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Bradford County telegraph

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

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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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a bUSPS 062-700 Two Sections - Starke, Florida Thursday, July 15, 2010 130th Year - 51st ssue - 75 CENTS

USPS 062-700 - Two Sections - Starke, Florida Thursday, July 15, 2010 130th Year - 51st Issue - 75 CENTS


Camp Blanding
Warns of
increased noise
There will be increased military ac-
tivity at Camp Blanding Joint Training
Center near Starke as the 26th Marine
Expeditionary. Unit from Camp Leje-
une, N.C., arrives to conduct humani-
tarian relief effort training July 16-18.
The training will'include increased
aviation activity in and around the
southern part of Camp Blanding and
Gold Head State Park Area as the
unit trains with V-22 Osprey tilt-rotor
aircraft and CH-53 Sea Stallion heli-
copters. The increase in noise due to
these aircraft will primarily be during
the day; however, there may be some
flights at night.
This training is part of a 26-week
training period during which the unit
prepares to deploy in,support of relief
missions such as the mission the 26th
Marine Expeditionary Unit supported in
January to supply aid to Haiti's south-
ern coast following the earthquake.

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S.R. 16 paving
in Clay. County
begins Monday
_ Work is schduedledto begin Monday,
4i1ly 19, to resurface S.R. 16, from U.S.
1. to the Shands Bridge in Clay Coun-
A, according to Florida Department of
Tnsportation.
Crews will remove the existing as-
phalt and place two new layers of as-
phalt on the three-mile project, which
was last resurfaced in 1997. In addition
S to resurfacing: ,... . ...
* The right turn lane from westbound
S.R. 16 onto norhbound U.S. 17 will
be extended 250-feet.
* East- and westbound left turn lanes
will be added and the median opening
widened at Bunker Avenue.
- Two median crossovers just east of
Reynolds Boulevard will be removed.
SThe existing flashing signal at
Reynolds Boulevard will be replaced
with upgraded equipment.
- Side street entrances will be recon-
structed at Rio Vista Circle, Kelsey
Road, Owens Road, Thomas Road,
Clark Road and the trail heads to the
nature preserve .. . _
Lane closures for paving are expected
to begin in late July and will be sched-
uled at night between 7 p.m. and 5 a.m,
to reduce the impact to the 14,300 mo-
torists traveling this section of S.R. 16
on average everyday. During paving,
all traffic will be shifted onto one side
Abf the road with flaggers directing traf-
fic through'a single lane. Daytime lane_
closures , when necessary, are allowed
only between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m.
=- APAC-Southeast Inc. of Jacksonville
was hired by FDOT to construct the
project at a cost of $1.6 million and is
expected to complete the work in five
months, barring any unforeseen cir-
cumstances.
.For additional information, con-
tact the Public Iiformation Office at
800-475-0044 or sdmancil@pbsj.com.
For information about.FDOT projects
around northeast Florida, visit www.
northfloridaroads.com.
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VFW meets tonight
-Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 1016
of Starke will meet tonight, Thursday,
July 15, at 7 p.m. at the post home.
Commander Brian Wyatt will preside.
Membership is open to all-military.
members who have served overseas
and information is available at the
post home, which is located at 250 N.
..Bay St. in Starke, behind New Method
Cleaners.


SPD says it needs more officers


BY MARK..CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor

Starke Police Chief Jeff Johnson and
one of his top administrators came out
against any attempt to impose a curfew
in response to incidents of criminal mis-
chief authorities believe to be the act of
unsupervised youth-at least until there
are enough officers in the department to
enforce the ordinance.
The criminal activity hasn't been
limited to a particular area. Accord-
ing to Johnson, it's all over the city. It
includes graffiti, busted car windows,
theft and-perhaps most notably--pipe
damage that caused flooding at the pub-
lic library.
Under a curfew -ordinance, minors
under 16. without adult supervision
would have to be at home by a certain
hour with the exception of certain ex-
empt circumstances or activities. Re-
peat violations could subject parents to
fines, and the court could eventually be
asked to intervene if a minor is found to
be lacking appropriate supervision.
Discussion at the workshop crossed
into the territory of loitering as well, an
issue that has-been of concern to Dis-
trict 2 Commissioner Carolyn Spooner.


There was also a brief dispute over
the size of the police department's bud-
get.
Chief Johnson told the commission
in a workshop July 6 that he wasn't
sure how the police department would
be able to enforce a curfew ordinance.
.He said on a personal note it seemed
like curfew ordinances amounted to
giving orders to parents, but the real
problem he foresaw was enforcing such
an ordinance with the limited man-
power currently available in the police
department,
Mayor Tommy Chastain said the
commission was trying to give the de-
partment -a tool officers could work
with to curb youth crime, and he urged
Johnson to find a way to use it.
Johnson agreed, but pointed out that
he only had two officers on the street
per shift and the sheriff's office,\which
serves as backup but must also cover
the entire county, only has three depu-
ties per shift. The sheriff's office relies
on Starke for backup as well, he said.
"Now that I only have two on the
road, I've got to be careful where.I send
my guy," Johnson said. "My guy's first
responsibility is the city of Starke."
If the commission puts a youth cur-


few in place, the police department will
enforce it, but it's ability to do so will
be limited, he said.
"If I get a crash, especially if it in-
volves an injury, I'm tied up. I don't
have anybody," he said. In addition to
patrols, officers are responding to calls
and backing up others. A curfew could
have officers babysitting teenagers out
too late until their parents pick them
up.
Capt. Barry Warren told the commis-
sion there are laws on the books pertain-
ing to gang activity, loitering, prowling,
etc., that address some of problems the
city has faced, and the department has
Sno problem.stopping a minor and con-
tactiig parents other than the time com-
mitment involved, particularly if there
is difficulty contacting a responsible
adult.
"We have no problem putting our
hands on those children; it's just having
the resources to deal with them," War-
ren said.
Based on past legal challenges and the
opinion of the attorney general, Warren
said any curfew ordinance would need
to be narrowly defined. That includes

See CURFEW page 4A


e- Bradford County Public Schools


Middle school


High School


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� in buildings not on buses in buildings nor on buses

Sunglas s May be worn ouIde Mla; be omrn outside Not lMaN be worn outside Not
in buildmn s in buildings. in buildings

Footwear \- sdanll dals are \orn. ilic\ Tcnrus-sth I or hard-sole Tennis-str Ic or hard-sole
must have a back. Flip- shoes are preferred. No shoes are preferred, No
flops. excessive high heels bedroom slippers. For P.E. bedroom slippers. For P.E.
and bedroom slippers not, and certain vocational and certain vocational o
allowed, classes, no sandals, flip- classes, no sandals, flip-
flops. . flops.

Outerwear Jackets and sweatshirts Jackets and sweatshirts
should be hennmed. should be henuned.





TopS No bare midriffs, no shirts Only solid- color, polo- Polo-type shirt, button-
that reveal cleavage. No type shirts collars are al- down dress shirts, and t-
see-through clghuig. un- lowed. No more than four shirtsallowed. No mid-
dergarrents worn as outer buttons. Top button must riffs, no shirts that reveal
garnients, halters, backless be above the collar bone. cleavage. .No tops with
dresses. No tank tops nor No logos, prints, stripes, holes. No tank tops, mus-
tube tops, worn by them- multi-colors, layers, or cle shirts, tube tops, spa-
selves. No shirts nor solid white. No hiding ghetti straps. Sheer or see-
blouses not long enough to above the waist nor ex- through outer garments
be tucked in. No exposed tending below the top of must have undergarments
undergarments. the thigh. Not too baggy. that meet the'dress code.
Not too tight.
Shorts, skirts, Shorts must reach to the Slacks, shorts. skirts or Slack, jeans, skirts, dresses
Smid-thigh. No pants un- capris must be kaki, black, allowed. Shorts must be
pants fastened without a belt or navy or gray, made or twill hemmed to the knee or
below the waist. No ex- or cotton fabric and have below, no cutoffs. Skirts
posed undergarments.. four or less pockets. No and dresses must be
Slits and skirts or dresses deinm. No. sagging below henmmedAto the knee or
may be no more than two the waist. Not too baggy. below, .including slits. Top
inches'above the knees. Not too tight. Must be part of dresses must meet
hemuned at or below the the requirements for tops.
knee.
General rule School administrators may limit student attire anytime such attire is believed to ad-
versely affect classroom instruction or the school environment. Any clothing or
headwear that is.determined by administrators to have offensive wording, insignias,
inappropriate innuendos or symbols are not allowed on school grounds.


Fugitive


flees,


friend


jailed

BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor

An allegedly
violent fugitive
remains on the
run but another
man was arrest-
ed July II for
assisting o ith
his escape.
Starke Police
Officer Robert
Howellv went to
the apartment
of 28-year-old
Charles Michael McFarland
McFarland Sun-
day while in-
vestigating the
whereabouts of

and said McFar-,
land knowingly
and unlawfully
lied about the
suspect's where-
abouts.
The depart-
ment was look-
ing for Evan Henderson
Mark Hender-
son, 31, wanted for multiple charges,
including domestic violence. Although
McFarland was reportedly informed of
the consequences of aiding the suspect,
Howell said that's exactly what he did.
According to the officer, McFarland
denied that Henderson was inside his
residence and said he hadn't seen the
suspect for two weeks. When Howell
asked to search the residence, however,
McFarland said no and offered an ex-

See ARREST page 4A




Man


arrested


for sexual


assault

BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor

A Starke man
has been ar-
rested for sexu-
ally abusing a
female family
member. over a
three-year pe-
riod.
James Carl
Allen, 51, is ac-
cused of sexu-
ally assaulting
the victim more
than 10 times. Allen
The abuse
lasted from 2006 through 2009, ac.
cording to the victim. She disclosed the
years of abuse to a teacher in May of
this year, which led to the involvement
of the child protection team and law en-
forcement.
It was not, however, the first time she
had disclosed the abuse. In 2007, she
reportedly told another family member
she was afraid she was pregnant with
the defendant's child: The information
was never reported to law enforcement,
and the abuse continued.
Bradford County Sheriff's Office
Investigator Kevin Mueller arrested Al-
len for sexual assault on July 12. Allen
remains booked in the Bradford County
Jail with bond set at $250,000.


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2A Bradford County Telegraph * Thursday, July 15, 2010
IAr u ga


Starke rec eyes buildii

department struggles


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor

At the urging of recreation
board members -and staff, the
Starke City Commission moved
away from turning over much of
its recreation program to a pri-
vate association this week and
back toward funding a new rec-
reation center. '
-Rec board members commit-
ted: themselves to finding areas
t:ccut expenses and doing more
toiraise needed revenue to fund
programs, telling the commis-
sion that involvement of anlas-
sociation should only come as a
last resort.
At the same time, they helped
the commission craft a,proposal
presented to the county com-
mission Tuesday night request-
ing that the county help the city
purchase a new building for rec-
reation.
-Thus far, the county commis-
sioners expressed a desire to help
if they were able, but have cited
fuiading burdens of their own as a
reason for not contributing mon-
ey:to assist fund recreation.
, The county commission hasn't
agreed to shoulder a portion of
the ongoing operational costs of
recreation, and didn't have the
money to help build a new rec-
reation facility. A recent request
to pay half of the $400,000 recre-
ation budget was declared out of
the question.
_Meanwhile the city is fac-
ing funding shortfalls and new
expenses that :are forcing it to
reevaluate the hundreds of thou-
sands of dollars it spends on rec-
reation, particularly given that 30
percent or fewer of those partici-
pating are its own citizens..
Recreation Director Alica Mc-
Millian revived' hope the city
could have a new facility to op-
erate out of Monday-night. The
building-vacant since the clos-
ing.of Riverside Uniform Rentals
a few months ago-already sits
at the Edwards Road ballpark.
.According t6 McMillian, the
owner has said the city could
purchase the building outright
for $500,000, or it could pay
$200,000 ndw and pay $3,000 a
.month plus interest over the next
10 years.



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The city's architect was shown
the building and has already put
together a couple of plans that
take advantage of existing office
and restroom spaces, but converts
much of the 16,000-square-foot
industrial facility into a recre-
ation building with indoor courts
and activity space.
Thatfacility wouldn't be usable
for an indeterminate amount of
time. Right now there is no time-
line, cost estimate or budget for
converting the building. Accord-
ing to McMillian the city could
use a portion of the $700,000 set
aside to help construct a new fa-
cility it cannot afford for a down
payment to purchase a building it
can afford. It would reserve the
rest to help with the conversion
or to make monthly payments
on the mortgage should a budget
shortage require the city to fall.
back on those reserve funds.
McMillian said the building
is in the perfect spot at the per-
fect price, and if the city passes
up the opportunity, it will lose a
great asset.
City commissioners were hesi-
tant at first, and even attorney
Will Sexton noted that a work-
shop called to discuss cuts in the
recreation budget had evolved
into a discussion of keeping ex-
isting programs in tact and run-
ning them out of a new building.
It didn't take much arm-twisting
to turn the commission around,
however, although there was still
a desire to receive some contri-
bution from the county.
The city commission decided
Monday to approach the county
commission with a request to
help pay the monthly payment on
the building as well as a portion
of the. utility and operations costs
over the next 10 years.
Under the proposal, each
board would contribute $3,000 a
month or $36,000 annually. Half
of the money would go toward
the mortgages and the other half
to utilities and operations.
. The county commission didn't
agree to pay the city $3,000 a
month at a workshop with the
city Tuesday night but it left
city with some hope,:The boards
will get together to discuss the
building purchase again once'
the county has considered the



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ng as

to survive

proposal and worked more to fi-
nalize its budget for the coming
year.
In addition to a possible new
home for recreation, the recre-
ation board and city commission
had to address the ongoing cost of
providing staff and programming
which is becoming more difficult
as the city's budget tightens.
Numbers were tossed back and
forth. Sexton frowned on a pro-
posed budget that didn't reflect
a significant budget reduction,
even with a private association
taking over baseball and softball
programs.
Pat Welch, recreation board
chairman, said there's no doubt
the recreation department is go-
ing to have to cut its budget.
Given the support for recreation,
he was confident some .of the
shortfall could be generated by
fundraisers. The city commission
'needs to decide how much it can
afford to contribute so the recre-
ation board will know how much
of the difference it will have to
make up, he said.
Commissioner Travis Woods
foresaw participation costs ris-
ing if a private association be-
came responsible for the sports
programs, preventing some from
playing. Still he said he would
rather see that than no recreation
program at all.
It was suggested that the city
could actually lose money in


fees and concession revenue by
turning recreation over to an as-
sociation, however. Recreation
board members told the com-
mission they would be willing
to make sacrifices to avoid that
step. They are. going to bring
suggestions back to the board for
raising revenue to support recre-
ation, including ideas like charg-
ing coaches to coach and asking
coaches to pay for their children
to play ball. -
McMillian said she could un-
derstand why rec board-members
were so adamant about nor gi\-
ing.anything up given the time
and effort invested o\ er the years
in building programs. From a
couple of ball teams a few years
ago, "Starke now has the most
teams in its district, which shows
the grow th and the interest in the
program, she said.


Farewell and
welcome back
Last week's Starke
City Commission
meeting began with
the presentation of an
American flag that had
flown in Iraq. Danny
Nugent, recently returned
from his service abroad,
presented the flag to Mayor
Tommy Chastain. The
commission welcomed
Nugent oack to the board.
He will continue to serve
out this term, then begin
a new four-year term this
fall as he was unopposed
in this year's election. The
commission also bid a
grateful goodbye to Melissa
Nugent, who temporarily
replaced he husband on
the board, serving the city
as her husband served the
country. Both took terms
expressing their gratitude
for the support they have
received.


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Thursday, July 15, 2010 * Bradford County Telegraph A


Starke withholding support from

lake restoration project for now


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor

The Starke City Commission
has refused to execute an agree-
ment with the Suwannee River
Water Management District for
ongoing maintenance of an Al-
ligator Creek/Rowell Lake res-
toration project until the district
can provide some idea of what
the ongoing cost would be.
Starke's responsibility for par-
ticipating in the project is based
or its unauthorized dredging of
Alligator Creek east of U.S. 301.
The project damaged the stabil-
ity of the banks and bottom of
the creek, and the result was an
increased amount of sediment
traveling the length of the creek
and winding up in Lake Rowell
where it is affecting the health of
the lake.
The water management district
has considered different options
for correcting the problem, in-
cluding a multimillion project to
add support for the creek banks,
but a lower cost alternative had
'to be considered.
The current proposal contem-
plates restoring around 30 acres
of city-owned wetlands near the
creek behind the Edwards Road
ballpark. Opening up tributaries
there will allow water to flow
through the property again, and
the district thinks this will pro-
vide an opportunity for much of
the sediment to settle in the wet-
land area before it flows into the
lake.
SRWMD's Patrick Webster
told the commission that the dis-
trict is contributing funds toward
the. project, as is Florida Fish
and Wildlife Conservation Com-
mission, which may eventually
dredge sediment from the lake in


a restoration project there.
Once the.proposed project is
completed the city would have
the responsibility for maintain-
ing the site, including removal of
the settled sediment one or more
times a year.
There was, however, no annual
cost in the interlocal agreement
presented to the city commis-
sion. There was simply a range
from $5,000 to $30,000 a year.
"We don't know what the ac-
tual maintenance costs will be at
this point because we haven't de-
signed the project yet," Webster
told the commission. Cost would
also depend on how effective the
solution is, that is to say, how
much sediment settles in the wet-
land area.
Fish and wildlife is contribut-
ing $200,000 toward the design,
surveying and construction of
the project, and Suwannee River
Water Management District is
contributing $80,000 toward the
.design process as well. As part
of a prior agreement, the city of
Starke has already contributed
$25,000 in mitigation costs for
the damage caused to the creek
that will also be used toward the
project.
Despite assurances from Web-
ster that the district wanted to de-
sign a system with the least pos-
sible ongoing financial impact
for the city, commissioners were
still uncomfortable moving for-
ward with the agreement without
knowing more.
In addition to unknown costs,
there was no specified length of
time the city would be responsi-
ble for the wetland maintenance.
The city could be removing sedi-
ment until the excessive erosion
corrects itself, if that ever hap-
pens.


