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Bradford County telegraph
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Starke, FL
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2010
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.

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USPS 062-700 - Two Sections - Starke, Florida


Thursday, February 4, 2010


Woman

found

unconscious

with kids

in car

BY TERESA STONE IRWIN
Times Editor
Carolyn Rebecca.Hamm, 23,.of Lake
Butler, was arrested Jan. 29 by Union'
County Sheriff's Office Deputy Mindy
Goodwin and charged with DUI, inten-
tional abuse of a child and possession
of drug paraphernalia.
At approximately 9 p.m. on Jan. 28,'
Deputy Goodwin was on patrol near
Southwest 2nd Street. in Lake Butler
when she noticed a vehicle pulled over
on the side of the 'road with the lights
on. Deputy Goodwin reported that she
had seen the same vehicle parked in the
same location when she passed by an
hour earlier, so she decided to see if the
driver was in need of assistance.
Goodwin said she saw a female
slumped over in the driver's seat as if
she: were asleep, but the ignition was
on and the vehicle shift was in the drive
position.
Goodwin also observed an infant in a
car seat in the front passenger seat and
a toddler asleep on the rear seat of the
vehicle.
Goodwin immediately turned off the
ignition and removed the keys. She then
called emergency medical personnel to
respond to the scene to check the condi-
tion of the children.
According to Deputy Goodwin,
the female infant in the front seat was
.-awake, but her face was bright red and
her body was. very cold to the touch,
The. infant was found strapped into her
infant car seat. However,.the car seat
was not secured to the vehicle's seat.

See CAR page 5A


Lilly case

focusing on

payroll checks

BY DAN HILDEBRAN
Special to the Telegraph


Prosecutors are now pursuing two
counts of grand theft against the former
president of the North Florida Regional
Chamber of'Commerce.
The Bradford County Sheriff's Of-
fice arrested Ron Lilly at his home last
October after a Starke police report ac-
cused the' ex-president of improperly
instructing a chamber employee to is-
sue him two additional payroll checks.
The police report also made two ad-
ditional allegations against Lilly: first,
that he purchased a golf cart with cham-
ber funds, then sold the vehicle and
pocketed the proceeds; and second, that
he diverted cash intended to fund the
chamber's ATM machine for his per-
sonal use,
But in their latest court filings, pros-
ecutors omitted charges relating to the
golf cart and ATM machine transac-
tions, instead listing ,only two counts
of grand theft, arising from the payroll
checks.
However, Spencer Mann, chief in-
-vestigator and public information offi-
cer for the State Attorney's Office, left
open the possibility-that his office may
still pursue additional charges against
Lilly.
"After review and some follow-up
investigation, the prosecutor filed two
counts of grand theft," Mann wrote in
an e-mail. ."There is some further in-
vestigation currently under way and ad-
ditional charges are possible."
Lilly's attorney, David Redfearn,
denied any wrongdoing on his client's
part.
"The charges have and will continue
to be vigorously defended against in the
courtroom," he wrote in an e-mail, but
he w6uld not comment further on the
case.


Bus carrying soldiers crashes


Twenty-five were Injured when this bus filled with soldiers flipped on its return trip to CampBlanding
Tuesday afternoon. The vast majority of injuries were not critical, although one soldier was flown to
Gainesville. ,


BY JAMES WILLIAMS
Monitor Editor
Shortly before 2:30 -p.m. on Tues-
day, 25 Florida Army National Guard
soldiers from the 690th Military Police
Company were injured. when one of
four military buses in a conn 0o suer' ed
to avoid a collision and overturned on'
S.R. 21 in Cla% Counti .
The three remaining buses were un-
damaged but were'Seen still parked off
the road at the site of the accident. -
Florida Highway Patrol troopers
were on the scene as the lead agency
working the crash. Guardsmen, Clay'
County deputies and others stopped
traffic, which backed up as much as a
mile in both directions. Many motorists
sat for a while and then left the queue to
turn around.
A helicopter landing zone was set
up on S.R. 2l, between C.R. 315C and
C.R. 352. First responders on the scene
requested two helicopters. Clay Fire
Rescue and Bradford County Rescue
sent as many as six emergency vehicles.
to the site. Other rescue units were pro-
vided by the Camp Blanding station.',
The accident occurred east of Camp
Blanding Joint Training Center, where


the soldiers were training. One of the
injured .was in critical but not life-
threatening condition and was airlifted
to Shands in Gainesville.
There were 30 .personnel total on the
bus involved in the crash. Another 18
injured people %\ ere taken by ambulance
to Shands Hospital in Gaines\ ile, Or-
ane' Park Medical Center and Shands
SStarke, Cla3 Countvy Fire.ResQcue Ser-
vices personnel responded to the scene
apd coordinated immediate, medical
care and life-flight helicopters.
The remaining soldiers were trans-
ported to Camp Blanding to receive
mental health counseling as required
by Florida National Guard policy after
*accidents and other traumatic incidents.
Some additional injuries were discov-
ered upon return to the 'base according
to Lt. Col. Ron Tittle, bringing the total
number injured to 25.
When the scene was cleared and
most of the trainees had been removed,
officers were beginning to investigate
the accident. Workmen laid down pa-
per matting along the underside of the
bus to soak up any possible leaking oil
and gas. - .'
A 15-foot rut dug by one of the tires
on the bus ran along the side of the S.R.


21 pavement, where the bus left the as-
phalt roadway. The rut was followed by
white marks where the bus had :tipped
over and skidded along the highway
on its side for approximately 10 to 20
feet. Parked along the highway were the
other transport buses and humvees pull-
ing caissons.
One witness at the scene said' he was
following the com\ U after leaving
Keystone Heights, and noticed three or
four buses ahead. Suddenly, the man
said, the middle bus started to swejve
back and forth, but he couldn't tell why
it started.
According to the report released by
the Florida Highway Patrol, the over-
turned bus was following behind a con-
voy of .other military vehicles. Traffic
ahead of the bus began to slow, and'
- the driver, 23-year-old Jason Robert
Turner of Burke, Va., failed to observe
the slowing traffic in time. He swerved
onto the grass shoulder to avoid a colli-
sion, the "oversteered" the bus back to
the left, causing it to overturn onto its
right side.
The 690th Military Police Company
is based in Crystal River.


Who will be the next Strawberry Queen?
Will it be (1-r) Samantha Balkcom, whose platform is "Don't Stop Believing" and who plans to show off
her vocal talent? She Is sponsored by Sonny's BBQ. Or will it be Courtney Beck, who is sponsored by
Archie Tanner Funeral Home and Noegel's Auto Sales? Her platform is "Equestrian Therapy for Disabled
Children" and her talent is sign language. Could it be Dana Kay Slowey, who will present a monologue
and her platform "Instilling Morals in Today's Youth." She is sponsored by Dr. Tracie Starling of Starling
Family Dentistry. For more on the annual pageant, see inside.


No relief


for. storm


victims
BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor
The community may have pulled
together to assist those affected by a
tornado two weeks ago, but they won't
be receiving any federal disaster assis-
tance.
The county was appalled to learn that
its residents wouldn't qualify based on
the amount of damaged incurred, even
though an estimated 70 percent of those
who received damage to their homes
were living in low-income households
and were uninsured.,
Emergency Management Director
Brian Johns told the county commit-
sion Monday that he applied early for
funding assistance from the Federal
Emergency Management Agency, but
even at that stage he was told the county
would probably be ineligible for assis-
tance.
"We tried every option with FEMA
to try to get this approved," Johns said.
He said -the damage amounted to
between $2-5 million to $3 million in
damage to homes alone.
Gov. Charlie Crist has requested,
that the Small-Business Administration
make a physical disaster declaration
and offer low interest loans to the af-.
fected residents.
Information about the loans was de-
livered directly to residents. Applica-
tions and application assistance will
also be available in the emergency
management office, although Johns
predicted little interest given the finan-
cial hardship many of these residents
are already under.
Commissioners were surprised Brad-
ford was ineligible for other assistance,
particularly given the count\ s. fisciall
constrained status. Commissioner Ed-
die Lewis said somewhere someone's-
priorities aren't right.
The New. River Regional Landfill has
waived disposal fees for storm debris
and temporarily extended its hours of
operation.
Assessments of the damage differ.
According to the state 18 homes or busi-
nesses were destroyed while another 22
sustained major damage. The county's
own count placed the number of homes
destroyed at 23, while another 28 sus-
tained major damage. Minor damage
was noted at 25 homes, and another 19
were listed as affected.

See RELIEF page 5A



Juvenile


struck by


vehicle on


S.R. 121
BY TERESA STONE IRWIN
'Times Editor

On-Jan. 29, a' 16-year-old male pe-
destrian was struck by a vehicle on S.R.
121 in Union County.
At approximately 5:30 .p.m., William
H. Chase was attempting to run across
the street on S.R. 121 in the direction of
the Union County Riding Club arena.
The juvenile failed to yield to on-
coming traffic and was struck by a ve-
hicle driven by Melissa J. Touchstone,
37, also of Lake Butler. The right front
of Touchstone's vehicle struck the right.
side of Chase, causing him to become
airborne for approximately 80 feet.
A witness at the scene administered
CPR to Chase who was flown by heli-
copter to-Shands UF in Gainesville. He
received head trauma and is reportedly
is stable condition.
Touchstone, who was visibly shaken
and distressed as a result of the acci-
dent, was uninjured.


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2A __Bradford County Telegraph * Tuesday, February 4, 2010


School

project
BY MARK J. CRAM
Telegraph Edit
The school district ha
begun delivering a dream
forecast for.next year, a
won't have a sense of
things really are until M
For this school yea
funding increased fou
because of stimulus do
are being used to fund
but overall revenue w
$1.2 million because of
-the state, which Financi
Julee Tinsler called a
hit.:
State and local rev'el
up 80 percent of the
budget. Two-tenths of
cent of the money recei
the state comes from
lottery, a fact that dre
les from those assembly
Brooker Elementary ca
hear Tinsler's present
week. The amount has
greatly over time, she sa
means salaries once pai
that money (primarily f
music instruction) ha
shFfted to other areas.
The rest of, that 80 p
a combination of state
"revenue, much of which
to=pay for salaries, al
certain amount of stat
comes with strings
meaning it can only be
certain categorical Ik
structure. -


budget Windsor

ions look grim residents,

WFORD enrollment eases the strain to a staff help
or certain extent, but the money the
district is losing based on a fewer hungr
as already number of students also takes its
ary budget toll, Tinsler said.
although it A lot of burden has been shift-
F how bad ed to federal stimulus dollars, . - ra..
lay. which are only temporary.
.r, federal . The district spends 81 percent '
ir percent of its budget on employee sala-
ollars that ries and benefits, 7 percent on
positions, purchased services, 4 percent on.
vas down energy, 4 percent on materials. 2 .. ,
cuts from percent on capital outlay and 2 - 4 .ON
e Director percent on other expenses.
dramatic Because so much of the bud- -
get pays for employees, this area
nue make has been most affected by bud- - .
district's "get cuts. A number of positions
one per- have been cut, although the dis- ,
ived from trict has so far been able to avoid
the state layoffs. Administrative positions
w chuck- are down 29 percent, support
led in the staff is down 11.7 percent and'
Lfeteria to instructional positions are down
nation last 9.3 percent.
decreased That translates to a loss of
aid, which more than 26 teachers, 20 para- ,
d for with professionals, more than 5 cleri-
or art and cal workers, six bus drivers, three .
ive been secretaries, one media specialist, .,
one custodian, two principals,
percent is five assistant principals, etc.
and local The district hasn't been able to
h is used meet the salary terms of its con- ,
though a tract with the teachers union. The
e money school board swapped nearly
attached, .$225,000 in tax revenue normal-
spent for ly used for capital costs to offer
ke infra- a one-time employee bonus. The
S"" iiorihas rejected the offer. - .


Revenue based on the Florida Tinsler said 'the district and
Education Finance Program has union are currently at an impasse
taRen a"severe nosedive"Tinsler. with a hearing coming up. She
'sail. There was spike in funding said $20,000 of the money that
twM years ago, which was when would have been used for bonus-
the last contract with teachers es has been spent to defend the
union was signed. '. -. district in this action.
Statewide, the state under- The union's latest offer was
shot the number of'students who two step increases plus a 3 per-
would be in the system, meaning cent raise, and it wants the dis-
thE money budgeted had to be trict to cover the cost of insur-
spread out among more students. ance increases.
Bradford lost $90,000 mostly ."I don't have the money for
due to this recalculation, Tinsler that, but that's'the last thing
said. they've got o'n the table," Tinsler
While some students have re- said.
turned to Florida,public schools It doesn't 'appear more mone-
during the recession, enrollment is on the %%a% either. Tinsler said
continues to drop in Bradford, revenue projections forthesitate's
which is another reason school next budget are stagnant or do\\ n
funding is dow n. . . ' .... *.J . .._ ..
:Local enrollment has ~een orn ,hi-te T-rnorkrs pic- . k. "
the: decline since .1996-97, she budget and it proposed increased
s id. in education spending.
:One thing that was only brief- Like last year, Tinsler is tak-
lyi touched on but that schools ing -her presentation to various
lTready know very well are the school and other groups, but she
class size requirements that go also encouraged anyone with
into effect in the fall and the budget .questions to contact her
additional strain that will put at the district office.
on district resources. Declining



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iBY MARK J. CRAWFORD
. Telegraph Editor
',Some school system employ-
ees were double-checking their
W-2 forms this week trying to.
Figure out why they were short a
paycheck for 2009.
-'According to the district, the
Confusion resulted from the,
change in the school start date.
The missing paycheck will show.
:up-in 2010.
School Finance Director Julee
Tinsler explained the union con-
tract states that employees will
S ceive a check "on Aug. 15. In
;the past, 10-month employees
:would start work at the beginning
.of the month and students would
start school around the seventh
of the month.
The Legislature has since dic-
_tated that school won't begin any
'earlier than two weeks prior to
-Labor Day, so a mid month pay-
ment has been pushed to the end
of the month.
The calendar shift took place
at the beginning of the 2007-08
school year, Tinsler said. Em-
ployees were told at the begin-
ning of 2007 that paycheck they
would normally receive mid
.month would not come until
Aug. 30 due to the shift.
"This was conveyed to all
employees via a letter that was
jointly signed by the superin-
tendent and the union president.
This resulted in them having one
less check in calendar year 2007
and more check in calendar year
2008," Tinsler said, emphasizing
that employees were paid the full
amount due them. The only dif-
ference was timing.


See PAY page 5A


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Norman Kirk


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Bring in your Valentine
message by Friday, Feb. 5. We will print it
the Feb. 11 issue of the Regional News,.
Section, Bradford County Telegraph, Lake
Region Monitor and Union County Times.


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Cheer battling knights, birds of prey and human chess games.,
Visit the marketplace where artisans sell their wares.
Performances by magicians, musicians and jesters.
www.gvlculturalaffairs.org

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Taylor, you're so loving,
so gentle and kind!
We will always love you,
our valentine!
Happy Valentine's Day!
Love, Mommy and Daddy


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occupational therapist Jennifer Hartwig, chef Mike Shifflet, nursing assistant Su-
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Terry Hansen. Participation was so great they plan' to hold another successful
drive in the future.


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Tuesday, February 4, 2010 * Bradford County Telegraph 3JA


O'Neal answers engineer's criticism


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor

New River Regional I and-
fill Executive Director Darrell
O'Neal recently responded to a
number of points raised by the
landfill's former engineer Frank
Darabi.
In November, Darabi appar-
ently met with the manager for
Baker County and Mark Hartley,
a -Baker County commissioner
who has sat on the New River
Solid Waste Association in the
past and has just returned to the
board. He followed that meeting
up with a letter expressing his
concerns about landfill manage-
ment.
Darabi lost his contract with
the landfill to Jones, Edmunds
and Associates in 2008 when re-
peated questions about engineer-
ing costs and billing methods
were not resolved to the board's
satisfaction.
Bradford County had changed
engineers and saved money, ac-
cording to Bradford Commis-
sioner Eddie Lewis, and he en-
couraged the association to do
the same.
O'Neal presented his rebuttal
to Darabi's letter before the as-
sociation members last month,
including the former engineer's
claim that Jones Edmunds "has
much higher rates."
O'Neal discussed the differ-
ences in the contracts and bill-
ing methods. The landfill board
signed a contract with Jones
Edmunds for time and materials
with an expense cap placed on
each project.The landfill is billed
for the time Jones Edmunds em-
ployees spend on a project, plus a
3.1 multiplier, and for expenses.
Because they employ more than
200 engineers, architects and sci-
entists, most of the work for the
landfill can be done ip house.
Darabi, on the other hand,
subcontracted work to firms like
Jones Edmunds and received
a lump sum for each project.
O'Neal said that allowed Darabi
to pass on the direct cost of the
work plus a contractual 15 per-
cent markup.
Unlike invoices from Jones
Edmunds, which detail each
employee who worked on a par-
ticular project, ho".mStA hours.
they contributed fl t that rate,
Darabi's invoices contained no
information on what was paid to
subcontractors, so it was impos-
sible to determine actual mark-
ups or effective billing rates,



Fashion show
raising money
in Kramer's
memory
-St. Patrick Council of Catho-
lic Women is hosting its fifth
annual fashion show to benefit
The Kramer, Wasner and Weth-
erijngton Memorial Scholarship
Fund for St. Patrick's Interparish
School.
-The scholarship fund was re-
named in 2008 after Danielle
Kramer tragically lost her life
due to another motorist.
Mary Kramer, an active mem-
ber of the CCW who created
much of the fashion show, real-
ized she was not the only mother
in the council who had lost a
young daughter. The fund was
renamed for Danielle Kramer,
Amanda Wetherington who also
attended St. Patrick's School
and lost her battle with cancer in
1998, and Katie Wasner, whose
life tragically ended when hit by
ahmotorist while on a bicycle in
1999.
: These women have chosen
to remember their daughters by
helping others; it is a perfect trib-
ute for the month of love. The fa-
thers of these young women are
also very involved in making the
e'ent happen.
fThe fashion show will take
place this Saturday, Feb. 6, at
2 p.m. in the St. Patrick School
gym, 550 N.E. 16th Ave. in
Gainesville. Fashion show ce-
lebrities include Barry Warren,
a captain with the Starke Police
Department, and these special
moms.


: T i- heme is "The Love Boat"
and a beautiful afternoon buffet
will be served.
i For more information con-
tact Mary Kramer at 904-364-
6979. Tickets can be picked up
at WEAG 106.3 on South Water
Street in Starke.


