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Title: Union County times
Uniform Title: Union County times (Lake Butler, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Sprintow Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Lake Butler, Fla
Creation Date: June 11, 2009
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Lake Butler (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Union County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States of America -- Florida -- Union -- Lake Butler
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General Note: Description based on: Vol. 23, no. 35 (Dec. 21, 1934).
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Planning
ahead for
disasters
On Thursday, June 25, at
10:30 a.m., the Suwannee
River Economic Council will
offer free disaster preparedness
assistance for senior citizens.
The event will take place at the
Union County senior citizens
meal site located at 855 SW-O,.
Ave. in Lake Butler. For more
information, please call (386)
496-2342.

Lions Club
looking f r--
new members
Ifyou have a desire to help
those in need, the Lake Butter
Lions Club is looking for you.
If you are in need of assistance
regarding eyeglasses, help
in: obtaining eye services or
wish to join the club, please.
contact club President Karen
Sutherland at (386) 496-8417.
Community members are
invited to join in on the first and.-
thtrd Wednesday of each month
for a noon bag luncheon at the
First United' Methodist Church,'
fellowship hall, located directly
behind the church at 345 West
Main St. in Lake Butler. Come
be a part of the world's largest
service organization and help
support your community
through leadership and service..

Football and -
cheering
sign-ups
Union Co6tfy Pop Warner
football and cheerleading sign-
ups wilLtake place on Tuesday,
June 23, from 6:30-8:30 p.m.
at the OJ. Phillips Recreational
Complex located on S.R. 121.
Players and cheerleaders must
be between the ages of five and
12 to participate.
A parent of guardian must
accompany the child for
registration. Please bring the
fdjllowing items: A wallet-sized
photo of player or cheerleader, a
year-end report card, an official
bifth certificate, a photo ID of
:the parent or guardian, a copy
of health insurance card and
-a-check or cash in the amount
of $75 per. football player or
='150 per cheerleader. Also
-available are limited openings-
.Jfor assistant football coaches,
anid cheer coaches. For more
information, please call Jeff
-ody at (904) 964-3776.

SVBSat
Harmony Free

Will Baptist
Harmony Free Will Baptist
-Church will conduct vacation
Bible school this Sunday
through Thursday, June 14-
18, from 6:30-8:30 p.m..each
evening. The theme is "Stu'dio
Go! Game Show!" and kids
will participate in music, skits
and fun where-they will be
introduced -to a Bible story aiind
life focus.
: The church is located' at 6129
SW C.R. 239 in Southwest
Union' County. For' more
information, please call (386)
-493-3553.

Florida Crown
Workforce
to meet .
The Florida Crown Workforce
Board will meet on Monday,
June 15, at 4 p.m. to approve
the fiscal year 2009-2010 plan.
Immediately following, the
Consortium will meet to appoint
FCWB board members and
approve the proposed budget.
The meetings will take place
at the workforce administrative
office located at 1389 U.S. 90
West, Suite 170-B in Lake City.
The public is invited to attend..


Just before
the end of the
school year,
third-grade
students at
Lake Butler
Elementary
School who
earned a
level five on
both their
reading and
math FCAT
tests got the
opportunity
to throw a
pie at their
teacher
and even - -
the school
principal.


ABOVE:
Teacher
Christie
Perez was
sporting
her new
face cream.
RIGHT: LBES
Principal
Lynn Bishop
gets a pie in
the face from
Matthew
Starling as
teacher Mark
Harrison
looks on
in shock,
or is that
amusement?


Union students show


learning gains on FCAT


.BY TERESA STONE
IRWIN
Times Staff Writer
The reading and mathematics
Florida ',Comprehensive
AssessmentTest (FCAT) has been
administered to Florida students
in grades 3-10Q each year since
2001. The purpose of the testing -
has been, to serve as'a long-term
comparison of student academic '
progress.with the Sunshine State
Standards. The science FCAT for
students in grades five, eight and
11 began in 2003. In addition,
students in grades four, eight and
10 are tested in writing.
Achievement levels range
from one (the lowest) to five (the
highest) ,and represent the. level
Sof'success a student has achieved
in each subject'area. A student
scoring at or above level three is
considered to be performing at or
above grade level.
This year across the state of
Florida, 61 percent of students
in grades 3-10 are reading at or
.above grade level.
Lake Butler Elementary
Locally, 78 percent of third-
grade students at Lake Butler
Elementary. School scored a level
three or above in reading. The
third grade state average was
4l percent.'In mathematics, 71
percent across the state scored a
level three or above, with LBES
third" graders surpassing that
average with 78 percent.
Fourth-grade students rose
to the challenge as well with
-79 percent scoring a level three
or above in reading when the
state average was 74 percent. In
mathematics, it was.80 percent
of LBES fourth graders scoring a
level three or above compared to
the state average of 75 percent.
For FCAT Writes, 93 percent
of fourth-grade students at LBES
scored a level 3.5 or above, the
same as last year. This tied them
for the highest percentage in the
state. LBES fourth graders have
had the highest state average for
10 years running. *


Principal. Lynn Bishop said she
contribu�rs the success of the
students to an- incredible faculty
-and staff who work tirelessly to
meet the needs of the students.
"We also realize we live in a
unique and very supportive
community where everyone


works together to guarantee
that our students succeed," said
Bishop.
Lake Butler Middle School
For Lake Butler Middle-
School students in grades 5-9,
See FCAT, p. 3A


Union County-
FCAT Scores




FCAT Test Scores
Grade Level Reading Math Writing Science
% Score % Score % Score % Score
Above 3.0 Above 3.0 Above 3.5 Above 3.0
Third 78 88
State Ave: ,71 78
Fourth 79 80 93'
State Ave: 74., 75 85
Fifth 64 54 32
State Ave: 71 62 46
Sixth 70 53
State Ave: 66 55
Seventh 69 58
State Ave: 67 .60 __
Eighth 59 66 94 44 -
State Ave: 54 66 90 41
N int-- 45 65
State Ave: 47 68
Tenth ' 32 63. 82
State Ave: 37 69.
State Ave: ,,3,., '"






The above chart gives the percentage of students who scored a 3.0 or above (3.5 in. writing) on the
FCAT this year, It also compares Union County percentages to state percentages.


2 arrested in


Starke murder


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor
Starke police quickly
apprehended two suspects
in a Friday .morning murder,
placing them under arrest the
same day.
The two out-of-town men
have been charged in the
shooting death of 28-year-old
Decoveya Rodragus Desue
of Starke at Whispering Oaks
Apartments.
The shooting took place
June 5 at 6:03 a.m. By 8:20
,p.m., Starke Police Capt. Barry
Warren said Leonard Terrell
Williams, 26, of Jacksonville
and Demetrio Lebarion Tyler,
26, of Fernandina Beach were
arrested and each charged with
one count of murder; They are
being held without bond.
They reportedly went to the
Whispering Oaks apartment
Friday morning and shot Desue
when he answered the door.
When officers arrived at the
apartment complex, they found
Desue deceased on the floor of
the apartment, Warren said. He
had been shot multiple times.
The two suspects were
apprehended by Starke Police
Sgt.JasonCrosby.Witnesseshad
provided a vehicle description
as well as a description of the
two occupants, Crosby pulled
them over and detained them.
Starke Police Chief Jeff
Johnson expressed sympathy
for Desue and his family.
"I have known members of


this victim's
family for
years. It
is sad that
two people
would drive
to Starke or
any other
place to end
the life of a "
young man
that they
may not have Tyler
personally
k no wp.,,"
Johnson
said.
A
suspected
motive for
the crime -
has not been
released.
Police
spent
Friday inter-
vie wing Williams
multiple
witnesses as well asr the two
suspects. They also have the
possible murder weapon in
their possession, Warren said.
The Florida Department -'of
Law Enforcement Crime Scene
unit assisted in processing the
crime scene as did investigators
from the Eighth Judicial Circuit
Medical Examiner's Office.
The police ' department
continues to interview anyone
with information regarding the
crime. Please contact (904)
964-5400 with any information
related to-this incident.


A newly formed multi-
agency drug task force began
operation in this area with three-
arrests on June 2.
Formed through cooperation
of the Bradford and Onion
County sheriff's o-ffices and
the Starke Policdeepartment,
the task force has been dubbed
Bradford, ' .U.nion., Starke
Taskforce for Eradcating
Drugs-or BUSTED. *,
Officers from all three law
enforcement agencies will
be exchanging information
-and cooperating on drag
investigations, which often
cross jurisdictional lines.
The task force developed
information that led to the June 2
issuance of a search warrant for


a residence on Orange Street in
Starke. According to Bradford
County Sheriff's. Office Capt.
Brad Smith, two men and one
woman were arrested at the
scene after drugs were found
during the raid. Some of the
charges were the result of the
suspects attempting to flush the
drugs down a toilet as officers
entered the home.
Arrested were:
* .Dtistin Philip Douglass,
24, of Starke. He was charged
with trafficking in Roxicodone,
possessidn--of- more than 20
grams of a controlled substance
(cocaine), possession of less
than 20 grams of cannabis
(marijuana), destruction of
See BUST, p. 3A


Man sought for


sexual assault on


senior citizen


V
);


BY TERESA STONE
IRWIN
"Tites Staff Writer '
A 73-year-old woman was the
victim of an attempted sexual
battery in broad daylight on
June 7, and the Union County
Sheriff's Office is asking for
the public's help in locating the
suspect.
Just after 3 p.m., the victim
reported that she was out taking
a walk in the area of C.R.
245 'in Lake Butler when Ahe
observed a dark green colored
vehicle driving toward her on
the road. The victim stated that
the vehicle slowed as it got
closer to her, and she proceeded
to the edge of the road offering
plenty of room for the vehicle
to pass.
Shortly after the vehicle
passed by, the victim stated
that she heard someone running
up behind her and as she turned
around, the man who she
observed driving the vehicle
suddenly pushed her to the
ground.
The unknown suspect then


attempted to sexually assault
the victim and exposed himself
to her. The victim fought back,
punching the suspect repeatedly
and pulling his hair, causing
him to run back to his vehicle
and flee the scene.
The victim described
the suspect as a black male,
possibly in his early to mid-
20s, with a small, slender frame
and approximately 5'10" to
6' 1" tall. She further described
.the suspect as being of medium
black complexion and having a
different shaped nose than that
of the normal African American
style. She said he had a medium
to long length afro hairstyle
and was driving a dark green
car, possibly a Ford Escort.
A reward is being offered for
'any information that can lead
to the identity of the suspect,
please call Major Garry Seay
of the Union County Sheriff's
Office. (386) 496-2501 ot
Crimestoppers at 1 (888) 277-
TIPS (8477). Tips can lead to
rewards of up to $1,000. Callers
can remain anonymous.


Stay informed. Get involved. Be entertained. Keep in touch. Express yourself. Know your community. 1


Deadline Monday 5 p..m.,before publication * Phone (386) 496-2261


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DKG awards scholarship, welcomes new members District takes truancy cases to court


Aimee Johns (center) recently received a scholarship from the Alpha Nu chapter.
of Delta Kappa Gamma Society International to continue her studies in the field of
education. Pictured with Aimee are (1-r) Deanna Coleman, who sits on the scholarship
committee, chapter President Virginia Walkup, and scholarship committee members
Iva Jean Harrell and Sallye-Scogglhis. The event was held at Hampton Lake Bed and
Breakfast.


The Alpha Nu chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma.Society international recently initiated
two new members, Kimberly Smith and Kellie McMillan. Both teach language arts,
reading, writing and social studies as fourth-grade teachers at Southside Elementary.
Pictured are the chapters First Vice, President Tangalia Bass Howard, Smith, McMillan
and Yvette Key, past president and-current historian. The event was held at Hampton
Lake Bed and Breakfast.


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor
Looking to better enforce rules
regarding truancy, the Bradford
County School District took
.its first two cases before Judge
Phyllis Rosier on Monday.
Both cases are children of
parent Brenda Jenkins of Starke,
who faces jail time under Florida
law because her sons have missed
so much school.
The district filed a civil
complaint that was heard June
8. School Board Attorney
John Cooper made, his case by
questioning Principal Jason
Jennings about the truant boys.
and attempts to get them to
school.
Jennings testified that out of.
180 school days. the sixth-grader
had missed 148 days. His brother,
a third-grader, had missed 134
days. Both had failed all of their
subjects for the 2008-09 school
year. Jennings said.
In response to the excessive
number of absences, Jennings
said the school took many steps to
,get the boys in school, including
contact with their mother via.
mail, phone and home visits.
Jenkins said the family signed an
attendance contract that was not
honored. The district even made
additional effort to pick up the
students and get them to'school.
Judge Rosier wanted to know
why Jenkins couldn't get her
sons to attend.
"You're their mother, It's your
job to make them to go to school,"
Rosier said.
Jenkins said she gets them
ready,. but it's taken the principal
or police sometimes coming to
pick them up in order to'get them
in school;
Rosier asked Jenkins if .she
understood the consequences she
is facing because her children
have missed so much school. She
'asked the boys as well, inquiring
where they. would live if their
mother were sent to jail. They
were hesitant to speak, and ,the
judge was only able to get one.of
the boys to demonstrate he could
read.
At the judges request,
Cooper told the courtroom that
if found guilty of contempt..in;
this civil matter, Jenkins could
be sentenced to,more than five


months in ,jail. That process
could be repeated if the truancy
is not remedied. Cooper also said
this could become a criminal
case, and the children could also
be removed from the home and
placed in foster care.
According to Jenkins, the boys
have told her she would be the
one facing the consequences, not
them. Rosier clarified, however.
that the students could be found
in contempt as well and placed in
a detention facility.
The judge asked the boys
what they thought would happen
to them if they didn't get an
education, saying that even
those. with degrees are having
difficulty finding employment in
today's market.
"Somebody that doesn't have a
high school diploma doesn't have
much of a chance," she said.
The goal of the proceeding
was not to, embarrass the boys,
she said, but come August, if the
boys arc not in school every day.
barring an excused,absence. both
they would go to detention 'and
their. mother to jail,.
Turning to a young lady in
an orange inmate- uniform -with


experience in front of the judge,
Rosier asked her to explain a bit
about what it \\as like to live in
a detention facility-from being
locked up ever\ da\ tO being
brought to court in handcuffs.
"It's no life. is it?" Rosier
asked.
"No," the girl agreed.
Rosier asked Cooper to drm\\
up orders for .Ienkins to send her
sons to school and for the bo\s to
attend school, sa ing the\ would d
he found in contempt if' the\ did
not comply.
The judge told the boys that
kids get into trouble on the streets.
She said if many of the young
people seated in the courtroom
had been in school instead of
involved in drugs and crime, they
would not be in court now.
Acknowledging that
possibility must be something
that worries their mother. Rosier
told the family there are summer
programs available to them as
well.
"Take advantage of them," she
said, adding she hopes she never
has to see the family back in
court again n.


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Cultural BuHding Vith dancing
supports T-ball ,. a es ..
. A pokertournament-benifitiSnga Maost arograns eg for ki11 in
the Bradford T-ball AIlI-Star..A am andare Seard kds i
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team will take place Friday, June ".
12, at 7 p.m. at Starke Golf and C
Country Club.- ......
Cost is $50 to buy in with "
optional "rebuy" for the first' .
.hour and a $10 optional side pot'
for highest hand of the night..
-There wifl be free food and cash.
prizes.

Author returns
for writing
workshop
Art Adkins, award winning
and best selling author of.,
"The Oasis Project." returns tL.
Bradford County Public Library
Thursday, June 18, for a writing
workshop. .
Adkins will workshop
the creative writing process.
including character and storyline
development techniques., as
well as aspects of publishing
and marketing your book.
This includes information on
obtaining an agent. getting
published. giving interviews and
much more.
Meet the author and get your
writing questions answered. The
workshop begins at 5:30 p.m. at
the library, which is located at
456 Pratt St. in Starke.

Summer
library
programs
announced
L Kids get ready for summer.
]Summer programs in the "
children's department at the'
Bradford County Public Library
begin on Wednesday. June 17, at
o0 a.m. with local author Deborah
Green reading her book. "Doodle
aznd the Moon".
: On Thursday. June 18, Miss$
IJerrs will be at the Santa Fe
_College Cultural Building'
presenting a program of drama,
music and puppets.
- On "Friday, June 19, .Clifl'od


children must be accompanied
an adult.
The Cultural Building ' is:
cated on 201 ,E. Call St., two


blocks .past the Florida Twin
Theater.
The summer reading program
also begins on June 17. Children
will receive reading charts and
other information on this date.
If you have questions please
call (904) 368-3914 or visit the
library. Be creative and join.in
the fun.


Bradford Pop Warner

Football & 'Cheerleading Sign-ups

6/20/09 * 10am - 12noon
Bradford County Fairgrounds
Football 7 - 13 years old
Cheerleaders 5 - 13 years old.
:Now Space Limited
"Tiny Mites" (5-7 yrs old)

Contact Dana Britt (904) 964-2226.

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Paid at Starke, Florida under Act of March 3, 1879,
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Paid at Lake Butler. Florida under Act of March 3, 1879.
POSTMASTER: Send address changes to:
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Paid at Keystone Heights, Florida under Act of March 3, 1879.
POSTMASTER: Send address changes to:
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Phone: 964-6305 * P.O. Drawer A* Starke, FL 32091
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JUMP ba
CqnuedfroP 14 chool board

,radLuatibin. In her min,ihe kid lme bers say
S6ilhol\ed got off scot-free. e / /ers say


"Ten hours oi commutnity
service is nothing for.what was
done," Chappell said. ,
SA few days prior to graduation.
dirt\ mattresses. tires and.. a
inotorb'at c draggei.d onto
the BHS campus h\ a group of
slud'pts. Girfliti wnis palnte non
She sidepi ialk and motor oil was


punishment

Should have

fit the crime


" pured on window's and dor win the senior awards
at the school. Vending machines f ll.ling the senior awards
were vandalized and benches and b.nquet.. superintendent Moore
bleachers were destroyed - said she believes there was more
." Chappell said she wanted ,tQ than one group of students who
know how much was spent iby. went to the school and took part
the district, city, et,, leacqng .in the Ianialism. The district
,his up. .. ' waited on police department
"I had teachers telling pe the) investigators to know who to talk
smelled awful because they were to, and bh Thursday morning
picking up everybody ip'Starke's they had a good idea on w\\ho was
garbage that iwas all'iver the 'imolved. she said.
school grounds." she sai. .Those students were pulled
She also wanted to kqnow why out of the graduation linLe up
campus gates that the!.district anrd.made to go to work cleaning
spent a lot of money on v\yre left ca.npus that morning. Because
open at night. . *t'h district did not, and still
The policy approved by the .es not have a more complete
school board last year states, picture of which students did
"Any junior or senior who ,hat, ' the superintendent said
willfully damages : school [ was, impossible to know
property resulting in $500 or '.'ho committed $500 'worth of
more in damages ma)' have damage or more.
their privilege to participate in That is the minimum threshold
graduation ceremioniesj revoked the code of conduct requires to
by the high school principal." har a student from walking at
As. Chappell pointed out, the graduation.
*( code.of conduct says nothing "As superintendent, I had to
about community service and make a decision to do something
she wanted to make it qlear that to these students, not knowing
: the school board had hp, part in who had committed the major
,,the punishment decision that was portion qf damage." Moore said.
made since the board members : Shesaid she felt thecommunity
have been accused of softening service punishment was better
the punishment doled out for than " 'ping nothing. . Even
political reasons. . ,thpuhMf'lje students participated
School Board Randy Jones at graduation. Moore said the
agreed with Chappell that the investigation is not overand there
policy needed to be revisited. may be additional consequences
"We don't have enough teeth in to come.
_this policy. We give the decision Starke Police Department
-to the high school principal, and Investigator Roman Alvarez
it's tough to put someone in that explained to the board that even
position," Jones said. though no charges had been filed
If the policy spelled out what "yet. the investigation is ongoing,
Should happen, that would take although it was interrupted by
politics out of the decision, said other investigations last week.
Jones. If there's a crime, the.. iwCluming'a'murder investigation.
ptinshment need's to be the same' - 'As obfMonda\. there ere still
no matter who commits it. he
said.
School Board Member Jesse
Moore said the pup'ishment
received for the .vandalism ."-."
'bothered --him as .~well. . The-,
..punishment needs to be severe,., " " "",- ,'--.
enough" lo disdurage 'future . ;.. T � ' "'
incidents, he said.
School Board Member Iavid "
Smith said the district fplled 17. .
or 18 students by not instilling i' ' "
in them what good citizenship is,WI. ' ".. . .,:, . : ;
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stuLidents the department needed
to talk to. Alvarez said. including
those believed to be responsible
for the graffiti. ;
Alvarez said if the department
could not determine precic-el
who did what, there was . a
possibility\ all of the students
involved could he charged by
sworn complaint, and then the
case would be in the hand,, of the
state's attorney.
iHe confirmed for the
superintendent that there \as no
way the department could ha\e
wrapped the investigation up
before graduation.
Speaking on behalf of the
police chief and the department
as a whole. Alvarez said the\
believe this vandalism "ent too
far and they wish to." ork "ith
the board, superintendent and
administrators to keep this from
occurring again.
Superintendent Moore said
Police Chief Jeff Johnson had
promised more patrols around
campus during then end of the
school year.
The code of conductcommittee.
is meeting today, Thursday,:
June 11, at I p.m. at the district,
boardroom. At 3 p.m., (here \vili;
bean opportunity for memberslof
the public to speak about the code
of conduct, and the committee'
will speak about changes ti at
have been proposed.