Commissioner Carolyn Spoon-
er voiced support for environ-
mental benefits of the project, but
suggested that if the commission
were to approve the agreement, it
should be with the stipulation that,
its annual maintenance costs not
exceed $5,000. She spoke to the
importance of the project, saying
since its benefits extend beyond
creating a sedimentation basin;
the restoration of the wetlands
could figure into plans to create
an educational nature park in that
area with a boardwalk over the
wetlands.
The boardwalk is not. part of
the restoration project, but could
materialize sometime down the
road.
Certainly commissioners were
more comfortable with the low-
er end of the maintenance cost
range. Webster said if the design
process resulted in a project that
was too expensive for the city,
it could be scaled back. He said
things wouldn't move forward
without further consultation with
the commission.
Being clear about maintenance
requirements is vital to the suc-
cess of the project, he said. If not'
maintained, the solution may not
function as planned.
Even with reassurances, the"
city commission still wanted its
attorney to revise language in
the agreement, capping annual
expenses at $5,000 and address-
ing the open-endedness of its
commitment. Mayor Tommy
Chastain suggested limiting the
agreement to .a specific period
.with an option to renew when the
agreement expires.
A revised agreement will be
brought to the board at its next
meeting.


Back-to-School Fair returns in-August


With free food, live music and
backpacks to give away, the or-
ganizers of the Back-to-School
Information Fair hope to build
on' he.success of ish past twe-
years..
The event is planned for Satur-
day, Aug. 21, from 4 to 6 p.m. at
First Baptist Church on Jefferson
Street in downtown Starke, the.
weekend before public schools
are back in session.
There will also be drawings
for at least 10 $100 Wal-Mart
Gift cards.
Organizers want the fair to
bring the community together,
even as volunteers for schools,
churches, businesses and civic
organizations work to cater to
the community's mental, physi-
cal and spiritual needs.
For the past two years, hun-
dreds lined up for the Back-to-
School Information Fair, and
dozens of organizations par-
ticipated by giving away badly
needed school supplies.
SAccording to Pastor Byron
Ramseur, coordinator of the
event, the goal of the fair is to
get information into the hands of
those who need it-information
about services that can help im-
prove quality of life and better
equip families and their students
to succeed.
Based on' past -success and
continued need, they are doing it
all again, and any private or pub-
lic service organization offer-
ing services valuable to families
preparing to send students back
to school is encouraged to get in-
volved.
"There's so much available
to people that they don't know
about." Ramseur said.
With a goal of giving away
hundreds of backpacks filled with
school supplies and other, dona-
tions will be needed. Organizers
are once again hoping for a Com-
mittee of 100-that is at least 100
individuals, businesses, churches
or other groups who will pledge
$50 toward the event.
Checks can be made. out to
Back-to-School Info Fair and
mailed to 113 E. Call St., Starke,
FL 32091. Any donationsabove
and beyond the cost of the event
will be donated to teachers for
classroom supplies.
More information can be ob-
, trained by calling. Ramseur at
904-964-5088, ext. 2, or 904-
742-6942.
Organizations who wish to par-
ticipate in the fair can sign up to
. sponsor the event with suggested
financial donation of $100, but
tis is completely voluntary. Or-
garizations that cannot afford a


donation will not be penalized
and will still be welcome to par-
ticipate by setting up a booth to
share their information, school
supplies, ,.. ,... . .....
. All information _nd materials
are to be provided at no charge,
however. Nothing is to.tb sold. ,
Organizations will be respon-
sible for setting up their own
tables and displays, as well as
providing friendly volunteers to
staff those tables.
When attendees arrive, they
will be directed to a registration
table, then given a backpack and
encouraged to visit each orga-
nization's display to collect ad-
ditional materials. Registration
will also enter each attendee into
the gift card drawings that will
take place.
In addition to the giveaways,
there will be live music from lo-
cal groups, free food and games.
Others helping to put the in-


formation fair together include
Cheryl Canova, Colleen Scott,
Bill McRae and Daisy Davis.


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American forces during Viet-
nam. Back then, it was frequently
flown by Chinese, Russian and
Nofth Vietnamese pilots.
The MIG-17 looks like a ci-.
gar with a bubble at the top front
where the cramped pilot sits. The
rest of the fighter is a powerful
fuel tank. The one that came to
Keystone Heights arrived on a
flatbed truck. Its wings were re-
moved and tucked in at one side.
Later, crews discovered two
bolts were missing and may have
to be manufactured again to get
the wings back on.
The MIG-17 is on temporary.
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Chapman specializes in haul-
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waiting at the hangar.
Museum Co-Directors Bob
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CURFEW
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allowing teens to congregate on
the sidewalks in front of their
homes after hours, even if it ap-
pears to be loitering.
Spooner clarified that the loi-
tering she's found problematic
is taking place in front of homes
where minors and others do not
live and involves damage to pri-
vate and public property.
"I understand your.limitations
in terms of manpower, that be-
cause of your limited number of
officers there's not a lot you can
do, but we have to come up with
something that has some teeth
that we can enforce, otherwise
we're going to have continuous
vandalism that nothing is done
about," Spooner said, "When
you don't do anything to enforce
some kind of control, people feel
like they can do anything."
Johnson admitted the police,
department had become "reac-
tive instead of proactive." He
said there were several reasons,
money being among them.
Mayor Chastain said the de-
partment's budget had not de-
creased, but Johnson begged to
differ, saying the budget had gone
down over the last three years. A
look at the last few years shows'
that the budget had gone down
but was back up to $1.56 million,
nearly what it was before the re-.
ductions began.
Johnson insisted otherwise
until Chastain read the numbers..
The police chief then said the
money might have been budget-
ed but it hasn't been spent. There
will be money left over at the end
of this year, he said.
A closer look does show mon-
ey for patrol and administrative
salaries down, even in the higher
budget.
Spooner asked, Johnson what
specific ideas he had for curtail-




ARREST
Continued from page. 1A

cuse. Before Officer Howell left,
McFarland said he heard Hen-
derson was heading to St. Au-
gustine. ..
Howell left McFarland's apart-
ment, but not'before seeing him
reenter and almost immediately
exit again, leafing the apartment
complex and talkingg down the.
highway.' .
Officer Kelli McMahan was
also involved in the investigation
and a few minutes later spoke to
McFarland, who had contacted
dispatch via cell phone after leav-
ing his apartment. He reportedly
told McMahan that the suspect,
Henderson, was asleep in the
spare bedroom of his apartment
and had been there since' that
morning. Asked why he had lied,
McFarland told Officer McMa-
han that it was because he didn't
want any trouble.
Trouble is what he got, how-
ever, since he was later arrested
for reporting false information
and resisting an officer through
obstruction. Because Henderson
had kicked out the back window
and fled from the apartment af-
ter McFarland and officers had
left the complex, McFarland was
also charged with aiding in the
escape of a prisoner.
Witnesses at the apartment
complex reported seeing a black
male subject jump from McFar-
land's third-story apartment and
flee. They said he appeared to
have injured one of his feet in
the fall. Though the area. was
searched, officers were unable to
locate Henderson.
A search the day before was
equally .unsuccessful at nabbing
Henderson, who has an active ar-
rest warrant for felony domestic
battery by strangulation, accord-
ing to Capt. Barry Warren. Hen-
derson reportedly approached
the female victim in the parking
lot of a Madison Street business
the afternoon of July 10.
Henderson fled on foot when
the victifi dialed 911, but she fol-
lowed him in her vehicle ,to South


and-Walnut streets as he crossed
residential properties and scaled
a. fence before disappearing as he
was heading toward the railroad
tracks.
After. taking the victim's
Statement, Officer McMahan,
segrched the area with 'Officer
Howell and Lt. Stephen Murphy.
MCMahan proceeded by foot
WuIth on the railroad tracks at
Walnut and Madison and heard
someone in the wooded area. She
spotted a black male who fled
de~eap into the woods when she


ing the juvenile criminal activity
in the city, which elicited a groan
from the police chief.
S"From a father's point of
view?" he asked.
"No from a law enforcement
point of view," Spooner said.
"From the police chief's point
of view, give me a bunch of of-
ficers to where I can enforce it,"
he said.
Capt. Warren said his concern
is that the city was taking this ac-
tion-limiting all youth and bur-
dening the police department-
to cope with a few kids.
Previously, Johnson had told
the commission that there were
several unorganized groups who
could, be responsible for some
of the mischief, and there was
enough concern to request opin-
ions from gang experts about
what authorities were seeing.
There was backtracking at last
week's workshop from equating
the criminal behavior the city has
seen with anything gang related.
The department is down four
patrolmen and one investiga-
tor,. the chief said. Part-timers
are used to cover vacation, sick
time, etc, The police department.
has applied for a grant that could
pay for as many as five new of-
ficers for three years. Johnson
wants all five no-cost positions,
and said by the time the city has
to pay for them, there will be a
definite need.
Commissioner Wilbur Waters
urged the board to hold off on
considering a curfew ordinance
until Johnson has more officers
he can work with, and the rest of
the board agreed.

Lack of presence
criticized
During the workshop discus-
sion of police department man-
power, Johnson admitted the de-
partment did not have someone
stationed all-day at the Come To-


ordered him to stop.
Lt. Murphy joined her and they
searched the area, spotting the
man one more-ime before he dis-
appeared again into the woods. A
canine unit from Union Correc-
tional was also unable to locate
the subject. nhio iMcilMaanan nd,
Murphy were uniable-t6 positiv'e-
ly identify as Henderson..
Henderson remained at large
as of press time on Tuesday. Mc-
Farland was released from the
Bradford County Jail Monday on
a $2,000 bond.

Lawtey garbage
pickup on
Tuesday
The city of Lawtey will resume
picking up garbage on Tuesdays
only effective immediately.
For more information, please
call city hall at 904-782-3454.


gether Day event in District 2 as
promised. He said he didn't have
anyone to place on duty there all
day.
Once upon a time, that wasn't
the case, but these days com-
munity organizations like the
Concerned Citizens of Bradford
County are likely to be told they
will have to pay to have an off-
duty officer come in, he said.
"I wouldn't expect these guys
to come in for free," Johnson
told the commission. Some are
already making extra money
working for other communities
like Green Cove Springs.
The shortage was attributed to
having several officers out. One
was hospitalized, another was
out for family reasons, and an-
other was suspended; that's three
of the 10 full-time officers who
share shifts during the week,.ac-
cording to Johnson.
Later during the commission
meeting, resident Esther Kelly
took the city to task for failure
to have a protective presence at
the event. The event has been
going on for 33 years, but has
been marred by fighting in the
past. It was getting out of hand,
she said, so organizers wanted
law enforcement present so resi-
dents could celebrate the day in
the spirit of togetherness that was
intended.
There were patrols at Come
Together Day, but not the pres-
ence that had been promised to
the community, Kelly said. The
sheriffs office was able to pro-
vide protection, and there was no
violence, she said.
She said the community has
had to live with the lack of po-
lice presence on a day-to-day ba-
sis, but asked that the city com-
mission at least consider setting
aside money so an officer could
be at the event next year.


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Lawley Church of God on
U.S. 301 presents Units from
Pembroke. N.C., in concert
Sunday ,Jul. 18,at the II a.m
sen ice. For further details,
please contact Pastor Grad\
Noel at 904-282-5728.

Brooker Baptist Church's
fun dinner and a movie night
for kids age 3 through fifth
grade featuring "The Sugar
Creek Gang: Swamp Robber"
will be Friday, July 16, at
6 p.m. Saddle Ridge Ranch
vacation Bible school will
be July 19-23 from 9 a.m.
to noon, also for kids age 3
through fifth grade. For more
information, please call 352-
485-1060 or 352-235-1569.

St. John Baptist Church
on C.R. 200B in Lawtey is
hosting a fun day Saturday,
July 17,from 9 a.m. to 12:30
p.m., and the public is invited.
For more information, please
call Patricia Smith at 904-782-
3023.

Mt. Pisgah A.M.E. Church
invites you to "Women in
Red, Men in ,lack: Covered
by the Blood of Jesus," a
twolday celebration set for
July )7 and 18. On Saturday
at 6 p.m., welcome Minister
Victoria E. Butler and Pastor
Bishop Kenneth.William and
the praise team and dancers of
Mt. Sinai United Fellowship
Church of West Palm Beach.
On Sunday, Evangelist Jessica
Hadley of-Hadley Funeral
Home, Pentecostal Full Gospel
Church of Ocala and the
Bradford Gospel Ensemble
will hold service at 4 p.m.


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% ill be celebri.aing its
annual hiomncoming
Sundal.Jul\ IS.ait the
Philadelphia Bjapusi Church
in La\\'te at 11 ia.m. All
are invited to attend.

Greater Allen Chapel
invites everyone to Family
and Friends Day Saturday,
July 17, at 2 p.m. with the
Rev. Clarence E. DeSue Jr. of
Bethlehem United Methodist
Church of Ft. White as speaker
of the hour. The celebration
continues Sunday,July 18,
at 3 p.m. with Minister Able
Williams of Mt. Zion A.M.E.
Primitive Baptist Church in
Palatka as guest speaker.

Grace United Methodist
Church of Lawtey will present
the award winning Mercy
Mountain Boys in concert
Sunday,July 18, at 6 p.m. For
more information, please call
904-782-3838 or 904-769-
1669.

Calvary Temple Church of
God, S.R. 121 in Raiford will
hold revival with Sister Linda
Baughtman July 18-23, with
Sunday services at 10:30 a.m.
and 6 p.m., and weeknight
services at 7:30 p.m. For more
information, please contact
Pastor Larry Thornton at 904-
782-3233.

Bethel Baptist Church on
C.R. 230A is holding vacation
Bible school July 13-15 from
6:30-8:30 p.m. for children
4-12. For transportation,
call 904-966-1710. The


sportsman's banquet is on
Saturday, July 24, at 4 p.m.
with hunting and fishing
simulators, prizes and a free
meal. For more information,
please call Jason Cain at 352-
317-2451.

Greater Bethlehem Free
Will Baptist Church, 505
Ash St. in Starke, will hold
a youth celebration, Friday,
July 23, at 7:30 p.m. featuring
performances by the groups
New Spirit and Singers of
,Purpose. Other groups or
choirs interested in performing
should contact Florence
Jenkins at 352-235-4155. A
banquet will be held July 16
at 7 p.m. Suggested donation
i's $.10.

Old Providence Baptist
Church, located just north
of S.R. 238, promises high
seas fun, games, food, Bible
study and fellowship for both
young and old at its vacation
Bible school, July 25-30, at 6
p.m. each night. Friday night
features music by Decreed.
Nursery provided. For more
information, please call 386-
755-1646 or 386-288-4667.

