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Worth Noting

Scam workshop to
protect seniors
Chief Financial Officer Jeff
Atwater's Department of Financial
Services, in partnership with the
Office of Financial Regulation
and the Bradford County Sheriff's
Office, is holding a free workshop
for seniors, their 'families and
their caregivers. Called Be Scam
Smart, the workshop will teach
attendees how to spot a scam, how
scams work, and steps they can
take to protect themselves.
The Be Scam Smart workshop
will be held at the Bradford
County School Board Meeting
Room in Starke on Thursday,
Aug. 22, from 10 to 11:30 a.m.
The workshops are part of
an initiative launched last year
to educate seniors on specific
financial topics such as annuities,
identity theft, reverse mortgages
and long-term care insurance.
Operation S.A.F.E. focuses on
frauds and scams, such as fake
lotteries and repair scams, and
how these scams work on the
psyche to convince seniors to take
a chance on something that is too
good.to be true.
Registration will also be open
one hour prior to the workshop.



Bradford DEC invites
city candidates to speak
SThe Bradford County
Democratic Executive Committee
will meet Monday, Aug. 26, at 7
p.m. at the RJE cafeteria. All city
candidates of Starke have been
invited to attend and to speak to
the group. The public is invited.
After the candidates speak
there will be an opportunity to
ask questions of the candidates.
Other items on the agenda of
the. DEC monthly meeting are
the RJE homecoming parade and
the October Florida Democratic
Conference.
The Bradford DEC represents
the Democratic voters of Bradford
County. There are currently
"openings for committeemen
or committeewomen in some
precincts. For further information
about being a precinct
representative or about the DEC,
contact DEC Chair Judy Becker at
904-782-3502..




Get involved with
Girl Scouts
'Girl Scouting encourages a
sense of connection to community
and reinforces positive role
models for girls. New troops are
currently being developed in
Bradford and Union counties, and
there are immediate opportunities
for leaders and adult volunteers in
your community.
It all starts with the troop
leader, yet there are many
other opportunities for
adult involvement, such as
mentoring programs, event
coordination, career exploration,
communications, training and
assisting girls with community
service projects.
If you are interested in
developing a new troop or
serving as an adult volunteer,
your call is welcomed. For more
information, contact Sandra
Caslow, membership specialist for
Girl Scouts of Gateway Council,
at 352-376-3004 or toll free at
866-868-6307, or via email at
scaslow@girlscouts-gateway.org.
Visit Girl Scouts on the Web at
www.giriscouts-gateway.org.


Ricky Thompson


Tommy Chastain


Choices: Starke candidates want your.vote


Starke's city election is coming up on
Tuesday, Sept. 3. This week, candidates
for the three offices up fyr election-
city commissioner of District 4, city
clerk and police chief-were given the
opportunity to answer a handful of
questions about their qualifications,
goals and vision for the city. Most
embraced the opportunity, and their
responses are presented here.
For each office up for election, there
is arit incumbent who wishes to hold
onto their position and a challenger
who believes they could do a better job.
Only candidates from District 4 will
vote on their commissioner, but voters
citywide will be selecting a city clerk
and police chief. Votes have already
been coming in via absentee ballot, but


most voters will head to city hall on
SSept. 3, where the polls will be open
from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Not responding to the following
questions were City Clerk Linda Johns
and Police Chief Jeff Johnson. Johnson
submitted a one-page letter that did
not follow the question and answer
Format and did not address all of the
questions asked. He was given another
opportunity to submit his answers, but
instead he submitted the letter a second
time.
Out of' fairness to the candidates
who followed the format and regard for
our policy against running letters from
political candidates, Johnson's letter is
not being reprinted here.


* Ricky Thompson,
candidate for city clerk
My name is Ricky Thompson, I am
a lifelong citizen of Bradford County
currently residing at 301 E. Call St.,
Starke, Florida. My immediate family
resides in Bradford County as well.
I am a 1975 Bradford High School
graduate. I recently retired from the
city of Starke with 27 years total
service to the citizens of Starke.
I began employment with the city
of Starke in 1984 as a mechanic in the
power plant. In 1986, I was promoted
to the power systems coordinator
position and held that position until
1999. In 1999, I was again promoted
to the position of project director


Graham returns to the district she loves
BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor .'. -


The first day of school is almost
universally exciting, but it is many
times more so this year for Lisa
Graham who has returned to the
Bradford County School District. as
principal of Southside Elementary.
Graham is thrilled to be working
in Bradford County again, a place
she loves for its people and the
relationships she developed here for
more than 20 years in its education
system.
She was involuntarily separated
from the district when she was in
charge of the high school, a loss that
was all the more painful because of
the progress she felt was being made
when she was replaced. But the current
superintendent, Chad Farnsworth,
wasted no time bringing her back to
the district when he needed someone
to lead Southside.
It is actually a first for Graham. For
all of her experience at the secondary
level, in career-tech and in alternative
education-she's even a school board
member in Clay County-this is the



Responders

exercise

their skills
BY WENDY RUSSELL
Bradford County Emergency
Management
On Aug. 13, Bradford County
Emergency Management ,in
conjunction with Sheriff Gordon
Smith and his deputies, Emergency
Medical Services, Starke Police
Department, Starke Fire-Rescue and
the Florida Highway Patrol conducted
an active shooter exercise at Bradford
Middle School.
Also participating in the exercise
were personnel from the middle
school: Principal Earnest Williams,
Assistant Principal Mallory


In the center with the shades, Principal Lisa Graham poses with
staff from Southside Elementary School at the district's back-to-
school vendor fair. Photo courtesy of Bradford County School
District.


first time she is an administrator at an
elementary school.


See GRAHAM, 2A


Bradford County Sheriff's Office Special Response Team members
enter the middle school during active shooter drill.


McConnell and several middle school
teachers along with LPN students
from the Bradford-Union Technical
Center. In addition, the Bradford


County Sheriff's Explorers and other
volunteers acted as injured students,

See RESPOND, 4A


and held that position until 2006. In
2006, I was appointed by the Starke
city commissioners to serve as city
operations manager until my retirement
in 2012.
I am currently the owner of the
Downtown Grill located on Call Street
in downtown Starke.

Why are you seeking this office?
I believe there are many changes that
need to be made to improve the level of
service to ourcitizens. These changes
could have been made years ago,
such as an online utility bill payment
option. This would allow our citizens
the option of paying their utility bill

See VOTE, 3A


.Lawtey


boy injured


by ATV

BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor
An 8-year-old boy from Lawtey was
seriously injured in an ATV accident
on the morning of Aug. 16.
According to the Florida Highway
Patrol report, Reece A. Barber was
driving the four-wheeler on private
property located near Northwest 381h
Avenue and Northwest 233 Street. The
ATV flipped as the boy attempted to
turn, and it rolled over him, causing
serious upper body injuries.
Bradford County EMS transported
him to Shands at UF for treatment.
The ATV Safety Institute has
several golden rules for operating
ATVs, including:
Always wear a DOT-compliant
helmet, goggles, long sleeves, long:
pants, over-the-ankle boots and
gloves.
Never ride on paved roads except to
cross when done safely.and permitted:
by law-another vehicle could hit you.:
ATVs are designed to be operated off-
highway.
Never ride under the influence of
alcohol or drugs.
Never carry a passenger on a
single-rider ATV, and no more than
one passenger on an ATV specifically
designed for two people.
Ride an ATV that's right for your
age.
Supervise riders younger than 16;
ATVs are not toys.
Ride only on designated trails and
at a safe speed.
Take an ATV driver safety course.
More information on ATV safety,
including games and videos, is
available online through 4-H at www.
atv-youth.org.


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iA BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, AUG. 22, 2013


Getting a head start on college and care


Price tag blocking shelter improvements


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
S Telegraph Editor
T, After asking the county
commission to begin considering
A new animal control facility this
past May, Sheriff Gordon Smith
has presented an estimated price,
and,it's a hefty one.
Smith presented the plans
drawn by Dale Haas to several
contractors who told him the
facility would cost around
$650,000 to construct.
"It's not a cheap venture. It's a
very expensive venture, but now
we know what we've got to work
toward in the future'" Smith said.
'The design is based off of the
facility constructed 'by Baker
County. The drawings show
office and storage space at the
front of the building, and more
than 30 kennels at the back of
the building, each having split
indoor and outdoor space.
That's just the surface. It is
how the building must be built
with health and safety in mind
That is driving the cost up. It also
has to have its own septic system,
since Smith said even if located
in city limits, they',von't be able
to clean out the animal waste and
flush it into the municipal sewer
system.
They tried to cut back the
scale, he said, but between the
plumbing, the concrete, the


GRAHAM
Continued from 1A
u ,Whatever,,the differences, the
primary -responsibilities Fare the
same, including helping teachers
get the support and professional
,development they need to meet
academic goals, and working
to keep parents involved in the
education of their children.
' Graham and the other new
and familiar faces at Sowthside
met with students and parents.
Jast week, and she was pleased
to find everyone welcoming and
excited about the future.
The campus has stayed busy
over the summer, thanks to the
construction of a new roof and
other maintenance projects, as
.well as the landscaping work
provided by the Department
:of Corrections, which Graham
couldn't praise highly enough for
the labor and cost savings they
provide to the school district.
Hard work and generosity are
also helping provide another
important improvement. The
school's parent association,
student council and Stark6
Rotary have all contributed to
-the purchase of a new, sound
system. Working with the same
vendor who is providing the
new system at the high school
auditorium, the audio setup will
bring massive improvement to
school events and performances,
musical and otherwise.
Graham is enthusiastic about
another possibility-bringing
back an after-school program to
Southside.-She said she would
know in a few weeks if it's


cages, the cost adds up.
"It's not like were just putting
up a steel building," Smith said.
The location of the new facility
hasn't been decided, but if it
is not built on land the county
already owns, that, toowill add
to the price.
The current animal control
site is in poor shape and .is
deteriorating faster than it.can
be improved, according to the
sheriff. Among the issues is the
repeated flooding of the building
during heavy rains, made even
nastier when the city's sewer
facility spills additional waste
that has to be cleaned up.They
also fight to keep the animals
comfortable in Florida's
unpredictable climate. One day
-they get everything covered to
protect the animals from freezing,
temperatures, and then the next it
is sweltering again.
"It's a dilemma," Smith said.
Commissioners had questions
about, the cost. Commissioner
Ross Chandler wanted to know
if a new facility would reduce
operational costs, and the sheriff
said he didn't think so. The
county is fortunate to have a
lot donated in the way of food,
supplies and veterinary services,
he said. Commission Chairman
Doyle Thomas asked about
contracting with another county
for animal control services, and


possible. Of course, there's no
longer a Bradford County branch
of the YMCA,so they will have
to work with a branch from
outside,,the. area,. bt ,the .gqalis
still to provide Southsidestudents
wit)h academic reinforcement
and recreational opportunities.
The cost will be based on a
sliding scale and determined by
a family's need.
Education is in Graham's
blood, but an affinity in public
relations must 'be' genetic as
well. She has a degree in it, and
it's now her son Brian's job as
community relations coordinator


Smith said that was tried, but it
proved too costly.
Commissioner Eddie Lewis
wanted to know what percentage
of animals were coming from
inside the city limits of Starke.
The sheriff said it could be
tough to track because animals
are also taken directly to animal
control, but the nearest guess is
40 percent or more.
"What happens is a lot of
people get them and they can't
take care of them. It's sad," he
said. People also bring entire
litters of puppies and kittens, he
addes. .
Smith said because of the
frequent questions he receives,
he wants the public to know the
county hasn't stopped working
on this issue. Still, he admitted
he didn't know where Bradford
County was going to get the
money to build the facility.
S If nothing else, he said,
knowing the approximate cost
could help the sheriff's office
obtain grant funding or funding
from the state since project cost
is one of the first questions asked.
"I think we can do better, but
I don't know how to do it at this
cost," Smith said.
The county will continue to
research its options with the help
of a committee that will include
Smith, Thomas and others.


to tout the successes of the local
education system.
It's not the only thing they
have in common. Having worked
for both-the sheriff's office and
the school district. Graham said
Brian has come to share her
love for Bradford County and its
families.
The next great opportunity
to, become acquainted or
'reacquainted with Graham will
be at Southside's open house on
Monday, Sept. 16, beginning at
6 p.m., but she affirmed that her
door would always be open to
parents.


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These students learned a lot about technology
in the IT academy at Bradford Middle School
and proved it by passing their exam, but that's
not all. Their work at successfully completing
the course earned them college credit before
they had even entered high school. That credit
will be waiting for them at Santa Fe College or
it can be transferred to wherever their studies
lead them. Pictured are (front-back, left-right)
Sarah Hirsch, Changte McCray, Zach Windle,
Jacob Patray, Shania Fainey, Alexus Carter,
Faith-Keturah Anderson and instructor Sulina
Mackey.



The school board also recognized Keith
Ardley, one of the students who earned a
perfect FCAT score. Keith excelled on the
portion of the test.


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ELECTION


I, Travis V. Woods, Mayor-Commissioner of the City of Starke, Florida, by
virtue of the authority vested in me by law, do hereby call for a General Election to
be held at the City Hall in the aforesaid city of qualified voters on Tuesday,
September 03, 2013, A.D., from 7:00 amin. to 7:00 p.m. for the purpose of electing
the following officials:


1. CITY CLERK
2. CITY POLICE CHIEF
3. CITY COMMISSIONER DISTRICT 4

INSPECTORS for the first primary election are as follows:


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THURSDAY, AUG. 22, 2013 BRADFORD CouNTY TELEGRAPH


VOTE
Continued from 1A
online instead of mailing (cost
Sfor stamp), or physically driving
to city hall and paying in person.
One of the advantages to
paying online is this would
help the city with its cash flow
problem.
Another change I would like to
see put in place is the city budget
being put online for greater
governmental transparency.
After all it is our taxpayers'
money being spent and I feel the
citizens have the right to review
"the budget anytime they wish.
I would like to tackle the
pension system head on and find
ways to lower the cost without
having to give up any benefits.
I would like to investigate the
possibility of debt restructure
to save revenue. I would like
to ensure that everyone who
visits city hall is treated equally
and fairly, and given the best
Customer service possible. These
are just a few of the many ideas
and changes I have planned if
elected.

Why are you the most
qualified candidate to hold
this position?
I believe my 27 plus years
of service to the city of Starke
citizens in the utility system,
many years, of supervisory
experience with city staff, many
projects completed. for the
betterment of the city, overall
budget experience in the utility
department ($12 million), my


strong desire to help the city
move forward and not being
satisfied with status quo. and my
excellent rapport with citizens.
city commissioners and city
employees. 1 am not afraid of
work and if elected will not rest
until the changes I have in mind
are implemented.

The city commission is
contemplating a multiyear
contract to have traffic
light cameras installed
throughout the city. What
is your position on these
cameras?
I personally do not believe
the city of Starke needs red light
cameras. Very little information
(statistics) has been given
concerning the safety aspect of
operating these cameras. When
you hear how little revenue the
city of Starke would receive from
each ticket and weigh the cost for
the system, including the liability
associated with red light cameras
being in place, it just does not
make sense for the city of Starke
to pursue this matter any further.

The city struggles to cover
its costs and is unable to
plan adequately for the
future, including for future
capital costs. What steps
should be taken to put
the city on better financial
footing?'
As a business owner, I
must carefully plan for future.
improvements relative to the
operation and maintenance of
the building, equipment .and
furnishings. To be able to fund


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these improvements, I must set
aside a percentage of incoming
revenue and not use these funds
for anything else. I believe the
city must set aside a percentage
of funds strictly for capital
improvements and spend these
funds accordingly.
The city of Starke is
considering rate increases in the
water and sewer system. I believe
that before any action is taken
the commission should look
at reducing cost in the general
government area.

Would you grow or
shrink the size of
your department/city
government and in what
ways?
If elected to the office of
Starke city clerk, I would not
downsize that office as I believe
it is at least two positions short
at this time I would not want to
affect the level of service to our
customers by being understaffed.
The city of Starke should
operate like any business and
keep their customers happy at all
times,and to accomplish that you
must have the correct number of
qualified employees.

In what way(s) could your
office/position be of greater
service to the public?
If elected city clerk, I would
strive to- ensure .that citizens
receive prompt and friendly
service at all times by cross
training finance and billing
employees to handle all task
when needed.


What is the role of the.
Office you seek in helping
R -a'-^,.: S.. the city attract business,
Development and jobs?


The city clerk is responsible for
finance and billing and serves as
secretary to the city commission.
I would offer any ideas to the
commission that would help get
new business located in Starke
and would be willing to serve on
any board tasked with attracting
business to, our city.

Why would someone want
to come to live or start a
business in Starke? What
are some problems (real or
perceived) you would like
to help solve?
As a business owner in
do(% nio% n Starke, I can tell you
'the 'citizens' Trif this" community
are friendly and are willing to
support local business. They are
not only our.customers, they are
our friends.
There has -been much
discussion in the past concerning
utility rates being high, mainly
electric. As a business owner my,
utility bill consists of electric,
water; wastewater and garbage.


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Many adults don't realize they still
need protection against vaccine-
preventable diseases. But vaccines
are not just for kids. Adults still need
certain vaccines,'both to protect
themselves and their loved ones.
Even healthy adults
can become seriously
ill, and can pass illness
on to others. .
Immunization is
especially important
fpr older adults, and
for those who have a ,
chronic condition such
as asthma, COPD,
diabetes or heart
disease.
Immunization is also important for


The vaccines adults need change
as they grow older. Everyone age 6
months and older should have a flu
vaccine every year. And every adult
should get the Tdap vaccine once to
protect against pertussis (whooping
cough), and then a Td
S(tetanus, diphtheria)
booster every 10
: years. Other vaccines
for adults shingles,
pneumococcal,
hepatitis, HPV
Depend on one's age,.
occupation, travel,
risk factors and health
status.
Immunizations can
be received at either location
Monday through Fri-day from 8AM-
11AM and 1PM-4PM.


When you consider the city
of Starke is a full-service city
and compare our rates to sister
cities (not co-op or investor-
owned utilities that provide only
electric) our rates are right in line
and fair.

Members of the community
are currently involved in
imagining what the city
could be 10 years from
now. What is your vision
for the city?
With the Highway 301 by-pass
on the horizon, we must plan
for the loss of revenue from the
reduction of motorists passing
through every day frequenting
our hotels, convenience stores/
gas stations, stores/shops and
restaurants, or search for ways
to make someone want to take
the exit that leads to our city. I'm
sure if we try hard enough we
will find ways to attract people
to our great city. Starke will
survive!

Tommy Chastain,
candidate for city
commission
My dad's parents were both
Bradford County commissioners
in the 1940s thru 1970s. My
grandfather died while in office
-and my grandmother, -Jessie
Chastain, was appointed in 1949
to fill his seat. She -then ran
for office and served until her
retirement in 1979. These genes
flow in my system, too.
I enjoy being a public servant
having the opportunity to
represent the citizens of Starke.
I attended Bradford High School,
Santa Fe Junior College, and
FSU. My wife, Evelyn, and I
have two daughters who grew up
in Starke. Erica and her family
live in Jacksonville, and Alisoh
lives in Starke with her family.

Why ar you seeking this
office?
To have input into the growth
and direction the city of Starke
takes for future generations.

Why are you the most
qualified candidate to hold
this position?
The last eight years I have
spent countless hours studying
the business model of the city
giving me historical background
on wheree'we've-been and: where
we're going. Utilities, also known
as the enterprise fund, fund the
majority of city government.
Without it the city could not exist
at the level it does today. We need
to look at alternatives to combine
services and redirect funds into
reserves for future upgrades or
other expansions.


The city commission is
contemplating a multiyear
contract to have traffic
light cameras installed
throughout the city. What
is your position on these
cameras?
Before my recent vote on
traffic light cameras. I went door
to door in District 4 and found
one hundred families at home.
Applying one vote per household
to the question, "Do you want
red light cameras in the city?"
the majority answered, "No," so
that was my vote after my door-
to-door survey of constituents.

The city struggles to cover
its costs and is unable to
plan adequately for the
future, including for future
capital costs. What steps
should be taken to put
the city on better financial
footing?
The city is a $12 million
a year business that has had
difficult times like many other
F businesses in this economic
downturn during the past five
years. We need to stop pulling
all funds from the utilities
budget for general government
expenses. We have downsized
the money making part of our
business, utilities, but have not
looked at reducing our cost of
service on the general side of
the budget. The time is near,that
services to the customer must go
down or costs to the customer
will be forced up. Until the city
commission makes that decision,
we will struggle in the future.

Would you grow or
shrink the size of
your department/city
government and in what
ways?
Utilities are the major revenue
source of the city. Our population
is not growing to generate more
money while keeping our rates
the same. Our population is
actually declining. The, number
of employees in the utilities
department has decreased, too,
but not the number of employees
in the general government. We
need to lower our general budget
expenses.

In what way(s) could your
office/position be of greater
service to the-public? .
I am available by phone, email
orface to face. Frequently I have
reached out to the people I work
for by going'-door to door for
their opinion on matters that are
to come before the commission.
This allows me to fairly represent
their position.


Mrs. Totura Scores TKO

on City Council
When Jacquelyn Totura was overcharged by the city and
disputed the amount owed on her utility bill, this excerpt
from an article* appeared in the Bradford County Telegraph
on December 22,1988:
"Mrs. Totura maintained her
composure during the exchange,
and was quite professional in
relating the chain of events
leading to the meeting."
-Article by Buster Rahn
Bradford County Telegraph University of Florida Digital Colection'
She proved her case and got her money refunded too.
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on September 3rd
"Let me be your voice at City Hall"
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FOR STARKE CITY COMMISSION, DISTRICT 4.


What Is the role of the
office you seek in helping
the city attract business,
development and Jobs?
A willingness to negotiate'
with prospective businesses
considering Starke. For.
example, the city commission
currently has a moratorium:
on impact fees to attract new:
businesses, development and job
opportunities.

Why would someone want
to come to live or start a
business in Starke? What
are some problems (real or
perceived) you would like
to help solve?
The Starke charm that you
only understand from living
here. A small town setting
where neighbors watch out for
neighbors. We have worked to
control our electric rates in recent
years. We now have' historical
data to show new businesses
considering Starke how Starke
rates compare to other cities of
our size.

