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Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
Publisher:
John M. Miller
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Copyright Date:
2010
Frequency:
Weekly
regular
Language:
English

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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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Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note:
Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.

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PCT applications
available
Applications for the patient care
technician program at the Bradford-
Union Area Career Technical Center
are available through May 7, and the
'submission deadline is May' 14 at 1
p.m. Applications will not be accepted
after deadline.
For further information, please call
904-966-6769.




Technology job
fair today.
Are you a fan of "CSI"? Come out
to the Emerging Technologies Job Fair,
1-5 p.m. today, Thursday, April 8, and
learn about the types of jobs available
in the growing biotechnology field.
The job fair allows technological em-
ployers the opportunity to publicize po-
sitions that are currently or often avail-
able within their companies. Potential
employees can fill out applications and
submit r6sum6s, and speak with com-
pany representatives.
The fair is being held at Santa Fe
College's state-of-the-art Perry Center
for Emerging Technologies on U.S. 441
in-Alachua, across from Progress Park.
Job fair visitors will also be able to tour
the Perry Center's laboratories and fa-
cilities.
Registration and parking are free for
everyone. This event is sponsored by
Santa Fe College, Florida Employer
Advisory Council, FloridaWorks, As-
- terisk Communications Inc. and North
Central Florida Society for Human Re-
source Management.




Enjoy Springtime
in the Park
Bradford County VFW Post 1016
will host the second annual Springtime
in the Park event this Saturday, April
10, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Wain-
wright Park in Church Street in Starke.
VFW will sell slabs of ribs and
snacks. Entertainment will be provided
by Steel Country and others. There will
be vendors, a classic car show and more
for the entire family.




Lawtey
cleanup set
Volunteers in Lawtey will cleaning
up the city on Saturday, April 10, from
3:30 a.m. to noon. Garbage bags and
other needed items will be distributed
when volunteers meet at city hall.
From city hall, citizens will return
to their return to their neighborhoods
to remove trash from ditches and road-
sides. Trash collected will be picked up
and transported to a central .location,
deposited into a roll-off dumpster and
disposed of.
For more information, please contact
Sheila Hodges at 904-782-3463 or Ro-
chelle Williams at 904-782-1155.




NAACP will
meet Monday
The executive board meeting .of the
NAACP will take place Monday, April
12, at 6 p.m. at Antioch Missionary
Baptist Church followed by the gen-
eral membership meeting at 7 p.m.
All members and anyone interested in
joining are encouraged to come out and
support the NAACP.


FLEXING AT FIELD DAY


The countywide field day is an annual chance to encourage fitness and friendly competition among
elementary school children across the district. Brooker Elementary played host this year, and Brooker
student Hunter Tetstone is pictured showing some muscle, perhaps to Intimidate any challengers. For
more on field day and all the fun, see inside.





Permit revoked after neighbors object to portable


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor


Santa Fe Lake resident Angela Pate
approached the county commission this
week to address a building permit for a
storage building that had been approved
by the county, then revoked after neigh-
bors complained.
Pate's husband is a faith-based pub-
lisher, and the 24-by-36 modular build-
ing was going to serve as storage for
published materials. A permit was is-
sued last November for an 864 square-
foot utility building that was in fact a
surplus portable classroom.
The Pates proceeded to install the
building, but neighbors complained and
when they took their complaints to the
county building staff, including build-
ing inspector Dale Manning who issued
the permit, it was eventually revoked.
, The permit specifies the required
minimum setbacks for a structure are
30 feet from the front lot line, 15 feet
from the rear lot line, and 10 feet from
the right and left lot lines.
There is 40 feet from the left lot line,
which leaves enough room for the new
building if the setback is measured
from the lot line. However, there is also
a driveway easement that travels down
the left side of the property that two
other property owners, Marvin Lutz
and Dennis Lee, use to access their
properties.
After consulting with the county at-


torney and receiving an opinion that the
setback should be measured from the
edge of the easement instead of the lot
line, Manning revoked the Pates' per-
mit.
Pate balked at this for several reasons,
not the least of which was the money
she and her husband at already spent on
purchasing and installing the building.
First, they first heard about the permit
being revoked from their neighbors, not
the building department. The Pates were
also left out of the consultation with the
county attorney and had no input in
helping the county reach a conclusion
about the validity of the permit.
Also, Pate could find no language in
the land development regulations that
indicated the setback should be mea-
sured from the easement instead of the
lot line. In fact, she could find no defi-
nition for setback in the county's land
development regulation that fit her situ-
ation at all. Setbacks are defined in the
LDRs for planned developments, but
not for unplanned residential areas. She
noted, however, that for planned devel-
opments, setbacks are indeed measured
from the lot line.
She was also incredulous that the
matter had been referred to the North
Florida Regional Planning Council,
again without the Pates' knowledge
or input. Subsequently, Will -Sexton in
the county attorney's office informed
Pate that the driveway easement could
be viewed like any other street street,


meaning the side of the house was actu-
ally the front of the house and the set-
back would have to be 30 feet from the'
driveway instead of 10.
That made it even more impossible
for the building to fit within the avail-
able space as drawn on the survey sub-
mitted with the permit application.
"I'm totally confused, to be quite
honest, and at a loss as to what I can or
cannot do on my property," Pate said.
Sexton said the county made a mis-
take in issuing the building permit, and
that it had taken place on the first or
second day of Manning's service with-
out adequate consideration of issues
like setbacks.
Commissioner Eddie Lewis said if
the county was in the wrong, then 'it
needed to work to make things right.
Pate appealed to the commission to
recognize the permit as issued or pro-
vide a waiver and approve the com-
pleted project. The building is in com-
pliance with everything written in the
LDRs, she said. She even offered to
have the building moved closer to her
home to create more space between the
building and driveway. If the commis-
sioi isn't willing to allow that, then she
asked that board members help deter-
mine an acceptable solution.
"The biggest frustration thit we have
as citizens is that, with the exception of
See PERMIT page 4A


Jail cuts

will affect

inmates first

BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor

Things could be getting a little cold-
er and a little hotter for inmates in the
Bradford County Jail.
Sheriff Gordon Smith told the county
commission he is looking at ways, of
cutting expenses. For one thing, he said
the water in the jail is too hot, or at least
hotter than it needs to be, so inmates
could be looking at cold showers.
He and his staff have been reviewing
jail standards to see what they can or
cannot do with regard to jail conditions.
If the hot water cannot be turned off
completely, the showers can be made
tepid at best.
"Every degree we cut that back is
saving us. That utility bill is high," the
sheriff said.
Smith is also looking at cutting back,
if not eliminating, air conditioning in
the inmates' cells.
"I don't want to be cruel, but I want to
be fair," Smith said, saying average cell
temperature could go from 74 up to 80
degrees. If that's the case, inmates will
be ready for a cold shower, he said.
He may also have a plan to deal with
complaints about the lack of physical
exercise that involves installing televi-
sions powered by stationary bikes. That
way if the inmates want to watch televi-
sion, they will have to pedal for it.
In addition to cutting back on power
costs again, he said improving inmate
health could also reduce medical ex-
penses.
,The e more immediate changes are
part of! a comprehensive review of the
budgets for the sheriff's office and jail
and the need to do more with less.
Other cutbacks to come will impact
employees and include cuts in holiday
pay, overtime, and 'more, the sheriff
said.
"We're just trying to live within our
budget. It's going to be tough times for
everybody, and we're preparing our-
selves for that. We're looking at better
ways to serve at the least expense pos-
sible," Smith said.
Taxpayers have had to cut back and
the county must do the same, he said.
Smith is planning on presenting a re-
view of his first year as sheriff at the
commission's next meeting on April
15.




Citizen

protests EMS

collections

BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor

James Buehne made a jaw-dropping
delivery to the county commission
Monday morning in protest of the way
the county handled pursuing delinquent
EMS accounts.
Buehne was steamed he had received
a letter from a collection agency col-
lecting on an unpaid debt that was sev-
eral years old and which he said he was
never billed for.
Compounding his anger was that it
was an EMS bill for his late wife that
amounted to just over $11.
He called the system "lousy" and also
complained that paying through the
Lake City collection agency was com-
plicated by the fact that they wouldn't
take personal checks and charged if
someone wanted to pay by credit card.
Buehne got around that by approach-
ing the commission with a sack of
change and paying the commission in
cash. He demanded a notarized receipt
and threatened to sue the commission
of the attempted collection of the $11
debt damaged his personal credit.

See EMS page 3A


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Peaceful Paths. Domestic
Abuse Network Inc. is located
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Shands at Starke Auxiliary
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Lawtey Community School student David Selph prac-
ticed for some free throw shots at the basketball court.


Walk will kick off community health initiative


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor
Partnering to Move is a new
initiative to promote health and
reduce obesity sponsored by the
Bradford County Community
Health Advisory Group and the
New River Community Health
Care Board.
The key to living well at a
healthy weight is to increase ac-
tivity, they say, so the initiative
is .getting its start at the Lillian
Stump Health Fair oh Saturday,
April 17.
The annual health fair is being
held at Shands Starke this year,
from 8 - 11 a.m., and during the
event the group will be proipot-.
ing a two-mile health walk down
Call Street to kick off Partnering
to Move.
The backbone of the initiative
truly is partnership and the belief
that groups of individuals can
Work together to achieve their
health goals.
The health advisory group,
which is based in the Bradford
County Health Department, is
signing up groups of friends, co-
'workers, church members and
civic organizations who will not
only participate in the walk but
make a commitment to support
each other in living healthier
lives.
To make things interesting,
teams will remain organized once
formed and compete over time to


track their weight loss. Not only
will there be encouragement
within groups, but groups will
challenge others to do the same.
The ultimate goal is to bring
about lasting change in a com-
munity burdened by health prob-
lems.
A recent study from the Rob-
ert Wood Johnson Foundation
and the University of Wisconsin
placed Bradford County's health
53rd among Florida's 67 coun-
ties. Union County was dead
last. Counties were ranked on
key factors affecting health -such
'as smoking,'obesity, binge drink-
ing, access to primary medical
care, high school graduation
rates, violent crime rates, pol-
lution levels, liquor store den-
sity, unemployment rates and
the number of children living in
poverty.
The health department has


also pointed to a 2007 study that
shows the obesity rate at close to
50 percent. Add the number of
individuals who are overweight
but not obese the rate be-
comes nearly 76 percent. .
A 2008 study showed that
16 percent of children and ado-
lescents, in the community are
overweight. The inactivity rate
for high-schoolers was nearly 45
percent.
The health advisory group
hopes that Partnering to Move
is a first step in making a dent in
these "hih percentages.
While the.target is obesity, be-
ing active has a number of addi-
tional benefits. Exercise can:
-Relieve stress..
-Improve sleep.
-Reduce depression and'anx-
iety.
-Strengthen bones and mus-
cles.


-Boost energy levels.
-Build overall strength and
endurance.
-Improve self-esteem.
- Lower cholesterol.
-Combat chronic disease.
To register your group or for
more information, -contact the
health at 904-964-7732, ext.
132, or e-mail Don Thompson
at donald_thompson@doh.state.
fl.us. The health department can
even organize a presentation
on achieving and maintaining; a
healthy weight for your organi-
zation.
If a two-mile walk sounds in-
timidating, don't worry: you chn
walk'part of the way. The goal
is to start somewhere, and there
will be golf carts to assist those
who cannot complete the course.


Broker students Jenna Muller, Catie Blankenship and
Zachary McRaewtake time for a snack break at field day.


Brooker Elementary students Savannah Callan, Skley
Phillip and Isabelle Perkins said they enjoy just watching
everyone race.


Alpha Nu

offering

education

scholarships
The scholarship committee of
.the Alpha Nu Chapter of Delta
Kappa Gama has 'announced it
will be offering a $500 schol-
arship to a Bradford or Union
county female graduate and or.
resident. The purpose of the
scholarship is to encourage and
enable college students to obtain
a degree.in the field of educa-
tion.
Applicants must be enrolled
full time at an accredited college
or university, and be accepted
into an education program to
continue for a bachelor's or mas-
ter's degree in the field of educa-
tion.,
Applications are available from
Iva Jean Harrell (904-964-6186),
Sallye Scoggins (352-468-1459)
at Hampton Elementary School,
or Deanna Coleman at Bradford
County School Board ESE De-
partment (904-966-6007). Com-
"-f ed application packets should
be returned to one of the above
members before April 20. Recip-
ients will be awarded at the Al-
pha Nu Founders Day Luncheon
in May.


EMS
Continued from page
County Chairman John
Hersey had to calm Buel
fore explaining with th
of EMS Director Allen
that the county has been
to catch up on unpaid EM
since Parrish took over th
More than 5,000 past d
were turned over to a co
agency, they said.
"Obviously we were
whelmed with more thai
.of them,and some of the
as old as 2001," Parrish sa
He also said the EMS
ment has been dealing wi
viduals on a case-by-case
"If someone calls and d
their bill, we're looking
records to see when the b
mailed, when the insurance
when the residual was, d
when the follow-up was
Parrish said.
Buehne argued he was
billed in the first place,
"I'm not arguing that $
pay that; that don't bire
Why was there not a bill s
in five years. That is you
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what is going on," Buehne told
the commission. "If you took
1A your can in and they gave you a
bill five years later, wouldn't you
Wayne start questioning it?"
hne be- Hersey said he would, but he
ie help received three of the same letters
Parrish that Buehne received.
i trying Commissioner Lila Sellars
IS bills asked Parrish if bills had notbeen
e job. mailed out to during the time pe-
ue bills riod in question. Because it was
election before he came to work for the
county, Parrish could only point
over- to records that show bills were
n 5,000 initially sent to insurance compa-
m were nies, with follow-ups sent to citi-
aid,.. zens in.some cases. For whaie% er
depart- reason, follow-up did not take
th indi- place in some cases, he said.
basis. "Now you're in there just try-
lisputes ing to clean up the mess," Sellars
at our said, apologizing to Buehne for
bill was the mix-up.
ce paid, The outstanding debts to EMS
lue and have been noted in the county's
done," financial audit more than once,
but Clerk Ray Norman recently
s never thanked Parrish for his work on
getting years of delinquent bills.
ll. I'll written off, saying the matter
ak me. should disappear from future au-
sent out dits.
r job to
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Sunshine Qui ters will meet on
Friday, April 9, from, 10 -noon
in the large meeting room at the
Bradford County Public Library.
The Dollies for Haiti Project
is progressing and the group will
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library prior to the meeting. The
quilters will also have patterns,
material and trim available be-
fore and during the meeting.
Completed 'dollies are now
comfortably resting in a ham-
mock behind the library circula-
tion desk, but there is still plenty
of room for more.
Everyone is welcome regard-
less of age or sewing experience.
For more information, contact
'Dorothy Bartlett at the library or
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Yard sale benefits mentor program


Pentecostal Lighthouse
Fellowship will host a sing
to benefit construction of its
ne" fellow ship hall on Friday,
April 9.at 7 p.m. featuring
The Gospel Sounds. A loie
offering will be received. For
more information, please call
Pastor Spratlin at 904-964-
8890.

First Assembly of God of
Keystone Heights will hold
a yard sale on Saturday April
10 from 8.a.m. to 2 p.m. with
household items, electronics,
clothes and more. Proceeds
will help the Mpact Girls Club
attend a summer retreat. The
church is located on S.R. 100,
two miles east of the traffic
light.

First Baptist Church of
Keystone Heights will
be celebrating its 61s'
homecoming during the
morning service on Sunday,
April 11, with guest speaker
the Rev. Charlie Martin of
Boone, N.C. He will also be
the speaker for the revival
that begins that evening at 6
p.m. and continues through
Wednesday with services
beginning at 6:30 p.m. The
revival will also include
special music, and all are
invited to attend. For more
information, please call 352-
473-7201.


Church of God of Prophecy
in Brooker is ha% ing an in-
house re\ial April 11 - 18
beginning al 5 p.m. on Sunday
and weeknights at 7 p.m. For
more information, please call
Geneva Rogers at 352-485-
1142.

Trinity Baptist Church,
3716 S.E. S.R. 21, will host
professional athletes The
Strength Team for a series of
motivational shows April 14
- 18 at 7 p.m. Enjoyable for
the whole family. Admission
is free.

A Round Robin Revival
will be held during the week
of April 18 -21 at7 p.m. at
Sampson City Baptist, New
River Baptist, Gadara Baptist,
Bayless Highway Baptist and
Brooker Baptist churches.
Pastors will rotate to each
church during the revival and
there will be special music
for each service. Everyone
welcome.

Old Providence Baptist
Church in Union County
will hold a homecoming
service on Sunday, April
18, at 10:30 a.m. with Greg
Williams, pastor of Crossroads
Baptist Church in Lithia, and
gospel singing by the Mercy
Mountain Boys. Dinner on


the grounds will follow the
service. For more information,'
please call 386-755-1648 or
visit www.oldprovidencebap-
tistchurc.org.

First Baptist Church of
Keystone Heights will present
the fourth annual Cruise In for
Christ Saturday, April 24, from
1:30 - 4:30 p.m. with cars,
concessions and classic music,
plus a kids area with fun and
games. Please call 352-473-
7201 for more' information.

Grace Community
Fellowship, 2446 N.E. S.R.
16, invites those struggling
with addiction to participate
in a Grace Recovery meeting,
which take place every Friday
at 7 p.m. and provide an
atmosphere of fellowship
and freedom. For more
information, please call 727-
465-8533 or 352-226-2702.

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


PERMIT
Continued from page 1A

(County Manager ,Brad Carter),
nobody has even tried to help us
'find a solution," Pate said. Carter
tried to set a meeting between
all parties, but none of the other
. players were willing to sit down
to discuss a solution, saying they
had already rhade their positions
known.
Commissioner Ross Chandler
*said he wanted to sep~,a meeting
between the parties take .place
and a solution discussed. Public
-comment time was not the place
for the commission to discuss the
issue or make a ruling.
"Under public comments, we
can't make a decision anyway,"
he said.
Discussion did continue, how-
ever, when neighbor Marvin


Senior night
introduces

students to

Santa Fe
- Senior Night, an annual event
:at Santa Fe College, gives area
high school seniors and their
families an opportunity to learn
different programs and how cam-
pus services help students stay in
college.
Senior Night is scheduled for
:5:30 - 8 p.m. Thursday, April 15
in the gymnasium at the North-
west campus at 3000 N.W. 83rd
St. in Gainesville.
Last year, approximately 450
'students from Alachua and Brad-
ford counties attended this free
-event.
"Senior Night is a gfeat chance
for students and their parents to
get a 'feel' for the Santa Fe,"
:said event coordinator Stacey
Ledvina. "After refreshments
:and check-in at 5:30 p.m., there
:will be a brief program, and then
we will open campus for visitors
:.to tour the different areas."
Advisors from AA Academic
Advisement, Health Sciences,
::Business Programs, Informa-
Stion Technology Education, and
:Construction and Technical pro-
grams, just to name a few, will
Sbe on hand in their areas to give
:brief tours and answer questions.
"Instead of having to make
::multiple trips to the college, Se-
nior Night saves you time," said
.Julie Garrett, media relations co-
:ordinator. "Come once and find
-out what you need to apply for
::admission, start the financial aid
i process, etc. It's all there, all on
that one night."
:: You can sign up for Senior
Night online and get directions
-and an agenda at www.sfcollege.
edu/seniornight.
If you have questions, please


Lutz took the podium. .He said
the building was not in keeping
with the character of the neigh-
borhood and threatened property
values. He said it wasn't fair to
render judgment before all par-
ties get together and even en-
couraged commissioners to visit
the neighborhood and seen the
problem up close.
He saidthe Pate's told him
they were going to place a shed
on the property, but he referred
to the large modular building as
an "eyesore" and a "monstros-
ity." He said the county attorney
was right about the setback issue
and the danger of having a build-
ing so close to a traffic easement,
including boating trailers and
emergency vehicles.
He said he wanted to be in-
cluded in any meeting regarding
the permit as well as other neigh-
bors who object.


contact Stacey Ledvina at 352-
395-5611, or e-mail her at sta-
cey.ledvina@sfcollege.edu.