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Thursday, July 15, 2010 * Bradford County Telegraph 5A


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NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
THAT PURSUANT. TO A WRIT OF
EXECUTION hereby issued out of the
County Court, Baker County, Florida,
Case No. 89-75-CA on 10/30/09 in
the matter of (Levy), I, Gordon Smith,
As Sheriff of Bradford County, Florida,
have levied upon all the right, title and
interest of the defendants) Samuel
R. Smith to wit:
2002 Black Ford F350 VIN:
1 FTWW32F02EC78107
And on 07/30/10 in front of Bradford
County Courthouse at 9:00 a.m., or
as soon thereafter as'circumstances
permit, I will offer the above described
property for sale at public outcry and
sell the same, subject to ALL prior
liens, if any, to the highest and best
bidderforCASH IN HAND, plus Florida
Sales Tax, if applicable, the proceeds
to be applied as far-as may be to the
payment of costs and satisfaction of
the above described execution. The
above described property may be
viewed up to 30 minutes prior to the
scheduled sale time. In accordance
with the American with Disabilities
Act, persons needing a special
accommodation to participate in
this proceeding shall contact the
individual or agency sending notice
not later than seven days prior to the
proceeding at the address given on
notice. Telephone (904)966-2276.
Gordon Smith As Sheriff of Bradford
County, Florida
By: Chuck Johnson, Deputy Sheriff
7/1 4tchg 7/22-BCT


PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS
SUBDIVISION OF A PORTION OF
'THE SW /4 OF NE 'A, SECTION
33, TOWNSHIP 6 SOUTH, RANGE
22 EAST, BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA.
Any person claiming an interest in
the surplus from the sale, if any, other
than the property owner as of the date
of the lis pendens, must file a claim
within 60 days after the sale.
Dated this 1" day of July, 2010.
RAY NORMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
SBy: Lisa Brannon
Deputy Clerk
THE LAW OFFICES OF DAVID J.
STERN, P.A.
ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF
900 South Pine Island Road
Suite 400
Plantation, FL 33324-3920
(954)233-8000
IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE
AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES
ACT, persons with disabilities needing.
a special accommodation should
contact COURT ADMINISTRATION,
at the BRADFORD County
Courthouse at 904-966-6280, 1-800-
955-8771 (TDD) or 1-800-955-8770,
via Florida Relay Service.
7/8 2tchg 7/15-BCT
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
THAT PURSUANT TO A WRIT OF
EXECUTION hereby issued out of
the County Court, Bradford County,
Florida, Case No. 04-2009-CA-227
on 8/6/09 in the matter of (Levy), I,
Gordon Smith, As Sheriff of Bradford
County, Florida, have levied upon
all the right, title and interest of the
defendants) Brad Hildreth to wit:
2004 White Ford F-150 Vin
1FTRW12W74KC76862
And on 08/06/10 in front of Bradford
County Courthouse at 9:00 a.m., or
as soon thereafter as circumstances
permit, I will offer the above described


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF property for sale at public outcry and
THE 8T' JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF sell the same, subject to ALL prior
SFLORIDA, IN AND FOR BRADFORD liens, if any, to the highest and best
COUNTY bidderforCASH IN HAND, plus Florida
Case #: 2009-CA-000253 Sales Tax, if applicable, the proceeds
Division #: to be applied as far as may be to the
UNC: payment of costs and satisfaction of.
Deutsche Bank National Trust the above described execution, The
Company, as Trustee in trust for the above described property may be
benefit of the Certificateholders for viewed up to 30 minutes prior to the
Ameriquest Mortgage Securities scheduled sale time. In accordance
Trust 2005-R3, Asset-Backed Pass- with the American with Disabilities
Through Certificates, Series 2005-R3 Act, persons needing a special
Plaintiff, accommodation to participate in
vs. this proceeding shall contact the
John W. Hallonquist; CitiFinancial individual or agency sending notice
Equity Services, Inc.; Unknown not later than seven days prior to the
Parties in Possession #1; If living, proceeding at the address given on
and all Unknown Parties claiming notice. Telephone (904)966-2276.
by, through, under and against the Gordon Smith As Sheriff
above named Defendant(s) who of Bradford County, Florida
are not known to be dead or alive, By: Chuck Johnson, Deputy Sheriff
whether said Unknown Parties . . 7/8 4tchg 7/29-BCT
may claim an interest as Spouse,
Heirs, Devisees, Grantees, or Other IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
Claimants EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
Defendant(s). AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY,
AMENDED NOTICE OF SALE * FLORIDA
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant CASE NO: 04-2009-CA-705
td an Order rescheduling foreclosure WILLIAM J. WILSON and NORMAN
sale dated July 1, 2010, entered in P. WILSON, his wife
Civil Case No. 2009-CA-000253 of the Plaintiffs,
Circuit Court of the 8* Judicial Circuit Vs.
in and for Bradford County, Florida, BARBARA N. GANAS,
wherein Deutsche Bank National A single person,
Trust Company, asTrustee in trust for Defendant.
the benefit of the Certificateholders NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
for Ameriquest Mortgage Securities SALE
Trust 2005-R3, Ass eBqkePass-' NOTICE--IS HEREBY GIVEN
through-eertificaest Sie200--ursuatg-. art Ore' oC Summary
R3; Plaintiff and John W. Hallonquist Final Judgment of foreclosure dated
are defendantss, I will sell to the July 1, 2010, and entered in Case No.
highest and best bidder for cash, IN 04-2009-CA-705 of the Circuit Court
THE LOBBY AT THE FRONT DOOR in and for Bradford County, Florida,
OF THE.. BRADFORD COUNTY wherein WILLIAM J. WILSON and
'COURTHOUSE, LOCATED AT 945 NORMAN P WILSON, his wife, are
NORTHTEMPLEAVENUE, STARKE, Plaintiffs, and BARBARA N. GANAS,
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDAAT A single person, a Defendant, I will
11:00 A.M., September 23, 2010, the sell to the highest and best bidder
following described property as set for cash in the Lobby of the Bradford
forth in said Final Judgment, to-wit; County Courthouse, 945 N. Temple
LOT FIVE (5), BLOCK A AND THE Avenue, Starke, FL32091 at Bradford
WEST 15 FEET OF LOT ONE County, Florida, at 11:00 a.m. on the
(1), OF THE HAVEN, BEDFORD 5m day of August, 2010, the following
LAKE, ACCORDING TO THE described property as set forth in said
PLAT THEREOF RECORDED IN Order or Final Judgment, to-wit:
PLAT BOOK 2, PAGE 25, OF THE Parcel #25, the West 132.00 feet of
PUBLIC RECORDS OF BRADFORD the East 1848.00 'feet to the South
COUNTY, FLORIDA. .330.00 feet-of the S /2 of the NE % of
ANY PERSON CLAIMING .AN Section 11, Township 7 South, Range
INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM 21 East, Bradford County, .Florida,
THE SALE, IF ANY, OTHER THAN being more particularly described.
THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF The West 132.00 feet of the East
THE DATE OF THE LIS PENIDENS 1848.00 feet of the South 330.00 feet
MUST FILE A CLAIM WITHIN 60 of the S '/a of the NE '/ of Section 11,
DAYS AFTER THE SALE. Township 7 South, Range, 21 East,
DATED at Starke, Florida, this I" day Bradford County, Florida.
of July, 2010. 1978 Shil Mobile. Homes, VIN
Lisa Brannon #322791A and #322791B.
RAYNORMAN ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM
Bradford County, Florida THE SALE, IF ANY, OTHER THAN
ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF: THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF
SHAPIRO & FISHMAN, LLP THE DATE OF THE LIS PENDENS
4630 Woodland Corporate Blvd. MUST FILE A CLAIM WITHIN 60
. Suite.10.0 DAYS AFTER THE SALE.
Tampa, FL33614' " In accordance with the Americans
(813)880-8888 with Disabilities Act, of 1990, persons
7/82tchg7/15-BCT needing special accommodation to
participate in this proceeding should
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE contact the Clerk of the Court not later
S8' JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR than five business days prior to the
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA proceeding' at the Bradford County
GENERAL JURISDICTION Courthouse. Telephone 904-964-
DIVISION 6280 or 1-800-955-8770 via Florida
CASE NO: 59-2008-CA-00479 Relay Service.
U.S. BANK NATIONAL DATED at Starke, Florida, on July 2,
ASSOCIATION, AS TRUSTEE 2010.


PLAINTIFF
VS.
KRISTIE D. DICKENS; UNKNOWN
SPOUSE OF KRISTIE D.
DICKENS IF ANY; ELAINE F.
GUNNER A/K/A ELAINE GUNNER;
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF ELAINE
F. GUNNER A/K/A ELAINE
GUNNER IF ANY; ANY AND ALL
UNKNOWN PARTIES CLAIMING
BY, THROUGH, UNDER, AND'
AGAINST THE HEREIN NAMED
INDIVIDUAL DEFENDANTS)
WHO ARE NOT KNOWN TO BE
DEAD OR ALIVE, WHETHER SAID
UNKNOWN PARTIES MAY CLAIM
AN INTEREST AS SPOUSES,
HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES OR
OTHER CLAIMANTS; JOHN DOE
AND JANE DOE AS UNKNOWN
TENANTS IN POSSESSION
DEFENQANT(S)
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant
to a Summary Final Judgment of
Foreclosure dated July 1, 2010,
entered in Civil Case No. 59-2008-
CA-00479 of the Circuit Court of the 8mh
Judicial Circuit in and for BRADFORD
County, Starke, Florida, I will sell to
the highest arid best bidder for cash
in the LOBBY of the Courthouse at
the BRADFORD County Courthouse
located at 945 North Temple Avenue
in Starke, Florida, at 11:00 a.m. on the
5" day of August, 2010, the following
described property as set forth in said
Summary Final Judgment, to-wit:
OT 4, BLOCK 2, EASTWOOD,
ACCORDING TO THE MAP OR
.AT- THEREOF AS RECORDED
PLAT BOOK 3, PAGE 16,
�LIC RECORDS OF BRADFORD
INTY, FLORIDA, BEING MORE


RAY NORMAN
As Clerk, Circuit Court
By: Lisa Brannon
As Deputy Clerk
CURTIS A. SANDERS, ESQ.
Attorney for Plaintiffs
407 West Georgia Street
Starke, Florida 32091
(904)964-4111/Fax 964-5111
Fla. Bar No. 625647
7/15 2tchg 7/22-BCT
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, EIGHTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 04-2010-CA-99
BRANCH BANKING AND TRUST
COMPANY, a North Carolina banking
corporation,
Plaintiff,
Vs.
YTT HOLDINGS, LLC, a dissolved
Florida limited liability company,
MARK L. FLEISCHER, an individual,
DOROTHY DEEDE FLEISCHER,
an individual, IMPERIAL TRAILER
CORP., a dissolved Florida
corporation, and ALL PRO OF
YULEE, INC., a Florida corporation,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF SALE
Notice is hereby given that, pursuant
to a final judgment in the above-
captioned action, I will sell the
property situated in Bradford County,
Florida, described as follows:
A parcel of land lying partly.in the SW
% of SE 1/ and partly in the SE 1/ of
SW /4 of Section 7, Township 7 South,
Range 22 East, Bradford County,
Florida. Said parcel being more
particularly described as follows:
Commence at the Southwest corner
of East half (E 'V); of the Southeast
Quarter (SE 'A) of Southwest Quarter


(SW /4), Section 7, Township 7 South,
Range 22 East, thence run North
along the West boundary line 481 feet
for point of beginning; thence continue
North along said West boundary line
431.5 feet; thence East 973.95 feet to
West line of State Road 200; thence
South 16 degrees 06 minutes West
along said West line of State Road
No. 200, 449.8 feet; thence West
845.5 feet to point of beginning, all
lying in Section 7, Township 7 South,
Range 22 East, West of State Road
No. 200.
Together with (i) all buildings,
improvements, hereditaments,
and appurtenances thereurito
appertaining, as far as they may now
or hereafter belong to or be used
in connection with the occupancy
of any building on such property;
(ii) all fixtures, equipment and
accessions and attachments thereto
now or hereafter attached or used
in connection with the operation of
such property, and all replacements,
additions and betterments, to or of
any of the foregoing; (iii) all rights in
now existing and hereafter arising
easements, rights of way, rights.of
access, water rights and courses,
sewer rights and other rights
appertaining thereto; (iv) all as-
extracted collateral including without
limitation all gas, oil and mineral rights
of every nature and kind, all timber to
be cut and all other rights appertaining
thereto; and (v) all leases, rents and
profits therefrom.
at public sale, in the presence of
the Plaintiff, to the highest and best
bidder for cash, at the front'hall of
the Bradford County Courthouse, on
the 9'h day of September, 2010, at
11:00 a.m.; pursuant to'the terms of
the Summary Final Judgment and
in accordance with Section 45.031,
Florida Statutes. Any person claiming
an interest in the surplus from the
sale, if any,.,other than the property
owners of the'date of the lis pendens
must file a claim within 60 days after
the sale.
Individuals with disabilities who
need a reasonable accommodation
to participate in this proceeding are
entitled, at no cost, to the provision
of certain assistance. Please contact
the Clerk of Circuit Court, at (904)
966-6280 within 2 working days of
your receipt of this notice. If you are
hearing or voice impaired, please
call: 1-800-955-8771.
Dated this 7" day of July, 2010.
RAY NORMAN
CLERK CIRCUIT COURT
By: Tasher Allen
Deputy Clerk
BETSY C. COX, ATTORNEY AT
LAW
ROGERS TOWERS, P.A.
1301 Riverplace Blvd. Suite 1500
Jacksonville, Florida 32207
(904)398-3911
Attorneys for Plaintiff
7/15 2tchg 7/22-BCT.
LEGAL NOTICE
The St. Johns River Water
Management District (District) gives
notice of receipt of the following
permit applicationss:
Standard General and Standard CUP
Permit Applications
E. I. DuPont De Nemours & Co., Inc.,
P. 0. Box 753, Starke, FL 32091,
application #50079-5.
The applicant proposes to add an
additional well on newly acquired
acreage -for cQmperciallindustrial
andd-dorriesti .- heree is' -no
overall requested change in existing
allocation or permit duration. The
withdrawals used by this proposed
project will consist of groundwater
from the Intermediate and Upper
& Lower Floridian Aquifers via 1
proposed well and 3 active wells;
in Bradford, Baker, Clay, Duval
Counties, located in Sections: 31, 32;
6 and 7, Township: 3 South, Range:
23 East; Sections: 1, 12, 13, 14, 23,
24, 25 and 36, Township: 4 South,
Range: 22 East; Sections: 17, 18,
19, 30, 31, 5, 6, 7 and 8, Township: 4
South, Range: 23 East; Sections: 35
and 36, Township: 2 South, Range: 22
East; Sections: 1, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14,-
2, 23, 24,.25, 26 and 36, Township:.
3 South, Range: 22 East, known'as
Florida Plant, Maxville Mine.
The file(s) containing the permit
applications) are , available for
inspection Monday through Friday,
.except for District holidays, 8:00
a.m. to 5:00 p.m. at the Districtis
Headquarters, 4049 Reid St.,
Palatka, Florida, 32177-2529. You
may also view files at one of the
District's Service Centers, but you
should call Service Center staff in
advance to make sure that the files
are at a specific Service Center.
Service Center contact information is
available online at https://permitting.
sjrwmd.com/epermitting/jsp/contact.
jsp. Additionally, most permit


application file documents can be
viewed online at http://floridaswater.
com/permitting/index.html. To obtain
information on how to find and view
permit application file documents,
go to the HELP tab in E-Permitting
and click on Support and FAQs and
then follow the directions provided
under "How to find a Technical Staff
Report (TSR) or other application file
documents."
The decision on Standard General and
Standard permit applications will be
made at the Districtis Service Center
where the application is processed,
unless the application is upgraded
to an Individual permit as explained
below. A substantial objection to
a Standard General or Standard
permit application must be made in
writing and filed with (received by) the
Director 'of Regulatory Information
Management, P OBox 1429, Palatka,
Florida, 32178-1429, or by e-mail at
applicationsupport@sjrwmd.com,
within 14 days of notification of the
application. Please include either
the Permit Application number or
the Project Name in the objection.
Notification of the application is either
the fifth day after the date on which
the written notice is deposited in the
U.S. mail (for those persons who
receive actual notice by U.S. mail),
the day the notice is emailed (for
those persons who receive actual
notice by email), or the date the
notice is published in the newspaper
(if actual notice is not provided by
U.S. mail or email). A "substantial
objection" means a written statement
directed to the District that identifies
the objector, concerns hydrologic
or environmental impacts of the
proposed consumptive use, and
relates to applicable rule criteria. A
timely substantial objection will cause
the Standard General or Standard
permit application to be considered
an application' for an Individual
permit. If the District receives a timely
substantial objection from you, then
you will receive written notice of the
Districtis intended decision on the
permit application.
ease note that decisions on
Individual permit applications will
be made either by the Districtis
Executive Director or designee
(for those applications which are
recommended for approval) or by the
Districtis Governing Board (for those
applications which are recommended
for denial). For Individual permit
applications, you, are advised to
notify the District within 14 days
of notification of the applications)
if you have questions, objections,
comments, or information regarding
the consumptive use proposed in
the permit application. If you make
a written request to the District for
additional information regarding a
specific permit application, you will
be provided an opportunity o obtain
the available information. Plasenote
that filing a written objection does not
entitle you to a Chapter 120, Florida
Statutes, administrative hearing.
Notice of intended (proposed) District
Decision will be provided to persons
who have requested individual notice.
A request for individual notice of
intended (proposed) District, Decision
on the application must be received
by the District's Director of the
Division of Regulatory Information
Management prior to the date the
notice of intended (proposed) District
Decision is generated- -i r .-
-Robert -Presley, Direct6r, Dbivlidn of
Regulatory Information Management
St. Johns River Water Management
District
7/15 Itchg-BCT
NOTICE OF EXECUTIVE
SESSION OF THE
ALACHUA/BRADFORD
REGIONAL WORK FORCE
BOARD
The Alachua/Bradford Regional
Work Force .. Board's .Executive
Committee d/b/a. Florida Works
("Board") will meet in an executive
session on Tuesday, July 20, 2010,
- at 2:00 p.m.., as part of an Executive
Committee '.meeting on that day.
The. Executive Session will be held
at -the Gainesville Area 'Chamber of
Commerce, .300 E. University Ave.,
Gainesville, Florida.
The executive session will be attended
by Executive Committee members:
Clay Martin, Linda Tatum, Ken
McGurn, Frank McGeown, Sonia
Douglas, Maggie Labarta, Lydia
Bush, Ted Gilson, Angela Cooper,
the Board's AE, Angela Pate, and
Attorney Dan Webb.
The subject matter of the executive
session is the lawsuit filed by
Arbor Education and Training in
connection with ITN# 06-02-2009.
The discussions during this session
shall be confined to settlement
negotiations and/or strategy relating