Members of the community
are currently Involved In
Imagining what the city
could be 10 years from
now. What Is your vision
for the city?
I attended all three sessions
of Envision Bradford 2023.
My vision includes the city of
Starke and Bradford' County
Commission coming together
with a common agenda to make
our county, and city grow for the
next generation to come. A team
effort for the taxpayers of our
city and county.

Jacquelyn Totura,
candidate for city
commission
My name is Jacquelyn Totura.
I am a proud candidate for Starke
City Commission, District 4, and
humbly ask for your vote.
I grew up in Florida and
was educated in the Florida
public school system. I studied
business at PIBJC and presently
hold two professional licenses
with the Florida Department of
Professional Regulations.
My husband, John Totura, and
I were married in our home at
200 E. Adkins St. on Feb. 14,.
1987, ,and, have one. child, two
grandchildren" and one great-
grandchild all living close to this
area.
My husband and I own and
operate our paint and body shop,
real estate brokerage office and
family hair salon on U.S. 301
South. Over the yearsI developed
a method of debt elimination that
worked so well that I now live a
debt-free lifestyle. I would like to
introduce this system to our city
government and encourage its
implementation.
Community service has always
been important to me and I have
enjoyed every hour donated to
the many projects and events that
I have sponsored over the past 25
years, especially those working
with the youth in our community.

Why are you seeking this
office?
I love "this community' and
feel it my civic duty to offer my
expertise, ability and services.
to the .residents of District 4
for consideration as' their city
commissioner.

Why are you the most
qualified candidate to hold
this position?
My background in business
and investment experience as a
businesswoman, coupled with
my knowledge of the 'real estate
and 'investment industry .and
understanding of local issues
make me uniquely qualified
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4A BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH bIURSDAY, AUG. 22, 2013


Envision project nears its goal


SBY MARY W. BRIDGMAN
; Special to the Telegraph
S Envision Bradford 2023, a
: newly established independent
2 initiative to bring jobs to
7. Bradford County, continued
With an impressive turnout of
; 68 attendees Aug. 7 for its third
Session at the Gov. Charley Johns
: Conference Center.
S The project is facilitated by
SSanta Fe College and moderated
: by its president, Dr. Jackson
SSasser, who has stressed the
: importance of building upon the
;; economic, cultural and social
Assets of Bradford County with
Sides that are fresh, innovative
: and agreeable to its citizens.
: "We are right on the precipice
2 of accomplishing what we set out
to do;" said Sasser.
The group again heard
from Wes Jurey, president and
CEO of the Arlington (Texas)
Chamber of Commerce/Center
Sfor. Innovation, who returned to
provide guidance to the effort.
Jurey stressed that everyone is
critical to the implementation
of goals that the group develops,
noting it could not depend on
"some mysterious- group called
S'they.'"
Following Jirey's remarks,
attendees returned to working
groups established at the initial
Envision Bradford 2023 meeting
on June 11: technology/economic
development; public education;
higher education; workforce
development; housing; health
Scare; public safety; and mobility/
infrastructure.
Each group was asked to
i narrow its list of five critical
issues developed during the




RESPOND
.Continued from lA

S and many school bus drivers
as frantic and panic-stricken
parents.
The exercise began with the
presence of two intruders inside
,, the school randomly shooting,
followed, by an immediate
: lockdown of the school campus.
SIn turn, law enforcement
personnel including the county's
Special Response Team, arrived
;.on scene to control the situation
.. and secure the premises.
S:.. Once the "suspects" were
.. identified and incapacitated,
,medical personnel and rescue
units arrived on scene to tend
to the wounded, followed by
law enforcement. completing
an evacuation of the building.
[ he exercise ended with all
Participants gathered in the
middle school cafeteria for a
S "hot wash" where everyone had
a chance to discuss the lessons
learned, positive outcomes
S alid what areas may' need to be
improved upon.
The exercise successfully
tested many aspects of what
S could arise should a true active


Steven Yeauger


Yeauger earns
nursing degree
Steven Yeauger, a 2010,
Bradford High School graduate,
received his associate's degree
in nursing from Santa Fe
College during the June 2013
commencement exercises.
Yeaugeri ,also: passed the
.National Council Licensure
Examination, Registered Nurse.
Hb has secured a full-time RN
position at UF Health Shands
Hospital in Gainesville in the
intensive care unit. '
Yeauger has a big heart for
Patients and loves his career. He
Splfan to further his education
Sand pursue a. master's degree in
.nursing.


Santa Fe College President
Jackson Sasser

second Envision Bradford 2023
meeting on July 15 to three,
rank them in priority order, and
suggest leadership, stakeholders,
and champions for each.
A representative of each small
group reported to the larger
group following lunch, sounding
familiar themes mentioned at
earlier meetings, including needs
for improved Internet access;
readiness for the U.S. 301 bypass;
training programs for jobs that
exist now; increased awareness
of health and other resources,
currently available in the county;
and city and county coordination
and cooperation.
Special guest Ed Poppell,
who retired from the University
of Florida in 2011 after a 40-
year career in administration,
addressed the larger group
following small-group report-
outs. ,
"Change will come. Are you
going to be ready for it? People
won't come do this again.
Don't let them down. It takes
everybody to take ownership,"


shooter event occur in a local
school, such as interagency
communication issues, personnel
safety, perimeter control and
general public safety.
No live ammunition or loaded
weapons were used during
the exercise, only controlled,
simulated ammunition.
Director of Emergency
Management Brian Johns said,
"Today was the hottest day so
far this year, with temperatures
above 95 degrees making it
extremely Uncomfortable for our
participants;'We'cafl't change the
weather but we can change the
outcome should such a horrific
event occur within our school
system. It is imperative that we


Poppell said. Emphasizing the
need to be aware of the county's
image and the perception others
have of the community, Poppell
said people know more about the
area than one might expect when
they arrive..
Following Poppell's remarks,
Sasser introduced three members
of the Santa Fe College District
Board of Trustees. Arley McRae,
is chair of the board. McRae,
who retired from the United
States Air Force as a full colonel,
has served on the board since
1999. Caridad "Carrie" Lee, a
Gainesville businesswoman-who
has served on the board since
2012, praised Bradford County
as Alachua County's "greatest
neighbor." Lisa Prevatt, assistant
superintendent for the Bradford
County School District since
2007, was also appointed to the
Santa Fe Board in 2012.
Saying "the potential for
growth in our county is so
exciting'," she encouraged the
group to "keep the best here and
grow and develop."
At its final meeting on Sept.
10, Envision Bradford 2023 will
present a report to the community
with its recommendations.
The Envision Bradford 2023
planning process is open to
Bradford County residents
or others who own property
or businesses the county.
Approved representatives
of agencies that can provide
technical observations to the
group may also participate. All
RSVPs for the Sept. 10 session
should be sent to cathy.mott@
sfcollege.edu. There is no charge
for the session.


learn to recognize the dangers
of a stranger on campus and
practice lockdown procedures."
"The exercise was a great
success. It is important to have
this type of training in the event
that such an unfortunate incident
should, occur'," said Bradford
County Sheriff's Office Chief
of Staff Capt. Eddie Boatwright.
"The opportunity to train with
other agencies is beneficial in
becoming familiar with their
capabilities and expectations."
The Bradfoird 'County,
Emergency Management
Department obtained financing
through a Department of
Homeland Security State Grant
to fhnfid this' exercise.


As we say goodbye to a summer full of events at the Bradford
County Public Library, we send a BIG THANK YOU to all of the
attendees who shared in the laughter with us. We all had a great time!
The support of our sponsors allowed us to offer prizes for games,
give awesome rewards to readers, and bring entertaining performers
to Starke who reminded everyone how fun reading and learning can
be. We would like to express our deepest gratitude to the following:


Altrusa Club
Bradford County Telegraph
Capital City Bank
Cato Fashions
Mark Fitzgerald, Coffee News
Community State Bank
Davis Express, Inc.
Dick's Wings
Florida Twin Theatre
Friends of the Bradford County
Public Library
Kiwanis Club


Lisa and Linda Tatum
Lisa of Say I Do Bridal
Little Caesars
McDonald's
Mosley Tire Company
SRotary Club
Sonny's Real Pit Bar-B-Q
Taco Bell
Tatum Brothers
The ARC of Bradford County
Victor Spangler
Walmart


special thank you to Lee Sparks, Mark Crawford, and Cheryl
Canova. Your continued efforts to support the Bradford
County Public Library and the community are appreciated!



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BY DAN HILDEBRAN
Monitor Editor
The CEO of DuPont said
last month that the company
may sell off its performance
chemical division, which
operates feedstock mines for
titanium dioxide in Camp
Blanding, Highlands, Clay Hill
and Maxville.
Ellen J. Kullman said that
even though titanium dioxide
sales remain strong, the market
is volatile and that she wants the
company to invest in businesses
that can capitalize on DuPont's
edge in scientific innovation.
"DuPont has always embraced
change'," Kullman said during
a conference call in July. "As
a science company driven
by innovation, we are always
looking around the next corner."
"We have' been carefully
weighing the strong cash
generation of our performance
chemicals businesses against
their cyclical ity and lower
growth profile, as well as where
the power of DuPont's integrated
science can be differentiated,"
she added. "We are evaluating


options for our performance
chemicals businesses as part
of our ongoing plan to deliver
higher growth and greater value
creation for our shareholders."
Even before Kullman's election
as CEO in 2009, the company
had been shedding some of its
most well-known brands.
In 2004, the company sold
its textile business to Koch
Industries. That business unit
produced such well-known
products as Dacron polyester,
Lycra spandex, Antron nylon and
SOrion acrylic.
Last year DuPont sold its
performance coatings division,
a market leader in automotive
paints with over 11,000
employees, to the Carlyle Group
for $4.9 billion.
At the same time the company
has invested in agricultural
biotechnology. In 2011, it
acquired the Danish biotech
company Danicso.
During the July conference
call to investors, Kullman
blamed sluggish demand and soft
pricing of titanium dioxide for a
12-percent decline in second


quarter earnings.
Titanium dioxide. is widely
known as TiO2 and is marketed
by DuPont under the brand Ti-
Pure. Manufacturers use it as
a whitening pigment for a wide
variety of products. DuPont
sources the compound ,from
ilmenite, which is found in
a 19-by-l-mile deposit along
Florida's trail ridge near the
Bradford-Clay county line.
DuPont also mines other
titanium dioxide feedstocks,
including natural rutile and
anatase around the world.
In 2011, the company became
the leading producer of TiO2
in the world. During that same
year, prices for the compound
peaked but dropped in 2012 and
continued to weaken in 2013.
DuPont began production of its
ilmenite mine at Camp Blanding
in May 1949. Humphrey's Gold
Corporation operated the mine
as a contractor for DuPont in its
first years. The company pays
the Florida Armory Board a
royalty based on each ore taken
from the Camp Blanding mine.


Bradford County School District's

Annual Report

1. Any revisions to the district school board's policy on student retention and promotion
fromin the prior year.

9h- -11th grade students completing Algebra I or Algebra IB must take and pass the EOC
to graduate. For the 9h grade cohort, the EOC results will also count 30 percent of the
final course grade.

Students completing Geometry; Biology, integrated Science 3 and U.S. History during
must take EOC. The results will be 30% of the final course grade.

BMS students taking aty high school courses for credit must take and pass any
assessments in accordance with state or district guidelines to receive high school credit.


ACCELERATION OPTIONS

Each high school shall advise each student of courses through which a high school.
student can earn college credit, including Advanced Placement, International
Baccalaureate, Advanced Iinternational Certificate of Education, dual enrollment, early
admission, and career academy courses, and courses that lead to industry certification, as
well as the availability of course oflferings through virtual instruction. Students shall also
be advised of the early and graduation options under s. ss. 1471 1003.4281.

ELIMINATION of ACCELERATED THREE YEAR GRADUATION OPTIONS

While this option has been eliminated, any student who selected and is participating in
an accelerated high school graduation option under s. 1003,429, Florida Statutes, before
July 1, 2013,, may continue that option, and all statutory program requirements of the
accelerated high school option shall remain applicable to the student as long as the
student continues participation in the option.

This is replaced with an 18 Credit Option for entering 9th graders called ACCEL
AWARD OF A STANDARD DIPLOMA.

For more information contact the guidance department at Bradford High and Bradford
Middle School.

2. By grade, the number and percentage of all students in grades 3 through 10
performing at Levels I and 2 on the reading portion of the FCAT.


Grade Total Number Percentage Number Percentage Number Percent
Number Level 1 Level 1. Level 2 Level 2 scoring scoring
Tested at at
Levels Levels
I_____land2 l1and2
3rd 228 41 18 80 35 121 53
4t' 206 43 21 66 32. 109 53.
53' 243 46 19 66 27 112 46
6w 241 77 32 80 33 157 65
7 214 56 26 71 33 127 59
8t 243 85 35 66 27 151 62
9th 207 50- 24 72 35 122 59
f107 194 41 21 66 34 107 55

3. By grade, the number andpercentage of all students retained in grades 3 through 10.

Grade Number Percentage
3"' 17 7.45
0'. __00 0
5th 0 0
6_' __ ___12 4.97
7" 13 6.07
8g 57 23:45
90 1 0.48
IOI 4 "2.06

4. Information on the total number of students who were promoted for good cause, by
each category ofgood cause as specified in paragraph (6) (b).;


Good Cause


Promotions


Students with Disabilities not Tested on 0
FCAT per IEP
ELL/LEP students with less than 2 years in 0
ESOL
Students Passing Alternate Assessment, 11

Students Demonstrting Proficiency 1
through Portfolio 4
Students with Disabilities Retained Once 15
with 2+ years of Remediation -
Students retained Twice with 2 or More 0
Years of Remediation
Total Promoted with Cause .27


4A


BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH 4 THURSDAY, AUG. 22, 2013






THURSDAY, AUG. 22, 2013 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH 5A


I ~ A5~7ro~s the 4ard etc Fa~cce


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


/ The summer tomato-growing
U season is over, but you may be
wondering why some of them split
while they're still on the vine. I've M
certainly eaten plenty of homegrown l^ G
tomatoes that were less than perfect, -
including some with splits. Splits allow
insects and other pests easier access to
the fruit, and no one wants to cut into
a tomato and find an uninvited guest
inside.
A split in a tomato's skin is the result Fll
of large variations in soil moisture.,
They're common when heavy rain or irrigation
follows a dry spell. Keep the plant's soil mulched
and water regularly throughout the summer
growing season so that it stays consistently
moist. If heavy rain is in the forecast, pick ripe
and nearly ripe tomatoes before it pours.
Why do some of my perennials get leaf scorch
even when they get plenty of water? Leaves that


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has received a grant from Lowe's
to landscape and paint the school,
install new blinds and create
a storybook garden. Students,
parents and community members
are needed to join the school
and volunteers from Lowe's to
complete the work during the
Project Day scheduled for this
".: Saturday, Aug. 24, beginning at
;7 a'.m.


turn brown and crispy on
their tips or edges during
the hot summer months
may be getting more heat
or sunlight than they can
tolerate, regardless of
how much you water
them.
I recently had this
problem with a tropical
houseplant that I thought
would handle our warm
climate well. The plant,


Mary W. Bridgman


SAASTER a monstera,
AR.ENER sometimes mistakenly called split leaf
philodendron, is a climbing evergreen
with large, dark green leaves that have
_' deeply incised margins and holes in
Sthe blades. Although it can take warm
% temperatures, it can't tolerate the sun.
'LivRsiTo I think the problem was compounded
WL ODA because my plant had been kept indoors
for a number of years. It burned within
the first few hours that I placed it outside.
Scorch can occur during unusually hot
summers, but if you see it affecting a plant year
after year, you probably need to find a shadier
spot for it or consider taking it inside.
Source: Better Homes and Gardens Magazine,
July 2013.


Lunch will be provided at
11:30 a.m. by the school's parent-
teacher organization.

Open
houses set
There will be an open house
for families at Bradford Middle
School on Thursday, Sept. 12,
at 6:30 p.m. beginning in the
gymnasium.
The BHS open house will
be Tuesday, Sept. 10, at 6:30
p.m. beginning in the school
auditorium. This will also be a
showcase for Bradford-Union
Technical Center programs,
which will be set up in the
school media center, including
agriculture, health, automotive,
construction, technology,
culinary arts, childhood
education, etc.
Lawtey Community School's
open house is set for Tuesday,
Aug. 27, at 6 p.m. Go to your
child's homeroom, then visit


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another classroom at 6:40 p.m.
Southside Elementary School
has an open house scheduled for
Monday, Sept. 10, from 6-7:30
p.m. Parents can meet with
teachers in their classrooms first,
and then proceed to the cafeteria
to meet with administrators.
The Rainbow Center open
house is scheduled for Tuesday,
Sept. 3, at 6 p.m.

Get your 2017
T-shirts
The Class of 2017 is selling
parent T-shirts for $10 as a
fundraiser. You may order your
shirt by seeing Nancy Odom at
Bradford High School. This is a
great way to show school spirit
and parent support at any school
event or activity. Parents make it
happen! Go Big Red!
Visit www.facebook.com/
EducateBradford.

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A Pledge You Can Count
My Pledge: ...
/ Find answers to your questions to a timely manner

V Remain accessible to discuss your concerns by !
phone or in person

/ Maintain a conservative spending approach by
monitoring the City budget


/ Make decisions that are in the best
interest of all Starke citizens


/ Tell it like it isl


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Pleasant Grove United
Methodist Church, C.R. 229
and 177"r Street, is welcoming
the community to its annex to
thank everyone for their years
of support. Free hamburgers
and hot dogs will be served.
The event is Saturday, Aug. 24,
from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
New Covenant Baptist
Ministries will be celebrating
Family and Friends Day
beginning on Friday, Aug. 23,
at 7 p.m. with a Gospel Talent
Night. On Sunday, Aug. 25,
at 11 a.m. Tuskegee Airman


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

Donate books,
help library
Bradford County Public
Library is accepting donations
of books for the annual book sale
that is taking place from Oct. 10-
12* It doesn't matter if the books
are hardback, paperback, fiction
or nonfiction, as long as they are
in good condition.
Proceeds from the sale benefit
the library.." .


in IChildren's programs
*I bring the magic
We have exciting news
for preschoolers! Children's
Storytime returns on Sept. 4!
Every Wednesday, Miss Misty
will be entertaining, educating
and encouraging children to
read.
Due to popular demand, the


Lawrence Stephens will
speak, and at 3 p.m. the Rev.
James Wilcox and Ebenezer
Missionary Baptist Church and
the Rev. Gary Slaughter and
Mt. Pisgah A.M.E. Church will
be in charge of the service.
The public is invited.
St. John Missionary Baptist
Church, C.R. 200B in Lawtey,
will celebrate its annual
deacon, deaconess, steward
and stewardess program on
Sunday, Aug. 25, at 4 p.m. The
speaker will be the Rev. Henry
Ortiz, pastor of Magnolia


program is scheduled for twice a
day. The morning session begins
at 10 a.m., and then at 1 p.m. it
will be repeated. Miss Misty has
magical things planned for the
children.
For the babies that we adore,
we have a lot in store, so don't
dismay, Baby Rhymetime is
on its way. Ms. Kim will be
stimulating the minds of little
ones, it will be so much fun!
Just remember, it's every Friday
morning at 11.

Learn computers
and finance
Registration for free basic
computer classes and finance
classes is now open.
Every Tuesday morning in
September starting at 10 'a.m.,
basic computer classes will be
taught at Bradford County Public
Library. Topics include basic
computer, Internet, email and
Microsoft Word.
On Tuesday afternoons in
September, classes for adults
who would like to learn about
banking,. credit, borrowing and
basic money management will
be offered. The personal finance
classes begin at 12:30 p.m. and
end at 2 p.m. Register by calling
904-368-3911 or in person at the
Bradford County Public Library.

The laughs are free
What- do Spencer Tracy;
Miltofn Berle, 'Sid Caesar, Buddy
Hackett, Ethel Merman, Mickey
Rooney and Jonathan Winters
all have in common? They are
all Hollywood stars who appear
in the comedy classic showing at
the library at 10 a.m. on Tuesday,
Sept. 17.
Enjoy cameo appearances by
Don Knotts, Jerry Lewis, the
Three Stooges and others. Find
out why this film was nominated
for six Oscars when you see
it with us on the big screen.
Refreshments provided.


Missionary Baptist Church of
Raiford. The public is invited.
Email the details of your
congregation's upcoming
special events to editor@
bctelegraph.com. DEADLINE
IS MONDAY AT 5 P.M.


School out early?
Head to the library
When school lets out early,
some parents get surly, but
never fear, BCPL is here. Every
month on early release days, our
children 8 to 14 have games to
play. We have two Xbox consoles
and one Wii, and fun games for
all three. The next early release
day in on Wednesday, Sept. 18.
The games will be ready to play
as soon as school ends for the
day.

Share your
favorite apps
Nowadays there seems to be
an app for everything. Wherever
you are, whatever you are doing,
there is an app waiting to help
yop.
Share your favorite apps and
learn about ones you haven't
discovered yet at Bradford
County Public Library's App
Show and Tell.
Teachers, this is a great
opportunity to share educational
tools with your peers. App Show
and Tell begins at 6 p.m. on
Monday, Sept. 16.

Trivia night
Feel like a champion of
knowledge at the BCPL Trivia
Night on Thursday, Sept. 26.
This is a team competition so
bringyour friends or come alone
and be placed on a team. Light
refreshments will. be served at
5:30 p.m. as we organize into
teams. The competition begins
at 6 p.m. and is expected to last
an hour.

Craft show will
warm your heart
Find heartwarming holiday
gifts for the special people in
your life, decorative items to
bring color to your holidays, and
useful housewares to deck out

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LIBRARY
Continued from 5A

your corner of the world at the
second annual craft show hosted
by the Friends of the Bradford
County Public Library.
Vendors from near and far
will be on hand with displays
of handcrafted items that you
are sure to enjoy. There will be
jewelry of every color, purses
to suit every personality, baby
items that bring comfort, jellies
to spread on your morning toast,
and so much more!
While you're browsing, you
can stop by and check out
the Camp Blanding Military
Museum exhibit and the
interesting items that the. local
historical society will have on
display. The local chapter of
FAITH Riders is scheduled to
show their, motorcycles at the


event, as well. For the children,
there will be games to play and
prizes to win.
The event is at the Bradford
County Public" Library on
Saturday, Sept. 28.