O'Neal said.
As far as a direct comparison
of costs that Darabi requested
was concerned, O'Neal said a
comparison for the relatively
short time since the change of
engineers would not be meaning-
ful. The annual budget can vary
widely based on projects like new
cell construction. Still, he said a
10-year review of engineering
costs shows that payments to
Jones Edmunds are consistent
with engineering costs incurred
in prior years.
Darabi also complained about
overtime that was paid to the as-
sistant director, Perry Kent, who
is a salaried employee, in order
to pad his salary. O'Neal said la-
bor law entitled Kent to overtime
as a working supervisor. He and
other employees were paid over-
time that was within the board's
budget for in-house work on
landfill construction that saved
the board millions in construc-
tion costs, O'Neal said.
"Paying overtime to Perry
and the other equipment opera-
tors was a small price to pay for
the cost savings it produced," he
said.
Also related to Kent was
Darabi's accusation that the em-
ployment of Kent's mother in
the landfill's finance office was
inappropriate. O'Neal explained
that Kent's mother was an assis-
tant, not the finance director, as
Darabi had claimed and that she
had retired after four years of ser-
vice during which no issues about
her employment were raised.
O'Neal said she had been the
most qualified of three candi-
dates who applied for the posi-
tion, with 30 years 9f experience
working for a CPA. Even still,-he
had conversations with the board
chairman and legal representa-
tion at the time before hiring her.
There was a clear separation of
duties between the finance office
and the supervision of operations
and construction and no reason
was found not to hire her.
"At no time did Perry have
supervisory authority over Ms.
Kent," O'Neal said, adding that


Kent did not become assistant di-
rector of the landfill until around
the time of his mother's retire-
ment.
Darabi also attacked the "close
relationships between staff and
Jones Edmunds" and the "mini-
mal supervision" of landfill staff
by board members or the mem-
ber counties. He went so far as
calling the current state a "disas-
ter ready to happen."
Far from denying closeness
with Jones Edmunds staff mem-
bers, O'Neal said he considers
them an extension of the staff at
the landfill and said that same
quality of relationship had ex-
isted with Darabi.
As. for supervision, O'Neal
said he is in regular contact with
the board chairman and other
board members and does his best
to keep the board up to date on
all current issues. Other than
that, Darabi provided no specific
example of how the status quo
was as unsafe or imprudent as he
claimed.
O'Neal questioned the purity
of Darabi's concerns. Though
Darabi claimed no ulterior mo-
tive, O'Neal claimed that Darabi
had tried to get hired by Alachua
County by claiming he could
help the county get out of its
contract with the landfill, a move
that would cost the landfill mil-
lions in annual revenue.
One point not as successfully
defended was Darabi's claim that
he had been denied records by the
landfill. O'Neal said Darabi had
requested the continuing receipt
of board meeting agendas and
minutes via e-mail, but the pol-
icy was not to grant standing re-
quests. Instead, specific requests
would need to be made for those
documents every month.
O'Neal suggested a change in
this policy would increase staff's
workload, but in fact, electronic
copies of agendas and minutes
are already being sent out to me-
dia each month. To provide the
same for Darabi would simply
require adding his e-mail address
to the list.


A NEW SET OF WHEELS FOR THE 'SILVER BULLET'


Lawtey Police Chief Butch Jordan recently received keys to his newest "Sliver Bullet,"
according to Bradford County Sheriff's Office Capt. Brad Smith. It was the first of
numerous vehicles purchased with the Byrne Grant BCSO secured last year. Smith
said these grant funds have been available for the past decade, but this is the first
time Bradford County has
been awarded the grant
to purchase vehicles for
other local agencies as
well. Lawtey and Hampton
each received one Crown
Victoria while Starke Police
Department received
three. BCSO obtained C
six vehicles for patrol, i Br
and older patrol vehicles
were transferred to non- T .
emergency positions.
Jordan is pictured above* *
receiving the keys from
Sheriff Gordon Smith. I A Sweetheart of


Heart Health
Luncheon
is Feb. 5
A free Heart Health Luncheon
will be held in the Shands Starke
atrium on Friday, Feb. 5, at
noon.
The luncheon will feature guest
speaker Dr. Jamie Conti from the
University of Florida.
Feb. 5 is also National Wear
Red Day in support to women's
heart disease awareness.


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4A Bradford County Telegraph * Tuesday, February 4, 2010


Santa Fe College Boots 'n BBQ

Cook-off returns next weekend


Can 't-miss events
include chain saw
art, cake auction,
quilt display
Take one look at the lineup for
this year's Boots 'n BBQ Cook-
off and you'll realize that this is
not your ordinary competition.
Sure, there's the finger-lick-
in' sauces and ,the smoky at-
iposphere, but it's not the extra
spices added to the barbecue
sauce or the high-energy grilling
that lends this cook-off its unique
flavor-it's the mission and the
variety.
There's nothing quite like
walking from cake to cake at the
baking auction, only to hear the
nearby sounds of a chain saw
artist creating his art. Visitors
will even have the chance to par-
ticipate in the Literacy Festival,
which encourages people to learn
to read, no matter what age.they
are.
The heart of the second annual
took-off lies with education. All
proceeds raised go directly to
Santa Fe College's Dollars For
Scholars Scholarship Program
t~ aid Bradford County stu-
dents' higher education dreams.
Last year, more than $8,000
,vas raised. Kathryn Lehman,
the event coordinator, hopes to
exceed $10,000 with this year's
vent, which will be held Friday,
teb. 12, from 5-10 p.m. and Sat-
6rday, Feb. 13, from 9 a.m.-6
p.m. at the Bradford County
Fairgrounds in Starke. Admis-
sion is $3 daily; children under
12 enter for free.
S"A series of public meetings
was held to look for a fundrais-
ing opportunity that would also
promote tourism and family
fun," said Lehman of the event's
background. "A barbecue cook-
off with other activities seemed
like a great plan."
This year, approximately 40
participants will band together


not only to compete in the cook-
off but also to show their support
for Bradford County students.
The cook-off is sanctioned by
the Florida Barbecue Associa-
tion, which means that winners
can earn points toward state
championship awards and take
home accolades in one of the
four categories: chicken, pork
ribs, pork and beef brisket.
"Every successful barbecue
contest I have attended was,
at the heart of it, a charitable
event," says Dennis Schmitz, the
FBA representative for the Boots
'n BBQ contest. "The entire bar-
becue family, not just the FBA,
is a great bunch of people."
Forrest Dilmore, owner of
Forrest's Fine Foods, exempli-
fies the friendly spirit of the bar-
becue cook-off. He says there's a
lot of camaraderie among profes-
sional competitors because they
all share a passion for creating
delicious food. Dilmore got start-
ed with barbecue competitions
because of a "double-dog dare"
from some of his friends, placed
fourth overall last year, and will
return to compete again with the
same dedication and precision.
"There's an awful lot that goes
into it," Dilmore said of compe-
tition preparation. "There's a lot
of time in meat selection because
you want to select good quality,
above average pieces of meat. I
spend a lot of time getting it ready
for a number one product."
But the cook-off is only one
aspect of the entire event..Many
others will come together to en-
tertain visitors or demonstrate
their crafts, all in the name of the
scholarship fund. Here are three
can't-miss events:
Chain Saw Art Chain saw
art is a new and upcoming art
form that skillfully combines the
roughness of a chain saw with
the elegance of sculpture. Mal
McEwen, who was introduced
to chain saw art'nearly 17 years
ago, will demonstrate his artistry


by showing how he can carve
figures in an hour using both
large and small chain saws.
McEwen estimates that there
are fewer than 4,000 chain saw
artists worldwide, which makes
the chance to see a live demon-
stration a unique opportunity.
With chain saw art, nearly any-
thing can emerge from a large
enough piece of wood: grizzly
bears, bald eagles and even the
likeness of a pet dog.
"We make it look easier than
it truly is," said McEwen. "What-
we do is dangerous. We wear full
protection--eye protection, hear-
ing protection."
While chain saw carving is
dangerous, McEwen offers a kid-
friendly option to let the younger
ones get in on the action. Chil-
dren use plastic knives with 'bars
of soap or potatoes, and McEwen
shows them how to carve some-
thing simple. Visitors to Boots
'n BBQ will be able to catch this
unusual art demonstration, which
. McEwen guarantees will deliver
"the speed and sound of moto-
cross and the skill and accuracy
of a brain surgeon." .
Quilt Display Indulge your
crafty side by stopping at the
large quilting booth. The quilt
display is a tribute to Lucille
Payne, a much loved Sunday
school teacher and mentor at
First Baptist Church in Jackson-
ville.
Payne taught many people at
the church how to sew prayer
quilts, which could then be do-
nated to people in need. Each
quilt is extremely detailed and,
often, each block will share a
spiritual message or tell a story.
"With the booth, we want to
illuminate Lucille," said Martha
Smith, who is organizing the dis-
play. Smith hopes that when peo-
Spie see actual quilts in addition to
the photos of the 155 quilts the
church has made over the past
two years, people will be encour-
aged to learn how to make their


P Dollywood.

Entertainment





James Rogers Show


Feb. 20, 7:00 PM


BHS Auditorium

Tickets at door


James Rogers donates his time to help feed
S the people of Bradford County.


S*Great Entertainment
* Wonderful Cause - All proceeds to the
* Food Pantry
* Now more than ever area people need help
with a little extra food. Help your neighbor
and enjoy some great entertainment and
fun.

Buy your advance tickets at the
Bradford County Telegraph - 1 31 W. Call St., Starke, FL

Don't miss this Professional Entertainment at affordable prices.


own prayer quilts. The quilting
won't just display an intricate
craft, but a sense of community.
Cake Auction The cake auc-
tion complements the savory aro-
mas of the barbecue by offering
the chance to satisfy your sweet
tooth. The bakers come from all
over Florida and from a variety
of backgrounds. Some bake as
a hobby, some for a living, and
others have been baking since
childhood.
Chrissy Allen, who owns
Chrissy's Old Meeting House
Cafd in Starke and bakes nearly
40 cakes a week, said she'll be


submitting either a six-layer
chocolate and peanut butter cake
or her much-loved carrot cake.
Allen is no stranger to cake auc-
tions, and her cakes have sold for
as high as $400.
Allen learned to bake from her
grandmother, and she follows the
same philosophy she learned as a
kid: throw it all together. She'll
throw it all together into a deca-
dent cake to present alongside
treats such as candy-bar cakes
and triple-layered vanilla con-
coctions. Just like the barbecue,
all proceeds from the cake auc-
tion go toward the scholarship


fund-and it doesn't get anl
sweeter than that. 4
For an application or mote
information call 352-395-5355,
904-964-5382, ext. 5355: or <-
mail kathryn.lehman@sfcolleg4
edu. Visit www.sfcollege.edui/
bradfordfest. *
SFC Boots 'n BBQ is spoi
scored by Santa Fe College, SF
Foundation, State of Florida Cul-
tural Affairs Division, Bradford
County Tourist Development
Council, the city of Starke, and
radio station WEAG.


NOTICE OF ZONING CHANGE
The Board of County Commissioners of Bradford County, Florida proposes to
amend the Bradford County Land Development Regulations, as amended,,
hereinafter referred to as the Land Development Regulations, within the area
shown on the map below, as follows:
(1) LDR 09-4, an application by the Board of County Commissioners, to amend the,
text of the Land Development Regulations by amending Section 5.5, entitled,
Special Exceptions to add the processing, storage, and sale of agricultural.
products and commodities which are not raised on the premises, and livestock or.
poultry slaughter house to the list of permitted special exceptions within a
Agricultural-2 land use category provided that, no building used for these activities-
shall be located within three hundred (300) feet of any side or rear lot line and have
a minimum of fifteen (15) acres of property.
(2) Z 09-6, an application by the Board of County Commissioners, to amend the'
Official Zoning Atlas of the Land Development Regulations by changing the zoning
district from RURAL RESIDENTIAL (RR) and AGRICULTURAL (A-1) toe
AGRICULTURAL (A-1) and RURAL RESIDENTIAL (RR) on property described, as.
follows:
From RURAL RESIDENTIAL (RR) to AGRICULTURAL-1 (A-1)
A parcel of land lying within Sections 7 and 18, Township 7 South, Range 20 East,'
Bradford County, Florida. Being more particularly described, as follows: The West
1/2 of the Southeast 1/4 of said Section 7 and the West 1/2 of the Northeast 1/4 of.
said Section 18.
Containing 160.00 acres, more or less. AND
From AGRICULTURAL-1 (A-1) to. RURAL RESIDENTIAL (RR) A parcel pf land
lying within Section 8, Township 7 South, Range 20 East, Bradford County, Florida.
Being more particularly described, as follows: The Northeast 1/4 of said Section 8.:
Containing 160.00 acres, more or less.
All total lands contain 320.00 acres, more or less.




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PURSUANT TO AN APPLICATION, LDR 09-4, BY THE BOARD OF COUNTY





















COMMISSIONERS; PROVIDING FOR AMENDING SECTION 5.5, ENTITLED,"




LAND USE CATEGORY PROVIDED THAT, NO BUILDING USED FOR THESE.



ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT, AND PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE
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DMrecting Rofon, County Courthouse located at 945 North Temple Avenue, Nrta
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notice concerning the matters will be published.'


above.






____ Tuesday, February 4, 2010 - Bradford County Telegraph A


What is


grass


tetany?

A COLUMN BY TIM WILSON
jr. UF/IFAS Bradford County
;; Extension Director

Raising
cattle can be
a rewarding
experience
for many ,
people. As
the winter
iolls through
northeastt

these cattle . .

ibly being
fed hay, grain and if available,
jome winter forages such as
riiall grains and ryegrass pas-
iures. These types of forages usu-


ally provide an excellent source
of nutrition; however, there are
some precautions that should be
taken during the winter months.
What is grass tetany?
Grass tetany is a nutritional
imbalance in cattle resulting from
reduced magnesium levels in the
blood and is sometimes referred
to as grass staggers, winter tetany
or hypomagnesemic tetany and a
variety of other names. This nu-
tritional stress may occur while
grazing the first lush growth of
high quality small grains ,and
ryegrass pastures. These fast
growing pastures may be high in
nitrogen and low in magnesium.
As these forages mature, the like-
lihood of a problem is reduced.

How can you prevent grass
tetany?
Prevention is the key to avoid-
ing grass tetany. Supply a com-
plete mineral supplement that
is high in magnesium (10-15
percent) prior to feeding small
grains and ryegrass pastures and
this condition should not become
a problem..


What are the signs your cat-
tle have grass tetany?
Signs of grass tetany include
nervousness, lack of coordina-
tion, muscular spasms, stagger-
ing and death.

What should you do if you
think your cattle already have
grass tetany?
Since cattle can die from this
condition soon after the first signs
of grass tetany are observed, con-
tact your large animal veterinar-
ian immediately to diagnose and
treat the affected animals.
(Source: Newman et al., UFI
IFAS)

.Upcoming programs: 20th
Annual Tri-County Pesticide
Update - Feb 16 * Introduc-
tory Pond Management Update
- Feb. 25 * Weed Management
Update March 1 * Fertilizer Al-
ternatives Workshop - March
8.
If you have questions regard-
ing grass tetany, or would like to
attend one of the workshops list-
ed above, feel free to contact me
at any time at 904-966-6224.


Full Gospel Church, located
near the Bradford-Union
county line. is having a
homecoming re\ ival Feb. 7-9
with sister Ann Ne" mans.
Bring a co\ ered dish for
the dinner on the grounds
following the Sunday morning
service, which begins at 11
a.m. Service that night will
begin at 6 p.m., and at 7 p.m.
on the following nights.

Trinity Baptist Church of
Lake Butler will hold revival


Feb. 7-10 with Dr. Charles
Shoemaker, president of
Trinity. Baptist College.
SundaN ser' ices are at 10
a.m., 11 a.m. and 1:30 p.m.
Weeknight sern ices are at 7
p.m. All are invited. For more
information; please call 386-'
496-3196.

New Bethel Baptist Church
will be celebrating its deacon,
trustee and deaconess
anniversary Sunday, Feb.
14, at, 3:30 p.m. Everyone is


welcome.

E-mail the details of your
congregation's upcoming
special events to editor@
bctelegraph.com. DEADLINE
IS MONDAY AT 5 P.M.


January Terrific Kids at Southside


Patients

waiting less

for hospital

care

A COLUMN FROM SHANDS
STARKE
By Andrea Waterhouse

Change is inevitable. We at
Stands Starke are always search-
ing for positive changes that will
provide a better service for our
Patients and their family.
One of these changes occurred
18 months ago with the expan-
ion of our emergency depart-
nent from a five-bed unit to a
0-bed unit.
| With the additional space we
found that we needed additional
provider coverage, so we made a
change and transferred our nurse
practitioner, Clay Gilhooly, from
the Shands Medical Group to the
emergency department. This al-
lowed additional coverage for 12
hours during the perceived busi-
I


est time of the day.
Another innova- i
tive change that we
have initiated .is the
practice of bringing
patients straight back
into a room from the
triage encounter and
utilizing bedside reg-
istration to register
the patient and ob-
tain insurance infor-
mation in the room.
This eliminates one
step if the waiting
process allowing pa-
tients to be registered at the bed-
side While enabling treatment to
be started.
We are noting much approval
with this change, which will
hopefully greatly lessen your
wait time for our emergency ser-
vices.
We value your input on the ser-
vices provided and any sugges-
tions you may have to improve
these services. Patient survey
forms are provided at th'e emer-
gency department, and more im-
portantly, are highly scrutinized
for their comments and sugges-


CAR RELIEF
continued from Page 1A Continued from Page 1A


deputy Goodwin said the sleep-
ing male toddler in the back seat
ivas not in a child safety seat and
Ivas not wearing a seat belt. She
said he was also very cold to the
touch.
Goodwin said she attempted to
awaken Hamm numerous times
by calling her name and shaking
'ter, but there was no response.
Deputy Goodwin said she pulled
the woman's head back and she
finally opened her eyes.
i ,Hamm was ordered to step out
o' the vehicle an-daltegiedly told
She deputy that she remembered
leaving a friend's house in Provi-
dence and stopping her vehicle to
iry to get the driver's side win-
dow rolled up. Hamm .stated that
the had been really tired and that
mnaybe her medication had made
her sleepy.
e Goodwin said Hamm alleg-
edly admitted to taking a Xanax
earlier in the evening and also
admitted that she did not have
a prescription. Hamm also told
Deputy Goodwin that she was
taking a prescribed medication,
Lexapro. Deputy Goodwin stat-
ed that Hamm continually cried
while trying to talk. Hamm was
4lso allegedly having trouble
walkingg and came close to fall-
ing numerous times.
i Both children were placed in-
side an ambulance in an attempt
t6p keep them warm and evaluate
their medical, conditions. UCSO
IPeputy Ken Smith made contact
yith the children's father who
lived nearby.
i During a search of Hamm's ve-
hicle, a crack pipe was allegedly
fund under the driver's seat.
HIamm was arrested and trans-
ported to the Union County Jail
\,here she failed sobriety tests be-
fbre refusing to submit to a urine
test. She was later transferred to
tbe Bradford County Jail because
the Union facility does not have
In area to hold females.
! Her bond was set at $11,000
and she was released on bond
JYan. 30.