to litigation expenditures. The session
will be recorded by a certified court
reporter.
7/15 ltchg-BCT
PUBLIC NOTICE
This is to inform you that Suwannee
River Economic Council, Inc. will hold
eleven (11) pre-bid conferences and
walk-thru's for the weatherization
work of one hundred-twenty (120)
single-family dwelling participating
in the Bradford, Columbia, Gilchrist,
Hamilton, Lafayette, Madison, Taylor
and Union County Weatherization
Programs.
Meeting Schedules for one hundred-
twenty (120) Pre-bid conferences are
as follows:
July 12, 2010
-six (6) units at 8:00 am, Bradfbrd
County (bid due date July 15, 2010
at noon)
-six (6) units at 12:00 pm, Bradford
County (bid due date July 15, 2010
at noon)
July 13, 2010
-six (6) units at 8:00 am, Taylor County
(bid due date July 16; 2010 at noon)
-six (6) units at 12:00 pim, .Taylor
County (bid due date July 16, 2010
at noon)
July 14, 2010
-six (6) units at 8:00 am, Columbia
County (bid due date July 19, 2010
at noon)
-six (6) units at 12:00 pm, Columbia
County (bid due date July 19, 2040
at noon)
July 15, 2010
-six (6) units at 8:00 am, Gilchrist
County (bid due date July 20, 2010
at noon)
July 15, 2010
-six (6) units at 8:00 am, Hamilton
County (bid due date July'20, 2010
at noon)
- six (6) units at 12:00 pm, Hamilton
County (bid due date July 20, 2010
at noon)
July 22, 2010
-six (6) units at 8:00 am, Bradford
County (bid due date July 27, 2010
at noon)
- six (6) units at 12:00 pm, Bradford
County (bid due date July 27, 2010
at noon)
July 22, 2010
-six (6) units at 8:00 am, Lafayette
County (bid due date July 27, 2010
at noon)
- six (6) units at 12:00,pm, Lafayette
County (bid due date July 27, 2010
at noon)
July 23, 2010
-six (6) units at 8:00 am, Union County
(bid due date July 28, 2010 at noon)
July 27,2010
-six (6) units at 8:00 am, Dixie County
(bid due date July 30, 2010 it noon)
- six (6) units at 12:00,pm, Dixie
County (bid due date July 30, 2010
at noon)
July 28, 2010
-six (6) units at 8:00 am, Columbia
County (bid due date August 1, 2010
at noon)
- six (6) units at 12:00 pm, Columbia
County (bid due date August 1, 2010
at noon)
July 29, 2010
-six (6) units.at 8:00 am, Madison
County (bid due date August 2, 2010
at noon)
- six (6) units at 12:00 pm, Madison
County (bid due date August 2, 2010
at noon)
ALL will begin at the respective
S.R.E.C., Inc. location:
Bradford Outreach Office,.
1210 Andrews Circle (PO Box 1142),
Starke, FL 32091
Taylor Outreach Office, 1708 S
Byron Butler Parkway, Ste B, Perry,
Florida 32348
Columbia Outreach Office, 303
NW Quinten Street, Lake City, Florida
32056
Gilchrist Outreach Office, 101
NE 1" Street, Trenton, Florida 32693
Hamilton Outreach Office,
1114 NW US Hwy 41 (PO Box 852),
Jasper, Florida 32052
Lafayette Outreach Office, 114
SW Community Circle, Mayo, Florida
32066
Union Service Center, 855 SW
6" Ave., Lake Butler, Florida 32054
Dixie Outreach Office, 357 SE
22"d Avenue, Cross City, Florida
32628
Madison Service Center, 146 SE
Bunker St. (PO Box 565), Madison,
Florida 32341
The conferences and walk-thru's
are mandatory, no exceptions, for
contractors who plan to bid SREC,
Inc. requires each contractor to be
properlylicensed,carrygeneralliability
insurance of at least $1,000,o00.00,
POI (Pollution Occurrence Insurance)
and Workers Comp Insurance (No
Exemptions) before bid opening.
Please mark envelope "Sealed Bid
for Name of Homeowner." Bids are to
be opened and awarded July 15, 16,
19, 20, 27, 28, 30 and August 1V and


2"d, 2010 at 12:30 p.m. respectively.
SREC, Inc. has the right to reject any
and all bids. The bids will be awarded
on the most cost effective basis.
7/15 ltchg-BCT



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Lawtey yard sale

this weekend
The Lawtey Recreation De-
partment is having a yard sale
clearance this Saturday, July 17,
from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the rec-
reation department. Lots of items
will be drastically reduced, in-
cluding many items available for
only 50 cents.
Funds will be used to purchase
school supplies for needy chil-
dren in the community.


Bradford

Democrats to

meet July 19
The Bradford County Demo-
cratic Executive Committee will
meet Monday, July 19 at 6 p.m.
in the Bradford CoOnty Public
Library. The agenda will include
a discussion of the campaign plan
for the elections this fall. i
DEC members are asked to
continue to bring nonperishable .
items for the food pantry and alu-
minum cans for recycling.
The Bradford DEC represents
the Democratic voters of Brad-
ford County. There are currently
openings for committeemen or
committeewomen in some pre-
cincts. All interested Democrats
are invited to attend.
For further information about
being a precinct representative
or about the DEC, contact DEC
Chair Judy Becker at 904-782-
3502 or visit the DEC Web site.
at bradfordcountydemocrats.org.


Meridian

offers senior

prevention

program
Meridian Behavioral. Health- -".
care is launching their new older
adult program "Prevention! The
New Health Plan" for adults 55
and older on Aug. 4. The presen-
tation will provide an education- '.
al overview and delivery of skills
for dealing with man of life's so-
cial challenges as well as educa-
tion on the need for prevention.
The program-first in a se-
ries-will take place from 10
a.m. to noon at Haven Hospice,
6037 U.S. 90 West in Lake City,
and includes a light brunch.
RSVP to reserve your space by
July 29 by calling Dottie Baker
at 1-800-330-5615, ext. 8313, or
e-mail dottie_baker@mbhci.org.
The community-based pro-
gram will address upcoming top-
ics like mood, depression, alco-
hol and more.


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Church holds
Freedom
Fest on the
Fourth
BY ISH EDWARDS
Special to the Telegraph
The Fourth of July Freedom
SFest celebration at Bayless High-
way Baptist Church turned out to
be a big success. The festivities
Were attended by close to 100
-neighbors of the community.
"We planned the event to cel-
ebrate our country's freedom
and recognize the servants of the
community, including the sher-
iff's office, Starke Police De-
Spartment, state forestry service
as well as our veterans," Pastor
Jeff Stading said.
The gathering was also used
to register the community for va-
cation Bible school.
Festivities included games for
the kids such as sack races, stick
horse races, a bean bag toss, fish-
ing pond, moon walk, dart throw


and horse lasso. Adults enjoyed
horseshoes, cakewalks as well as
door prizes. Hotdogs and chips
were served, and there was plen-
ty lemonade to quench thirsts on
a hot July day.
Live music was provided by
The Overall Band, with a mix-
ture of southern gospel music
and bluegrass. A crowd favorite
was a rousing rendition of "The
Orange Blossom Special" with
siblings Shelby Clark on the
stand up bass and Matthew Clark
on the fiddle.
Several .community organi-
zations were also on hand with
displays and information give-
aways.
Joan Hall and Margie Hall
represented the Starke Police
Department. They were on hand
to register children for the K-ID
program. The K-ID program
is a database that can be used
in the event of a niissing child.
The police department registers
children, collecting information
such as height, weight and thumb
print.
Margie and Joan stated if a
child is missing the information
can be sent out within minutes to
the media. The information will


also be e-mailed to law enforce-
ment agencies all over the world.
The ID can also be used at air-
ports for identification for chil-
dren under the age of three.
The forestry service was rep-
resented by Michael Christie
and Jeremy Park. The forestry
department brought a bulldozer,
stickers, pencils and information
bags; On a normal workday the
department will do fire manage-
ment preparation, land manage-
ment, control bums, maintain
equipment and fight fires when
needed.
The Bradford County Sheriffs
Office was represented by school
resource officer Sheri Mann. She
promoted bicycle safety, car seat
safety and handed out informa-
tion on other services.
One of the favorite displays
was the sheriff's office's Hum-
mer. The hummer is used for
training, raids and off-road
searches. Also present was the
sheriff's traffic safety, trailer,
used for DUI checkpoints.
Bayless Highway Baptist
Church would like to thank ev-
eryone who gave their time and
donations to make this event a
success.


Michael Christie and Jeremy Park from the Florida Division- of Forestry and a massive
piece of equipment.


Prospectors
meet monthly
The Starke chapter of the
Gold Prospectors Association of
America Gold, Gem and Trea-
sure Hunters meets every third
Thursday of the month at 7 p.m.
at IHOP in Starke. This is a fam-
ily oriented club and young peo-
ple are welcome.
The next meeting will be July
15.
Come join this nonprofit or-
ganization if you are looking for
fun and adventure in your life.
For more information, please
contact chapter President John
Leshuk at 904-964-4677, or visit
www.goldprospectors.org.


If sheriff's get to drive one of these, sign Denlyn Connor
up!


Justyce-Lynn Wray, Cody Wray, Macey Hallam, Roddey
Reynolds and Blake Connor line up to throw darts.






fBoa 4ngel

FREE 2-NIGHT VACATION!
Donate Car * Boat * RV * Motorcycle
1-800-227-2643
www.boatangel.com
www.charityboatsales.org


Paul Sanders, P.A
Attorney at Law
* Real Estate
* Contracts, Evictions
and Foreclosure
: Estate Planning
. l\ Wills & Probate
"0 * Corporate Formation
i and Business Law
* Divorce, Custody &
Adoption
* General Litigation
* Personal Injury
904-964-5701
403 Georgia Street *Starke, FL
(1st office on the right)


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-CRIME
SOCIALS
OBITUARIES
EDITORIAL'
NEWS FROAM 4JRADFORD COUNTY, UNION COUNTY AND THE LAKE REGION




i BHS grad caps memorable college career


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor.
If an athlete wrote a script of
how his or her career was
going to go prior to it actually
happening, the final act would
most likely not have the career
ending with a loss.


Yet looking back on her
career, Kasey Barrett could not
have scripted things much
better. Sure, her last outing as
a Florida International
University pitcher was a loss'
in an NCAA regional softball
tournament, but with her team


facing elimination after its first
game, Barrett pitched the
Golden Panthers to their first-
ever NCAA tournament win.
The team advanced to the final
round of the regional
"tournament before losing to
host Florida.


"I couldn't end it better than
that," Barrett, a 2006 Bradford
High School graduate, said. "I
had a successful season. I had
great opportunities. I'm OK
with ending it.like that."
Barett, the daughter of
William Barrett and Glenn and


Robin Witt, played three
seasons at FIU after attending
South Florida Community
College as a freshman. She
was named the Sun Belt
Conference Pitcher of the Year
See BARRETT page 9B


Kasey Barrett recently
wrapped up her senior
'season as a member of
the Florida International
University softball team.
She pitched the Golden
-Panthers to their first-
--ever NCAA regional tour-
nament win. Photo by
Samuel Lewis. (Courtesy
of Florida International
S University.)


Outdoorsmen's
ministry to
meet July 15 In
Starke
Crosshorn Ministries, which
is open to men and boys of all
ages who love the outdoors,
will be meeting Thursday, July
15, at 7 p.m. at the Starke Golf
and Country Club.
"Golf" is the topic of this
month's meeting, which will
include instructions, tips and
demonstrations.
An "outdoors" devotional
will be presented during the
latter part of the. meeting,
which will conclude with prize
drawings.
Admission is free. Snacks
a-id drinks will be available.
For more information, please
call John Whitfield at 352-475-
1904. You may- also e-mail
Whitfield at
iuntfishwriter@aol.com.

YMCA football
clinics to be
held in Starke,
Lake Butler
SThe North Central Florida
YMCA will be hosting youth
football clinics for ages 7-16 in
Stake and Lake Butler next
month.
:A two-week camp, which
costs $70, will be held Aug. 2-
13 at the Bradford County
Fairgrounds in Starke, while a
one-week camp, which costs
$40, will be held Aug. 16-20 at
Sprinkle Field in Lake Butler.
For more information, call
904-964-9622.



The family of Dwight
Davis would like to thank
everyone for their
thoughtful deeds and
prayers during his
extended illness. We are
overwhelmed with
gratitude for the
abundant love and
compassion that has been
shown to the family over
the last two months.
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mercy,.we expect Dwight
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28 Telegraph, Times & Monitor B Section * Thursday, July 15, 2010


Bradford players, coach s


come together at reunion


Former Head Coach David Hurse (far right) chats with Earl Biggs (far left) and Allen
Crawford during a Bradford High School football reunion at the Starke Golf and
Country Club.


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Regional News/Sports Editor
It was a time to look back at
the past, but eyes were also
cast to the future as former
Bradford High School football
players and coaches attended a
reunion at the Starke Golf and
County Club on July 10.
Approximately 150 people
attended .the event, which was
hosted by members of the
1965 state championship team.
It was a time to reminisce,
catch up on former teammates'
lives and tell jokes at each
other's expense, but it was also
a time to drum up excitement
for today's program and new
head coach Derek Chipoletti.
Lennard Register, who
coached the Tornadoes from


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dinner is served.

1955 through 1961, said he
was fired up about this coming
season. He encouraged the
crowd to help-pack the stadium
and support the new coaching
staff. He would be there doing
his part.
"I'll be at every ball game,"
Register said. "I'll be
hollering. I'll be pulling for the
.Big Red like I've never done
before."
Butch Redding; a member of
the 1965 team, said he. would
like to see the Tornadoes get
the kind of support they used
to get.
"Remember how it used to
be when we played? On Friday
evenings on away games, there
was nobody in Starke. The
lights (in town) were out,"
Redding said. "We need to
rekindle that football
commitment and that
enthusiasm as a community. 1
challenge you-especially
those of us who live in the
area-to buy' some season
tickets and support our
Tornadoes."
Chipoletti, WTIo att idedi'he'
event, said he and his fl'il\'
have already been embraced
by the community and that, in
turn, he, his. staff and the
players would do likewise,
with an emphasis on
remembering former players
like Redding and former
coaches like Register.
'"We are.going to return the
favor," Chipoletti said. "We
want to embrace you and
embrace the tradition. Your
blood; sweat and tears are not
forgotten."
Chipoletti talked a little
about his team, mentioning
how the offense would operate
out of the spread formation,
which he described as a
combination of two offenses-
the. veer and the wing-T-
former head coach David
Hurse used to run. He talked of


yne Douglas chat befo'


how 60-65 players are i th '.s
weight room three times a-i:
week and how his tearbmii
finished fourth out of 30 leama.i
at a Fellowship of Chrstianiea
Athletes seven-on- evencz,
passing league tournament. ,:
The new coach, th.ughi=z
seemed more interested ini:
praising the men who came .8
before him, such ap urse.
Register and Mike Sextoi. Her;,-
said it was obvious those meniiT
served as role models for the .,
players they coached. It was-,i-
men like those who helped .-i
Chipoletti get to where he, is!e
today, he said, and the cianc,
to coach at Bradford HighiA;.,:
School where such meo!-
coached and had treme douscD
success is a "coach's d eamrn,-
come-true." ;o,
"It's why you, coach;,.;
football," Chipoletti said. ;
The results speak for,,-
themselves. Hurse ,was the's,,,
Tornadoes' head coach f)r 2 ;,,
seasons, winning 63 percent of
his games and guidin theg.
Tornadoes to two state; z
championships. andi,one state.;3
runner-Up finiShtRegi~,, tWiiy%,
75 percent of his gam s irnc
seven seasons. Sexton was 8 b
longtime assistant whft
coordinated some iercq
defenses, including a 198s);
squad that allowed ?4 points,;
all season. ,
Terry Vaughan, thtr
reunion's master ofi-,
ceremonies, said Sexton0e
coached "some of the beskct
defenses ever put toget er, 1sa
think, on a high school footballhc
field in the state of Florida;'.,
but Sexton, when give the-,,
opportunity to speak, def ected.&
such praise, saying thati.,.
belonged to the players.
"What we accomplished, w -...n
accomplished because yo u'r
people who were will g to!,