Hersey instructed Carter to set
up a meeting and bring a pro-
posal back to the commission for
approval if need be. ,.

In other business:
* The *board approved a site
plan for Good ,Shepherd Luther-
an Church at 4900 N.W. 182nd
Way off S.R. 16. Zoning Director
Nora Thompson said the plans
call for placing three modular on
the vacant parcel, then construct-
ing a bigger building later.
is ~c'.; ,*


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fill positions located in Bradford County. Applicants must be
receiving or eligible to receive public assistance. To see if you
qualify for these positions please visit www.floridaworksonline.com,
click on job seeker, complete TANF eligibility forms, print and take
to the FloridaWorks office, or visit the FloridaWorks office at 819
South Walnut St., Starke.
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Classmates

raising money

for cancer

patient
The Bradford High School
Class of 1977 is joining friends
and family to raise money for
Cindy Bunnell Barattiero, a
classmate diagnosed with cancer


who needs assistance paying in-
surance premiums.
They will hold a chicken and
rice sale on Friday, April 16,
from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the
Bradford School District offices
across from the high school.
Lunches will. include chicken
and rice, green beans, a roll and
dessert for $5.


Orders of 10 or more lunches
can be delivered. For more infdr-
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FIRST PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE

The City of Hampton is considering applying to the Florida Department of Community Affairs
(DCA) for a Small Cities Community Development Block.Grant (CDBG) of up to Six Hundred
Thousand Dollars ($600,000). These funds must be used for one of the following purposes:
'I To benefit low and moderate income persons;
2. To aid in the prevention or elimination of slums or blight; or
3. To meet other community development needs of recent origin having a particular
urgency because existing conditions pose a serious and immediate threat to the health
or welfare of the community and where other financial resources arernot available to
meet such needs.
The categories of activities for which these funds may be qsed are in the areas of housing,
neighborhood revitalization, commercial revitalization, or economic development and include such
improvement activities as acquisition of real property, loans to private-for-profit business, purchase
of machinery and equipment, construction of infrastructure, rehabilitation of house and commercial
buildings, and energy conservation. Additional information'regarding the range of activities that
may be undertaken will be provided at the public hearing. For each activity that is proposed at least
70% of the funds must benefit low and moderate income persons.
In developing an application for submission to DCA, the City of Hampton must plan to minimize
displacement of persons as a result of planned CDBG activities. In addition, the City of Hampton is
required to develop a plan to assist displaced persons.
A public hearing to receive citizen views concerning the community's economic and community
development needs will-be held at the City of Hampton City Hall on Tuesday, April 20, 2010, at
7:00 p.m. or as soon thereafter as possible. For information concerning the public hearing contact:
Ms. Jane Hall, City Clerk, 5784 Navarre Avenue, Hampton, Florida 32644. Telephone (352) 468-
1201.
The public hearing is being conducted in a handicapped accessible location. Any handicapped
person requiring an interpreter for the hearing impaired or the visually impaired should contact Ms.
Hall at least five calendar days prior to the meeting and an interpreter will be provided. Any non-
English speaking person wishing to attend the public hearing should contact Ms. Hall at least five
calendar days prior to the meeting and a language interpreter will be provided. Any handicapped
person requiring special accommodation at this meeting should contact Ms. Hall at least five
calendar days prior to the meeting.
A Fair Housing/Equal Opportunity/Handicap Accessible Jurisdiction.


FPaul Sanders, P.A.

Attorney at Law A|


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Tuesday, April 8, 2010 * Bradford County Telegraph SA


ie more that government
becomes secret, the less it
remains free."
james Russell Wiggins

claims with the Court WITHIN THREE
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME'
PERIOD SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY
CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR
MORE AFTER THE DECEDENTS,
DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of the first publication of this
Notice is April 1, 2010.
Personal Representative
John S. Cooper


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 100 West Call Street
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN Starke, Florida 32091
AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY Attorney for Personal Representative
FLORIDA John S. Cooper, Esquire
- CASE NO.: 04-2010-CA-5 100 West Call Street
' OEUTSCHE BNAK NATIONAL Starke, Florida 32091
TRUST COMPANY,/S TRUSTEE (904)964-4701
FOR NOVASTAR *MORTGAGE Florida Bar No: 0910340
FUNDING TRUST, SEIRES 2006-5, 4/1 2tchg 4/8-BCT
:nvs. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
MARTIN EISENBERG, 'QNtNOWN EIGHTH JUDICIALCIRCUIT
::SPOUSE OF MARTIN EISENBERG, IN AND FOR BRADFORD
'UNKNOWN TENANTS) COUNTY FLORIDA
IN POSSESSION #1 and #2, et.al. CASE NO. 04-2009-CA-000310
Defendant(s). U.S. BANK, N.A.
NOTICE OF ACTION Plaintiff,
"TO: MARTIN EISENBERG v.
(Last Known Address) SHERI JOHNS A/K/A SHERI L.
15809 Northeast 15th Place JOHNS; UNKNOWN SPOUSE
Starke,FL 32091 OF SHERI JOHNS A/K/A SHERI
2 Franklin Town Blvd L. JOHNS; UNKNOWN TENANT
Philadelphia, PA 19103-1238 1; UNKNOWN TENANT 2; and
(Current Residence Unknown) if all unknown parties claiming by,
living, and ALL OTHER UNKNOWN through, under or against the
PARTIES, including, if a named above named Defendant(s), who
Defendant is deceased, the personal (is/are) not known to be dead
representatives, the surviving spouse, or alive, whether said unknown
:heirs, devisees, grantees, creditors, parties claim as heirs, devisees,
and all other parties, claiming, by, grantees, assignees, lienors,
through, under or against that creditors, trustees, spouses, or other
. Defendant, and all claimants, persons claimants; FLORIDA HOUSING
or parties, natural or corporate, or FINANCE CORPORATION
-: whose exact legal status is unknown, Defendants.
-claiming under any of the above NOTICE OF SALE
named or described Defendants, Notice is hereby given that, pursuant
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to the Final Judgment of Foreclosure
for Foreclosure of Mortgage on the dated March 29,2010, in this cause,
following described property: I will sell the property situated
'A portion of Tract A of Country Club in BRADFORD County, Florida,.
'Estates, as per plat thereof recorded described as:
in Plat Book 3, Page 22 of the public A PARCEL' OF LAND BEING
records of Bradford County, Florida, A PORTION OF LOT 36 OF
said portion being more particularly "WOODLAWN", AS RECORDED
described as follow: IN PLAT BOOK 1, PAGE 17, IN
Commence at a point of the Northerly SECTION 31, TOWNSHIP 5 SOUTH,
boundary of said Tract A, 250 feet RANGE 22 EAST, OF THE PUBLIC
Westerly of the Northwesterly corner RECORDS OF BRADFORD
thereof and run Southerly and parallel 'COUNTY, FLORIDA; SAID PARCEL
with the Easterly boundary of said BEING MORE PARTICULARLY
Tract A, 665.9 feet to an irorn stake for DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS:
Point of Beginning. COMMENCE AT A FOUND 1/2"
From Point of Beginning thus IRON ROD LOCATED AT THE SW
described continues Southerly CORNER OF SAID LOT 36 AND RUN
parallel with said Easterly boundary S 89 DEGREES 48'28" E, ALONG
350 feet to an iron stake; continue THE SOUTH LINE OF.SAID LOT 36,
thence Southerly,, parallel, with said �.FOR A DISTANCE OF 151.41 FEET
Easterly bounda'5 2 mre' EA FOTVIf4I2" IRQti ROD FOR
less, to the Nort 'ye / 'tO6 rvd^�,,'E~ G. FROM.
of the right of way.' o Alligator THE POINT ObF BEGINNING THIS,
Canal;-thence Southeasterly, along DESCRIBED. RUN N 00 DEGREES
�aid Northeasterly boundary 38.5 34'02" E, PARALLEL WITH THE
feet, more or less, to said Easterly WEST LINE OF SAID LOT 36, FOR
-boundary; thence go Northerly, along A DISTANCE OF 310.57 FEET TO A
-aid Easterly boundary 65 feet, more SET 1/2" IRON ROD LOCATED ON
ir less, to an iron stake; continue THE SOUTHERLY RAN LINE OF NW,
thence Northerly along said Easterly 216TH STREET (80' R/W); THENCE
boundary 385 feet to an iron stake; RUN N 73 DEGREES 24'43" E,
thence Westerly and' -ependicular ALONG SAID SOUTHERLY R/W"
to said Easterly boundary, 250 feet to LINE, FOR A DISTANCE OF 337.54
the Point of Beginning, except right of FEET TO A FOUND 1/2" IRON ROD;
way. (cu,ka) .. THENCE RUN S 00 DEGREES
A/K/A: 15809 NE 15TH PLACE, 34'02" W, PARALLEL WITH SAID
STARKE, FL32091. WEST LINE OF LOT 36, FOR A
has been filed against you and: DISTANCE OF 231.00 FEET TO A
you are required to serve a copy FOUND 1/2" IRON ROD; THENCE
of your written defenses, if any, to RUN S 72 DEGREES 08' 04" E, FOR
it,, on Brian L. Rosaler, Esquire, A DISTANCE OF 197.40 FEET TO A
POPKIN & ROSALER, PA., 1701 FOUND 1/2 " IRON ROD LOCATED
West Hillsboro Boulevard, Suite 400, ON THE EAST LINE OF SAID LOT
Deerfield Beach, FL 33442, Attorney 36; THENCE RUN S 00 DEGREES
for Plaintiff, whose on or before April 28'41" W, ALONG THE EAST..LINE
29, 2010 a date which is within thirty. OF. SAID LOT 36, FOR A DISTANCE
(30) days after the first publication of OF 117.09 FEET TO A FOUND 6" X
this Notice in the Bradford County . 6" CONCRETE POST LOCATED AT
Telegraph and file the original with ' THE SE CORNER. OF SAID LOT
the Clerk of this Court either before 36; THENCE. RUN N 8� DEGREES
service on Plaintiffs attorney - or 48'28" W, ALONG THE SOUTH LINE
immediately thereafter; otherwise a OF SAID LOT 36, FOR A DISTANCE
default will be entered against you for OF 511.19 FEET TO THE POINT OF
the relief demanded in the complaint. . BEGINNING.
IN ACCORDANCE WITH" THE ABOVE DESCRIBED PARCEL
THE AMERICANS � WITH BEING A PORTIQN..OF OFFICIAL
DISABILITIES ACT, PERSONS RECORD BOOK-971, PAGES 121-
WITH DISABILITIES NEEDING 122, OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF
A SPECIAL ACCOMMODATION SAID COUNTY.
SHOULD CONTACT COURT a/k/a 5786 NW 216TH ST, STARKE,
ADMINISTRATION (904) 966-6280, FL 32091
AT THE BRADFORD COUNTY at public sale, to the highest and best
CO.URTHOUSE OR 1-800-955-8771 bidder, for cash, at the east front door
(TDD) OR 1-800-955-8770, -VIA ,of the Bradford County Courthouse,
FLORIDA RELAY SERVICE. 945 N. Temple Avenue, Starke,
WITNESS my hand and the seal of Florida, at eleven o'clock a.m., on
this.Court this 25th day of March,- April 29, 2010.
2010. . . Any person claiming an interest in
RAY NORMAN the surplus from the sale, if any, other
As Clerk of the Court than the property owner as of the date
1By: Lisa Brannon of the lis pendens must file a claim
As Deputy Clerk within 60 days after the sale.
4/1 2tchg 4/8-BCT Dated at Starke,-Florida, this 29th day
of March, 2010.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT.OF THE Ray Norman
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN Clerk of the Circuit Court
AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY, By: Lisa Brannon
FLORIDA Deputy Clerk
CASE NO: 04-2009-CP-0134 If you are a person with a disability
IN RE:'THE ESTATE OF LEONA. who needs any accommodation in
ROYAL, order to participate in this proceeding,
Deceased. you are entitled, at no cost to you, to
NOTICE TO CREDITORS , the provision of certain assistance.
The administration of the Estate of Please contact Jan Phillips, ADA
LEONA ROYAL, deceased, whose ;Coordinator, 201 East University
date of death was November 18, 'Avenue, Gainesville, Florida,
2006, Case No: 04-2009-CP-0134 .�(352)337-6237, within 2 working
is pending in the Circuit Court for days of your receipt of this. If you are
Bradford County, Florida, Probate hearing or voice impaired, call TDD
Division, the address of which is 1-800-952;8771. , -
Bradford County Courthouse,..Post ' 4/1 2tchg 4/8-BCT
Office Drawer B, Starke, Florida
32091. The name and address of NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING
the personal representative and the AND BUDGET HEARING
personal representative's -attorney The North Florida Broadband
are set forth below. Authority ("NFBA") announces a
All creditors of the decedent and public meeting and budget hearing
other persons having claims or *to which'all-interested persons are
demands against decedent's estate, invited. The NFBA is a legal entity and
including unmatured, contingent or public body created pursuant to the
unliquidated claims, on whom a copy provisions of provisions of Section
of this notice is served must file their 163.01; Florida Statutes, and an
claims with this Court WITHIN THE Interlocal Agreement among: Baker,
LATER OF THREE (3) MONTHS Bradford, Columbia, Dixie, Gilchrist,
AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST Hamilton, Jefferson, Lafayette, Levy,
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE Madison, Putnam, Suwannee, Taylor,
OR THIRTY (30) DAYS AFTER THE 'Union and Wakulla Counties and
DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF ;municipalities of Cedar Key, Cross
THIS NOTICE ON THEM. City, Lake City, Live Oak, Monticello,
All other creditors of the decedent Rerry, White Springs and Worthington
and other persons having claims or Springs, Florida. The Public Meeting
demands against decedent's estate, and Budget Hearing will be held on
including unmatured, contingent or .May 12, 2010 at 2:00 pm ET at the
unliquidated' claims, must file their Suwannee River Water Management
District Office, 9225 County Road 49,


Uve Oak, Florida 32060. The NFBA
Board will address general operating
issues of the NFBA. If a person
decides to appeal any decision made
by the NFBA with respect to any
matter considered at the meeting,
such person will need a record of the
proceedings and may need to ensure
that a verbatim record is made,
including the testimony and evidence
upon which the appeal is to be made.
In accordance with the Americans
with Disabilities Act, persons
needing special accommodations
or an interpreter to participate in
this proceeding, or if you have any
questions regarding this meeting,
please contact the Clerk to the NFBA
Board at (877) 552-3482, at. lIast two
business days prior to the date of the
meeting


10004 N. Dale Mabry Highway, Suite
112
Tampa, FL 33618
4/1 2tchg 4/8-BCT
NOTICE OF PUBLIC AUCTION
There will be a public auction on Sat.
April 10, 2010 at 10:00 a.m. located
at C & C Mini Storage on Hwy 301
South in Starke, Fla. The following
units will be sold:
1-28 Bela Bhatt
1-39 Ronald Tipton
1-42 Jason Young
1-64 Christopher Moss
1-78 Sabrina Harden
2-37 Melissa Maeston
2-39 Russell Thornton
2-42 Deanna Manning Hibbs
4/8 ltchg-BCT


NOTICE OF SPECIAL
MEETING
.A Special Meeting between
:Bradford County Board of County
Commissioners and City of Starke
: Commissioners is scheduled for April
':131h at 5:00 p.m. in the Commission
Meeting Room, Noath_.Wing, Bradford
County Courthouse, 945 N.-Temple
Ave., Starke, FL. A copy of the agenda
:may be obtained from the office of
"County Manager in the North wing of
the County Courthouse. .
4/1 2tchg 4.-BCT


