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Title: Union County times
Uniform Title: Union County times (Lake Butler, Fla.)
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Publisher: Sprintow Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Lake Butler, Fla
Creation Date: July 16, 2009
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Union


USP\S 648-200 -


Two Sections - Lake Butler, Florida


Sounty


Thursday, July 16, 2009


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7th grade

booster

shots

required
As with previous years,
law requires that all students
entering the seventh grade
receive a tetanus booster shot.
Effective with the 2009-2010
school year, the only acceptable
tetanus booster shot is the Tdap
vaccine. Tdap contains the
tetanus-diphtheria and pertussis
vaccines.
S..According to Winnie
'Holland, administrator for the
:Bradford and Union County
health departments, the reason
the normal tetanus booster
has been replaced with the
Tdap is because there has
been a resurgence of pertussis
(whoopingcough) in the country
among teens and adults-even
among the elderly..
"The tetanus, diphtheria
:and pertussis vaccine is given
to infants and it was once
believed there was no need to
give it beyond infancy. That
has now changed because of
.the increase in the number of
cases'of whooping cough," said
Holland.
Students entering seventh
grade will not be permitted
to attend school until proof
of proper immunizations
is received as mandated by
Florida law.
To receive the required
vaccination, parents should
either take their-child to their
family pediatrician or to the
Bradford or Union County
health department. To .contact
the health department, please
call (904) 964-7732 in Bradford
County or (386) 496-3211 in
Union County.

UC to

receive

preliminary

budget
The Union County Board of
County Commissioners will be
presented with the preliminary
2009-2010 fiscal budget on
Monday, July 20, at 6 p.m.
The budget presentation will be
followed by a meeting in regard
to applications for an agent of
record and a special exception
.hearing prior to the regular
board meeting at 7 p.m.

Final sign-up
day for Pop
Warner set
The final sign-up day for
.Union County Pop Warner
football is Thursday, July 23,
between 6:30-8:30 p.m. at
Ithe O.J.. Phillips Recreational
Complex located on S.R. 121.
.Players must be between
the-ages of five.and 12 to
participate.A parent or guardian
must accompany the player
for registration and bring the
following: wallet-sized photo
of player, year-end report card,
official birth certificate, photo
ID of parent 6r guardian' "copy
of health insurance card and
a check or cash in the amount
of $75 per football player. For
more information. please call
Jeff Oody at (904) 964-3776.
Practice begins Aug. 1.

AL quarterly
meeting
tonight
On Thursday. July 16, at 7
p.m.. the Lake Butler American
Legion Post 153 will hold
its quarterly meeting at the
Masonic Lodge located at 325
W. Main Street. Please bring
a covered dish to go with fried
chicken.


The Townsend Block of Lake Butler, as it looked In early days.


Looking back: LB


has come a long


way through history


Prior to 1921, Union
County did not exist and
the land that now makes up
Union County was a portion
of Bradford Count., Lake
Butler served more than one
stint as the county seat of
Bradford County since it
was once the most thriving
metropolis-overshadowing
a young Starke.
a The Lake Butler area
was settled early on, but it
was in 1859 that 40 acres
of land was purchased from
the government and streets'
were laid out for the town, the
county seat of what was then
New River County (including
Bradford, Union and Baker
counties). . .
When Baker County was
divided from New River in
1859, the remaining portion
of that county was renamed
Bradford - and. Lake Butler
remained the county seat. The
town was named by an early
surveyor and the reasons for
the choice of "Lake Butler"
are not clear.
' Late in the 20th Century
stories circulated that the town
was named for a' "Captain"
Butler who died during the
Seminole Indian Wars and
was buried on the north shore
of the lake. It was later proven
that the. heroic soldier who
gave his life protecting the
white citizens of the area did
not actually exist, although
the battle he was supposed
to have died in did actually
occur and soldiers did lose
their lives during it.
When Lake Butler was
established, some of the names
of the early residents-found
in various records- were
similar to names which are
found among families here
today, William J.D. Prevatt,
Capt. H.F. York, Capt. Roll
Thomas, Col. L.B. Rhodes.
John Croft and M.L:
McKinney were men listed
as being from Lake Butler
when they were inducted into
Company A of the 7th Florida
Infantry in 1862. They joined
Bragg's Army in Tennessee
shortly after induction.
Other records list early
residents of Lake Butler and
include Dr. O.V. Walton. l)r.
Sol Newsome, Thomas Irving
Dekle, Grancer Palmer, W.S.
Epperson- and Major Joseph
L. Hill.
Capt. York served as
the first clerk of the court
and was also a partner in
a general merchandise store.


called York and Rhodes. The
Rev. R.H .Barnett, an, early,
'circuit-riding preacher for
the Methodist Church, once
worked for York and Rhodes.
In early.days it was customary
for Methodist ministers to
serve several churches and
ride out to: a different one.
each Sunday.
Since Barnett traveled a lot.
he once made the back room
at the merchandise store his
sleeping quarters and took his
meals in the home of Col.
L.B. Rhodes. The store was
,not much different from the
typical country store of the
day. It had a cracker barrel,
pickle barrel and even a barrel
of liquor, which was kept in a .
side room.
Portions were sold to
customers who brought their
own mugs into the store. The
presence of the liquor barrel
prompted Barnett to leave
employment with the store,
-although he reported in his
biography that he liked both
the owners and enjoyed his
job. He did a lot of praying
for the two men and seemed
to feel justified in the effort
as Rhodes later became a..
Methodist minister himself
and York became a deacon in
the Baptist church..
Toward the end of the Civil
War, Lake Butler's business
district began to grow. John
.Croft opened a grocery store.
M.L. McKinney returned from
the war and married Matilda
Dekle. The couple established


a cotton gin in the western
portion of the town.
The first post office was
located inside a general store
owned by J.H. Porter, who
acted as the first postmaster.
O.W. Maines, grandfather
of the famed Lake Butler
historian and late "country"
attorney .Hal Y. Maines,
assisted Porter as postmaster.
The present Masonic
Hall, located on Main Street
adjacent to the First United
Methodist Church, was one of
the earliest public schools in
the town. F.G. Shelle served
as editor of the town's first
newspaper, the now defunct
Lake Butler Star.
Joseph P. Richard
(pronounced Re-shard) had
his Wayne County, Ga.,
plantation destroyed in the
Civil War and he relocated his
family to the Providence area.
Around 1875 he purchased
a large section of land near
Lake Butler, which included
the Johnstown area, an
unincorporated settlement
between Lake Butler and
Raiford. He also purchased
other tracts in various areas
and operated a grits mill,
cotton gin and sawmill, in
addition to his farm. He served
as county judge for 14 years.
F.M. Rivers founded the
Rivers Hardware Store in
Lake Butler during this early
period-about 1880-and
continued in operation until it
burned in 1985.Riversattained
See HISTORY, p. 10A


BC man charged


with possession


of bomb parts


Representatives of the Bureau
of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms
and Explosives were in Starke
Tuesday investigating some
suspicious items found in the
Starke room rented by Dennis
Michael Larsen, 60. The items
were of the type that could be
used to make a bomb.
Larsen is being held in the
Bradford County Jail after he
was arrested July 9 by Bradford
County Sheriff's Office Deputy
Bill Murray and charged with
aggravated assault and simple
battery.
According to the reports, the
incident started as a verbal and
physical altercation on July 9.
An argument escalated into
physical violence when Larsen
allegedly threatened the victims
with a knife by wielding it and
lunging toward them. Larsen
did not use the knife to cut
anyone, but did allegedly strike
one victim in the mouth with
his fist.
According to Capt. Brad
Smith, after Larsen was
arrested, the victims contacted
BCSO and stated thcy'were
afraid of what would happen
when he was released because.
he kep' a number of guns in his
room. The victims also rented
rooms in the same residence.
Larsen gave . BCSO
permission to search his
room and deputies found the
following items locked in a
chest inside the room: a .22-
caliber H&R handgun, a 30.06
Savage Arms rifle a 12-gauge
Savage Arms rifle and a .22-
caliber Marlin rifle. Mu!!iple
rounds of ammunition for the
firearms \were also found.
('apt. Smith said Larsen


Dennis Larsen


is a convicted felon, making
possession of the firearms
illegal.
Other items that were also
found prompted' BCSO to call
ATF. Deputies found several
suspicious items that were all
placed together in the same
box.
Capt. Smith said deputies
found a section of PVC pipe
with caps at" both ends, gun
powder, a section of fuse
and several illegal M80
firecrackers. These items could
be used to make an explosive
device. A charge of making or
possessing a destructive device
was added July 14 to those
against Larsen.
Bond for the assault and
battery charges was set at a total
of $15.000o. Bond on the charge
of. possessing a destructive
device had not been set as of
press time. Larsen remained in
the Bradford County Jail.


BY TERESA STONE
SIRWIN
Tines Staff Writer
The parents of a Jacksonville
man killed in a vehicle crash
in Union County involving
a tractor trailer have filed a
negligence complaint against
the driver of the semi.
In the complaint, the parents
ofTobie Young, 37, are seeking
damages against Albert Johnny
Ogletree, 60, of Lake Bttler,
for negligently operatingia
tractor-trailer 'that resulted in
their son's death. Two courts
of negligence were also filed
against Lake Butler based
trucking company Chad Ward


Enterprises, the owner 6f the
log carrying tractor-trailer.
According to the crash report
obtained from the Florida
Highway Patrol, on Sept. 25,.
2008, Young was traveling
westbound on S.R. 100 when
Ogletree's semi .pulled out
from a side road, NW 124th
Ave., also heading westbound
on S.R. 100,and into the path
of Young's vehicle.
Young's vehicle collided with
the rear of the semi and became
lodged in its undercarriage,
resulting in his death.
Young's parents are seeking
damages in excess of $15,000,
pursuant to the Florida
Wrongful Death Act.


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

Deadline Monday 5 p.m. before publication * Phone (386) 496-2261 * Fax (386) 496-2858 6 89016 63869 2


Driver, truck


company being


sued by family


LB commission selects leadership

for 2009-2010 fiscal year

On July 13 during the regular monthly meeting of the city of Lake Butler, commissioners
unanimously voted to name Ray Crawford as the city's new mayor for 2009-2010. Scott
Cason was reassigned as the city's vice mayor. The Lake Butler City Commission is (I-
r) Vice Mayor Scott Cason, City Manager John Berchtold, Commissioner Fletcher Myers,
Commissioner Jimmy Beasley, Mayor Ray Crawford and Commissioner Brantley Crawford.


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Page 2A I LLL.GRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR--A-SECTION July 16, 2009


Is Starke electric system for.sale?


BY MARK .I.CRAWFORi)


I lorida Po\\ cr and I ight ,I,'ked
the citl of Starkc to Iotrmnali/e
its interest in selling its electric
s\ steic, and the commission has
done so.
Without hesilalion, the cil\
commission loted to allow\
FPl. to look at purchasing
the -municipal electric system
and brine an\ information it
collects back to the board for
consideration. Commissioners
seemed glad to do so gi\ n years
of dissatisfaction with the Florida
Municipal Po\\er Agenc\, the
city's wholesale power provider.
Commissioners ha\e been vocal
about wanting g out of the city's
cxclusi\e and long-term contract
with FMPA.
This year alone has seen bills
spike because natural gas hedging
locked the agency into higher-
than-market-value prices for fuel
to generate electricity. There
were also millions of dollars
in unexpected transmissions
charges that was passed along to
customers.
Wholesale costs alone aren't
responsible for the money
customers pay. The city also
transfers money from utilities
to support general government.
What would happen if the city did
not have that revenue coming in?
That is just one of the questions
that would have to be answered.
Would the city be selling
off its infrastructure or simply
buying power from a new source?
Would it continue operating
the utility, or would this be a
complete takeover? And what
of the personnel employed by
that department? Would they
be absorbed by FPL; into other
city departments, or would they
be laid off? Would the level of
.service suffer?
Then there's the city charter,


\which sa\s the cil\ commission
cannot sell of the electric utility\
\ilhout 75 percent olf \otrs
appro\in the mo\a. ('an three
out of four people agree on
an thing? And ho\\ much is the
ntilit\ \\orth'?
()' course, there dill'icullics
with citing the seemingly
air-tieht contract \\ith FMI'A.
without t which h the cit\ would d
he I'rce to purchase po\\cr from
else\\ here. The latest estimate for
an earl\ contract e\it \\as around
$50 million, much of which h
represents the cit\'s portion of
the indebtedness the agency has
incurred on the cit\'s behalf in
its quest to provide its municipal
members with a source of
wholesale power.
Can that amount he
successful challengedor would
a third party like FPI. be.\\,illing
to buy the city out of the contract
and earn its investment back over
time? How1 long would d it take to
earn back that kind of investment
in exchange fo r fewer than 3.000
new customers?
Neither-the city nor FPL. can
answer these questions at this
time. )ave Cobb, FPL:s external
affairs manager in north Florida,
couldn't say he had seen such an
acquisition i'n his 37 years'with
the company.
What there does appear to be
is a willingness for both sides
to look at these issues. Starke
Attorney Terry Brow\n said, if
nothing else,- the commission's
vote would send a message to
FMPA and its other members.
While there are a lot of
questions to be answered, one
thing is kiown. Starke customers
would be.paying less on average
if they were FPL customers.
According to'the most recent
numbers compiled by the Florida
Municipal Electric Association,
Starke residents paid $145.11
for 1,000 kilowatt-hours, of'


electricity\ in May compared to
the $105.78 charged by FPI..
This was less than April. but
there \\ere still only five other
municipal utilities higher than
the cit\ of Starke (Bushnell. Fort
Meade. Havana, Jacksonville
Beach and Iecesburg).
For 1.500 kWh of nondemaiand
power. Starke businesses paid
$247.74 compared to $172.24 for
FPI. customers. Only one other
city electric utility( (Bushnell)
exceeded that amount.
Jones. Edmunds and
Associates submitted a price-to
the cit\ commission to conduct
a complete electric rate stud\.
The commission, has passed at
this time since it doesn't have
the $25.000 needed to fund the
study, although commissioners
did ask the operations manager
to get in touch with FMPA about
the possibility of conducting a
rate study for the city.


Remember to

reduce during

peak hours
With the changing seasons.
different demands are placed on
the electric system, but one thing
doesn't change: Customers pay
more for electricity used during
peak demand times.
During the summer, the peak
demand hours are between 3
p.m. in the afternoon and 6 p.m.
in the evening. By adjusting
thermostats to a comfortable
setting and turning off all
nonessential appliances and
lighting, customers can help
reduce demand as well as their
monthly bills.
Anyone with questions about
peak demand and its relationship
to electric costs should call city
hall at (904) 964-5027..


Local banks losing some county business


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD Norman.
Telegraph Editor The trust funds are the Florida
Local Government Investment
The county is searching for Trust and the Florida Surplus
betterin.v~estment.rates ~..-- -
will necessitate moving co' "f iNO' funds .,I.riljble lc r


funds out of local banks.
County Clerk Ray Norman
told the county commission he
has always tried to place the
county's money in local banks,
but in today's economy, "business
is business."
Interest returns are an
important source of revenue
for the county, Norman said, so
he is looking for the best rates
available.
Norman said he spoke with
three- local banks and they
understand where he is coming,
from.
Both trust funds Norman
presented are triple-A rated, he
said, and they. are well-backed
by government securities. They
are used by other counties and
school districts and it is primarily
the county's general fund money
that would be placed in these
trust funds.
Sales tax revenue could also
be placed in one of the trusts to
draw interest until' the county
needs the revenue for its intended
purpose.
"It just diversifies our funds.
is \ hat' it amounts to'. said


investment means the county will
have the advantage of choosing
the fund that has the best rates at
the time.
Norman has been assured fast
access to the county's money, if
needed.
"We won't have any problem
getting our funds if we need
them right away," he said.
Local banks have not been
abandoned entirely.
"We will still use our local
banks as much as \\e can:' he
said.
In other business:
* The county commission
approved a resolution amending
the language of its $2 million
loan agreement-vith Capital City
Bank so that it states the loan
will be secured with property tax
revenue, not sales surtax funding.
In order for sales tax revenue to
be used to repay indebtedness,
the tax must have been approved
by voters.
The commission adopted
ordinances changing the land use'
and zoning on nearly five acres
just to the south of the Beck
Chrysler Jeep Dodge of Starke


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dealership.
The application was made h\
Breck Sloan of the Beck chain of
dealerships, acting as agent for
--propert4- wn ,r--mrnpire- -:C"-
Ahh ,nigh n s tihe former
site of Pioneer Machinery, the
land was zoned for residential
ise, and that was the also how\
it appeared on the future land
use map. The map \\ as amended
and.the property rezoned to the
commercial intensive category.
* In other land use matters, a
previously scheduled appeal for
a solid waste facility north of
Law\tcv was moved to the board's
July 16 meeting.
* The board approved a
contract with engineering firm
Jones Edmunds and Associates
for more than $57.000 for permit
compliance and monitoring
services at the closed landfill for
July 2009-July 2010.


Hines takes library championship
There were 24 teens participating in
the Bradford Library's NCAA Football
'09 (for the Xbox-360) bracket: it was
double-elimination with 20-minute
rounds. Eight dropped within the first
day. The library was not expecting
such a turnout, which may appear low
in print; anticipating a register of just
seven gamers, the coordinators were
awestruck by the turnout during late
registration. What was meant to be an
event lasting only one week, lasted
two, meaning that the meeting room
schedules needed to be creatively
wrangled on the fly. Because of the d
huge amount of playtime required per .
Match, the championship was delayed
as late as Wednesday, July 8. Several ..
gamers forfeited after crushing scores % -
'during the first half; others were axed
because they missed two days in a row. ,
Nevertheless, winner Casey Hines-- I
undefeated-beat the collective, actually
playing less than runner-up Brent
Kebby, because those who are beaten
re-enter the tournament through a growing loser's bracket. Other notable gamers
were brothers Rashad and Sharod Jackson, who dominated the late-registrant/
loser's bracket until one eliminated the other. Hines walked away with a copy of
NCAA Football '09 for the Xbox-360, worth about $30 toward a trade-in for the
game's sequel-NCAA Football 10-released this week.




School board sacrifices capital

dollars for operating revenue


BY MARK.J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor

What ma\ look like a tax
hike in one area is actually just
the Bradford (ount\ School
Board's' attempt to raise revenue
in one area \while sacrificing it in
another.
The Iegislature ga\e school
hoards the ability\ to raise taxes
to raise taxes b\ a quarter of a
mill to fund either operations (or
capital outlay.
Bradford's school board is
using that flexibi lit to raise ta\es
b\ 0.251 ills Ior operations, hut is
reducing village byan equivalent
amount in its budget for capital
.(building and infrastructure)
projects.
Finance I)i rector Jule Tinsler
the tax 'decrease for capital
projects" iLg.*ilc, ihe I.ax increase
for critical operating needs so
there \\ill be no overall increase
in the tax rate.
Superintendent Beth Moore
has said she does not support
raising taxes to provide additional


Board gaming

for adults

at library
Bradford County Public
Library will be hosting an board
game event for adults Tuesday,
July 28, beginning at 10 a.m. and
ending at noon. Games include
Scrabble and Book Bingo. Prizes
will be bobks for the bingo game


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revenue to the district, and the
school hoard agrees.
To levy the additional quarter-
mill for operations \\ill require a
supermajority of the hoard-lfour
board members out of fi\e-
voting in favor when millage is
set.
School Board Member David
Smith said he wasn't oliposed to
the idea .of cutting one area for
the other, but he didn't \\ant to
agree to a cut in capital reicentiCe
before knm\\ing \hat" projects
that would impact.
In \eurs past. property\, ta- es
for school capital olt.tlaI wa\s set
at t\wo mill. Smith pointed out.
Wlhcn the state began cutting
rc\enuc. districts were then gi\en
Ile\ibility to use sonic capital
dollars lor operating costs like
insurance. No\\ another 0.25:
mills would d be shared off thec
capital tax leI \.
He said until he \\as shown
the capital expenditure- plan for
next ecar. he doubted the district
would d be able to meet its needs
\\ith just 1.25 mills without


and bragging rights for Scrabble.
(Come join in the fun and
ruthless competit ion."


Nelson reps

here July 29
Representatives from Sen. Bill
Nelson's office \\ill hold office
hours with Bradford ('ount\
residents Wednesdai. lul\ 29.


serious reductions in that budget.
Tinsler was in the process of
finishing the budget earlier this
week. There \\ill be enough
relnue in the capital budget to
meet the districts needs. Moore
said. although the list of needs
would certain) be reduced.
"We know it's tough economic
times. We're operating on a
thin shoe string, but w\e do have
the monec with 1.25 (mills)
a ailable." she said.
Among the uses for the
..additional quarter-mill in
operating funds. Moore said
that monea would he used for
employee bonuses (see related
story).
The board \ oted 4-1 in favor of
the funding strategy, with Smith
dissenting.
"'The bo>rfd-s 'btidgei',fid'p,.inJ
'lor'hoa cuio l ,at i,, j .i iter i ,l entiu
\\ill be allocated. will be gone
over at a public hearing to be
advertised hb the school district
next week.


from 10-11:30 a.m. at Hamptoi
City Hall.
Anyone may attend to speak
with representatives, particularly
those \\ho need help with a
federal issue.
For 'more information, call
(904) 346-4500.


NOTICE OF BOARD

MEETING
The Town of Brooker Planning &

Zoning Board will meet on Tuesday,

July 21st at 7:00 p.m. to discuss the

Brooker Recreation Park

Improvement Project.



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Annual Meeting Notice

Date: Saturday, July 1 8th
Time: 10:00 am
Place: Starke Golf & Country Club

Anyone who is connected to the Conner
Cemetery is invited to attend.








July 16, 2009 TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR--A-SECTION Page 3A



Cuts in employees and recreation considered at budget workshop


BY MARK .. ('RA FOR(I)
7e li,tralh Idt,, r

' The i Starke ('itl\ ( onmisiol
ihas been asked to coii'iri s'1in
chances to ' it within n :- h ud'e
ne\t \Car. chances thai ii nil,
.shu fflini some emphlo\ccs ;ani
the possihilit\ of cutiine olthe
positions.
SMoiv''e four employees 'frin
:th9 recreation department t
public works. T'he emplo ycc
:would \\ork in both areas, hbu
-they would be paid out of thI
;transportation budget instead o
the general fund. \\ here funding
,is expected to be short.
: The salaries and benefits
'for" those four employees tota
`$168,000.
It would also help relieve the
,Workload in public works, which
is five employees short because o
the ongoing hiring freeze. Thei
duties in recreation would still
:have to bh accomplished, so likt
Many othes on'the city payroll
right now, these employees woulc
have todo double duty. according
*to Operations Manager Rick\
Thompson.
While four from recreation
would be moved, there is also
a recommendation to cut t\wo
patrolmen from the police
force, saving the city $64,000
Eliminating three firefighter;
would save the city commission
money as well-more thar
$100,000-although the resulting
higher ISO rating could raise
insurance bills for city residents


and businesses.
cutting g code enforcement
hours woulld sa\e $15.000 if the
c c.inission decides to do it. and
Sanotlher 5 percent hike in \vatler
S iiind sc\\cr ratiles is Iikel\ to raise
' rc\tlle e lor those utilities.
I ()ne option commissioners
r \\cre unwilling to consider \\as
raising property la\es h\ three-
L quarters ofl ai mill to generate
i and additional $150.,000 for the
s general fund. Property\ ties
t are alrcad\ expected to bring in
e ncarl\ $800.00(i. slightly more
f than this year. The state forecasts.
g other tax revenues \\ill be down
1.5 percent, according to City
SC('lerk .inda Johns.
I No'raise for cit\ employees is
being built into the budget at this
C time.
h .The city auditors are
f also recommending that
r the commission streamline
I bookkeeping by eliminating the
e internal service fund and folding
Sits two components, purchasing
Sand the city garage, into the
general and utility funds.
Commissioner (arolyn
Spooner wanted to know how
Shuffling employees in the
Recreation department would
Affect programs. The move alone
e should result in few changes, blut
Mayor Wilbur Waters wanted
s to know if other cuts had been
1 looked at for.recreation.
n A list if program information
\ was prepared showving-how, much
Sthe programs were drawing upon
s the city's genial fund for support


versus how much of that support
was being covered by user fees.
Thompson said a lot of
people have said the recreation
department offers too much
and should locus on baseball
and softball. its most popular
programs. That would mean
doing aa\\a \ith offerings like
soccer, basketball and f'lag
football. ('eramics is already
gone.
The city commission has also
scrutinized offering a kiddie
camp, summer camp and after-
school club as \xell as the fees
being charged for looking after
the kids in this program.'!The fees
have been raised for the summer
and kiddie camp program to
$300, which amounts to around
$37 a week per child.
The after-school club charges
far. less-$90 per semester.
Recreation Director Alica
McMillian said state law differs
for after-school activities, so
if they charge more than $10
a week, that places them in a
childcare category that .would
require her and her staff to
pursue certification. They are
able to charge a little something.
and get around the certification
requirement by calling it a camp'
or a club instead of an after-
school program.
What is noi covered by fees
m ust be covered by the city.except
when McMillian finds other
ways to. support the programs.
like getting not cost summer
help through FloridaWorks and


seeking.out a grant to provide
meals to participating kids.
Spooner said the core programs
like the summer camp benefit
families but also the city because
they give southh structured
activities to participate in.
Waters said the agreed, but when
it comes to the cost to taxpayers
and the city being short revenue.
the commission, must look for
areas It cut back.
According to the city.
the majority of the children
participating in these programs
do not even live in the city limits.
Waters said last year, only 50
of the 152 kids enrolled in the
summer camp were from the city.
That's why he said he approached
the county for financial support,
although he seemed doubtful the
county commission would make
a contribution.
Spooner suggested the
possibility of limiting program
participation to children who live
in the city, but Commissioner
Travis Woods said kids would
still be "suffering." Instead of
cutting out programs that all kids
participate in. the city would be
denying participation to the some
for the programs it offers.
He said if programs are going
to be offered, then the city needs
to charge enough to cover the
cost of the program.
Because the city commission
helps pay for programs. the
program -fees being, charged
do g-nerate enough so that the
recreation board has mone\


Large rain, small pipes result in flooding wii Bowli
tourney


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
-igraph Editor

The rain storm that hit Starke
June 30'was something that
had people talking for more
than a week' after it occurred,
not just .ecayse or its intensity
but because; or the resulting
flooding.
Portions of S.R. 100 and U.S.
301 were flooded during the
downpour, and law enforcement
had to shut down and funnel ir.iff;i ,inrsponse o,
the rising storm water.
Starke Operations Managei
Ricky Thompson said he spent
hours that afternoon with a
representative from the Florida
Department of Transportation
looking for reasons the water
was backing up and' flooding
highways, drainage ditches and
yards.
Thompson said the majority
of the problem is due to the
blockage of drainage pipes under
CSX railway near Pine Forest
Apartments on S.R. 100.
One side of the double-
barrel culvert has been filled
with cement to prevent water
from flooding the apartments,
Thompson said.
In an e-mail to the city, Patrick
Webster of the Suwannee River
Water Management District
explained that DOT blocked
to control the flow of water
,downstream.
Downstream, he said, the
culverts that lie underneath the
railroad corridor are undersized.
Until they areupsized,theculverts
upstream on S.R. '100 must
match the lower flow capacitN in'
order to prevent flooding of the
apartment complex.
According to Webster's
e-mail. DOT's drainage system
is designed based on a three-Near
storm event. but the five inches
of rain that fell in ,the cit\ of
Stairke over two hours on June
30 constituted an approximately\


75-year storm event. Therefore.
DOT's system wouldn't have
been able to handle the amount
of storm water falling on 301.
Webster said there need to
-be more inlets and an improved
conveyance system within the
301 corridor to divert the storm
water from the highway.
Even the storm system
placed on Pratt Street to handle


See FLOOD page 4A


Storm water surging through Alligator Creek flowed over
the Laura Street Bridge. Photos provided by the city of
Starke.