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State wildlife
commission
offers hunters
the chance to
join Dove Club
BY TONY YOUNG
Special to the Telegraph.
Times, Monitor
To me, the best part about
hunting is not harvesting
game, but spending quality
tifne in the outdoors with
friends and family.
One of the best ways to do
just that is through dove
hunting. However, great dove
units are in such high demand
They're often difficult to find.
That's why the Florida Fish
and Wildlife Conservation
Commission created its
Special-Opportunity Dove
Club Program-to offer
hunters the chance
of experiencing exceptional
dove hunting on the state's
best public dove fields.
Dove Club permits enable
one adult and one youth (under
age 16) to hunt all scheduled
dates for the dove field of their
choice. Permits cost $150 and
enable both hunters to each
take a daily bag limit of
birds. There are a total of eight
hunts on all but one of the
selected dove fields (Caravelle
Ranch has six), and all .hunts
are from noon until sunset and
take place on Saturdays,
starting Oct. 2 and ending Jan.
8.-
Last year, 1,436 birds were
harvested from five fields.
This coming season, there will
be: six special-opportunity
dove fields scattered
throughout the state from
which to choose.
' One of the fields is on the
Aliipattah Flats Public Small-
Game Hunting Area in Martin
County, east of Lake
Okeechobee. There are 25
Dove Club permits available
fori the 100-acre field, and
participants last year
experienced an average take of
nearly two birds per hunter per
day, harvesting 363 birds.
The North Newberry Public
SSmall-Game Hunting Area in
Alachua County has 13 Dove
Club ' permits onl iitsi 40
acres.That i:. field -"' really
produced last season, with 410
doves taken by only 107
hunters.
Another field is on the
Combs Farm Public Small-
Game Hunting Area in Baker
County, where there are 10
Ddve Club permits for the 35
acres. Caravelle Ranch in
Putnam County has a 200-acre
dove field with 30 Dove Club
*permits available, and the field
on; Hilochee Wildlife
Management Area in Lake
County has 15 Dove Club
permits available to hunt its 58
acres.
The. remaining special-
opportunity dove field, the
Frog Pond Public Small-Game
Hunting Area in Miami-Dade
County, was the top producer
in - past years, but was
unavailable' last season. It will
bppen this year and is going
tosIiave about 30 Dove Club
p4Onits available to hunt its 50
acres.
:here has been a change this
y' : Dove Club permits will
nao be sold first-come, first-
seted during Phase I as they
aif been in the past, but will
inead be issued by random
daywing. The Phase - I
ap location period '" for
ap lying, which is currently
uier way, . runs through
NMiiday, July 19.
ifter obtaining the correct
application ,worksheet by
gaming to
wtitv.myfwc.com/hunting and
clicking on "Limited Entry
Hunts," you can apply for
tl~ese season passes by filling
o)It a single worksheett (with
uip to five dove field choices)
al.d turning it in at any county
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See DOVE page 7B


LEGALS
PUBLIC NOTICE
ie relar meeting of the
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Bhforcement Board is scheduled
fir July 20"1 at 6:00 p.m.. in the
(immnission Meeting Room, North
Wing, Bradford County
Courthouse, 945 N. Temple Ave.,
Starke, FL. A copy of the agenda
rtay be obtained from the office of
Opunty Manager in the North wing
da the County Courthouse. -
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Community Theater will be
presenting Lisa Patrick-
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23-25, at Chrissy's Olde
Meeting House Cafe on Call
Street in-downtown Starke.
This is. an audience-


participation mystery/comedy
that invites you to become the
celebrated guests of Lord and
Lady Moon at the coveted
annual Moonlight Masquerade
Charity Gala, where a
diamond, Tiffany necklace is
scheduled to be auctioned off.
Tickets, which cost $25 for.
dinner and show, will go on
sale Monday, July 5.
Seating is limited, so-
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SSocial Announcements


Letters to the Editor


Tabitha Lauren Martin and
Joel Aaron Davis


Martin, Davis
to wed July
.2010
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Martin
and Mr. and Mrs. James Davis
Jr. announce the upcoming
marriage of their children,
Lauren Martin and Joel Davis,
on July 24, 2010, at 3 p.m. at
Madison Street Baptist
Church, with a reception to
follow. No local invitations are
being sent, but all friends and
family are invited to attend.


Births


S Dylan James Quay

Dylan Quay
SHarry James Quay and Ashley
Christine Flint of Fort Myers,
announce the birth of their son,
bylan James Quay, in Fort
"Myers on Tuesday, June 22,
.2010. He weighed 7 pounds 11
.unces and measured 20 inches
i length.
. Maternal grandparents are
Gary and Suzanne Young 'of
.Worthington Springs. Maternal
great-grandparents are Warren
and Mary Flint of Deland,
Elizabeth A. Young of'Lake
Butler and Rita G. Flint of Co-
conut Creek.
SPaternal grandmother is Di-
anna Quay of Fort Myers. Pater-
nal great-grandparents are :Bes-
Sie and Jerry Starr of Fort
flyers, and Jane and John
Burchette of Oklahoma.


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Jimmy and.Shirley Gaskins
are celebrating- their 50Th
wedding anniversary. They
were married on July 15;, 1960,
at Freewill Baptist Church, and
have lived in Bradford County
ever since.
They have three children,
Mike, Jackie and Diane; six
grandchildren, Emily, Ginger,
Whitney, Brandon, Michael
and Trey; and one great-
grandson, Zach Dewitt.


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SLaura Nicula Griffis
graduated on May 7, 2010,
from Lake City Community
College nursing program. She
is employed as a registered
nurse at Shands Hospital in
Gainesville in the surgical
intensive care unit.
She is currently enrolled in
the bachelor of science nursing
program at the University of
Central Florida.


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Anderson-
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set for July- 31.
The 27" Annual Anderson-
Taylor reunion will be held at
the Lake Butler, Florida
Community Center on
Saturday, July 31, 2010, from
10 a.m. until 4 p.m.
Descendants and friends are
welcome. Please bring a
covered dish for the noon
meal.
There will be a .short
business meeting prior to-the -
meal. Bring you tall tales,
photographs and family trees.
This annual reunion involves
the descendants of John James
Anderson (1842-1864) and
"Elizabeth Douglas (1840-
.1924), and their children
James Martin Leonard
Anderson and Julia Anderson
Taylor.
For more information, .
contact the following: Mrs,
Nell White, 703 N.W. Orange
Ave., Lake City, FL 32055.
Phone (386) 719-5685. E-mail:
White.Virginia@att.net.

BHS class of
'65 members
asked to weigh
in on reunion
Members of the Bradford
High School class of 1965 are
seeking input from other
members on a possible reunion
that would tentatively be held
in November.
Anyone interested should
call Steve Denmark at 904-
964-5827.
BHS class,of
'75 to host
reunion July 24
The Bradford High School
class of 1975 is having its 35th
reunion Saturday, July 24, at 6
p.m. at the Starke Golf and
Country Club. Cost is $25 per
person and must be in the form
of a check or money order
made payable to: BHS Class of
1975. Please include mailing
address and. if appliicable, e-
mail address. .,


Mail payment to: Donna
Solze, PO Box 213, Starke, FL
32091.
The reunion is open to all
class members, even if they
moved prior to graduation.
If you would like to help
with the reunion, there will be
a meeting Monday, July 19, at
the Starke Golf and Country
Club at 10 a.m.
The planning committee is
in need of phone numbers and
e-mail information in order to
get in touch with class
members.
Class members may join the
class group on Facebook for
further updates.
For more information, please
call Donna Pauley Solze at
904-964-5803 or Mable Jones
McCarthy at 352-473-3964.

BHS class of
'80 planning
Aug. 14 reunion
The Bradford High School
class of 1980 will hold its 30"'
reunion on Aug. 14 afrthe
Charley E. Johns Confeience
Center in Starke.
The deadline to register for
the reunion is Saturday, July
24. It is bpen to all class
members, including those who
moved prior to graduation.
The cost is $35 per person
and must be paid by
check made out to: BHS Class
of 1980. The check can be
mailed to, Pam (Underhill)
Whittle at 100 E. Call St.,
Starke, FL 32091, or to Kevin
Miller at 515 E. Adkins St,
Starke, FL 32091.
The class will also get
together on Aug. 13 for a
weekend reunion kickoff party
at the sports pub Whale
Tales on Call Street .in
downtown Starke.
For more information,
contact Whittle at via e-mail at
pam@northfloridachamber.
com or Miller at
kmiller@bctelegraph.com.
You may also call Whittle and
Miller at 904-964-5278 and
904-964-6305, respectively.
Also, join the class of 1980
group gn0.Fjgg.o for updates .
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Jason Garver finds himself all wet at Fairgrounds Speedway in Nashville. A flooded.
pit area caused some concern, but Garver was able to compete in the Frank Kim-
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Weather leaves Garver


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BYCLIFF SMELLEY
RegionailNews/Sports Editor
Starke resident JaSon Garver
built his own car to compete in
Frank -Kimniel Street Stock
races, .but building a boat
would have been useful at a
recent: race he attended in
Nashville.
Garver, a member of Dixie
Speed Racing, finished sixth at
the race, which was held at the
Fairgrounds Speedway on June
27. He had quite the ordeal,
though, leading up to the race,
which was postponed from its
,''scheduled June 26 run because
6f heavy rains that flooded the
infield.
"The water was getting high
enough to where' we were
worried about it going in the
motor," Garver said. "We had


t not out of race


to make a decision to move the
car and get the. trailer and
everything out of there. I
actually had to about go'under
water like a scuba diver to get
the jack stands and jack the car
up.
"We had to hook a tow rope
to it and drag it out of the
water to keep he water from
getting in everything."
Garver said it had rained
earlier on the day of the race,
which left his car in 8 to 10.
inches of water. Later rains,
though, had him and his crew
wading through water
approximately 3 feet deep.
"We parked where we did to
be close to the tire booth and
the restrooms and all that,"
Garver said,,"but that ended up
being the worst possible spot


you'd want to park.at."
Fortunately, the only part of
the car the rising water entered
was the transmission. Garver
said all he had to do was
change the gear oil. Then he
was good to go for the race.
"That was an experience-
something I have never seen at
any race," Garver said.
Garver normally does most
of his racing at Columbia
Motorsports Park in Lake City,
where he competes in the pure
stock, late model and modified
divisions. (As of June 19, he
was second in the points
standings of the pure stock
class, behind fellow Bradford
County driver Tim Alldredge,
and seventh in the modified

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home into a larger room of the
:Woman's Club. During this
time, the Book Review Club
was formed, wherein guest
speakers met at the homes of
members and gave summaries
of best-selling fiction and non-
fiction.
Another program was a
popular children's hour under
the direction of R.L, Kemp,
who entertained the young
people with his vivid
storytelling.
By its fourth anniversary,
the library numbered more
than 2,914 books. As the
Depression years faded, and
the WPA program ended, the
city and county governments
took up the slack with much-


The following story was
originally published in 1979 in
the Bradford County
Telegraph's 100"' anniversary
supplement. It was written by
Loretta Gasper, who was a
University of Florida student
journalist at the time.


Public library

got start in '385

with donation of

156 books
It took 40 years for the
Bradford County Public
Library to find a permanent
home after moving from pillar
to post over a period of several
decades since its first opening
in the austere days of 1935.
The facility was originally
launched as a WPA project
during the Great Depression
and was sponsored by the
Woman's Club of Starke from
the first, when it was housed in
one small room of the club
building on North Walnut
Street.
The library owed its start to
the dogged determination and
personal sacrifice of book
lover Jeanette C. Young, who
donated 186 volumes from her
personal collection to get the
project off the ground. Today,
the public library boasts more
than 18,000 volumes, with an
average annual circulation of
more than 57,000.
In the beginning, the library
was the first in Florida to
borrow books from the state
library in Tallahassee. Its first
book allotment consisted of 50
volumes of best-sellers and
classics, which were returned
to the state every three months
for future loans.
The money for purchasing
new book orders was raised by
renting them out for seven
days at 10 cents each, although
the majority of books still
remaip.e free for the public.
A year after its opening, the
growing popularity of reading
in Starke forced the library to
move out of its broom-closet


needed financial support. Costs
were modest in those days,
however. In 1939, the librarian
was being paid a salary of $15
per month, while cost of new
books averaged 82 cents each.
In 1947, Starke was a
crowded, little city because of
Camp Blanding and World
War II, and the library
reflected these conditions.
Lack of space again posed a
problem with the growing
population, as well as with the
growing enthusiasm of readers
who learned to like books
when they had no money for
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division, which is led by
Bradford County driver J.F.
McClellan.)' The Frank
Kimmel series, though, gives
him a chance to compete on
NASCAR-type tracks.
Kimmel, who competes in
ARCA races, started'the series
in 2007.
"He started it where local
people or people like mewho
aren't good -enough or who
don't have the money to race
in NASCAR can go race on
NASCAR tracks or nicer
track, than what you would
race on normally," Garver
said.
Garver competed in a
Kimmel Series race at the
Rockingham (N.C.) Speedway,
but did not finish the race
because of a wreck.
"In that race, we started 361h
(out of 70 cars)," Garver said.
"We got up to 20h, and we
hadn't run but about 15, 20
' laps. We were going to have a
good finish."
The trip to Nashville may
have been a sign of things to
come as a blowout and a
detour made a 10-hour trip
actually 16 hours.
"It was more than a trip,"
Garver said. "It was an
adventure."
Garver said since he had
never driven at the Fairgrounds
Speedway, he really needed
* practice time, but the rain did
not accommodate him.
Despite the rain, flooding
and race delay, Garver and
Dixie Speed Racing's Henry
Hodges were thrilled with the
way things turned out.
"After what we went
through, it was a win," Hodges
said.
Garver said going into the


race, he would've been happy
with a top-10 finish. He got it
by placing sixth.
"That was pretty good," he
said. "We're not going to
complain about it."
Many drivers who
participate in Kimmel Series
races have ARCA or
NASCAR ties, Garver said.
Sprint Cup .crew chiefs and
Dale. Earnhardt Jr., for
example, own cars that race in
the series. Therefore, many of
the drivers are able to gain
valuable tips and insight from
big-time drivers and crew
members.
Also, Garver said it's not
unusual to see many cars
arrive at Kimmel races in
$300,000-$400,000 tractor-
trailets.
S"It's hard for us kind of
being a small-town operation


to compete," Garver said, "but
we did it (in Nashville). We
can run with them. We've got
to get better, probably, on the
technical end. The
competition's pretty stiff."
Many people, though, who
attended the Nashville race
were impressed with Garver,
from the job he did building
his car to the job he did
driving.
"We turned some heads,"
Hodges said. "Maybe in the
future, we'll turn some more."
The next Frank Kimmel race
is Sept. 11 at Bristol (Tenn.)
Motor Speedway, but Garver
is not sure he'll compete in-
that race as it may conflict
with a late-model division
race. Most likely, he'll
compete in the next scheduled
Frank Kimmel event at
Rockingham Speedway in


January.
Garver said the late-model
races are a priority. Though he
said he's been struggling in
that division so far this year,
he will soon have a new car to
compete in that series.
The street stock car he races
in Kimmel Series races is:'
basically a "play toy," Garver
said. The new late-model car,:
though, has him excited.
"When we get that new car,
things will be a lot better, or..
should be," Garver said.-
"We've really got high hopes.
I'll put it that way."
Even with the focus on 'he;.
late-model series, Garver'.S-
would like to make his mark in -.
the Kimmel Series.
"It would be nice to win on
one of those tracks," he said. ..
The -ability to keep driving_,-
in such races, as well asi.:
competing in all the other,,.
divisions Garver competes in,
depends upon sponsors. He
wished to thank the major. ,
sponsors of his street stock car:
Henry Hodges Construction,
Lightning Pawn, Williams
Sandblasting, Eat More Beef,,;,
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Engines, WEAG 106.3, "
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and chief sponsor Harold
Davis of Brooker. '
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helping us out, we'll keep.;,
going to some (Kimmel ''-
races)," Garver said. "It's
something neat I probably'
wouldn't get to do without this :","
series, so I better take
advantage of it."


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Obituaries I:


Norma Baker
LAKE BUTLER-Norma Ann
Conwall Baker, 78, of Lake
Butler, died at her home in Lake
Butler on Wednesday, July 7,
2010, after an extended illness.
She was born in Nashville, Tenn.,
where she lived most of her life.
She was the daughter of the late
Henry Conwall and Nora R. Ervin,
She was a homemaker.
Mrs. Baker is survived by: her
husband, Robert Charles Baker; a
daughter, Katherine Ann Puckett
of Lake Butler; a grandson, Joshua
Anthony Hartley of San Jose,
Calif.; and a. sister, Ethel L.
Loggins of Nashville, Tenn.
Graveside funeral services were
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Orange 'Park. Mrs. Crause was
bor on December 18, 1928.
She is survived by: her
daughter, Diane McHugh (Arthur)
Schuelei; her sons, Tony
Gillespie, Albert Joey (Brenda
Jean) Boyles, and Larry Frances
Boyles; her sisters, Jeanie
McCombs and Bernice Baldree;
her brother, Billy Parrish; eight
grandchildren, 16 great-
grandchildren and 2 great-great-
grandchildren.
Services were held on July 12.
Jacksonville Memory Gardens
Funeral Home is in charge of
arrangements.