LEGAL


NOTICES
I - \' ----------------------


S * m


First Pr'sltra


4/1 2tchg 4/8-BCT IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN
AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FLORIDA
8th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT CASE NO: 04-2009-CA-446
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DIVISION:
BRADFORD COUNTY VANDERBILT MORTGAGE AND
Case #: 2009-CA-000307 FINANCE, INC., ETC.,
Division #: Plaintiff,
UNC: vs.
BAC Home Loans Servicing, L.P. TAMMY C. MCAFEE, et al,
f/k/a Countrywide Home Loans Defendant.
Servicing, L.P. NOTICE OF ACTION
Plaintiff, TO: Unknow Children and Heirs
-vs.- of John L. McAfee, deceased
Regena Kay Starling a/k/a Regina and Creditors of John L. McAfee,
Kay Starling; Capital One Bank deceased
(U SA), National Association 18216 NE County Road 2008
f/k/a Capital One Bank Lawtey, FL 32058
Defendant(s). YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to
AMENDED NOTICE OF SALE foreclose a mortgage on the following
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant property in Bradford County, Florida:
to an Order rescheduling foreclosure Exhibit "A"
sale dated March 25, 2010 entered PARCELA
in Civil Case No. 2009-CA-000307 A PARCEL OF LAND LYING IN THE
of the Circuit Court of the 8th Judicial SW 1,/ OF HE SE 1,/ OF SECTION
Circuit in and for Bradford County, 26, TOWNSHIP 5 SOUTH RANGE
Florida, wherein BAC Home Loans 22 EAST, BRADFORD COUNTY,
Servicing, L.P. f/k/a Countrywide FLORIDA; SAID PARCEL BEING
Home Loans Servicing, L.P., Plaintiff MOREPARTICULARLYDESCRIBED
and Regena Kay Starling a/k/a Regina AS FOLLOWS:
Kay Starling are defendantss, I will COMMENCE AT A FOUND 1 1/2"
sell to the highest and best bidder IRON PIPE LOCATED AT THE SW
for cash, IN THE LOBBY AT THE CORNER OF THE SW % OF SE 1,4
FRONT DOOR OF THE BRADFORD OF SAID SECTION 26 AND RUN N
COUNTY COURTHOUSE, LOCATED 03033n37a W, ALONG THE WEST
AT 945 NORTH TEMPLE AVENUE, LINE OF SAID SW 1/4 OF SE /4, FOR
STARKE, BRADFORD COUNTY, A DISTANCE OF 376.45 FEET TO A
FLORIDA AT 11:00 A.M. April 29, FOUND 1/2" IRON ROD LOCATED
2010 the following described property AT THE SOUTHEAST CORNER OF
as set forth in said Final Judgment, A PARCEL OF LAND RECORDED
to-wit: IN ORB 1196 PAGES 207 AND 208
THE WEST 60 FEET OF THE OF THE PUBLIC . RECORDS OF
FOLLOWING DESCRIBED SAID COUNTY FOR THE POINT
PROPERTY, TO WIT: OF BEGINNING. FROM THE POINT
PART OF THE SOUTHWEST OF BEGINNING THUS DESCRIBED
QUARTER OF NORTHWEST CONTINUE 03a33037a W.ALONG
QUARTER, SECTION28,TOWNSHIP SAID WEST LINE OF SW'74 OF SE
6 SOUTH, RANGE 22 EAST, 14 AND ALONG THE EASTLINE OF
LYING IN THE CITY OF STARKE, SAID ORB 1196 PAGES 207 AND
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA, 208 FOR A DISTANCE OF 374.82
AND DESCRIBED IN DEED BOOK FEET TO A FOUND /2" IRON ROD
54, PAGE 439, PUBLIC RECORDS LOCATED ON THE WESTERLY R/W
OF BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA LINE OF COUNTY ROAD 200-B (80'
AND MORE PARTICULARLY R/W); THENCE RUN S 05a35a45a
DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: E, ALONG SAID WESTERLY
BEGINNING AT THE'NORTHWEST RIGHT OF WAY LINE OF COUNTY,
. INTERSECTION OF CENTER AND ROAD 200-B, FOR A DISTANCE
BROAD STREETS, RUN NORTH OF 374.58 FEET TO A FOUND V1/'
89 DEGREES, 24 MINUTES WEST, IRON ROD; THENCE DEPARTING
ALONG NORTH BOUNDARY LINE. SAJD WESTERLY R/W LINE, RUN
OF CENTER:'STREET,.2'10 FEET S 84a24015a W FOR A DISTANCE
TO EAST. RIGHT OF WAY LINE OF 13.31 FEET TO THE POINT OF
OF CHRISTIAN STREET; THENCE BEGINNING.
NORTH 4 DEGREES 00 MINUTES THE ABOVE DESCRIBED PAFWEL
EAST, ALONG BOUNDARY LINE BEING'A'PORTION OF ORB 1211,
OF CHRISTIAN STREET 85.0 FEET PAGES 337 AD 338 OF THE PUBLIC
THENCE SOUTH 89 DEGREES 24 RECORDS OF SAID COUNTY.
MINUTES EAST, AND PARALLEL PARCEL B
WITH NORTH BOUNDARY OF A PARCEL OF LAND LYING IN THE
CENTER STREET 210 FEET MORE SE 1/4 O.THE SW 1/ OF SECTION
OR-LtESS'TOr-THN-WEES�- RIGHT- '26-TOWNSMHIP SOUTM"tRANGE
OF.WAY LINE OF-BROA/-STREET;'. 22' EAST, BRADFORD COUNTY,
THENCE SOUTH 4 DEQREES.:',FLORIDA'. SAID PARCEL BEING"
00 MINUTES WEST, ALONG THE' .'MORE PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED
WEST BOUNDARY LINE OF BROAD' AS FOLLOWS:,
STREET 85.0. FEET - MORE OR 'iCO.MENCE AT A FOUND 1 1/2"
LESS TO POINT� OF. BEGINNING , 'ON'PIPE LOCATED AT THE
AND LYING IN SOUTHWEST "1/4 'SUTI�,EAST CORNER OF THE SE.
OF NORTHWEST 1/4, SECTION 28, �A OFTHE SW 1/ OF SAID SECTION
TOWNSHIP 6 SOUTfH, RANGE 22 26 AND RUN NORTH 03033037o
EAST. WEST, ALONG THE EAST LINE
ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN OF SAID SE 1/ OF SW 1 FOR A
INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM DISTANCE OF 376.45 FEET TO A
THE SALE, IF ANY, OTHER THAN SET 1/4" IRON ROD FOR THE POINT
THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF OF BEGINNING. FROM THE POINT
THE DATE OF THE LIS PENDENS OF BEGINNING THUS DESCRIBED
MUST FILE A CLAIM WITHIN 60 RUN SOUTH 84D24a15o WEST FOR
DAYS AFTER THE SALE. A DISTANCE OF 281.85 FEET TO A
DATED at Starke, Florida, this 26th SET 1/2" IRON ROD; THENCE RUN
day of March, 2010. NORTH05n35045uWEST, PARALLEL
RAY NORMAN WITH THE WESTERLY RIGHT OF
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT WAY LINE OF COUNTY ROAD
Bradford County, Florida 200-B (80' R/W) FOR A DISTANCE
By: Lisa Brannon OF 441.50 FEET TO A SET V2W
Deputy Clerk IRON ROD; THENCE RUN NORTH
,ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF: 84a24a15n EAST FOR A DISTANCE
SHAPIRO. & FISHMAN, LLP OF 113.57 FEET TO A SET 1/2" IROKr


ROD; THENCE CONTINUE NORTH CASE NO.: 04-2009-CA-000306
84a24a15 EAST FOR A DISTANCE DIVISION:
OF 183.97 FEET TO FOUND 1/2" INDYMAC FEDERAL BANK FSB,
IRON ROD LOCATED ON THE Plaintiff,
WESTERLY RIGHT OF WAY LINE vs.
OF COUNTY ROAD 200-B AND AHARON EMANO, et al,
BEING IN A CURVE CONCAVE TO Defendant(s).
THE SOUTHEAST AND HAVING A NOTICE OF RESCIIEDULED
RADIUS OF 517.46 FEET; THENCE FORECLOSURE SALE
RUN IN A SOUTHEASTERLY NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
DIRECTION ALONG SAID RIGHT pursuant to an Order Rescheduling
OF WAY LINE AND ALONG Foreclosure Sale dated March 30,
THE ARC OF SAID CURVE AS 2010 and entered in Case NO. 04-
MEASURED ALONG A CHORD 2009-CA-000306 of the Circuit Court
HAVING A BEARING OF SOUTH of the EIGHTH Judicial Circuit in
02a50o53o EAST FOR A CHORD and for BRADFORD County, Florida
DISTANCE OF 49.62 FEET TO A wherein INDYMAC FEDERAL BANK
FOUND 2" IRON ROD LOCATED FSB, is the Plaintiff and AHARON
AT THE END OF SAID CURVE; EMANO; THE UNKNOWN SPOUSE
THENCE RUN SOUTH 05n35o45o OF AHARON EMANO N/K/A YAEL
EAST ALONG SAID RIGHT OF WAY EMANO; CAPITAL CITY. BANK;
LINE FOR A DISTANCE OF 17.36 TENANT #1 N/K/A DALE WELDY:
FEET TO A FOUND 1/2" IRON ROD TENANT #2 N/K/A. MARY LOU
LOCATED ON THE EAST LINE OF WELDY; are the Defendants, I will sell
SAID SE 1,/ OF SW 1%; THENCE RUN to the highest and best bidder for cash
SOUTH 03D33n37o EAST ALONG atFRONTHALLOFTHEBRADFORD
SAID EAST LINE OF SE 1/ OF SW COUNTY COURTHOUSE, 945
1/4 FOR A DISTANCE OF 53.11 FEET NORTH TEMPLE AVENUE, STARKE,
TO A SET 1/2" IRON ROD; THENCE FLORIDA 32091 at 11:00 AM, on the
CONTINUE SOUTH 03n33o37a .29th day of April, 2010, the following
EAST ALONG SAID EAST LINE, described property as set forth in said
FOR A DISTANCE OF 321.71 FEET Final Judgment:
TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING. A PARCEL OF LAND LYING IN
THE ABOVE DESCRIBED PARCEL THE NORTHWEST QUARTER OF
BEING A PORTION OF ORB 770, THE SOUTHEAST QUARTER OF
PAGES 527-529 (PARCEL A) OF SECTION 20, TOWNSHIP 6 SOUTH,
THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF SAID RANGE 22 EAST IN THE CITY OF
COUNTY. STARKE, BRADFORD COUNTY,
TOGETHER WITH THAT CERTAIN FLORIDA; SAID PARCEL BEING
SINGLE WIDE MOBILE HOME MORE PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED
IDENTIFICATION NUMBER AS FOLLOWS: COMMENCE AT
has been filed against you and you A PERMANENT REFERENCE
are required to serve a copy of your MONUMENT LOCATED AT THE
written defenses, if any, to it on Lance SOUTHWEST CORNER OF LOT 6
Paul Cohen, the Plaintiff's attorney, OF GREEN ACRES ANNEX NO. 2
whose address is Cohen & Thurston, AS PER THE PLAT RECORDED IN
P.A., 1723 Blanding Boulevard, Suite PLAT BOOK 3, PAGE 12, OF THE
102, Jacksonville, Florida 32210, PUBLIC RECORDS OF BRADFORD
within thirty (30) days from the first COUNTY, FLORIDA, AND. RUN
date of publication of this notice, on NORTH 88 DEGREES 32 MINUTES
or before May 6, 2010, and file the 00 SECONDS EAST, ALONG THE
original with the Clerk of this Court SOUTHERLY BOUNDARY OF
either before service on the Plaintiff's SAID ANNEX NO. 2 AND ALONG
attorney or immediately thereafter; THE SOUTHERLY BOUNDARY OF
otherwise a default will be entered GREEN ACRES ANNEX AS PER
against you for the relief demanded in THE PLAT RECORDED IN PLAT
the complaint or petition. BOOK 3, PAGE 11 OF SAID PUBLIC
DATED on this 31t day of March, RECORDS, 510.21 FEET TO THE
2010. WESTERLY BOUNDARY OF THE
RAY NORMAN RIGHT-OF-WAY OF A 60 FOOT
CLERK OF THE COURT ROADWAY; THENCE SOUTH 01
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA DEGREE 06 MINUTES 27 SECONDS
By: Lisa Brannon WEST, ALONG THE WESTERLY
Deputy Clerk BOUNDARY, 470.10 FEET TO A
4/8 2tchg 4/15-BCT CONCRETE MONUMENT FOUND
AT THE SOUTHEAST CORNER OF
LEGAL NOTICE TAX PARCEL NO. 02345-0-00800
The FloridaWorks Dual County FOR THE POINT OF BEGINNING.
Consortium will hold a meeting on FROM POINT OF BEGINNING THUS
Thursday, April 15 at 1:00 p.m. at DESCRIBED CONTINUE SOUTH 01
FloridaWorks, 4800 SW 131t Street, .DEGREE06MINUTES27SECONDS
Gainesville. Contact Celia Chapman WEST, ALONG THE WESTERLY
at 352-244-5148 with questions. BOUNDARY 100.00 FEET TO A
4/8 ltchg-BCT SET CONCRETE MONUMENT;
THENCE SOUTH 88 DEGREES
PUBLIC NOTICE 32 MINUTES 00 SECOND WEST,
This is to inform you that Suwannee PARALLEL WITH SAID SOUTHERLY
River Economic Council, Inc. will BOUNDARY, 149.53 FEET TO ASET
hold a pre-bid conference and walk- CONCRETE MONUMENT; THFIiCE
thru for the weatherization work of NORTH 01 DEGREE 05 MINUTES
twelve (12) single-family dwellings in 21 SECONDS EAST, 100.00 FEET
the Bradford County Weatherization TO A CONCRETE MONUMENT
program. . FOUND AT THE SOUTHWEST
This meeting will be held April 16,' CORNER OF SAID TAX PARCEL
2010, beginning the first six (6) at NO. 02345-0-00800; THENCE
8:00 a.m. and the second six (6) at NORTH 88 DEGREES 32 MINUTES
12:00 p.m. at S.R.E.C., Inc. Outreach 00 SECOND EAST, ALONG THE
Office, 1210 Andrews Circle, Starke, SOUTHERLY BOUNDARY OF SAID
Florida 32091.-. PARQEL 149.54 FEET TO THE
The conference and- walk-thru POINT OF BEGINNING. ,
is' 'rdandatory, no exceptions,' for A/K/A XXX RANDALL STREET,
contractors who plaA to bid. Suwannee STARKE, FL 32091 .,.
River Economic Council, Inc. requires Any person claimiNg an interest in
each contractor to. be popetly the surplus from the'saleif any, other
licensed, carry general liability than the property owner as of the date
insurance of at least $1,000, O0.00, of the Lis Pendens must file a claim
POl (Pollution Occurrence Insu nce) within sixty (60) days after the sale.
and Workers Comp Insuranc (No WITNESS MY HAND and the seal of
Exemptions) during construction. - this Court on April 1, 2010.
Original bids for these units- will be Ray Norman
due by 12:00 noon April 21, 2010, Clerk of the Circuit Court
at S.R.E.C., Inc. Outreach Office, By: Lisa Brannon
1210 Andrews Circle, Starke, Florida Deputy Clerk
32091. Please mark envelope "Sealed 4/8 2tchg 4/15-BCT
Bid for Name of Homeowner.". Bids
to be opened and awarded April 21,
2010 at 12:30 p.m.
S.R.E.C., Inc. has the right to reject
any and all bids. The bids will be
awarded on the most cost effective
basis.
4/8 ltchg-BCT
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EfGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND POR BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA
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March 24. Participants got a jump start on their spring and Easter decorating by craft-
ing a painted Easter Bunny candy jar, a decoupage flower pot, felted jar toppers, felt
SEaster egg pouches and a baby chick.
:The adult craft programs have been very successful and plans are already in the mak-
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offerings at the library. There is also a book club and game and movie nights, and
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The workshop is scheduled for Tuesday, April 20, 2010 at 6:45 p.m. or as soon thereafter as
possible, at the City of Hampton City Hall located at 5784 Navarre Avenue, Hampton, Florida.. Any
handicapped, visually or hearing impaired person or non-English speaking person needing special
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Large landowners fighting appraisers in Tallahassee


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor
The Florida Legislature could
be about to overturn what was
won by Bradford County's prop-
erty appraiser in a long legal bat-
tle with Rayonier.
Bills moving through the Flor-
ida House and Senate (HB,<981
and SB 2182) would allow own-
ers of timberland to keep their
agricultural status even if county
property appraisers are dubious
about the actual agricultural use
of the property.
The bill was sponsored in the
upper chamber by Sen. J.D. Al-
exander, who, according to The
Ledger, runs a company that
owns thousands of acres in the
state. He has claimed he spon-
sored the bill in the interests of


citrus growers and other large
agricultural landowners, and the
bill apparently has the broad sup-
port of the agriculture industry as
well as the state agriculture com-
missioner.
It is being opposed by property
appraisers around the state who
see it as a move to by large land-
owners to reduce their tax bills by
claiming agricultural exemptions
that don't fit the use or intended
use of their lands.
Under Florida law, agricultural
land must be taxed on its agricul-
tural value, not on its potential
for development. That is until it
is sold for three times its value
or more, at which point there is a
presumption that a use other than
agriculture is intended.
Property Appraiser Jimmy Al-
varez' battle with Rayonier fo-


caused on the company's sale of
hundreds of acres of forestland
to a subsidiary that develops and
markets its real estate. The sale
price was much more than the
agricultural value of the proper-
ty, so Alvarez denied the request
to retain the land's agricultural
status, which would have sub-
stantially reduced the property
tax bill. They took Alvarez to
court, but his decision was ulti-
mately upheld.
In the Alvarez case, the circuit
judge found that even though
timber operations were still tak-
ing place on the acreage, the op-
erations were for the short-term
sale of the wood product and not
the long-term cultivation of the
land.
Alexander's bill would allow
property owners to retain the


lower tax rate if they can prove
the land is still being used for
agricultural purposes. That could
save landowners millions of dol-
lars, but at the expense of rev-
enue to county governments.
The bills most recently had fa-
vorable votes before the Senate's
Finance and Tax Committee and
it is being reviewed by the Gen-
eral Government Policy Council
in the House.
If approved into law, the leg-
islation would not only apply:to
future sales of agricultural land.
It would be retroactive to include
cases that have not yet been de-
cided in court. This could affect
pending cases in multiple coun-
ties.


Grants to improve emergency response, survival


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor
The county has received mon-
ey that could help improve ac-
cess to health care in the county
and make it more prepared to re-
spond to emergencies.
Winnie Holland, director of
the Bradford and Union county
health department said one of
the grants involves federal dol-
lars that will place defibrillators
in public locations' around the
county and train people how to
use them.
A defibrillator is an electronic
device used to shock the heart out
of irregular contractions during
life-threatening cardiac events.
An automated externally de-
fibrillator, or AED, can be used
to diagnose and treat'heart attack


while emergency responders are happening regarding health care
en route to rural areas, increasing delivery in b6th of these rural
chances for survival., counties, what areas we need
. "We anticipate this project to enhance, and how we can all
will improve cardiac survival work together to improve access
rates for the entire population, for people in these two counties,."
but specifically for those indi- Holland said.
viduals deemed high risk and Using the $85,000 grant, the
those individuals who are located health department will develop
in remote areas," Holland said. a network of public and private
"That's why we were able to get health care providers over the
this grant -- because it is going next year and look at how best to
to be in the rural areas within ,serve the population. One option
Bradford.County." could be the establishment of a
The health department also federally qualified health center,
received a HRSA grant from the a grant-funded center with en-
Health Resources and Services hanced Medicaid and Medicare
Administration that will provide reimbursement, the ability to
a comprehensive review of the purchase prescriptions at reduced
health delivery systems in Brad--: cost, etc.
ford and Union counties. The health department has ap-
"This is a mechanism by which plied for FQHC funding in the
we can evaluate what's currently past and anticipates future fund-


ing being available.
Emergency Management Di-
rector Brian Johns has also re-
ported receiving a grant related
to homeland security.
A quarter of the $20,000
grant will be to have a compa-
ny known as The Management
Experts come in and teach two,
two-day training classes in July
and August. The rest will be used
to plan, conduct and review a
table-top exercise during which
local officials and emergency re-
sponders will be tested on their
response to a fictional emergen-
cy situation. That will take place
one afternoon in May.
None of the grants require
matching funds from the county.