The county's grand total was
95 homes damaged in some way.
Eighty-one were occupied by the
homeowner, with renters occu-
pying the remaining 14.
This is outside of damage to
barns, sheds and other property.
The tornado traveled nearly
seven miles from west of Bayless
Highway to the east side of U.S.
301 on Jan. 21. The path of de-
struction was a quarter of a mile
wide, Johns said.
The county commission
scheduled a special meeting for
Wednesday morning. Staff said
commissioners would be voting
on a resolution calling for a re-
consideration of the county's eli-
gibility for emergency funds.
There was also talk at Mon-
day's meeting of the county
joining with other fiscally con-
strained governments to request
change. Commissioner Ross
Chandler said everyone gets hit
eventually and the threshold to
receive assistance should be low-
er for counties with greater need.
Commissioner Doyle Thomas
suggested using unanticipated
revenue recently allocated by
the landfill to the county for as-.
sistance to the worst affected
families.



PAY
Continued from Page 1A

Tinsler said the following year,
the union demanded to be paid
according to the schedule con-
tained in the contract or a claim
of unfair labor practice would
be filed against the district. The
superintendent at the time ac-
quiesced, which resulted in the
10-month employees receiving
a check on Aug. 15 even though
they didn't begin work until Aug.
I 1.
That did not stand this year.
Ten-month employees did not re-
turn to school until Aug. 18, and
Tinsler said state statute and log-


tions.
. We are striving to reduce ou
wait times and to make the bes
out of an unfortunate circum
stance in which you find yourself
in need of emergency services
-One online article cites Florida
.as the 43"' worst state in the na
tion for waiting times to receive
an initial examination. It wa
said that this could take as 'long
as five hours to occur.
Shands Starke's goal is ti
reduce wait times and provide
quality emergency services to
you and your family.
,. . .--rC .I


ic both prohibit paying employ
ees before service is rendered, s(
checks did not go out on Aug. 15
Instead the first check was pai
on Aug. 30.
"This resulted in one less chec
for calendar year 2009 and there
will be one more in calendar yea
2010," Tinsler said. When all i
said and done, employees will re
ceive the full amount contract
to them, she said.
Tinsler said one of the contract
changes currently being negoti


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Kiwanis Terrific Kids at Southside Elementary School for January were (front-back, 1-r)
Alana Hendrieth, Andrew Hurst, Reese Robinson, Kylee Davis, Charles Barnes, Riley
Murrhee, Mattison Warren, Logan Andrews, Shane Garber, Hastyn Eaves, Samantha
Womack, John Hipps, DaVeyon Moss, Latrell Highsmith, JoAnna Smith, DeJuan
Jefferson, Terry Spaulding, Maegan Crawford, Austin Sutton, Hannah Waters, Hannah
Cottis, Tamya Coleman, Alyssa Garland, Shania Gainey, Shelby Wilkison, Markayla
Sanford and Caleb Patray. Teacher of the Month was Tony Buzzella.


o ated is the Aug. 15 payment date. Trail Ridge
T ThI w d "like he ,con- - _ ,
he first payroll t al returns
b dt"Virill?' ploximately two
weeks after preplanning begins.- in ' farc l
- This would allow for a check on The Lawtey Trail Ridge Festi-
Aug. 15 if the start times are ever val will be held on Saturday and
- moved up again. If they stay the Sunday, March 6 and 7, down-
o same, checks would go out at the town Lawtey.
5. end of the month instead. The atmosphere will be alive
d "We acknowledge that this with family friendly programs,
shifting back and forth of the food, crafts, demonstrations,
k first paycheck for 10-month em- children's activities, entertain-
e ployees has caused problems," ment, a car show, and a pageant.
ir Tinsler said. "We look forward The event is free and open to the
s to the union working with us on public.
- this issue so that our employees Vendors are needed. Spaces
d can have stability with their in- are $25. Applications with de-
come stream as well as with their tailed. vendor requirements
:t tax situation." may be downloaded via http://
i- exactideals.com/trf/app.pdf, or


request a copy by calling 904-
782-3468 or e-mailing u .tlrf@
exactideals.com: ...-- +

Nursing program
applications
available
LPN applications are no\A
available at the Bradford-Unioi
Area Career Technical Cente'
from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday
through Friday. Stop by student
services at 609 N. Orange St. Fop
more information, please calf
904-966-6769.
Applications for the PCT pro:
gram will be available beginning:
Feb.9.
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6A Bradford County Telegraph * Tuesday, February 4, 2010


L LEGALS



IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE 8TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO:04-2006-CA-511
DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL
TRUST COMPANY, AS TRUSTEE
PLAINTIFF
VS.
YOLANDA CLARK; UNKNOWN
SPOUSE OF YOLANDA
CLARK IF ANY; ANY AND ALL
UNKNOWN PARTIES CLAIMING
. BY, THROUGH, UNDER, AND
AGAINST THE HEREIN NAMED
INDIVIDUAL DEFENDANTS)
WHO ARE NOT KNOWN TO BE
DEAD OR ALIVE, WHETHER SAID
UNKNOWN PARTIES MAY CLAIM
AN INTEREST AS SPOUSES,
HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES OR
OTHER CLAIMANTS; BRADFORD
COUNTY, FLORIDA, BOARD OF
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS;
JOHN DOE AND JANE DOE
AS UNKNOWN TENANTS IN
POSSESSION
DEFENDANTS)
RE. NOTICE OF
FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBYGIVEN pursuant
to an Order Granting the Motion to
Reset Foreclosure Sale (NOT ON
OR BEFORE JANUARY 5. 2010)
dated January 20, 2010! entered in
Civil Case No. 04-2006-CA-511 of the
Circuit Court of the 8T" Judicial Circuit
in and for BRADFORD County, Starke,
Florida, I will sell to the highest and
best bidder for cash in the lobby of
the BRADFORD County Courthouse,
945 North Temple Avenue, Room
137, Starke, Florida, at 11:00 a.m.
on the 25th day of February, 2010
the following described property
as set forth in said Summary Final
Judgment, to-wit:
LOTSSIX (6)ANDSEVEN (7), BLOCK
TWO (2) OF LIVINGSTON, TRUBY
AND COMPANY'S ADDITION TO
STARKE, AS PER PLAT RECORDED
IN DEED BOOK J. PAGE 232 OF THE
PUBLIC RECORDS OF BRADFORD
COUNTY, FLORIDA.(CU;NC) - .
Any person claiming an interest in
the surplus from the sale, if any, other
than the property owner as of the date
of the lis pendens, must file a claim
within 60 days after the sale. '
Dated this 21" day of January, 2010.
* Ray Norman
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: Lisa Brannon
Deputy Clerk
IN ACCORDANCE "WITH THE
AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES
ACT, persons with disabilities needing
a special accommodation should
contact COURT ADMINISTRATION,
at the BRADFORD County
Courthouse at, 1-800-955-8771
(TDD) or 1-800-955-8770, via Florida
Relay Service.
DAVID J. STERN, P.A.
900 SOUTH PINE ISLAND ROAD
SUITE 400
PLANTATION, FL 33324-3920
(954) 233-8000 Fax (954) 233-8705
1/28 2tchg 2/4-BGT
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF:THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAl CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO.: 04-2008-CA-000513
DIVISION:
CHASE HOME FINANCE LLC,
Plaintiff,
vs.
MARK SANTIGO, et al,
Defendantss.
:NOTICE OF RESCHEDULED
" FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to an Order Rescheduling
Foreclosure Sale dated January 20,
2010 and entered in Case NO. 04-
2008-CA-000513 of the Circuit Court
of the EIGHTH. Judicial Circuit in
and for BRADFORD County, Florida
wherein CHASE HOME FINANCE
LLC, is the Plaintiff and MARK
SANTIGO; ELISHA J. SANTIAGO;
are the Defendants, I will sell to the
highest and best bidder for cash at
FRONT HALL OF THE BRADFORD
COUNTY COURTHOUSE, 945
NORTHTEMPLEAVENUE, STARKE,
FLORIDA 32091 at 11:00AM on
the 25' day of February, 2010, the
following described property as set


forth in said Final Judgment:
A PARCEL OF LAND LYING IN THE
SOUTHWEST 1/4 OF NORTHWEST
1/4 OF SECTION 28, TOWNSHIP 6
SOUTH, RANGE 22 EAST, IN THE
CITY OF STARKE, BRADFORD
COUNTY, FLORIDA AND BEING
MORE PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED
AS FOLLOWS: COMMENCE AT
THE INTERSECTION OF THE
NORTHERLY BOUNDARY OF
THE RIGHT-OF-WAY OF CENTER
STREET AND THE EASTERLY
BOUNDARY OF THE RIGHT-OF-
WAY OF CHRISTIAN STREET AND
RUN THENCE IN A NORTHERLY
DIRECTION AND PARALLEL
TO AFORESAID EASTERLY
BOUNDARY, A DISTANCE OF 190
FEET TO POINT OF BEGINNING.
FROM POINT OF BEGINNING THUS
DESCRIBED, RUN IN AN EASTERLY
DIRECTION AND PARALLEL
TO AFORESAID NORTHERLY
BOUNDARY, A DISTANCE OF 100
FEET TO A POINT, RUN THENCE
IN A NORTHERLY DIRECTION
AND PARALLEL TO AFORESAID
EASTERLY BOUNDARY, A
DISTANCE OF 75 FEET TO A POINT;
RUN THENCE IN A WESTERLY
DIRECTION AND PARALLEL
TO AFORESAID NORTHERLY
BOUNDARY, A DISTANCE OF 100
FEET TO AFORESAID EASTERLY
BOUNDARY; RUN THENCE IN A
SOUTHERLY DIRECTION, ALONG
SAID EASTERLY BOUNDARY, A
DISTANCE OF 75 FEET TO POINT
OF BEGINNING.
A/K/A 318 NORTH CHRISTIAN
STREET, STARKE, FL 320910000
Any person claiming an interest in
the surplus from the sale, if any, other
than the property owner as of the date
of the Lis Pendens must file a claim
within sixty (60) days after the sale.
WITNESS MY HAND and the seal of
this Court on January 21, 2010.
Ray Norman
Clerk of the Circuit Court
S , By: Lisa Brannon
Deputy Cletk
If you are a person with a disability
who needs any accommodation in
order to participate in this proceeding,
you are entitled, at no cost to you, to
the provision of certain assistance.
Please contact the Clerk of Court,
Bradford County Courthouse, Starke,
FL at 904-964-6280 within 2 working
days of your receipt of this notice; if
you are hearing or voice impaired,
call 1-800-955-8771.
1/28 2tchg 2/4-BCT
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
r . EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO: 04-2010-CA-56
ERNEST JOHNSON and IRIS
JOHNSON, his wife.
Plaintiffs,
vs.
THOMAS EDWARD CAMPBELL,
THE UNKNOWN SPOUSES OF
THOMAS EDWARD CAMPBELL,
UNKNOWN HEIRS, DEVISEES,
GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES,.
CREDITORS, LIENORS, AND
TRUSTEES OF THOMAS EDWARD
CAMPBELL, DECEASED, and ALL
OTHER PERSONS CLAIMING BY,
THROUGH, UNDER OR AGAINST.
THOMAS EDWARD CAMPBELL,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: THOMAS EDWARD CAMPBELL,
THE UNKNOWN SPOUSES OF
THOMAS EDWARD CAMPBELL;
UNKNOWN HEIRS, DEVISEES,
GRANTEES,. ASSIGNEES,
CREDITORS, 'LIENORS, AND
TRUSTEES OF THOMAS EDWARD
CAMPBELL, DECEASED, and ALL
OTHER PERSONS CLAIMING BY,
THROUGH, UNDER OR AGAINST
THOMAS EDWARD CAMPBELL
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a
COMPLAINT TO QUIET. TAX TITLE
has been filed regarding real property
in Bradford County, Florida, in the
above styled Court and you are
required to serve a copy of your written
response to JOHN S, COOPER, The
Cooper Law Firm, P.A., 100 West Call
Street. Starke, Florida 32091, on or
before the 181" day of March, 2010,
and file the original with the Clerk of
the Court, either before service on the
above-named attorney or immediately
thereafter, otherwise a default will
be entered against you for the relief.
demanded in the petition.
WITNESS my hand and official seal of
this Court on the 26"1 day of January,
2010.
CLERK OF THE COURT
BY: B. Halterman
2/4 4tchg 2/25-BCT
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT


IN AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO.: 04 2008 CA,000610
DIVISION;
WELLS FARGO BANK, NA, :
Plaintiff,
vs.
GLEN F. GARBER, JR., et al,
Defendant(s).
NOTICE OF RESCHEDULED
FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to an Order Rescheduling
Foreclosure Sale dated January 27,
2010 and entered in Case NO. 04
2008 CA 000610 of the Circuit Court
of the EIGHTH Judicial Circuit in
and for BRADFORD County, Florida
wherein WELLS FARGO BANK,
NA, is the Plaintiff and GLEN F.
GARBER, JR.; TAMMY L. GARBER;
are the Defendants, I will sell to the
highest and best bidder for cash at
FRONT HALL OF THE BRADFORD
COUNTY COURTHOUSE, 945
NORTH TEMPLEAVENUE, STARKE,
FLORIDA 32091 at 11:00AM, on
the 25"' day of .February, 2010, the
following described property as set
forth in said Final Judgment:
LOT 13 OF BLOCK 27 IN
LIVINGSTON.TRUBY& COMPANY'S
ADDITION :TO THE TOWN OF
STARKE, FLORIDA, SECTION 28,
TOWNSHIP 6 SOUTH, RANGE-
22 EAST, .RECORDED IN 'THE
PUBLIC RECORDS OF BRADFORD
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
A/K/A 4071 ST CLAIR STREET,
STARKE, FL 32091
Any person claiming an interest in
the surplus from the sale, if any, other
than the property owner as of the date
of the Lis Pendens must file a claim
within sixty (60) days after the sale.
WITNESS MY HAND and the seal of
this Court on, January 27, 2010.
Ray Norman
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: Lisa Brannon
Deputy Clerk
If you. are a: person with a disability
who heeds any, accommodation in
order to participate in this proceeding,
you are entitled, at no cost to you, to
the provision of certain assistance.
Please contact the Clerk of Court,
Bradford County Courthouse, Starke,
FL at 904-964-6280 within 2 working
days of your receipt of this notice; if
you are hearing or voice impaired,
call 1-800-955-8771. ,
2/4 2tchg 2/11-BCT
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
CONCERNING AN
. AMENDMENT 4,
TO THE CITY OF STARKE
COMPREHENSIVE PLAN
BY THE PLANNING AND ZONING
BOARD OF THE CITY OF STARKE,
FLORIDA, SERVING ALSO AS THE
LOCAL PLANNING AGENCY OF
THE CITY OF STARKE, FLORIDA,
NOTICE IS :HEREBY GIVEN that,
pursuant to the City of Starke Land
Development Code, as amended,
.hereinafter referred to as the Land
Development Code, objections,
:recommendations and comments
concerning ian amendment', as
described below, will be heard by
the 'Planning' and Zoning Board of
City of Starke, Florida, serving also
as the L6cal Planning Agency of City
of Starke, Florida, at a public hearing
on February 15,2010 at 6:00 p.m., or
'as soon thereafter as the matter can
be heard, in the County Commission
Meeting Room, County Courthouse,
located at 945 North Temple Avenue,
Starke, Florida.
R 091230 A, an application by
Strawberry Fields of Starke, LLC;
to amend the Future Land Use Planr
Map of the. Comprehensive Plan
by changing the future land use
classification , from RESIDENTIAL
MEDIUM DENSITY (more than 2 but
less than or equal to 8 dwelling units.
per acre) to' RESIDENTIAL HIGH
DENSITY (more than 8 but less than
or equal to 20 dwelling units per acre)
on property described, as follows:
A parcel of land lying within Section
28, Township 6 South, Range 22.
East,, Bradford County, Florida.:
Being more particularly described, as
follows: Commence at the Southwest
corner of the' Southwest 1/4 of the
Southeast 1/4 of the Northeast 1/4
of said Section 28; thence South'
. 89*31'20" East 129.68 feet to the
Point of Beginning; thence North
01�38'05" West 257.97 feet; thence
North 87023'31" West 231.59 feet to
the Easterly right-of-way line of Short'
Street; thence North 18*05'40" East,
along the Easterly right-of-way line
of Short Street 259.14 feet; thence
North 88053'13" East 133.98 feet;
thence North 00054'06" West 121.89
feet to the Southerly right-of-way


line of Thomas Street; thence North
89�45'18" East, along the Southerly
right-of-way line of Thomas Street
410.81feet; thence South 00*12'15"
West 121.01 feet; thence South
89*46'54" East 102.08 feet' thence
South 00*40'30" East, along the
Easterly line of the Southwest 1/4 of
the Southeast 1/4 of the Northeast
1/4 of said Section 28, a distance of
523.70 feet to the Southeast corner
of the Southwest 1/4 of the Southeast
1/4 of the Northeast 1/4 of said
Section 28; thence North 89*31'20"
West, along the Southerly line of the
Southwest 1/4 of the Southeast 1/4
of the Northeast 1/4 of said Section
28, a distance of 492.45 feet and the
Point of Beginning.
Containing 8.17 acres, more or less.
AND
A parcel of land lying within Section
28, Township 6 South, Range 22 East,
Bradford County, Florida. Being more
particularly described, as follows:
That portion of the Northeast 1/4 of
the Southeast 1/4 of said Section 28
lying North 50 feet landward of .the
high water mark of Alligator Creek.
Containing 5.93 acres, more or less.
AND
A parcel of land lying within Section
28, Township 6 South, Range 22 East,
Bradford County, Florida. Being more
particularly described, as follows: The
West 1/2 of the Southeast 1/4 of the
Southeast 1/4 of the Northeast 1/4 of
said Section 28, less and except the
East 90.00 feet thereof.
Containing 3.32 acres, more or less.
AND
A parcel of land lying within Section
28, Township 6 South, Range 22
East, Bradford County, Florida.
Being more particularly described, as
follows: Commence at the Northeast
corner of. the Southwest 1/4 of the
Southeast 1/4 of the Northeast 1/4
of said Section 28; thence South
00*40'30" East along the Easterly
line of the Southwest 1/4 of the
Southeast 1/4 of the Northeast 1/4 of
said Section 28, a distance of 25.00
feet to the Point of Beginning; thence
continue South 00�40'30" East along
the Easterly line of the Southwest 1/4
of the Southeast 1/4 of the Northeast
1/4 of said Section 28, a distance of
125.01 feet; thence North 89�46'00"
West 101.98 feet; thence North/
00014'00" East 125.0Q feet; thence
South.89�46'00" East 100.00 feet to
the Point of Beginning.
Containing 0.29 acres, more or less.
All said lands containing 17.71 acres,
. more or less,.
The public hearing may be continued
to one or more future date. Any
interested party shall' be advised
that the date, time and place of any
continuation of the public hearing
shall be announced during the
public hearing and that no further
notice concerning the matter will be
, published, unless said. continuation
exceeds six calendar weeks from the
date of the above referenced public
hearing.
At the aforementioned public hearing,
all interested parties may appear
to be heard with respect to the
. amendment.
Copies .of the amendment are
available for public inspection at
the Bradford County-City of Starke
Zoning Department located at 945
North Temple Avenue, North Wing,