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summer's events: for
library \ill hosi a Nil
Bowling bracket. setl
two large greenss tha
eight players pir rouni
There w-ere 24 -


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t\v I'ublk 24 or mbrec players into teams
m-oriented in order to organize a makeshift
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left o\vr at ihe' end Il the 'cair.. out; standard. so the department
McMlillian .aid thi;t l onie g ' oes (itild heli to wait backup before
right back into recreation.pay ing :;entering a burning structure.
for things- the city: does. ' not Rowe said he might have
budget for. like park maintenance to go further and pull out of
and improvements, repairing the. department's interlocal
vandalism and equipment: agreement with the county
purchases. . .. because he wouldn't want to send
.'ommiioner D)anny Nugnht, his firefighters into the county
asked i'f the citn wouldn'tt save without enough manpower.
money by allowingYM('A to take The discussion centered around
oe cr .some of Ihese programs, hut:, budget recommclidations for the
Thompson. delending ihe' city's 'ntt fiscal year. which begins Oct.
ownership of recreation,said that 1I. The commission told Johns to
would be a mistake. put together next year's budget.
Spooner .said :,everyone :"'has 'then it would decide which of
to cut back, but she implored the money saving suggestions to
'the commission to 'look cio.el .. implement.
at the things it plans to cut and "' Ihe ne\i budget workshop has
the long-term "impact on the tentatively been set for Tuesday.
city. MiMillian,saidcutting the. lul 21,at5 p.m.
summer camp. in, particular; , As- for this year. the city is
would. hurt ,kids, and the ciy hoping that controlled spending
would pay for it through lawI will help overcome the revenue
enforcement. " .deficit. Every department head
"If you don't give some of'these has been told to avoid spending
kids something constructive ,to where they can.
do, they will findthings to do(."
she said.
There was also concern,
expressedaboutcutsi notherareas. C rrec
Spooner said.few police officers COrrection
for shift would affect the safety In last week's s edition, a
and security of the community, .photograph incorrectly identified
'Fire Chief Tomin Rowcsaid.cuts to Kim Wheeler as Kr\stle
the fire department would cause .:Holcomibe. We apologize for the
the city's IS( rating to jump t;o error.
a 10 and their insurance rate;l to
double or triple. if the\ could gel. '
insurance it all.
There would also not be
enough firefighters on shift to
comply with the "two-iri: twl-









Page 4A TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR--A-SECTION July 16, 2009


SLandfill considering land


purchase for borrow pit


Church News


IW MARK J. (RAV I'ORD
Ihegraph Fla,.
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SI he Nc\\ Ri\cr Solid Waste
.,ss,oci;tion has been grappling
\\ith the need to find soil for its
S operations and whether it should
enter into a turnkey hauling
S lcotlract \\ith a provider or
-purchase land and begin its ox\n
hauling operation .
In addition to daily\ co\er in
: the landfill. employees use the
soil for a variety of projects from
roads to erosion control. Over
the \ears. employees have pulled
the needed soil from borrow pits
on site. However. the association
\ill need the fill it has on site.
particularly fill rich in clay.
for the construction of 'future
disposal cells, causing it to look
to other sources.
The low bid to have someone
to provide and transport soil
lo the landfill \\'as $3.94 a ton,
,. but according to an analysis
completed by Jones, Edmunds
and Associates, the board
S would save money ovei time by
acquiring land and hauling dirt
from there to the landfill.
bThat analysis showed the
board would spend less than $2
a ton if it began transporting its
own fill dirt. It's not as simple as
it might sound. The board would
have to purchase property, hire
two additional employees, and
buy new equipment.
If cost were the only
consideration, the decision would
seem to be cut and dry. Bradford
County Commissioner Eddie
Lewis, having some knowledge



FLOOD
Continued from Page 3A

runoff from the library and the
surrounding area, including 301,
was only designed for a 50-year
storm. It is not designed to handle
rainfall amounts that exceed that
S level.
Still,without that retention area
ardj', ohers al,,, the highways,
the fri t dng. iould h.Ve"been
worse, said Starke Police Chief
Jeff Johnson.
Thompson said he has been
in touch with DOT and the
water management( district about
Solving the problem, but a lot
also apparently depends on the
railroad's willingness to upsize
culverts under its corridor.
In other business:
* The city successfullyy
competed for housing
rehabilitation money city with its
Community Development Block
' Grant application last year. It
could try again this year grant


.Home

ownership

workshop

planned
Congressman Cliff Stearns
is sponsoring home ownership
workshops in the area for those
who want to buy a first home or
who are struggling to hold on to
the home they live in.
"We continue to face a severe
economic crisis, so I am offering
these workshops to help people


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of the business. has however
cautioned the board against
getting into transport.
Further, he told the board last
\\dek that in this economy he
wouldd like to see the work go to
a local contractor.
"'T'he \\a\y the economrn is
.today. I think we'd be jumping
way ahead of ourselves to start
no\\w' l.e\\is said, also pointing
to what he felt were competitive
bids from local companies.
"I'm going to tell you. you're
going to have one heck of a time
beating the prices these folks are
giving."
While happy with the bids,
he w\\as worried that if' the board
selected the to go with a turnkey
contract for soil, the landfill
might lay off two employees.
He said he hoped the New River
could find something for those
eifiployees to do.
Through its director, the
association has made an offer on
130 acres of land on Northeast
S.R. 121 near the Union County
line, and about three miles' away
from the landfill. The appraisal
was $350,000. New River Solid.
Waste Association is offering
$375,000 t6ocompensate for the
early cutting of sorni timber on
the site.
Thatdoesn't mean the company


writer Jay Moseley told the city
commission, although the loss of
matching funds from the county
due to changes in the SHIP
program makes it even less likely
it would receive an award.
There are other categories for
which funding could be received,
but Moseley said housing
rehabilitation is still the city's
best bet. If the Starke wants to
tryjor those funds, it first needs
to.advertise again for his or some
other company to develop and
submit, the application on its
behalf,hold public hearings, etc..
he said.
* Triple S Pluming was
award the contract for all eight
residential sewer connections
taking place under the sewer
connection program for its bid of
$18,601. Though there was some
talk of opening the program back
up for additional applications,
the commission decided against
it. It will pay for the eight
sewer connections and use the
remaining state funds ($151,399)


stay in their homes or to buy.a
first home:' Stearns said.
.This is not a seminar but real
help from local professionals-
one-on-one, personal counseling
for homeowners and first-time
homebuyers. There will be credit
counselors. lenders, realtors,
housing specialists, and other
experts to assist you.
The Gainesville workshop
'will take place Thursday. July
30, from 4-8 p.m: at Santa Fe
College Building R-01.
:If possible, visit .w\'w.house.
,gov/stearns/ online to print and


won't request a higher price.
just one factor that could thro\\ New River Baptist Church
a \\rench in the association's celebrates its 1761h homeFoming
plans. Sunday, July 19. at 11 a.m.
The site, once the landfill is with special music, exciting
through usine it as a borrow pit preaching. a'nd great fellowship.
has recreational opportunities ILunch will follow the service.
that appeal to the Il union and all are welcome. For more.
('Cont' commissioners on the information, please call 3572-
landfill board, particularly if 283-0113
the board one da\ chose to give
it to the count\. It could thenbe St. Anne's Episcopal Church
transformed into a fishing site. will host a fish dinner, prepared
UInion Couiti\ commissioner r -b\ ('hlef Bill Jacks on Saturday.
Karen ('osse\ mnoed that Ne\ ' uly 18. from 5:30-7 p.m.. in the
River pursue a land deal.a motion parish hall. The community is
that even I.ewis could support invited. Io\ove offerings will be
since the results of negotiations accepted. hr. Earl .GossetStof St.
will be brought back to thebhoard.-Augustine'wil.l visit 'i Sunday.
for final approval. July 19. for the 9 a.m. service.
At Lew\is' urging. the hoard I'he service w;illbe followed by
did decide to award work to low coffee hour in the parish hall.
bidder Ellington Construction.
which will transport soil that's" 'Full -osp 'e-fChrii cated on
ready f'r pickup in Baker S.R. 100 West near the county
Count \. line, will host The Yeomans
TIhe landfill board had already Famiily singrs 'rom Georgia
agreed to take tons of' arsenic- on Saturday. July 18, from at 7
contaminated soil from an old p.m. Refreshments w\\ill follow
golf course that is piled up near the gospel sing. For more
a Macclenny subdivision. The information, please call (904)
contamination level is not high. 964-8422 or (904) 964-6316,
and New\\ River employees plan
to store the soil on site aid use it Mt. Pisgah A.M.E. Church
as daily cover in the landfill. \'ill be selling dinners this
The soil comes at no cost and Saturday. July 18. beginning at
there is about a seven-month noon.
supply. Ellingtlon's contract to
-haul the fill dirt will cost the Greater Alien Chapel A.M.E.
board $2.57 a ton. Church will celebrate Filmil'
If Ellington can't fulfill and Friends D)ua Sunday.Jul\
the contract as bid, staff was 19. at II a.m. and 4 p.m. with
instructed to pursue the next guiestlspeaker the Rev. Andra
lowest bids submitted. Wright Ilrom Trinit. A.M.E.Z.


in the morning and the Re\. (arl
Smith of Greater Bethel A.M.E.
Church in the afternoon.


to reduce the amount of the loan
that is paying for improvements True Vine Otreach M str
at the sewer processing plant. , wil host a gospel music bencli
. for Givendolvin "l i son
� The, citv commission rGendon -ee sn
* he,, cit commission featuring The. Mark Sisters,.
couldn't come to. an agreement
on a firm time frame for how..
long an outstanding lien will he
allowed to stand on a property incestigafe which of property
against which code enforcement with liens against: them wt
action has taken place before homesteads and which w\
the city moves to collect on not so the commission can ta
that lien itlhro iu h f rcclhsurc. future i.i... ...
Commiissioners did expires * Gil\en ihe cln's electi
interest in taking action on the and potential runoff election
oldest cases on the books, some of the -fi'rst and: thi.rJd Teisdays
which date back to 2006 with the September. the city commiissi
understanding that foreclosure has moved its cegui.schedul
action would not be taken meetings to.the secondhand foul
against those properties that are l'uesdays. iSept. 8 and 22. at
classified as homesteads. p.m. The city's public hearir
There could also be some on the 2009-10 budget will al
properties that because take place on those nights.
of environmental .or other * A workshop on changes
circumstances would be a the sign ordinance has been
liability for the city to obtain, so for Monday. July 27. at 6. pm.
the city 'will exercise-discretionh
before trying to foreclose on
those properties as well. Sugar and spice and
Tect.lr v ase t ioLugar and spice and
Tlhe city clerk w\as. asked to !everything nice; that's what
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Sand ribbons for hair bows,
complete documents prior to the Ip that's what Hayley is made
workshop. including a creditor R of. Tea parties, laces and
list and-personal expense report. babydollfaces; that'swhat
This will help expedite the - Hayleypy h Birtda
information gathering process I Love you! 5 XXO's
st'..fhat you have more time to i: Le you Mommy
discuss your needs one-on-one i o
with the professionals. '
You can also RSVP for the
workshop at the same Web site. 2
or call toll-free Click (800) 888-
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The Voices of ('alar\. St.
Paul Baptist church h ('hoir aAd
more. The benefit \\ ill take
place Salurda\. July 25 at 7 p.m.
Admission is free and a lo\e
offering will be collected. For
more information. please'contact
(iomes at (386) 758-1886.
Summer Heat services \\ill take
place July 16-17 at 7:30 p.m.
nightly. Bishop Derek Triplett
and the Hope Fellowship church h
Family of DaItona Beach will
be the special guests.

Our Lady of Sorrows Chapelc
will have Bishop Jloseph
Santay offering the Traditional
Roman ('atholic Mass of the
Congregation of St. Pius V
on Jul\ 26 at 9 a.m. ul 838 N;
T. temple Ave. in Starke. For more
information, please call (904)
964-4444 Mondau-Frida\.

Sampson City Baptist Church
\\ill hold revival Jul\ 26-29.
Services \\ill be at 10:30 a.m.
and 6 p.m. on Sunida and at
7 p.m. on weeknights . guestss
\\ill include E\angelist J ames
('roffl (Sunday and M6ndaL).and
Pastor Rodne\ Baker ('Iuesda\
and Wednesdau) and singin
group lericho Road (Sundayij.

Community Church of
Keystone Heights' vacation
Bible school will he July 27-31
from 9 a.m. until noon for ages 3
through si\th grade. For further
information. contact (a\ Wasi k
at \\asik_ g mrnsn.com.

Gadara Baptist Church is
holding a .missions conference
.ully 19-22. Sunday programs
begin at II a.m. and 6 p.m.
Weeknight programs begin
at 7 p.m. A pre-ser\ ice meal
and childcare are pro\ ided.


Bowl for vets

memorial
' T he nnl-nprot'-il-' l.i lrrrp .n
\ .* .'r.,n,. 1 .6' tr.'f': , 1 ii r 1','d n r't-'' '
holding a bo\\ling lundraiser at
Allc\ (iators in' (iainesville on
S4turda.. .Iul\ IX. beginning at
noon.
Entr\ fee is $12 and includes
the cost of shoe rental and
o\\ ling.


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The church is looted at 6779
('.R. 315('. north of Key:stone
Heights.

Fresh Start Fellowship is
holding a yard sale, rain or shine.
on Friday and Saturday, July 17
and 18. Friday hours are 9 a.m.-
4 p.m.: Saturday. 9 a.m.-I p.m.
Saturday\ is $1 a hag da\.

Community Church of
Keystone' Heights \ ill host
hack-to-school shoppi ng I or
I.ake Area Ministries clients.
Applications can he suhmittcd
throtigh the I.AM office. (;cntl\
used clothing is needed. Drop off
donations at the church 345 S.E.
Palmetto A\e., behind Keystone
Ace Hard\\are. before Aug. 5.

The 8th Annual Gospel Fest
sponsored H\ We Soar Inc.
\vill take place at Williston
Flementar\ School Satlurt'da\
AugL: . from. ln a .m.-5 p.m.
The free music festival \\ill
features does of'acts including
soloists, choirs. groups and
dancers. There \\ ill also he food.
clothing, arts and crafts \ endorse.
A kick-off event is, planned for
Sunday. Jul\ 26. at 6:30 p.m. at
Snit'\ lemple of Delie\rance in
Williston. 'Fr more information.
please call (352) 528-2170 or
(352) 246-1189.

E-mail the details of your
C' 1 rr.u ,t/ ulio/n'. lupcoming .
.xec'ia/ l 'events to editor@
bctelegr ph.comr. DEADLINE
IS MONDAY AT 5 P.M.


The snack bar and lounge will
be open ior players as well.
A LifeSouth blood drive will
� ." c^ide \i hg, ct fr p n. >r..,lI
7ATw-rl iP.JTni 1noinoiq ol m!a-
ea-tmiti�\ (Giwiims1ti st^abated'a^(?;f60
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 placed
in Santa Fe Cemetery.



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. Petitioner will apply to The Honorable
S AE Phyllis M. Rosier, one of the judges of
j LEGA LS this Court, on the 17'" day of August,
2009. at 11:20 a.m., in the Bradford
. -County Courthouse, Room 243,
Starke. Florida, for an Order of Taking
in this cause All defendants to this
suit may request a hearing at the time
RADFORD and place designated and be heard
:BR D F D Any defendant failing to file a request
for hearing shall waive any right to
PUBLIC HEARING object to the Order of Taking
The School Boardof Bradford County AND
Florida, will hold a public. hearing at Each defendant is hereby required
the July 27. 2009, Board Meeting, to serve written defenses, if any, and
6:30 p.m., in the Board Room at 501 request a hearing, if desired, to said
West Washington Street....Starke, Petition on:
FL 32091, to obtain public -input RALPH P MAXON. ESOUIRE
on proposed amendments 'to the Eminent Domain Department
Student Progression Plan. Department of Transportation
7/09 3tchg'7/23-BCT 1109 South Marion Avenue
Lake City, Florida 32025-5874
DEPARTMENT OF (386) 758-3727
COMMUNITY AFFAIRS on or before the 10'" day of August,
NOTICE OF INTENT TO FIND 2009, and file the originals with the
CITY OF STARKE Clerk of this Court on that date, to
COMPREHENSIVE show cause what right, title, interest,
PLAN AMENDMENT IN. or lien you or any of you have in
COMPLIANCE a.nd to the property described in the
DOCKET NO. 09-1-NOI-0405- Petition and to show cause, if any
(A).(I) you have, why the property should
The Department gives notice of not be condemned for the uses and
its intent to find the Amendment to purposes set -forth in the Petition.
the Comprehensive Plan for.City of If you fail to answer, a default may
Starke, adopted by Ordiia~nie .No. -be entered against you for the relief
2008-0578 and 2008-0579 on May demanded in the Petition. If you fail
5, 2009, IN COMPLIANCE, pursuant to request a hearing on the Petition
to Sections 163.3184, 163:3187.and for Order of Taking, you shall waive
163.3189, F.S.. any right to object to said Order of
The adopted City of.* .Starke Taking.
Comprehensive Plan Anmeodment WITNESS MY HAND AND SEAL
and the, Departmentfs Objections, of this Court on the 2"1 day of July,
Recommendations and -Gomments 2009.
Report, (if any), are available for RAY NORMAN
public inspection Monday- through CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
Friday, except for. legal: holidays,: BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA
during normal business -hours, at By: Rachel Reed
the City of Starke, Clerks Office, Deputy Clerk
209 North Thompson Street, Starke, 7/16 ltchg-BCT
Florida 32091.
Any affected .person; as -tdefined in '.. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, EIGHTH
Section 163.3184, F.S., has a right to ' JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
petition for an administrative hearing BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA
to challenge the proposed agency CASE NO.: 04-2009-CA-398
determination that :the. Amendment STATE OF FLORIDA
to the City of Starke Comprehensive DEPARTMENT OF
Plan is In Compliance, as defined in .TRANSPORTATION,
Subsection 163.3184(1), RS.. The Petitioner,
petition must be filed Withi. twenty-' vs.
one (21) days after publication.oI.this. SHIRLEY NEILL ANDREWS as.
notice, and must include all of the , Trustee of the Living Trust of Shirley
information and contents described in Neill Andrews Trust Agreement dated
Uniform Rule 28-106.201, RA,C. The December 8, 1983; and ISLAND
petition must be filed with the Agency .FOOD STORES, LTD., a Florida
Clerk, Department of Community Limited Partnership; and TEILA N.
Affairs, 2555 Shumard Oak Boulevard, PEARSON, C.F.C., Bradford County
Tallahassee, Florida32399-2100, and Tax Collector,
a copy mailed or delivered to the local Defendants.
government. Failure to timely file a NOTICE TO SHOW CAUSE
petition shall constitute a waiver of AND. NOTICE OF SUIT
any right to request an administrative STATE OF FLORIDA TO:
proceeding as a petitioner under To all said defendants who are
Sections 120.569 and ,120.57, F.S. living, and if any or all defendants
If a petition is filed, the purpose of are deceased, the unknown spouse,
the administrative hearing will be to heirs, devisees, grantees, creditors,
present evidence and testimony and lienors, or other parties claiming by,
forward a recommended.ordertoathe through, under or against any such
Department. If no petition is filed; this deceased defendant or defendants,
Notice of Intent shall become final if alive, and, if dead, their unknown
agency action. spouse, heirs, devisees, legatees,
If a petition is filed, other- affected grantees, creditors, lienors, or other
persons may petition for leave to parties claiming by, through, under, or
intervene in the proceeding. A petition against any such deceased defendant
for intervention.must be filed at least or defendants, and all other parties
twenty (20) days before .the. final having or claiming to have any right,
hearing and must include all of the title or interest in and to the property
information and contents described. described in the Petition, to-wit:
in Uniform Rule 28-106.205; F.A.C. A Item #2080013
petition for leave to intervene shall be Parcels 703/803
filed at the Division of Administrative SR 200 (US 301)-BRADFORD
Hearings, DepartmentofManaggmient COUNTY
Services, 1230 Apalachee Parkway, PARCEL 700/800
Tallahassee, Florida 32399-3060. SHIRLEY; NEiLL '-ANDREWS' as
Failure to petition to intervene within Trustee of the Living.Trust of ShirJey
the allowed, time :frarhe constitutes Neill'Adre6s'Truit Agr6ement dated
a waiver of any right such a person December 8, 1983
has to request a hearing. under Shirley Neill Andrews, as Trustee
Sections 120.569 and 120.57, F.S,, 917 West Madison Street
or to participate in the administrative Starke, Florida 32091
hearing. ISLAND FOOD STORES, LTD., a
After an administrative . hearing Florida Limited Partnership
petition is timely filed, mediation, is Island Food Stores of Florida, Inc., as
available pursuant to Sub-section Registered Agent
163.3189(3)(a), F.S., to any.affected 4315.Pablo Oaks Court, #2
person who is made a party to the Jacksonville, Florida 32224
proceeding by filing that request with ALL PARCELS
the administrative law judge assigned TEILA N. PEARSON, C.F.C.
by the Division of -Administrative Bradford County Tax Collector
Hearings. The choice of mediation 945 North Temple Ave., Suite B
shall not affect a party's right to an Starke, Florida 32091
administrative hearing. - You are hereby notified that the
Mike McDaniel,,Chief Petitioner filed its Petition and its
Office of Comprehensive Planning Declaration of Taking in this Court
Department of Community Affairs against you as defendants, seeking
2555 Shumard Oak Boulevard to condemn by eminent domain
Tallahassee, Florida 32399-2100 proceedings the above described
7/161tchg-BCT property, located in-the State of
Fl - ri Count, of Bradrfnrr(