Lamar Crosby
TITUSVILLE-Lamar Raymond
Crosby; 74, died Monday, July 12,
2010, at his home in Titusville. He
was born and raised in Brooker.
He married Frances Douglas, and
lived in Pompano Beach for many
years.
Mr. Crosby is survived by: his
wife of 55 years, Frances; sons,
Randall .(Patty), and Lamar Jr.
(Chris); a sister, Madeline Jones; a
grandson, Christopher (Diane);
and a granddaughter, Stephanie.
. Graveside services will be held
on Fridav Jlllv 16. at Dedan


Gina Frazee
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-Gina
L. Frazee, 50, of Keystone
Heights, died on Wednesday, July
7, 2010, after an extended illness.
Mrs. Frazee was a distinguished-
educator serving high school
students as a business and
technology teacher in Bradford
and Clay counties for 23 years.
She is survived by: her husband
of 28 years, Randy Frazee; a son,
Colton, 21; a daughter, MorgaTn,
14, all of Keystone Heights; her
parents, Millard Brown and
Applean Reynolds Brown of
Starke; a brother, Terence Brown
of Earlton; and a twin sister, Tina
McRae of Kingsley Lake.
Mrs. Frazee was an. active
member of the First United
Methodist Church of Starke. A
celebration of her life was held on
July 13. In lieu of flowers,
donations may be -made to the
First United Methodist Church
Starke Youth Department, PO Box
157, Starke, FL 32091; Haven
Hospice, 4200 NW 90'" Blvd.,
Gainesville, FL 32606; or the
American Cancer Society, 1-800-
227-2345. Arrangements are in the
care of Jones-Gallagher Funeral
Home of Starke.

James Griffis
LAWTEY-Reverend James Eli
Griffis, 82, of Lawtey, died on
Friday, July 9, 2010, at his home
following an extended illness..Mr.
Griffis was born in Penney Farms
on Sept. 21, 1927, to the late
Joseph M. Griffis and Pearl Luke-
Griffis. He was a member of
Highland First Baptist Church
where he served as a deacon for
many years: He was also a
member of the Masonic Lodge
#189 for 50 years, where he
served as a past worshipful
master. He retired from DuPont
after 27 years of service.
Mr...Griffis was preceded in
death by his son; Michael Griffis,
two sisters and six brothers. He is
survived by: his wife of 56 years,
Marjorie Prevatt Griffis of
Lawtey; his. daughter, Tammy
(John) Green; - three brothers;
granddaughters, Shantae (Chad)
Marshall andi Ashler (Naothan)


Lavinia Judd

Lavinia Judd
OCALA-Lavinia Reames-Judd,
61, of Ocala, formerly of Starke,
died Sunday, June 6, 2010, at
Ocala Regional Medical Center
from a sudden illness. She
graduated from Bradford High
School.
Mrs. Judd. was preceded in
death by: three brothers, David,
Tommy and Curtis Reames; and A
sister, Mary Lue. She is survived
by: three sisters, Betty,Moody of
Lawtey, Lawanda Quinn of
Starke, and Ruby McClelan of
Lake City; two brothers, William
Paul Reames Jr. of Lawtey and
James Reames of Augusta, Ga.;
her husband of 46 years, Millard
Ray Judd of Ocala; three sons,
Derek Judd of Tennessee, Keith
Judd of Fort McCoy and Ray Judd
III of Ocala; a daughter, Suzanne
Greattouse of-West Virginia; and
12 grandchildren.
Mrs. Judd was a wonderful and
caring wife to her husband. She
loved her children with every, part
of her being. She never turned any
child away from her door. She
would feed them and have them
call their parents. All she wanted
was to be loved because she had
so much love-to give. I will miss
her until we meet again. She is in
heaven waiting on me. I love you,
Venier. Love, Lawanda Reames-
Quinn.
PAID OBITUARY


Cemetery in Titusville, Marshall Beasley; and a great- Daniel Pater
granddaughter, Kimberlynn KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-Daniel
Betty Cummings Beasley. s w McCulloch Patei Jr., 90, of
S A homegoing service was held Keystone Heights, died Sunday,
SARIZONA-Betty Ann on July 11. In lieu of flowers, the July 11, 2010, following an
Cummings, 55, of Mesa, Ariz., family-requests that donations be extended illness. Mr. Pater was
died Monday, July 5, 2010. Mrs. made to the Highland First Baptist born in New York City, N.Y., on
Cummings was born in Starke, Church building fund in James' Sept. 18, 1919, to the late Daniel
and was a housekeeper. name. Arrangements are under the M. and Elizabeth May Aston Pater
Services will be held on care of Archie Tanner Funeral Sr,..He had served as commander
Saturday, July 17, at 11 a.m. in Services of Starke. in the U.S. Maritime during World
the Pleasant Grove United War II and worked for a
Methodist Church, with burial to LOis Haynes prominent naval architecture firm.
follow in Bob Love Cemeteri He was a licensed professional
calling hours will be on Friday,, MORRISTON-Lois I. Haynes, engineer in New Jersey, Maryland
July 16, froma-4-6-�,pAin., :a- tvtit-?i t.e, ,foa ,a^o^t gritothi tirement
James AME Church in Titusville. y 41 t ' d in 1983, Mr. Pater worked for E.1.
Lewis-Ray Mortuary in Titusville Samaritan Retirement Center after ont in various positions in
is in charge of arrangements. an extended illness. She was born maintenance and construction as
in Stoneville, N.C.; and lived in well asproject engineering work
Lake Butler for 30 years before well asproject engineering work
"moving to Williston 10 years ago. for 32 years.
moving to Williston 10 years ago. Mr. Pater was preceded in death
.She was a homemaker and a by his wife, Margaret Mary Pater.
m ember of the Trinity Baptist by his wife, Margaret Mary Pater.
Church in Lake Buty Baptist ler. He is survived by: his children,
pIn Lovg M.emory Margaret Whitaker of Sherwood,
n ovn eShe was preceded in death by Alaska, Daniel M. Pater III of
Of her husband, Rufus Haynes. She is Alaska,SDa nel Md Pater of
survived by: her guardians, Frank Columbia, S.C. and Robert C.
FrankLong and Sonja Haynes of Morriston; Pater of Keystone Heights; his
,.yhet caregiver, Lollita 0. Klunk; a sister, Betty Blum of New Jersey;
1 son, John Yeager of Illinois; and a two grandchildren and one great-
brother, William Prillaman of grandchild.
S Maryland. Viewing for Mr. Pater will be
Graveside funeral services were held on Thursday, July 15, from 5-
held July 9. Archer Funeral Home 7 p.m. at the funera) home.
r of Lake Butler is in charge of Funeral services will be held on
Sarrangemerits. Friday, July 16, at 10 a.m. in the


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In lieu. of flowers, the family is
asking for contributions to be
made to the Hospice of your
choice. Arrangements are under
the care of Jones-Gallagher
Funeral Home of - Keystone
Heights.

Wyndsdah Portier
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-
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of Keystone Heights, died on July
10, 2010, Arrangements are under
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Helen Prevatt
HAMPTON-Helen J. Prevatt,
69, of Hampton, died on Saturday,
July 10, 2010, at the E.T. York
Hospice Center in Gainesville.
She was born in Manor, Ga., on
Sept. 19, 1940, to the late Tyler
James and Ada Lee Alexander-
James. She was a member of
Calvary Baptist Church.
Mrs. Prevatt was preceded in
death by: her brother, Houston
James; her sisters, Lois Beverly
and Ruby James; and a baby that
passed away at birth.
She is survived by: her husband
of 55 years, ,Wilbert A. Prevatt of
Hampton; her children, Debra
Prevatt of Hampton, Chad (Jodi)
Prevatt of Hampton, and Tracy
(Cathy) Prevatt of Gainesville; a
brother, Leroy James; nine
grandchildren and 12 great-
grandchildren.
Funeral services were held on
July 13. Arrangements are under
the care of Archie Tanner Funeral
Services of Starke.

Timothy Siebold
TENNESSEE-Timothy Brinson
Siebold, 31, of Lawrenceburg,
Tenn., died- on Thursday, July '1,
2010. Mr. Siebold was born in
Gainesville on Sept. 6, 1978, to
parents Stephen and Kasey
Siebold.
He is survived by: his father,
Stephen; mother, Kasey (Alan)
Draughon; two sons, Timothy
Hunter and Austin Michael
Siebold; a sister, Jamie Braly; and
brothers, Michael, David and
Steve Siebold.
Please sign the family's online
guestbook at
www.broadusraines.com:
Cremation arrangements are under
the care of - Broadus-Raines
Funeral Home, 501 Spring St.,
Green Cove Springs, FL 904-284-
4000.

Hubert Smart
LAKE BUTLER-Hubert
Kenneth Smart Jr., 63, of Lake
Butler, died Saturday, July 10,
2010, at the North Florida
Regional Hospital in Gainesville
after a brief illness.
He was born in Greenville,
S.C., where he lived until moving :
to- Lake Butler one year ago. He
was the son of the late Hubert K.
Smart Sr. and Vivial Bouchillon
Smart. He was produce manager
with Winn Dixie in Greenville for
several years. He was a member'of
the New Life Church ' in
Greenville.
He is survived by: daughters,
Melinda Whitmire and Kimberly
Summey, both of Greenville; his
son, Beau Smart of Greenville;
sisters, Carolyn (Dale) McWhite
of Easley, S.C. and Linda (Ed)
Burns of Lake Butler; brothers,
George (Sharon) Smart of Garden
City, S.C., and David (Ramona).
Smart of Florence, Ala.;
grandsons, Joshua and Nickolas
Whitmire and' Hunter and
Cameron Summey.
Funeral services were held on
July 14. Archer Funeral Services
of Lake Butler is in charge of local
arrangements.

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Stoltzfus
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-
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She was born in Union City, Ind.,
on Feb. 1, 1921. She grew up in
Boyertown, Pa., and then attended
Cedar Crest College in Allentown,
Pa., where she majored in home
economics and dietetics. She was
an active member at the Trinity
Baptist Church in Keystone
Heights and was active at the Park
of the Palms retirement
community.
She is survived by: three sons,
Dale of Piano, Texas, Dean of
Powder Springs, Ga., and Lee of
Monrovia, Calif.; and four
grandchildren.
Services'were' held on July 14.
In lieu of flowers, donations can
be made to Park of the Palms and
the Wiley Manor Building Fund in
memory of E. Jean Stoltzfus, Park
of the Palms, 706 Palms Circle,
Keystone Heights, FL 32656.
Arrangements are under the care
of Jones-Gallagher Funeral Home
of Keystone Heights.

Jacqueline
Tschacher
Jacqueline Dyal Sorrells
Tschacher passed away peacefully
with her loving husband, Heinz,
by her side, on July 6, 2010, .
following a brief, courageous
battle with cancer.
She was born on Aug. 11, 1935,
to Theo Kelley and Lloyd Lavern
Dyal Sr., in Brooker. She
graduated from Bradford County
High School in 1953. She had
many great stories of growing tp
on the farm and trips with friends
to the beach in Jacksonville.
After growing up on the farm,
she movedto Jacksonville in 1953
to attend Jones College. She
secured a job in the car industry
and retired from General Motor
Corporation after 23 years of
dedicated service. She met many
lifetime friends..during her years
with GM, including the man she
fell in love with and married in
July 1985, Heinz.
She enjoyed cooking, family
gatherings, a visit with friends,
time at the lake, working in the
yard and traveling. Many joyous
family gatherings throughout the
years leave us with happy
memories that will help sustain all
of those she left behind. She was a
member of Mandarin United
Methodist Church. She and Heinz
had many fabulous trips during
their years together, including
Germany, Alaska, Canada,
Bermuda, Puerto Rico and


Hawaii.
Jackie will be missed by all'
those who she touched with her '
smile, the love she constantly,,
shared and her quiet strength that:
influenced so many.
She was preceded in death by..
her parents, Mr. Lloyd and Ms.:.
Theo. She is survived by: her;
loving husband of 25 years, Heinzm,'
Tschacher. She was blessed with
four daughters, Debbie (Richard)
Mann, Sandie (Donald) Smith,
Karen (Phil) Sikora, and Sharorin-;
(David) Brownlee; seven.;
grandchildren, twod.
stepgrandchildren and one great-Z
grandson, Mindy (Jeff) Hartung,?-
Kyle Smith, Rachel Smith;
Randall Smith, Connor Sikora,
Sarah Brownlee, Jeff Brownlee, :
Richard Mann Jr., Whitney Mann '
and Dylan Harfung; her brother, ,
Lloyd Lavem (Margaret) Dyal Jr.A
their children, Suzanne (Tracy)
McRae; their children, Garrett and;
Hailey; and Kelley Dyal (fiancee,?
Stacy) and three sisters-in-law,,
Helga Klein, Karin Bauer ancL
Regina Erben.
Pallbeareres will be Donald:-
Smith, David Brownlee, Phil!
Sikora, Richard Mann, Randallij
Smith, Kyle Smith, Connor Sikora-
and Jeff Brownlee.
Visitation was held on Friday,'
July 9, in Hardage-Giddens
Mandarin Chapel. The funeral;
service was held on Saturday, July.;.
10, with Pastor Missy Hart as;
officiant, followed by interment in
Greenlawn Cemetery, 4300 Beach:
Blvd., Jacksonville.
In lieu of flowers, donations::
may be made to: Hospice of NE,
Florida, Hadlow Center or,
Mandarin United Methodist ,
Church. Arrangements are under"
the .care of Hardage-Giddens::
Mandarin Chapel of Jacksonville.
PAID OBITUARY-I

Robert Tyler
.STARKE-Robert Junior Tyler;;
74, of Starke, died on Wednesday,.
July 7, 2010, at Shands University
in Gainesville, He was bor in
Waldo on Jan. 19, 1936, to the late
Jimmy Tyler and Lola Mae Burton,.7
Tyler.. He was a member of the..
Airpart Baptist Church for 58 ,
years.
Mr. Tyler was preceded in'"
death by his wife,.Linda Tyler,-
and. oie brother. He is survived by
two sons, one brother, 10.;
grandchildren and one great--
grandchild.
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at a later date. Arrangements are:;
under the care of Archie Tanner-.
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BA R R "You just have to refuse to
A R i T lose in that situation," Barrett
Continued from Page 1- said. "I didn't want that to be
my last game. I did struggle
this past season as a senior and the day before, but you just
was the conference's Pitcher of . have to keep in mind it's a new
the Week six times. She-was day."
also a second-team NFCA All- It was a new .day that
South Region selection. marked what could be the
Though she was quite the beginning of a new era for the
strikeout pitcher, notching a FIU program. The win over
school-record 240 this past Bethune-Cookman was the
season, Barrett said she wasn't first-ever NCAA tournament
going to go out and strike out win for the Panthers, who were
21 batters a game. Therefore, making their second-ever
the credit for any success she appearance in an NCAA
had went to her teammates. tournament.
She relied on the defense Any school record Barrett
behind her and on the offense established during her time at
to score runs. FIU may be surpassed by
"I do give a lot of credit to someone else, but she will
them," Barrett said. "They always be the pitcher of record
always had my back, no matter in that noteworthy win.
what. If I had a bad day, they. "The program's going to
knew the next day it wasn't grow and get better, but I'll
going to be the same. They had always be the first one,"
confidence in nie." Barrett said. "It's something
Barrett earned that special."
confidence, finishing the Barrett's special moments
season with an ERA of 2.13. .began her first year as a
She gave up 159 hits and 69 collegiate pitcher at South
walks in 210.1 innings, Florida Junior College. .She-
compiling a record of 19-13. finished her freshman season
In the NCAA regionals in with a 1.145 ERA, which
Gainesville, Barrett started the placed her among the top 40 in
Panthers' first game, but failed the nation. She set a -South
to make it out of the second Florida single-season record
inning of a 7-1 loss to Central with 221 strikeouts. Her
Florida. However, Barrett had strikeouts-pcir-inning average
the ball in her hand for FIU's was best in the slate and sixth
piext game, a 2-0, 10-inning in the nation.
win over Bethune-Cookman. It Barrett had a 12-10 record
was Barrett's 19th complete for South Florida. She was the
S;,af ,,thsesog. i'i.ch, i ,school's Fre .shman, Pjaver of'
, tfigt i ghest tota- for an . the Year, while also earning
PU pitcher. She gave up eight Sun Coast all-conference
.ts and 'two walks, while honors. She was a first-team
hiking out six to pick up her Florida Community, College
ghth shutout of the season- Athletic Association selection.
school record. The plan was to play another


Kasey Barrett
holds Florida
International
records for
,strikeouts in a
season, shut-
outs In a sea-
,son, complete
games in a
season and
complete
games in a ca-
reer. Photo by
Samuel Lewis.
(Courtesy of
Florida Interna-
tional Univer-
sity.)




year for South Florida. Barrett
told other school who were
interested in her. as much.
Things changed, though, when
she met new FIU head coach
Beth McClendop.
"I actually met her the
summer after my freshman
year," Barrett said. "It was like"
three weeks before school. I
just really liked her and what.
she stood for. She pitched at
Florida and was very
successful there. She's an
awesome pitching coach. I
knew that she would make me
better."
Barrett said FIU seeind to be
the perfect fit, but she had no
regrets about starting her
career at the junior college
level. It helped her prepare for
life as a student-athlete at a
larger school.
"If I could go back, I'd do it
again," Barrett said. "I'd go to
junior college for a year."
It was a struggle to adapt to
playing at a higher level
.collegiately, Barrett said. The
way she described it, she was
at the lowest point she could
get during her sophomore year
at FIU. Still, she was the
team's leading pitcher in wins
(16), saves (2), strikeouts (158)
and innings pitched (220.1).
One of her victories was a
conmplete-game, 7-1 win over
Ohio State, which was ranked
18* at the time.
As a junior, Barrett went 18-
13 with an ERA of 1.94. She
struck oit 197 batters and
earned 'Sun iet Pitcer of the
Week honors three times. She
had a season-high 13 strikeouts
against Middle Tennessee and
threw a no-hitter against
Florida Atlantic.