Food service
grant received;
School Food SerAi ce
Coordi:iator Dot\ Rondlfil sid,
the,.disticl "has received- more
than $82,000 for equipment
purchases. The award will
provide a POS (point of sale)
system for the district and a:
walk-in cooler for Hampton
Elementary's cafeteria, kitchen.
The middle school and each of.
the elementary schools:will also
be getting new ice machines.,
"We asked for equipment we:
needed. We thought we might get
one, but we got them all," said an
ecstatic Rondelli.
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Stomp Out Tobacco Track and Field Week


a success


The Southslde Sharks second- through fifth-graders participated in a week of
physical activity and tobacco education. Stomp Out Tobacco Track and Field Week
was implemented by Coach Alan Womack and Yolanda Thomas, Who is a prevention
specialist at the Bradford County Health Department. The kids participated in tobacco
prevention, education and physical fitness activities such as jump rope, softball
throw, sit-ups and Others during the week. On the last day of the event, they received
certificates of participation, awards for those who placed and other goodies. Students
pictured are Tracy Easley, LeAnn Armstong and Kaylen Chitty.:They are all in 5th
grade. If you would like to bring a Stomp Out Tobacco Track and Field Week to your
elementary school next school year, contact Thomas at (904) 964-7732.




raise scholarship'funids p.m.
G.of The inaugural .$FC Blecky' Prizes will be awarded for first,
tournament Reddish. . Memorial: Golf second, third and last place.
Tournament will take place .Hole .sponsorships are $150.
planned for Saturda\. June 20.lit -the Starke .vent sponsorships are $500.
Golf and Country Club. Funds Donations are also needed for
Reddish raised will be used to fully golfer goody bags.
ch lar endow the . Becky Reddish . All: donations are tax
scholahP rshMemorial Schdlarslip. The goal deductible. Make checks payable
$anta Fe College Andrews is $50,000. ' to Community State Bank Becky
Center and the Santa Fe Entry is $65 per person, with Reddish Memorial Fund.
Foundation are in the middle of a four peopleperteam.; For-mat.is Contact Dana Blankenship to
campaign to increase scholarship four-man scramble. Cost includes' register or donate at (904) 964-
offerings to Bradford Count) cart use. lunch and a goody bag. 6229 or (904) 364-6810.
students, andthc Reddish family First flight is at ,&30 ,a.m. with ' :
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about.
. "We didn't teach them
anything-just slapped their hand.
the other day,"' he said. M'Had we
Mieen stern with them', .perhaps
%ve could have prevented more
serious stuff down the road."
The vandalism was planned he
said, and even if someone stood
by and watched it happen, the
same penalty should be' handed.
out'.
Smith called for zero'tolerance
and said the prohibition, on
participating in . graduation
should apply to any vandalism
caused by a student in their last
two years of schooling..
"We can't prevent them from
graduating, but we ca -prevent
them from walking,;an tha isi
pressure that parents and family
can bring upon these yoQng men -
and %women from the home side
to encourage them not't6 .place
themselves in that posilon." he
said. A
Chappell said the board noeds
to take care of the vandalism
policy over the summer.'
"I don't think we should start a
new year without a policy lejting
them know from day oie what's
going to happen:' she said.
One citizen. Esther Kelly,
spoke about the incident,. saying
her son had been punished with
in-school suspension at the
middle school for a tussle over
a backpack during which he was
hit. Given the damage to the
high school and the community
ser% ice given to the perpetrators.
she asked how the disparity in
punishments was fair?
"If you're going to show grace
and merc. to some and grant
community hours to a group.
please shou grace and merc lto
all students." she said.
Superintendent Beth Moore -
addressed the time, line of
events. saying she was the one
\\ho made the call about the
community service punishment
and e\plaining her reasons.
The %andalism look place
the Tueday before gradiulion


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Rep. Adkins reviews legislative session for county commission


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor


State Rep. Janet Adkins
was welcomed by the county
commission to talk about what
happened during this year's
legislative session and some of
what the future holds.
Adkins began by discussing
the state of the economy.
, With growth decelerating, the
State's gross domestic product
ranks 47"' in the nation.compared,
to 12'1 in 2006 and second in
2005. Adkins said that decline
in growth has had a tremendous
impact on the state budget.
Historically. . the state's
unemployment rate has been
better than the national average,
but today it exceeds that average,
she said. Bradford and other north
Florida counties are faring better
manyincentral andsouth Florida,
howeVe'rwhere unemployment is-
above 14 percent in some places.
A global recession, tight credit'
market falling home pries-are
responsible, Adkins said. ThEheis
an excess of homes on the market
and a number of foreclosures.
"The good news i the economy
will rebound, it's,jusit simply
a matter of when. Optimistic
estimates say April 2010. Others
say.third quarter 2010. It's really
going to depend on when the
prices of the homes get down low
'enough that the buyers decide
to jump in and to bite," Adkins
said.
She showed a time line that
:depicted the state economy would
be back to normal growth in 2011
or 2012. That means there will be
at least one more budget year that
the state will have to tighten its
belt, she said.



Help organize
Starke

garden club
Men and women ofail ages who
love gardening are encouraged to
attend an organizational meeting
to start a new garden club in
Starke on Thursday, June 18, at 7
,p.m. The meeting will be held'at
the Bradford County Extension
O 4fice--,ocated .at 2266--N.,
Templ&Ave.-(U.S. 301) in Starke.-
Refreshments will be served.
Some of the benefits garden
club members enjoy include
horticulture 'workshops on
vegetables, flowers, landscape
plants and other related topics;
field trips to botanical gardens
and nurseries and the sharing
of garden tips, plants and seeds.
Garden clubs promote civic pride
and: social activities - through
gardening..
Jackie Host, president of the
Keystone Heights Garden 'Club
of the Lakes. believes, "There
is something really special
about being one of the founding
members of a garden club."
For more information about
garden clubs, call Jackie at (352)
473-8095. To register for the
event, call the Bradford County
Extension Office at (904) 966-
6299. UF/IFAS Extension is an
equal opportunity institution.


Cow/calf

seminar
June 23
The Florida Department of
Agriculture and Consumer
Services, in cooperation with the
Florida Cattlemen's Association, '
and the University of Florida-"
IFAS, have scheduled a
conference to formally introduce
the recently adopted Cow/Calf
Best Management Practices
manual on Tuesday, June.23, at
the Bradford County Extension
Office.
This meeting will provide
cow/calf producers with key
information on the use of the
manual, enrollment process, soil
testing and forage production as it
relates to waterquality protection.
This is a very important program,
given the vast number of acres of
rangeland in Florida. Producers
are encouraged to make every
effort to attend.
The seminar will be held


from 6-7:30 p.m. at the Bradford
County Extension Office.
Call (904) 966-6224 for more
information. The complete
agenda is available online at
bradford.ifas.ufl.edu.
For individuals with
disabilities . requiring special
accommodations, please contact


For that reason, Adkins
said the $5.3 billion in federal
stimulus money was split across
two budget years-the upcoming
budget year beginning July I and
the year after.
"The reason that we did not
use all of it in this budget year
is because we're expecting next
budget year to be just as bad if
not worse," she said.
The state budget for 2009,10
is $66.5 billion, compared to
$66.25 billion this year. Even
though the budget is larger, it's
still down from the years when
the state was enjoying budget
surpluses. Back then, the state
was looking for ways to spend
money, Adkins said.
"Fortunately, I think the new
legislators that have come in
understand that the bottom can
fall out of the economy just as
quickly as it picks up;' she said.
Health care and education are
thelargestbeneficiaries inthestate
budget. The breakdown is health
care-39 percent, education-32
percent, environmental/
transportation-14 percent,
public safety-7 percent, general
government-7 percent and
judicial-1 percent.
Adkins said she received a
number of letters supporting
education and health care
funding, but given the size of the
state's investment, it's difficult
not to make cuts when revenue
falls short, While the state was
able to hold some programs
harmless, she said she knew local
governments and school districts
are still hurting.
Public schools are also hurting
because of declining enrollment.
Since funding is based on the
number of students, districts'


the Bradford County Extension
Office at least five working days
prior to the program in order for
proper consideration to be given
to the request.


Get rid of
invasive plants
An informative workshop on
the problems caused by invasive
plant species With toos t idetify
and control those species in 3our
environment will be held on
Monday, June 29, in the Bradford


receive less inn-ey coachh time
.their student count goes down.
A lot of schools planned for
growth that has not taken place,
she said.
In order to support health care,
less money is coming out of the
state's general fund. Instead,
more is coming from trust funds.
and furiding was increased
overall. Adkins said.
The state also had to generate
some new revenue to support the
budget. Adkins did not support
all proposals to raise revenue.She
voted against gambling expansion
and new cigarette taxes. She
supported fee increases, most of
the revenue from which would go
to education in the coming year,
she said.
Adkins spent a lot of time
and energy defending Northeast
Florida State Hospital in Baker
County from state plans to
privatize it. Bradford ,County
and the city of Starke supported
the fight by passing resolutions
against pr iaiil/.i ion;' for
which Adkins thanked, them.
Commissioners . recognized
the hospital .had a number of
employees who live in this county
as well as Union County.
It was a fight that had to be
-won three times, she said. While
the state was looking to save
around $3 million by privatizing
the facility, Adkins argued the
state could save more than.$.U
million if it simply paid' for the
beds that were occupied instead
of paying for the total number of
beds in the hospital.
Adkins said the legislature
passed 238 out of 2.369 bills
in this past session. A typical
session would pass around 400.
but this was no typical session


County Public Library meeting
room beginning at 5:30 p.m.
The workshop will be given by
Forester Nicole Howard and Paul
Still of the Bradford County Soil
and Water Conservation District.
The workshop is fre6, but space
is limited. Preregister by calling
Howard at (904) 964-2461.


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.and turned out to be quite a lady. When you were eight years
old, you came to nie and wanted to give yourI heart to God i and
le baptised and live for God. You finished school and always
helped the old and young. YouI would stop and pick tup an
injured animal along tle road, bring it home, doctor it, let it
go. You took care of" your Grandpa and me; you cooked; you
cleaned for me, never asking anything in return. You were
always working, never complained, you got married and have'
three beautifully children. God's wa. of paying me back. I've
seen you riding on a mower,mowing grass when you were eight
months pregnant so you could have the weekend off to .spend
with your family to chill out. You work in the vi d, you clean
thle house, .'lou cook, you take the kids to school, you do the
*hlundryh, you buy the groceries, you pay tile bills, you take the
kids to the doctor when they are sick. You ask nothing in
return, just to be happy. For someone who has never time for
herself, I think you are (lie most beautiful person in thie world,
just by being yourself. Oil, yes, \oui also have a job working
outside the home five days a week, after taking the kids to
school. What more could a person ask lor, you are the ricdiest
person in the world, you have a heart of gold and your
Grandpa and I are proud to have you lor a granddiaghter.
Always remember, have faith; it can move mountains. Always
remember, I thank God each and every day inor you and Iny
great-grandkids. You have madec e m he lhappii.Iest personiI in the
world.
Gr;ildinl; (a;tlll


because of the focus on budget,
she said. Between the budget
and stepping up for the hospital
Adkins called her first session a
fight.
Highlighting some of the other
issues taken up this year. she saic
the Legislature made Citizens
Property Insurance Corporatior
more competitive and more
actuarially sound by allowing
rate increases. The Legislature
also created a property tax
exemption to encourage land
to be placed in conservation
potentially replacing some of
the state's burden to buy land for
conservation purposes, she said.
Continuing the topic of
property taxes, Adkins discussed
an approved ballot measure
that, would allow voters to
limit taxable value increases
on non homestead property
Another measure will ask voters
whether to grant additional
homestead exemption to first-
time homebuyers, a measure
that could help get homes off the
market, she said.
Legislators took action to keep
workers' compensation rates low
and put money into attracting
businesses to create jobs, she
-idded. - -
One of the biggest
accomplishments was expanding
the Small County Outreach
Program to allow counties to
use grant awards to build new
roads, improve drainage and
repair" bridges in addition to
resurfacing, although funding
was cut back. The Small County
Road Assistarce Program was
also saved from sunsetting and
a provision tying funding to
maximum millage rates was
removed.


students and staff of -Hampton
Christian Academy will take
place at Hampton Baptist Church
on Saturday, July 11. For more
information, please call Joy
Hutto at (352) 468-2316 or e-mai
hcansis@yahoo.com.


For Bradford County,
workforce education dollars, and
money for adults with disabilities
totals almost $1 million. Adkins
said. K-12 education funding
is down almost $1 million, or
another 3.72 percent on top of
prior cuts.due in part to declining
enrollment.
"I know that's a big hit,
especially when you're dealing
with a small county." Adkins
said.
With regard to infrastructure,
the county will receive roughly
$8 million, including the
Department of Transportation's
planned resurfacing of S.R. 100.
Chairman Doyle Thomas said
Adkins had been an ally for the
county in Tallahassee, and he
and the other commissioners
took turns thanking Adkins for
her support.
Commissioner Ross Chandler
expressed concern about the
amount of new fees placed


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on Floridians and the level at
which the state funds education
compared to other states. Adkins
said funding level doesn't always
translate into better schools.
Chandler also said the state
and its regulations are not
business friendly, and Adkins
said the state has tried to
streamline environmental and
other requirements because ,of
competition with other states for
these businesses. She also pointed
to invest ment in infrastructure as
a way the state is trying to spur
growth.
Adkins thanked the
commission for the office space
granted to her in the courthouse.
She said it's been a big help to
her and the citizens of Bradford
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Sardis Baptist Church on S R
121 in \\. .rthinli'n spring ,
continued \jlinn Bible S'chool
through Frida.\. .une 12. roin
6-8:4- pm c.ich night The
theme is "'Dicoo' er the Untamed
Nature of (io Id-\.Wild" ood
Forest ' F'r inre inform.ilion.
call (3N(-i 41-N . T -
Mt. Zion A.NM.E. Church of
Lawte\ is hosii-n_ an e\ciling
dinner tihea re presetriaiIOn on
SaturJ.i\. lune l . i La" tie\
Commtnii\ hhool T he pla\.
"A Ram in hie Bush." is a
hilarioi, ('hrisiian Lomed\
written, directed. produced b\
and s'jrrinn Barr\ McLeod
and a hoto if ijlenied actors
and a..iresses For further
informa.iion please call 1904)
782-34'". 9))4- 7,S2-.3.I or
(904) '2-1-194
Mt. Pisgah A.M.E. Church
will h,,Id an ippreciaiion '
program honoring Andre"\
Carter Jr .une 13 at 7 p.m. and
all are in ted.
Trinity Episcopal Church in
Melrose "ill hr'ld a garage sale
and crafts fjir. SJiurda'. June
13,'from 9 a m. until 3 p m. The
event %\ill be held in Heritage
,Park acro-ss the street from the
church located at 204 S.R 26.
In the e'eni of rain booths and
tables \\ill be moed into the
:parish hall located across the
highway on Triniti grounds:
St. Anne's Episcopal Church
will host an English dinner
-of roast beef and Yorkshire
puddin 2 prepared b\ Margaret
and Paul Teio on Saiurda\. June
13. The e\ent is open to the
public and \%ill he held in the
parish hall On Sinda\, June 21.
Bishop John Howard \\ill kisit
the 9 a m. ser\ ice and lunch " i.ll
follow in the parish hall.
New Covenant Baptist
Ministries " ill install pastor
Elder Claude Bonds on Sunday,
June 14. at 3 30 p.m. The Rev.
Charles \\ ill imns. pastorof
New H..pe Mission-ar. Baptist
Church of W\illision. and the
congregation "ill be in charge
of the ser\ ice. The public is
invited.
Pine Groie Congregational
Methodist Church. 15105 N.E.
C.R. 199 in Raiford. ill hold
its annual \oulh camp from
June 14-20 Camper registration
'is $75. The theme is "God's
.Army: Soldiers of the Cross."
Singer Cath\ Perry " ill perform
unda\ night Missionar\
Pam Wilson "ill speak dail1
during II a.m. senr ices. Youth
evangelist Markus Archer \ ill
preach nightly at 7 p.m. John
Hamel % ill present a child
safety school on Wednesda\ at I
p.m. There " ill be crafts. games
-and water acti' cities dail\. For-
more information. call (386)
_431-1432.
Sampson Cit3 Baptist Church
on C.R 22" "\ill ha\e a family
day on Sunda\. June 14, " iIh
Sunday\ school at 10 a m. and
worship at I a m A potluck


Bowl for vets,
memorial
The nonprofit Hampton
Veterans Memorial Fund Inc. is
holding a bowling fundraiser at'
Alley Gators in Gainesville on.
*Saturday, July 18, beginning at
noon.
Entry fee is $12 and includes
the cost of shoe rental and'
bowling.
The snack bar and lounge will
be open for players as well.
Alley Gators is located at 2606
N.E. Waldo Road.To register, call
Jim Mitzel at (352) 215-9217.
Proceeds from the fundraiser
will be used to pay for the


veterans monument to be p
in Santa Fe Cemetery.

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school?
If you are receiving any form.
of public assistance and need
help with your travel needs, call
CISTO to see if you qualify for
free transportation. Call (904)
364-8598 or (904) 964-7776.


dinner \,ill follow the morning
ser% ice. so bring your family ,
and a casserole. The church.t ill,
sheo% a movie after lunch;' :
Harmony Free Will Baptist
Church will conduct actionn
Bible school Sunday through
Thursday.June 14-18. from -
6:30-8:30 p.m. each evening.
The iheme.is "Studio Go! Game
Show!" and kids will participate
in music. skits and fun " here
they "ill be introduc.d to a
Bible story and life focus. The
church is located at 6129 S.W.
C.R. 239. For more information,
-please call (386) 493-3553.
Lake Butler Church ol
Christ %will hold "Riders of the
Great Rounduop" vacation Bible


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Church Events ..'U. ---"----
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3 p..m. Everyone is invited to
attend.
St. Mark's episcopal Church,
212 N. Church St. in Starke. wviIll
.host:its 121 annnql.Trash and
Treasure Sale Jure 19-20. Hours
are 8 a.m.-2 p.m. on Friday
and 8 a.m.-noon on Saturday.
' Proceeds benefit the Noegel
Fund. established in 1986.lt help
f youth afford surlmer camp and
other eveits.


school Sunday-Wednesday, June Lake Swan Camp is hosting an
14-17. from 6:45-~:30 p.m, ., oall-.church luncheon on Father's
Day,-Sunday.Jun I21, from Starke Christian School hel
New River New Congrggation. noon until 2 p.m. Fathers who May 28. Eight students grad
Methodist Church on C.R. coree wilh their familiess will back, -r) Raelen Maho
125 will host a revival Surd* ,, '. nly'$5. Another adults Larissa Brownr
June 14, at 6 p.m: and Molla ,'r- $ 8; chi1re,~ t4 I. are $5:
Wednesdayy. Jbne-' 1 75~.aL .';.-.. an children Q:p-3 are free. No
7:30 p.m. Homecoming will ' 'am)ilyvwill pay Lore than $35.
be Sunday, June21, with lunch. Pripgirnludes-.bpfft lunch.
immediately f."p1' ' .' .dnnks'qhddes54t.'FiIj'further . I.. I-.I
worship �ri.. .... , rm, . Library, landfill
1536 formOre nr me e.., 6 ..'. .: ." ' r ,tinOS
.- . _ " :...:. ' ' .. .'. ..:" ,iihiirch m e e t in g s
Gtreatr Bee!le i.e , ..I ," .1yhr. ... . n^gs
Vii Baptiscl .. -ocancelled
actionn Bible school June ' ihe Underground Church- The meetings of the Ne"
15-19. The theme is "Studio beginning Monday, June 22. River Librare Coopcratie and
Go Game Shov,-.-Go Win from 9-11:30a.m,'Children may the New Ri er Solid Waste
"ith Jesus:" and will incJude', . be registered at v.w.tiryurl. Association for today. Thursday.
fun games. activities apd . . comKeystoncV BS. For.further June I Iha' e heen cancelled.The
food. Children and adults are . foirmatd,cil' Marie.at (904) next meetings % ill take place on
welcome. . 4'-: -6J or (3,') 4730620. Thursda.. July 9.
Victory Bap.ist Cohur.p ."., 1stpn le'hsCiriztIan
Hampton will hol[ vacatlqi '. rcJ:t ac Diu abetes
Bible school Jdne I5-9lrftp p ba.- -"-,..- . .grou
5:30-8:30 p.m. with -, h i y, 1 . : . Support group
provided. Vqaatioh Bl: 50o0..I- o.Qnij' -
kickoff will coatinl 'Qt'b.. "'Tlhchurch ' offered
June 13 from 10 a.mtot p~ : .. edal 3 .S , 1'-South. . The Bradford County Health
For transportation; call (35 Y .' . iCa3 73-206 further "Department offers a free diabetes
468-2077. I; rovtidon. , support group offering resources
S .' ' ' ' 'and information on diabetes sell-
Ebenezer Missjonary Rjs E.-ifE fi tafl.of.-vour I-. -nanagement.
Church will"coet trt4i ' ::;. . If you arc a diabetic and
anniversary 6F' the Dlneagqn;s ,' ait" r@
Deaconesses' and Trustees. . ,o. DEADLINE
M ministry Friday, June 19. at7 .7 , IS MN yAT f.M. . A
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Jelani Ross. Alyssa Reddish and Ella Dinkins.


