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Bradford County telegraph

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

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Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke

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Abstract:
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.
Additional Physical Form:
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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The Sweetest Strawberries 'This Side Of leaven


USPS 062-700 - Two Sections - Starke, Florida-


Thursday, April 22, 2010


130th Year - 39th Issue - 75 CENTS


festival frozen food ie


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This year's Strawberry Festival in downtown
Starke was blessed with big crowds anM
beautiful weather, and what better way to-enjoy
a sunny Saturday afternoon than with a frozen
treat? Friends Ayla Kee, Travis Kee, Gennasee
Richardson, Gage Richardson and Ashley Kee
are pictured above digging into Ice cream and
Italian ice in the shade of a giant berry.

And speaking of berries little-Peyton was-one
festival guests who couldn't get enough of the ripe,
red goodness,


Heroes applauded for saving man's life


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor

-Lasi Thursday's county commission
began by recognizing the work of-the
county's volunteer firefighters and its
professional emergency medical staff
for their life-saving work and dedica-
tion.
"It's truly a blessing for us to be
able to have as dedicated volunteers as:
we do,"' said Brian Johns, the county
emergency management director who


also helps oversee fire department op-
erations. He recalled their post-disaster
response following January's tornado,
calling it tremendous. They worked all
night following the storm, he said, and
followed up for several days after that.
Some are still involved in cleanup.
Chief Terry McCarthy of the Heil-
bron Springs Volunteer Fire Depart-.
ment spoke of the combined efforts of
firefighters and paramedics who were
able to save the life of Chester Minnes
last year.


When responders were called to his
residence in August, they found him ly-
ing on the ground without a pulse and
not breathing. Heilbron Springs fire-
fighters were first on scene, McCarthy
said, and they administered seven de-
fibrillator shocks. Paramedics then ar-
rived to administer the necessary drugs,
and they shocked Minnes three more
times, saving his life.*

I See HEROES page 8A


Pictured are Alan Hunsinger, Tommy LaFollette, Stacy Lockhart, Sherry VanBebber, Adam Hudson and
Lloyd Hamilton with Chester Minnes.


School absences lead


to mother's arrest


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor

On April 14,
Sthe Bradford
County Sher-
iff's Office an-
nounced the ar-
rest of a mother
who failed to
make sure her
12-year-old at-
tended school.
Brenda. L.
Jenkins, 39,
of Stake, was Jenkins
charged with
contributing to
the delinquency of a minor. Sheriff's
Capt. Brad Smith said it is the first tru-
ancy-related arrest to take place in the
county in nearly 20 years.
At the time of his mother's arrest, the
12-year-old had missed 119 out of 140
school days this year alone.
According to the Florida Depart-
ment of Education, Florida law defines
"habitual truant" as a student who has
15 or more unexcused absences within
90 calendar days with or without the
knowledge or consent of the student's
parent or guardian, and %"ho is subject
to compulsory school attendance.
School attendance is compulsory be-
tween 6 and 16 years of age.
Before the arrest of a parent is made
in such a case, a number of steps are
taken to try to resolve the problem. In
Jenkins' case, that included a hearing


before Judge Phyllis Rosier last June
during which she and her children were
warned about what would happen if
they did not begin regularly attending
school.
A school administrator, Jason Jen-
nings, testified one son had missed 148
days of school, while a younger boy
had missed 134 days. The school had
exhausted every option in trying to get
the boys in class, he said, even making
' a special effort to pick the boys up and
take them to school.
The family was told Jenkins could
go to jail for failing to comply with the
law, and the boys could be removed to
foster care or, ultimately, a detention
facility.
Last Wednesday, Deputy Bear Bry-
an, who works with the school on these
and other issues, presented the evidence
against Jenkins to the state attorney's
office, which advised him to proceed
with an arrest if the 12-year-old was not
in class that day. Bryan checked with
the school, then proceeded to Jenkins
residence where she was taken into cus-
tody without incident.
Jenkins was released without bond
on the condition that she guaranteed her
son would attend school.
"Education is the best crime preven-
tion," said Sheriff Gordon Smith. "The
Bradford County Sheriff's Office will
continue to work closely with the Brad-
ford County School-Board to ensure our
kids are being given every opportunity
to succeed in life."


Six people were arrested April 17.
when a disagreement escalated into an
altercation at the Spring Fling commu-
nity event in.the Reno area of Starke.
Officers from the Starke Police De-
partment responded to reports of an al-
tercation and arrested the five men and
one woman.
William Aldridge, 30, Sim, Oliver
Crum, 33, Simon Lenard Mitchell,
41, and Ellorandzro Powell, 29, all of
Starke, were charged with disturbing
the peace. Bond for each man was set at
$1,000 and each man was released on


BY DAN HILDEBRAN
Telegraph Staff Writer

Employees of the Bradford School
District, last week, ratified a labor
agreement that ended an ongoing dis-
pute with the school board.
The deal codifies a proposal made by
school officials last fall, when they of-
fered district employees a bonus instead
of a previously agreed-to raise and a
step up the district's salary scale.
However, the new agreement, signed
by Superintendent Beth Moore and
Bradford Education Association Presi-,
dent Judy Dukes in late March, and bro-
kered by a mediator, contains several
upgrades for school workers compared
to the district's fall proposal.
First, the bonus amounts are between
50 percent and 67 percent more, $750
for teachers and $500 for non-instruc-
tional personnel, instead of the $500
and $300 offer made in 2009.
Second, the district's 2009 offer was
conditional, to be paid only .if funds
were available. The new deal guaran-
ties an April 30 and a Dec. 15 bonus.
Third, the agreement leaves open
the possibility of additional contract
changes if the district's state funding
increases.


bond April 18.
George Lekreshian Bennett, 19, of
Starke was charged with disorderly
conduct, resisting an officer without
violence and trafficking in cocaine. To-
tal bond was set at $52,000 and he was
released on bond April 18.
Shaqueta Antoinette Searcy, 18, of
Green Cove Springs was charged with
battery on a law enforcement officer,
resisting an officer with violence and
disturbing the peace. Total bond was
set at $11,000 and she remained in jail
as of press time.


The accord also contains terms that
gives current district, employees ad-
vanced notice on new job openings and
on outsourcing deals that might displace
district employees. And it provides for
support personnel staff development
and protective equipment for bus driv-
ers while refueling.
Finally, the mediation pact allows
district employees to attend school ath-
letic events free of charge.
The BEA and school board, at, the
end of the 2007 school year, agreed to a
5 percent raise for the following school
term, but district administrators refused
to implement the raise, citing an unex-
pected downturn in revenues.
Moore said the 2007 agreement was
contingent on state funding, and when
that funding collapsed, the district was
no longer bound. by the contract.
Florida law allows school boards and
their employees to modify an existing
agreement, in the event of a financial
emergency, but BEA officials said
Moore couldn't unilaterally declare an
emergency, and demanded the district
fulfill its contractual commitments.
Last fall, district officials offered
school employees a bonus instead of

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2A Bradford County Telegraph * Tuesday, April 22, 2010


rth- M Sheriff debut's new Web site, wrap!


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Adult library Telegraph Editor
programs Sheriff Gordon Smith detailed
the accomplishments of the sher-
annoUnCed iff's office employees in a spe- "
Adult programs at the Brad- cial yearend presentation to the
ford County Public Library for county commission last week. Home Our Staff About
the month of April include bingo The presentation, much of
oo.-Monday, April 26, from 10 which focused on the prior year, LA.T
a.mn. to noon, and book club on was delayed a few months While
April 26 from 6 - 7:30 p.m. Smith attended the National FBI W uin.disn
zFor more information on these Academy Program in Virginia. . nfota |
anid other library programs, One of the highlights was the ,y sE sfrImrovin
please call 904-368-3911. overview Smith gave of his of-
r__ _ fice's Web site, www.bradford- BHIr, l
sheriff.org, which relaunched a-x ,'.-ar Sr
M i last week with new features. aonBo -,
Meditation . The site is informative, pro- . - '*
viding press releases, safety and mo, -.-
claS offered crime prevention tips, details on 1 -- --1 -
A free medication and adviata wanted criminals and cold cases,
class based on the book "The and links to information from
Power of Now" by Eckhart Tolle outside agencies. It is also service
will be offered beginning Satur- oriented, providing a simple way BJB-r
day, May 1, at 11 a.m. in Mel- to make public records requests, IO *c- w--
r6se. Bring your own cushion file a complaint \or commend an R--* a -
and notebook. Please call 352- employee. 1 [,*-
475-1599 for directions. Visitors can learn more about J. ,id ,An- r
.... cthe organization, operations and . --.. . '.
, . * administration of the sheriff's Ro. ,,
office, viewing information on to ne
lNational Day of everything from animal control --L 'to
Rrayer is May 6 to victim advocacy. Also, for vlo5 ' :5c PROA'.
the first time ever, the public can fPROAC
Ahe National Day of Prayer tap into the agency's records on-
wi(i be May 6, and there will line to search inmate population
be a prayer rally at the Bradford at the jail, research outstanding -
County Courthouse beginning at warrants and even monitor dis- - .. ....-
1 t?30 a.m. patch.
.Everyone is invited to attend If -you hear sirens and won- tial hire (or as Smith suggested a
topray for the government, me- der where responders are head- father looking up information on
.dia, school system, church -aid ing, log onto the sheriff's Web your daughter's new boyfriend),
family. Bradford County Corm- site and follow the link to view you can use the site to search
mnssioners have signed a petition or search dispatched calls, then for individuals with outstanding
calling the people of Bradford to click on CAD (computer aided warrants, and there are links- to
come together and pray. dispatch) at the top of the page. state and national sex offender
The theme for this year's Na- You can see where officers, fire- databases as well as the state
tional Day of Prayer is "Prayer fighters or paramedics have been prison system.
For Such a Time as 'This." The dispatched, along with a brief de- Smith said when he was elect-
Bible verse is Nahum 1:7 - "The scription.of the reason. It's even ed he made an oath the sheriff's
Lord is good, a refuge in times of possible to research calls for the office would be as accessible as
trouble. He cares for those who last 30 days. possible, and the revamped Web
trust in Him." On the jail list, you can see site is a demonstration of that ef-
Attendees will meet in the who has been recently arrested, fort. Some of the additional, ca-
courtyard in front of the court- complete with a photograph, abilities of the new BCSO Web
house and may want to bring a a description of the charges) site were made possible by soft-
lawn chair. against them and whether or not ware purchased to enhance com-
__ __ they have been released from munication between the county's
custody. law enforcement and emergency
If you're an employer looking response agencies.
Class of 1970 into the background of a poten- The sheriff's office is also
having meetir . ,..'1-----"
The Bradford High School, *. ,;r- .... -
Class of 1970 will meet to dis- B aegin . 6'r*f.0 * t' ',
cuss its 40-year class reunion on ' ....
Thursday, May 6, at 6 p.m. at End oa;e. , .
Hampton Lake Bed and Break- -- ---. .Ie.. '
fast. Alumni are encouraged to fZZZ ..... ..Z *0. (......
attend. Locauon(street e..c c
Contact Elaine Akdridge C it" o""'
Crawford 904-964-6830 or Cin- "o.-.--- -.. �,,r,.
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Concert for u a
Cassels May 15 cc'.2 ; l".�.", 5 | C'.SC1S"" s | q7'x
A concert in memory of DIan - 54,s125 5,f0: so-i s.Dam A snrzs.e SCST ScE BRW
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High School auditorium.
7The event will honor the late At top, a view of the front page of the sheriff's revamped
IDan Cassels and his family. The Web site, www.bradfordsheriff.org. Almost every item is
concert band will be comprised a clickable portal to more information.
of former students, colleagues
al other musicians who loved Above, a view of the CAD, or computer aided dispatch,
ai respected him. Buddy Ball page, which allows the public to keep up with emergency
Wdl conduct some of Cassels' calls around the county.
favorite band pieces and other-
tunes that will pay tribute to a
great teacher, leader and friend.
tThe event is free and open to Paul Sanders,1 P.A A

= c -Attorney at. Law .

RJE ClasS of '69 .* Real Estate -_
E Clas of ' * Contracts, Evictions
get-together . y-and Foreclosure
The RJE Class of 1969 will getWills & Estate Prlobnia
together at Western Steer Steak- . Corporate Formation
house on May 22 at 1 p.m. Come and Business Law
join the fun. *' Divorce, Custody &
-For more information, contact *e Adoption
Shirley Brathewaite at 904-964- ,. * General Litigation
7593 or Mazella D. Smith at 772- * P ersonalIju
460-2200, ext. 103. 904-964-5701
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Subscrption Rate in Trade Area
S$39.00 per year: Editor: Mark J. Crawford
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$19.50 six months Advertising: Kevin Miller
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reaching out by establishing a
presence and disseminating in-
formation through the social
networking Web site Facebook.
Those with Facebook accounts
can search for the Bradford
County Sheriff's Office page
and click one button to become a
."fan," then they will receive reg-
.ular updates via their news feed.
The animal shelter. has a Face-
book page as well that staff is us-
ing to promote animal adoption.
The second part of Smith's
presentation focused on the ac-
complishments of the sheriff's
office last year. He said person-
nel worked together to achieve
these successes and their efforts
are being acknowledged.
During the first year, com-
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What do we offer?
* A valuable education for
FREE
* State, certified, highly
qualified teachers
* Academic rigor to meet
students' needs
* Electives such as Music, Art,
Band, Chorus, Culinary Arts,


THE BRADFORD COUNTY

SCHOOL DISTRICT IS WORKING


Dr. Beth Moore Ag, Health and Computers
* Extracurricular activities such as Sports,
Clubs, and Student Government
* Santa Fe College credits and high school
credits earned simultaneously





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currency.
Dispatched logged more than
60,000 calls, 24,000-plus for the
' sheriff's office alone. This is ac-
&r itually a deceptively low number
that represents the number of in-
cidents, but there are often mul-
timedia FAQ's Links tiple calls coming in for a single
crash, disturbance, electric out-
age, etc. There were 312 arrests
Search on patrol, nearly 1,500 traffic
sr. s r-- .. .. -, citations written, and more than
B.le .'r.c. ANTaD 130 investigations undertaken.
C , . ' tce .u ' ..... Court statistics include nearly
e.': c B radford 22,700 miles traveled transport-
~,~r C, Counti's ing inmates in 2009 and more
,,:c-te3 c3Cui Most . than 2,800 hours spent in the
r,-ie. L airC Wanted . courtroom. The sheriff's of-
.nle.. ill. L fice monitored security at the
t ie .... courthouse where nearly 64,000
- / people walked through the front
S. door. They also served thousands
of criminal and civil warrants.
At the jail, 10,601 inmates
were processed throughout the
year. The average daily popu-
,. -:. . : lation was 116 males and 17
,-' """-- females, with the average time
spent in jail being 100 days.
A plan was instituted whereby
ra cr .,ie, tasks . inmates help pay their own way,
st 51 . ..hiq rees ., and several correctional officers
rt cl SERVE . have completed dual certifica-
V'i: tion to help take the responsi-
bility of booking inmates off of
deputies, who are needed back'
in the community. New software
-: I i made communication between
the sheriffs office and jail more
efficient, and that information is
dinate agency priorities. There also available to dispatch and of-
were also town halls and com- ficersin the field.
munity meetings to discuss these The first appreciation dinner'
priorities, address concerns and was held for volunteers who help
.work on goals like creating golf out in the front office, jail, ani-
cart communities at the country, mni shelter and with the mount-
clubs. ed posse. The office also raised
All law enforcement officers awareness and money for victims
in the county., have been depu- of crime in addition to providing
tized and have been working to- individualized assistance.
gether regardless of agency. The Officers have been onithe road
office also continues its working for traffic enforcement waves and'
relationship with neighboring checkpoints, and they've been inI
counties. schools teaching teens about the
The sheriff's office received dangers of driving recklessly and:
more than $400,000 in grant under the influence.
funding and dispersed some of . The agency also created an -
that money to assist other agen- honor guard to serve at events,
cies. It has also been working and its mounted posse was reor-
with other agencies to crack ganized, 'with members volun-
down on drug-related crimes, steering to assist with searches for
making 60 drugarrests,,j:.,3Qp,.missing personsain.other coun-'
percent,, increase) and seizing ties. - > -' ' '
more than 60 marijuana plants, Smith gave the credit for these
more than 1,600 grams of pot, and other accomplishments to his
more than 450 grams of cocaine, employees who understand their
more than 2,000 pills, two ve- duty is to serve the community in
hicles and more than $30,000 in a proactive way.


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Florida Back-To Work Program 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.floridaworksoolinte.com,
click on job seeker, complete TANF eligibility forms, print and take
to the Florida Works office, or visit the FloridaWorks office at 819 .
South Walnut St., Starke.
904-964-8092







Tuesday, April 22, 2010 * Bradford County Telegraph 3A


Aubrey O'Connell had her face painted and followed that
with an ice-cold treat.


Festival mascot Berry and Strawberry Queen Samantha
Balkom teamed up to welcome visitors to downtown
Starke.


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Train engineer Richard
Cates carries a special (*
passenger in the
locomotive.
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Patrons made off with armfuls of sweet, succu-
lent Strawberries. Pictured here are Danny Griffis
and Jane Honn bagging berries for customers.
At right, vendor Bill Donahue appeared busying
selling a variety of faith-inspired T-shirts.
Below, Patricia.Jordan jumped behind the Straw-
berry cutout to get her picture taken.


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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-
ford County School Board office
and Cheryl Canova at Santa Fe
College.
The deadline for completed
"-7ications 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.


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Strawberry
shortcake is a
festival favorite
and Alexis
Spriggle, Tyler
Yowell and Ashley
Johnson made
, sure patrons
--"' knew where to get
their bowlful.


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John and Corrine Bodin
have been vendors at the
Strawberry Festival for
several years. They bring
their beautiful tropical
nursery for festival guests
to peruse and purchase.


At right, little
Caleb had a ball
popping bubbles
in front of the
Strawberry Patch
floral shop.


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4A 'Bradford County Telegraph * Tuesday, April z2, 2010


$hands Starke hosted the Lillian Stump Health Fair Saturday rnprning with the Brad-
ford County Health Advisory Group, health department and other partners. Pictured
advisory group Chair Darrell O'Neal, hospital Administrator Jeannie Baker and Shands
staffers Lisa Barnett and Deena Crawford.


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The health advisory group kicked off the Partnering to Move health initiative to fight
obesity with a two-mile walk and the help of Don Thompson Jr., Parker Hinson and
Amie Johns.


Pam Minor and Faye Nogel welcomed visitors
and them signed in before sending them to a
series of stations for health tests and Informa-
tion.
The health department's Joe Pietrangelo
enjoyed a healthy yogurt snack, although he
admitted to also snacking.on potato chips a bit
S..... ... earlier.