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, EIGHTH.
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND' FOR
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 04-2009-CA-369
STATE OF FLORIDA
DEPARTMENT OF
TRANSPORTATION, .-:- : :
Petitioner,
vs.
THOMAS R. ANDREWS; REGENCY
REALTY GROUP, INC., a Florida
Corporation; HOLIDAY CVS L.L.C.,
a Florida Limited Liability Company;
and TEILA N. PEARSON, C.F.C :
Bradford County Tax Collectbr,
Defendants:
NOTICE TO SHOW CAUSE
AND NOTICE OF SUIT
STATE OF FLORIDA TO:
To all said defendants who are
living, and if any or all defendants
are deceased, the unknown spouse,
heirs, devisees, grantees, .creditors,
lienors, or other parties claiming by,
through, under or against any such
deceased defendant or defendants,
if alive, and, if dead, their, unknown
spouse, heirs, devisees, legatees,
grantees, creditors, lienors, or other
parties claiming by, through, under, or
against any such deceased defendant
or defendants, and all.other parties
having or claiming to have any right,
title or interest in and to the property
described in the Petition, to-wit:
Item #2080013
Parcels 703/803
SR 200 (US 301)-BRADFORD
COUNTY
PARCEL 702/802
THOMAS R. ANDREWS
93 South Roscoe Boulevard
Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla. 32082
REGENCY REALTY GROUP, INC.. a
Florida,Corporation
SF & L Corp., as Registered Agent
One Independent Dr., Suite:13.00
Jacksonville, Florida 32202
HOLIDAY CVS, L.L.C., a Florida
Limited Liability Company'.
C T Corporation System, as
Registered Agent
1200 South Pine Island.Road
Plantation, Florida 33324 ,
ALL PARCELS . .
TEILA N. PEARSON, C.F.C..
Bradford County Tax Collector
945 North Temple Ave.; Suite B
Starke, Florida 32091 .
You are hereby notified that the
Petitioner filed its Petition and its
Declaration of Taking in this Court
against you as defendants, seeking
to condemn by eminentn. domain.
proceedings the above described
property located in the State of
Florida, County of Bradford.
You are further notified that the


You are further notified that the
Petitioner will apply to The Honorable
Phyllis M. Rosier, one of the judges of
this Court, on the 17'" day of August,
2009, at 11:40 a.m., in the Bradford
County Courthouse, Room 243,
Starke. Florida, for an Order.of Taking
in Ins cause. All defendants to this
suit may request a hearing at the time
and place designated and be heard.
Any defendant failing to file a request
for hearing shall waive any right to
object to the Order of Taking.
AND
Each defendant is hereby required
to serve written defenses, if any, and
. request a hearing, if desired, to said
Petition on:
RALPH P. MAXON, ESQUIRE
Eminent Domain Department
Department of Transportation
1109 South Marion Avenue
Lake City, Florida 32025-5874
(386) 758-3727
on or before the 10'" day of August,
2009, and file the originals with the
Clerk of this Court on that date, to
show cause what right, title, interest.
or lien you or any of you have in
and to the property described in the
Petition and to show cause, if any
you have, why the property should
not be condemned for the uses and
purposes set forth in the Petition.
If you fail to answer, a default may
be entered against you for the relief
demanded in the Petition. If you fail
to request a hearing on the Petition
for Order of Taking, you shall waive
any right to object to said Order of
Taking.
WITNESS MY HAND AND SEAL
of this Court on the 2"' day of July.
2009.
RAY NORMAN
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA
By: Rachel Reed
Deputy Clerk
7/16 ltchg-BCT
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. EIGHTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR
BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 04-2009-CA-368
STATE OF FLORIDA
DEPARTMENT OF
TRANSPORTATION.
Petitioner,
vs.
GREENHOUSE, LLC, a New York
Limited Liability Company d/b/a
GREENHOUSE STARKE, LLC. a
Foreign Limited Liability Company.
WALGREEN COMPANY, an
Illinois Corporation; UNIVERSAL
ENGINEERING SCIENCES, INC.,
a Florida Corporation: and TEILA N


PEARSON, C.FC., Bradford County
Tax Collector,
Defendants.
NOTICE TO SHOW CAUSE
AND NOTICE OF SUIT
STATE OF FLORIDA TO
To all said defendants who are
living, and if any or all defendants
are deceased, the unknown spouse,
heirs, devisees, grantees, creditors,
lienors, or other parties claiming by,
through, under or against any such
deceased defendant or. defendants,
if alive, and. if dead, their unknown
spouse, heirs, devisees, legatees,
grantees, creditors, lienors, or other
parties claiming by, through, under, dr
against any such deceased defendant
or defendants, and all other parties
having or claiming to have any right.
title or interest in and to the property
described in the Petition, to-wit
Item #2080013
Parcels 703/803
SR 200 (US 301)-BRADFORD
COUNTY
PARCEL 703/803
GREENHOUSE, LLC, a New York
Limited Liability Company, d/b/a
GREENHOUSE STARKE, LLC, a
Foreign Limited Liability Company
Corporation Service Company, as
Registered Agent
1201 Hays Street
Tallahassee, Florida 32301-2525
WALGREEN COMPANY, an Illinois
Corporation
Prentice-Hall Corporation System,
Inc., as Registered Agent
1201 Hays Street, Suite 105
Tallahassee, Florida 32301
UNIVERSAL ENGINEERING
SCIENCES, INC., a Florida
Corporation
Seymour D. Israel, as Registered
Agent
3532 Maggie Boulevard
Orlando, Florida 32811
ALL PARCELS
TEILA N. PEARSON, C.FC.
Bradford County Tax Collector
945 North Temple Ave., Suite B
Starke, Florida 32091
You are. hereby notified that the
Petitiuner filed its Petition and its
Declaration of Taking in this Court
against you as defendants, seeking
to condemn by eminent domain
proceedings the above described
property located in the State of
Florida, County of Bradford.
You are further notified that the
Petitioner will apply to The Honorable
Phyllis M. Rosier, one of the judges of
this Cop)rt, on the 17th day of August,
2009, at 11:00 a.m.; in the Bradford
County Courthouse, Room 243,
Starke, Florida, for an Order of Taking
in this cause. All defendants to this
suit may request a hearing at.the time
and place designated and be heard.
Any defendant failing to file a request
for hearing shall waive any right to
object to the Order of Taking.
AND
Each defendant is hereby required
to serve written defenses, if any, and
request a hearing if desired, to said'
Petition on:
RALP.H P. MAXON, ESQUIRE
Eminent Domain Department
Department of Transportation
1109 South Marion Avenue
Lake City, Florida 32025-5874
(386) 758-3727
on or before the 10'" day of August.
2009, and file the originals with the
Clerk of this Court on that date, to
show cause what right, title, interest,
or lien you or any of you have in
and to the property described in the
Petition and to show cause, if any
you have, why the ,rnperty should
not be condemned fc. 'ti.-, ui ; and
punjbe'ses setJtfrtt1vrih the/ Petition.
If you fail to answer, a default may
be entered against you for the relief
demanded in the Petition. If you fail
to request a hearing on the Petition
for Order of Taking, you shall waive
any right to object to said Order of.
Taking.
WITNESS MY HAND AND SEAL
of this Court on the 2"� day of July,
2009.
RAY NORMAN
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA
By: Rachel Reed
Deputy Clerk
7/16 ltchg-BCT
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
CASE NO: 04-2009-CP-0057
IN RE: ESTATE OF
SABRINA DIANNE UNDERWOOD,


Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the Estate of
SABRINA DIANNE UNDERWOOD,
deceased, File Nu ber 04-2009-CP-
0057, is pending in the Circuit Court
for Bradford County, Florida Probate
Division, the address of which is
945 N. Temple Avenue. Starke. FL
32091-2110 The name and'address
of the personal representative
and the attorney for the personal
representative are set forth below.
All creditors of the Decedent and
other persons having claims or
demands against Decedent's estate,
including unmatured, contingent, or
unliquidated claims, on whom a copy
of this notice is served must file their
claims with this Court WITHIN THE
LATER OF THREE (3) MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE
OR THIRTY (30) DAYS AFTER THE
DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF
THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the Decedent
and other persons having claims or
demands against the Decedent's
estate, including unmatured,
contingent or unliquidated claims,
must file their claims with this Court
WITHIN THREE (3) MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED.
The date of the first publication of this
Notice is July 16, 2009.
Attorney for Personal Representative
DAWN M. VALLEJOS-NICHOLS,
Esq.
AVERA& SMITH, LLP
Florida Bar No. 0009891
2814 S.W. 13" Street
Gainesville, FL 32608
(352) 372-9999/Fax 375-2526
Personal Representative:
JOHN UNDERWOOD
PO. Box 278
Hampton, FL 32044
7/16 2tchg 7/23-BCT
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO: 04-2009-CA-'311
GREEN TREE SERVICING, LLC,
1400 Turbine Drive, Suite 200
Rapid C;ty, SD 57703,
Plaintift,
vs
DAVID R. TUTEN, and
VIRGINIA K. TUTEN,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO. DAVID R. TUTEN and
VIRGINIA K. TUTEN,
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a civil
action has been filed against you in
the Circuit Court. County of Bradford.
State of Florida, to foreclose certain
real property described as follows
EXHIBIT "A" TOGETHER WITH
THAT CERTAIN 1999. 56X28 E 104
MOBILE HOME, SERIAL NUMBER
COO651AB
Parcel 15:
A parcel of land lying in the South- V2
of the SE '/4 of Section 25, Township
6 South, Range 22 East. Bradford
County. Florida: said parcel being
shown as Parcel 15 on a map prepared
by Patrick B. Welch & Associates,
Inc. and recorded in Misc' Map Book
1, Page 4 of the public records of
said County. also being described as
follows
Commence at a concrete monument
found at the Southeast corner of said
South 'V of SE '/ and run North 00
degrees, 24 minutes and 51 seconds
West:,-alehg' the' 'Easterly" boundary
thereof;, 134,54 feeItto.araconcriete
monument found on the Northerly
boundary of the right of way of State
Road 230;thence North 89 degrees, 44
minutes and 56 seconds West, along
said Northerly boundary, 1760:00
feet to a set iron rod: thence North 00
degrees, 24 minutes and 51 seconds
West, parallel with said Easterly
boundary, 433.95 feet to a set iron
rod for the Point of Beginning. From
Poiht of Beginning thus described run
South 89 degrees 43 minutes and
07 seconds West, parallel with the
Northerly boundary of said South V/2
of SE '/4, a distance of 259.98 feet;
thence North 00 degrees, 24 minutes
and 51 seconds West, parallel with
said Easterly boundary, 420.00 feet;
thence North 89 degrees, 43 minutes
ahd 07 seconds East, parallel with last
said Northerlyboundary, 259.98 feet;
thence South 00 degrees 24 minutes
and 51 seconds East, parallel with
said Easterly boundary, 420.00 feet
to the Point of Beginning.


Above described parcel being
conveyed subject to and with a right
of ingress and egress over all roads
shown on aforesaid survey prepared
by Patrick B Welch and Associates,
Inc on January 17, 1990 under Job
No. 01-90009, said survey being
attached and shrwn as Schedule
"A"
You are required to file a written
response with the Court and serve
a copy of your written defenses, if
any, to it on Timothy D. Padgett,
Plaintiff's attorney, whose address
is 2878 Remington Green Circle,
Tallahassee, Florida 32308, at least
thirty (30) days from the date of first
publication, August 20, 2009, and file
the original with the clerk of this court
either before service on Plaintiff's
attorney or immediately thereafter;
otherwise, a default will be entered
against you for the relief demanded in
the complaint.
Dated this 7"' day of July, 2009.
RAY NORMAN
CLERK OF COURT
By: Lisa Brannon
Deputy Clerk
Attorney for Plaintiff:
Timothy D. Padgett, Esq.
Timothy D. Padgett, P.A.
2878 Remington Green Circle
Tallahassee, FL 32308
(850) 422-2520 (phone)
(850) 422-2567 (fax)
7/16 2tchg 7/23-BCT

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
8"' JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO: 2009-CA-166
HSBC Bank USA, National
Association, as Indenture Trustee
for the registered Noteholders of
Renaissance Home Equity Loan
Trust 2006-4,
Plaintiff,
vs.
Estate of Sadie DeSue. Unknown
spouse, heirs, survivors, or persons
claiming by, through or under Sadie
DeSue. deceased, Annette Jackson,
as heir to Sadie DeSue. Tommy
DeSue,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: UNKNOWN PARTIES claiming
by, through, under or against Sadie
DeSue, deceased, whether said
UNKNOWN PARTIES claim as
spouses, heirs, devisees, grantees,
assignees, creditors, trustees, or
other claimants.
If living: if dead. all unknown parties
claiming interest by, through.
under or against the above named
defendantss, whether said unknown
parties claim as heirs, devisees,
grantees, creditors, orotherclaimants;
and all parties having or claiming to
have any right, title or interest in the
property herein described
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to
foreclose a mortgage on the following
described property in Bradford
County, Florida
THE SOUTH 6 30 FEET OF LOT 4.
BLOCK 22 TOGETHER WITH THE
NORTH 33.70 FEET OF LOT 3,
BLOCK 21. OF LIVINGsTON TRUBY
AND COMPANY'S SUBDIVISION IN
THE CITY OF STARKE PER -PLAT
RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 1, PAGE
41 OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA.
Street Address 910 Pine Street.
Starke. FL 32091
has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy
of your written defenses, if any, to
it on Steven. J , Clarfield. Plaintiff's
A,I'r,.,, :- - ,:, E l- , ,r . i ._1+ , : _ .. A,-,Iu r
Palm Beach, FL 33401. within 30
days after the date of publication of
this notice, and file the original with
the Clerk of this Court. otherwise, a
default will be entered against you for
the relief demanded in the complaint
or petition.
Dated on July 8, 2009
Ray'Norman
Clerk of said Court
By. Lisa Brannon
Deputy Clerk
Law Office of Steven J.
Clarfield. PA.
Attorney for Plaintiff
500 South Australian Avenue,
Suite 730
West Palm Beach, FL 33401
Telephone:,(561) 713-1400
7/16 2tchg 7/23-BCT
LEGAL NOTICE
The Better Jobs Better Wages
Committee of FloridaWorks will hold
a meeting on Friday, July 2.4; 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
7/16 ltchg-BCT
LEGAL NOTICE
The Executive Committee of
FloridaWorks will hold a meeting
on Tuesday, July 21, at 2:00 p.m. at
FloridaWorks, 4800 SW 13th Street,
Gainesville. Contact Celia Chapman
at 352-244-5148 with questions.
7/16 1tchg-BCT
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
THE STATE OF FLORIDA IN AND
FOR BRADFORD COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO.: 04-2009-CA-24
GREEN TREE SERVICING, LLC,
f/k/a GREENPOINT CREDIT, LLC,
Plaintiff,
vs.
LEE ANN KNIGHT; THE UNKNOWN
SPOUSE OF LEE ANN KIGHT;
BILL ANDERSON; THE UNKNOWN
SPOUSE OF BILL ANDERSON;
CITIBANK (SOUTH DAKOTA),
N:A.; JOHN DOE and JANE DOE,
Unknown Tenant(s),
Defendant(s).
NOTICE OF SALE PURSUANT
TO F.S. CHAPTER 45
NOTICE IS GIVEN that pursuant to a
Final Judgment of Foreclosure, dated
July 7, 2009, in the above-styled
cause, I will sell to the highest and
best bidder for cash on the front steps
of the Bradford County Courthouse.
945 N. Temple Avenue. Starke,
Florida at 11:00 a.m. on the 7"' day of
August, 2009, the following described
real and personal property:
The South 262.38 feet of the East V2
of the NW 1/4 of the NE 'A of the NE
'A of Section 16, Township 6 South,
Range 22 East, Bradford County,
Florida, less the East 166.02 feet
thereof and less and except any part
lying in graded county road along the
Southern Boundary thereof
Together with that certain
manufactured home more specifically
described as:
2002, Fleetwood (32x52) with Serial
Number GAFL175A/B73184CD21
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.
Dated this 8". day of July, 2009
RAY,NORMAN
SClerk of Court
By: Lisa Brannon
Deputy Clerk
7/16 2tchg 7/23-BCT

LAKE REGION
NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
Personal property of the following
tenants will be sold for cash or
otherwise disposed of to satisfy rental
liens in accordance with Florida
Statutes. Self Storage Facility Act,
Sections 83 806-83.807.
Auction will be held on July 28, at
10:00 a.m. at Melrose Mini Storage,
827 N SR 21. Melrose, FL 32666
Phone (352) 475-5000 All items may
not be available
Name . Unit Desc.
Anthony Baggett 34 H'hold
7/9 2tchg 7/16-LRM

PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENT
AFFORDABLE HOUSING
. DOLLARS-AVAILABLE
Sc"'CL'Y COUNTY S.H.I.P
PROGRAM
On July 7, 1992, the Governor
of Florida signed the William E.
Sadowski Affordable Housing Act
into law. The Act is a comprehensive
funding package for state and local
affordable housing programs. Along
with these programs, this Act created
the requirements that localities adopt
a State Housing Initiatives Partnership
(SHIP) Local Housing Assistance
Plan to be eligible to receive the
available program funds. Pursuant to
this Act, Clay County has a Housing
Assistance Plan for 2007/2008,
2008/2009, and 2009/2010. Program
funds will be distributed on both a
competitive and non-competitive
basis depending on program activity
and appropriation. Listed below by
activity are Clay County's Programs.

See JUMP page 7A


SWorsh& in the ouse other Lord.


Somewhere this week!

Ther uhurehes and businesses listed below urge you to attllend the church of your choice!


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* s dk r Date of Loss Date to Apply
Pea&h Notice For Payment
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S.Jan 1-Jlly 12
2009 Sept 13 09 Jan 30 10 l
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farmers v


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provided
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vith cost


lost livestock
Ie ranchers and deaths resulting from a
k producers can disaster. Livestock owners
)plying for benefits and contract growers
the Livestock can be compensated for
iy Proq&ra (-LIP) livestock death in excess
'in the 2008 Farm of normal mortality due to
uiii"3 adverse weather, including
hurricanes, floods, blizzards,
rogiam will provide disease, wildfires extreme
; producers with a heat and extreme cold.
ety net to help them Eligible losses must have
ie the damaging occurred on or after Jan.
impact of natural 1, 2008, and before Oct. I:
s," said Debby 2011.
Florida acting state The table provides the
e director for USDA final dates to file a notice of
vice Agency. loss and/or application for
)ro\ides assistance payment for either 2008 or
icers for livestock 2009 livestock losses.


Quilters meet in Lulu
Iiteriested in learning to quilt or gathering with other
e perienced quilters? A quilting group meets on the second
and third Thursday of each month at 10 a.m. at the Lulu
CC immunity Center. Bring a brown bag lunch. For more
information. contact Sue Hansen it 13m '52- 259'
, w. -o.


Lions elect officers,


Tim Tebow jersey
up for grabs.
I1 TERES.ASTONE
IRWIN

At its first organizational
meeting in April. the newly-
formed ILake Butler lions
(lub held its officer election.
Voted to o\crsee the charter
\\ere Kim Shatto (temporary
secretary) . l)ebbie Osborne
(treas urer/cmembership chair),
Tim Ciebeig (tail twister),
Karen Sutherland (president).
Margie Coburn (\ice president)
and Kim L.ibby (lion tamer).
The club is currently holding
a fundraiser to give away an
autographed TimTe i bow\ Florida
Gators jersey. The jersey is on
display at C'ustonm Computer
Services located at 665 East
Main St. in Lake Butler. For
a $5 donation, you can enter
for your chance to win by
contacting one of the following
club officers:
Karen Sutherland-call
(386) 496-8417. or e-mail her at
karensut@ windstream net.
Debbie Osborne-call (386)
496-2236. (386) 496-1187. or
e-mail her at deborahko57@
gmail.com.
lTim Giebeig-call (386)
496-1990, or e-mail him at ccs@
\windstream.net.
Margie Coburnm-call (352)
339-2171.
Kim L.ibby--email
kimskeyx@ \\indstream.net.
The drawing will be held
Aug. 21. and you do not need
to be present to win.
Community members are
invited to join the club on the
first and third Wednesday of
each month at 12 p.m. Meetings


take place at the First United
Methodist Church fellowship
hall building, located at 345


raise funds


West Main St. in Lake Butler.
Ifyou are in need of assistance
regarding eyeglasses or help in


obtaining eye services, please
contact Club President Karen
Sutherland at (386) 496-8417.


Providence man chosen

LSS stake president


BY TED BAR13ER
Special ,tothe Tueds


The Church of Jesus .Christ
if iainer Day- Saints (LDSi has
called President Joshua Smith
of Providence it serve as stake
pre.sideit and to preside.:over-
the LDS churches in 'Union:
Bradford, B'ker. Columbia,
: Hanilioi. Lafalette and
- Suktannee-counuies.
The term "--lake" represents
the takes that held the covering


UC baseball,
softball camp
Aug. 6-9
R an Seller baseball-softball
conditioning camp will be held
Thursday . Aug. 6, through
Sunday . Aug. 9. from S a.m.-3
p.m each dad.
The camp "ill itke place at
the OJ. Phillips Recreational
Complex\ located on S.R. 121
..nd \\ill include instruction in
pitching, fielding, throwing.
bast running and hiding.
Food and drinks \%ill also be
pro ided The cost of the camp
tforF'badeball conditioning is
S70 for ages 6-7 and $120 for
:Ia'es 8-18. The cost for softball
,amp is $120 and is open to
Splayrs age; 8- IS..
S� For more information .on
s :gening up your child, contact
Sellers at 1904U 626-0309. Sign-


of the tabernacle in place in
the daSys of Moses. Today, it
represents a spiritual covering
and strength to LDS members.
Smith previously, served as
bishop of the LIS Church in
Lake Butler.
:Stritjh. :;jll ..he, assisted by
two LDS ministers, known
as counselors. President Kirk
Webster of Lake City will serve
as first counselor and President
Christopher Lowery, also of


ups will take place on Saturday.
July 25, from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. at
the recreation complex.

Golf
tournament
to benefit
UCVFD
On Friday. Oct. 9. the
Union County Volunteer Fire
Department will host a golf
tournament at the Turkey
Creek Golf and Country Club
in Alachua.
A $50 entry fee will cover a
player's green fees. cart. range
balls, tournament shirt and
lunch. Registration begins at
7 a.m., with a shotgun start at
8 a.m.
An awards ceremony will
take place during lunch at 12:30
p.m. Registration forms can


Lake City. will serve as second
counselor. Together. they form
a stake presidency. The3 are
assisted bh a council of 12 LDS
high priests.
Some years ago. Smith's
grandfather. - William O.
Copeland of Providence, also
served as a stake president
for the LDS Church in North
Florida. Smith is married to
Rachael Smith, and they have
two children. Kinley and
Mack.


be picked up at the following
locations: I CVFl) station
five in Iake Butler, the Union
Count\ Times and Mercantile
Bank. Sponsors are also
needed. For more information
about playing in the event or
being a sponsor, contact James
Redmond at (352) 494-8081 or
by e-mail at jamesredmondl@'
yahoo.corn.


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Programs at new library a


hit with kids of all ages


RB TiI i. ESA STON E
ihWIN
1;' .. ' "tt"ff Writer

I -inii t I .iit\ IPublic Iibrary
Si.11ll -.I.uICdJ iJ38 people at the
\e'l Ini ,I lildren's summer
p,'r.. i11I Hiel, at the new lihrarl
hiiil.lin' hliildren and their
p.iri'nii i. , l. the opportunity


to show their artistic side using
sidewalk chalk and creating
stamp art projects.
In addition. Raiford author
Ionna Harris \was there to
autograph copies of her hook.
"Gilligan's Travels: The Back
Yard."
SRonald Mclonald stopped
hv the library on July 13 to


I was not the lion, but it fell to me to give
the lion's roar.
WINSTON CHURCHILL
1874-1965, British Statesman, Prime Minister


visit with children. read hooks
and perform a little magic. He
also ga\e the children coupons.
courtesy of McDolnald's in
Starke.
The net\ sclhedulcd summer
children's program. 1-"air\tale
Theater: The 'Iickle )ctopus.
will take place tlda\.T'huursda\.
jul\ 16. at I0 a.m.