Have stuff to sell?
Bradford County Public
Library is hosting a community
yard sale from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.
on Saturday, Oct. 12. Outdoor
spaces are available. To reserve
a space at this event, sign up at
the library's circulation desk and
make a $10 donation. Items for
sale should be in good, working
condition.


Library life lessons
"Don't let .in a stranger"
was the prevailing
message in the skit about
three little pigs who were
smart enough to know not
to let in the Big Bad Wolf
despite all of his trickery.
Hayden Goodwin played
the part of the wolf, while
Chloe Templeton, Lauren
Profitt and Eden Baever
played the three little pigs.
The skit was just a part of
the magical experience at
the Back-to-School Bash at
the Bradford County Public
Library. Cotton Candy the
Clown from Sugarplum
Entertainment performed
awesome magic, told
amusing stories and made
balloon animals for the
children to take home.


ILLEGALS




IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA
Case No: 04-2013-DR-0162
Division:


PUBLIC AUCTION
Pursuant to the Florida Self Storage
Act Statutes Sec. 83.801-83.809,
NOTICE: A Public Auction will be
held on august 24, 2013, @ 10:00
A.M. at C & C Mini Storage 1670
S. Walnut Street, Hwy 301 South in
Starke, Florida. The following units
will be sold to the highest bidder, and
continuing day to day thereafter until
sold.
1-73 W. Collins
1-81 C. Rodman
2-42 M. Hoskins
2-65 N. Broome
2-3A J. Mannina


James Davis, 8/15 2tchg 8/22-BCT
Petitioner
and Shan- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
teria Davis, EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
Respondent. FLORIDA IN AND FOR BRADFORD
NOTICE OF ACTION FOR DIS. COUNTY
SOLUTION OF GENERAL JURISDICTION
MARRIAGE DIVISION
(NO CHILD OR FINANCIAL CASE NO. 2013-CA-000050
SUPPORT) SUNTRUSTBANK,
TO: Shanteria Davis, Plaintiff,
470 N.W. 15h' Pompano Beach, Flor- vs.
ida 33060 EDDY VALENTIN, IRLANDE VAL-
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action ENTIN, UNKNOWN TENANT IN
for dissolution of marriage has been POSSESSION 1, UNKNOWN TEN-
filed against you and that you are re- ANT IN POSSESSION 2,
quired to serve a copy of your writ- Defendants.
ten defenses, if any, to it on James NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
Davis, whose address 4937 N.W. SALE
177 St. Starke,' Fl. 32091, on or be- NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursu-
fore 8/29/2013, and file the original ant to a Summary Final Judgment
with the clerk of this Court at 945 N. of Foreclosure filed July 17, 2013
Temple Ave. Starke, Fl 32091, before entered in Civil Case No. 2013-CA-
service on Petitioner or immediately 000050 of the Circuit Court of the
thereafter. If you fail to do so, a de- EIGHTH Judicial Circuit in and for
fault may be entered against you for Bradford County, Starke, Florida, the
the relief demanded in the petition. Clerk of Court will sell to the highest
Copies of all court documents in this and best bidder for cash at Brad-
case, including orders, are available ford County Courthouse, 945 North
at. the Clerk of the Circuit Court's Temple Avenue, Starke, FL. 32091 in
office. You may review these doce- accordance with Chapter 45, Florida
ments upon request. Statutes on the 12 day of Sept.,
You must keep the Clerk of the Circuit 2013 at 11:00 AM on the following de-
Court's office notified of your current scribed property as set forth in said
address. (You may file Notice of Cur- Summary Final Judgment, to-wit:
rent Address, Florida Supreme Court .. A PA.RCEL OF LAND LYING IN THE
Appr&ved'Family Law Form '-2.915.) 'NOR1,WE'r 'T14 OFIIECTION"2;
.....................J6OW8M. S THN-ANGE- 21-
papers in this lawsuit will be mailed to EAST, BRADFORD COUNTY, FLOR-
the address on record at the clerk's IDA. SAID PARCEL BEING MORE
office. PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS
WARNING:. Rule 12.285, Florida FOLLOWS
Family Law Rules o0 Procedure, re- COMMENCE AT A CONCRETE
ouires certain autontic' ; MONUMENT, LABELED L.D: BRAD-
isclosure of docume.its and infor- LEY, AT THE NORTHWEST COR-
mation. Failure to comply can result NER OF SAID SECTION 2 FOR
in sanctions, including THE POINT OF BEGINNING OF
dismissal or striking of pleadings. THE HEREINAFTER DESCRIBED
Dated 7/29/2013. PARCEL; THENCE NORTH 86
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT DEGREES 53 MINUTES 59 SEC-
By:Tasher Allen BONDS EAST, ALONG THE NORTH-
8/8 4tchg 8/29-BCT ERLY LINE OF SAID NORTHWEST
dca 1/4 OF SECTION 2, A DISTANCE


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analgeskc creme for
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OF 1314.86 FEET TO AN IRON
ROD, LABELED LS 6209; THENCE
SOUTH 01 DEGREE 17 MINUTES
01 SECONDS EAST, PARALLEL
WITH THE EASTERLY LINE OF
SAID NORTHWEST 1/4 OF SEC-
TION 2, A DISTANCE OF 680.57
FEET TO AN IRON ROD, LABELED
LS 6209, THENCE NORTH 54 DE-
GREES 44 MINUTES 20 SECONDS
WEST, 504.09 FEET TO AN IRON
ROD, LABELED LB 4012; THENfCE
SOUTH 34 DEGREES 58 MINUTES
56 SECONDS WEST, 330.00 FEET
TO AN IRON ROD, LABELED LB
4012, ON THE NORTHERLY RIGHT
OF WAY LINE OF COUNTY ROAD
229; THENCE NORTH 54 DEGREES
44 MINUTES 20 SECONDS WEST,
ALONG SAID NORTHERLY RIGHT
OF WAY LINE, 888.17 FEET TO A
CONCRETE MONUMENT, NOT LA-
BELED, ON THE WESTERLY LINE
OF SAID NORTHWEST 1/4 OF SEC-
TION 2; THENCE NORTH 01 DE-
GREE 37 MINUTES 51 SECONDS
WEST, ALONG THE WESTERLY
LINE OF NORTHWEST 1/4, A DIS-
TANCE OF 75.95 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 60 days after the sale.
Dated this 24 day of July, 2013.
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
As Clerk of the Court
BY: Lisa Brannon
Deputy Clerk
MCCALLA RAYMER, LLC,
ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF
110 SE 6TH STREET
FORT LAUDERDALE, FL 33301
(407)674-1850
If you are a person with a disability
who needs any accommodation in or-
der to participate in this proceeding,
you are entitled, at no cost to-you, to
the provision of certain assistance.
Persons with a disability who need
any accommodation in order to par-
ticipate should call Jan.Phfllips, ADA
'Coordinator,Alachua Cou'fity Court-
house, 201 E. University Ave.,
Gainesville, FL 32601 at (352)337-
6237 within two .(2) working days of
our receipt of this notice; if you are
hearing impaired call (800) 955-8771;
if you are voice impaired, call (800)
955-8770.


8/15 2tchg 8/22-BCT
IN THE CIRCUIT CIVIL COURT OF
THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR BRAD-
FORD COUNTY
CIVIL DIVISION
Case No. 04 2012 CA 000306
Division
BANK OF AMERICA. N.A., SUC-
CESSOR BY MERGER TO BAC
HOME LOANS SERVICING LP
Plaintiff,
vs.
AARON KIRK TAYLOR A/K/A AAR-
ON K. TAYLOR,_CHRISTINE
TAYLOR, WELLS FARGO BANK,
N.A. F/K/A FLORIDA
NATIONAL BANK, N:A., MORT-
GAGE ELECTRONIC REGISTRA-
TION SYSTEMS, INC. AS NOMI-
NEE FOR COUNTRYWIDE HOME
LOANS, INC., BANK OF AMERICA,
N.A., SUCCESSOR BY MERGER
TO BAC HOME LOANS SERVIC-
ING, LP F/K/A COUNTRYWIDE
HOME LOANS
SERVICING, LP, AND UNKNOWN
TENANTS/OWNERS,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF SALE
Notice is hereby given, pursuant
to Final Judgment of Foreclosure
for Plaintiff entered in this cause on
March 13, 2013, in the Circuit Court
of Bradford County, Florida, I will
sell the property situated .in Bradford
County, Florida described as:
THE EAST FIVE AND ONE HALF
ACRES (5-1/2) OF THE NORTH-
EAST QUARTER (NE1/4) OF THE
NORTHWEST QUARTER (NW1/4)
OF THE NORTHWEST QUARTER
(NW1/4) OF SECTION TWENTY-SIX
(26), TOWNSHIP FIVE (5) SOUTH
OF RANGE TWENTY TWO (22)
EAST, AND CONTAINING FIVE AND
ONE HALFACRES MORE OR LESS.'
EXCEPT AND EXCLUDING ONE (1)
ACRE OF LAND DESCRIBED IN
OFFICIAL RECORDS BOOK 104,
PAGE. 334, OF THE PUBLIC RE-
CORDS.-OF BRADFORD COUNTY,'
FLO R ID A_ ........ .. ... .. .. ..
and commonly known as: 1988 NW
.223RD ST, LAWTEY, FL 32058; in-
cluding the building, appurtenances,
and fixtures located therein, at public
sale, to the highest and best bidder,
for cash, at the east front door of the
Bradford County Courthouse, on


October 10, 2013 at 11:00 a.m..
Any persons claiming an interest
in the surplus from me sale, if any,
other than the property owner as of
the date of the lis pendens must file
a claim within 60 days after the sale.
Dated this 13 day of August, 2013.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Ray Norman
By: Lisa Brannon
Deputy Clerk


Edward B. Pritchard
(813)229-0900x1309
Kass Shuler, P.A. ..
P.O. Box 800
Tampa, FL 33601-0800
8/15 2tchg 8/22-BCT'-


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THURSDAY, AUG. 22, 2013 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH 7A


LEGALS
ieG S device to participate ir a proceeding,
Continued from 6A please contact Court Interpreting at
interpreter@circuit8.org
REQUEST FOR 8/22 4tchg 9/12-BCT
REQUEST FOR
QUALIFICATIONS PUBLIC NOTICE
Attorney/Legal Couinsel The September 2, 2013 regular
T RFQ #13-01 scheduled meeting of the Bradford
Th New River Solid Waste Asso- unty Board of County Commis-
ciation (NRSWA) is soliciting letters Coners is canceled due to the ob-
of interest and statements of quail- srved Labor is canceled due to the ob-.liday
fictions from those individuals or served Labor Day holiday.
-firrns interested in providing General 8/22 tchg-BCT
Counsel and Legal Services to the IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
NFSWA. Attorneys) to be assigned EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
to :NRSWA must be a member in EFLORIDI ANDCFRCBRADF
i~ ng te FLBa RORIDA IN AND FOR BRADFORD
good standing with the Florida Bar COUT
Association. Respondent must have COUNTY
an~office located within a forty (40) DIVIION
mir radius of New River Regional CASE NO. 2011 CA 000768
Landfill, Raiford, Florida. DEADLINE OCWN ASEN .. RVICINGC, L L,
for.receipt of submittals in response Plain'i LOAN SERVICING. LC.
to this request is Thursday, Sep- vs.
terMber 5, 2013 at noon. A proposal TOMMvY L. HILLIARD JR CLERK
package may be picked up at the OS F TH IRCIT COURT I
NF.SWA Administration Office or may OAN FORrB RADR D Y CO T
ho~oniotor va mal lnranlaAND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY,
be!requested via e-mail (Igreene@n FLORIDA A POLITICAL SUBDIVI-
nrsta.org) or phone to Lydia Greene, SION OF THE STATE F FLORIDA
3-431-1000w. Completedproposals SION MA F THE STATE OF FLORIDA,
mLlt be mailed to NRSWA P.O. Box CCR PARTLENE L. GRIFFIS, UNIFUNDAN THE
64 Raiford, FL 32083, or hand de- SECRETARY OFPHOUSIN ANDT
livqred to: NRSWA, 24276 NE 157 th URBAN D FH SIo N EIANDT
Stropet Raiford, FL 32083. NRSWA IN OAN DEVELOPMENT, TENANT
is located 2.5 miles north of Rai IN POSSESSION #1 N/KIA REGINAT
ford, Florida on State Road 121 in IN POSSESSION #2, UNKNOWNT
Union County, Florida. Submissions SPOS OF nTOMMY H ^LAR
must be in a sealed envelope clearly. S'OUSE OF TOMMY L. HILLIARD
marked Request for Attorney/Legal DeJRn., ants
Counsel, RFQ #13-01 with nine (9) MNfCea OF FORECLOSURE
copies enclosed. The proposals for SNOTCE OF FORECLOSURE
selection of Attomey/Legal Counsel NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursu-.
will be heard by the NRSWA Board of anoa Sum. F Judge
Directors at their September 12, 2013 .toraS .........of
i at5 .. .. Foreclosure entered July 17," 2013 in
board meeting at 5:30 p.m. Submis- CiviloasentereJuAly017,820
aCaseNo. 2011CA 000768 of the
sons by fax or other electronic med.a Circuit Court of the EIGHTH Judicial
will-,not be accepted under any cir- Circuit in and for Bradford County,
cumstances. Late submissions will Starke, Florida, wherein OCWEN
not be accepted, but will be returned LOAN SERVICING, LLC is Plain-
unopened to the sender at the send- tiff and TOMMY L HILLIARDJR.,
er's~expense._1 JIU/,IIVTL lLPIUd'.
-er .expense. .... CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
8/1 5 2tcng 8/22-BCT IN AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FLORIDA A POLITICAL SUBDIVI-
.. T CI EIGHTH JUDICIAL SION OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA,
CIRCUIT IN ANDFOR BRADFORD MARLENE L GRIFFIS, UNIFUND
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR BRADFORD CCR PARTNERS, PROVIDIAN, THE
COUNTY, FLORIDAn SECRETARY OF HOUSING AND
C JUVENILE DIVISION URBAN DEVELOPMENT, TENANT
S CASE NO. 04-2012-DP-72 IN POSSESSION #1 N/K/A REGINA
IN INTEREST OF:DOB01152002 FENDER, UNKNOWN TENANT
SDOB: 01 -15-2002 IN POSSESSION #2, UNKNOWN
D.G, DOB: 04-09-2004
MD.DOR -CHILDREN SPOUSE OF TOMMY L. HILLIARD
SUJMMONS AND NOTICE OF .-JR., are Defendants, the Clerk of
DVISORY HEARING FOR Court will sell to the highest and best
MINATON OF PARENTAL bidder -for cash at Bradford County
TRHATION OF PGUARDIANSITAL Courthouse, 945 North Temple Ave-
'RIHTS AND GUARDIANSHIP
S OFrLORIDA: nue, Starke, FL. 32091 in accordance
TTEO RIOHARD CINE (ad- with Chapter 45, Florida Statutes on
dre unknown the 12th.day of September, 2013 at
dWHEREAS a Petition for Termination unknown) 11:00 AM on the following described
WIHLREAS a Petition for Termination property as set forth in said Summary
of arental Rights under oath has p aetforthnsad Summary
bedl filed in this Court regarding the Final Judgment, to-wit;
abc e-referenced children, a copy of A parcel of land lying in the Southwest
whih is on file with the Clerk ofthe 1/4 of Section 1, Township 6 South,
Ctiorti i the Range 21 East, Bradford County,
YOJ ARE HEREBY COMMANDED Florida; said parcel being more par-
TO-APPEAR before the Honorable ticularly described as follows: Com-
PhlsM Rosierf Circit hHJudra l mence at a found 1" Iron Pipe located
lisM. Rosier, CircuitJudge, at atthe Northeast comer of the NE 1/4
he Bradford County Courthouse, of the SW 1/4 of Section-1 and being
3tarke, Florida, on October 7, 2013, on the Southerly R/W line of NW 71st
\T 09:00 A.M., for a Termination of Avenue and run North 88 Degrees40
rentall Rights Advisory Hearing. Minut ee
'O MUST APPEAR ON THE DATE Miue
ldUN AT- T' RTIE S DP I E 52 Seconds West, as a basis of bear-
I'EEINA. I SPECIFIED ngs, along the North Une of said
1*PEAILN. TO PERSONAIV NE 1/4 of the SW 1/4 and along said
AF ^' ATHOIS ER AD SOR Y LLHEA Southerly RAN line, for a distance of
AINE CONSTUTEHS VCONSENT TO 331.48 Feet to a found 3" x 3'con-
I rCOSTITUEl^SON^ SENT^ create monument; thence run South
TH-A TER ,'JATION OF PAREN- 00 Degrees 00 Minutes 38 Seconds
TAAI RIGHTS, TO THE CHILDREN. West *foraditneo52.0Ft
IF VOU FAIL TO APPEAR DON TUHE Westt for a distance of 528.00 Feet
DAIF INiMEI PECIFIED ,O to U set 1/2" Iron Rod for the Point
DA4JEAND RIGHTSCFI E TD O of gBeinning. From the Point Begin-
MAYLOSE ALu LEGAL -- IGHTS TO nin us desre6RAfl e South
THA CHILDRENRNAIjtEBISCrHE PE -.* ooibn de^Gou
TmITDN ONM FILEF-'WITISIrTME-OLER ci uDerees.QOJ~inursa'8Seconds
'OFO't'HE'KCOUR -***....* West for a distance of 794.63 Feet
"Pusuant to Setions 39.804(4)(d) to a found 3" x 3" concrete monu-
a o 86 39.804 ment located on the South line of said
anct 63.082(6)(g),. Florida Statutes, Northeast 1/4 of the SW 1/4; thence
yQUare hereby nfoed of the avail- ru South 88 Degrees 41 Minutes
abilty of private pls4ement with an 42 Seconds East, along said South
ado tbon entity as d (ied In Secto tIU IQ, ll UUI
,63 e32(3 t^ F oida dttse" tionline, for a distance of 165.00 Feet to
S3ltNESS my hand ,oirseal of this a set 1/2" Iron Rod; thence run North
SCoNrt at Stake, Brandod Couonty, 00 Degrees 00 Minutes 38 Seconds
.o...a.a n .e a. o o t East for a distance of 794.78 Feet to
Flo daa, on the 1 a0y of August a set Y"" Iron Rod; thence run North,
of C ir. t Clerk .88 Degrees 40 Minutes 52 -
Bof'rcuitCourt -, D seconds West, parallel with said North
S By: Robin -Gay Depu- ine of the NE 1/4 of the SW 1/4, for
D- C hildrn and Cler a distance of 165.00 Feet to the Point
Dertment of ldren and of Beginning. TOGETHER WITH a 30
Farily Services Foot easement for Ingress, egress
Fra'pcine Turney, Esq. and Utilities being more particularly
CFloda Bar Nb. 049519.9 described as follows: Commence at a
'12 An.drewsL aCircie found 1" Iron Pipe located at the NE
Sta-eA FL n3209 comer of the NE 1/4 of the SW 1/4
a (90 FL9641566 of said Section 1 and being on the
(9, 964-1566. ....... Southerly R/N line of Northwest 71 st
Undr the American with Disabilities Southerly RAN line of Northwest 71st
Unct ure .Avenue for the Point of Beginning.
Act,.f you are a person with a disabil-... From the Pon of Beginning thu
ity From tuh l ^ itfBin ning thus
ity ho needs any accommodation in described run South 00 Degrees 00
ord4r to participate in this proceeding, Minutes 00 Seconds East, as a basis
youh are entitled, at no cost to you, to of.. bearing, along the East line of said'
the .:proiino certain assstace. NE 1/4 of the SW 1/4, for a distance
Please contact the ADA Coordinator 5run North 88
,at(h52) 3d37-6237, at least 7 days.r Degrees 40 Minutes 52 Seconds
before your scheduled court appear- West parallel with the North line of
dance. If you are hearing or voice im said NE of the SW 1/4, for a dis-
^e~syo/ofth S