At left, Denise
Godfrey is
a Shaids
dietician
who had
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on heart
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and sample-
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blood sample taken by
Cody Johnson. From there
visitors progressed to
other stations, meeting
health professionals like
Stephanie Green and
Virginia Autry (pictured
at right) from the UF
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holds a clinic in Starke
every Monday for the
convenience of local
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Kiwanis Terrific Kids at Brooker Elementary School for the month of March included
(front-back, I-r) Jenna Mueller, Josiah Dye, Seth Paladino, Katlyn King, Gavin Sakkinen,
Dawson Hicks, Matthew Wynne, Lauren Cowart and Keith King. They are pictured with
Kiwanian Bear Bryant, Employee of the Month Jean Barnes and Rick Stephens.


Honor Roll


Starke Christian School students making honor roll for the third nine weeks included
(front-back, I-r) T.J. Carpenter, Masen Lott, Trpy Mathews, Amerie Matthew, Robbie
Godwin, Aiden Marquez, Makenli Kirkland, Laoan Terrell, Preston Tyre, Stephanie Nes-
Smith, Makyllah Kirkland, Jacy Jennings, Alyssa Reddish, Anna Miller, Eden Srivibul,
Christopher Whelehan and Robbie Pollard.


Starke Christian School
students making honor roll
for the third nine weeks
Included Skylar Mobley,
Jay Collins, Ella Dinkins
and Jacob Murray. (Not
pictured: Olivia Floyd.)


Trinity Baptist Church is
holding an in-depth omen's
Bible study on the Book of
Daniel beginning Thursday.
April 22, at 7 p.m. in the
Potter's house behind the
church. For more information,
please call 352-473-7261.
True Vine Ministry, 422
N. Saint Clair St. in Starke,
will host fresh start spiritual
restoration and renewal
services April 22- 23, at
7:30 p.m. each night with
Dr. Detroit Williams and the
Williams Temple Church
of God in Christ Family of
Gainesville as special guests.
For more information or
transportation, please call 904-
964-9264.
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


April shines

light child

abuse
On March 22, Gov. Charlie
Crist signed a proclamation des-
ignating the month of April as
Child Abuse Prevention Month.
A report of child abuse is made
every 20 seconds. National statis-
tics show that more than 3 million
reports of child abuse are made
every year in the United States;
however, those reports can-also
include multiple children.
Child abuse occurs at. every
socioeconomic level, regardless
of race or gender. More than 30
percent of abused and neglected
children will later abuse their
own children because violence
teaches violence. . ,
Below are a-few signs-to look
for if you think a child is a victim
of abuse:


* Sudden change in behavior
' such as depression, avoidance,
aggression, regression, etc.
* Changes in sleep patterns
' to include bad dreams or night-
mares.
* Avoiding people and places.
* Repeated injuries that cannot
be explained.
To reports child abuse, please
call 1-800-96ABUSE (22873)
or your local law enforcement
agency. You may be the only
one to help make a difference
in a child's life by reporting the
abuse.
Submitted by Elizabeth Shep-
pard, Bradford County Sheriffs
Office victim advocate.
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6316.
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homecoming celebration on
Sunday, April 25. beginning at
10 a.m. and marking 106 years
of service. The Rev. Donnie
Lott will be guest speaker,
with music by Light Soldiers.
The public is invited.
Mt. Pisgah A.M.E. Church
will celebrate its annual
Family and Friends Day
Sunday, April 25, at 4 p.m.
with guest speaker the Rev.


officers in the 2010 Bradford-
Union Law Enforcement Memo-
rial set Thursday, April 29, at the
Bradford County Fairgrounds in
Starke.
The event will be held at the
main fair building and will be-
gin at 6:30 p.m. The public is
encouraged to attend and help
members of all the law enforce-
ment agencies memorialize those
officers who lost their lives while
performing their duties.
The memorial will recognize
those officers from Bradford and
Union counties who have died
in the line of duty from 1885
through the present. Also recog-
nized will be the officers from
throughout the state of Florida
who answered their "last call"
during 2009.
Officers and dignitaries from
the many agencies that represent
the two counties,will attend. The
guest speakerwitl:be Department
of Corrections Secretary Walter
McNeil.
For more information, contact
Warren at 904-964-5400 or 353-
494-3326.


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Patricia McGeathey of St.
Stephen A.M.E. Church in
Jacksonville. The Bradford
Gospel Ensemble is the guest
choir. All are invited.
Oak Avenue Baptist Church,
404 North Oak Avenue
in Florahome, will have
homecoming on Sunday, May
2, at 10:30 a.m. with guest
pastor Robert Cook, special
music and a potluck dinner.
Past and present members and
others are invited to attend.
E-mail the details of your
congregation's upcoming
special events to editor@
bctelegraph.com. DEADLINE
IS MONDAY AT 5 PM.


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through May 7, and the submis-
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p.m.
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6A Bradford County Telegraph * Tuesday, April 22, 2010


LEGALS




IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR BRADFORD
COUNTY
CASE NO. 04-2009-CA-649
CHASE HOME FINANCE, LLC.
Plaintiff,
Vs.
LINDA WOODS et al.
Defendants.
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant
to a Final Judgment of Foreclosure
dated April 8, 2010, and entered in
Case No. 04-2009-CA-649, of the
Circuit Court of the Eighth Judicial
Circuit in and for Bradford County,
Florida, wherein CHASE HOME
FINANCE, LLC., is a plaintiff and
'LINDA WOODS; JOHN WOODS;
RHONDA WOODS; UNKNOWN
SPOUSE OF RHONDA WOODS;
UNKNOWN TENANT #1; UNKNOWN
TENANT #2 are the Defendants. RAY
NORMAN as The Clerk of the Circuit
Court will sell to the highest and best
bidder for cash at 11:00 a.m. on May
13, 2010, the following described
property as set forth in said Final
Judgment, to wit:
LOT 5. OF WHISPERING PINES
ESTATES, UNIT NO. 1, AS PER PLAT
THEREOF, RECORDED IN PLAT
BOOK 3, PAGE 40, OF THE PUBLIC
RECORDSOFBRADFORDCOUNTY,
FLORIDA, TOGETHER WITH A
2002 FLEETWOOD ANNIVERSARY
MANUFACTURED HOME,
SERIAL (VIN) #FLFL1270A29645-
AV21/FLFL1270B29645-AV21
AKA FLFL270A29645AV21/
FLFL270B29645AV21
A mobile home" with the VIN
number FLFL270A29645AV21/
FLFL270B29645AV21 sits on the
property.
Any person claiming an interest in
the surplus from the sale, if any, other
than the property owner as of the date
of the lis pendens must file a claim
within 60 days after the sale.
Dated this 8t" day of April, 2010.
RAY NORMAN
As Clerk of the Court
By: Tressie Harley
As Deputy Clerk
In accordance with the Americans
with Disabilities Act, persons needing
a reasonable accommodation to
participate in this proceeding should,
no later than seven (7) days prior,
contact the Clerk of the Court's
disability coordinator at904-964-6280,
BRADFORD CO. 'COURTHOUSE,
PO DRAWER B, STARKE, FL 32091.
If hearing impaired, contact (TDD)
800-955-8771 via Florida Relay
System.
4/15 2tchg 4/22-BCT
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO.: 04-2009-CA-000773
DIVISION:
WELLS FARGO BANK, NA,
Plaintiff,
vs.
JOHN FRANKLIN A/K/A JOHN E.
FRANKLIN,
et al,
Defendant(s).
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: JOHN FRANKLIN A/K/AJOHN E
FRANKLIN
LAST KNOWN ADDRESS: 1361
BLENDING STREET, STARKE, FL
32091
CURRENT ADDRESS: UNKNOWN
THE UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF
JOHN FRANKLIN A/K/A JOHN E.
FRANKLIN
LAST KNOWN ADDRESS: 1361
BLENDING STREET, STARKE, FL
32091
CURRENT ADDRESS: UNKNOWN
ANY AND ALL UNKNOWN PARTIES
CLAIMING BY, THROUGH, UNDER,
AND AGAINSTTHE HEREIN NAMED
INDIVIDUAL DEFENDANTS)
WHO ARE NOT KNOWN TO BE
DEAD OR ALIVE, WHETHER SAID
UNKNOWN PARTIES MAY CLAIM
AN INTEREST AS SPOUSE, HEIRS,
DEVISEES, GRANTEES, OR OTHER
CLAIMANTS
LAST KNOWN ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN
CURRENT ADDRESS: UNKNOWN
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to
foreclose a mortgage on the following
property in BRADFORD County,
Florida:
LOT 8, BLOCK 6, SARATOGA
HEIGHTS, UNIT 2, ACCORDING
TO THE PLAT THEREOF AS
RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 2, PAGE
70 OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA.
has been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of your
written defenses within 30 days after
the first publication, if any, on Florida
Default Law Group, P.L., Plaintiff's
attorney, whose address is 9119
Corporate Lake Drive, Suite 300,
Tampa, Florida 33634, and file the
original with this Court either before
service on Plaintiff's attorney or
immediately thereafter; otherwise a
default will be entered against you for
the relief demanded in the Complaint
or petition.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of this. Court on this 7th day of April,
2010.
Ray Norman
Clerk of the Court
By: Lisa Brannon
As Deputy Clerk
If you are a person with a disability
who needs any accommodation in
order to participate in this proceeding,
you are entitled,.at no cost to you, to
the provision of certain assistance.
Please contact the Clerk of Court,
Bradford County Courthouse, Starke,
FL at 904-964-6280 within 2 working
days of your receipt of this notice; if
you are hearing or voice impaired,
call 1-809-955-8771.
4/15 2tchg 4/22-BCT


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO: 04-2009-CP-0003
IN RE: THE ESTATE OF HERMAN
FRANK WARR,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the Estate of
HERMAN FRANK WARR, deceased,
whose date of death was October
14, 2007. Case No: 04-2009-CP-
0003 is pending in the Circuit Court
for Bradford County, Florida, Probate
Division, the address of which is
Bradford County Courthouse, Post
Office Drawer B, Starke, Florida
32091. The name and address of
the personal representative and the


personal representative's attorney
are set forth below.
All creditors of the decedent and
other persons having claims or
demands against decedent's estate,
including unmatured, contingent or
unliquidated claims, on whom a copy
of this notice is served must file their
claims with this Court WITHIN THE
LATER OF THEE (3) MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE
OR THIRTY (30) DAYS AFTER THE
DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF
THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the decedent
and other persons having claims or
demands against decedent's estate,
including unmatured, contingent or
unliquidated claims, must file their
claims with the Court WITHIN THREE
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME
PERIOD SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY
CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR
MORE AFTER THE DECEDENT'S
DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of the first publication of this
Notice is April 15, 2010.
Personal Representative
Victor Norman Haglund, Jr.
6100 Augusta Boulevard
Seminole, Florida 33777
Attorney for Personal Representative
John S. Cooper, Esquire
100 West Call Street
Starke, Florida 32091
(904)964-4701
Florida Bar No: 0910340
4/15 2tchg 4/22-BCT
NOTICE OF PROPOSED
ORDINANCE OF THE CITY
COMMISSION OF STARKE,
FLORIDA
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the proposed Ordinance, whose title
hereinafter appears, will be brought
up for READING and ADOPTION
Tuesday, May 4, 2010, at the City
Commission Meeting commencing
at 7:00 p.m., at Starke City Hall,
209 North Thompson Street, Starke,
Florida. A copy of said Ordinance
may be inspected by any member
of the public at the Office of the City
Clerk at City Hall, in Starke, Florida.
On the dates above-mentioned, all
interested parties may appear and be
heard with respect to this proposed
Ordinance.
ORDINANCE NO. 2010-0640
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY
COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF
STARKE, FLORIDA AMENDING
CHAPTER 74 OF THE STARKE
CODE OF ORDINANCES TO
PROVIDE FOR THE REGULATION
OF "BOOT DRIVES" OR OTHER
FUNDRAISING ACTIVITIES
WITHIN THE CITY LIMITS OF THE
CITY OF STARKE; PROVIDING
DIRECTION TO THE CODIFIER;
PROVIDING, FOR THE REPEAL
OF ORDINANCES INCONSISTENT
WITH THIS ARTICLE; PROVIDING
FOR SEVERABILITY; AND
PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
4/22. 1tchg-BCT
NOTICE OF ENACTMENT OF
ORDINANCE BY THE CITY
COMMISSION OF THE CITY
OF STARKE, FLORIDA
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the ordinance, which title hereinafter
appears, will be considered for
enactment by the City Commission of.
the City of Starke, Florida, hereinafter
referred to as the City Commission,
at a public hearing on May 4, 2010
at 7:00 p.m., or as soon thereafter as
the matter can be heard, in the City
Commission Meeting Room, City
Hall, located at 209 North Thompson
Street, Starke, Florida. Copies of said
ordinance may be inspected by any
member of the public at the Office of
the City Clerk, City Hall, located at
209 North Thompson Street, Starke,
Florida, during regular business
hours. On the date, time and place
first above mentioned, all interested
parties may appear and be heard with
respect to the ordinance,
ORDINANCE NO. 2010-0639
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF
STARKE, FLORIDA, AMENDING
THE ZONING MAP OF THE CITY
OF STARKE LAND DEVELOPMENT
CODE; RELATING TO THE
REZONING OF LESS THAN TEN
CONTIGUOUS ACRES OF LAND,
PURSUANT TO AN APPLICATION, Z
10-01, BY THE PROPERTY OWNER
OF SAID ACREAGE; PROVIDING
FOR REZONING FROM SINGLE
FAMILY, MEDIUM DENSITY (R1-C)
TO HIGHWAY COMMERCIAL (B-3)
OF CERTAIN LANDS WITHIN THE
CORPORATE LIMITS OF THE CITY
OF STARKE, FLORIDA; REPEALING
ALL ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT;
AND PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE
DATE
The public hearing may be continued
to one or more future dates. Any
interested party shall be advised
that the date, time and place of any
continuation of the public hearing
shall be announced during the
Public hearing and that no further
notice concerning the matter will be
published.
All persons are advised that, if they
decide to appeal any decisions made
at the.public hearing, they will need
a record of the proceedings and,
for such purpose, they may need to
ensure that a verbatim record of the
proceedings is made, which record
includes the testimony and evidence
upon which the appeal is to be
based.
4/22 ltchg-BCT
NOTICE OF PUBLIC AUCTION
A public auction will be held at
Thompson's Garage. 22396 US Hwy
301 N. Lawtey FI.
904-782-3232, on May 10, 2010
at 9:00 a.m. to sell a 1999 Dodge
Vin# 1B7MF336XXJ600451, which
is located at 22396 US Hwy 301
N Lawtey FI. Thompson's Garage
claims a lien on the above described
vehicle for labor, services performed
and storage charges, the cash sum
at the date of sale which if paid to
the lienor will be sufficient to redeem
the vehicle from the lien. The lien is
subject to enforcement pursuant to
section 713.585, F.S. and the vehicle


may be sold to satisfy the lien. The
owner of the motor vehicle or any
person claiming an interest in or a lien
thereon has a right to a hearing at any
time prior to the scheduled date of
sale by filing a demand for a hearing
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court in
the County in which the motor vehicle
is held by the Lienor and by mailing
copies of the demand for hearing to
all owners and Lienor as reflected
in the notice. The owner of the
motor vehicle has a right to recover
possession of the motor vehicle
without instituting judicial proceedings
by posting a bond in accordance
with the provisions of Florida Statute


559.917. Any proceeds from the sale
of the motor vehicle remaining after
payment of the amount claimed to be
due and owing to the Lienor will be
deposited with the Clerk of-the Court
for disposition.
4/22 ltchg-BCT
NOTICE OF PUBLIC
HEARING CONCERNING
AN AMENDMENT TO THE
BRADFORD COUNTY
LAND DEVELOPMENT
REGULATIONS
BY THE PLANNING AND ZONING
BOARD OF BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA, SERVING ALSO AS THE
LOCAL PLANNING .AGENCY OF.
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that,
pursuant to Sections 163.3161
through 163.3215, Florida Statutes,
as amended, and the Bradford County
Land Development Regulations, as
amended, hereinafter referred to as
the Land Development Regulations,
objections, recommendations and
comments concerning an amendment,
as described below, will be heard by
the Planning and Zoning Board of
Bradford County, Florida, serving
also as the Local Planning Agency of
Bradford County, Florida, at a public
hearing on May 3, 2010 at
6:00 p.m., or as soon thereafter as the
matter can be heard, in the County
Commission Meeting Room, County
Courthouse located at 945 North
Temple Avenue, Starke, Florida. This
amendment was previously noticed
for a public hearing on February 1,
2010.
Z 09-5, an application by the Board
of County Commissioners, to amend
the Cfficial Zoning Atlas of the
Land Development Regulations by
changing the zoning district from
RESIDENTIAL, (MIXED) SINGLE
'FAMILY/MOBILE HOME (RSF/
MH-1) to AGRICULTURAL-2 (A-2),
AGRICULTURAL-2 (A-2) to RURAL
RESIDENTIAL (RR), RESIDENTIAL,
(CONVENTIONAL) SINGLE FAMILY
(RSF-1) and RESIDENTIAL, (MIXED)
SINGLE FAMILY/MOBILE HOME
(RSF/MH-1)for property described,
as follows:
From RESIDENTIAL., (MIXED)
SINGLE FAMILY/MOBILE HOME
(RSF/MH-1) to AGRICULTURAL-2
(A-2)
A parcel of land lying within Section
14, Township 5 South, Range 22 East,
Bradford County, Florida. Being more
particularly described, as follows:
The North 1/2 of said Section 14.
Containing 320.00 acres, more or
less.
Less and Except
A parcel of land lying within Section
14, Township 5 South, Range 22 East,
Bradford County, Florida. Being more
particularly described, as follows: The
northeast 1/4 of the Southeast 1/4 of
the Northwest 1/4 of said Section 14,
the Southeast 1/4 of the Southeast
1/4 of the Northwest 1/4 of said
Section 14 and the Southwest 1/4 of
the Southeast 1/4 of the Northwest
1/4 of said Section 14.
Containing 30.00 acres, more or
less.
Less and Except
A parcel of land lying within Section
14, Township 5 South, Range 22
East, Bradford County, Florida.
Being more particularly described,
as follows: A portion of Lot 33 of
Woodlawn Subdivision as recorded
in Plat Book 1, Page 17 of the Public
Records for Bradford County, Florida.
.Commence' at.the,Northeast. corner
of said Secti6n 14 (also being the
Northeast corner of said Lot 33);
thence South 89046'17" West along
the Northern line of said Section 14
(also being the Northern line of said
Lot 33), a distance of 110.06 feet to
the Westerly right-of-way line of U.S.
Highway 301 (State Road 200) for
the Point of Beginning; thence South
00�57'16" East along said Westerly
right-of-way line of U.S. Highway 301
(State Road 200) 210.00 feet; thence
South 89*46'17" West 210.00 feet;
thence North 00�57'16" West 210.00
feet to the Northern. line of said
Section 14 (also being the Northern
line of said Lot 33); thence North
89046'17" East along the Northern
line of said Section 14 (also being
the Northern line of said Lot 33), a
distance of 210.00 feet to the Point of
Beginning.
Containing 1.01 acre, more or less.
All said lands containing 288.99
acres, more or less.
AND