Property taxes can be paid in installments


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor
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Pearson said it's been possible


to pay in installments for de-
cades, actually. The information
is included with tax bills when
they are mailed, but few take no-
tice or express interest. .
Anyone can sign up pay in in-
stallments by May 1 of each year.
From that point forward, you will
be billed quarterly, in June, Sep-


tember, December and March.
"We mail you a bill each time
it's due, and you have the whole
month [o pay it," Pearson said.
Paying in installments-actu-
ally saves taxpayers money by
knocking six percent off the top
of their bills, she said, and it is
available for homestead and non-
homestead properties.
Once enrolled to pay in install-
ments, you never have to sign up
again. On the other hand if you
miss paying an installment by the
due date, you are no longer .eli-
gible for the payment program.
The county has thousands of
taxable parcels but only several
hundred taxpayers who take! ad-
vantage of the installment plan,
in spite of its simplicity.
To sign up for the installhient
plan, fill out the form that came
with your tax bill or call thetax
collector's office at 904-966.
6246.


NOTICE



THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS AND

ACCOUNTANTS' COMPILATION REPORT

FOR THE CITY OF STARKE'S

COMMUNITY REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY

HAS BEEN COMPLETED

FOR FISCAL YEAR ENDING

SEPTEMBER 30, 2009.



TO REVIEW OR OBTAIN A COPY

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8A Bradford County Telegraph * Tuesday, April 8, 2010


Pleasant Grove
meets April 19
The Pleasant Grove Action
Group will hold its meeting every
other month on the third Mon-
day. The next meeting is Mon-
day, April 19, a 7 p.m. in the an-
nex of the Pleasant Grove United
Methodist Church. All interested
citizens are urged to attend.

Class of 1970
having meeting
The Bradford High School
Class of 1970 will inmeetto dis-
cuss its 40-year class reunion on
Thursday, May 6, at 6 p.m. at
Hampton Lake Bed and Break-
fast. Alumni are encouraged to
attend.
Contact Elaine Akdridge
Crawford 904-964-6830 or Cin-
dy Strickland Futch at 904-368-
0631 for more information.

Concert for
Cassels May 15
A concert in memory of Dean
Cassels is planned for Saturday,
May 15, at7 p.m. in the Bradford
High School auditorium. '
The event will honor the late
Dean Cassels and his family. The
concert band will be comprised
of former. students, colleagues
and other musicians who loved
and respected him. Buddy Ball
will conduct some of Cassels'
favorite band pieces and other
tunes that will pay tribute to a
great teacher, leader and friend.
The event is free and open to
the public.


Apply for UMW
scholarship
The United Methodist Women
are once again sponsoring two
$500 scholarships for the 2010-
11 academic year. All individu-
als enrolled in postsecondary
programs of study (college, ca-
reer-technical, etc.) are qualified
to apply.
Application forms are avail-
able from the secretary the First
United Methodist Church in
Starke, Lila Sellars at the Brad-
fordCounty School Board office
and Cheryl Canova at Santa Fe
College.
The deadline for completed
applications to be turned in to
the church secretary is 4 p.m. on
May 26. For more information,
please call Eugenia Whitehead at
904-964-2024.

Butterfly festival
in Melrose
The Melrose Business and
Community Association will
present the Wings of Spring: A
Celebration of the Butterfly fes-
tival on Saturday, April 17, at
Melrose Heritage Park from 10
a.m. - 3 p.m.
Sponsored by the Greathouse
Butterfly Farm, there will be an
educational program, including
question . and answer sessions
with nationally known butter-
fly experts. A butterfly tent will
be available for butterfly walk-
throughs and butterfly feeding.
Native butterflies will be released
into the wild.
A wide assortment of art and
craft vendors will be showing
their wares. Butterfly food and


nectar plants will also be avail-
able for purchase.
There will be a free children's
craft table, plus lots of fun and
games, pony rides and a 30-foot
bungee jump/rock climb. Enjoy
live music while some of the best
local food vendors serve lunch.
Vendor spaces are still avail-
able. For more information or
questions please contact Ed Sher-
wood 352-339-4718 or e-mail to
heritagepark@ bellsouth.net.

Art contest open
to high-schoolers
Each year the Sixth District
recognizes the artistic talent
and creative spirit of America's
high school students through a
nationwide Congressional Art
Competition. Congressman
Cliff Stearns has announced this
year's competition is under way.
Any student living or going to
high school in the Sixth District
is eligible to enter.
School art teachers should be
contacted for guidelines, or go
online to stearris.house.gov/dis-
trict/artcomp.htm for art com--
petition details. Deadline for
artwork to be received at The
Appleton Museum of Art is April
16, 2010; the awards ceremony
and reception at The Appleton
will be held on April 24 at 2 p.m.
All artwork will be on exhibit at
The Appleton Museum of Art
from April 24 - May 9, 2010.
The first-place student's win-
ning artwork will be exhibited
at the U.S. Capitol for the next
year, and the winner is eligible
for a scholarship to the acclaimed
Savannah College of Art and De-
sign.


HOSA members demonstrate leadership skills


Bradford's Health Occupation Students of America members Stacey Mohart, Jessica
Austin, Corey Thornton, Megan Hodges, Emily Meng, and Steven Yeauger traveled to
Chiefland earlier this year to compete at the Region II leadership conference. Steven
Yeauger placed first in medical math, Emily Meng placed second in prepared speaking,
and Stacey Mohart placed fourth in medical terminology. In April, Steven and Emily
will compete at the state leadership competition held in Orlando.


"The talent exhibited by the
students is always inspiring."
said Stearns. "It is a wonderful
opportunity for young artists to
see their work on exhibit at the
prestigious Appleton Museum of
Art, and I am appreciative of The
Appleton's continuing support."
Entries will be judged by mu-
seum curator Ruth Grim.


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B Section * Thursday, April 8, .2010 FEATURES
CRIME
SOCIALS
OBITUARIES
EDITORIAL'

NEWS FROM BRADFORD COUNTY, UNION COUNTY AND THE LAKE REGION


Local man writes about, investigates ghosts


Joseph Barnett
holds a copy of
his book, "Per-
sonal Experi-
ences of the
Paranormal
World." Barnett
investigates
haunted locales
and is ordained
as a minister so
he can cleanse
those locales of
spirits.


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Joseph Barnett did not need a
ghost writer when it came time
to write a book. You see, he is a
ghost writer in a literal sense.
Barnett, a Bradford County
resident, has written a book that
chronicles some of his experi-
ences with ghosts, hence the
title,. "Personal Experiences of
the Spiritual World." It took him
.a couple of months to write the
book, which was quickly picked
up by PublishAmerica after he


sent a manuscript to five pub-
lishing companies.
"I wrote 31 pages on the com-
puter," Barnett said. "I decided I
would stop there and see if any-
body would pick it up and
whether or not I wanted to add
more. When the publisher
picked it up, they said, 'We'll
publish it as is.'"
The book is listed as 48 pages
long on the PublishAmerica
Web site
(www.publishamerica.com),
-where the book can be pur-


chased. The book is also avail-
able at bookstores such as
Barnes and Noble, Borders and
Waldenbooks, as well as on
Amazon .com.
Barnett said the book came
about as a way to be of guidance
and of help to others who have
their own paranormal experi-
ences. It is an extension of the
current services he offers as a
ghost investigator. In fact, Bar-
nett became ordained as a minis-
ter approximately a year ago to
provide an extra level of comfort


to those who are dealing with
paranormal presence. As a min-
ister, he can cleanse a. house of
unwanted spirits.
"That way, I can go into a
house and a person can feel
comforted by my not just being
an investigator, but as a minister
who can help and give advice,"
Barnett said. "I'm still new at it,
so I don't go and say I'm perfect
or that I know everything. Eve-
rybody learns as they go."
See GHOSTS page 9B


French citizens help

unveil monument I


at Camp Blanding.

BY CLIFF SMELLEY Day, we organize a ceremony
Regional News/Sports Editor' and lay wreaths at the foot of the
Brooker resident Frank Tow- monument dedicated to Old
ers has visited.France on several Hickory," Sarrazin said. "Mor-
occasions after he passed tain does riot forget, and we
through the country as a member must make sure the next genera-
of the 30th Infantry Division in tion does not forget. The liberty
World War II. He has been wel- borne we have just unveiled will
comed as a friend and honored remain the symbol of the con-
for his service and the service of tinual and timeless progression
his fellow soldiers 'that resulted of our friendship.
in the liberation of France from "Some time ago, (Towers)
Nazi forces, told me, 'You must organize a
On March 25, Towers and the trip with the mayor to Florida
Camp Blanding Training Center and visit Camp Blanding.' I
welcomed a group of French gave him, my promise. The
citizens and dignitaries to this mayor also 'promised. Here we
country to officially dedicate a are today at Camp Blanding."
monument in the Canipland-
ing Memorial Park- anri'".ginal Liberty Road marks the victo-
borne from "Liberty Roat:',. rious route of the Allies, starting
Noel Sarrazin, the preil >i'~ Sainte-Mere-Eglise in France
the European Association of the and ending in Bastogne in Bel-
30th Infantry and a resident of gium. Stone markers, or bornes,
Mortain, a town in the Manche were erected at each of the 1,146
department in - Normandy, kilometers. Each borne is 48
helped lay wreaths at the base of inches high, weighing 716
the borne along with Towers, pounds.
Camp Blanding's commander, Liberty Road was inaugurated
Col. Mickey Duren, and the in September 1947.
mayor of Mortain, Michel Des- In presenting the history of
foux. The act was similar to an the bornes and Liberty Road,
annual event in Mortain.
"Every year on Memorial See UNVEIL page 6B


Clay sets DL
checkpoint
The Clay County Sheriffs
Office traffic unit will
conduct a driver's license
checkpoint on Friday, April 9,
on C.R. 218 west in
Middleburg.
The goal of this event is to
check for adherence to traffic
laws and increase the safety of
the.public.

Checkpoints
set up in
Starke area
The Starke Police
Department and Bradford
County Sheriffs Office will
conduct vehicle checkpoints in
the following locations
throughout the month of April:
* U.S. 301 north of S.R. 16
to C.R. 233.
* U.S. 301 south to the
county line.
* S.R. 16 west to Northwest
177th Street.
* S.R. 16 east to C.R. 230A.


'* S.R. 100 east to Colley
Road.
* S.R. 100 west to C.R. 225.
* C.R. 229 to C.R. 225.
Minor injuries
in car-cycle
crash
One person suffered minor
injuries after the motorcycle h
was driving collided with a ca
in Starke on April 2.
According to the Stark
Police Department report,
1999 Harley Davidson drive
by Todd Callow of Anacour
Wash., had turned onto U.S
301 off of South Walnu
Street.
A 1999 Oldsmobile 'driven
by .Gary Bakken of Stark
turned out of the Eliano'
parking lot onto U.S. 301 inti
the path of the motorcycle
said the report. The motorcycle
struck the left front fender o
the car.
Callow was transported t<
Shands Starke with mino
injuries. He was treated and
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SObituaries


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Alvin Andrews (Mark)
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Andrews, 45, of Coulterville, Ill., sister,
died March 31, 2010, in Littleton, of I
Colo. He was preceded in death grand
by: his grandparents, Jim and Ina Men
Andrews and G.W. Parrish. Batten
2.He is survived by: his, wife of Evergr
25 years, Marianne Maness of flov
Andrews; children, Michael made
(Jackie) Andrews of Tilden, Ill., Society
Amanda Andrews, Jacob Andrews Gaines
and Alexis Andrews, all of Hospic
Coulterville; his father, Alvin L. Gaines
(Lorine) Andrews of Lake Butler; Arrang
his mother, Linda Parrish (Jeff) Gallagl
Scott of Providence; brothers, Jeff Starke.
S(Kimberly) Andrews of
Providence and Joshua (Patty) Ve
Andrews of Lake Butler;
grandparents, Irene Parrish of JA(
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WTEY-Wilford Batten, 59,
Lawtey, formerly of
hear, Ga., died Thursday,
, 2010, at Suwannee Valley
Center in Lake City. Mr.
was born on Dec. 1, 1950,
ckshear to the late Vernon
zalee Gray Batten and grew
lollywood, Fla.
moved to Lawtey 24 years
om Middlehurg. He was a
ter and house mover in
County for many years. He
a member of Evergreen
t Church in Lawtey.
Batten was preceded in
by his son, Johnny Batten,
other, Jimmy Batten. He is
ed by: his wife of 24 years,
a Cruce Batten of Lawtey;
children, Joseph (Melissa)
of Tennessee, Christina
Snyder of Arizona;
Idren, Corby Griffis and
3riffis, both of Lawtey; his
Judy (Aubrey) Thompson
Blackshear; and two
children.
morial services for Mr.
were held on April 6, in
een Baptist Church. In lieu
vers, contributions may be
to the American Cancer
y, 2121 SW 16"h St.,
ville, FL 32608, or Haven
e, 4200 NW 90"' Blvd.,
ville, FL 32606.
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She was raised in Lawtey, and
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she spent most of her life. She was
of the Baptist faith.
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death by: her husband, Wiley
Brewer; her brothers, Gene and
James Donno and her sister, Jerry)
Story. She is survived by: three
sons, Wiley Brewer 11l and
Matthew Brewer, both of
Jacksonville, and Steven Brewer
of Independence, Iowa; two
daughters, Theresa Ann Tew of
Lawtey and Lori Leigh Bosarge of
Jacksonville: her sister, Nettie
Prevatt; six grandchildren and
three great-grandchildren.
Arrangements are under the
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Arrangements are under the care
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Patricia Crawford c
STARKE-Patricia "Patti" L.
Crawford, 72, of Starke, passed T
away on Sunday, April 4, 2010, at
the E.T. York Hospice Center in
Gainesville.
Mrs. Crawford was born in
Dothan, Ala., to Christine
Stringfellow Lawson and the late
James Thomas Lawson on Oct. (
21, 1937. She has been a longtime
resident of Starke, where she was
a member of Madison Street
Baptist Church. She retired from
DuPont as a research and.
development secretary, and was a
great example of a hard worker."
She was a former member of the
Madison Street Baptist Church
choir and was an avid Gator fan,
Mrs. Crawford was preceded in
death by: her husband of 49 years,
Neil Rhodes Crawford; her father,
James Thomas Lawson; and her
brother. Hal Lawnon She is
cur% i-ed h\ her mother ChrMihn
Sm ringlell,,-- La\j on oIl _M:irke.
her children. \iiginij iI Trr i
Denmark .,1o., M.lroe-.c KL'in n
i Sirahi Ci.a t ford of" Stai ke. [Dijar
iRogerhpi.Rolthwdhio .k.Kevs&one
Heighis. iand Karcr Cral'ord o1
Gaines'\ ile, her se-ier Alice
Louise (Tom) Harding of
Maryland; and her 12
grandchildren.
Services will be held on
Thursday, April. 8, at 10 a.m. at
Archie Tanner Funeral Services
with Pastor Charles Warren
officiating. Interment will follow
at Keystone Heights Cemetery.
Family will receive friends on
Wednesday, April 7, from 6-8
p.m. at the funeral home. In lieu of
flowers, please make donations to
the American Heart Association


Carl Luther
GAINESVILLE-Carl Eugene
'Luke" Clifton Luther, 55, died
Friday, March 26, 2010, following
a brief illness at his home in
Gainesville where he was
currently residing.
Mr. Luther was born in
Baltimore, Md., on Jan. 30, 1955.
He lived in North Carolina until
the age of 13, when he moved to
Starke. He went to school in.
Bradford County and played
football for Bradford High School
until his graduation,in 1973. Upon
his graduation, Mr. Luther joined
the United States Air Force.
He is survived by: his four
children , Carlisa (.Dennis) Ogle,
nd Allen (Becky), all of
Tennessee, Lukas of Lawtey, and
Sarah of St. Petersburg; his
mother and stepfather, Betty and
Wilbur Godwin of Lake Butler;
his father and stepmother, James
ad Faye Luther of North
Carolina; two brothers, Lynn
Linda) Luther of Lake Butler,
and Steve (Joyce) Luther of
Starke; a sister, Laura (Andy)
Luther of Starke; a stepsister, Judy
Daugherty of Lake Butler; five
grandchildren and one great-
grandchild. , .
There will be a memorial
service on Monday, April 12, at
11:30 a.m. at the Jacksonville
National Cemetery, 4083 Lannie
Rd., Jacksonville, FL 32218.
Arrangements are under the care
of ICS Cremation and Funeral
Home of Lake City.


Major Cleveland
and Dot Malone
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-Major
Cleveland Malone, 85, passed
away Tuesday, March 30, 2010, at
the home of his son, Michael, in
Keystone Heights. Mr. Malone
was born in Tuscaloosa County,
Alabama on Dec. 23, 1924.
Dorothy Jean Malone, 79,
passed away Nov. 30, 2009, at the
home of her son, Michael, in
Keystone Heights. Mrs. Malone
was born in Birmingham,'Ala. on
Jan. 10, 1930.
Prior to his retirement, Mr.
Malone was a construction
supervisor and also, served in the
United States Army during World
War II, serving in the 158"'
Engineer Combat Battalion. Mrs.
Malone was a devoted wife and
mother.
Funeral services for Major and
Dot Malone were on Saturday,
April 3, at 1 p.m. in Collins-Burke
Chapel. Burial followed in Liberty
Hill Cemetery. Family visitation
was on Friday, April 2, from 6-8
p.m., also at Collins-Burke
Funeral Home. Greg Washington
officiated under the direction of
Collins-Burke Funeral Home.
Mr. Malone was preceded in
death by his wife of 49 years,
Dorothy Jean Malone. They are
survived by: their sons, Michael
Malone (and caregiver, Mindy
Malone of Keystone Heights), and
Wayne (Deb) Metcalfe of
Homosassa; Mr. Malone's sister,
Eleanor Perry Blackwell of
Wilburn, Ga.; and several loving
nieces and nephews. Local
arrangements are by Jones-
Gallagher Funeral Home of
Keystone Heights.
PAID OBITUARY


It takes many good deeds to build a good reputation,
and only one bad one to lose it.
-. "--Ben ,Snin Franklin
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experience? Education is when you read the fine print;
experience is what you get when you don't.
-Pete Seeger


In Loving Memory of:
Herschell B. Holmes
Feb. 16, 1961-Apr. 12, 2009.
Although it's been one
year, the pain in our
hearts makes it feel like it
was yesterday. There is '
not a day that goes by
that I don't think of you. "
You slipped away and we
will never understand, but
God knows best. As the ,
years go by, we will
always carry your
memory so close.
Loved and missed,
Mom and your brothers





In Loving Memory of
Cecil A. Ellis Sr.,
our father, and
Georgia N. Ellis,
our mother.
They remain absent from.
this world, but forever
present in our memories.-


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time, we find ourselves
wondering... Did we
remember to thank you
enough for all you have
done for us?
For all the times you wete
by our sides to help and.
support us... To celebrate
our successes, to
understand our problems
and accept our defeats?'
Or for teaching us by
your example, the value
-of hard-work, good
judgement, courage and
integrity? We wonder if j
we ever thanked you for t
the sacrifices you made t4
let us have the very best. :
And for the simple things,
like laughter, smiles and
times we shared?
If we have forgotten to
show our gratitude
enough for all the things'
you did, we're thanking
you now. And we are
hoping you knew all
along how much you
meant to us.
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Cecil, Walter, Howie;
Dorothy, Bessie, Juante,.
Commisah, Shirley aid
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O-bituariesl'' .._� ' ... .. .