I never worry about action, but only
inaction.
WINSTON CHURCHILL
1874-1965, British Staresman, Prime Minister


JU M P Deputy Clerk
JU P 6/25 4tpd 7/16-UCT
Continued from Page 5A


Eligible participants must qualify
under ' the income requirements
as listed for each program: Very-
tow (50% of Median), Low (80%
of Median), or Moderate (120% of
Median). For 'further information,
contact the Clay County SHIP office
at 278-4700 or 529-4700. The Clay
County SHIP office is located at 2471
State Road 16 West, Green Cove
Springs, Florida. Please call the SHIP
office for instructions for submitting
applications. No applications will be
mailed or faxed. Office hours are 8:00
a.m. to 4:30 p.m. . ......
.$350,000 FISCAL VEAR 2008,2009
NO FUNDS WILL" BE ALLOCATED.
FOR THIS PROGRAM' UNTIL
AUGUST 17, 2009.
FLORIDA HOMEBUYERS
OPPORTUNITY PROGRAM:
Qualified homebuyers can purchase
a new or existing home with a 1%
down payment. A maximum of $8,000
is available for assistance with
closing cost and/or down payment
assistance. Existing or new homes
cannot exceed $247,500.00- in cost.
The SHIP loan will be a repayable
loan with no interest and is expected
to be repaid when the homebuyer
receives their federal tax refund.
Program funding is based on the
availability of funds from the Florida
Housing Trust Fund. This program is
for applicants in the very-low, low or
moderate category. Applications will
be taken from August 17, 2009 until
all funds have been exhausted.
SHIP FUNDS MAY NOT BE USED-
TO PURCHASE, REHABILITATE OR
REPAIR MOBILE HOMES.
Clay County,- its officers, staff, and
agents disclose' that it is unlawful to
discriminate on the basis of race,
creed, color, age, sex, familial status,
marital status, national origin or
handicap.
Fritz Behring, County Manager
Barbara L. Taylor, SHIP Coordinator
7/16 ltchg-LRM


UNION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR UNION COUNTY,
FLORIDA
� -CASE NO: 63-2009-DR-73
RAE DUPREE, -...
etitioner,
nd
UNKNOWN,
despondent.
AMENDED NOTICE OF
ACTION FOR PETITION FOR
TEMPORARY CUSTODY
BY AN EXTENDED FAMILY
MEMBER
To: Unknown father of Valerie Nicole
Supreme, whose address is unknown.
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action
.as been filed against you and that
ou are required to serve a copy of
�our written defenses, if any, to it on
lae Dupree whose address is 9287
SW 148'" Place, Lake Butler, FL
22054 on or before July 20"' and file
the original with the clerk of this Court
1t 55 W. Main Street, Room 103, Lake
Butler. FL 32054 before service on
etitioner or immediately thereafter.
you fail to do so, a default may
e entered against you for the relief
demanded in the petition.
Copies of all court documents in this
jase, including orders, are available at
fhe Clerk of the Circuit Court's office.
You may review these documents
ipon request.
ou must keep the Clerk of the Circuit
court's office notified of your current
address. (You may file Notice of
current Address, Florida Supreme
;ourt Approved Family Law Form
2.915.) Future papers in this lawsuit
ill be mailed to the address on
cord at the clerk's office.
WARNING: Rule 12.285. Florida
Family Law Rules of Procedure,
requires certain automatic disclosure
4f documents and information. Failure
comply can result in sanctions.
including dismissal or striking of
pleadings.
Dated June 22, 2009.
ii Regina Parrish
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: Sondra Thomas


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA,
CIVIL DIVISION
-CASE NO. 63-2008-CA-000096
LASALLE BANK, N.A. AS TRUSTEE
FOR THE MLMI TRUST SERIES
2007-SDI,
Plaintiff,
Vs.
MICHAEL SHANE WORTEN, et al,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF SALE
PURSUANT TO CHAPTER 45
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to an Order or Summary
Judgment of foreclosuree dated, July
1 2009 aid l -nered in Case No.
63.2?009i9.C .,,',.'096>Y'>XXXX' of the
Circuit Court in and for Union County.
Florida, wherein LaSalle Bank, N.A.
as Trustee for the MLMI Trust Series
2007-SDI is Plaintiff and MICHAEL
SHANE. WORTEN; GINA R:
WORTEN; UNKNOWN TENANT NO.
1; UNKNOWN TENANT NO. 2; and
ALL UNKNOWN PARTIES CLAIMING
INTERESTS BY, THROUGH,
UNDER OR AGAINST A NAMED
DEFENDANT TO THIS ACTION, OR
HAVING OR CLAIMING TO HAVE
ANY RIGHT, TITLE OR INTEREST
IN THE PROPERTY HEREIN
DESCRIBED, are Defendants, I will
sell to the highest and best bidder for
cash on the Front Steps of the Union
County Courthouse, 55 West Main
Street, Lake Butler, FL 32054 at Union
County, Florida, at 11:00 a.m. on the
301 day of July, 2009, the following
described property as set forth in said
Order or Final Judgment, to-wit:
BEGINNING AT AN IRON SET AT
THE SW CORNER OF'PROPERTY
DEEDED BY PEARL THOMAS TO
MAURICE M. AND ANGELINE P.
BRANNEN (DEED BOOK 24, PAGE
142), SAID POINT BEING ON THE
NORTH RIGHT OF WAY LINE OF
STATE ROAD 121 IN SE 1//4 OF NW
'/4 OF SECTION 22, TOWNSHIP 5
SOUTH, RANGE 20 EAST, THENCE
RUN NORTH 1 DEG 02'30" E-209.83
FEET TO AN IRON, THENCE N 77.
DEG W 210 FEET, THENCE SOUTH
5 DEG W 210 FEET TO NORTH
RIGHT OF WAY LINE OF STATE
ROAD 121, THENCE S 77 DEG, E
ALONG RIGHT OF WAY 235 FEET
TO POINT OF BEGINNING, UNION
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN
INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM
THE SALE, IF ANY, OTHER THAN
THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF
THE DATE OF THE LIS PENDENS
MUST .FILE A CLAIM WITHIN 60
DAYS AFTER TH.E SALE.
DATED at Lake Butler, Florida, on
July 2, 2009.
Regina H. Parrish
As Clerk, Circuit Court
By: Crystal Norman
As Deputy Clerk
7/09 2tchg 7/16-UCT
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, IN AND
FOR UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO: 06-136-CA
BANK OF NEW YORK AS TRUSTEE
FOR THE NOTEHOLDERS CWABS
II, INC. LFT 2005-04,
Plaintiff,
vs.
CARLESE L. KIMBLE: UNION
COUNTY, A POLITICAL
SUBDIVISION OF THE STATE OF-
FLORIDA; CITY OF LAKE BUTLER.
A MUNICIPAL CORPORATION
OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
PREMIUM ASSET RECOVERY
CORPORATION; HUDSON &
KEYSE, LLC., AS ASSIGNEE OF
PROVIDIAN, and any unknown
heirs, devisees, grantees. creditors.
and other unknown persons or
unknown spouses claiming by.
through and under any of the above-
named Defendants.
Defendants
AMENDED NOTICE OF
FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE is hereby given that the
undersigned Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Union County, Florida. will on'the
30"' day of July, 2009. at 11:00 a m in
the Front Lobby at the Union County
Courthouse. Lake Butler. Florida.
at 11:00 a.m offer for sale and sell
at public outcry to the highest and
best bidder for cash' the following-
described property situate in Union


County, Florida:
Parcel "A"
The East 218.00 feet to the North
100.00 feet of Lot 4, "ODOM'S
ADDITION" according to the Plat
thereof recorded in Plat Book 1, Page
8, Public Records of Union County,
Florida;
Subject to a 20.00 foot easement for
ingress, egress and public utilities
over, across and along the North
20.00 feet thereof,
Parcel "B"
The North 100:00 feet of. Lot 4,
less the East 218.00 feet thereof,
"ODOM'S ADDITION", according to
the Plat thereof recorded in Plat Book
1, Page 8, Public Records of Union
County, Florida.
ST.:gether with the North 100.00 feet
Sc in.e East 30.00 feet of thai .:-ri ,;n
'".6 00 lo,:.l p'tsk4l 10clacer, l.:, r. ,,r,,
Ws .:f .sad i onr, 1r,0 0 leet of Lot
4, according to, and being depicted
on, said Plat of ODOM ADDITION;
Together with a 20.00 foot easement
for ingress, egress, and public utilities,
over, across and along the North
20.00 feet of said East 218.00 feet of
Lot 4, "ODOM'S ADDITION."
pursuant to the Amended Final
Judgment entered in a case pending
in said Court, the style of which is
indicated above.
Any person or entity claiming an
interest in the surplus, if any, resulting
from the foreclosure sale, other than
the property owner as of the date of
the Lis Pendens, must file a claim on
same with the Clerk of Court within 60
days after the foreclosure sale.
WITNESS my hand and official seal
of said County this 7th day of July,
2009.
In accordance with the Americans
with Disabilities Act, persons with
disabilities needing a special
accommodation to participate in this
proceeding should contact Court
Administration at'the Union County
Courthouse, Lake Butler, Florida
32054, Telephone (386) 496-3771,
not later than seven (7) days prior to
the proceeding. If hearing impaired,
(TDD) 1-800-955-8771, or Voice (V)
1-800-955-8770, via Florida Relay
Service.
Regina H. Parrish
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: Crystal Norman
Deputy Clerk
Attonrey for Plaintiff:
Frank Albert Reder
Butler & Hosch, P.A.
3185 S. Conway Rd., Ste. E
Orlando, Florida 32812
(407) 381-5200
7/09 2tchg 7/16-UCT
TOWN OF WORTHINGTON
SPRINGS REQUESTS
FOR STATEMENTS


OF QUALIFICATIONS
CONTINUING PROFESSIONAL
ENGINEERING SERVICES
The Town of Worthington Springs
request Statemunt of Qualifications
(SOQ) from interested firms or
individuals to provide professional
services and/or related engineering
services to the City on a continuing
basis. Services to be provided may
include, but not necessarily limited
to, civil engineering, related services
and studies, permitting, , public
administration assistance as needed
for various projects, assistance with
identifying and securing funding
sources, construction contract
administration and technical services
during construction.
Proposals should at.least Wiclude the
following ,
* Letter'of Interest '
*Experience. Qualifications and
Ability of firm or individual and any
proposed sub-consultants, through


inclusion of Standard Form 330
* Qualifications and experience of.
project management and program
staff relevant to project understanding
and approach
* Experie're with regulatory agencies
(FDEP, EPA, FDCA, SRWMD. etc.)
* Experience in serving small
community engineering and related.
service needs
* Knowledge of local conditions and
needs of the Town �
* Other significant and/or unique
capabilities of the firm or individual
to provide support for ongoing and/or
new Town projects
Evaluation and selection of firm(s) or
individuals) shall be in accordance
with the Consultants Competitive
Negotiation Act (CCNA) pursuant to
Chapter 287 005, Florida St.atu.es.
The Town reserves the right to select
firm(s) or individuals) solely on the
content of the SOO. or alternatively
shortlist firms or individuals to make


oral presentation to the Town for final
selection.
Proposals will be accepted by the
Town before 4:00 EST on Wednesday,
July 29, 2009. Each proposal should
also include proof of at least $1.
million professional liability insurance,
a listing of at least six related client
references, and location of corporate
arid branch offices. Mail or deliver
seven (7) copies of proposals clearly
marked "ENGINEERING SERVICES"
to Town of Worthington Springs,
P.O. Box 150, 11933. SW 36" Dr.,
Worthington Springs, Florida 32697.
Fax or e-mail .propQoalwill not
be considered. Please contact Pat
Harrell, Town Clerk at 386-496-1006
on Wednesday. 352-316-6776 or via
email at. patriciaharrell@windstream.
net.for.fprther in.fo,rraton.. . ...i
7/16 ltchg-UCT


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Where's all the water coming from?


BY JAMES WILLIAMS
Monitor Editor
Early this year. Alligator
(reek was overgrown with
\\ccds and brush, and it was
hone dr\ until two things
happened.
According to Dav'id Wright.
cnmironmental officer at the
F.I. Dul'ont plant on Camp
Landing .property near Starke.
around the first of April the
company\ began to periodically
release water from its operations
plant into a ditch. That ditch
directs water that shows into
lakes, ditches and pipes, across
Camp Blanding property until
it hits Alligator Creek and runs
into Lake Brooklyn.
Wright said last Monday
that the company has released
about 60 million gallons this
year, about the same amount
it released last year when the
creek was dry, despite DuPont's
water. The creek had been dry
for sc long in fact, the St. Johns
River Water Management
District turned "off the flow
meter measuring water running
under Immokalee Road.
The second thing that
happened is that, over the last
four months especially, it began
to rain.
The St. Johns River. Water
Management District Web
site states that in May 2009
alone, it rained 10 to 25 inches
in different parts of the Lake
Region. That's 5 to 15 inches
above average for May.
From June 2008 until the end
of May 2009, the Lake Region
got .45 to 75 inches of rain,
depending on where you were


standing, and that's somewhere
between- zero and 20 inches.
above average'for the period. :
According to the latest
SJRWMD hydrologic report,
across the 13-county district
there was an average rainfall
for June of 4.92 inches. The
year-to-date average was
25.73 inches, 3 inches above
normal. The Keetch-Byram
Drought Index through mid-.
May showed a dramatic drying
out of the district, with index
levels in the southern half near
or above 600. However, since
the extended May storm event,
most of the peninsula and
SJRWMD became much wetter
and ended June in the 100-400
range.
Now, apparently, there has
been another Lake Region
grapevine campaign whose
scenario goes like this: DuPont
has shut down its plant. The
water from its pipe is now
flowing constantly and that's
what is making the lakes come
back.
A local businesswoman
called the Monitor demanding
to know what the newspaper
knew about this. One of her
staff had been to a DuPont site
and nobody was there, the staff
member told her.
Some of the men at the daily
Jumpin' Beans morning coffee
klatch had their theories, too.
"It's not coming from the sky,"
one man said. "I want the
headline to read, "Where's all
the water coming from?'"
Wright said he got similar
calls, but, contrary to public
Speculation, the DuPont "mill"
is still very much in operation.


DuPont's original lease on staff calculated.
Camp Blaqding property s.'ys :* But,.can you assume that a
renegotiated a fe\v-years ago. two-feet deep lake is double that
It was to end in 2004. but was estimate, less the replacement
extended. . : .rate?
"At this .point, we're "Yes, you can assume that
expecting to'.t here until at -a. two-foot deep lake would
least 201-7,7"Wrigifi-said.;: .hold about 66 million gallons.
He added that itwas irue that However, as the lake goes
some mining sites haue closed, up, it will take more water to
since the ores are now.depleted. increase its depth, and when it
Some of those former mine itemss reaches one square mile, it will
are already being reclaimed.All . take approximately 208 million
of DuPorl's mining operations gall to increase water levels
are no% centered at a S.R. 220 by one foot."
site, north of Lawtey, around While the water is not yet
Maxville. But the ore is still one foot deep around Lake
brought to the Camp Blanding Brooklyn's entire lake bed, it is
area processing center. deeper than that in some areas.'-:
So is it the 60 million gallons .: :This isdue in part to the fact
of DuPont water that's filling .'that the lake bed is composed
up the lakes? of several "sink holes" or
"Not.likely." Wright said, .depressions. Each successive
Recently, the" Monitor sinkhole must be filled before
asked St. Johns River Water water begins to cover the entire
Management District staff to lake bed. Some areas are still
calculate the \olume of watqr dry; other spots are now several
in gallons needed, with Ihe feet deep.
replacement rate taken into --"9Myopinion is that the return
consideration, to fill Eakfe' f'hlake is due to rainfall,"
Brooklyn to a one-fool level Wrigh-said.
across the esiiiiated size 6F the : Monson said the district
entire lake bed. doesn't routinely keep data on
A -replacement ratei is .the gallons of water needed to fill
amount of. water lost due to. Florida's lakes. They .tend to
seepage into the lake bed, and use cubic feet.
to e\aporalion off the water :It depends on whether we
surface into the air. . have models on a specific
After week orso of figuring, lake," she said.
SJRWMD information Officer, Florida has about 7,800
Theresa Monson sent their ,lakes, many of which are still
answer.: . :, ,; ;; . unnamed. They range in size
"When:the'lake is low, the from one to --48,000 acres.
lake bed is approximately 100 which is Lake Okeechobee.
acres. It would take 33 million The district's Division of s
gallons of water to bring the Hydrologic Data Services a
lake. toone foot across the 100 operates and maintains a
acres," the water management more than 1,200 monitoring s


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Water watchers like Rodney Harrelson make frequent
trips to Alligator Creek to check on the flow..The St.
Johns River Water.Management District watches the
water, too, with the device shown above. It measures
the water flow in cubic feet.


stationss throughout the district
and processes data from
approximately 300 additional
ites.


More than 16 million
measurements are collected,
verified. processed, and stored
each year, Monson said.


Rally school


marks 10 years


BY JAMES WILLIAMS
Monitor Editor
Last month, the European
Rally School celebrated its
tenth anniversary for a select
group of its past and present
customers and Mercedes Benz
driving fans. On hand were
rally cars, Smart Cars, a four-
wheel drive G-Wagen, the
AMG range of high end cars,
J-l of which were driving on
the school's dirt and paved road
course.
The day-long event was
co-sponsored by Mercedes. of
Tampa, its second event for
customers and prospective
customers.: Local drivers and
nearby guests were also present
to celebrate the school's
milestone.
T.he Hillsborough. County,
Sheriff's Office staffed a
cookout, providing food and
snacks while raising money for
Hillborough area charities.
Sean Gossett of Lutz,. near
St. Petersburg, is 6'2" tall, but
still rode comfortably in a tiny
Mercedes Smart Car. Lutz said
that with no shift to second
gear, he thought the small car
would be fine for long distance,
given its gas mileage but he
wasn't so sure about stop and
start urban driving.
European Rally School
owner Ivor Wigham said the
Mercedes Smart Cars had
tiptronic transmission,, a short
wheel base and a low center
of gravity. He wasn't sure
they were best for solo driving.
events, which require solid
Maneuverability on curves.
.He said Smart Cars at
previous solo events had
tended to tilt up on two wheels,
although they might be fine for


Melrose
Library plans
ice cream
social
On Friday. July 24, the
Melrose Library Association
will hold its annual end-of-
summer ice cream party.
featuring games and an ice
cream sundae for-each child
who has joined in the library's
summer reading program. The
part\ will be held at the library
at 312 Wynnwood Ave. The
c\ent requires a free ticket
from the library. This party
is sponsored by the Melrose
Library\ Association. For more
information. call (352) 475-
1237.

Sure I am of this, that you
have only to endure to
colfquer. You have only to
persevere to save yourselves.
WINSTON CHURCHILL
1874-1965, British Statesman,
Prime Minister


the regular driving on standard
roads.
Once he went around the
track in a Smart Car, Gossett got
in line to drive what was being
called a Baja Challenge ,This
was the track for the Polaris
800 RAZR, a four-wheel drive
vehicle that looked like a road-
adapted ATV. The RAZR S can
do 60 mph.
:Helmeted drivers and their
passengers went over dirt tracks
with hills, puddles, twists and
turns and returned to the launch
, pad, happy but covered in mud
:and soaking wet.
Scott 'Robinson 'from
Clearwater rode .the RAZR,
and said it wasn't a vehicle he
would normally drive unless
invited to do so, but given the
, opportunity, he couldn't pass
it up.
Looking back 'over the last
10 years, Anita Wigham said
that" when she first saw the.
European Rally School space,
"...it was overgrown and there
was nothing here." Since then,
"It's been a lot of hard work'
and clearing... It was built
from nothing."
The only real disappointment
the Wighams have endured, she
said, was that the Keystone
Airpark Authority promised.
them a new road from S.R. 100'
to the school. Ten years later,:
it still doesn't 'exist, but early
stages of construction may now
be nearing.
"There. was never a moment
when we said it wasn't worth it,.
"she added. "But everything it-
is now, we had to earn."
Today, the rally school
supports 26 part-time and full-
time employees, including
the Wighams. This includes


European Raiiy School guests tried out the Mercedes
Smart Car, which may be smart, but isn't very lig.


rally ir.structors, mechanics.
administration, plus related
functions like marketing
personnel and groundskeepers.
Some employees are used
strictly for security programs
since the rally school also
teaches law enforcement
agents. military and security
personnel to drive under
Stressful conditions.
"We try to hire local people
i whenever we can." Anita said.
"but instructors must ha'e fi'e
years of experience in rally
driving and the mechanics
must have si\ to 12 Nears
of experience with Japanese
automobiles, since those are
\hat rall) driving is based
on.
Local people with those
requirements were difficult to
find in the area, she said.
'The school has a variety of
training' ceh'icles. including
Subaru and Mitsubishi models.
The European Ra!ly School
now has a second facility on
25,000 acres in Warner Springs.
Calif.. which should be opened
b\ Oct. I of this year,
For further information
on European Rally School
programs. call (352) 473.2999.


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Wings of Dreams Museum

promoted at Air Race Classic


BY JAMES WILLIAMS
Monitor Editor

Keystone Heights Airpark's
Wings of Dreams Museum ('o-
directdr Susan King organized
a special entry into the June
2,700-mile Women's Air
Race Classic. The local team
placed first in three legs of the
competition, won an award for
merit and was first to cross the
finish line in Atlantic, Iowa.
Flying with King were
Christy Smith of Jacksonville,
and Bea Hadu, 88 years old,
a Riviera Beach resident and
veteran of the World War II era
Women Air Service Pilots, or
WASP.
King and her partner Bob
Oehl have championed the
WASP, highlighting the worien
pilots' accomplishments at
Wings qf Dreams air shows for
the last two years.
By.adding Haydu to the team,


King's entry attracted attention
to both the Wings of IDreams
museum at the airpark and the
fact that the WASP were up for
a congressional award.
In return for their support,
the remaining 900 or so WASP
have donated memorabilia to
the museum's proposed WASP
History Center.
The three women began
their journey in Denver. Over
the next week they flew to
eight stops including Liberal,
Kan., Sweetwater, Texas,
Jacksonville, Ill., and other
small-airport stopovers.

King's team negotiated use
of a Diamond Star DA40 XLS,
the first time- that aircraft had
been flown in, the annual air
race. Each team is assigned
a handicap, based on their
aircraft, experience and other
factors.
For that reason King, Smith


and Haydu won three legs of
the competition and arrived
at the finish line six hours
before anyone else, but still
did not place first to win the
competition.
Upon 'their return to the
Keystone Heights Airpark, the
Diamond XLS came down the
runway with its horn blowing.
The women were received by a
crowd of admirers.
Despite what must have been
a grueling week, Haydu .had
to rush off to the Jacksonville
Airport as soon as she landed.
The next morning. she had to
be in the oval office at the
White House to see President
Barack Obama sign the bill
which grants a Congressional
Gold medal to the WASP.
King said she designed the
air race entry to promote not
only the WASP program, but
Keystone Heights and the
Airpark.-


July ride leads way for

horseback trail through area


BY JAMES WILLIAMS
Monitor Editor


A July horseback ride along
the unfinished portion of the
Rails to Trails featured County
Commissioner Chereese
Stewart and a diverse group
of riders ranging from I1 to 72
years old. One saddlesore rider
hadn't been on a horse in over
10 years. Another rider was
thrown, but not hurt.

The object of the ride was to
highlight possibilities for the
trail, especially for equestrian,
use. The ride was scheduled to
leave from Twin Lakes Park at


7:30 a.m. on July 1. Fourteen
horses and riders joined the
six-mile ridd that ended at
Grandin.
Along the way, riders spotted
white-tailed deer, numerous
grey, and fox squirrels, three
Sand Hill cranes, gophers and
other native critters.
A young untethered horse
followed the group for a bit.
then went back to his home
along the trail.
There were some challenges,
like a junk yard in Putnam Hall
that blocked the trail.
Ride organizer Rick Bebout
said recent rains had brought'


"ballast" to the surface, sharp
granite stones the size of a list
that were hard on the horses'
hooves and made for slow
going.
"What this made very
apparent." Bebout said, "is
the need to build a separate
equestrian path'in the sand and
clay so horses can use the trail
without danger of injury. As it
is'right now. the trail is not a
good trail for horseback riding,
but it could be."
Bebout said he hopes the July
riders and other horse folks can
see the potential and work to
getan equestrian sidebar built
,along the trail.


Riders saddle up and get ready to ride the Rails to
Trails.