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Seconds East, along said East line of
parcel, for a distance of 30.01 Feet;
thence run South 88 Degrees 40
Minutes 52 Seconds East, parallel
with said North line of the NE1/4 of
the SW 1/4, for a distance of 136.58
Feet; thence run North 00 Degrees
00 Minutes 00 Seconds West, paral-
lel with said East line of NE 1/4 of SW
1/4, for a distance of 582.51 feet to
the North line of said NE 1/4 of the
SW 1/4 and the Southerly RAN/W line
of Northwest 71st Avenue; thence
run South 88 Degrees 40 Minutes 52
Seconds East, along said North line
and along said Southerly R/W line, for
a distance of 30.01 Feet to the Point
of Beginning.
The above described parcel being the
same as described in ORB 244, Page
194 of Public Records of said County.
The above described easement be-
ing a portion of ORB 557, Page 156
of the public records of said County.
TOGETHER WITH that certain 2004
FLEETWOOD -ANNIVERSARY
MOBILE HOME, ID #GAFL475A/
B75778.
Any person claiming an interest in
the surplus from the sale, if any, other
than the property owner as of the
date of the Lis Pendens. must file a
claim within 60 days after the sale.
Dated this 14 day of August, 2013.
CLERK OF THE
CIRCUIT COURT
As Clerk of the Court
BY: Lisa Brannon
Deputy Clerk
MCCALLA RAYMER, LLC, ATTOR-
NEY FOR PLAINTIFF 110 SE
6TH STREET
FORT LAUDERDALE, FL 33301
If you are a person with a disability
who needs any accommodation in or-
der to participate in this proceeding,
you are entitled, at no cost to you, to
the provision of certain assistance.
Persons with a disability who need
any. accommodation in order to par-
ticipate should call Jan Phillips, ADA
Coordinator, Alachua County Court-
house, 201 E. University Ave.,
Gainesville, FL 32601 at (352)337-
6237 within two (2) working days of
your receipt of this notice; if you are
hearing impaired call (800) 955-8771;
if you are voice impaired, call (800)
955-877Q.
8/22 2tchg 8/29-BCT
LEGAL NOTICE
The Suwannee River Economic
Council, Inc. Board of Directors will
hold a Finance & Audit Committee
Meeting on Tuesday, September 10,
2013, 9:30 A.M. at Suwannee River
Economic Council, Inc. Administra-
tion Office located at 1171 Nobles
Ferry Road NW in Live Oak, Florida,
'8/22 ltchg-BCT
LEGAL NOTICE
The Suwannee River Economic
Council, Inc. Board of Directors will
hold a meeting for the Executive
Committee Members on Tuesday,
September 10, 2013, 10:00 A.M. at
Suwannee River Economic Council,
Inc. Administration Office located at
11.71 Nobles Ferry Road NW Live
Oak, Florida.
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NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE:
SPRATLIN TOWING & RECOVERY,
LLC. gives Notice of Foreclosure of
Lien and intent to sell these vehicles
on 09/03/2013, 10:00 am at 18536
US Hwy 301 N. STARKE, FL 32091-
0314, pursuant to subsection 713.78
of the Florida Statutes. SPRATLIN
'TOWING &'RECOVERY, LLC. re-
serves the right to accept or reject
any and/or all bids.
2G1WF55E829217629 2002 CHEV-
ROLET
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REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL
PROJECT #2013-03
THE CITY OF STARKE, BRADFORD
COUNTY, FLORIDA, SEEKS PRO-
POSALS FOR THE SERVICES OF
"A PERSON, FIRM, CORPORATION,
ORGANIZATION OR AGENCY TO
PROVIDE, COLLECTIONS AND
DISPOSAL OF SOLID WASTE,
YARD TRASH, AND RECYCLABLES
WITHIN THE CITY.
* TO REQUEST A BID PACKET CON-
TACT MR. MARC OODY, CITY OP-
ERATIONS MANAGER AT (904) 964-
5027.
ONE ORIGINAL AND SIX (6) COP-
IES, OF THE PROPOSALS MAY
BE MAILED TO THE CITY OF
STARKE, POST OFFICE DRAWER
C, STARKE, FLORIDA. 32091, OR
HAND DELIVERED TO THE CITY
OF STARKE, 209 N. THOMPSON
STREET STARKE, FLORIDA 32091.
PROPOSALS MUST BE IN THE
POSSESSION OF THE CITY OP-
ERATIONS MANAGER PRIOR TO
PROPOSAL CALL AT 2:00 P.M. (LO-
CAL TIME) ON THE PROPOSAL
DATE OF SEPTEMBER 18, 2013.
ANY PROPOSAL RECEIVED AFTER
THE SPECIFIED TIME WILL NOT
BE CONSIDERED. AT 3:00 P.M., ALL
PROPOSALS WILL BE PUBLICLY
OPENED AND READ ALOUD
PROPOSALS SHALL BE SEALED
AND PLAINLY MARKED ON THE
OUTSIDE OF THE ENVELOPE:
SEALED PROPOSAL FOR SOLID
WASTE AND YARD TRASH COL-
LECTION AND DISPOSAL, DUE ON
SEPTEMBER 18, 2013, AT 2:00 P.M.
THE CITY OF STARKE SUPPORTS
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOY-
MENT, FAIR HOUSING AND PRO-
VIDING HANDICAPPED ACCESS.
THE CITY RESERVES THE RIGHT-
TO ACCEPT OR REJECT ANY OR
ALL PROPOSALS AND TO AWARD
THE PROPOSAL THAT BEST
SERVES THE INTERESTS OF THE
CITY.
8/221tchg-BCT
NOTICE
The City of Lawtey will be conducting


a budget and millage workshop on
Monday, August 26, 2013 at 6 p.m.,
at Lawtey City Hall, 2793 Lake St.
Lawtey, Fl. 32058. All interested par-
ties are invited to attend.
8/22 ltchg-BCT
NOTICE
The City of Lawtey Charter Revision
Committee will be conducting a meet-
ing on Monday, August 26, 2013 at
5:30 p.m. at Lawtey City Hail, 2793
Lake St., Lawtey, Fl. All interested
parties are invited to attend.
8/22 ltchg-BCT
NOTICE
Due to the Labor Day Holiday the
City of Lawtey will be holding their
monthly council meeting on Tuesday,
September 31d, 2013 at 7 p.m. at Law-
tey City Hall, 2793 Lake St. Lawtey,
Fl. 32058. All interested parties are
invited to attend.
8/22 ltchg-BCT

PUBLIC NOTICE
A public meeting to discuss plans
for the Speedville Recreation Park
is scheduled for September 3, 2013,
at 6:30 p.m. at the Speedville Com-
munity Center, 875 S.E. 35th Street,
Starke, Florida 32091. For more in-
formation, call the County Manager's
Office in Bradford County at (904)
966-6327.
8/22 2tchg 8/29-BCT
PUBLIC NOTICE .
A public meeting to discuss plans for
the Lincoln City Recreation Park is
scheduled for September 4, 2013, at
6:00 p.m. at the Mt. Pisgah Church
AME, Starke, Florida 32091. For
more information, call the County
Manager's Office in Bradford County
at (904) 966-6327.
8/22 2tchg 8/29-BCT
PUBLIC NOTICE OF INTENT
TO ISSUE AIR PERMIT
Florida Department qf Environmental
Protection
Northeast District Office Draft/Pro-
posed
Permit No. 0070012-015-AV Florida
Gas
Transmission Company Compressor
Station
No. 16
Bradford County, Florida
Applicant:. The applicant for this
project is Florida Gas Transmission
Company. The applicant's respon-
sible official and mailing address are:
David W. Shellhouse, Vice President
Southeast Operations, Florida Gas,
Transmission Company, 2405 Luc-
ien Way, Suite 200, Maitland, Florida
32751-7047.
Facility Location: The applicant oper-
ates the existing Compressor Station
No. 16, which is located in Bradford
County at 14369 SW State Road 231,
Brooker, Florida.
Project: The applicant applied on
May 30, 2013 to the Department for
a Title V air operation permit renewal/
revision. This is a renewal/revision
of Title V Air Operation Permit No.
0070013-013-AV. The facility is one
of the existing compressor stations
for the natural gas pipeline serving
Florida. This permit renewal/revision
is being issued for the purpose of re-
newing Title V Air Operation Permit
No. 0070012-013-AV. This permit
also revises the annual Visible Emis-
sions requirement ofEU002 & EU003
to a 5 year testing prior to obtaining a
renewed operation permit.
Permitting Authority"' ApliaTi s for
Title V air operation-permits ,ar-ub-
ject to review, in accordance with the
provisions of Chapter 403, Florida
Statutes (F.S.) and Chapters 62-4,
62-210, 62-213 of the Florida Admin-
istrative Code (F.A.C.). The proposed
project is not exempt from air permit-
ting requirements and a Title V air op-
eration permit is required to operate
the facility. The Department of Envi-
ronmental Protection's Waste and
Air Resource Management Program
in the Northeast District Office is the
Permitting Authority responsible for
making a permit determination
for this project. The Permitting Au-
thority's physical and mailing address
is 8800 Baymeadows Way, suite 100,
Jacksonville, Florida 32256. The Per-
mitting Authority's telephone number
is 904/256-1700.
Project File: A complete project file is
available for public inspection during
the normal business hours of 8:00
a.m. to 5:00. p.m., Monday through
Friday (except legal holidays), at the
address indicated above for the Per-
mitting Authority. The complete proj-
ect file includes the draft/proposed
permit, the statement of basis, the
application, and the information sub-
mitted by the applicant, exclusive of
confidential records under Section
403.111, F.S. Interested persons
may view the draft/proposed per-
mit by visiting the following website:
http://www.dep.state.fl.us/air/emis-
sion/apds/default.asp and entering
the permit number shown above.
Interested persons may contact the
Permitting Authority's project review
engineer for additional information at
the address or phone number listed
above.
Notice of Intent to Issue Permit: The
Permitting Authority gives notice of its
intent to issue a draft/proposed Title
V air operation permit renewal/revi-
sion to the applicant for the project
described above. The applicant has
provided reasonable assurance that
continued operation of the existing
equipment will not adversely impact
air quality and tnat the project will
comply with all appropriate provisions
of Chapters 62-4,62-204, 62-210,
62-212,62-213, 62-296 and 62-297,
F.A.C. The Permitting Authority will is-
sue a final permit in accordance with
the conditions of the draft/proposed
permit unless a response received in


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accordance with the following proce- and regulations concurrently with
dures results in a different decision or the public comment period, provided
a significant change of terms or con- that the applicant also transmits an
editions. electronic copy of the required proof
Comments: The Permitting Author- of publication directly to EPA at the
ity will accept written comments con- following email address: oquendo.
cerning the draft/proposed Title V air ana@epamail.epa.gov.. Although
operation permit for a period of 30 EPA's 45-day review period will be
days from the date of publication of performed concurrently with the pub-
the Public Notice. Written comments lic comment period, the deadline for
must be received by the close of busi- submitting a citizen petition to object
ness (5:00 p.m.), on or before the end to the EPA Administrator will be de-
of this 30-day period by the Permit- .termined as if EPA's 45-day review
ting Authority at the above address, period is performed after the public
As part of his or her comments, any comment period has ended. The final
person may also request that the Tite V air operation permit will be is-
Permitting Authority hold a public sued after the conclusion of the 45-
meeting on this permitting action. If day EPA review period so long as no
the Permitting Authority determines adverse comments are received that
there is sufficient interest for a public result in a different decision or signifi-
meeting, it will publish notice of the cant change of terms or conditions.
time, date, and location in the Florida The status regarding EPA's 45-day
Administrative Weekly (FAW).- If a review of this project and the dead
public meeting is requested within line for submitting a citizen petition
the 30-day comment period and con- can be found at the following website
ducted by the Permitting Authority, address: http%/www.epa,gov/region4/
any oral and written comments re- air/permits/Florida.htm.
ceived during the public meeting will Objections: Finally, pursuant to 42
also be considered by the Permitting United States Code (U.S.C.) Section
Authority. If timely received written 7661 d(b)(2), any person may petition
comments or comments received at the Administrator of the EPA within
a public meeting result in a significant 60 days of the expiration of the Ad-
change toa the draft/proposed permit, ministrator's 45-day review period
the Permitting Authority shall issue as established at 42 U.S.C. Section
a revised draft/proposed permit and 7661d(b)(l), to object to the issuance
require, if applicable, another Pub- of any Tile V air operation permit.
li Notice.-All comments filed will be Any petition shall be based only on
made available for public inspection, objections to the Permit that were
For additional information, contact raised with reasonable specificity dur-
the Permitting Authority at the above ing the 30-day public comment period
address or phone number,. provided in the Public Notice,
Petitions: A person whose substantial unless the petitioner demonstrates
interests are affected by the proposed to the Administrator of the EPA that
permitting decision may petition for an it was impracticable to raise such ob-
administrative hearing in accordance sections within the comment period or
with Sections 120.569 and 120.57, unless the grounds for such objection
F.S. The petition must contain the arose after the comment period. Fil-
information set forth below and must ing of a petition with the Administrator
be filed with (received by) the Depart- of the EPA does not stay the effective
ment's Agency Clerk in the Office of date of any permit properly issued
General Counsel of the Department pursuant to the provisions of Chapter
of Environmental Protection, 3900 62-213, F.A.C. Petitions filed with the
Commonwealth Boulevard, Mail Sta- Administrator of EPA must meet the
tion #35, Tallahassee, Florida 32399- requirements of 42 U.S.C. Section
3000. Petitions filed by the applicant 7661d(b)(2) and must be filed with
or any of the parties listed below must the Administrator of the EPA at: U.S.
be filed within 14 days of receipt of EPA, 401 M Street, S.W., Washing-
this Written Notice of Intent to Issue ton, D.C. 20460. For more informa-
Air Permit. Petitions filed by any per- tion regarding EPA review bnd objec-
sons other than those entitled to writ- tions, visit EPA's Region 4 web site
ten notice under -Section 120.60(3), at http://www.epa.gov/region4/airi
F.S., must be filed within 14 days of permits/Florida.htm.
publication of the attached Public No- 8/22 ltchg-BCT
tice or within 14 days of receipt.of this 8 cg-C
Written Notice of Intent to Issue Air
Permit, whichever occurs first. Under IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
Section 120.60(3), F.S., however, any EIGHTH JUDICIAL
person who asked the Permitting Au- CIRCUIT IN AND FOR BRADFORD
thority for notice of agency action may --COUNTY, FLORIDA
file a petition within 14 days of receipt GENERAL JURISDICTION
of that notice, regardless of the date DIVISION
of publication. A petitioner shall mail CASE NO. 04-2012-CA-0080
a copy of the petition to the applicant PROVIDENT FUNDING
at the address indicated above, at ASSOCIATES, L.P.,
the time of filing. The failure of any Plaintiff,
person to file a petition within the ap- vs.
propriate time period shall constitute PAUL MCDAVID, et. al.
a waiver of that person's right to re- Defendant(s).
quest an administrative determination NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
(hearing) under Sections 120.569 SALE
and 120.57, FS., or to intervene in NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursu-
this proceeding and participate as a ant to a Final Judgment of Foreclo-
party to it. Any subsequent interven- sure dated August 16, 2013, and en-
tion (in a proceeding tered in 04-2012-CA-0080 of the Cir-
initiated by another party) will be only cuit Court of the Eighth Judicial Circuit
at the approval of the presiding officer in ana for Bradford County Florida,
upon the filing of a motion in compli- wherein PROVIDENT FUNDING AS-
ance with Rule 28-106.205, F.A.C. SOCIATES, L.P., is the Plaintiff and
A petition that disputes the material PAUL MCDAVID; JACKSONVILLE
facts on which the Permitting Author- FIREMANS CREDIT UNION; FLOR-
Sity's6tion is based must contain the IDA CREDIT UNION; UNKNOWN. -
followit g information: (a) The name TENANT #1; UNKNOWN TENANT
.and ,adrns .fOeal j 'agency.affected_ #2 Are'the Delehdant(s). Ray Norman
and' each"ageticy'd file' or'identifica-'' as the Clerk of the Circuit Court will -
tion number, if known; (b) The name, sell to the highest and best bidder for :
address and telephone number of: cash, the Front Lobby 945 N. Temple
the petitioner; the name address and Ave, Starke, FL 32091, at 11:00 AM
telephone number of the petitioner's on December 19, 2013, the following
representative, if any, which shall be described property as set forth in said
the address for service purposes dur- Final Judgment, to wit:
ing the course of the proceeding; and A TRACT OF LAND LOCATED IN-
an explanation of how the petitioner's SECTION 25, TOWNSHIP 7 SOUTH,
substantial rights will be affected by RANGE 20 EAST, BRADFORD
the agency determination; (c) A state- COUNTY, FLORIDA, BEING MORE
ment of when and how the petitioner PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS
received notice of the agency action FOLLOWS:
or proposed decision; (d)A statement COMMENCE AT THE NORTHWEST
of all disputed issues of material fact. CORNER OF SAID SECTION 25
If there are none, the petition must so FOR A POINT OF REFERENCE;
indicate; (e) A concise statement of THENCE RUN SOUTHERLY ALONG
the ultimate facts alleged, including, THE WEST LINE OF SAID SECTION
the specific facts the petitioner con- 25 FOR A DISTANCE OF 3.24 FEET
tends TO AN INTERSECTION WITH THE '
warrant reversal or modification of the CENTERLINE OF STATE ROAD NO.
agency's proposed action; (f) A state- S-231, SAID POINT OF INTERSEC-.
ment of the specific rules or statutes TION BEING IN A CURVE HAVING A,
the petitioner contends require rever- 'DELTA OF 156'40", A RADIUS OF
sal or modification of the, agency's 22918.31. FEET AND A TANGENT
proposed action including an expla- OF 390.04 FEET; THENCE RUN .
.nation of how the alleged facts relate EASTERLY -ALONG SAID CEN- :
to the specific rules or statutes; and TERLINE AN ARC DISTANCE OF
(g) A statement of the relief sought 390.00 FEET TO THE P.T. OF SAID'
by the petitioner, stating precisely CURVE; THENCE RUN NORTH
the action the petitioner wishes the 89624'32" EAST, ALONG SAID CEN-
agency to take with respect to the TERLINE 1680.90 FEET 'TO THE
agency's proposed action. A petition P.C: OF A CURVE; THENCE CON-
that does not dispute the material TINUE NORTH 89024'32" EAST,
facts upon which the Permitting Au- 400.00 FEET; THENCE RUN SOUTH
thority's action is based shall state 8031'28" EAST, 12.30 FEET TO
that no such facts are in dispute and THE POINT OF BEGINNING, SAID
otherwise shall contain the same in- POINT LYING 40.09 FEET RADIAL- "
formation asset forth above, as re- LY SOUTH OF THE CENTERLINE
quired by Rule 28-106.301, F.A.C. OF SAID STATE ROAD NO. S-231;
0 Because the administrative hearing THENCE RUN
process is designed to formulate final SOUTH 831'28" EAST, 548.66
agency action, the filing of a petition FEET; THENCE RUN NORTH
means that the Permitting Authority's 8739'25" EAST 398.49 FEET;
final action may be different from the THENCE RUN NORTH 831 '28"
position taken by it in this Public No- WEST 548.66 FEET; THENCE RUN
tice of Intent to Issue Air Permit. Per- SOUTH 8739'25" WEST, 398.49
sons whose substantial interests will FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGIN-
be affected by any such final decision NING.
of the Permitting Authority on the ap- Any person claiming an interest in
plication have the right to petition'to the surplus from the sale, if any,
become a party to the proceeding, in other than the property owner as of
accordance with the requirements set the date of the ies pendens must File
forth, above, a claim within 60 days after the sale.
Mediation: Mediation is not available Dated this 16 day of August, 2013.
for this proceeding. Ray Norman
EPA Review: EPA has agreed to treat As Clerk of the Court
the draft/proposed Title V air opera- By: Usa Brannon
tion permit as a proposed Title V air As Deputy Clerk
operation permit and to perform its IMPORTANT
45-day review provided by the law If you are a persop with a disability
who needs any accommodation in or-
der to participate in this proceeding,
Iyou are entitled, at no cost to you, to
l al the provision of certain assistance.
0li 0Please contact the ADA Coordina-
tor, Alachua County Courthouse, 201
East University Ave., Gainesville, FL
32601 at (352) 337-6237 at least 7
|days before your scheduled court
classified, you.can appearance, or immediately upon
.. receiving this notification if the time


;ands OT prospective before the-scheduled appearance is
o :less than.7 days; if youare hearing or
ners every day! voie impairedcall 711.
Robertson, Anschutz & Schneid, P.L
Sales. Advertise in Attemeys for Plaintiff
6409 Congress Avenue,
raph7s classified, Suite 100, Boca Raton, FL 33487
Telephone: 561-2411-6901 Fax:.
561-241-9181
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to handle the job of city
commissioner.

The city commission is
Contemplating a multiyear
contract to hale traffic
light cameras installed
'throughout the city. What
is your position on these
cameras?
Independent research indicates
this program is not cost effective
for our city at this time.

The city struggles to cover
its costs and is unable to
plan adequately for the
future, including for future
capital costs. What sfps
should be taken to put
the city on better financial
footing?
Vote for Jacquelyn Totura and
give me the chance to make a
difference. Consider a temporary
moratorium on new spending,
investigate current spending and
implement methods to eliminate
unnecessary debt systematically.
Seek knowledge about solar
energy alternatives and look
for creative new ways to create
solvency for city government.

Would you grow or
shrink the size of
your department/city
government and in what
ways?
According to the 2010 federal
Census, the population of
our city has not experienced
growth; therefore, there is no
justification to grow. If elected,
I will investigate ways ,to limit
spending without shrinking
services.

In what way(s) could your
office/position be of greater
service to the public?
Communicate with- the
residents in District 4. Develop
a district newsletter to let the
voters know how important their
input is to their commissioners.
Ask for their help, and you
will find. their suggestions are
wise beyond words, creative

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and informative. The residents
know what is happening in their
neighborhoods and are the best
barometer of services needed.
By making certain that
the constituents have the
contact information for their
commissioner and can easily
reach them for comments and
suggestions.

What is the role of the
office you seek in helping
the city attract business,
development and jobs?
Businesses research an area's
demographics thoroughly prior
to making a decision to open or
relocate. U.S. 301 has the traffic
numbers to attract high volume
entities while others may be
attracted to the'beauty of our
historic downtown district..
If elected, I will fight to
develop citywide incentives that
make Starke more attractive to
investors and businesses.

Why would someone want
to come to live or start a
business in Starke? What
are some problems (real or
perceived) you would like
to help solve?
Location, location, location.
Starke has it. It's like Mayberry
here, a breath of fresh air. The
.people are warm, friendly and
accepting and the property
is' affordable. The city is
comfortably situated a short
distance from Jacksonville,
Gainesville, Lake City and
Ocala with major highways
linking all with a reasonable
commute. We should capitalize
on the opportunity traffic on the
U.S. 301 artery through ouir city
provides, to the local business
community .and develop Starke
as a retirement destination.
Perceived problems for Starke
include the high cost of utilities.
Many people will not even
consider purchasing a home in
Starke because of this issue.
The U.S. 301 proposed bypass
is another perceived problem I
find when promoting business
growth professionally. Will
having 35,000 fewer (vehicles)
opportunities every day for sales
be good for our businesses? And,
research will show that lower


traffic count results in lower
sales at the register.
An alternative may be to find
ways to encourage the 35,000
vehicles a day to stop, shop and
spend their money in Starke.

Members of the community
are currently involved in
imagining what thecity
could be 10 years from
now. What is ybur vision
for the city?
My vision -or Starke is
quality growth, clean industry,
better schools, ldw or no crime
and blight free. Museums, art
galleries, specialty stores, the
shade of tree-lined streets and
more programs forrour children
and our senior Icitizens. A
booming convention center,
thriving business district and a
solvent city government.