would d like to rcci' e support
and rc0ourc%.e. join the -r'up on
Thursday think, month 1ronm 1-3
p.m at Life Nfintirne;. 204 N.
Water Si. in Starke.
Registration is nol required


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Zachary
June 10, 2009


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Page 6A TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR--A-SECTION June 11, 2009


BRADFORD
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUITIN
. AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO: 04-2009-DR-0259
JOSEPH M. STARLING, JR.,
.Petitioner,
and
GINA STARLING,
Respondent.
RE-NOTICE OF ACTION
FOR DISSOLUTION OF
MARRIAGE
TO: GINA STARLING
P.O. BOX 82
DENALI NATIONAL PARK,
ALASKA 99755
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action
has been filed against you and that
you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any, to it on
JOSEPH M. STARLING, JR., whose
address is 5001 SE 73'rd St., Hampton,
FL 32044, on or before July 2, 2009,
and file the original with the clerk of
this Court at Bradford County Clerk's
Office, 945 N. Temple Ave./P.O.
Drawer B, Starke, FL 32091, before
service on Petitioner or immediately
thereafter. If you fail to do so, a default
may be entered against you for the
relief demanded in the.petition. .
Copies of all court document.inhthis
case, including orders, are available
at the Clerk of Circuit Court's office.
You may review these documents
upon request.
You must keep the Glerk of the Circuit
'Court's office notified of your current
address.'-'(You 'may file Notice of
:,Current Address, Florida Supreme
SCourt Approved' Family Law Form
12.915) Future papers in this lawsuit
will 'be mailed to the address on
record at the clerk's office.
WARNING: Rule 12.285, Florida
Family Rules of Procedure, requires
certain automatic disclosure of
documents and information. Failure
to comply can result. in 'sanctions,
including dismissal or striking of
leading.
DATED May 22, ;2009.
RAY NORMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: Lisa Brannon
Deputy Clerk
5/28 4tchg 6/18-BCT


Florida Bar No. 16352
Austin & Barco, PA.
1970 E. Osceola Pkwy PMB 180
Kissimmee, FL 34743
Telephone: (407) 228-2822
Fax: (866) 325-8261
6/04 2tchg 6/11-BCT

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
CASE NO: 04-2009-CP-0044
IN RE: THI ESTATE OF
CECIL ALEXANDER ELLIS,
a/k/a CECILA. ELLIS, SR.,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the Estate of
CECIL ALEXANDER ELLIS a/k/a
CECIL A. ELLIS, SR., deceased,
whose date of death was March 30,
2009, File Number 04-2009-CP-
0044, is pending in the Circuit Court
for Bradford County, Florida, Probate
Division, the address of which is 945
N. Temple Avenue, Starke, Florida
32091. The names and addresses of
the personal representatives' attorney
are set forth below.
All creditors of the decedent and other
persons having claims or demands
against decedent's estate on which a
copy of this notice is served, must file
their, claims with this Court WITHIN
THE LATER OF THREE (3) MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE
OR THIRTY (30) DAYS AFTER THE
DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF
THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
' All creditors of the decedent and other
persons having claims or demands
against decedent's estate must file
their claims with the Court WITHIN
THREE MONTHS AFTER THE DATE
OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED WILL BE
-FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME
PERIODS SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY,
CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR
MORE AFTER THE DECEDENT'S
DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED. *
The date of the first publication of this
Notice is June 4, 2009.
Personal Representative:
Burney Bivens
1543 Kingsley Avenue, Suite 18-B
Orange Park, FL 32073
Attorney for Personal Representative:
Robert E. Lee, Esquire
Florida Bar No. 072788
1543 Kingsley Avenue, Suite 18-B
Orange Park, FL 32073
Telephone: 904-264-3412
Fax 904-264-2456
6/04 2tchg 6/11-BCT
NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR ED'S AUTOMOTIVE gives Notice
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA. of Foreclosure of Lien and intent to
PROBATE DIVISION sell these vehicles on 06/20/2009,
CASE NO: 04-2009-CP-0043 9:00 a.m. at 2163 NORTH TEMPLE
IN RE: THE ESTATE OF AVE., STARKE, FL 32091, pursuant
JACQUELINE L. WALKER, to subsection 677.210 of the Florida
Deceased. Statutes.. ED'S AUTOMOTIVE
NOTICE TO CREDITORS reserves the right to accept or reject'
The administration of the Estate of any and/or all bids.
JACQUELINE L. WALKER, deceased, CECC0496L798 1998 SEA DOO
whose date of death. was November 6/04 2tchg 6/11-BCT
15, 2008, is pending in the Circui'
Court for Bradford County, Florida, PUBLIC AUCTION
Probate Division, the address gf RON DENMARK MINI-STORAGE
which is Probate Division, Bradford will hold a Public Auction on Friday,
County Clerk of Court, Post Office June 19, 2009, at 10:00 a.m. at 2117
Drawer B, Starke, Florida 32091. The N. Temple Avenue, Starke, FL, on
names and addresses of the personaT thefo6llowingfistort6ge 'its' containing
representatives' attorney are set forth personal items:
-beow..-- -...... -.....-.--.-Unit.No.-14 . -CParker
All creditors of the decedent and other Unit No. 10 T Knowles
persons having claims or demands 6/04 2tchg 6/11-BCT
against decedent's estate on which a
copy of this notice is served, must file INVITATION TO BID
their claims with this Court WITHIN BID #9-0630.1
THE LATER OF THREE (3) MONTHS STARKE ELEMENTARY
AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST SCHOOL GENERATOR
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE INSTALLATION PHASE II
OR THIRTY (30) DAYS AFTER THE The Bradford County School Board,
DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF 501 W. Washington Street, Starke,
THIS NOTICE ON THEM. FL 32091, is extending invitation to
All creditors of the decedent and other all qualified General, Building and/or
persons having claims or demands Commercial Electrical Contractors to
against decedent's estate must file submit a bid to perform all remaining
their claims with the Court WITHIN work associated with the installation
THREE MONTHS AFTER THE DATE of a 500kw standby generator located
OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF at Starke Elementary School in
THIS NOTICE. N F Starke, FL, as per the "special needs
A:C�LAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN shelter stand by power generator
HE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH IN drawings", provided by John Searcy
SECTION 733.702 OF THE FLORIDA and Associates, Inc.
PROBATE CODE WILL BE FOREVER Plans and specifications must b.e
BARRED.- picked up by all potential bidders
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME between June 11-19, 2009, at
PERIODS SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY the Maintenance/Transportation
CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR Department located at 5191N. Orange
MORE AFTER THE DECEDENT'S Street W., Starke, FL from 8:00 a.m.
DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED. until 3:00 p.m., M-F.
The date of the first publication of this A mandatory pre-bid meeting with
Notice is June 4, 2009. " Mr. Richard Sapp, Director of
Personal Representative: Maintenance/Transportation will be
PATRICIA VAN EVERY held at 10:00 a.m. on June 23, 2009
2608 N. 1260" Dr. - at the Maintenance/Transportation
Avondale, Arizona 85392 Department located at 519 N. Orange
Attorney for Personal Representative: Street' W., Starke, FL 32091. (904)
Athena Barco 966-6752.
Attorney for Patricia Van Every All bids will be due no later than 10:30


a.m. June 30, 2009 in the Finance
Department located at the Bradford
County School District Office, 501 W.
Washington Street, Starke, FL 32091
and will be opened and read at that
time.,
All envelopes must be marked with
the bid number and description.
The contract shall be awarded in
accordance with the requirements of
Florida Statute and the policies of the
Bradford County School Board. The
Board reserves the right to withdraw
this request for sealed bids and may
accept any or decline all bids. All
decisions are final.
6/11 2tchg 6/18-BCT
NOTICE OF SALE |
Notice is hereby given that pursuant
to the Florida Self Storage Facility Act
Statutes (Section 83.801-83.809);
Santa Fe Storage will sell for cash
to the highest bidder at 15540 N.E.
U.S. 301, Waldo, County of Alachua,
Florida, at 12:00 p.m. on Wednesday,
June 24, 2009, and continuing day
to day thereafter until sold, the
household goods and misc. contents
of the following:
Unit # C007 Jercy Keller Misc. Items
Unit #A035 Sherry Mosley Misc.
Items.
6/11 2tchg 6/18-BCT
LEGAL NOTICE
The .Better Jobs Better Wage
Committee of FloridaWorks will hold
a meeting on Tuesday, June 161h at
1:00 p.m. at DCF Admin. Building
inside Tacachale, 1621 NE Waldo
Road, Gainesville, 32609. Please
contact Celia Chapman at 352-244-
5148 with questions.
6/11 itchg-BCT

LEGAL NOTICE
The Executive Committee of
FloridaWorks will hold a meeting!
.on Tuesday, June 161" at 2:00 p.m.
at DCF Admin. Building inside
Tacachale, 1621 NE Waldo Road,
Gainesville, 32609. Please contact
Celia Chapman at 352-244-5148 with
questions..
6/11 itchg-BCT

LEGAL NOTICE
The First Jobs/First Wages Committee
of FloridaWorks will hold a meeting
on Thursday, June 181h at 2:00 p.m.
at the CEID Center, 530 W. University
Ave., Gainesville. Please contact
Celia Chapman at 352-244-5148 with
questions.
6/11 ltchg-BCT
NOTICE OF SALE
There will be an Auction held on
Saturday, June 20, 2009, at 10:00
a.m. at C & C Mini Storage located on
Hwy 301 South, Starke, Fla. on the
following units:
1-16 Steven Fitzpatrick.
1-30' Amy Linehan '
1-64 Christopher Moss
1-76 Toni Bowden
1-53 Jeanie Austin
1-75 Jo Collins
6/11 2tchq 6/18-BCT


Lake Region
CITY OF KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
KEYSTONE AIRPARK
AUTHORITY MEMBERS
The City of Keystone Heights .is
seeking one Bradford County resident
and one Keystone Heights area
resident to serve on the' Keystone
Heights Airpark Authority Board.
Bradford County seat term is for three
years May 2009 - May 2012. The
Keystone Heights seat is for the
unexpired term ending May 5, 2010.
The positions will require a minimum
of one meeting per month and
additional workshops as'necessary.
Applications may be requested from
the City of Keystone Heights or on
the internet at www.keystoneheights.
us. . Call 352-473-4807 for more
information. Deadline for submitting
applications is June 25, 2009 at 4:30
pm at City Hall, 555 S. Lawrence
Blvd. Keystone Heights, Florida.
. 6/04 2tchg 6/11-LRM

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND
FOR CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA
FILE NO.: 09-CP-86
DIVISION: B
IN RE: ESTATE OF
WILLIAM NORRIS POWELL,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate
of WILLIAM NORRIS POWELL,
deceased, whose date of death was
January 28, 2009, is pendingin the
Circuit Court for Clay County, Florida,
Probate Division, the address of
which is P.O. Box 698, Green Cove


Springs, Florida 32043. The names
and addresses of the personal
representative and the personal
representative's attorney are set forth
below.
All creditors of the decedent and other
persons having claims or demands
against decedent's estate on whom a
copy of this notice is served must file
their claims with this court WITHIN
THE LATER OF THREE (3) MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE
OR THIRTY (30) DAYS AFTER THE
DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF
THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the decedent and
persons having claims or demands
against the decedent's estate must
file their claims with this court WITHIN
THREE (3) MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN
THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH
IN SECTION 733.702 OF THE
FLORIDA PROBATE CODE WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME
PERIODS SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY
CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR
MORE AFTER THE DECEDENT'S
DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of the first publication of this
Notice is June 4, 2009.
Personal Representative:
DON H. LESTER
1035 LaSalle Street
Jacksonville, Florida 32207
Attorney for Personal
Representative:
Randall L. Marker, Esq.
Florida Bar No.: 359696
Grimsley Marker & Iseley, P.A.
50 North Laura Street, Suite 2150
Jacksonville, Florida 32202
Telephone: (904) 354-9900
Facsimile: (904) 354-9994
6/04 2tchg 6/11-LRM


UNION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR UNION
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO. 63-2008-CA-000129
WELLS FARGO BANK, NA,
Plaint;if,
vs.
BETHANY RIVER, et al,
Defendantss.
NOTICE OF RESCHEDULED
FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to an Order Rescheduling
Foreclosure Sale dated May 20, 2009
and entered in Case No. 63-2008-
CA-000129 of the Circuit Court of the
Eighth Judicial Circuit in and for Union
County, Florida, wherein WELLS
FARGO.-BANK, NA, is the Plaintiff
and BETH&NY RIVER and RUBEN
RIVERO are th16 Defendants, I will
sell .to the highest and best bidder.
for cash at FRONT DOOR OF THE
MIDDLE OF THE UNION COUNTY
COURTHOUSE, at 11:00 a.m: on'the
18", day of June, 2009, the following
described property as set forth in said
Final Judgment:
LOT 11, IN' BLOCK B, OF
PROVIDENCE VILLAGE PHASE
2, ACCORDING TO THE PLAT
THEREOF, AS RECORDED IN PLAT
BOOK 2, AT PAGES 17,17A-17B, OF
THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF UNION
COUNTY, FLORIDA;
TOGETHER WITH A MOBILE HOME
LOCATED THEREON AS A FIXTURE
AND APPURTENANCE THERETO
A/K/A 123 SW 83�RD WAY, LAKE
BUTLER, FL 32054
Any person claiming an interest in
the surplus from the sale, if any, other
than the property owner as of the date
of the Lis Pendens must file a claim
within sixty (60) days after the sale.
WITNESS MY HAND ad the seal of
this Court on May 21, 2009.
REGINA PARRISH
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: Crystal Norman
Deputy Clerk
In accordance with the Americans
Disabilities Act, persons with
disabilities requesting reasonable
accommodations to participate in
this proceeding should contact (904)
496-3711 (Voice) or (904) 374-3639
(Voice or TDD) or via Florida Relay
Service at 1-800-955-8771. '
6/04 2tchg 6/11-UCT
PUBLIC SALE
The Lake Butler Mini Storage has
scheduled an auction on Saturday,
June 20, 2009, at 10:00 a.m. located
at 1015 SW 3rd Street, Lake Butlr,"
FL 32054 (behind the Lake Butler
Apartments, Highway 121). Pursuant
to Chapter 83 of the Storage Facility
Act of the State of Florida, the
following units will be foreclosed:
Allison Alldaffer : Units #73 & 74


$1,214.60
Ursula Marlow Unit #61 $251.00
Ivan Green Unit #14 $186.00
Martha Brown Unit #8 $178.38
Andrew O'Brian Unit #11 $176.00
Jonathan Willis Unit #28 $79.32
6/11 ltchg-UCT
PUBLIC NOTICE
The Union County Housing Authority
Is seeking interested persons to serve
ron the Board of Commissioners.
Housing Authority provides low-
income apartments . to families,
handicap and the elderly. Interested
persons may contact the office at
(386) 496-2047.
6/11 ltchg-UCT


Florida and their affiliate companies.
Agents who seek to be considered
for this appointment must submit a
Requisition for Agent application,
which may be obtained from the
Board of County Commissionerm
Office by contacting Dianne Hannon,
Secretary to the Board, at 15 N.E. 1"
Street, Lake Butler,. Florida 32054, by
e-mail to bocc@windstream.net to: bocc@windstream.net> or at 386-
496-4241. The Request for Agent
Application must be submitted to the
Board Office in person or by mail, no
later than June 24, 2009, 4:00 p.m.
and must be in a sealed envelope
clearly btarked "Request for Agent"
with nine (9) copies enclosed. The
selection for the Agent of Record will


. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF be heard by the Union County Boar,4
THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, of County Commissioners at their
IN AND FOR UNION COUNTY, 'July 20, 2009 regularly scheduled
FLORIDA board meeting.
CIVIL ACTION 6/11 2tchg 6/18-UCT
CASE NO. 63-2009-CA-000060
CHASE HOME FINANCE LLC.
SUCCESSOR BY MERGER TO
CHASE MANHATTAN MORTGAGE
CORPORATION,
Plaintiff,
vs.
WILLIAM PAINTER, et al, Smoking is
Defendant(s).
NOTICE OF ACTION dan
TO: WILLIAM PAINTER dal g I Vu
LAST KNOWN ADDRESS: 14779
SW 92"d v n
Lake Butler, FL 32054-9318
CURRENT ADDRESS:'Unknown season hand
TO: PATRICIA PAINTER s c U oUl a
LAST KNOWN ADDRESS: 14779 By Yolanda Thomas
SW 92n 'B
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054-9318 Tobacco Prevention Specialist,
CURRENT ADDRESS: 'Unknown Bradford County Health
ANY AND ALL UNKNOWN PARTIES Department
CLAIMING BY, THROUGH, ep
UNDER, AND AGAINST THE " Most people know. that there
HEREIN NAMED INDIVIDUAL are dangers linked to using
DEFENDANTS) WHO ARE NOT
KNOWN TO BE DEAD OR ALIVE, tobacco . products, but. did you
WHETHER SAID UNKNOWN know that breathing smoke from
PARTIES MAY CLAIM AN someone else's cigarette, 'pi
INTEREST AS SPOUSE, HEIRS,
DEVISEES, GRANTEES OR or cigar can make you and your
OTHER CLAIMANTS family sick
LAST KNOWN ADDRESS: Unknown According to the Centers for
CURRENT ADDRESS: Unknown Accordng o e enters
YOU-ARE NOTIFIED that an action to Disease Control, "secondhand
foreclOse a mortgage on the following smoke contains over50 chemicals
property in UNION County, Florida:
.LOT 8, QUAIL RIDGE,.ACCORDING that. cause cancer and heart
TO THE PLAT THEREOF AS disease." It is even more harmful
RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 2, for children since children arn
PAGE 4 OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS
OF UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA, often in places where they may
TOGETHER WITH A- MOBILE not have the choice or ability
HOME LOCATED THEREON AS to remove themselves from
A PERMANENT FIXTURE AND move themselves "from
AN APPURTENANCE THERETO exposure to secondhand smoke,
VIN #'S HMST15181BGA AND such as in the home or in their
HMST15181AGA
has been filed against you and you parents' car.
are required to serve a copy of your That's why it is up to adults
written defenses within 30 days after "tomake sure Ihey do not smoke'
the first publication, if any, on Florida.
Default Law Group, P.L., Plaintiff's around or in places where their
attorney, whose address is 9119 children are. Some things that
Corporate Lake Drive, Suite 300, ariv hiren
Tampa, Florida 33634, and file, the parents and caregi'ers olchidren
original with this Court either before 'can do to eliminate the amount of
service on Plaintiff's attorney or secondhand smoke children are
immediately thereafter; otherwise a . , ,,.... ..
default will be entered against you for exposed to would be to make the
the relief demanded in the Complaint home smoke-free. Thai means not
or petition.
This notice shall be published once moking in the home or allowing
each week for two consecutive weeks others to smoke there-smoking
in the Union County Times.., .. -outside instlepAprIWing help to
WITNES S my hand and the �pal 9Tf .�uiL s ,� -�jr'
this Court on this, '' ,cay eo June, qu up,
2009. Children Who live in homes
S Regina Parrish where smoking is allowed are at
Clerk of the Court
By: Julia Croft' more risk to havehealth problems
As Deputy Clerk such asthma, ear infection and
In accordance with the American are at a hiher risk of dyingfro
Disabilities Act, person with re at a higher risk f dying fr
disabilities requesting reasonable Sudden Infant Death Syndrome
accommodations to participate in (SIDS).
this proceeding should Confa&t.(386) If you are interestedIn quitting
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Commissioners is seeking ad qualified
person or firm to serve as our Agent
of Record, to act on our behalf as'an
agent and consultant for Union County
Employee. Group Health Insurance
benefits. The Agent of Record will
be responsible and accountable to
the Union County' Board of County
Commissioners and employees
to educate, advise and. handle all
aspects of service issues regarding
the group's health insurance. The
Agent must be licensed in the State
of Florida and be in good standing
with the Florida Department of
Insurance. The Agent must have at
least ten years experience in group
health benefits and be appointed by
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Local gymnasts impress at state competition


. Six girls from USA Gymnastics
fof Florida began preparing for
'competition last fall, progressing
tremendously to improve their
,strength, flexibility, balance,
!coordination, teamwork and self-
�confidence.
In January they began.
,competing.
I USAGFtraveled toOcalaforits
first state qualifier and left with
,all six girls scoring high enough
,to be invited to participate in the.
state championships.
Their second and -third state
,qualifiers in Perry and Orange
City weren't without individual
setbacks. One girl even hose to
leave the team.The girls' routines
were getting better, but the other
teams' were as well. The USAGF
girls were encouraged to do their
best and to have fun. Everything
else would take care of itself.
After four more weeks of
preparation,Kierston Boatwright,
Emily Yakel, Olivia Archer,
Brooke Tschorn and Madison'


Brooks traveled to Orlando and
Disney's Wide World of Sports
Milk House for two days of
competition against other gyms
from all over the state.
Day one, Kierston and Emily
hit their routines and scored all
around scores of 32.550 and
33.025, 'respectively, bettering
their scores from any of their
previous meets. Emily walked
away with a first-place vault
score and a second-place all-
around score in her division.
Next to perform was Brooke.
She hit strong routines also. but it
was her uneven bars routine that
really shined. She placed first on
bars, which helped up her all-
around score to 34.125, her best
ever.
Daytwoofcompetition brought
more excitement. Olivia was the
next gymnast to go and she had
the meet of the season. Scoring
more than three and a half points
higher than she did at her first
qualifier, Olivia placed second


on beam and second all around
with a score of 35.525. This score
also earned Olivia an elite pin, an
honor bestowed on those scoring
35 points or higher.
Madison, being the youngest
competitor from USAGF, had the
distinction of already scoring 35
plus points in the third qualifier
and was therefore competing in
the highest division. Besting her
highest qualifying score by .325
with a 35.450, she too earned her
elite pin.
USA Gymnastics of Florida
has been teaching gymnastics
1988 and built its own facility in
Starke in 2006.
Persistent parents and coach
Judi Markell (formerly the head
coach at University of Florida).
are credited with contributing
to the success of the Level 4
competitive program.
Submitted by Ronnie
McRevnolds.