CFederal Web site offers info on volunteer service

SBY RUTH MICHEL and Remembrance, but the goal of giving young people positive numerous projects listed nearby. The economy -has worsened
Special to the Monitor is to make service a daily part activities to do during the in MiddlebuiL, Green Cove challenges such as foreclosures


Last month, President Barack
Dbama's administration jump-`
started an 81-day service
initiative named United We
Serve.
. -This drive was started to'
engage Americans in renewing
the nation. It focuses on national
issues such as education, health,
community renewal, energy and
the environment, said Sandy
|Scott, the director of media
.relations for the Corporation
Ifor National and Community
*Service.- Community
renewal includes efforts that
relieve poverty, and clean up
^neighborhoods.
The Corporation for National.
and Community Service,
;the federal agency that runs
lAmeriCorps and other national
service organizations, is leading
aUWS on behalf of the White
House, Scott said.
, The program will end Sept. 1 I
,on the National Day of Service


ot Americans' lives. -amilie.s ol
Sept. 11 victims wanted to start
.this national day of service to
renew the attitude of service and
patriotism that existed after the
tragedy, he said.
The government has created
a Web site, http://serve.gov,
to coordinate service efforts.
Volunteers at nonprofit
organizations or anyone with an
idea who wishes to organize a
group of volunteers can register
his or her project. These can
be one-time events or on-going
projects.
Creative and adventurous
individuals can use toolkits
designed to equip leaders
planning service activities. One
toolkit reads, "Organize a book
drive." Scott said keeping up
.summer reading w\as a goal on
the educational side. Volunteers
can be inentors or tutors or put
library cards in children's hands.
He emphasized the importance


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Anyone interested can
search this online catalog of
opportunities. Answvering "What
interests you?" or "Where would
you like to volunteer?" causes a
list of local, relevant prospects
to be displayed. Possible search
entries include a Zip Code, city,
state or keyword.
While there are no volunteer
opportunities listed in Keyst6ne
Heights or Melrose, there'are


Springs, Starke, Gainesville,
Jacksonville and Palatka.
Scott said there were many
reasons to volunteer: to make
a difference, to learn and gain
experience, to make friends. He
added that volunteers "get more
than they give."
He said he hopes UWS will
engage millions of Americans
in service this summer and help
alleviate suffering resulting
from the economic downturn.
A long-term effort is needed.


and high school dropout rates,
he said.
Michelle Obama -helped
kickoff UWS. She says in a
video posted on the Web site,
"Wherever your interests lie-
whether it's working with young
people or caring for the sick
and elderly in our hospital, or
helping to make the homes in
your neighborhood more energy
efficient-or any other issue,
the most important thing is for
you to get involved."


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Bible Ouestiond Will everyone who says, "Lord, Lord," enter the kingdom
of heaven?
Bible Answer: Matthew 7:21-23 Not everyone who says to Me, "Lord,
Lord," shall enter the kingdom of heaven, but he who'does the will of My
Father in heaven. Many will say to Me in that day. "Lord,. Lord, have we
not prophesied in Your name, cast out demons in Your name, and done
many wonders in Your name?" And then I will declare to them, "I never
knew you, depart from Me, you who practice lawlessness.

WHAT ARE YOU DOING THIS SUMMER?
Plan a family vacation like you've never
experienced before with a trip to "Ancient Rome"!
"When in ROME do as the Romans do"

* Dinner is served at the food vendors booth at 6pm.
* Watch life played out first hand in the midst of . ,
a vibrant marketplace
* Children - participate in "Olympic Games"
* Celebrate song and dance in Extollo!
* Study at the feet of the Apostle Paul, while he is
under house arrest
* Young adults'(14 yrs/older) can test their skills in the Gladiator
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(Across from the Red House Restaurant)
Sign up by calling 352-475-1721. Please let us
know if you need transportation.


Ride benefits Hagans scholarship
..M ore th fl Q , ,otorcycl:.cidersad. $,~0~Qn r_0de in early 4une. The 90-
' ile, three-hour fund-raising ride started at Hichcock's Plaza, went through
Green Cove Springs, Palatka and back to Keystone Heights. The last stop was
Gold Head Branch State Park, where riders were treated to live entertainment,
door prizes and dinner. The money raised will go to a scholarship set up
in memory of Keystone Heights area resident Billy Hagans, who died in a
construction accident at age 19.


Daniel B. Cox, M.D.

announces his retirement from medical
practice effective July 30, 2009, -


Medical records will be retaired.by The
Senior Care Center of Melrose ..,


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Spotlight on business: Jerry Whitehead of UCSO


Whitehead was
born into family
legacy at sheriff's

office
BY TERESA STONE
IRWIN
7Tnes Staff Writer

:lcrr\ Whitehead was literalI,
born into law enforcement.
Growing up with his father
ser\in.g as Ilnton county y
sheriff, the family once li\ ed in
a house that also served as the
county jail facility.
"I remember my grandma
used to cook for the inmates.
Law\ enforcement is the only
life I've ever known." said
Whitehead.

His father. John Whitehead.
\\as first elected as the Union
Count\ constable in 1948.
then he went on to serve 32
years ds the sheriff, from
1952-1984, before retiring
from office. Following in his
father's footsteps, the younger
Whitehead was elected into the
office of the sheriff in 1985, a
position he has now held for
24 years.
Back during the time his
father served as sheriff, state
laws prevented nepotism, so
Whitehead couldn't work for
the sheriff's office. Instead, he
volunteered as a deputy sheriff,


HISTORY:
Continued from p. 1A

fame by manufacturing his
own invention, the Rivers
"double stock" plow, which
was popularly used all over
Florida and the South. The
business passed on to C.F.
Rivers and then to Wilson
Rivers.
W.C. Townsend came to
Lake Butler from Georgia as
a school teacher. Townsend
married Susie Dekle and
,Townsend's brother J.W.
Townsend, later married
Susie's sister, Lola. The
Townsend brothers had a
successful partnership in
farming. and the turpentine
business. They bought large
quantities of land and built a
successful clothing store in
town. They built numerous
commercial buildings in town,
including the 1911 building
which. once housed the
Farmers and Dealers Bank. It
has since been renovated and
is now an office building on
Main Street.
The construction of most
of the early brick buildings in
town can be laid at the door
of the Townsend brothers,
including the building which


laying the groundwork for a
career in law enforcement. He
also spent 13 years working for
Enron. all the while obscr\ing
his father. know\\ing that he. too.
\\anted to work in rural count\
la\\ enforcement because of the
one-on-one relationship \\ith
citizens of a small count\.

"Watching my dad. I knew
it wasn't just a job for him. it
was a \way of life. I'd see him
\\ork \ith his deputies all night
long to put someone in jail only
to turn around and spend half
the next day with the family
trying to get him out of jail."
Whitehead said.
Whitehead likes the idea
of being in a position to help
those he serves get through
hard times.
After graduating from Union
County High School in 1970.
he received his associate's
degree in law enforcement
from Lake City' Community
College. In 1990. he was one of
three law enforcement officers
from the state of F'orida who
were chosen to attend the FBI
National Academy.
"It was an honor to receive a
grant to attend the academy and
learn cutting edge technology."
said Whitehead.
At the time, DNA analysis
was just emerging and he was
right there to receive top-notch
training in electronics and
techniques from an academy
that was ranked as the best in
law enforcement training in the


is currently serving Lake
Butler as a museum, and
meeting hall. Most of these
-buildings where two-story
brick buildings' with the top
floot used as hotel rooms and
the bottom used for business
operation.

Around 1880 Tom P.
Register, a Civil War veteran,
arrived in Lake Butler.
Register was a carpenter
and was father of Charles H.
Register, who served as Union
County's representative in
the Florida Legislature when
the county was born in 1921.
Other early settlers of the
town included F.P and E.L.
Odom-who established a
mercantile store on the corner
of Main Street and Lake
Avenue-D.F. McDonald,
Nathan Varnes and Mrs. Eyder
Knight. Other early family
names included Proctor,
Anthony, Johnson, Brannen.
Thomas, Dukes, Addison,
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Harper, Colson, Chapman.
Hendricks, Dowling, Jones,
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Croft and Hall.
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A tier serving
only four years
as tjnion
countyy sheriff,
at the age of
35. Whitehead
was elected
as president
of the Florida
Sheriff 's
Association. a
title also once
held b\ his
fIather.
Over the past
24 years,
Whitehead has
been a strong
force.seeinghis


constituents through tragedies
such as thie 2006 bus crash
that killed seven local children,
and has also been a part of
the county's many triumphs
such as ensuring the citizens
of the state's smallest county
are given the same advances in
technology and equipment (911
system. computers in deputy's
vehicles, tasers, training and
emergency management) as that
of the larger law enforcement
offices.
Most importantly. Whitehead
said he has dedicated employees
that diligently seek grants and
other funding to keep the costs
of such technology from being
the burden on the taxpayer.
His community presence and
open door policy at the'sheriff's
office hasn't gone unnoticed b\
the citizens of the county, as


day courthouse. which \was
referred to as Truby-Sternberg
and C(mpany. It w\as a long
wooden building which had a
warehouse for ginned cotton
in the rear.
John A. King left Missouri
and was on his way to the rich
land in Providence around
Christmas of, 1884 when he
stopped for a rest in Lake
Butler. He and his family,
including an ill daughter for
whom King hoped the climate
and local doctors would be
beneficial. had arrived in
Starke by train and rented a
surrey and a wagon and team
of horses with which to finish
the move.
The family arrived in Lake


evidenced-by his landslide
victory in the 2008 election
where he captured more
than. 88 percent of the
public vote.
His community involvement
doesn't stop with sheriff's
business. Whitehead is also
a member of the Lake Butler
Rotary Club and was one of the
pioneers ih starting the Dixie
Youth Baseball Association
and Pop Warner Association in
the early 1970s.
"i am most interested in
working with young people."
he said. "I have a great rapport
with them...they can still talk
to me directly to resolve any
issue they may have with one
of my deputies. Try that in a big
city atmosphere."
Whitehead strongly accepts
the responsibility of his officers.
realizing they are a reflection


Butler and met a group of
citizens who were more
accomplished than a chamber
of commerce. Citizens
gathered round the family out
of curiosity and then talked
King into changing his plans
and living in Lake Butler.
John Dekle had a medicine
shop in town and D)r.:Walton
lived nearby, so King's
concerns for his daughter's
health 'were answered. King
and Dekle later opened a drug
store together. In 1894 King
built the building that later
housed both the Tomlinson-
Maines Drug Store and the
post office.
In 1889, the railroad also
boosted growth in lake


Name: Jerry Whitehead
Age: 55
Industry: Law enforcement
Job title: Union County Sheriff
Number of employees: 20 officers;
42 employees in all to include
emergency management, the county
jail and hjs office staff.
US average pay range for
sheriff: $88.700-$110,000. For
deputy sheriff: $30,000-$58,000
plus retirement and health plan
(depending upon department size
and location).


Sheriff Jerry Whitehead

on him. He also maintains great
working relationships with
other sheriffs in surrounding
counties.
When reflecting on what he
would consider the best tool
in bettering law enforcement
through the years. Whitehead
said that, naturally, that would
be the use of I)NA technology.
However, in the past five
years, he believes the greatest
tool brought into the law\
enforcement arena has been the
use of tasers.
lasersrs have had a bad rap.
but I have to say, they have
been most instrumental in
saving numerous lives. When
you have to physically put your
hands on someone during an


Butler. the Georgia Southern
and Florida rail line reached
to\\n at that time and the
Atlantic Coast ,ine rail line
came thl'ough town in 1900-
01. A large depot was built at
the intersection of the two rail
lines in 1913.

A beautiful park w\as
adjacent- to the depot. The
park. with its white picket
fence and numerous benches.
was a project of the ,lake
Butler Woman's (lub. People
came to town to sit on the
benches, visit -with friends
and meet "40." the afternoon
train from Jacksonville.
I.A. Dunca.n came to town
i.n the 1890s and established a


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arrest, you're going to have the
fighters," said Whitehead:
In the past. before reaching
for their weapon, officers only
had pepper-spray type gas to
help get a bad situation under
control. Officers would get
justabtu as much of it on
themselves as on the suspects,
causing their eyes to tear up
also and causing burning
sensations to their skin. Tasers
give officers more protection
and are a needed alternative to
drawing a gun as an officer's
only alternative means of
protection.
Whitehead is often asked by
young people for direction in
a law enforcement career and
has helped many get into the
business. He said he first tells
them to ask themselves. "Am
I only interested in it because
I just.want to carry a gun and
wear a badge, or do I really
enjoy the idea of helping people
by being a public servant?"
One great incentive in
a law enforcement career is
that, in the state of Florida.
investing in a 25-year career
in law; enforcement provides
retirement benefits of 75
percent of their salar\.
"'You can put \ourself in a
good position upon retirement
with a benefit like that." said
Whitehead. It gives officers the
drive to stick \ ith a career, learn
all the\ can and gro\\ within
the organization knowing they
are also providing security for
their future.


large general store which sold
furniture, shoes, dry goods,
groceries., hardware and
almost anything else. He also
owned a stable which was
operated by Dick Hewitt.
Mrs. Onic Pons operated
a mllinery shop next door.
Tlhe "Duncan's House" was
actually a large hotel on Main
Street, located where the
drug store is now.' Two large,
circular porches on the front
of the two-story house made
it an attractive lodging for'
travelers. who came in on the
trains.
Traveling. salesmen and
drummers often 'stayed there.
The hotel was well-known
for its large "lazy-susan" table
which was always generously
stocked with food cooked
bh Mrs. Duncan and Kibby
lamar.
TI'he hotel even had shuttle
service from the depot. A
beautiful black horse named
Prince pulled a carriage driven
by George Marklee. They met
all the trains and drove people
to and from the hotel.
In theearly 1990san addition
was biiilt onto the hotel and
called the "annex." This
housed the post office with
Oscar Brown as postmaster.
It also housed a barber shop
operated by Elzey Loadholtz
and the local pool room.

The second story of the
annex housed additional hotel
rooms. The hotel burned down
in 1914.
The Duncans also owned
a cotton gin, located where
Howard Auto Parts is today.
The gin did a prosperous
business and records indicate
that at one sale alone, enough
ginned cotton changed hands
to bring $1 million to the
farmers of the area-an
astronomical amount in the
carly 1900s.
The town continued to
prosper through the 1920s,
but as the automobile began to
replace the train as America's
chosen means of travel,
business dwindled. S.R. 100
and S.R. 121 are traveled,
but not nearly so heavily as
U.S. 301, so Starke easily
outstripped Lake Butler in
growth rate.


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New Rotary

officers...

On July 13, Judge David
Reiman conducted the oath
of office ceremonies for the
2009-2010 Lake Butler Rotary
Club officers. (L-R) They are
Scott Fisher (secretary), John
Berchtold (president-elect),
Joyce Crawford (treasurer),
Larry Clyatt (sergeant at arms),
Club President Maggie Wetzel
and Reiman.


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Regional News
News from Bradford County, Union County and the Lake Region area
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Jones once braced for impact,


now embraces life


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
7Te'lrttilph Stqff lWriler
Case' Jones did nothing
uniiusal \\hen the plane he \\was
on. following an unfamiliar
noise and a burning smell,
began to descend not long after
its attempted takeoff from
LaGuardia Airport in Ne\\
York (ity. He said a few Hail
Mary prayers in accordance to
his Catholic upbringing,
preparing for what he believed
would be his eventual death.
He pra ed, kno\\ing he wou ld
never see his family again.
As is well known, though,
there were no fatalities aboard
US Airways' Flight 1549,
which Capt. Chesley "Sully".
Sullcnberger brought down
into the Hudson River after a
collision with geese resulted in
engine malfunction. Since that
time, Jones, a Jacksonville
resident, has talked to variouss
groups, reliving the story over
and over.
One wouldd think that would
be enough, but Jones told the
Kiwanis Club of Starke he
would be willing to go through
the ordeal again if his family
and friends could be spared the
anguish they were put through.
Jones said this because he is
not simply thankful to have
survived, but thankful that life
now has new meaning for him.
"The outlook I have on life
is unbelievable," Jones told the
Kiwanis Club during its July 7
meeting. "The things that I see
every day that I never saw
before are just absolutely
amazing. It's like I've started
all over again. Everything's
new-the scents in the air, the
things that I see."
What Jones saw Jan. 15
prior to Flight 1549's takeoff
was nothing out of the
ordinary. The Bank . of
America employee, who has
been traveling to New ,York
every other week, working on
a merger with Merrill Lynch,
was leaving New York's
financial district to go to the
airport. His flight \\as delayed,
which is nothing ' new for
LaGuardia, Jones said.
Finally aboard the plane,
Jones settled in his seat-7A
by a window-and closed his
eyes as the plane began taxiing
from the runway. Jones dozed
briefly before being awakened
by the pilot's announcement
that they were clear for
takeoff. He went back to sleep.
Everything was proceeding
just like any' other flight Jones
had taken until he heard a
noise that was not among the
sounds of flight he was
familiar with. The noise, which
Jones described as a "loud
thud," occurred as the plane
began its climb. It was the
sound of the geese going into


the engines.
"This thud sounded like a
50-pound stack of books being
dropped on an upstairs floor
\\while you're sitting downstairs
tr ing to relax," he said.
TIhe unfamiliar continued, as
the sound, which h caused
several women to scream, was
followed by an unusual smell.
"The smell .was a
combination of electrical and
what I will call decaying
poultry burning," Jones said.
"It's a unique, unique smell
that I haven't smelled since or
before and. quite frankly, hope
I never smell again."
A sharp, banking tirn to the
left, coupled with the plane's
descent had Jones unsure of
what exactly was going on. He
remembered looking out ,his
window and noticing that the
housing on the engine on that
win \\as shaking badly He
knew the engine was gone, but
the question that ran through
his mind was: why didn't the
pilot fire the other engine? He
asked that question of one of
his scatmates, who had terror
in his eyes-probably the same
terror that was visible in his
own eyes,Jones said.
Looking out the i window,
Jones could see the runway at
LaGuardia. He thought the
pilot would make another left
turn and take the plane back to.
the airport, but it soon became
clear that was not going to
happen. Everyone on the plane
was quiet.
"It \was like we were willing
the plane to fly at that point,"
Jones said.
Still, everyone was still
unsure of what exactly was
happening until Sullenberger
told the passengers, "Brace for
,impact."
"At that point, we all knew
we were going,to crash," Jones
said.
Jones pulled his phone out to
call his wife, who happened to
be flying that day as well. She
and the couple's youngest son
\x ere going to Buffalo, N.Y., to
visit family. Jones failed to
make the call. His fingers were
shaking so bad, he could not
punch in his password on' his
phone's keypad.
'" had one chance to make
the call and I blew it," Jones
said.
Much prayer followed, with
Jones wondering where the
plane would crash and what
specifically would be the cause
of his death.
The plane, hit the water.
Jones did not die. The
emergency doors opened.
Jones remembers grabbing his
seat cushion and then yelling
to other passengers to .do the
same.
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else that happened between
then and the time he, exited'the
plane.
"Once .ve hit, I could've
sworn it took me 15 seconds to
get up and get ouIt," he said.
"From videos I've seen, it took
a minute more than that. It's


the only time I can't account
for. I don't know if I was
unconscious. I don't know if
time just slowed down or sped
up.
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the plane's wings. Jones
decided to go onto one of the
wings, thinking of an episode
of the TV show "Mythbusters"
he saw in which it was proven
that a sinking vessel does not
create a vortex.
Once on the wing, it was
time to make phone calls.'
Jones could not call his wife
because she:was in the air on
her flight. He could not call his
oldest daughter because she
was in the midst of a job
interview he helped set up. He
tried calling a friend, but got
his voice mail instead.
'" couldn't leave a message
because I still didn't know
how this was going to turn
out," Jones said. "I could not
leave him that message and
give him that burden in case
things didn't turn out."
Jones' next option was to
call his daughter Cailin, a 20-
year-old student at the
Unviersity of Central Florida.
He did not.want her to be his
first contact.


"What a burden to lay on a
20-year-old daughter. If there
was one thing I could .take
back, that's it," he said.
Next, Jones tried to call his
80-year-old mother. He got her
answering machine. He left her
two messages in what he
thought was a calm voice
before leaving, a third after he
was rescued. Jones was glad
his mother wasn't home to
hear the first two messages.
"My calm, cool and
collected voice was panic-
stricken," he said.
Ferries began arriving on the
scene and throwing lifejackets
to the passengers. Jones was
on the left wring along with
three other people. He watched
as his fellow passengers who
were on the other wing or in
the water 'were rescued. He
watched while his three
companions on the left wing
were rescued. Then it was
Jones' turn. He slipped off the
wing and into the water as he
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Disease does not prevent Norman from enjoying life


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
By all appearances, Holly
Norman is a healthy, young
woman who enjoys life to its
fullest. One would never know
she ,has a disease, which
creates a bit of uncertainty
about her future.
The reason Norman goes on
enjoying life to its fullest is for
this simple reason: she can.
Scleroderma is a serious
disease, but Norman's
experiences at camps . for
seriously ill children have
shown her that her life is so
much better than a lot of other
people's. Serving as a
counselor at the Victory
Junction Gang Camp in 2005
has helped her become an
active participant in life with a
positive outlook.
"I wouldn't be able to be the
person I am today without
going through that and being
able to help those children,"
she said.
Really, though, Norman, a
2003 Bradford High School
graduate, never let scleroderma
affect her life since she was
diagnosed with the disease as a
young teenager. She continued
to cheer and play sports in
school, but there were visible
signs she was different from
the other kids.


Diagnosis and coping
Scleroderma is an
autoimmune .disease that i. .,..
produces . hardening, or
sclerosis, of the skin or internal
organs. It is estimated 300,000
people in the U.S. have it, .
Norman said.
The type of scleroderma -
Norman has, known as
localized scleroderma, affects
her skin and has resulted in
white, pink and brown patches
on various parts of her body
along with collagen buildup.
The first sign of scleroderma . ( .: -
Norman noticed was a dark
spot on her ankle in 1998,
when she was 13. It appeared
to be a bruise, though it did not nearby dermatologist.. The Norman said she had a
hurt. The spot, however, neurologist called the boyfriend at the time who was
darkened after a couple of dermatologist and described into computers, so he went
weeks. She went to see her the symptoms, with the online and did some research
pediatrician, who said it was dermatologist remarking that it for her.
most likely a hematoma. sounded like scleroderma. A What that research yielded
In January 1999, a hard.spot biopsy and blood test was that scleroderma normally
formed below Norman's knee. confirmed that. affects white women in their
Later, that area darkened like It was a scary moment for 40s. Within the first five years
her ankle. Her pediatrician Norman'spargents.TI,hqo.- ..ds .of.diagnosis,. a person would
referred....her 1..a... . spe�iaist,, P rj.iy lguLiogf,.. 'the doK .'--knOav..r whether or'- ft-" the'
who took X-rays. What will happen to her? Will scleroderma was progressive
"His conclusion was since I. her affected foot and leg stop and would get worse. If it did
was a cheerleader and I was a growing? Can she die from get worse, that person was
base-I was at the bottom of this? The answer to every looking at another five to 10
the pyramid, basically-my question was, "I don't know." years to live. If her form of
body was producing more Following the diagnosis, scleroderma ever ' became
bone to carry the weight of all Norman, who was 14 at the internalized, affecting her
these other people," Norman time, was. instructed by her organs, then it was definitely
said. .parents not to do any research life threatening.
Later, it was suggested that on her own about scleroderma,
Norman possibly had a slipped They asked her to leave Up to that point, Norman
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"I'll just take it one day at a
time," Norman said.

Helping others find
joy in life
If it had not been for her
parents' insistence, Norman
may never have enjoyed the
experience of going to
Randleman, N.C., and working
as a counselor at the Victory
Junction Gang Camp. Her
desire to serve as a counselor
was born while she was a
teenager after she attended
Camp Boggy Creek in Eustis.
When Norman was
approached about attending the
Boggy Creek camp, one of the
Hole in the Wall camps
founded by Paul Newman, she
did not want to go. She
remembered wondering how


Holly Norman
(far right in
each picture) is
pictured with
campers at the
S Victory
S Junction Gang
Camp for
seriously ill
children in
North Carolina.
She served as a
counselor in
1 2005, fulfilling a
goal she set as
a camper
herself at
Florida's Camp
Boggy Creek.




parents had been with the
diagnosis. Her thought process
w al she.. wQuld.' take some
Smedi'cine,' the' spots would
disappeararid she' would go on
with life as normal.
"After the boyfriend gave
me the papers he printed off
the internet, I thought, 'OK,
maybe this is serious,'"
Norman said.
Scleroderma has no known
cure, but Norman was put on
medication, which wound up
affecting her worse than the
disease. As a busy student in
school, it was hard for her to
keep up with the requirements
of taking the medication within
a certain time frame in regards .
to when she ate meals. That,
along with her school work,
cheerleading and sports, got to
be a bit too much, she said.
"I ended up losing like 20
pounds because the medicine
had me so off track with
eating," Norman said.
Norman stopped taking the
medication. While life went on
as usual, the scleroderma
began affecting different parts
of her body-the upper pari of
her rear thigh and the top of
her foot. It was something that
definitely weighed on her
mind. What would she look
like in a year's time? How bad
would the disease get?
"I did everything a normal
kid would do," Norman said.
.I. [.., was,..jmore,.like ,when.
nobody was around-you had
time to really sit down and
think about it."
Now, though, Norman does
not worry about it. She has
since developed spots on her
left arm and lower back, but
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playing various sports or
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went on, I[began to enjoy it."
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Missing teen
sought
Kayla Dawn Chastain, 15, of
Starke has been.missing since
she apparently left her
grandmother's house in Starke
in the early morning hours of
July 12.
Chastain is a white female,
5'6", weighing approximately.
160 pounds, with long blonde
hair and blue eyes. She may or
may not be in the company of
her boyfriend, Frederick David
Westerwell.
Anyone with any
information about the
whereabouts of Chastain
should contact the Bradford
County Sheriff's Office at
(904) 966-6161.