Andy Redd g,

candidate fo
police chief '
My name is idy Redding
and I am seeking6the office of
chief of police. IMm a lifelong
resident of Br nEord. County
and a longtime .sident of the
city of Starke. I i a career law
enforcement professional, and
I have been in ved in public
service since 19'

Why are you seeking this
office?
I am curiehtly seeking
the Office of hef of Police
because I feel that I possess
the necessary'., management,
leadership, and< professional
'skills needed to make theStarke
Police Department a premier law
enforcement agency.

Why are you the most
qualified candidate to hold
this position? .
I feel I'm qiqlified for the
position by education and
by experience. j'm a high
honors graduate -from Flagler
College with a deree in public
administration. That course of
instruction provided intense
training in public budgeting,
management, contracting,
organization' and leadership. I


graduated with very high honors.
I learned the basics in good
law enforcement with my job as
patrolman with the Gainesville
Police Department. It's a
nationally accredited department,
well led and respected in the
community. Gainesville Police
Department taught me what right
looks like and this was my basic
training.
For many years I've been a
detective with the State Fire
Marshal's Office and have
conducted hundreds of felony
investigations in Bradford
County and the north Florida
area. This has been my
graduate level training and is
my "keystone" qualification
for chief of police. I know what
right looks like and have the
moral courage to lead the Starke
Police Department to become a
professional organization.

The city commission is
contemplating a multiyear
contract to have traffic
light cameras installed
throughout the city. What
is your position on these
cameras?
I'm not personally in favor of
traffic light cameras due to the
fact that I feel that there is more
that can be Idone proactively
from the personal side of law
enforcement.

The city struggles to cover
its costs and is unable to
plan adequately for the
future, including for future
capital costs. What steps
should be taken to put
the city on better financial
footing?
My degree in public
administration .is invaluable in
this decision-making process. It
is paramount that the city must
become financially stable and
not conduct business behind
closed doors.

Would you grow or
shrink the size of
your department/city
government and in what
ways?


it needs to be organized in a
manner that is more efficient
and effective. There are too
many senior positions and lack
of effective oversight. I plan on a
reorganization that would reflect
"best practices" guidelines and
give the citizens of Starke more
"bang for the buck."

In what way(s) could your
office/position be of greater
service to the public?
First, Starke Police
Department must change its
public perception and become
responsive to the citizens of
Starke. Second, we must do basic
police work well, and seek help
on "exotic" missions such as
SWAT and Mutual Aid that is
sound and economical. Third, I
will have an office in the police
department, lead from the front
and be a servant leader to the
members of the department and
the citizens of Starke.

What is the role of the
office you seek in helping
the city attract business,
development and jobs?
A well-respected professional
police department 'will be a
positive influence on commerce
for our city.

Why would someone want
to come to live or start a
business in Starke? What
are some problems (real or
perceived) you would like
to help solve?
I love Starke and actually own
a part-time 'commercial fishing
business in Starke and strive
to focus on doing business in
Starke. We must improve the
image and capability, of the police
department, additional training
is needed and leadership is
required to make the department
receivable to all residents of our
community.

Members of the community
are currently involved in
imagining what the city
could be 10 years from
now. What is your vision
for the city?


I think the size of the I believe the city of Starke
department is adequate but must become fiscally solvent,


and much more responsive to
the needs of our citizens. The
police department must become
professional and competent
and the department needs to be
demographically representative
of our community.


RJE alums

plan reunion
The RJE Alumni will be
hosting a school reunion
beginning Friday, Aug. 30, with
an alumni basketball game at the
RJE gym at 7 p.m. Entry is $5
for adults and $3 for children. A
free sock hop will follow at the
Bradford County Fairgrounds.
On Saturday, Aug. 31, at 10
a.m., there will be a parade.
Lineup will began at 8:30 a.m.
at the Shands Starke hospital
parking lot. All classes are asked
to enter a float, and all churches,
clubs and organizations are
invited to enter a float or vehicle
in the parade. Contact person for
the parade is Henry Wade, 386-
447-0152, and the class of 1965.
The annual banquet and
dance will begin at 6:30 p.m.
on Saturday with a social hour,
followed by the banquet at 7:30
p.m. Tickets are $35 per person
and must be purchased by Aug.
24. No tickets will be sold after
that date.
The Sunday, Sept. 1, church
service with guest speaker the
Rev. Alvin Green will begin
at noon at New Bethel Baptist
Church, 901 Keller St. in Starke.
At 3 p.m. at the Bradford County
Fairgrounds, a picnic featuring
a barbecue meal will be on sale
for $15 for adults and $10 for
children.
A trip to the Grand Sandestin
in Destin, Fla., will leave on
Tuesday, Sept. 3. For more
information on the trip, please
contact Valara Petteway at
valarap@gmail.com or Sylvia
Patterson at 352-468-1949.
Tickets for local events can
be purchased from' any of the
alumni committee: JoAhnn
Jackson, Wanda Middleton,
Shirley Hudson, Sylvia Patterson,
Shirley Kelly, Mary McGregor,
Patricia Wright, Valara Petteway
or Linda Hampton.


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_R -'I. NB AP/lVVL EDITORIAL
NEWS FROM BRADFORD COUNTY, UNION COUNTY AND THE LAKE REGION


S i C Andrews Center's Combass:
striving to help in many ways
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Kathleen Combass has been
Shelling Santa Fe College Kathl s hn
S.astudents for the past five years helpedComba students




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as a teacher. Now, she's set as a teacher,
to expand her role as the new but looks to
Student development specialist do even more
at theAndrews Center. as the stud ent
Combass will still,, teach development
English classes, but is looking specialist at the
S forward to being able to do so Santa Fe College
much more for students. Andrews Center.
Santa Fe College Watson Center students Tiffanie Brown, Taylor Heinz, Olyvia "I' ve loved berin g a teacher
Heinz and Tabitha Brown, all of Keystone Heights take a time-out while helping because I'm helping stdn
administrators prepare for incoming students. Photo by Monitor Editor Dan ecgain knowledge and sud.er ts
Hildebran.
Academic career," Combass said. already forged in the part-time do," Combass said.
Santa Fe centers w el omn e "Here, it's not just one class. I'm position. Combass' experience with
e e a actually getting to help students "I didn't want anybody else to students has not been limited
accomplish---hopefully- their have the job," she said. to college. She previously
9u s tuC d nts this fr entire college career as long as As student development taught primarily seventh-and
Stogstu en t s t iso fc a l they're at SantaFe. I getato help specialist, Combass performs eighth-graders for 17 years at
them in more capacities than just duties you would expect of an Community Christian School
BY CLIFF SMELLEY respectively, students who attended the 2012 in the classroom." academic adviser, but she would in Keystone Heights and began
Regional News/Sports Editor Canov'a said the Andrews fall semester represented a peak Combass worked as a part- like students to view her office her career in Stuart, where she
time student developments so much more. taught fifth-graders.
Though there are summer Center had an enrollment of 412 number for the center. m std de o h m e t gt thrad s
semesters, the number of as of Aug.. 16. She anticipated "I'm pleased that we are close specialist beginninglastfall. She "It's not just a place where Teaching, though, was not a
students at the Santa Fe College that by the start of classes, the to last year," he said. "We're not had the chance to work under you can come to find out what goal of Combass' growing up in
iAndrews and Watson centers is center would have more than doing toobad." Colleen Scott, who served as classes you need to take or how upstate New York.
significantly less than ein the f 420 students, which was the The Watson Center's f the An drews Center's full-time your financial aid is," Combass "I was going to beWan actress,




sinfcnl esthan 40in. th50ll40 students, whic wasW.onnoe the The Waso Cener' fall, B pterlaoshssehd anedbfeeenesuetsS HEP2
enrollment in the 2012 fall schedule will consist of 55 specialist. said. "It's for encouragement." she said. "I did go to New York
and spring semesters. When Scott accepted a It's all about caring for the City. I went to the Academy of
That's why there's a first- semester. classes, Wolfson said. That
day-of-school excitement for "We usually end up with a lot includes an environmental position in another part of the students.Combass is notalonein Dramatic Arts."
Andrews Center Director Cheryl of people coming in at the last science class that's never been state, Combass was askedif she. that'regard. She said the Andrews Combass eventually returned
was. interested tahr' otinh hm hn h utie
Canola whenever the fall minute," Canova said, in regard offered at the center. Wolfsoni n becoming the Center teachers' outreach home when she sustained a







full-
semstrola rndtexctdfusic l-time specialist., efforts--from providing tutoring broken leg after being hit by a







semste rol around to- reitain sas xie arbou a. music > a^. w*LjJi^JBM&-J.M*U j'LKaLM
semste rolsarondtoregstrtin, s asoexctedabut muic "I didn't want the job, because to establishing. study groups-- car while crossing the street.
."The summers are quiet," she Bob Wolfson, the director class that has been offered at Idwa n the job, bcat o tab suy groups-. c ar hlr n tet e
I^ sesainw a (Scott)did:' gre patient t o Her parents eventually moved
sad."e'e xitd oge te of th: Watson Center, said he the center in the past, but will Iswaltewr Sot i, r peoea.
said. "We're excited to get the exp d to have an enrollment feature an instructor on site for Combass said. "I was a little "One thing: I've noticed to Stuart, and Combass soon
students back." o







inin here^ in, Stre-n one ofy th followAH T T1 *1 e d.
The fall semester began Aug. of approximately 500 students the first time. Previous classes intimidated by it." here in Starke-and one of the followed.
f m b. The fall semester beg.. *.:'*u p x t 500 ts The more Combass thought reasons I chose to work here-' In Stuart, a woman from a
21. The Andrews and Watson at the start of the semester, were taught, via video feed, by t he more ss the tofwork here- tuat a a from a
cenerswer- epecingmor Tht nmbe isdow frm lstabout- it, however, the more she many of the professors love church that had a school asked
cetesweeexetigmoe That number is down from last
thanters 400 a xpend. 5 den realized she didn't want to give their students. W e-try to foresee
than 400 and. 500 students, See FALL, 12B the relationships she had a need before even the students Se HELP, 12



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2B TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR B SECTION THURSDAY, AUG. 22, 2013


Area's annual bike events


roar into action this weekend


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
The eighth annual Starke Bike
Fest returns this weekend, while
Thunder MusicPark in Hampton
will host its second annual bike
event.
Both events are scheduled for
Friday through Sunday, Aug. 23-
25.
Starke Bike Fest, presented
' by the ,North Florida Regional
Chamber of Commerce, Main
Street Starke Inc. and Florida
VWorks, is located along Call
Street in downtown Starke. The


SRIMEL


national anthem kicks off the
event at noon on Aug. 23.
Music will be a big part of the
event as 14 acts are lined up to
perform all three days. Moccasin
Creek (10 p.m. on Aug. 23) and
Mustang Sally (10 p.m. on Aug.
24) are the headlining acts, but
local favorites such. as Clark
Hill and Steel Rockin' (with Ben
Carter) will also perform, as will
AC/DC tribute band Stiff Upper
Lip.
As usual, there will be a tattoo
contest at 7:15 p.m. on Aug.
23 and a bike show from noon


to 2 p.m. on Aug. 24. (Bike
show participants must register
between 11 a.m. and noon.)
A new event will be a darkest
tan contest, presented by Bizzi
Boutique, at 7 p.m. on Aug. 24.
The event will feature several
other contests, as well as the
popular Porta Potty Pull.
A reptile show, presented by
Devin Wheeler. and wrestling
are scheduled to take place on
Aug. 24.
Vendors selling a variety

See BIKE, 3B


Mustang Sally is one of the headliners of the eighth annual Starke Bike Fest.


Recent arrests
in Bradford,
Clay or Union

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

Keystone/Melrose
Stuart Barnes, 34, of Keystone
$^eights was arrested Aug. 19 by
(Qlay deputies for possession .of
I controlled substance without
p prescription, possession of
Iss than 20 grams of cannabis
a@nd driving with a suspended,
revoked, canceled or disqualified
license.
| William Cox, 28, of Keystone
Heights was arrested Aug. 13 by
lay deputies for driving with a
suspended, revoked, canceled or
disqualified license.
Allison Suzanne Lord, 36, of
Melrose was arrested Aug. 13
by Putnam deputies for three
probation violations.
SMichael McMillan, 21, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Aug. 14 by Clay deluties- for
failure to appear.

.Summer Raynes, 35, ..of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Aug. 16 by Clay deputies for an
qut-of-cout4y.,\v.rrant ,^. _:
I Shawn Craig Sianford,44, of
KIeystone Heights was arrested
Aug. 15 by Putnam deputies for
contempt of court. -
\ .* . .* -
SLyle Stone, 50, of 'Keystone
heights was arrested Aug. 13 by
Clay deputies for possession of
drug paraphernalia, possession
of less than 20 grams of cannabis,
'resisting an officer without
violence and- driving with a
suspended, revoked, canceled or
disqualified license.
SJessie Wilson, 41, of Keystone
I.eights was arrested Aug. 14 by
Clay deputies for felony DUI-
third violation.
Travis Wright, 28, of Keystone


Heights was arrested Aug. 17 by charges.
Clay deputies ,for driving with a
suspended, revoked canceled or Jessie James Fowler, 30, of
disqualified license. Starke was arrested Aug. 16 by
Bradford deputies for possession
Bradford of cocaine.
Irving Lance Arch, 19, of Carrie A Freeman, 23, of
Starke was arrested Aug. 14 by Lawtey was arrested Aug. 17 by
Bradford deputies for a non- Bradford deputies for probation
moving traffic violation violation, burglary and property
Myles C Barber, 19, of damage-criminal mischief.
Myles C Barber, 19, Of
Massachussetts was arrested Daniel Ressie Griffis, 45, of
Aug. 18 by. Bradford deputies Lake Butler was arrested Aug.
for possession of marijuana. 17 by Lawtey police for resisting
San officer and by Starke police
Luis Barrios, 50, of Ocala for probation violation.
was arrested Aug. 15 by FHP for
failure to appear. Cecilia Hall, 23 of Lake Butler
was arrested Aug.. 13 by, Union
Brandon L Bums, 18, of deputies, for an out-of-county
Graham was arrested Aug. 19 by warrant.
Starke police for larceny.
: Michael Wilson Hall, 52, of
Keith Camble, 24, of Baldwin Starke was arrested Aug. 17
was arrested Aug. 16 by Bradford by Starke police for probation
deputies for failure to appear. violation.

Olivia Caron, 20, of Tampa Jarvis Pernell Henderson, 28,
was arrested Aug. 18 by of Jacksonville was arrested
Bradford deputies for. possession Aug. 19 by Lawtey police for a
of drug equipment.' nonrmoving traffic violation.
William Casey Carter, 22, of Mary Katherine Horsley, 40 of
Brooker was arrested Aug. 14 by Starke was arrested Aug. 13 by
Bradford deputies for probation Bradford' deputies for failure to
violation. appear.
Ashley Lynn Chamberlin, 26 Terrell Shaun House, 24, of
of Starke was arrested Aug. 17 Tampa was arrested Aug. 16 by
by Starke police for shoplifting. Starkei, police for- larceny' and
,, - possession of marijuana.
Stephen Carzell Cray, 30, of possession of marijuana. ,
Starke was arrested Aug. f4 by' Brian K Jenkins, 42, of
Bradford deputies for cocaine Starke was arrested Aug. 18
possession and intent to sell. by Bradford deputies for two
charges of burglary, two charges
Steven Randall Cole, 29, of of larceny and two charges
Jacksonville was arrested Aug. of damage property-criminal
17 by Bradford deputies for' mischief. .
possession of drugs and drug
equipment. Charles David. Jones, 37, of
Glen St. Mary was arrested Aug.
Patrick Norman Davison, 56, 13 by Bradford deputies for a
of Brooker-was arrested Aug. 13 non-moving traffic violation.
by Bradford deputies for cocaine
and drug equipment possession. Patricia Kay Jordan, 45, of
STennessee was arrested Aug. 16
Betty R Dupree, 48, of by Starke police on two charges
Hampton was arrested Aug. 15 of larceny.
by Bradford deputies for a non-
moving traffic violation. Nadja Joseph,, 28, of
Jacksonville 'was arrested Aug.
Tiffany Lynn Dyess, 39, of 16 by Bradford deputies for a
Glen St. Mary was arrested nonrmoving traffic violation.
Aug. 13 for two traffic offense -


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Michael Trace McMillan, 21,
of Keystone Heights was arrested
Aug. 16 by Bradford deputies for
failure-to appear.
Marvin Manly Minton, 35, of
Interlachen-was arrested Aug. 19
by Bradford deputies for a non-
moving traffic violation and an
out-of-county warrant.
Joshua W.Padgett,22,of Starke
was arrested Aug. 15 by Starke
police for three contributing to a-
delinquent minor charges and for
shoplifting.
Kimberly Lynn Padgett,33, of
Lake Butler was arrested Aug.
15 by Starke police for three
contributing : to a delinquent
minor charges, shoplifting,
trespassing and possession of
drugs and drug equipment.
Ashlie Jane Perry, 29, of
Hampton was arrested Aug. 17
by Bradford deputies for two
charges of larceny.

Tariano Perry, 33, of Starke
was arrested Aug. 18 by Bradford
deputies for a non-moving traffic
violation.
S .(
Antonio Seana Simpson, 33,of.
Archer was arrested Aug. 16 by
Bradford deputies for, probation
violation. '

Ashley Nicole Smith; 30, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Aug. 17 for probation violation.
Brannodb L--Smith, 27, of Lake
Butler was arrested Aug. 19 'by
Bradford deputies for an out-of-
county warrant,"
'~ 1'
Wesley Ernest Tanner, 30, of
Starke was arrested Aug. 18 by
Starke police for three charges
of probation violation, a non-
moving traffic violation and
Possession of drug equipment.

Rodney Owen Tillman, 21, of
Waldo was arrested Aug. 18 by
Bradford deputies on an out-of-
county warrant.


Zackery Leon Turner, 28, of
Alabama was arrested Aug. 16
by Bradford deputies'on a non-
moving traffic violation.
Willis Tyson, 38, of Starke
was arrested Aug. 15 by
Bradford deputies for possession
and intent to sell cocaine.
Bryan Welborn, 20, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Aug,, 15 by. 'Bradford deputies
for an out-of-county warrant.
Thomas Elton Wilkins, 64, of
Starke was arrested Aug. 14 by
Bradford deputies for possession
of cocaine and drug equipment'.
Kevin Lee Wilson, 29, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Aug. 19 by Starke police for two
non-moving traffic violations,
and possession of marijuana and
drug equipment.

Union
Stephanie Moss Shirey, 34,
of Lakeland was arrested Aug.
9 by Union deputies for failure
- to appear.
Daniel Raye Hall, 25,*of Lake
Butler was arrested Aug. 13 by
Union deputies on a warrant
for trafficking amphetamines of


methamphetamine 14 grams or;;
over. ,;
Cecilia R Hall, 22, of Lake;
Butler was arrested Aug. 13 by.
Union deputies on a warrant
for trafficking amphetamines or.;
methamphetamine 14 grams or:
over. ;
Ashlee Kay Daniel, 27, of:
Sanderson was arrested Aug. 11
by Union deputies for driving:
under the influence.
Millard Michael Lepley, 33f,
of Lake Butler was arrested;
Aug. 18 by Union deputies for',
improper exhibit of a firearm
or dangerous weapon and
disorderly intoxication.
Shaun S Morris, 43, of Lak4
Butler was arrested Aug. 17 by!
Union deputies on a warrant fo,
contempt of court.
Martin A. Martin, 55, o|
Worthington Springs wag
arrested Aug. .16 by Union
deputiesfor failure to appear.
,
Matthew Keith Hedrick, 351
of Lake Butler was arrested
Aug. 19 by Union deputies on
warrants for three probation
violations. ''

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Brad Hapner and Sarah
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Padgett,
Hapner to wed BIKE
in October Continued from 21


Mr. and Mrs. Irving Padgett
III of Middleburg are proud
to announce the upcoming
exchanging of vows of their
daughter, Sarah Beth, to Thomas
Bradley Hapner.
Brad is the son of Sally and
Bill Linton of Keystone and
Theresa and Jeff Hapner of
Wilmington, Ohio. He graduated
from Keystone Heights Jr.-Sr.
High School in 2003.
Sarah is a 2009 graduate of
Middleburg High School.
Brad and Sarah were engaged
in October 2012 and are to be
wed in October 2013 at the
Jacksonville Golf and Country
Club.


Mlcheal Ferguson and
Natasha Loeck

Loeck,
Ferguson to
wed in fall
Natasha Loeck ""of" El Do-".
rado, Ark. formerly l *Keystone
Heights), and Micheal Ferguson
of El Dorado (formerly of Sara-
sota) announce their engage-
ment.
Natasha is the daughter of
Mary and Jimmy Johnson of
Keystone Heights. She is a 2005
graduate of Keystone Heights
High School and 2011 graduate
of Edison College. She is em-
ployed in the El Dorado school
system, teaching fifth grade AP
reading.
Micheal is the son of Don
and Judy Ferguson of Weaver,
Ala., and Shelly and Bob Curry
of Dunedin. He is a 2005 gradu-
ate-of Riverview High School
in Sarasota and a 2009 graduate
of the University of Florida. He
works in finance for Murphy Oil
USA.
They have planned a fall 2013
wedding.

Bennett/
Magyari
reunion
planned for
Saturday
A Bennett/Magyari family
-reunion will be held Saturday,
Aug. 24, at the Starke Golf and
Country Club from 10 a.m. until,
5 p.m.
All friends and relatives are
welcome. Please bring an entree,
vegetable, beverage, and, if you
like; dessert. If ydu have any
kind of talent, bring that, too.
If you have any questions,
please call Sandra at 904-782-
3523, Freddie at 904-364-6841
or Phyllis at 386-752-2199.


An cornhole tournament,
which was to be hosted by the
junior class at Bradford High
School this Saturday, Aug. 24,
has been postponed.
The event, which will raise
money for homecoming and
prom. will be rescheduled in
September.