'Mobile home' ordinance defeated in Starke


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD from the city attorney's office "It's hard for me to sit;
Telegraph.Editor said the operations manager try to deny someone being a
Should be allowed to use his to put a nice mobile home. o
The Starke"City Commission discretion in determining who is piece of property," Waters s;
ultimately turned down an granted a permit. . although he said he underst
ordinance that would have Commissioner Carolyn where others were coming frc
allowed the city operations. Spooner said having discretion Questioned about who wo
..ahager to issue temporary use to make that decision did not police the two-year time li
permits on a case by case basis. necessarily mean granting a and what would happen if it w
*.Among other things, passage permit to anyone who applied, violated, the commission co
ofH. ther ordinance woujd have Chastain said, however, the not give an answer. The same
allowed for temporary placement ordinance opens up the entire true when it came down to w\
of mobile homes in'areas not city for what had been proposed circumstances would and wo
zoned for them. for one area. not qualify for a temporary
':Caught between granting a "I just don't know that that's permit.
rezoning request or not several good for Starke," he said. Waters gave up the gavel dur
weeks ago, some interest was, He also wasn't sure who should the commission meeting in or
expressed by the commission in be making this decision-the to move that the ordinance
adding a hardship provision to operations manager or the city approved. Spooner suppoQ
the city's land development code commission, the motion,wxith both agree
that would allow the rezoning Spooner said she preferred that there would be no per
applicant to temporarily place a for the matter to come before extension granted beyond i
mobile home on her property so the commission, a preference years and that the decision wo
her daughter could be close by Operations Manager Ricky rest with the commission.nst
for family reasons. Thompson shared. of the operations . mana
What the city eventually , Whoever had that discretion, Even with those conditions,
advertised was an ordinance that Commissioner Travis Woods ordinance was defeated 3-2. v
wa much broader than originally said it would be difficult to say Commissioner Danny. Nug
intended and that invested'- yes to one applicant and no to Woods and Chastain vol
decision-making authority with another.:Jf it became difficult to against it.
the operations manager instead say no, trailers would be popping
of the commission. up all over the place, he said. A i
"T"mWrtssoiwr'"," ,-1 Tommy Some..citi.zens. who opposed. U.,R elJly;store
Chastainquestioi4h4orenwablg,,�'rilj pIf�e.^ CR io.equeL, kivj e." brA kt, .
two-year lime'frame described in ret&0rh t6 6ppdA proposed " gI Ve U IreaK
the temporary use ordinance. He ordinance, including Amanda
also questioned ,whether these Hudson, who said passing the on signage
temporary permits would qualify ordinance would be a setback The city of Starke's
as spot zoning. Even though after years of restricting the. O'Reilly Auto Parts store
Zoning Director Nora Thompson placement or mobile homes in allowed to erect'a nonconform
said a property's actual zoning the city. In today's economy, the sign since the city commis,
would not be affected by such a commission could befaced with plans on relaxing sign stand
permit, Chastain pointed out the number of hardship cases that go -though it has yet to do so.
ordinance allows the applicant beyond medical circumstances, The city operations, mana
to get around the intended use she warned. . said the plan was to suspend
requirements' for two or more Mayor Wilbur Waters, a existing sign requirements w
years. proponent of the ordinance, said work on the sign ordinance
i Because the ordinance did not he believed the city had hardship completed. He said the cur
specifically address hardships, provisions years ago. He said ordinance is too restrictive
there are n.o criteria. for what while zoning serves a purpose, he argued that the city needed
ot*ld constitute a hardship. The had a problem telling landowners work with businesses-O'Re
temporary use ordinance simply what they can and cannot do in particular, since it is opera
restricted applications based on with their properties. He believes in a matter of days.
the.familial bonds of the parties cases such as the one presented Other businesses in the
involved. ," .. to the commission weeks ago. thatwvanted around the'city'ss
Because hardship was not do constitute hardships and regulations had to seek variar
specifically defined. Will Sexton exceptions should be made. in order to exceed signage lit


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that included application fees and
public notice that such a variance
had been requested.
Consideration of this
impromptu waiver was not even
on the commission's agenda for
the evening.
Spooner expressed discomfort
with making an exception to the
iv'ules.
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we follow our own rules. I don't talk of rushing an ordinance'
have a problem trying to work to advertisement and even
with businesses, but I want to instructing the city board of
do it within the guidelines that adjustment to rule in favor of a
we've established," she said. variance for the store.
Proposed changes .to the Theboardasawholeeventually
sign ordinance have not been instructed Thompson to .waive
workshopped, nor has there the signage requirements. for
been any public input on what O'Reilly Auto Parts pending the
changes should or should not be concurrence of the city attorney
made, although there was brief that it was the right thing to do.
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in just a short time they will start raising fees, boosting loan rates,
and implementing user fees on everything except breathing the air:

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UC horse has first case of EEE


The Florida Department of
Agriculture and Consumer
Secr ices has reported the
first case of Eastern Equine
Encephalitis (EEE) in a horse
in I nion County.
Statewide, this is the 14th
horse to be reported with EEE
\irus infection in 2009. Three
other cases were reported in
neighboring Columbia County.
According to Dr. Mike Short
with FDACS, Florida has
averaged 75 confirmed cases
each year during the past 20
years. In most all of them, the
horses had not been vaccinated
within the past year and many
have no vaccine history at all.
The sad news is that over 90
percent of horses infected with
EEE die. The message to horse
owners is to vaccinate.
EEE virus, occurs naturally
in cycles involving birds and


mosquitoes in' freshwater.., proteetioneffortsshould include
swampy areas. Activity' ;i :-the FiVe'D's of prevention:
Florida usually peaks between *." Dusk and dawn - Avoid
May and August. EEE does not being outdoors when
often escape from the swampy mosquitoes are seeking blood.
areas because the mosquitoes For many species, this is during
involved prefer to -feed upon the dusk and dawn hours.
birds. For this reason, human ' Dre.ss- .Wear clothing that
and animal cases are rare, covers most of you skin when
however, when they do occur, outdoors..
they are often severe. * Deet - When the
Symptoms of clinical potential exists for exposure
encephalitis by EEE in humans to mosquitoes, repellents
begin 3-10 days after a bite containing Deet are
by an infected mosquito and recommended. Picaridin, oil of
can include a sudden onset of lemon eucalyptus and IR3535
fever, general muscle pain and are other repellent options.
headache. Many individuals D . rainage - Check
will progress to more severe around your home to rid the
symptoms such as seizures area of standing water where.
and coma. Approximately one- mosquitoes can lay their eggs.
third of all people with clinical. Elimination of breeding-sites is
encephalitis caused by the EEE one of the keys to prevention.
virus will die from the disease. Other lips include cleaning
Your personal mosquito out. eves, troughs and gutters.


Remove old tires and drain
tires used on playgrounds by
drilling holes in them. Turn
over or remove empty, plastic
pots. Pick up all beverage
containers and cups left
lying around. Check tarps
on boats or other equipment
that may collect water. Pump
out bilges on boats. Replace
water in birdbaths and pet or
other animal feeding dishes
at least once a week. Change
water in plant trays, including
hanging plants, at least-ince a
week. Remove vegetation or
obstructions in drainage ditches
that prevent the flow of water.
If you would like more
information on EEE and its
prevention, please contact
Richard: Land at the Union
County Health Department at
(386) 496-3211.


UC schools will host summer food program


Lindsey Saunders of Lake Butler recently received a
third-place win at the Intel International Science Fair in
Reno, Nev.



U C student


earns 3rd at


international


science fair


. Last month, Lindsey
Saunders came in third,at the
Intel .International Science
and Engineering Fair in Reno,
Nev. The Intel international
Science and Engineering Fair
is the highest level of student
science research competition in
the world.'.
Saunders, who recently
completed her sophomore year
at Union County High School,'
is, the daughter of Anthony
and. Celeste Saunders of Lake


of text on students' reading
comprehension abilities.
Last year, she tested second-
grade students, but this year she
focused on differences between
struggling and on-level readers
.in grades two through five.
Accompanying Saunders
on her trip to Reno was
Renae Allen, Regional Intel
International Science Fair
director and teacher at Union
County High School, along with
Saunders' mother and Richard


. . , , -, . -. . --
Saunders' science fair project lndi d .h s to
was -awarded as the most continue her reading research
outstanding project at the next year. '
Suwannee. Valley Regional
Science 'and Engineering Fair
in Lake City. She went on to I
compete at the state level in S I VI
April, winning numerous
awards, including first place T R E E S
in the behavioral and social i1 L L S
sciences category.
Her third-place win at the . - ,
. international science fair
included a $1,000 cash prize. , ' *-- '
Saunders has been ...:. ",v -
researching the effects of, -L. ' Oii I
block versus formatted styles


Quilters meet
in Lulu
Interested in learning to
quilt or gathering with other
experienced quilters? A quilting
group meets on the second and
third Thursday of each month at
10 a.m. at the Lulu Community
Center. Bring a brown bag
lunch. For more information,
contact Sue Hansen at (386)
752-2596.


The Union County School
Board will again be participating
in the Summer Food Service.
Program during the months of
June, July and August.
Nutritionally balanced meals
will be provided to all children
regardless of race, color, sex,
disability, age or national origin
during summer vacation when
school breakfasts and lunches
are not available. All children
18 years old and younger, at
open restricted sites,are eligible
for meals at no charge and there
will be no discrimination in the
course of the meal service.


The programs are only * L
approved for geographical Schoo
areas of need where 50 percent * T
or more of the children qualify Break
for free or reduced-price meals Any
during the school year. Summer or she
feeding sites that are located against
at schools provide meals to
all children in the immediate
vicinity in addition to those -"--
enrolled in summer school. *
The following sites will be
participating, in the Summer
Food Service Program June 15 ,
through Aug. 11.
* Lake Butler Elementary,
School: Breakfast and lunch. '


Lulu community

celebrates homecoming


More than 600 people
attended the 30th annual
Lulu homecoming held
last month. Children
enjoyed the grand finale
of the event-a greased
pig contest. There were 18
greased pigs and loads of
fun watching the children
try to catch them. Pictured
at right is the oldest
person in attendance: 95-
year-old Birdie Smythe
holding the youngest in
attendance. 20-day old
Colton Miles Proveaux, the
son of Brent and Nichole
Proveaux.


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person who believes he
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(202) 720-5964 (voice or TDD)
or write to the USDA Director,
.Office of Civil Rights, Room
326-W, Whitten Buitlingr14u- .
and Independence Ave. S.W.,
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NOTICE OF ELECT ON
TOWN OF WORTHINGTON SPRINGS
NOTICE is hereby given as provided by the Charter of the Town of
Worthington Springs, Florida, that a municipal election will be held in
the said Town of Worthington Springs on the third (3rd) Tuesday in
July, 2009, the same being July 21, 2009, for the purpose,of electing
the' following officers of the said Town of Worthington Springs to
serve for the term as hereinafter stated, to-wif:
Candidate for Town Council shall qualify for seats numbered one
through five.
Seat One for a term of four (4) years
� Seat Three for a term of four (4) years
Seat Five for a term of four (4) years
Elector must qualify to become a candidate by July 6, 2009. An
-Affidavit can be signed at the Town Hall on Wednesdays from 8:30
am to 3:3.0 pm or you may contact the Clerk, Pat Harrell, at 386-496-
1373 or 352-316-6776.
Election will be held at the City Hal! located at 11933 SW 36th Dr.
and State Road 121 in Worthington Springs, Florida, on July 21,
2009, and the polls will be open at 7:00 arn and close at 7:00 pm.


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June 11, 2009 TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR--A-SECTION Page 9A


For a donation of $100 to
the library, the donor receives
a certificate about the tree
that includes information on
the person in whose honor (or
in whose memory) the tree


Narcotics-
Anonymous
meets
New Way Narcotics
anonymous group meets
every Thursday at 6:30 p.m.
at Sardis Baptist Church. The
church is located on S.R. 121
in Worthington Springs.

Are you
unemployed
and over the
age of 55?
If you are unemployed and
over the age of 55, there is
assistance available to you for
*obtaining a job. The Florida
Institute for Workforce
Innovation program currently
has several openings for paid
.job training in Union County.
Contact Carrie Tam with the
Senior Community Service
Employment Program at (352)
244-5142.


was planted. Donor names are
also heing placed on a plaque
located inside the library.
So far, the library has
received four tree donations. A
live oak \\as planted in honor
of the Steihenson family\ and
Lake ButlerApparel Company
for dedicated service. another
live oak has been dedicated


METAL & SHINGLE
ROCF! .IG


LEFT: Union County Forester Jay Tucker
teaches Mikal Erwin and Kaitlyn Moody
about the proper way to plant bushes
and trees. BELOW: Tide Molino and
Keldric Bradley are assisted by Bradford
County Forester Nicole Howard while
Jordan Davis packs the soil around a
bush just placed in a hole dug by Edward
Bernas.


to New River Public Library
Director Ginny Bird, a live
oak was planted in memory of
Larry Osborne and a dogwvood
tree was planted in memory
of Vyomkesh Bhalt.
Trees still available for
dedication are five live oaks,
six elms, two sago palms.


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one Japanese maple and one
dogwvood.
If anyone would like to ha% e
a tree donated in memory or
honor of a loved one. please
contact. Mary Brown at the
library bv calling (386) 496-
496-3432.


WEIGHT


SUMMER-'..



.-4
SCHEDULE, .

The Union County Public Library has set some special
events for its summer program.
All summer programs are free to the public and begin
at 10 a.m.


Thursday, June 11
Loudini the Magician at
the LBES cafeteria-
Thursday, June 18
Reptiles! With Deven
Wheeler at the LBES
cafeteria
Thursday, June 25
The Art of Dance featuring
the Kelly Christie Dance
Academy at the LBES
cafeteria
*Remember: you can visit
the new library building at
the grand opening on
Wednesday,July I,
beginning at 10a.m.
Thursday, July 9
Let's Be Creative!
Published children's author
and local resident Donna
Harris at the library
Monday, July 13
'Clown Around with
Ronald McDonald at the
library


Thursday, July 16
Fairytale Theater Presents:
The Tickle Octopus
Thursday, July 23
The Great Ekujo African
Dance ensemble
Thursday, July 30
End of Summer Bash!
Be sure to pick up your
summer reading log
sheet at the library.
The summer
reading program
begins Sunday,
June 7. Earn cool
prizes for
reading during j
the summer! !


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KIHR.S says farewell to retirees


BY SARAH EUBANKS
Student Contributor
After years ppon ' years
of constant hard work, four
Keystorne Heights High School
faculty and staff m~mbers'are -
retiring. .
Janie Phillips has spent'
35 years in the educational
field. Before becoming vice-
principal, she had been an
assistant principal for ei6'01
years. Before that. Ph'illps'
was a teacher. .-
According to Phillips
the best part of her job is,
"Observing children mature
into young adults: It tickles
me pink to hear a student say I
helped in their success." -
Speaking of- her own-
education during high school
.she stated,"I was a B-C student.
I hated school with a passion.
When I reached college; I had
a really awesome professor
who thought I would do well
in teaching." "
With her career decided,.
Phillips went on to spend 32
years as a "Fighting Indian."
"Thirty-five years in this-


profession is enough. You
need 30 years to retire, and
I'm five over. I reallN don't
want to reach 40 years. That is
why I am retiring now."
The vice-principal said she
knows the Lord will open
another door for her. She is
unsure about what's next, but
said she will miss the students
and staff..
Before going to work for a
successionofKHHS principals,
Denise Akridge was a library
clerk at the high school for 16
years. Add the two together.
and that's a whopping 32 )ears
in service to local schools.
"*When I was in high school,
I didn't think I would get
through college, so I chose a
semi-easy job, a secretary,"
Akridge said. She added
that the best part for her was
that the hours were perfect
for her family life. Having
four children and working
from early morning to earlN
afternoon just fit her lifest) le.
Akridge knows what she will
be doing after retiring. "I am
going to spend my time with


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sum mer Be Creative at Your Library
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Sp0rograms to: encourage children and
The Melrose young people to read during
The Melrose Public Library .the summer.
has scheduled a -series of The Melrose Public Library
programs for young people -s located behind the Melrose
this summer. The programs Post Office at 312 Wynnwood
begin this week with a summer Ave. For more information call
kickoff on Saturday, June 13; (352) 475-1237.


irom 10 a.m. to noon.
On Tuesday. June. 16, at
.1 p.m., the Melrose library.
features fiber artist 'Jan
Peckenbach with-. a -teen
'workshop on making bags and
packs from recycled blue jeans.
Supplies and. snacks will be
provided. The program is for
teens 13-19.
For children 3-12 years of
age, on Thursday, June 18. at
1 p.m., WUFT and Clifford
the Big Red Dog will visit.


TOPS meets -
TOPS stands for Take Off
Pounds Sensibly. It is a weight
loss group that meets weekly
on Thursday at Clay Electric,
,10 Citrus Ave. and S.R. 100,
Keystone Heights.
Weigh-in is from 6-6:45 p.m.
The meeting and program begin
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John Allen is a teacher and
an art lover, and his job has let
him do what he loves. Off and
qn, he taught art at KHHS for
30 years. He also taught math
for six y.ars and served as the
school's yearbook sponsor.
His choice of career came
after receiving an associate's
degree from Miami-Dade
Community College. He
was soon accepted into UF,
where he met a girlfriend .who
majored in art education. After
seeing how much fun she had
doing her job, he soon followed
suit. Allen had always wanted
to teach, but until that point he
was unsure of what to teach.
Allen is still at the top of
his game, but, sadly, he has
no choice but to retire. This is
lIis fifth year in the Deferred
Retirement Option Program, a
point at which the state is now
forcing teachers to retire.
Allen said, "I feel like I have
had the best job in the world.
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Next, Allen may 'teach
classes for the Florida Virtual
School or at the Departure of
Defense. He hopes to do some
art of his own, now that he has
some free time. '
Eileen; Smith has taught
math at KHHS for 34 years,
and said "The best part of
teaching is seeing "the ,light
go on" in students when they
finally understand a concept.
Another great feeling is when
former students see you in the
community and come up and.
thank you for what you taught
them."
She said she hates to say
goodbye to all the students she
has taught. Smith has been at
KHHS so long that she has
taught generations of students'
families.
Smith also said she would not
miss the constant paperwork
that teachers face during the
school year.
"Retiring has been a hard
decision to make because I
love the. kids," Smith said.
Her retirement plans include.
tra eling with her husband:


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'KHHS senior Katie Gillard and Bradford HIgr-
sophomore Courtney Sexton are among the seven
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Gillard are in the front row at left. (Also included are
John Barnes, Farley Callaghan, Trenden Davis, Cameron
Dickerson and Wayne Martin, all from North Central
Florida.)