The 2009 season was an
improvement for Barrett and
the FIU team as a whole, but
there was one team in the Sun
Belt Conference that still had
the Panthers' number. Barrett,
as a member of the FlU squad,
experienced eight losses in
nine games against the
University of Louisiana at
Lafayette. Barrett was the
pitcher of record in four of
those games, losing all four.
"I don't know what it was,"
she said. "I always struggled
against them."
Louisiana-Lafayette won the
Sun Belt Conference each of
Barrett's three seasons at FIU
and qualified for the NCAA
tournament for the 1 ith straight
time this past season.
However, the Ragin' Cajuns
lost the season series to FlU in
2010. The Panthers won the
first two games of the three-
game series by scores of 6-2
and 4-3 before losing 9-5.
Barrett pitched in all three
games.
"You just kind of get tired of
someone beating you, so you
make it different," she said.
Louisiana-Lafayette had five
players selected to the 11-
member preseason all-
conference team. FIU. had
none. When the all-conference
team was announced at the end
of the-season, FIU had the
same number of players (4)
named to the first team as
Louisiana-Lafayette. One was
Barrett.
"Just to beat the best team in
the conference, and then to get
all the awards at the end-it
was just an honor," Barrett
said.
The Panthers not only beat
conference power Louisiana-
Lafayette this.past season, but


traveled to Gainesville and
handed the fourth-ranked
Gators an 8-3 loss, with Barrett
earning the win. She gave up
two earned runs on five hits,
striking out four.
It was the highest-ranked
opponent FIU had ever
defeated. It meant a lot to
Barrett, who played in front of
many familiar faces.
"It was just really cool," she
said. "A lot of my close friends
and family-and a lot of
people from (Starke)-were
there. It was just awesome to
be able to get a win."
Barrett said beating UF was
probably her most memorable
moment at FU, but when
reminded she pitched the
Panthers to their first-ever
NCAA tournament win, she
admitted, "That's cool, too."
"There are a lot (of
memorable moments)," Barrett
said. "I could probably think of
a top 10. Florida's pretty high
on the list, for sure, just
because I grew up a Florida
fan down the road. That was
just really exciting."
What's also exciting is that
even though her playing career
ended on that same field in
Gainesville in the NCAA
tournament, Barrett will
remain involved withthe FIU
program next season as a
student coach as she continues
working toward .graduation
with a major in health service
administration and a minor in
psychology.
"I'm really excited to still be
-a part of the program and be
on the coaching side of it," she
said. "I still get to help the
program grow in a way. Even
though I'm not playing, I'll be
at practice. I'll get to throw
batting practice and all that.


"I'm not totally ready for,.
softball to be out of my life."
There's a chance Barrett
could remain in softball:
beyond next season. She said,
she would consider coaching if:
the right opportunity presented
itself.
"I really have a passion and
love for the game," she said.


"It's been
now. I
(coaching).'
Whether
coach or
benefitted
sport of


my life for years
wouldn't mind .

she goes on to
not, Barrett has
greatly from. the
softball. Playing


collegiately gave her .the
opportunity to travel as well as
giving her a second family.
"My teammates-we were
really close," Barrett said. "I
look at them as my sisters."
Just as she and her
teammates leaned on each;
other for support and advice,
Barrett offered some advice for
other student-athletes, who
have the chance to play in
college.
"Just always work hard," she
said. "At the end of the day,
hard work's going to pay off. I
know there are a lot of talented
kids out there, but you still
need to work hard. You can
always be better."
Barrett finished her career.
with several school records.
Besides season records for
strikeouts (240) and shutouts
(8), she set a record for
complete games in a season
(23) and complete games for a
career (62). She finished
second among career leaders in
strikeouts (595), wins (53),
shutouts (15) and innings
pitched (650.2), while also
finishing second in two season
records: innings pitched
(220.1) and appearances (43).


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46 Real Estate Out of Area
47 Commercial Property
I; Rent, Lease, Sale
48 Homes for Sale
*49 Mobile Homes for Sale
.50 For Rent


INDEX
51 Lost/Found
52 Animals & Pets
53 Yard Sales
54 Keystone Yard Sales
55 Wanted
56 Trade or Swap
57 For Sale
58 Building Materials
59 Persona Services
60 Secretarial Services
61 Scriptures
62 Vacation/Travel


63 Love Lines
64 Business Opportunity
65 Help Wanted
66 InvestmentOpportunity
67 Hunting Land or Rent
68 Rent to Own
69 Food Supplements
70 Self Storage
72 Sporting Goods .
-73 Farm Equipment-
74 Computers & Computer
Accessories


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42 Motor
Vehicles
2000 DODGE CARAVAN.
139,844 miles, $1,800.
Call 352-494-3091.
1989 MAZDA TRUCK
B2200 series, 5 speed,
good condition, $2,200.
Call 904-782-1702, leave
message.
2000 MAZDA PICK UP for
sale, V6, 5 speed, stan-
dard cab, $1,500 OBO.
Cash talks. Call 904-964-
2466.

1985 FORD 4WD. Motor
& transmission in good
condition, $1,000. 1995
150 cargo van, Ford. Mo-
tor & transmission in very
good condition, $1,200.
Call 904-796-0177.
43 RV's &
Campers
FAILING HEALTH FORCES
sale of 1995, 37.5 foot
Pace Arrow. 460 Ford
gas engine, with banks,
exceptional condition, low
mileage, top of the line, no
slides. Make offer. Call
352-473-2739.
45 Land for Sale
1.75 ACRES high and dry,
cleared, ready for home
or mobile home. Ask-
ing $19K. Call Marlena
Palmer at Smith & Smith
Realty, 904-422-0470.
1 ACRE 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 3000 sq. ft.
with a 12 foot over head
door $800 per month.
OFFICE SPACE 3,000
sq. ft. $1,200 monthly.
Smith & Smith Realty,
904-964-9222.

48 Homes for
Sale
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.
SMALL 3BR/1BA HOUSE
in nice neighborhood in
Lake Butler. Located 2
blocks from the court
house. $49,000. Carpet
allowance for carpet or
flooring. Call John at 904-
364-9022.
2011 DOUBLEWIDE 3BR/
2BA, $29,995, price in-
cludes delivery and set-
up. Call 386-418-0424.
2011 SINGLEWIDE 3BR/
2BA, $23,995, price in-
cludes delivery and set-
up. Call 386-418-0424.
2011 16 X 80, 3BR/2BA,
only $33,995. Price in-
cludes delivery and set
up. Call 386-418-0424.


USED DOUBLEWIDE 28
x 64, 2000 Fleetwood,
$29,995, Or 28 x 52 2BR/
2BA, $24,995. Delivery
and set-up included. Call
386-418-0424.

GREAT RETIREMENT
starter or vacation two-
bedroom home on Smith
Lake near Keystone
Heights. Newly remod-
eled with new HVAC;
1,200 sq ft. Owner mo-
tivated. $59,000. 352-
235-0729.

49 Mobile
Homes for Sale

2011 32' DW 3BR. Lowest
price in Florida at only
'$29,900 it's less than
most new cars Call 386-
752-5355.
008 FLEETWOOD EX-
TREME 28 x 80 4 bed
2 bath $39,995. Call for
details. 352-494-2326.

50 For Rent
3BR/2BA SCREENED front
porch, open back porch,
outside storage, 2 car-
ports. 7320 Villanova Dr.
Keystone Heights. Rent
$595, deposit $500. Call
352-226-9220 or 352-
475-5533.
3BR/2BA HOME ON 5
ACRES off CR 225 &
301. $1,000 per month. 2
car garage, Energy Star,
built in '08. Call 904-264-
5529 or 904-449-1922.


FOR RENT 2BR upstairs
apt. CH/A, fully electric,
$450 per month. Call Joan
at 904-964-4303.
2BR/1BA COTTAGE 1st &
sec. deposit, $525. Call
352-473-2919 or 352-
473-8671.
NEW 3BR/2BA HOME, CH/
A with all kitchen appli-
ances, extremely energy
efficient home. $875/
mo., first, last & security
deposit required. Call -
352-745-1189 or 904-
964-8431.
CLEAN 3BR/2BA with a
garage, nice neighbor-
hood, 1011B West Pratt
St. $725 per month &
Deposit. Apply at 904-
545-6096.

WE HAVE 2 OR 3 bedroom
MH,.clean, close to prison.
Call 352-468-1323.
SPECIAL 1 MONTH RENT
FREEI Nice, newly reno-
vated 2 & 3 BR mobile
homes in Starke/Lake
Butler. Deposit required.
Call 678-438-6828 or
678-438-2865.
FURNISHED 28R MM,'
washer & dryer, shed,
patio, large fenced yard,
outside city limits, Starke/
Lake Butler area. Very
clean, service animals
only. $600/mth plus secu-
rity. Call 386-496-0683.

3 YEAR OLD 3BR/2BA
house. Granite counters,
tile/carpet floors, fireplace,


jacuzzi tub, pantry, laun,
dry room, 2 car garage,
city water, lake access,
Keystone school district,
on hard road. $1,000/mo
& 1,000 deposit. First &
Deposit to.move in. Call
Dave at 352-473-3560.
HOMES located in Starke
and Keystone Heights.
2BR/1BA in good neigh-
borhoods. Extra clean,
all maintenance includ-
ed, small pet considered,
some are lake front.
-Rents: $450 up to $650
per month. Call 352-473-
5214.
MH'S FOR RENT starting at
$475 per month. Hidden
Oaks, Lake Butler, FL.
Call 386-496-8111.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 3BR/
2BA, DWMH, close to


town, walk to Keystone
schools, $650 per morith
plus security deposit.'Chll
352-475,-6260.
CLEAN 3BR/2BA HOUSE
with lots of upgrades, on
large lot in Starke. $800
per month plus $800 de-
posit. Now taking applic-"
tions. Call 904-964-5734
for information. Service
animals only. V
3BR/2BA HOME VERY
CLEAN home in a safe
neighborhood. Refdr-
ences required. 1st plus
deposit. New heat pump
& windows. Call 814-257-
9825 or 814-229-4281.
TRAILERS FOR RENT from
$390 to $640 plus deposit.
Contact Shane at 352-
494-2375.
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Walk to schools, (3 blocks) with side walks
Close to town & shopping centers. Exterior
Western redwood cedar, enclosed garage, new
kitchen floors, new metal roof, new heat pump/
AC, water sprinkler system, all appliances
included with.washer/dryer, rear patio with;
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Two of Kasey Barrett's best performances at Bradford High
School in terms of numbers of strikeouts were actually losses in
extra innings. She struck out 18 Keystone Heights batters in a
6-5 district tournament loss in 11 innings as a junior, giving up
only four hits. During her senior year, she fanned 27 batters in
a 2-0 loss to Santa Fe in 15 innings. Another tough loss (2-0)
to Santa Fe, in which she struck out 12 and gave up four hits,
ended her career at Bradford, but her Senior Night game was
- speciaL,.She-pitched the-Tornadoes to a 6-2 win over P.K.
Yonge, giving up three hits and no earned runs, while striking
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.Floida Back To Work Program is seekig
qualified applicants to fill positions locatgfd in
Bradford County. Applicants must be reclvidg
or er.ile to receive public assistance. To see if
you qualify for these positions please visit
www.floridawork- olane.com, click on job seeker,
complete TANF eligibility forms, print and take
S19i the FloridaWorks office, or visitthe
FloridaWorks office at 819 South Walnut St.,
Starke.
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Homes For Rent
Homes, Lake Homes, Apartments,
Mobile Homes & Vacation Properties
for Rent in the Keystone, Melrose,
Starke, Hawthorne Area ranging
from $400 to $1,200 per month.
Call for Free List
Professional Property
Management Services
offered by Trevor Waters Realty, Inc.
352-473-7777
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prisons. Paved street'
$500 a month. No'pets
Call 386-431-1197
3BR/2BA DWin Lake Butle
out towards Lulu. $60'
security, $600 rent, nc
smoking, service animal
only. Call 904-966-0765.
1BR/1BA OUTSIDE
STARKE city limits, $40(
per month, first month &
deposit. Call 904-891
6^79.
MELROSE 4BR/1BA 200(
sq. ft. apt., in quiet com
munity. Recently reno
vated, new hard wooc
-floors, Melrose area
small fenced yard, $575
per month, $400 deposit
'Call 352-475-6285.
STARKE 2BR/1BA SW,
outside city limits, CH/
A, $450 per month plus
deposit. Call 352-235-
6319.
TEACHERS & PROFES-
SIONALS 4BR/2BA in
Lake Butler. Open ga-
rage, 1.5 acres, beautiful
trees, quiet area, tons
of storage, $1,175. per
month plus deposit. Call
386-496-3256 or 352-
256-1932.
NICE 3BR/2BA DW. CH/A,
quiet wooded lot, private
access, Worthington/
Providence. W/D avail-
able. In the Providence
area. $675 per month.
Call 386-496-2354.
2BR/2BA SW on Griffis
Loop, deck, service ani-
mals only, CH/A, washer
& dryer hook-up, outside
city limits, $450 per month
plus deposit. Call 352-
284-3310.


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t. LAKECOTTAGESforrentin
. Keystone Heights. 1BR/
1BA, $500/mo. 2BR/1BA
r w/fireplace, $600/mo.
0 3BR/1.5BA w/fireplace,
o $700/mo. includes lawn
s mowing, water & septic.
Private park area on lake
E with oak trees, & lake
0 access, wired for cable,
& dish or direct TV, Clay
- County school bus stop.
Call 352-475-3440, 352-
) 494-0047.
- DWMH 2BR/1.5BA, $500
d per month plus deposit,
Keystone area. Call 904-
5 509-5924.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
2BR/1.5BA, CH/A, W/D
hook-up, wooded lot $350
per month plus security.
Call 352-213-4563.
3BR/2BA CH/A, W/D hook-
up, stove, refrigerator,
dishwasher. 455 SE 44th,
St., Keystone, $750 per
month, $700 security. Call
352-226-9220 or 352-
475-5533.
3BR/1BA BRICK HOME on
2 acres. $900 per month.
Call 904-769-3169.
3BR/2BA HOME IN
STARKE, $900 per
month. 902 W. Pratt St.
Call 352-213-2731.
NICE CLEAN MH, 2BR/1BA,
$550 per month. 1st & last
months rent. Call 904-
964-3595."
AVAILABLE NOW! 3BR/2BA
DWMH for rent. Ramp
to rear porch, in park
5 minutes from Starke.
$650 per month & $500
deposit. Broker-Owner.
Call 352-665-8067.
2BR/2BA 80 X 16, cottage
style. Big deck overlook-
ing Deer Spring. $600 per
month, handicap ramp
& carport. Call 352-473-
2252 after 2pm.
DWMH 3BR/2BA, CH/A,
with fireplace, horse
ready, on acreage $750
� per month plus $300
deposit: Call 386-307-
1959.

KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 2BR/
1BA apartment. Very
clean, very safe area.
New flooring, appliances.
Includes washer/drier.
$700 rent includes all
utilities. 352-235-0729.


51 Found
FOUND DOG JULY 9 on
Providence Road near
Mormon church. Has pink
collar with name Lady.
Call to identify 386-266-
0722.

52 Animals and
Pets
15 ACRE HORSE PAS-
TURE for'rent or lease.
$150 per month. Call 386-
496-0683.
30 GALLON GLASS REP-
TILE aquarium and wood
stand $40. Call 904-769-
9109.
FREE TO GOOD HOME 8
week old kittens, loving,
litter trained, absolutely
adorable. Call 904-677-
6315 leave a message.

53 A Starke Yard
Sales
LAWTEY APTS. Apt #37.
Thurs., Fri., & Sat. 8am.
til ?
HUGE SALE Fri. & Sat.
Rain or shine. House-
wares, tools, antique sew-
ing machine, mini refriger-
ator, exercise equipment
and more. 8am til ? 818
Parkwood Place.

