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Starke, others await electric study results


Juvy Justice
Council to
meet
The Bradford County
Juvenile Justice Shared
Services Council will meet
Thursday, Feb. 10, at 9
a.m. at the Family Service
Center on the corner of
West Weldon and Orange
streets in Starke.
Guest speaker is Deputy
Sean Mullins of the Levy
C.:un:.x Juvenile Justice
Council. Mullins is also a
T. .i hool re-..urce
,''-.>. F :, n>n is
welcome to attend this


Rec hosts
senior health
Sfair Feb, 22
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ir is aied at senior
citizens and will focus on
health issues the have.
Clay Gilhool3 ill be
presenting information on
*:.:eoporsis. For more
information, call 904-964-
6792.

Sign up for
strawberry
pageant now
The 43rd annual Miss
Bradford-Union
Strawberry pageant will be
held on Satuday. March
19,at 7 p.m. in the
Bradford High School
auditorium on Washington
Street in Starke.
Applications are still
being accepted for this
year's pageant and are
available at Capital City
Bank on US-301 and
Norma's Floral on Call
"Street, both in Starke.
Application deadline is
Wednesday Feb. 23.
If you have any
questions, please e-mail
pageant coordinators at
strawberrypageant @yahoo
.com or call Angelia
Crews at 904-964-2283.


CAP task
force to meet
The Bradford-Union
Child Abuse Prevention
(CAP) task force will meet
Thursday, Feb. 10, at
11:30 a.m. at the Starke
First Presbyterian Church
on Call Street across from
the hospital. Lunch will be
provided.
The task force meetings
are open to the public.
Any person who wishes to
participate in projects that
are aimed at preventing
child abuse are welcome -
to attend.
For more information,
call Cristine Weitsman at
352-334-1333.

Youth rally
set in Starke
A community youth
rally sponsored by First
United Methodist Church
of Starke will be held at
the Bradford High School
auditorium on Saturday,
Feb. 12, at 6 p.m.
"Half Past Forever" will
provide the music.
Admission is free and the
rally is open to everyone
in the community.
Deadline is noon on
Tuesday for Thursday
publication.


By MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Staff Writer
Starke City Commissioners
aren't the only municipal
officials waiting patiently on
the outcome of the city's


electric utility study.
Green Cove Springs, which
also operates a municipal
electric utility with power it
purchases from the Florida
Municipal Power Agency,
recently tabled a bid by Clay
Electric Cooperative to


purchase the city's system.
While the city council of Green
Cove did opt to hire a
consultant to review its rate
structure, it chose not to hire
additional consultants to look at
a possible exit from its FMPA
contract.


"Let's sit back and watch
Starke spend their money. Why
should we reinvent the wheel?"
Councilwoman Virginia Hall
was quoted as saying in the
Florida Times-Union.
Hall was also quoted as
saying the $16.6 million offer


RoyaC excitement....


The 2005 Miss
BHS, Brittany
Cooper,
shows how
excited she is
to be wearing
the crown for
the upcoming
year. The 2004
Miss BHS,
Samantha
Buxton, is
trying to place
the crown on
the head of
Cooper, who
couldn't seem
to hold still
after the
announce-
ment was
made. In the
background Is
first runner-up
Sarah Lee
Fitzpatrick,
who is smiling
at Cooper's
excitement.
For more on
the pageant,
please see
inside.


from Clay Eledtric was an
"insult." The council felt the
offer was too low.
The offer would have
reduced electric bills for the
town's customers while giving
See ELECTRIC, p. 6A



Gym has

future in

Starke

By MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Staff Writer


A long-awaited dream is
about to come true for
-gymnastics instructor Ronnie
McReynolds -whT --sready-to
give his business a permanent
home in Starke.
The city commission has
accepted the site plan for a
gymnasium proposed by USA
Gymnastics of Florida at the
recommendation of the county
zoning director and the city
engineer.
McReynolds plans to open a
gymnasium in the industrial
park'in Starke on SR-100. The
parcel, purchased in 2002, is
situated across from Draw-Tite.
The 5,000 square-foot
gymnasium will feature two in-
ground training pits,
McReynolds said. One will be
a foam pit and the other will
accommodate an in-ground
trampoline.
'There is also a small spring-
board floor that will be used
initially until a larger one can
be 'aeiriried;'and,' of course, the
facility will be stocked with
equipment associated with the
sport of gymnastics, like bars,
-balance beams and the
obligatory pommel horse.
McReynolds, once a
competitive swimmer, has been
teaching instructional
gymnastics for 17 years.
"We've been mostly a mobile
business, where we go to
different communities and teach
the kids," he said.
Lately those locations have
been Starke, High Springs and
Macclenny. The recreational
classes are taught with a seven
to one ratio of students to
-. coaches most of whom are
McReynolds' fioriner- students.
McReynolds also takes on
private lessons' when he has the
time.
See GYM, p. 11A


Starke PD ride-a
Vincent said ht-erenTorecsra
ByMARKJ. CRAWFORD policy to keep unauthorized
Telegraph Staff Writer persons out of city vehicles,
including family members.
Starke City Manager Lee According to Police Chief
Vincent has called for the Gordon Smith, the police
establishment of a citywide department, like many other
policy on who can and cannot law enforcement agencies,
ride in city vehicles following a including the Bradford County
Jan. '24 accident in which a Sheriff's Office, has a vehicle
police officer and his wife were policy of its own as well as. a
struck in his patrol car by a ride-along program for
tractor-trailer that failed to stop members of the media or the
at the intersection of US-301 public that requires riders to
and SR-100. sign liability-waivers. No one is


long policy questioned


*taken-- into a potentially
dangerous situation.
Outside of the ride-along
program, he said officers haul
inmates everyday and pick up
citizens, including stranded
motorists.
Officers who have drive-
home cars also present special
case that the city will have to
consider.
"I've had people mention that
they've seen them taking kids
to school and stuff like that in
those cars," Commissioner


Steve Futch said. Given the
number of calls he's received
from citizens who haive-spotted-
police officers using vehicles
for purposes other than city
business, he'said it may be time
for the city to clamp down on
the policy.
Smith said his children ride
to school in a city vehicle.
Although Futch said he's heard
complaints that would seem to
indicate the contrary is true.
Smith said those vehicles are


not supposed to travel outside
of Bradford County.
- Futch indicated another
incident'-fii-d-- taken place --
involving a Starke firefighter,
and that individual was
disciplined.
"It looks like to me we need
to do it for all departments if
we're doing it for...I' mean,
how do we make it enforceable
for all departments except the
police department?" Futch
See RIDE, p. 11A


Taco Bell frustrated by sign restrictions


By MARk J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Staff Writer

SFewer people are making a
Srun for the border since Taco
Bell's 60-foot sign came down
last year, a result of wind"
damage from tjie season's nasty
storms.
Local franchise owner Mark
Moses said- his fast-food
restaurant has suffered $50,000
worth of lost sales since the
sign came down, which is why
he wants to restore his signage
as soon as possible. But Moses,
like other business owner, has
Srun into difficulty with the city
of Starke's sign ordinance.


The ordinance now requires
that all nonconforming signs
that enjoyed grandfather status
when new standards for signs
were put in place be -brought
into compliance once owners
decide to alter or replace them.
Many. businesses don't realize
they are required -to-obtain_ a
permit, even when replacing an
existing permitted sign.
Burger King has discovered
this in recent weeks. The
plastic panels were removed
from its freestanding sign on
US-301 so that they could be
replaced. The process was
stopped by' the city, however,
and Burger King was told liat it
would need a permit to replace


the sign and.that it would need
to bring the now-too-large sign
into compliance with current
standards.
--The city is also being sued by
Sunshine Outdoor of Florida
over the constitutionality Qf the
sign ordinance.
'Moses has already offered to
reduce the height of his free-
standing Taco Bell sign from 60
feet to 35 feet after a storm last
year left it in danger of hitting
city power lines. New panels at
a cost of $8,000 were ordered a
day after workers took the sign
down. That was before Moses
learned that size is being more
heavily restrictedin the most


Many businesses
don't realize they are
required to obtain a
permit, even when
replacing an existing
permitted sign.
recent version of the ordinance.
Even the proposed new height
does not meet the standards of
the ordinance, which restricts
height to 20 feet. That would
place Taco Bell's 15-foot by
10-foot sign five feet off the
ground.
Because it was an act of
nature and Taco Bell had no


control over the damage that
occurred to the sign, Moses-
requested of the city
commission that he be allowed
to replace it,at the height he
specified.
"We've been doing business
in Starke for 16 years. (This is)
the firsttime we've ever had a
real issue," Moses said.
The commission argues that
preference can't be shown
toward some business owners
when others have complied
with the provisions of the
ordinance.
"There were a lot of
nonconforming signs in the city

See SIGN, p. 11A


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Deadline noon Tuesday before publicatio 904-964-6305 (phone) 904-964-8628 (fax










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Starke Shrine Club new 2005 officers are (I-r) First Vice President Mark Griffith,
STreasurer Bob Windgassen, President Bob Clayton and Secretary Ted Barber.
I Shriner's raise funds every year toassist with the medical needs of children who
cannot walk or-who are injured.


Rec hosts .
Senior health
fair Feb. 22
SThe Starke Recreation
Department is hosting a health
f ir on Tuesday, Feb. 22, at the
Iatt Street rec department from
11 a.m. to 1 ).m. The health fair
is aimed at senior citizens and
will focus on health issues they
have. Clay Gilhooly will be
presenting information on
osteoporosis. For more
information, call 904-964-6792.

BHS SAC to
meet Feb. 15
The' Bradford High School
School Advisory Council will
meet in the BHS media center
on Tuesday, Feb. 15, at 6 p.m.
New officers for,2004-05 will
be elected. For .more
information, call Josie Williams
at 904-966-6091.

Medical
billing
program may

be offered in
Starke
Santa Fe Community College
Andrews Center will host a
workshop on the medical billing
and coding program today,
Thursday, Feb. 10, from 11:30
a,, to. 12:45 p.m.
The program advisor will
provide information on the
associate's program SFCC
offers in medical billing and
coding. If there is enough
interest in this program, it may
be-offered at the Andrews.
Center in Starke-begin-nTig next
fall.
The workshop is free and a
light lunch will be provided. For
more information, call 904-964-
5382.

SFCC raising
funds with

candy-gram
The Santa Fe Community
College Andrews Center is
sponsoring a candy-gram
fundraiser that should garner the
SFCC team funds to donate to
the American Cancer Society
during the Relay for Life.
Candy-grams are available
for $1 beginning today,
Thursday, Feb. 10, through
Monday, Feb. 14. Send your
love candy and a message
through SFCC and help raise
money to fight cancer.
There will also be a drawing
for Annie Mae, an adorable
plush Valentine frog. Come by
the Andrews Center at the
corner of Call Street and US-
301 in Starke and buy your
candy-gram today.


BMS SAC to
meet Feb. 15
The Bradford Middle School
School Advisory Council will
meet on Tuesday, Feb. 15, at
S3:30 p.m. in the media center at
the school. For more'
information, call Justin
Williams at 904-966-6707.


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free and the rally is' open to ap
.everyone in the community. no
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Builders Club bc

to hold c
installation fu
The Bradford Middle School hc
Builders Club, a young people's
version of the Kiwanis civic.
organization, will hold its
installation of officers on
Friday, Feb. 11, from 7-8 p.m.
The event will be held at
Santa Fe Community College
Andrews Cultural Center at the
railroad tracks on Call Street in
Starke.
Refreshments will be served.
If you plan to attend please
contact Judy Becker at 904-782-
3502.

BUSA meets
at'LBES .,n '~oF, ':;''
;The. i Bradford-Union. Swinte;
Association (BUSA). will meet
at the Lake Butler Elementary
School cafeteria Monday, Feb.
14, at 7 p.m. Please bring a side
dish or dessert thatwill go with
pork and rice.

Main Street
program to be
discussed'
The Main Street program is a
grass" roots effort. run by
members of the- comiiiunity in
an effort to revitalize the
downtown area ofStarke. .
An informational workshop
on Main Street has been set for
Friday, Feb. 25,' at 8iam. at the
Santa Fe Community College
Andrews Center cultural
building on Call Street,near the
railroad tracks.
At the workshop you will
learn what the Main Street
program is all about and how it
could benefit you. For more
information, call 904-964-5278.

Antique
engine show
set in March
The North Florida Antique
Engine Association will hold an
engine and tractor show at the
Bradford fairgrounds in Starke
on US-301 north Thursday
through Saturday, March 10-12.
For more information, call
Merv Miller 352-624-4367 or e-
mail mijal 1 @juno.com.


One cloud is sufficient to
eclipse a whole sun.
-Baltasar Gracian
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Health
insurance
counseling
offered in BC
SHINE (Serving Health
Insurance Needs of Elders) is
sponsoring free health insurance
counseling sessions for elders
and their families who have
questions or problems with
Medicare and other health
insurance programs.
The sessions are scheduled
for the first and third Tuesday of
each 'month at the Bradford
County Health Department on
north US-301 in Starke. The
sessions last from 9 a.m. to I
p.m. and no appointment is
necessary.
SHINE is a statewide
program sponsored by the
Department of Elder Affairs. It
helps empower elders to make
informed decisions about health
insurance. During the sessions,-
SHINE counselors offer
information and assistance with
Medicare, Medicare
supplemental insurance,
Medicare prescription discount
cards and prescription drug
savings programs.
For more information on
additional counseling locations,
or if you cannot travel to the
counseling session site, call the
elder helpline at 1-800-262-
2243.

Mz. Ugly
videos still
on sale
Video tapes and DVDs of last
year's Mz. Ugly contest,
sponsored by the Starke
Kiwanis Club, are available-for
sale. The "'tapes and DVDs
include stage shots and footage
from backstage.
The cost is $15 each and the
proceeds go to help fund 5ne of
Kiwanis' youth programs; the
Builders Club at Bradford
Middle School.
The Builders Club is a civic
service organization. Projects
the students have undertaken
include buying and painting
picnic tables for BMS, raising
money for the tsunamic victims
and sending money to a project
in Haiti that feeds children and
provides money for them to go
to school.
This.year's Mz. Ugly will be
held on Saturday, Aug. 13.

Youth rally
set in Starke
A community youth rally
sponsored by First United
Methodist Church of Starke will
be held at the Bradford High
School auditorium on Saturday,
Feb. 12, at 6 p.m.
"Half Past Forever" will


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opportunityy
extended to
orrect zoning
Landowners who have
covered their zoning
ossification was changed in
ars past without their
owledge are again being
fered the opportunity to have
e county commission correct
it error.
The deadline for submitting
application for consideration
the building and zoning
fice is March 31.
Submitting an application
es not guarantee the board
il agree to sponsor the
plication. If the board does
ree, however, it will make an
plication for the appropriate
ning change on behalf of the
ndowner and absorb the cost
doing so.
Landowners must be
epared to prove that their
ning was changed after the
nd was purchased and is, as a
suit of the change, not
insistent with the present,land
e.
Many such situations have
-en discovered over the past
'o years or so, and have been
tribute to a countywide
dining review that took place in
e 1990s.
The county's sponsorship of
Application does not
larantee that the requested
iange will be made.. The
iplication must still follow the
)rmal route of advertisement
id hearings before the zgginrg
)ard and countycommission.
'The board agreecdlast year to
intine& opening up such an
nnesty period each year. The
)ard will not consider any
irther requests this year,
)wever, if they are submitted
ter the stated deadline.

A friend is, as it were, a
second self.
-Cicero


Youth talent
search to be
held Feb. 18
On Friday, Feb. 18, the
Bradford NAACP will sponsor
a youth talent seach at 6:30
p.m., with the location to be
announced later.
Winners of tle local
competition will be able to
compete at the National
NAACP Youth Talent Search'
later this year. Winners can also
earn college scholarship funds.

Alpha Nu
offers
scholarship
The Alpha Nu Chapter of
Delta Kappa Gamma is offering
a $500 scholarship to females
who graduated from Bradford
High School or Union County
High School. The scholarship is
aimed at encouraging young
women to obtain a degree in the
field of education.
Applicants must be enrolled
full time in an accredited
college or university and must
have completed two years (four
semesters) of undergraduate
college level courses.
A transcript and three letters
of recommendation are
required. Applications may be
picked up at the Andrews
Center of Santa Fe Community
SCilege in Starke.
Submit applications to Iva
Jean Harrell at L Lawtey
Community School, 904-782-
3639, or mail them to Harrell at
13751 SE 48th Ave., Starke,
FL, 32091.
Applications can also be
submitted to Sallye Scoggins
(at Hampton Elementary
School, 352-468-1549 or by
mail at 6956 SW CR-18,
Hampton, FL, 32044) or to
Maria Kish (at Lake Butler
Elementary School, 386-496-


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4104, or by mail at Rt. 4, Box
2639, Lake Butler, FL, 32054).

Fastpitch
tryouts set
Feb. 13
Lady Warrior Fastpitch
Softball will be holding tryouts
for spring travel ball season.
There are teams in the 10-and-
under (10U), 12U, 14U and
16U age groups that are all
looking for players.
Tryouts are Sunday, Feb. 13,
at 3 p.m. at the Alachua
Recreation Center.
The organization also needs
qualified coaches.
For more information or
directions, call Coach Atwood
352-246-6905 or 352-377-
0795.

Chamber
board to meet
Feb. 24
The Board of Governors of
the North Florida Regional
Chamber of Commerce will
meet Thursday, Feb. 24, at noon
in the board room at the
chamber office on the corner of
Call and Walnut streets in
Starke.
Call 904-964-5278 if you
plan to attend or for more
information.

TDC to meet

Feb. 17
The Bradford County
Tourism Development Council
will meet Thursday, Feb. 17, at
4 p.m. in the board room at the
office of the North Florida
Regional Chamber of
Commerce on the corner of Call
and Walnut streets in Starke.
For more information, call
904-964-5278.


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When you shop with your
local merchant you help
S.--&O -S.,ti,,ities in


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your community.



Your community

merchants support High
School activities to

include:
Band, Footbal, Basebat

Tennis, FFRKR.R, PoP
Warner, 4-H, Clubs,

And other...
Veterans qrganizationS,
Seniors, Churches,Scouts,
and a lot more...
These organizations
make our community a

better place to live and
add ualue to our lies.
Your local merchant is
glad to help out but they

need your support.
When you have a need
that you can fulfill in the

local area, your
patronage will be
appreciated...


The Bradford County Telegraph, Union County
Times and Lake Region Monitor encourages all
to shop with our advertisers...


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Feb. 10, 2005 TELEGRAPH Page 3A


Pine Hill Masonic Lodge No. 9 in Brooker installed its 2005 officers Jan. 4. They are
(I-r) Master Roscoe Cruce, Sr. Warden Jeff Wood, Jr. Warden John McKibben,
Chaplain Steve Hutcheson, Sr. Deacon Rudy Raulerson, Jr. Deacon Arley Roe,
Marshall Bruce Kirby. Not shown: Installing Officer Ted Barber, Installing Marshall
Ernest Beeman, Installing Chaplain Alton Christie.


2 local masonic lodges install officers


Both the Bradford Masonic Lodge
No. 35 in Starke and the Pine Hill
Lodge No. 9 in Brooker recently held
ceremonies for the installation of
officers for 2005.
The Bradford officers were installed
Dec. 29. The new officers are
Worshipful Master Frank Comacho,
Senior Warden Gordon Brown, Junior
Warden Mark Griffith, Treasurer Walt
Westcott, Secretary Morris Mahoney,
Chaplain Bob Clayton, Marshal Tom
Erickson, Senior Deacon Ronnie
Ratliff, Junior Deacon Robert Moody,
Senior Steward William Lilliston,
Junior Steward John Watters6n and
Tyler (Sergeant at Arms) Gerry
Anderson.
Right Worshipful Ted Barber of Lake
Butler served as the installing officer.
Right Worshipful Ernest Beeman
served as the installing marshal and
Worshipful Homer Walker served as the
installing chaplain.
On Jan. 4, the officers of Pine Hill
Lodge No. 9 in Brooker were installed
for 2005. Barber of Lake Butler served
as the installing officer. Beeman served
as the installing marshal and Worshipful
Tom Adams served as the installing
chaplain.
Worshipful Roscoe Cruce was
reinstalled as the master of Pine Hill
Lodge. Worthy Brother Jeff Wood was
installed as the senior warden and


Worthy Brother John McKibbin was
installed as the -junior warden.
Worshipful. Steve Hutcheson was
installed as the chaplain, Worshipful
Bruce Kirby was installed as the
marshal, Worthy Brother Randy
Raulerson and Worthy Brother Arley
Roe.were installed as the senior and
junior deacons, respectively.
About Freemasonry...
According to Past District Deputy
Grand Master Ted Barber of Lake
Butler, Freemasonry is a brotherhood of
men under the guidance of God." The
badge -of a mason is the lambskin or-
white apron, reminding Masons of that
purity of life and rectitude of conduct
which reflects their personal
relationships with the Lord, the
Supreme Architect of the universe, he
said.
From the building of King Solomon's
Temple down through the Middle Ages
and now for more than 500 years in the
United States, Freemasonry. has been
active. The fraternity was introduced to
America by the French, British and
Scottish military lodges.
Barber said men like George
'Washington were Masons. Washington
became a master Mason in the
Fredricksburg Lodge in 1753.
Benjamin Franklin, along with 1.4 other
delegates to the Constitutional
Convention, were Masons as were


many of the nation's presidents.
"The members of all masonic
lodges strive to become better
men," he said,'"accepted by the
Lord through His grace into
heaven (or as Masons call it, the
Celestial Lodge Above)." They
strive to be better men ard to
provide selfless-service to all
mankind, especially to a brother
Mason, said Barber.
He said Freemasons have
three internal: groups in most
lodges. The first group is
interested in having fun and
entertainment. The second
group is composed of the
joiners who are ,satisfied with
just being called a member of
the greatest fraternity in the
world. The third group are the
workers;
:Barber said the workers are
interested in making things
happen for the good of' the
lodge. They work to see .the
lodge grow in membership and
productivity.
"All three groups are very impo
to our lodges," said Barber. "(
leadership is able to cause all
groups to see a vision that they be
is worth working for and they c
together in a synergistic way
accomplish far more than any


Bradford Masonic Lodge No. 35 installed 2005 officers in December. They are (I-r) Sr.
Deacon Ron Ratliff, Sr. Warden Gordon Brown, Treasurer Walt Westcott, Master
Frank Comacho, Installing Officer Ted Barber, Jr. Warden Mark Griffith, Secretary
Morris Mahoney, Sr. Steward William Lilliston, Installing Chaplain Ernest Beeman, Jr.
Deacon Robert Moody and Tyler (Sergeant-at-Arms) Jerry Anderson.


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(L-R) The Right Worshipful Lloyd Wilkerson of the Lawtey Masonic Lodge-.;
is presented a certificate of appreciation by Jerry Anderson, master of thew,
Bradford Lodge. ad
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Starke meets
The Starke City Commission
typically meets on the first, and
third Tuesday of each month at
7 p.m. at Starke City Hall.


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"Lo horrnitonRVL a- loidoed
with a surprise birthday party
on Sat., Feb. 5, at the
Hampton House Daycare in -
Hampton. The party was
lovingly hosted by' his wife
Nadine and his children Glenda,
Donna, Daryl and their
families.
Enjoying the good food and
fellowship were 75 close
friends and family members.
Papa Leo will be 70 years
old on Feb. 10.


The meetings are open to the
public, and an agenda is
available days in advance in the
office of the city clerk.


County meets
The Bradford County
Commission typically' meets .
ye ea Ch._month: on.the first,
Mnlan l the'Inonthl it ~il0r
a.m. and on the third Thursday
of the month at 7:30 p.m.


The meetings take place in
the commission meeting
chamber at the Bradford County
Coiirthouse and are ogn to
public. Agendas are availablee
day 'iri adlaribt in the-6ffi"e' bf
the clerk of courts.


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Editorial/Opinion

Thursday, Feb. 10, 2005 Page 4A





The pendulum swings


The mythical pendulum that is
powered by social mores rarely
becomes locked in place, although it
may swing further to either the left or
right, and remain off-center for long
periods. Since the mid-1960s,
liberalism of sexually explicit
movies, books and magazines has'
exploded across the nation, leaving
conservative-minded people
wondering where it will ever end.
It isn't that conservatives are narrow-
minded, or abhor freedom of speech t
they believe that vulgarity has no
place in the public forum where it is
available to children and youth.
Conservatives believe in education, but
the exploitation of trash in movies and
print is more titillating than
educational. Some material isO
downright vulgar and goes beyon
the boundaries of humor.
Just a year ago, at the playing of the
Super Bowl, a premeditated exposure
of Janet Jackson's breast by a
"wardrobe malfunction" climaxed poor
taste-on television, and brought loud
cries of "enough is enough!" Even
though that incident was rather tame in
-relation to others, the public reaction
caught the attention of the FCC
(Federal Communication Commission),
chaired by Michael Powell, son of
Colin Powell, former secretary of state
in President George Bush's first
administration.
Michael Powell was appointed to the
FCC by President Bill Clint6n and
Promoted to chairman of the
commission by Bush. During his four-
year tenure as chairman, Powell levied
heavy fines on television producers for
indecency, and got their attention. In
2003 FCC fines totaled $48,000. In
2004 the fines escalated to $7.7 million
for ribald scenes.


g ,Super Bowl


romantic evening
for a couple, said prior to this year's
game, "Everyone knows where the line
is, and I don't think it will be crossedl'--
Freedom of speech is an essential
element of democracy, but it doesn't.
include crying "fire" in a crowded
theater if no fire exists, nor does it
include inappropriate language in
inappropriate situations. A group, even
if composed only of males, doesn't of
itself justify the use of vulgar language,
nor does everyone in the group
appreciate its use. Normal conversation
laced with profanity reveals the
ignorance of the speaker.
Although it may seem'that FCC
Chairman Powell started a trend, it's
reasonably certain the American public
tired of vulgarity and Powell picked up
on the trend and ran with it. He is to be
congratulated on his early recognition


S:Holr ,obd'ktoducers f!TV' t iv- gflttot o reto mrn 'ity.,
d th d modcu of dot ency irr me
.are running scared these days, since o elevision and print media.
FCC fined Fox's 169 stations $7,000 television and print media.
each in October for showing people successor will do well to continue
licking whipped cream from the bodies quest for clean humor within
Sof strippers, in the show "Married in industry under his control and
America." make an outstanding name for hi;
without becoming a prude.


rox oroaacastea me: uper Bowl mis
year, charging $2.4 million per half-
minute ad (according to the Gainesville
Sun Jan. 25) but the commercials were
toned-down from those of a-year ago.
Jeff Goody, advertising executive for
the firm that created a Budweiser
commercial last year, in which a horse


Bradford
County needs
a facelift
Dear Editor:
I live in the county and the
zoning ordinances have me a
bit confused. If you live in the
an area that is zoned
residential, there are certain
ordinances that are supposed to
be enforced. ..: p- ..- ..
- But-if you drive-through the
areas and look at people's
property, it is a fact that the
zoning ordinances aren't
enforced. You see old
automobiles, old mobile homes:
torn down, old refrigerators,
air conditioners, commercial
vehicles parked on residential
property, commercial vehicles
parked on property that
belongs to someone else. etc.
If you complained about any
of this, if it is close to your
home, you are told that there's
nothing that can be done. If
this is true, 'why :have zoning
ordinances? It is quite evident
that some people do whatever
they want to do, regardless of
the zoning laws.
Some residents pay high
property taxes, try to keep our
property clean and upgraded.
but our neighbors are allowed
to have, old vehicles, old
appliances,. run. commercial
businesses out of their homes,
park their commercial vehicles
wherever and no one makes
them abide by the rules and
zoning ordinances.
The above is true because it
was told to me. I think
Bradford County needs a
facelift.-:It is a pitiful looking
county. The county
commissioners, zoning
department, environmental
department (solid waste
department), and zoning board
need to start paying attention


There's a place for humor
entertainment in each of our lives
we should maintain those element
lighten the load of everyday cares
let's temper the conversation to
proper time, and place.


By BUSTER R
Telegraph Editorial


to this county and the way it'
looks. I have to be fair to the
environmental department,
Donny Wise has tried to help
me, but he can't do it all. He
needs help from the other
areas.
I would appreciate it if you
would publish this document,
maybe other residents will
write in about their
experiences concerning these
things..--
Norma Greene
Bradford County resident
(Editor's note: Please note.
that it is the code enforcement
board, not the zoning .board
that -would be responsible for
issuing citations, etc., for the'
violations discussed here.)


Thanks to
Hampton VFD
Dear Editor:
We would like to take this
opportunityto express our
appreciation to the Hampton'
Volunteer Fire Department for
its hard work during the year
2004.
The fire department answered,
a total of 367 calls during the
year: of 2004. On many of
these calls they were the first"
on the scene giving support
and assistance to the people.
involved. They also worked
tirelessly during the storms
keeping our roads clear and
handing out ice and water to
the people without power.
The members of the
department don't get enough.
credit for their hard work and
sacrifices. This is entirely
voluntary without
compensation and they put
their lives on the line for the
satisfaction of serving the
public need.
'We would like, to remind


everyone again that a
county volunteere
departments, receive
portion of its funding
donations, so if you
the department.in yoi
is always needed anc
appreciated.
Thank you.