Keystone
Youth Soccer
program
registering
for fall
The Keystone Youth Soccer
Club is currently registering
players for the fall season, which
is open to ages 4-16. You may
register Monday-Saturday at
Trevor Waters Realty Inc. (7374
S.R. 21 N.) in Keystone from 10
a.m. until 5:30 p.m.
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editor@ bctelegraph.com

New sidewalk
has helped
UC library
enhance
area's beauty

Dear Editor:
. As I lookout on the beautiful.
new sidewalk that runs directly
in front of the Union County
Public Library, I am reminded of
how many years in the making
this project has been.
Nearly 10 :Years ago, when the
new library was in its planning
stage, the dream for providing
beauty and services to the com-
munity was. expanded with the
idea of having a sidewalk run
through town. It was determined
that the newv sidewalk was to
grace the front of the new library
with' the expectation of a lot of
foot traffic from the public, espe-
cially school children walking to
and from the library.
Thank you, (then) Commis-
sioner Ricky Jenkins, for being
instrumental and seeing this vi-
sion. During his time in office,
Mr. Jenkins visited with me and
DOT often to make sure that the
new sidewalk would run just
right-and it does.
The new sidewalk truly en-
hances the library and surround-
ing area. 'It is so nice to see the
pride and hard work of our won-
derful community.
Mary C. Brown
Library director
Union County Public
S Library

Plea to
parents: be
aware of
children's
Facebook
activities
Dear Editor: .s'-
, Has you chiild Beeo a..ictim of
a predator on Facebook? Would
you even know if they had? They
may right now have one as a
friend and be in communication
.With them on a regular basis-
and your child thinks they are a
friend from school.
Does your child have an app
on their device that tells everyone
where they are whenever they
post a message, or do they make
it a habit of letting their friends
know where they are going? This
is like GPS, to a predator.
SIs your child one of those who
hides in their room or the bath-
ropm and takes suggestive poses
of themselves in the mirror, then
posts it -to their timeline? This is
like porn to a predator.
Do you have a Facebook ac-
count that is linked to your
child's that notifies you of every
post they send or receive? And
are-you aware of the fact that
they can have private conversa-


tions with home% er they want.
and you would never know it
because of private messaging?
And that there is a \'a\ for you
to monitor this.acti\it\ without
their knowledge?
Do you browse \our child's
friends' accounts to make sure
they are a real child or a fake one
set up by a predator?
1 had all of the above-safe-
guards in place and monitored
my child's account dail\ and had
a strict set of rules that she fol-
lowed for the most part. When
she or a friend broke a rule, it
was addressed and corrected at
once or the\ ecrc blocked.
None of this did me any good
when a sexual predator reached
out to my 12-year-old daughter
in the middle of the night with
a simple, "Hi." Anrid she w'as
naive enough to respond back.
and they continued to talk for
the next several hours. "Where
do you live?" "Where do you go
to school?" "What are your goals
in life?" Then,finally, "Show me
your boobs."'
* Thankfully, she stopped talk-
ing to this person at that time.
Later, he reached out to her
again, but by this time I. was
aware of it and had removed her
from Facebook.
My child was not the only one
targeted. He had several pictures
on his page of other local girls,
-and it sickened me. I reached.
out to all the parents involved so
they could protect their children,
but he will just move on to the
next set of girls.
So I felt the need to reach out to
all the parents to make you aware
of the dangers lurking around our
children. My child is no longer
safe to walk in Walmart alone or
to play outside alone because this
predator.has enough information
about her and knows what she
looks.like. So until he is caught
by the police, she' is in danger of
being taken.
So parents, please go to your
child's Facebook account and be-
come familiar, with their friends
and monitor who they associate
with. No amount of privacy that
a child feels they are entitled to
is worth the risk of them being
Sin the clutches of a sexual preda-
tor to do horrible' things to before
they are killed.
To protect my child, I can't
leave my 'name.
A very concerned parent

Shame on


Dear Editor:
About six or seven months
ago, someone dropped a puppy
off at my house. I live in the
country about 12 miles outside of
town. This puppy was so thin he
looked like hide stretched over a
skeleton. My wife and, I fed and
nursed him back to health. He
looks like a purebred chocolate
lab. Bo is about 10 months old
now.
About three months later, my
wife was going to town; and
someone had dropped off an-'
other puppy about 2 months old.
He was trotting up and down


the road. He was skinny, thirsty,
hungry and several miles from
any house. He was so pitiful.
she decided to .pick him up and
bring him home. Bear is about 6
months old now. He is a brown,
mixed-breed dog.
Well, guess what? This past
week. someone dropped off an-
other puppy about 2 months old.
This makes three puppies since
October. This puppy is black
with a white stripe under his
neck.
I have to wonder what kind of
person, with no sense of respon-
sibilitl. could drop off a small
puppM in the woods to starve
to death. If this person had any
sense of dignity or character,
they would at least take it to the
animal shelter. This type of irre-
sponsibility shows the character
and type of person who has no
conscious or decency and wants
to put his responsibility on oth-
ers. Shameon you.
I will install security cameras
to try and prevent this from hap-
pening on my road. I know this
will not eliminate the problem,
but I hope to eliminate mine,.
If interested in the pup. call me
at 386-496-1394.
Bobby C. Crawford

U.S. is in a
free fall
Dear Editor:
Unless you're doing a Rip Van
Winkle, you know that the Unit-
ed States of America is in a freef-
all toward oblivion. There are
literally dozens of major crises
in progress as you read this-ev-
erything from city, state and fed-
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we, Americans, have made seri-
ous mistakes at the ballot box. It
is my considered opinion that we
are in more danger now than we
were the day after the Pearl Har-
bor attack.
Our way of life, including our
right to pursue happiness, our
right to religious freedom, our
right to follow our conscience,
our right to privacy and our right
to life itself, is under attack, not
only from without, but from
within. Yes, there is a war being
waged on us by various terrorist
groups. Yes, there is an adminis-
tration in Washington conducting
a "reign of error."
Unless America undergoes a
quick recovery of its senses, we
cannot possibly continue to ex-
ist as a first-rate nation, let alone
function as the leader/of the free
world. And that will happen only
if our pastors begin to tell. the
truth. That's right-our church
leaders, across the board, across
the denominations. Tell the truth.
From everything can discov-
er, the.vast majority of our church
leaders today are basically silent.
They are ignoring what is hap-
pening. If that had happened dur-
ing our beginnings, there may
not have been a successful revolt
. against the' British crown, since
many church pastors were at the
front of the line when it came to
theAmerican Revolution.
Of course, many of today's
pastors would excuse themselves
from such action. After all, they
don't want to lose their tax-ex-
empt status. To those indiyidu-
als, I say, "Poppycock!" There is
nothing to prohibit a pastor from
encouraging hiis congregation to
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strongly advise their people to
become educated, to contact leg-
islators, to attend meetings, to fi-
nancially support organizations
which reflect their values and to
defend themselves from out-of-
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They will not violate any edict
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find it. There are none.
To all pastors, I would say this
is critical. Prompt your people to-
pray without ceasing, to become
involved. Tell them the truth; it'
is your duty. We need you to step,
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Tigers need young players to step up in a hurry this year


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
SWhen Union County High
School head football coach
RonnN Pruitt looks back at last
year, he sees a team that relied
on a solid, group of seniors
en route- to its second straight
undefeated regular season and
a second straight District 7-'1A
championship.
What Pruitt said was the
team's strength last )ear is now
*gone with the graduation of 23
seniors. Most of those players
Were three-year starters.
S"This year,. we don't have
that," Pruitt said. "We've got, I
think, eight seniors. We're going
to be starting a lot of sophomores.
We're just a younger team." ,
Thos younger players haven't


been in the "fire," as Pruitt likes
to say. but that's not necessarily
a bad thing.
"With them being young.
we're able to coach them and
correct a lot of bad habits."
Pruitt said. "In that aspect, it's
good. It's good for the future, but
they're going to have to grow up
real fast. '" '
"I think they will. These kids
are great workers. They work out
hard. They give you everything
they've got."
When it comes to looking.
at the offensive and defensive
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said it's hard to figure out which
one will kind of carry the team.
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be the stronger of the two last
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the defense.
This year, Pruitt said he
thinks defense will be the team's
strength, but admitted it could
just as easily be the offense.
"I don't know," the coach
admitted. "Maybe it's a game
somebody's playing with me."
-Pruitt likes several things
about his defensive group,
including a linebacker corps
that features returning seniors
Princeton Alexander and Austin
Dukes.
Dukes is coming off of a
season in which he recorded 114
tackles. His coach thinks he can
be even better this year.
"I think he's gotten a little
quicker." Pruitt said. "I see him
making plays this year that he
probably wouldn't have made
last year."
Sophomore Casey Driggers
has the potential to make an
impact at outside linebacker
simply because-of his desire and
tenacity. Pruitt said. The coach
described Driggers as "an athlete
in a little man's body," noting
Driggers probably only weighs
approximately 150 pounds.
"He puts himself in position
to either make the play or allow
somebody else to make that
play," Pruitt said.
What really stands out to
Pruitt about the defensive unit is
the secondary, which, as a group,
has the most experienced players
on the team: seniors Geordyn
Green,Andrew Jones and Phillip
Lillie.
Green, who was recognized by
the Gainesville Sun for having
an area-best seven interceptions,
is the player who makes things
happen, Pruitt said. Green knows
where every defensive player
-needs to line up and has a knack
for always being where he needs
to be to make a play.
"He sees the game .at a
different speed," Pruitt said. "It


ABOVE: Union
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kind of slows down a little bit for
him,-so he makes plays that he's
really not in position for."
Jones and Lillie may be
alike in ability, but stand out as
different personalities. Pruitt
said Jones is quite, while Lilly
tends to be a bit more vocal.
"He's a Friday night player,"
Pruitt said of Lillie. "He lives for
Friday nights. He's one of those
who motivates everybody."
When it comes to experience,
the defensive line is the exact
opposite of the secondary. Pruitt
said three sophomores could
possibly wind up starting on the
line. Two of those sophomores
are Joseph Merriex and Josh
Smith. Pruitt said Merriex' is
approximately 6-2, 260 and can
run "east and west real quick.
Smith, who is approximately


Preseason football classics kick off Friday


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
High school football kicks
off Friday, Aug. 23, with 7
p.m. preseason kickoff classics
featuring varsity and junior
-x('^isi l.v'pl a,,e rs.- -- ," ': .
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respectively, while Keystone
Heights travels to Orange Park
to play Ridgeview.
, As preseason games, kickoff
classics don't affect tcams'
records. The regular season kicks
off Friday, Aug. 30. Bradford
will travel to Live Oak to play
Suwannee, while Keystone and
Union will host West Nassau
and Potter's House, respectively.


Those games will start at 7:30
p.m.
Bradford and Unioh were
scheduled to play each other in a
preseason game last year, but the
game was canceled due to the
field conditions.in.- sir.kt after
heavy ra.mMs. A
Keystone diS "play" a
preseason game, losing 21-8 to
Ridgeview. The varsity teams
played each other in the first
half, with Ridgeview holding
a 7-0 advantage. The Panthers'
score-a 47-yard touchdown
pass--did not occur until the
- 3:35 mark of the second quarter.
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Indians look to make strides passing, avoid injuries in '13


S BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Things don't change much
or the Ke\stone Heights High
school football team. As head
Uoach Chuck D)ickinson says
every year. the team's goal on
offense is to run the ball, control
the clock and limit opposing
teams' offensive touches.
Having said "thai, it is
important that the Indians show
improvement in the passing
ame. Dickinson said the team
completed approximately .35.
percent of its pass attempts last
season. That percentage needs to
be near 50 or 60, he said.
SImprovement, though, doesn't
[all on one player's shoulders.
"Some of it was poor reads,"
pickinson said. "Some of it was
dropped balls."
SBlake Valenzuela returns
as the starting quarterback.
Dickinson said the main thing
for Valenzuela is gaining
confidence during games.
"A lot of it is just going to be
.him making the right decisions
and continuing to work at his
mechanics," Dickinson said.
"That's the biggest thing-
getting all-.of his mechanics right
and gaining confidence.
"I think it's one of those things
where if you start off with your
Receivers catching the ball and
fiot dropping it,'that's going to




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Continued from 5B
5-9, 265, is also quick, Pruitt
said, despite his "l1w center of
gravity."
"Hepa sm
He can even play some
running back for us," Pruitt said:
Pruitt said the strength. of
the line with be defensive end
N den McClellan, a junior and
retuming starter. Like Driggers,
iMcClellan is not big. Pruitt said
McClellan probably' weights
,155-160 pounds soaking wet, but
Sjadded that McClellan isn't afraid
Sto go after any player in practice,
including 230-pound fullback
Daquin "Buddy" Edwards.
"He'll' hit the biggest of
anybody out here-.including
Buddy-and make it work,"
,.Pruitt said. "He knows how to
,,get through traffic and knows
how to take on blocks. Some of
that you don't teach. Sqme of
hat's natural."
Edwards is a defensive
ineman as well, but his main
contribution this year is most
likely going to be in the offensive
'backfield. He rushed for close to
900 yards last season as a junior
and figures. to lead a group that
.should be the offensive unit's
strength.
J.Pruitt said Edwards is a
formidable runner, noting that
there aren't many defensive
linemen or linebackers at the
high school level who have
Edwards' size.


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has the ans
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who each weigh approximately
200 pounds.
"Both of those kids can
clean over 300 and bench over
300," Dickinson said. "Michael
probably has a little bit more
speed. He brings that to the
table. He's had some good runs
for us over the years."
The offensive line gets a boost
with the return of Tate Williams
at center, plus Dakota Black
and Brandon Johnson bring
experience to the guard positions,
while John Loftis occupies one


Keystone Heights High School head football coach Chuck Dickinson (standing,
background) watches quarterback Blake Valenzuela (far right) and the offense
during an Aug. 9 practice.


boost his confidence."
Dickinson said his receivers-
players such as Micah Brown,
Brighton Gibbs and Grant
McGee-do a good job of
running routes. They just need
tc make sure they look the ball
into their hands.
Brown, Gibbs and McGee
are' all experienced players,
with Brown giving the Indians


"When he's running downhill,
he doesn't come down with just
one tackle," Pruitt said. "When
you've got a fullback like that,
you've got to ride him."
The Tigers lost running backs
Prince Alexander and Walter
Mabrey-a 1,000-yard rusher-
to graduation. Pruitt said
sophomores Darian Robinson
and Isaiah Johnson will step
into those roles, but added that
McClellan will contribute as
well as defensive secondary
players Green, Jones and Lillie.
Green saw quite a bit of time
at running back last year and
showed what he can do. His 49-
yard, fourth-quarter touchdown
run helped the Tigers defeat
Keystone Heights 8-7.
"He's an electrifying player,"
Pruitt said. "He's got tremendous
game speed."
Though Edwards is- the
Primary fullback,, Pruitt said he
would have no hesitations using
Lillie atthe position.
"It's a different dynamic,"
Pruitt said, "but I wouldn't
hesitate to hang my' hat on
Phillip and say, 'Hey, you've
got this whole game. Buddy, we.
need you on defense.'
"I've got a good group of
running backs."
Quarterback Chandler Mann
has graduated, but Pruitt feels
the position will surprise people
this season. Junior Caleb Cox,
who saw playing time last
year-including starting one
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the option of lining him up at,
receiver or tight end.
"He's playing both positions,"
Dickinson said. "He gives us a
little dimension there with his
height. He's 6-4 or so."
Though improving the passing
game is a goal, the bulkk of
Keystone's offense will consist
of running the ball. Despite the
graduation of 1,000-yard rusher


injury to Mann, will take over
the starting role.
"He's getting better and
better," Pruitt said. "I think we're
going to start building a whole
lot of things off the quarterback,
and that's something we haven't
been able to do in years past-
have a quarterback who can get
you out of trouble with his feet
or with his arm."
Senior Talon Tyler is the only
returning starter on the line, so
he will be counted on heavily.
The line will not only be
inexperienced, but smaller
as well. The graduation
of players such as Cheito
Azcarate, Jerry Keller and Laris
Paige represents a loss of
approximately 970 pounds.
Pruitt said several linemen
this year will be less that 200


Alex Gonzales, Dickinson feels
good about Sam Anderson,
Michael Carroll and Darein
Gilio, a transfer student who
-played at KHHS previously.
Dickinson said Anderson is
probably the fastest, adding,
"Once he gets in the open field,
he does a good job of running."
Dickinson said Carroll and
Gilio are both strong players


pounds each.
"We're going to have to teach
them to block smarter," Pruitt
said.
Though the Tigers won the
District 7 championship last year
with an undefeated record, they
wound up losing in the second
round of the playoffs to district
opponent Newberry. Newberry
loses a lot of its skill players,
but Pruitt said the Panthers will
be experienced along the line of
scrimmage and will be one of
the teams battling Union for the
district crown.
Pruitt said Newberry should
be the district's most dominating'
team up front, while he expects
Dixie County to be the district's
most dominating team all
around.
Chiefland, which won a total


of the tackle positions. Other
players who will be counted on
to step up include Johnnie Fitts,
Ty Johnson, Joe Pace and Roy
Williams.
Many of the offensive.linemen
will also be counted on to play
on the defensive line. Like%%ise,
Keystone's running backs and
wide receivers will also be
counted on to play defensively
as well at linebacker and in the
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of three games in three seasons
before, posting five wins last
year, should not be ,overlooked. ,
"If you overlook them, you're
going to get smacked in the
mouth," Pruitt said. "They've
got some athletes, and they've
got some good coaches."
District opponent Baldwin
moved up to Class 4A this year,
while Williston joins the district
after playing as an independent.
"Williston, I think, is a couple
of years away," Pruitt said. "I've
seen their, young kids. Their
future looks real bright."

While Pruitt said he has to
figure out how to get the Tigers
Over the hump when it comes to
the postseason, the most he can
ask of his pla ersJis to. put forth
hard work, and, bring the right


attitude to the field.
In talking of attitude, Pruitt
was reminded of last year's 28-
14 victory over Dixie County.
The Tigers trailed 14-7 at the
half, but players were confident
walking off the field at the break.
"I had one- of them say,
'Coach, don't worry. We've got
this.' I'm thinking, 'Well, I'm
worried, and it doesn't look like
we've got it.' They kind of came
together on their own," Pruitt.
said. "That was the first time the
coaches didn't have to sit there
and rah-rah and give speeches
from 20 years ago and this and
that.,
"That's what I'm hoping
transfers from last year's team to
this team."


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Joanna Cooper
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-Mrs.
Joanna (Ann) May Cooper. 90,
of Keystone Heights passed away
SThursday. Aug. 15,. 2013, at Windsor
Manor Nursing Home in Starke.
Mrs. Cooper was born on Jan. 28.
*1423, in Mentone. Ind., to the late
:Ra\ and Flossie (Jefferies) Coplen.
She had been a longtime resident
of Keystone Heights. moving from
South Bend, Ind.. in 1958 with her
husband and sons.
Mrs. Cooper retired from the U.S.
Post Office after 17 years of service.
was a member of American Gold
Star Mothers Inc. (an organization
of mothers who have lost a child
in the service of our country),
a longtime member of TOPS, a
member of Fresh Start Fellowship
Church and was actively involved
with Keystone Senior Services.
She was preceded in death by:
her husband, Kenneth D, Cooper;
sons Larry F. Cooper and Gary
R. Cooper; daughter Marianne K.
Cooper; and brothers Joseph Karns,
and Sam Coplen.
She is survived by: brother
John Coplen of South Bend, Ind.;
grandchildren Russ Cooper of Las
Vegas, Roni Cooper of Los Angeles
and Jay Cooper of Atlanta; and two
great-grandchildren, Rex William
and Beatrice Rose Cooper, both of
Atlanta..
Though Ann never met a rose she
didn't adore, please consider making
a donation to the Disabled Veterans
National Foundation at www.dvnf.
org.
The family will receive friends at
the funeral home during the funeral
services, which are scheduled for
Thursday, Aug. 22 at 10 a.m. 'in
the Jones-Gallagher Funeral Home,
chapel, with. Pastor Steve Conner
officiating. Burial will follow at
'Keystone Heights Cemetery. -I
.Arrangements are under the care
of Jones-Gallagher Funeral Home of
Keystone Heights.
PAID OBITUARY

Herbert Earl
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-
Herbert "Herbie" David Earl, 87,
of Keystone Heights died Saturday,
Aug. 17,2013, at the Bailey Hospice
Center in St. Augustine.
SHe was born in Harriman, N.Y.,
,qn July 22, 1926, to the late Herbert
Joseph and Mildred (Hall) EArl.
He served in the U.S. Navy during
World War II. and retired from
the state of New York as a master
plumber. He had been a resident of
Keystone Heights since 1989. I
He was preceded in death by:
wife, Lillian: daughter Deborah
Earl; and grandson Casey James
Rose.
.. He is survived by: his companion
and caretaker for the past 11
years, Beth Collins; daughters
Merrilee Franzen and Pam Grant,


both of Tucson. Ariz., and Kathy
Shostak of Greenville. N.Y.: and
numerous grandchildren and great-
grandchildren.
SThere are no services being held
at this time. Burial will take place
in Highland Mills, N.Y. In lieu of
flowers, contributions can be made
to Community Hospice Foundation
For Caring. 4266 Sunbeam Road.
Jacksonville, FL 32257.
Arrangements are under the care
of Joncs-Gallagher Funeral Home of
Ke stone Heights.