From RESIDENTIAL, (MIXED)
SINGLE FAMILY/MOBILE HOME
(RSF/MH-1) to AGRICULTURAL-2
(A-2,
A parcel of land lying within Section
29, Township 7 South, Range 22 East,
Bradford County Florida. Being more
particularly described, as follows:
The South 1/2 of said Section 29.
All said lands containing 320.00
acres, more or less.
AND
From AGRICULTURAL-2 (A-2) to
RURAL RESIDENTIAL (RR)
A parcel of land lying within Section
25, Township 6 South, Range 22 East,
Bradford County, Florida. Being more
particularly described, as follows:
The West 1/2 of said Section 25.
All said lands containing 320.00
acres, more or less.'
AND
From AGRICULTURAL-2 (A-2) to
RESIDENTIAL, (MIXED) SINGLE
FAMILY/MOBILE HOME (RSF/MH-1)
A parcel of land lying within Sections
4 and 5, Township 7 South, Range
22 East, Bradford County, Florida.
Being more particularly described,
as follows: The North 1/2 of said
Section 4 and the Northeast 1/4 of
said Section 5.
Containing 480.00 acres, more or
less.
Less and Except
That portion of the North 1/2 of the
Northeast 1/4 of Section 4, Township
7 South, Range 22 East lying West of
Southeast 21st Avenue and East of
State Road 100; and a parcel lying
within Section 5, Township 7 Range
22 East, Bradford County, Florida.
Being more particularly described, as
follows: Commence at the Northeast
corner of the Nbrtheast 1/4 of said
Section 5; thence North 89�38'00"
West 602.92 feet to the Westerly right-
of-way line of an abandoned railroad
for the Point of Beginning; thence
South 17�42'10" West 929.71. feet;
thence North 89�28'00" West 380.31
feet; thence North 0002'04" West
627.11 feet; thence South 89*02'33"
East 114.91 feet; thence North
00b03'04" West 253.82 feet; thence
North 00�53'04" West 6.00 feet;
thence South 89�38'00" East 11.08;
thence continue South 89�38'00" East
544.91 feet to the Point of Beginning.
Containing 83.85 acres, more or
less.
.All said lands containing 396.15
acres, more or less.
AND
From AGRICULTURAL-2 (A-2) to
RESIDENTIAL, (CONVENTIONAL)
SINGLE FAMILY (RSF-1)
A parcel of land lying within Section
14, Township 8 South, Range 22 East,
Bradford County, Florida. Being more
particularly described, as follows: The
Southeast 1/4 of said Section 14.
All said lands containing 160.00
acres, more or less.
AND
From AGRICULTURAL-2 .(A-2) to
RURAL RESIDENTIAL (RR)
A parcel of land lying within Section
23, Township 8 South, Range 22 East,
Bradford County, Florida. Being more
particularly described, as follows:
The Northeast 1/4 of said Section 23.
Containing 160.00 acres, more or
less.
Less and Except
A parcel of land lying within Section
23, Township 8 South, Range 22
East, Bradford County, Florida.
Being more particularly. described,
as follows: Commence at the
Southeast corner of the Northeast
1/4 of said Section 23 and the Point
of Beginning; thence North along the
East line of the Northeast 1/4 of said
Section 23 approximately 428.00
feet; thence South 70�10'07" West
378.55 feet; thence North 68007'18"
West 1,114.72 feet; thence North
00�26'16" West 1,894,44 feet to the
South right-of-way line of County
Road 21-B; thence South 89�28'32"
West, along the South right-of-way
line of said County Road 21-B, a
distance of 1,312.22 feet to the West
line of the East 1/2 of said Section 23;
-thence South 00�14'09" East, along
the West line of the East 1/2 of said
Section 23, a distance of 2,624.36
feet to the South line of the Northeast
1/4 of said Section 23; thence North
89*54'17" East, along the South line
of the Northeast 1/4 of said Section
23, approximately 2,662.00 feet to'
the Point of Beginning.
Containing 95.77 acres, more or
less.
All said lands containing 64.23 acres,
more or less.


All total lands containing 1,549.37
acres, more or less.
The public hearing may be continued
to one or more future dates. Any
interested party shall be advised
that the date, time and place of any
continuation of the public hearing
shall be announced during the
public hearing and that no further
notice concerning the matter will be
published, unless said continuation
exceeds six calendar weeks from the
date of the above referenced public
hearing.
At the aforementioned public hearing,
all interested parties may appear
to be heard with respect to the
amendment.
Copies of the amendment are
available for public inspection at
the Office of the Director of Zoning,
County Courthouse located at 945
North Temple Avenue, North Wing,
Starke, Florida, during regular,
business hours.
All persons are. advised that if they
decide to appeal any decision made
at the above referenced public
hearing, they will need a record of
the proceedings, and that, for such
purpose, they may need to ensure that
a verbatim record of the proceedings
is made, which record includes the
testimony and evidence upon which
the appeal is to be based.
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NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME
Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida
Statutes, notice is hereby given that
the undersigned, Earl Barber and
Delores Barber, PO Box 131, 22319
SE 11 St., Lawtey, FL 32058, joint
owners, doing business under the
firm name of: North Florida Transport,
Towing and Escort Service, PO Box
131, Lawtey, FL 32058, intends to
register said fictitious name under the
aforesaid statute. Dated this 19th day
of April, 2010, in Bradford County.
4/22 ltpd-BCT
NOTICE OF MEETING
FloridaWorks will hold a Combined
Committee meeting on Monday, April
26'b, at 1:30 p.m. at the FloridaWorks
One Stop Center, 819 S. Walnut
Street, Starke, FL. Please contact
Celia Chapman at 352-244-5148 with
questions.
4/22 Itchg-BCT
NOTICE OF MEETING
The Executive Committee of
FloridaWorks will hold a meeting on
Thursday, April 22 at 11:00 a.m. at
FloridaWorks, 4800 SW 131h Street,
Gainesville. Contact Celia Chapman
at 352-244-5148 with questions.
4/22 Itchg-BCT
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO.: 04-2008-CA-245
DIVISION:
WELLS FARGO BANK, NA,
Plaintiff,
vs.
JOHN E. LESTER, et al,
Defendant(s).
NOTICE OF RESCHEDULED
FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to an Order Rescheduling
Foreclosure Sale dated April 15,
2010 and entered in Case NO. 04-
2008-CA-245 of the Circuit Court of
the EIGHTH Judicial Circuit in and
for BRADFORD County, Florida
wherein WELLS FARGO BANK, NA,
is the Plaintiff and JOHN E. LESTER;
KARISMA LESTER; RIVER ROAD
PLANTATION ASSOCIATION, INC.;
are the Defendants, I will sell to the
highest and best bidder for cash at
FRONT HALL OF THE BRADFORD
COUNTY COURTHOUSE, 945
NORTH TEMPLE AVENUE, STARKE,
FLORIDA 32091 at 11:00 AM, on the
20th day of May, 2010, the following
described property as set forth in said
Final Judgment:
DESCRIPTION - LOT 36 A PARCEL
OF LAND CONTAINING 2.54
ACRES, MORE OR LESS, 'AND
LYING IN THE NORTHEAST 1/4 OF
THE NORTHEAST 1/4 OF SECTION
21, TOWNSHIP 5 SOUTH, RANGE
22 EAST, BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA; SAID PARCEL BEING
SHOWN AS PARCEL 36 ON A
MAP PREPARED BY PATRICK B.
WELCH & ASSOCIATES, INC. AND
RECORDED IN MISC. MAP BOOK 1,


PAGE 1 OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS
OF SAID COUNTY, ALSO BEING
DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: -
COMMENCE AT AN IRON ROD SET
AT THE NORTHEAST CORNER
OF SAID SECTION 21 AND RUN.
SOUTH 00 DEGREES 18 MINUTES
AND 55 SECONDS WEST, ALONG
THE EASTERLY BOUNDARY
THEREOF, 57.31 FEET TO A SET
IRON ROD; THENCE SOUTH 83
DEGREES 49 MINUTES AND 27
SECONDS WEST, 345.50 FEET;
THENCE SOUTH 00 DEGREES 32
MINUTES AND 37 SECONDS WEST,
926.49 FEET TO A SET IRON ROD
FOR THE POINT OF BEGINNING.
FROM POINT OF BEGINNING THUS
DESCRIBED CONTINUE SOUTH
00 DEGREES 32 MINUTES AND
37 SECONDS WEST, 312.64 FEET
TO AN IRON ROD SET ON THE:
SOUTHERLY BOUNDARY OF SAID'
NORTHEAST 1/4 OF NORTHEAST
1/4; THENCE NORTH 89 DEGREES'
06 MINUTES AND 03 SECONDS
WEST, ALONG SAID SOUTHERLY
BOUNDARY, 355.62 FEET TO A
SET IRON ROD; THENCE NORTH
00 DEGREES 32 MINUTES AND
37 SECONDS EAST, 310.43 FEET;
THENCE SOUTH 89 DEGREES
27 MINUTES AND 23 SECONDS
EAST, 355.61 FEET TO THE POINT.
OF BEGINNING. RESERVING
THEREFROM AN EASEMENT FOR
INGRESS, EGRESS AND UTILITIES'
OVER THE -WESTERLY 30.00
FEET OF THE NORTHERLY 50.00
FEET THEREOF. ALSO BEING
CONVEYED WITH A RIGHT OF-
INGRESS AND EGRESS OVER ALL
ROADS SHOWN ON AFORESAID
MAP RECORDED ON PAGE 1 OF,
MISC. MAP BOOK 1. TOGETHER
WITH THAT CERTAIN MOBILE.
HOMELOCATEDTHEREON,SERIAL
NUMBER GAFL475A75647CD21
and GAFL475B75647CD21
A/K/A 23151 NW 33RD PLACE,
LAWTEY, FL 32058
Any person claiming an interest ir
the surplus from the sale, if any, other
than the property owner as of the date
of the Us Pendens must file a claim
within sixty (60) days after the sale.
WITNESS MY HAND and the seal of:;
this Court on April 15, 2010.
Ray Normai�;'
Clerk of the Circuit Courtf;,
By: Lisa Brannori-n,
Deputy Clerk;-.'
If you are a person with a disabilityW.-"
who needs any accommodation in
order to participate in this proceeding,
you are entitled, at no cost to you, to.
the provision of certain assistance:-
Please contact the Clerk of Court,.-.
Bradford County Courthouse, Starke.,
FL at 904-964-6280 within 2 working.;-
days of your receipt of this notice; If.,;
you are hearing or voice impaired.::;
call 1-800-955-8771. --:
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work? If you are receiving any.'
form of public assistance and>f-.
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is no charge for this service.



Oelrich staff

here each month
State Sen. Steve Oelrich has,
announced that his legislative
staff will begin holding monthly-
office hours in Bradford County.
in order to accommodate con-
stituents.
Monthly office hours will
be held the first Wednesday of
each month from 1-3 p.m. in the
commission meeting room in.
the north wing of the Bradford
County Courthouse.
Walk-ins are welcome, but if
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Tuesday, April 22, 2010 * Bradford County Telegraph 7^



Medicaid reform would change the way health departments provide care


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor
Health Department Director
Winnie Holland told the county
commission she is concerned
about the effect a state bill aimed
at reducing Medicaid costs could
have on local health care.
Holland said health depart-
ments became important in pro-
viding health care services to
Medicaid eligible individuals
because many private providers
did not accept Medicaid reim-
bursement.
SInitially health departments
received general revenue dollars
to provide primary care services,
but as Medicaid reimbursements
increased, Holland said health
departments moved to cost-baged
reimbursement. A complex for-
mula is used to determine each
department's actual costs are for
providing treatment to Medicaid
clients, and health departments
reimbursed that amount.
HB 7223 will change the
state's Medicaid system by put-
ting recipients into private, man-
aged-care programs. In the pro-
cess, health departments would
lose their cost-based reimburse-


ment dollars.
Holland said this would have
a "tremendously adverse effect"
on health departments that have
used that revenue to treat the
uninsured - 1,200 patients in
Bradford County alone last year.
The state would certify these
managed plans and make sure
they meet certain requirements.
Federal and state Medicaid fund-
ing would be used to pay insurers
a capped rate to provide cover-
age in an attempt to slow grow-
ing Medicaid costs.
Available coverage would
vary by region. This region, Re-
gion II, which includes Bradford,
Clay, Union and the other north
Florida counties, would have be-
tween four and seven provider
plans.
The Florida Agency for Health
Care Administration would over-
see three distinct managed care
programs: a program for primary
and acute care; a long-terMi pro-
gram for residential and home-
and community-based care
(alone or paired with primary-
acute-care); and long-term care
for persons with developmental
disabilities, including residen-
tial and home- and community-


based care (alone or paired with
primary acute care).
The reform system has been
tried in a few counties begin-
ning in 2006 and the statewide
expansion is in part a response
to federal health care reform and
mandates that will increase state
health care costs.
According to staff legislative
analysis, right now Medicaid fo-
cuses on covering low-income
children, pregnant women and
adults who are elderly or have
a disability. Federal reform in-
creases the covered population to
include all adults, regardless of
whether they are disabled or el-
derly, earning up to 133 percent
of the poverty level.
The report states that federal
health care reform would pay for
this expansion by increasing fed-
eral funding for the new groups,
but states would still have to
share a portion of the additional
financial. burden. The state share
would, however, at least for a
time, be smaller than what it pays
for the currently covered groups.
The state also expects Medic-
aid enrollment to climb. Many
uninsured individuals are eli-
gible for Medicaid, but are not


enrolled A federal mandate to
purchase health insurance will
result in many of those not cur-
rently enrolled to do so.
There are currently 2.7 million
enrolled Medicaid recipients in
the state, and Florida's projected
expenditures on Medicaid during
the current year reach nearly $18
billion.
Health departments are not a
huge contributor to that costs.
They receive less than one per-
cent of budgeted Medicaid dol-
lars, Holland said, but combined
they serve more than 250,000
Medicaid recipients each year.
At minimum, Holland is hop-
ing for a period of transition for
health departments that will help
them move frOqi using cost-
based rejmburqsmient tobecom-
ing managed-care providers, in-
cluding the increased number of
patients they might have to serve
when enrollment increases.
If a transition peiod is-nt al-
lowed, this will" limit the ability
for health departments to assist
the low-income and uninsured,
Holland said. .
"It's really very., problematic
in a county the sie-of Bradford
where we have a limited number


of providers anyway," she said.
HB 7223 overwhelmingly
passed the Florida House on
Monday and is awaiting a vote in
the Senate.
Even if the Medicaid reform
bill ultimately fails, Holland said
the health departments could
still be faced with a 34 percent
cut in Medicaid funding, which
translates to around $275,000 for
Bradford County. That does not
include possible cuts in adminis-
trative funding, she said.

Teachers

keep tenure
A bill that would have killed
teacher tenure and tied salaries to
student performance was vetoed.
.by Gov. Charlie Crist last Thurs-
day.
. After initial word of the gov-
ernor's support for S.B. 6, Crist
began to foreshadow his eventual
-veto of the merit pay bill by pub-
licly discussing his reservations.
After word of the veto broke
last week, pundits immediately
began discussing what it means
that the governor went against his


own party in refusing to sign the
legislation, which was approved
in both houses along largely par-
tisan lines. Many speculated the
governor was ready to drop out
of the Republican primary for the
open U.S. Senate seat and run in-
stead as an independent.
Crist confirmed he was con-
sidering that option earlier this
week.
Polls show Crist trailing be-
hind conservative opponent Mar-
co Rubio in the contest for the
Republican Senate nomination.
Rubio recently received the en-
dorsement of former Massachu-
setts Gov. Mitt Romney, a poten-
tial Republican nominee for the
presidency in 2012.
In defending his veto, Crist has
said he approves of merit pay and
accountability, but not the way
this bill was executed or the pres-
sure he said Republican leaders
used to get it approved.
Opponents of the bill, who say
they weie locked out of partici-
pating in creating a more accept-
able merit pay system, praised
Crist's veto, calling it a coura-
geous decision.


Professor to study middle school uniforms


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County pays for revoked permit


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor
The county is admitting its
mistake and reimbursing two ho-
meowners for money they spent
on a storage building only to be
told they couldn't place the build-
ing on their property after all. '
Millard and Angela Pate re-
ceived a permit from the county
building department and sub-
sequently purchased the former
classroom portable and had .it
moved next to their home. Neigh-
bors complained about the lack
of room for the structure, and af-
terfurther review by thecounty
attorney's office and the regional
planning council, the Pate's per-
mit was revoked.
.Angela Pate appealed to the
cqiinty commission for a reversal
or:some other remedy, and the
beard asked the county manager-
to meet with both sides to work
on:resolving the dispute.
:;Will Sexton from the county
attorney's office, who also met


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.with both sides, told the commis-
sion last week that there was no
solution that would result in the
Pates being able to keep the stor-
age building given the restric-
tions of the current land develop-
meht regulations.
County Manager Brad Carter
concurred and recommended the
board approve a reimbursement
of the couple's costs for purchas-
ing and moving the building and,
for purchasing the permit.
. Because he was new to the
job at the time the permiit was-
prematurely issued, Carter said
building official Dale Manning
did not confer with the zoning
department before approving
the permit. The Pates then spent
thousands of dollars only to
be told they could not keep the
building on their property.
Carter said the county couldn't
ignore Jits regulations because
of those expenses, but it could
choose to reimburse the couple
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several potential uses for the
building if the board decided to
purchase it from the Pates.
Unintentional or not, Commis-
sioner Ross Chandler, the county
cost' the Pates money and could
not ignore or minimize that, and
the other commissioners agreed.
Commissioner Eddie Lewis said
it may not be what the Pates
want, but it's the best the board
could do.
Chandler added this route was
preferable to allowing the mat-
ter to become a-legal dispute that
could cost the county even more
money.
Carter estimated the purchase
cost at $7,500, but did not know
what was invested in moving the
building. The board capped its
reimbursement at $10,000.
If the Pates accept the offer,
several department heads present
said they had ideas for how the
county could use the building,,
including Sheriff Gordon Smith,
who could potentially use it as an
animal control facility.