Martha
Coun
City of

Reader
advises 'v
organizati
already in
place,
,Dear Editor:
:This is in resp
individual starting a
Vets organization.
The 'nly organ
sanctioned by the
Veterans in this area
American Legion I
VFW (Veterans of
Wars) Post 1016 of
The individual who' p
ad of Vietnam Vets
disbarred from the Bro
of Vietnam Veteran
area.
The wiser man wc
the American Legiot
VFW. It will save yoi
your mind and your ch
Gary


The first thing a
should learn is h
endure. It is what
have most need to
-Jean-Jacques Ro,
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wies;,-
His


On the threshold


"There's good news tonight," became
the nightly byline for radio newscaster
Gabriel Heatter during WWII as he
reported the war news from London.
Starke City Manager Lee Vincent
might well have used the same words
as he outlined the ventures arid plans on
the drawing board for the city, even
though his tenure of office will come to
an end before the completion of some
of the planned projects. He has
tendered his resignation from the city,
effective Feb. 18, to take over the
management of Port St. Joe, southwest
of Tallahassee, on the Gulf of Mexico.
Vincent has done an excellent job in
Starke, in spite of an outdated and
unwieldy form of city government that
charged him with responsibility but
gave him limited authority. It is with

regret that he leaves Starke, but the city
manager type of government in Port St.
Joe provides an opportunity unavailable
in Starke.
But Vincent is optimistic concerning
the city of Starke and believes the city is
on the road for growth, both commercial
and residential. Groundwork is being
laid to channel the growth in an
organized manner. He sees the west side
bypass of US-301 being constructed
with some access other than SR-100 and
SR-16, at the request of local interests.
The bypass will siphon off commercial
units and travelers that don't wish to
stop anyway, but drivers of cars and
trucks will continue the through-town
route for food and service. He is
confident the city is slated for growth
and community leaders are preparing
for the increased needs brought by a
growing population.
Although Vincent is leaving, he hasn't
slowed his efforts to improve and
expand the town's infrastructure. A
number of grants are in various stages
-from applications on the drawing


board,
to those approved and one or two
nearing completion. Never before has
the city had this many irons in the fire at
one time, some of which will change the
course of Starke's lethargy and small
town sleepiness. Some people like the
small town atmosphere and it will be
with us for another generation,-but a
town must move forward, or it will
regress. StAnding still is not an option.
No one is indispensable. Starke will
continue a number of projects Vincent
has brought to the table and if it (the
city) is lucky, a new city manager will
exhibit the integrity and determination
shown by Vincent in keeping the
commissioners focused on city interests.
Next week, the projects will be listed
and discussed. There's more going on in
Starke than we see on the surface, and
there's good news tonight.
By BUSTER RAHN,
Telegraph Editorial Writer


Golf club brings good news


STByleUSTER WiAHN
TelegraphfStaff Writer


ie his A gala affair that drew
Sthe golfers and friends from
Around the area was held at the
thus Starke Golf Country Club
mself ballroom Jan. 1, with more
than 100 people in attendance.
They dined on an outstanding
and meal of roast pork and other
, and dishes, including several
s that desserts that constituted a
s, but culinary delight, provided
o the gratis bythe club owners.
SThe good food contributed
to the festive occasion, but:the
!AHN, good news revealed by the
Writer owners and employees
fostered optimism among the
guests that hasn't been seen
all of the around the clubhouse in many
r fire moons.
a large Speaking for Tatum
Through Enterprise, owners of ithe
can help Starke Golf Club, Tom Tatum
ur area it said construction of another
d greatly nine holes is on the drawing
board and will become a
reality next year. Adding a
Jane Hall nWck nine" has been rumored
'ity Clerk since the Tatum family bought
Williams the course last year, but this
icil Chair announcement is the first solid
Hampton commitment with a time frame
.- ,- that the golfing community has
heard.
Golf Pro David Elder and
4ts Superintendent Paul Illgen'
S reported on improvements
made to the facility in the past
ol year, many of which are
visible :to visitors and
passersby. The ballroom with
the rocking chairs on the front
porch is now under a new roof
and sports a new paint job.
onse to Other changes that are obvious
Vietnam include enhancing the beauty
of a new pro shop and
.izations enlarging the cart facility and
Vietnam cement court for carts and
Share the pedestrians'to enjoy. Not so
Post and obvious is the renovation of
Foreign the irrigation system and the
F Starke. new well for iron-free water.


'osted the
had been
Fatherhood
s in this
would join,
n Post of
ur wallet,
children.
L. Powell
Lawtey

child
ow to
he will
know.'
usseau


The original course was well
laid out, with interesting and
challenging holes. Integrating
new holes without harming the
existing fairways will require
serious planning. In the past
year the course has been.
cleaned up as never before,
with trees cut and trimmed,
fairways mowed, the rough
cleaned up, and the, greens
revitalized.
The physical improvements
are there for all to see,
including the tremendous
increase in the number of
people playing the course.
Already the first tee is getting
to be crowded in the early
mornings and somewhere


down the line tee times will be
requiredre. That's the price of
,success in operating a golf
c' !cbse. One speaker said the
number of club members
doubled last year, even though
a drive for new members
hasn't.been initiated.
Elder distributed a flyer in
which he,announced plans for
a Player of the Year Award,
based on criteria garnered
during the year. Those criteria
include scores, tournament
play and other factors.
Additional information will be
posted as it is developed. He
reported the back tee on
number five is being returned
to play, much to the chagrin of
players. Only the super-long
hitters can possibly like that
tee the rest of us, well, it
costs an extra stroke to say the
least.
Elder said in the handout
that Starke will be the premier
golf course in the area and that
sounds good to those of us
who have been loyal members
for many years. In years past,
we were aware of the shortfalls
of the course, because many of
us have played outstanding
courses throughout golfdom,
including courses utilized by
the PGA Pro Tour. We were
aware that club officials were
doing the best they could with
what they had, and who could
ask for more? We take our


School board
meeting
The next monthly meeting of
the Bradford County School
Board will take place in the
boardroom of the district offices
on Monday, Feb. 14, at 5 p.m.
The public is invited to attend
this meeting.

Annual round

of testing

,,begins
The writing portion of the
Florida Comprehensive
Assessment Test (FCAT) will
take place in Bradford County
Tuesday through Thursday,
Feb. 8-10. Grades four, eight
and 10 take this test, which
includes essay questions and
two multiple-choice tests that
last 45 minutes each.
State law requires that any
student who scores below a
level three on the test receive an
Academic Improvement Plan
during the following school
year to address any writing


collective hats off to those men
and women who kept'the doors
open without compensation for
the past several years. They
represent dedication in the face
of long odds and toiled on
despite criticism by lesser
mortals.
Starke stands poised for
growth, but let's hope it won't
expand in the manner of US-
441 between High Springs and
Gainesville, overwhelming the
small town of Alachia. Towns
arid cities cannot stand still -
they must grow or regress. A
number of events, including
the upgrading of the golf
course, promise a renewal for
the community in coming
months. The year 2005 is
going to be pivotal year for
Bradford County.
The enthusiasm of the
Tatum family is catching and
those acquainted with them
acknowledge their word is.
their bond. They made a
commitment to area residents
that other small communities
can only dream of. The words
"wealthy" and "rich" are
relative terms and may or may
not apply to the Tatums in
reference to material
possessions, but they are both
wealthy and rich in friends as
shown by those attending the
dinner.
Starke has a treasure sitting
on its doorstep.


deficiencies. This plan could
affect the student's classroom
assignment during the next
school year.
The SAT-10 test is scheduled
for Monday,. Feb. 28, through
Friday, March 4, for all students
in kindergarten through second
grade.
The FCAT reading, math and
science tests will be given
Monday, March 7, through-
Friday, March 18, for students
in grades three through 11. This
will be the first year llth
graders have taken the FCAT
science test.
Home school students must
contact-the local schools prior
to the test administration dates
if they wish to take any of these
tests.
Free exercise

Class set
A free adult exercise class is
being sponsored by the Starke
Recreation Department on
Monday, Wednesday and
Friday each week from 9-9:40
a.m. at the Pratt Street
recreation center. For more
information, call 904-964-6792.







Feb. 10, 2005 TELEGRAPH Page 5A


.Gladys Goldwire celebrates 100th birthday ICHURCH


" ladys McDaniel (; !dwirv MNlthodi'. Church in Starke.
celebrated her 10i!di brthdi on Mo,-i than 150 family and
Feb. 6. 2,-005 ;ath li. .!n'it. d !i:iI i; iilcd between the hours


ib 'ioberly Ann Dryfuss
John David Franci

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Jessica Renee Parrish and
William Charles Castlen


-Parrish and

iCastlen to wed
SFeb. 26
,.:ClaytOn -Parrish and Me!ody
-G askinS', -beuth *bf L.ako,,BOtler
"nfh flewppoqmweil ijpy/-<-ra'o.j '.
mJrnat e a t heilit dau;uc:I1.
Jess.c:! R. inc'e Pju .! .
William Charle- C(.rlemn. .in i ,
Pat ano Ann C'stlen :ot Ake
Butler.
The bride-Cleit cr.jl,, cJ,
from Union County Hih
Schoo-l t(UCHS in 2002. She is
attending Lake ;City-
Co:nimminit', Coile',e and
working at' MNci.arunle j,-uni..
She is the granddaughter of J.T.
and Linda Parrish and J.C. and
i rrle Pajr'i-h. all of 1._ .
Blutier
SThe 'r>'.im-eilec .graduated
fromiCH.S in 1I'-. and works
at Gilman Buildir.g Products..
The v..eddii di [jI : pl.i- c
at the Lake IBuler Ct.luin. ;i-i
Center at 4 p.m. on Saturday,
Feb. 26. 20 5.
No initati,.r,s ,11 be mailed.
All family iiad 'riendc are
\itried


Sand
is


,.I, y I iS d311

Francis to wed
Robert and Pa.i;icia Haggerty
of Longmont, Colo. announce
the ipljconilng marriage of their
daughter, Kimberly 'Ann
Dryfuss. to John David Francis,.
son of Charles and Chlrlene
tFrancis of Starke.
ST,-,:'ecl e.Wed .an
,, -,- h ui1 .-:etlirgpj ^ ed
. :"iertrie ...andl Jiccuir ently
LmiTl., \Led by Lwongmrnt United
Hospital in the cardiac unit.
1 ne groom-elec't earned a
bachelor of science degree from
lile University of Florida and is
employed by Baird
Communications as. a
technician.
The -..eJddirn -\ ill take place
on Saturda;, Feb 12. 2005. at
Fifrl[ Uniied Methodist Church
in I 'r? mr i' .
FI-il-.. in~ j wedding trip to
.1 Lm .,. the ,.-uple '\Ill reside
ii L rii.niimni

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i h-ld es \. '-diesda\ a[ 7 p.m. at
L`... \. u,.hL ,:1 t Chnr-t. CR-200)-B
.,r i- ,,:. .. .u ler himn alcohol-
S i .Iruy.:r;CJaled problems.
.i ,I ., 'i -. rnpulsi.e spenders
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Spu'l. 'c.li.~Ime Call 04-7, 82-
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of 2 and 4 p.m. to help her cele-
brate this special day.
Mrs. Goldwire moved to
Starke more than 50 years ago
with her husband Gilbert and the
couple's two sons, Ray and
Mike.
A registered nurse, Mrs.
Goldwire worked at the old
Starke Maternity Hospital and
Bradford County Hospital
before becoming a nurse for Dr.
A.J. Barry where she worked for
many years. Active in her
church, she and Gilbert were
Methodist Youth Fellowship
sponsors for several years and
volunteered with the cancer
drive in Starke.
Recognizing her long and
active service to the community,
the city of Starke has declared
Feb. 6 as Gladys McDaniel
Goldwire Day. President
George W. Bush and Governor
Jeb Bush each sent congratula-
tory letters to Mrs. Goldwire.
A birthday celebration was
also held Feb. 5 at Windsor
Manor Nursing Home with
approximately 100 in atten-
dance.

Gladys Goldwire
celebrated her 100th
birthday on Feb. 6.


Do you have any concerns about
your child's development? Free
information and/or screenings for
ages birth to 5 years. To schedule an
appointment, call Child Find @1-
800-227-6036 www. nefec.org/fdlrs
(click on Child Find).
AAU boys basketball team is in
need of 12 and up and 14 and up
players and coaches. For
information, call Kevin Simmons,
904-769-6428 or 904-964-7403.


I Feb. 6,19551

NappyU 50hS
Ca ell Wilnams


Antioch Baptist Church of
Starke will have a buffet love
breakfast on Saturday, Feb. 12.
8-11 a.m. Tickets are $6; $3
children under six. The public is
invited.
Antioch Baptist Church of
Starke will have a red and white
program at 11 a.m. on Sunday,
Feb. 13. Pastor is Michael
Johnson. The public is invited.
New Hope Missionary Baptist
Church, 1662 Old Lawtey Rd.
in Starke will celebrate its Usher
Anniversary Sunday, Feb. 13,
3:30 p.m. The Rev. Jake Davis is
pastor; Sister Lorraihe Hamilton
is chairperson and Brother John
Diggs is co-chairperson. The
public is invited.
St. Edward's Catholic Church
ladies group will raffle two
Valentines gift baskets on Feb 13
at $1 donation tickets. Volunteers
are needed to bring in yard sale
items by Feb 25 for "Spring
Cleaning Sale" Feb. 25 & 26.
Baby shoes will also be
collected. Proceeds from both
will fund an organ and
confirmation brunch. Volunteers
are needed to make crafts for
,proposed spring festival by
April, 2005, final date to be
determined. It will have an
International theme.
Mt. Pisgah AME will celebrate
its annual Founder's Day
observance. This occasion will
be on Sunday, Feb. 13, 4 p.m.
The Rev. Glenn B. Dames Jr. is
,pastor: The public is invited.
First United Methodist Church
,of Starke will host the Christian
rock group "Half-Past Forever"


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from Greenville, S.C. at the BHS Sunday, Feb. 20, 3:30 p.m.
auditorium at 6 p.m. on Saturday, Leamar Moore is pastor. The
Feb. 12. CDs and T-shirts as well public is invited.
as refreshments will be offered Pine Hill Cong. Methodist
for purchase. Admission is free. Church will have an old
A love offering will be taken. fashioned revival Feb. 21-25
The public is invited, with the Rev. Troy Alexander
New Bethel Baptist Church and the Rev. Cliff Barton, 7 p.m.
will celebrate its deacon, nightly. For information, call
deaconess and trustees Pastor Agnes Hilliard, 904-964-
anniversary on Sunday, Feb. 20, 2301.
3 p.m. The public is invited. The In His Word Ministry Church
Rev. Robinson is pastor, of Starke will have a yard sale
Christian Fellowship Temple on Friday, Feb. 11, 9 until ...
located at 204 N. Water St. will inside the Lawtey Community
have a revival featuring Center. For information, call
Evangelist Henry Thornton 964-6778 or 904-782-1554.
Sunday, Feb. 13, at 11 a.m. The Body of Christ Assembly
through Wednesday, Feb. 16, COGIC will have a youth
7 p.m. nightly. For information revival Feb. 10-12 with guest
or transportation call Pastor speaker Missionary Winter
Charles Anderson 964-4377. The Brown of Gainesville. The
public is invited, public is invited. Elder Jacob D.
Trinity Baptist Church will James is pastor.
celebrate its 21st Homecoming Fellowship Baptist Church of
with special musical guest Raiford will have a free concert
Charles Billingsley. The public is featuring The Wishnants on
invited. Join us Feb. 20, at 9:30 Sunday, Feb. 20, 11 a.m. A love
a.m. for Bible Study, 10:45 a.m. offering will be taken.
worship service. The church is Bradford Baptist Church will
on Hwy 21,22 miles south of B B Chur will
Keon Hwy 21, 2Heimilhts south of be holding a revival featuring the
Keystone Heights. ForWil Rice Evangelistic Team
information, call 352-473-7261. Wbegi Rice Sundy Feb. 1,and
beginning Sunday, Feb. 13, and '
Pleasant Grove Missionary sting through Friday, Feb. 18;
Baptist Church in the unday services will be held at
Speedville community will host 11 a.m. and 6 p.m., while the
its annual Black History program Monday-Friday services will be
on Sunday, Feb. 20, 3 p.m. The held at 7 p.m. There will be a
Rev. Rudolph Lennon will be the separate worship service for
speaker. The public is invited, children ages 4-third gi'ade.
The Rev. James F. Jones is Bradford Baptist Church is
pastor. located 1.3 miles east of US-301
Mt. Moriah United Methodist on SR-100. For more
Church will celebrate its annual information, please call 904-964-
Black History program on 4168.


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ELECTRIC
Continued from p. 1A
the Co-op ownership of Green
Cove's facilities and inventory.
In addition, the Co-op would
have retained all of Green
Cove's electric employees,
short of a part-time clerk typist
and the system's
superintendent, who expressed
a desire to retire if the system
were sold.
Clay Electric CEO Bill
Phillips said the Co-op's offer
was made in good faith and in
the best interests of Green
Cove's customers.
"It was not intended to insult
anyone," Phillips wrote in a
January 10 letter to the council.
Phillip's said Clay Electric's
acquisition of the Green Cove
system would have lowered
customers' bills by 25 to 30
percent and-would have done so
without negatively impacting
the Co-op's current
membership.
The Co-op was the only one
of five utilities invited by the
city to make an offer for the
system, according to Phillips.
Its dealings in the last several
years in the sale and purchase
of electric facilities has made it
well aware of what customers
and facilities are worth, he said.
"Clay Electric cannot pay an
inflated price for these
purchases. To do this would
bring harm to our existing
members/customers. Our offer
would not subsidize Green
Cove Springs' customers at the
expense of Clay's."
Like Starke, Green Cove's
membership in FMPA means it
is responsible for a portion of
the power agency's
indebtedness. An estimated
$10 million of the $16.6 million
Clay Electric offer would have
gone to retire that debt, and
additional issues surrounding
the complex FMPA contract
would have to be resolved
before such a sale could
proceed.
Another thing .Starke .and
Green Cove Springs have in
common are relatively high
electric rates. Both purchase
power from FMPA at a lower
rate than is actually charged to
customers. The additional
revenue is used to recover the
cost of running the cities'
electric departments, but both
cities also contribute a portion
of their electric revenue to their
general funds. .
In December, the Florida
Municipal Electric Association
charted the residential cost for
the use of 1000 kilowatt-hours
of electricity at $92.95 for
Starke and $110.15 for Green
Cove Springs. For commercial
customers using 1,500 kWh, the
cost was $169.50 in. Sarke and
$168.22 in Green Co\e Springs.
Starke's consultant, Jerry
Warren of WHH Enterprises.
has estimated Starke's
obligation to FMPA at $2.88
million. In No0 ember, he told
the commission that the FMPA
contract was complicated by
design because of the need for
the agency to protect the,:
interests of all of its members
Starke is not merely a
consumer of FMPA's energy,
he said. It is a joint owner of
the agency.
"I sort of liken it to
borrowing money and building
a power plant and then wanting
out later because the costs are
too high," Warren said.
"You're in a position where you
made a long-term investment
strategy and you .want out.
And, as you know, it's difficult
at that point to do that."
Starke could begin to limit
the amount of power it
purchases through the FMPA
all-requirements project,
although it would be many
years before the city could
begin to pass along noticeable
benefits to its customers,
according to Warren's
calculations. Aliernati\el., the
city could settle its debt to
FMPA after giving three-year's
notice of its intention to exit the
contract; but Starke would also
be responsible for any negative
financial impact to FMPA.
While Warren showed
potential benefits to FMPA over
time from the city's w ithdrawal
could reduce the city's cost for
abandoning its contract to
$280,000, he predicted that.


differences in interpreting the
positive and negative impacts to'
FMPA could land both parties
in court.
Warren said that the. ability
for Starke to reduce the bills of.
its electric customers relies on
the presumption that it can
purchase cheaper power on" the
open market. At first glance, he
said the economic picture was
not compelling,, particularly
when factoring in the cost of
lengthy and expensive court
battles. Any contract that
provided Starke with the money
it needs, to exit the FMPA
contract is likely to result in
another long-term contract for


the city, he said.
Because investing in a power
supply is a long-term venture.
Warren said the first reaction to
a price spike resulting from
higher fuel costs should not be
to bailing out of a contract.
Nevertheless, the second phase
of his study will look at
Starke's chances on the power
market.
The outcome of Starke's
study should be made available
at Starke's Feb. 15 meeting,
when the consultant is
scheduled to return to present
his work to the commission.
City Manager Lee Vincent
has already called into question
the ability for an investor-
owned utility to reduce the rates
paid by city customers. He
pointed to a recent article in the
St. Petersburg Times that listed
Progress Energy's residential
charge for 1,000.kWh in
January as $94.43, compared to
Starke's $92.95.
Progress is one of the
companies that has expressed
interest in acquiring Starke's
customers.

Reach Mark Crawford at
gov@bctelegraph.com or 904-
964-6305.


Rec. Dept.

opens


registration

for Ceramics
Starke Recreation
Department has opened
registration for its spring youth
ceramics classes.
Registration will be
Monday, Jan. 31, through
Monday, Feb. 28.
The program is for school
age children and is held at the
Old Armory (across from the
high school on US-301) in the
ceramic room.
Registration fee is $8.
There will be four classes
offered for eight weeks each.
-One will be held from 2:30-
3:30 p.m. on Wednesdays,
beginning March 2 and ending
April 20; the other is from
3:45-4:45 p.m. on
Wednesday, beginning March
2 and ending April 20.
Other classes will be held on
Friday from 1:30-3:30 p.m.
beginning March 4 and ending
April 22; and on Fridays from
3:45-4:45 p.m. beginning
March 4 and ending April 22.
Class limit is six students
per class. ,
A minimum of four students
is required in each class.
Instructor is Mary Johnson.
Material must be paid for
before work begins.
Classes are not scheduled on
days when school is not in
session.


Start

preparing for

summer now

at Starke Rec.
Starke Recreation Depart-
ment summer program
registration is now open-and
will continue through Friday,
May 27.
The cost to attend the
program for eight weeks at the
Pratt Street Center is $80:
Reno Center, $40 for eight
weeks.
Parents may sign children up
now and start making
payments .toward the
registration fee.,
The summer programs will
run from Monday, June 6,
through Friday, July 29, 7
a.m. until 6 p.m.
Children from 7-16 (or
completed first grade) are
eligible to participate in the
Pratt Street program; 6-17 at
the Reno complex.
Call. 964-6792 for
information.


County plans

Feb. 17

workshop
The Bradford County
Commission: will' hold a
workshop on code enforcement
on Thursday, Feb. 17, prior to
its regular, meeting.
Commissioners also plan to
discuss spending fo'r a proposed
upgrade in radio
communications between the
county's various fire, law
enforcement and emergency
response agencies.
The workshop will take place
in the boardroom at 5:30.p.m.
The regular meeting begins at
7:30 p.m. Both sessions are
open to the public.


BC cancels

meeting
The Thursday, March 17,
meeting of the Bradford County
Commission has been canceled
so commissioners can attend an
event with members of the
Florida League of Cities.




LEGALS


PUBLIC AUCTION
Spratlin Towing will be having a
Public Auction at 10:00 a.m. on the
following days:
February 18, 2005
1999 Honda Accord, White, Vin
#1 HGCG2255XA024328.
Spratlin Towing is located at 18536
US Hwy. 301 North, Starke, FL.
2/3 2tchg. 2/10
STATE OF FLORIDA, CRIMINAL
JUSTICE STANDARDS &
TRAINING COMMISSION,
Petitioner
vs.
VICKI L. GLASS, Case #20742
Respondent
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: VICKI L. GLASS
Residence Unknown
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
Administrative Complaint has been
filed against you seeking to revoke,
your Correctional Certificate in
accordance with Section 943.1395,
F.S., and any rules promulgated
thereunder.
You are required to serve a written
copy of your intent to request a
hearing pursuant to Section 120.57,
F.S. upon Michael Crews,
PROGRAM DIRECTOR, Criminal
Justice Professionalism Program,
Florida Department of Law
"Enforcement, P. O. Box 1489,
Tallahassee, Florida 32302-1489, on
or before April 2, 2005. Failure to do
so will result in a default being
entered against you to Revoke said,
certification pursuant to Section
120.60, F.S., and Rule 11B-27, F.A.C.
Dated: February 2,2005
SERGEANT DORRIS SEIBERT
CHAIRMAN
CRIMINAL JUSTICE STANDARDS
AND TRAINING COMMISSION
By; Lnda Hodges,
Division Representative
2/1Q04tchg. 3/3
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF1
FLORIDA IN AND FOR
BRADFORD COUNTY,
CASE NO.C4-2004CA-0135
CIVIL DIVISION
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA,
acting through Rural Development,
formerly Farmers Home
Administration (FmHA), United
States Department of Agriculture
(USDA),
Plaintiff,
vs.
SHARON L. VESSEL; THE
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA;
HOUSEHOLD FINANCE
CORPORATION III,
.Defendants. j .. ,
NOTICE .OFt SAIE
Notice is hereby given tria.purguani
to a Final Judgment entered in the
above entitled cause in the Circuit
Court of Bradford County, Florida, I
will sell the property located in
Bradford County, Florida, being
specifically described as follows:
Lot 2, Block F, DALEWOOD
SUBDIVISION, as per plat recorded
in Plat Book 3, Page 8, Section 21,
Township 6 South, Range 22 East,
Bradford County, Florida at public
sale to the highest and best bidder, for
cash at East front door of the Bradford
County Courthouse, 945 N. Temple
Avenue, Starke, Florida, at 11:00 a.m.
on the 3rd day of March, 2005.
If you are a person with a disability


who needs any accommodation in
order to participate in this proceeding,
you are entitled, at no cost to you, to
the provision of certain assistance.
Please contact (904)374-3639, within
two (2) working days of your receipt
of this Notice of Sale; if our are
hearing or voice impaired, call
Florida Relay Service (800) 955-
8770.
Dated Feb. 2,2005.
RAY NORMAN
As Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: Carol Williams
As Deputy Clerk
Neal.E. Young
Attomey at Law
300 Third St., NW
Winter Haven, FL 33881-4002
863-299-6647
Fax: 863-299-7176
2/10 2tchg. 2/17