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Gillard is one of 197 seniors
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The first group of Whatastars
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* The Garden Club of the
:Lakes' Yard of the Month
Award for May goes to Wayne
sand Sandy Park of Pointview
!Road in Keystone Heights.
"Our yard is family, a little
piece of everyone," Sandy
.said.
i Many plants and pieces
,of yard art were given to the
couple by family and friends,
Like the bird of paradise .given
;by Wayne 's dad, Ralph, or
Sthe splash plant Sandy says is
from her mom and the oxalis
per- capie which belonged to
,Wayne's grandmother. Yard
fart made by Sandy 's sister
,and brother-in-law is 'placed
amongst the plants.
The yard-is totally enveloped
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'Livingoansthe
,Edge' planned
' The Florida Division of
'Forestry and 'Clay County
fEmergency Management will
"'host a "Living on the Edge in
,Florida" wildfire awareness
workshop on Thursday, June
11, at 6:30 p.m.
The class will be held at
:the Middleburg Presbyterian


by giant scrub oaks which help
shade the many varieties of
plants.
Leather leaf ferns are
intermingled with 'crepe
myrtles of red, purple, and pink.
Legustrum trim all around the
house is mixed with giant pink
azaleas throughout the front
and back yards. Japanese plum,
miniature gardenia, apple tree,
laruapedulum, pink variegated.
pittosporum, magnolia and
(holly red tip are just a few of
the plants that adorn the Park
yard.
Woodelia with sunny yellow
flowers surround an oak tree,
which, visually, makes the red
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of Confederate jasmine and
honeysuckle waft through the
air to remind you that it is
spring.
Plants normally considered
house plants are planted
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and there are very unusual
mixtures of green edge and
silver streaked fittonia, pilea,
corn plants, spotted cadiaeum,
rubber plants and propeller
plants with orange and red,
flowers and thick waxy leaves,
To nominate a church, yard, .
or business in Melrose or
Keystone Heights for Yard of
the Month, call Deirdre (352)
281-3026 or Cheryl (352) 473-
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COmmittee will meet on
Nfondan.June 15,immediately.,
following the Finance
Committee meeting, that is
being held at 2 p.m. in the
county commission 'meeting
room on the fourth floor of
the administration building
at 477 Houston St. in Green
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Haven Hospice recognized
outstanding volunteers in the
Palatka area during a luncheon
on April 29 at the Haven
Hospice Roberts Care Center
in Palatka. Among the honored
volunteers were two Lake
Region residents.
A Community Outreach-
Special Projects Volunteer
ServiceAward went to Keystone
Heights resident Bonna Yates.
A volunteer for more than 13
years, Yates was one of the
first out of the Palatka office
to volunteer to be part of the
speaker's bureau. She agreed
to be the team leader in her area
to set up opportunities to speak
to groups and organize other
volunteers to share their story.
Florahome resident Jesse
Absher received the Patient-
Family Volunteer Service


Melrose
Lodge plans
breakfast
The Melrose Masonic Lodge
is planning a pancake breakfast
on July 4.-The breakfast runs
from 7:30-11 a.m. Adult meals
are $4, Children under 12 can
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is as a patient-family volunteer.
He has lent himself, a listening
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Hospice volunteer Mary
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Today, Ford Motor Company has separated
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in America for 32 years running.

Oh, and by the way, the voice-activated
SYNC� system5 in Ford vehicles isn't
available on Honda, Toyota or any other
manufacturer. They missed the boat on
that one. .

Recently, speaking of Ford and the econo-
my, CEO Alan Mulally said, "As we come
through this, we're going to be a turbo
machine on the other side."

He wasn't.joking. This summer, Ford will
introduce the new 2010 Ford Taurus with
the available EcoBoostrM V6 engine.'
Designed with .direct injection and twin
turbochargers, EcoBoost will create V8
power with V6 efficiency. How's that for
American ingenuity? Shortly, the same
twin-turbo technology will be applied to
90% of our engines. Then, in 2010, Ford.
will start rolling out electric vehicles. I'm
sure they'll be even more fantastic.'

So there are plenty of reasons to buy a new
Ford - and not simply because we're
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Perhaps even more important are roots
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$3,000 in scholarships at Bradford High
School with our FFA Program. Together
we've-raised $12,000 for Bradford
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Visit us at Town and Country. We hope
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all manufacturers' entities. Star ratings are part of the U.S. Department of Transportation's Safercar.gov program (www.safercar.gov). 3EPA-estimated 23 dity/34 hwy mpg,
combined 27.mpg, Fusion S, 1-4 automatic. Non-hybrid. EPA-estimated 41 city/36 hwy mpg, Ford Fusion Hybrid. Actual mileage will vary. Midsize class per R. L. Polk & Co.
4Based on unadjusted city fuel economy from EPA (10/08) and VCA (5/08). EPA-estimated 34 city/31 hwy mpg. Actual mileage will vary. 5Driving while distracted can result
in loss of vehicle control. Only use mobile phones and other devices, even with voice commands, when it is safe-to do so. 6Coming summer 2009 on 2010 Taurus SHO.








Section B: Thursday, June 11, 2009



Regional News

News from Bradford County, Union County and the Lake Region area



Veterans reminisce about D-Day at Camp Blanding


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
A museum's displays can
tell a story, but nothing can
,document history quite like
talking to someone who has
actually lived it.
That is why amidst the
displays of World War II
-weapons, communications
equipment and other
paraphernalia utilized by U.S.
soldiers, Greg Parsons, the
curator of the Camp Blanding


Museum, felt it important to
invite those who had those
who had actually served during
World War II to be a part of
the museum's recognition of
the 65th anniversary of D-Day.
It's one thing to read Tom
Brokaw's ,book, "The Greatest
Generation," Parsons said. It's
quite another thing to actually
talk to people who have lived
through experiences most of us
have only read about.
"What's written in the


history books is one thing."
Parsons said, "but. when you
meet the guys who were
actually there and who fought
in that battle, _you kind of
realize, 'Ok, there's a lot more
to it than what's in the history
books."
Several veterans were on
hand who either landed on the
beaches of Normandy on D-
Day or who escorted men and
equipment to the beaches that
day. None, at that time, knew


World War II veterans (I-r) Mario Patruno, Francis Heppner, Dorman Clayton, Lionel
Capoldo, Thomas Santarsiero and Levi Starling shared their memories during the
observance of the 65. anniversary of D-Day at the Camp Blanding Museum.


they were participants of an
event that would live on in
history. As Lionel Capoldo of
Lake City put it, 'It Wasn't
until later that I realized it was
supposed to be so-iething
important."
Francis Heppner, who
landed on Utah Beach at
approximately 9:30 a.m. that
day, said, 'All we thought of
was getting off the beach."
Heppfler, Capoldo and
several other veterans shared
_their stories with those who
asked a-id-plfced a wreath at
the museum's D-Day
monument in honor of those
who fought and lost their lives
on those beaches. Capoldo
tried to say a few words to the
assembled crowd prior to the
wreath placement, but he just
could not get many words out,
citing the fact he wag not
prepared to make any kind of
speech.
However, it was apparent
Capoldo was also overcome
with emotion.
. "We were the ones who took
those guys up to the beach,"
the Navy man said.
When asked afterward what
D-Day meant to him, Capoldo
replied that it was hard to say.
"IL was a point in my life
where I was 18 years old and
really didn't know what the
heck I was doing," he said.
"The boat I was on, we
escorted the, first-wave troops.
We camp -,in' again with the
second and the third (waves),
and .we .stayed off the beach
real close. My boat was a
converted landing craft, which


Maj. Gen. Douglas Burnett, the adjutant general of
Florida, shakes hands with Dorman Clayton, who
landed on the shores of Normandy two days after D-
Day.


was made into a gun boat."
Levi Starling of Jacksonville
was another Navy man who
participated .in D-Day. His
landing craft tank made its first
approach to Omaha Beach at
approximately 6:25 a.m,
carrying 1)D (duplex-drive)
tanks.,
"We landed just before the
troops did, about three to five-
minutes before they came in,"
Starling said. "We retracted
-fr.om the beach after we let
them off. The guns were-firing


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at us to start with, but as soon
as they saw those tanks roll off
our deck, they forgot about us
and went after those tanks."
The second trip to shore,
after a return to the cargo ship
for reloading, was rough,
Starling said.
"The dead and the dying and
the debris had started floating
out," he said.
Starling, whose craft made
three landings, remembered
seeing an infantryman running
out of the smoke and flames on
the beach. He said he could
imagine the soldier, who was
wounded, thinking to himself
that he was brought aboard the-
beach upon an LCT, so if he
could reach the one Starling
was aboard, he would be safe.
"He just fell forward,"
Starling said. "That's when we
were retracting. There wasn't
anything we could do for him."
By the (time- Heppner's�
battalion reached the beach,
the infantry had pushed the
Germans back so that there
was no small-arms fire on the
beach, Heppner said. However,
the Germans were still shelling
the beach.
"We walked up on the
beach," Heppner said. "In the
whter, there were bodies of
soldiers rolling around in the
surf. They were the infantry
that had been killed in the
water. Their skin was starting
to turn black already from
being in the water."
It brought home the reality
of the situation for Heppner
and all those young men who
had never seen such sights.
"The bodies were our
introduction to war- that war
was real and that people got
killed," he said.
Heppner said there were no
casualties in his battalion .
during that landing on the
beach. Capoldo said his group,
which consisted of 1,500 men,
was supposed to sustain high
casualties that day.
"Fortunately, we didn't,
although my best friend in the
Navy did get killed," Capoldo
said.
Veteran Thomas Santarsiero
of Gainesville said he should
have been killed his first day
of' battle. He also said he
should have been on the
beaches of Normandy on' D-
Day.
Santarsiero, who served in
the 28th Division, was in Camp
Shanks ip New York,
preparing to go overseas. The
ship he and the other soldiers
were on, however, began
sinking in the harbor. They
were offloaded and. then split

See D-DAY, p. 3B



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Recent
Arrests in
Bradford,
Clay or Union
The following individuals
were arrested recently by local
law enforcement officers in
Bradford, Union or Clay
(Keystone Heights area)
counties:
George Wright, 58, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
June 2 by Clay County
Sheriffs Office. (CCSO)
.deputies on a warrant for
violation of probation (original
charge was criminal mischief),
Debra Eaton, 55, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
June 3 by CCSO deputies on a
warrant for contempt of court
(original charge was having no
motor vehicle registration).
Adam Hall, 26, of Keystone
Heights was arrested June 3 by
CCSO deputies on a warrant
for contempt of court (original
charge was resisting an officer
without violence).
Joshua Elliott, 19, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
June 4 by CCSO deputies for
having no valid driver's
license.
Cecil Litton, 53, of Lake
Butler was arrested June 4 by
CCSO deputies on a .warrant
for violation of probation
(original charge was issuing a
worthless check).
Seth Sutherland, 21, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
June 4 by CCSO deputies on a
warrant for capital sexual
battery.
Leo Svitek, 37, of Keystone
Heights was arrested June 4 by
CCSO deputies on a warrant
"for . trafficking in
Hydrocodone.
Tamarra Lanter, 46, of
Lawtey was arrested June 5 by
CCSO deputies for two counts
of DUI and two counts of
possession. of a" controlled
substance.
Dewey Moore, 23, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
June 5 by CCSO deputies 'for
violation of probation (original
charge was grand theft).
Robert Lester Hartman Jr.,
46, of Jacksonville was
arrested June 2 by Bradford
County Sheriff's. Office
(BCSO) deputies for failure to
appear in court on bail
"-(original charge was"" a
misdemeanorr. Bohd.-: as set
..jt $4,000 and he remained in


jail as of press time.
Kimberly Dawn Strickland,
30, of Starke was arrested June
2 by BCSO deputies for
driving while license is
suspended or revoked. Bond
was set at $500 and she was
released on bond June 2.
Mary Jean Boyd, 32, of
Lake Butler was arrested June
2 by Union County Sheriffs
Office (UCSO) Deputy David
Shane on an out-of-county
warrant and as a habitual
traffic offender-driving while
license is suspended or
revoked. Bond was set at
$5,000 and she was released
on bond-June 3.
Chad Allen- Blom, 28, of
Raiford was arrested June 2 by
Starke . Police Department
(SPD) officers for possession
of more' than 20 grams of d
controlled substance. Bond
was set at $15,000 and he
remained in jail as of press
time.
Jared Lloyd Swearingen, 23,
of Wilmington, Del., was
arrested June 3 for failure to
appear in court on bail
(original charge was a
misdemeanor). Bond was set at
$2,000 and he was released on
bond June 3.
Crista L. Rhoden, 24, of
Starke was' arrested June 3 by
BCSO deputies for vehicular
manslaughter and DUI
manslaughter. Total bond was


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Eddie Murphy in
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set at $100,000 and she
remained in jail as of press
time.
Marqus Ricardo Demps, 50,
of Lake Butler was arrested
June 4 by SPD officers as a
habitual traffic offender-
driving while license is
suspended or revoked. . Bond
was set at $2,500 and he was
released on bond June 4.
Marion Jermaine Asbell, 28,
of Green Cove Springs was
arrested June 4 through "a
cooperative effort by BCSO
deputies and SPD officers. He
was charged with burglary of
an occupied structure, grand
theft, resisting an officer
without violence and a warrant
for failure to appear in court on
bail originall charge was a
misdemeanor). Total bond was
set at $35,500 and he remained
in jail as of press time.
Bruce Austin Lee, 29, of
Starke was arrested June 4 on a
warrant for failure to appear in
court on bail (original charge
was a misdemeanor). Bond
was set at $4,000 and he
remained in jail as of press
time.
Reginald Lee Roe, 57, of
Starke-was arrested June 4 by
BCSO deputies for failure to
appear in court on bail
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Joel Coleman, 20, of Lawtey
was arrested June 4 by BCSO
deputies for burglary and
grand theft. Total bond was set
at $20,000 and he was released
on bond June 5.
Randy Eugene Crawford,
49, of Waldo was arrested June
4 by SPD officers on an out-
of-county warrant. He was
being held on no bond.
Bjee Fisher, 21, of Starke
June 5 by SPD officers for
disorderly intoxication. Bond
was set at $1,000 and he was
released on bond June 5.
Terry Fransic Paul, 31, was
arrested June 5 by BCSO
deputies for DUI and having
an expired tag for more than
six months. Total bond was set
at $1,500 and he was released.
on bond June 5.
Christopher Lee' Chastain,
24, of Starke was arrested June
5 by BCSO deputies for
possession of less than 20
grams of cannabis. Bond was
set at $1,000 and he was
released on bond June 5.
Wanda Duncan, 53, of
Gainesville was arrested June
5 by Florida Highway Patrol


(FHP) troopers for possession
of-more than 20 grams of a
controlled substance,
possession of less than 20
grams of cannabis, sale of a
controlled substance and
possession of . drug
,paraphernalia. Total bond was
set at $17,000 and she was
released on bond June 6.
Howard Lee Duncan Jr., 26,
of Jacksonville was arrested
June 5 on a warrant for failure
to 'appear in court on bail
(original charge was a
misdemeanor). Bond was set at
$2,000 and he remained in jail
as of press time.
Michael Ward, 55, of
Lawtey was arrested June 5 by
Lawtey Police Department
(LPD) officers- for disorderly
intoxication and resisting an
officer without violence. Total-
bond was set at $2,000,.and'he
remained in jail as' of press
time. -:.
Charlie- Lee Jonas, 22, of
Starke was arrested June 5 by
FHP troopers- as -a habitual
traffic offender--driving while
license is suspended. or
revoked. Bond was set at
$2,500 and he was released on


bond June 6.
Kayla E. Miller, 18, of Glen
St. Mary was arrested June 6
by BCSO deputies for DUI.
Bond was set at $5,000 and
she was released on bond June
7;
Sherri Lynn Sloan, 37, of
Pinellas Park was arrested June
6 by SPD officers for
disorderly intoxication. Bond
was set at $1,000 and she was
released on bond June 6.
Alejandro Ozuna-Garcia, 26,
of Wimauma was arrested June
6 by SPD officers for having
no valid driver's license. Bond
was set at $500 and he was
released on cash bond June 6.
Kenneth Troy Thomas, 23, -
of Neptune was arrested June 6
by UCSO Deputy Shane for
possession of cocaine and
possession of less than 20
grams of cannabis. Deputy
Shane made a traffic stop on a
vehicle in which Thomas was
a passenger. The driver gave
consent to search the vehicle
and Shane said he found six
grams of cannabis and 0.3
grams of cocaine. Thomas
allegedly admitted ownership
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D-DAY
.Continued from page 11

into two groups, deCpein
upon w\hat letter their
names started with. Santars
was in the group of sold
that remained in the Sta
while a transport carried
rest to their orig
destination.
The group of sold
Santarsiero \\as with
eventually) ship
Santarsiero remembers be
in England on D-1l)a .
"'The sk\ was black with
'planes going o\er to Frani
he said. "lThat \was the day
the invasion."
Santarsiero arri\ ed in Fra
10 -days after D-Day. Th
was no fighting- on the be
he set foot on, but the carn
that greeted his eyes left
imagining just how bad it
for those in the first waves
the invasion.
"'It had to be pretty rough
those boys," Santarsiero sai
Not that Santarsiero did
have his share, of ro
experiences, whether it
fighting among the hedger
in France or fighting in
Huertgen Forest along
Belgium-Germany border.
Then, there was that
day when Santarsiero said
should have been killed.
remembered being on
elevated road inland, talking
a soldier who was sitting t
tree and holding a shovel.
"A mortar land
Santarsiero said. "It picked
up and slammed me again
tree. One guy. half his arm
missing. Another one, par
his leg was gone. The
sitting there, he's still sit
there looking straight ah
with his shovel, but he i
moving. 1 went over
checked on him. A piece
shrapnel had. pierced him
went into his heart. He
killed instantly.".
Santarsiero was attempt
to introduce himself to
soldier by the tree before
mortar landed. As it
Santarsiero said he remem
only four names of people
served alongside him in
unit.
"They weren't there ir
. than a couple of days," he s
"'They came in and they \
gone. The casualty rate wa
high. We never really' go
know each other."

SLike Santlarsiero, Lake
residg t Dorman Ci f'i
he was fortunate to not I
been involved in the inva
on D-Day. Clayton,.
served with the 186"'
Artillery Battalion, said
unit was supposed to
gone ashore on D-Day, but
not do so until two

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Once the group he was with Bradford,
ding stepped on the beach, an hour
last or two was devoted to cleaning Clay or Union
icro equipment.
liers "Our equipment was Bobby Joe Waters, 26, of
a cs, waterproofed with Keystone Heights was arrested
the- Cosmoline," Clayton said. June 6 by BCSO deputies for
inal "We didn't know whether we possession of less than 20
,were going to go off into the grams of cannabis and on an
iers water or not." out-of-county warrant. Total
did Clayton, who trained at bond was set at $2,504 and he
out. Camp Blanding as a member remained in jail as of press
ing ' of the 31`" "Dixie" Division, time .
would go on to fight in the
air Battle of the Bulge. He James E. Dennis, 39, of
air sustained a hand wound during Gainesville was arrested June
ce, the battle, but said it was 2 by UCSO Deputy James
nothing serious. Several men York on a writ of bodily
ne with him, he said, were attachment for contempt of
nce wounded during the battle, but court child support. He may
herc only one seriously so. purge the charge by paying,
age "They sent him back; to a $570.
age hospital," Clayton said. "I Preston Henry Long, 36, of
was don't know what happened to Lake Butler was arrested June
s of him. He never did come back 8 by UCSO Investigator Jerry
to us." Feltner for obtaining a
h on Did that soldier wind up controlled substance through
d. giving his life? So many did, forgery. Long allegedly ,
not which is part of the reason why obtained falsified prescriptions
ugh Starling has never returned to and attempted to get them.
was Normandy. He had filled at Kirby's Pharmacy for.
ows opportunities to go on the 50'h Hydrocodone.
the and 60ih anniversaries of D-
the Day, but said he changed his Devario Tyshon Watkins,
mind each time at the last 17, of Lake Butler was arrested
first minute. June 3 by UCSO Deputy Carl
1 he For Starling, there is more Hanlon for burglar, retail
He than one "D" in D-day. theft and criminal mischief
an "I'm afraid I couldn't take it, with property damage after he
to to go back, because that's what allegedly admitted to breaking
S 1 saw (when I was there): the window at Karen's Kwik
by a death, dying and destruction," Stop in Lake Butler and
ed," Starling said. removing a large amount of
me Clayton said he and other tobacco products from the
st a World War II veterans do not store. Watkins allegedly led
was want the younger generation to investigators to a location
wt of grow up without knowing where the stolen tobacco was
o 'y about these soldiers who gave found.
tting their lives. However, Clayton James Goff, 22, of Starke
head said he does not think there is was arrested June 6 by UCSO
isn't not much interest in the Deputy David Shane for felony
and schools or on the part of battery with bodily harm after
e of students when it comes to allegedly participating in an
. It teaching and learning about altercation that resulted in
was WorldWar II, something that bodilyinjury to thevictim...
hit home when he visited a
ting junior'high school. om id
the "I talked to two different Homicide
the classes about World War 1IIu,*s g :-
was, and most of the students'were investigation
bers not interested in what I had to McRae
who say," he said. Near IM cRae
his Parsons can understand what Detectives from the Clay
Clayton was talking about County Sheriff's Office
nore because he feels that while D- robbery-homicide unit are
said. Day still holds great investigating a tip that a
were significance in Europe, homicide occurred 28 years
s so especially in Normandy, it has ago near a location in the
t to become just another day here McRae area, close to the
in the U.S. That is why Putnam County border.
Parsons hoped that people- According to the tip, a man
especially children-wo uld s-.Hed- and- buried on -a
City visit the a p Blanding property, off onaa. Trail
i1 id Museum d its D-Day A erdrng to CCSOnrecordsa
have observance and talk to the o one eve r reported the
sion veterans who were present. no one ever reported the
wvho "This -g-roupofgenItlemen alleged victim missing or
who "This . group of gentlemen i offi ials.
Field steppedupbigtime, not reported his death to officials.
Field stepped up big time not-just In a statement released by
his' for this country, but for the CCSO, a sheriff's office
have world, really," .Parsons. said. spokesman said CCSO was not
t did It's amazing when you hear t t
days these guys. and talk to them." at liby to divulge e te names
of any of the people involved.
CCSO is working closely with
-ur the state attorney's office to
maintain the integrity of this
investigation.
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investigation began that
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Montana Trail property.
No one involved with the
original incident remains in
that area. The mobile home on
the site of the suspected
incident has been moved and
replaced multiple times in the
past 28 years and the current
residents are not in any way
related to the investigation.
The attempt this week to
locate a body that has been
buried for 28 years involved
large and 'small specialized
equipment. From bulldozers
to handheld shovels, CCSO
personnel are working to
excavate portions of the 10-
acre property to determine if
someone is buried there. ,
In addition, the Federal
Bureau of Investigation spent
two days this week at the site
assisting CCSO personnel.
Their involvement also
included the use 'of a highly-
trained cadaver dog.
At this time, detectives have
not uncovered any physical
'evidence and they continue
their work at the site.
The CCSO release noted
that because the ongoing
investigation involved a not-
yet-located victim and a
suspect not yet arrested, the
information was purposely
general in nature. A detailed
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Editorial/Opinion