Pedestrian
steps in path
of vehicle
A Callahan pedestrian was
killed July 4 when, for
unknown reasons, he stepped
into the travel lane of U.S. 1 in
front of a Department of
Corrections transport van


driven by a Starke resident.
According to the report
written by Florida Highway
Patrol Trooper J. Tolman,
Bryan Patrick Quinn,,22, of
Callahan was pronounced dead
at the scene by Nassau County
Fire Rescue.
No charges will be filed
against Elaine V. McIntosh,
45,,of Starke. She was driving
a 2006 Ford E350 van,
transporting inmate Terry
McCart, 47, of Sanderson, to
the Baker County detention
facility. Jesse W. Thompson,
27, of Starke was a passenger
in the van.
The van was traveling in the
northbound lane of U.S. 1
when Quinn stepped into the'
path of the vehicle and
McIntosh was unable to avoid
hitting him.

FHP sets
checkpoints
The Florida Highway Patrol
will be conducting driver's
license and vehicle inspection
checkpoints at the following
locations 'iii Bradford and
Union counties:
� Bradford County-C.R.


230, C.R. 100A, C.R. 231,
C.R. 225, C.R. 229, C.R. 221,
C.R. 233, C.R. 18, S.R. 16,
C.R. 227, Speedville Road,
Market Road, C.R. 325, C.R.
214, NW 177"' St., S.R. 231,
C.R. 235, SW 75"' St.
SUnion County-C.R. 238,
S.R. 121, S.R. 16, C.R. 18,
S.R. 231, C.R. 229, S.R. 238,
S.R. 18, C.R. 231.

Pop Warner
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Pop Warner football and
cheerleading sign-ups will be
held at Little Rain Lake
Recreational Park on July 20-
24 from 6-7:30 p.m. Another


session will be held July 27-31
from 6-7:30 p.m.
Parents are asked to bring a
copy of their child's birth
certificate (not the original
document), along with an
insurance card, and the child's
fourth quarter report card.
Additional paperwork will be
provided at the time of sign-
ups.
For further information
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A meeting of the board of
directors of the city of Starke's
recreation department will be
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Editorial/Opinion

Thursday, July 16, 2009 * Page 4B


Reader raises absolutely nothing to do \with
ea er raises anything.
questions As for men marrying men
regarding code and omen marrying women.
re rding o e what has t-hat got to do with
enforcement you. Mr. Brown? Since 58
D)ar Editor: percent of man/w\ oman
he piur.os f this leter is marriages end in divorce, what
Ihe purpose of this letter is does that sa about the
to call to the public's attention does that say about the
the vile and \ idicti\e manner "sanctity of marriage"?
that a 'so-called' code Homosexual marriages. have
enforcement bureaucrat absolutely' no effect
conducts himself. whatsoever on normal
nman/wooman marriages. The
Several months ago I was nan/oman marriages. he
visiting a friend ho I have only difference is that no
known or about the 20 ears children ill be prducd n a
he has li ed in that locale. He hoosexal marriage
staled to me that to people No, I am not homosexual
sroe ta e ounthat topeople and I don't ad\ ocate
rom the county stopped b homosexual marriages because
and picked some pears. While hoose l marries e se
there, one of them started it is neither here nor there to
criticizing the appearance of me.
his yard, the other man who Nature, Mr. Brown, does not
happened to be a code teach but one thg-survial of
enforcement officer, made a the fittest. If God, as you
passing comment that he claim, made each species then
should consider putting up a you need to ask him why he
privacy fence: Several weeks" made some men and women
later, the other man who homosexual and why he
actually works for the county tolerates racism.
manager as someone who has Robert E. B
something to do with 911,
drove up in his (my friend's) Kudos to UC
yard and told him he should to I
put up a privacy fence. He was library
advised that it was being Dear Editor
worked on just as rapidly as Mark ain oncesaid the
possible. He was advised that intelligent quotient of a small
his first concern was to care town can be evaluated by the
for his wife who had been U tO f l
critically ill and could not take use of its public library.
care of herself. Surely, the cultural aptitude
On Monday, my friend's and community consciousness
On Monday, my friend's is reflected in the book's we
wife received a letter from the re d
county code enforcement Or, as Thomas Jefferson
office, certified mail, return O, as Th as Jeersn
receipt requested, advising her simply stated, Perhaps no
that she was to appear before place iden any community is o
the code enforcement board to totally democratic as the town
answer charges. The letter did library. The only entrance
answr charges er requirement is interest."
not say what the charges were In economic troubles, the
or who was bringing them. library is a place of refuge and
Under state law and county solace. Books never fail us,
law, a notice of the problems rather they add to our wealth.
must be spelled out and In years past, I've noticed
delivered by certified mail or a how our library is a great
sworn officer to the person social equalizer. People from
believed to be responsible for every alk e lier. ee active
the problems. This was never and .diligently working on
done and at this writing has not computers, bringing their
yet been done. children for puppet shows or
We, the citizens and readings .or having a lively
taxpayers,- have a: .~E ei s; , me.-iia6nt ifi ouTlh Fi.lihn
problem \\hen we allow.our;. a and the wonderful mun i i.4,
county government to employ -'who assist her.
a bureaucrat and make him a These girls are animated as
code enforcement official with well as, helpful. "We don't
very little or no qualifications, have that particular book in
then allow him to ride around stock and will get it for you,
the county finding fault,with but here is one that is on'the
the way you and I'live and same subject you might want
maintain our property. To to read while you are waiting."
Make matters worse, that I've also heard patrons tell
person is allowed to file Mary or Priti or any of the
charges against us for bevy of sweet assistants, "I
whatever reason he or she read about a book in a
chooses. magazine, it got a great
Now really. what does this review." Their answer?
remind us' of? Didn't our "We've got it! Let me get it off
forefathers fight a war and the shelf for you."
sacrifice the lives of 500,000 Other exchanges include
of our sons and daughters so "What did you think about that
that we wouldn't have to live book?" and "Would you like to
under a Nazi-like government? see us order the new PBS
What our elected county documentary, audio book or
commission has allowed this DVD?" Believe me, as an
office to do should bring fear English professor. these words
into the hearts of every
democracy-loving person in
this county. If you, as a 2
taxpayer, want to see how our
taxes are being abused be at ' ' |
the courthouse at 6 p.m. on the. . D
21" of July. 1 Hi---
Malcolm Hill

Reader 14'A111 1
responds "Luau" &
to Brown's "BBQ Cookr
letter to editor " 0
Dear Editor: Saturday, July 18
I hate to bust Mitchell 12 Noon til Midnig
Brown's bubble, but
apparently his observations of COm e J
nature are xcry poor-and C
perhaps he doesn't read the 200 N.W. 4th Ave. * I.akec
newspapers or watch TV.
Homosexuality in animals is
yerx well documented among
apes. penguins and birds just to
mention a lew,. Advertise in c
As for homosexuality in
humans, it has been One Call - One Or
documented that some are born
that \a\. some are that \way
because of nature (the .home www.national
environment) and some do it
just out of spite. . '
u As lor different colors, that info@national
smacks of racism.
Mr. B3ro\\n needs to grox\ up *//
and learn a lot more about life ~8
a-nd nature-espccialli nature
w\ which produced him. d P
I ha\e ne\er understood U
racism since no one e \er born , .
picked \\ ho their parents \ ere.
11 \ou arc white. \ou could ^ _ ,
just as casil\ .have been born "* �


black. IF Asian. \ou could hax e
bccn horn S\\iss, etc. You did
not ha\c a sa illn which color
you \\ere horn. lt's time people
oke up to the fact that tha\\ e are
all humans arnd equally.special
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are music.
We have a new library.
Some people didn't like the
idea of spending any moneyor
time to build one. For some
reason, they thought it w'as a
luxury) in declining economic
times. Luxury? No, necessity
is a better description.
The success of our former
library \\as overwhelming.
Years ago, when our visionary
board developed the funding
documents based on the
assessment of need, they had
no idea that the patrons would
quickly far surpass the space.
They hoped, but they didn't
know for sure that you would
sec so many children attending
a multitude of lively activities,
or a myriad of high school and
college students getting their
research done on computers
they might not have access to
at their homes.
They also didn't realize that
there would be the amount of
patrons on weekly visits.
Again they hoped. But their
aim at the time was simply to
open a public library.
Last year I was very sick. I
got a message via my husband
from Mary, "Let me send her
some books I think she would
like." The wonilderful thing is
not only did Mary remember 1
x\as an avid reader 'of
biographies but for recreation
enjoyed British mystery
novels. The familiar black and
white paper bag coming in the
hospital room was comforting.
For someone who doesn't
watch T'V a hospital doesn't
offer many' forms of
entertainment .during a
patient's long sojourn thus
those books and her kindness
were so appreciated.
But. I'm just one of many.
And, it's much more important
to go and hear those exchanges
for yourself. With them, there
is a phrase that every teacher
relishes, "What did you
learn'?" and even more
satisfactory is the tone of voice
that answers, "A lot!"
Thank you, Union County.
Our library board, our county'
board Richard Tillis. who has
* t.lnsrucK'Jd Ihe ini.0Jd Iuilding
'iha %'ill' lM' thio the ne\l
many centuries, those of us
who vote on the small
increases in taxes to keep on
keeping on, those apt staff who-
go beyond their job description
by their thoughtfulness, but
finally the books themselves.
For in their precious pages is
the key to everything mankind
has ever done, thought or
experienced. As is the answers
and the wisdom needed to
blueprint the future.
Ginger Robertson


The whole point of
getting things done is
'knowing what to leave
undone.
Lady Stella Reading


JONES
Continued from p.lIB
ferry's ladder. He went under
water. His lifejacket came iup
over his head and off.
"I will tell you the thing I
rermembhr thinking, ' am not
going out like this.' That is the
thought that went through my'
mind," Jones said.
Jones came up out .of the
water and grabbed onto the
ladder. One of the passengers
who waited on the left wing
with him grabbed his belt and
helped pull him onto the ferry.
"I shivered for the nc\t three
hours," said" ones, who had
been outside in 20-degree
weather for 17 minutes. (It was
less than 10 degrees with the
wind chill, while the water was
18 degrees warmer than the
air.) "It was then that the cold
really hit me."
Ferry personnel stripped
Jones of his wet clothing. A
deckhanl gave Jones his
hooded sweatshirt. Jones was
later given a dry pair of pants
that were much too big for
him-he refers to them as his
"Jared:' pants-but pants he
was grateful to have.
Jones was taken to a triage
room that w\as set up at the
ferry terminal and later to a
Red Cross shelter. From there,
Jones, who refused to be taken
to the hospital, went to a hotel
in New Jersey. . Three
"remarkable" things happened
at that hotel,,he said.
First, Jones had the chance
to look in a mirror for the first
time since his rescue. He stood
there, looking at a man with
way-too-big pants and dried
blood on the top of his head
from where he had hit the
setback tray on the plane.
Jones said he looked like a
homeless person.
Because of his appearance at
that- moment, Jones now
carries $1 bills in one of his
pockets, which he gives to
homeless people he sees.
I will tell you, it gives me a
different outlook on homeless
people," he said. "There I was.
I saw,\it."
Another thing that mad," an
impression on him was that the
fact that three other people
who were passengers on Flight
1549 were at the same hotel-
the same three people-
including two people who
work with Jones and with
whom he shared a ride to the
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airport with-who waited with
Jones to board the flight at
LaGuardia. Jones said he's not
sure what it meant, but what
happened was the foursome
formed a bond.

The other "remarkable"
thing that happened was that
Jones was finally able to make
that call to his wife and enjoy
an extended conversation with
-her.
Jones was unable to call his
wife and tell her he loved her
prior to his flight going down,
Sbut now lie takes every
opportunity to tell his loved
ones that he does, in fact, love
them. He encouraged the


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Kiwanis members to. do the
same.
"Don't overlook . that
opportunity," he said. "Don't
overlook the chance to call
them and say, 'I love you.'"
In closing, Jones told his
audience to make the m st of
every minute of their lives.
Doing so, he said, makes such
a hig difference in our lives
and in those around us..That's
why.Jones has a motto, which
is a twist on Sullenberger's
announcement of, "Brace for
impact."
"Today, I encourage you,
when you walk out these
doors, to embrace for impact,"
Jones said. "It'll change your
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Bradford

Extension

supports

garden club
Bradford County Extension
;(Office personnel are excited
.that a new garden club has
'been formed in Starke, The
Scliib. which h was formed June
18. \ill have its next meeting
T,..bThursday, July 23, at the
SBradford County Extension
,Office at 7 p.m. A set of
,,. bylaws has been drafted for
members to review. New
, officers will he elected.
Whether your passion is
growing flowers and landscape
plants or growing vegetables,
there is a place for you in the
garden club. Local clubs can
,bhe divided into separate circles

vegetables.
-A circle of interest can also
address community interests.
The Keystone Heights Garden
Club of the Lakes has a circle
that., maintains a veterans'
memorial.
" Members are free to join as
many or few circles as they
,Wish. All of the circles gather
together certain times of the
year so that the entire club can
meet together.
The new club, which has yet
.to be named, will be part of the
*Florida Federation of Garden
Clubs Inc., which is part the
;National Garden Club. Lo6al
members can also enjoy
educational programs as well
'as national and international
meetings. Members also have
Ithe opportunity to apply for
grants to fund local gardening
Projects.
Men and women of all ages
who love gardening are
Encouraged to attend. Call
(904) 966-6299 to pre-register.
Refreshments will be served.
All who attend will receive a
free packet of wildflower
',seeds.
The Bradford County
Extension Office is located at
2266 N. Temple Ave. (S.R.
301) in Starke.
UF/IFAS Extension is an
equal-opportunity institution.


Meeting of

BC weed

Management
group-set-for

July 30
The Bradford Cooperative
Weed Management Area is
activating and recruiting
members to help- control
invasive plants in the county.
The CWMA invites
landowners, citizens and
representatives of local
agencies and companies to
participate.
,The meeting will be held
Thursday, July 30, from 1 p.m.
until 3 p.m. at the Bradford
County Extension Office.
The Bradford Soil and
Water Conservation District
received the .funds for the
Bradford Invasive Plants
Project from the National Fish
and Wildlife Association in
mid April. Invasive plants
have been treated along
Alligator Creek and mapped in
the county. The invasive plant
locations can be found by
logging onto
www.eddmaps.org.
If you know of invasive
plant locations, please enter
them on the Web site. You can
use GPS data or simply locate
the site where the invasive
plants are from a street map
address or an aerial photo.
You have to register to enter
data, but you can view the data
without registering.
The Florida Invasive Species
Partnership (FISP) has
arranged for each of Florida's
CWMAs or Cooperative
Invasive Species Management
Areas (CISMAs) to have a
Web site. Volunteers are
needed to help design the
Bradford ,Web site and to help
update content.
FISP also has a monthly
conference call where
information from Florida's
CISMAs is shared. Notify the
extension office if you would
like to participate in the call.
The Division of Forestry
may have funds for
Cogongrass treatment in


this county's natural lands are
welcome. Help is needed in
mapping the location of
invasive plants. Participants
will be trained in plant
identification.
Call (904) 966-6299 to pre-
register. Walk-ins are
welcome.
The Bradford County
Extension Office is located at
2266 N. Temple Ave. (S.R.
301) in Starke.
UF/IFAS Extension is an
equat-opportunity institution.

Submitted by -Paul Still,
Bradford Soil and Water
Conservation District member,
and Jim DeValerio, Bradford
County Extension agent.


Soil

fumigation

workshop to

be held July

27 in Starke
Strawberry, and vegetable
growers are invited to attend a
workshop on soil fumigation at
the Bradford County Extension
Office Mondayi July 27, from
noon until 3 p.m.
Dr. Joe Noling from the
University of Florida Citrus
Research and Education
Center will ' make a
presentation on soil fumigants


in vegetable and strawberry
production. Noling will cover
three topics: new fumigant re-
registration documents
(published by the EPA in June
2009), past, present and future
alternatives to methyl bromide,
and "What I would do if I were
a strawberry grower?" Noling
will include 'discussion on
updates on buffer zones,
personal protective equipment
(PPEs), fumigation
management plans and
alternative strategies for non-
fumigant cropping systems.
Two Private Applicator or
two Soil Fumigation Pesticide
Applicator CEUs are available.
After Noling's presentation,
Bob Hochmuth (NFREC


multi-county vegetable
production agent) and Jim
DeValerio (Bradford. County
Extension) will give a short
presentation entitled, "A
check-off list for your fall
crop," which will review steps
that should be taken when
planning your next crop.
Topics will include when to
get soils tested, addressing
fumigation needs, fertilization
planning and IPM scouting for
strawberry and vegetable
production.
There is a $10 registration
fee for the workshop that
includes lunch and printed
materials. Participants must
pre-register with payment on
or before Thursday, July 23.


Make checks payable to the
Bradford 4H Foundation. Call
(904) 966-6299 to pre-register.
Refreshments will be served.
The Bradford County
Extension Office is located at
2266 N. Temple Ave. (S.R.
301) in Starke.
UF/IFAS Extension -is an
equal-opportunity institution.


Death comes to all But
great achievements
build a monument
which shall endure until
the sun grows cold.
George Fabricius 1678-
1707, Irish Dramatist.


Bradford County. The cost-
share program would pay up to
$100 an acre or part of an acre
treated for each of two years.
Approximately 10 Cogongrass
sites have been identified in
Bradford County. If you know
of any Cogongrass sites, notify
the extension office or enter
the site ,on the eddmaps.org
site.
The July 30 CWMA
meeting at the Bradford
County Extension Office is
free and open to the public.
Anyone interested in helping
to control invasive plants in


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A tribute:

Bruce Scott

will be missed
Alter being a pillar his
family could lean on through
numerous tradgedies, Bruce
Scott of Starke passed away
July 2.
"(On the afternoon of July 2,
my world turned upside
down," said Becky Scott,
Brucc's wife. "I don't really
feel like I had yet recovered
from my mother's passing on
Sept. 13. 2005," and she now
had to deal with the passing of
her husband.
"If we all live long enough,
one expects to lose their
parents and we all have to
deal with it when that
happens," she said. "A few
months after mom passed, the
tragedy in Lake Butler that
occurred on Jan. 25, 2006, on
what would have been my
mother's 82nd birthday.... my
husband's great nephews-
nieces were all killed in, the
horrible semi/bus/car accident.
On the evening of that same
day, my husband's brother,
Edwin, suffered a heart attack
and died from the grief of
losing his grandchildren."
Scott said, "Human suffering
is no stranger to any of us and
we all know that if we live
long enough, we will go
through some dark valleys."
It was Bruce 'who was her
pillar during those dark days.
"Bruce helped me cope with
my mother's death. He also
handled the deaths of his loved
ones in Lake Butler and often
wondered how anyone could
get through such a thing
without faith. Bruce's faith
* and love for God sustained
him and our family during
those difficult days," she said.
"He knew the children and
his brother were in a better
place and our pain and grief
would gradually fade and time
would march on."
But tragedy struck the
family yet again. In February
of 2007, another brother of
Bruce's, "T.D.," passed away.
Becky said it was "another
funeral to get through, another
time to mourn'the loss of a
loved' one that he also knew
was in that better place we call
Heaven."
She said his strength and
faith inspired her. "To me,
Bruce always seemed like a
giant! I never told him that and
wished I had. It was just plain
hard enough to 'hog tie' him
long enough to stay in the
house to watch a movie on TV
with me. He just 'had to be
outside doing something,
whether it was related to
fishing, hunting, or just
mowing the yard, or tending to
his fruit trees."
She said in the last few
years, Bruce and their younger
son, Matthew, had bought a
couple of kayaks and loved
going fishing in them and
paddling around the inlets in
St. Augustine. "He also loved
to take our little grandson,
Nicholas, 'four-wheeling' in
the woods with our son
Jeremy. The three of them had
a wonderful time together.
Nicholas adored his grandpa,"
said Becky.
Bruce also loved his church,
where he taught the adult
Sunday school class, was a
deacon and sang bass in
several different singing
groups.
His care and concern for his
wife and family was always
evident. Even to the point of
indulging them in incidents he
might have thought
unnecessary.
"Bruce also knew how much
1 loved the animals and
tolerated my' passion with
amused indulgence," Becky
said. "He was a reluctant
participant when I needed him
to help me on some project,
whether it be a transport to
meet someone somewhere on
1-75 in Gainesville with an
animal or just to drop off an
animal at a vet's office
somewhere for me."
Recently, Bruce had even
built a roof over the patio so
that Becky's four dogs could
be protected from the rain and
the heat.
"Yes, he complained like
most husbands do," she said,
'hbut he ended tip helping me
because he knew how much it
meant to me."


The cats are a different
story, she said. "He used to say
if I died before him, he was
,going to enjoy target practice
the 'day after my funeral. I
knew he was only kidding and
many times would catch him
bending over in the yard
petting one of my cats or
sitting on the tailgate of his
truck with one in his lap," she
said.
The Scotts' history together
goes back to the early '70s

See SCOTT p.7B


OBITUARIES


John A. Bennett

John A. Bennett
STARKE-John Arthur Bennett,
47, of Starke, died Saturday, July
11, 2009, at Memorial Hospital in
Jacksonville.
A U.S. Army veteran- Mr.
Bennett is survived by his mother,
Dorothy Terry-Fields; his
grandmother, Rosie A. Brown; a
sister, Charlotte Terry-Mendez
(Tony); five brothers, George
(Myra) Bennett, Frdnk (Janet)
Terry, Samuel Bennett, Mark
Pierce and Tom Pierce; and a host
of aunts, uncles, nieces; nephews
and extended family.
Funeral services for Mr.
Bennett will be held Saturday,
July 18, at 1 p.m. at Greater
Bethlehem Free Will Baptist
Church in Starke, with Elder G.J.
Lott as pastor and the Rev.
Dewayne McBride officiating.
Burial will be in Greater Free Will
Baptist Church Cemetery.
Viewing hours on Friday, July 17,
will be at the church from 4 p.m.
to 7 p.m. and Saturday at the
church from 12 p.m. to I p.m. No
viewing after the eulogy. Pinkney-
Smith Funeral Home of
Gainesville is in charge of
arrangements.


Bobby L. Bryan

Bobby Bryan
MELROSE-Bobby Lee Bryan,
85, died Friday, July 10, 2009; in
the Veterans Hospital in
Gainesville.
Born in Jacksonville, Mr. Bryan
was a veteran, having served in
the Navy for World War II. He
started a successful flooring
business, installing terrazzo floors


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throughout Gainesville and
Jacksonville. Perhaps he is most
known as the owner of Bobby's
Hideaway in Waldo, which he ran
with his wife, Ruth, for 35 years.
From all of us, whether he
played pool with you or just took a
moment to talk to you, thank you
for the memories. In the later
years of .his life, he became
Granddaddy. from all of your
fainily, we cherished you and our
times together.
Survivors include his loving
wife of 62 years, Ruth Bryan, of
Melrose; a daughter, Idell
Beckham and her husband, Rick,
of Waldo; his son, Steve Bryan
and wife, Kelly, of St. Augustine;
his grandchildren, Ricky Wilkins
and wife, Rhonell, of Hampton,
Stevie Lee Bryan and Michael
Wylder Bryan; his great-
grandchildren, Rikki Paige and-
Randa Wilkins; his brother, Otis
Bryan of Jacksonville; his sister,
Lola Mac Brown and husband,
Ralph, of Orange Heights and
sister, Madge Thomlinson of
Jacksonville and many loving
nieces and nephews.
In lieu of flowers, please send
donations to the American Heart
Association. Funeral services for
Mr. Bryan were held Wednresday,
July 15, at Williams-Thomas
Downtown Funeral Home,
Gainesville, with burial ' in
Memorial Park on Hawthorne
Road under the care of Williams-
Thomas Downtown.
PAID OBITUARY

Kathleen
Duncan
STARKE-Kathleen W.
Duncan, 51, of Starke, died
Tuesday, July 14, 2009, at her
home.
Born in Jacksonville, Mrs.
Duncan was a member of
Emmanuel Baptist Church.
Survivors include her mother,
Dorothy Thompson; two brothers,
Ross Wright and Loyd Wright;
two sisters, Shirley Wright and
Tina Cornwall; two sons, Buck
Thompson and Eric Thompson
and eight grandchildren.
Please call (904) 964-2297 for
arrangements.