BY DAN HILDEBRAN
Telegraph Staff Writer
Superintendent Beth Moore
told the school board last week
that she has asked a University - .
of North Florida associate pro-
fessor to study Bradford Middle
School's uniform policy.
The study's author, Professor
Warren Hodge, said 'he planned
to use surveys from, parents and
interviews with school person-
nel and parents to provide school
leaders with an unbiased, objec-
tive viewpoint of the policy,
Hodge said he is producing the
report pro bono. ,
"I will not collect one penny.
from this study," he said.
Hodge told the board he con-
siders himself. a member of
Bradford, County's. commu-
nity as he passes through on a
twicelawveek'commute.from his �
Gainesville home to the Jackson-
ville campus.
"I've considered my mission
from the time I first earned my
PhD to never to siayin my ivory.
tower, but to keep in touch with University of North Florida A
local districts an4-school-s," he Hodge explained to school b4
said. study the uniform policy at B
He added .that Qainesville:.
schools are already- saturated Albuquerque, N.M., and into
with University of Florida pro- -schools where uniforms failed
fessors, and that while searching to deliver, like in some southern
for a school to contribute his time California schools.
to, and after passing by the front Bradford's school board. first
doors pf Bradford High School launched the middle school uni-
week after week, he decided one form policy as a pilot project for
day to walk through those doors. the 2008-2009 school term, then
High school administrators renewed it for the following year.
referred the professor to the su- The program's history mirrors
perintendenrit, who suggested the -that of similar uniform initiatives
uniform study. . throughout the country, garner-
Hodge said the- final product
of his research wold be a June -
28 report he will deliver to the
board. He added that he. plans to
enlist the helpof-another profes-
sor and that of his graduate stu- I
dents. '
The professor, who earned
his PhD in educational admin-
istration from ...the . University -
of Wisconsin-Madis6n, said he
has already beguri his research,
looking into successful uniform "
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8A Bradford County Telegraph * Tuesday, April 22, 2010


Young minds-light up invention fair

BY MELISSA PYLE
Telegraph Staff Writer
Have you ever seen a clever V l
new invention and wish you had
thought of it? Bradford County
elementary school students put I
their inventiveness on display at
Southside Elementary during the
first-ever Bradford County In-
veption Fair.
-The fair-was the idea of gifted
student instructor Lilly Chap-
pell. Chappell said she wanted
something thartV Ws ffst-i G66 m
science fair competitions where'
students didn't have to reinvent
the wheel but could create some-
thing new or solve a problem.
Although the competition does
resemble a science fair, the stu-
dents have a little more room
to express their creativity. For-
example, there were ideas that
stretched the imagination, like
Southside Elementary student W
Olivia Proctor's "Pool Tree" or
a solar oven invented by Hamp- Brooklyn Crawford, a fifth-grader at Southside, placed
ton second-grader Ryan Jones. first with her Invention, "Stink B Gone." It Is a little air
Students not only had to invent freshener pack specially designed for lunch boxes. She
something, but make a model. said that stinky lunch boxes were a problem Iin.her house
They then used the model toe -and shifo�fiu nd a solution.
plain to judges their inspiration,
how their invention would work, Weller, a computer technician; SoUthside Elementary fifth-
and how it could solve a prob- said he was looking for personal- grader Brooklyn Crab ford with
lem. ity and something that cotUld im- her "Stink B Gone." Brooker
Winners werejudged on many prove on an existing idea.,- Elementary second-grader Chlie
different criteria. Judge D.J.. The-first ilace win--er was a-jlarcum took second place with


'HEROES
Continued from page 1A
McCarthy brought Minnes
before the commission and they
presented certificates to the per-
sonnel present. Some could not
be there, including two who left
the meeting right before the pre-
sentation to respond to a medical
emergency. Others were in train-
ing.
Those present included Stacy
Lockhart, Adam Hudson, Tom-
my LaFollette, Lloyd.Hamilton,-
Sherry VanBebber and Alan
Hunsinger. Equally involved
were Frankie Krol, Dylan Rod-
gers, Jim Marburger, Chris Kirk-
land and Steven Goodman.
McCarthy said each of these
individuals would receive a Life
Safety pin that will be worn with
their 'uniforms.


Minnes said'what happened t
him was a miracle. God work
through these individuals to sav
his life, and he kept working
when he had 10 subsequent car
diac arrest episodes after he wa
taken to the hospital. These mir
acles have served to increase hi
faith, he said, and he thanked th
volunteer firefighters and profes
sional paramedics for their rol
in saving his life.
.-Commissioners were move
when expressing their feelings
including Chairman John Wayn
Hersey-who said the volunteer
and emergency-personnel don
receive enough recognition fo
all they do.
"People do not realize wha
you do - day in, day out - an
never ask for anything," Herse
said. "We're fortunate."


Tealko
6-month-old,
unneutered
male, malamute
mix.
Shy but very
loving and easy
to handle.
Contact:
Bradford County
Animal Control
904-964-9200


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Students participating in this year's invention fair were (not pictured in order).Brook-
lyn Bayes, Brooklyn Crawford, Jessilyn Green, April Wood, Samantha Womack, Ryan
Jones, Hunter Raulerson, Jacob Patrayz Lindsay'Cail, Olivia Proctor, Shelby Wilkison,
Alexandra Chappell, Cale Mosley, Chloe Marcum, Emily Acevedo, Taylor Cooper, Alexis
Howard, Jordan Marshall, Ben Miller and Miquel Barquinero.


her with "Healthy Land" idea.
Third-place winner was Brooker
Elementary third-grader Lindsay
Cail and her "Ample Planter."
The success of. this year's in-
vention fair already has Chap-
pell planning for next year and
the inclusion of middle and high
school students. Chappell said
any .student interested will be
able to get information from their
schools as early as August.


s, CONTRACT
re Continued from page fA
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tr the negotiated raise. Employee
representatives balked, instead
at filing an unfair labor practices
d complaint with the Public Em-
y ployees Relations Commission
and declaring an impasse in ne-
gotiations.
According to Dukes, when
- negotiations stalled-last-fall, the
BEA had three options. It could
have accepted the district's offer,
it could have pursued its unfair
labor practices claim with the
PERC, or it could agree to me-
diation.
The BEA president added that
while weighing its options, the
association faced two major ob-
stacles. The first was the state's
budget crisis, which cut over $3


million from the distnct's 2008-
2009 revenue.
"We were realistic," she sAid.
"We knew the board didn't have
a lot of money, but we certainly
felt they had more than what they
were offering to us."
Second, the unfair labor prac-
tices complaint carried with it
costly legal'fees and conveyed no
guaranty that its outcome would
yield better results for teachers
than a mediated agrem'erit.
So BEA leadership settled on
its third choice.
Dukes said negotiations be-
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and mediator exceeded 10 hours
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B Section * Thursday, April 22, 2010 FEATURES
CRIME
SOCIALS
OBITUARIES
EDITORIAL
NEWS FROM BRADFORD COUNTY, UNION COUNTY AND THE LAKE REGION


Spiller talks about life,


spirituality at church service


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
The NFL Draft is upon us, but
Union County High School
graduate CJ. Spiller, who is
projected by most to be among
the top 15 players taken, was not
giving much thought to the fact
that his dream of playing profes-
sional football was about to
come true.
Instead, four days prior to the
draft, he took the time to attend
his hometown church and speak
about the things in life that he
considers most important, in-
cluding his relationship with


God.
"It really hasn't sunk in yet
for me," Spiller told the congre-
gation of Victory Christian Cen-
ter on April 18.
It may not have sunk in for
Spiller, a Clemson University
graduate, but it had for those in
attendance, most of whom
donned football jerseys for the
special service. Whether wear-
ing jerseys or not, all who en-
tered the church were promptly
presented with eye-black strips
bearing the letters "VCC," the
same letters Spiller wore on his
eye-black strips at Clemson as a


way of recognizing his church.
The service featured a skit
performed by children that de-
picted Spiller's Pop Warner
playing days, while a video
showing his highlights in high
school and college was shown.
The moves Spiller utilized in
becoming a record-setter at
Clemson and serious Heisman
Trophy candidate had Victory
Christian Center Pastor Patrick
Maxwell exclaiming, "Man,
there are a lot of people who've
got broken ankles in the ACC.

See SPILLER page 3B


Victory Christian Center Pastor Patrick Maxwell (left) chats with C.J. Spiller, who
was honored and allowed to address the congregation during a special service on
April 18.


Cameron White (left) and Lela White sport their foot-
ball jerseys and "VCC" eye-black strips.




First round of



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include Spiller.


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Nettie Pearl Allen had two fa-
vorite football teams: the Florida
Gators and the Jacksonville Jag-
uars.
Her grandson, C.J. Spiller, did
not become a Gator, opting in-
stead to play for the Clemson
Tigers, but could he perhaps
find himself suiting up for the
Jaguars?
That may very well be the
case if you believe some of the
mock NFL drafts by various
sports writers and television
personalities.'
"It's just so amazing now that
I look at the draft," Spiller told
the congregation at Victory"
Christian, Center on April 18.
"Jacksonville has the, number-10
pick. Everyone's projecting me
to be a top-15, top-10 pick."
Whether or not Spiller does
join one of his'deceased grand-
mother's favorite teams remains
to be seen, but one thing seems
to be sure: Spiller's name will
be called during the first round .
of the NFL Draft, which will
take place Thursday, April 22,
and be aired by ESPN beginning
at 7:30 p.m.
Looking at several projec-
tions, it would appear Spiller
would not drop past the 14'h
pick, though USA Today's Scott
Zucker has him going 19"' to
Atlanta. USA Today writers
Jarrett Bell and Jim Corbett have
Spiller going to San Francisco at
number 13, while fellow writers
Sean Leahy and Pete O'Brien,"
ESPN draft guru Todd McShay
and Chad Reuter, a senior ana-
lyst with NFLDraftScout.com,
all have Spiller going to the Se-
attle Seahawks, who have the
14th pick.
"Selecting Spiller jump starts
the Seahawks' offense and spe-
cial teams," Rueter wrote, while
McShay, in his latest mock
draft, said, "Spiller is the most
dynamic skill player on the


board and would instantly up-
grade the attack with his- versa-
tility in the running and passing
games, and he can also contrib-
ute in the return game."
Clark Judge, CBSSports.com
senior writer, and Derek Harper
of NFLDraftScout.com believe
the Seahawks won't wait on
Spiller, choosing to select him
with their sixth pick.
"The Seahawks want a run-
ning game," Judge wrote.
"Spiller is this year's Chris
Johnson, and they can't afford
not to take him."
Johnson, who plays for Ten-
nessee, rushed for 2,006 yards
and 14 touchdowns last season
after a rookie campaign in which
he gained 1,228 yards. He aver-
aged 5.6 yards per carry this past
season.
One AFC personnel director,
quoted on the condition of ano-
nymity by Jeffri Chadiha in an
ESPN.com story, said, "(Spiller)
can hurt you out of the back-
field, with his receiving skills
and as a kick returned, and when
he gets to the second level, there
aren't many people who are
going to catch him. People talk
about how great Chris Johnson
is right now, but this kid is bet-
ter than Johnson was at this
point in his career."

It is comparisons to Johnson
that have Sports Illustrated's
Don Banks projecting that
Spiller will go at number 10 (i
Jacksonville, provided Jackson-
ville does not trade the pick to
move down in the draft and
South Florida defensive end
Jason Pierre-Paul has already
been drafted, as Banks predicts.
"With the South Florida de-
fensive end already gone, Spiller
gets the nod as Jacksonville
covets a Chris Johnson-like
home-run hitter in its own back-
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28 Telegraph, Times & Monitor B Section * Thursday, April 22, 2010


LB man
injured in
traffic crash
: Scott J. Baker,, 5.3, of Lake
Butler was seriously injured in
.a traffic crash April 16 in
Columbia County.
!;: According to the report by
:f lorida Highway Patrol
:-Trooper M.L. Oglesby, Baker
-qwas driving a 2003 Dodge
!pickup southbound on Country
.Club Road about one mile
soytjt of Baya Avenue in
-':olumbia Co nhty.^,,,. .
c.! The pickup apparently
."drifted off the roadway onto
the west shoulder and Baker
'-attempted . to correct the
:"vehicle, but lost control of it
-dnstead.
The pickup rotated and slid
off the shoulder, striking a
tree. Baker was trapped in the
,pickup and had to be extricated
by rescuers. He was
lifeflighted to Shands UF with
serious injuries.
Damage to the pickup was
listed at $10,000.


as the adjutant general. Gen.
Titshaw will assume duties
following a formal change-of-
command ceremony at Camp
Blanding Joint Training Center
on Saturday, June 26.
"General Titshaw's vast
experience, . expertise, and
wide-ranging service to our
state and country will ensure
the continued success and
effectiveness of our Guard
members," Gov. Crist said.
/ Titshaw is currently special
assistant to the chief, National
Guard Bureau, and Air
National Guard advisor to the
chief of staff, United States Air
Force. General Titshaw has
been a member of the Florida
National Guard for more than
40 years.
A graduate of Auburn
University, Titshaw enlisted in
the Florida Air National Guard
in May 1970 and was a
distinguished graduate of
undergraduate pilot training in
1972. He is a graduate of the
Air Command and Staff
College and the Air War
College.
He has served in a wide
range of command and staff
positions, including fighter
squadron commander, air
operations ' officer, 125th
Fighter Wing commander,
chief of staff for the Florida
Air National Guard, and
assistant adjutant general-air.


' During the 2005 hurricane
season, General Titshaw
- ' served as commander of the
Joint Task Force in Florida.
"Maj. Gen. Titshaw is an
outstanding National Guard
senior leader," said Gen.
Burnett. "He possesses
remarkable leadership skills
and a superb ability to
motivate others. His
experience as the Florida
Guard's Joint Task Force
commander during Hurricanes
Dennis, Katrina, Rita, and
Wilma have well prepared him
to lead natural disaster
Maj. Gen. Emmett R. response actions in support of
- Titshaw Jr. Florida citizens."
Titshaw has more than
SriSt nam es 17,000 flying hours and is
SCrist { nam es qualified in a variety of
STitshaw next military and civilian aircraft,
Ttshawincluding the F-15, F-16, F-
Sa utant 106, and the F-102. In
a jutantaddition to his military duties,
, General Titshaw served more
than 26 years as a commercial
Gov. Charlie Crist recently airline pilot. His military
-announced the selection of awards include the Defense
SMaj. Gen. Emmett R. "Buddy" Superior Service Medal,
j ~ . as thene 4 .� , r.ririu
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positions with the 125th
Fighter Wing and at the
Florida National Guard's Joint
Force Headquarters, including
chief of staff, Florida Air
National Guard and assistant
adjutant general-air.
"Gen. Burnett has been a
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, Guard men and women have
assisted Florida communities
in the aftermath of storms and
the earthquake in Haiti," Gov.
Crist said. "His unique ability
to gather resources where they
are needed in a quick and
effective manner is
unparalleled. His service to
our state and our country will
be missed."
A military command pilot
and a commercial airline pilot
for more than 22 years, Gen.
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20,000 flying hours in the T-
33, F-102, F-106, C-26, C-
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727, and McDonnell-Douglas
DC-10. A graduate of the
Command and General Staff
College and the Air War
College, his awards and
decorations include the Legion
of Merit, Meritorious Service
Medal, Air Force
Commendation Medal, and the
Florida Cross.
The adjutant general is the
governor's senior military
advisor and serves as director
of a state agency, the Florida
Department of Military
Affairs. The adjutant general
'is responsible for the training
'and operations of the Florida
'National Guard, Wvhich is
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The American Legion honor guard for Union County Post 153 recently conducted a
flag-folding ceremony at Brooker Elementary School. Honor guard members (l-r)
Leaman Alvarez, Seabie Rucker, George Barber, Rob Smith, Colan Coody and Ted
Barber first conducted the ceremony for safety patrol students, followed by a
presentation to all fourth- and fifth-grade students. Students were then given the
opportunity to ask the honor guard any questions they had regarding the
ceremony.


Good returns
after a year of
deployment
Army Spec. Timothy Ai Good
Jr. has returned to: Fort
Richardson "in Anchorage,
Alaska, after being deployed to
Afghanistan for one year.
Good is one of 3,500 mem-
bers of the 41' Airborne brigade
Combat Team, 25th Infantry Di-
vision stationed at i Fort
Richardson. Airborne . combat
team members included soldiers
assigned to one of six battalions
and regiments of the 25"' Infan-
try Division.
The airborne brigade !served
in three eastern provinces of
Afghanistan, which included the
Paktya,. Paktika and �Khost.
Some of the challenges the bri-
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poverty, unemployment, secu-
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resources and government insti-
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roads, provided vocational train-
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improved and re-opened 29
schools, remodeled six rpedical
clinics and improved thrpe dis-
trict courthouses. .
Good, a teamleader, is nor-
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Regiment. He has served in the
military for two years. HO is the
son of Timothy A. Good Sr. of
Gainesville, and Terri Douglas
of Lake Butler. He is a 2007
graduate of Union County High
School.

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and Army history, core values
and traditions. Additional train-
ing included development of
basic combat skills and battle-
field operations and tactics, and
experiencing use of various
weapons and weapons defenses
available to the infantry crew-
man.
Camplesi is the son of Gia-
como Camplesi Sr. of Keystone
Heights and Lisa Waters of
Melrose. He is a 2008 graduate
of Keystone Heights High
School.

Johnson
graduates from
AIT training
Army Pfc. Mark A. Johnson
has graduated from the Field
Artillery Firefinder Radar Op-
erator Advanced Individual
Training (AIT) course at Fort
Sill, Lawton, Okla.
Johnson learned to establish
and maintain radio and wire
communications, operate and
maintain firefinder radars and
associated equipment, construct
fortifications, bunkei-s,' and
crew-served weapons emplace-
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Smaintenance.on prime overs,
radar systemss . and related
equipment.
Johnson is the son of Richard
M. Johnson of Greer, S.C., and
the nephew of Eddie Higgin-
botham of Keystone Heights. He
is a 2009 graduate of Keystone
Heights High School.


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Army Pvt: Giacomo Camplesi
Jr. has graduated from! basic
infantry training at Fort Ben-
ning, Columbus, Ga.
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training, the soldier received"
training in drill and ceremonies,
weapons, map reading, tactics,
military courtesy, military jus-
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April 23.
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with a new twist, and L. Frank
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Lake Butler
councilman
Fletcher Myers
(center) and
City Manager
John Berchtold
present a "C.J.
Spiller Day"
proclamation to
its namesake.