Thursday, June 11, 2009 * Page 4B




Adjusting to reality


The national economy is in
the doldrums, and while
there's talk of an upturn, the
fact remains the nation will
never return to the level of
pseudo-wealth experienced in
recent years, fueled by big
bank and insurance schemes
ignoring moral 'ethics and
sound business practices in
order to make a fast buck. We
have learned a lesson at a price
to be paid by generations yet
unborn.
In response to the recession
(the situation is a long way
from the 1930s depression),
government-funded agencies
are being required to reduce
expenditures, even at the cost
of cutting programs.
Commissioners and legislators
have attempted to hold the line
on taxes by raising fees,
increasing "sin" taxes (mainly
on tobacco products),
abandoning some programs
and reducing "pork" from the
budget. *
In light of current budget
restraints, sweeping all across
the nation is a movement that:
reduces cost of government
big-time and improves services
to the public at the same time.
That phenomenon is found in
the consolidation of city police
departments with the county
sheriffs, office to establish a
single countywide law-
enforcement agency. 'The
system has been shown to
function equally well in
metropolitan areas (think
Miami-Dade) or small
communities (think Lake
Butler).
But would consolidation
work in Starke and Bradford
County?
Sheriff Gordon Smith thinks
it is the wave of the future. On
the local scene, Smith is the
only .individual to' have held
both positions-Starke chief of
police formerly and Bradford
County, sheriff currently.
Believing that combining the
two agencies provides better
.service for city and county
isn't a pover 'grab bV SmttlnT
.he held thai opinion long
.before his election to the
county office.
amlmn s favorable opinion of
consolidation isn't shared by
everyone because there are
those with personal reasons to
hold on to the status quo,
.mainly protecting turf. We
would hope our elected


We should have
fear today
Dear Editor:
SI'iTe ever in my life had any
fear of our safety in the United
States until lately. And I
`believe we have good reason
to tI. We have two wars going
on and everywhere you look
you can see foreigners running
motels, hotels, and just about
every fast food store. To me,
this is very .strange when a few
years back, this never
happened;
Row the U.S. president is
going around to our enemies
and.telling them that we want a


officials will rise above selfish
interests and make an honest
appraisal of the proposed
benefits available.
What do proponents see as
benefits of combining the two
offices? One is reduction in
cost of enforcing laws
throughout the county. Smith
estimates the city of Starke can
save $300,000 the first year.
and possibly more in
succeeding years. The largest
single savings might come
from closing the police station
on Edwards Road, eliminating
the cost of utilities that amount
to $30,000-plus per year. Other
savings may come * from
volume purchasing and
elimination of duplicating
records-keeping.
Smith does not envision any.
loss of positions in fairness to
all personnel. If excessive
personnel should prove to be
the case, adjustment will be by
attrition or mutually agreeable
job transfer.
The chief of police position
is protected in the city charter
and will remain as outlined in
the document, according to
Smith. Incumbent Chief of
Police Jeff Johnson will be
offered the dual title of chief
deputy and chief of police,
with the assigned duty of
commanding the contingent of
officers assigned to working
within the city.
Starke's police department
generates very few complaints,
signifying a stable population
base in the city and
maintaining a proper balance
in ' enforcing laws. The
proposal for consolidation in
no way reflects upon the
operation of the Starke police
department, nor does it
denigrate department
personnel.
But Starke's police
department isn't accredited
and, as far as is known, has no
plans to , become fully
accredited. Smith, while he
was in the chief's position,
said SPD-is in-compliance with
possibly a majority of the
requirement,-liutitle cost of
becoming fully accredited is
prohibitive for small
municipalities, such as Starke,
'but it may be possible in a
larger joint city-county agency.
Attaining full compliance in
accreditation is a worthy goal,
and with a limited population
as found in Bradford County,


good relationship with them.
Would you get close enough to
a rattlesnake to make friends? I
don't think so.
You can't say that we are as
safe as we used to be. Look
what happened to the Twin
Towers in New York City..
How did we not question these
terrorists that barely spoke
English to come over here and
train in our country to learn to
fly passenger jets? To me, this
would have been something to
check out. Anytime fools will
attach an explosive to kill
innocent people, how can you
feel safe? By blowing
themselves up in order to carry
out their mission shows what


T


'they think of life. Some of
these same kind of people the
president is visiting and
embracing.
For myself, I can't feel safe
when some countries in no
way likes us has nuclear power
that would not hesitate to use it
on us.
Look at me newspapers and
television about all this, in
reality it could happen. This
should put fear in all of us.
Let's pray that there will be no
future attacks on the United
States. I believe God is our
most reliable safety valve. God
bless America.
Mitchell Brown


/.._ .


combining the two agencies is
the only means to the desired
end.
Approximately 100 years
ago, policemen may have been
called "flatfoot," a derogatory
term stemming from their
pounding the, pavement while
walking a beat, but today a
career in law enforcement can
be a rewarding life with pay
commensurate with the
responsibility of the position
and having, enhanced
retirement benefits. While
individuals may function as a
professional in small
departments, professionalism
is a term difficult to define,
but, like an obscenity, which
we cannot describe, "we know
it when we see it."
Professionalism has more to do
with the department than with
the individual and ' usually
refers to education, training
and discipline of personnel,
with advantages accruing to
departments and agencies with
a larger contingency of
personnel.
There is something to be
said for the two local agencies,
staffed with hometown men
and women having roots deep
in Bradford County soil-men
and women with whom we
went to school (or perhaps we
went to school with their
parents) or men and women
we see each Sunday in church,
but that familiarity doesn't
give us a free pass to disregard
the law. Having a larger
agency isn't going to change
the personnel; local men and
women will continue to g-et
preferential treatment, all
things being equal, and that is
the way it should be. However,
a local officer, trained in
Starke, will have a better
opportunity for employment
and advancement .if his
background is grounded in a'
larger department.
At this time it would be
presumptuous to say, "Let's
integrate the two agencies right
away," but it may be an idea
w hos aa Ws"fdi'ayio. At the
momenT, r "ffer ii rhore
questions han answers, but
men and women of good
should be looking at the
situation and make a
recommendation to the two
governing bodies, the city and
county commissioners.
The ball is in their court.
By Buster. Rahn, Telegraph
editorialist


FPL can answer never moved to Bradford
- - County. For the past 23 years.
-Tuestions-- I have attended numerous
Dear Editor: ' meetings (too many to count
Florida Power & Light parent/teacher conferences-
Company would like to what a joke, phone meetings,
express our sincere etc.) in attempts to rectify an
appfeciationfi o the people of issue. I can honestly say that I
Bradford County for your 'have never left a meeting with
support and feedback during a feeling of satisfaction, only
our recent open house about frustration! From. elementary
the Florida EnergySecure Line. to the high school, it has been
The purpose of the open the same scenario. Always a
house was to explain our plan fight to make sure those things
and hear from the local were as they should be. The
community 'about the Florida teachers that I have had to deal
EnergySecure Line and its with, with a few exceptions, do
proposed corridor that would not care whether or not each
be constructed along the child is meeting their full
eastern portion of Florida. We potential, unless their parents
are truly grateful for your are one of the "special" ones,
involvement and input, if you will.
FPL is investing to make I always thought a teacher's
our infrastructure stronger, job was to teach. If they all did
smarter, cleaner and more their job, not just a few, think
efficient. Currently, our state is of the outcome! Don't tell a
faced with a challenge: the student they will never go to
infrastructure required to college and end up with a dead
deliver natural gas to power end job. What encouragement!
plants in Florida is at or near Or tell a student that they have
capacity. "no rights," they are only .a
If. approved, the proposed student, the adults have all of
Florida EnergySecure Line the rights in school. Our
would help ensure a reliable children have been forgotten,
supply of natural gas for the embarrassed, humiliated and
production of clean power for not encouraged by the
our state and customers, Bradford County school staff.
securing this vital source of Don't get me wrong. Our
energy for generations to come. children have grown up and
The Florida EnergySecure became very successful in their
Line will also deliver a much careers. It's a good thing that
needed positive economic all of that negativity didn't
impact in the form of jobs and sink in. They have had
local tax revenue for your encouragement from home and
community and others across the desire to succeed, in spite
Florida. of you all.
In Bradford County, for I will share just a few
instance, an expected 215 total examples. Our oldest, while a
jobs would be generated. senior, had an interest in a
Statewide, the project would career and attempted to inquire
have a positive impact on and gather information, and
more than _7,500 jobs. was' told by the guidance
Bradford County would also counselor, "Don't bother, you
receive more than $36 million are not smart enough." Again,
in total property taxes over a our second son asked for
40-year term. information regarding a
We look forward to program at LCCC, but was
continuing our community told, "We don't have any." Oh,
dialogue about this exciting and I did let the Lake City
project. Should you have any program director know all
questions about the Florida about that when I called him to
EnergySecure Line, please give get the information for my son.
us a call at 1-800-226-3545 or Thanks for your help!
visit our Web site at Since when is it required
www.FPL.com/energysecure. that a student has to stay after
Dave Cobb school to. have specific math
External Affairs Manager problems explained? That is
the answer my daughter
received after asking for help
At long last, with her math assignment. Do
it's finally OVer we not teach? .
1a E ;."d" y " i Thank .God , that our
Dear Editor: youngest has graduated! It has
We are the parents of four been a real st -gle. He
children. now grown, who are aa a l nteld to uggischool
graduates. of Bradford High- actualivanedchool
School. ranging in the ages-ot ' 'dsu e I constans
- battle. Oh, he was even
2009 graduate. escorted from the BMS
The purpose of this letter is Snowball formal by a police
to express our relief that we officer, all because he was
Bradford County Schools. absent from school that day.
Bradford County Schools. They couldn't say if any other
Hooray! Well, not completely, kids were absent, but they
we do have grandchildren who knew for sure that he was. So,
are attending the same schools knew for sure only one made t So,
but now their parents (our eas the only one made to
children) have to deal with the How many girls miss school
same types of concerns and the day of a formal dance, to
issues that we did. We wish the day of a formal done? Oh
them luck! get hair, nails, etc. done? Oh,
Our 'children were god he did get an apology from the
students with good/average principal, but that was a little
grades. They were not trouble all talaton for my
makers at school or bullies or was all in retaliation for my
purposely disruptive in school. numerous -compliance ofs abouIEPt the
They were involved with non-compliance of hioks IEPod on
football, wrestling, chorus, etc. Every but not really loeffeoks gtive ford on
They had jobs at age 16 papestudent, if not followed by
because they wanted to. Just student, if not followed by
the average kind of students the teacherin-streamed,he
that most of us have. learned the hard way that he
We never expected that our he himself because
kids would be treated with the had to help himself, because
disrespect and lack of no one else there would. He
compassion that flows through has overcome the many
our schools and that refers to th s ol
the teaching staff, as well as front o h e s c h
administrators. There are a few Again, thanks for that. He is on
who do stand out and go that ehis way to becoming a
extra- mile, if you will, and successful adult, just like his
treat the students as people. . -siblings
But only a very few, and we do It is a shame that our
thank you for that. children, students of Bradford
It would be nice to have a County schools, are treated the
proud feeling when speaking way that. they are. That is,
about our public schools, unless you aire in that elite
instead of frustration, anger, group that everyone caters to. I
disappointment and even am sure -that there are many
embarrassment. It has been a. other parents with frustrations
constant struggle from day with our schools. Please share!
one, just to make sure our kids And don't give up, be an
were treated fairly and with advocate for your child. I
respect, and provided with a . could go on and on, even write
good education, which was not a book.
always successful. We do thank God for getting
If we knew then what we us through all of these years
know now, we- would have with the schools. And a big


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thank you to the Bradford
County schools for the many,
many experiences and stories
that we can tell and continue to
pass along to anyone that we
can. And we will. Yqu have:
quite a reputation! '
Mike and Dehhie reddish


Name mispelled
throughout
school career
Dear Editor:
My son, Brent H. Tibbitts, is
a 2009 graduate of BHS. He
has been in the Brtford
County school system since
the third grade. Throughout the
years in Bradford County, he
had achieved several awards
for sports, academics, and so
on. Every acknowledgment of
my child has had his name
spelled incorrectly.
For example: he received a
trophy for football in 2007 that
is not on display'because his
name is spelled wrong. He
lettered in football and earned
his letterman's jacket with his
name embroidered on the
pocket with his name spelled
wrong. He was recognized this
year in the local paper for
straight A's with his named
spelled wrong. He earned a
two-year certificate in diesel
mechanics with his name
spelled wrong. The yearbook
staff did not spell his name
incorrectly; they however put
his name under. some other
child's picture. His name was
also spelled incorrectly on the
senior t-shirt and school
tankard.
Getting a child to. his
graduation day is an amazing
accomplishment these days.
My child was never recognized
by his educators to even spell
his name correctly. Bradford
really dropped the ball with
my son. When I went to
Principal Lisa Graham's office
to ensure that his diploma
would be spelled correctly, she
explained, "Brent wasn't a
problem student so I don't
recognize him."
These children are our future
leaders and this is the
foundation that Bradford
County's school system is
laying for our students. I hope
that you take a look at the
educators who you are,
.entrusting your child's future
to.
Melissa PlemmonS.


Please fix
pavement
Dear Edito6r:
I want to state that I like
Madison Street Pharmacy to6
start with so there are no
misunderstanding about what
I'm about to say.
The drive through is not safe
to take your car through. At;
the bottom of the ramp, your-
car drags on the asphalt if you.
don't go out at an angle. I'
damaged my car as a result of-
this, you can see drag marks:
and cuts in the asphalt.
Madison Street Pharmacyi
does not want to claim it and,
the city of Starke road
department will not claim this,
problem. So, who owns it? 1,
am not trying .to get my car
repaired or' sue anyone. I just
would like the problem to be.
repaired.
I'm sure someone could
afford hose ramps to go over
the valley for drainage and"
solve this problem, cheap.
SPlease, someone take the'
time to solve this problem so I
can go to the drive thru again.
Thank you for taking the timer
to get this resolved if someone
would claim it.
Lorraine Wilkison'


- .

It is easy to hate and it
Is difficult to love. This is
how the 'whole scheme
of things works. All
good things are difficult
to achieve; and bad
things are very easy to
get.
Moraril Desal, Indian
Statesman, Prime
Minister.







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Ray Stefanelli

IStarke native
to sign copies
!of first novel
June 25 at

country club
Writer Ray Stefanelli, who
,grew up in Starke and attended
-Bradford County schools, will
,'appear at the Starke Golf and
,Country Club Thursday, June
'25, from 5:30 p.m. until 8:30
p.m. to discuss and sign copies
-of his recently published
novel, "Sorrows Road."
Stefanelli, a 1956 Bradford
.High School graduate, began
.writing poetry and short fiction
in high school and has never
stopped. His writing has
appeared in regional and
national publications.
,"Sorrows Road," his first
novel, is about the fate of a
young woman growing up in
the South during the late
;1950s. It will be on sale at the
signing for $15.95 and can also
be purchased at
www.amazon.com.
, In conjunction with
Stefanelli's , appearance, the
Stake Golf and Country Club
will be having an "Italian
Night" buffet dinner catered by
David and Cleo Elder. The
cost of the dinner, specialty
desserts and beverage .is $12
for adults. (Children under 10
eat for $5.) Advance tickets are
available to the general public
it the Starke Golf and Country
Club pro shop.
Stefanelli earned a
bachelor's degree at Murray
State University and a master
of fine arts degree at the
University of Florida. After
graduating, he spent 15 years
teaching at cd1agea 'in. .Florida,
and Texas. While in Texas, he'
wrote stories for a local
magazine.
Leaving academia, Stefanelli
moved to the Cincinnati area
and began a career in
advertising. He worked for
three advertising agencies
before starting a marketing
communications company,
which he has operated for
several 'years. Stefanelli is also
a partner in Stefanelli and
Black Publishing, a company
that offers writing, editing and
-publishing services.

Starke church
to host
SHINE
seminar Tues.
First Christian Church of
Starke is conducting a free
seminar Tuesday, June 16, for
SHINE (Serving Health Needs
of Elders) from 6:30 p.m. until
7:30 p.m.
SHINE, affiliated with the
Florida Department of Elder
Affairs, is staffed by
volunteers committed to
helping the elderly make wise
decisions regarding Medicare
coverage.
Bob Hakes will present a
slide show presentation .
entitled, "Medicare 101." A
brief question-and-answer
session will follow.
This program is designed for
Medicare newcomers or those
. who will soon begin Medicare
coverage.
Follow-up counseling,
which is free, is offered and
encouraged.
Refreshments will be
provided by First Christian
church.
j First Christian Church is
.ocated one block north of


ZWinn Dixie at 507 W. Call St.
S For more information,
please call (904) 964-6100.


FStarke
jKiwanis Club
poker tourney
is June 19
w The Kiwanis Club of Starke
will be holding Texas hold
'em poker tournament Friday,
June 19, at the Starke Golf-and
.,Country Club.


The .fee It enter is $50.
Registration will begin at 6
p.m., with play beginning at
6:30 p.m.
For more information,
please call Warren Carver at
(904) 964-7434.


Theater
accepting
students for
summer
programs
The Lake . Region
Community Theatre is
currently , accepting students
for the following one-week


summer programs:
*Music camp-June 22-27,
9 a.m.-noon, for ages 7-14.
*Acting camp-July 6-11, 9
a.m.-noon, for ages 7-16.
Students will perform a play at
a time and date to be
announced.
*Readers theater camp-
July 20-25, 9 a.m.-noon, for
ages 9-16. This camp will be
done in the style of old-time
radio productions.
*Tiny jammers music
camp-July 20-25, 1-4 p.m.,
for ages. 4-7. This camp will
include keyboards,-hand bells,
rhythm instruments, singing,
movement and crnfte
There is a $10 registration
fee which is due upon
enrollment and a tuition of S75


that is due one week prior to
the start of camp.
For, more information, stop
by the Lake Region
Community Theatre at 218 S.
Walnut St. in Starke, call the
box office at (352) 226-4082
or send e-mail inquiries to
lrct09@embarqmail.com.


production of "Opal."
Auditions for men and
women between the ages of 30
and 80 will be held Sunday,
June 14, from 2 p.m. until 4
p.m. at the theater, which is
located at 218 S. Walnut St. in
Starke.
For more information, call
the Lake Region Community
Thl-t- k- L-ff CC^ *,, tQ


Area theater 226-4082.
holding HPD
auditions this
- conducting
Sunday vehicle
The Lake Region vehicle
Community Theatre is inSpeCtionS
currently auditioning mature inspections
adults for its August The Hampton


Polio-


I WTE'Y


Department will be conducting
vehicle safety inspections on
C.R. 221, C.R. 18 and C.R.
235 in 'Hampton during the
month of June.
During. these inspections,
officers will be looking for
equipment violations, seatbelt
and . driver's license
infractions, driver impairment
and other infractions.
There will also "be
inspections set on secondary
roads in the Hampton area.
HPD Chief John Hodges
said, "It is our goal to provide
safe travel for the motoring
public on our roads."


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Parrish-McGee
To wed
Brittney Marie Parrish and
Carlton Travis McGee
announce their upcoming
marriage.
Brittney is the daughter of
Allen and Carolyn Parrish of
Lake Butler and the
granddaughter of Elery and
Katheryne Griffis of Lake
Butler, Wendle and Blanche
Nettles of Lake City and.
Martin Parrish of Barbourville,
Ky., and the great-
granddaughter of Lucille
iArnold of Lake Butler.
She is a 2003 graduate of'
Union County High School
and a 2007 graduate of the
University of Florida. She is
currently employed at Lake
Butler Middle School where
she is an agriculture
tcacher/advisor.
Travis is the son of Tommy
and Darlene Bailey of Lake
City and the grandson of Carl
and Mickie Robinson, also of
Lake City. He is a 1998
graduate of Lake City
Christian Academy. He is
currently employed with the
Reception and Medical Center
ir, Lake Butler.
Fhe couple's wedding will
be held at First Baptist Church
of Lake Butler on June 20,
2)09 at 4 p.m. A reception will
be held at the Lake Butler
Elementary School cafeteria
immediately following the
ceremony.
No local invitations are
Diing sent. All family and
ft'ends are invited to attend.