Keith
Gillingham Sr.
STARKE-Keith Dexter
Gillinghamrn Sr., 71, of Starke passed
away Thursday. Aug. 15, 2013, in
Gainesville.
Mr. Gillingham was born April
1942 to the late Dexter and Bea
(Smith) Gillingham in Sanford,
Maine. He had been a resident of
Starke since 1977. Mr. Gillingham
was a member at St. Mark's
Episcopal Church. He graduated
from Florida State University with a
bachelor's in business management
and was a member of the Kappa
Alpha fraternity. He was a past
member of the Jacksonville Jaycees
and the Rotary Club of Starke, where
he received the Paul Harris award.
Mr. Gillingham also played a
significant role in getting Pop Warner
Football started in Starke. He was
, the prior owner of Dexter's Cafe and
Lil Skeeter's and had most recently
owned and operated Creative
Designs By Dexter, specializing in
whimsical, outdoor furniture, until
retiring in 2008.
Mr. Gillingham was an artist at
Gallery 26 inMelrose and traveled
throughout Florida and Georgia4
Showing his whimsical, outdoor
furnhiture.at art shows.
During the last years of his life, he
enjoyed traveling extensively with
his wife.
He is survived by: his wife of
48 years, Linda K. Gillingham; a
daughter, Kathleen (Lou) Hoffman
of. Ohio; a son, Keith. Dexter
Gillingham Jr. of Gainesville; a
brother, Wade (Donna) Gillingham
of Waldo; and his beloved five
grandchildren, Brandon Dexter
Gillingham, Bradley Jacob
Gillingham,. Bryce Hinton
'Gillingham, Faith Nicole Hoffman
and Hope Alexis Hoffman.
A memorial service will be
held at 3 p.m. on Sunday, Aug, 25,
at St. Mark's Episcopal Church,
with Father Dennis O'Neill,
rector, officiating. In lieu of
flowers, the family requests that
memorial donations be made. in Mr.
jillIrghlam' nmen ,>r\ to: St. Mjrk';
Epi-sopal Church, PO: Bo\ 4,S",
Starke, FL 32091.
Arrangements are by Jones-
Gallagher Funeral Home of Starke.
PAID OBITUARY


Luther Griffis
Luther Griffis
STARKE-Luther Doyle Griffis,
76, 'of Starke died on Tuesday, Aug.
20. 2013, at the VA Medical Center
in Gainesville.
He was born on Oct. 31, 1936,
in Starke, to the late Luther Pete
Griffis and Beatrice Dixon-Griffis.
A lifelong resident of Starke, he
served in the United States Navy.
He was preceded in death by: his
wife, Gloria Jean Griffis; and his
sister Wanda Curtis.
He is survived by: four children,
Kenneth Griffis, Lionel Griffis,
Dorlia Griffis-Havard, and Misti
Griffis-Lawson,all of Starke: brother
Lawrence Griffis; sister Barbara
Jean McLeod; 12 grandchildren;
and eight great-grandchildren.
Graveside services will be held
on Thursday, Aug.'"22, at 3 p.m. at
Griffis Family Cemetery. In lieu
of flowers, donations may be made
to the National Kidney Foundation
Finance Department, 30 E. 33rd
St., New York, NY 10016, or the
American Heart Association, P.O.
Box 840692, -Dallas, TX 75284-
0692.
, Arrangements are under the care
and direction of Archie Tanner
Funeral Services of Starke.

Patsy Griffis
STARKE-Patsy Ruth Thomas
Griffis, 69, of Starke died Thursday,
'Aug. 15,2013, at Haven Hospice E.T.
York Care Center in Gainesville.
She was born Feb. 17, 1944, in
Bradford County to the late William
and Mildred (Thigpen) Thomas
and was a lifelong area resident.
Prior to retirement, she worked for
the Bradford County School Board
as a bus driver.' Her husband, John
Carlton "J.C?' Griffis, preceded her
in death. .-
She is survived by: son, John
Carlton "Jay" (Robin) Griffis Jr, .of
Starke; and one granddaughter..
Graveside funeral services were
conducted on Aug. 19 at Crosby
Lake Cemetery, with Pastor Charles
Starling officiating. '
' "Arrangements'- 'are,' 'by' Jones-
Gallagher Funeral Home of Starke.


Keystone Heights passed away Aug.
14,2013,from injuries she sustained
in an automobile accident.
Mrs. Johnson was born in
Butler. Pa., on Nov. 10, 1929. to
the late Paul V. and Melda Mae
(Cla\pool) McJunkin. In 1968. she
and her husband moved in Ke 'stone
Heights from Camp Lejeune. N.C.,
and opened the P&J Quick Stop.
She was a dedicated Christian
member of Trinity Baptist Church,
a member of Keystone Women's
Club and a member of the Beta
Sigma Phi sorority for 62 years, and
enjoyed volunteering for Lake Area
Ministries and the Keystone Senior
Center.
Mrs. Johnson's husband. Carl J.
Johnson, and sisters Evelyn Simko
and Janet Kanish preceded her in
death.
Survivors are: her children, Paul
G. (Tina) Johnson of Crawfordville ,
and Joy Johnson and Jack R.
Johnson of Keystone Heights. Also
left behind is one sister, Shirley
Steim of Kittanning, Pa.; four
granddaughters; one grandson, and
five great-grandchildren.
Funeral services were held
Aug.18 at Trinity Baptist Church,
with Pastor James Peoples and
Pastor-Scott Stanland officiating. A
private burial followed at Keystone
Heights Cemetery.
The family, has requested
contributions to be made to Lake
Area Ministries, P.O. Box 1385,'
Keystone Heights, FL 32656.
Arrangements are under the care
of Jones-Gallagher Funeral Home
of Keystone Heights.
PAID OBITUARY

John Powell
LAKE BUTLER-John
"Wayne." Powell, 57, of Lake Butler,
died suddenly Saturday, Aug. 17,
2013, at his home.
He served his couiltry in the U.S.
Marine Corps for six years. He
earned his "dress blues" as an honor
graduate from boot camp, and also
received a letter of commendation,
Meritorious Mast, Good Conduct
Medal and Rifle Expert Badge. He
then went on to use his expertise in,
carpentry and construction for 30-
plus years.
Wayne was preceded in death
by: his father, Tyra Powell, and his
nephew Dustin "Dusty" Powell.
He is survived by: his
daughter, Angelina Kelley; two
granddaughters; mother, Geraldine
Powell; brothers Thomas "Tommy"
Powell, Mitchel'l Powell and Terry,
(Tammy) ,Powell: and his sister,
Susan "Susie" Forsyth.
Memorial services were held in
the chapel of&.Archer Funeral Home
in Lake Butler on Aug. 21, withRev.
Kirby Crosley officiating.
Archer Funeral' Home of Lake
Butler is in charge of arrangements.


of Boutie. La.. daughters Tonya
Rowe and Sidra Rowe. both of
Milwaukee, Wis.. and Lisa Rowe
Lewis of Starke: brothers Bill\
Demps, Eugene Strong and Henry
Strong, all of Jacksonville. Willie
Strong. James Strong and Lamar
St.ro., a!! of Lawtev, and Edward
Strong of Starke; six grandchildren:
and three great- grandchildren.
Funeral services will be held at I1I
a.m. on Saturday, Aug. 24. atMount
Zion AME Church in Lawtey,
with Rev. Corretta Carter, eulogist,
conducting the services. Interment
will be held at Peetsvillle Cemetery
in Lawtey. Visitation will be held
Friday, Aug. 23, from 3 p.m. until 4
p.m. for family at the Carl D. Haile
Memorial Chapel and from 5 p.m.
until 7 p.m. for friends at Mount
Zion AME Church. Visitation will
also be on Saturday, Aug. 24, one
hour prior to the service.
The cortege will form at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. James Rowe
at 2462 Lake St. in Lawtey.
Arrangements are by Haile
Funeral Home Inc. of Starke.

William Todd
FT. MYERS-William Henry
Todd died Wednesday, Aug. 14,'
2013.
He was born in King, W.Va.,
on April 25, 1918, to Clement and*
Mary Hannah Todd. He enlisted in
the U.S. Navy, serving in the Pacific,
during World War II. He was
awarded a purple heart for injuries
received in action while on the USS
Intrepid. After discharge from the
Navy, he worked in federal service
for 42 years, retiring from the Naval
Electronic Engineering Command.
He was preceded in death by his
"wife of 54 years, Marion.
He is survived by:.children Cathy
(Will) Wilber of Fleming Island,
Bill (Sue) Todd of Charlotte, N.C.,
and Patti (Todd) McGee of Fort
Myers; six grandchildren; and six
great- grandchildren.
Interment was held Aug. 17 at
Dekle Cemetery in Lake Butler. A
Celebration of Life service was held
Aug. 18, at Faith United Methodist
Church iq Fort Myers.
Memorials may be made to
Faith United Methodist Church in
Fort Mye.rs or to Hope Hospice.
Archer Funeral Home is in
charge of the arrangements.


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She is survived by: her husband,
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BRADFORD COUNTY- Clara
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family by her side.
She was born on March 3, 1927,
to the late Riley Sweat and Ella
Tomlinson Sweat." Clara was a
homemaker.
She was preceded in death by:
her husband, Ossie Wynn; and
sister, Lucille Yarbrough.
She is survived by: her children,
SPat (Jimmie) Mosley, Tommy
S(Alma) Wynn, Steve (Cheryl)
Wynn and Karen (Clif) Hatcher;
.brother, Riley (Sharon) Sweat Jr.,
10 grandchildren; and 25 great-
grandchildren. '
Funeral services will be held
on Friday, Aug. 23, at 11 a.m.. at
Sampson City Church of God,
with Rev. Gene Bass officiating.
Interment will follow 'at Wynn
Cemetery. The family will receive
friends on Thursday, Aug. 22, from
6 p.m. until 8 p.m. at the church.


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8B ~TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR B SECTION *THURSDAY, AUG. 22, 2013


Jay Norman and Zack Smith with big bass and
winning catch at the Aug. 15 Sampson Lake
tournament.


Fishing,
alligator
-trapping and
archery season
Wet weather continues to be
the prominentfactor in planning
our outdoor lives, and .we are
entering a critical time of the year
for weather. Fall rain in Florida
can be mild and replenishing,
but it can also be a deluge from a
tropical storm. At the writing of
this article, we were anticipating
significant rain from a western
front and expecting a front from
the east to dissipate.
With much of our ground
saturated with water, do keep an
eye on the weather and plan your
outdoor lives accordingly.

Fishing outlook
Bass action is better early and
late.
Thursday, Aug. 21, which
will feature a full moon, will
probably be the last time for
bluegills to generate communal
beds. .. .. .. ,
Shrimp, although small, are
now being caught in the St.
Johns River.
The croaker bite in the St.
SJohns' is good and producing
some good size fish:
.*' The flounder bite might be
waning some, but they should


Sbe a good size at this time of the
year.

Bass tournament
results
The weekly Sampson Lake
Open Tournament was held
on Aug. 15. Like so often this
summer, wet Weather made an
appearance, but it did little to
dampen the fishermen's passion
for bass fishing. The results of
the tournament are as follow s:
First place and big bass-
Jay Norman and Zack Smith;
Second place-Jonathan
Nash and Richard Kingsburs:
Third place-Ed Allen and
Mike Clemmons;
Fourth place-Ethan Bo%
and Richard Kelly.
The Sampson Lake group will
hold its classic tournament on
Thursday, Aug. 22.

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Conservation Commission is
advertising for nuisance alligator
trappers for Bradford and Union
counties'.n'tirderlto be eligible.
you must reside in the county of
application. ConsequentlN. t1.o
people wilLbe needed tofill both
positions.
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is understood that trappers will
be allowed to sell the skin and
meat of any captured alligator.
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Applicants cannot have any
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Archery and Paul
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Deer season by way of archery
opens next month on Saturday,
Sept. 14, and one of the best go-
to resources for bow hunting is
Paul Landry.
Has Landry already started
making preparations for bow
hunting? "Absolutely," he said.
He has made two different
plantings around his stand and
experienced some complications
due to the rain, but he is getting
things under control. He has
been feeding corn' and has
encountered no conflicts with
bears so far. He recently deleted
more than 800 photos from his
game camera that shoed large
numbers of does and several
small bucks.
Interestingly, LandrN
indicated that the deer antler
growth c.cle had almost reached
a totally hardened status.and the
bucks "ere starting to rub the
antler \el~et off on saplings and
small branches. One notation he
made %%as that the rub indicators
%ere another wa\ to gauge the
buck population in a given area.
but another interesting point %%as
that antler growth is an excellent
example of one of the fastest-
growing liBing tissues known
to man. Apparently at the peak
growth cycle. white-tailed deer
antlers will grow frm 10.25 to
0.5 inches within i 2-i-ha.ur
period.
When asked about other
issues bow hunters might want
to consider before Sept.14.
Landr\ targeted mainly\


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for Shawn Kennedy, who
fished with his father,
Shane.
equipment topics. After one-
and sometimes more than one-
season of temporary retirement,
bowstrings and cables need to
be replaced. Sometimes, they
might not deteriorate during
the inactivity, but they will
stretch. The stretch will interfere
with the bow's accuracy and.will
also require some adjustments.
Some practice is -Iso essential
in order to restore a feel for the
equipment, and subtle changes
like string stretch will actually)
require a new feel.
Another interesting point
LandrN made was that deer are
more relaxed during archer.
season, and while the kill
potential of a'bow is obviously
not as great as with a firearm, the
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Camp Blanding medics hone their skills to save lives


BY STAFF SGT. DERROL
FULGHUM
Special.to the Telegraph-Times-
Monitor
Injuries are an unfortunate
fact of life for any warrior. Med-
ics can be, quite literally, the
lifeblood of our armed forces.
They patch utip wounds, stick
people with needles or simply
provide the medicine needed to
get rid of a nasty cough. They,
perhaps more than any others in
oLir armed forces, must stay cur-
rent on their training.
ihe 256' Area Medical Sup-
pbrt Company, out. of 'Camp
Landing Joint Training Center,
realizes the gravity of.its mem-
bers' jobs and takes training se-
riously. The medics teamed up
with the [' of the I 111'" Aviation
Regiment during their annual
training this year to refine their
skills and work on medical evac-
uation training.
Medics 'don't just. have the


lives of others'i.n their hands.
The\, also have to remain curreni
on the common tasks all troops
are required to kno\.
,'Many of our medics come
here to brush uip on their train-
ing and also learn newv skills to
maintain their status in the na-
tional registry," said Capt. Jac-
queline Zaluaga. the conmpan\
commander. "*We train up our
medics in the medical field, as
well as being out in the field.
They're able to do nine-line
MEDEVACS. land navigation;
(or they arc) able to find and re-
con a site, in case they do have
to go out and find patients or ca-
sualties."
The medics first staged near
a landing zone on Camp Bland-
ing. where "patients" were lying
in a field after a simulated am-
bush. They tended to the w ound-
ed on the field, then put them on
stretchers to transport them to
ambulances. The work contin-


ued inside, with x ital signs being
iccordcJ every five minutes, and
oxygen and IV fluids pumped
into the casualty.
lhe training was fast paced,
and pressure mounted. One
medic missed the vein on her
patient during -her first attempt
at introducing fluids. She wiped
s\ cat from her forehead before
suddenly\ realizing that her uni-
form \\as covered in ants. She
s,,cratched her shoulder briefly
before making a second attempt.
The sergeant in the ambulance
with her quickly finished ty-
ing off a tourniquet, and then
stepped in, ordering her to re-
mo\ c the top part of her uni-
form. She complied only long
enougIh to remove her blouse
before continuing to treat her
patient. This level of dedication
and teamwork is necessary on
the battlefield.
"We train for real world," said
Staff Sgt. Joe' Obradovich, a


Spc. Elise McNabb, a medic with the 256th Area
Medical Support Company, treats a wound during a
medical evacuation exercise at Camp Blanding.


team leader and evaluating NCO
for this scenario. "These (troops)


are eager to learn. They're doing
the refresher EMT course, which


wve condense into a two-week
period during annual training."
After their patients were sta-
ble, the medics moved them to
the landing zone, where a LIH-
60 Black Hawk helicopter, mod-
ified for transporting casualties,
picked the patients up and air
lifted them to the troop medical
clinic on Camp Blanding.
Once there, the casualties con-
tinued to receive care from mili-
tary professionals at the region's
premiere training center.
"I train them well, so that i*"'
I'm injured, they're taking good
care of this guy," Obradovich
said with a chuckle, two thumbs
pointed at his chest. "They're
doing very well. 1 would have
absolutely no problem going to
war with them."

This story is courtesy of the
Florida National Guard Public
Affairs and the website www.
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INDIANS
continued from 6B

Dickinson Paid relying heavily
on so many players to go both
ways is always a concern, but
it is of special concern this
season as the Indians will have
approximately 26 players.
S"Conditioning's going to be
our biggest factor, I think, going
into the year," Dickinson said.
i'We've got to be in'great shape.
I "Of course, we've got to have
Little luck in avoidihg.injuries."
SCarroll 'is one of those two-
way players as he will also play
linebacker.
S"It's definitely going to be
a challenge," Carroll said of
players having to play on both
sides of the ball. "We've just
got to be out here practicing


every day and getting as much
conditioning as we can."
Carroll will team up with
players such as Anderson and
Gilio to fill the linebacker spots.
Dickinson said that position
should, be the defensive unit's
strength. Keystone did lose
leading tackler John Brown to
graduation, but Anderson was
right up there near the top in
tackles as well. As a freshman,
Anderson joined the varsity
team thidway through the season
and wound up finishing in the
top four.in tackles. Last year, he
was in the top three.,
"For him, the experience of'
two years of playing ought to
be a big plus," Dickinson said.
"He's got tremendous speed and
strength."
Though Dickinson views
linebacker as the defensive unit's


strength, it is also the biggest
area of concern because of the
depth issues at both that position
and at running back.
"They've got to be in great
shape," Dickinson said of
Anderson, Carroll and Gilio.
"We've got to do a good job
as coaches of rotating them or
whatever we've got to do so we
don't wear them out."
Dickinson said he felt the
Indians' strength last year was
its defense, with' players who
had been in the system two or
three years understanding what
the coaches wanted them to do.
Dickinson said he especially felt
the players did a good job of
defending the pass.
The secondary did lose a
couple of players to graduation,
but there is experience there
with Brown, Gibbs and McGee.


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actually played a lot," Dickinson
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only got four or five (total)."
The defensive line will be led
.by returning nose guard Josh
Knight, who is the latest i.n a
line of undersized players who
have stood out at that position
for Keystone. Dickinson said
Knight, who's probably 5-6 or
5-7 and weighs 150-155 pounds,
is "super quick," has a motor
that's always running and loves
to hit.
"If they don't block him, he'll
mess up some plays," Dickinson
said. "He might not make the
tackle, but he'll get into the
backfield and disrupt the play."
There is a battle for place-
kicking duties between Carroll,
JJ. Schofield and Kyler
Teague. However, Dickinson


said he feels the team's kicking
game will be better this year.
He expects Carroll to handle
kickoff duties as well as possibly
punting.
Keystone plays in District
4-4A, which has a different
look this year. Gone are South
Sumter-'the district champion
the past two years-Mount
Dora-the district runner-up last
year-and Weeki Wachee. The
Villages moves up from Class
]A to join the district.
"I think it's going to be a very
competitive district," Dickinson
said.
With the exception of
one game-a 42-0 loss to
South Sumter-the Indians
were competitive last year in
compiling a 6-4 record. Their
three losses outside of the South
Sumter game were by a total of


Sam Anderson will help
carry the load at running
back after the graduation of
Alex Gonzales.

17 points. Keystone led Union
County 7-0 before Union scored
the winning touchdown and two-
point conversion approximately
three minutes into the fourth
quarter. Against Bradford, the
Indians rallied from a 20-0
deficit to make it .a six-point
game before eventually losing
28-21. In a 23-14 loss to Mount
Dora, the score was tied at 14-all
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prepared and did what we were
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48'Homes for Sale
49 Mobile Homes for Sale
50 For Rent


INDEX
51 Lost/Found
52 Animals & Pets
53 Yard Sales
54 Keystone Yard Sales
55 Wanted
56 Trade or Swap
57 For Sale
58 Building Materials
59 Personal Services
60 Secretarial Services
61 Scriptures
62 Vacation/favel


63' Love Lines
64 Business Opportunity
65 Help Wanted
66 Investment Opportunity
67 Hunting Landfor Rent
68 Rent to Own
69 Food Supplements
70 Money toLend
72 Sporting Goods
73 Farm Equipment
U4 Computers & Computer
Accessories


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41
Auctions
KERR AUCTIONS, Lawtey
Fl. 23931 NW CR 225A.
Chickens, ducks, rabbits,
goats, turkeys, sheep, all
farm animals. Horses,
tack, farm equipment,
furniture, appliances. All
consignments welcome.
Cash sales only. 10%
buyers premium. 6pm
the 2nd and 4th Saturday
of every month. For more
information call Lyndel at
904-838-8069 or Randy
at.904-591-4191. AB199
and AU1896. Buy, sell,
or trade.


42
Motor Vehicles
& Accesories
S1991 CADILLAC DEVILLE,
2 owner. 112,750 miles,
4 new tires. $1,500. 904-
964-7944.
47
Commercial
Property (Rent,
Lease, Sale)
DOWNTOWN STARE Pro-
fessional Offices for rent,
$315 per month. Confer-
ence room, kitchen, utili-
ties and more provided.
904-364-8395.


UNER
LARIAT CREW CAB WITH ONLY 68K MILES.
GETS THE JOBS DONE.......................................
LOW MILES SPOTLESS CONDITION, MAKE PAYMENTS OF
$299/MO WITH 0 DOWN..:...................................


RETAIL SPACE in busy',
strip center. 1,000 sq.ft.
and 2,000 sq. ft. units.
South HWY 301 front-
age, across from the KOA
Campground. Call 352-
235-1675.
ATTN: STATE PROPERTY
MANAGER, we have a
two-story building, 9 offic-
es, dual A/C system, etc.
Will modify for long term
contract. For more infor-
mation call Mary Johnsbn
at 904-964-6305.
FOR RENT: Suite of offices.
Reception area, 3 offices, ;
break room, 2 bathrooms.
$550/mo. For more infor-
mation call Mary Johnson
at 904-964-6305.