Robert Miles Sr.
GAINESVILLE-Robert Miles
Sr., 70, of Gainesville, died
Saturday, March 27, 2010, at
Shands at UF Hospital in
Gainesville following a brief
illness. He was born in Jonesville,
Fla. on Aug. 14, 1939.
Mr. Miles was a retired chef.
He was of the Christian faith and
attended the local schools of
Alachua County. He was preceded
in death by his daughter, Shirley
.Miles.
* He is survived by: his wife,
Bertha Covington Miles of
Gainesville; sons, Robert Miles
Jr., Nathaniel Curry, and John
Miles, all of Gainesville, and
Robert Allen Miles of Atlanta,
Ga.; daughters, Tina Miles and
'Onya Joseph, both of Gainesville;
sisters, Bishop Lucy Smith of
Jacksonville, Minister Maggie
Dennis, Evangelisy Inez Rowe,
Josephine Denegal, Evangelist
Glovine Smith, and Flossie
Douglas, all of Gainesville; Int'l
i-mother, Ruthie Curtis of Alachua,
'Ind Catherine Nathan of
Willingboro, N.J.; brothers,
Nathaniel Miles of St. Petersburg,
the Rev. Allen Myles of Canton,
Ohio, .and Elder David Miles of
Gainesville; and 13 grandchildren.
Funeral services for Mr. Miles
will be held on Saturday, April 10
at 2 p.m. in the Church of God by
Faith in Starke with the Rev. W.G.
Mayberry as eulogist and Elder
James E. McKnight conducting
the services. Interment. will be
;,eld in Bob-Love Cemetery under
.The direction of Haile Funeral
2Flome. Visitation will be Friday,
-April 9 at the Carl D. Haile
-lMemorial Chapel with family
-hour from 4-5 p.m., and friends
.inay visit from 5-8 p.m., or one
'hour prior to the service at the
:-hurch The family will meet at
-the Haile Funeral Home at 1:30
1.m. on Saturday to form the
.cortege.
iDeborah Newsted
- GLEN ST. MARY-Deborah
Louise Newsted, 58, of Glen St.
Mary, died Thursday, April 1,
2010, at Ed Fraser Memorial
Hospital in Macclenny.
Ms. Newsted was born in
Warrington, Fla. She lived in Las
Vegas, Nev. Before' moving to
Baker County six years ago. She
worked in food service with the
Lake Butler Elementary School.
She was the daughter of the late
Walter D. and Williearee Cox
Chaney. She was also preceded in
death by a sister, Cathy
Cunningham.
I Ms. Newsted is survived by:
sons, Steven Plasterer of Glen St.
Mary and Christopher Plasterer of
Las Vegas, Nev.; sisters, Car9l


(Vince) Seamour of Colorado
Springs, Colo. and Paulette (Gene)
Freeman of Glen St. Mary; and a
brother, Donald (Dorthy) Alton
Chaney of Las Vegas.
Memorial services will be held
Thursday, April 8 at 6 p.m. in the
chapel of Archer Funeral Home of
Lake Butler with Pastor Mike
Norman officiating. Burial will
follow at a later date. Archer
Funeral Home of Lake Butler is in
charge of arrangements.


Ellen Sheplak


Ellen Sheplak
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-Ellen
Sheplak, 70, of Keystone Heights,
passed away on Tuesday, March
30, 2010, at Shands Hospital in
Gainesville after a brief but
courageous battle against a very
aggressive form of small single
cell cancer.
Ellen was born in Carbondale,
Pa. on Feb. 9, 1940, to the late
John and Ellen Smith Hoyle .and
moved to New Jersey during her
sophomore year of high school.
She married her husband, Rick, in
1960 and in 1988, they moved to
Keystone Heights from Stanhope,
N.J. Prior to her retirement in
2006, she was known as "Miss
Ellen" at Johnny's Barbeque for
almost 20 years as greeting
everyone with a big smile and a
lot of kidding around.
She loved to play bingo and the
slot machines in Las Vegas,
Tampa and Biloxi, Miss. Ellen
was a parishioner of the St.
William Catholic Church and a
member of the Melrose Woman's
Club. She loved her husband and
family, , especially- her
grandchildren and daughter-in-
law, whom she considered her
"adopted daughter."
The family would like to thank
the wonderful staff at Shands
Hospital with a very special


thanks to Dr. Jay Lynch for the
outstanding care and
professionalism shown to Ellen
and her family during this very
short but depressing period.
Mrs. Sheplak is survived by:
her husband of 50 years, Rick;
their son, Dr. Mark (Jeanniel)
Sheplak; her brother, Jackie
(Debbie) of New Jersey;
grandchildren, Rachel and
Matthew; and many cousins,
nieces and nephews in
Pennsylvania, New York and
Florida.
Visitation for Mrs. Sheplak was
held on April 6 from 5-8 p.m. at
the funeral home. Funeral mass
was held on April 7 at 10 a.m. in
the St. William Catholic Church
with Father Mike Williams
officiating. Burial followed at the
Keystone Heights Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers, the family is
asking that contributions be made
to the Shands Cancer Center, PO
Box 103633, Gainesville, FL
32610-3633. Arrangements are
being held under the care of
Jones-Gallagher Funeral Home of
Keystone Heights.
PAID OBITUARY


Carl Stewart
STARKE-Carl W. Stewart, 83,
of Starke, died on Monday, April
5, 2010, at his home with family
by his side.
Mr. Stewart was born on Jan.
27, 1927, in Baker County to
Arthur S. Stewart and Maggie
Godwin Stewart Clemmons. He
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Congregational Methodist
preacher and attended several
local churches. He was a dragline
and bulldozer hCjy equipment
operator and was a farmer
following his retirement. He loved
music, horses, hunting and fishing.
Mr. Stewart is survived by: his
wife of 62 years, Violet A. Nettles
Stewart of Starke; his grandson,
Eric L. Stewart of Starke; his
great-grandson, Jensen M. Gay of
Starke; and many nieces and
nephews. He was preceded in
death by his sons, Dannie C.
Stewart and Freddie W. Stewart of
Starke.
A memorial service will be held
at Sampson City Church of God
on Thursday, April 8, 2010, at 2
p.m. with'the Rev. Gene Bass and
Brother Carl Evans officiating.
PAID OBITUARY


In Appreciation
The family of Alex Nelson-
would like to express our
deepest gratitude to the
wonderful people of the
Union County community
who provided love and
support following the
recent loss of our beloved
Alex. All of you are in our
prayers as we try to
recover from this shared
grief God's blessing to
each of you.
Cathy, Noah, Elizabeth
and Samuel Nelson


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Letters to the Editor -
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Letter to the
.Bradford County
.Community
Dear Editor:
On behalf of Take Stock in
,:Children, I would like to thank
,,,you for your kindhearted sup-
.port and donations that helped
:, make our yard sale fundraiser an
immeasurable success. Our
."community is a prime example
"of that "small town feel" and
"'holds the reputation of a close-
knit family.
The Take Stock In Children
:program has treasured immense
support and recognition within
; our community. Our goal is to
continue to reduce the number
.of high school drop-outs and to
"increase the number of students
'who finish college and make a
'successful transition into the
workforcerc.
Each year CIS continues to
.-advance its mission to continu-
, ously create an environment of
student-centered improvement
"and to help young people learn,
stay in school and prepare for
"i4ife.
Thank you, community, for
--all you do for our children to-
day, because they are our lead-,
ers of tomorrow.
Best wishes,
Nicole Smith

TEA Party in
Starke on
April 15
PDear Editor:
' One year ago on tax day 2009,
Citizens from all. over America
. .athered for their first TEA
Party-TEA standing for Taxed
Enough Already. Our elected
officials either ignored us or
--mnocked us.
It's been a year of massive,
-expensive bills-stimulus. om-
"nibus, bailout, now health care-
- ll being passed without an -
:tainable deficit and debt should


alarm every citizen, taxpayer or
not! We asked Congress and the
administration to stop the fiscal
irresponsibility,but we were met
with arrogance and corruption.
We saw backroom deals with
drug companies, unions, and
lobbyists; we saw vote buying,
secrecy and dishonesty.
We saw government take over
the auto industry, banks, insur-
ance companies, student loans,
and health care, with the stated
goal of redistributing wealth for.
"social justice". The far-left,
progressive wing of the Democ-
ratic party has waited a long
time to "fundamentally change"
America from a prosperous
capitalist country to a European-
like socialist/democracy. We,
the people, know we are being
forced to march down the road
to socialism.
Ordinary citizens of every de-
scription and political party go
to tea parties, and we are no
longer being ignored. The peo-
ple we sent to Washington to
represent us are now labeling us
as extremists, racists, violent,
anti-government, anti-health
care reform, and worse. No
proof offered! None needed!
The mainstream media eagerly
prints anything negative about
people with conservative values;
however, it almost never ques-
tions anything that the lefrdoes.
The public is invited to the
April 15, 2010, Tax Day TEA
Party, from 4-6 p.m., at the old
brick armory in the 500 block of
U.S. 301/Temple Avenue,
Starke, across the street from
Bradford High School. Bring a
flag, sign, lawn chair and enthu-
siasm. Register to win the new
FairTax book. Register to vote.
Independent, Republican, De-
mocrat-doesn't matter. Come if
you oppose the progressives'
"fundamental change" of our
country.
Tea Party patriots are opposed
to bigotry and violence and
don't advocate for a third party.
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Thursday, April 8, 2010 * Telegraph, Times &a Monitor B Section 5B


BHS class of '75
to have reunion
meeting on April
24 in Starke
The Bradford High School
class of 1975 is having its 35'"
reunion Saturday, July 24, at the
Starke Golf and Country Club.
If you would like to help plan
the reunion, there will be a
meeting on April 24 at Western
Steer Family Steakhouse in
Starke at 11:30 a.m.
Class members are encour-
aged to get in touch with other
classmates and provide" their
phone numbers and e-mail ad-
dresses to the planning commit-
tee.
The deadline to register for
the reunion is June 1, 2010. It is
open to all class members, even
those who moved prior to
graduation.
Cost is $25 per person and
must be in the form of a check
or money order made payable to
BHS Class of 1975. Mail to
Donna Solze, PO Box 213,
Starke, FL 32091. Include mail-
ing address and e-mail address if
you have one.
For more information, please
call Donna Pauley Solze at 904-
964-5803- or Mable Jones
MCcarthy at'352-473-3964. You
can also join the BHS Class of
1975 group on Facebook for
further updates.


Megan Howard and
Jerrod Perry


Howard, Perry
to wed May 22
Megan Howard of Lake
Butler and Jerrod Perry of
Starke announce their
engagement and approaching
marriage.
The bride-elect is the
daughter of Norma Jean
Howard and Mr. and Mrs.
Andy Howard of Lake Butler.
She is a 2006 graduate of
Union County High School
and is in the' nursing program
at Lake City Community
College graduating April 30,
2010.
The groom-elect is the son
of Fred and Kathy Perry of
Graham. He is a 2002 graduate
of Bradford High School, is a
member of the Florida
National Guard and is
employed at Camp Blanding.
The wedding is set for
Saturday, May 22, 2010, at 6
p.m. in the evening at Rolling
Oaks Farm in Lake Butler. A
reception will follow.


Douglas Hardy feted with birthday party


BY BUSTER RAHN
Special to the Telegraph
One evening this month
(March 13), Douglas Hardy,
sitting at the head table, looked
out over the ballroom of the
Starke Golf and Country Club
to see a large group of family
and friends gathered to
celebrate his 90"' birthday. On
this night, his life expectancy
was much longer than it was in
December 1944 when he
viewed the world through the
sights of an army carbine.
At that time, his Army unit
was locked in deadly combat
with Germany's finest in the
"Battle of the Bulge." The
weather was atrocious, with
waist-deep snow and
temperatures hovering between
0 and 10 degrees and the skies
overcast. The mountainous
terrain and low clouds
precluded aerial support,
leaving men on the ground
dependent on infantry tactics,
tanks and artillery.
The Allies, primarily
American troops, committed


800,000 men, with some
19,000 being killed. Hardy, an
infantryman attached to a tank
unit, suffered frozen feet, had
them thawed in a medical unit
and returned to his outfit to
continue the fight. At that
time, his life expectancy was
measured in hours and minutes
rather than in years.
On March 13, Hardy's
thoughts were far from the
battles of the past as he looked
out over the room filled with
friends and relatives.
Memories of the past were
forgotten as they sang, "Happy
Birthday." It was a gala
occasion in which everyone
enjoyed the camaraderie of
well-wishers, the give-and-
take of conversation and the
excellent repast, catered by
Anne of Waldo.
Ninety friends and family
attended the buffet-style
dinner, which included roast
beef, pork loin, fried chicken
and attendant vegetables,
condiments and dessert.
After dinner, several people


went to a podium to reminisce
about ventures and adventures.
Hardy and his wife, Doris
Hinson, were married in 1940.
They were blessed with two
children-Dudley and
Delores-when he was drafted
into the Army. World War II
was under way in 1943, and
Hardy was at Camp Blanding
when ,Dorothy (Jones) was
born.
Hardy was awarded a chest
full of medals for his service
before returning to the States
and being discharged in 1945.
After the war, three more
children-Diane, Debbie
(Harris) and Douglas
(Buddy)-were born into the
family. Delores and Buddy are
deceased, Diane lives in
Mississippi and the remaining
three live in Starke.
Hardy's wife, Doris, died in
1972. He and the former Hazel
Ritch, former office manager
for the Charley E. Johns
insurance agency, were
married in 1976 and lived on
East Call Street until Ritch's


death in 2007.
Hardy was self employed,
an entrepreneur in automotive
sales and service, and
cattleman. He continues to
work a herd of cattle on sizable
acreage that borders Lake
Santa Fe.
Only old-timers will
remember the Cooke store on
North Temple Avenue, across
from the current Bradford
County Courthouse. Hardy
bought the Cooke property and
operated a used car parts place
after the war.
I have known Hardy since
1939, when the family lived in
Brooker. . His father was' a
tobacco demonstrator for local
farming when the crop was
being introduced into Bradford*
and Union counties. The year
1940 must have been a good
one for tobacco because
Hardy's father bought a new,
luxurious Pontiac sedan. That
doesn't sound unusual 'in
today's world, where people

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Noel Sarrazin, Michel Desfoux and Frank Towers lay wreaths at the base of the
borne during a dedication ceremony on March 25 at Camp Blanding.


UNVEIL
Continued from Page 1B


Towers said in time, some of the
bornes became traffic hazards.
due to "improved highways and
increased speeds. Therefore,
some of them became damaged.
Others-due to road widening
and realignment or installation
of traffic circles-were re-
moved. Those bornes were re-
placed with polyester replicas.
The original bornes were
marked for distribution in the
United States by the Liberty
Road Foundation, which had
four goals: to dedicate the bor-
nes as symbols of gratitude, to
organize "Bornes in the USA," a
project that aims to establish a
borne in each state, to pay hom-
age to the historical relations
and friendship between France
and, the U.S., and to honor,
wherever possible, , city located
on the "Eisenhower Road,"
crossing the U.S. from San
Francisco to Washington, D.C.
The borne at Camp Blapding
was-actually dedicated on May
9, 1998, following a ceremony
at Saint-L6 in Normandy on
Oct. 21, 1997. The borne, pre-
sented to Towers, a board mem-
ber of the Camp Blanding Mu-
seum, by the Department ,of
SManche and the mayor of Saint"
L6 was previously located be-
tween Utah Beach and Saint-L6


at Saint-Jean-de-Daye. Saint-
Jean-de-Daye was the first town
to be liberated by the 30'h Infan-
try Division.
Towers said the mayors of the
surrounding towns brought


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handfuls of earth from their
towns to be placed in an urn,
which was then placed inside the
base of the borne. Towers, him-
self, gathered earth from Omaha
and Utah beaches, and the Nor-


The Liberty
Road borne
that sits in the
Camp Blanding
Memorial Park
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high and made
of concrete. Its
base contains
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with dirt from
various locales
in France, in-
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Sarrzin and Mortain Mayor
Desfoux both spoke of remem-
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so many made in liberating
France.


"Many did not make it back
home, leaving their families in
deep grief," Sarrazin said. "They
sacrificed their youth and lives
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recognition and gratitude.
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Star Spangled
Banner," at the
conclusion of
the ceremony.