Brown reunion IBIRTHS


Cliff Smelley
Michelle Colson
Colson,
Smelley to
wed Saturday
Michelle Colson of Starke,
daughter of Tommy and
Wanda Colson of New River,
and Cliff Smelley of Starke,
son of. Henry and Helen
Smelley of Hawthorne and
Claudia and Dennis I aunhauer
of Palm Coast, announce their
upcoming marriage.
The bride-elect is a graduate
of Bradford High School and
is employed at Madison Street
Pharmacy. She is a member of
Bradford Baptist Church.
The groom-elect is a
graduate of Keystone Heights
High School and the
University of Florida. He. is
employed at. the Bradford
County Telegraph and is also a
member of Bradford Baptist
Church.
The couple's wedding will
be held at Bradford Baptist
Church of Starke Saturday,
June 13, 2009, at 4 p.m. A
reception will be held in the
church's fellowship hall.

The will to win, the
desire to succeed, the
urge to reach your full
potential.. these are
the keys that will
unlock the door to
' personal excellence.
Eddie Robinson
College Football
Coach.


Lane Jackson
Mike and Dianna Jackson of
Starke announce the birth of a
son, Lane Robert Jackson,
born April 1, 2009 in
Gainesville.
Maternal grandparents are
the late Don and Jackie Dobos.
Maternal great-grandparents
were the late John and Lula
Ford, all of Starke.
Paternal grandparents are
Eloise Jackson and the late
Eddie Jackson, of Starke.


planned
The annual Brown family
reunion will be held at Hart
Springs on Saturday, June 20.
The Browns are working on a
family tree and would appreciate
any pictures, letters or stories
family members have to share.
Meat, drinks and paper
products will be provided.
Attendees are asked to bring a
side dish.
Hope Baptist
to host VBS
Hope . Baptist Church,
located in Theressa, will host
its Vacation Bible School for
children aged four years
through grade six from June 21
to June 26, from 6:30 pm until
9 p.m., Sunday through Friday.
In this one-week adventure,
children will hear Bible
stories, participate in � cool
crafts, motivating music, eat
snacks at the G'Day Cafd and
play games at Recreation
Rock.
Call Dena at 352-473-4188
or visit
vbs.lifeway.com/vbs2009/your
vbs to pre-register your child.

Lake Region
Community
Theatre to
hold board
meeting Tues.
The Lake Region
Community Theatre, located at
218 S. Walnut St. in Starke,
will be holding a board
meeting Tuesday, June 16, at 7
p.m. This meeting is open to
the general public.
For more information, call
(352) 226-4082.


Braelynn Nettles
Braelynn Rae
Nettles
Mr. and Mrs. John E. Nettles
of Lake Butler announce the
birth of their daughter,
Braelynn Rae Nettles, born
April 18, 2009 in Jacksonville.
Maternal grandparents are
Mayldn and Mary McCreless
of Tallahassee.
Paternal grandparents are
Thomas D. Nettles Sr. and
Susan Akers, both of Lake
Butler.


Maddison Crews


Maddison L.
Crews
Christopher and Jennifer
Crews of Lake Butler
announce the birth of a
daughter, Maddison Leigh
Crews, born May 30, 2009, in
Gainesville. She weighed 7
pounds.
Maternal grandparents are
Randy and Kathy Gockley of
Martin, Tenn. Maternal great-
grandparents are Reba Holland
of Marianna; Hubert Kelley of
Lake Butler; Robert Gockley
of Lumberton, Tenh, arid Joyce
Tucker of Lake Butler.
Paternal grandparents. are
Tad and Marian Crews of
Starke. Paternal great-
grandparents are John and
Joyce Sutton of Starke and
Jackie and Aline Crews of
Lake City.

There is nothing that
war has ever achieved
we could not better
achieve without it.
Havelock Ellis 1859-
1939, British
Psychologist.


Alexander Crawford

Alexander N.
Crawford
Kevin and Sarah Crawford
of Starke announce the birth of
a son, Alexander- Neil
Crawford, born May 5, 2009.
at North Florida in Gainesville.
He joins Hunter, 5, Heather, 11I
and Courtney, 13.,
Maternal grandparents are
John and Wanda Smith.
Maternal great-grandmother is
Dovie Leake.
Paternal' grandparents are
Patti Crawford and the late
Neil Crawford of Starke.
Paternal great-grandmother is
Christina Lawson.

It's no use saying, "We
are doing our best."
You have got to
succeed in doing what
is necessary.
Winston Churchill



C. J. Stanley


Mr. & Mrs. Wil Thrasher

'Thrashers celebrate 50th
wedding anniversary June 6


Keystone Heights' former
mayor and first lady, Wil and
Laura Thrasher, celebrated
their 50th wedding anniversary
on June 6, 2009.
A party was given by family
and friends at the Western
Steer to honor and reflect on
the couple's life together. The
Thrashers were married on
June 6, 1959, in the Albright
E.U.B. Church in South
Connellsville, Pa.
After moving to Miami in
1960, where they resided for
over 30 years, the couple
moved to and now reside in
Keystone Heights.
This couple is known by
many different titles to many
different people; the hot air
balloonist, gospel singer and
artist, the AT&T or


"telephone" man, pilot,
gemologist, author, owners of
Biscayne Specialty, and of
course as former mayor and
first lady of Keystone Heights.
Finally, they carry the most
important title of mom and
dad.
The Thrashers have three
daughters. Cheryl and Mark
Bane, their daughters Katrina
Ilene and Jacqueline Kelly
Bane; Sandra Lynn and Bruce
McCumber, their daughter
Tiffany Lynn Noyes; Trish and
Arthur Ratcliffe and their
children, Elisabeth Rachel,
Tyler' Philip and Dalton
Thrasher Ratcliffe.
The Thrashers share the June
6 anniversary date with their
deceased parents and two of
their three daughters.


Show me the nooks he loves and I shall know the
man far better than through mortal friends.
Dawn Adams*


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10 LBS 0OO
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Lean N' Tender
Fresh Pork

RIBLETS
10 LBS iOO0
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Carolina Pride
Sliced Slab

BACON
8 LBS 00


Fresh
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PIG FEET
12 LBS lO
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Fresh Extra Lean
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5 LBS lOO
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Lee Brand
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8LBS 10 00
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Red Wood
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All-Star Competitive Cheerleading
Parent Meeting * June 30, 6pm
Tryouts * Aug.1st, 1-4pm

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Gladys Asher
MT. VIEW, ARK.-Gladys Dix
Asher, 86, of Mt. View, Ark., died
May 31, 2009 at the Community
Medical Center of Izard County.
Born in Lulu, Mrs. Asher lived
in Lake Butler and Union County
most of her life. She was the
daughter of Joseph and Carrie
Dix; was a homemaker and
member of the Mt. View General
Baptist Church. She was preceded
in death by her husband, Arthur
Asher; a son, Arthur Asher Jr.;
two grandsons and five brothers.
Survivors of Mrs. Asher include
*a daughter, Carolyn Rehm of Mt.
View; three sons, Vernon Asher of
Lake Butler, Robert Blackwell of
Clewiston and Mike Asher of
Greenburg, Ind.; 11 grandchildren
.and 12 great-grandchildren.
Funeral services were held
Friday, June 5 in the chapel of
Archer Funeral Home of Lake
Butler with Bro. Scott Fisher
officiating. Burial was in New
Zion Cemetery, under the care of
Archer Funeral Home of Lake
Butler.

Willie Donley
SPEEDVILLE-Deacon Willie
Donley, 86, of Speedville, died
Saturday, June 6, 2009, at Shands
UF in Gainesville.
Deacon Donley served in the
U.S. Army in World War II. He
was preceded in death by his wife,
Ida Mae Hayes Donley.
Survivors include two sisters,
Rosa Speed and Lois Harris; three
brothers, Walter (Alvina) Donley,
Lloyd (Dorothy) Donley and
Ernest (Betty) Donley.
Funeral services for Deacon
Donley will be held at 11 a.m.,
Saturday, June 13, 2009, at
Pleasant Grove Missionary Baptist
Church, Speedville, with the Rev.
James Jones and the Rev. Michael
Johnson officiating. Burial will be
,in Speedville Community
Cemetery under the care of
Pinkney-Smith Funeral Home of
Hawthorne. Viewing hours on
Friday will be from 3-7 p.m. at
Pinkney-Smith Funeral Home,
21400 S.E. Hawthorne Road,
Hawthorne and Saturday at the
church from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. No
viewing will be held following the
eulogy. The cortege will form at
Mr. Donley's home a, 10:30 a.m.,
Saturday.


Gayle A. Hurst

Gayle Hurst
BRADFORD COUNTY-Gayle
A. Hurst, 65, died Saturday, June
6,2009:
Born in Bradford County, Mrs.
Hurst worked for the Bradford
County School Board for 31 years.
She was preceded in death by her
brother, Ervin L. Andrews and her
grandson, Paul Blanks.


Survivors include her husband
of 29 years, Carl Hurst; a brother,
John Andrews; a sister, Maxine
Kelley; two sons, Andrew
Strickland and her daughter-in-
law, Suzanne .Strickland, and
Mark Strickland and his wife,
Dawn Strickland; a daughter, Sue
Blanks; six grandchildren and
three great-grandchildren.
Funeral services will be held
Thursday, June I11, at 10 a.m. at
First Baptist Church of Starke.
Family and friends are invited to
visitation at. Archie Tanner
Funeral Home on Wednesday,
June 10, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Burial will be at New River
Baptist Church in Brooker.
Fellowship for family and friends
will immediately follow the
services. Flowers are welcomed
but those who wish may make a
donation to the Arthritis
Foundation, P.O. Box 96280,
Washington, D.C. 20077. Archie
Tanner Funeral Services is in
charge of arrangements.
PAID OBITUARY

Antoinette
Johnson
GAINESVILLE-Antoinette G.
Johnson, 54, of Gainesville died
May 31, 2009, at Osceola
Regional Care Center, Kissimmee,
following an extended illness.
Born in Bermuda, Mrs. Johnson
moved to Jersey from Bermuda to
Gainesville, then to Lawtey. Mrs.
Johnson was a member of
Enduring . Faith - Church of
Gainesville, a homemaker, loved
arts and crafts; was educated in
local schools of Bermuda, later
receiving a degree in nursing and
early childhood education. Mrs.
Johnson was preceded in death by
her adopted parents and .her
husband, Keith Johnson.
Survivors include three
children, Keith Johnson Jr.,
Keanna and Akeem Johnson of
Gainesville; her mother, Elizabeth
Ann Berry of Starke; two sisters,
Belinda Solomon of Gainesville,
Johnette McNeil of Bermuda and
a brother, Terry Smith, also of
Bermuda.
Funeral services for Mrs.
Johnson were held Sunday, June
7, in the Enduring Faith Ministries
Church of Gainesville with Pastor
Terrell Beard officiating. Burial
was in Peetsville Cemetery,
Lawtey, under the care of Haile
Funeral Home, Inc. of Starke.


Glenn Peters
MELROSE-Glenn Michael
Peters, 30, of Melrose, died
Tuesday, June 2,2009.
Mr. Peters had lived in the
Melrose area most of hislife.
Survivors include his mother,
Rebecca Littlejohn of Melrose; his
father, Michael David Peters of


Gillette, Wyo.; his maternal
grandmother, Barbara Martin of
Keystone Heights; his paternal
grandparents, Glenn and Ruth
Peters of Ocean Springs, Miss.;
four uncles and seven cousins.
A memorial service will be held
Saturday, June 13, 2009, at 10
a.m. at Nazarene Church, 1404
Bessent Road, Starke, FL 32091,
with the Rev. Fred Clem
officiating. Arrangements are
under the care of Moring Funeral
Home of Melrose.
PAID OBITUARY


Robert Rimsa
MELROSE-Robert Emil
Rimsa, 70, died June 3, 2009.
Born in Lincoln Park, Mich.,
Mr. Rimsa had lived in Florida for
over 30 years. He was an avid
fisherman, Red Wings fan, and
one of the last men standing for
the Detroit Lions. Mr. Rimsa
retired from United Technologies
of Florida and proudly served in
the U.S. Army in the 97 h Signal
Battalion, Photo Platoon (Tried
and True).
Survivors include his wife,
Cathryne; his daughters, Angela
Tupper of Washington, Mary
Morris of Georgia and Renee
Rimsa of Florida; stepsons,
Richard Wright of Illinois, David
Wright of Washington and Jeffrey
and Daniel Wright, both of
Florida; a sister, Lorraine "Dolly"
Kinaya of Michigan; a brother,
Thomas T.R. Rimsa of Michigan,


along with nany loving
grandchildren, cousins, nieces and
nephews and a host of close and
caring friends.
Burial was in National
Cemetery in Bushnell under the
care of Moring Funeral Home of
Melrose. In lieu of flowers, please
send donations to Haven Hospice
of N.W. Florida, 5200 N.W. 90'h
,Blvd.,, Gainesville, FL 32606.
PAID OBITUARY

Donavon Smith
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-
Dinavon Gene Smith, 61, of
Keystone Heights, died Saturday,
June 6, 2009, at his home.
Born in Columbus, Ohio, Mr.
Smith was a retired factory.
laborer.
Mr. Smith is survived by his
parents, Florence and Richard A.
Gartee of Keystone Heights.
A memorial service will. be held
at a later date in Ohio.
Arrangements were under the care
of Jones-Gallagher Funeral Home
of Keystone Heights.

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following an extended illness.
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Mrs. Young; lived most of her life
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BHS players Coe, Winkler


receive scholarship


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Zac Coe and Trey Winkler
were not that different from
most any other kid playing
high school baseball. They
dreamed of playing ball at the
next level. They have had
those dreams since they were
young children.
Both Bradford High School
baseball players had to
overcome injuries at differing
points in their careers, and that
dream of playing beyond high
school was not all that certain.
However, the two can now
pinch themselves, because they
are not dreaming an% longer.
TheN recently recei ed
scholarships. with Coe set to
go off to Pikeville (K%.)
College and Winkler heading
south to Ae Maria UlniersitN.
% which just added baseball to its
athletic program.
Coe described the
opportunity as o ern'helming.
sa ing he could not %%ait to see
% hat's in store for him.
"I'm ver\ excited that God
has given me the talent to pla)
baseball," he said.
Winkler, too, "as thankful
for being gi\en a talent to plaN
Z a sport that will now help pa)
his tuition as he seeks to earn a
degree in medicine.
"I'm just real excited and
grateful for e erything."
Winkler said. "'lte been
blessed "ith the ability lto plaN
baseball Hopefull), it %%ill
take me through college and
onto bigger and better things."
Each player admitted to
doubts about ha% ing such
opportunities, but those doubts
started to fade toward the end
of last season.
"It finally started setting in
that I would actually get to
play in college," said Winkler.
;, ho began receiving more
interest and offers from
schools as the season
progressed. "It's like a dream
come true because I've been
7 thinking about it eter since I
"as little."
For Coe. it was simple\ a
matter of his game improt ing
at the right time. A shoulder
injury\ proved to be a bit of a
setback as he struggled to start


the year.
Former Bradford head coach
Lamar Waters said Coe began
finding his stride during the
last three weeks of the season.
He raised his batting average
approximately 100 points, hit
four home runs during a span
of five at-bats and finished
third on the team with 17 RBI.
"Toward the end of the
season, everything came
together like it needed to," Coe
said. "It gave me a kind of new
hope." .
Coe attended tryouts at
Pikeville College." The, first
time he did so, he admitted he
was a little nervous and
uptight. He returned for a
second set of tryouts, however,
and wound up hitting a couple
of home runs. just missing out
on a couple of more home runs
and making the throws he
needed to defense% ely.
Waters said Coe, who
played just three Nears at
Bradford, has the most upside


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of any player that' has 'played
for Bradford in,"recent years
and expects him n46 play
significantly better next season
if he earns the opportunity.
"We knew that this Near he-
wasn't goigtO be 100
percent," Waters said, alluding
to the-fact Coe -was -oming off
of' shoulder' surgei'y' "B) next
season, he should be well on
hisway-to t.ifrg 100 percent."
While Coe was impressing
Pikeville .coaches at tryouts,
J.ings just kind 'offell into
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Zac Coe
received a
scholarship
from Pikevilli
College in
Kentucky. He lN
pictured with -"
his parents,
Brenda and
Rodney Coe.


as well as abilii.
`We have found
`oe. He is a strong
w meets our needs on
"the athletic level and
p urital level. We are thankful
for sending us Zac and
forward to coaching and
S-w thing his performance on
h baell diamond."
idhe is sure it %ill be
g experience.
)i- won't be able to
it," he said. "It will be
Feeling that )ou kno"
4y made it and you finallI
i .that all )our hard work
ff.. .,


SIGNING
Continued from page 8B
place for Winkler. Waters was
researching schools online
when- he came across the
Savannah School of Art and
Design, where he discovered
that assistant coach Shawn
Summe went to the same
school as Bradford assistant
coach Marcus Miller. Waters
asked Miller if he knew
Summer. He did. That began a
line of communication with
Summe, who had just
interviewed for the head
position of. the new Ave Maria
program.
Waters said he, Winkler,
Winkler's father, Eddie, and
Summe met at the Starke
McDonald's. Summe then
watched Winkler play.
Summe did get hired as Ave
Maria's head coach, which led
to him extending an offer to
Winkler.
"That's how the whole thing
went," Waters said.
Winkler likes Summe and
the school, 'which has a pre-*
medicine program.
"It seemed like a perfect
match," he said.
Winkler is an experienced
catcher. Waters said Winkler's
times on throws from home
plate to second base are
comparable. to Division I
catchers.
However, -Winkler said he
expects to play all over the
field at Ave Maria, which is
something he looks forward to.
"I like doing that better than
just playing one position," h;
said.
No matter where Winkler
,plays on the field, one of the
things he takes the greatest
pride in is hitting, especially
the long ball. Waters said
Winkler's ability at the plate
made him the one player
opposing teams focused on.
"When he gets hold of a.
ball, it goes a long way,"
Waters said. "He had a couple
of home runs this year that
probably made it between 450
and 500 feet."
Winkler now has the chance
to take the ball out of the park
as a college player, something
he admitted will probably
make him nervous at first.
However, he expects it won't
take long for those nerves to
go away once he steps on the
field for the first time and gets
caught up in the game.



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the Bradford County Board of
Courrity Commissioners is
scheduled for June 18, 2009, at
6:30 p.m. in the Commission
Meeting Room, North Wing,
Bradford County Courthouse.
Agenda may be downloaded from
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Sarah Gulifoyle, Melissa Fain, Savanna Earnest, Matthew Campbell, Zachary Bruns, Dylan Leithelser, Cory Johnson, Alexis Holzbach, Veronica Herr, SamanthaF
Beard and Kayla Baker, (middle row, I-r) Ann Roberts, Miranda Moulton, Kelsey Merritt, Joel Gauthier, Chris Easton, Melissa Bruce and Steven Brightwell, (back row, 1-r)
Michael, James McCoy, Meranda.McCarty, Brandon Marshall, Rachel Maddox, Nick Jones and Garrett Wimberly, Darrian Trice, Monica Treuter, Savannah Snowden, Megan
Vikkl Hill, (top row, 1-r) Rachel Wells, Ben Waters, Logan Thorson, Cory Taylor, Nicole Straka, O'Neal, Cole Nowacki and John Lewis.
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8th graders who made the reading goal were (front row, I-r) Bobby Fletcher, Heather Fitts,,
Drew Ferree, Matt Fehley, Kasey Dyess, Carson Draney and AIIvia Combass, (back row, I-r)
Kelsey Waters, Nathan Smith, Ashley Long, Bradley Shreve, Carrie McEwen, Jessica Lang,
Taylor Hubbard and Amanda Fox.


Tenth graders who made their reading goals were (front row, I-r) Kenny
Loiacano, Brandoft.Headrick, Vincent Carlan, Courtney Casas, Jacob
Brandow and April Beck, (back row, I-r) Billy White, Dana Sapp, April
Ritenour, Crystal Munoz, Robert Mosher, Kaitlin Moseberth and Laine Moore


Avid readers program

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KHHS students were: Blues Band .,sponsored
challenged to read at least 25 by Band Director Charlie
books during the'2008-2009 Propper provided music
school year. . for the event. Students who
Students who achieved this attended were eligible for
goal were rewarded with a many prizes including laptop
cookout at Keystone Beach computers; a Wii, personal
two weeks ago. The event stereo systems and Amazon.
was sponsored by KHHS com gift c irds.
Principal Dr. Susan Sailor.
Assistant Principal Justin
Williams grilled hamburgers
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41 Vehicles Accessories
42Motor Vehicles -
43RV's &,Campers
44Boats
45Land for Sale
46Real Estate Out of Area
41Commercial Property
. Rent, Lease, Sale
48Homes for Sale
'49Mobile Homes for Sale
SOFor Rent
51LostlFound
52Animals & Pets
53Yard Sales
54Keystone Yard Sales'
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58 Building Materials
59PersonalSwvies' .
60SecretarlalfServices
61Scriptures
62Vacatlon/Travel,
63Lov Unes
S64Business Opportunity
65'Help Wanted'
061nvyetment Opportunity
67 udhtingpLand for Rint.
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69Food Supplements
70Self Storage
72Sporting Goods
73 Farm Equipment
74 Computers & Compuler
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42
Motor Vehic
&, Accessory
2000 KIA SEPHIA
automatic, new tir
good, minor dan
r right side. Clean
must sell!. $1401
,. call 904-966-1260
782-3695. Christ'


44
,Boats & ATV's
.2003 250 TRAIL BLAZER
Polaris. Low miles, per-
t fect'condition, $1800
OBO. 904-364-3802.