Starke, Florida, during regular
business hours.
All persons are advised that if they
decide to appeal any decisions
made at the above referenced public
hearing, they will need a record of
the proceedings, and that for such
purpose they may need to ensure that
a verbatim record of the proceedings
is made, which record includes the
testimony and evidence upon which
the appeal is to be based.
2/4 ltchg-BCT
LEGAL NOTICE
Notice is hereby given:
Twuan L. Britt
Last known address of:
414 Michigan St.
Starke, FL 32091
You are hereby notified that your
eligibility to vote is in question. You are
required to contact the Supervisor of
Elections, in Starke, Florida, no later
than thirty (30) days after the date of
this publishing. Failure to respond will
result in a determination of ineligibility
by the Supervisor and your name will
be removed from the statewide voter
registration system.
Terry Vaughn
Bradford County Supervisor of
Elections
PO Box 58
945 N. Temple Ave., Suite C
Starke, FL 32091
Dated: January 29, 2010
2/4 ltchg-BCT
SURPLUS PROPERTY SALE
8' X 10' WALK IN FREEZER
GARLAND TTG-3 CON. OVEN
Envelopes marked "SEALED BIDS"
must be received by mail to Suwannee
River Economic Council, Inc. PO Box
70, Live Oak, FL32064bynolaterthan
February 8, 2010 12:00 P.M. Please
make sure that the bid states the item
you are bidding on. Call Jim at 904-
964-6696, ext. 23 for appointment
to inspect the equipment currently at
Suwannee River Economic Council,
Inc. in Starke. For more information,
please call (386) 362-4115, ext. .223.
Suwannee River Economic Council,
Inc. reserves the right to refuse or
reject any bid.
2/4 ltchg-BCT


NAACP will
meet Monday
The executive board meeting
of the NAACP will take place
Monday, Feb. 8, at 6 p.m. at An-
tioch Missionary Baptist Church
followed by the general mem-
bership meeting at 7 p.m. All
members and anyone interested
in joining is encouraged to come
out and support the NAACP.

Quilters make
plans for
BBQ fest
The Sunshine Quilter's next


meeting will be Friday, Feb. 5-..
from 10 a.m.-noon. The group,.
will be working on its booth foi
the Santa Fe College Bradforc
Fest Boots 'n BBQ event on Feb
12 and 13 at the Bradford County
Fairgrounds. "
The booth will have two parts,.;
One display will focus on the
projects and workshops of t.hg-.
clu6. In the second part, quilter:
will be making Dollies WithopL.
Borders to be sent to Haiti. .J-
Doll maker Madeline Ausb
will be coming to Boots 'n B
to offer a workshop on Saturd5
morning, Feb. 13, but our boofdt
will be open for doll making',
throughout the entire event. All'
event goers, especially families.
are encouraged to stop by the
booth and spend some time mak-
ing a cloth doll.
Any suitable fabric (incldui
ing polyester-cotton blends) thiit
would make a cheerful Haitian
wardrobe, stuffing, black yarn,
etc., are needed and can be
brought to the next meeting or
left with Dorothy Bartlett at the
Bradford County Public library
prior to Feb. 11.
At the Feb. 5 meeting, mem-
bers will also be sharing patterfhs'
and lessons learned from their'
first generation of dollies. Alt-_'
ages and sewing levels arc aT-'
ways welcome at the meeting.
'For more information
contact Kathy Still at 904-368.--,
0291 or stillpe@aol.com.

Stamp club
meets in
Keystone
The Keystone Stamp Club \ il'
meet on Tuesday, Feb. 9, at 6:30
p.m. in high school portable 2L9
at the end of the gym. parkir�
lot. Anyone interested in stamp,
collecting or would like to lean'-
about stamps they have is wel-
come to attend.
Club members buy, sale, trade
and talk about stamps. Everyone
who attends will receive a stamp
door prize. Contact Paul Still at.-
904-368-0291, or e-mail stillpe@
aol.com, for more information.


A- MENDED NOTICE OF TAX

FOR


SCHOOL CAPITAL OUTLAY




The School Board of Bradford County will soon consider a
measure to amend the use of property tax for the capital outlay
projects previously advertised for the 2007/2008-2009/2010
school years.




New Projects to be Funded
* Construction and Remodeling
Starke Elementary Breaker Box Replacement
Starke Elementary Boiler Replacement
Bradford High Lighting System Renovation
Countywide Fencing




Amended Projects to be Funded
* Construction and Remodeling
Bradford High Auditorium Bathroom Renovation
Lawtey Community Portable Replacement
* New and Replacement Equipment
Bradford High Media Center Security System




Project to be Deleted
* Construction and Remodeling
UBCI Building Inspector




All concerned citizens are invited to a public hearing to be held
on February 8, 2010 at 6:30 p.m. at the Bradford High School
Media Center, 581 N. Temple Avenue, Starke, FL.


A DECISION on the proposed amendments to the projects
funded from CAPITAL OUTLAY TAXES will be made at
this meeting.


Assisted Living Facility



We have an opening for


a Resident.


$2,250 per mo




Call or come by to have

lunch and see the room.


Located in Downtown Starke
Next to Wainwright Park
Call Cathey Pitts, Administrator, For information


(904) 964-2220







Tuesday, February 4, 2010 * Bradford County Telegraph 7A



Strawberry hopefuls also competing for princess, junior titles

The 48th Annual Strawberry Pageant will be held on Saturday, Feb. 6, in the Bradford High School auditorium at 7 p.m. Doors will open at 6:30 p.m. Admission is $7 for adults
(11 and up) and $5 for children (3-10).
There are 19 contestants in this year's competitions. The princess and queen contestants will compete in the following categories: interview, casual wear, on-stage question,
talent and evening wear. Junior contestants will compete in casual and party wear as well as the optional talent category.


Princess


~'
* -2,


,. Taylor McCormick
Sponsor: Pritchett Trucking
Platform: Making Good
Decisions: The Dangers of
Peer Pressure
Talent: Baton


Shiana Harden
Sponsor: Grandparents
Darrell and Jerri Knipstein
and Great Granny Delores
Knipstein
Platform: School Recycling
Talent: Dance


Ashleigh Davis
Sponsor: Capital City Bank
Platform: Bringing Prayer
Back into the School
System
Talent: Vocal & Guitar


Petite Miss


Maegan Soble
Sponsor: Malcolm and
Edythe Hill
Platform: Awareness
against Animal Abuse
Talent: Baton

Junior Miss


Darian Hill
Sponsor: Exit Realty Excel
and Bonnie's Memorials
Platform: A Vision for
Missions
Talent: Vocal


Connie Driggers
Sponsor: Shadd Trucking
Platform: Hope for the
Homeless
Talent: Dance


714 *


Katherine Birt
Sponsor: Lucian's Heating
& Air


Bethany Bryan
Sponsor: Ed Wagner of
AWAG Farms and Archie
Tanner Funeral Home


Jaelyn Jackson
Sponsor: Cowboy's Steak
House and Florida Twin
Theatre


Ronda McCormick
Sponsor: Ropen
Nalbandian


Emma Theus
Sponsor: Starke Academy
of Dance


. Tristen Whittemore
Sponsor: Exit Realty Excel


Thiny Miss


Annabeth Oody
Sponsor: George Roberts
I iurance


commander's
rNght tonight
VFW Post 1016 Commander
Bt'an Wyatt invites local military
members and vets to Command-
erLs Night-a night of chili, hot
dogs, wings, snacks, music and
c F4. 4, at 6 p.m.


Little Miss


Kenlee Wise
Christian Word Kylee Davis Sponsor: Dale Mosley
Sponsor: Securtel Security Sponsor: Bowen Bug Trucking and Area Septic &
Systems Blocker Pest Control Sanitation


Commander Brian Wyatt will
also hold the meeting that was
cancelled last month due to in-
Sclement weather.
, Upcoming breakfast plans will
be finalized, and tickets will be
available at the meeting and later
from members of the post.
The post home is located on
North Bay Street in Starke be-


hind New Method Cleaners on
U.S. 301.


Formerly Results Fitnes


Sat 8am-4pm 'Yj
Closed Sun.
(904) 368-8101
418 W. Call St * Starke


p^dei


' No Contract
. Required!


Daily, Monthly
or Annual
Memberships


We'll help you
sign your workouts


A Walmart advertising circular for
Sunday, January 31 - Saturday,
February 6, 2010 mistakenly
identified the price of 90-day
generic prescriptions as $9 and
omitted reference to Prescription
Program restrictions. The correct
price is $10 and Presription
Program restrictions can be
found at walmart.com/pharmacy
and your local Walmart
pharmacy.


ALRIGHT f
Flowers





Just
904-284-1115


GUYS, Time to Man-Up for Valentine's Day!
are ok...for a week! One of a kind Jewelry


SJ~a's-us- 9o4eure'v!!


t down the road a piece in Penney Farms!


3533 State Rd 16


www.valentinosjeweiry.com


Bradford County Telegraph Promotion for "A" Section


Make the Most


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Wd can be changed at 3 weeks.

21" or Larger Ad
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be changed at 3, 6, & 9 weeks.
paid in advance. . 4
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.... 3Works
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You no longer have to drive to Lake City or Jacksonville.
FloridaWorks is now offering the Florida Basic Abilities
Test F-BAT to anyone applying for State Corrections. We
also provide the entry level police/cross-over exam.
Please contact Susan or Pam at 904-964-5278 to
schedule an appointment for this test, or go online to
floridaworksonline.com and complete the registration
form.


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8A Bradford County Telegraph * Tuesday, February 4, 2010


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Schools around Bradford County focused on literacy last week, engaging in a number of activities designed to
get kids interested in reading. Brooker Elementary fifth-graders worked in groups short reports on the high points
of books they had read. Administrators and others also visited the school to read to kids. Pictured above are the
school's fifth-graders (not in order): Noah Cowart, Justin Crosby, John Dehoff, Maryellen Farrell, Whitney Gitzen,
Sarah Hirsh, Kara Hoilman, Macey Home, Madison McClellan, Stantavia McHenry, Wyatt Parrish, Shayna Prescott,
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up close.


Fifth-graders Madison McClellan, Cynthia Waler and Macey Horne.


Noah Cowart, Krysten Wilkerson and Whitney Gitzen present their book.


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Feb. 15, a 7 p.m. in the annex of
the Pleasant Grove United Meth-
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FCAT testing time is here.
Students in Bradford County will
be taking the writing portion of
the FCAT Feb. 9-11.


Parents are encouraged to
support their children and their
schools by keeping the following
tips in mind.
Help provide a stress-free start
to the test day by:
1. Planning a normal and rou-
tine schedule.
2. Not planning conflicting
medical or dental appointments.
3. Making sure your child is
in school during the testing ses-
sions. Students, perform better on
test days than when taking make-
up tests.
4. Making sure your child gets
a good night's sleep.
5. Providing a nutritious break-
fast. Fresh fruits and vegetables
are often recommended to reduce
stress. Stressful foods include
processed foods, artificial sweet-
eners, carbonated soft drinks,
chocolate, fried foods, junk foods
and foods high in sugar.
Most'of all, be positive. Your
attitude is visible to your child.
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B-Section * Thursday, February 4, 2010 FEATURES
CRIME
SOCIALS
OBITUARIES
EDITORIAL-
NEWS FROM BRADFORD COUNTY, UNION COUNTY AND THE LAKE REGION


Chipoletti introduced as-


new BHS footba


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Family is important to Derek
Chipoletti and is one of the rea-
sons why he applied for and
ultimately accepted the head
football coaching position at
Bradford High School.
Chipoletti was introduced Jan.
25 at the school's media center,
first in front of a large group of
.freshmen, sophomores and jun-
iors interested in playing foot-
ball next season, and then to any


community member who wished
to drop by after school let out.
The 1995 Orange Park High
School graduate recently com-
pleted his first season as a head
coach, guiding Williston to a 7-4
record and a regional playoff
berth.
There were several reasons he
applied for the Bradford job
after coaching the Red Devils
just one season. Clay County is
home to the Chipoletti family.
His wife is from Green Cove


coach


Springs,,ybile he spent six sea-
sons as an assistant at Fleming
Island High School prior to tak-
ing the Williston job.
"Personally, being able to get
back closer to home was a big
deal," Chipoletti said.
Then there is the fact that
moving closer to home made it
possible for Chipoletti's father,
Neal, to accept a position on the
BHS staff. Neal Chipoletti. is a


New Bradford
High School
head football
coach Derek
Chipoletti talks
to students in
the school's
media center.


See COACH page 9B


Committee members sold on new coach


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
They narrowed a field of ap-
proximately 100 applicants to a
-group of three finalists, confi-
dent that any of the three would
be a good hire as the next head
football coach at Bradford High
School.
Derek-Chipoletti, though, was
a unanimous choice of six mem-
-bers of a selection committee
-who took their job seriously,
BHS Principal Doug Thoburn
said.
"Every time we would meet,
it wasn't just. sitting around,"
'said Thoburn, who-served as the
:committee's leader. "They seri-
:ougly talked about who was go-
,ing to be the next football coach
:at Bradford High School and
what that person needed to rep-
resent.
"I think Derek Chipoletti rep-
resents what they were looking
for," Thoburn said, adding that
he did not want to name the
other two finalists.


Committee members Inez
Diggs, David Hurse, Jeremiah
Johnson, Harvey Lofton and
Lennard Register all coached in
some capacity at Bradford High
School and put in many years in
the profession, while member
Daniel Davis, the current ath-
letic directorfis-a BHS graduate
and former Tornado athlete.
Though all thought Chipoletti
was the right man for the job,
they listed different reasons why
the coach stood out in their
- minds.
For Hurse, who coached
Bradford for '31 years and
'guided the Tornadoes to state
championships in 1965 and
1966, Chipoletti presented a
football background he feels
will enable him to be successful.
Chipoletti's father, who played
football at, the University of
Georgia, is a long-time coach,
putting in the bulk of his time at
Forrest High School in Jackson-
ville. Derek Chipoletti worked
alongside his father and helped


him build the Fleming Island
program from scratch.
"He's prepared, more than
most coaches would be coming
in here since he's been an assis-
tant coach with his dad," Hurse
said. "His dad was a coach. He
,was brought up in a coaching'
family. He's well organized.
"I'm just very impressed with
him. I think our kids are very
fortunate to have coach
,Chipoletti coming in here."
Hurse touched on organiza-
tion, which was a big selling
point for Register, who never
experienced a losing season -as
head coach of the Tornadoes in,
the seven years prior to Hurse
taking over the program.
"He's very organized, down
to the nth degree," Register said.
"He plans everything out. His
practice schedule is right down
to every minute."
Excitement was an important
aspect for Davis, but not just
from the head coach's stand-
point,.


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"For me personally, it was team."
someone who was going to get Chipoletti guided Williston to
the kids excited," he said. a 7-4 record and a regional
It was the opposite end of the playoff berth in his one season
personality spectrum that im- as head coach, but Davis said it
pressed Lofton, who led the was Chipoletti's experience at
BHS girls' basketball team to Fleming Island prior to that
many district championships and which impressed him.
a state title in 1995. Several "He's been through starting' a
candidates were 'nervous when program from "scratch," Davis
being interviewed by committee said. "We're not there, but
members-Lofton admitted .he there's some work to be done
would be, too-but Chipoletti (here)."
was "laid back." All members of the committee
"He was at peace, at ease, said they were honored to be
comfortable and confident," part of the process. In turn, Beth
Lofton said, . . Moore, Bradford County's su-
Besides being at ease, perintendent of schools, said she
Chipoletti came across as some- felt honored each of the mem-
one who was not putting up a bers took on the task.
false front, Lofton said. He rep- "I'm so appreciative they
resented his true self before the would take the time and energy
committee, which Lofton liked, to come back and help us with
Johnson, whose accomplish- this," Moore said. "This was
ments include coaching baseball really a big decision that no one
for a number of years and serv- person could make.
ing as BHS athletic director, "I couldn't have asked for a
feels that Chipoletti's experience better committeee."
as the head coach at Williston Now that their work is done,
High School is a plus. they look forward to the future.
"I'm excited," Hurse said. "I..
"One of the things that stands think this guy is the real deal."
out is he has experience in a "I think he's going to be a su-
community similar to this whose per coach," Register said. "I
program was kind of in the same hope 'these kids respond to him
situation as this," Johnson said. arid come out for football."
"He has an idea of what he's Note: Committee member Inez
looking at and what he's looking Diggs declined to be interviewed
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BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Andrew Zow has resigned as
head football coach at Union
County High School after three
seasons;,. citing the desire to
spend more .time with his fam-
ily.
Zow, who had a 15-16 record,
said the decision to step down
was made with an eye on the
future. He had a goal of coach-
ing at the collegiate level, but
had second thoughts when he
saw how much time coaches
spent away from their families.
In talking to assistant coaches
who would visit Union High
School on recruiting trips, Zow
learned those coaches were
spending two to three weeks on
the road.
"It was not what I wanted to
do," Zow said.
He also thought'of his own
childhood, saying not having his
father around played a big part
in reaching the decision. He
wants to be there for his three
children.
Having said that, though, it
was hard to walk away from the
players he has come to consider
as' his own children.
"It was more emotional than I
thought it would be," Zow said.
Union County High School
Principal Alex Nelson said it
was definitely a surprise when
Zow informed him he was re-
signing, but Nelson said he
could not fault Zow's reason for
doing so.
"I admire Andrew Zow for his
faith and his commitment to his
family," Nelson said. "Those
things have 'to come first."
Zow, a 1997 Union County
High School graduate, said he
was appreciative of the opportu-
nity he received. He enjoyed
working with school administra-
tors and was grateful to Superin-
tendent Carlton Faulk for giving
him a chance based on nothing
more than his character and ac-
complishments as a player at
UCHS. Zow had only one year
of previous coaching experi-
ence. He was an assistant at
UCHS during the 2002 season.
Zow and his family plan to
move to Alabama, where they
lived previously. In fact, they
will be moving into the house
they have been trying to sell
these past three years.
Zow played football at the
University of Alabama, graduat-
ing from the school in 2001. He
is the president of Andrew Zow
and Associates Inc., which he
founded in 2003: He will be
starting a new division of the
company.
"I'm definitely looking for-
ward to the opportunity in my
own business," Zow said.