SPILLER
Continued from Page 1B
Wow!"
As electrifying as Spiller is on
.the field, he was quiet and down
,to earth as he sat in front of the
.-congregation, discussing the
:things that are important in his
life for approximately 45 min-
utes. He talked of how important
he feels academics are, admit-
ting that as good of a football
-,player as he is, he will not play
-,forever.
"The good thing is I have an
.education to fall back on," said
Spiller, who earned his degree at
,.Clemson in December.
. Spiller admitted he didn't al-
ways feel so strongly about
.work in the classroom, but hav-
.ing to miss playing football his
* seventh-grade year because he
was academically ineligible
changed that.
"That was one of the most dif-
;ficult times I've ever gone
through," he said. "All .my
friends were out thdee playing. I
was sitting in the stands."
Spiller talked about the impor-
tance of building relationships
with the right people. Surround
yourself with good people who
-have the same mindset as you
and the same goals as you can
.prevent trouble down the line,
lie said.
Not every athlete-Lespecially
at the professional level-does
'"that. Maxwell talked - about
�ftim'e in the 'NFL aihd how play-
:ers have a knack for getting into
trouble, which prompted him to
ask Spiller, "What is it you're
'going to do to make sure you
don't get involved in those types
of activities, and when we turn


on ESPN, we're only going to
see highlights, not lowlights?"
Spiller answered he would
surround himself with good
people and get to know the sur-
rounding community in which
he would be playing, familiariz-
ing himself with the good spots
and the bad spots, and then
avoiding the bad spots.
If he does something wrong,
that casts a negative light on
Lake Butler, Spiller said. He
said he wants to do a as 'good a
job as he can of representing the
city, its people, his family and
his church.
"It just .comes down to sur-
rounding yourself with good'
people and just having a great
relationship with God," Spiller
said.
Spiller's deceased grand-
mother, Nettie Pearl Allen, was
one such good person who
helped him establish the rela-
tionship he has with God today.
She meant so much to him that
he talked about her first when he
addressed the congregation.
"I. loved her dearly," Spiller
said. "She's the one who got me
to where I am today. She taught
me a lot of things about how to
show people respect, but the
main thing she taught me is to
love God."
It was Allen who got him
started in everything, Spiller
said. She signed him up for Pop
Warner football. She attended
all of his games, rain or shine.
Allen was like another
mother, Spiller said. She disci-
plined him and taught him to do
right, which. was why it was so
hard for Spiller to understand
why God allowed her to die in
2001. It took a while, but Spiller
said he finally figured out God


took his grandmother so she
wouldn't have to suffer any-
more.
Figuring out why God does
the things he does or why he
allows certain things to happen
can be difficult at times, but
Spiller talked of how his rela-
tionship with God is such that he
just accepts what God tells him
to do, knowing that in the end
everything will work out. It was
God who told Spiller to go to
Clemson when most people had
him pegged for either Florida o0
Florida State.
Spiller talked of taking his of-
ficial visit to Clemson. As he sal
in his room, he said God spoke
to him, telling him Clemson was
where he was to spend the nexi
four years of his life. The expe-
rience "freaked" him out at first.
but Spiller said he just accepted






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a time.in which
family mem-
bers shared
their thoughts -
on Spiller and
offered their
congratula- "
tions. ".


the fact that Clemson was where
he was supposed to go.
"That's when I knew my rela-
tionship with God was becom-
ing stronger," he said. "He was
starting to speak in my life."
Still, Spiller found himself
frustrated after Clemson's bowl
game his freshman year. The
Tigers were playing Kentucky,
which had one of the weakest
run defenses in the country.
Sounded like the perfect oppor-
tunity for Spiller and backfield
mate James Davis to run wild,
but the two had only five carries
between them.
"I was furious after that
game," Spiller said.
He thought seriously about
transferring to Florida, but after
much prayer, God placed a con-
viction on his heart to honor the
four-year commitment he made
to Clemson-a commitment he
was led by God to make.
"For me to break a vow like
that, I just felt like that would be
.me turning my back on God,"
Spiller said.
It was that same conviction
that led Spiller to return for his
senior season instead of entering
the NFL early, but he suffered a
turf toe injury during his first
game as a senior. He thought
about sitting out the rest of the
season to allow his injury to
heal, but he said God told him
he would be healthy enough to
play every week and that the
injurywould not get worse.
Despite not being able to
practice during the week leading
up to games and having to get a
shot in his toe the day of each
game.'Spiller went on to have a
memorable season, compiling
2,670 all-purpose yards-an
ACC record. He became the


first-ever ACC player to gain at
least 1,000 yards rushing and
500 yards receiving in a season."
"It's crazy how after my worst
injury ever, I had my greatest
season ever at Clemson," Spiller
said.
Spiller's willingness to obey
God and the strfgtth of the rela-
tionship he has forged with God;*
made quite the impression on
University of Florida running
backs coach Stan Drayton, who
recruited Spiller when he was in
high school. Spiller did not go to
Florida, but Drayton maintained
a relationship with him and even
spoke at the April 18 service.
"I really had an opportunityto
know this young man inside and
out," Drayton told the :Victory
Christian Center congregation'.
"I was really, really impressed
with the spiritual maturity he
possessed at such a young age."
Drayton, who has NFL coach-


ing experience, warned Spiller
that the NFL is a "nasty". busi-
ness, but added Spiller's rela-
tionship with God is his shield.
"Keep using it," Drayton said.
Spiller assured the cohgrega-
tion he would remain the same
person they've known and
watched grow up.
"My life's going to change,"
he said, "but I won't change."
The service concluded with
Lake Butler City Manager John
Berchtold and city councilman
Fletcher Myers presenting
Spiller with a framed proclama-
tion designating April 18 as
"CJ. Spiller Day."
It may have been his day, but
Spiller said the people of Lake
Butler deserve credit, too, for
the success he has achieved.
"I just want to thank everyone
for coming out," Spiller said. "I
couldn't have done it by my-
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Letters to the Editor


Letter from a

frustrated citizen
Daf" Editor:
On Saturday *4p il 17, my
two grandsons and I attended a
spring fling at the RJE Complex.
It was for the better part of the
day a very pleasant social gath-
.ering; softball games, vendors,
and good friends I had not seen
in a while. I did not agree totally
with the music because of some
of the language. Aside from that,
it was an enjoyable afternoon.
The next morning, I learned
of a disturbance that erupted and
the fling was shut down. I left
,before the fighting began and I
do not know who or what started
it. Some people blame the youth
and young adults, some people
blame the police for the manner
in which they handled the dis-
turbance. I stayed at the fling for
3 � hours. During that time, I
saw only one officer. Should
there have been more officers
.for such a large crowd? Chief
Johnson can answer that ques-
tion.
As I stated before, I do not
know who or what started the
disturbance. What I do know is
black youth and young black
adults have a problem interact-
ing, be it at RJE, the fairgrounds
or in the streets.
What is the cause of so much
anger? Why is there hostility
between our kids and young
adults? Is it poverty? Lack of
education, jobs, drugs, self-
respect or all of the above? It
would be easy to play the race
card and blame someone else,
butI am not. That would change
the focus from ourselves, and
it's our own selves we have to
blame.
We have to take the blame for
our dropout rate, we have to take
the blame for allowing drugs to
flourish in our communities.
Who can we blame for the ne-
glect of our property? Hanging
out on corners littering our
streets, not getting involved with
our children' activities. This is'
not to say that black folk are not
trying to make a difference, be- "
cause some of us are- trying
really hard to make a change
happen, but it is being over--
shadowed by petty and stupid
things that bring the wrong kind
of attention.
Make no mistake about this.
When you are called a nigger, I
am being called a nigger, too.
Come on people. We can do
better. Respect yourself, educate
yourself, learn how to do some-
thing that you can earn a living
I at. Don't be afraid to ask for
help. Help is available if you are
sincere in your effort to improve
yourself. Let's stop cussing,
fussing and fighting. It only fu-
els our problem.
Charles Cunningham
Starke


Thank you,

Bradford County
Dear Editor:
Thank you, Bradford County
and surrounding areas. You are
an awesome and loving commu-
nity! There are so many good
and generous people living here,
and we really don't get the acco-
lades that we deserve.
On Friday, April 16, the BHS.
'-Class of 1977, along with family
'and friends sponsored a chicken


and rice dinner fundraiser to
help pay for classmate, Cindy
Bunnell Barattiero's insurance
premiums. Cindy has cancer, is
taking chemo,. and is unable to
work. Over 620 dinners were
sold plus numerous donations
when people learned that we had
sold out. With all of your help,
her insurance premiums are se-
cure for a time.
Special thanks goes to Barry:
Whitehead and crew for donat-
ing his time for preparation and
cooking. To Steve Thomas and
Lawrence Mosley for assisting.
Thanks goes to the Western
Steer Steakhouse and American
Paper Co. for their donations.
Thanks to the Bradford County
Telegraph for publicity. Thanks
to the BHS band and director,
Jonathan Hall, who were awe-
some with constructing the
plates and getting boxes to cars
for deliveries. We couldn't have
done it without ya'll! Thanks to
the BHS administration for al-
lowing them to participate in
this very worthy cause. Thanks
to all the businesses, people, and
classmates that helped, bought,
donated, allowed employees to
work, and to people that took
their time off to assist in this
project. A special callout goes to
Clay Electric in Keystone for
buying 76 dinners alone. Thank
you!!
This is what a purposeful life
is all about; helping those that
are in need. We do God's work
in this community, as we also
found out during the tornado in
January. It is great to live in a
place where we take care of our
neighbors. Be proud, Bradford
County. You're awesome! Oh,
and by the way, the BHS class
of 1977 rocks!!!
Eoline Green Under/till
BHS Class of 1977

Help for the

unemployed
Dear Editor:
I have been unemployed for a
long period of time. They tell
.me .that. I am not a person in
need and that I am not eligible


because my kid does not live
with me 100 percent of the time.
So, I guess that someone that
has their kid 100 percent of the
.time is more important than me
and my kid. That is the way it
sounded.
So, being a little upset, I
jumped online, and started look-
ing up the laws for EEO (Equal
Employment Opportunity) and
found this one: SEC-2000e-2
(section 703) of the Unlawful
Employment Practices.
B: Employment agency prac-
tices
"It shall be an unlawful em-
ployment practice for an em-
ployment agency to fail or re-
fuse in refer for employment or
otherwise to discriminate
against, any individual because
of his or her race, color, religion,
sex or national origin or to be
classified."
Now, I have heard that they
may remove the part three of the
requirements. But people are
still going to be classified by the
amount of income and house
size. I think that everyone that is
laid off should have the right to
apply for any of these jobs. A lot
of people are getting turned
down, just like me. They have
been laid off for long periods of
time. So we are going to be left
out in the cold with this deal.
Plus, with no more money com-
ing in for extending Unemploy-
ment Compensation again, a lot
of families are hurting. When a
program gets started like this
one, it should be for everyone.
This is a federally funded pro-
gram. Under this program, the
State of Florida is getting $200
million from the U.S. Depart-
ment of Health and Human
Services to help some people get
back to work. I guess they are
the ones that came up with the
crazy and unlawful eligible re-
quirements.
There is a problem with this
program and it needs to be fixed
as soon as possible. That way,
everyone will have a chance at
getting a job before it is too late.
Thank you,
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Letters to the Editor 1'..


Public schools

must benefit our

children
Dear Editor:
I read with interest in this
week's paper a letter from the
Bradford High School principal
and an advertisement from our
Bradford County school superin-
tendent.
Having four children who fin-
ished high school in Florida
schools, the last in 1982, I have
had great concern about the
quality of education in all of our
schools, both public and private.
I also believe that the education
tax money that I have had to
continue to pay has not ever
been used to the best benefit of
our children.
I do not believe that our chil-
dren receive the education that
,they need and deserve to func-
tion in today's world. The vast
increase in private schools
throughout the state and espe-
cially in our little county should
scream loudly as to what has
happened in our public schools
and I don't believe the situation
can be corrected until improve-
ments can be shown to both the
children and the parents of chil-
dren who attend schools in this
county.
I don't believe that just
wealthy parents are sending
their children to private schools,
I 'believe the parents, both of
whom are working, send their
children to schools where they
believe the child will be safe and
receive the best available educa-
tion.
If public school leaders expect
to draw our children back to
public schools, parents must be
clearly shown that their child
can be motivated and inspired to
excel in the school that he or she
is attending.
The parent must be shown
that the dropout rate is as low as
it can possibly get, that the child
is protected and cared for from
portal to portal, that bullies are
handled quickly and firmly and
those charged with sex offenses
are isolated where they cannot
offend any further, that the
teacher is of the best quality and
the quality of service is meas-
ured by excellent independent
qualified people and that tenure
is no longer used as a substitute
for excel lenee: ........
The parent .must be .shown
that the child will receive as
good or better education in our
public schools than anywhere
else. As taxpayers, we should
expect no less.
Malcoln Hill
Starke


Thanks for the

inspiration
Dear Editor:
What a wonderful testimony
to what the spirit of all Ameri-
cans should be as related in the
April 6 article by Summer Wil-
liams on former Keystone stu-
dent, Joshua Guerrero.
To be attentive to instruction,
to be aware of your surround-
ings, to be loyal to your com-
panions as well as to your coun-
try, to be courageous in the face
of danger, to be committed to
the task at hand, to be compas-
sionate when given the opportu-
nity, and lastly, to believe in
change by showing kindness to
people, one person at a time.
These qualities are to be ad-
mired in this young American.
Thank you for sharing an in-
spirational story.
Sincerely,
Mary Jo Mickler
Grandin


Clean up was a
success
Dear Editor:
First and foremost, all glory to
God Almighty for His goodness
in bringing together our com-
munity to clean our town of
Lawtey. Thank you to all the
citizens of Lawtey who partici-
pated in our community clean-
up on Saturday, April 10. The
cooperation and willingness
exhibited throughout the morn-
ing not only made picking up
litter fun, but also produced a
sense of wellbeing. One of the
children participating stated, "he
would never litter again." What
a positive response from our
next generation.
Thanks to our officials, Mayor
Jimmie Scott and County Com-
missioner Ross Chandler for
their continued assistance
throughout the planning and
completion of this project. We
also would like to thank Jackson
Building Supply and Hodges


Construction for providing nm.,-'.
terials for the event. Addition-'
ally, we would like to thank;
Mayor and Mrs. Jimmie Scott
for providing, preparing and=
serving lunch.
Thanks again to all who par-=
ticipated and let's continue toS
keep our community beautiful.
Rochelle Williams and
Sheila Hodges
Lawtey residents


Scam or junk
mail
Dear Editor:
When four family members }
received correspondence from
SC Services and Associates. Inc.
in Lake City about two weeks'.
ago, this Notice of Non-
Compliance had the appearance*
of a scam or junk mail.
Since none of us had ever re-
ceived a bill from Emergency
Medical Services as listed, we
did not consider this a legitimate
bill. However, when calling the
phone number listed, I was in-
formed that I owed the amount
of $889 to Bradford EMS for,,
services dated Sept. 6, 2006.
When inquiring the amount of
the actual bill, I was given a .,.
figure of $635. This indicates
that $254 is being charged for
negligence of the Bradford EMS
to send me a bill.
Upon reading in the April 8 ,-.
issue of the Bradford County
Telegraph of the unpleasant ex-
perience of James Buehne at a
county commission meeting, it1
is apparent that the county has
done a disservice to many re- 1.
spected citizens by trying to
have the EMS bills paid through .
threatening correspondence
from a collection agency.
It will be interesting to find,,
out what rectification is made
for this improper method of col-
lecting. Only the collection
agency is profiting by this mis-
management.
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Thursday, April 22, 2010 * Telegraph, Times & Monitor B Section 5B


Social Announcements


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'* Deanna.Waters and
- Zedric Mm titt

Waters, Merritt

.to wed April 24
Deanna Waters and Zedric
Merritt, both of Lake Butler,
announce their engagement
and upcoming wedding.
The bride-elect is the
'daughter of Bobby and Janet
Waters of Lake Butler. She
graduated from Union County
High School.
The groom-elect is the son
of Randy .Merritt of Lake
Butler and Twilla Roberts
Massingill. He graduated from
South Lake County High
School.
The wedding will take place
on Saturday, April 24, 2010, at
4 p.m. at the home of Tedd and
'Jean Waters, off S.R. 100 on
Waters Road in Lake Butler. A
reception will follow at the
same location. All friends and
family are invited.

Hannon,

Norman to wed

April 24
Timothy and Dianne
Hannon of Starke and Connie
Hannon of Gainesville
announce the upcoming
marriage of their 'daughter,
Jeanna Danielle Hannon, to
Joseph Hamilton Norman III,
son of Nadine and Carlton
Faulk of Worthington Springs
and Joe Norman of Raiford.
The wedding is planned for
Saturday, April 24, 2010, at 5
p.m. at Fellowship Baptist
Church in Raiford. A reception
will immediately follow the
ceremony at the Circle S
Lodge in Lake Butler. All
friends and family members
are invited to attend the
ceremony arid feeptibti. "-
Thpe , bride-qlect.. .s , the,
granddaughter of Mark and
Carolyn Hannon of Portville,
N.Y., Jesse and Marie Tyre of
Lake Butler and Gene and
Lucille Noegel of Starke. She
is a 2003 graduate of Union
County High School and a
2009 graduate of Saint Leo
University. She is presently
teaching first grade at Lake
Butler Elementary School.
The groom-elect is the
grandson of Joyce Norman of
Raiford, David and JoAnn
Brierton of Crawfordville and
Harry and Patricia Bumgarner
of Lake City. He is a 2002
graduate of. Union County
High School, and is employed
as a personnel services
specialist at the Department of
Corrections Region II
Personnel Office.


Henley, Rose to
wed April 25
Chris Henley and Marc Rose
announce the approaching
marriage of their parents,
Everett Henley and Blanche
Rose.
The event will be April 25 at
2 p.m. on Griffis Loop at the
home of Pauline and Ed
Randolph, the bride's sister
and brother-in-law.
All friends and relatives are
invited to attend. For
information or directions,
please call 904-364-7159.


Janell Rooney and
Orman "John" Graham


Rooney,-
Graham to wed

May 15
Janell Rooney of Lake
Butler and Orman "John"
Graham of Lake City
announce their engagement
and approaching wedding.
The bride-elect is the
daughter of James and Cynthia
Rooney of Lake Butler. She is
a graduate of Union County
High School, and St.
Petersburg College with
degrees in criminal justice,
crime scene investigation, and
computer related crimes. She
is also a graduate of the Lake
City Law Enforcement
Academy. She is currently
working on completion of a
bachelor's degree in public,
safety administration and
making plans for a master's
degree in uriinoigi j4,Rooney"-
is ermpldo.d by, the Union
"County' Sheriff's Office.
The groom-elect is the son
of Pauline Graham of Lake
City and the late Orman A.
Graham. He is a graduate of
Columbia County High
School, and has served eight.
years in the U.S. Army. He
graduated from the Lake City
Corrections Academy and the
Lake City Law Enforcement
Academy. Graham is
employed by Convenience
Lube, Inc.
The wedding is planned for
May 15, 2010, at the Lake
Butler Church of Christ with a
reception to follow at the
church. It will be by invitation
only.


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Cindy Darlene Crawford
and
Shawn Keith Andrews

Crawford,

Andrews to wed,

May 20
Cindy Darlene Crawford of
Lake Butler, and Shawn Keith
Andrews of Raiford, announce
their engagement and
approaching wedding.
The bride-elect is the
daughter of Darryl and Darlene
Crawford of Lake Butler. She
is a graduate of Union County
High School and Lake City
Community College, and is
currently attending the
University of Florida. She is
employed by Chastain
Jewelers in Lake City, and is a
member of Old Providence
Baptist Church.
The groom-elect is the son
of Keith and Sheila Andrews
of Raiford. He is a graduate of
Union County High School
and Lake City Community
College. He is a manager at
Hardee's in Lake Butler and is
a member of Old Providence
Baptist Church.
The wedding will be held
May 20, 2010, at 7 p.m. at the
Worthington Springs
Community Center, with a
reception to follow at the same
location.


Melissa Morse and
SRobert Rehberg II


Morse, Rehberg

to wed May 28
Melissa Morse of High
Springs and Robert Rehberg II
of Starke announce their
engagement and upcoming
wedding.
The bride-elect is the
daughter of Ron Morse of
High Springs and Margie
Morse of Williamsport, Pa.
She attended Santa Fe High
School.
The groom-elect is the son
of Bobby and Angle Rehberg
of Starke. He attended
Bradford High School.
The wedding will take place
on Friday, March 28, 2010, at
the home of Billy and'Norma
O'Steen of Providence. A
reception will follow at the
same location.


meeting this

Saturday
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.