53 B Keystone
Yard Sales
IIIIAUCTIONIIII! EasfCoast
Antiques out of business
'liquidation, on site, SR
26, Melrose. July 17th
from 10am til 3pm. After
30 years, the last 17 at
our Melrose location, we
have lost our lease. This
auction is our last step
in liquidating inventory
& equipment, antiques,
collectibles & more. Rain
or shine, partial listing:
Fenton, Noritake, Nippon,
Johnson Bros., pressed
glass, fine crystal, silver,
jewelry, books, paper
collectibles, paintings,
wall hangings, pictures,
cameo girls, flatware, chi-
-na cabinets, bookcases,
tables, chairs, kitchen col-
lectibles, cut glass, lamps,
lighting, linens, records,


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Antique Estate and Collectible Auction
Sat July 17th 2010 at 6:30 p.m.
Preview at 3:00 p.m. tit sale time. 250 S.W. 9th Ave Lake Butler, Fl.
LISTING: Waterford, Fostoria,.Murano Art Glass, Early Pedal Car,
Large Selection of German Crystal Figures, Akro Agate Deco Floor
Lamp, 18k Tennis Braclet -with 41 Diamonds, Good Selection of
Costume Jewelry, 40 Plus Hand Woven Wool Rugs, Good Selection of
German Inlaid Music Boxes, Nice Linens, Sterli Jewelry, Guns, Coins,
Iron Beds, Heywood Wakefield Sideboard, McCoy, Duncan Miller,.Oil
on Canvas, Elgin GF Pocket Watch, Bavarian Porcelain, Stemware, Box
Lots, Tray Lots.
This is a breif listing. See Full Listing and.Photos on auctionzipcom
Auctioneer ID # 16695. Catered,,Handicap accedible: .
TERMS: Cash, Good Check With Proper ID, Visa; .MC, :Discover,
12%BP 2% Discount for Cash or Good Check.
Col. Steve Wilson AB809 AU1159
For more Info and reserve seating call Steve or Corey at
352-316-0806 or 352-317-0072


dolls, mirrors, frames,
photographs, militaria,
wedgwood... much morel
Collectibles of all kinds!
Auction conducted by
"Red" Williams, AU437/
AB270, 386-454-4991,
Auctioneer. On site food &
drinks from Bob's famous
B-B-Q, by'Bob & Ginny
Bordeaux of Melrosel
HUGE YARD SALE Sat.
only 6575 Fire Tower
Rd. Power tools, video
games, movies, Christ-
mas decor & more. Also
a 1998 Camaro, 7:30am
til lpm.
MULTI FAMILY Sat., 8am
til ? Everything must
go. Next to Tony's Food
SMart on SR 100. Look for
- sins..

57 For Sale
BED - KING SIZE Pillow top
mattress and box spring
with manufactures war-
ranty. Brand new still in
plastic. Can deliver. Sell
for $200. Call 352-372-
7490.
BED-QUEEN orthopedic
Pillow top mattress and
box. Name brand,liew in
plastic, with warranty. Can
deliver. Sacrifice $120.
Call 352-372-8588.
BEDROOM SET 7 piece
Beautiful cherry queen/
king bed, dresser, mirror,
2 night stands, chest avail-
able, dovetail construc-
tion. New still in boxes.
Retail $5,600, sacrifice for
$950. 352-377-9846.
COUCH AND LOVE SEAT
- bran.new mticro fiber
suede set. Still inpack-
age with warranty Stain
resistant, pet/kid friendly.
Retail, $1,500. Sacrifice,
$450. Can deliver, 352-
317-4031.
RASCALSCOOTER, RAMP
& COVER ... ALL FOR
ONLY $1400 OBO. Scoot-
er is like new with a lot of
extras. Adjustable seat
swivel position, basket,
lights & more! 4-wheels.


Weight capacity 400 Ibs.
Maximum range up to
25 miles before recharg-
ing. Speed of 5.0 mph.
Single fold ramp made of
durable welded construc-
tion. Easy to handle and
set up. Also comes with
heavy dlty scooter cover.
Weather resistant and du-
rable locking drawstring.
-Call for more details. 904-
796-0782.
CALIFORNIA KING BED
for sale. Great condition.
Mattress, box spring and
Cherry bed frame. Asking
$150 OBO. Call 904-769-
9109.
GIRLS ENTERTAINMENT
stand. Holds TV, and has
2 cabinets on bottom. Off
white, very pretty, great
shape. Asking $100. Call
386-431,1741.

MOTORIZED WHEEL-
CHAIR with a ramp that
gives stair access. Scoot-
er is like new with a lot of
extras. Adjustable seat'
swivel position, basket,
lights & morel 4 wheels.
Weight capacity 400 Ibs.
Maximum range up to 25
miles before recharging.
Speed of 5.0 mph. Easy
to handle'and set up. Also
comes with heavy duty
scooter cover. Weather
resistant aid durable
locking drawstring. Call
for more details. 904-
796-0782.
SOLID OAK DINING room
table with 4 captain chairs
& China cabinet, excel-
lent condition $600. 1
white upholstered swivel
chair, $75. Misc. lamps.
In Keystone Heights. Call
904-724-1916 or 904-
305-3057.

59 Personal
Services
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control? $$ Call today,
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sary. Will pick up within
150 mile radius, pay cash.
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2367.
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PAIRS, INC. - Correction
of termite & water-dam-
aged wood & sills. Level-
ing & raising Houses/
Bldgs. Pier Replacement
& alignment. Wo do/all
types of tractor work,
excavation and small
demolition jobs. Free Es-
timates: Danny (Buddy)
Clark, 904-284-8088 or
904-545-5241.
FLORIDA CREDIT UNION
has money to lend for MH
& land packages. 1-800-
284-1144.
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BUY JUNK CARS, with
or without titles! Will pick
upanywhere. Upto$150.
Call 904-219-9365 or904-
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CHILDCARE IN MY LAKE
BUTLER HOME. All
hours, all .ages. CPR
and first aid certified, HRS
certified. Call for info,
386-496-1062.

65 Help Wanted
FULL TIME SERVICE Writer
needed. Must be able
to work parts & service
counter. Computer skills a
must. Mechanical knowl-
edge of tractors & lawn.
equipment required. Must
be able to multi task. Drug
Free Work Place. Call
904-964-4238.
TREE CLIMBER/FORE-
MAN highly skilled in all
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with benefits. Phone: 352-
378-5801.
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per week with benefits.
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LIBRARY
Continued from Page 68
Again, the library moved out
of its cramped quarters and
into the larger sunroom of the
Woman's Club, making space
for another 6,500 books.
Once more, in. 1956, the
need for additional shelving
found the library moving to the
second floor of the old county
jail, the .lower floor of which
was then used for county agent
and home-demonstration agent
offices. One year later, the city
and county agreed to
underwrite the library expense
entirely, with the county
budgeting $1,500 a 'year for
this purpose, and the city $450.
Woman's Club members
appointed by then Gov. Leroy
Collins made up the first
library board, which
supervised all activities
leading .toward better library
service. The first 'members
were Cora .Quattlebaum
(chairman), Hazel Cressler,
Evelyn Ritch, Virginia Smith
and Muriel Norman.
Even with-an increase in
county and city funds, federal
aid was still needed to round
out the budget. Bradford
County, along with other
nearby counties, worked out a
unified plan for a federal grant.
In 1957, an agreement was.
finally made between Alachua
and Bradford counties and the
city of Gainesville to: establish
the .Santa Fe Regional library
system. This ' agreement
enabled Bradford County to
receive $12,000 a'year for its
public library, which included
a half-mill levy in county
taxes; $720 in city funds and
:$7,000 in federal funds. These
additional funds �meaht new
referencee books, longer hours
...to -serve patrons, a larger staff
and bookmobile service for
areas without a community
library.


Ahoy, Readers!
The Bradford County Public
Library's summer reading
program is underway. "Make.
A Splash - Read!" is the"
theme tbi sisunifI : Tj' ildren
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that live there.
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fifth grade. Story time for
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will include:
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All programs are free of
charge. Children tnder the age
of seven must be accompanied
by an adult. For a complete
schedule stop by the library.
For more information, call
the library at 904-368-3914.

Preschool story
times at
Bradford library
Story times for preschoolers
at the Bradford County Public
Library take place on
Wednesday mornings at 10
a.m. This free 45-minute
program is fun 'for
preschoolers and their parents,


The Starke Woman's Club started the first public library in Bradford County.
Jeanette Young donated a large collection of books to the library and even acted as
librarian for a while. Young is shown at right in this photo. At left is Evelyn Ritch.


Several new programs were
also . started after the
appointment of Bess Burns as
the new librarian. A children's
summer reading program and a
new phonograph record
collection were a few of the
projects launched by Burns.
The record collection began
with donations from the Starke
Rotary Club and Gilbert
Goldwire, a local appliance
dealer who contributed the first
record player.
The children's .reading
program became a popular
summer pastime for youth
because of the free movies and
various activities offered.
By 1963, the library-now
with more than 6,000 books-
still needed more space for its
continued expansion. -The
building on South. Walnut
Sfreet-now occupied by
Badcock Furniture-was
rented for $100 per month and
remodeled, for library


and features stories, music and
crafts.


purposes:
After this move, Martha
Minx was appointed new
librarian after Burns'
retirement in 1966. By then,
the library was circulating
more than 25,000 books a
year.
Bradford County withdrew
from the Santa Fe Regional
set-up 12 months later because
of the high budget request of
$32,000 and a threatened cut in
library services if this amount
was not contributed. The
county chose instead to rely on
its county and city funding
program since the county then
contributed $15,000 a year and
the city $3,500.
The next county project was
a fundraising drive in 1969 to
purchase property for a new
library site and construct a
building. County
commissioners and library
board members felt it was time


For more information, call
904-368-3911.


for the library to have a
building of its own.
The W.B. Parks' property at
the northeast corner of Walnut
and Jackson streets was
purchased as; the new site for
$8,000. The Library Building
Fund Committee was also
formed that year to obtain
necessary funds. The
committee raised money by
sponsoring fish fries, bake
sales, marathons, road blocks,
auction sales and.many other
cfvic programs.
The purchase of the building
on South Walnut Street by the
furniture store gave the final
note of urgency to rush
*building plaqs. The library was
given a deadline of one year to
vacate its premises and find
new quarters. The county
commission ' and library
committee decided to move
full-speed ahead on a new
building when all temporary


The library is located at 456
W. Pratt St. in Starke.


locations under consideration
proved to be too small.
An architect was employed
for planning a 4,000 square-
foot facility that would
accommodate 20,000 books.
The commissioners also
awarded an $85,774
construction bid to Triest
Construction Company for
completion of the project in
150 working days.
The library opened the doors
of its first real home on Nov.
13, 1975. The building
provided ample space for its
15,277 books and 533 records.
Dan Smith was appointed new
librarian in 1976, with Martha
Minx as an assistant, Grace
Jordan as a secretary, Brenda.
Hulsey as a clerk, Cyndy
McCullough as circulation
clerk and Sandy Davis as
--bookmobile driver.
At present, the library has
more than 6,000 active card


holders. Approximately '; v
people participate and enj, y
the varied programs being
offered, including the summer
reading program for youth,
with an average attendance of
more than 500, guest-speaker
appearances, film strips,..
preschool story hour, nursing :
home programs, public and
private school orientation
programs on library use, and:
the popular arts ind crafts
festivals.
If Jeanette C. Young could
see the library service today,
which she started -,:
approximately 50 years: ago
with a handful of personally :
owned books, she would be'
proud indeed of what her;?-:,
modest beginning, plus a lot of
TLC and effort on her part-as ;:,.
well as those who followed:
her-has brought to the people :.
of Starke and Bradford
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REUNION
Continued front Page 2B

dedicate your time and effort
to playing football," Sexton
said. "It's a big commitment.
A lot of people don't know and
understand that."
If Bradford had a successful
season, it was because of
player unity, Sexton said. He
and the coaches taught a
system where each player,
regardless of what side of the
ball he played on, had a
specific assignment. It was up
to the players to concentrate on
their assignments and not
worry about their teammates,
having the trust that their
teammates would. carry out
their assignments successfully.
SSexton said what it boiled
down to was 11 players on the
field d at one time, all working
together. Besides that team
unity, though, a successful
team needed leaders who were
willing to make decisions on
the field, stand by those
decisions and work to help
those around them become
better.
'That, I think, is what made'
you the success you were,"
Sexton said.. "If you can do
that, if you can put people on
the field working and playing
ifogether, then you're going to-
have.success."


Likewise .fursei , said a
coach's success depends upon
the type of players he has.
"Unless you've got good
football players, you're not
going to have a good team," he
said. "If you've got some great
ones sprinkled in with some
good ones, and you work hard
at it, you can win it all. It takes
a lot of luck to do that, but it
can be done."
Having said that, Hurse
could not resist getting in a
few digs at Chipoletti. Hurse
told the new coach how
Bradford went 41-7-4 during
his first five years-fdur as an
assistant to Register-at the
school. After seven years at the
school, Hurse helped coach the
Tornadoes to a 55-12-5 mark.
"So in your seventh year,
we're,going to check on you,"
Hurse said to Chipoletti before
also adding, "By the way,
coach, there were two coaches
on that staff on varsity. Coach
Register coached offensive and
defensive lines, and I coached
the offensive and defensive
backs."
After Hurse shared that
tidbit, Register rose from his
seat and exclaimed, "Can you
believe that? Two coaches.
Now, they've got six and eight
coaches." �
As with any sort of reunion,
-.. tier~ was a fair amount of
ribbing and jokes. Much of the


laughter, it seemed, centered
around Register.
Register told the crowd he
could remember only one
incident in which he and
Hurse, when they coached
Together, had a disagreement.
The Tornadoes were playing
Clay during the 1960 season,
/ leading 25-19 late in the game.
Clay had just scored and
-seemingly had the momentum.
Register said he hated to have
to punt the ball, but his team
was facing fourth-and-2 at its
own 30. He-called time out,
during which quarterback
Irwin Martin tried to persuade
his coach to go for the first
down. Register would have
none of that, but Martin kept
pleading his case.
"I turned to David Hurse,"
Register said. "I said, 'What
do you want to do, coach?' He
said,'Kick the damn ball."'
However, Register finally.
gave in to his quarterback's
pleas, calling for him to run a
quarterback keeper and telling
him, "If you don't get a first
down, don't let-me see you
after the game."
"To make a long story short,
we made 8 yards on that play,"
Register said. The Tornadoes
ran the clock out and won the
game.
Register drew a lot of laughs
for talking about interviewing
Charles Francis for a coaching


Harold
Seymour (right)
gets a laugh
out of Mickey
Agner. Both
played on un-
defeated teams
at BHS. The
class of 1965,
of which Agner
was a member,
hosted the
players' reun-
ion.


position on his staff.
"I was getting along fine,
asking Charles questions and
trying to figure out what kind
of football knowledge he had,"
Register said. "All of a sudden,
he crossed his legs. I looked at
his shoes-blue, suede shoes. I
.thought to myself, 'Lord, have
mercy, what have we got
here?"'
Register said he couldn't
wait to tell his wife about
Francis' shoes. Her reply was
they weren't blue, suede shoes.
They were Hushpuppies.
"I had never heard of a shoe
being called after a dog,"
Register said.
Once Register was done
speaking,' Vaughan shared a
story he heard about how
Register liked to plant a spy at
opposing teams' practices.
Apparently, the coach of an
opposing team the Tornadoes
were to play that week was
conducting practices when he
suddenly stopped, blew his
Whistle, and shouted, "Lennard
Register. I know you're here
somewhere."
Vaughan said it turned out
that Register had somehow
broken into the school's press
box to observe the practice.
That caused Register to stand
and clarify the story, which
also involved Francis. In turn,
Francis stood up to offer more
clarification, which then led
Register to offer even more
explanation.
It was that kind of evening,
but the former coaches, when
they weren't picking on each
other, also shared theirspecial.
memories of coaching at BHS.
Register, for example, talked
about his two undefeated
teams in 1960 and 1961.
The 1960 team, which was
the first in-school history to go
undefeated with a 10-0-1
record, did not. have a lot of
size, Register said. He spoke
of player Cecil Leach, who
was a starting offensive tackle
despite weighing only 157
pounds.
"We were not big," Register
said, "but we had pretty good


ABOVE: Rich
Lashley (fore-
ground, right)
visits with Glen.
"Beaver"
DeSue. Marvin
Tyson is pic-
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speed. We had a great
toughness about us and great
heart for football.".
The 1961 team, which went
11-0, seemed to hold a special
place in Register's heart as
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contribution.
"All 28 players on the
varsity that year played enough
to earn a letter," Register said.
"I was proud of that fact.
That's a school record."
The coaches, as they did for
so many years, offered up
words of advice as well.
Sexton, for example, told


Chipoletti, "Coach, my advice
to you and your staff would be
love what you're doing and to
love those young men that you
are working with, and give
them all of the effort you can
possibly give them."
Hurse may have joked with
Chipoletti about having early
success, but Register told
Chipoletti that Big Red faithful
aren't expecting perfection.

"We don't expect you to win
them all," Register said.
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lose."


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