Loreda Gullion
STARKE-Loreda Maxine
Meadows Gullion died Tuesday,
July 14, 2009, following a
courageous battle with
Alzheimer's. She died peacefully
at home with her husband at her
side.
Born and rAised in Huntington,
W. Va., she graduated from high
school in Huntington in 1943;
attended business school after
graduation for training as a key
punch operator: received training
and worked as a painter for
Rainbow Glassware. Mrs. Gullion
worked for the Veterans
Administration in West Virginia
and later transferred to
Jacksonville with the V.A. Mrs.
Gullion was working at Jax Naval
Air Station when she met -her
husband. After marrying, she gave
up her career to become a fulltime
homemaker, raising four children.
She lived in, Jacksonville until
'1975 when the family moved to
Bradford County.
Ms. Gullion was the only child
born to Forrest and ' Effie
Meadows and was the beloved


wife of Clarence Gullion for over
51 years. She will be forever
remembered by her children,
Denise Orsborn of Bradenton,
Forrest dullion of Hampton,
Gerald Gullion of Batavia, Ohio,
and Michelle Howe of Wake
Forest, North Carolina. She had
four . grandchildren, Andrew,
Sarah, Mark and Kaidi.
Mrs Gullion loved being a
mother and wife; she enjoyed
gardening and grew the most
beautiful flowers. After her
husband's retirement, they
traveled throughout central and
western United States. She
touched the lives of many people
with her smile and gentle spirit.
She was a member of the First
Baptist Church of Starke.
Friends and family are invited
to attend a funeral service on
Thursday, July 16, 2009, at '11
a.m. at Archie Tanner Funeral
Services. The family will receive
friends one hour prior to service.
In lieu of flowers, the family
requests all donations be sent to
the tireless people who gave such
wonderful care for her in her time
of need at Tidewell Hospice and
Palliative Care, 5955 Rand Blvd.,
Sarasota, FL 34238, 941-923-
5822. Arrangements are under the
care, and direction of Archie
Tanner Funeral Services, Starke.
PAID OBITUARY


Mary L. Hord
STARKE-Mary L. Hord, 84, of
Starke, . died Thursday, July 9,
2009, at Life Care Center of
Orange Park following a lengthy
illness..
Born in Kansas City, Mrs. Hord
moved to Kingsley Lake from
Jacksonville 12 years ago,
following the death of her
husband, Clifford W. Hord. She
was a member of First Christian
Church of Starke.
Survivors include a daughter,
Tana (Jack Herb) Sellers of
Kingsley Lake; a son, Jack (Sue)
Hord of Ponte Vedra; five
grandchildren and their spouses;
six great-grandchildren and a
great-great grandson.
A memorial service for Mrs.
Hord will be held at II a.m.
Saturday, July 18, 2009, at First
Christian Church of Starke, with
pastor Steve Hayes conducting the
services. Arrangements are being
made through Arlington Park
Funeral Home, Jacksonville.



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SCOTT
Continued from p.6B
when Becky was 15 and Bruce
was 17. "My mother often
recalled hearing me talk about
this handsome young man I
had fallen head over heels for."
said Becky. "When she met the
skinny, tow\-headed on ung
Bruce, she said, 'This is onur
Greek God?' For man) ears.
we would recall that store\ and
laugh together."
In 1974, after Beck)
completed the two 'years of
college her father insisted she
complete. Bruce and Beck\
.married. "I did get in) AA
degree and my 'MRS' degree."
Becky joked.
Later, their sons came along,
Jeremy, on Jan. 1, 1979, and
Matthew, on Sept. 27, 1981.
"Ironically, the last four digits
of our telephone number are
the same years the boys were
born, 8179," said Becky.
"Another irony is that I have
a brother named Bruce also.
We used to have to say 'Big
Bruce' and 'Little Bruce' to
distinguish between the two,"
said Becky. "Those that know
my brother Bruce know this
was an appropriate nickname
since he's around 6'8" tall. In
later years, when 'my' Bruce
put on a few pounds, he could
no longer be called 'Little
Bruce.'"
She said it was also amusing
:when they first started dating
and she asked Bruce what his
middle initial (J.) stood for.
"He almost didn't want to tell
me that it was Jackson (also
Becky's maiden name)," she
said. "You see,'he was born in
Sneads which was in Jackson
County, hence the middle
name.
"With all these little
coincidences in our
relationship, \e just felt, like
we were meant to be," she
said. "Bruce and I would have
been married 35 years on Sept.
14. I won't say the relationship
was perfect... I don't think any
marriage is without some
difficulties and bumps along
the way, but we always rose
above them and knew that we
loved each other very much."
She said Nicholas, the
couple's grandson, who will be
3,-,on-July 19, doesn't quite
understand where -his grandpa
is.
"He is constantly telling us
that 'Nickel' (hil 'nic'k'ame for
himself), is ..ad ,because his
grandpa is gone," said Becky.
"We constantly reassure him
that grandpa is with Jesus and
that we will all see him again
some day"
Becky said she sometimes
struggles with understanding
herself. "I don't understand
why Bruce had to die so
young, but I know that God
had a purpose for it and maybe
someday when I die, it will be
revealed to me," she said. "But
for now, my sons, their wives
and I will get through each day
just one step at a time like
everyone else that goes
through the same process."
Becky said the services
given for Bruce touched her in
many ways.
"I was awed and humbled at
the same time to see how many
people came to the viewing at
the funeral home and Bruce's
'homegoing' service at Pine
rLevel Baptist Church," she
Said. "I have had many people
tell me what a nice man he was
land how much he meant to
I them. Since Bruce died on
iThursday, I knew many people
would not find out until the
i following week's paper, but
somehow the word spread
t rapidly in our small
Community and the church was
i full."
Becky said that although her
world turned upside down
when Bruce passed away,
:"life continues and we all just
Shave to live each day as if it
: were our last."
She advised everyone to
|-"remember to tell loved ones
how much they mean to you
and be kind to one another.
SEveryone goes through death
Sin their family at one lime or
another and we all deal with it
in a different way. Bruce was
my husband, but he was also
my lover, the father of my
children and my very best
friend.
"I miss you and love you,
honey," she concluded.


Man is always more
than he can know of
himself; consequently,
his accomplishments,
time and again, will
come as a surprise to
him.
Golo Mann 1909-,
German Historian, Son
of Thomas Mann.
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OBITUARIES


Wanda Keuning
STARKE-Wanda L. Keuning,
S5, a 32 \eajy resident of Bradford
(ounl\, died at her home Friday
.Jil\ 10, 2009.
Born in )erry, New Hampshire,
. ahe w as the daughter of Evan Day
and (;ertrude Barnum Day. She
cenjoied gardening and loved
pulling weeds. Mrs. Keuning was
preceded in death by her husband
of 18 years, George Keuning and a
son, Albert Keuning.
Surv\ivorls include her children
Robert (Dlianc) Keuning of
Jacksonville and Pat (Phil)
Keuning of Denver, Colo.; her
Iour brothers, two grandchildren
and two great-grandchildren.
Arrangements were under the
care and direction of Archie
Tanner Funeral Services, Inc. of
Starke.


Lucille Payne

Lucille C. Payne
STARKE-Lucille Crutchfield
Payne, 85, of Starke, went home
to be with her Savior and Lord on
Thursday, July 9, 2009. at Haven
Hospice Care Center in
Gainesville.
Born in St. Augustine, Mrs.
Payne was a longtime resident of
Starke and faithful.member of the
First Baptist Church. She retired
from the Bradford County school
system after 33 years of dedicated.
service as a loved teacher and
administrator. She was a member
and president of many
organizations including .Alpha
Delta K'appa, Delta Kappa
Gamma, the Women's Club of
Starke, -two chapters of the Red
Hat Society an'd a member of two
quilting groups. She was preceded
in .death by. her parents, James
Edward and Rosalie Berry
Crutchfield.
Survivors include her loving
husband of 63 years, Marion
Payne of Starke; ,,4 son, Marty
(Qy Ile) Payne of Minneola;
daughters, Becky Payne (Steve)
Hall of Orlando, Nancy Payne of
Starke; a sister, Nancy Crutchfield
Holman of Waynesville, N.C.,
granddaughter, Nicole Stevens
Canipe (Richard) of Keystone
Height' and a great-grandson,
Wyatt Canipe of Keystone
Heights.
SFuneral services were held
Tuesday, July 14, 2009, in the
First Baptist Church of Starke
wiih the Reverends Rodney Coe
and Ben Bryant officiating.
Graveside services followed at
Crosby Lake Cemetery under the
care of Jones-Gallagher Funeral
Home of Stark6. In lieu of
flowers, memorials may be made
,to First Baptist Church College
Fund, P.O. Box 1258, Starke, FL
32091; the American Cancer
Society, 2119 S.W. 16"' St.,
Gainesville, FL 32608 .or Haven
Hospice, 4200 N.W.. 9O'" Blvd.,
Gainesville, FL 32606.
PAID OBITUARY

Maxine Perry
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-
Maxine Mae Perry, 93, of
Keystone Heights, died Saturday,
July 11, 2009, at the Governor's
Creek Health and Rehab in Green
Cove Springs.
Born in Storden, Minn., she was
the daughter of Howard and Hazel
Brenton Parker and was a retired
licensed practitioner nurse. ,
Mrs. Perry is survived by a son,
Howard Perry, of Keystone


Heights.
Graveside services will be held
in Minnesota. Jones-Gallagher
Funeral Home of - Keystone
Heights was in charge of local
arrangements.


Betty Woodard
STARKE-Betty Lou Kellogg
Woodard, 74, of Starke, died
Friday, July 10, 2009, at Shands
AGH in Gainesville following an
extended illness.
Born in Wellborn, she had lived
in Starke most of her life' She was
a homemaker and daughter of
Benjamin Ward and Martha
Andrews Kellogg. Mrs. Woodard
was preceded in death by a son,
John William Woodard.
Survivors include her husband,
David Earl Woodard of Starke;
two daughters, Ann (David) Dixon
of Starke, Susie (Kirby) Smith of
Keystone Heights and Sarah Lynn
Woodard of Lawtey; two sons,
Ernrest Earl (Mary) Woodard and
David Steven (Tammie) Woodard,
all of Starke; two sisters, Edna
Mae Glisson of Starke and'Millie
Mayo of Live Oak; two brothers,
Bill Kellogg and Junior Kellogg,
both of Live Oak; 11
grandchildren and four' great-
grandchildren.
Graveside funeral services were
held Monday, July 13, 2009, at
Crosby Lake Cemetery with the
Rev. Reg Butler officiating.
Archer Funeral Home of Lake
Butler was in charge of
arrangements.

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License.................................$1 0..........$25
Delinquent Fee.......................$1 ...........$1 5
Identification Card.................$10...........$25
Service Fee..........................$5.25.......$6.25

Initial Vehicle
Registration....................$100........$225
License Plate ........................$10...........$28
Tag Renewal (now)*....$14.50-$32:50
Tag Renewal (Sept. 1 )*....................$19.50-$44
(different fees based on weight)
Heavy Trucks (now).........$45-$979
Heavy Trucks (Sept. 1).......... $60.75-$1,322
(different fees based on weight)

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Crash Report....................$2.... $10
Driver History Record.........$2.10.........$8

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Tysons wed
July 13
.Sierra Tyson, daughter of
Valerie Wilkerson, and
Fredrick Tyson, son of Tina
Robinson and Robert Tyson,
were united in marriage
Monday, July 13, 2009.

Said will be a little
ahead, but done
should follow at his
heel.
Charles Haddon
Spurgeon 1834-1892,
British Baptist Preacher.


Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Tyson


Crowder, Darty wed June 6-
Anna Darty and Ethan Crowder, both of Keystone Heights, were
united in marriage June 6, 2009, at 1 p.m. in Trinity Baptist Church
of Keystone Heights.
*-The-couple reside in Keystone Heights.


Amanda Parrish
Steven Thornton

Parrish,
Thornton
to wed
July 18
Amanda Marie Parrish,
daughter of Clayton and Lynn
Parrish and Melody Gaskins of
Lake Butler and Steven
Cordell Thornton, son of Steve
and Gail Thornton, also of
Lake Butler, will be united in
marriage Saturday, July 18,
2009, at 5 p.m.
Ms. Parrish is a graduate of
Union County High School,
class of 2005, and is currently
attending Lake City College
pursuing a career as a physical
therapist assistant, She is the
granddaughter of J.T. and
Linda Parrish and J.C. and
Myrtle Parrish, all of Lake
Butler.
Mr. Thornton is a 1997
graduate of Union County
High School and is employed.
at Reception and Medical
Center. He is the grandson of
Harold and Evelyn Kelly and
the late Shelton and Ina Claire
Arnold, all of Lake Butler.
The wedding will be held at
the Lake Butler Community
Center with a reception to
follow. All family members
and friends of the couple are
invited to attend.
'


Tiffiny Linton
Gerald Starling


Denmark-
Outlaw
announce
engagement
Katy Denmark, daughter of
Ron and JoAnn Denmark, and
Brian Outlaw, son of Tommy
Outlaw and Diann Outlaw, all
of Starke, announce their
engagement.
The bride-elect is a graduate
of Bradford High School and
is employed as a cosmetologist
at Salon Soleil and a member
of Madison Street Baptist
Church.
The groom-elect is a
graduate of Bradford' High
School and is employed by
Florida ' Department of
Transportation. He is also a
member of Madison 'Street
Baptist Church.
The wedding will be an
event of September in Starke.
Local invitations will be sent.

Starke
Kiwanis Club
poker tourney
is Friday
The Kiwanis Club of Starke
will be holding a Texas hold
"em poker iti'urnineil Fridt-,,
Jul\ I-, at the ai.irke CJoli and
Country\ Club
The Iee l., enter is $ i
Registration m il begiiini h
p.m.. \ith plaN be;ginniin;.' .ii
6:30 p.m.
For more intorlinon,
please call Warren Carter at
i904 1 964-7434.


(recommended), please call the
box office at (352) 226-4082.
You may also send e-mail
inquiries to
Irct09@embarqmail.com.
Lake Region Community
Theatre Inc. is a 501C-3 not-
for-profit corporation.

First Christian
Mini-Triathlon
set for Aug. 1
The inaugural First Christian
Mini-Triathlon is scheduled
for Saturday, Aug. 1, at 7:30
a.m. at the Camp Blanding
Joint Training Center.
The event, which is
composed of a quarter-mile
'swim, 9-mile bicycle ride and
3-mile run, has a $25 fee, with
all proceeds going toward the
Bradford Ecumenical
Ministries Food Pantry. A
cookout will be held after the
event..
Triathlon applications may
be picked up at First Christian
Church, which is located at
507 W. Call St. in Starke. You


may also call Steve Hayes at
(904) 964-6100 or Eric Shupe
at (904) 364-3213. E-mail
inquiries may be sent to
sfcc2007@yahoo.com or
ericshupe@gmail.com.
The final day to register is
Wednesday, July 29.


Health


department
offers sports
physical for
BC athletes
SThe Bradford County Health
Department, at 1801 N.
Temple Ave. in Starke, will be
offering free sports physical
Saturday, July 18, from 9 a.m.
until 1 p.m.
The physical are for
students who will be in sixth-
12"h grade. Children must be
accompanied by a parent or
guardian.
No appointments � are
necessary. Physicals are done
on a walk-in basis.


Mr. and Mrs. Jared Saft

Gissy, Saft wed May 16


Kathryn Marae Gissy and
Jared Ross Saft were united in
marriage Saturday, May 16,
2009, at the Portofino Bay
Hotel in Orlando.
The bride is an associate at
the law firm of Greenspoon
Marder. She received her
undergraduate degree .from
Emory University in Spanish
and economics and received
her law degree from the
University of Miami. She is
the daughter of James L. Gissy
and Brenda B. Gissy of
Orlando and the granddaughter
of Joe and Mary Gissy,
formerly of Starke.
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Starke and grandson of Gerald " p.m. on ihe fllllo'in,
and .Betty Starling, also of Fridj\s and Saturdaj\s ,ul\
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The wedding' will be an For more information or to
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Counterfeiter
nabbed With
BCSO info
Information developed by
the Bradford County Sheriff's
Office led to the July 8 arrest
of a Columbia County woman
for counterfeiting.
According to BCSO's Capt.
Brad Smith, a counterfeit bill
found in the possession of a
person in Bradford County a
short time ago led first to the
arrest of that person.
Information obtained by
BCSO following that arrest
indicated .that a person in
Columbia County was selling
counterfeit bills.
BCSO contacted the
Columbia County Sheriff's
Office and CCSO detectives
arrested Rhond'a Renee Duhart,
32, of Ft. White.
CCSO's Detective Todd
Green handled the
investigation and learned that
Duhart was allegedly selling
counterfeit currency out of her
home.
A search warrant was
obtained and investigators
-found counterfeit U.S.
currency in $100 and $20
denominations. Detectives
seized Duhart's computer,
printer and printer paper.
Duhart is being held in the
Columbia County Detention
Facility on $5,000 bond. The
U.S. Secret Service, which
handles counterfeit currency
cases, will be performing a
forensic examination of the
computer seized from the
Duhart home.

Bat and
broken glass
gets man
arrested
Union County Sheriff's
Office Deputy Brett Handley
was called to a home in Lake
Butler July 13 in relation to a
disturbance.
He arrived to find the victim
with a smashed rear window in
her car. The victim stated that
John Erkson Keen, 27, of Lake
Butler- had come to the
residence asking abbut a
pressure washer he had loaned
to the victim's boyfriend.
When the victim stated the
pressure washer was not at the
residence, Keen allegedly
became angre and used--w
baseball bat to smash the rear
window of the victim's car.
'The victim stated that her two-
year-old daughter was in the
rear car seat at the time. The
child was not injured.
Deputy Handley then met
with Keen, who denied using a
bat to strike the window.
However, Deputy Handley
allegedly found an aluminum


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truck. Handle said there were
small glass particles embedded
in the bat.
Keen was arrested and
charged with aggravated
assault and criminal mischief
with property damage.

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 Bennett, 47, of
Melrose was arrested July 7 by
Clay County Sheriffs Office
(CCSO) deputies on a warrant
for sale and delivery of a
controlled substance.
Gene Jordan, 58, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
July 7 by CCSO deputies on a
warrant for sale and delivery
of a controlled substance.
Christopher Brander, 24, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
July 9.by CCSO deputies on a
warrant for failure to appear in
court on an original charge of
battery.
. James Young, 42,. of
Melrose was arrested July 9 by
CCSO deputies for contempt'
of court-child support.
Nicolis Altman, 19, of
Starke was arrested July 10 by
CCSO deputies for burglary of
a structure or conveyance.
Shane Carter, 18, of Starke
was arrested July 10 by CCSO
deputies for burglary of a
structure or conveyance.
Harold Chase, 27, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
July 13 by CCSO deputies for
DUI.
Jeremiah Thomas Parrish,
26, of Lake Butler was arrested
July 14 by Union County
Sheriffs Office (UCSO)
Deputy David Shane for
disorderly intoxication.
Stephen Wade Crews, 18, of
Lake Butler Was" arrested July
8 by UCSO Deputy John
Gbotee for battery after he
allegedly struck the victim on
the top and back of her head.


According to Deputy Gootee,
no visible injuries were
Observed on the victim. Crews
denied striking the victim, but
admitted that he pushed her to
the ground.
Robert Leonard Richey, 22,
of Lake Butler was arrested
July '13 by UCSO Deputy
Leslie Crews on a warrant for
failure to appear in court on an
original felony charge. Bond
was set at $50,000.
Robert Paul Rodgers, 29 of
Starke ,was arrested July 9 by
UCSO Deputy Mindy
Goodwin on a warrant for
violation of probation on an
original felony charge.
Adam Edward Adkins, 30,
of Lake Butler was arrested
July 6 by Bradford County
Sheriff's Office (BCSO)
deputies for failure to appear
in court on bail for an original
misdemeanor charge.' Cash
bond was set at $255 and he
was released on bond July 6.
Bobbijoe L. Melton, 38, of
Starke was arrested July 6 by
BCSO deputies for grand theft
and dealing in stolen property.
Total bond was set at $10,000
and she was released on bond
July 7.
Abram Griffis, 35 of Lawtey
was arrested July 6 by. Lawtey
Police Department (LPD)
officers for driving :while
license is suspended or
revoked. Bond was set at $500
and he was released on bond
July 6.
Loretta Lynn Westgerry, 42,
of Starke was arrested July 6
by Starke Police Department
(SPD) officers for grand theft
auto. Bond was set at $10,000
and she was released on bond
July 8.
Carol Hall Lanigan, 46, of
Hawthorne was arrested July 6
by BCSO deputies for
violation of probation. She was
released on her own
recognizance July 6.
April Leigh Davis, 24, of
Starke was arrested July 6. by
BCSO deputies for retail theft
and failure to appear' in court
on bail for an original
misdemeanor charge. Total
bond was set at $3,000 and she
was released on bond July 6.
Warren Matriese Lee, 18, of
Starke was arrested July 7 by
BCSO deputies for carrying a
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released on bond July 10.
Barry Layne Moor -47, of
Hampton was arrested, July 7
by SPD officers for leaving the
scene of an accident with
property damage. Bond was
set at $500 and he was released
on bond July 8.
Paul David Stone, 30, of
Middleburg was arrested July
8 for violation of probation. He
was being held in the Bradford
County Jail on no bond.
Michael Dale Hrinda, 26, of
Melrose was arrested July 8 by
BCSO deputies for failure to
appear in court on bail for an
original misdemeanor charge.
Bond was set at $4,000 and he
remained in jail as of press
time.
Carolyn M. Holder, 60, of
Starke was arrested July 9 by
BCSO deputies for violation of
probation. She was being held
on no bond.
Edythe Grace Johnson, 46,
of Lake Butler was arrested
July 9 by UCSO deputies for
improper exhibition of . a
firearm. She was being held on
no bond.
Brittani Chastine Nettles, 18,
of Hampton was arrested July
9 by BCSO deputies for simple
battery.' Bond was set at
$1,000 and she was released
on bond July 10.
Willis Dean Brewer, 48, of
Starke was arrested July 10 by
BCSO deputies for aggravated
battery. Bond was set at
$5,000 and he was released on
bond July 10.
Reese Estep, 31, of Glen St.
Maro was arrested July 10 by
SPD officers on an out-of-
county warrant. He was- being
held on no bond.
Robert Olin Fulgham Sr.,
52, of Starke was arrested July
10 by BCSO deputies for
failure tb appear in court on
bail for an original
misdemeanor charge. He was
released on his own
recognizance July 10.
Sandra Kay Demaree, 56, of
Hampton was arrested July 10
by BCSO deputies on two
counts of battery to a person
65 or older and one count of
abuse to the elderly. Total
bond was set at $15,000. and
she remained in jail as of press
time.


William Owen Norman, 48,
of Hampton was arrested July
10 by BCSO deputies on one
count of battery to a person 65
or older, one count of simple
assault on a person 65 or older,
and one count of abuse to the
elderly. Total bond was set at
$12,500 and he remained in
jail as of press time.
Glenn Andrew Griffis, 23,


of Lake Butler was arrested
July 10 by BCSO deputies for
two counts of burglary and two
counts of petit theft. He was
being held on no bond.

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of Starke was arrested July 12
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The Bradford T-ball all-star "A" team placed third in the North National State
bracket in Chiefland June 18-21. Players and coaches thank all the team's
sponsors as well as parents for their hard work in raising money for the state
tournament. The players, themselves, are thanked for making the district and state
tournaments so fun and competitive. Pictured are: (front, I-r) Tyler Thomas, Arthur
Young, Tyreke Gorden, Gavin Sanford, Maggie Olive, Josiah Norman, (middle, I-r)
Andrew Lingold, Zack Clayton, Jerarjiah Hernandez, Kenny Brewer, Justin Walker,
(back, I-r) coach James Young, coacfi'Robert Fulgham, Jonathan Norman (batboy),
coach Chris Olive and coach Kevin Norman.


Airman Joshua Bridges


Airman Bridges
graduates
basic training
Air Force Airman Joshua L.
Bridges has graduated from
basic military training at
Lackland Air Force Base, San
Antonio, Texas.
The son of Joseph and Diana
Bridges of Keystone Heights,
Airman Bridges is a 2008
graduate of Keystone Heights
Senior High School.
Airman Bridges completed
an intensive, eight-week
program that included training
in military, discipline and.
studies, Air Force core values,


physical fitness, and basic
warfare principles and skills.
Airmen who complete basic
training earn four credits
toward an associate in applied
science degree through the
Community College of the Air
Force.

Pvt. Knapp
graduates
basic training
Army Pvt. Brian P. Knapp,
son: of Alice Knapp of Starke
and 2007 graduate of John I.
Leonard High School of
Greenacres, has graduated


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63 Love Lines
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65 Help Wanted
66 Investment Opportunity
67 Hunting Land for Rent
68Rent to Own
69 Food Supplements
70 Self Storage
72 Sporting Goods
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Auctions
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* Limerock * Concrete Sand
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Bradford Limerock
Since 1977
Allen E. Taylor, Owner
904-509-9126.