Sheila Miller

Bike Poker run is

this Saturday
The second annual Sheila
Miller Bike Poker Run is sched-
uled for this Saturday, April 24,
with all proceeds benefiting the
American Cancer Society's Re-
lay for Life.
Registration takes place at 9
a.m. at Walgreens in Keystone
Heights. Cost is $10 for single
riders and $15 for double riders.
Kickstands go up at 10 a.m.,
with riders traveling 92.5 miles
from Walgreens in Keystone to
the the Walgreens stores in
Middleburg, Macclenny 'and
Starke before returning to Key-
stone.
For more information, please
call Nick Nagle at 904-504-
2568.


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to support May

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The Kingsley Kruizers, a bi-
cycle team that competes in the
Jacksonville Tour de Cure, a
fundraiser for the American
Diabetes Association, has sev-
eral fundraisers planned in
preparation for the annual event,
which will be held May 22-23.
On Thursday, April .29, a
fundraising dinner will be held
at the Starke Golf arid Country
Club from 5:30 p.m. until 7:30
p.m. Diners may eat in or take
out. The menu will consist of
chicken tetrazzini, green beans,
salad, tea and desserts.
Tickets are $12 and may be
purchased at the Bradford 'High
School media center during
school hours or from any King-
sley Kruizers team member.
A yard sale will be held Sat-
urday, May 1, at 1619 Raiford
Road beginning at 7 a.m.
Kingsley Kruizer team mem-
bers are Christie Torode (team
captain), Ryan Carter, Brittany
Cooper, Norma Cox, Joe Cox,
Shelley Luke, Josh Luke, Kait-
lyn Luke, Danny Luke, Darlene
Padgett, Guy Padgett, Jake San-
som, Renae Sapp, Jamie Sapp,


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Kale Waters and Tom Whaley.
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may call Torode at 904-966-
1002, or e-mail her at '.
bhstorode@yahoo.com.
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LAWTEY-Debra Jean Starling
Anderson, 53, of Lawtey, died
Monday, April 19., 2010, in
Shands at the University of
Florida. Mrs. Anderson was born
on Sept. 26, 1956, in Starke to
Richard Eugene and Mary Lou
Wolfe Starling. She was a lifelong
area resident.
Mrs. Anderson was a
homemaker and a member of
Northside Baptist Church. She
was preceded in death by her
daughter, Heather Anderson, and
her sister, Tammy Cowart.
She is survived by: her husband
of 29 years, Phil S. Anderson of
Lawtey; children, Joshua Tillman
of Baldwin, and Tiffany Anderson
of Lawtey; her father, Richard
(Margay) Starling of Jacksonville;
her brother, Ricky Starling of
Jacksonville; and her
grandchildren, Jarrett and Tessa
Caulk.
Funeral services for Mrs.
Anderson will be held on
Thursday, April 22, 2010, at I
p.m. in the Dewitt C. Jones Chapel
in Starke with the Rev. Larry
Finley officiating. Interment will
follow in Lawtey Cemetery.
Arrangements are by Jones-
Gallagher Funeral Home of
Starke.
PAID OBITUARY

Prissy Caverly
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-Prissy
Caverly, 67,of Keystone Heights,
died suddenly Sunday, April 18,
2010, at Shands UF in Gainesville.
Caverly was born in
Jacksonville on Jan. 9, 1943, and
has been a lifelong resident of the
area. She was a homemaker and a
member of the First Baptist
Church of Keystone Heights. She
loved to work with her flowers in
the yard, and loved playing the
piano.
Caverly is preceded in death by
her father, Robert L. McClure Jr.
She is survived by: her husband of
48 years, Guy Caverly; their
children, Robbie (Tammy)
Caverly of Cartersville, Ga. and
Heidi Caverly of Keystone
Heights; a grandson, Aubrey
Caverly; and her mother, Mary D.
McClure-Thomaston of Keystone
Heights.
A memorial service was held on
April 21 at 11 a.m. in the First
Baptist Church of Keystone
Heights with Pastor Jim Prose and
Pastor Buster Appling officiating.
Visitation was at 9:30 a.m. at the
church. Arrangements are under
the care of Jones-Gallagher
Funeral Home of Keystone
Heights.
.PA............ID.OBITUARY

Jean Daniels
STARKE-Lou "Jean" Faircloth
Daniels, 77, of Starke, died
Saturday, April 17, 2010, in
Jacksonville. She has lived in
Starke since 1979 after moving
from Jacksonville.


8, 1921, in Willow Grove, Pa. to
the late Herman and Ida
Harrington Scott. Prior to moving
to Keystone Heights in 1984 from
Pennsylvania, Mrs. MacNeill was
a retired administrative assistant
for an architectural company and
also worked in the war industries
during World War II. She is also a
member of the Park of the Palms
Church.
She is survived by: her son,
Daniel MacNeill of Columbia,
S.C.; and one granddaughter,
Gwen MacNeill.
Graveside services were held
on April 16. In lieu of flowers, the
family is asking for contributions
to be made to the Park of the
Palms Assisted Living Facility,
706 Palms Cir., Keystone Heights,
FL 32656. Arrangements are
under the care of Jones-Gallagher
Funeral Home of Keystone
Heights.


Hedgesville, W.Va.; four
grandchildren, five great-
grandchildren,-and two nieces.
In lieu of flowers, the family
requests that contributions be
made to Hospice or the
Alzheimer's Association.
Arrangements are under the care
of Forest Meadows Funeral Home.
PAID OBITUARY


Daniels was born on April 27,
1932, in Vidalia, Ga. to the late
Jack and Willa J. Stephen
Faircloth.
Mrs. Daniels was of the Baptist
faith and attended Kingsley Lake
Baptist Church. She was preceded
in death by her husband, Cecil
Judson Daniels.
She is survived by: her
daughters, Deborah (Rick) Bass.of
Jacksonville, and Barbara (John)
Woodham of Starke; three sisters,
Mary Sellers of West Palm Beach,
Josephine Hall of Black Creek,
Ga., and Joyce Maxwell of Vero
Beach; a brother, Larry Faircloth
of Savannah, Ga.; five
grandchildren, Shawn (Elizabeth)
Bass and Brian (Cheynne) Bass,
all of Jacksonville, Michael
Woodham, Jonathan (Liz)
Woodham and Kirstin Woodham,
all of Starke; and six great-
grandchildren.
A viewing was held April 19
from 5-7 p.m. at the Jones-
Gallagher Funeral Home of
Starke. Funeral services were held
April 20 at I p.m. in Kingsley
Lake Baptist Church with Pastor
Robbie Best officiating. Interment
will follow in Kingsley Lake
Cemetery. In lieu of flowers,
contributions may be made to the
National Kidney Foundation of
Florida, Inc., 1040 Woodcock Rd.,
Suite 119, Orlando, FL 32803-
3510. Arrangements are under the
care of Jones-Gallagher Funeral
Home of Starke.
PAID OBITUARY

Vickie Kirchaine
STARKE-Vickie Gail
Kirchaine, 60, of Starke, died
Sunday, April 18, 2010, at her
son's residence.
Mrs. Kirchaine was born on
March 23, 1950, to the late R.L.
Thomas and Ruth Alldredge. She
had been a lifelong resident of
Starke. She was employed by
Bradford Styles.
She was preceded in death by
her parents, and her sister, Annette
Crane. She is survived by: her son,
Joseph Richard Kirchaine of
Interlachen; her brother, Dale
(Teresa) Taylor of Live Oak; her
sister, Shelia Forsyth of Port
Orange; and her four
grandchildren.
Services will be held at a later
date. In lieu of flowers, donations
toward the funeral bill would be
appreciated. Arrangements are
under the care of Archie Tanner
Funeral Services of Starke.

Ruth MacNeill
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-Ruth
Scott MacNeill, 89, of Keystone
Heights, died Tuesday, April 13,
2010, at the Willey Manor
Assisted Living Facility in the
Park of the Palms.
Mrs. MacNeill was born Nov.


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residence. Mrs. Spivey was born
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the late Oscar Adams and Corene
Barefoot Adams.
Moving from the St. Petersburg
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been a member of the Bradford
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Bethel Baptist Church and was a
correctional officer at Union
Correctional Institution for 30
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She enjoyed spending time with
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Atlanta Braves fan. She also
enjoyed fishing, reading, planting
flowers, traveling and watching
country music on television. She
was preceded in death by her
sister, Willene Harrell.
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husband of 53 years, Bill Spivey
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(Dennis) Dowling of Lake Butler
and Lisa (Travis) Hattaway of
Raiford. She is also survived by
her brother, Marvin (Lucille)
Adams of Dade City; her sister,
Louvenia Joiner of Warner
Robins, Ga.; and grandchildren,
Zachary Dowling, Kelsey Brooker
and Brody Brooker.


Services will be held on
Thursday, April 22, at 11 A.m. at
First Baptist Church of Starke,
with Brother Wailon Haston and
Pastor Jason �Cain officiating.
Interment will follow at Crosby
Lake Cemetery. Family will
receive friends on Wednesday,
April 21, from 6-8 pm. at Archie
Tanner Funeral Services.
Arrangements are under the care
of Archie Tanner Funeral Services
of Starke.
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The family of Bridget Ann
Starling would like to
express our gratitude to
the Bradford County
community for all the
love, support and
contributions that have
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Charles Eugene Cole, 29 James Vincent Griffis, 29
Heis5'10",160 pounds, with He is 5'3", 125 pounds, with
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violation of probation for an There are three active war-
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original charge of criminal mis- tionofprobation.Theprobation
chief. The other is for failure to tion of probation.The probation
was related to original charges
appear in court for an original of domestic battery, worthless
charge of domestic battery. checks and driving while li-
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charge was set at $4,000. If ar- If arrested, he will be ordered
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Two Starke men were
arrested April 14 for burglary
and other charges after they
allegedly broke into a home on
Sampson Lake and then fled
the scene in a stolen boal.
Randall Wayne Moody, 33,
of Starke was charged with
burglary of an unoccupied
structure,- grand theft firearm,
possession of marijuana within
200 feet of a school and
possession of drug
paraphernalia.
Charles Edward Allen, 47,
of Starke was charged with
burglary, of an unoccupied
structure, larceny, possession
of marijuana within 200 feet of
a school and possession of a
weapon by a convicted felon.
Bradford County Sheriffs
Office Deputy Johnny Pons
arrested Moody and Allen at a
home in Starke. Five weapons
were recovered from the home,
including at least one that was
allegedly removed from the
Sampson Lake home.
When they were arrested,
the 'men were at a home near
Bradford High School and
were allegedly in possession of
marijuana.
Total bond for Allen was set
at $85,000 and he remained in
jail as of press time.
Total bond for Moody was
set at $71,000 and he also
remained in. jail as of press
time.

Man

burglarizes
home--twice
Michael James Massey, 25,
of Starke was arrested April 19
by Bradford County Sherriff's
Office Sgt. Robert Lyons after
he allegedly took items from
the victim's home on at least
two different occasions in
March and April.
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Massy stole several items from
the home and then pawned the
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dealing in stolen property and
two counts each of burglary,
fraud and larceny. Total bond
was set at $80,000 and he
remained in jail as of press
time.

6 arrested at
community
event
Six people were arrested
April 17 when a disagreement
escalated into an altercation at
the Spring Fling .community
event in the Reno area of
Starke.
Officers from the Starke
Police Department responded
to reports of an altercation and
arrested the five men and one
woman.
William Aldridge, 30, Sim
Oliver Crum, 33, Simon
Lenard Mitchell, 41, and
Ellorandzro Powell, 29, all of
Starke, were charged with
disturbing the peace. Bond for
each man was set at $1,000
and each man w'as released on
bond April 18.
George Lekreshian Bennett,
19, of Starke was charged with
disorderly conduct, resisting an
officer without violence and
trafficking in cocaine. Total
bond was set at $52,000 and he
was released on bond April 18.
Shaqueta Antoinette Searcy,
18, of Green Cove Springs was
charged with battery on a law
enforcement officer, resisting
an officer with violence and
disturbing the peace. Total
bond was set at $11,000 and
she remained in jail as of press
time.

Recent arrests
in Bradford,
Clay or Union
The following individuals
were arrested recently by local
law enforcement officers in
Bradford, Union, o.r Clay
(Keystone Heights ' area)
counties:
Charles Anthony Arnett, 18,
of Starke was arrested April 14
by Bradford County Sheriffs
Office (BCSO) deputies for
aggravated battery. Bond was
set at $10,000 and he remained
in jail as of press time.
Matthew Robert Barnhart,
22, of Lawtey was arrested
April 12 by Lawtey Police
Department (LPD) officers for
battery. Bond was set at
$1,000 and he was released on
bond April 13.
Jackie Holt Baugess, 45, of
Starke was arrested April 18
by BCSO deputies for battery.
Bond was set at $1,000 and
she was released on bond April
19.-
Joe Luis Cireol, 24, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
April 13 by BCSO deputies for
violation of probation for an
original felony charge. Bond
was set at $10,000 and he
remained in jail as of press
time.
Rodney James Geiger, 24, of
Starke was arrested April 18


by BCSO deputies for burglary
of an unoccupied structure and
criminal mischief with
property damage. Total bond
was set at $20,000 and he
remained in jail as of press
time.
Emily Ivette Gonzalez, 33,
of Starke was arrested April 18
by Starke Police Department
(SPD) officers for failure to
appear in court for an original
misdemeanor charge. Bond
was set at $5,000 and she
remained in jail as df press
time.
Larry Darnell Highsmith,
51, of Starke was arrested
April 19 by SPD officers for
failure to appear in court. Bond
was set at $4,000 and he
remained in jail as of press
time.
Aquiles Leonard Jackson,
39, of Starke was arrested
April 16 by BCSO deputies for
possession of cocaine,
possession of less than 20
grams of marijuana and
possession of drug
paraphernalia. Total bond was
set at $17,000 and he was
released on bond April 17.
Harold Lamar Johnson, 32,
of Starke was arrested April 13
by BCSO deputies for
aggravated assault. Bond was
set at $1,5,000 and he was
released on bond April 14.
Stephanie Michelle Kirby,
31, of Lake Butler was arrested
April 15 by Union County
Sheriff's Office (UCSO)
deputies for child neglect
without great harm. Bond was
set at $1,000 and she was
released on bond April 16.
Adrienne Leigh Knea, 25, of
Starke was arrested April 14
by SPD officers for retail theft.
Bond was set at $5,000 and
she remained in jail as of press
time.
Terry Eugene McBride, 21,
of Starke was arrested April 16
by BCSO deputies for two
counts each of burglary of an
unoccupied structure and
larceny. Total bond was set at
$70,000 and he remained in
jail as of press time.
Pamela Biles New, 46, of
Hawthorne was arrested April
13 and booked into the
Bradford County Jail for
violation of probation for an
original felony charge. Bond
was set at $5,000 and she was
released on bond April 14.
Jessica Aileen O'Reilly, 27,
of Ft. White was arrested April
13 by BCSO deputies for
violation of probation for an
original felony charge. She
was released on April 14.
Christopher David Plemons,
22, of Starke -was arrested
April 12 by SPD officers for
driving while license is
suspended or revoked. Bond
was set at $500 and he was
released on bond April 13.
Carl Ashley Rowe, 28, of
Hampton was arrested April 13
by BCSO .deputies for
violation of probation for an
original felony charge. Bond
was set at $10,000 and he
remained in jail as of press
time.
Jeffery Charles Sipprell, 21,
of Pahokee was arrested April


14 by SPD officers for
burglary of a strUcture,
larceny, criminal, mischief with
property damage and failure to
appear in court for an original
misdemeanor charge. Total
bond was set at $25,000 and tle
remained in jail as of press
time.
Daniel John Varnes, 31, of
Starke was arrested April 15
by SPD officers for battery and
assault. Total bond was set at
$10,000 and he remained in
jail as of press time.
Virginia Christine Wright,
40, of Starke was arrested
April 14 by SPD officers for
violation of probation for an
original felony charge and
resisting an officer without
violence. Bond was set at
$1,000 for the resisting charge.
She was being held on no bond
for the probation violation. She
remained in jail as of press
time.
Curtis Ashton Pierce, 20, of
Lake Butler was arrested April
-13 by UCSO Capt. H.M.
Tomlinson on a warrant for
violation of probation for an
original felony charge. He was
released on his own
recognizance.
Gary Charles Powell, 29, of
Lake Butler was arrested April
15 by UCSO Capt. Tomlinson
on a warrant for failure to
appear in court for an original
misdemeanor charge. Cash
bond was set at $200.75.
Ethan Etienne Anderson, 30,
of Raiford was arrested April
16 by UCSO Capt. Tomlinson
on a warrant for failure to
appear in court for an original
misdemeanor charge.
Vertince Green, 23, of Lake
Butler was arrested April 16
by UCSO Major Garry Seay
on a warrant for failure to
appear in court for an original
misdemeanor charge. Bond
was set at $4,000.
Jeffery Keith Andrews, 50,
of Lake Butler was arrested
April 14 by UCSO Deputy
Carl Hanlon for aggravated
assault.
Melanie Newman, 39, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
April 17 by Clay County
Sheriff's Office (CCSO)
deputies for possession of less
than 20 grams of cannabis
(marijuana) and contempt of
court.
William Wesley, 34, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
April 18 by CCSO deputies on.
warrants for simple assault and:
disorderly conduct.
Alvin Henley, 59, of Lake:
Butler was arrested April 19
by CCSO deputies for DUI;
and possession of a
prescription drug without a.
prescription.
John Beltran, 29, of
Keystone Heights was arrested-
April 14 by CCSO deputies on
a warrant for failure to appeal .
in court.
April Greene, 19, of.
Keystone Heights was arrested
April 14 by CCSO deputies on.
two counts of burglary to a
dwelling.
Charles Hensel, 30, of
Keystone Heights was arrested.
April 14 by CCSO deputies on
two counts of burlgary to a
dwelling.
Virginia Padgett, 28, of
Starke was arrested April 14
by CCSO deputies on warrants
for three counts of obtaining
property with a worthless
check.



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
177'h 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.


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Union County's
Bryan Holmes
sprints ahead
of the pack in ,
the 100m dash .,
t the District 3- eg /, "
Class 2A finals ,
at Bradford'
High School on .. .
April 15. He
won the event
as well as the A
200m dash.