..............................$299/ 0
SIS170


* 1-... ... . ........................................ ,.......................................o.... 1 iova
LUXURY FOR LESS! MAKEPAYMENTS OF................... .............$278/MO
OR CALL FOR CASH PRICE
GETS THE JOB DONE, LOW MILES, PRICED TO SELL.......................................$5,900
58K MILES.YOU DESERVE IT! YOU QUALIFY WITH A JOB
AND $99 DOWN.................................................................................$159/2 WEEKS
LOW MILES, DRIVE IN STYLE FOR LESS THAN $267/MO ONLY ..........................$14.995
LEATHER, SUNROOF, ONE OWNER............................................$14,995 OR $259/MO
LEATHER, LOADED, SUPER CLEAN..............................................$7,995 OR $169/MO
LUXURY FOR LESS! MAKE PAYMENTS'OF .................................:................................$388/MO
OR CALL FOR CASH PRICE
DOUBLE CAB, LIMITED, THE CLEANEST IN TOWN!! MUST SEE!!
MAKE PAYMENTS OF $289/MO WITH 0 DOWN..........v.......................................$16.500
LEATHER, BLUETOOTH, SPOTLESS CONDITION. GREAT ON GAS!
ANYONE QUALIFIES FOR FINANCING .........................................................$297/MO
PREVIOUSLY TURNED DOWN AT OTHER DEALERSHIPS??
WE HAVE 100% CREDIT APPROVALS.
CALL TODAY FOR INFORMATION $129 EVERY TWO WEEKS...............................$14,995
BLACK ON BLACK, STATUS SYMBOL, GET THE RED CARPET .
TREATMENT THAT YOU ARE LOOKING FORt!
SIGN AND DRIVE SPECIAL!!.................................................................... ..$3891/MO
4X4, WARRANTY, IT'S A JEEP THING MAKE OFFER MUST SELLASAP!...............$299/MO
DVD PLAYER, LOW LOW MILES. TAKE ON PAYMENTS OF ................................$278/MO0
DEAL OF THE WEEK! LOW MILES, GREAT ON .AS....................$...11,995 OR $19911/M10
NEW BODY STYLE, WE WANT PEOPLE WITH BAD CREDIT!!!
TAKE ON PAYMENTS OF ONLY-$268/MO...................................................$14,788 OBO
ONLY 14K1IILES, LEATHER, GREAT ON GAS!.......................................$..279/MO
WARRANTY! DEAL OF THE WEEK! 0 DOWN $239/MO........................................$13,995
CREW CAB, FULLY LOADED, 6K MILES, THIS IS THE ONE
YOU'VE BEEN LOOKING FORrAULL FOR BEST CASH PRICE............................289/MO
SUPER CLEANLOW MILES, TAKE ON PAYMENTS OF .................................$267/MO
WITH NO MONEY DOWN! HURRY UP WONT LAST!
LOW MILES, DRIVE IN STYLE FOR LESS THAN $267/MO .............. :.......... ONLY $14,995
BLACK ON BLACK, LEATHER LOADED! ANYBODY QUALIFIES!.................$...12,995 OBO
ONE OWNER, 90K MILES,; RELAIBLE, GREAT ON GAS............................$...10,995 OBO
4-DOOR, TRD OFFROAD PACKAGE, THIS TRUCK WILL
LAST FOREVER! WARRANTY..................................................................;$0 DOWN


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THURSDAY, AUG. 22, 2013 TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR B SECTION


Classified Ads -


19041964-6305

(3521473-2210

(3861496-2261


1 lB


Where one call

does it all -


FOR RENT PROFES-
SIONAL OFFICE. 1,500
sq ft.- $1,000/mo.- up to
3'000 sq.ft. contiguous
$2,000/mo. Warehouse
3,000 sq. ft. $800/mo.
Smith & Smith Realty.
904-964-9222.
RETAIL SPACE, downtown
Starke, off Walnut St.
Plenty of parking, large
space, bathroom utilities
included. $550/mo. 904-
908-4644.
49
Mobile Homes
For Sale
EX-LARGE DW. ON 2/3
acre. Fireplace, new
metal roof-AC-rugs. To-
tally refurbished. Owner
financing. 352-745-0094.
NEW 2014 28x80 huge 4
bedroom, $59,900. Set
up, A/C, steps, & skirt-
ing. Call 904-259-4663.
Waynefriermacclenny.
com.
NO MONEY DOWN, if you
own your own land. 3BR-
$349/mo. 4BR-$499/mo.
Turn key packages. Call
904-259-4663. wayne-
friermacclenny.com
USED SINGLE WIDE, like
new, fully remodeled.
$19,900 set up & deliv-
ered. Call 904-259-4663.
NORTH POINT HOMES
in Gainesville has the
largest selection of New
Jacobsen Homes in Flor-
ida. All at Factory Outlet
Prices! We also have 10
display models being sold
at cost. North Point Hwy.
441 N. Gainesville 352-
872-5566:
NEW 2013 28x52- 3/2
Jacobsen, only 1 left,
$45,900, inc. del-set-A/C-
skirting, and steps. No
gimmicks! North Pointe
Homes, Gainesville, 352-
872-5566. Free credit by
phone till 9pm.
ATTENTION! We buy used
mobile homes! Singles or
doublewides. Call Rusty
at North Pointe Homes,
352-872-5566.
14x70 MOBILE HOME
2BR/2 BA, walk in closet,
garden tub, double win-
dows, no appliances. Ask-
ing $8500. Call or text
for pictures or more inf.
904-769-6200.
50
For Rent
WE HAVE 2 OR 3 bedroom
MH, clean, close to pris-
6n, Call 352-468-1323.
TFN 50


NOW
ACCEPTING
APPLICATIONS
Southern Villas
of Starke
Ask about our
$199 Move in Special

non-HC Units. Central AC/
Heat, on-site laundry,.
playground, private, quiet
atmosphere.

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


Waldo Villas

Move-In
.Special

2 Bedroom
Townhome
$100 security
1/2 OFF 1st &
2nd month's rent
Equal housing opportunity.
This institution is an equal
opportunity provider &
employer.
Call Nita at
352-468-1971
TDD 800-955-9771


NICE MOBILE HOMES in
Lake Butler & Starke.
16x80 2BR/2BA, DW
3BR/2BA. 2 & 3 BR sin-
gle wides. Both fenced.
Deposit required. Call
678-438-6828.
MOBILE HOMES FOR
RENT starting at $525
per month. Hidden Oaks,
Lake Butler. Call 386-
496-8111.
PERMANENT ROOMS
for rent at the Magnolia
Hotel. Both refrigerator
and microwave. Special
rates, by the month. Call
'904-964-4303 for more
information.
LAKE BUTLER APART-
MENTS. Accepting ap-
plications for HC and non-
HC. 1,2,3, & 4 BR. Equal
housing opportunity. 1005
SW 6th St. Lake Butler,
32054. TDD/TTY 711.
Call 386-496-3141.
KEYSTONE Rentals,
2BR/1BA CH/A house,
$600/mo. 2BR/1Ba mo-
bile homes, $475-$550/
mo. All on small spring
feed lake, sandy beach.
Call for more information.
352-226-6226.
NICE MOBILE HOME,
2BR/1BA, $475/mo. plus
$400 deposit. South 301.
352-468-1455.
KEYSTONE HGTS. One
BR. Mobile, on Private
Land. fully furnished, real
nice condition. $275.
352-473-5745.
KINGSLEY LAKE- 1st floor,
1 BR./1 BAApt overlooking
Kingsley Lake. Refrig-
erator, stove & water.
Woodsy setting, quiet
neighborhood, access to
spacious dock. Ideal for
'professional. $575 per
month. Immediate occu-
pancy. Security Deposit
& credit check required.
Call 904-533-2862.
3B/2BA refinished MH with
3 acres on private lake
close to McRae Elemen-
tary. $800/mo. or contract
for deed. Available'9/1.
Call for details, Brian 904-
910-5960.
3BR/1BA BLOCK HOUSE
in Starke. CH/A; garage,
washer/dryer hookup,
- wood floors, located in
Starke in a quiet, safe
neighborhood. Walking
distance to schools and
stores. $725/mo. 1Island
$725 deposit. Call 386-
878-3240.
2BR/1BA MH. $450/mo.
$450 deposit. 904-364-


7107.
VERY CLEAN NEWLY
PAINTED, 2BR/1BA SW.
W/D hookup, CH/A., 1
acre, in country. $450/mo.
$500 deposit, no lease
Call 904-769-9559.
STUDIO APT. Includes
utilities. $475/mo plus
$250 deposit, ready now.
226B, S. Thompson
Street. Senior discount
available. Please text
or call Mr. Corbin at 904-
562-0099.
2BR/1.5BA, block home for
rent in Keystone. Fenced
backyard, fireplace, stor-
age building, CH/A. $650/
month. Call Bill or Denise
at 352-473-0350.
3BR/1.5BA. HOME, off Or-
ange St. behind Winn
Dixie. $750/mo. 352-745-
6601
MUST SEE quiet neighbor-
hood in Melrose. One-
Sbedroom apartment.
New vertical blinds and
carpet. Beautiful kitchen
cabinets. Many utilities
included in rent. Prefer no
pets and non-smoker. Call
352-475-3486.
EFFICIENCY APTS. South'
of Starke, free utilities and
Direct TV. Call Wayne,
352-258-3039.
KEYSTONE HGTS,
3BR/2BA. Triple Wide
MH. on small lake. $700/
mo. call 904-708-6591.
DUPLEX, 657 Breezeway
2BR./1.5BA. Attached
garage, stove, refrigera-
tor, dishwasher, $700/
mo. 1st, last, security.
Across from Keystone
Elem. School. Call 352-
473-5174.
STARKE, 3BR/2.5 BA. SW.
CH/A. outside city limits.
$550/mo. olus $550 de-
posit. Call 352-235-6319.
UPSTAIRS APT. private ac-
cess. 1 BR/1BA downtown
Starke. $475/mo. you pay
utilities. Call 904-908-
4644 10am-5pm. M-F.
DOUBLE WIDE & COUN-
TRY. 3B/2BA CH/A. Mini
blinds throughout, freshly
painted, covered deck,
quiet area, large yard.
$525/mo;. plus ,depos-
it. 11023 SE 49th Ave
Starke. 352-468-1093.
904-571-6561.
52
Animals & Pets
RHODE ISLAND red chicks,
2 mos. old. Burn barrels.
Sealed barrels. 904-263-
8675.


Starke Homes/

Pine Forest Apartments


1' and 2 BR Units Avail.
1 BR Wheelchair Accessible Unit
(Move in ready)

S This institution is-aneqal qpfo.tfl.hity --
provider and employer

(904) 964-6312
1530 W. Madison St
O Starke, FL

ETUAL .a0e TDD # 202-720-6382
OPPORTUNITY






4..y1629 mth
Fo e 2 Bedroom/2 Bath

Only,$6 mth
For the 3 Bedroom/2 Bath

Only$729 mth
For the 4 Bedroom/2 Bath
Call for current
MOVE-IN SPECIALS*


53A
Yard Sales
THE WOMEN OF LAW-
TEY Grace United Meth-
odist Church is trying
something new. There's
lots of parking. Anyone
is welcome to join with
their own yard sale on
Sep. 7th 9am-2pm. Call
or email for info. Food
& fellowship available.
Susan 782-1738 johsus@
embarqmail.com. Sonia
782-3838 imacamp@ya-
hoo.com. Betty 782-1151
or 966-2924.
FRI SAT. 8AM.-2PM, Con-
erly Estates. (SR.16)
weather permitting.
FRI. SAT. 8AM.-? 2853 NW.
196th Street. Look for
signs. Lots of baby stuff,
Clothes, shoes, tools, etc.

53B
Keystone Yard
Sales
MOVING SALE, Sat. Aug.
24, 9am.-6pm Sundry
items: washer, dryer,
refrigerator, lawn tools,
clothes and knick knacks.
1135 S.E. Lake Lane,
Keystone Ieights.

53C
Lake Butler
Yard Sales
PRE MOVING SALE, Fri.
Sat. 8am.-4pm. 8535 S.E.
164th Court, Lake Butler.
(behind VFW).

55
Wanted
CASH FOR JUNK cars
$300 & up. Free pick up,
running or not. Call 352-
445-3909.
LOOKING FOR A
ROOMATE! If you are a
compatible young man
between 18 & 21, non


smoker, with reliable
transportation give me a
call and we will discuss
the options. Location six
miles south of Starke &
more info will follow if you
meet these qualifications.
Call 904-501-5452

57
For Sale
FOR SALE, due to illness,
all good condition. 1994
6400 John Deer Trac-
tor w/canopy-MFWD 85
hp. 3 hitch-2 remotes.
640 loader 1964 Gal-
lon grader. 1995 Fer-
guson roller. 1989 Ford
350 Dually diesel truck.
1996 Hallmark 8x16.5
ft. enclosed trailer. 1970
F 750 single-axle Ford
dump truck w/equipment
trailer. 12 ft. Jon boat.
Table saw, Fert. spreader,
Wurlitzer-Melville-Clark
spinet piano, Hammond
spinet organ LL133 has
LES LER speakers. Call
386-496-0683.
KENMORE ELITE DUAL
FUEL RANGE. Ceramic
glass, 5 burner gas cook
top, convection oven w/
warmer drawer. Ex. condi-
tion, $800. Spinet Piano,
$110,. 2 entertainment
centers $30 & $35. Call
352-519-2400.

59
Personal
Services
CLARK FOUNDATION
REPAIRS) INC. Correc-
tion of termite & water-
damaged wood & sills.
Leveling & raising Hous-
es/Bldgs. Pier Replace-
ment & alignment. We do
all types of tractor work,
excavation and small de-
molition jobs. Free Esti-
mates: Danny (Buddy)
Clark, 904-545-5241.


FlorpdaWorks
Alsabua/Bradford A Community Partnership
Chris


904-964-8092
www.FloridaWorksOnline.com



FLORIDA
GATEWAY
<^ COLLEGE

ADJUNCT INSTRUCTORS
ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE
TECHNOLOGY
Adjunct instructors needed for water
ahd wastewater programs. Teach
online courses in Environmental
Sciences, Water and Wastewater
classes preparing students to qualify
for Florida Department of
Environmental licensure process.
Master's Degree with at least 18
graduate hours in environmental
science or related discipline is required
for Associate level courses; a
Bachelor's Degree is required for
noncredit/non transfer courses and 2
years of experience. Knowledge in
math, environmental science, and
,chemistry; knowledge of state and
local laws/regulations regarding
water/wastewater operations;
communications skills; ability in written
communications. Water/wastewater
operator's license, computer skills,
work experience as well as some
instructional abilities desired.
Deadline For Receiving
Applications: Open Until Filled
Persons interested should provide
College application, vita, and
photocopies of transcripts. All foreign
transcripts must be submitted with
official translation and evaluation.
Position details and applications
available on web at: www.fac.edu
Mr. David Still
Water Resources Training Programs
Florida Gateway College
149 S.E. College Place.
Lake City, FL 32025-2007
Phone (386) 754-4343
Fax (386) 754-4843
E-Mail: david.still(fqc.edu
FGC is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of
the Southern As.sociation of Colleges and Schoomls.
VP/ADA!EA.-:T'EO College in Education and
Employment


FLORIDA CREDIT UNION
has money to lend for MH
& land packages. 1-800-
284-1144.
HOME DAYCARE all hours.
SGreat rates, $70 for one
child $95 for two. 30 plus
years experience, all
hours, lots of TLC. HRS
certified, CPR certified
and First Aide certified.
Call 386-496-1062.

65
Help Wanted
OWN COMPUTER? Put it
to work! Up to $1,500 to
$7,000/mo. FT/PT. www.
iluvmybiz123.com
EXPERIENCED PROP-
ERTY preservation sub-
contractors. Must be li-
censed, insurance, expe-
rienced in home repairs,
provide equipment, and
available to travel within
Florida. You will also need
knowledge of camera and
computer use for sending
picture files daily to office.
Call 352-473-0095.
HIRING experienced prop-
erty preservation secre-
taries. Prefer Vendor 360,
Mars & Zephyr knowl-
edge. MUST have knowl-
edge of Windows 7 or 8
& Excel. Construction,
Building materials and
use of cost estimator a
plus. Call 352-473-0095.
SPECIALIZED HEAVY
HAULER is seeking quali-
fied drivers to work on a
regional basis. Applicants
must have a minimum of
1 year verifiable class A
driving experience with
a minimum of 6 months
heavy haul or step deck
.driving experience. Comn-


pany drivers can expect
to earn $40K to $60K an-
nually on our percentage
pay system. Visit www.ar-
lingtonheavyhauling.com
for more details or Call
Gary at 904-745-5996..
CAREGIVER NEEDED,
Parkside Assisted Uving,
329 N. Church Street,
Starke, Fl. Apply in person
Mon.-Fri. 9am.-3pm. ask
for Cathy.
CLASS"A" Industrial Me-
chanic /Electrician for
2nd/3rd Shift Mainte-
nance Crew. Must have
5 years experience. We
are an EECC, drug free
workplace. We offer
Health/Dental/Life Insur-
ance, paid Holidays and
Vacation. Apply at Gil-
man Building Products,
6640 CR. 218 Maxville,
FL or fax resume to 904-
289-7736
Drivers: $5,000 Sign-On
Bonus! Great Pay!
Consistent Freight,
Great Miles on This

Orangewood Apartments
801 South Water Street
Starke, FL 32091
904-964-4214
TDD/TTY 711
Accepting Applicationsl
Rental Assistancel
1,2, & 3 bedroom HC &
Non-HC accessible
apartments.
'This institution is an equal
opportunity provider, and employer.'
Equal Housing Oppodtunity'


Gaston's Tree Service is accepting applications for an Experienced
Heavy Equipment Operator. This includes the operation of cranes,
knuckle booms, bobcats, and bucket trucks. For full time year
around work with great benefits in an established company and a
great team.
Experience in tree work is a plus
Must have a valid Class B CDL with air brakes
Must be willing to leave town on occasion for emergency storm
work
SMust work well with others
Subjected to background checks and random drug tests
Send resume to JoAnn Phillips
at jgphillips@woodresourcerecovery.com
or call (352) 258-86688



FLORIDA
GATEWAY
4 COLLEGE

DIRECTOR OF NURSING
Position #A99997
(Revised)-"
This is a professional position
responsible for the planning,
coordination, and implementation of "
the Associate Degree Nursing
program, the Practical Nurse program
and the Patient Care Assistant
program at Florida Gatevay College.
Minimum Qualifications: Currently
licensed as a registered nurse in
Florida and shall have either a
bachelor's degree in nursing plus a
masters or doctoral degree in a related
field or a master's or doctoral degree in
nursing. Florida statues 64B9-2:005.
Two years teaching experience.
Computer literate. Knowledge of
statistical concepts, Knowledge. of
accounting principles. Knowledge of
state laws affecting nursing program
operations. Ability, in numerical
reasoning and verbal expression.
Ability in written communication.
Previous leadership/ management or
Director of Nursing experience
preferred.
EXCELLENT SALARY
*ePAID BENEFITS
*DESIRABLE SCHEDULE
Application Deadline: Open Until
Filled-
Persons interested should provide
College application, vita, and
photocopies of transcripts. All foreign
transcripts must be submitted with
official translation and evaluation.
Position details and applications
available on web at: www.fgc.edu -
Human Resources
Florida Gateway College
149 S.E. College Place
Lake City, FL 32025-2007
Phone (386) 754-4314
Fax (386) 754-4814
E-Mail: humanr(fac.edu
FGC is accredited by thde Commission on Colleges of
the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools.
VP.-ADAEA/,'EO College in Education and
Employment


Regional Account.
Werner Enterprises:
1-888-567-3110.
METAL building Erectors
needed. Call, Wayne
352-258-3039.
SERIOUS HOME WORK-
ERS. Work at home as
Part-time or full-time
worker. Work 2-3 hours
per week from your PC
around your schedule
Earn a good p/t or f/t
income. We are currently
searching Serious Home
workers. Earn $3,500-
$5.300 per month. Ex-
perience not necessary.
E-mail at dandmem-
ploycompany@yahoo.
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days prior to
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of fulfilling the passion he has as
the Watson Center director.
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Combass if she was interested in
teaching kindergarten. Combass
wasn't, but was later approached
again about teaching fifth grade.
"That appealed to me a little
bit more than kindergarteners,"
Combass said.
She was able to employ her
acting skills in the classroom,
but as a first-year teacher,
Combass said, "I was probably
doing everything wrong, but
everybody was patient with me."
One of Combass' friends in
Stuart moved to Keystone. It was
while visiting that friend that
Combass met Duane Combass,


who would eventually become
her husband.
"I met him in January,"
Combass said. "We married in
August."
The couple just recently
celebrated 22 years of marriage.
Duane had two daughters prior
to the marriage in Kathryn and
Amanda, while he and Kathleen
have two together: Alivia and
Moriah.
When she's not working at
Santa Fe, Kathleen Combass
likes to spend her time writing.
She's had five plays published
by Eldridge Publishing and
admitted she's been working on
a novel "forever."
If Combass were to write
a book on what she'd like


to accomplish as the student
development specialist at the
Andrews Center, one of the
chapters would surely be titled
"Community." The atmosphere
she experienced as a teacher at
Community Christian School is
one she'd love to duplicate.
"It was wonderful," Combass
said of teaching at Community
Christian. "It was like family.
You became involved in the
kids' lives. You'd go to their
baseball games, softball games,
basketball, whatever. That's one
of the things I want to generate
here-thatfeeling of community,
the feeling of family.
"That's something I'd like to
bring to the job."


an instructor in Gainesville.
"Most of us would prefer to
have a live person in front of us,"
Wolfson said.
Wolfson said the center is
also offering an honors English
course this year, adding that the
center is trying to give students
enough honors options so that
they receive honors certificates
along with their diplomas. ;
TheAndrews Center is offering
48 courses this fall. While none
of those classes will be new to
the center, Canova said she was
excited about tle fact the center
will welcome more than 10 new
instructors. Plus, she's excited
about Kathleen Combass, who
is the center's new student
development specialist. (See
related story.) Canova said
Combass has an energy she
thinks students \ ill1 feed off of.
While things are pretty match
status quo at the Watson Center in
terms of its facilities, the Andrews
Center will unveil completely
renovated restrooms. Canova
said the project was overdue,
noting the fact the restrooms
have remained unchanged since
the center opened in 1985., '
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restroom facilities at the Andrew
Center's Cultural Building, while
a new sidewalk leading to the
Andrews Center's north entrance
is being constructed. .
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Andrews Center, but the feeling
is still the same for Canov'a.
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return of students, whether they'
be familiar or new faces.
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