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2:8 Regional News � Thursday, February 4, 2010


Explosive noise
at Blanding will
increase this
weekend
The Camp Blanding Joint
Training Center will have
louder-than-normal explosions
Friday-Saturday, Feb. 5-6, 9
a.m.-3 p.m., as a Wisconsin
Army Niational Guard engineer
tinit trains for an overseas de-
ployment.
While explosive training is
done on a regular basis at Camp
Blanding, this training will be
ltider than usual due to the spe-
cific requirements of this engi-
neer unit,-and sometimes based
on atmospheric conditions. The
explosive charges will be in
safe, secluded areas posing no
danger to the public.
As usual, the Florida National
6uard and Florida Department
Of Military Affairs continue to
riake every effort to minimize
&oise, but there are times such as
lis when noise may seem
rIuder than normal to the public.
[ Residents near the training
enter can discuss noise con-
d~rns with Camp Blanding's
Range Control Office at 904-
682-3351 or the Department of
military Affairs Public Affairs
office at 904-823-0166.

Starke Kiwanis
poker tourney
set for Feb. 12
\The Kiwanis Club of Starke
yill be holding a Texas hold
'mn poker tournament Friday,
.eeb. 12, at the Starke Golf and
country Club.
. The fee to enter is $50. Regis-
calion will begin at 6 p.m., with
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pla) beginning at 6:30 p.m.
For more information, please
call Warren Carver al (904) 964-
7434.

Career center
business dept.
selling
Valentine's
cards
The business dltpariment at
the Bradford-Union Area.i Career
Technical Center is selling Val-
entine's cards as a fundraiser
that will be available for pick-up
or delivery on Thursday, Feb.
Cards cost 75 cents each..
(Candy is also available at an
additional charge.) The deadline
to order them is Tuesday, Feb. 9.
For more information, please
call 904-964-6836.

Contestants
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conlesi Feb. 12 at 6 p.m. and a
Mr. and Mrs. Boots 'n' BBQ
pageant Feb. 13 at 10 a.m.
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13 at 10a.m.
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judged oiln outfits in two catego-
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winners will receive crowns,
while male winners will receive
Santa Fe College caps.
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this Friday, Feb. 5, at noon.

KHHS baseball
program to
honor Rossano
Saturday
The public is invited to attend
a ceremony to dedicate the Key-
stone Heights High School
baseball program's new Ryan
Rossano Clubhouse this Satur-
day, Feb. 6, at the school's
baseball Hfield at II a.m...
Rossano, a former Keystone
player, succumbed to cancer on
July 16,2009. at the age of 23.

BHS Old Timers
baseball game is
set for Feb. 6
The Bradford High School
baseball team and coaches invite


school alumni to the Old Timers
game on Saturday, Feb. 6, at
10:30 a.m. at the high school
field. Alumni will play the jun-
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A home run derbh will follow
the game.
Concessions will be available.
Admission is free.

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Bolles eliminates


, Keystpn'e girls


Headed for

state
Keystone weightlifters
(above, I-r) Amanda
Paredes and Morgan
Boettcher, and Union
County lifter Samanth'a
Cook (left) will compete
in the Feb. 13 state fi-
nals. At the Jan. 30 Sec-
tion 4 qualifier, Boettcher
won the 199-pound
class, Paredes took sec-
ond in the 110 and Cook
placed third in unlimited.


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
It was not a good night for ei-
ther team advancing to the Class
3A regional playoffs out of Dis-
trict 4 as Keystone Heights and
Bishop Snyder were both shut
out in Region I quarterfinal
games on Jan. 28 in Jackson-
ville.
The Indians, as the District 4
runner-up, had to travel to face
last year's state runner-up,
Bolles. Caroline Triglia scored
three goals as the Bulldogs de-
feated Keystone 8-0.


It was jhe ninth regional play-
off appearance for Keystone
(15-8-1) in the 12 years soccer
has existed at the school.
Bishop Snyder . (16-3-2),
which defeated Keystone for the
District 4 championship, hosted
a quarterfinal game, but lost 4-0
to Episcopal.
Episcopal (12-8-3) and Bolles
(13-7-1) played each other this
past Tuesday in a rematch of a
semifinal game from last year.
Bolles won that game 7-1 as it
marched to the state champion-
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,A solid defensive effort made
it anybody's game throughout
tl;e duration, but a header by
SWeit Courtier in the first half
proved to be the difference in
tl~ Keystone Heights boys' soc-
cer team's 1-0 loss to visiting
Crescent City in the District 4-
3. championship game, which
qvas played Jan. 29.
"Our defensive effort was
gfeat," Keystone head coach
15evor Waters said. "We held
taem in check. They're a high-
scoring team. They usually score
fo'e or six goals a game."
-The Indians (12-9-3), playing
ii their eighth straight district
cEampionship game, wil now
travel to Jacksonville to play
Episcopal in a regional quarter-
final game Thursday, Feb. 4, at
7�p.m., while Crescent City (17-
11 hosts Bolles.
sCrescent City, which entered
tMe game on a 13-game winning
steak, swept the Indians during.
rigular-season meetings in No-
vtmber and December by a
combined score of 5-2. Two of
the Raiders' goals in those two
gmes came offit ;f penalty
k cks, while anotrr; \as off of. a
Keystone own goal.
TTherefore, Waters was confi-
dent his team had just as much
o a chance to walk off the field
\ith the championship trophy.
-"We expected to win tonight,"
Waters said. "It's a little disap-
Spinting."
:Keystone threatened to tie the
gme in an approximate one-
rginute span in the final eight
minutes. Justin Hannah received
a cross from Austin Groves in
. tle penalty box and fired a shot
that looked good, but Crescent
G3ty goalkeeper Oriol Jarmillo
rnade the save. Jarmillo came up
rith the play again when Trey
' ~Band took a shot just outside
the box.
tFor the most part, those two
liays represented Keystone's
lest scoring opportunities. The
Itdians had. a couple of near
iiisses in the first half. Wynston
Iicklighter made a nice pass.in
tfe 141h minute that just missed
Iyan Latner inside the penalty
box. A free kick by Groves in-
the 37'" minute almost set up
Bland for a header attempt in
6font of the goal.
Groves made another free
lIck at the start of the. second
Ialf that was batted down by.
.(jrmillo.
"We normally have more
4soring opportunities," Waters
said.
Crescent City did not get
iany good looks either. The
Raiders were able to push the
Iall into the penalty box several
times in the first half, but
Groves was able to make big
plays defensively to thwart po-
tential scoring opportunities.
"He's a pro," Waters said of
Groves. "That's why they didn't


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Regional News ' Thursday, February 4, 2010 * Page 4B




Time-keeping at Camp



Blanding in 1941


The construction of Camp tags, approximately one and a age 65, had paid nothing into the
...Blanding in 1940-41 was a mas- half inches in diameter with program, but drew $18. per
:sive undertaking, too large for metal rims, one white and the- month for the two- months he
all but a few contractors in the other yellow, numbered sequen- lived after the program began.
nation. Starrett Brothers and tially, and forwarded them to the As noted earlier, the payroll
Eken, a construction firm in appropriate time-keeping office. deduction was 2 percent, and
New York, undertook the job on The time-keeping office at the withholding tax wasn't in the
a cost-plus basis and completed mill (where I worked) was a equation. Actually, in 1939,
the job in record time with no large,, free-standing room built there were probably fewer than
recrimination or complaints low to the ground in order that 100 people in Bradford and Un-
about gouging, shoddy work or employees could pick up and ion counties filing income tax
misappropriation of funds. The return their tags through a win- returns.
magnitude of the job required dow. As I remember, there were I enlisted in the Air Corps in
some innovative procedures, one five or six manned windows, January 1942. The next year,
-of which was confirming em- with each window having a peg- 1943, the military command
pfloyees' presence and time on board to handle approximately advised all Army personnel to
the job each day, and that will 200 tags. , file income tax returns. In all
ie our story. The white tags were hung in likelihood, civilians .were re-
The story of the construction numerical order and remained quired to file also. '
;Lf Camp Blanding has been on . the board. However, tags Since employees were paid in
Byritten, but sadly enough, I would be moved from time to cash, and the amount was sub-
Wiled to find anything on Goo- time to accommodate the stantial. extreme caution was
�Dpe or Yahoo, my usual sources movement of employees, but the exercised in procuring money
5 information. There is a great tag would remain at the 'same from the bank. Each week five
,&al of information concerning window throughout the con- new Ford station wagons (1941
3:B&E and its building of the .struction period. model) were dispatched to Jack-
Wmpire State Building and other The yellow tags were put on sonville, and the money was
construction jobs, but no men- the pegs, atop the white tags. placed in the center vehicle for.
t6n of its being the prime con- Thus, the timekeeper could tell the return trip to Blanding. Each
;tractor on the Camp Blanding, at a glance if the employee had of the five vehicles had two
-project. Bradford County was picked up his tag, indicating he armed guards.
:well represented on the con- was on the job. The yellow tag In pre-Camp Blanding days,
i.truction payroll, but time has was returned to the peg each Starke had little going for it. In
4aken its toll, and few former evening by a second-shift time- fact, Starke and Lake Butler had
workers s are living that toiled keeper. During the shift, the a great deal in common, being
jtiiere approximately 70 years timekeeper would inventory--his about the same population. The
iigo. board, recording the white tags construction of Camp Blanding
Workers at Blanding during (men working) and yellow tags gave Starke a jump-start, fol-
ltie construction period must (employee absent). lowed by DuPont Mining, nee
lave numbered in the thousands, Foremen also recorded em- Humphrey Gold Mine, and the
eming from every point of the ployees' statfises each day, con- build-up of traffic on U.S. 301
compass, commuting up to 100 firming the timekeeper's record. and S.R. 100 provided the impe-
miles one way each day, travel- There was one other check on tus needed to spur growth.
ing S.R. 16, a 22-foot wide two- employees. When timekeepers Even so, Starke has not
lane. road, bumper to bumper. completed checking men. out.in reached its potential for its loca-
There were surprisingly few the mornings, they would fan, tion and transportation assets.
fender-benders considering the out to a point in the work area The Department of Corrections
number of vehicles on the nar- and record employee numbers as offers many fine jobs that are
row highway because everyone they passed on trucks going out almost depression-proof, . but
was cognizant of the problems to a job site, or hauling materials neither Bradford nor Union
of an accident, and 'drove ac- . and supplies. Information from County can seem to entice other
cordingly. ' the arjous sources. was com- industries to relocutc. That may
Accounting;fr . polls n p4ed..b 'secOnd shift workersbe a mi\ed"'bles'ing.We retain
other expenditures "follocedes.ar-�'submitted to the personnel- our'- smaJlIfroX\h and-, count-y-


accepted accounting procedures,
but how to confirm each em-
ployee's time on the job -would
not be easy, since they were
scattered pver the huge complex,
some working in one place
while others were moving about.
Qbviotsly, with that * many
workers, simply taking one's
word that he wason the job all
day, every day, would not suf-
fice, requiring a system of con-
firmation.
When an employee was hired,
personnel secured the necessary
information and sent the new
employee to his work station. In
addition to routine paperwork,
personnel prepared two round


department.
Payday was Friday afternoon,
and timekeepers could usually
find time to pick up their .enve-
lopes before the five o'clock
rush. Other employees picked up
their pay at windows designated
for their einployee numbers,'
eliminating long waiting in line.
My salary was $35 per week,
and the pay was always the
same: a $20 bill, a $10 bill, four
$1 bills, a quarter and a nickel,
for an amount of $34.30. The 70
cents held out was for Social
Security.
Social Security was a new
program that had begun two
years earlier, in 1939. My father,


style living, but we lose out on
good-paying jobs.
By Buster Rahn, Telegraph
editorialist


I ___________________


ILetters to the Editor


we came to know who provide
or have provided valued service
and products.
To the residents: of Park of the
Palms in independent living and
in the assisted living facility
who have become dear to our
hearts: We pray for God's com-
fort and watchful,care.
Appreciation is also passed on
to the Keystone fire department,
emergency responders, the clay'


county emergency planner, the
city council, the mayor; and
James Williams the Monitor
. editor.
We will relocate to southern
Florida. Tom is pursuing a ca-
reer as an executive director in
long-term care and Missy may
seek employment with a local
hospital in our new location.
We will be missing Keystone,
Missy and Tom Dowell


FEMA not help-
ing Bradford
County
Dear Editor:
I would like to take this time
to thank Brian Johns, EMS, and
BCSO on their hard work after
the storm on Jan. 21. Brian
Johns was fast acting on getting
the Red Cross here to help peo-
ple that were in need of shelter,
-water and food. Our county
leaders have been doing every-
thing in their power to get help
' for the people that are victims of
this Fl tornado.
I just want to make things
clear. It is not their fault that
FEMA is not helping these fami-
lies. There is something that we
can all do, and that is to start
calling our leaders in Washing-
ton and tell them how they, and.
FEMA, left our community high
and dry of funds. I do not under-
stand why our country can al-
ways help other countries, but it
can never help its own people..
It is time that the American
e"people started making a stand
and telling them it's not right for
them to do so. Here is a list of
names and phone numbers that
people can call and voice their
concerns about this matter.
Sen. George" LeMieux 202-
224-3041
Sen. Bill Nelson 202-224-
5274
Rep. Cliff Stearns 202-225-
5744 of 904-269-3203.
Mitchell Gunter
Starke


Open letter to

Keystone

community
Dear Editor:
Missy and Tom Dowell, for-
merly of Park of the Palms, Inc.,
would like to thank the commu-
nity for their support of our past
five years of service to seniors.
We appreciate those who were
entrusted in our care. We, thank
all those who served with us at
Robert J. Willey Manor cur-
rently and in the past.
We ,p .e..,/vzested--a- heart-
of servtee in.w hai-career- path
you chobe. " -
A special thanks is given to
those agencies that we partnered
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Thursday, February 4, 2010 * Regional News


SSocial Announcements


Katherine Fluegel and
Dustin Hamilton

'Hamilton
.to wed April
2010
2 Mr. and Mrs. Dana Fluegel
of Jacksonville announce the
engagement of their daughter,
lKatherine Fluegel, to Dustin
Hamilton, son of Mrs. Theresa
!-Hamilton of Starke.
Fluegel is a graduate of
Mandarin High School in
Jacksonville. She works as a
registered nurse at North
Florida Regional Hospital in
the emergency room. Hamilton
is a graduate of Bradford
County High School, and
works for Starke Fire and
Rescue.
- The �touple will marry on
April 10, 2010 at 5 p.m. in the
Mandarin United Methodist
Church of Jacksonville. The
reception will be held at San
Jose Cotintry Club.

How easy to be amiable in
the midst of happiness and
success.
Anne Sophie Swetchine
1782-1857, Russian Author.


Cheryl Dixon and
Caleb Evans

Dixon, Evans
to wed June
2010
Cheryl Dixon and Caleb
Evans announce their
engagement and upcoming
wedding.
The bride-elect is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John
Dixon. The groom-elect is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Evans. They both attend
Smyrna Baptist Church.
The wedding will be held on
Saturday, June 19, at 3 p.m. at
Grace Baptist Church in
Fayettev.illc, Ga.


Let us, then, be up and
doing, with a heart for
any fate; still.achieving,
still pursuing, learn to
labor and to wait.
Henry Wadsworth.
Longfellow 1819-1892,
American Poet.


II


Duhart named to
Dean's List at
SFCC
Farrah Duhart has been
named to the Dean's.. List at
Santa Fe Community College
for fall term 2009. She main-
tained a GPVA'of at least 3.5 for
this current term while carrying
a full academic load.
The Dean's List traditionally
symbolizes exceptional aca-
demic achievement and is in-
dicative of completion of a sub-
stantial portion of required
courses. Duhart has distin-
guished herself in the pursuit of
excellence by maintaining a
high level of academic attain-
ment. She is majoring in com-
puter engineering.


Stroud

graduates from
seminary

William Albert Stroud 11 of
,,Lawtey received the Master of
* Divinity degree at New'Orleans
Baptist Theological Seminary on
Dec. 19.
Stroud, the chaplain at thFe
Camp Blanding Joint Training
Center, is married to the former
Leslie Rence Griffis of Raiford.
He is the son of William and
Brenda Stroud of Lawtey.
Lake Butler First Baptist is
Stroud's home church.
Stroud also-holds a bachelor's
degree in education from the,
University of Nlrth. Florid?

Shands Starke
hosts women's
heart-health
luncheon Friday
A free heart-health luncheon
is being held in conjunction with
National Wear Red Day on Fri-
day, Feb. 5, from noon until 1
p.m. at the Shands Starke-
atrium.
Dr. Jamie B. Conti of .the
University of Florida Division
of Cardiovascular Medicine will
be the guest speaker. Conti is a
professor and interim chief di-


rector of electrophysiology and
director of cardiovascular fel-
lowship programs.
Conti graduated from the UF
College of Medicine in 1987.
Her residency took place at
Georgetown Uaiversity in 1988
and at Emory University in
1990, with fellowships at UF in
1993 and 1994. Conti is board
certified in.clinical 'cardiac elec-
trophysiology and cardiovascu-
lar disease.
Conti's special-
ties/subspecialties are cardio-
vascular disease and clinical
cardiac electrophysiology. Her
clinical interests are arrhythmia
and heart-failure device imple-
mentation, arrhythmia manage-
ment, pregnancy and arrhyth-
mias.