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Tigers capture 4 district track


and field championships


._BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Bryan Holmes won two
events and played a part in an-
other win as the Union County
.boys' and girls' track teams
combined to win four champi-
onships at the District 3-Class
2A finals, which were held April
15,.at Bradford High School in
Starke.
In all, Union has a total of 10,
athletes who will compete-
individually or as part of a relay
tearp-in the Region 1 finals
t1-' T"-d v , A lI3 Pt the


Justin Tyson
(foreground)
takes the baton
from Koydric
Simmons dur-
ing the 4x100m
relay. The
team, which
also consisted
of Bryan
Holmes and


tis h riday, April/ al ,atme Josh Tyson,
Bolles School in Jacksonville at placed first.
11 a.m. The top four finishers in
each event at the District 3 meet
earned the right to advance. i .
Holmes won the 100m and
200m sprints with times of
10.98 seconds and 22.21 sec-
onds. Suwannee's Kavier Perry seconds. The team also con- Yulee's Tevin Thompson
finished second in both events sisted of Koydric Simmons, Josh the girls' discus with a thr(
with times of 11.20 seconds and Tyson and Justin Tyson. 133'5", while Fort White'
22.74 seconds. Union's fourth district cham- phonso Legree cleared 6'6
It was Holmes' second pionship was earned by girls' win the boys' high jump.
straight district'championship in team member Samantha Cook in Union girls' team me
the 200m. the shot put(38' 11.5"). Shakeylia Griffin also earn
The boys' 4xl00m relay team, Cook and Holmes also each second-place finish, crossing
which was anchored by Holmes, earned a second-place finish, line in the 400m in 1:04.53.
repeated as district champ, Cook's was in the discus with a Griffin teamed up with C
crossing the line with a time of throw of 88'1", while Holmes' eron Lee, Khadijah Jones
43.12 seconds, while Suwannee was in the high jump with a
was econd-withla-time ol~4- -jump o0"5' I1'". *. . - . - SeeiTIGERS page



Bradford boys, girls will


compete in 7 regional events


: BY CLIFF SMELLEY
regional News/Sports Editor
Jimmy Hankerson won one
evfet and helped. the 4x800m
relry team place first as well as
Bradford had .boys' and girls'
athletes qualify for the regional
finals in seven events after their
performances at the District. 3-
Class 2A finals on April 1-5. in.
Sturke.
liankerson won the 800m
with a time of 2:06.34, while
teaming up with Andy Merrill,
Co(e Whitehead and DeVontre
Edpnonds in the 4x800m relay
for' a first-place time of 9:01.30.
Fo0t White's Rontavius Gates
placed second behind Hankerson
in the 800m with a time of
2:06.34. Bradford finished ahead
of Suwannee, which had a time,
of 9:06.58, in the 4x800m relay.
the top four finishers in each
eveht qualified for the Region I
finals, which will be held on
Friday, April 23, at 11 .m. at
the Bolles School in Jackson-
ville.
Edmonds was the member of
another regional-qualifying re-
lay team. He teamed up with
Diopte Simmons, Isaiah Jamison
and Earl Johnson for a second-
place finish in the 4x400m really
withl a time of 3:38.83. Suwan-
nee placed first with a time of
3:38.79.
James Shannon earned a run-
ner-up finish as well with a
throw'of 127'8" in the discus,
finishing behind Yulee's Cam-

See BHS page 9B



Correction
Stacy Lloyd, who went 3-for-
4, hit a two-run triple that pro-
pelled the Union County base-
ball team to a 6-4 win over
iradford in extra innings on
April 6. It was reported other-
,vise in last week's issue.
The final score was also mis-
r e aorted.
We apologize for the errors.


Christina Jor-
dan qualified
for the regional
finals in two
events for
Bradford. At
the district
meet, she was
runner-up in
the 800m and
third in the
1600m.


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tures district title

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to regional finals
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Four members of Keystone
Heights girls' track and field
team, including high jump dis-
trict champion Liz Wheeler, will
compete in the regional finals
along with boys' team member
Nathan Buchanan after their
performances at the District 5-
Class 2A finals, which were
held April 16 at Matanzas High
School.
The top four finishers in each
event qualified for the Region 2
finals, which will be held
Thursday, April 22, at 1 p.m. at
Lake Highland Prep in Orlando.
Wheeler cleared 5'3" in the
high jump for her second con-
secutive district championship in
the event. She bested runner-up
Taylor Dutcher of Clay by 3
inches.
. Buchanan finished as district
runner-up in the 800m for the
third straight year with a time of
2:06.82. Ponte Vedra's Marcus
Martinez won the event with a
time of 2:04.30.
Girls' team., members Kayla
Goodwin and Madison Colaw
earned third-place finishes in the
800m and 3200m, respectively.
Goodwin had a time of 2:36.52,
finishing behind Matanzas run-
ners Christine Marcano and
Hannah Loder, who had times of
2:33.21 and 2:33.25, respec-
tively. Colaw had a time of
13:25.71, with Marcano and
Loder taking the top two spots
in that event as well with times
of 12:45.61 and 12:48.41.
The 3200m race at the re-
gional finals will feature another
Keystone runner in Emily
Schaul. She placed fourth be-
hind Colaw with a time of
13:32.33.
Christina Brantley just missed
out on qualifying, placing fifth
in the 800m with a time of
2:36.68. Lauren Gin of Nease
earned the event's final spot
with a time of 2:34.57.
The girls' 4x800m relay team
of Good% in. BranileN.. Schaul
and Ale\a Good" in also just
missed qualify. ing "ith a fifth-
place fminli. -The -ieam had- a-
time of 11 01.90 to finish behind
fourth-place finisher Cla\.
which had a time ofI 11:00.'4.
Cola\ and Ale\a Goodin
earned si\th and ninth-place
finishes, respecti'el\, in the
1600m with times of 6:09.72
and 6:31.67.
Also competing for the Key-
stone girls were Cheyenne Sin-
gletary, who had a time of 16.06
seconds in the 100m, and Ray-
chel Trimble, who had a time of
2:51.50 in the 800m.
Eric- Webb competed in three
events for the boys' team: 100m
(12.92), 400m (1:02.91) and
800m (2:26.76).
Udell Anderson competed in.
the 100m (13.31), while Parker
Ro.llins and Louis Rodriguez
competed 'in the 800m and
1600m, respectively, finishing
with times of 2:34.95 and
5:28.05.

/


'Big 6' awards

presented at

KHHS football

banquet
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Chase Chambers earned three
of the "big six" awards at the
Keystone Heights High School
football banquet, which was
held Feb. 21.
Chambers received the Larry
Bradley Sportsmanship and
Gary Cooper Leadership awards
as well as the Outstanding Scho-
lastic Award.
Shane Jennings and Jonathan
Stanley both received Outstand-
ing Senior awards, while Kyle
Williams received the Kip
Boutte Most Determined Award.
The Jody Briggle Most Im-
proved Award went to Trevor
Crews.
Players who were named to
the Florida Athletic Coaches
Association all-district team for
District 5 were recognized. Ryan
Latner was a first-team pick at
wide receiver, while Stanley,
Seth Green and Reggie Thomas
received honorable mention.
Latner was also a first-team
Clay Today all-county selection,
along with Chambers at defen-
sive back and Stanley as an of-
fensive lineman. Thomas and
Williams were named to the
second team at the running back
and defensive line positions,
respectively,, while Jennings and
Brantley Lott received honor-
able mention.
Gainesville Sun all-area selec-
tions were also recognized.
Those players were featured in a
previous Telegraph-Times-
Monitor story.
Head coach Chuck Dickinson
thanked the "Super Chief" cor-
porate sponsors for making the
banquet a success and for spon-
soring pre-game meals this past
season: Capital "City Bank, Dr.
Steve Chapman DDS, Genesis
Fitness Inc., Helen Hersey Re-
alty, Johnny's Bar-B-Que and
Catering, Keystone Auto Parts,


Keystone Building Center/True
Value, Keystone Tile, M&S
Bank, Roberts Insurance, South-
ern Wholesale Homes, Starling
Family Dentistry, Taylor and
Taylor, Town and Country Vet-
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Realty and "a devoted fan."



SFC Upward

Bound program

hosts BHS

alumni game

Saturday
Santa Fe College's Upward
Bound program will present an
"old school vs. new school"
basketball game this Saturday,
April 24, at 7:30 p.m. at Brad-
ford High School.
Bradford players from years
past will take on current varsity
players and guests. The alumni
team will consist of current
Bradford head coach Traavis
Chandler, Adrian Chandler,
Marvin Davis, Timmy Flowers,
Chris Holmes, Martella Moore,
Rob Norman, Japan "Opie"
Ruise and Dannerius Sheffield.
Tickets are $3 in advance and
$5 at the door. Tickets may be
purchased in advance from an
)Upward Bound student or
LaMiriam Johnson. You may
also call 352-395-7357.
Donations toward the Upward
Bound. program will also be
accepted and greatly appreci-
ated.
Upward Bound provides sup-
port to high school students pre-
paring for college admission and
graduation. It provides opportu-
nities for students to succeed in
their pre-college performance
and in their higher-educational
pursuits.
The program is offered to
first-generation college students-
and/or low-income students. The
goal is to increase the rate stu-
dents complete secondary edu-
cation and enroll and graduate
from post-secondary educational
institutes.


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Thursday, April 22, 2010 * Telegraph, Times & Monitor B Section 9B


Garlo just missed out on a re-
gional berth in the 3200m, fin-
ishing fifth with a time of
15:49.49.
Hannah Ricker also competed
for the girls' team in the 3200m
(19:10.53), while the following
competed for the boys' team:


Andy Merrill earned a
regional berth for Brad-
ford after placing fourth
in the 3200m.


BHS
Continued from Page 88B

cron Ponder, who had a throw of
133'4".
Girls' team member Christina
Jordan qualified for the regional
finals in two events. She was
runner-up in the 800m with a
time of 2:43.27 and third in the
1600m with a time of 6:14.90.
Yulee's Katherine Davis edged
Jordan out in the 800m with a
time of 2:36.83, while Fort
White's Sydni Jones and Su-
wannee's Linsey Michal fin-
ished ahead of her in the 1600m
with times of 5:59.68 and
6:12.21.
Edmonds will also compete
for the boys' team as an individ-
ual at the regional finals after
finishing fourth in the 800m
with a time of 2:1l.95. Merrill
earned a fourth-place finish as
well with a time of 11:36.81 in
the 3200m.
Merrill almost qualified in the
1600m as well, placing fifth
with a time of 5:03.56. Santa
Fe's William Herring edged him
out for the last regional berth
with a time of 5:00.81.
Girls' team member Kayla


Simmons in the 400m (58.38),
Whitehead in the 800m
(2:27.09), John Gillenwaters in
the 1600m (5:28.79) and 3200m
(13:10.04), Hankerson in the
long jump (19'), Shannon in the
shot put (35'7") and Gary Jones
in the shot put (10'6.5").


Buzz Buster workshop


set for April 28 in BC


A workshop on mosquito con-
trol will be held at the Bradford
County Extension Office on
Wednesday, April 28, from 6
p.m. until 8 p.m.
Although mosquitoes are an-
noying, they-like other in-
sects-are amazing creatures.
For their size, they possess the
strength of comic book charac-
ters. The way they transform
themselves (metamorphosis) is
as entertaining as a good science
fiction story. Who hasn't mar-
veled at how a butterfly emerges
from a cocoon? Did you know
mosquitoes go through an
equally interesting metamorpho-
sis as well?
Come to the workshop and
learn about this amazing and
dangerous insect. Program top-
ics and speakers include: Mos-
quitoes Are Cool, An Overview
of Bradford County's Buzz
Busters, and Public Health and
the Mosquito: a Florida, USA
and Worldwide Prospective by
Bradford County Extension
Agent Jim DeValerio; Identifi-
cation of Local Mosquitoes and
Home Mosquito Management
by Buzz Buster volunteer Bill
Schirrmacher; and An Overview
of Bradford County Mosquito
Control by Benny Jackson.
This workshop will also serve
as the kickoff event to officially
launch the 2010 Bradford
County Buzz Buster Mosquito
Control program. What are the,
Buzz Busters? The Buzz Busters
are a volunteer group of citizens
of all ages that help Bradford
County Mosquito Control by
monitoring ,mosquito popula-
tions in the county. The Buzz
Busters have been busting mos-
quitoes for seven years and are
supported by many agencies,


including the Bradford Soil and
Water Conservation Board,
Bradford County Mosquito Con-
trol, Bradford County Extension,
University of Florida-
Integrated Pest Management,
University of Florida Medical
Entomology Laboratory and
Bradford County schools.
What do the Buzz Busters do
exactly? The volunteers use
modern trapping techniques to
monitor the adult and juvenile
mosquito populations within
their assigned zones from May
to October. The trapped mosqui-
toes are used in a variety of
ways. First, if a body of water
has a large enough population of:
mosquito larvae, then they are
treated using eco-friendly insec-
ticides. Second, if enough adults
are collected, the county is noti-
fied about the high population
and will go out and spray insec-
ticides to kill the flying adults.
The Buzz Busters are using a
pest control strategy called lhte-
grated Pest Management. Using
such a strategy means you col-
lect the most information :about
the pest and then treat in the
most environmentally efficient
manner.
Volunteers are needed. Vol-
unteers ate being recruited for
the 2010 mosquito season. Try
something new. Come out and
join the Buzz Busters.
There is no registration fee for
the workshop. Please call 904-
966-6299. to RSVP. This is es-
pecially important so we have
enough educational materials
printed.


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TIGERS
Continued from Page 8B

Courtney Klein in the 4x100
relay, which the Tigers placed
third in with a time of 52.83
seconds. Suwannee and Santa Fe
were first and second, respec-
tively, with times of 53.32 and
52.49.
Jones and Klein earned third-
place finishes in two field
events. Jones had a distance of
30'6" in the shot put to finish
behind Yulee's Thompson, who
had a distance of 38'6", while
Klein jumped 14'10" in the long
jump, finishing behind Santa
Fe's Korina Coe (15'0.75") and
West Nassau's Sydney Bledsoe
(14'10.75").
Lee will compete at the re-
gional finals as an individual
after her fourth-place finish in
the 100m (13.42). Lareesa Jack-
son will also compete in the
discus after placing fourth with a
throw of 80'6".
Boys' team member Simmons
will compete in the regional
finals as an individual after plac-
ing fourth in the 100m with a
time of 11.45.
Union also got a sixth-place
finish from girls' 4x400m relay
team (Griffin, Jackson, Doris
Walker, Natalie Powell), which
had a time of 5:27.32. Boys'
team member Thomas Webb
was eighth in the 100m (11.92),
while Prince Alexander was
ninth in the 800m (2:26.27).
Justin Tyson was ninth in the


DRAFT
Continued from Page 1B
Banks is not alone. ESPN
draft expert Mel Kiper Jr.,
CBSSports.com senior writer
Pete Prisco and
NFLDraftScout.com senior ana-
lyst Rob Rang all have Spiller
going to the Jaguars.
"Jack Del Rio needs to win to
save his job," Rang wrote.
"Owner Wayne Weaver has a
club that is struggling to sell
tickets. A potential solution to
both problems could be adding
the electric Spiller to pair with
Maurice Jones-Drew. The lethal
one-two punch would ideally


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Samantha Cook
(top) and
Lareesa Jack-
son will com- .
pete in the dis-
cus at the re-
gional finals.
Cook will also
compete in the
shot put after
winning the .
district cham-
pionship in the
event. -



long jump with a distance of
19'2.25", while Demonte Giv-
ens was ninth in the shot put
(36'2.5").
Girls' team member Lashae
Mitchell competed in the 100m
(13.83), while the boys' team
.had the following performances:


protect a below-average passing
game by creating a dominant
running game."
Like Banks, Prisco believes
Jacksonville wants Pierre-Paul,
but will draft Spiller if Pierre-
Paul is gone.
"Hey, they love running the
football," Prisco wrote.
Kiper believes that as a run-
ning back only, Spiller is only a
second-round talent. What
makes him a first-rounder, Kiper
said, is his all-around game.
In an April 7 story by USA
Today's Gary Mihoces, Kiper
said, "Spiller, to me, is the all-
purpose .dynamo that a Reggie
Bush was, that a Felix Jones
was. He gives you so many di-


Webb in the 200m (24.94),-
Quinten Johnson in the 400m
(59.62), Jaylin Mock in. the shot
put (32'11") and discus (72'8"),
tIivens in the discus (68'7") and
Alexander, Johnson, Josh Tyson
and Brodrick Myers in the-
4x400m relay (4:01.40).


mensions and so much versatil-
ity as a runner, receiver, return
man--.noLjust a kickoff returned,
but a punt returned. To me, he"
can do all those things and give
you that all-purpose yardage and
be a great decoy when he's in
the game, just like Reggie Bush
is at New Orleans."
Wherever Spiller lands, it will
be a dream-come-true.
"I'm very grateful I'm in this
position," he said at Victory
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10B Teiegraph, Times & Monitor B Section * Thursday, April 22, 2010


Barrett pitches

team's 8-3 win

over Gators
Kasey Barrett, a Bradford
High School graduate, gave up
five hits and two earned runs in
helping the Florida International
University softball team defeat
fourth-ranked Florida 8-3 on
April 20 in Gainesville.
Barrett (15-8) also allowed
four walks, while striking out
fopr in her 13'. complete game
of the season as Florida Interna-
tional improved to 30-15.
The win marked Florida In-
ternational's first win over a
ranked opponent this season and
the program's first-ever win
over a top-five opponent.


Bradford caps

regular season

with 9-3 win
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Ashley Cruce drove in four
runs, while Kiki Strong and
Kayla Tucker went a combined.
5-for-8 as the Bradford softball
team capped the regular season
with a 9-3 win over Fort White
on April 15 in Starke.
Fort White scored a run in the
top of the first, but the Torna-
does scored three in the bottom
half of the inning and never
trailed after that. Strong, who
was 3-for-4, led off Bradford's
half of the first with a double.
Tucker, who was 2-for-4, fol-
lowed- with a single. Ashley
Johnson drove in Strong with a
double, while Tucker scored on


a ground ball by Macy Winkler.
Cruce then drove in her first run
of the game, laying down a bunt
on a squeeze play that scored
Johnson.
Bradford (12-9 prior to April
21) went up 5-1 in the second as
Cruce hit a two*run double.
Tucker and Tricia O'Quinn
each drove in a run in the third
to make the score 7-1.
Bradford scored its final runs
in the sixth. The Tornadoes
loaded the bases, with Strong
and Tucker each hitting a single,
while Johnson drew a walk.
Winkler grounded out to second
to drive in a run, while Cruce
drew a walk with .the bAses
loaded to force in a run.
Cruce, Johnson, O'Quinn and
Brittany Hall each went l-for-3.
Starting pitcher Alexis Sprig-
gle earned the win, giving up
seven hits and striking out five
in five-and-two-thirds innings.
Prior to playing Fort White,
the Tornadoes hosted P.K.
Yonge, losing 6-1 on April 13.
Leanna Norman drove in Brad-
ford's only run with a double.
That scored Winkler, who
reached on an error and ad-
vanced on a single by Cruce.
Hall was the only multiple-hit
batter, going 2-for-3 with a dou-
ble.
P.K. Yonge scored a run in
the second, but had the chance
to score more. The Blue' Wave
loaded the bases with no outs
and scored a run on a ground-
out. Two straight infield pop-
Ups, though, ended the inning
with P.K. Yonge leading just 1-
0.
Bradford tied the game in the
� bottom of the inning on Nor-
man's double, but an error in the
too of the third allowed the Blue


Wave to score two runs and go
up 3-1.
The Tornadoes played Union
County this past Tuesday in the
District 4-3A tournament, but
the game was postponed in the
bottom of the seventh due to
rain with Bradford leading 7-6.
The game was finished after
press time on Wednesday, April
21.