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE Department of Agriculture and
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN Consumer Services will dispose of
AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY, this cause in accordance with law.
FLORIDA 2/104tchg.3/3
CASE NO.: 04-CA-297
CIVIL DIVISION PUBLIC NOTICE
National Loan Investors, L.P., CONCERNING FAIR
Plaintiff, HOUSING
vs. On January 7, 1991, the Board of
Pine Street Church of God in Christ, County Commissioners of Bradford
Inc.; William J. Frazier; CNB County, Florida adopted Ordinance
National Bank; 84 Lumber Company; No. 90-11, which established the
SunTrust Bank; Florida Rock policy of the County to promote equal
Industries, Inc.; Capital City Bank; opportunity to obtain adequate
and Unknown Parties in Possession, housing by all persons, regardless of
Defendantss. race, color, religion, sex, familial
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE status, handicap or national origin.
SALE This ordinance is available for public
,NOTICE is hereby given that the, inspection at the Office of the
undersigned Clerk of the Circuit Community Development Director
Court of Bradford County, Florida, located at 925-E North Temple
will on March 3, 2005, at 11 a.m., at Avenue, Starke, Florida 32091
the east front door of the Bradford Monday through Friday between the
County Courthouse, 945 N. Temple hours of 8:00 A.M. and 5:00 P.M.
Ave., Starke, Florida, offer for sale at Any aggrieved person may file a
public sale tothe highest and best complaint of a housing discrimination
bidder for cash, the property located act with the:
in Bradford County, Florida, more Florida Commission on Human
particularly described on Exhibit "A" Relations,
attached, pursuant to the Summary 325 John Knox Road, Bldg. F,
Final Judgment entered in the above- Suite 240,
styled case. Tallahassee, Florida 32303-4149,
Exhibit "A" Toll-free Telephone: 1-800-342-8170
A parcel of land lying partly in Block or-
3 South, Range 1 West, partly in the U.S. Department of Housing and
East 1/2 of Block 3 South, Range 2 Urban Development,
West, partly in Block 4 South, Range 451 Seventh Street, S.W.,
1 West, and partly in the East 1/2 of Washington, D.C. 20410,
Block 4 South Range 2. West of Toll-free Telephone: 1-800-424-8590.
Simon J. Temple's Subdivision as To request information or assistance
per plat recorded in Deed Book C. locally, you may contact Angela
Page 424 of the public records of Macey, Community Development
Bradford County, Florida, said parcel Director, or telephone (904) 966-
being rore particularly described as 6382.
follows: 2/10 tchg.'
Commence at the initial point of
Simon J. Temple's Subdivision and REQUEST FOR BIDS
run South 17 degrees 45 minutes 38 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
seconds West along the centerline of Bradford County S.H.I.P. Program
the Seaboard Coast Line Railroad will receive sealed bids until 3:00
(centerline of West track), 1320.0 feet p.m. February 24, 2005 at the
to the Northeast corner of said Block Bradford County Office of the County
Q South, Range 1 West; thence North Clerk located at 945 North Temple
72 degrees 13 minutes 47 seconds Avenue, Starke, Florida 32091 for the
West along the Northerly boundary following:
thereof, 100.0 feet to the Westerly Renovation of residence located at:
.boundary of the R/W of said Railroad; A. 1405 Grove Street, Starke
thence South 17 degrees 45 minutes B. 504 E. Adkins Street, Starke
38 seconds West along said C. 808 Parkwood Place, Starke
Westerly boundary 423.32 feet to the D. 2293 Sleepy Hollow Drive, Starke
Point of Beginning. From point of E. 1651 SE 150th Street, Starke
beginning thus described continue A mandatory walk through is a
South 17 degrees 45 minutes 38 perquisite to a valid bid. All interested
seconds West along said Westerly bidders will meet at 9:00 a.m. on
boundary 453.65 feet to a concrete Thursday, February 17, 2005 at the
monument located on the Northerly Community Development Office
bobindary of the R/W of Sapp Street located at 925-E North Temple
(formerly North Street); the rpe'Nprth \Av.enejin Stalike, 10ida(Olit~6ffice
76 degrees '24'mihnuts 9 seconds .'has moied next to Pizza Hut).
West along last aforesaid Northerly ---AlF-contractors-rmust raverproof of
boundary 857.01 feet to the Easterly Residential or General Contractor s
boundary of the R/A of State Road License, proof of Liability Insurance,
No. 200 (U S. 301); thence North 17 proof of Workers' Compensation
degrees 46 minutes 00 seconds East Insurance (no exemptions), a
along said Easterly boundary 514.87 statement of non-discrimination, and
feet; thence South 72 degrees 18 at least two references from
minutes 51 seconds East 854.67 feet previously completed jobs.
to the Point of Beginning. Bids will be opened at 3:00 p.m. or as
AND soon thereafter as possible in the
Lots 3 and 4, or West Half of Block presence of the Clerk or his
24, Livipgston, Truby & Co.'s designee, Community Development
Subdivision of Northeast Quarter of staff, and all interested persons.
the Northeast Quarter of Section 28, The opened bids will be read into
Township 6 South, Range 22 East, public record and preserved in the
Bradford County, Florida. custody of the Community'
WITNESS MY HAND and official Development Department.
seal of said Court this 2nd day of Bids will not be valid unless received
February, 2005. by the bid deadline and in a sealed


Ray Norman
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
By: Carol Williams
Deputy Clerk
2/102tchg. 2/17
NOTICE OF SUSPENSION
TO: Mary K. Stefanelli
Case No.: CW2004-2374/W
2310497
A Notice of Suspension to suspend
your license and eligibility for
licensure has been filed against you.
You have the right to request a
hearing pursuant to Sections 120.569
and 120.57, Florida Statutes, by
mailing a request for same to the
Department of Agriculture and
Consumer Services, Division of.
Licensing, Post Office Box 3168,
Tallahassee, Florida 32315-3168. If a
request for hearing is not received by
21 days from the date of the last
publication, the right to hearing in this
matter will 6e waived and the


3EMAK


FUNIU~


envelope marked, "Sealed Bid,
S.H.I.P." and received by 3:00 p.m.,
February 24, 2005.
Questions may be answered at the
Community Development Office by
Angela Macey at (904) 966-6382.
The County reserves the right to
reject all bids when in its best
judgment they are too high or when it
is determined to be in the best
interest of the County that the bids be
re-advertised.
It is the policy of the County to
promote equal opportunity to obtain
adequate housing by all persons,
regardless of race, color, religion,
sex, familial status, handicap, or
national origin.
2/10 1tchg.
INVITATION TO BID
NOTICE is hereby given that sealed
Bid Proposals will be received by the
Bradford County School Board,
Finance Conference Room, 501 W.
Washington Street, Starke, FL 32091
until 11:00 AM, March 3, 2005, for the
furnishing of all materials, labor and
equipment for the following project;
Southside Elementary School
Concrete Classroom Suites, Bid No.
50303-1. Plans and Specs may be
obtained from Paul Stresing
Associates, Inc., Architect.
(#AA0003377), 14617 Maid Street
Alachua, Florida 32615; Phone
386/462-6407 by depositing $100.00
(plus shipping). Partial sets will not
be issued. Only Contactors having
been prequalified by the Bradford
County School District are eligible to
submit bids for this project. The
Owner reserves the right to waive
any irregularities and minor
technicalities or to reject any and all
bids. EQUAL OPPORTUNITY: The
Bradford County School Board
pledges itself to comply with the Civil
Rights Act of 1964 (PL-88-.352).
2/10 3tchg. 2/24
INVITATION TO BID
NOTICE is hereby given that sealed
Bid Proposals will be received by the
Bradford County Schoolb Board,
Finance Conference Room, 501 W.
Washington Street, Starke, FL 32091
until 2:00 P.M., February 23, 2005, for
the furnishing of all materials, labor
and equipment for the following
project: Southside Elementary School
Site Improvements, Bid No 5-0223-1.
Plans and Specs may be obtained
from Paul Stresing Associates, Inc.,
Architect, (#AA0003377), 14617 Main
Street, Alachua,- Florida 32615;
Phone 386/462-6407 by depositing
$100.00 (plus shipping). Partial sets
will not be issued. The Owner
reserves the.right to waive any
irregularities and minor technicalities
or to reject any and all bids. EQUAL
OPPORTUNITY: The Bradford
County School Board pledges itself to
, comply with the Civil Rights Act of
1964 (PL-88-352).
2/101 tchg.
NOTICE OF PROPOSED
ORDINANCE OF THE CITY
COMMISSION OF THE CITY
OF STARKE, FLORIDA
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
proposed. Ordinance, whose title
hereinafter appears, will be brought
up for second reading on February
15, 2005, at the meeting of the Board
of Commissioners of the City of
Starke, commencing at 7:00 p.m., at
City Hall in Starke, Florida. A copy of
said Ordinance may be inspected by
Sany member of tle public Sat the office
of the Clerk of the City of Starke at
City Hall in Sltrke Florida On the
dale abo've-mentionea, all riteraesed
parties may appear and be heard with
respect to this proposed Ordinance.
ORDINANCE NO. 2005-
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY
COMMISSION OF STARKE,
FLORIDA, ANNEXING CERTAIN
PROPERTY LOCATED IN
BRADFORD COUNTY INTO THE
CITY OF STARKE, FLORIDA; AND
PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE
DATE.
By: TERENCE M. BROWN\
City Attorney
486 North Temple Avenue
Post Office Box 40
Starke, Florida 32091
2/10 ltchg.







Feb. 10, 2005 TELEGRAPH Rage 7A


(Front row, I-r) Kelsey Yates and Thomas Hales. (Middle row, I-r) Michelle Gay,
Makayla Webb, Deanna Jordan, Michelle Rosier and Shelby Clark. (Back row, I-r)
Hope Hunter, Kylie Duncan, Savanna Munyan, Felicia Foti, Matt Pinkston, Chris
Brown and Brittany Rowe.


Hampton TK for January


Students raise
bucks for
American
Heart
Association
Hampton Elementary School
students collected $1,600 for the
American Heart Association
during their Jump Rope for Heart
event in November. The students
shown in the photo each raised
--mtef-.than $50 and earned a
Jump Rope-for Heart T-shirt.
SStudents jumped rope for two
hours in a tag-team style event to
earn -the funds: Matt Pinkston
raised the most money with
$210. Kylie Duncan raised $125
and Michelle Rosier raised $90.
In the contest to see who could
jump the longest without a miss,
fishiners were first place
Morgan Bradley, Second place
Felicia Foti.
In the contest to see who could
do the best trick jumping,
fisnishers were Morgan
Bradley first and Queen Gainey
second.

The Ladies Auxiliary ofAmerican
Legion Post 56 in Starke will meet
monthly on the second Tuesday at
7.30 p m. at the post home on
-Edwards Road


BIRTHS
She weighed 7 pounds, 10
ounces and measured 19J%
inches in length.
Maternal grandparents are
Doyle and Celeste Kemp of
\. ) Crawfordville and the late
F Carlos Rowe of Starke.
Maternal great-grandparents
are Elveria DeVoe of
Crawfordville and Perry and
.Louise Kemp of Lawtey and
SJewel Rowe of Starke.
p' .-i -"'Paternal grandparents are
Robert and Patricia Gilliam of
Havanna.
Kendel Joseph Forsyth Paternal great-grandparent is
Lois Smith of Marianna.
Kendel Forsyth
Brandy Forsyth of Starke Natalie Whitaker
announces the birth of her son, Clay and Shannon Whitaker
Kendel Joseph Forsyth, on Dec.. of Starke announce the birth of
17, 2004, in Gainesville. their daughter, Natalie Eva.
Maternal grandparents are Joe Whitaker, on Nov. 22, 2004.
and Marie Forsyth of Lake Natalie joins two sisters,
Butler. Elizabeth Emmalee Whitaker
Great-grandparents are and Saige Elyse Whitaker.
Raiford Tetstone and the late Maternal grandparents are
Nancy Tetstone and Horace and Nancy Patrick of Starke, the late
Debra Sellers of Starke. Tex Patrick of Lawtey and Zack
Edwards of Starke.
Maternal great-grandparents
Harleigh Gilliam are Alice Arwood of Starke and
J.M. and Betty Edwards of
Robbie and Terri Rowe Starke.
Gilliam of Crawfordville Paternal grandparents are
announce the birth of their Greg and Camille Whitaker of
daughter, Harleigh Nichole Starke.
Gilliam. on Dec 31. 2004 at Paternal great-irandparent i,
Tallahass.ee Mem,' rial Hi,.pital Billie Ga.et t Er ll, ton


Youth rally concert set for Feb. 12


A community youth rallI and
concert will be held Sat.. Feb
12, at the Bradford High School
Auditorium.
"Half-Past Forever" is
sponsored by the youth at First
United Methodist Church
The five-piece band. fronted
by two award-winning song
writers, combine talents to
produce an edg). passionate,
pop-rock sound over the
framework of solid Christian
lyrics.


.lo.h Bradle', '.' ill bring i' ihc
message during the e. ening He
is a talented comninmunj:ica' r and
teacher \\h toda''- students ik h hLim rr
and passion As a founding
member and \ice-preident..i.t
the student organization. H-20
ministries. Jo,%h cordinaies
student e'ent, in the souiheaqs
Based out oi Green'. ille,
S C., the band members include
Chris Sligh. Joe\ Bradles,
Chad Bo.d. Daniel Peek and


RI"o's, Chapnml.nr
The Bradle', a~ic nephlih,. I I
Tin, Thnomps,...n .'i 5.i.irl e
The band i. .CrrenIl
finishing up IFs deb. auihim in
Najshille The album i: due
','ut betlre spring 20i". C1 )
and T-shirts \'. il bhe I, sale .at
the conLert.
The south h ot FLUNIC' .ill 1 i
selling drinks, hoidogs.. candi,
and T-shirrt
Admission is free A lo'.
offering \ ill be taken


Hampton Elementary School Terrific Kids for January were (back row, I-r) Justin
Kirkland, Keith Yates, Jeannie Trowell, Felicia Foti, Queen Gainey and Becky
Melton. (Front row, I-r) Justice Tussinger, Charley Guiterria, Treavor Gilliam, David
Grady and Ethan Hughes. Terrific Kids is a program that is sponsored by the
Starke Kiwanis Club. Kiwanis meets every Tuesday at noon at Western Steer
Steakhouse in Starke.


SFCC winter recital features two pianos




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On Jan. 30, the Bradford recital series midwinter performance featured Charlene
Francis (I) and Joann Canova dn the piano. Compositions by Bach, Brahms, Grieg and
Handel were included in the repertoire. The recital marks the first anniversary of the
recital series. A Lenten recital is planned for Sunday, March 13.


Fresh Start Fellowship,
7191 N. 21, will have a.recycled
trash and treasure sale Friday, 9
a.m. 4 p.m.; Saturday, 9 a.m.-I
p.m. Saturday $1 bag day.


RJE Alumni planning
committee will meet Saturda
Feb. 12.4 p.m., at Reno
Recreation Center. All


representatives are asked to attend.
For information, call Valaria'
Parks, 964-3809, or Shiiley Ford,
368-0504.


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Our Keystone Store
has moved to our
Starke store.


Lake Butler
145 SW 6th Ave.
496-3079


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BRADFORD HIME REPAIR
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Interior -'Exterior Repairs & Painting
Kitchen Bath Cabinets and Tile
Windows Doors Ceiling Fans Lighting
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Iron Filters & Conditioners

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d we oe c d i 964-6305


Classified Ads where one call does it all! 473-2210
496-2261


Tri-County Classifieds

Bradford Union Clay

Reach over 20,500
Readers Every Week!

INDEX


Notice
Vehicles Accessories
Motor Vehicles
RV's & Campers
Boats
I and for Sale
Real Istate Out of Area
Commercial Property
'Rent. Lease, Sale
Hornes for Sale
Mobile Homes for Sale
For Rent


Lost/Found
Animals & Pets
Yard Sales
Keystone Yard Sales
Wanted
Trade or Swap
For Sale
Building Materials
Personal Services
Secretarial Services
Scriptures
Vacation/Travel


63 Love Lines
64 Business Opportunity
65 Hell) Wanted
66 Investment Opportunity
67 Hunting Land for Rent
68 Rent to Own
69 Food Supplements
70 Self Storage
72 Sporting Goods
73 Farm Equipment
74 Computers & Computer
Accessories


CLASSIFIED DEADLINES

Word Ad Classified Tuesday, 12:00 noon
Classified Display Tuesday, 12:00 noon


To place a Classified


USE YOUR PHONE


964-6305 473-2210 496-2261

NOTICE
Classified Advertising should be paid in advance unless credit has already been
established with the newspaper. A $3.00 service charge will be added to all
billing to cover postage and handling. All ads placed by phone are read back to
the advertiser at the time of placement. However, the classified staff cannot be
held responsible for mistakes in classified advertising taken by phone. The
newspaper reserves the right to correctly classify and edit all copy-or to reject or
cancel any advertisements at any time. Only standard abbrevations will be
accepted.


a tl


131 CC, 35k miles, Excellent Condition,
* ;'.,.-.,;, i. Leather Saddlebags, Custom
Seat, Custom Pipes, Many More Extras, Lots
of Chrome!

$13,500

(904) 964-8786

A MUST SEE RIDE!






for 2BR/1.5BA townhomes.


Heritage Villas Apts.


Call 904-964-6216

For more information.

Handicapped accessible.

Hearing impaired

CALL 800-840-2408

EHO






Commercial space by Starke Post
Office. Has potential for office or retail.
Has carpet, 3 bathrooms, hot water
heater, and water points for nails and
beauty shop. But don't be misled...
could be office space. A/C & heat.

As is $6000 per mo.
Call John for more information
904-964-6305


40
Notice
EQUAL HOUSING OP-
PORTUNITY. All real es-
tate advertising in this
newspaper is subject to
the Federal Fair Housing
Act of 1968 which makes
it illegal to advertise "any
preference, limitation or
discrimination based on
race, color, religion, sex
or national origin, or an
intention to make any
such preference, limita-
tion or discriminationn"
Familial status includes
children under the age of
18 living with parents or
legal custodians, preg-
nant women and people
securing custody of chil-
dren under 18. This
newspaper will not know-
tingly accept any advertis-
ing for real estate which
is in violation of the law.
Our readers are hereby
informed that all dwell-
ings advertised in this
newspaper are available
on an equal opportunity
basis. To complain of dis-
crimination, call HUD toll-
free at 1-800-669-9777,
the foil-free telephone
number for the hearing
impaired is 1-800-927-
9275.
CLASSIFIED ADVERTIS-
ING should be submitted
to the Starke office in writ-
ing & paid-in advance
unless credit has already
been established with
this office. A $3.00 SER-
VICE CHARGE will be
added to all billings to
cover postage & han-
dling. THE CLASSIFIED
STAFF CANNOT BE
HELD RESPONSIBLE
FOR MISTAKES IN
C-LAS S I F I E D
ADVERTISING TAKEN
OVER THE PHONE.
Deadline is Tuesday at
12 noon prior to that
Thursday's publication.
Minimum charge is $6.50
forthe first 20 words, then
20 cents per word there-
after.
41


Auctions
AUCTION


Five (5) 2-bedroom unfurn
apartments. New throughout and \
ready for Feb. 15 occupancy. For
information call John or Ramona a
964-6305.


T.H.E. Apartments

922 E. Brownlee St. Starke, Florida

SNewly Remodeled
2 & 3 Bedrooms Available

Rent is based on Income
Water, Sewer
On-Site Laundry Facility & Play Areas
Office Open: Monday Friday 8:00 to 4:30 p.m.
SCall (904) 964-7133 1
Voce TTY Access 1-800-545-1833, ExL 381 ''o ;


Thursday & Saturday
night, at 6551 NW CR
225, Starke. Starts
7:00pm. AB
M00001542, AU MO
0001153.
BIG ESTATE AUCTION,
Saturday, Feb 12, 2005
at 10:30am. Columbia
County Fairground Bldg.
West HWY 90- Lake City,
FL, (located on Service
Rd behind Office Max).
Contents of 2 local es-
tates constiting of furni-
ture, antiques, fine glass
ware and 100's of col-
lectibles, plus 40yr collec-
tion of Fenton Glass, to
much to list. Visit our
website at www.bag
tiques.com for details and
pictures or call for fax list-
ing of items 386-755-
8644. Auctioneer Ron
Jones #AU371, AB240 R
& LAuction 10% BP. Pre-
view Friday 12-6pm,
saturday 9am til sale.
42
Motor Vehicles
WANTED: CARS AND
trucks, running or not.
Must be complete. $100
and up. Call 904-966-
2995 oi 904-964-2432.
1987 MERCEDES
300SDL, 6cyl turbo die-
sel, grey with tan interior,
high miles, runs great,
chrome rims, good tires,
needs paint and AC work.
Steal it for $3,950. Call
,904-964-4111.
1983 PORSCHE 911,targa
SC, ac, pw, four wheel
'3,:: rj .-i ; rr..; motor
I "- mar. ,45, 02'_, miles),
:..' trantmi??icn run
:,:.Ir i jr ( I:r II .; a1 Ir,I ,-
new b iclT-e t ..ith rear
back ii- l -peF I.', deck,
new dash, front seats. All
needed for complete res-
toration is upholstering of
front two seats. $15,000
negotiable. Call Keith at
352-235-2921.
43
RV's &
Campers,
1902ALI ERO RAY Motor


home 27' class "C" 460
EVERY Ford engine, auto trans,
"ruic" control 6 nnew
in-_: lu1.1 ,*ui F,-' a .r/
good condition. $17,500.
904-964-5645.,
44
Boats
ished 1988 FINELINE Ski Centu-
will be rion Barfoot Warrior.'
More J,-'r, .'- 'T 200hp, gal-
9t 9 04- r,,e,1 I, -,l r. runs great
t 94- handles better. Needs
some elbow grease.
$7,000. Firm Call 904-
r 716-5035.
4R


Land for Sale


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PRETTY, 20.7 acres
cleared lot, fenced on
paved road, 1 acre
stocked fish pond in
Bradford County near
CR229 &. CR235.
$99,000 OBO. Call 904-
608-5239.
PROVIDENCE PROP-
ERTY, 1/2 and 1 acre lots
with well and septic.
Owner finance, 386-754-
6699.
BRADFORD COUNTY, 81
acres of young planted
pines, $1750/acre. Min-
utes from Jacksonville,
Starke and Lawtey, FL.
Corner of CR225 and
225A. ALACHUA
COUNTY, 212 acres,
$1950/acre. North of
Gainesville, off SR340.
(NW 156th Ave) on to NE
,10th St, go about 1/2
miles, look for sign. Tax
#07684-000-000.
C.Coolidge Davis Realty,
352-376-2541.
2 ACRES OF LAND in
Union County off of SR
239-A. Corner lot off of
paved road with septic
tank, stream runs through
middle & rolling hills, ideal
location for someone who
desires access to both
Gainesville and Lake But-
ler. $17,000 per acre.
Please call on weekends
850-499-1447.
1.5 ACRES WITH 1999 ,
20x60 MH, in Bradford
County, well & septic.
Like new, low down pay-
ment, financing available.
Call 386-496-1146.
SALE OR LEASE, 3BR/
2BA doublewide on 2.5
acres, located in
. Worhtington Springs,
386-466-1104, Easy
terms.
46
Real Estate
Out of Area
WE BUY JUNKY HOUSES,
nice ones too. Can close
in under 72 hours. 352-
258-0865 or webuyjunky
houses.com.
47
Commercial


WlANTED


Small or Large Parcels
With or Without
Homes

Call Glen Lourcey
WF 35s2-485-11818


U -~I --


Two (2) commercial spaces. 1400'sq.
ict. ori.Call Streed by RR Track. Cban'e
retail or office space. Will build to
specs for long term lease.
Call 904-964-6305


IF YOU NEED A HOME, CALL US FIRST!
KING OF SALES 6 SERVICE SINCE 1946
A NAME YOU CAN TRUST!
-- -Y


American
SDream
of,\orlthast Florida.lnc.
REA LTORSa

WE HAVE
RENTALS
Apartments,
Homes &
Office space
(904)
964-5424


rruperty
Rent, Lease,
Sale
IDEAL LOCATION! 2800
SOFT building with office,
barn, mini storage, 5
acres, for rent all or part,
off of South 301. Call
904-964-3827 for more
information.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS,
SR21S, OFC/WHSE all
AC, 2500 sq. ft. Call 352-
473-5174 or 352-475-
1713.
48
Homes for Sale









price6 -653 or 904-



FOR SALE BY OWNER: 3/
2 on 16.8 acres in Starke
off of CR225. LR, FP; din-
ing room, family room,
and large rec room. 2577
sq ft of living area. All new
kitchen appliances,
above ground pool, tree
house. $239,000. Call
904-964-6534 or 904-
364-6411.
FOR SALE BY OWNER,
2008 sg ft triple wide,
4BR/3BA. Beauiliuiy
landscaped on a pond,
large workshop, pump
house, 2 acres, priced
below appraisal,
$112,000, buyer pays
closing. Call for
appointment. 352-475-
.3874
WALK TO KEYSTONE
schools, 4BR, 1800 sq ft
home, with 20x40 in
ground pool, porch &
deck, $139,900 Phone
352-475-6260.
INVESTOR SPECIALI-Vic-
torian home on B-2 lot, 2
storV, needs renovation.


Dr~narti Stel it for $69.000. Call~I


Unfurnished 3 BR/1 BA House near
Lake in Lake Butler. City Water, A/C &
Heat, small yard, front & back porch.

$475/mo

1 st & last mo. security deposit
904-964-8602
after 6 pm


(904)

964-5424


THE PERFECT lake home on the area'
finest fishing lake Sampson Lake, 148'
frontage on water. Updated 2BR/1.5BA home,
en well maninmned. $225,000. MIS#210167.


HISTORIC HOME in need of LARGE FOUR BEDROOM. TMO B.FTH
renovation. Great potential, over 5,000 HOME WITH GREAT POTENTIAL.
sq. ft. Owner has made a great start. NEEDS SOME TLC. $64,000.
95000. MIS#206637. MLS#216813.
I *. 6 I. I


I K I U "-~-eL s .
Belsy Jo Minor



Great Investment
t Opportunity
7465 & 7467 SR 21. Three (3) commercial buildings
with 6 tenants on just under an acre.

Beverly Poc nn
S,v.e A.-r 1-n n n


American

SDream
A ", EI" of'Northeist Flor' a Inc:
R E/-i L T~r._ R S~c.


RI.RAL SETTING Alih cin ltnke.
Remodeled 2BR/2BA home on 2/3:acre lot.
New rof, A/C, wiring, plumbing, appliances.
.B- .L_.k na f nl ow hflus n1815Q


6weai1Tor ouuu.alail
.904-964-4111.
FOR SALE OR LEASE by
owner, 1/4 mile from
Starke Golf Course. 3/2,
new roof, tile floors, 1500
sq ft, 19x19 back porch,
fireplace, 3/4 acre lot,
paved street. $115,000,
must sell, make offer.
Call 904-434-5829.













OWNER FINANCE-Brand
new construction, site
built home, large wooded
2/3 acre lot, Keystone
Heights area $1995
down. Call. 352-258-
0865.
49
Mobile Homes
for Sale
FOR SALE BY OWNER,
1997 DW, 3BR/2BA, 2
fenced in acres. Ap-
praised at $61 K, will sell
for $58K. Call 904-612-
6523 or 904-751-2338.
2.7 ACRES, DWMH, in Big
Tree Lakes Subdivision,
3BR/2BA, covered back
deck, fireplace, water pu-
rifier, detached shed,
$70,000. Call 352-473-
8685, leave message.
,OWNER FINANCE 3BR/
2BA doublewide. New
well and septic, 1/3 acre
wooded, lot, Keystone
Heights Area $1495
down. Call 352-258-
0865.
1.5 ACRES WITH 1999,
20x60 MH, in Bradford
County, well & septic.
Like new, low down pay-
ment, financing available.
Call 386-496-1146.