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achieved its freedom."
Desfoux said the people of
Mortain have not forgotten those
men and what they accom-
plished, taking time every year
to honor them. He urged U.S.
citizens to do the same.
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Thursday, April 8, 2010 * Telegraph, Times & Monitor B Section 7B


-The Lady Indians Varsity Team members are: (front, I-r) Cr
Johnson, Cortney Casas, Chandler Singletary, Chelsea Hai
r) Kelsey Waters, Chelsea Cravey, Vanessa Munoz, Amber
Hamilton, Taylor Semione, Kayla Walker, Emily Breton and


Indians finish 3rd

in bracket of

Kissimmee tour-

Snament
BY BRUCE HARVIN
Special to the Telegraph-Times-
SMonitor


No spring break beaches or
sleeping until noon for the Lady
Indians varsity softball team, not'
until they began April with a 3-1
record and a third-place finish in
the white division of the prestig-
ious Kissimmee Klassic, which
was held April 1-3.
The Indians (13-6) began
their impressive tournament
outing on April Fool's Day, but
there was no fooling around as
the young women garnered nine
hits on the way to a 7-2 victory
against the Class 6A Colonial
High Grenadiers.
Sophomore right-hander Am-
ber Skipper cinched the win
* with a two-run pitching per-
formance as well as getting two
hits at the plate. Third baseman
Kayla Walker and second base-
manr Chandler Singletary also
recorded two hits ,each during
the contest.
Skipper hit an RBI double in
the first for Keystone's first
runs, while Walker drove in two
with a single in the second.
Walker later scored in the inning
on a ball put into play by
sophomore shortstop Chelsea
Harvin.
Taylor Semione drove in a
run in the third, while freshman
cetifr'fie'lder Kelsey Waters
drove in one on a double in the
fourth.
Skipper, who led off the sixth
with a double, scored the last
Srun on ari error.
The following day, the Indi-
ans continued their hitting clinic,
led, by junior catcher Cortney
-asas, who had three hits
against the Class 5A Sebastian
River Sharks. Keystone had nine
hits overall in an 8-2 victory.
Both teams battled, tied at 2-


all until the bottom of the sixth
when a series of errors by the
Sharks led to a six-run Indians
inning.
Waters gave up only one
earned run and struck out five
batters over six innings. In addi-
tion to Waters' pitching per-
formance, she helped her
team-along with Singletary-
in garnering two hits.
One win away from playing
for the tournament champion-
ship and under a hot central
Florida sun, the Class 5A Tate
Aggies proved to be too much
for the Indians, who suffered a
6-0 loss.
Skipper, despite only giving
up two earned runs, earned the
loss.
The Indians could muster
only three hits over seven in-
nings from Harvin, Waters and
Casas.
The game proved to be a de-
fensive struggle, with Tate hold-
ing a 1-0 lead through six in-
nings, The Aggies, just as Key-
stone had done a day before,
mounted a. multi-run inning in
the seventh, scoring five runs on
four singles, a double and an
error that secured their spot in
the title game.
With no time to reflect on the
loss, the Indians stepped on the
diamond for their fourth and
final game of the tournament to
face the Rine Castle Christian
Eagles for third place.
The Eagles, ranked fourth in
the Class 2A state poll, were no
match 'for the Indians as Key-
stone quickly scored four runs in
the -first inning en route to a 6-0
victory.
Harvin led the team with three
hits and one RBI, going 3-for-4
from the plate. Waters had an-
other victory, pitching, seven
innings, giving up only three
hits and no earned runs. Waters
was 2-for-3 from the plate,
which included a triple and a
three-run blast over the center
field fence in the first inning.
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"" atop district with

win over BHS
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Kelsey Waters shut down the
Bradford bats and drove in three
runs for her team with a home
run in the Keystone Heights
softball team's 11-1 District 4-
3A south win on March 30.
Waters gave up just two hits
and three walks in five innings
as the Indians improved to 6-1
in the district. At the plate, she
crystal Munoz, Lyndsay went 2-for-3.
rin, Kim Brown, (back, I- Keystone had 10 hits in all,
Skipper, Hannah with Kayla Walker going 3-for-
Rachel Wells. 4 and Chelsea Harvin going 2-
for-4. Amber Skipper hit a tri-
Harvin and Chelsea Cravey hit pIe.
RBI singles in the second and It was a 4-1 game until the
third innings. Harvin's hit fifth inning, when the Indians
scored Singletary, who led off scored seven runs.
the second with a single, while
Cravey's hit scored Waters, who
led off the third with a triple.
The Indians resume play on
Monday, April 12, when they
will face P.K. Yonge in
Gainesville at 6 p.m. They will
then travel to Green Cove
Springs on Tuesday, April 13, to
play Clay at 6:30 p.m.'
Regional News/Sports, Editor
Cliff Smelley contributed to this
story. j the


BHS goes 1-2 in

softball tourney,

Strong earns a

top player award
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor


It was a struggle offensively
for the Bradford softball team in
two of the three games it played
in the Kissimmee Klassic, but
center fielder Kiki Strong had a
total of six hits to earn recogni-
tion as the Outstanding Offen-
sive Player of her division.
The Kissimmee Klassic,
which' was played April 1-3,
consisted of three divisions-
blue, gold and white-with
Bradford playing in the white
division. That division consisted
of St. Petersburg Caterbury, last
year's Class IA runner-up, and
Sarasota Riverview, which won
the white division championship i
in last year's tournament. The
Tornadoes played both those
teams, losing by a combined
score of 4-1.
Strong had three of Bradford'.s
five total hits against those op-
See BHS page 8B

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team blanks

Crescent City
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Ciara Thornton gave up two
hits, while Ashlyn Harden drove
in two runs for the Union
County softball team in its 10-0
win over District 4-3A south
opponent Crescent City on April
1.
Harden finished 2-for-3 for
the Tigers, who had 10 hits as a
team. Jordan Spitze, who scored
three times, was 2-for-2, while
Thornton was 2-for-3 with a
double and an RBI.
Prior to playing Crescent City,
the Tigers (5-7) defeated district
opponent Interlachen 5-2 on
March 29. Thornton earned the
win in that game as well, giving
up six hits.


Union had 10 hits and was led
by Morgan Dukes and Thornton,
who were 2-for-2 and 2-for-3,
respectively. Dukes drove in one
run, while Thornton drove in
two.
Spitze hit a double.
The Tigers almost had another
win sandwiched between the
Interlachen and Crescent City
games, but came up short in a
10-9 loss to Baldwin on March
31.
Union scored five runs in the
fourth inning to tie the score, but
Baldwin scored in the bottom of
the sixth to get the win.

Jordan Windham went 3-for-4
for the Tigers, hitting a double
and a three-run home run.
Brianne Clyatt drove in three
runs as well, going 2-for-4 with
a double, while Emily Akridge
was 2-for-3 with an RBI.


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Correction
Donald Neel, who won a blue
ribbon for color photography in
the arts and crafts division at the
-Bradford County Fair, was in-
correctly identified as Donald
.Freel in the April 1 edition 'def
the Bradford County Telegraph,
Union County Times and Lake
Region Monitor. We apologize
for the error.


eant on Saturday, April.17, at
Bradford Middle School at 7
p.m.
The pageant will showcase
willing, motivated and responsi-
ble young women in an effort to
raise money for scholarships for
women.
Participants will be judged on
talent, interview, formal wear
and casual wear.
Tickets are $5.


Bradford Middle Lake Region
School to host Community
Honeybee Pag- Theater presents


eant April 17
Eta Phi Beta Sorority, Alpha
Iota Chapter of Gainesville, will
be hosting the Honeybee Pag-


youth production
Two plays featuring 25 youth
between the ages of 7 and 17
from Bradford, Clay and Union


counties will be presented by the
Lake Region Community Thea-
ter this month, starting Friday,
April 23.
Performances of Robert
Combs' "The Valiant Villain,"
an old-fashioned melodrama
with a new twist, and L. Frank
Baum's "The Wizard of Oz"
will be held at the Salvation
Army's Camp Keystone off of
S.R. 100 between Keystone
Heights and Starke (6581 S.E.
Ninth Ave.). They are scheduled
for 7 p.m. on Friday and Satur-
day, April 23-24, and at 4 p.m.
on Sunday, April 25.
Donation prices are $12 for
adults and $10 for children (11
and under).
Call the theater's box office at
352-226-4082 for reservations
and more information.


H V than a Ford or Chevrolet was a The Hardy brothers were 20
H A R D Y rarity. and 22 at the time.
Continuedfrom Page 5B I left Brooker in 1941 for
I didn't see Hardy ant'his military service and , lost
brother, Charles, much in the contact with friends in the area
;t;buy new cars at regular winter of 1940-41 because for several years. Thankfully, I
intervals, but new cars were they were engaged in driving a found many of them had
rare in this area. For a person semi, hauling fruit and moved to Starke when I
to buy a car more expensive vegetables to northern markets. returned in 1960.


BHS
Continued from Page 7B

ponents. She was also 3-for-5 in
tihe Tornadoes' 6-5, 10-inning
win over Naples Gulf Coast,
finishing the tournament with a
,.600 average.
- Bradford (10-6 prior to April
16) opened the tournament with a
'2-1 loss to Canterbury on April
I'. The Tornadoes had just two
'hits against Canterbury pitcher
Krissy Longstreet, while Brad-
ford pitcher Stefanie Jones held
the Crusaders to one earned run
On five hits. ,
The Tornadoes' hits occurred
in the first and third innings with
two outs each thne. Ashley
Johnson singled and stole sec-
Qnd in the first before Longstreet
recorded a strikeout to end the
inning. Strong singled and stole
,second in the third before an-
other Longstreet strikeout ended
dhe inning.
- Canterbury went up 1-0 in the
second. Lacy Andams, who sin-
gled, scored on a bunt y.Mtall
lorfy Posey. -
; In the bottom of the third, the
Crusaders scored an unearned
rubi when an error allowed
Sa/,vy Mitchell, who singled, to
scpre.
- Kayla Tucker scored Brad-
ford's lone run in the sixth. She
reached on a walk, stole second
and scored on an error.
. .Bradford actually had the ty-
ing run on in the seventh when
Macy Winkler was walked to
lead off the inning. Courtesy
runner Alexis Spriggle, though,
was picked off.
.The -Tornadoes' next outing
consisted of more offense as
Bradford had nine hits. A single
byTucker forced the game to go
into extra innings, while a dou-
ble by Jones scored the winning
run in a 6-5 win on April 2.
Tucker had only one hit for
the game, but it was huge. Brad-
ford was down to its last out in
the top of the sixth when Jones
singled. Strong was Walked be-
fore. Tucker singled to drive in a
run to tie the game at 5-all.
In the top of the 10', Brittney
Hall was awarded second base
as part of a tie breaker rule. She.
scored the winning run on
Jones' double.
''I


Jones finished the game 2-for-
3, while Strong was 3-for-5,
driving in two runs.
The Tornadoes trailed 1-0
heading into the second. With
two outs, Jacie Revels and Jones
were walked. A double by
Strong scored them both, while
Strong scored the third run of
the inning on an error.
Gulf Coast tied the game in
the third, but Bradford went up
by one in the fifth when a
ground out by Leanna Norman
scored Johnson, who reached on
a single.
The Sharks retook the lead in
the bottom of the inning, taking
advantage of two walks, a
passed ball and a double by
. Traci Wyss.
The lead did not last long
when Tucker's single tied the
score in the top of the sixth.
Jones pitched a complete
game for 'Bradford, giving up
three hits and three earned runs.
The Tornadoes had runners on
second with one out twice in
their game against Riverview,
but could not get the hits they
,ppgrisd~s Raums �ji ;(qgrnne,
"Jenkins allowed three hits and'
struck out 10 in Riverview's 2-0.
win on April 3.
Winkler singled to lead off
Bradford's half of the second.
She moved to second on a sacri-
fice bunt by Norman, but a
strikeout and a pop-up ended the
inning.
In the third, Jones was walked
with one out. She moved to sec-
ond on a single by Strong, but a
strikeout and a ground out ended
the inning.
Strong finished the game 2-
for-3 to leid Bradford.
Bradford committed three er-
rors. One allowed Riverview's
Melissa Phillips to score after
she reached on a walk. Another


allowed Gillian Rosenberger to
reach in the top of the seventh.
Rosenberger scored on a ground
out.
Spriggle entered the game as
pitcher in the fifth in relief of
Jones, pitching the Tornadoes
out of a jam. Riverview loaded
the bases on two walks and a
single, but two fly-outs ended
the inning, preventing the Rams
from scoring any runs.
Bradford played District 4-3A
south opponent Union County
this past Tuesday and will travel
to play district opponent Cres-
cent City Thursday, April 8, at
5:30 p.m. On Friday, April 9,
the Tornadoes host Williston at
6 p.m. Bradford then hosts P.K.
Yonge on Tuesday, April 13, it
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Altrusa of Starke gives Easter joy to 31 children
As part of an annualproject, the Altrusa Club of Starke packed Easter baskets for the Guardian ad Litem program.
Altrusa members pictured (1-r) are: Dana Murray, Cheryl Canova, Joan Rogers, Valerie Hoffler, JoAnn Rowe, Vir-
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Kathi Fellows and Beverly Hrdy.


GHOST
Continued from Pag

. Barnett has been -
since he was a child, w
first had his own para
encounters. The earliest e
ters he can remember o
when he was 8. He repot
strange things he saw
mother, who assured him
just his imagination. Hc
Barnett's brother, Danpi
he had seen the same thin
"It was scary, real
Barnett said. "I didn't go
for a couple of months
,because of that. Then, I
better face my fears."
| Barnett, who said he's
had an ability to pick up
ferent feelings he descri
"'weird and odd," would
ally join his, brother in
gating known -haunted
He still gets scared, as
when he was a child, bu
simply human nature,
said.
Many of us might not
to human nature the de
chase down something we
demonic and that terrific
Barnrett did during one e
ter he had as an adult. Ii
he said he saw a figure
that it stood out from the
darkness Barnett was in.
he saw a pair of blood-red
"I tried chasing it dow
could never find it,"
said. "I never s aw it'again
"After that, I decided
try and figure out what
what these things are.\i
when I started studying
bit of it."
Barnett wants to pass
his knowledge to others.
he is currently working


second book, which he said will scratched me pretty good on, the
be more in depth than his first. head, When I felt it, I was just
It has been neat to look back sitting there,,.t got cold. Then,.
on past experiences .during. the . my head started to burn like it
earning writing process, Barnett said, -.was on fire,"
vhen he though he admitted the encoun- parnett said not all spirits are
normal ter with the dark entity with red evil with a propensity to inflict
eicoun- eyes still gives him shivers. harm, on someone.
occurred, "Every time I think a6f-ut thaT. "It could be a (deceased) hu-
rted the it just creeps me out," Barnett man who just got stuck and
to his said. doesn't know where to go or
i it was As a ghost investigator who doesn't want to go," he said.
however, has seen and heard unexplained Still, he understands some
0l, said phenhomena, Barnett has had people are scared of spirits that
gs, too. numerous creepy experiences. A inhabit their homes, whether
scary," couple occurred at the Olustee they are harmful or not. That's
outside Battlefield. During one incident, why Barnett chose to become
at night Barnett listened to a recording ordained as .a minister. Such
decided that was made while on site, people are looking for peace,
where questions, were being which he feels he can now offer
always asked. One question asked out them.
on dif- , loud was, "What side are you Barnett, though, must confirm
ibed as fighting for?" Barnett did not the presence of such spirits first.
eventi-' hear an answer while he was at It is not enough to take someone
investi- the battlefield, but he later lis- at their word. He basically walks
locales. tened to the recording, hearing a into any investigation as a skep-
he did voice reply, "North." tic.
t. that's "It was the creepiest voice I "Before I ever say anything is
Barnett have ever heard, and it had a a possibility,.I have to see' it for
northern accent to it," Barnett myself," he said. "There area
ascribe said. .1lot of factors that cause para-
Psire to During another investigation normal activity."
e feel is of the battlefield, Barnett and Sometimes, faulty wiring or
s us as several investigators. felt ill the existence of bare wires can
Dncouh- when they occupied a certain cause people to believe in the
n 2002, location. " presence of paranormal activity;
so dark "It felt like there was some- Barnett said. The resulting elec-
e actual thing 'that was there that was tromagnetic fiekls, he said, can
He said causing it that did not want us to pause headaches, nausea and
d eyes, be there," Barnett said. hallucinations.
n, but I It was hot the only time Bat;. Barnett said homes with
Barnett nett has been in a situation "Basemaents-especially in the
. where he felt unwelcome. He northern states- that have such
I better and' his brother were inve~ljgat- faulty wirin gor bare wires can
this is, -ing a local house when he said create what are known as "fear
iThat's an unseen entity scratched the cages."
a little top of his head. . "When you go in, you're
"He was provoking it," Bar- pretty much in an electromag-
s along nett said of his brother. "It de- netic bubble," Barnett said.
In fact, cided, instead of messing with "You'll see apparitions. You'll
g gn .a him, it would mess with me. It hear things that aren't there."


When it comes to proving the
actual existence of spirits, Bar-
.pett, as an investigator, relies on
EVPs, or electronic voice phe-
nomena, and photographic evi-
dence. Of course, he also relies
on his own eyes.
"I've actually seen appari-
tions," he said. "That's kind of
the scariest of them all, when
you see it."
What Barnett would like to
see if he ever gets the chance are
a few places that are well known
in the world of ghosts, such as a
former sanitarium in Kentucky
and the Stanley Hotel in Estes
Park, Colo., where author Ste-
phen King stayed when he de-
veloped the idea for "The Shin-.
ing."
Barnett is willing to investi-
gate any home, though, or lend
his support to anyone who be-
lieves they may be dealing with
spirits in their homes. He en-
courages people to e-mail him at
josephbbarnett@yahoo.com or
call him at 904-964-4835.
"I'll be glad to take calls and
help whoever needs it," he said.
"I'm proud to do it, actually."
For more on Barnett's book,
please visit
www.publishamerica.com,
Amazon.com or any of the
bookstores mentioned previ-
ously. Barnett said his book may
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Union baseball

team defeated

by Fort White
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Thomas Cason hit his fourth
home run of the season, but it
wasn't enough for the Union
County baseball team, which
lost 9-3 to Fort White on April 5
in Fort White.
Fort White scored eight runs
on four hits in the first two in-
nings to build a big lead. The
Tigers (3-9 prior to April 6) had
opportunities to get back into the
game', loading the bases three
straight innings. However, they
scored no runs off of those op-
portunities.
Union head coach Brian Tom-
linson said his team's perform-
ance was the exact opposite of
that in a win over District 4-3A
south opponent Interlachen last
week. That game featured sue'
cessful bunts, steals and hit-and-
run plays.
"We could not do that at all
(against Fort White)," Tomlin-.
son said.
Cason finished with two hits,
including a solo homer in the
seventh. That was one of the few
bright spots, Tomlinson said,
along with the pitching of Colby
Andrews, who gave up one run
in four innings of relief.
Also, Mason Dukes drove in a
run, while Josh Griffis doubled.
Griffis was one of the big hit-
ters in the Tigers' 11-3 win over
Interlachen on April 1 in Inter-
lachen. He went 2-for-3 with a
double id a two-run home run,
driving in a total of three runs.
Stacy Lloyd, who was 2-for-3,
drove in four runs on two sin-
gles and a sacrifice fly, while
Seth Parrish and Austin Harden
were 3-for-4 and 2-for-4, respec-
tively.
In all, Union had 12 hits.


Cason (2-4) pitched a com-
plete game, giving up three h@t�
and striking out 10.
The win put the Tigers' dis-
trict record at 2-4 heading int.
this past Tuesday's game against
Bradford.
On Tuesday, April 13, Uniq6q
travels to play district opponent
Crescent City at 7 p.m.


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complain of discrimina-
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further information call
Florida Commission on
Human Relations, Lisa
Sutherland 850-488-7082.
ext #1005.


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42 Motor
Vehicles &
Acceisories
2000 FORD F-150, stick
shift, clean, cQld air, good
tires & sopindsystem.
Lots of life left, $5,500.
Can be financed. See at
Magnolia Hotel. Call 904-
364-9022.

45 Land for Sale
1.75 ACRES high and dry,
cleared, ready for home
or mobile home. Ask-
ing $19K. Call Marlena
Palmer at Smith & Smith
Realty, 904-422-0470.