Indians cap busy

week with 4

straight wins

BY BRUCE HARVIN
Special to the Telegraph-Times-
Monitor
As reported in last week's edi-
tion, the Keystone Heights' soft-
ball team began its final week of
regular-season play with a 5-0
victory against the Blue Waves
of P.K. Yonge.
The Indians wasted no time in
securing yet another victory on
the following night against their.
in-county rival Clay. Keystone
had beaten the Blue Devils 4-3
in front of a Keystone crowd
earlier in the season, but stepped
it up a notch with an 11-3 win
against the Blue Devils in Green
Co� e Springs on April 13.
Freshman Pitcher Kelsey Wa-
ters added another mark in her
win column by striking out five,
walking two and giving up three
-runs in seven innings. She also
had the offensive highlight of
the game with an inside-the-park
grand slam.
Waters finished the game 3-
for-4 at the plate, while Emily
Breton and Chelsea Harvin were
2-for-3 and 2-for-4, respectively.
The Indians picked up a third


win of a four-game week against
Class 5A Fleming Island. Key-
stone led the entire game after
starting the first inning with a'
Harvin bunt and a first-inning
score, reminiscent of the previ-
ous season in which the Indians
began the game with Fleming
Island in the same fashion be-
fore losing 2-1 in extra innings.
Not to be repeated this season;
the Indians finished with a 6-2
victory behind the strong pitch-
ing performance of sophomore
Amber Skipper. Skipper (10-4)
finished the game with 11
strikeouts, two walks and six
hits.
Harvin finished the game 2-
for-3 at the plate, while junior
second baseman Chandler Sin-_
gletary finished went 2-for-4.
Skipper, Waters, Kayla Walker
and Taylor Semione all added
hits, with Waters hitting another
home run, this time over the
fence in right center.
The Indians' final regular sea-
l:on game was played April 16,
wrapping up a long week of
softball for the ladies. Not to
disappoint the home crowd, the
Indians routed the visitors from
Ridgeview 10-0 in a five-inning
game.
In addition to this being the
last regular season game, it was
also Senior Night. Kim Brown
was honored before the game as
the only senior on the roster.
She started the game in right
field and made a spectacular
running catch in the first inning.

Harvin led the offense, going
4-for-4 from the plate, with
three stolen bases and two runs
scored. Recording two hits each
were Singletary and junior
catcher Cortney Casas.


Waters (7-2) was the winning
pitcher, recording three strike-
outs, while giving up only one
walk and two hits.
The Indians, who finished the
regular season at 17-6, were
.scheduled to play Interlachen
this past Tuesday in the District
4-3A tournament, but the game
was postponed until Wednesday,
April 21, due to rain.



Union softball

team loses 11-6

to Chiefland

BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Visiting Chiefland scored
eights runs in the second en
route to handing the Union
County softball team an 11-6
loss on April 15.
Union (8-9) committed 11 er-
rors, but did get a total of eight
hits from batters Ashlyn Harden,


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Chelsie Hersey, Jordan Spitze
and Jordan Windham. Hersey
was 2-for-4 with a double, while
the other three batters were each
2-for-3 with an RBI. Harden and
Spitze each had a double, while
Windham hit two.
: Prior to the loss, the Tigers
got five RBI from Harden in a 6-
4 win over visiting Hamilton
County on April 13.
Harden was 2-for-2 with a
double, while Hersey and Spitze
were each 2-for-4.
Hamilton had a total or five
hits off of pitchers Ciara--Thfrn-
ton and Taylor Nettles. Nettles,
who entered the game in the
fourth in relief of Thornton,
earned the win to even her re-
cord at 2-2.
The Tigers played Bradford
this past Tuesday in the District
4-3A tournament, but the game
was postponed in the bottom of
the seventh due to rain. The
game, which Union trailed 7-6,
was finished after press time on
Wednesday, April 21.


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


S45 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.
1 ACRE ON HIGH & dry,
oak trees, ready for home
or mobile home. Asking
$11,500. Call 904-631-
3594.
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
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.
HORSE FARM MELROSE
large stone home, 2100
sq. ft.+ 5 acres, large
barn. Reduced from
$849K to $199K, + 19
acres only $900 an acre.
Call 352-475-1599.
SECLUDED 3BRi2BA on
1 acre, only 1 mile from
Starke. New roof, A/C,
paint, carpet & flooring,
kitchen and vanities.
Owner will consider fi-
nancing. Call 352-494-
6051.
3BR/2BA JIM WALTER
on 4.5 acres, 95% fin-
ished, 904-966-7918, SR
16 West, past Conerly
Estates, wooded area,
$175,000, 1800 sq. ft.
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.
USED SKYLINE 14 x 80,
3BR/2BA, very clean,


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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 have all 2010
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
driveway, landscaping,
porch, & much more.
Gotta see, $4500 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 386-365-4774.
3/2 ON 2 ACRES, only $520
a month, pall Nathan
Welsh for details, 386-
623-7495 or e-mail me
nathan.a.welsh@gmail.


HELP FOR VICTIMS that
lost their homes to the
storm. E mail greenmola-
dy@aol.com or Pat Riley
at 386-344-5024 days.
3.3 ACRES WITH 2280
Sq. Ft. 3BR/2BA manu-
factured home, $89K.
Gadara Rd: access, Key-
stone Heights, call Jim at
727-667-3109.
FIVE MOBILE HOMES in
LakeJButler: three 2-bed-
rooms and two 3-bed-
rooms. Buy 6ne or buy
all. Buyer must move. Call
386-496-2398 or 352-
745-6523.
OWNER FINANCED Super
nice 2BR/2BA DW. Berber
carpet, sun room, car-
port, utility room, fenced,
on paved road In Key-
stone Heights. .66 acres,
payments of $735 with
$2,000 down. Call 352-
359-3572
TIRED OF PEOPLE ADD-
ING $10,000 to ads.
Westgate Homes has a
28 x 52, 3BR/2BA brand
new for $39,995, includes
like you see model, A/C,
skirting, and steps. Call
Bubba at 352-378-2453.
TIRED OF PEOPLE ADD-
ING $10,000 to ads.
Westgate Homes has a
28 x 52, 4BR/2BA brand
new for $39,995, includes
like you see model, A/C,
skirting, and steps. Call
Bubba at 352-378-2453.
HOME ON LAKEVIEW,
older home, remodeled,
nice lot, fenced back yard,
city water, Clay Elect.
Utilities, $22,900 firm. Call
904-364-9022.
50 For Rent
RENTAL SPACE LOCATED
next to Starke Post Office.
Has potential to build out
for offices or retail. $550
per month. Call John ai
904-964-6305.
HOMES located in Starke
and Keystone Heights.
2BR/1BA in good neigh-
borhoods. Extra clean,
all maintenance Includ-
ed, small pet considered.
Rents; $475 up to $650
per month, deposits
based on rental history
and/or job references.
Call 352-473-5214.


WE HAVE 2 OR 3 bedroom ing. First, las
MH, clean, close to prison. $650 per month
Call 352-468-1323. 781-8547.
SPECIAL 1 MONTH RENT HALF MOON
FREEI Nice, newly reno- acres, 2BR/1l
vated 2 & 3 BR mobile ., shop building
homes in Starke/Lake * fenced, CH/A,
Butler. Deposit required. erences reqi
Call 678-438-6828 or 352-317-5880.
678-438-2865. 2BR/1BA MH
WHISPERING OAKS ton Lake area
APARTMENTS "Spring month, first, las
Special" 3BR/2BA only it. Call 352-461
$559 per rdn~ilth. Secu- 2BR/1BA MH I,.
"YttbffiYposnttMtaf,(with orntvo peopi
average credit). Washer area, outside
& dryer hook-ups, pool, $475 per mor
computer room, fitness discount. Cal
center, walking distance 8218.
to school& pets welcome 3BR/2BA SW
Call 904-368-0007. BUTLER near
smoking, servi
STARKE, APT, 2BR/1 BA sit only, $550 p
down kitchen/appliances, $250 security
living room, washer/dryer, - References rei
screened back porch, CH/ 386-496-2288
A, window coverings. Year 2BR/1 BA TRAIL
lease, $550 per month, vate lot, close
1st, last & security. Call near lake. $40(
Dixon Rentals at 352-588- dep. For more
0013 for application, call 904-964-7
1BR/1BA OUTSIDE STARKE 3BR/2E
STARKE, city limits, $400 side city limits
per month, first month & month plus del
deposit. Call 904-891- 235-6319.
6779.
IN STARKE 2BR/1 BA apart- Key
ment. Newly remodeled, y
new appliances, w/w car-
pet, CHIA, very clean, Handy
close to schools, service
animals only, references,
$400 per month, (1st,
last, security). Call 904- -oFMRepa*
966-1334. *PremneWas
4BR/2BA, LR, DR, den, *Oddjobs
front & back porch, two .W
carports. 7002 SE 219th *anlW
Terrace, Hawthorne FL, *GardEaRowb
32640. Rent $695, de- *Lioeed&l&
posit $600. Call 352-226-
9220 or 352-475-5533.
2BR/1BA.ON LAKE GENE-.
VA. Heating, AC, kitchen
equipped, storage build-______


t, deposit,
th. Call 04-
LAKE 2.5
BA house,
I, partially
deck, ref-
lired. Call
IN Hamp-
. $450 per
it, & depos-
38-3510.
sal Ior ,:ne
city limits.
nth. Senior
I 904-964-
IN LAKE
r RMC. No
Ace animals
er month,
y deposit.
quired. Call
ER on pri-
e to town,
0 rent, $200
information
865.
BA SW out-
, $500 per
p. Call 352-


DWMH FOR RENT- newer
MH, Keystone Heights.
3BR/2BA, eat in kitchen,
has W/D hookup in a util-
ity room, all new carpet,
very nice. $695 month
plus deposit. Call 904-
571-4264.
3BR/1.5BA HOUSE at 470
Dove Street, Keystone
Heights. W/D hookup,
stove, refrigerator, Key-
stone Schools. $695 +
$600 deposit Call 352-
.'47.5--55.33 oi 352-226-
9220.
TRAILER IN COUNTRY
SW, 2BR/1BA, fresh
paint, new carpet, mini
blinds throughout, H &
A, wood deck, nice yard,
quiet area. Ideal for 1
or 2 persons. 11083 SE
49th Ave., Starke. $400 +
deposit. Senior discount.
Call 352-468-1093 or
904-571-6561.
3BR/2BA SWMH, CH/A,
W/D hookup, stove, refrig-
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12B Telegraph, Times & Monitor B Section * Thursday, April 22, 2010


Lott homer caps

Keystone win

over Iroquois
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Brantley Lott hit a three-run
home run to end the game in the
bottom of the sixth and give the
Keystone Heights baseball team
an 11-1 win over visiting Iro-
quois (N.Y.) on April 19.
Lott went 3-for-4 as the Indi-
ans (15-5 prior to April 20) had
f2 hits overall. Chase Cham-
bers, who scored twq runs, also
went 3-for-4, while Jeff Stad-
nicki and Tyler Jolley went 2-
for-3 and 2-for-4, respectively.
Jolley drove in a run.
Robbie Rossano earned the
win on the mound, giving up
one run off of one hit. Trevor
Crews, in relief, allowed three
hits. Each pitcher had three
strikeouts.
Prior to playing Iroquois, the
Indians put together a 2-1 week,
which was capped by a District
4-3A win over Bradford (see
related story).
The week began with a 7-1
win over Buchholz on April 13
in Gainesville in which Key-
stone, by design, used six pitch-
ers.
Stadnicki earned the win,
while Crews, Rossano, Chris
Frakes, Ryan Latner and Austin
Tabler also pitched. They held
Buchholz to one hit, which was
a double in the first off of Stad-
nicki.
That double helped the Bob-
cats take a 1-0 lead, but Key-
stone scored three in the bottom
of the second and two in the
third. A home run by Cole Stan-
ford in the seventh pushed the
last two runs across.
Stanford finished the game 3-
for-4 with three RBI and two
runs scored. Tabler was 2-for-3
with a double and two RBI,
while Chambers .was 2-for-4
with two runs scored.
Keystone had 10 hits against
the Bobcats and put together 11
in an April 15 road game against
Palatka. The Indians, however,
scored only four runs in a 7-4
loss .
Zach Lambert drove in all but
one of Keystone's rusn, going 2-
for-2 at the plate. Crews was 2-
for-3 with a double, while Lott
and Stanford were 2-for-3 and 2-
for-4, respectively.
The Indians, who played
Gainesville this past Tuesday,
will wrap up the regular season
on Thursday, April 22, with a
home game against Clay at 7
p.m. Keystone will then play in
the District 4-3A tournament
(see related story).


Triple play ends

scoring threat in

Indians' 4-2 win

over Tornadoes
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
..Regional News/Sports Editor
Bradford seemed to be in
good position to possibly send
the game into extra innings with
two runners on with no outs in
-the bottom of the 'seventh, but
Keystone Heights turned a triple
play to end the game and earn a
-4-2 District 4-3A south baseball
win on April 16 in Starke.
The Indians finished regular-
season district play undefeated
(8-0) when center fielder Ryan
Later snagged a rocket line
drive hit by Bradford's Ryan
McKeown. Chris Mejias, who
led off the inning with a single,
and Kyle Aparicio, who'walked,
were caught off their respective
bases as they were running with
the hit.
Keystone capped an unde-
feated run through the regular-
season district schedule with the
win, finishing with an 8-0 re-
cord, but had to overcome an
early 2-0 deficit to do so.
Bradford's Ryan Crawford led
off the bottom of the first by
drawing a walk off of Keystone
pitcher Michael Rothwell.
Crawford moved to third on a
sacrifice bunt by Tyler Yowell
and a ground out to short by


Jackson Eaves. A single by Nick
Johnson brought him home to
put the Tornadoes up 1-0.
Crawford, who drew a walk in.
all three of his plate appear-
ances, scored the second run of
the game as well. With one out
in the bottom of the third, he
drew a walk, stole second on an
error and moved to third on a
groundout to short. Eaves had an
infield hit to third base, but an
error on the ensuing throw al-
lowed Crawford tO score.


The Indians tied the score in
the fourth. Tyler Jolley and
Brantley Lott hit back-to-back
singles with one out, followed
by a walk given up to Trevor
Crews to load the bases. A line
drive up the middle by Latner
allowed one run to score, while
another scored on an errant
throw on a pick-off attempt at
first.
Zak Davis hit a double into
left field to plate another run for
Keystone in the top of the fifth.
The Indians increased their lead
to 4-2 in the sixth when Austin
Tabler, after Chris Frakes led off
the inning with a walk, hit a run-
scoring single into right field.
The game featured no multi-
ple-hit batters as Rothwell and
Bradford's Yowell allowed a
total of 10 hits in complete-
game performances. Rothwell
gave up four hits and struck out
four, while Yowell gave up six
hits.

Seven Rivers

game is more

than a win for

Union County
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Stacy Lloyd settled his team
down with a solid pitching per-
formance as the Union County
baseball team overcame a 3-0
deficit to defeat visiting Seven


Rivers Christian 6-4 on April
17, but the game was more im-
portant than simply the Tigers'
fourth win in the past five
games-it raised money for the
American Diabetes Associa-
tion's Tour de Cure and the
Leukemia Research Foundation.
More than $1,300 was. raised-
for the two organizations
through admissions, concessions
and a home run derby that fea-
tured 23 participants.
"It was a big success," Uhion
head coach Brian Tomlinson
said.
Home run derby winner Dus-
tin Roberts, a Union County
High School graduate who holds
the school record for home runs
in a single season, donated his
winnings-$115-back to the
cause.
Tomlinson. and assistant coach
Lamar Waters wish to express
their thanks to all who supported
the event. Tomlinson said it is
fundraiser the program defi-
nitely ivants to host every year.
As mentioned earlier, the day
also concluded with a 6-4 win
for the Tigers. After falling be-
hind 3-0 in the first, Lloyd en-
tered the game in relief of start-
ing pitcher Colby Andrews.
Lloyd allowed one run over six
innings.-
"He did a great job," Tomlin-
son said. "He just kept them to
ground-ball outs and pop-ups in
the infield."
Freshman Kyle Shealy en-
tered the game late to. earn his


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first career varsity save.
Union (10-9 prior to April
20) scored a run each in the first
and second innings before tak-
ing the lead Nwith two runs in the
fourth.
Taylor Chastain was able to
plate a couple of runs with a
base hit. The Tigers got extra-
base hits from Thomas Cason
and Austin Harden, who each
had a double, and Sean McRae,
who had a triple.
McRae finished the game 2-
for-2.
The win capped a 3-1 week
for the Tigers, which began with
a 12-2 win over District 4-3A
south opponent Crescent City on
April 13 in Crescent City. Cason
hit his fifth home run of the sea-
son and drove in two runs, going
2-for-4. Lloyd and Josh Griffis
each drove in a run, going 2-for-,
3 and 2-for-4, respectively,
while Harden went 3-for-4 with
a double. Miles Willis also hit a
double.
Cason earned the win on the
mound, giving up three hits and
striking out five.
The win gave the Tigers a 4-4
district record, putting them in a
tie for second place with Inter-
lachen in the regular-season
standings.
Union struggled offensively in
its next outing-a 14-1 loss to
visiting Williston on April 15.
The Tigers had five hits,
which Tomlinson said just
doesn't cut it against a good-
hitting team like Williston.


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"You're going to have to hit
with them or you're going to get
run out of the park," Tomlinson
said.
Union had only two more hits
than it had against Williston in
its next outing, but two were
home runs by Harden and Ma-
son Dukes, accounting for a
total of five runs in a 7-1 win
over Newberry on April 16 in
Newberry.
Harden broke a 1-all tie with a
three-run homer, while Dukes,
who was 2-for-3, later added a
two-run shot.
Chastain, who' was 2-for-2,
drove in a run as well.
Pitchers Cason and Willis al-
lowed a combined three hits.
Cason earned the win to even
his record at 4-4.
The Tigers played Santa Fe
this past Tuesday and will cap
the regular season by hosting
P.K. Yonge on Thursday, April
22, at 7 p.m. Union then plays in
the District 4-3A tournament
(see related story).


Baseball district

tournament

starts Saturday

at UCHS
Bradford, Keystone Heights
and Union County will begin
their quests for a regional play-
off berth when the District 4-3A
tournament begins this Saturday,


April 24, with Union County
High School hosting all south
division games.
Keystone earned the top seed
in the south division with an 8-0
district record, while Unrion and
Bradford are the second and
fourth seeds, respectively. Union
finished in a tie with Inter-
lachen, but a coin flip deter-
mined who would be the tour-
nament's number-two and num-
ber-three seeds.
Bradford will play fifth seed
Crescent City on Saturday at I
p.m. The winner will advance to
play Keystone on Monday, April
26, at 4 p.m. On that same day,
Union will play Interlachen at 7
p.m.
Monday's winners will play
each other Tuesday, Arpil 27, at
7 p.m., with the winner advanc-
ing to the overall championship
game to play a north division
team at Baker County High
School in Glen St. Mary on
Thursday, April 29, at 7 p.m.
Both championship game par-
ticipants will advance to the
regional playoffs, with the dis-
trict champ hosting a first-round
game.


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not so much by the position
that one has reachedin /ife
as by the obstacles which
he has overcome.
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