BE REWARDED FOR your
excellent credit, as low as
5.75% on L/H pkgs. Call
John at Sunshine Home
Center 904-964-1817.
INSTANT DISCOUNTS TO
any county, city, state or
federal employee on any
new home's in stock. Call
Lance toll free at 1-866-
964-1817.
USE YOUR TAX REFUND
for a low down payment"
on a land/home pkg. Call.
John at Sunshine Home
Center 904-964-1817.
NO MONEY DOWN! L/H
pkg. New 4BR/2BA, 2001
sq ft furnished only $596
a month. Call Ed at 904-
964-1817.
WILL SACRIFICE 2Q05 5/
2 FLEETWOOD. 2001
sq ft set-up for $45,500.
Call Mike at 352-376-
1008. Give copy to sales-
man, no fireplace,.glam-
our bath, sliding door or
dormer. Standard carpet.
14X80 USED
FLEETWOOD in good
shape for$8995. Call Kip
at 352-373-5428.
CUSTOMERS DIDN'T
TAKE A 28 WIDE 4/2
Fleetwood that was or-
dered. We will heavily
discount to $29,995.
Mike, 1-352-376-1008.
BIG SALE, 32X80
FLEETWOOD, 4/3 with
living room, den and ac-
tivity room. Set up and
delivery for only $54,900.
SCall Mike at 1-352-378-
6024.
BRAND NEW 14X70
FLEETWOOD, 2/2 or 3/
2 with warranty for only
$22,995. Call Mike at 1-
352-375-3408..
BRAND NEW 16X80
FLEETWOOD 3/2 for
only $26,995 fob. Call
Mike at 1-352-376-1008.
MUST SEE 2005 MODEL
32 WIDE Fleetwood
never titled, all warranties
apply. Includes setup for
$39,995: Ask for Mike at
1-352-378-6024.
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ruary, BR or 2BR apart-
ments, downtown Starke,
upstairs, newly reno-
vated. New carpet, fresh
paint, CH/A. $480 per
month,lst and last, plus
security deposit. Call for
details and an application
904-964-6305 ask for
Ramona.
GREAT FOR RETIREES
young couple, or singles.
2BR/1BA block home,
fireplace, CH/A, washer
& dryer, fridge & stove,
carport, utility room,
fenced on 1 full acre.
Lawn maintenance in-
cluded. Clay Electric: 2
adult and 1 child max.. No
pets! 3.1 miles from 301
on SR 100 east (towards
Keystone).Available mid
February. $650 per
month plus security de-
posit. For information
please call. 904-966-
0631, if no answer leave
message.
DOUBLEWIDE Mobile
Home, fully remodeled,
kitchen fully equipped, 1/
2 mile from Lake Santa
Fe in a country setting.
For more info call 352-
473-3728, ask for Cathy.
NICE CLEAN Mobile
Home, $425 a month. 1st
and last months rent and
cleaning fee. No pets.
Responsible mature
couple. Call 904-964-
3595.
FURNISHED ROOMS
FOR RENT! COMPLETE
with CH/A, cable pro-
vided, all utilities paid!
Central location. Ideal for
senior citizens with 10%
discount on first months
rent for senior citizens.
Rooms with private bath,
$95 $105/wk. Room
without bath, $80. Laun-
dry facilities available.
Close to churches,
stores, downtown shop-
ping, theatre, and more!
See Manager at the Mag-
nolia Hotel, across from
the Starke Post Office.
964-4303.
WE HAVE 2 OR 3 bedroom
MH, clean, close to
prison, ideal for small
family or couples. Call
352-468-1323.
UNFURNISHED homes lo-
cated in Worthington
Springs. 1, 2, & 3 BR/
2BA, well maintained,
pool, club house, quiet
and clean. $300 to $660/
per mth. 386-496-2777.
GREAT LOCATION, quaint
2 story, 1BR/1BA home.
$295/mth, 1st, last, lease,
deposit. 1 person, no
pets..Call 904-964-3579.
SOUTHERN VILLAS OF
Starke Apts. Looking for
applicants. 1& 2 BR HC
& non HC apartments.
Central ac/heat, on site
laundry, playground, pri-
vate and quiet atmo-
sphere. Located on
SR16,1001 Southern Vil-
las Drie Starke Fr or
| i~t1,'64.96 4 7295. TDD/i
.TPTY711. Equal Housing
Opportunity.
3BR/1BA, FARM house
style, nice neighborhood,
$500/mth, 1st, last, lease,
security. No pets. Single
family restients only. Call
904-964-3579.
FOR RENT- 1 month free
with deposit, 2 & 3BR's.
water included, fenced


yard, no pets. Call 386- City Bank on Monday,
496-3067 678-438-6828 January 31,2005. Please
or 678-438-2865 call 904-964-6934 or
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, 352281-6974
Mobile Home Park, on 52
SR 100. Large 2BR/2BA, Animals & Pets
great condition, no pets 3 DYH AMAZON carrots
$475/mth. 3BR/2BA, 3 DYH AMAZON parrots,
$465/mth. Both mobile six months old, $700
homes plus utilities and each. 4 Mule indian
security. Small RV 1 per- green ring parrots $150
yson, $70 a week plus each.call386-867-0214.
son, $70 a week plus HORSE GRAY GELDING
electric. Call Rick @ 352- HORSE GRAY GELDING.
473-3569. 8yrs, pro trained, nice,
2 BEDROOM, CH/A, big $1000. Bay stud pony,
screened porch, outside $250. Payments okay.
storage building with Call nights. 904-964-
washerand dryer outlets. GOA'S FOR SALE, 3/4
Nice lot, electric gate en- GOATS FOR SALE, 3/4
trance. No pets or chil- Boer Billy, three big nan-
dren under 12. Call 386- nies, 3 nanny kids & 1
431-1200. billy kid. 904-964-8401.
KEYSTONE HOUSE and GOATS FOR SALE Call
MH for rent, newly reno- 352-468-2544 or 352-
vated, 2BR, CH/A, $575 318-3952 leave mes-
and $475 monthly. Re- sage.
sponsible adults only,
limit 2 persons, possible f
discount, no pets. 352-
473-5214.
KEYSTONE AREA, 2BR/ Dog Grooming
1BA SW Newly remod-
eled $350 month and Pickup &
$200 security. Call 352- 'Delivery Service
478-2697 or 352-258-
0865. Pet Setting
HUGE 2BR/2BA ON 2/3 of
an acre, $395 per month. Call anytime & leave
Call 352-478-2697 message
or352-258-0865
RENT-TO-OWN Brand new 352-478-1190
construction, site built
home, 3BR/2BA, large or
wooded 2/3 acre lot; Key- 352-478-2590
stone Heights area.
$1995 down. Call 352-
258-0865. 53
RENT-TO-OWN 3BR/2BA Yard Sales
doublewide. New well LETS MAKE A DEAL, for
and septic, 1/3 acre the next 2 weeks a
wooded lot, Keystone Grandma's Attic. Our final
Heights Area $1495 Grandma'sAttic. Our final
wn.Heights Area $14958- days, all will go. Beds,
0865. cribs, dressers, china
RENT-TO-OWN 2BR/2BA closets, coffee tables,
singlewide 2/3 acre nice 76 yr old coffee table
ngwooded t, Keystone with end tables, enter-
woodA lt,0 Keyst tainment center table &
Heights Area $995 down. tainment center table &
Call 352-258-0865. chairs, record player, ra-
3 BEDROOM SWMH near dios, sleep sofa, upright
RMC, no pets, Call after freezer, frdges, TV's over
4RMC, ts, Call aft9er9 200 items of children
4pm. Call 386-496-2599.
IN STARKE, 3BR/1BA CH/ and adult clothes, nice
A, tile floors, 2 car car- dress gowns. New Walt
A, tile floors, 2 car car- Disney things, bumper
port, washer& dryer, stor- pool table, metal file cabi-
age. shed, quiet, safe net, 18,000 BTU AC win-
neighborhood, close to dw unit. 3/10 of a mile
schools. $700 nh, dow unit.; 3/10 of a mile
schools. $700 onth, st, past Norman's Produce
last, and $200 security on 301. 904-964-9138.
deposit. No pets. Call HUGE YARD SALE.
386-698-4635 or 386- 2MLES SOUTH OF
586-8042. MILES SOUTH OF
586-8042.
4BR/2BA ON 5 ACRES Starke, on 301 look for
with barn andfish pond, signs. Lots of clothes,
porch, patio, wahser& very cheap, some free.
dryer hookups. Located Lots of toys, stuffed ani-
n Graham. Outside pets mals, knick knacks, fuml-
in Graham. Outsd ture Everything must go,
possible.' $650 month. very cheap. Saturday
Call 352-468-2168 or very cheap. Saturday
352-328-4323. 7am to?
LIKE NEW, 3BR/2BA YARD SALE, FRIDAY, 9am
LIKE NEW, 3B/2BA, mo-
bile home. $500 mth, 1st, til? Lawtey Community

DWMH FR RENT, 3 BR/ HUGE MULTI-FAMILY yard
DWMH FOR RENT, 3B sale. Clothes, home de-
2BA, sound system, cor, kitchen items, fumi-
alarm, completely refur- cure, Fh e rary 10,
bished. $600.mth,-,st,.. 8am to 3pm. 11261 NW.
last, and $300 security. CR 225 (Bayless High-
6223-'C0l-UmniaStreet, ~,.PWa between SR100'
Highrdge Estalesin Key- adn SR16
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Lost/Found clothes and toys, some
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TV Shop & Beauty Shop Auction

Friday, Feb. 11, 2005 7:00 p.m.
325 Commercial Circle, Keystone Heights, FL 32656

The TV Shop is the auction that was cancelled Sat., Jan. 22, in Gainesville. The
BeautyShop was moved here from South, FL.
There jre appro.im.iniel. 40 TVs that have been repaired and in working condition.
There is cerm size. rhape & model to include 27" Zenith, 25" Emerson VCR/TV, 32"
RCA Home Theater just to name 3. Signal generator, 10stack CD player, new electrical
fixtures, several VCRs, 2 JVC computer controlled stereo receivers, new TV repair
parts, tools, signal generator/video analyzer, NTSC signal generator, Cerwin Vagas
speakers, microwave, Hot Point mini-fridge, steel desk, brand new microfiche, water
cooler, B&D bench grinder, pipe benders, hand truck, organizer drawers, wood & steel
shelving, work benches, fold-up cot, lawn chairs, bookcases, Sanyo cash register,
several 4 four-drawer.file cabinets, copier & stand, office chairs, end table, older fax
machine, phones, 8', 6', & 5' wood stepladders, organizer drawers, lots of new
electrical boxes, 2 new power pole boxes & meter bases, pipe benders, PVC conduit,
plus more not listed.
Beauty Shop: 4 styling chairs, free standing hooded dryer, teal chairs, massage table,
mirrors, rolling cars,'2 Rubbermaid storage cabinets, Ig. Redkin display stand, couch,
changeable A-frame signs, bakers rack, metal & glass vanity, paraffin machine, towels,
Redkin color gels & fusion, perfume display, antique salon tools, foot spa, color bottles
& brushes, floor lamps, floor fans, 2 wood chairs w/foot stools, Nomadic massage
mats, wall cabinets, new blow dryers, newcurling brush/irons, silk plants & lots more
not listed.
15 1/2 ft. Boat w/frontend steering & trailer.
Food & Sodas available.
Announcements night of auction have precedence over all advertising.
Terms of.apction: Cash or check w/ID. Visa, MasterCard or Debit. 12% Buyer's Premium
plus tax, 2% BP discount w/cash or check.
Auction by KEYSTONE AUCTION SERVICE
AB#1648, Col. Ken IIitchell, AU #2225
5500 SE 3rd Ave., Keystone Heights, FL 32656
Call for information (352) 473-9008


of Griffis Loop.
BIG YARD SALE, things all
over the yard and shed.
Saturday only! 8am to
5pm. Take SR100 to
SR121 in Lake Butler,
turn left at Hardees, go 7
miles to 2nd road right
past Clyatt Well Drilling,
look for the store sign.
Thousand of items 386-
496-2643.
ESTATE SALE, February
11 & 12,9am to 5pm. 213
N Church Street, Starke.
Excellent clean items!
Antique Johnson out-
board motor, lawn
mower, bikes, art pottery,
Bendix stereo, singer
sewing machine. More!
Henredon dining set, two
Drexel bedroom suites.
Over 200 fishing items:
lures, rods, reels. Cedar
chests, sofa, wing chairs
& more. By Estate Sales
Services, 352-377-7000.
Tax collected, dealers re-
sale cert., no early birds.
YARD SALE, Thursday, Fri-
day & Saturday, 8am to
4pm. 7891 SW CR 225,
green trailer behind
doublewide. Look for
signs.
YARD SALE, Friday, Satur-
day & Sunday, 9am to
4pm. 16 west, right next
to the Citgo station. Mov-
ing sale with antiques.
BIG YARD SALE, Pratt
Street Rec Center, West
off of 301 .at Corbetts
Tires. Saturday 8am til ?
MOVING SALE, Friday &
Saturday, 8am to 5pm.
4867 NW 219th St.
Lawtey, off of CR225.
SEverything is negotiable.
Bedroom suite, lawn trac-
tor, table, toys and more.
UNDERWOOD MOTEL
selling house furnishings,
beds, desks, dressers,
clothes, some of every-
thing. Saruraay only


10am to 1pm. Call 904-
964-8933 leave mes-
sage.
54
Keystone Yard
Sales
EVERY SATURDAY,
JANUARY 29 thru March
,5, 9am til ?. 2 Boats,
moped, treadmill, exer-
cise equipment, com-
puter with desk & chair, 3
pc wet bar, hutch, table &
chairs, 3 color TV's, 5
glass showcases, Christ-
mas villages, porcelain
dolls, 7 pc brass dresser
set, outside furniture and
many misc items. Lake
Geneva off of SR 100 on
6th St. Look for signs.
GARAGE SALE Friday &
Saturday, 8am to 2pm.
6547 Kings Road, Key-
stone Heights.
MOVING SALE, Saturday
8am to noon. Furniture,
clothes and plenty of
other items. 6664
Bedford Oak Drive, right
off Immokalee Rd. 352-
473-8106.
55
Wanted
DEMONSTRATORS
NEEDED, Home and
Garden Party is a home
decorating accessory
business, that provides
unlimited income poten-
tial thru commissioned


based selling at home
parties. It isa ground floor
opportunity that can
make your dreams come
true. Join us who are suc-
cessful and loving our
job. For info and interview
call 352-473-3144.
57
For Sale
ELECTRIC WHEEL chair/
joy stick, indoor/outdoor.
Like new. Cost $4700
new, sell for $1000. Call
904-964-6534 or 904-
364-6411.
KENMORE WASHER and
dryer, new type $100 and
up each, electric stove,
written guarantee, free
local delivery. For ap-
pointments, call 904-964-
8801.
BED-QUEEN orthopedic
Pillowtop mattress and
box. Name brand, new in
plastic, with warranty.
Can deliver. Sacrifice
$140. call 352-372-8588.
BED-KING SIZE Pillowtop
mattress and boxspring
with manufactures war-
rarity. Brand new still in
plastic. Can deliver. Sell
for $200. Call 352-372-
7490.
BEDROOM SET 7 piece
Gorgeous cherry queen/
king bed, dresser, mirror,
2 nightstands, chest
available, dovetail con-
struction. New still in
boxes. Retail $5200, sac-


Five (5) 2-bedroom unfurnished
apartments. New throughout and will
be ready for Feb. 15 occupancy. Fqr
more information call John or Ramona
904-964-6305


rifice for $1400. 352-377-
9846.
DINING ROOM SUITE-
beautiful cherry table, 6
chippendale chairs and
lighted hutch and buffet.
Brand new still boxed.
Can deliver. Retail
$5800, sacrifice $1100.
352-377-9846.
MATTRESS TWIN sets
$89, full sets $129,
Queen sets $159, King
sets $189. Mattress Fac-
tory, 441 East Brownlee
St. Carpets also- large
room size pieces. Save a
lot. Cash and carry. Call
Soniaat352-473-7173 or
904-964-3888.
PILLOW TOP MATTRESS
sale. You can save on
national brands. Shop
first then compare. Full
pillowtop sets $299,
queen pillowtop sets
$399, King $499.
Memory foam sets as on
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Call 352-473-7173 or
904-964-3888.
GLASS BROWN wicker
table, 4 chairs with roll
around casters. $400,
three years old looks
new. Call 352-485-2412
REAL CHERRY WOOD
tables with glass, 2-end
tables, 1-coffee table, 1
sofa table, all for $400 .
Three years old. Call
352-485-2412.
DRIVEWAY MATERIALS,
hauling spreading.
Bradford Limerock Sales,
904-782-3172 or 904-
609-9126 cell #.
BLACK POWDER RIFLE
CVA Kentucky (Percus-
sion) .45 caliber. 1:66
round ball twist, good
condition, $150. Call 904-
964-9662 leave mes-
sage.
BED LIFT, ADJUSTABLE
BED, box spring and mat-
tress, electric wheel chair!


ltn, trapeze, 3 new leathne
van seats, lots of children
and ladies clothes. Call
368-0432.
STERNS & FOSTER
pillowtop mattress.$300.
Magnetic mattress pad
$400. Craftsman adjust-
able bed $300. ALL
queen size and'OBO.
Call 352-473-0036.
HARDWOOD FLOORING,
quality, prefinished, engi-
neered. Oaks, bamboo,
'maple. Greta prices! Ex-
pert installation. 1-800-
314-6291 www.the
woodfloorgirl.com
RADIAL ARM SAW 10"
blade, table, like new
condition $100. Crafts-
man band sale like new
condition $200. Call 352-
473-0457.
LOVE SEAT & couch $50.
Box spring and mattress
$20, dressers and stands
$15. Call 904-964-6770
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FULL SIZE TRUCK dia-
mond plate tool box,
good condition. $100.
Call 386-496-2882.
58
Child/Adult
HomeCare
ARE YOU LOOKING FOR
a warm, nurturing envr-
ronment where your child
gets the attention he/she
deserves? I provide
quality childcare in my
home on 9 acres off
SR16 East of Starke.
Experienced. Lunch and
snacks provided. Occa-
sional local field trips.
Reasonable rates. Call
904-964-6516 for info.
59
Personal
Services
CONCRETE WORK, drive-
ways, sidewalks, slabs.
Free Estimates. Call 904-
964-3827.
BRADFORD HOME repair
and painting. Painting
and home repair special-
ist, license #477. Free
estimates. Call 904-966-
2024.
CLARK FOUNDATION
REPAIRS, INC. Correc-
tion of termite & water-
damaged wood & sills.
Leveling & raising
Houses/Bldgs. Pier'Re-
placement & alignment.
Free Estimates: Danny
(Buddy) Clark, (904)-284-
2333 or 1-800-288-0633.
CHAIN LINK FENCE Free
estimates. Handyman
Fence Co., owner
Tommy Reddish, 904-
964-8559.
PRESSURE WASHING,
CLC home exterior clean-
ing. Roofs, siding, decks,
driveways, sidewalks.
Free estimates, call
Curtis, 904-964-4940.
FLORIDA CREDIT UNION
has money to lend for
M.H, & land packages. 1-
800-284-1144.
GASTRON'S TREE SER-
VICE, INC. Fully insured,
serving all of North Cen-
tral Florida. Call toll free
(866)378-5801.
CUSTOM CUTS Lawn &
Landscape, customized
lawn care, sod, trimming,.
landscape design. Rea-
sonable rates, free esti-
mates. Commercial &
residential. Licensed and
insured.. Call 386-496-
2820, if no answer please
leave message.
ULTIMATE MAID SER-
VICE, deep house clean-
ing. Call for February
specials 904-964-8740.
COMPANION. CHRISTIAN
lady will provide compas-
.sionate care for your
loved one, light house-
keeping, outings, and er-
rands. Call Janna at 904-
966-0532.



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TIRED OF hardwater stains
& heavy cleaning? 2004
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2 yrs of cleaning supplies.
Paid $7000 asking
$4000. OBO. Call 904-
782-3207.
COMPUTER HELP, Hard-
ware/software, virus/.
spyware removal. Any
problems solved, home
business, house calls.
Call 352-473-4375.
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Scriptures
THANK YOU ST. JUDE for
prayers answered. O
Holy St. Juse apostle &
martyr great in virtue &
rich miracle neat kinsman
of Jesus Christ. Faithful
intercessor of all who in-
voke your special patron-
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I have recourse for the
depth of my heart & hum-
bly beg of whom God ha
given real great power to
come to my assistance.
Help me in' my present
urgent petition. In return
I promise to make your
name known & cause it
to be invoked. Say 3 Our
Fathers, 3 Hail Marys &
Glories. Publication must
be promised. St. Jude
pray for us all who invoke
your name. Amen.
D.M.B.

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Vacation/Travel
HORSESHOE BEACH
Rentals on canal. House
and dock accommodates
up to 3 boats, sleeps 8.
Full kitchen, private.
$125/day. Additional apt
rental with 55' dock, fish
cleaning station, sleeps
6, half-kitchen. $85/day:
Additional rentals. Call
Tina at 352-498-5768.
64
Business
Opportunity
TIRED OF JUST GETTING
BUY? Start a second in-
come,with an internet
business from home. Our
business has helped
many just like you. Risk
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a free computer. Call 1-
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layout experience. Join
our team as we build the
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Emergency Management Director
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emergencies.
The minimum qualifications include a
Bachelpr of Science or Bachelor of
Arts degree in a related field and four
(4) years progressively responsible
experience in position related to dis-
aster preparedness. Six (6) years of
progressively responsible emergency
management experience may be sub-
stituted for two (2) years of college.
The substituted experience must
have taken place within the last ten
(10) years. Salary range is negotiable
commensurate with experience, with
an established range of $27,500.to
$37,500 per annum, together with an
attractive benefits package.
Applications and resumes may be
turned in or mailed to Clerk of the
Court, P. O. Drawer B, 945 N. Temple
Avenue, Starke, FL 32091. The dead-
line for accepting applications is
Wednesday, March 9, 2005 at 4:00
p.m. Applications and job description
forms are available at the Clerk of the
Court's Office located in the Bradford
County Courthouse, The
Alachua/Bradford Career Center, 609
North Orange Street, Rrh. 09-19,
Starke, FL 32091-2434 or via the
county website at www.bradford-co-
fla.org. The county reserves the'right
to reject any and all applications
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER.


BECK OF STARKE IS
looking fora part time lot
porter. Apply in person at
Beck of Starke, 904-964-
3200.
SITEWORK CONSTRUC-
TION labors, experi-
enced, heavy equipment
operators, motorgrader
operators, lowboy drivers
and dump truck drivers
needed Immediately!
DFWP with benefits,
Andrews Paving, Inc.
386-462-1115.
WANTED: BUS DRIVERS,
Bradford County School
Board will train. CDL Bus
Class begins 03/07/2005
-03/24/2005, Monday
thru Thursday. If inter-
ested call L. Smith at 904-
966-6735.
TIRED OF COMMUTING
to Gainesville or Jack-
sonville? Professional
Environmental Consult-
ant seeks a parttime of-
fice assistant. Must have
word processing experi-
ence, organizational
skills, document prepara-
tion, and some knowl-
edge of excel and ac-
counting software re-
quired. Flexible working
hours required. Pleasant
work environment. Salary
based on experience,
($10 to $13/hr). Typing
test will be required.
Please fax or send re-
sume to: AASI, 106 Am-
bient Airway, Starke, Fl
32091. 904-964-6675.
DENTAL ASSISTANT: with
expanded duty skills
needed for fee for service
practice. Must be ener-
getic, caring, profes-
sional, and dependable.
Confidential. Fax 904-
964-8135.
STAFF PERSON NEEDED
to work with disabled
people in home and in
community. Must be able
to pass background
screening. HS diploma &
1 year experience. Call
904-966-2100.
.MILK TRUCK DRIVERS
needed for sub branch in
Starke, Class B-CDL re-
quired, experience not
required. 401K, insur-
ance, 7 paid holidays.
Applications available at
Bradford Telegraph, 131
W Call St., return to
same.
AVON INDEPENDENT
Sales Representative.
Always hiring Free train-
ing and group support,
eam extra income. Start
Today, $15 total invest-
ment. Call 904-964-8851.


CARE GIVER -2 years ex-
perience working with
elderly or disabled cli-
ents. 2 or 3 days per
week. Su-EI's Retire-
ment Home, Hampton.
Phone 352-468-2619.
TRUSS BUILDERS. 1st
and 2nd shifts. Apply in
person, Mon or Fri. 1005
Bunker Ave, Green Cove
Springs, 904-284-1110.
Benefits after 90 days.
HAIR DRESSER or barber
wanted at O'Hair. Call
Laura at 888-535-3446.
ORANGEWOOD Apart-
ments, Starke, Fl. Man-
ager position, 32 hours a
week with benefits. Need
management, office,
computer and people
skills. Drug-free work-
place, must have valid
Drivers License & trans-
portation. Some travel
required. Applications are
available at 801 S Water
St or 1001 Southern Vil-
las Drive, Starke, Fl.
Equal Opportunity Em-
ployer.
20 IMMEDIATE POSI-
TIONS for truss produc-
tions available in Green
Cove Springs. Apply in
person at 1005 Bunker
Ave, Green Cove
Springs. Call the jobline
at 904-448-2345 for more
info.
SALES OPPORTUNITY.
For retail advertisement,
for print media. Ideal job
for retired person who
has experience in sales.
Salary and commissions.
Send Resume to P.O.
Drawer A, Starke, FI
32091
$1380 WEEKLY guaran-
teedl Stuff envelopes.
FT/PT no experience
necessary. For more in-
formation call 386-462-
9301.
DISCOVER HOW ANY-
ONE can eam $25, $50,
even $100 or more in as
little as 2-3 minutes per
day taking easy "No-
Brainer" surveys! Start
today! http://click
bank.net/?countrymom/
sponline:.
SHEET METAL SHOP ac-
cepting applications for
experienced and entry
level positions, 2nd shift.
DFWP. Call 352-473-
4984.
LAUNDRY/MAINTE-
NANCE position. Super-
vise, coordinate daily pro-
duction and.provide pre-
ventive maintenance in
dry cleaning plant. Must
have valid DL, excellent
attendance & punctuality


Granger Lumber

Green Cove Springs Truss Plant
Apply in Person:

Job line 904-448-2345

Class "A" CDL Drivers

Truss Builders


S Clariant
Clariant Life Science Molecules,
a manufacturer of specialty fine
chemicals is looking for trainees
for chemical operator positions.
Qualified candidates will
possess the following:

Mechanical Aptituch
Basic HS Math & Readingskills, GED
Willingness to work outdoors
Ability to work nightsand weekends
Willingness to leam complex processes and
operate successfully in a team-based environment.

Starting salary is $12.08/ hour plus overtime
opportunities.

Contact or come to the Alachua/Bradford Career
Center to apply at 4800 SW 13th St., Gainesville, FL
or 352-955-2245. EOE, DFWP


record. Applications at
New Method, 311 N
Temple, Starke. NO
PHONE CALLS
NEED DETAIL Oriented
sub-division roadway
maintenance crew for a
company specializing in
erosion control. Fax re-
sume to 904-275-3292 or
call 904-275-4960. EOE.
BABYSITTER WANTED,
hours vary, may consider
mature, high school stu-
dent in Southside El-
ementary School district.
Call 904-964-8616.
LIVE IN PERSONAL assis-
tant, must be free to
travel, must have refer-
ences. Good salary. Call
386-752-6811 leave mes-
sage.
SURVEYOR RODMAN
needed. Experience
helpful but not required.
Call 904-964-6708. ,
HELP WANTED- Mobile
home set up crew, expe-
rienced only. Call 352-
258-0865.
HELP WANTED- Construc-
tion Contractor and sub-
contractors several open-
ings in various areas of
building (framing, finish,
roofing, concrete/block,
plumbing, electrical & sid-
ing) must have experi-
ence in one or more of
construction phases, own


tools and transportation.
Call 352-258-0865.
DRIVERS- ARE YOU get-
ting a pay raise in 2005?
Roehl drivers are! Van
drivers- up to .39 plus
bonus. Flatbed drivers-
up to.41 plus bonus, plus
tarp. Up to $2,000 sign on
bonus. Students wel-
come. Class A required.
EOE. Call Roehl, "The
take home more, be
home more carrier." 800-
6 2 6 4 9 1 5.
www.GoRoehl.com.
LOVEIN & LEARNING
Childcare Center in
Brooker wil be accepting
applications for a teach-
ers assistant. Salary de-
pends on experience and
credentials. Call Denise
at 352-485-1550.
HIRING EXPERIENCED,
mature person for home
repairs, must have own
transportation & tools.
Call 904-966-2024.
OUTSIDE FIELD REPS
start today $18 to $25 an
hour, management
opportunities, will train,
evening hours and trans-
portation required. Call 1-
800-644-2822 ext 4015.
DRIVER, NEEDED FOR
Lowboy, Class A CDL re-
quired. Fax resume to
904-275-3292 or call
904-275-4960. EOE.


APARTMENT MAINTENANCE

Are you a person with many skills -
carpentry, basic plumbing? Looking
for a career with regular schedules,
vacations, holidays paid, no lay-offs?
If you have the general experience
needed for apartment maintenance,
send resume to:

Dimension One Management
7865 Southside Blvd.
Jacksonville, FL 32256
Fax: 904-642-0972 EOE

'-Positions available in several ara&".
of FL and GA.


HEAVY EQUIPMENT
OPERATOR
TRAINING FOR
EMPLOY MENT










Bulldozers, Backhoes,
Loaders, Dump Trucks,
Graders, Scrapers,
Excavators
Next Class: Feb 14'"
-National Certification
-Financial Assistance
-Job Placement in your area
800-383-7364
Associated Training Services
www.atsn-schools.com


WAL*MART

ALWAYS LOW PRICES












Wal-Mart Distribution Center in.


Macclenny, FL is now accepting


applications for Order Fillers/


Selectors/ Material Handlers!








Please apply in person at:

2686 Commerce Road

Macclenny, FL


Call 904-653-4000 ext. 5099 for directions.


RECEPTIONIST/ dental
assistant, experience in
dental field with insur-
ance, full time. Call 352-
"473-0707.
DAIRY FARM LABORERS,
Hardworking dependable
transportation, shift work,
holidays & weekends.
For more information call
David Armstrong 386-
462-1016.
REDD TEAM MANUFAC-
TURING, a Division of
Alcoa, located in Key-
stone Heights, has imme-
diate openings for Welder
level 2 and Welder level
3. Salary;$10.30 -$11.07/
hr. A welding test will be
given to determine com-
petency and level. A high
school diploma or GED is
required. We have an
excellent flexible benefits
package effective the first
date and growth poten-
tial. Hours 7:00am to
3:30pm, Monday thru Fri-
day with possible over-
time. A pre-placement
drug screen/physical are
required. Candidates
must pass a background
check. Apply in person
8am to 5pm, 6599 State
Road 21 North, Keystone
Heights, FI. No phone
calls.

KEYSTONE
Land Clearing LLC

StumpRemoale
* FreshCleadnI


INSTALLERS, TRAFFIC
signals, signs, clean
Class B or D, travel week-
ends. DFWP, EOE. Call
800-939-7111.
SALES PERSON NEEDED
at Sunshine Home Cen-
ter, Hwy 301 N, Starke.
Apply in person, see
Lance or Greg.
GOT A JOBI I can get you
in a new manufactured
home Easy terms! Call
Lance at 904-964-1462.
FOR FIRST United Meth-
odist Church, nursery
worker needed for Sun-
day mromings & Wednes-
day evenings, must be
punctual and depend-
able. Call 904-964-6864
-ask for Lorrie Alien.
CNA 24-40 WK, flexible.
One position, rate nego-
tiable. Apply Penney Re-
tirement Community,
904-284-8200 or 800-
638-3138. Drug free work
place and EOE.
DRIVER/HELPER, shop
and field helper, one-ton
truck driver towing utility
trailer over Eastern US to
assit field technicians col-
lecting pollution samples
from smoke stacks. Can-
not be afraid of heights,
some heavy lifting, work
outdoors, climb stairs and


ladders. Frequent travel
and overtime require.
Work in the shop when
not in the field. Pass drug
screen. Contact: Ambient
Air Services, Inc. 904-
964-8440 Starke, Fl.
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT, Court Administra-
tion, Digital Court Re-
porter -#7725 Starting
salary: $30,435/annualy.
Closing date: Friday,
February 25, 2005. For
detailed information, visit
our web site at
http:\\www.circuit8.org.
EOE.
FOOD SERVICE supervi-
sor. Position to join cur-
rent management staff of
one director and one su-
pervisor. Prior supervi-
sory or lead cook experi-
ence required. Call
Annette at 904-284-
8529. Apply Penney Re-
tirement Community,
904-284-8200 or 800-
638-3138. Drug free work
place and EOE.
SURVEY/INSTRUMENT/
rod tech needed for busy
construction company.
Construction Layout, to-
tal station and Robotics
expereince required. Call
904-338-7558 or fax re-
sume to 904-964-2916.