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Motor Vehicles
& Accessories
2000 PETERBILT SEMI-
TRUCK, MODEL 379,
$43K. Owner financing.
Call Gary at 352-333-
0884.
1999 HONDA ACqORD,
4 door LX Sedan,'gray,
5 speed transmission,
� excellent condition, 32
MPG, exceptionally well
maintained. 109k miles,
asking $4500, call 904-
964-4021.
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RV's & Campers
1988 HOLIDAY RAMBLER
. ALUMALITE Fifth wheel,
27 ft. Very good condi-
tion, everything works.
Sleeps up to 6, beauti-
ful oak cabinetry, $3000
OBO, negotiable. Call
904-964-5975.
RV TOWING EQUIP./Fifth
wheel hitch, $250.. Also
tow bars & air brake cylin-
der, used one time, $900.
Call 352-473-2210.
45
Land for Sale
PRICE REDUCED BY
$50,000! 10 beautiful
acres only $89k. Im-
proved lot with well, septic
tank & power pole. Ready
to build your dream home.
Plenty of wild life & fresh
air.. 5170 Herron Rd.,
off of 315C, Keystone
Heights. For Sale By
Owner, call 904-384-4677
for more info.,
PRICED FOR QUICK SALE
-1.75 acres, beautiful high
and dry pasture land. Mo-
bile homes and horses al-
lowed. Asking $25K. Call
Marlena Palmer at Smith �
& Smith Realty, 904-422-
0470 or 904-964-9222,
' (owner/agent).
STARKE/LAKE BUTLER
AREA - nice quiet neigh-
borhood, 1.5 acre lots,'
call 386-496-0683 or 352-
284-7608.
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Real Estate (Out
of Area)
TENNESSEE. HUNTING
LAND, creeks, grassy
lake, timber, home sites,
deer, turkey & ducks.
Highway frontage. $1,450
per acre. Call 352-473-
P210.
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Commercial
Property (Rent,
Lease, Sale)
OFFICE SPACE LOCATED.
in downtown Starke. Of-


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fice'has reception area,
.board room, 2 individual
offices, 2 restrooms and
kitchen. Lease $750 per
month. Call 904-964-6305
ask for John.
RETAIL SPACE on Call
Street, next to train tracks.
Can be built out to your
specs. As is $550 per
month. Call 904-964-
6305.
NEW PROFESSIONAL OF-
FICES at 417 West Call
Street-for lease. Ideal for
medical, legal, account-
ing or business offices.
$350 including utilities
and taxes, or all 4 offices
for $290 each plus utilities
and taxes. Call 352-275-
8531 today for a walk
through.
OFFICE/WAREHOUSE
SPACE FOR RENT -
3,000 SO FT OR 6:000
SQ FT. Bradford Indus-
trial Park. $800/mo for'
each bay. Smith & Smith
. Realty, 904-96492?2, .
OFFICESPACE FOR RENT.'
All fees paid for only $300/
mo. Located in suite of
offices with 3 separate of-
fices, 2 bathrooms, break
room, conference room &
common reception'area.
Excellent opportunity for
several people to cost
share space and !have a
nice, private office. Call
John at 904-964-6305.
48
Homes for Sale
HANDYMAN SPECIAL
* 3BR/1BA, 684 Epperson
St. Starke, $55,500. Call
' 352-745-0039.
CUSTOM HOME BUILD-
ERS. Call Stevenson
Construction Co., Inc.
We design, build. Es-
tablished in 1976. Call
904-964-5086, or visit
Stevensonhomebuild-
ers.com. CGC003344,
CBC1253234.
2 STORY HOUSE, 2000
sq. ft. 4BR/2BA, new
metal roof, new electrical,
plumbing, A/C, flooring
& cabinets. 660 Epper-
son St., Starke, asking
$145,000. Call 352-745-
0039.
LARGE 3BR/2BA ALL
brick home'with pole barn;
near Starke Country Club,
.$214,000. Call 850-942-
9449 or 850-556-6015.
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Mobile Homes
for Sale
FLORIDA LIFESTYLE'
HOMES your manufac-
tured home center, free
washer and dryer with
new home purchase with
this ad. Best service, best
price, come see. Call 904-
214-7918.
REPO - LIKE NEW, fore-.
closed bank homes, 3&4
bedrooms. Save thou-
sands! Call 386-344-
9452, ask for Bruce, easy


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ozer Work R.E. Joves ,Fill Dirt
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heavy Brush - 'Site Prep
owing ' Licenised Fire Line
& Instll'e Plowing

Office:904-966-0065 Cell: 904-364-8133
.- 16418 SW 66th Lane * Starke, FL 32091.


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financing.
USED - NEVER TITLED
2007, 08' & 09' mobile
homes with warranties.
SW mobile homes start
at $22,495, DW's starting
at $36,995, over 20 to
choose from! Call 386-
344-9452, ask for Bruce.
2010, 5 OR 4 BEDROOM,
3 bath home, 32 x 80.
Free A/C & skirting. Save,
save, save! Will deliver'to
your property. $63,430.
Call 386-344-9452, ask
for Bruce.
USED DOUBLEWIDE, 1991
3 & 2. Setup & delivery
on your lot, A/C included.
$11,995, call 386-344-
9452, ask for Bruce.
GOVERNMENT FINANC-
ING, needed 16 custom-
ers for land/home financ-
* ing. Call 352-378-2453.
Must ask for Bruce - credit
mgr. Payments starting
at $400/mo. Hurry! Pro-
gram won't last long!
3BR/2BA 1994 DWMH ON-
. 1. OBr-.a.cres ieRWaldo:.a,
A must see!, $69,000,
glamour bath, workshop
with electricity, huge open
yard, handicap, acces-
sible, fruit trees and small
pond, home warranty in-
cluded. Call Matchmaker
Realty-Angela Stewart at
352-871-7333.-

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For Rent
2BR/1 BA MH on Lake Ge-
neva; $475 per month.
First & security, call ,352-
473-2919.
WE HAVE 2 OR 3 bedroom
MH, clean, close to prison.
Call 352-468-1323.,
Newly renovated 2 & 3 BR
homes in Starke/Lake
Butler. Deposit required.
Call 678-438-6828 or
678-438-2865.
ONE MONTH FREE. 2,
3 AND 4BR starting at
$579. W/D hook-ups,
fitness center, computer
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.
4BR/2BA, ALL FRESHLY
REDONE. Double car
garage 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.
KEYSTONE LAKEFRONT
2BR/1 BA,available sooh.
Safe, peaceful setting,
shady oaks, all up keep &
lawn included. See how
it feels to live in paradise
for $550/mo. & deposit.
352-473-5214.
3BR/2BA HOUSE, tile
floors, fireplace, granite
counters, ,ake access.
Keystone Heights School
I District. $1000/mo. &
$1000 deposit. Call 352-
473-3560.
3BR/1BA OLDER FRAME
HOME. First, last, lease &
deposit. Service animals
only. $500/mo. Call 904-
964-4111.,
FURNISHED 2BR MOBILE
HOME. Shed, patio, large
fenced yard. Very clean;
service animals only.
$600/mo plus security.
Call 386-496-0683.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS MO-
BILE home park trailers
for rent. First month &
security deposit neg. de-
pending on credit history.
Call Rick at 352-235-
0506. ,
APT FOR RENT Furnished .
with carport. Lake Ge-
neva. $500 per month.
Call 352-475-1560.
3BR/2BA NEAR STARKE
GOLF COURSE. Avail-
able Aug. 1. 1605 NE
153rd Street, $850 per
month. Call 904-545-
0798.
3BR/2BA 1800.PLUS SQ
FT, CH/A, private fenced
yard. Hardwood & tile


floors. 6120 Navarre
Ave. Hampton. $850/mo
& $850 security. Call
352-473-7123 or 352-
214-7411.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 3BR/
2BA MH onl1 acre, close
to town, $575 per month
+ $600 security deposit.
Call 352-475-6260.
READY NOW 1BR/1BA
Apt.completely remod-
eled. $340/rno., does not-
include utilities or depos-
it. Year lease required.
Please call Mr. Corbinr at
904-563-5410p.
2 RENTALS AVAILABLE.
3BR/2BA DW with a car-
port., $700 per month.
3BR/2BA SW with a car-
port, $575 per month.
Both need a security de-
posit. 352-473-8055.
LARGE 3BR/2BA ALL
BRICK home with pole
barn, near Starke Country
Club, $1100/mo. & de-
posit. Call 850-942-9449
or 850-556-601,5.
RAIFORD, 2BR/1BA MH!
Newly remodeled with
new porch. All electric,
.$500/mo., $500 deposit,
first & last. 386-431-
1568.
2BR/1BA SW WITH new
floors. Between Lake But-
ler and Starke dp SR 100
West. $550/mo & $300,
deposit Call 904-284-
9223 or 904-305-8287.
ROOM FOR RENT, KEY-
STONE Heights. $80/
week, call 352-235-
7645.
2BR/2BA HOME ON KEY-
STONE lake on Magnolia
Ave. $850/mo. '& $500
-security deposit. Service


animals only. Call 352-
284-5753, available now.
4BR/2BA DW WITH big
shed and 1 stall barn on
1 acre fenced in Sampson,
City area. $700/mo. with
$300 deposit. Animals
welcome with pet deposit
of $200. Call .904-368-
1222.
FOR RENT 4BR/2BA DW
MH, 1 acre in Big Tree,
Keystone. Call 904-964-
5734 for more information,
now taking applications.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-
3BR/2BA DW in High
Ridge Estates, CH/A,
.$650mo & deposit, call
352-235-6319.
LEASE TO PURCHASE,
2BR/2BA on 1/2 acre
in Starke. $2000 down
earnest. Call 352-318-
9262.
MELROSE, 5'ACRES on


468-2386.
HOME FOR RENT - 2/2
near Starke Country Club.
$600/mo., includes laun-
dry room. Call 904-769-
9616.
LAWTEY 2BR/1BA CON- .
CRETE block home cen-
trally located, CH/A, W/D -
hookp, dishwasher, elec- -,
trite stove, fenced yard. o
Possible lease with option :
to buy. $575/mo. Call
904-444-3874 or 904-
829-0518.
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.


Hwy. 26 for lease for your 51
RV. $250/mo. & $25/mo. .
for horse. Call 352-475- Lost/Found
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904-964-6445. Starke, 1 to 2 'miles from
LARGE 1BR/1BA DUPLEX State Prison. Weighs 5
near Starke High School. Ibs and is Silver w/b(ond
$350/mo. plus first & last. head & no teeth, answers
352-213-6561. to Murphy. Please call
3BR/1BA HOUSE FOR 904-964-2687 with any
RENT on Pratt St. in information or if.you have ,
Starke. Approx. 1400 seen him.
sq. ft. w/den. $850/mo.,
first, last & $200 security
deposit. Call 352-745- ./
6070.
LAKE SANTA FE COT- /
TAGE, 2BR/1BA. Se-
cluded, beautiful view,
washer/dryer, boat lift &
yard service included,
unfurnished $850/mo.,
furnished $900/mo. 352- '


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$600/Monlth
Remodeled 2BR/1.5BA Concrete
Block Home with Central H/A,
Garage 1/2 acre located near
'Georges Lake..

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* Convenient to shopping, restaurant, boat ramps,
Keystone Heights public beach, schools, banks
& medical facilities * All units have additional outside storage
* Full carpeting and vinyl flooring -
* Central air conditioning and heating * Custom cabinets
* Ample parking * One story only - no stairs to climb .
* Lo\ely landscaping * Patios & Porches for outdoor living
* Convenient laundry facilities * No pets


I 418 S.E. 41st Loop

EquHandicappeded in Keystone Club Estates PORTNI"T
(Next to the Golf Course)

Come in and see us or call us at 352 473-3682


* Carpenbty
* Home Repair
* Prs ute Washing
*Oddjohs
*Yard Work
* Garden RotU-Tlling
* Licensed & Insued


* Btusth HogMowing
lwIeelIimming & Removal
SSite CkanUp
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* Pine Bark & Cpness Mulch
* Firewood ForSale
* IFree l.imathtes


Owner: Kerry Whitlrid





Whispering Oaks


Apartments

2, 3 and 4 Bedrooms

Starting at $525.00/mo.

W/D hook-ups * Pool
Computer Room' Fitness Center
Walking distance to school.
P 'Welcome!

Call 904-368-0007


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Quality Work at Reasonable Prices
Insured ~ 40 years exp.
Call Dan or Garrett
352-473-4420
352-603-3318
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Animals & Pets
DOG TAGS - DOG TAGS -
DOG TAGS! Buy them at
t-iF-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.
YORKSHIRE TERRIER
PUPPIES CKC regis-
tered, shots. Female
$550, male $450. Cash
only please, call 904-,
964-5339.
CATAHOULA/CUR MIXED
puppy. 10 weeks old,
free. 352-468-1370.
DACHSHUND/SCHNAU-
ZER mixed puppies. Will
be under 20 pounds,
black and tan, short hair.
Raised indoors,8 weeks
old, vet checked, wormed
and first shots. 3 males, 1
female, $100 each. Call
352-478-8040.
DACHSHUND PUPPIES, 8
weeks old, piebold, choc-
olates, black and tans.
First shots & wormed, par-
ents on premises. Stan-
dard sizes. $175 to $225,
calFl352-478-8040
53A
Starke Yard
Sales
YARD SALE, THUR. - SAT.,
8am to 3pm. 1031 Pine-
.breeze St., off Colley Rd.,
rain of shine!
HUGE YARD SALE, 436 N.
Walnut St. Household
goods & collectibles. Sat.,
July 18th, 8:30am to ?
FRI. & SAT. 17th & 18th,
7am to 5pm, Laura
Church Rd. to the pecan
grove at 2 story house.
Follow signs, a little bit of
everything!
YARD SALE, FRI., July
17th, 7:30am to 2pm and
SAT., July 18th, 8am to
5pm. Conerly Estates,
5012 NW 182nd Way.
Men's, women's & juniors
clothing, appliances &
more.


HUGE YARD SALE, chil-
dren's clothes, toys, wom-
en's clothes, furniture,
kitchen things & much
more. 405 N. Church St.
July 18th, 8am to 2pm.
DEERFOOT TRAILS, FRI.
& Sat., 8am to 12pm.
Household items, baby,
furniture, material, pat-
terns, books & more. Off
CR 225, follow signs.
YARD SALE, FRI..the 17th
& Sat. the 18th, 8am to
1pm. Baby items, tools,
furniture, kitchen items,
'clothes & misc. items.
From 301 W. on 16 1 &
1/2 miles right on Meadow
Dr., address is 1036.
FRI. & SAT., 8am to ? Take
100 towards Keystone,
behind Tony's Food Mart.
Entertainment center,
desk, kids & adult clothes,
household items, toys,
purses, Wii games &
more!
53B
Keystone Yard
Sales
YARD SALE, FRESH
START Fellowship. Rain
or shine. 7191 SR21 N.,
Fri., July 17th, 9am to
4pm. Sat., 9am to 1pm.
Sat. is $1. bag day.
HUGE MULTI FAMILY YARD
SALE, Thurs. - Sat, 8am
to ? Toys, clothes, camp-
ing equipment, furniture,
& lots more things, many
.25 cent items! 5568 CR
352.
53C
Lake Butler
Yard Sales
FRI. & SAT., July 17th &
18th, 8am to ? Lots of
clothes and household
items. Take CR 238
(Providence Hwy.); go 2
miles down on right.
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Produce
ROGErlS FARMS - PEAS
AND BUTTER BEANS,
shelled or unshelled. Call
386-462-2406.


Garage Sale

* Appliances * Office Chairs
* 8-pc Thomasville Dining Rm Set
Baby Furniture
* Baby & Tdddler Clothing
(New & gently used)
*Adult Clothing
Rain or Shine
79 Nelson Point, Keystone Heights, FL
Fri. - Sun, 7/17- 7/19, 7am-1pm


Now Accepting

Applications

1-AND 2

BEDROOM APARTMENTS

HERITAGE VILLAS
APARTMENTS
607 Bradford Court ~ Starke, FL
Call for more info
904-964-6216
Hearing Imnpaired Only
call 800-955-8771
S, Handicapped Accessible
This Instiution is an' Equal Opportunity
. . Provider, and Employer.


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Wanted
MY SWEETHEART TO SEE
that I am still in love with
her today just as much as
the day we were married.
My sweetheart to give me
the chance to show her
that I am the man that she
told her r she would
marry one day A life full of
love and happiness with
a wonderful family. You
know where you can each
me sweetheart. Contact
your sweet cheeks as you
wish!
NEW'TEACHER IN LAKE
Butler seeks house or
mobile home to rent within
20 minutes of Lake Butler.
Need 3 bedrooms & 2
baths. Have 2 yorkshire
terrior "children" (under
6 lbs. & house broken).
Email: msrondalhall@
yahoo.com or call 910-
638-8060.

56
Antiques
ANTIQUE 3-DOON OAK ice
box, good shape, $450.
Spoon foot cherry dining
table with leaft& hutch top,
$200. 352-473-2210
57
For Sale
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. '


GUN SHOW, SAT., Aug.
1st, 9am to 5pm & Sun.,
Aug. 2nd 9am to 4pm.
Bring your guns to sell or
trade at the Clay County
Fairgrounds. Lots of
ammo, Concealed Weap-
ons Classes daily. 2497
SR 16 W., Green Cove
Springs, Fl 32043, www.
GunTraderGunShows.
com.
ELECTRIC WHEEL CHAIR.
charger, head rest, seat
belt. Candy apple red,
front wheel drive, never
been used, $1,000. Call
352-473-1287.
MATCHING COUCH &
ROCKER recliner, blue.
$75 OBO, in good shape,
call 352-562-5024 or 352-
485-2393.
FOR SALE, 2 BEAGLES
& Chrome steps for 98'
Dodge quad cab or earlier
model. 904-263-0204.
FURNITURE SALE, QUEEN
dresser & head board,
Country Cottage design,
Broyhill, 3 sectional mir-
ror, $195. Drexel table,
solid oak w/ Country de-
sign base, rectangular,
good condition, $150.
Double head & footboard,
iron & wood, used for 3
months, $125. Call 352-
485-1429/LM.
3 COMPARTMENT SINK'.
Stainless steel, new $800,
used for 10 months, will
sacrifice for $300. Great
for small restaurant. 352-
485-1429.
NEW GE ELECTRIC stove
top, black, like new, $75.
GE wall oven, black, like
new, $50. New small
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wider than conventional
walkers), basket & over
size tires. Weight capac-
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468-2860.
SCOOTER CAR LIFT -
HarmOrlAL100, includes
wiring and harness. Qual-
ity features construction
and durability. Universal
and one of the few avail-
able for a class II hitch-
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352-468-2860.
UPRIGHTrPIANO, used
$350. Beautiful condi-
tion, needs tuning. Call
352-473-0170.
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Personal
Services
CLARK FOUNDATION RE-
PAIRS, INC. - Correction
of termite & water-dam-
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ing & raising Houses/
Bldgs. Pier Replacement
& alignment. Free Esti-
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904-545-5241.
FORIDA CREDIT UNION
has money to lend for MH
& land packages. 1-800-
28411144.
JERRY'S HAULING - WE
BUY JUNK CARS, run-
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Business
Opportunities
SEMI PRIVATE office avail-
able for experienced real
estate associate. For
more information call
Dean Weaver at 352-
473-6201.
65
- Help Wanted
HAIRSTYLISTS, NAIL
TECHS & LMT's needed
for new salon in Keystone.
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more info.
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2 yrs experience working
with elderly or disabled cli-
6nts. 2/3 days per week.
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vices, 352-468-2619.
HANDY PERSON skilled
in mobile home rennova-
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neg. includes all living
expenses, qualified ap-
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THE 2009 UNION COUNTY VALUE
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To- REPRESENT THE VAB AS I-Ts:
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LEGAL COUNSEL SHALL BE ON AN
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BY THE VAB. APPLICANTS MUST.
HAVE PRACTICED LAW FOR OVER
FIVE (5) YEARS AND MAY NOT'
REPRESENT THE PROPERTY
APP'RAIRSER,-THE. TAX_. CO LLE 'tOR.-
ANY TAXING AUTHORITY, OR ANY
PROPERTY OWNER IN ANY
ADMINISTRATIVE OR JUDICIAL
REVIEW OF PROPERTY TAXES. THE
ATTORNEY APPOINTED .TO ADVISE
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with diverse industries
and personalities. Two
or more years experin-


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to P.O. Box 1275,Starke
Florida,32091 by August
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11 WORKERS needed
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Employment dates are
as follows: 8/25/09 to
11/20/09. Guaranteed
3/4 of contract hours. All
tools provided at no cost.
Free housing provided
for non-commuting work-
ers, transportation and
subsistence reimbursed
to worker upon comple-
tion of 50% of contract.
Pay rate is $8.44 per
hour. Equal opportunity
employer. Workers in-
terested in job should
contact Will Shumaker of
the NY State Workforce
Agency at 716-433-6766.
NY0912227.
LIVE IN CAREGIVER/COM-
PANION needed. Re-


quires light housekeep-
ing, meal preparation &
experience providing total
care for disabled person
with demernia. Room,
board & salary available.
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unable to do live in posi-
tion. Call 904-782-3301
after 5pm.
PRESCHOOL TEACHER
openings in our Preschool
for K4. teacher. Applicants
with 40 hour child care
training and 5 hour lit-
eracy training preferred.
High school diploma or
equivalent, active mem-
ber of an evangelical be-
lieving church body, which
will be verified, love of
children and willingness
to serve required. Call
Linda at 904-966-0444 or
904-964-7124.
QUALITY CONTROL - In-
spector for manufactur-
ing facility in Keystone
Heights. Ability to read
and understand blue-
prints. -Knowledge of
tolerances and precision
gages preferred. Ex-
cellent benefits. DFWP,
352-473-4984.


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The R.J.E. Complex has
a gym, which allows
campers such as Austin
Sutton (left) and Tim
Craig (right) the chance
to play basketball.


Summer
fun...
The Starke Recreation
Department has more
than 80 children
attending its summer day
camp program, which
offers children a full day
of fun at the R.J.E.
Complex. ABOVE: (I-r)
Andrew Lingold, Chase
Lamoree and Gernard
Williams play a football
video game. RIGHT: (I-r)
Raynesha Williams,
Shana Frazier and
Levontre Daniels play
football.


:NORMAN
Continued from p.2B
build in North Carolina in
honor of his brother Adam
-:-Petty, who was killed while
':practicing for a race. Norman
-learned that Adam Petty had a
great passion for Camp Boggy
Creek and what it provided for
Sill children.
SNorman said it impressed
her that people such as Austin
Petty and his family would
give of their time to help
others. At that moment, she
decided she wanted to work as
a counselor at the new camp
when it was built.
Victory Junction Gang
Camp opened in the summer
of 2004. Norman went there in
2005, where she served as a
counselor for 13 weeks.
The camp was impressive.
Everything there was created
with NASCAR in mind.
Campers' cabins are decorated
to represent different
NASCAR venues, while camp
facilities have names such as
the Hendricks Motorsports
Fuel Stop (dining area),
Jimmie Johnson Victory Lanes
(bowling), Michael Waltrip
Operation Marathon
Sportscenter, Kurt Busch
Superdome and Kyle Petty
Charity Ride Across America
Water Park.
"It was just like NASCAR
fantasyland,". Norman said.


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Of course, just like Camp
Boggy Creek, Victory Junction
Gang Camp hosts ill. children,
so there are medical facilities
on site. (In keeping with the
NASCAR theme, the medical
center is called Goody's Body
Shop.) That, and the fact
sponsors and donors allow
children to attend free of
charge (it is estimated the cost
of sending a child to camp is
$2,500), enables children with
special needs to enjoy the
summer camp experience.
Since children have so many
activities to keep them busy at
the camp, Norman said she did
not expect to have much one-
on-one time with any of the
campers. She was wrong,
however, and that was OK. It
was, she believes, an enriching
experience for counselors and
campers alike.
"The kids really wanted to
bond with us," Norman said. "I
feel like that's what made me
grow and helped them grow."


Each week of the camp hosts
children with a certain type of
illness. What affected her most
were the AIDS, spina bifida
and cancer weeks, Norman
said.
Being around children with
AIDS was an emotional
experience because in many
cases, those children were sick
because of something their
parents had done, Norman
said.
As far as the children with
cancer, Norman said that was
tough because so many of the
children had been given just so
long to live. Those parents had
to make the tough decision of
giving up a week of time to
spend with their children so
they could go.. to camp.
However, one mother wrote a
letter to the camp that said it
was worth it. Her child died
three weeks after attending the
camp, but for those remaining
weeks of her son's life, the
camp was all he could talk


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"It was hard for her to say
goodbye (for that one-week
period)," Norman said, "but
that was the best time of his
life."
The children with spina
bifida, however, affected
Normal physically as well as
emotionally. Many of those
children were in wheelchairs
and needed counselors to help
them tend to personal tasks
such as showering and getting
dressed.
Norman said the physical
obstacles those children faced
helped her think about how
thankful she should be. Yes,
she has a rare disease that can
have serious repercussions in
her life, but for now, she is
able to live a life that those
children with spina bifida
can't.
"It was amazing to see how
these girls had to live their
lives every day," Norman said.
"It brought me back to, 'Yes, I
have something, but I don't
have to go near what these
children do.' I should be very
appreciative for my life."

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