SERV



R.E. Jones *Fill Dirt
S Owmer Umerock
Owner WashQut
*SIte Prop--
Licensed 'Fire Line
& Insured Plowing


1 ACRE HIGH & dry, oak
trees, ready for home
or mobile/home. Asking
$11,500. Call 904-631-
3594.
'CITY LOTON Eastwood Dr.
near Southside School,
100 foot road frontage.
$16,000 firm, call 904-
964-7365.

47 Commercial
Property
DOWNTOWN STARKE Pro-
fessional Offices for rent,
$315 per month. Confer-
ence room, kitchen, utili-
ties and more provided.
904-364-8395.
WAREHOUSE & OFFICE
SPACE. 3000 sq. ft.,'
$800/mth- 12 ft. overhead
door, 2 bays .available.
Smith & Smith Realty,
904-964-9222.
48 Homes for
Sale
HORSE FARM MELROSE
large stone home, re-
duced from $850K to
$199K, 21 acres only
$900 an acre. Call 352-
475-1599.
BROKER 3BR/2BA 1700
sq. ft. on 100' x 216' lot,
close to schools, located
at 18585 Charlotte Ave.,
call Chad Thomas at
352-226-3393.
CUSTOM HOME BUILD-
ERS. Call Stevenson.
Construction Co., Inc.
We design, build. Es-
tablished in 1976. Call
904-964-5086, or visit
Stevensonhomebuild-
ers.com. CGC003344,
CBC1253234.


2 STORY HOUSE, 2000
sq. ft. 4BR/2BA, new
metal roof, new electrical,
plumbing, A/C, flooring
& cabinets. 660-Epper-
son St., Starke, asking
$145,000. Call 352-745-
0039.,
NEW 3BR/2BA HOME un-
der-construction. Clay
County, paved road. Call
Terry Hall Homes, 352-
258-4187.
3.4 ACRES WITH 3BR/2BA
framed house, 3 decks,
remodeled, new metal
roof, 12 x 16 shed; with
addition. Creek on proper-
ty. Great deal at $59,900.
2 miles west of Starke call
386-337-1848.
49 Mobile
Homes for Sale
'4/2 ON 1 ACRE only $400 a
month, call Nathan Welsh,
386-623-7495 or e-mail
me at nathan.a.welsh@
gmail.com.
MANUFACTURED AND
MODULAR homes built
to last. Fair prices for
high quality workmanship.
Excellent service. Call
386-344-5024 or e-mail
Logermom@yahoo.com.
TOP QUALITY CON-
STRUCTION. Double-
wide plus guest house.
Security fenced. Seller
financing, contract in April
may bring big money from
Feds.. $44,400 Keystone
Heights. 352-473-8425.
SELLER FINANCING/ rent
to own like new 2BR/1BA,
big lot, trees, Keystone
Hts. 352-473-8425.
USED SKYLINE 14 x 80,
3BR/2BA, very clean,
delivery & set-up, A/C


included. Call 386-418-
0424. For fast sale, only
$13,995.
SUPER CLEAN, 14 X 70,
3BR/2BA, Fleetwood. De-
livery and set-up included.
Only $14,500. Call 386-
418-0424. Need to sell,
fast. :
13 STREET HOMES Sales
of Gainesville FL, has re-
opened. We haveall2010
Models that have. never
been seen. All new 2010
Decors. We guarantee
the lowest prices, best
service in FL. 6 miles S.
of 1-75 on 441, between
Alachua & Gainesville.
Call 386-418-0424.
2010 NEW 3+2 Double-
wide, del. &'set-up, only
$29,995. Only at the new
13th Street Home Sales
location. 6 miles S. of 1-75,
Alachua FL. Call 386-418-
0424.
BRAND NEW 3BR dou-
blewide home, price re-
duced for quick sale. Only
$29,231. Call Steve at
386-365-8549. Only one
at this price
BRAND NEW 16 X 80 3BR
home. Price reduced for
quick sale. Only $28,837.
Call Steve at 386-365-
8549. Only one at this
price!
5BR/3BA DOUBLEWIDE
land payments starting
at $499 per month. One
left, hurry. Call Mike at
386-623-4218.
REPO HOME CHEAP Dou-
bles and singles starting
at 5K, you move we fi-
nance, 1 year. Call Mike
at 386-623-4218.
$596.60 MONTHLY BEAU-
TIFUL, quiet, neighbor-
hood, 3BR/3BA, paved


P ^umpsU .QUALITY SERVICE SINCE 1964
SSales
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driveway, landscaping,
porch, & much more.
Gotta see, $4,500 down.
Call 386-365-4774.
$541.58 MONTHLY 5BR,
set-up, delivery, AC, skirt-
ing, steps, taxes, tag,
title, permits, well, septic,
closing, pole and more,
call 386-365-4.774.
3/2ON2ACRES,only$520
a month, call Nathan
Welsh for details, 386-
623-7495 or' e-mail me
nathan.a.welsh@gmall.
corn.
HELP FOR VICTIMS that.
lost their homes to the
storm. E mall greenmola-
dy@aol.com or Pat Riley
at 386-344-5024 days.
OPEN SUNDAY 1pm til
4pm, 1571 NE 161stAve.,
Starke. 5/3/3 with pool, on
1+ acre, updated, a must
see. Offered at $445,000.
Call 352-215-3198.
50 For Rent
OLDER HOME downtown
Starke, 2BR/2BA, com-
puter room, stove, refrig-
erator, CH/A& W/D hook-
0ps. $550 per month,
$800 security. First, last
& security. Lease & credit
check required. Call 904-
259-4126.
RENTAL SPACE LOCATED
ne)d to Starke Post Office.
Has potential to build out
for offices or retail. $550
per month. Call John at
904-964-6.n3;


FOR


MELROSE 4BR/1BA 20q@,
sq ft apt., in quiet corn-'
munity. Recently renis.,
vated, new hard wopf;
floors, Melrose area,
small fenced yard, $57t.
per month, $400 depoapif,
Call 352-475-6285.
3BR/2BA CH/A, Single wide
mobile home on 12-),,ji
close to all prisons. Family.
Atmosphere. Call 904-'
964-8025. -
HOMES located in Starke.
and Keystone Height'i'"
2BR/1BA in good neigh,.
borhoods. Extra clean,
all maintenance includ-'
ed, small pet considered.
Rents; $475 up to $6W.0;
per month, deposits
based on rental history'
and/or job references.,
Call 352-473-5214
WE HAVE 2 OR 3 bedroom'
MH, clean, dose to prison.
Call 352-468-1323.
SPECIAL 1 MONTH RENT
FREE! Nice, newly reno-
vated 2 & 3 BR mobile
homes in Starke/Lake
"Butler. Deposit required.
Call 678-438-6828 or
678-438-2865.
WHISPERING' OAKS
APARTMENTS "Spring
Special" 3BR/2BA only
$559 per month. Secu-
rity deposit $199 (with
average credit). Washer
& dryer hook-ups, pool,
computer room, fitness
center, walking distance
to school & pets welcome!
Call 904-368-0007.


SALE


Union County - Clean 3BR/2BA, doublewide on
large lot, lake views, trees, paved roads, nice
'neighborhood, well, septic tank, central AH,
county taxes only, new metal roof:
$69,000 Some financing available
Call Ray at 352-339-4132


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40 Notice 51 Loet/Found - 63 Love Lines
41 'Vehicles Accessories 52 Animals & Pets 64 Business Opportualty.
42 MotorY ehcles 53 Yard Sales 65 Help Wanted
43 RV's Campenrs 54 Keystone Yard Sales 66 Investment Opportunity,
44 Boats 55 Wanted , .67 Hunting La for Rent
45 Land forSale 56 Trade or Swap "8 RenttoOwn
46 Real Estate Out of Area 57 For Sale 69 Food Supplements
47 Commercial Property. - 58 Building Materials 70 Self Storage
Rent, Lease, Sale 59 Personal Services 72 Sporting Goods
;48 Homes for Sale 60 Secretarial Services 73 Farm Equipment
.49 Mobile Homes for Sale 61 .ripftures 74 Computers & Computer
50 For Rent .. 62. ,v tonflrve4 , Accessories
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Classified Ads


(9041 964-6305 14

(3521473-2210

(3861496-2261


2BR/1BA ON LAKE, with
three acres, central heat
& air, washer & dryer,
new carpet and paint,
ready now. Lawn service
included, $800 a month
plus deposit. 301-318-
7995.
3BR/2BA SW IN LAKE
BUTLER near RMC. No
smoking, service animals
only, $550 per month,
$250 security deposit.
References required. Call
386-496-2288.
3BR/2BA VERY NICE. Lo-
cated in Raiford on SR
121. Free garbage pick
,' up, water and lawn ser-
vice. $700 per month,
$ 350 security deposit.
Service animals only. Cail
386-431-1631.
3BR/1 FULL BATH. Located
in Raiford on SR 121.
Free garbage pick 'ip,
water and lawn services.
$600 per month, $250
. security deposit. Service
animals s only. Call 386-
431-1631.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 2BR/
1BA SW, CH/A, $475 per
month, plus a deposit.
Call 352-235-6319.
MELROSE 2BR/1BA MH
in quiet community, $395
per month with $300 se-
curity deposit. Call 352-
475-6285.
KEYSTONE 3BR/2BA, MH,
CH/A, W/D, very clean,
$650 per month, plus
deposit, service animals
only. Call 352-473-0464.
STARKE, APT, 2BR/1 BA sit
down kitchen/appliances,
living room, washer/dryer,
screened back porch, CH/
A, window coverings. Year
lease, $550 per month,
1st, last & security. Call
Dixon Rentals at 352-588-
0013 for application.
BR./2BA MH CH/A on 2
dcres, $450 per month,
plus deposit. Outside city
limits. Call 352-235-1506
..pr 904-364-6405 leave a
Tnessage.
4B1f/28A, LR, DR, den,
'1tont & back porch, two
Saraports. 7002 SE 219th
,terrace, Hawthorne FL,
12640. Rent $795, de-
�sit $700. Call 352-226-
R220 or 352-475-5533.
1 l/11BA OUTSIDE
'TARKE, city limits, $400
ier month, first.month 8t
deposit. Call 904-891-
6779.
BEAUTIFUL 1BR APT. Mel-
jose, quiet neighborhood.
1550 per month, includes
.Otilities, service animals
'.nly. No smoking. Call
, 52-475-3486.
20/1 TRAILER ON private
jbt, $400 per month rent
& $200 deposit. For more
:Oformatioh call 904-964-
865.


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SW IN COUNTRY 2 BR/18A
ideal for 1 or 2 people,
freshly painted, new car-
pet, wood deck, quiet
area, big yard SE 49th
Ave., Starke, $400 per
month plus deposit. Call
352-468-1093 or 904-
571-6561.

IN STARKE 2BR/1BA apart-
ment. Newly remodeled,
new appliances, w/w car-
pet, CH/A, very clean,
close to schools, service
animals only, references,
$400 per month, (1st,
last, security). Call 904-
966-1334.
THE PRICE IS RIGHT In
town two bedroom, two
b6th single wide, all ap-
pliances included, CH/A
Keystone Heights. $475;
per month rent $800. se-
curity-deposit. .Credit
Report Required. For
more details call 352-473-
1025

51 Lost and
Found
FOUND DOGi Female, long
legged, Corner of Austin
Rd. & CR 214. Found
Monday March 29th. Dog
is white and black.
REWARD: LOST BRACE-
LETI Bracelet was lost
Sunday March 28th at:
Dollar General, IHOP,
Walmart or NS Baptist
Church. 1/2 links of yellow
and white gold. Last gift
from my late husband, 'if
you know anything please
call me at 904-964-7173.

52 Animals and
Pets.
11 WEEK OLD CHIHUA-
HUA, male, 6 & 8 weeks
shots, health certificate
$175. Call 904-368-0784
or 352-278-2887.
FREE MIXED BREED pup-
pies 1 blonde female, 2.
black males, 6 weeks old,
call 904-782-3886.

53 A Starke Yard
Sales
HUGE YARD SALE Sat.,
April 10th. North Church
Street. Sam til ? Great
prices, everything must
got
YARD SALE SAT. April
10th, 7arn til 3pm. 418 S.
Thompson St., behind the
' car wash, lots of music.


i


HUGE SALE! Sat. 9am
til ? Call 904-368-0727.
301 North just past fair
grounds, Thompson's
Furniture. New and used
mattress & box spring
sets, new bed frames,
bed, living & dining room
suits, armoires, brand
new 1200 ct. sheet sets,
sewing machines, collect-
ibles, antiques, household
items, & more.
SAT. APRIL 10, 8am til ?
417 Edwards Rd., Starke
FL. Clothing, furniture, &
household items.
FRI. & SAT. BIG yard sale,
on 216th St. West. (Craw-
ford Rd.) From US 301 go
5.25 miles on 16 West,
turn right on 216th, follow
,.signs.
SPRING CLEANING SALE'
Sat. 8am til 2pm. All kinds
of stuff, sofa and love
seat, household items
and more. Check it out at
SE 21st Ave., also known
as Forsythe Rd.
FRI. ONLY 8AM TIL ? Fur-
niture, clothes and house-
hold items. Take Bessent
Rd. in front of Shands,
then the 3rd road to the
left, 3rd house on the
right, 368 E. Mimosa.
ESTATE SALE Sat. 4/10,
7am til ? Tools, furniture,
clothes, dishes & etc.
1846 SE CR 18, Ther-
essa.
NEW ARRIVAL of prom,
wedding, and dinner
dresses. Long length
gowns, several sizes &
colors. Janice's Thrift
Shop; 320 S. Walnut St.
in Starke. Call 904-368-
0300 or 904-364-3320.
6623 CR 18. 301 to CR 18.
left, 2nd home on left.
Sat. 4/10, 8am til ? Lots
of jewelry, Mt ayision, dish-
washer ar'nany more
items.
YARD SALE FRI. & SAT.
947 NE SR 1t 3 miles
East from 301 on Left.
Furniture, clothes, toys,
bunk bed set, table with
4 chairs, and a big mans
recliner.
LARGE YARD SALE Fri.
& Sat. 8am til 3pm. 9
miles from Starke Elem.
towards Raiford, left to
CR 235 look for signs.
Infant clothes 0-3yrs, girls
clothes 12-12, boys 14-
16, ladies 4-16, shoes,
roping saddle, tools, cool-
ers, oak entertainment


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,* Slag:Rock * Cruspr Run ,
* Crshcrete * Masonry Sand
* Millings * Gravels

Bradfeiil imerick
� l .eSince 1977 Owe
Allen E. Taylor, Owner H
904-509-09126 .. a."


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center, children's furni-
ture, microwave 800 watt,
kitchen wares, ceramics,
home interior, wall decor,
king comforter, curtain
set, linens, 21ft. Proline
boat, 225hp, large area
rug, 19in TV, bicycles.
Call Charlotte Durrance
at 904-966-1832.
53 B Keystone/
Melrose Yard
Sales
ESTATE SALE: Fri., & Sat.,
April 9th & 10th, 8am
til 5pm. Located at 132
Mason Rd., Melrose FL.
Take highway 26 east,
out of Melrose, go ap-
prox. 2 miles to Mason
Rd., turn right, follow
signs. Old Melrose Lake
Rosa Home, small in size,
large in quality, this sale is
95% quality antiques and
collectibles. Partial list:
Early 1900's ex. quality
Georgian library secre-
tary bookcase breakfront,
Victorian bed, cedar chest
(2), Tiger oak table, Tiger
oak server/buffet, oak
writing desk, many pcs. of
sterling silver, plate, child's
roll top desk with chair,
rare Victorian marble top
Stable with dog carved
in base, early Windsor
chair, early gaming table
w/claw feet, lamps, hand
carved mirrors, Nippon,
Noritake, Wedgwood,
Prag porcelain, early pro-
celian candelabras, urns,
& figurines, 100+ pcs. of
Franciscan ware, crystal
stemware,, lighters, inlaid
box W/4 crystal perfumes,
linens, purses, small brass
chandelier, cock fight litho
C1820, sewing material &
patterns, many old small


collectibles! Much more,
too much to mention all!
ESTATE SALE Sat. 4/10,
7am til ? Tools, furniture,
clothes, dishes & etc.
1846 S, CR-18, Ther-
essa.
55 Wanted
WANTED MANS BICYCLE.
Local teenager is looking.
to participate in a triatha-
Ion and needs a bicycle to
participate. Anyone willing
to donate a bicycle please
call 904-964-6387.

57 For Sale
BED - KING SIZE Pillow
top mattress and box
spring with manufactures
warranty. Brand new still
in plastic. Can deliver.
Sell for $200. Call 352-
372-7490.
BED-QUEEN orthopedic
Pillow top mattress and
box. Name brand, new in
plastic, with wa, anty. Can
deliver. Sacrifice $120.
Call 352-372-8588.
BEDROOM SET 7 piece
Beautiful cherry queen/
king bed, dresser, mirror,
2 night stands, chest avail-
able, dovetail construc-
tion. New still in boxes.
Retail $5,600, sacrifice for
j$950. 352-377-9846.
COUCH AND LOVE SEAT ,
- brand new micro fiber
suede set. Still in pack-
age with warranty. Stain
resistant, pet/kid friendly.
Retail, $1,500. Sacrifice,
$450.. Can deliver, 352-
317-4031.
HOOVERAROUND CHAIR,
used 2 times, like new,
fair price. Call anytime,
352-473-8082.
SEVERAL ITEMS 4 SALE:
Cross Bow- Exc. Condi-
tion, over 65 exercises,


LAWN SERVICE

PRESSURE WASHING

PAINTING/DECKS/REPAIRS
No Job Too Big or Too Small

Call 352-224-0605

Handyman Service





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Florida Back To Work Prograpi is seeking
.'qualified applicants to fill positions located in
Bradford County. Applicants must be receiving
or eligible to receive public assistance. To see if
you qualify for these positions please visit
www.floridaworksonline.com, click on job seeker,
completeEANF.eligibilityformns,,print and take
;o the TloridaWorks office, or visit the
FloridaWorks office at 819 South Walnut St.,
Starke.
904-964-8092


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2010 28x60 Live Oak,4 BD / 2 BA... . .$49,995
f 9' Ceilings, Thermo Cabs., Nice Moulding, Extra Insulation

2009 28x64 Live Oak 3 BO / 2 BA.. s52,220
Ceramic Backsplash, Stone Range Hood, Black Appliances

2010 28x60 MossyOak 3 BO / 2 BA. 53,880
9' ceilings, Ston Fireplace, Sliding Door, Deluxe Moulding

2009 28x72 Live Oak 4 BO / 2 BA $54,190
Sliding Door, Entertainment Center, Glamor Bath

2008 28x80 Southern Oak 4 BO / 2 BA........
Upgrade Carpet, Entertainment Center, Deg linmg

S2009 32x80 Live Oak 4 BD / 2 BA .......................... $69,995
. Fireplace,-Appliance Pkg., Stone Range Hood, Much More!