We are looking for
exceptional sales and
service oriented
professionals who
truly enjoy working
with people.
We offer an excellent
compensation and
benefits package.
For more information
about available
positions and bei efits.
visit our website.

LAKE BUTLER
Branch Manager
#0661601
Head Teller
#0661603
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STARKE'
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qualified candidates may
apply in confidence via:
Fax:
904-997-0256
E-mail:
ann.haake@
bankmercantile.com
Online:
www.bankmercantile.com
Resumes without a position
number wilt not be considered.
Mercarnle Bank is a
Sdrugree workplace
EO., M/F/D/N


LAKE CITY
COMMUNITY COLLEGE


AVAILABLE POSITIONS
Lake City Community College seeks quality employees who share a
commitment to teaching and learning and developing the potential that lies
within each student, LCCC Is a comprehensive public, two-year college in
North Central Florida serving a district the' size of Rhode Island. Successful
candidates should possess a commitment to serving a culturally diverse
student population;

DEAN, ARTS AND SCIENCES
To begin July 1, 2005 Community College experience preferred.
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, TEACHER
PREPARATION ACADEMY
To begin July 1, 2005 Masters degree w/minimum 6 years in teaching and
leadership positions.
INSTRUCTOR/COORDINATOR,
TEACHER PREPARATION ACADEMY
To begin Fall Term Requires Masters degree with minimum 18 graduate credit
hours in field and teaching experience,
MATHEMATICS INSTRUCTOR
To begin Fall Term Requires Masters degree with minimum 18 graduate credit
hours in field,


Application Deadline: Review of applications will begin April 1, 2005, Persons
interested should provide application, resume and photocopies of transcripts,
Human Resources Development, Lake City Community College, 149 S.E.
College Place, Lake City, FL 32025-2007: Phone (386) 754-4314; FAX (386)
754-4594; E-MAIL: Boettcherg@lakecltycc.edu.

Position details and applications available on WEB at: www.lakecltycc.edu,
Lake City Community College is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of
the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools,

AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY/AFFIRMATIVE ACTION i LcEGE IN
EDUCATION AND EMPLOYMENT VETERAN'S PREFERENCE,


CALL Ny77 .LL






LAnCK CITY

COORDINATOR LAW ENFORCEMENT
Directs, coordinates, supports, schedules and provides instruc-
tion for all basic and advanced training programs offered by the
Law Enforcement Division at'Lake City Community College.
Salary based on experience, plus benefits. Requires Bachelor's
degree. Exemplary experience with Law Enforcement programs
can substitute for final year of degree. Two years teaching
experience.
Deadline for applications, March 10, 2005.
Requires College Application, Resume & Transcripts
Applications available on WEB at: www.lakecitycc.edu
INQUIRIES:
HUMAN RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT
LAKE CITY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
149 SE Vocational Place, Lake City, FL 32025-2007
Phone: 386-754-4314; FAX 386-754-4594
E-MAIL: BOETrCHERG@IKECITYCC.EDU
Lake Caty Community College s accredited by the Commission
on Colleges of theSouthern Association ofColleges ad Schools
AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITYIAFFIRMATIVE ACTION COLLEGE
IN EDUCATION AND EMPLOYMENT
VETERAN'S PREFERENCE








Feb. 10, 2005 TELEGRAPH Page 11A


GYM
Continued from p. 1A


.The recreational
continue once
'g y m n a s i u m


classes will
the new
opens.


SMcReynolds said quite a few of
the cheerleaders from Bradford
and Union counties take
classes, and there will be an
effort to begin a competitive
cheering squad a year or so
after the facility opens and there
is someone on staff who can
lead the program. That should
be followed by a competitive
gymnastics program as well.
McReynolds would also like
to begin a three-day-a-week
physical education program for
home-schooled students and
plans to rent the facility for
birthday and other celebrations
on the weekend.
In addition to a receptionist,
the gymnasium will be staffed
by McReynolds and two to
three other coaches, plus the
competitive cheering coach he
hopes to hire. His wife, once an
instructor with USA
Gymnastics, now owns a
preschool.
Once permitting is complete,
constructionn of the gymnasium
should be complete in four to
.six months.



SIGN
EContinued from p. 1A
of Starke, and the code
enforcement board worked very
|hard to get'an ordinance in
lace to where all the signs
'would conform to the current
regulations,",. Commissioner
Carolyn Wimpy said. "I
understand your concerns and
all, but you have to understand
pur ordinances too. I mean, we
did it for a reason."
SThe.purpose was to improve
"the look of downtown Starke
land 301.
Moses said he could
.understand new regulations
being applied to new
;businesses, but repeated the fact
,that he has been in business
'here for a number of years and
!had no control over the loss of
,the sign.
The planned replacement and
relocation of the sign has
-already cost him $12,000. If
:required to comply with the


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For the faithful, symbols of hope can appear any-
where, particularly in nature. Edna Capehart of
Lawtey found her inspiration following one of last
year's storms when wind and a falling branch
formed a perfect cross in her backyard. For a while
she remained mum, waiting to see who else would
notice. Now that people are finally noticing, she's
taking the opportunity to remind people not to be
so hurried that they forget to take notice of the
inspiration that surrounds them especially the
inspiration that can be found in the natural world.
The symbol has a personal meaning for her. "It
means that we have someone looking over us," she
said.

ordinance, that cost will exceed Starke City Manager Lee
$20,000, he said. Vincent said the ordinance,
"I guess the thing that which was put in place some
frustrates me the most (is that) time ago, was properly
we're not trying to play games advertised and contains specific
here. We're a business that has requirements. He reminded the
been doing business here quite commission it is being sued
a long time. We're trying to over another such situation.
follow the rules. We've "There's more play going on
invested in the community... here than the hurricane hitting
and it was an act of nature that and tearing one sign down," he
created the problem," Moses said, adding that other
said. businesses were similarly


affected. "The ordinance either,
in my opinion, needs to be
enforced or you need to not
enforce it."
The building and zoning
office said it never received the
first correspondence from
Moses, but has heard from him
since and a variance application
for the requested sign is
scheduled to be heard by the
city's board of adjustment at the
end of the month. The board
could grant a variance that
would allow Taco Bell to
replace its sign.

Reach Mark Crawford at
gov@bctelegraph.com or 904-
964-6305.



RIDE
Continued from p. 1A
asked.
While the fire department
incident appears to be an
isolated incident, he said,
"We agreed to a take-home
policy for policemen in the city.
Then all of the sudden it was
five miles out of the city. Now
it's, the whole county. This
thing keeps growing and
growing, and I don't know
where it's going," Futch said.
An officer with his children
in the car might not sue the city
after an accident, but the
officer's e\, ife might, he said.
Commissioner Don Tilley
said" a" citizen could sue
Regardless of a signed waiver.
Vincent said he could see
,ho\w transporting citizens could
f all under the category of
:official business, but was
concerned about family
Members.
"That is my concern. I won't
allow an\ family member in a
cit) vehicle, Vincent said.
Smith said he looks into any
incident of alleged impropriety
with regard to vehicle use and
has yet to confirm such an
incident. The ride-along policy
has not been an issue since he
has been at the police
department, he said, nor at any
other agency he has worked for.
Smith told the commission he
wasn't interested in arguing the
point one way or the other, but
in carrying out the will of the
people he serves.
A wife or husband may
accompany their spouse on the
job to ;et a feel about what the
job : like, and according to


Smith, the wife of officer
Tommy Murrow participated
more often than any other
spouse.
"I guess they're newlyweds,
so it's been more of a thing to
come out and ride. There's
never been any problem with
it," Smith said. "I probably
don't have more than one or
two other wives that ride a
year."
In fact, he said, Murrow's
wife was an independent
witness for the department in
both the accident and in a
separate incident in which a
suspect died in custody. In the
case of the accident, she was
not along for the entire shift.
The two had eaten dinner
together and he was running her
back to the station, Smith said.
He admits, though, that a
girlfriend or boyfriend along for
the ride might appear more
suspect. Each legitimate
participant, however, must file
an application and is screened
before permission is granted to
ride with an officer.
"Someone can raise whatever
issue they want to. I just don't
know what an issue would be.
I've been doing this for a long
time, I just don't know," he
said.
Mayor Carolyn Spooner
asked Vincent to look at the
vehicle policies of other cities.
"It's a perception problem is
what it is," Vincent said. "I may
think you don't have a problem,
but if you think you have a
problem, then we have a
problem."

Reach Mark Crawford at
gov@bctelegraph.com or 904-
964-6305.


Lane closing

on US-301
The southbound outside lane
on U.S. 301 will be closed
beginning Wednesday or
Thursday, Feb. 9 or 10, for
about three weeks (excluding
weekends) to allow work to
progress at the site of the new
Wal-Mart Supercenter.
The lane closure will begin at
8 a.m. and end by 4 p.m. each
day, but these times will be
monitored by the Florida
Department of Transportation.
If traffic backups occur, the
closure time could be changed
to 9 a.m.-to 3 p.m.
The lane closure will allow
the trucks delivering fill dirt to
the work site to be able to
accelerate to a safe speed once
they reenter U.S. 301.
The length of the lane closure
will be about one-quarter mile
long.

Starke to

discuss

strategic

planning
The Starke City Commission
will meet in a workshop on
Friday, Feb. 18, at 9 a.m.
The strategic planning
session, to be held in the
community meeting room at
Capital City Bank on US-301,
will last several hours as
commissioners discuss a variety
of topics. The workshop is
open to the public.


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ABOVE: All five Miss BHS contestants opened the
evening with their own rendition of the alma mater
and a choreographed dance number. (L-R) Brittany
Cooper, Megan Reynolds, Danielle Miller, Lauren
Martin and Sarah Lee Fitzpatrick. CENTER:
Fitzpatrick was first runner-up in the contest and won
several of the individual awards. RIGHT: Danielle
Miller performed a praise song.




Cooper earns


crown in Miss


BHS pageant


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LEFT: Megan Reynolds also won some of the individual
awards. RIGHT: Lauren Martin sang during the talent
portion of the show. BELOW LEFT: Brittany Cooper
takes a bow after singing and playing the piano during
the talent portion of the contest. BELOW RIGHT: Sarah
Lee Fitzpatrick plays the piano during the talent
competition.


By MARCIA MILLER
:Telegraph Staff Writer
Shiereally must have been a
beautiful baby, because Brittany
Cooper was selected as the 2005
Miss BHS Saturday night after
singing the 1930shit "You Must
Have Been a Beautiful Baby"
and playing the piece on the
piano.
She is the daughter of John
and Amanda Cooper of Starke.
She earned .the individual
awards for having the highest
grade point average and for
having the best interview
session with the judges on her
way to achieving the overall
award as Miss BHS.
Cooper is a.member of the
BHS golf and tennis teams and
is member of Alpha Phi Beta,
a campus organization that
focuses on civic service and
encouraging good behavior. She
is vice president.of the National
Honor Society.
Cooper earned the Hugh
O'Brien Youth Leadership
Award in 2004 and was chosen
to participate, in the Clay
Electric Youth Tour. She also
traveled to Germany during the
summer of 2004 with the
German Exchange Student
Program.
After graduation, Cooper said
she plans to attend the
I_'.-., er it, .:.t Fl.--rda and obtain
a degree in health science. She
plans to become a physical
therapist.
Five young ladies competed
for the title of Miss BHS. They
were iudied on grade point
: 'rj-. their responses to an
i,,-..- o',_, qu-r.tii.n. the way they
-ondtedl themselves during an
interview with the judges, their
-. -r : .-s- : t -im.....::e-,. The amount
of, to'rrunit) -rv'ice they
perform and teir appearance.
The other judging areas are
,.-:':lA more .,:'y than
appearance,
Danielle Mier, Lauren
..fi. -;-,, .-,. Reynolds and
Sarah Lee ktzpatrick were the


other contestants in the
pageant that serves as a
fundraiser for the German
Exchange Student Program.
Funds raised in the pageant
help students travel to
Germany for three weeks to
learn about the culture and
history.
First runner-up was
Fitzpatrick, "who played
"Maple Leaf Rag" by Scott
Joplin on the piano during the
talent portion of the contest.
Fitzpatrick earned the.
individual award for best
talent performance. She also
earned the individual award
for having the most hours of
community service.
Fitzpatrick was also presented
with awards for being the most
photogenic and most elegant.
Fitzpatrick is the daughter of
Miyong Fitzpatrick and Joseph
Fitzpatrick. She is vice
president of the Student
Government Association. She is
a member of the National Honor
Society, Fellowship of Christian
Athletes and Alpha Phi Beta.
She is a varsity cheerleader
and has been a member of the
chorus for three years. She also
traveled to Germany with the
exchange program in 2004.
Fitzpatrick said she hopes to
attend the Academy of Arts- i
California to major in fashiQn
design and minor in
photojournalism.
Reynolds is the daughter of
Steve and Brenda Reynolds.
She sang "Hey There" from the
Broadway musical "Pajama
Game". Reynolds earned the
individual award for having the
best essay. Her fellow
contestants also voted her Miss
Congeniality for being helpful
to and supportive of'her co-
cmpcljPsjiL.f_ ---..- .-
Re)nolds is captain of the
BHS flag corps and also served
as an officer in the leadership
unit for the band auxiliary. She
is a member of Alpha Phi Beta
and the National Honor Society.
She has been a member of the


chorus for several years.
Reynolds is doing pre-college
work -in--the criminal justice
field and plans to attend a four-
year college after graduation.
Miller, the daughter of Wendy
Miller, sang the praise song
"Always Be My Home" for her
talent. Performance.
She has been a member of the
chorus for three years and is a
member of the Tornado
marching band. She is also an
officer and section leader in the
leadership structure of the band.
Miller is a member of the
National Honor: Society.- She
plans to attend the University of
Central Florida in Orlando. Her
major area of study is undecided
but she plans to minor in music.
Martin is the daughter of
Bobby and Pamela Martin. She
sang the 1950s hit, "L-O-V-E"
by Nat King Cole during the
talent portion of the contest..,
Martin has been in the chorus
for three years and has been
very active in student
government, holding positions'
as historian, class vie.president- -
and class senator. She is a
varsity cheerleader and a
member of the National Honor
Society.
Martin plans to attend Santa
Fe Community College and the
University of Florida. Her area
of study is undecided.









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News from Bradford County, Union County and the Lake Region area




Possible land use study draws fire from KH citizens


By MARCIA MILLER
Telegraph Staff Writer

A group of Keystone area
citizens asked Florida Rep. Joe
Pickens and Clay County
commissioners Christy
Fitzgerald and Glenn Lassiter
to listen to their concerns
regarding a joint land use
study that may or mayint-be- -
accomplished for Camp
Blanding.
The three officials and staff
members met with citizens at
Keystone City Hall Jan. 31.
Fitzgerald, the commissioner
previously directly concerned
with the issue, provided some
preliminary information and
then left the meeting so that
the Sunshine Law would not
be broken by her presence in
the meeting at the same time as
Lassiter.
Lassiter has now been--
appointed as the commissioner
directly concerned with the
possible land use study and he
entered the meeting after
Fitzgerald left.
A number of Keystone area
citizens seemed very
concerned about how the
proposed land& use study will
ultimately affect their property.
While initial discussions of
the study in December of 2003
had Blanding officials saying
they would eventually like a
three-mile "buffer" zone
established around the military
reservation a zone in which
commercial, industrial and
residential development would
be limited the establishment
of such a zone is not currently
under discussion.
Recently passed legislation
that requires-the- county. to
agree to a land use study, if it
is requested by Blanding,
prompted citizens to call the
meeting Jan. 31. As of that
date, however. no _such study,
had bee;., requestt.ed. b)
Blanding.
Although Blanding officials
in 2003 discussed the study
with officials from both Clay
and Bradford counties, the
military reservation has never
officially requested the study,
said Lassiter.
The legislation also puts a
non-voting Camp Blanding
representative on the boards
that hear requests for changes
to the Bradford and Clay land
use plans.
The legislation does not
address establishing any type
of buffer zone around Camp
Blanding, said Phil Leary,
governmental affairs liaison
for the American Institute of
Certified Planners.
Pickens said he understood
the legislation grew out of a
desire by certain state officials
to limit development around
Eglin and Tyndall Air Force
bases. Commercial and
industrial development has
been occurring very close-to__
the borders of those two bases,
said'Pickens.
The fear .appears to be that
such development will limit
the training activities that can
be carried out on those bases,
making them less vital to the
military and more likely
candidates for future closure.
The legislation does apply to
every. military base in Florida,
however, nrot just those two.
If a study is eventually
requested by Blanding,, Clay
and Bradford would be asked
Sto share 25 percent of the total
cost. The state and federal



Two die in fire
in Lake Butler
Two Lake Butler residents
lost their lives when the
mobile home they occupied
caught fire.
Joyce Randall, 78, and Jerrod
Williams,- -24, were --unable. to
escape from the home when a
fire broke out around noon. A
preliminary investigation
revealed the likely source of the
fire was a kerosene heater that
was too close to a combustible
source.
The single-wide mobile
home the victims were living
in is believed to have been
built sometime in the late
1970s. Doug York of the
Union County Office of
Emergency Management said
mobile homes built in that era
are more susceptible to fires
because of the materials they


were constructed from.


government would pay the
reniaining-75 percent.
The study would be aimed at
designating what kinds of land


uses would be appropriate near
a military camp like Blanding.
For example, establishing too
many cell phone towers could


interfere with communications
*during Blanding training
exercises. Heavy residential
development very close to the


camp's borders would-mean
more citizens would be
disturbed by artillery firing.
While the new legislation


requires counties to cooperate
with the land use study, it doet
See LAND, p. 3B


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Page 2B TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR--B-SECTION Feb. 10, 2005


Lawtey's Trail Ridge


Fest plans expanded


.Les Becker of Lawtey will be leading a parade of Model As in Starke about 10 a.m.
Friday, Feb. 18. If the weather permits, he will be driving this 1930 Model A Station
Vagon. This vehicle was commonly called a "woody" because of the wooden body.
This car has no side or back windows.



Model A Roundup to tour Starke

The First Coast Region Model The group will tour the liked as long as it was black, th
Club is sponsoring a Southeast Andrews Center and then visit Model A came in a variety c
lodel A Roundup Feb. 17-19.. other spots in Starke. After colors.
ni Friday, Feb. 18, the group lunch, the antique cars will drive "Henry's lady" was not onl
vll travel from Orange Park to north on Walnut Street on their new in appearance and perform
arke. way to the WWII Museuim at ance, the car was also new i
iDepending on the weather, Camp Blanding. mechanical design. It incorpc
iwtey resident Les Becker will The first Model A Ford was rated a radically different slidin
lId the tour in either his 1930 built by Henry Ford on Oct. 20, gear transmission, shock
model A station wagon or his 1927. In order to develop the absorbers, twice the horsepowe
130 Tudor Model A. The sta- Model A, Ford stopped produc- and four wheel brakes. Toda
t n wagon has no side or back ing Model Ts, closing his facto- the Model A is one of the auto
ndows and was commonly ries for seven months in order to mobiles mbst.heavily sought fo
known as a "woody" because the develop his new car. This halt restoration.
es and back of the body are translated into a huge loss for the
e of wood. Becker is the Ford Company even though The public was given its firs
e president of the First Coast there was a mammoth demand viewing of the long awaited
gion Model A.Club. .. forth Model A. Model A Ford on Dec. 2, 1927
Upon arriving in Starke Ford was convinced to try The last Model A rolled off the
a und 10 a.m., the cars will adding a little style and comfort line on April 30, 1932, when the
gather along Call Street east of to the Model A, differing a great Model B was announced. B'
tle hospital and then parade past deal from the utilitarian Model that time 4.8 million (4,849,340
cindsor Manor. The parade will T, or "tin lizzy." The Model A Model As had been manufac
ntinue around Southside was designed for beauty, speed, tured. In 1930, the first year o
Sementary School, turn west on quiet, comfort,'safely, economy the Great Depression, the Ford
S-100, take Water Street to and stamina at a low affordable Company sold 42.5 percent o
ll Street and proceed west on price. The 1928 Model A sold all cars and trucks made in the
C11 Street to Walnut Street and for between $385 and $570 United States. The Model A was
pk in the Santa Fe Community depending on body style. Unlike so popular that there was even
Ilege Andrews Center parking the Model T, of which Ford said movement in America to maki
I. you could get any color .you -Henry Ford president.
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When Santa Fe Community
college's 9th' Annual
takespeare Festival kicks off
on Valentine's Day, Monday,
ib. 14. Shakespeare von't be
loe, as much as in lust.
"Shakespeare in Lust" is this
ar's festival theme, and
spires a variety of
rformances dealing with,
Sguably. the most prevalent
I d problematic of the Seven
AJadly Sins.
I Festival performances begin
it noon Monday, Feb. 14 in
Iie Oak Grove on SFCC's
IJorthwest Gainesville Campus
and continue at various
Ications and times throughout
Ipe week.
The festival climaxes with a
aainstage performance at 8
i.m. Saturday, Feb. 19 in the
I-Building Auditorium on the
northwest Campus. All
performances and shows are
ee and open to the public.
"Lust is but a bloody fire"
('The Merry Wives of
indsor," Act 5, Scene 5) is
tis year's festival quote.
SActors from SFCC and the
cWmmunity will select the.hot
spots from Shakespeare's plays
tat illustrate amorous
irsuits, including scenes from
"'Iamlet," "The Taming of the
hrew," "The Merry Wives of
'indsor," "Richard III" and
"Pericles, Prince of Tyre."
Saturday's finale will
e compass all scenes that were
presented during the-week.
As in years past, former
FeCC- student Nolan Carey.-
ill portray Shtakespeare and
serve as the Master of
ceremonies for events.
SSFCC English professor and
festival director Rod Woehler
slid the performances should
npt be missed.
"This year's theme and the
f ct that several members of
tle faculty will be acting in
t r'se lusty scenes makes for a
v ry interesting combination,"
Soehler said. "People have to
se this."
Nine years ago, retired
E iglish Professor Mary Ann
'L nzmayer founded the
S akespeare Festival as a
"t .n and gown" opportunity
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By MARCIA MILLER
Telegraph Staff Writer
The Lawtey -Trail Ridge
festival has been set for
'Saturday and Sunday, June 4-
5, and organizers are' still
looking for vendors and other
participants.
The festival runs from 9 a.m.
to 6 p.m. Saturday and from 11
a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday.
The festival is a part of the
Yulee Railroad Days
celebration, which was named
in honor of David Yulee.
Yulee built a rail line from
Fernandina to Cedar Key -
passing through Lawtey,
Starke, Waldo and other North
Florida cities on the way -
and sparked growth in this
area.
Last year, a drive began to
expand a celebration in Archer
to encompass all the cities on
the path of the Yulee rail line,
called the Florida Railroad.
The city of Lawtey joined in
the celebration last year and
Lawtey Mayor Jimmie Scott
said festival organizers are
hard at work on plans for a


Youth rally
concert set
for Feb. 12
A community youth rally and
concert will be held Sat., Feb.
12, at the Bradford High School
Auditorium.
"Half-Past Forever" is
sponsored by the youth at First
United Methodist Church.
The five-piece band, fronted
by two award-winning song
writers, combine talents to
produce an edgy, passionate,


celebration for 2005. for $5 each as a fundraiser for
The festival will be centered the fire department..
on Park Street in Lawtey (turn Lots of other food will be
west at the traffic light) just off available and a car show is
US-301. -Arts and crafts also being planned for this
yendors are being recruited for year's festival.
the festival now. For an
application, contact Scott.at On Sunday, June 4, Scott
904-782-3477 or call city hill said the day will begin with an
at 904-782-3454, 11 a.m. community-wide
Booths for crafts or artists church service at the pavilion
cost a total of $64.20. Food in the park. The festival itself
vendors will pay a total of will open at noon that day with
$133.75. Make checks payable a return appearance by Steel
to the Lawtey Trail Ridge Country.
Festival. There will be no The Lawtey festival will be
refunds for cancellations, tied into the other festivals
Booths measure 10'-by-10'. being planned in Archer and
Electricity and water are not other cities by a 155-mile bike
provided. Quiet generators are ride. Lawtey will be one stop
allowed, on that trek.
The festival will begin at 9
a.m. on Saturday, June 3, and For more information on the
the Lawtey Volunteer Fire overall celebration that will
Department will sponsor a encompass several cities along
chicken and rice cook-off and. the route, visit
a dessert bake-off at 9:30 a.m. www.yuleerailroaddays.org.
A pageant in which Trail For information on the
Ridge royalty will be crowned Lawtey Trail Ridge Festival,
will occur at 10a.m. call Scott at 904-782-3477 or
Steel Country will perform Lawtey City Hall at 904-782-
on stage at noon and the 3454. You can also reach Scott
chicken and rice from the via e-mail at
contest will be sold for lunches jlscott@atlantic.net.


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teacher who connects with
today's students with humor
and passiofi. As a founding
member and vice-president of
the. student organization, H20
ministries, Josh coordinates
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The youth of FUMC will be
selling drinks, hotdogs, candy
and T-shirts.
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LAND
Continued from p. 1B
not require counties to
implement any study-
recommended changes to their'
land use plans. Any such
changes would be the decision
of the respective county
commissions (with approval
by the Department of
Community Affairs).
Comments at the citizens'
meeting seemed to indicate
local residents are not so much
worried about the study itself
- they are worried about
changes that might be made to
the land use plans as a result of
the study.
Judge William Wilkes
indicated he felt the study was
a preliminary- action to
Blanding's acquiring more
land from area landowners.
Wliile Blanding has no
imminent domain powers,
Wilkes said changes to the
land use plan prompted by
Blanding could limit the future
uses of th6 surrounding land.
"Our iuure grandchildren ma '
want to use" this'land' for
something other than
agriculture," Wilkes said.
"What if Blanding says they
can't do it?" (Use the land in a
way that is contrary to the
recommendations in the'
study.)
In an earlier meeting.
officials said any future land
acquisition for Blanding would
occur onl) if a landowner ,is
willing to sell. Some of the
citizens pointed out thatxif the
permitted uses of the land
around the base are limited,
landowners might have little
choice but to sell.
S Pickens said there is already
legislation in place that
prohibits the government from
using land use or zoning
changes to render property less
valuable or unusable to the
owners.
Some confusion for the
citizens seemed to stem from a
recent purchase of land by the
state in the vicinity of
Blanding. The land is intended
for use as a nature reserve and
is not actually part of Camp


Blanding property, said
officials.
Sandy McArthur said he was
generally very pro-Guard. "We
have never relied on the
National Guard so heavily as
we do today," he said.
However, McArthur said
since DCA approves or
disapproves changes any
county makes to its land use
plan, he feared this signalled
an increased state control over
the uses that would be allowed
on his property.
"I want my children, 25
years from now to get the
highest and best use out of our
property," he said.
Bill Agricola said he is
concerned that there is
"another agenda" in the
background. He said he thinks
this could be a move by the
Department of Environmental
Protection to limit the use of
land around Blanding so DEP
can purchase conservation


lands for less money.
"I suggest you take DCA
(and DEP) out of the picture
and let this (study) be a Camp
Blanding-Clay County (and
Bradford County) issue," said
-Agricola. He said he would be
more comfortable knowing the
local officials had more full.
control over,the issue.
Leary said he didn't believe
there was any type of hidden
agenda. In fact, he said, the
study could lead to additional
protection for the landowners
as well.
He said the state has been
trying to create' a wildlife
corridor for .years and, the
recent land acquisition is part
of that initiative. It has nothing
to do with the proposed land.
use study, other than the fact
that it happens. to be located
near Camp Blanding, Leary
said.
John Valldejuli said he
feared the state intended to


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"down-zone" his land to the
point where it is worth nothing
more than use as a buffer.
"We're all worried about our
property rights," he said. "I
suggest the county commission
say 'no' to any change that
benefits one landowner over
another."
Pickens reiterated that there
are state laws in place that
protect landowners from
attempts to make their property
less valuable through zoning or
land use regulations.
, Before she left, Fitzgerald
acknowledged that many area
.residents were upset that the
initial meetings in which
Blanding outlined its hopes for
a study, and possibly for a
buffer zone, were not
announced so that the public
could attend although the
media was present.
"I know you feel it was
unfair for them to spring this
on you. The initial .meetings
between Blanding and'the
chamber were kind of behind
the scenes but we're
(counties, chambers,'Blanding)
all working together now with
the citizens," said Fitzgerald.
SPickens said he would do
further research and find out
all he could about the recent
legislation, the proposed land
Use study and how it would
affect the property owners
around Camp. Blanding and
then get back with Clay and
Bradford commissioners and
local property owners.
"I have to study this, but
you're preaching to the choir,"
said Pickens to property
owners who were asking for
diligence in protecting
property rights. He said every
Republican member of the
House would be in favor of'
protecting property rights.
"I don't think there is a
hidden agenda here," said
Pickens.
Jennings Murrhee asked that
landowners in ai three-mile
radius of Blanding be notified'
about any i future meetings
where the issue would be


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Bradford Commissioner John
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Pickens said residents could
call his Palatka office and
voice their opinions on the
issue. That number is 386-312-
2272.
The Ladies Auxiliary of
American Legion Post 56
in Starke will meet monthly on
the second Tuesday at 7:30 p m
at the post home on Edwajrds
Road


The Starke Kiwanis Club and the Kiwanis Club of the Lake Region are co-
sponsoring a golf tournament Friday, March 25, at the Keystone Heights Golfand
Country Club. A full slate of golfers have already signed up for the tournament,
but the organizations are still seeking corporate sponsors. Jones Funeral Home
of Starke and Keystone Heights have signed on as one of the major corporate
sponsors. Owners Steve and Cindy Futch (center) presented a check Feb. 1 to
"Cooter" Bob Kerce of the Starke club and Chris Carson of the Keystone Club.
Any other business that would like to become a corporate sponsor should
contact Kerce at 904-964-7699.