Starke Rotary
Beast Feast is
March 13 .
� The Rotary Club of Starke
will host its annual Beasi. Feast


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Saturday, March 13, at the (iv.
Charley E. Johns Conferetcc
Center in Starke.
A social hour will begin z3 6
p.m., followed by dinner a 7
p.m. Entertainment will begieat
8 p.m. * ' ,
There will be a silent auction.
Tickets are $50 each. A table
of 10 costs $450.
All proceeds from the auction
and the feast will benefit Rotary
programs locally and interna-
tionally.
Tickets may be purchased
from any Starke Rotary Club
member or at either Capital City
Bank in Starke or the Bradford
County Telegraph. You may
also call Kevin Miller at 904-
364-6011.


Ah, but a man's reach';
should exceed his
grasp, or what's a
heaven for?
Robert Browning.





- In Loving Memnory' of
-Joseph Wesley Jenkins
Sunrise Sunset
November 1935-January 1998
Letting Go
God saw you getting
tired, when a cure was
riot to be.
He closed His arms
around you and
whispered, "Come to
Me. "
In tears, we saw you
sinking, we watched you
fade away.
Our hearts were almost
broken, you fought so
#rd to stay.
lut when we saw you
Sleeping so peacefully
Yfeefrom pain,
We could not wish you
Oack to suffer so again.
to keep your arms
ground him, Lord, and
jive him special care.
fake up for all he
suffered, and all that
seemed unfair.
Love always,
lary, Demetrik, Derrick,
Terry and Edward

In Memory of
Angela Le 'resa
(Horne) Williams
DJuly'18, 1971- Feb. 9, 2009

ify heart is still full from
fe first day of my
daughter 's passing on
Feb. 9, 2009. Angela was
worthy to be loved. God
ats smiled on her and set
&Ir free. We will always
miss her.
To remember Angela is to
rFemember your love for
lfer and the good times.
4ngela would not want us
fo grieve but to live our
lives.
She left behind a
tIsband, three children:
&T - � O
SmiriIf illianim.
Te thank you all for your
Ifndness and support.
The Horne and
Williams families.


OI bituaries .


Curtis Hampton
BALDWIN-Curtis "Hamp
Bailey" Hampton, 93, of Baldwin,
died Tuesday, Feb. 2, 2010, at
Northeast Community Hospice
Care. Center of Jacksonville
following an extended illness.
Mr. Hampton was born in
Starke on Dec. 16, 1916. He was a
member of the Baldwin House of
Prayer. He was a retired farm
laborer, and served in the United
States Army during World War II.
He was preceded in death by
his wife, Mable Hampton. He, is
survived by: his daughter and
caregiver, Rutha Jackson and
Barbara Addison of Baldwin; son,
Larry Fletcher of Baldwin; and his
children, Tearia Jefferson,. and
Demetris and Anthony McCloud,
all of Starke. :
Funeral services 'for Mr.
HaNpton will be Saturday, Feb. 6,
at 1lp.m. in the Baldwin House of
Prayer. Interment will be held in
Piney Grove Cemetery in Baldwin
under the direction of Haile
Funeral Home, Inc. of Starke.
Wake will be Friday, Feb. 5, at the
House of Prayer from 5-8 p.m.
ind one hour prior to the service.
Family will meet at the home of
Mrs. Rutha Jackson, 936 Burney
Ln., Baldwin.

Sue Marlowe
STARKE-Sue Hammond
Marlowe, 73, of Starke and North
Fort Myers, died on Monday, Jan.
J8, 2010, at the home of her
daughter, Jackie Price, - while
under the care of Haven Hospice.
Mrs. Marlowe was born in
Commerce, Ga., and was a
longtime resident of Starke.
SShe is survived by: sons,
Stanley, James and Mitchell;
daughters, Jackie and. Carol; and
many grandchildren, great-
grandchildren and one great-great-
grandchild.
A private memorial service will
be held at the home of James
Hammond on Saturday, Feb. 6; In
lieu of flowers, donations can be
made to Haven Hospice of
Gainesville-

Elsie Meyers'
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-Elsie
Marie Rogers Meyers, 102, of
Keystone Heights, died Friday,
Jan. 29, 2010, at the Windsor
Manor Nursing Home.
Mrs. Meyers was born in Eaton
County, Michigan. on Jan. 23,
1908 to the late John and Grace
Helmer Rogers. She moved to
Keystone Heights in 1999 from
Goshen, Ind., and was a retired
school teacher.
She is survived by: her
- .Adaughter. -Iris Guy Kendall of
gr andchildr, n'. s1\-' t great-
grandchildren, and one great-
great-grandhiild. She is preceded
in death by her husband, Leon
Meyers, and five sisters.
Cremation has taken place.
There will be no services.


Memorials may be made to'.~th
Keystone United - Methodist-
Church, PO Box 744, Keystone.
Heights, FL 32656. Arrangements
are being held under the care .of-
Jones-Gallagher Funeral Home i..
Keystone Heights.

John Ray
MELROSE-John William Ray,
80, of Melrose, passed away at his..
home on Tuesday. Jan. 26. 2010..
He was born in Jacksonville on
June 15, 1929, to the late Waverly
and Helen Neil Ray Sr., and had
served in the United States Air
. Force during the Korean War.
Mr. Ray was employed- with.
Florida Power and Light with .30
years of service and retired after
serving as district manager. He
was a resident of Melrose for the
past 25 years. He attended the
Faith Presbyterian Church and
was a member of the American.
Legion.
He is survived by. his wife of
59 years, Patricia Beaman Ray;
their children.. Ten (Edwhird)
Yelvington of Ocala and Randy
(Fumie) Ray of Kissinynee; a.:
granddaughter, Kristina (Marshall)
Letellier of Jacksonville; and two
great-grandchildren, Dylan anrid
Lauren.
The family will be having-a -
private memorial . service and
burial will follow at the Evergreen.
Cemetery in Jacksonville. In leut
of flowers, the family is asking
that contributions please be made
to the American Lung:
Association, 5526 Arlington Rd.,
Jacksonville, FL .12211-5216.
Arrangements are under the carel
of Jones-Gallagher Fineral Home
of Keystone Heights.
PAID OBITUARY

Thomas
Richerson '
LAKE BUTLER-Thomas.
Lamar Richerson, 41, of Pake"
Butler, died Thursday, Jan. 28.',
2010, in Shands at the University
of Florida.
Mr. Richerson was born Jan.'
II1, 1969, in Gainesville. and Nas
a lifelong area resident. Prior to
his illness, he was a firefighter .
Station 3 New River. He was a .
, member of the Kingdom Hall of
Jehovah's Witnesses in Starke..
ife is survived by: his parents,
Thomas W. and Bessie Douglas
Richerson of Lake Butler; sisters,'.
Lisa Richerson and Glenda
Richerson, both of Lake Butler;
and close friends, Justina,
Christina, Terry and Annette
Marsh.-
Funeral services were held Feb.
I, in the Kingdom Hall.
Arrangements , are by Jones-
., Gallaghtr,"' ^Funeral' lofne, of-.
Starke. -

Delores Riley
A memorial service for Delores
Mae McKinney Riley will be held
at 12 p.m. on Friday. Feb. 7, at


Grace United Methodist Church,
1822 Madison St. in Lawtey.


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George Tuskey
NORTH CAROLINA-George
T. Tuskey, 61, died Sunday, Jan.
31,2010, at his home.
I Mr. Tuskey was born in.
Roswell, N.M. to the late Doris
and Arthur Tuskey. He was a
veteran of the United States
Marine Corps, serving during the
Vietnam War. He later retired
from the state of Florida and
moved to North Carolina, where
his dedication to veteran and
active military personnel
continued, serving as the first
director of the Rileigh Durham
International Airport USO.
. .Mr. Tuskey is survived by: his
wife, Carol Tuskey; daughters,
Sarah and Joanna Tuskey; sisters,
. Barbara Renfro of Hilliard, Jackie
Norris of Lake City, and Billie
Hayes of Starke. -
In lieu of flowers, contributions
may be made to CLAWS Inc. at
1516 Jo Mac Rd., Chapel Hill, NC
27516. A memorial service will be
held at a later date. The family is
being assisted in Durham by
Clements Funeral Services, Inc.

Ruth Veasey
STARKE-Ruth Veasey, 85, of
Starke, died Friday, Jan. 29, 2010,
at Windsor Manor Nursing Home
following an extended illness.
Mrs. Veasey was born on April
26, 1924 in Arab, Ala. to the late
Grover Cleveland and Annie Belle
Beck Alldredge. She was a retired


/e ?Iare-


waitress and member of Madison
Street Baptist Church.
She was preceded in death by:
her daughter, Annette Crane;' and
siblings, Leonard Alldredge, Clara
"Doll" Williams, Irene Anderson
and Nella McGee.
She is survived by: daughters,
-Vicky Kitchaine of Starke and
Sheila Forsythe of Daytona
Beach; a son, Dale (Teresa)
Taylor of Live Oak; sisters,
Shirley Munoc and Joyce
Crawford, both of Lake City;
niece and caregiver, Delores
Stafford of Starke; and six
grandchildren.
Graveside memorial services
for Mrs. Veasey will be on
Saturday, -Feb. 6, at 2 p.m. in
Crosby Lake Cemetery.
Arrangements are by Jones-.
Gallagher Funeral Home of
Starke.



The slave has but one
master, the ambitious
man has as many. as
there are persons
whose aid may
contribute to the
advancement of his
fortunes.
Jean De La BruyFre
1645-1696, French
Classical Writer


, n
Mgnu l

STARKE-Manuel Charles
Stephens, 84, of Starke, passed
away on Feb. I, 2010, at Kindred
Hospital of North Florida.
Mr.. Stephens was born in
Pineknol, Ky. on Oct 7. 1925' to
,"the late Sidney Stephens end
Maude Stephens. He had lived in
Starke with his wife, Eva, since
1971 after moving from Virginia
" each, Va. He was a member of
Pine Level. Baptist Church in
Starke: . . . .
Mr. . Stephens enjoyed
collecting guns and knives, fishing
a4d electronics. He retired from
.th U.S. Navy .'after bravely
serving his country for 27 I, years.
He was preceded in death by:
his son, Sherman James Stephens;
his daughter. Deborah Sue
Stephens: and his grandson. David
Alexander Stephens. He is
survived by: his wile of 60 years.
Eva Barnes Stephens of Starke;
his children. Bonnie Crane of
Keystone Heights, David Stephens
of Tennessee. and April Sayers of
Keystone Heights; his brother.
Howard Stephens of Tennessee;
his nine grandchildren and II
great-grandchildren.
Arrangements are under the
care of Archie Tanner Funeral
Services of Starke.
* PAID OBITUARY

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Airmen who complete basic
training earn four credits toward,-
an associate in applied science
degree through the Community
College of the Air Force.
Miller is the son of Jay and
Beth Miller of Keystone
Heights. He is a 2006 graduate
of Keystone Heights High
School.
Mark Johnson
completes basic
training
A'- , F3- NAL. A ..i.m.n


Rachel Best


Rachel Best
completes basic
training
Air National Guard Airman
Rachel L. Best graduated from
basic military training at Lack-
land Air Force Base, San Anto-
nie, Texas.
Best completed an intensive,
eight-week program that in-
cluded training in military disci-
pline 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.
Best is the daughter of Marty
Best of Starke. She is a 2008
graduate of Bradford High
School.t


Craigory Jones
completes basic
training
Air Force Airman Craigory J.
Jones graduated from basic mili-
tary training .at Lackland Air
Force Base, San Antonio, Texas.
Jones completed an.iptensive,
eight-week program that in-
cluded training in military disci-
pline and studies, Air Force core
values, physical fitness, and
basic warfare principles an4d
skills.
Airmen who complete basic
training earn four credits toward
an associate in applied science
degree through the Community
College of the Air Force.
Jones is the son of Heather
and John Jones of Starke. He is
a 2009 graduate of Bradford
County High School.


Jay Miller


Jay Miller
completes basic
training.
Air Force Airman Jay C.
Miller graduated from basic
military training at Lackland Air
Force Base, San Antonio, Texas.
Miller completed an intensive,
eight-week program that in-
cluded training in military disci-
pline and studies, Air Force core ,
values, physical fitness, and
basic warfare principles and
skills.


During the nities weeks of .TrdV
Of KaSZaS


training, Johnson studied the
Army mission and received in-
structioni and training exercises
in drill and ceremonies, Army.
history, core values and tradi-
tions, military courtesy, military
justice, physical fitness, first aid,
rifle marksmanship, weapons
use, map reading and land navi-
gation, foot marches, armed and
unarmed! combat, pd field ma-
neuvers and tactics.:- -
Johnson is the son of Renee
Johnson of Keystone Heights,
and the grandson of Linda Jef-
fries of Greenville; S.C. He is a


Army vivt. Mark . n 2005 graduate o Keystone
has graduated from basic com- Heights High School. .
bat training at Fort Sill, Lawton, H � ' - ". ..
Okla.


completes basic
training
Army Pvt. Trevor J.,Kaszas
has graduated from basic com-
bat training at Fort Sill, Lawton,
Okla.
During the nine weeks of
training, Johnson studied the
Army mission and received in-
struction and training exercises
in drill and ceremonies, Army
history, core values and tradi-
tions, military courtesy, military
justice, physical fitness, first aid,
rifle marksmanship, weapons
use, map reading and land navi-
gation, foot marches, armed and


unarmed combat, and field .ma-
neuvers and tactics.
Kaszas is the son of Timothy
Kaszas of Interlachen, and
Cynthia Layfield of Melrose. He.
is a 2007 graduate of Keystone -
Heights High School.

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Starke is offering a free walking
clinic every Saturday at 11 a.m.
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invites friends

'o use stolen

credit card
BY TERESA STONE
IRWIN
Times Editor
: Kimberly Dell Anderson,
26, of Lake Butler was arrested
9an. 22 by Union County
�Sheriff's Office Deputy-Carl
flanlon following an
investigation into a stolen Visa
debit card.
A female victim told officers
that she had last used her debit
card at Spires IGA on Jan. 20.
When she decided to use the
card at another store, she
realized it was missing. After
backtracking and not finding
the card, she called the bank to
report it lost and/or stolen.
The victim reported seven
,,.unknown transactions that took
., place approximately one hour
after last using her card. They
:'Included two purchases at the
,,Lake Butler S&S Store for
$20.17 and $40.08, as well as
,. five transactions at the Sunrise
"Food Mart in the amounts of
'i$57.12, $25.80, $26.09, $37.42
and $42.47. ;
Surveilance video at the
,,unrise Food Mart revealed a
women exiting the passenger's
,',side of a black pickup truck
.m,,ind using the'card to activate
.,,he fuel pump. She then
',,proceeded to four other fuel
.,,pumps at the station and
..activated each one using the
.,.debit card to allow other
.,people to put fuel in four other
vehicles.
Following an investigation,
Anderson allegedly admitted
. ,,to activating the pumps at the
Sunrise Food Store for the five
'vehicles seen on the
- surveillance video, however,
.-she said that the card was
,.,given to her by someone else
who had been driving her
around that day.
i Anderson also alleged that
.'"the card was not stolen from
, ,anyone but was thrown from a
moving vehicle somewhere
between Starke and Lake
Butler. Anderson was.arrested
aind charged with fraudulent
use of a credit card.


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:
Tom Carson, 64, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Jan. 27 by Clay County
Sheriffs Office (CCSO)
deputies on a warrant for
possession of a controlled
substance with intent to sell.
; Donald Frey, 20, of.
Keystone Heights was arrested
Jan. 27 by CCSO deputies on
warrants for sale of marijuana
and sale of Oxycontin.

Michelle Goens-Alayon, 37,
of Keystone Heights was'
arrested Jan. 27 by CCSO
deputies on a warrant for sale


and delivery of a controlled
substance.
Heather Arthur, 20, of
Starke was arrested Jan. 28 by
CCSO deputies for one count
of child neglect, two counts of
child neglect without great
harm and one count of causing
a child to commit an unlawful
act.
Tomas Wichterman, 25, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Jan. 28 by CCSO deputies on a
a warrant for violation of
probation for an original
charge of driving while license
is suspended or revoked.-
Destiny Brown, 33, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Jan. 29 by CCSO deputies on
warrants for two counts of
grand theft and two counts of
violation of probation. Bond
was set at $10,000 and she was
released from jail Feb. 2.
Misty Goode, 24, of Melrose
was arrested Jan. 31 by CCSO
deputies on a warrant for
failure to appear in court.
Chastity Wolfert, 35, of
Melrose was arrested Jan. 31
by CCSO deputies on' a
warrant for sale and delivery
of marijuana.
Enrique Lira of Rusk'in was
arrested Jan. 27 by Union
County Sheirff's Office.
(UCSO) Capt. H.M.
Tomlinson on a warrant for
contempt of court-child
support. He may purge the
charge by paying $2,040.
SMichael Randall Hert, 41,.of
Largo was arrested Jan. 27 by
UCSO Capt. Tomlinson for
contempt of court-child
support. k
Richard Edward Casper, 49,
was arrested Jan. 27 by UCSO
Capt. Tomlinson on warrants
for three counts of failure to
* appear in court for original
felony charges.
M.Ark Estin Crawford, 26, of'
Lake Butler was arrested Jan.-
30 by UCSO Deputy John
Gootee on warrants for DUI
and trespassing after warning.
Jessy Dewayne Barker, 21,
..of Lake-City was.arrested Jan.
29 by UCSO Deputy Gootee
for contempt of court-violation
of an injunction against
repeated violence. According
to the report filed by Deputy
Gootee,- Barker called the
victim approximately 44 times
while Deputy Gootee was
present. Barker allegedly
yelled and cursed at the victim
when Deputy Gootee asked her
to answer the phone for five of
those calls.
Rena Arnold, 37, of Starke
was arrested Jan. 29 by Starke


Police Department (SPD)
officers for failure to appear in
court for an original
misdemeanor charge. Bond
was set at $4,000 and she was
released on bond Feb. 1.
Michelle Latonya Betha, 39,
of Jacksonville' was arrested
Jan. 29 by SPD officers for
driving while license 'is
suspended or revoked. Bond
was set at $500 and she was
released on bond Jan. 29.
Leani Brockington, 61, of
Starke was arrested Jan. 29 by
SPD officers for failure to
appear in court for an original
misdemeanor charge. Bond
was 'set at $4,000 and she was
released on bond Feb. 1.
Norma Jane Butts, 37, of
Lawtey was booked into the
Bradford County Jail Feb. I by
SPD officers for driving while
license is suspended or
revoked. She was released
from jail Feb. 2.
Chuckle Detroy Covington,
20, of Starke was booked into
the Bradford County Jail Jan.
30 by SPD officers for
resisting an officer without
violence. Bond was set at
$1,000 and he was released on
bond Feb. 1.
Jeremy Daniel Craig, 23, of
Jacksonville was booked into
the Bradford County Jail Jan.
29 by Bradford County
Sheriff's Office (BCSO)
deputies. He was charged with
violation of probation for an
original felony charge. Bond
was set at $1,000 and.he was
released on Feb. 1.
Chelsy Croft, 20, of Lake
Butler was arrested Jan. 30 and
booked into the Bradford
County Jail for violation of
probation for an original
misdemeanor charge. She was
being held on no bond and
remained, in jail as of press
* time.
Kimberly Eason-Cowart, 38,
of Starke was arrested Jan. 27
by Florida Highway Patrol
(FHP) troopers for possession
of cocaine, possession of drug
paraphernalia and on two out-
of-county warrants. Total bond
--was sef 'at $20,000 ahd "she
remained, in- jail as .of press
time.
Mark Steven Faulkner, 21,
of Starke was arrested Jan. 31
by BCSO deputies for driving
while license is suspended or
revoked. Bond was set at $500
and he was released on bond
Jan.31.
Houston James Fender, 18,
of Starke was arrested Feb. I
by BCSO deputies .for larceny.
He was released from jail on
Feb. 1.