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352-378-2453 4431 NW 1 St..
ALL HOMES LISTED ARE SHOW MODELS. PRICE INCLUDES ALL FURRNJITURE ALREADY
IN SHOW UNIT. DELIVERY, SET UP, A/C, SKiRTiNG AND STEPS ARE INCLUDED


seldom used, excellent
condition. Solid Cherry
wood entertainment cen-
ter, quality made, originally
purchased from Badcock.
6ft. 3in tall by 3ft 6in wide,
beautiful piece with sliding
doors on front, will hold
a 36in TV. Has a bottom
double door with shelf.
Few minor scratches,
$300. .5 piece bedroom
set, queen size mattress
and box spring, head
board, foot board, chest
of drawers, night stand,
pine, dark finish, some
scratches, other wise
good condition. Mattress
seldom used, $350 for all,
OBO. Call 352-473-2565
or 352-359-0575.
59 Personal
Services
M & K LAWN SERVICE/LLC
Pressure washing, and
lawn maintenance ser-
vice. Call 904-813-9282.
CLARK FOUNDATION RE-
PAIRS, INC. - Correction
of termite & water-dam-
aged wood & sills. Level-
ing & raising Houses/
Bldgs. Pier Replacement
& alignment. We do all
types of tractor work,
excavation and small


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demolition jobs. Free Es-
timates: Danny (Buddy)
Clark, 904-284-8088 or
904-545-5241.
FLORIDA CREDIT UNION
has money to lend for MH
& land packages. 1-800-
284-1144.
JERRY'S HAULING - WE
BUY'JUNK CARS, with
or without titles! Will pick
up anywhere. Up to $150.
Call 904-219-9365 or 904-
782-9822.
GUNTER'S HANDYMAN
services. Minor home
repairs, painting, pres-
sure washing, roof & gut-
ter clean outs, debris &
trash removal and lawn
maintenance. Call 904-
964-8450.
DAVIS LOGGING We buy
Pine and Hardwood tim-
ber. We also clear land
and deliver fill dirt. Call
352-219-8288.
CHILDCARE IN MY LAKE
BUTLER HOME. All
hours, all.ages. CPR and
first aid certified. Call for
info, 386-496-1062.
BEGINNING SEWING class
101. Learn pattern read-
itg, garment construction,
seams, hems and much
more. Register now for
new Sat. class. Call 904-
964-3377. .


Keystone Hauling &

Handyman Service, LLC


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,* HemeRepair
* Pt e Washing
*OddJobs
*YandWork
*Gaden Roto-&fIgt
*Lkansed & Insurld


*BushHog Mowing
*lee'fTmmh&Raniol
*Site ean Up
* ash Remval
*Pine Bark&CypressMukh
*Frewood ForSale
*Fre mate


Owner: Kerry Whitford






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65 Help Wanted
PRESCHOOL TEACHER
openings in our 1 year
old class. Applicants with
40 hour child care train-
ing and 5 hour literacy
training preferred. High
school diploma orequiva-
lent, active member of
an evangelical believing
church body, which will be
verified, love of children
and willingness to serve
required. Call Linda at
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Recent arrests
in Bradford,
Clay or Union
The following., individuals
were arrested recently by local
law enforcement officers in
Bradford, Union or Clay
(Keystone Heights area)
counties:
a . ay Heacox, 49, of Keystone
Heights was arrested April 5
by Clay County Sheriffs
Office (CCSO) deputies on
warrants for two counts of
being a-fugitive from justice.
James Kemper, 24, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
April 4 by CCSO deputies for
DUI.
Manuel Jeffries, 49, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
April 3 by CCSO deputies ,for
driving while license is
suspended or revoked.

Jonathan Long, 21, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
April 3 by CCSO deputies for
driving while license . is
suspended or revoked.
James Stanek, 25, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
March 30 by CCSO deputies
for burglary to a structure. A
charge of violation of
probation was added on March
31.
John-' Bennett, 21, 'of
Keystone Heights was arrested
March 30 by CCSO deputies
on warrants for battery, assault
on a law enforcement officer
and three counts of resisting an
officer.
Tiesha Junaita Bellamy, 19,
of Starke was arrested March
30 by Starke. Police
Department (SPD) officers for
retail theft. Bond was set at
$500 and she was released on
bond March 30.
Jeremy Antonio Bias, 18, of
Hampton was arrested March
31 . by Bradford County
Sheriffs Office (BCSO)
deputies for battery. Bond was
'set at $1,000 and he was
released on bond. 0
Justin Lewis Britton, 26, of
Hawthorne was arrested April
3 and booked into the Bradford
County Jail on an out-of-
county warrant. Bond was set
at $15,003 and he was released
on bond April 3.
Samuel Isaiah Coblentz, 32,
of Starke was arrested March
30 by BCSO deputies for
driving while license is
suspended ori revoked. Bond
was set at $500 and he was
released on bond March 30.
James Alvin DeSue, 53, of
Lake Butler was arrested
March 31 by BCSO deputies
for failure to appear in court
for an original misdemeanor
offense. Bond was set at
$5,000 and he was released on
bond March 31.


officers for refusing to sign a
citation, interfering with a law
enforcement officer without
violence and criminal mischief
with property damage. Bond
was set at $6,000 and she was
released on bond March 30.
Richard Lee Gandy, 26, of
Starke was arrested March 30
by SPD officers for burglary,
trespassing in an occupied
structure, disorderly
intoxication - and criminal
mischief with property
damage. Bond was set at
$13,000 and he was released
on bond April 2.
Amber Irene Jenkins, 35, of
Lake City was arrested April 3
by Florida Highway Patrol
(FHP) troopers and booked
into the Bradford County Jail
for DUI. She was also charged
in relation to an out-of-county
warrant. Bond was set at
$15,503 and she was released
onrbond April 3.
Bernardo Mancio Jimenez,
32, of' Savannah, Ga., was
arrested March 31 by Lawtey
Police Department (LPD)
officers for operating a motor
vehicle without a valid driver's
license. Bond was set at -
$1,000 and he remained in jail
as of press time.
Roderick Sentell Johnson,'
28, of Orange Park was
arrested March 31 by BCSO
deputies for failure to pay
court-brdered -support. Bond.
was set at $3,000 and he
remained in jail as of press
time.
Susan Renea Lawton, 49, of
East Palatka was arrested April
5 and booked into the Bradford
County Jail on a charge of
failure to appear in court. Bond
was set at $5,000 and she
remained in jail as of press
time..
Wallace Lee, 59, of Starke
was arrested April 1 by SPD
officers for possession of


by BCSO deputies for failure
to appear in court for an
original misdemeanor charge.
Bond was set at $4,000 and he
remained in jail as of press-
time.
Rhonda Kay Nettles, 39, of
Lawtey .was arrested March 29
by BCSO deputies for larceny
and fraud. She.was.released on
March 30.
Alphonso Leon Pernell, 30,
of Starke was arrested April 2.
by SPD officers for aggravated
battery. Bond was set at
$5,000 and he was released on
bond April 2.
Chad Alex Prevatt, 45, of
Hampton was arrested April 1
by BCSO deputies for driving
while license is' suspended or,
revoked-habitual. Bond was;
set at $2,500 and he was
released on bond April 2.
Angela Darlene Reynolds,
34, of Keystone Heights was
arrested April 3 and .booked
into the Bradford County Jail
on. an out-of-county -warrant.
Bond was set at $329 and she
remained in jail as of press
time.
Bobby Joe Robinson, 35, oqf
Lake Butler was arrested
March .31 by BCSO deputies
for failure to appear in court
for an original misdemeanor
charge. Bond was set af$5,000
arid he remained in jail as of
press time.
Carl Ashley, Rowe, 28,, of
Hampton- was arrested March-
31 by Hampton Police
Department (HPD) officers for
driving while license i�
suspended or revoked. Bond
was set at $500 and he was
released on bond March 31.
, Tyrail Jerod4 Slocum, 19, of.
Gainesville was arrested April
3 by SPD officers for resisting
an officer without violence.
Bond was set at $1,000 and he
was released on bond April 3.


Garry Seay on two warrants
for violation of 'probation for
original felony charges. She
was released on her own
Tecpgnizance. :
Slaie Allen Lugenbeel,-35,-:
of Lake Butler was arrested
April 'by UCSO Deputy James
York on five warrants from'
Union, Bradford and Levy
counties. Charges included
violation of probation for an
original -felony charge, fraud-
insufficient funds check,
driving while license is
suspended 'or revoked and
contempt of court-failure to
pay child support, He was
being held on no bond for the
violation and fraud charges.
Total bond -on the other
charges was set at $22.470'::
Sidney- Marc Crows*y, 29,.
of High Springs and Angela
, Rosteda Velazquez, 21, were
both arrested April I by UCSO
Deputies' John Gootee and.
:Charles Townsend.
following a traffic stop,.
Crowsey was arrested for
knowingly driving, while
license -'is suspended or
revoked. Velazquez, a'
passenger in the vehicle, was
arrested for possession of a
controlled substance without a'
prescription. 'According to
Deputy Gootee, she was found


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Sheriff's Office in' relation
(o the following charges. Any- ;
one with information about
the whereabouts of this peroQn
should call 904-966-6380.


in possession of Xanax.
Joseph Dewayne Thomas,
39, of Lake Butler was arrested
April 1 by UCSO Deputy York
on warrant for failure to
appear in court for an original
misdemeanor charge. He was
released on his own
recognizance.
Willie Robinson, 37, of
Lake Butler was arrested April
1 -by UCSO Capt. H.M.
Tomlinson on a warrant for
violation of probation for an
original felony charge. He was
being held on no bond.
Jerry Lee Coontz, 45, of
Lake Butler was arrested
March 31 by UCSO Deputy
Gootee for knowingly driving
while license is' suspended or
revoked.
.* ccil David Spay, '39, of
-L4ake Butler was arrested
� March 30 by UCSO Deputy
Carli Hanlon for violation of a
conditional release agreement.
He allegedly contacted' "the
victim after being ordered riot,
to in the agreement.
Joseph Richard Morton, 29,
of ,;ake Butler was arrested
April 6 by UCSO Deputy
Gooee on .,a warrant for
cruelty to children. Bond wasi
set at $2,500.'


Lei RESTEDON~l


cocaine with intent to sell and Joshua Alex Sumner, 24, of
resisting an officer without Starke was arrested March 30
violence. Bond was set at on an out-of-county warrant.
$51,000 and he remained in and was booked into the
jail as of press time. .Bradford County Jail. He was
-edIel Guzmely artin, 40;--eleased-ApL-L.-
of Hialeah was arrested April 1 Vincent Eli Thomas, 44, of
by SPD officers for larceny- Starke was arrested March 29
driving off without paying for by SPD officers for refusing to-
gasoline. Bond was set at sign 'a citation and for DUI.
$1,000 and he rerimained in jail Bond was set at $5,000 and he
as of press time. was released on bond March,'


Eugene Calvin, McClain, 60,
of Green Cove Springs was
arrested March 31 and booked
into the Bradford County Jail
for violation of probation for
an original felony charge. He
was being held on no bond and
remained in jail as of, press
time.

Brian Reshard McCloud, 26,
of Starke was arrested April 1
by BCSO deputies for failure
to appear in court for an
original misdemeanor charge.
Bond was set at $1,000 and he
was released on bond April 3,


30.
Domingo Torres, 56, of
Starke was arrested April 1 by
BCSO deputies for battery.
Bond was set at $2,000 and he
remained in jail as of press
. time.
Jasper James White, 42, of
Lake Butler was arrested April
I and booked into the Bradford
County Jail on an out-of-
county warrant. Bond was set
at $2,500 and he was released
on bond April 1.
Donita Lynn Driggers, 54,
of .ake RButler was arrested


Arneth R. Dix, 45, of Starke Charles Gregory Morris, 21, March 30 by Union County
was arrested March 29 by SPD . of Starke was arrested April 1 Sheriff's Office (UCSO) Maj.


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128 Telegraph, Times & Monitor B Section * Thursday, April 8, 2010


UCHS junior var-
sity baseball
player has game
to remember -
BYCLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor


Union County High School
freshman Dylan Allen certainly
made the most of his at-bats in
an April 1 game against Inter-
lachen, going 4-for-4 and hitting
three home runs to help his team
win 16-2.
Allen, who plays at third base
defensively, drove in eight runs,
half of which occurred on a
grand slam.
The home runs occurred in
Allen's first three at-bats. Var-
sity head coach Brian Tomlin-
son said when Allen stepped to
the plate for the fourth time that
night, all the varsity players,
who were preparing to play after
the junior varsity game, stopped
hitting in the cages to watch. It
wasn't another home run, but
with two strikes on him, Allen
hit the ball up the middle for a
base hit.
"To me, that was more im-
pressive than the three home
'runs," Tomlinson said of the
clutch, two-out hit.
The junior varsity season is
almost over, but Allen's season
will continue.
"He'll definitely move up (to
varsity)," Tomlinson said.

Lake Butler
teams each take
third at St. Pat's
Invitational
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
-Regional News/Sports Editor


;Anthony Hendrieth . and
Quinnton Leven combined for
seven top-three finishes, with
Levin winning three events for
theLake Butler Middle School
boys' track and field team at the
St. Patrick's Day Invitational,
hosted by Oak- Leaf -Jr-High-
School. on March 23 at Bishop
Snyder High School in Jackson-
ville.
The Tigers placed third in the
team standings with 75 points,
finishing behind Oak LAaf (186
points) and Wilkinson (99).
Fabiana Lee, who finished as
runner-up in one event and fifth
in two others, helped the Lake
Butler girls' team finish third
also. Oak Leaf and Wilkinson
were the top two girls' teams
with 157 and 112 points, respec-
tively.
Leven shined for 'the boys'
team in the sprints, winning the
100m, 200m and 400m with
times of 11.74, 24.45 and 57.38
seconds.
-Hendrieth won the long jump
with a distance of 18'2.5", while
finishing second and third in.the
100m and 200m, respectively,
with times of 11.76 and 24.81.
Hendrieth and Leven teamed
up, with Prince Alexander and
Derrien Robinson in the 4xl00m
relay, taking second with a time
of 49.33. Leven also earned a
third-place finish in the long
jump (18').
_Robinson earned points for
the Tigers also with a fifth-place
finish in the 100m (12.74).
Lee was runner-up in the
girls' 200m with a time of
28.88. The 4xl00m relay team
of Lee, Keambre Cobb, Denisha
Holton-and Quatesha Watkins'
took third with a time of 55.56.
Le'kia Carter placed fourth in
the shot put (29'5"), while Lee
earned fifth-place finishes in the
100m (13.61) and long, jump
(1 3'9.25")'.
Two other girls' team mem-
bers earned a pair of fifth-place
finishes as well: Zorria Corbitt
and Nancy Slocum. Corbitt's
fifth-place finishes occurred in
the-shotrput'(27'8") and discus
(66'6"), while Slocum's came in
the 400m (1:07.11)and 100m _-
hurdles (19.70).
Slociiirnplaced sixth in the
200m (29.94), while Tameka
Holtos was sixth in the long
jump (13'7.25").
Cobb, Denisha Holton and


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Omega Hill earned the rest of
the'Tigers' points. Cobb was
seventh in the 400m (1:08.69),
while Holton and Hill were each
eighth in the 100m and 100m
hurdles, respectively, with times
of 14.50 and 21.07.
Other LBMS girls' results
were: long jump-Hill 11'6.25";
shot put-Janisha Jones 25'9.5";
discus-Jones 53'6", Carter
39'5".
On the boys' side, Angel Cruz
also competed for Lake Butler in
the 1600m (6:21.83), while Zach
Green competed in the shot put
(28'2") and discus (54'5").


I have not failed I'vejust
found 10,000 ways that
won't work.
-Thomas A. Edison


BMS teams earn
6 first-, second--
place finishes at
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Bradford Middle School's-
Tiana Sheffield won two events
for the girls' team, while the
boys' team had four runner-up
finishes in the St. Patrick's Day
Invitational, which was hosted
by Oak Leaf Jr. High School on
March 23 at Bishop Snyder
High School in Jacksonville.
The Hurricanes finished fifth
in the girls' team standings with
46 points, while the boys were
fourth with 56 points. Oak Leaf
and Wilkinson placed first and
second, respectively, in both the
boys' and girls' team standings.


S Sheffield took first in the
100m hurdles with a time of
15.84 seconds, while also win-
ning the high jump by clearing
4'6". She was also a member .of
the 4x400m relay team, which
placed third with- a time of
4:54.19. The rest of the team
-was composed of Deanna Jor-
dan, Autumn Rodgers and Jaci
Atkinson.
Jordan and Rodgers teamed
up with Karen Clark and
Amanda Hall to earn a third-
place finish in the 4x800m relay
with a time of 11:49.27.
As individuals, Rodgers and
Hall placed fifth and seventh in
the 1600m, respectively, with
times of 6:16.90 and 6:31.82.
Hall also placed sixth in the
800m with a time of 2:55.85.
Atkinson took a sixth-place
finish in the 400m (1:07.19),


while Jordan was seventh in the
800m (2:57.46).
. Two-of the boys' team sec-
ond-place finishes occurred in
the relays. The 4x400m team of
Da'Quan Blount, Rokeem Bos-
well, Ricky Hill and Isaac Smith
had a time of 4:21.90, while the
4x800m -team of Boswell,
Da'Quan Pace, Wyatt Griner
and Zach Davis had a time of
11:18.66.
Blount earned a second-place
finish individually in the 400m
with a time of 57.47, while
Quantavian Reed was second in
the 100m hurdles with a time of
16.14.
A pair of third-place finishes
were earned by Josh Scott in the
shot put (32'11") and Markael
Parks in the discus (99'10").
Parks competed in the shot put
as well, finishing fourth with a


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distance of 32'9".
Hill took fifth in the 400m
(1:02.56), while Reed was sev-
enfh in the 100m (13.27). Smith
finished eighth in the 400m
(1:04.27).
Other BMS boys', 'results
were: 800m-Marcus Thomp-
son 2:50.44:, Davis 2:54.16,
Boswell 2:59.97; 1600m-
Griner 5:52.27, Thompson
6:02.65, Davis 6:04.03, Boswell
6:38.15; 4xl00m (Dustin Orton,
Parks, Clayton Woods, Ben
Hankerson) 1:06 70.
Bradford also recorded the
following results on the girls'
side: 100m-Victoria Hill
15.69; 400m-Sydney Suckey
1:23.84; 800m-Clark 2:59.02,
Priscilla Waters 3:16.08;
1600m-Waters 7:01.19; shot
put-Brittany Leggett 17'11.5";
discus- Leggett 43'9".




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