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Located beside Mr. Auto Insurance
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of Starke urges all members .
and past members to attend on
the first and fourth Mondd,
evenings at 7. The lodge i at ,
709 E. Brownlee St. in S'rke
Call 904-964-8474.
Panorama Homeless
Coalition Inc., the se:' ce
provider for Bradford Count. -1
grants, meets the second Thursdai ,
of the month at 6:30 p.m at 625 i
Brownlee St. in Starke. Call 904-
964-6008 'or 1-904-769-i587,
after 7 p.m. Shade Herring is
president.
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NEWS BRIEFS:


Pedestrian
killed at CR-1E
on US-301
A 49-year-old man was kille
Feb. 5 when he was struck by
vehicle as he attempted to cros
US-301 at CR-18.
Marvin Warmus, whos
hometown is unknown, wa
dead at the scene, according t
-Florida Highway Patrc
Trooper W. G. Smith. Warmu
walked into the path of th
southbound 2000 Chevrole
pickup and was struck. Th
crash occurred at 9:21 p.m.
Warmus was transported b)
Archie Tanner Funeral Home tc
Gainesville to the Medica
Examiner's Officer. The deatl
may be alcohol related, Troope
Smith said.
The passenger in the pickup
Rebecca Denson, 16, o
Earleton, was transported tc
Shands at Starke where she was
treated and released, Troope:
Smith said. The driver of the
pickup, Daniel Mattox, 21, o:
Lake Butler, suffered possible
injuries. Both were wearing
seatbelts.
Damage to the vehicle was
$3,000.

Keystone
man charged
with battery
A 22-year-old Keystone
Heights man was arrested Feb
5 for aggravated battery.
Redus Simaul Parks Im was
charged with-- threarening~ te
victim and witnesses while
shaking a metal flashlight,
according to Clay Deputy
Nathan W. Smith. When a
witness attempted to get the
flashlight Parks threatened
them again and he and the
victim began to fight. Parks
struck the victim in the head ar
unknown number of times.
Deputy Smith said. Both Parks
and the victim were intoxicated
during the incident whicl
occurred just after midnight ai
Fun House Billiards on SR-21.
The victim had a laceratior
over his eye, Deputy Smith
said.

Recent
arrests .......
in Bradford,
Clay or Union
Individuals arrested recently
by local law enforcement
officers in Bradford, Clay
(Keystone, Heights area) or
Union County include the
following: :
Clayton Oral Harris, 27, of
Jacksonville was arrested Feb.
6 by Bradford Sgt. Ray White
for possession of cannabis,
possession of controlled
substance and possession of
orug paraphernalia. Harris'
vehicle was stopped for a traffic
infraction. VWhile talking to
him the deputy) detected--a
strong odor of marijuana
jDuring the search a bag of
Marijuana, "roaches", 12 partial
GGZ49 bars (generic for
jXanex) and rolling papers were
I found, Sgt. White said.
I Ronnie Jackson Dyal, 55, 'of
I Lake Butler was arrested Feb. 7
I by Union Deputy Terry
SCranford for burglary and petit
theft. Dyal is charged with
removing a license tag from a
vehicle that was parked in front


of the owner's residence in
Lake Butler. The tag was
recovered in Folston, Ga. on a
vehicle belonging to Dyal,
Deputy Cranford said. Bond
was set at $10,000.
d
a Paul Paulk, 20, of Lake
s Geneva was arrested Jan. 31 by
Starke Officer Matthew Watson
e for retail theft. Paulk is charged
Is with failing to pay $37 for
3 gasoline. He drove from the
l' station' after pumping the
s gasoline, but his vehicle was
e located at the Bradford County
't Courthouse and he was
e questioned. Paulk stated he did
not have enough money to pay
Y for the gas but, $180 was found
o in his possession. A $500
l surety bond was posted for his
h release from custody.
r
Russell Beck, 25, of Starke
Swas arrested Feb. 1 by Starke
Officer Paul King for battery
domestic violence and criminal
Smischief. Beck is charged with
grabbing the victim and
F pushing her. After throwing
objects around inside the
residence, he left. He jumped
g on the hood of. a vehicle and
smashed the windshield. Beck
appeared to be under the
influence of an alcoholic
beverage at the time of the
incident, Officer King said. A
$5,000 surety bond was posted
for his release.
Monte Austin, 18, of Lawtey
e was arrested Feb. 5 by Starke
Sgt. Richard Crews for
domestic battery. -Austin is
s charged with rolling the
- victim's fingers up in a
- window and hitting them, Sgt.
Crews said. His vehicle's tire
S ran over the victim's foot as he
S was leaving, Sgt. Crews said.
, Austin was later located at his
I residence and arrested. A
$10,000 surety bond was
S posted for his release from
S custody.
S Meti Ann Sova, 24, and
J Charles Graham Sova, 60, both
Sof Starke, were arrested Feb. 3
t by Bradford Deputy Robert
Lyons. Charles Sova. reported'
Shis vehicle stolen Jan. 20 and
Named Meri Ann Sova as the
suspect. She, was located and
arrested -for grand theft auto,
Deputy Lyons said; During her
' afres, "Charles -'Sova1 i
.... ith the officer and refused tI'
stop and leave the area. He was
charged with opposing an
officer resisting without
violence. He was released after
a $1,000 surety bond was


posted. Meri Sova remains in
custody with bond set at
$5,000.

David Scott Magruder, 21, of
Melrose was arrested Feb. 4 by
Sgt. Crews for possession of
cannabis and drug
paraphernalia. A $2,000 surety
bond was posted for his release
from custody.
Justin Clayton Todd, 28, of
Lake Butler was arrested Feb. 2
by Deputy Cranford for
aggravated battery and criminal
mischief. During a physical
confrontation Feb. 1 Todd is
charged with biting the victim,
twisting her toes and hitting
her in the mouth. Following
the incident Todd left the
residence and kicked, the front.
fender of a vehicle, causing a
dent, Deputy Cranford said.
Todd turned himself in at the
jail Feb. 2 and was arrested.
Alan Lloyd ;s, 55, of
Middleburg was a ested Feb. 5
by Sgt. Crews for possession
of cocaine and cannabis,
prescription medication without
prescription and possession of
drug parpahernalia. Bond was
set at $20,000.
Lloyd Mitch Williams, 54,
of Lake Butler was arrested
Feb. 6 by Union Deputy
Donnie Jones for disorderly
intoxication. Williams was
unable to identify himself when
questioned by deputies at a
local convenience store. He was
extremely intoxicated and was
placed in custody for his safety
and the safety of others, Deputy
Jones said.
Paul J. Waters, 26, of
Jacksonville was arrested Feb.
7 by Officer King on a warrant
from Seminole County for
failure to appear resisting arrest
without violence. During the
warrant arrest the officer found
a baggie of cocaine in Waters'
motel room. He was
additionally charged with
possession of cocaine. Bond
was set at $1,000 on the
warrant charge.
Richard Perry, 22, of Starke
was arrested Feb. 1 by Bradford
Sgt. Danny Wolfe f6r violation
pf..,.. prpxbation, ,sale .. and
possession of cocaine
Christopher Brander, 20, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Feb. 7 by Clay deputies on a
warrant for failure to appear.


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Patricia Woodard, 31, of
Lake Butler was arrested Feb. 7
by parole officers for violation
of community control grand
theft motor vehicle (three
counts).
Regina Denise Bass, 41, of
Lake Butler was arrested Feb. 7
by Union Sgt. Raymond
Shuford for violation of
probation with no bond.
SHorace Joseph Jenkins Jr.,
36, of Lake Butler was arrested
Feb. 6 by Union Deputy Willie
Lee for failure to pay child
support from Columbia
County. Bond was set at
$5,000.
Kenny Goodwin, 45, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Feb. 1 by Bradford Deputy
J.W. Bridges on a warrant for
failure to appear violation of
probation worthless check.
Bond was set at $4,000.
Ulysees Hill, 37 of Lake
Butler was arrested Feb. 1 by
Sgt. Shuford on a warrant for
failure to appear (three counts).
Total bond was set at $13,000.
Donald Johnson, 37, of Lake
Butler was arrested Feb. 2 by
Starke Officer Jason Crosby on
a warrant from Alachua County
for violation of probation sale
of cocaine. He was transported
to Alachua.
Regina Denise Bass, 41, of
Lake Butler was arrested Feb. 7
by Sgt. Shuford on a warrant
for violation of probation with
no bond.
Tuindra Octovia Wanton, 19,
of Melrose was arrested Feb. 5
by Starke Officer Danny Brown
for failure to appear petit theft.
A $2,000 surety bond was
posted for her release from
custody.

Capress Ross, 41, of Starke
was arrested Feb. 5 by Starke
Officer Keith Parker for failure
to appear worthless checks. He
was released after a $2,503
surety bond was posted.
Samantha Bennett, 32, of
Jacksonville aas arrested Feb
7 by Officer King on a.,Clay
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Steven Webb, 40, of Athens,
Ga. was arrested Feb. 5 by
Starke Officer Michelle Tarrant
for driving under the influence
(DUI). Police were notified of a
drunken driver leaving a local
motel.. The vehicle was seen
travelling in the wrong lane on
US-301, Officer Tarrant said.
When the vehicle turned onto
SR-16 and stopped, the officer.
questioned the driver, who
smelled strongly of alcohol. A
bottle of vodka was found in
the vehicle. Webb failed testing
and was placed under arrest. His
blood-alcohol level was .25
percent, Officer Tarrant said. A
$3,000 surety bond was posted
Feb. 6 for his release from
custody.
Michael James Massey, 22,
of Starke was arrested Feb. 5
by Officer Parker for driving
while license suspended or
revoked (DWLS) and
possession of cannabis. He was
released after a $2,000 surety
bond was posted.


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was posted for his release from
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Ronald Newman, 18,. of
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Starke Officer Mark Lowery for
no valid driver's license second
offense. A $2,500 surety bond
was posted for his release.
George Robert Jackson, 25,
of Maeclenny was arrested Feb.
4 by Lawtey Officer J.W.
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Feb. 10, 2005 TCLeGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR--B-SECTION Page 5B


I FROM THE COURTHOUSE
L


January
circuit
court finals
Appearing before Circuit
Judge David A. Giant in
Bradford Court Jan. 25, the
following defendants received
final disposition in their cases:
Richard Wayne Mikell
admitted vic action of probation
grand theft;, -obation revoked,
one year one .ay Department of
Corrections (DOC) with 38
days crec it for time served.
Jennif Lynn Curtis
admitted violation of
community control child abuse;
community control revoked, 18
months county jail with 76
ii.\s credit.
.Keith Perry pled no contest
to burglary of structure (lesser
included offense); five years
DOC with 258 days credit.
Lynn Lydell Glover pled no
contest fleeing and attempting
to elude and felony driving
while license suspended or
revoked (DWLS) habitual
offender revocation; 180 days
county jail with 14 days credit.
Alton James Boles admitted
violation of probation
possession of more than 20
grams of cannabis; 10 days
county jail, $100 to DOC
probation.
Patti Sue Williams admitted
violation of probation grand
theft and false verification of
ownership to pawn shop; 240
days county jail with 66 days
credit.
Archie Eznack pled no
contest grand iheft auto,
burg.ar. of structure and grand
thfit. 22 days county jail with
22 days credit, court costs
reduced to civil ijudg;eni
Br .: Archer ,e- no contest
sale and possession of a
controlled substance; $396
court costs, iniestigati\e costs
-:,ep.h Brian Kelley pled no
contest -:sgir, i:'of con'eyance
(six counts); two years drug
offender probation, one year
probation,- $70 restitution,
$396 -court costs.
Jerry Ray Cornwall Jr.
admitted violation of probation
illegal killing, possession or
capture of alligator, burglary ot
structure, grand theft (three
Icounti); 18 months DOC with
179 days credit, restitution
reduced to civil judgment.
Christopher Gibbs pled no
contest possession of cocaine,
cannabis, controlled substance
(lesser included offense); ,12
months county jail, $417
restitution.
Horace E. Jenkins found
guilty trafficking in cocaine;
two years probation, $306
court costs.
Dallas Brown pled no contest
DWLS, possession of
cannabis; three years probation,
$396 court costs.
Arthur L. DeSue pled no
contest grand theft: two years
probation. $396 court costs,
52.100 restitution to victim.
Jacob Sylvester Henderson
pled no contest felony DWLS
habitual offender revocation;
two years probation,. $396
court- costs.
Scott A. Suits pled, no
contest grand theft; two years
probation, $396 court costs,
$6.500 restitution.
Vance N. Ste\ enson found in
violation of probation grand "
theft; 30 days county jail,
$1,592 restitution reduced to
civil judgment.


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contest carjacking, grand theft
auto and battery; five yeafs
DOC with 332 days credit,
$392 court costs.
Alejanro R. Fowler pled no
contest attempted first degree
murder and attempted armed
robbery; 20 years DOC with
691 days credit to run
concurrent with any sentence
now serving.
Teresa Goolsby pled no
contest dealing in stolen
property (eight counts); four
years probation, restitution, no
contact with victim.

County court
finals in
Bradford
Appearing before Judge
Johnny Hobbs in Bradford
traffic misdemeanor court Jan.
25 for arraignment the
following defendants received
final disposition in their cases:
Micah R. Bowden pled no
contest driving while license
suspended or revoked (DWLS);
six months probation, obtain
valid license, $171.25 court
costs.
Jason Edward Chadwick pled
guilty attaching tag not
assigned, DWLS; six months
probation, obtain valid license,
fined $197.50.
Rickey E. Gainey found
guilty issuing worthless check;
12 months probation, $171.25
court costs, pay restitution,
$80 to the state.
. Melissa A. Antolik pled no
contest issuing worthless
checks; 12 months probation,
$81.02 and $60.95 restitution,
$197.50 fine.
Carlos Joe Hernandez pled
guilty DWLS and attaching tag
not assigned; six months
probation, obtain valid license
and registration, $197.50 fine.
Lorraine P. Johnson pled
guilty issuing worthless
checks; 12 months probation,
fined $197.50, restitution
$142.32 and $135.
Pretrial conference
Michele M. Zerla pled no
contest driving under the


influence (DUI); 12 months
probation, fined $1,345, license
suspended six months, DUI
school, drug and alcohol
evaluation, two years Ignition
Interlock, urine, blood, breath
testing, 60 days county jail
with two days credit.
Jeffrey Paul Gaudette pled no
contest possession of
paraphernalia for storage; 12
months probation, drug and
alcohol evaluation, 50 hours
community service, $297:50
fine and court costs.

Jan. 4
Landon Gray Cason pled no
contest DWLS; 12 months Tri
County Probation, obtain valid
license, fine and court costs
$205.. .
Ronda Yvette McGrew pled
no contest failure to return
leased property; $120
restitution to Magic Reels,
$297.50 fine and court costs.
Ronald Eugene Newman Jr.
pled no contest DUI; '12
months Tri County Probatibn,
license suspended six months,
DUI school, drug and alcohol
evaluation, 20 days county jail,
$557.50 fine and court costs,
50 hours community service
work.
Christopher Thomas pled no
contest DWLS; fined $205,
obtain valid license, 12 months
Tri County Probation.-,
Matthew Kevin Thornton
pled no contest disorderly
-conduct; fined $197.50.
Jeremiah Williams pled--no
contest possession of less than
20 grams of cannabis; 12
months Tri County Probation,
drug and alcohol evaluation, 20
days county jail, fined $205.
Pat Devito pled guilty
issuing worthless check;
$171.25 fine. $280 to city, $30
to state attorney.
Bruce Williams pled no
contest issuing worthless
check; $171.25 fine; $263.53'
to Clyde's Tires.
Joshua Bryan Coffman pled
no contest possession of
cannabis, drug paraphernalia;'
50 hours community service
work, 12 months probation,
drug and alcohol evaluation,
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$197.50 fine and court costs.
Kelli Hatcher pled no contest
disorderly conduct; $171.25
fine and court costs.
Julius Irving Johnson pled
guilty DWLS; six months Tri
County Probation, obtain
valid license, $171.25 fine and
court costs.
Chasity N. Jones pled guilty
issuing worthless check: 12
months probation, $171.25
fine and court costs, restitution
$30, $93.43 to Winn Dixie,
$30 state attorney fee.
Rebekah Nicole King pled no
contest DWLS; $171.25 fine
'and court costs, six months
probation, obtain valid license.
Seaborn Chadwick O'Quinn
pled no contest possession of
drug paraphernalia; 50 hours
community service work, 12
months probation, drug and
alcohol evaluation, $247.50
fine and court costs.
Harvey Sessions pled no
contest possession of cannabis,
'drug paraphernalia; 12 months
probation, drug and alcohol
evaluation, 50 hours
community service work,
$247.50 fine and court costs.
Virginia Taylor pled no
contest petit theft; six months
probation, $196.25 fine and
court costs.
Jessie N. Tinsley pled guilty
issuing worthless check; 12
months probation, worthless
check course, $25 state attorney
fee, $247.50 fine and court
costs.
SVashawn Tyson pled .guilty
petit theft; six months
probation, $296.25 fine and
court costs.
Thomas Clifford Wescott
pled no contest possession of
cannabis; 50 hours community
service work, 12 months
probation, drug and alcohol
evaluation, $247.50 fine and
court costs.
David Fredrick Winkles pled
no contest issuing worthless
check; worthless check course,
$447.83 restitution, $196.25
fine and court costs.
Jan. 11
Johnnie D. Bellflower pled
no contest assault; 18 days
county jail with 18 days credit,
no contact with victim, six
.months probation, $557 fine
and court costs.
Harold Eugene Boggs pled
guilty DUI; one year Interlock,
12 months probation,, license
suspended five years, attend
,Advanced DUI school, 30 days
'.count) jail, $200 restitutidh .


urine, blood, breath testing,
$820 fine and court costs.
Jon Booth pled no contest
possession of cannabis; no
contact with victim, $297.50
fine and court costs.
Bruce Bernard Donley pled no
contest fleeing and attempting
to elude; 12 months probation,
attend defensive driving school,
$297.50 fine and court costs.
Valerie Denise Kates pled no
contest violation of driver's
license restrictions; $197.50
fine and court costs.
Michael Robert LaRue pled
no contest possession of drug
paraphernalia; 12 months
probation, drug and alcohol
evaluation, 50 hours
community service work,
$197.50 fine and court costs..
Alvin Bernard Tisdale pled no
contest violation of driver's
license restrictions; $197.50
fine and court costs.

Recent
arrests
in Bradford,
Clay or Union
Alexander Grant, .22, of
Jacksonville was arrested Jan.


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for DWLS. A $5,000 surety
bond was posted for his release
from custody.
Stephen Howe of Starke was
arrested Jan. 31 by Officer King
for DWLS. He was released
from custody after .a $500
surety bond was posted.
Kirwin Houseman, 49, of
Brooker was arrested Feb. 1 by
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recognizance by Judge David
Giant.
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violation of probation DWLS
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Auxiliary serves up bucks for hospital equipment


By CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer

They greet people who enter
the hospital and they lend their
assistance wherever they can,
whether it's sorting linens or
running the cash register in the
cafeteria.
Members of the Shands at
Stai Ke Auxiliary do more than
volt. ,teer work at the hospital,
how tver. They- also raise
money for the hospital and their
recentt efforts resulted in a
:20,000 donation that was used
to purchase equipment for
various departments.
"That's their mission, to help
us here at the hosptial," said
Jeanne Baker, Shands at Starke
administrator. "One of their
missions, in fundraising, is that
all of their dollars go back to
buy something.".
Some of the money was used
to purchase such items as an
ultrasound transducer, a cryo
gun (used to freeze, warts and
lesions, for' example') for
Shands Medical Group and a
fiberoptie scope for the
emergency room which was
requested by Dr. Pete Gianis.
"He was excited about that,"
Baker said, "because that's
about a $5,000 piece of
equipment."
Slideboards, which help
nurses move patients, were also


TV viewers

cautioned
about
electrical
safety
The City of Starke is urging
viewers.of NBC's "Fear Factor"
to respect the serious
consequences that could result
from. mishandling electrical
current.
In the show airing this week,
a stunt takes place with a
utilir substation in the
background, and shows
contestants receiving electric
shocks.
,:The Electrical Safety:
Foundation International
" (ESFI) cautions that it does not-
take-the thousands of volts
present in transmission lines
and utility equipment to result
in death. In the real world.


purchased,' as was Advanced
Cardiac Life Support and
Pediatric Advanced Life
Support training equipment.
Then there were the items
you may not necessarily think
about when it comes to a
hospital's needs, but items it
uses just the same.
"One of the things that we
forever need around here
because we wear them out are
fax machines," Baker said. Two
fax machines were bought for
the operating room and Shands
Medical Group.
Another piece of equipment
the hospital wears out is a food
processor. Baker said the
hospital prepares 50,000 meals
each year, so a new food
processor was purchased for the
food service department, as was
a microwave oven for the
employees.
:Shands Medical Group, with
part of the donation, also
bought televisions for its lobby,
and had 19 prints in patient
exam rooms framed. The prints
were donated by the LUni\erutr
of Florida when Shands
Medical Group opened.
Baker said a paper
shredder-another item that
sees a lot of wear and tear- .'.j
also purchased.
"The Auxiliary volunteers
actually do a lot of our
shredding," Baker said. "It was
one of the Auxiliary members


electricity is a uniquely
unforgiving force that. can 'be
fatal at even "low levels" of
current. Indeed, a fraction of an
amp can stop the heart. The
U.S. Consumer Product Safet[
Commission (CPSC)
estimates that 180 people were
accidentally electrocuted in
1999 in accidents relating to
consumer products, most at
household current. Thousands
more are sent to hospitals with
traumatic injuries that are
disproportionately disfiguring
and disabling.
Utility substations are a
crucial part of the electric
infrastructure, containing.tens
of thousands of volts of
electricity.
"They are not a plaN ground
or an appropriate backdrop foray
reality, TV. show," stated ESFI
Executive Director Michael G.
Clendenin. "Surviving such a
stunt wouldn't show prowess
or toughness, but an incredible


themselves who said, 'Oh, let's
buy them a shredder.'"
Linda Johns, president of the
Shands at Starke Auxiliary, said
the group raises money several
ways. The Auxiliary operates a
gift shop at the hospital and
holds several sales throughout
the year in the Shands at Starke
atrium. The Auxiliary also
operates the concessions booth
in the main building at the
Bradford County Fair each
year.
There are approximately.75
members of the
Auxiliary-almost half of
which are "sustaining"
members, Johns said. Those
members do things to help
benefit the hospital even though
they do not actually work at the
hospital itself.
The rest of the members,
including Johns, volunteer at
the hospital in various
capacities.
"It is a wonderful feeling for
me,'' Johns said. "I have done it
for about 38 years."
Baker said Auxiliary
members put in approximately
22,000 hours of volunteer work
Each year. Whether it's' helping
to get ice and water for'patients
or assisting in medical records,
the Auxiliary members have
been a big help.
"If I was putting people in
'those positions, it would bewell
over $200,000 a year, in
-salaries." Baker said. -


amount of luck." .
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safety information, visit the
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CW2 Charles S. Jones


Charles Jones
FT. HOOD CW2 Charles S.
: Jones. 34. of Ft. Hood, Texas,
formerly of Lawtey and W.
:Helena, Ark., died Friday, Jan.
28, 2005 in Iraq when his OH-
58D helicopter went down in
support of ground troop
operations.
CW2 Jones is survived by: his
wife of 16 years.Deborah Harris
Jones of Helena: three daughters,
Jessica Michelle Jones, Cheryl
Lynn Jones and Tricia Nicole
Jones, all of Helena; a son
Charles Christopher Jones of
Helena.
Services with Full Military
,Honors for CW2 Jones were held
Jon Feb. 7, 2005 at Memphis
Funeral Home on Germantown
Rd. in Bartlett, Tenn.
Memorial contributions may
be made to the Heart O' Texas
Federal Credit Union in Killeen,
,Texas to the account of The
;Jones Children Trust Fund.


Thomas Balkcom
STARKE Thomas Norwood
i Balkcom Jr., 90, of Starke died
"Monday, Feb. 7, 2005, at his
*,residence following an extended
Illness.
Born in Georgetown, Ga. on
',April 1, 1914, Mr. Balkcom
rmo\ed to Starke in 1983 from
,Jacksonville. He was a World
-War II veteran of the U.S. Army
jand was a retired service station
aitteridnrit He was of the Baptist
Mr. Balkcom.is survived by:
2bis wife of 49 years-'Mable
-"Carter" Balkcom of Starke; a
'daughter Patricia -A. Schweitzer
of Raleigh, N.C.; a step-daughter
aocij Busse4Lpfi iWaycross.,_ ...G
sto sons, Thomas..N Balkcom'
I111 of Atlanta and Warren S.
oBalkcom of Washington, D.C.;
Three step-sons, John Kelley of-
aDarien, Ga., Jim Kelley of
iOrange Park and Jack Kelley of
..Jacksonville; two sisters, Annie
.-L Bailey of Macon, Ga., and
-Mayme Lifsey of Augusta, Ga.;
S10 grandchildren, eight great-
Egrandchildren and one great-
7great-grandchild
.A memorial service for Mr.
Balkcom will be held at 11 a.m.
r:on Saturday, Feb. 12, 2005, in
Bailes Hwvy. Baptist Church
\,ith Pastor Leaton Morgan
conducting the services.
SInterment will be at a later date
under the care of Jones Funeral
Home of Starke.

iTheodore Beam
SKIOWA, COLORADO
p Theodore Eugene "Ted" Beam
,died Friday, Jaifin21,2005;.
B Born in Coeburn, Va. on,
March 24, 1922, the son of
SC\ rs Ellsworth and Mary Lillian
S\\ also Beam, Mr. Beam moved
I-with his family to Bradford
* County in the 1940s and
.graduated from Bradford High
SSchool in 1942. He served in the
SUnited States Army Air Corps
during World War-II and was a
Sconiractor, industrial engineer
Sand business man. He was a
member of the Elbert
SPresbyterian Church, president
of Kiowa Lions Club, member of
' National Society of the Sons of
the American Revolution and
-served on the board of Elbert
County Farm Btireau He was a
member of the Albert Pike Lodge
S#303 AF and the Elbert Count\
Historical Society. He had lived
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Beam of San Francisco. Calif..
Richard Beam of Greenville,.
Tenn. and Susan Beam-Ward of.
Overland Park,. Kansas: two.
brothers, Ivan Beam and Robert
Beatyr. both of Jacksonville: two
sisters. Thelma V. Thornton of
Kingsley Lake and Margaret
Braddock of North Port. He was
preceded in death by four sisters.
Lorraine Haddock of Hilliard,
Vivian Addison. Ann Beam and,
Mary Beam.
Funeral services for Mr. Beam
with Full Military and Masonic
Honors were Jan. 25. 2005 in
Kiowa Community Church
Fellowship Hall. Burial followed
in Elizabeth Cemetery.