1994 GRIFF CRAFT WITH
40 HP Merc., troller motor,
and boat trailer. 15 ft. 9
inch., everything works!
$2400, call 352-235-1287
after 2:30pm.

45 -
Land for Sale
PRICED FOR QUICK SALE
-1.75 acres, beautiful high
and drypasture land. Mo-
bile homes and horses al-
'lowed. Asking $25K. Call.
Marlena Palmer at Smith
& Smith Realty; 904r422-
0470 o0 904-96449222.
(owner/agent).


. STARKE/LAiE BIUTLEP
AREA - hice quiet neigh-
borhood. 1,5 acre lots,
cles call 386-496-0683 or 352-
e 284-7608
lesr 6 ACRES IN MACCLENNY,
A, 4-dr, $20,000,an'acre. Call
es, rdns 904-259-8028. ,.
nage to ACREAGE &' .FARMS,
interior, Baker County .,40'-acres
0 0BO, to 120 acres, starting
or 904 at $4000 per acre *904-
I- 259-8028&


Commercial
Property (Rent, INVESTMENT PROPERTY
Lease, Sale) for sale, Cove Apart-
Lease,ale) ments, 4.1 BR(1BA apart-
OFFICE SPACE LOCATED ments and a 2BR/1 BA
in downtown Starke. Of- house. Al rooms occu-
fice has reception area,
board room, 2 individual pied, .$275,000, Call for
offices, 2 rest rooms and details, 904-891-6779.
kitchen. Lease $750 per 48
month. Call 904-964-6305
ask for John. Homes for Sale
RETAIL SPACE ON CALL $69,900 3/2 WITH APPU-
Street, next to train tracks. ANCES built on your lot
Can be built out to your - Go to www.dugardcon-
specs. As is $550 per struction.com or call 904-
month. Call 904-964- 259-5008.
6305. HANDYMAN SPECIAL
NEW PROFESSIONAL OF- 3BR/1BA, 684 Epperson
FICES at 417 West Call ' St. Starke, $55,500. Call
Street for lease. Ideal for 352-745-0039.
medical, legal, account- . ._
ing or business offices. CUSTOM HOME BUILD-
$350 including utilities ERS. Call Stevenson
and taxes, or all 4 offices Construction Co., Inc.
for$290eachplusutilities 'We design build. Es-
and taxes. Call 352-275- tablished in 1976. Call-
8531 today for a walk 904-964-5086, or visit
through. Stevensonhomebuild-
OFFICE/WAREHOUSE ers.com. CGC003344,
space for rent - 3,000 CBC1253234
SQ FT OR 6,000 SQ FT. 2 STORY HOUSE, 2000
Bradford Industrial Park. sq. ft. 4BR/2BA, new
$800/mo for each bay. * metal roof, new electric
Smith & Smith Realty, plumb ng, A/C, flooring
904-964-9222. & cabinets. 660 Epper-
OFFICESPACEFoR RENT. son St., Starke, asking
All fees paid for only $300/ $145,000. Call 352-745-
mo. Located in suite of 0039.
offices with 3 separate of-. 3.4 ACRES WITH 3BR/2BA
fices, 2 bathrooms, break,\ HOUSE. Remodeled
room, conference room & interior, new metal roof, 3
common reception area. decks, partially furnished.
Excellent opportunity for Reduced to $82,900 for
several people to cost quick sale! 2 miles West
share space and have a of Starke, 17850 NW 62nd
nice, private office. Call Ave., 352-213-1306.
John at 904-964-6305.

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*Land Cleaming *Denmolition
*Ponds -Road Grading
*Dozer Work R.E. Jones *Fill Dirt
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3BR/2BA, 2 STORY HOME
ON Sampson Lake, 1 acre,
waterfront. Remodeled in
2002,. Owe $250,000,
asking $250,000. Call
904-364-3802.
HOUSE FOR SALE, 3BR/
2BA 1472 sq. ft., 4.92
acre, block/brick, ga-
rage, no CH/A, 2 window
units, gas heat. Close to
schools, $160,000.. Call,
Tamara 352-473-5157 or
352-258-3744.
49
Mobile Homes
for Sale
2009, 32 x 56 4BR/2BA.
Will sell for invoice. Call
Lewyn.904-259-8028.,
2008, 28 x 52 3BR/2BA
"Must Go", will sell at
invoice, call Lewyn 904-
259-8028.
REDUCEDI All lot models,
904-259-8028.
3BR/2BA DW ON STATE
property. 1800 Sq. Ft.
with 2 storage sheds
in back. Call 386-431-
9242.
USED DOUBLE, 1993 Su'
per clean, Fleetwood,
3BR/2BA. A/C, free skirt-
ing, screen room;,,free
setup & delivery, $24,400,
call 386-344-9452, ask for
Bruce.
REPO, 2005 FLEETWOOD
3BR/2BA, 24 x 48. Lap
siding, shingle roof, skirt-
ing, free delivery & setup.
$33,473,.can finance.
Call 386-344-9452, ask
for Bruce.


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MOVING, MUST SELL 14 For Rent
x70REDMAN2BR/2BA, NEW 3BR/2BA HOME:
super clean, vinyl siding, Rent to own, no mone,
shingle roof, A/C, skirting, down, payments as low
$19,500, must seel Call as$1100. Easyfinancing,!
386-344-9452. Free 10x call 800-897-1799 ext.;
20 screen room, ask for 212 or visit our website!
Bruce. at wladson@pwhhomes.,
- com. FL-CRC058477.
PUBLIC NOTICE, NEW. LAWTEY - NEW 3BR/2BA
homes at used prices, on 5 acres. Rent with,
1) 1BR/2BA - $19,995.00 option to buy $1000/mo.,
2) 2BR/2BA - $23,995 3687 NW CR 225, 904-!
3) 3BR/2BA DW only 449-1922.
$26,995.00. All homes WE HAVE 2 OR 3 bedroom;
include setup & delivery, MH, clean, close to person,
A/C & skirting. Call 386- N call 352-468-1323.
344-9452, ask for Bruce. NEWLY RENOVATED 2 & 3:
BR homes in Starke/Lake,
u80 14 x 56,SWMH. .o/ Butler. Deposit required.!
Call 678-438-6828 or;
1BA, good shape, needs 678-438-2865.
minor repairs. Must be ONE MONTH FREE. 2,;
moved, $1200 OBO0, call 3 AND 4BR0 starting at!
904-964-6547, leave mes- $579. W/D hook-upstat
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room, pool. Pets wel-
come. Whispering Oaks
Apartments, 904-368-
0007.
WORTHINGTON SPRINGS
- 2 AND 3 BR mobile
homes. $400/mo and
up. Rent includes pool,
garbage, yard and home
maintenance. Call 386-
496-2777.
STARKE, 3BR/1BA, near
school. All new carpet,
kitchen & fenced in back
yard. $700/mo & $750
security. Service animals
only. 352-473-8055.
4BR/2BA, ALL FRESHLY
re-done. Double car ga-
rage behind house. $800/
mo & $850 security dep.
, 352-473-8055.
2BR/1BA ON GOLF
COURSE at Keystone.
$650/mo, no smoking,
service animals only. Call
352-235-1586. Owner'
licensed real estate bro-
. ker.
STARKE & KEYSTONE
2BR/1BA, very nice,
recently renovated.
Starke House - $650/
mo. Keystone MH, lake
front - $550/mo. Senior
discount & free mainte-
nance. Consider small
pet Safe, quiet area. Call
352-473-5214.
2BR/1 BA HOUSE ON LAKE
SG-eneva, $525 per month.
2BR/1BA MH, $475 per
month. First securityty,
call 352-473-2919. *
LAWTEYAPARTMENTS, 1,
2 & 3 BR. Rental assis-
tance, may be available.
Basic rent starts at $540.
EQUAL HOUSING OP-
PORTUNITY. Call 904-
782-3531. This institution
is'an equal opportunity
provider, and employer.
SANDHILL FORESTAPTS.
S1,2 and 3 bedrooms.
Rental assistance may
be available. Basic rent
starts at $479. EQUAL
HOUSING OPPORTU-
NITY. Call 352-475-5109.
This institution is an equal
opportunity provider and
employer.
3BR/1BA HOUSE JUST
outside Starke city limits.
Yard, washer/dryer hook-
ups, large living room.
$550/mo. & $500 security,
call 904-368-0191.
STUDIO APT., STARKE
area, recently remodeled.
$400/mo. plus $200 secut
rity. Call 904-263-0546.


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MELROSE HOUSE FOR
lease, 2BR/2BA, down-
town. $650/mo., first,
last & security. Service
animals only, 352-475-
3094.
3BR/1BA COTTAGE WITH
CH/A, private lot, $600
per month. Worthington/
Providence area. Call
386-496-2354.
MELROSE 3BR/2BA MH
in nice, recently renovat-
ed, new flooring & paint
throughout. CH/A in quiet
community. $495/mo &
$300 deposit. Call 352-
475-6285.

SMALL 2BR/1BA HOUSE
in Starke. New carpet,
W/D hook-ups, applianc-
es, CH/A, lease & credit
check required, first, last
& security, service ani-
mals only. $325/mo, call
904-259-4126.
3BR/2BA HOUSE, TILE
floors, fireplace, granite
counters, lake access.
Keystone Heights School
District. $1000/mo. &
'$1000 deposit. Call 352-
473-3560.
HOME IN STARKE, 1241
Bradford St', safe quiet
neighborhood, 3BR/1 BA,
living room & family room,
screered in back porch for
morning coffee or relaxing
in.the evening. Back
yard is fenced, and faces
open field. Many retired
couples in area. Great
home for older couple, or
quiet beginning families.
References required. First
plus deposit. Call 724-
877-7679 or 814-257-
9825.
CAMPER TRAILER LOT
FQR rent in country. Utili-
tie6 included, call 352-
468-2684.
SMALL TRAILER FOR rent
'.in country, 1BR, utilities
included, call 352-468-
2684.,
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 3BR/
2BA MH on 1 acre, close
to town, $600 per month
+ $600 security deposit.
Call 352-475-6260.
4BR/2.5BA HOUSE FOR
RENT/SALE. 2 story
historic home in Starke
city limits, large yard,
completely remodeled,
hardwood floors, bigh.ceil-
ings, 2,400 sq. ft., granite
counters, cherry cabinets
& stainless appliances in
kitchen. Contact Randy
at 904-263-0530.
8BR/2BA DW-MH ON 1
acre, CH/A. Service ani-
mals only. $600/mo. &
deposit. Call 352-284-
3310. -.' .
MOBILE HOME 2BR/1BN
small SW, on nice private:'
wooded lot in Melrose.
$330/mo & $150 deposit.
352-213-1341.


HANDICAP ACCESSIBLE,
1 BRP BA Apt. year lease.
$350/mo & utilities $150/
mo. 226 S. Thompson
St., please call Mr. Corbin
at 904-563-5410.
3BR/1BA HOUSE FOR
RENT in town (Starke).
$625/mo & deposit. Call
386-793-4446.
2/2 SINGLEWIDE MOBILE
HOME - $500/mo. plus
$500/dep. 22515 NW
S53rd Ave., Lawtey. Ser-
vice animals only. Gar-
bage service and lawn
service included. Call
*904-796-0177 or 904-
796-0501.
STARKE - 2BR/1BA SW
MH, outside city limits.
$450/mo & deposit, call
352-235-6319.
3BR/1.5BA MH FOR RENT,.
outside Starke city limits.
$500/mo & $500 deposit.
Call 904-364-8513.
HIGH-END STUDIO LOFT
apartment's in downtown
Starke. Granite counter
tops, stainless steel ap-
pliances, washer/dryer
& wood floors. From
$675-$725 a month. Call
786-525-1115G.
3BR/1BA OLDER FRAME
HOME. First, last, lease &
deposit. Service animals
only. $500/mo. Call 904-
964-4111.
MOVE IN MADNESS SPE-
CIAL, $700 moves you
in! Nice 2BR/1BA MH,
CH/A on acreage, W/D
hookup, dishwasher and
front deck, $500/mo. 386-
562-3408.
LAWTEY 2BR/1BA' CON-
CRETE block home, CH/
A, fenced yard. Possible
lease with option to buy.
Call 904-444-3874 or
904-829-0518.
1/2 ACRE LOT'S FOR rent.
Running water, fenced in,
great for horses or live-
stock. 'One lot in Lawtey,
other in Starke. $100/
mo. each. Call 386-562-
3408.


4BR/1.5BA DW. $500/mo
& $500 deposit. Call
386-431-1898, ask for
Michelle or Oulda.
HOTEL ROOMS FOR
RENT, weekly rates, no
frills rooms $60, rooms
with baths $130 & tax.
To see the rooms, go
to the Managers apart-
ment on Walnut Street,
across from Post Office
at Magnolia Hotel, or call
904-964-4303.

52
Animals and
Pets
DOG TAGS - DOG TAGS -
DOG TAGS! Buy them at
the Office Shop in Starke
on Call St. Only $4.75,
including postage. Many
colors, shapes and styles
,,to choose from. Call
904-964-5764 for more
information.
CATAHULA/FLORIDA CUR
pups. Call. 352-316-
1224.
SMALL DOG, FREE TO
good home. Dachshund/
Shitzu mix. High energy,
very affectionate and
loves people. 10 months
old. 352-473-4922.

53A,
Starke Yard
Sales
BARGAIN PRICES, TOOLS,
kitchenware, furniture,
craft supplies, nearly new
clothing. Friday & Satu-
Sday 504 W. Call Street.
YARD SALE, FRI. 6/12,7am
to ? 621 Glendale St.,
plus a Honda Rancher 4
x 4,$3300:
YARD SALE, FRI. & SAT.,
June 12th & 13th, 8am to
3pm. 7625 SW CR 225,
Sampson City. Furniture
- living room, dining room
& kitchen table. TV.'s,
women clothing & shoes .
(sizes 8-10), and much,
much more.


Homes For Rent
Homes, Lake Homes, Mobile Homes &
Vacation Properties for Rent in the
'Keystone, Melrose, Starke, Hawthorne
Area ranging from $550 to $1,200 per
month. Apartments in Starke starting
at $350 per month.
Call for Free List
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APARTMENTS'

607 Bradford Court- Starke, FL
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2�'tots, 3BR/2BA with fireplace,
walk-in closets large wash room.
Also remodeled 1BR/1BA detached
cottage. DRASTICALLY REDUCED!
$184,900
Call:
Carrie Crews
Realtor
1.904-769-9344


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nisronc nome In S tarxe
Walk downtown, kitchen remodeled
in 2009, metal roof, spacious
landscaped yard. -
$120,000


Call:
Stephanie Human
Realtor
1.904-477-6522


53B
Keystone Yard
Sales
YARD/GARAGE sale.'
Barginsl Thurs. - Sat.,
June 4th - 6th & June 11th
- 13th. Household items,
6558 Brooklyn Bay Rd.,
Keystorfe.
55
Wanted
15 PEOPLE WANTED, to
lose up to 301lbs in 30
days 100% Guaran-..
teed, Dr. recommend-
ed! 337-463-9306 or
1-800-218-6905-toll free.
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For Sale
LILY PLANTS FOR SALE.
Call 904-796-0177 or'
904-796-0501.
KENMORE AND WHIRL-
POOL washers and dry-
ers, new type $95 and
up, each. Electric stove,
written guarantee, de-
livery available. For ap-
pointments, call 904-964-
8801.
RIDING MOWER FOR
SALE. Scott's 18 HP,
Kohler engine, 46 inch
cut, automatic. $500
OBO. 904-964-2466.
20 GAGE OU SHOTGUN
$400 080, great condi- '
tion. Call 904-364-8069.
I1KE FEST T-SHIRTS.
Blow out prices! Get
yours now, $10. One Stop
Tailor Shop, comer of 301
& Edwards Rd.'
JAZZY POWER WHEEL
CHAIR with extended
Jeg rest, used very little,.-
$4,000. Call 904-782-
<3591.
KENMORE, SIDE BY SIDE
refrigerator. $500, call
904-964-4822.
WINDOW A/C UNITS
- two are 12,000 BTU &
one is 5,000 BTU..-.$125 -
for all three. Call and
leave message, 381-496-,
0787.


107-C Edwards Rd.
Starke, FL


aryslai LaKe nuomesiee
Access to lake, 4BR/2BA, walk'
closets, new wood floors, doutb
garage, 1-year home warranty.
S $209,900

Call:
Charnelle Whittemore
Broker
1-352-235-1825


TANNING BED - Sunquest
Pro 16 SE Wolff. Works
great, long lasting bulbs.
Minor cosmetic flaws,
$450. Call 386-496-735.
59
Personal
Services
CLARK FOUNDATION RE-
PAIRS, INC. - Correction
of termite & water-dam-
aged wood & sills. Level-
ing & raising Houses/
Bldgs. Pier Replacement
& alignment. Free Esti-
mates: Danny (Buddy)
Clark, 904-284-2333 or
1-800-288-0633,

FLORIDA CREDIT UNION
has money to lend for MH
& land packages. 1-800-
284-1144.
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NEED AUTO BODY MAN
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317-5880.
DRIVERS: OWNER Op-
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225.
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days, nights & weekends,
ER Admissions Clerk.
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please visit our website:
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com, 386-496-2323, ext.
258, (fax) 386-496-1611.
Equal Employment Op-
portunity/Drug free work-
place.
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seeks caring Service
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patients in their home
for oxygen & equipment
needs. Warm personali-
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lbs. should apply. CDLw/
DOT a plus or obtainable.
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distribution (i.e.,
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chain management")
and manufacturing of
building components.
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who is a team builder
and who is skilled in
working with industry,
contract negotiation,
grant management,
industry-driven
curriculum
development, and
strategic planning.
Knowledge of trends ir
workforce education,
especially as it .
pertains to the supply
chain and
manufacturing
industries.
Knowledge of
personnel principles
and practices.
Knowledge of private
and public sector
employers and
economic trends,
regionally and
throughout the State.
Ability to design and
facilitate delivery of
training programs to
meet employer needs.
Ability to communicate
effectively verbally and
in writing, including
proposals and grants.
Ability toanalyze .
problems and /
� recommend
solutions. Skill in fiscal
S management,


prujec.t rI Igem iatIn,
contract negotiation,
and development of
partnerships,. Six
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desired.7
Bachelor's degree with
five years experience
in teaching and/or
management of
workforce programs.
Experience in
personnel
management and
interacting with
industry. Strong team
building skills. Valid
Florida driver's license.
Occupational
experience with in
supply chain and/or
manufacturing,
industries strongly
de-sired.
Department of Labor
grant management of
workforce programs.
Application
Deadline:
7/7/09.
Salary: $47,500
annually, plus
benefits. College
application and
transcripts
required. Position
details and
application
available on the web
at:
www.lakecitycc.edu
Inquiries: Human
Resources
Lake City
Community College
149 SE College PL.
Lake City, FL 32025
Phone: (386) 754-4314
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Recruiting
center to
celebrate
Army b-day
The U.S. Army recruiting
station at 452 N. Temple Ave.
in Starke (across from
Bradford High School) will
celebrate the Army's 234'h
birthday Friday,June 12.
Cake and.' punch will be
served at the, center from I
p.m. until 3 p.m . ....

Starke rec.
adult softball
league starts
play injuly
The recreation department of
the city of Starke will hold a
city and church co-ed adult
softball league, which begins
play July .6.
Games will be played at
6:30 p.m. and 8:30 p.m., on
Tuesday at the Edwards Road
and Thomas Street complexes.
Each team must 'have a
minimum of,,12 players..Co-ed
teams must have atleast three
female players.


For more information on
fees and requirements, please
call the recreation department
at (904). 964-6792.

MBCA meets
on Thursday
night
The Melrose Business and
Community Association will
hold its June monthly meeting
on Thursday, June 11, starting
at 6 p.m. This is the group's
second evening meeting of the
year. MBCA will hold another
one in September to give
Melrose residents a chance to
join MBCA activities. ,
"Main Street Melrose" will
-be the topic of the June
meeting. Melrose residents at- ,
the meeting can. make
suggestions for improving
Melrose, like including more
sidewalks or improved lighting,
along Bellamy Avenue, S.R.
26.
Putnam County Sheriff Jeff
Hardy and Putnam's Parks and
Recreation Director Bob
Stevens will speak.
For more information about
the MBCA or the meeting,
visit - - - Web site
www.melroseft.com/mbca or
call (352) 475-3992.


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