Jordan Lee Feria, 19, of
Starke was arrested Jan. 28 by
SPD officers for disorderly
conduct. Bond was set at $500
and he was released on bond
Jan. 28.
Doyle John Havard, 24, of
Starke was arrested Jan. 29 by
BCSO deputies for burglary"
and larceny and on two counts
of failure to appear in court-
one for an original felony
charge and one for an original
misdemeanor. Total bond was
set at $40,000 and he remained
in jail as of press time.
Horace Edward Jenkins, 38,
of Alachua was arrested Jan.
27 by BCSO deputies for
possession of cocaine. Bond
was set at $50,000 and he
remained in jail as of press
time.
Adrian Bernard King, 19, of
Starke was arrested Jan. 31 by
SPD officers for disturbing the
peace. Bond was set at $1,000
and he was released Feb. 1.

Jonathan Tyler Moore, 19,
of Ponte Vedra Beach was
arrested Jan. 30 by SPD
officers for possession of less
than 20 grams of marijuana
and possession of alcohol by a
person under 21 years of age.
Bond was set at $2,000 and he
was released on bond Jan. 30.
Victor York Nettles, 59, of
Lake Butler was arrested Jan..
26 by BCSO deputies for
driving while license is


suspended or revoked. Bond
was set at $500 and he was
released Jan. 26.
Marilyn Elizabeth Northcutt,
50, of Lancaster, S.C., was
arrested Feb. I by BCSO
deputies for failure to appear
in court. Bond was set at
$4,000 and she remained in jail
as of press time.
Jennifer Dawn Pittenger, 37,
of Starke was arrested Jan. 31
by SPD officers for retail theft.
Bond was set at, $500 and she
was released on bond Jan. 31.
Allen Russell Smith, 19, of
Starke was arrested Jan. 31 by
SPD officers for disturbing the
peace. Bond was set at $1,000
and he remained in jail as of
press time.'
Amanda L..Thornton, 21, of
Hampton was arrested Jan. 27
by BCSO deputies for
violation of probation for an
original felony charge. Bond
was set at $10,000 and. she was
released on Jan. 27.
Chad Lee Vaughn, 33, of
Starke was arrested Jan. 27 by
SPD officers for driving
without a valid driver's
license. Bond was set at $500
and he was released on Jan. 28.
Dana Coletta Warren, 33, of
Ellenwood, Ga., was arrested
Jan. 29 by BCSO deputies for
warrants on three counts of
violation of probation for
,original felony charges. She ,
was being held on no bond.
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Devon Edwin McBride, 24
He is 5'9", 150 pounds, with
brown eyes.and black hair: His
last known address was 746 W.
Madison St. in Starke.
He has three warrants pend-
ing: one for battery on a' law
-enforcement officer; one' for
carrying a concealed firearm;
and one for possession of a coi-
trolled substance.
If he is arrested, he will be
held on no bond.
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Thursday, February 4, 2010 * Regional News 9B


'COACH
Continued from Page 1B

longtime coach, having served
as an assistant football coach
and heal boys' basketball coach
at Forrest High School in
Jacksonville for 17 years. The
elder Chipoletti's stops also in-
cluded Orange Park High
School, where he served as de-
fensive coordinator for three
seasons, and Fleming Island,
where he was the school's inau-
gural head coach. In the school's
fifth year of existence, Neal
Chipoletti, along with Derek,
who was the offensive coordina-
tor, guided the Golden Eagles to
the Golden Eagles to the Class
5A regional finals.
"That was the cherry on top,"
Derek Chipoletti said of the
chance to work with his father
and "best friend" again. "There
was no way I could've turned
the job down after that."
Beth Moore, the Bradford
: County superintendent of
schools, selected Chipoletti after
a committee coiiposed of six
'mostly longtime BHS coaches
:narrowed a field of approxi-
mately 100 applicants to three
finalists. In essence, though, she
said the committee, which in-
cluded former football coaches
David Hurse and Lennard Reg-
ister, had already made the final


' hood behind the end zone on the
same field where the team his,
father coached was playing.
"It became just a way of life,"
Chipoletti said. "Growing up
and going to games on Friday
nights was one of the special
things I ever could've been a
part of."
Chipoletti finished his last
semester of college at the Uni-
versity of North Florida. While
there, he worked as an assistant
coach alongside his father at
Forrest. After graduating from
UNF, he took the defensive co-
ordinator position at Sandal-
wood High School. He would go
on to work with his father at
Orange Park before joining his
father in starting the new pro-
gram at Fleming Island.
It was a rough start at Fleming
Island, as one might imagine.
The school won seven games its
first three seasons, but improved
to 6-4 in 2006. In 2007, the Ea-
gles went 8-5, advancing to the
regional finals before losing 28-
26 to Bartram Trail.
Fleming Island went 8-2 in
2008 before Neal Chipoletti
resigned after six seasons.
Derek Chipoletti took the
head coaching position at
Williston in 2009. He inherited a
team that went 7-5 and qualified
for the. regional playoffs in
2008. He guided the Devils back
to the playoffs, where they lost
in the first round to eventual
-ftntp rhnnin B lloe Twn nf tho


pick. amtl amp..iai s UI e. i WU Uo the
"Basically, my choice was team's three losses during the
made because he was the regular season were to state-
unanimous pick of the commit- ranked Lake Highland Prep and
tee," Moore said. "I put my faith Trinity Catholic.
in the, committee because
they're the experts in football." Leaving Williston after just
BHS Principal Doug Thoburn, one season was tied to more
who served as the committee than just family reasons,
leader, said there were several Chipoletti said. He wanted the
"really, really good candidates." chance to put together the type
"We couldn't have been of staff he feels is necessary to
*wrong with any of them," build a winning program. He
Thoburn said, "but Derek was feels he has the chance to do that
head and shoulders the number- at BHS.
one choice-the, unanimous "When I inquired about the
choice. I think that's the key. job, the powers-that-be-Doug
Seldom do you get a committee (Thoburn) and Dr. Moore-it
together of six people and have seemed they were willing to do
a unanimous choice."
Chipoletti played linebacker
at Orange Park High School and
received a scholarship to play at Labor is man's greatest fu
the University of Central Flor- can do nothing, he can
ida. He had the opportunity to fulfill nothing, v
play for Brian Van Gorder, the Orville
current defensive coordinator for .America
the Atlanta Falcons and former
defensive^-po&,d" .for --t
Llniversivty of Georgia, and Wil- '-- - -- -"- --
lie Martinez, another former " I
defensive coordinator for Geor-, 4 qrAll Your La
gia. , ,. ...


It was while at Central Florida
Chipoletti said he realized' he
should seriously consider coach-
ing as a career. He said as a
player he was humbled immedi-
ately. Every, player is good at the
Division I'levei, he said.
He once was a big fish in a lit-
tle pond when he played in high
school, but things were different
in college.
"Everyone's a big fish,"
Chipoletti said. "Some of them
are bigger." -. .
It seemed no question,
,.though, that he would remain
'involved in football, given: his
.-father's long ties to the sport.
sFootball was all Chipoletti
-,knew. He has fond memories as
,:a youth playing tackle football
withh other kids in the neighbor-


what it takes to build a great
high school program, and that
was to commit to getting other
football coaches and being able
to build a staff.
The Bradford job was also
appealing because of three
young coaches who graduated
from BHS-Daniel Davis, the
school's current athletic direc-
tor, Steven Reynolds and Jeff
Nettles. Chipoletti said it would
be a special situation if he could
add those three men to his staff.
He will have two. of them in
Davis and Reynolds.
Chipoletti introduced two
other coaches who will be on his
staff-Hunter Kelly and Joe
Mangels. Though he does not
know what specific assignments
will be as of yet, Chipoletti said
Reynolds will definitely be the
offensive line coach, while
Kelly will most likely have of-
fensive line duties as well. Man-
gels will most likely work with
wide receivers, while Neal
Chipoletti will work with the
defensive secondary. Neal
Chipoletti could wind up being
the defensive coordinator.
Derek Chipoletti gave pro-
spective players an indication of
what to expect out of him, list-
ing. a group of core values-
love, honesty, respect, commit-
ment and effort-his program
would have, while also showing
how eager he is to get started.
He apologized to the group for
not being a polished speaker,
insisting he was simply a "ball
coach." He wants to dive into
the job at hand and turn Brad-
ford into a program that has the
community talking around the
water coolers at work on Mon-
days and showing up en masse
on Friday nights.
"We want the town to shut
down on Friday nights,"
Chipoletti said. "We want signs
in the stores saying, 'Closed.
Gone to the ball game.' I want
little kids walking up with their
Bradford County Tornado T-
shirts on, dreaming about one
day becoming a Tornado foot-
ball player."


unction. He is nothing, he
achieve nothing, he can
without working.
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Karleigh Smoak (seated, center) signs her necessary paperwork to accept a schol-
arship from Southeastern University. She is seated with Keystone head coach Jes-
sica Carter and Southeastern head coach Daryle Tucker. Her parents, Kelly and
Kim, look on as well.


Keystone Heights' Smoak


accepts Southeastern offer


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Keystone Heights High
School senior Karleigh Smoak is
ready for something new in her
life after graduation, but one
thing that will remain constant is
that she will be playing basket-
ball after accepting a scholarship
from Southeastern University in
Lakeland.
"I'm ready to get out, meet
some new people and play on a
new team," Smoak- said. "I'm
excited."
Smoak, a guard who averaged
14 points, seven rebounds and
four assists per game during the
regular season, became aware of
Southeastern because her cousin
plays soccer there. She toured
the campus and fell in love.
"It's beautiful down there,"
Smoak said. "Everything's new.
Everybody's so nice. I was like,
'This is really cool. I could
really go here.'"
Smoak also visited Stetson
University and received interest
from Warner Southern Univer-
sity, but said, "By then, I already
'had my heart set on Southeast-
ern. I felt like I was being called
to go there."
That was good news- for
Southeastern head coach Daryle
Tucker, whp.said he felt the
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need to recruit Smoak as soon as enth grade, has seen Smoak de-
he became aware of her and her velop into a "tactical" player the
ability before some other school past couple of years. Smoak can
snatched her up. now capably run the team with-
Tucker sees Smoak as a good out having to constantly look t
fit in the five-guard offense he the bench at Carter to find out
plans to utilize. - what. to do.
"I think the biggest thing that "I ,let her choose," Carter s id.
excites me about Karleigh is her "I let her see the floor and then
size and her ability to get up and decide, 'OK, they're doing this.
down the court and dribble," Let's run this.'"
Tucker said. "She creates an- Carter said that development
other dimension in that five- as a floor leader will help
guard offense. She's going to be Smoak at the next level.
hard to check. We really want to . . "That. just proves she's ready
get up and down the court, and to go to the next level because
we want to have some size." . that's what you need," Cahter
Smoak said playing in an of- said. "College coaches, they
fense centered around nothing don't tell you what to do allIthe
but guards is exciting. . time. You have to make those
"Instead of rebounds, we're decisions quickly on the coatrt,
just going to have points," she When you're faced with a deci-
said. "That's our. goal-just sion, you've got to know howd to
shoot it and make it. Don't even react. She reacts well."
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from the floor, but Keystone could take her places. She felt
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Smoak does have an "absolutely sport, but also realized nothing
beautiful shot." would come to her without 'ef-
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Bradford girls'

knock off top

-seed Union in

district tourney

BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
L. a'Quisha Williams hit a big
3-pointer in the fourth quarter
and scored four more points late
in the quarter to help lead the
.-Bradford girls' basketball team
,to a 48-41 win over Union
.County in the south bracket of
the District 4-3A quarterfinals
on Feb. 2 in Keystone Heights.
. Bradford (9-13), the tourna-
-ment's fourth seed, has now
won two straight to advance to a
'semifinal matchup this Friday,
Feb. 5, against second seed Key-
stone Heights at Keystone
:Heights High School at 7 p.m.
*To reach that game, the Torna-
Soes had to knock off Union, the
tournament's number-one seed
find a team that swept two regu-
lar-season games against Brad-
'ford.
If Bradford defeats Keystone,
,it will play for the district title
zSaturday, Feb. 6, at Baker
.County High School in Glen St.
ivlary at 7 p.m.
The Tornadoes led for most of
4the second half, but Union (1?-
'10) took a 26-25 third-quarter
Lead when Lashae Mitchell
made a 3-pointer. It was 28-27
in favor of the Tigers in the last
minute of the quarter until Taq-
uiandra Diggs hit a long jumper
to put Bradford up by one. Lakia
rBright later grabbed a defensive
rebound and pushed the ball
iupcourt as the quarter's final
seconds were ticking off the
clock. She penetrated the lane
and dished the ball off to Ashley
Johnson, who scored on a layup
before the buzzer to send the
Tornadoes into the final period
up 31-28.
, A 3-pointer by Williams made
it a 38-34 game, but the Tigers'
Anbreyal Stewart had a basket
and three free throws to cut
Bradford's lead to one with two
minutes remaining. The Torna-
does scored the next six points,
beginning with a layup by Wil-
liams off of an assist from
Bright and ending with Wil-
liams' rebound putback.
: Williams finished the game
with I I points, while Bright led
Bradford with 12. Quinessa Por-
tis added nine points. . .
Union's Stewart was the
game's leading scorer with 24
points.


Score by Quarter
BHS: 2 17 12 17-48
UCHS: " 7 9 12 13-41

Scoring
Union (41): Edwards 4,
Shakeyla Griffin 2, Lareesa
Jackson 5, Teyona Jenkins 1,
.Mitchell 5, Stewart 24. 3-
pointers: Mitchell. Free throws:
12-22.

Bradford (48): Bright 12, Diggs
7, Chelsea Jackson 2, Johnson
6, Portis' 9, Latasha Smith 1;
Williams 11. 3-pointers: Wil-
liams. Free throws: 5-14.


Tornadoes crush

Interlachen for

opening win

BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
It was a strong start for the
Bradford girls' basketball team
in the play-in game of the Dis-
trict 4-3A tournament's south
bracket as the Tornadoes shut
out Interlachen in the first quar-
ter and led by 17 at the half en
route to a 69-27 win on Feb. I in
Keystone Heights.
Taquandra Diggs and
La'Quisha Williams combined
to outscore the entire Interlachen
team with 17 and 14 points, re-
spectively. Lakia Bright also
scored in double figures with 10
points.


Score by Quarter
IHS: 0 18 2 7-27
BHS: 18 17 20 14-69

Bradfprd scoring (69): Bright
10, Diggs 17, Chelsea Jackson
4, Nicole Jenkins 6, Ashley
Johnsoh 2, Marissa Molina 4,
Jasmine' Pernell 3, Quinessa
Portis 7, Latasha Smith 2, Wil-
liams 14. 3-pointers: Williams 2.
Free throws: 7-22.


Keystone girls

get 6-point.

quarterfinal win

BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Points were hard to come by,
but the Keystone Heights girls'
basketball team scored enough
to defeat Crescent City 40-34 in
the quarterfinals of the -District
4-3A tournament on Feb. 2 in
Keystone.
. The. Indians, the / south
bracket's number-two seed, will


play fourth seed Bradford this
Friday, Feb. 5, in a semifinal
game at KHHS at 7 p.m. If Key-
stone wins, it will play for the
district title Saturday, Feb. 6, at
Baker County High School in
Glen St. Mary at 7 p.m,
Keystone scored just foul
points in the second quarter, but
led third seed Crescent City 17-9
going into the half.,That. was
thanks to a first quarter that saw
Leanne Dye and Karleigh
Smoak each make a 3-pointer.
The Indians built their lead to
13 in the third quarter after a
steal and score by Smoak, fol-
lowed by a layup by Chelsea
Harvin off of a Smoak assist.
Crescent City, though, made it
a five-point game in the fourth
quarter after a 6-0 run. Dye hit
her second 3-pointer of the night
to put Keystone up 36-28.
The final 2:30 was a struggle
for the Indians, who failed to
make the front end of a one-and-
one opportunity at the foul line
three times. Dye had the only
points for Keystone during that
stretch, sinking a short jumper
off of an assist from Megan
Zinkel.
Zinkel blocked a shot and
grabbed two defensive rebounds
in the final 2:30.
Harvin led Keystone with 12
points, while Smoak and Dye
finished with nine and eight,
respectively.

Score by Quarter
CCHS: 4 5 12 13-34
KHHS: 13 4 14 9-40

Keystone scoring (40): Dye 8,
Harvin 12, Smoak 9, Liz Wheeler
6, Zinkel 5. 3-pointers: Smoak,
Dye 2. Free throws: 9-17.