Gary Brown
STARKE Gary Joe Brown Ji'..
30. of Starke died Thursday, Jan.
27, 2005.
Mvr. Brown is survived by: his
wife Stephanie Brown of
Orlando: a son A'Keem;. three
daughters, Jazzlyn. Tahir, Tahyra
Brown; his father Gary Brown Sr.
of Starke; four sisters, Jacqueline
Brown of Orlando. Tammy
Brown of Tampa, Felicia White
and Tessa Frazier, both of
Daytona Beach; two brothers,
Emery Brown of Daytona Beach
and Jakwon Brown of
Gainesville. He was preceded in
death by his mother Euvenia
Frazier.
Funeral services for Mr. Brown
were Feb. 5, 2005 in New Mount
Mission Baptist Church in
Daytona Beach.

George Capraro
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS George.
Capraro, 49, of Keystone
Heights died Monday, Jan. 31,
2005, in Keystone Heights from
injuries sustained in a vehicle
accident.
Born in New York City on
Dec. 21, 1956, Mr. Capraro was
a member of St. William
Catholic Church.
Mr. Capraro is survived by:
his wife Debra Capraro; three
daughters, Liberty, Brandy and
Amanda; a brother Gary Capraro;
a sister Lisa Cottet and his
parents'Carmine and Nelcky
Capraro.
Memorial services for Mr..
Capraro were Feb.. 6, 2005 at the
residence of Carmine Capraro.
Interment will be at a later date
under the care of Jones Funeral
Home of Keystone Heights.

Dora Hawkins
'"STARKE Dora U. "Ma Ig,"
H'jwkins, lIT4, of Starke'died
Saturday, Feb. 5, 2005, at her
residence following an 'emiended
illness.
Born in Georgia on Nov. 16,
1900, Mrs. Hawkins moved to
Starke from Graham. She was a
homemaker and member of
Ebenezer MNissionarB Baptist
Church in Staike where she was
mother of the church and
Deaconess.
Mrs. Hawkins is suried b.
three daughters, Ida Scott of
Starke. Be\erlN Clark of Daviona
Beach and Lillian \\ilson of
Savannah, Ga : and nian..


grandchildren and great-
grandchildren. She was preceded
in death by her husband Holsey
Hawkins Sr.. a son Holsey
Hawkins Jr. and a daughter Leona
I Imnpkins :
S i.nera s ieri e f t'(or Mrs.
Hawkins % ill be 1 aE-t Ebcii/cl
Baptist Church at 10 a.m. on.
Saturday. Feb. 12. 2005, with
the Rev. James N. Wilcox.
pastor. and the Rev. O.E. Harris.
eulogist conducting the services.
Interment will follow in Odd
Fellow Cemetery under the
direction of Haile Funeral Home'
of Starke.
Visitation will be at he funeral
home chapel on Friday, Feb. I.
2005. with family hour 3-4 p.m.;
friends 4-8 p.m. and at the church
one hour prior to the service.
Family and friends will meet at
residence io form cortege at .10


John King
STARKE John Case King,
31, of Starke died Friday, Feb. 4.
2005. at Shands Jacksonville
following a motorcycle accident.
A lifelong resident of Starkc,
Mr. King was a 1991 graduate' of
Bradford High School and wi,,
employed at Union Correctional
Institution for 12 years as a
sergeant. He was a member of.
Bradford Masonic Lodge #35
F&AM.
.Mr. King is survived by his
parents John "Spiikl" and Si,'ic
King of Starke: a sister Laura
Crawford of Lulu: and several
aunts, uncles, a niece and 'i
nephew.
Funeral services for Mr. King
"were Feb. 8, 2005 at Madison
Street Baptist Church with the
Rev. Jarrod E\erson officiating i
Burial followed in D-al Cemeter)
under the care of Archie Tanner
Funeral Home. ''

Lorraine Haddock
HILLIARD Lorraine Beam
Haddock. of Hilliard died
Saturday, Jan. 22, 2005. ai Life
Care Center of Hilliard. She was a
member of the First Baptist.
Church of Folkston, Easter Star.
the Business and Professional
Women's Club, the Folkston
Garden Club and (he Red Hat
Society of Folkston.
Mrs. Haddock is survived by:
her husband Ed Haddock of
Hilliard; a son Edward Earl
Dubose .of Jacksonville; two


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KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
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Kc%,slonc Heights died Sunday,
Fecl 6. 21105 at Roberl's Care
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Born in Birmingham. Ala. on
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to Keystone Heights in 1979
from Jacksonville. He served in
the United States Army and was
in civil service in the Army for
28 ce.,rs as an aeronautical
engineer. He was a member of
Keystone Heights Christian
Church.
'Mr. Kolbe is survived by: a
son Miles E. Kolbe of
Jackson.ille and one grandson
Miles A Kolbe. He was preceded
in death b h his wife Mary
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uneral xer'ice, for Mr. Kolbe
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Heights with Minister Buddy
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-his ,wife Rose Harris Johnson;
nine children, Stephanie Delaine
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Helen Panter
MCCAYSVILLE, GA. Helen
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Starke, died Friday. Feb. 4,
2005. at Peachtree Christian
Hospice following an extended
illness.
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Co., Ga., Mrs. Panter and her late
husband Rufus Panter owned and
operated Panter's Market in
McCaysville for many years. She
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,Methodist Church.
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mother Bonnie Robinson of
Epworth, Ga.: a brother Frank
Robinson of Epworth; a sister
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daughters, Janie Sullivan of
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Jennifer Prevatt
HOLLISTER -' Jennifer'
Christine Prevatt. 19. of
Hollister died Wednesday, Feb.
2, 2005. at Shands at the
University of Florida from
injuries sustained in a vehicle
accident
.-Bo-no in Gainesville. Miss
Prevatt was a 2003 graduate of
Keystone Heights High School'
and was attending St. Johns
River Community College in
Palatka. She was a member of
First Baptist Church of
Hawthorne.
Miss Prevatt is survived by:
her mother Jackie Rivers of
Newberry; a sister Tiffany
Prevatt of Jacksonville; two
brothers, Wallace Dawkins of
Columbia, S.C. and Kyle John
Matukaitus of Keystone Heights;
her paternal grandmother Thelma
Donaldson of Melrose; and her
paternal grandfather Vernon
Prevatt of Lake City. She was
preceded in death by her father
Barney Clark Prevatt and her
maternal grandparents \kjllace
and Jacqlueline Rivers.
Funeral services for Miss
Prevatt were Feb. 7, 2005 in the
Chapel of Archie Tanner-Funeral
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Frank Williams
YORKTpWN, VA. Lt. Col.
Francis Marion Williams, 87, of
Yorktown, Va. died Monday,
Jan. 31, 2005.
Born October 4, 1917 in
Starke, Lt. Col. Williams entered
the U.S. Army Air Cadet Corps in
1942 and retired from the U.S.
Air Force in 1964 in Sacramento,.
Calif. During his military career,
he flew missions as a'fighter
pilot in both World War II and
Korea. In 1988, he retired from
TRADOC at Ft. Monroe; Va. and
was a member of the American
Legion.
Lt. Col. Williams is survived
by: his wife of 63 years,
Jeannette V. "Jan" Williams; two
sons, Lt. Col. Richard F.
Williams, (USMC Ret.) of
Redlands, Calif. ahd Robert S.
Williams of York County, Va.;
three grandchildren and two
great-grandchildren. He was
preceded in death by his parents,
Thomas Smith Williams and
Mary Smith Williams.
Graveside services for Mr.
Williams will be conducted at 11
a.m. on Wednesday; March 23,
2005, -in Arlington National
Cemetery.
Memorial contributions may
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Society, 895 Middle Ground
Blvd., Suite 154, Newport News,
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Brownlow Randall, 78. of Lake
Butler died Friday, Feb. 4. 2005,
following a fire at her son's
residence.
Born in St. Joseph, Mich.,
Mrs. Randall lived in many areas
before moving to Lake Butler in
1989 from Hollywood. She was a
homemaker and member of
Epiphany Catholic Church of
Lake City.
Mrs. Randall is survived by:
two daughters, Patricia Joyce
Guzman of San Diego, Calif. and
Katherine Louise Pickens of
Norfolk, Va.; five sons, Mark
Randall of Lake Butler, Thomas
James Randall of Puyallup,
Wash., Scott Francis Randall of
Twin Falls, Idaho, James Robert
Randall of Hollywood and Kevin
Lynn Randall of Tacoma, Wash.;
a sister Beverly Smith of San
Diego; 38 grandchildren and 20
great-grandchildren. She was
preceded in death by her husband
James Henry Randall.
Graveside services for Mrs:
Randall were Feb. 9, 2005 at
Sapp Cemetery in Raiford with
Father George Kuruvilla
officiating. Burial followed ufider
the care of Archer Funeral Home
of Lake Butler.

Jerrod Williams
LAKE BUTLER Jerrod Beau
Williams, 24, of Lake Butler died
Friday, Feb. 4, 2005. following
a fire at his residence.
Born in Stuttgart, Ark., Mrs.
Williams lived most of his life in
Lake Butler. He was disabled and
was a member of Epiphany
Catholic Church of Lake City.
Mr. Williams is survived by:
his father and stepmother Mark
and Mary Randall of Lake Butler;
his mother Connie H. Gibson of
Middleburg; six brothers,
Mathew Paul Randall of San
Diego, Calif., Darry Lee Hayes
and Mark Douglas Jr., both of
Lake Butler, Perry Smith of
Columbus, Ohio, Nicholas Smith
of Piketon, Ohio and Rye
Clayton of Middleburg; three
sisters, Sherry Lynn Love of
Lake Butler, Mary Lorraine
Randall and Brittany Lanette
Whitehead, both of Middleburg
and His maternal grandmother
Mary 'Dockery of Tipton, Ind.
Graveside services for Mr.
Williams were Feb. 9, 2005 in
Sapp Cemetery in Raiford with
Father George Kuruvilla
officiating. Burial followed under
the care of Archer Funeral Home
of Lake Butler.


Local woman
elected to
state
Republican
office
At the Florida Republican
Party's annual meeting in
Orlando on Jan. 29, Donna S.
Solze, Bradford County's
Republican State
Committeewoman, was elected
as the new secretary of the
Republican Party of Florida.
Solze has been a dedicated
Republican "grass roots"
worker in Bradford County for
several years, and was the
County Coordinator for the
George W. Bush Campaign.
She currently serves as Bradford
County's State
Committeewoman and as the
Secretary/Treasurer of the
Bradford County Republican
Executive Committee. She
also served as Chairman and
Treasurer of the local Executive
Committee before becoming
our State Committeewoman.
Commenting on the
election, David Dodge,
Chairman of Bradford County's
Executive Committee said
"Donna has been recognized by


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"Assisted Living"

This is devoted to raising public awareness about this model of service for the elderly.

Assisted living represents a combination of housing and personal care services to elderly

individuals who may need assistance. Assisted living fills a need between total

independence and total dependence. Assisted living can deliver care to the elderly in a

more cost-effective way than other elderly'healthcare options. Su-El's Retirement Home

provides this in a homelike setting. Su-El's services are tailored for the individual which

allows a resident to maintain independence vs. support services which allows a person to

age in peace. Su-El's has a variety of senior housing alternates available to address the

varying needs of seniors. This enables a resident to adjust and add to the list of ADL's

without moving to a more institutionalized setting. We also provide Adult day-care for

those times when a small break in routine is necessary. Su-El's is 45 minutes from

Jacksonville; 25 minutes from Gainesville Just 1 mile South on CR 325, Hampton,


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Republicans across this state
for her dedicated service to the
Republican Party. "We are
truly fortunate in Bradford
County to have her as our
State Committeewoman and
appreciate her dedication to our
local Executive Committee.
The Republicans across this
state could not have made a
better choice."


Floridians may
deduct sales
tax this year
As part of a continuing effort
to give Floridians additional tax
relief, Senator Bill Nelson
helped pass legislation last fall
allowing Floridians to deduct
sales taxes from their federal
income taxes.
While taxpayers across the
country are allowed to deduct
their state income taxes from
their federal income taxes,
people who live in states
without an income tax miss out
on this deduction.
Following the costly
hurricane season and the
financial hardships many
Floridians now face, Nelson
worked with other members of
Congress to pass a measure that


gives Floridians and others
living in states with no income
tax the opportunity to deduct;.
sales taxes in liju of. a
deduction for state income
taxes. This move is aimed at
increasing fairness in the tax
code for taxpayers in Florida
and other states that don't have
an income tax.
The legislation, known as the
American Jobs Creation Act of
2004, allows a sales tax-
deduction as an option for those
who itemize their tax returns
during the next two years.
Under this provision, a typical
Florida taxpayer could save
$300 or more.
Taxpayers will indicate by a.
checkbox on line five of
Schedule A which type of tax
they're claiming, and then will
use tables provided by the IRS
to determine how large the
deduction will be. Although the
law is set to expire after 2005,
Nelson is hoping to make the
change permanent.
The IRS has several tables on
its Web site for determining the
amount you can
deduct. For more information,
visit www.irs.gov/pub/irs-
pdf/p600.pdf.


USDA has
home repair
loans, grants
USDA Rural Development
provides very low income or
elderly homeowners with
home repair loans and grants.
The loans have an interest
rate of one percent and can be
made for up to 20 years.

Grants are available to
homeowners who are 62 years
of age or older and are unable.
to pay for any repair work.
Repair loans and grants may
be used to remove health
hazards by repairing roofs,
replacing heating systems,
provide a sanitary water and
waste disposal system, making
the home accessible for
persons with disabilities, etc.

Home improvement loans
may be used to improve or
modernize the home such as
adding a room or remodeling a
kitchen.
For more information, write
to: USDA Rural Development,
260 US 301 North #100,
Baldwin, FL 32234, or call
904-266-0088, ext. 4.


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18 Fla. HS

teams to

compete in

'Lifesmarts'

finals
High school students from
around the stte-witl-eompete-
for the state championship of
"LifeSmarts ... the Ultimate
Consumer Challenge," on
February 21 at the Florida
State Fair in Tampa.
LifeSmarts is.an innovative-
compe[iriio.nThat tests students
on their knowledge of personal
financial management, health
and safety, the environment,
technology 'and
telecommunications, and
consumer rights and
responsibilities. The program
is- designed to encourage
students to think seriously
about important consumer


SFCC joins

Gainesville

chamber to

host seminar
Santa Fe Community
College's Center for Business,
in partnership with the
Gaihesville Area Chamber of
Commerce, is presenting the
International Business
Breakfast Seminar, "Free Trade
is a Myth' on Thursday,
February 17, 2005, at 7:45
a.m., ParamounLPlaza-Hote,--
290--SW 13th St. in
Gaiiiesville.
There is no charge for the
event, which is covered
through a US DOE Business
and International Education
grant.
'T-o RSVP, ca.11
352.395.5896 or email
cbpd@sfcc.edu by Monday,
Feb. 14,
SThe featured presenter is
University of Florida law-
professor Michael Gordon,
counsel for a number of US
companies doing business
worldwide. He has handled
cross' border litigation and
argued international trade issues
in front of the US Supreme
Court.
Gordon' also sitson-the
North. American. Free Trade
Agreement and World Trade
Organization (NAFTA) dispute
panel and is a consultant for
foreign governments
Departments of State and_
Justice.-He-teaches course in.
International Business and
Trade Law, International
Litigation, Comparative Law,
Corporation Law, and Law of
NAFTA.


Cats seem to go on the
principle that it never does
Sany harm to ask for what
you want.
-Joseph Wood Krutch

_.: --


.LEGALS

REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS
CITY OF KEYSTONE
HEIGHTS/KEYSTONE
AIRPARK AUTHORITY
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
sealed REQUEST FOR
PROPOSALS will be received'until
4:00 pmn., Tuesday, Feb. 15, 2005, at
the Keystone. Heights Airpark FBO
Building, 7100 Airport Road, Starke,
FL 3209', lor lfe flo wing.
RFP PROPOSALS FOR
MUr.N1CIPAL ACCOUNTING
RFP's will be opened at4:00 p.m. on
Tuesday, Feb. 15, 2005, or as soon
thereafter possible, at Keystone
Heights Airpark FBO Building, 7100
Airport Road, Starke, FL 32091, in the
presence of the Airpark Clerk and the
Airpark Treasurer and all other
interested persons. -
RFP's ill not be valid unless received
by the deadline Tuesday, Feb. 15,
2005, at 4:00 p.m. and in a sealed
envelope marked "SEALED RFP-
MUNICIPAL ACCOUNTING
SERVICES."'One original RFP and
SIX copies are required. Hand deliver
or mail to: Keystone Airpark-
Authority, 7100 Airport Road,-Starke,
FL 32091.
Call the Airpark Clerk at 352-473-
0031 for specifications or questions.
The City of Keystone
Heights/Keystone Airpark Authority
reserves the right to waive
formalities in any RFP, to to reject .
any or all RFP s with or without
cause, including the lack of
availability of adequateJfundsrand/or
accept the RFP, that, in its judgment,
will be in Ihe best interest of the City


of Keystone Heights/Keystone
Airpark Authority.
A person or affiliate who has been
placed on the convicted vendor list
following a conviction for a public
entity crime maynet-submit aUbifi"-
a contract to provide any-goods-or
services to a public entity, may not
submit a bid on a contract with a
public entity for the construction, or
repair of a public building or public
work, may not submit bids on leases
or real property to a public entity,
may not be awarded or perform work
as a contractor, supplier,
subcontractor or consultant under a
contract with any public entity, and
may not transact business with a
public entity in excess of the
threshold amount provided in Section
287.017, Florida Statutes, for
CATEGORY TWO for a period of 36


issues through a challenging,
game show format.
"High school students spend
billions of dollars each year,
but studies show that many
lack knowledge about
consumer issues," Florida
Agriculture and Consumer
Services Commissioner
Charles H. Bronson said.
"Through the LifeSmarts
program, students learn how to
obtain answers to practical
problems, like buying a car and
insurance, or understanding
credit card interest rates. These
are important skills that will
last a lifetime."
The Florida Department of
Agriculture and Consumer
Services is the state sponsor of
LifeSmarts. The Department is


the state's lead agency for
consumer issues, and regulates
various businesses, such' as
motor vehicle repair shops,
health studios, telemarketers,
business opportunities and
charitable solicitors. It also
operates as the state's
clearinghouse for consumer
complaints and maintains the
state's Consumer Helpline 1-
800-HELPFLA (1-800-435-
7352.)
This is the ninth year for
LifeSmarts in Florida. The
preliminary competition for
students in grades 9 12 was
held _n ationw.ide using- the--
Internet. The Florida online
competition, which ended
January 14, involved more than
40 coaches and o'er 440


students competing to be
among_.Florida's- --8" fiRfalists.-
The Florida state finals will
match the following Florida
teams that excelled during the
Internet competition:
Brooksville FFA, Brooksville,
four teams; Keystone Heights
High. Keystone Heights, three
teams; Lighthouse Credit
Foundation, Largo, three
teams; Wildwood High,
Wildwood, three teams;
Parkway Academy, Miramar,
two teams; Cedar Key School,
Cedar Key; Jacksonville 4 H,
,Jacksonville; and Seminole
-County 4-H,-Sanford --- .
"I encourage everyone to
come out to the Florida State
Fair to support the bright
young people who make it to


the state championship,"
Bronson said. "The fast paced
competition is not only fun to
watch, it is also educational.
Those in the audience will find
themselves learning a few
things about consumer issues
as well."
The state finals in the
LifeSmarts competition will
begin at 9 a.m. on Monday,
Feb. 21, in the Club Pavilion
at the Florida State Fair in
Tampa. To learn more about
the LifeSmarts competition,.
visit http://www.lifesmarts.org
or .contact- -Gwen-- -Worlds,
Florida LifeSmarts coordinator,
at (850) 410-3702. For
information about fair tickets,
call 1-800-345-FAIR or visit
http://www.floridastatefair.com


Last year's state champion
".-~tne'Serninole 4-H club from
Sanford represented Florida
at the national competition
held in Chicago. They
competed against 29 other state
winning teams from across the
United States during the three
day event. This year's national
finals will be held April 16 -
19 in San Francisco.
The national coordinator of
the LifeSmarts competition is
the National Consumers
League. Founded in 1899, the
league is a national non profit
organization that identifies,
protects, represents and
advances the, economic and
social interests of consumers
and workers through education
and advocacy.


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Section C: Thursday, Feb. 10, 2005 Telegaph Times Monitor
i F .. .


Bradford Baptist has been a


'home' for 20 years


By CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer

Bradford Baptist Church in
Starke no longer holds services
in the home of one of its
members as it did when it first
began in 1985, but the church
still has a homey feel to it.
The church, which recently
celebrated its 20th anniversary,
has the slogan, "The church that
feels like home." It was a
sentiment member Ann
Higginbotham, now deceased,
expressed to Pastor Rick
Jackson during her first visit to
the church.
Since then, Jackson has heard
similar statements from visitors
over the years, which is
good-a church should feel like
home, he said.
"We want people to feel
welcome when they come to the
church," Jackson said.
The church began when a
small group of people held a
prayer meeting at Bruce
Jackson's house.


"It kind bf grew from that,"
said charter member Bruce
Scott. "We started having
(meetings) pn a regular basis.
Things just seemed to fall into


place."
The church, with Dave
McLean as its first pastor,
eventually began holding
services at Southside


Elementary School after
'meeting for a couple of months
at Jackson's house. Services
were first held in one of the
classrooms before moving into


the school's cafeteria.
Jesse Moore, who was the
school principal at the time, was
of great assistance to 'the
church, Scott said. He said it


was Moore's idea to move the
services into the cafeteria and
Moore made sure a PA system
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U.S. team
Union County High School
senior Ryan Southwell was one
of 36 members of the silver-
medal United States team that
finished as runner-up to Canada
in the NFL Global Junior IX
Championship game on Feb. 5
in Jacksonville.
Southwell, selected to the
team as a defensive lineman,
participated in three weeks of
practices at The Bolles School
with other players from
northeast Florida. A banquet on
Jan. 31 enabled the U.S. players
to meet the other players in the
tournament from Canada,
France, Japan and Mexico.
"It was a great experience
meeting players from four
different countries and I will
never forget this great
opportunity I had to play
against these countries,"
Southwell said. "Also, it was a
great honor to play under
(Bolles) coach Corky Rogers,
and the other coaches, and to
represent the United States of
America."
A qualifying tournament was
held Feb. 2 to determine the
two championship game
participants. The United States
also lost to Canada in the
qualifying tournament, but was
able to defeat France 19-0,'
Japan 31-0 and then Mexico 21-
0, which propelled the U.S. into
the championship game.
Canada defeated the U.S. 38-
35 to claim the championship.
This was the fifth straight
year the U.S. and Canada,
played each other in the
championship game, with the
U.S. having won the last four.
Southwell said he wanted to
give a "big thank you" to his
family and friends for
supporting him. He also gave
thanks to Union County head
coach Buddy Nobles, for
helping him get selected for the
U.S. roster, and to Union
County Superintendent of
Schools Carlton Faulk for his
support.
The "biggest" thank you,
Southwell said, goes to Marvin
Pritchett.


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HOME
Continued from p. 1C

was set up in the cafeteria prior
to services.
"God used him in a special
way to help other people's
needs," Scott said.
The school, of course, was
only a temporary location.
Members looked at several
buildings for sale in the county
before Scott's wife, Becky, saw
a classified ad in the Telegraph
for a true yard sale-building,
land and all. That led to the
purchase of the church's current
building, which, at the time,
was accessible via Griffis Loop.
The block building had been
a clothing factory, a Moose
lodge and a bingo hall. Most of
the work that had to be done in
the building to ready it for the
church's use was done by
church members. Scott said,
from what he can remember,
the only projects members did
not do were the hanging of dry
wall and the installation of
carpet.
The church eventually looked
into buying a nearby building,
with plans on using it for a
fellowship hall. The building,
which was located on SR-100,
was owned by a bank. The
church made an offer, which
was not accepted.
The building was later put up
for auction, but was not sold.
That prompted the bank to
contact the church, asking its
members if they wanted to
make another offer. The church
wound up purchasing the
building for approximately half
of the original offer it had made
to the bank.
After that acquisition, the
church was able to buy proper\
between the two buildings and
create a driveway between the
two. That also enabled the
church to create an entrance off
of SR-100. That worked out'
well when the church's original
entrance, off of Griffis Loop.
was closed due to the
installation of crossarms at a
railroad crossing.
"God knew that was going to
happen and helped the church
to be ready," Scott said.
Scott or any other member of
the church will tell you God has
blessed the church in man\
ways over the past 2(
years-20 years that has gone
by quickly for Scott. However.
the church's longevity-has not
surprised him.. ... ... ...-
"I never had a doubt v.e
would.: bea-here:,2:0 years," he
said. "It seemed right from the
get-go the Lord blessed us."
In that .20-year span, the
church started ministries at
Madison Hill Retirement Center
in 1994 and at Camp Blanding
in 1996.
"In a three-year period we
probably saw over 100 people
saved out there," Rick Jackson
said of the Camp Blanding
ministry.
The church also holds Bible


BCPop
Warner

registration
under way
Registration for the Bra
,County Pop Wa
Association is currently i
way for both players
cheerleaders. Registration
continue into August.
For more information, p
contact Joe Gordon or Ro
Mosley at (904) 368-0273.


Lawtey
Athletic
Assoc. sign-
ups are Sat.
The Lawtey Ath
Association will be having
additional baseball/sof
sign-up day on Saturday,
12, 10 a.m.-1 p.m. at
Lawtey Recreation Center.
The following age.group
s'gn up: 9-10 minors, I
majors and 13-15 Dixie (
majors).
Registration fees are $5
returning players and $5
new players. New players
have to bring an original
certificate.
For more information, p
call Paul Yowell, preside
the. Lawtey Ath
Association, at (904) 782
or Gene Gowens,
president, at (904) 782-337



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club meetings at Starke
Elementary School on Mondays
at. the conclusion of the school
day and regularly supports 13
missionaries.
"We hear from missionaries
that we're one of their
strongest-supporting churches,"
Jackson said. "Here we are, a
small church, but we're very
mission-minded."
Jackson has been the pastor
of "the church that feels like
home" the past 12 years, but he
had to make a return to his
home before assuming those
duties.
Jackson was born and raised
in Starke, the son of Margaret
and W.T. "Billy" Jackson Sr.,
co-founders of Jackson
Building Supply. He graduated
from Bradford High School,
which is where he was saved.
"An evangelist came and
spoke at Bradford High School
when I was in the ninth grade,"
Jackson said. "As far as I know,
that was the first time I had ever
heard a clear presentation of the
gospel."
Jackson, after graduating
from BHS in 1974, attended
Flagler College in St.
Augustine, where he was
majoring in drama. It was there
where Jackson was called by
God into the ministry.
A future as an actor was no
longer part of the equation.
"Now my sights were not set
on the stage," Jackson said.
"They were set on the pulpit."
It was also at Flagler College
where Jackson met his future
wife, Clydie.
"She had a boyfriend at the
time, so I watched and prayed. I
watched her and prayed he
would go away," Jackson said


Bradford Baptist Church has come a long way since its origin in the house of charter member Bruce Jackson 20
years ago.


with a laugh. "That worked out
pretty good-we married
between our sophomore and
junior years."
Jackson graduated from
Flagler in 1978, then moved to
Tennessee with his wife. He
attended Temple Baptist
Seminary in Chattanooga and
he and his wife both taught at
Tennessee Temple High
School.
Unlike many of his
classmates at Bradford High
School, Jackson said he was not
looking to leave Starke the first
chance he got. However, he had
settled into his home in
Chattanooga, where he and


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Keystone boys win second straight district title


* Indians will host
Episcopal in regional
quarterfinal match
Feb. 10.

By CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer


Practice makes perfect.
The Keystone Heights boys'
soccer team proved that as far
as its coach is concerned after
the Indians defeated Santa Fe 3-
2 on penalty kicks to claim the
District 4-3A championship or
Feb. 4 in Interlachen.
Keystone, which won its
second consecutive district
championship, made all four of
its penalty-kick attempts,
outshooting Santa Fe 4-1. Goal
keeper Michael McLeod made
the Indians' first attempt,
followed by successful attempts
from Kenny Turner, Derek
Tomwall and Keith Wheeler.
Wheeler's attempt actually
was stopped by, the Santa Fe
keeper, but the keeper was
called for a foul for moving off
the line prior to the shot
Wheeler got another attempt


Sean Gillespie moves the
ball upfield for Keystone.
Gille'spie had ah assist in'
the win over Santa Fe.


made a diving save on the
attempt.
The ball bounced to Ram
Roberts, who was in the right
place at the right time, putting it
in the net for the Raiders to tie
the score.
That would be all McLeod
would allow. He stopped one
shot at point-blank range
toward the end of regulation
and actually grabbed the ball
off of the foot of a Santa Fe


player to stop a breakaway
attempt in the second overtime
period.
"He's only a sophomore,"
Lloyd said. "There's going to
be a lot more heard from
Michael McLeod this year and
for years to come."
McLeod and his teammates
made sure there would be more
heard from them this year by
See TITLE, p. 8C


Members of the Keystone Heights boys' soccer team proudly proclaim they're
number one after their 3-2 win over Santa Fe in the District 4-3A championship
match. It was Keystone's second straight district title.


and found the net.
t Keystone head coach Roger
Lloyd, who predicted the
Indians would not miss an
attempt, said his team puts in
plenty of practice on penalty
kicks toward the end of each
season in preparation for the
postseason.
"When we went into penalty
kicks, what did we do? We
made four straight," Lloyd said.
"That's because we've
practiced almost every day over
the last two weeks for this
scenario."
It was a hard-fought, close
match that didn't show how
dominant the Indians (13-5)
have been in district play-they
outscored district opponents 26-
3 during the regular season ard,
with Friday's win, have won 16
straight district matclies over
the past two seasons.
However, Lloyd thinks the
Santa Fe match can do nothing
but help his team.
"I think a lot can be said for
us getting a wake-up call here
and realizing from here on out,
we're playing the best teams in
the state," Lloyd said.
The match came down to
penalty kicks after a Santa Fe
rally ih the second half tied'the
* score (the two teams played two"
scoreless overtime periods
before the penalty-kicks


scenario).
Keystone built a 2-0 lead in
the first half off of goals by
Chad Hapner in the 12t and 27"
minutes. Tornwall and Sean
Gillespie were credited with
assists on those goals.
The two goals gave Hapner
20 in the 12 matches he has
played this season.
"We're always confident that
he's going to get at least one


goal every game," Lloyd said.
Hapner just missed out on
putting the Indians up 3-0 when
his attempt during the last 10
minutes of the half went off the
right post of the goal.
Santa Fe's Yudi Ramirez put
the Raiders on the board when
he scored on a penalty kick in
the 60th minute. Ramirez then
had a good look at the goal in
the 65th minute, but McLeod


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Episcopal ends


KH girls' season


By CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer

The Keystone Heights girls'
soccer team was looking to
advance out of the regional
quarterfinals for just the second
time in school history, but the
Indians were shut out 4-0 by
10"-ranked Episcopal in a


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Region 1-3A quarterfinal match
on Feb. 3 in Jacksonville.
Keystone (15-6-1) fell behind'
quickly as Episcopal's Kalie
Bartholomew and Meagan
Wolfla each scored a goal in the
first five minutes of the match.
Nikki Houser, Keystone's
goal keeper, would go on to
record 16 saves for the Indians,
who failed to advance to the
regional semifinals for the
fourth time in five postseason
appearances. The Indians' only
quarterfinal win occurred in the
2000-01 season when they
defeated Crescent City 7-0.
Episcopal, which improved to
12-10-3, played Pensacola
Catholic (17-2-3) in a regional
-semifinal match on Tuesday.
Santa Fe, which defeated
Keystone for the District 4
championship, also saw its
season come to an end in the
quarterfinals. The Raiders (13-8-
2) were shut out 3-0 by Bolles.
Bolles (12-6-4) played
Arnold (9-10-1)in the regional
semifinals on Tuesday.


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BHS'


By CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer

Justin Forsyth won the 140-
pound class championship at
the Villages Tournament on
Feb. 5 to cap an undefeated
season.
Forsyth improved to 32-0
after pinning the two opponents
he faced in 1:07 and 1:55.
Two of Forsyth's teammates
joined him in the tournament
finals before each settled for
second-place finishes. Richard
Mikell (160-pound class) won
by pins of 2:14 and 3:28 before
losing 9-4 in the finals. William
Splitt (171) won by pins of 4:39
and 3:19 before getting pinned
in 3:11 in the finals.
Charlie Twiford (130), who
started off the tournament by
pinning his opponent in 5:58,
rebounded from a loss and
recorded an 11-1 win in the
consolation finals.
Max Ennis (112) had two
wins-a pin of 1:50 and a 7-1
decision-and Bobby Andrews
(145) had one-a 17-9 decision.
The Tornadoes finished the
regular season with a 12-6
record and will compete in the
District 5-A tournament this
Saturday, Feb..12, at 10 a.m. at
Clay High School in Green


Forsyth caps perfect season


Cove Springs.

Earlier results:

BHS 51 Jackson 22
Forsyth had five teammates
join him in the win column after
head-to-head matchups as the
Tornadoes defeated visiting
Andrew Jackson, which also
forfeited three classes, 51-22 on
Jan. 20.
Tommy Hilliard defeated his
opponent 25-13 to win the 125-
pound class, while the
following Tornadoes recorded
pins: Twiford 5:34, Doug
Baldwin (152) 1:03, Mikell
3:08 and Eric Palmer (275)
2:16.

BHS takes second in
Baker Co. tournament
The Tornadoes, after winning
their first three dual matches,
lost their final match by one
point, leaving them to settle for
being runner-up of a
tournament held at Baker
County High School in Glen St.
Mary on Jan. 28.
Bradford defeated Baker
County, Mariana and Paxon
before losing 36-35 to
Crestview. Six Bradford
wrestlers were credited with


wins against Crestview: Hilliard
by a 1:36 pin, Twiford by a
2:53 pjn, Forsyth by a 13-2
decision. Andrews by a 9-5
decision, Mikell by a 41-second
pin and Splitt by forfeit.
In a 60-18 win over Baker
County to open the tournament,
the following Bradford
wrestlers won their classes:
Ennis (forfeit), Jeremy Agan
(119-pound class, 1:50 pin),
Hilliard (forfeit), Twiford (3:50
pin), Forsyth (forfeit), Andrews
(0:27 pin), Baldwin (1:08 pin),
Mikell (1:32 pin), Splitt (3:30
pin).
Bradford then defeated
Mariana 58-18 after Mariana
forfeited six weight classes.
Ennis, Agan, Hilliard and
Forsyth were the only wrestlers
to actually wrestle, with Ennis,
Hilliard and Forsyth winning.
Ennis defeated his opponent 11-
8 and Hilliard pinned his in
1:17. Forsyth won by an injury
default.
Six Tornado wrestlers pinned
their opponents in Bradford's
57-6 win over Paxon: Ennis
2:29, Forsyth 1:55, Andrews
1:01, Baldwin 1:06, Mikell 0:49
and Splitt 0:44. Josh Oliver won
the 135 class by a score of 11-8.
Agan, Hilliard and Twiford
each won by forfeit.


UC girls struggle in finale


By CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer

It was a chance to enter the
district tournament on a bit of a
roll, but the Union County girls'
basketball team could not win
its second straight game, losing
40-21 to host Trenton to cap the
regular season on Feb. 4.
"We came out flat and pretty
much stayed that way all
game," Union County head
coach Perry Davis said. "It had
been a week since we played
last and we did not shoot or
rebound off the glass very
well."
Amber Franzluebbers scored
eight points for the Tigers and
also had four assists. Amika
Davis had five steals and three
blocks.
TheaTigers played Fort White
in a quarterfinal game of the
District 4-3A tournament,
hosted by Keystone Heights, on
Tuesday. The winner will play
Santa Fe in the semifinals .on
Thursday, Feb. 10, at 6 p.m.
The district championship


game will be played
Feb. 12, at 7:30 p.m.


Score by Quarter
UCHS: 2 5
THS: 9 11


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3 wrestlers take first,
second at Buchholz
Forsyth earned first place and
Twiford and Splitt each earned
second at a tournament hosted
by Buchholz High School in
Gainesville on Feb. 5.
Forsyth won his final match
of the tournament by pinning
his opponent in 5:08.
Ennis and Baldwin each
placed fourth, while Mikell won
by a pin of 1:17 in the finals to
salvage a fifth-place finish.
Bradford began the
tournament with a 55-16 loss to
Palm Harbor. Ennis won by a
pin.of 3:22, Splitt by an injury
default and Twiford and
Forsyth by decisions of 5-2 and
11-2, respectively.
Six-wrestlers took wins in a
47-30 loss to Westport. Forsyth
and Splitt won by pins of 41
seconds and 5:44, respectively,
while. Twiford and Andrews
won by decisions of 11-6 and 9-
8. Baldwin and Mikell each
won by forfeit.
Host Buchholz faced the
Tornadoes and forfeited six
weight classes in Bradford's 66-
12 win. Forsyth made quick
work of his opponent, pinning
him in 11 seconds, while Agan
and Hilliard each won by pins
of 40 seconds. Palmer won by a
pin of 1:03 and Ennis by a pin
of 5:36.
Every Bradford wrestler who
won his class (with the
exception of Baldwin, who won
by forfeit) did so by pinning his
opponent in Bradford's 48-28
win over Eastside. Those results
were: Ennis 5:38, Agan 0:44,
Hilliard (0:36), Twiford (5:27),
Oliver (3:30), Forsyth (1:27)
and Splitt 2:48.


Josh Weaver


Perty earns BHS


sportsman award


Allen Perry earned the
Ronnie Allen Sportsmanship
Award and received the trophy
at the football banquet Jan. 29.
The Ronnie Allen award is
given to the Bradford Tornado
who best exhibits the unselfish
team spirit that was
exemplified by Allen, a former
Bradford player who died in an
accident before he was able to
finish his high school career.
This year. no individual
awards ..etc presented. For
example, the Tornadoes did
not name a top offensive
lineman or running back.
Every team member
contributed to the Tornadoes'
successful season, said Coach
Chad Bankston.


Players who were singled
out for recognition by other
agencies and organizations
were also recognized at the
banquet, however. They were:
Josh Weaver was presented
with the Wendy's High School
Heisman Award.
All-state players named by
the Florida Sportswriters
Association, who included first
team offensive lineman
Weaver, first team utility
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SFins, Fur


and Tales

Stories from the outdoors in Clay, O
S Bradford and Union counties. V


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The ghillie suit...


By JOHN WHITFIELD
Contributing Outdoors Editor
Two necessary ingredients for
an effective ambush are
camouflage and concealment. If
a deer, turkey, hog, or any game
animal, can't see you, your
chances for a harvest drastically
improve.
One very effective way to
hide, blend in and conceal your
position is to use a ghillie suit.
A ghillie suit is a type of
camouflaged clothing which is
an outfit, coat and/or pants or
even a small shawl-like covering
worn by the hunter in an effort to
conceal himself from his quarry
while hunting. Ghillie suits are
available in many sizes, shapes,
colors and configurations, and
they are usually adapted to the
particular terrain being hunted.
For example, in a snowy
environment, the hunter would
choose a suit in various whites
and darks to blend in with the
snow and trees, whereas, here in
Flcrida. we would use more
browns, greens and drab colors.
For a field or pasture, the hunter
would use more grass colors,
like broom straw brown or
fennel green.
The objective
Colors are very important in
concealment and so is the
reflection of light lights and
darks. But there may be one
even more important here.
The human shape.
No, matter what color
something is, it may not attract
attention if it doesn't move.
T-.eref::r.. tbl.9 absolutely still
-er .'- *el'. the hunter. However,
comeu.nmg else can give away
our position... the human shape
or form.
How it works...
The human shape is easy to
identify, especially in a
silhouette in low light
conditions, such as -dusk or
dawn,' when we are usually
hiinc-r,.rg. A good example would
be hc::'. a hunter appears up in a
deer stand, in an area of tall
pines, etc. The human silhouette
would stick out like a cow in
your driveway. From the deer or
turkey's perpecti'e, it is a new
shape that wasn't there before
and it looks like a man.
Goodbye. Deer gone. Turkey
gone. See ya. Game over. We
need to break up our outlines and
to blend in with the woods.
' The ghillie suit does break up
the human pattern and causes the
eyes to see more of a blurred line


at the edges, rather than a human
shape or profile. We can be
concealed from view.
A homemade ghillie...
I decided to make my own
homemade ghillie. Such suits are
almost $200 online and I had
seen enough photos in outdoor
magazines and on the Internet to
have a basic idea of what I
wanted to do. And, yes, I'd seen
those movies on TV where the
good guy sniper gets the bad guy
sniper, both wearing ghillie suits
and all camo'd out.
Here's what I came up with,
for materials: A couple packs of
cotton fish net from the flea
market (measuring about 3'-by-
5' with two-inch mesh), brown
twine, about 10 burlap bags (also
known as towv sacks, jute bags,
croaker sacks, etc.), two bungee
cords, two packs of Rit Dye
(dark green), a wash tub forr
dying, a broom handle to hang
the suit on while assembling and
"sneaky leaves" (artificial leaves
found on the Internet and
attached with a safety pin).
Basically, I just cut out a hole
in the middle of the 3'-by-5' fish
net for my head. I hung this over
the broom handle, horizontally
braced on two ladderback chairs.
I crafted two arm holes along the
line of the broom. Then I cut the
burlap into strips about two feet
long and two or three inches
wide and tied the burlap tLrips
onto the fish nei. starring at the
bottom and working ni, \'V., up
That waN. e% erstmhing
overlapped, like shingle,.
I had dyed about one half t:'
the tow sacks the dark L'reer,
color, which ,ts the closes
thing I could find t-, oli\e drab
This provided a nice contrast
from the bro'an color of the
L rlap and ga'.e the suit a subtle
camouflaged appearj'nce
On the front side. I tied ihe
strips all the v.a, up jnd do,. n.
but on the back side. I simple.
tied on a piece of burlap to c,\er
my back. I-could ha'.e tinihed
out the back ith strips, but it
would have been er\ hej'.\
Besides, I v a pr:babl\ not
going to be crajv.ling on mr
stomach, like in the ni~ e es. sso I
left the back plain
This was the top piece and
when it was clipped o\er rm
head, it hung dur. n almost to nm
knees.
The skirt and hat...
The lower piece was simply
another piece of fish net, crafted
the same way with attached
burlap. I merely wrapped it


By CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer

Four lifters placed first or
second for the Bradford girls'
weightlifting team in a season-
ending three-team meet in
Keystone Heights on Feb. 1.
The Tornadoes (12-3) scored
21 points, finishing behind
Keystone, which won the meet
with 50 points. Ridgeview
scored eight points.
Bradford had thiee lifters ,win
their respective classes: Cassi
Padgett (l10-pound class),
Kelly Leigh (139) and Kayla
Hartsfield (199). Their results
were: Padgett 110-pound bench
press, 130-pound clean and
jerk, 240-pound total; Leigh
130-155-285; Hartsfield 160-
165-325.
Jachael Nichols earned'


runner-up in the 154-pound
class with a 120-pound bench
press and a 130-pound clean
and jerk for a 250-pound total.
Placing third for Bradford
were: Amber Crawford (129)
95&120-215, Amanda Reed
(154) 105-135-240 and
Monisha Perkins (183) 120-
105-225.
Bradford's; three losses this
season came against schools
that fielded substantially more
lifters than the Tornadoes. One
loss was-to a Wakulla team that
outnumbered Bradford 38-14
and the other two were to a
Keystone team that went
undefeated for the eighth
straight season,
Hartsfield Leigh and Padgett
will represent Bradford at the
Florida High School Athletic
Association Finals Saturday,
Feb. 12, at DeLand High
School.


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around my waist
and hooked it
together with the
bungee cords.
This covered me
from the waist
down.
As for the hat. I
took a camo hat r
that came with a
veil and I-attached
a few ,nr.e.,
leaves" to break
up my head
pattern. I like a hat -: .
with a brim to
keep the rain off
my glasses.
It took me about
12 hours to make
this first suit,
about 10 of that
was labor and the
rest researching
and assembling
the materials.
The test... John V
A friend, Brad
Caouette, dropped
by one Saturday afternoon and
we were talking about hunting
and fishing. The kids had a few
friends over for a pool party and
they were all out back having a
fun time.
Brad asked me if I had
finished the ghillie suit and I told
him, "Yes, let's try it out." The
kids were all playing in the pool
and had forgotten about us.
The cast: Victim- Ethan
Crowder, age 14, ninth grader.
Accomplice- Brad Caouette,
Perpetrator- John Whitfield. The
plot: Sneak up on Ethan.
SI put on the ghillie suit and
eased out the back door. Brad
walked on over to the pool and
just stood there watching the
kids. I snuck up to the edge of
the pool, waited until Ethan
looked away, then I stood up
about five feet from him.
Ethan looked over at Brad and
then slowly turned and actually
looked straight at me and kept on
turning his head. He had
apparently seen the "shape" but
didn't see "me."
Then, all of a sudden, his brain
turned on and he hollered out


KH lifters are


undefeated again


Ihitfield in his homemade
ghillie suit.
"Whoa!" and started backing up.
Brad and I both broke up
laughing. We got Ethan and we
got him good. And, guess what?
The ghillie suit worked!
Next up...
Now the next big test is to try
it out on a game animal. I only
wore it once this year, but it was
a great feeling, sneaking along
through the woods with my bow,
stalk hunting, knowing that I
was nearly invisible.
-Invisible, that is, to everything
except those ever-present
Florida mosquitos!
Some things never change.
Buzz. Buzz.
Contact John Whitfield with
your hunting or fishing story at
huntfishwriter@aol.com. You
can turn photos in at the offices
of the Union County Times (150
W Main Street, Lake Butler), the
Lake Region Monitor (SR-21 in
Keystone next to State Farm
Insurance), or the Bradford
County Telegraph (Call Street
next to Santa Fe Community
College Andrews Center).


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of Stan and Patti Crawford of Keystone Heights. They
had a great Christmas visit to Alabama, where they also
hunted and fished together. Jacob harvested the deer
and caught some nice bass. The family caught about 20
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Terri Parrish was not sure if
this season would end as the
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match on Feb. 1 to cap another
undefeated season.
Parrish, Keystone's coach,
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tough year after graduating 15
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up team. Included among those
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record after scoring 50 points to
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Keystone.
Parrish said the key to her
team's continued success is just
a tremendous desire from the


lifters to do their best.
"It's a kind of dedication and
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"These girls work hard every
day."
Keystone had five lifters win
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season-ending meet: Amanda
Wood (101-pound class), Kelly.
Michalos (129), Brenda Ward
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Danielle Hengl (183) and
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290; Hengl 120-140-260;
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Jenah Sapp .(119) 90-85-175,
Angie Mengelson (129) 115-
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Lynch, Sykes

take wins in


Union's I

By CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Two finished in first place
and two finished in second, but
the Union County girls'
weightlifting team could not
close out the season with a win,
losing 46-18 to Columbia on
Feb. 2 in Lake City.
The Tigers' two state-
qualifying lifters won their
classes against Columbia.
Kerrie Lynch won the 119-
pound class with a bench press
of 115 pounds and a clean and
jerk of 110 pounds for a 225-
pound total. Whitney Sykes had
a 10-pound bench press and a
130-pound clean and jerk to
win the 139 class with a 240-
pound total.
.Vanessa Clemons (119-
pound class) and Jami Mobley
(129) each finished as a runner-
up. Clemons had a 110-pound


last meet
bench press and a 105-pound
clean and jerk for a 215-pound
total. Mobley had a 105-pound
bench press and a 105-pound
clean and jerk for a 210-pound
total.
Lana Wise (139) and Shayla
Hollis (unlimited) each took
third place in their classes with
totals of 200 and 290 pounds,
respectively. Wise had a 95-
pound bench press and a 105-
pound clean and jerk. Hollis
had a 160-pound bench press
and a 130-pound clean and jerk.
Nichole Bryant also
competed for the Tigers in the
129-pound class. She had a 95-
pound bench press and a 95-
pound clean and jerk for a 190-
pound total.
The Tigers ended the season
with a 3-2 record.
'Lynch and Sykes will
compete at the Florida High
School Athletic Association
Finals this Saturday, Feb. 12, at
DeLand High School.


UC boys take 18-

point win over KH


By CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Jonathan Alexander and Gary
Smith combined to score 28
points for the Union County
boys' basketball team in a 55-
37 win over district opponent
Keystone Heights on Feb. 1 in
Lake Butler.
The Tigers held a four-point
lead at the half, but increased
that margin by outscoring the
visiting Indians 19-10 in, the
third quarter.
Brendan Odom and Teddy
Young added nine and eight
points, respectively, for the
Tigers.
Caleb Whitfield led Keystone


with seven points.
Score by Quarter
KHHS: 7 13 10
UCHS: 12 12 19


7-37
12-55


Scoring
Keystone (37): Brokas 6,
Brunink 3, Davis 4, Hoover 2,
Ruiz 4, Taylor 6, Taylor 4,
Whitfield 7, Yarbrough 1. 3-
pointers: Brokas 2. Free'
throws: 8-15.
Union County (55): J;
Alexander 15, K. Alexander 4,
Austin 2, Odom 9, Oliver 4,
Smith 13, Young 8. 3-pointers:
Young 2, J. Alexander 3. Free
throws: 8-17.


By CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer"
Seventh-ranked, Class 2A
P.K. Yonge handed the Union
County boys' basketball team a
57-46 loss on Feb. 3 in
Gainesville.
The Tigers outscored the
Blue Wave in the second half,
but could not overcome the 14-
point deficit they faced at
halftime.
SBrendan Odom led the Tigers
with 21 points, while Gary
Smith had 12 points.
The Tigers (12-10 prior to
Feb. 8) would go on to lose 67-
65 to district opponent Bradford
on Feb. 4 in Lake Butler (the
paper was. unable to obtain.
game stats). The loss meant the
Tigers ended regular-season


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Union has one game left in
the regular season. The Tigers,
who played Hawthorne on
Tuesday and Eastside on
Wednesday, will host Newberry
on Thursday, Feb. 10, at 7:30
p.m. A junior varsity game will
be played at 6 p.m.
Score by Quarter
UCHS: 11 10 15 10-46
PKY: 15 20 11 11-57
Union County Scoring (46): J.
Alexander 3, K. Alexander 6,
Odorri 21, Spiller 2, Smith 12,
Young 2. 3-pointers: Smith 2.
Free throws: 9-18.


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Ruise has huge

game in BHS win

over Ft. White


By CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Japan Ruise had a rather
impressive double-double on
.Feb. 1, scoring 47 points and
pulling down 21 rebounds in
the: Bradford boys' basketball
team's 87-77 win over district
opponent Fort White in Fort
White.
D'Andre Seay added 17
points and eight assists for
Bradford, while Marcus Wilson
scored 16 points.
Bradford' would go on to
defeat district opponent Union
County 67-65 on Feb. 4 in Lake
Butler (the paper was unable to
obtain game stats). The,
Tornadoes, with the win, closed
out regular-season district play
with a 7-3 record. Bradford will
be seeded third in the District 4-


LIFTERS
Continued from p. 5C
120-240, Julie Myers (183)
-f20-115,-235- and Kristina
Jackson (199) 145-145-290..
Maranda Gibbs and Courtney
Pace each earned third-place
finishes. Gibbs (110) had a 75-
pound bench press and an 85-


3A tournament, which will be
hosted by Santa Fe High School
in'Alachua.
The Tornadoes (10-7 overall
prior to Feb. 5) will play in the
tournament quarterfinals on
Tuesday, Feb. 15, at either 6
p.m. or 7:30 p.m.
Prior to the tournament,
Bradford will close out the
regular season by hosting
Hamilton County on Thursday,
Feb. 10, at 7:30 p.m., following
a junior varsity game at 6 p.m.

Score by Quarter
BHS: 25 23 18 21--87
FWHS: 18 24 19, 16-77
Bradford Scoring (87): Blye 4;
Covington 1, Leverson 2, Ruise
47, Seay 17, .Wilson 16. 3-
pointers: Seay, Leverson 2,
Ruise 2. Free throws: 10-18.


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Page 8C TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR--C-SECTION Feb. 10, 2005



Keystone girls end regular_


season with 30-point win


By CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
The Keystone Heights girls'
basketball team won its third
straight game, capping the
regular season with a 58-28 win
over Ridgeview on Feb. 3 in,
Orange Park.
Karlyn Reddish scored 13
points and had six assists and
ive steals for the Indians (17-
7), who have won each of their
last three games by at least 30
points.
The Indians held Ridgeview
to three points in the first
quarter and built a 20-point lead
at the half.
Jessica Whitfield also scored
in double figures for Keystone
with 11 points. Kaylene
Rountree led the team in
rebounding with nine.
Keystone' will play either
Bradford or Interlachen in the


semifinals of the District 4-3A
tournament, which Keystone is
hosting, on Thursday, Feb. 10,
at 7:30 p.m. The winner will
play either Santa Fe, Fort White
or Union County for the district
championship on Saturday, Feb.
12, at 7:30 p.m.
Santa Fe and Keystone are
the top two seeds in the
tournament.
Score by Quarter
KHHS: 15 20 -15 '8-58
RHS: 3 12 5 8-28
Keystone Scoring, (58):
Cherish Beck 6, Leanne Harris
3, Ashley Knabb 3, Mary Anne
McCall 4, Ashley Passwater 2,
Mindy Poupard 5, Reddish 13,
Rountree 4, Kellie Spaulding 7,
Whitfield !1.. 3-pointers:
Poupard, Reddish. Free
throws: -8-28.

Earlier result:


KH 57 Baker Co. 24
Keystone scored all the
points it needed in the first half
in a 57-24 win over visiting
Baker County on Feb. 1.
The Indians, who led 30-13 at
the half, were led in scoring by
Cherish Beck and Mindy
Poupard, who had 12 and 11
points, respectively.
Mary Anne McCall had 10
rebounds and Leanne Harris
had seven assists.


Score by Quarter
BCHS: 7 6
KHHS: 14 16


2 9-24
5 22-57


Keystone Scoring (57): Beck
12, Harris 2, Knabb 2, McCall 4,
Poupard 11, Reddish 2,
Rountree 8, Spaulding 6, Dani
Suit 3, Whitfield 7. 3-pointers:
Poupard, Suit. Free throws: 1-
12.


Clay defeats KH boys 58-43


TITLE
Continued from p. 3C
advancing to the district
championship match, which
qualified them for the regional
playoffs. However, by virtue of
being district champs, the


Indians get to host a Region 1
quarterfinal match Thursday,
Feb. 10, against Episcopal at 7
p.m.
The winner of that match will
play either Panama City Beach
Arnold or Crawfordville
Wakulla in, a semifinal match
on Tuesday, Feb. 15, at 7 p.n.


Keystone would -host either
team.
Santa Fe (10-6) will travel to
Jacksonville Thursday to play
fifth-ranked Bolles in a
quarterfinal match. The winner
will play either Pensacola
Catholic or Perry Taylor
County in the semifinals.


By CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer


. Keystone could not hang onto
a lead it built in the first half,
scoring just 14 points in the
second:half in a 58-43 loss to
Clay:in a boys' basketball
matchup on Feb. 7 in Green
Cove Springs.
The Indians (4-19) led 29-24
at the half, but Clay took ,the
lead with a 15-9 third-quarter
advantage.
Caleb Whitfield and Greg
Taylor led Keystone with- 11
aed 10 points, respectively,
while e Craig Bannon added eight
points.


BHS
Continued from p. 4C

Palmer were named to the
honorable mention list.
Guion, who earned both
the Florida Athletic Coaches
Association district five
defensive lineman and most
valuable player awards, and
Weaver, who earned the
FACA district five offensive
lineman award.
Saucer, who was named'to
the National All Stars list..
Guion, who played in the


Keystone travels to play
Chiefland on Thursday, Feb.
10, at 7:30 p.m., following a
junior varsity game-at-6 p.m:-
The Indians then cap the regular
season Friday, Feb. 11, by
hosting Eagle View at 7 p.m.
Junior varsity teams play at
5:30 p,m.


Score by Quarter
KHHS: 16 13 9
CHS: 15 9 15


5-43
19-58


Keystone Scoring (43):
Bannon 8, Brokas 2, Davis 6,
Evans 2, Snowberger 1, G.
Taylor 10, J. Taylor 3, Whitfield
11. 3-pointers: Davis, Bannon
2, Whitfield 2.


Florida-California Bowl.: :'
Perry, Weaver, Guion and
Sumpter who were selected to
play in the Shrine Bowl. Guion
did not play due to an injury. ,
Guion, who was pamed the
1A-2A Defensive Player of the
Year by the Gainesville Sun. |
Weaver, Jamison arid,
Saucer, who were named to the
Sun's first-team All Area
Players of the Year in the
positions of offensive lineman,
utility player and kicker,
respectively.
Guion, who was named to
the Sun's first-team All Area
Defense as a defensive
lineman.


Earlier result:


Santa-Fe-69--KH 49
Keystone ended district play
.with a 2-8 mark after losing 69-
49 to Santa Fe on Feb. 4 in
Alachua.
Taylor led the Indians with
10 points. Tyler Davis scored
eight.

Keystone Scoring (49):
Bannon 3, Brokas 5, Brunink 4,
Davis 8, Leibold 1, Snowberger
2, G. Taylor 10, Whitfield 7,
Yarbrough 7. 3-pointers:
Yarbrough, Davis 2. Free
throws: 24-32.


Japan Ruise, Eric Palmer
and Perry, who were named to
the second-team All Area
Defense by the Sun. Ruise and
Palmer were named .as
defensive lineman and Perry
was named as a utility player.
Six players who were
named to the Sun's All Area
Team as honorable mention
players. The positions the
players were named to the
team for were Sumpter as a
running back, Chris Smith as a
quarterback, Shauntell Carter,
Johnathan Duncan and David
Frazier as linebackers and
Corian Garrison as a defensive
lineman.


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