Boys' basketball

district tourney

starts Monday

BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Keystone Heights High
School will host the south sub-
tid!.t hb kntake f f the Dict!n�i A


The winner of Monday's play-
in game will play top seed ('res-
cent City on Tuesday, Feb. 9. at
7:30 p.m. That game will be
preceded by second seed Brad-
ford against third seed Inter-
lachen at 6 p.m.
Tuesday's winners will play
each other on Friday, Feb. 12, at
7 p.m. The winner of that game
will play for the district champi-
onship on Saturday, Feb. 13, at 7
p.m. at Baker County High
School in Glen St. Mary. The
opponent will be the team that
comes out on top in the north
bracket of the district.
North sub-district teams are
Baker County, Baldwin, Bishop
Snvder and West Nassau.


game streak

BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Yakeem Griner scored 25
points as the Bradford boys'
basketball team locked up the
second seed in the upcoming
District 4-3A tournament with a
71-50 win over visiting Inter-
lachen on Jan. 29.
It was the second win over In-
terlachen in a week as the Tor-
nadoes won their sixth straight
to improve to 14-8.
Griner scored 12 points in the
first half as the Tornadoes built
a 28-18 lead.
Treyonte Covington scored 12


points for B
got eight froi
Bradford
County this
will host N(
Feb. 5, at 7:3
The Distri(
begins Mond
south teams
the bracket a
High School
for times and

Score by Qu
IHS: 12
BHS: 14


Sign-ups for

Melrose spring

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The Melrose Youth Sports
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until I p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 6,
and Saturday. Feb. 13, at the
Melrose Elementary School
gym.
For more information, visit
www.melrosesports.org or send
e-mail to sysallyy@gmail.com.


to hold tryouts

Feb. 7

The Gainesville Warriors
girls' fastpitch softball organiza-
tion will be holding 16U travel
team tryouts for . the
spring/summer season Sunday,
Feb. 7, at 2 p.m. at the water
works field just north of
Alachua.
For more information, please
call Andrew Strickland at 352-
494-7562 or Billy Shiskin at
352-258-8789.


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with a play-in game between the 12, Terrance Davis 6, Griner 25,.
host Indians and Union County Tramaine Harris 2, Justin
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Union is the south bracket's Free throws: 5-14.
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mundo Hernandez set up Court-
ier's goal.
"The kid got up about 10 feet
and rose way up above every-
body else," Waters said of
Courtier. .
Groves said the play, though',
in no way took away from his,
team's solid effort.
"Our defense was probably
the best I've seen all year,"
Groves said. "The goal they got,
it was a good ball, a good score.
There was not much we could
do."
:Groves spoke to his team-
mates after the game, telling
them to keep their heads up. He
said they had nothing to be
ashamed of.
"To come this far and lose to
them'by one goal, what can you
say? I'm proud of this team,"'
Groves said. "Even though we
lost, I'm proud of our team. I
love our boys."
If Keystone defeats Episcopal
in Thursday's regional quarter-
finals, it will either travel to play
Crescent City or host Bolles in
the regional semifinals Tuesday,
Feb. 9, at 7 p.m.


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country. 2 BR/1BA very
clean, mini blinds through-
out, wood deck, quiet area
nice yard SE 49th Ave. ,
Starke, $400 per month
plus deposit. Call 352-
468-1093 or 904-571-
6561.
2/2 SWMH- $500/mo. plus
$500/dep. 22515 NW
53rd Ave., Lawtey. Ser-
vice animals only. Gar-
bage service and lawn
service included. Call
904-796-0177 or 904-
796-0501.
2BA/1 BA, CH/A, W/D hook-
up, fenced in lot, deck on
front and back, in Lawtey.
$450 per month, 1st, last
& $200 dep. Call 386-523-
5091.
BRAND NEW 3BR/2BA,
for $925, located behind
Tony's food mart. Property
includes vaulted ceilings,
tile, new carpet, Kenmore
appliances, irrigation sys-
tem, 2 car garage, walk in
closets, new air handler,
new water heater, new,
everything. Call Joshua
at 352-275-4889.
3BR/2BA MH IN LAKE
BUTLER. No smoking.
Only service animals are
allowed. References re-
quired, $650/mo & $250
deposit. Call 386-496-
2288 after 5 pm.
BEAUTIFUL MODERN 1
bedroom apartment in
Melrose. Quiet neighbor-
hood, $550 per month,
includes utilities, no pets,
no smoking. Call 352-
475-3486.
BEAUTIFUQWTiIl UW I
house for'rent with lake
access and dock, chef's
kitchen, clay.electric. You
wont be disappointed.
$900 per month. Call 904-
710-9650.
RENT 2BR/2BA MH for one
or two people. Service
animals only. $575 per
month and $575 security.
Call 904-964-9719.
317 REDGRAVE ST.,
Starke. 3BR/2BA house
with garage. New carpet
& paint throughout. $800
per month plus security
deposit. Apply at 904-742-
5985.
2BR/1 BA HOUSE complete-
ly remodeled, furnished
with whirlpool tub, with ac-
cess to Silver Lake. $650
per month, $650 deposit.
Call 904-424-7534.
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2BA home online
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Information. New Oak
floors in bedrooms, new
windows and heat pump,
great home for older
couple or starter family,
quiet safe neighborhood,
no pets, no smoking. De-,
posit, first month, refer-
ences and credit check.
.$750 per month. Call 814-
257-9825.


RENTALS AVAILABLE in
Keystone Heights. Paved
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Clay County, landscaped,
beautiful views and beau-
tiful lot 3 newly renovated
houses available $650 to
$900 Arbor Real Estate
Services, LLC 352-494-
3743
4BR/3BA, 2-story home on
Historic Walnut St. Home
has been remodeled and
has 2900 sq ft. $1,000
Call 904-887-8451.
STARKE QUIET neighbor-
hood, 2BR/18A apart-
ment, duplex. Large
living room, kitchen-all
appliances, washer/dryer,
screened back porch, ceil-
ing fans, central heat/air,
window coverings. Lease
$545/mo. 1st, last, secu-
rity. Call Dixon Rentals at
352-588-0013.

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and Keystone Heights
2BR/1BA in good neigh-
borhoods. Extra clean,
all maintenance includ-
ed, small pet considered.
Rents, $500, $550 &
$650 per month, depos-
its based on rental history
and/or job references.
Call 352-473-5214.
WE HAVE 2 OR 3 bedroom
MH, clean, close to prison.
Call 352-468-1323.
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FREE! Nice, newly reno-
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678-438-2865.

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apt. CH/A, ice maker,
new carpet and tile', wash-
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town Starke. $475/mo.,
call 904-964-4303 for ad-
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month. Call 904-964-4303
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$450. Can deliver, 352-
317-4031.


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TV's, armoires, brand new
1200 count sheet sets,
collectibles, antiques &
household items, food &
lots more.

MULTI FAMILY yard sale.
Men, women & kids
clothes, toys, & house-
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Ave (Forsythe Road).
Fri., 8am til 2pm & Sat.,
7am til 2pm.
COUNTRY CLUB moving
sale. Furniture, home &
Christmas decor, name
brand clothes, lawn furni-
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Sat. 8am til ? Starke Golf
& Country Club.
NEW & USED children's
clothes Clothes for the
entire family & other
household items Will be
held Saturday, February
6,2010, from 8am til 2pm,
at 2314 Lake St. Lawley
FI.
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5588 Hampton Villas Dr.,
off CR 325 Sat. 8am til ?
Scrubs, boy clothes up to
5T
53 B Keystone
Heights Yard
Sales
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clothing. Most 50% off.
Sat. Jan. 30th & Feb.
6th. 9am til noon. 110
SW Nightingale St. at
Bungalow 21.
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364-1983.
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Butler Yard
Sales
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Rainbow's Learning Cen-
ter in Lake Butler. Sat.
only, 7am til 1pm. Please
use side entrance. Cloth-


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bed with headboard, foot-
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OBO. 3 years old , in
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Women's Venture 19" like
new. Aluminum frame, 10
speed, excellent condi-
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--bottle cage, cycling com-
puter & cover. Paid $401,
asking $150 firm. Also,
Dijon colored love seat
sofa for sale: paid $550
asking $140. Contact
Sandy at 904-796-1004
if interested.
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in Bradford, Keystone
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livery available For ap-
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8801
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SAGE SOFA LOVE SEAT
& chair Like brand new,
very comfortable $900.
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New computer set-up?
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and beginning classes
now forming for February.
Day and evening offered.
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hours Great rates, CPR
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WE DO YARD WORK,
trees. & clean up bushes.
Check with anyone-we
are the cheapest. Harvey
Griffis, 904-364-7500 or
386-623-4672.
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PAIRS. INC. - Correction
of termite & water-dam-
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ing & raising Houses/
BIdgs. Pier Replacement
& alignment. Free Esti-
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has money to lend-for MH
& land packages. 1-800-
284-1144.
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65 Help Wanted
IN-HOME CAREGIVER
WANTED. 8am-6pm
with one hour unpaid
lunch break. Take care
of elderly gentleman in
Starke area. Criminal
history, background check
required. CNA and/or 2
years experience working


Equipment Operator
The City of Starke will be accepting applications for the
position of part-tinme equipment operator for the Public Works
Department. Job duties to include operating equipment such as
tractor, backhoes.. Must be able to perform routine service
maintenance with equipment usage. Perform laborer and semi-
skilled assignments such as masonry & cement work. Aplicant
must be qualified in the above job duties. Must have a valid
State of Florida Commercial D)rivers License Class B. Must
pass a pre-employment physical and drug screen and
background check. Starting salary S7.25 per hour.
Applications and full job descriptions.can be picked up at the
Bradford Career Center/Florida Works, located at 819 South
Walnut St., Starke, FL 32091 and returned to same. Applications
will be accepted through the close of business on Feb. 12. 2010,
at the close of business 3 p.m. The City of Starke is an E.O.E.


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with elderly or disabled cli-
ents. B le in hours
worked. Weekday hours
as well as weekend work.
Must submit resume and
references by e-mail to
deborahc44@gmail.com
or fax to 800-504-4137
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HUMAN RESOURCES/
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Process weekly time and
attendance. New hire
packages and benefits.
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must. 30 hours per week.
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looking for motivated,
honest staff to work with
people with disabilities
in Starke area. Must
have 1 yr. experience,
ability to pass local, state
and federal background,
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drivers license Call 904-
966-2100.


LOAD COORDINATOR/
DISPATCH. Experience
& knowledge in flat bed
trucking a must E-mail
resume to rachel@dmos-
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estate sales person need-
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in another career or sales
position Call to see what
opportunity are in today
real estate market. Con-
tact Dean Weaver at 352-
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with elderly or disabled cli-
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information.
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12B Regional News * Thursday, February 4, 2010


Indians can't

quite get

second straigl

district win

BY CLIFF SMELL
Regional News/Sports E


Keystone Heights F
its first District 4-3A
season in boys' bask
Jan. 19 against Interla
could not come out on
final regular-season
matchup, losing 68-67
cent City on Jan. 29 in
City.'
Dalton Campbell s
points and grabbed 13
for the Indians, who
the Raiders 35-26 in tt
half to whittle down a
halftime deficit.
Keystone (6-13 prior
2) also got 18 points
than Buchanan and
from Josh Ergle.
The loss gave the In(
7. record in District 4
they had pulled out the
still would've been the
five seed in next wee
sub-district tournament
will be hosted by I
Keystone will play fo
Union County in a play
Monday, Feb. 8, at 7 1
related story for more d
Keystone played Bali
past Tuesday and will
the regular season on
against Middleburg o
day, Feb. 4, at 7:30 p.m

Score by Quarter
KHHS: 13 19 22
CCHS: 17 25 17

Keystone scoring (f
chanan 18, Campbell
15, Chase Julius 5,
Thomas 3. 3-polnters
bell, Ergle 2, Buchanan

Earlier results:-

KHHS 45 Interlpch
Defensive stops and n
throws down the stretch
the Indians erase an
deficit entering the fou
ter and defeat district s
ponent Interlachen 45-4
19 in Keystone..
Campbell turned in
double. for Keystone,
trailed by as many as-I
second half. He* sc<
points, grabbed 17 rebot
blocked 10 shots.
Buchanan added. 17 pI

-Score by Quarter
IHS:; 10 11. 10
KHHS: 13 11 2

Keystone scoring (4
chanan 17, Campbell 24
GCurtis 2, Michael Hut
Chris Jones 2. 3-p1
Campbell 2.'

KHHS 34 B. Snyde
Keystone shut out hos
.Snyder in the third qui
outscored the Cardinals


the second half en route to a 34-
27 win on Jan. 25 in Jackson-
ville.
Campbell and Buchanan led
the Indians with 11 and 10
points, respectively.


Score by Quarter
KHHS: 7 9 10
BS: 6 13 0


picked up
win of the
ketball on
achen, but
top of its
district
7 to Cfes-
Crescent

scored 26
rebounds
outscored
he second
S10-point

:r to Feb.
from Na-
15 points

dians a 1-
. Even if
win, they
* number-
k's south
it, which
Keystone.
urth seed
y-in game
p.m. (See
details.)
dwini this
conclude
the road
n Thurs-


Keystone scoring (34): Bu-
chanan 10, Campbell 11, Curtis
2, Ergle 2, Jones 2, Julius 4,
Thomas 3. 3-pointers: Camp-
bell.

St. Francis 59 KHHS 44
The Indians were outscored
29-11 in the first quarter as host
St. Francis handed them a 59-44
loss 6n Jan. 26 in Gainesville..
Campbell led Keystone with
19 points, while Buchanan had
nine.


Score by Quarter
KHHS: 11 9
SF: 29 9


13 11-44
15 6-59


Keystone scoring (44): Bu-
chanan 9, Campbell 19, Curtis 4,
Ergle 7, Jones 2, Thomas 2. 3-
pointers: Buchanan.


Bradford boys

defeat Union

County 70-63

BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor


. TTreyonte Covington and
Terrance Davis combined to
score 16 points in the second
13-67 quarter as the Bradford boys'
9-68 basketball team erased a four-
point deficit en route to defeat-;
67): Bu- ing visiting Union County 70-63
26, Ergle in a District 4-3A matchup on
. Reggie Jan. 26 in Starke.
i: Camp- Union led 16-12 after the first
4. quarter, but the Tornadoes out-
scored the Tigers 43-32 in the
second and . third quarters.
Covington and Davis scored 10
and six points, respectively, in
ien 29 the second quarter as Bradford
made free took a 34-32 lead into the half.
;h helped Covington, who finished' with
S11-point 20 points, did his part to help
rth quar- Bradford maintain its lead in the
outh op- fourth quarter, scoring eight
I on Jan. points. He made 4-of-6 free
throws in. the quarter and fin-
a triple ished 8-of-11 overall at the foul
,., which line .. ......... .. . .....
14 in the . :-Davis, Yakeem Griner and
ored 24 Marcus Ardley, who scored 12
unds and . points in the second half, each
finished with 14 points for Brad-
oints. ford.
The Tigers' Quentin Johnson
drained six 3-pointers in finish-
4-41 ing with a game-high 28 points.
19-45 Marcus Albritton and Adam
Cason finished with 11 and 10
45):, Bu- points, respectively, with Albrit-
4, Quintin ton scoring all of his in the first
bbard 1, quarter.
pointers: Chris Alexander added nine
points for Union.
It was the final regular-season
,r 27. district game for the Tigers, who
st Bishop finished with a 2-6 mqrk against
carter and south- sub-district opponents.
18-8 in Their only two wins came


against Keystone Heights. wrestlers competing, lost 54-15
Keystone and Union will meet to Suwannee. Paulk recorded a
each other in the first round of win by pinning his opponent,
the south bracket of the District while Wright defeated his oppo-
4-3A tournament in Keystone. nent 5-4. Boyette won by forfeit.


(See related story for details.)


Score by Quarter
8-34 UCHS: 16 16 16
8-27 BHS: 12 22 21


15-63
15-70


Scoring
Union (63): Albritton 11, Alex-
ander 9, Cason 10, Jailon Couch
5, Johnson 28. 3-pointers: Al-
britton, Johnson 6. Free throws:
12-22.

Bradford (70): Ardley 14, Darius
Corbitt 7, Covington 20, Davis
14, Griner 14, Tramaine.Harris 1.
3-pointers: Davis 2. Free
throws: 14-25.


Boyette, Wright

go 5-0 for BHS

at Bobcat Duals
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor


Injuries have left the Bradford
wrestling team with few num-
bers, but the Tornadoes still had
four wrestlers finish'with win-
ning records. at *the Buchholz-
Bobcat Duals on Jan. 30.
Kevin Wright and Shawn
Boyette went undefeated in the
112- and 171-pound classes,
respectively, with 5-0 records.
The tournament left Boyette
four wins shy of the 100-win
mark for his career.
Devin Paulk and Drew Red-
dish eadh went 3-2 in .the 135-
and 140-pound classes, respec-
tiyely.
Prior to ihe, Buchholz tourna-
meht, Bradford, with- just six


Feb. 13, at the Edwards Road a.m.-noon.
Complex. The times of each Fees mu
draft are as follows: T-ball 8:30- of the tes
9:30 a.m.; rookie 8:45-9:45 sport is $,
a.m.; minor 10-11 a.m.; 13-15 sports.
11:15 am.-12:15 p.m.; major" * Coach/
12:30-1:30 p.m. Saturday, I
* Baseball presidents' meet- mas Street
ing-Monday, Feb. 15, at the a.m. until
Thomas Street center at 6 p.m. Stewart Dui
* Baseball and girls' fastpitch * Summ(
softball umpires' clinics/tests- tion-curre
Saturday, Feb. 27, at the Tho- June I1.
mas Street center. The baseball county, $34
test is 9-11. a.m., while the soft- be made no
ball test is noon-2 p.m. On-field program.
work for both sports is 11:15


Austin Morgan and Gabe
Morgan were each pinned, while
Wyatt Manning lost by .injury
default.
Bradford will compete in the
District 3-A tournament this
Saturday, Feb. 6, at 10:30 a.m.
at Raines High School in Jack-
sonville. Coach Joe Van Vactor
has high hopes for his team,
saying Bradford could have
three or four district champions,
while seven have the potential to
earn at least a fourth-place finish
that would qualify them for the
regional finals.
Van Vactor speaks highly of
Boyette, Paulk, Reddish and
Wright. All have the chance to
advance to the regionals and
beyond. Van Vactor is espe-
cially hopeful Boyette goes on
to qualify for the state tourna-
ment after falling one win shy of
qualifying in each of the last two
seasons.

Important
Starke Recrea-
tion Department
dates
* Recreation advisory board
meeting-Thurstday, Feb. 4, at
the Thomas Street center at 6
p.m.
* Baseball coaches meeting-
Tuesday, Feb. 9, at the Thomas
Street center at 6 p.m.
* Girls' fastpitch '. softball
coaches' meeting-Thursday,
Feb. II., at the Thomas Street
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