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Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 24, 2005
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USPS 062-700 Three Sections Starke, Florida


County

Thursday, Feb. 24, 2005


125th Year 30th Issue 50 CENTS


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Teachers,




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get raises


Arti



tea
Visions of an old-
fashioned English
afternoon tea were
raised by an event
hosted at the
Starke Woman's
Club Sunday. The
event was put on
as a means of
announcing an
expansion of
events held in
Bradford County
that promote the
arts. A special tea
flavored with
vanilla and
grenadine was
poured from silver
teapots into 100-
year-old china.
Each table was
provided with tiny
tea sandwiches
and sweet treats
to nibble on while
the program was
presented. In this
photo, Beverly
Hardy "pours out"
for Evelyn
Chastain.,


Art events to be expanded in BC


By MARCIA MILLER
Telegraph Staff Writer

Art, tiny tea cakes, music
from the ivory keys of a baby
grand piano and a .clear
soprano voice wear ing a
lovely melody were the order
of the day as more than 100
local women gathered at the
Starke Woman's Club.
They were there to hear a
proposal by Santa Fe
Community'. College's
(SFCC's) director of cultural
programs, Kathryn Lehman,
that will result in expanding
the number of arts-based
events sponsored by the


college in Biadford County.
The college already sponsors
the Starke Fall Festival where
artists and craftsmen sell their
wares on historic Walnut
Street.
The college is also hosting a
series of recitals featuring
musical performances by local
people and musicians from
around the area.
However, Lehman said
SFCC wants to expand the
number of events it offers that
feature art and music.
In 1999. SFCC renovated a
historic Gainesville building to
house its cultural programs
department. Since the
department's primary events


are the Spring Arts FestiValT
(set April 2-3 in Gainesville)
and the Starke Fall Festival,
the building was dubbed the
Spring Arts House ~'
"Part of our visionn in that
project and in building our
program is to expand the
services we are able to
provide, both in Gainesville
and in Starke," said Lehman.
She said one of the first
things SFCC plans to;do in
Starke :is pro\ ide a "young
artist incubation" program.
Arts activities and lessons will
be offered' to children in
workshops, either through the
established College for Kids
program-duringthesummer or


as a separate program of its
own.
"Research shows that kids
who are exposed to art at an
...arly age function better in
math and science," said
Lehman. "We need to provide
as much of that exposure as we
can."
Lehman said the activities
will be aimed at art forms the
students can practice
throughout their lives if they
wish. The projects will be-
affordable'so the students can
continue to practice the
techniques on their o\. n if the\
wish.

See ART, p. 2A


By MARK J. CRAWEORD
Telegraph Staff Writer

The Bradford County School
District has appro\,ed a raise
package for both teachers and
noninstructional employees.
The package, which-'also
includes raises for confidential
secretaries, was approved by
the school board during a
special meeting on Feb. 22.
Under the bargain, the
employees covered % ill receive
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BC road


changes

By MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Staff Writer
The county's Community
Traffic Safeto Team has.
proposed traffic enhancements
that will require the support of
the Starke City Commission
and the Florida Department of
Transportation.
Nelson Green presented
recommendations to the city.,on
Feb. 15. Green said all of the
suggestions were. areas of
concern and timely because of_
related work that. is scheduled
to be performed on or around
the streets in question.
Among the three
recommendations was a
suggestion that left turns onto
Walnut Street be made easier
with the addition of a turn
signal at the intersection with
Madison Street (SR-100). The
commission agreed to request
that the enhancement be
completed as part of DOT's
SR-100 resurfacing- project,
which will repave the highway
from the Union County line to
the railroad crossing on
Madison. The commencement
of the project is imminent.


one step up on their salary,
schedules plus an additional one;
and one-half percent in pay. On
average, one step up on the;
salary schedule is equivalent to|
a 2.12 percent pay raise,!
according to Finance Director,
Julee Tinsler, so the average.
amount that will be received by:
district employees is equivalent
to a 3.62 percent raise.
The raise is retroactive to the*
beginning of the 2004-2005"
school year and is slightly more|
See RAISE, p. 3A
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safety

proposed
The turn signals could be!
added by modifying the current!
traffic signal to include leading'
left turn arrows.
The commission also agreed'
to request that DOT study the'
feasibility of merging of Call,
Street (SR-230) and Madison:
Street at Water Street to desert
traffic and relieve congestion
downtown.
"(We) don't know exactly
how we do that, but again, we
think this would pull some of
the traffic from downtown n that
is through traffic," Green said,
adding this would be a long-
term goal because of the study
and planning involved.
Currently when motorists
travel 230 to US-301 they are
met with a flashing traffic
signal. Because of traffic
congestion, the flashing signal
makes it that much more
difficult to cross 301 or to turn
left onto 301 south.
Signage already series to";t
reroute large trucks to 100. If,
more traffic were diverted from
230, that would help alleviate
congestion downtown, although
it would also increase traffic on

See SAFE, p. 2A.


Teal and Tatum to be honored as Women of Distinction


By MARCIA MILLER
Telegraph Staff Writer

Two women who are both
tireless community servants
and professional business_
people have been tapped as
2005 Women of Distinction by
Santa Fe Community College
(SFCC).
--Linda Tatum of Lawtey and
Vicki Teal of Starke were
chosen as the Bradford
contingent of the Alachua-
Bradford Women of
Distinction. They will be
honored at the luncheon on
Tuesday, March 15, from
11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at the
Tower Club at the Village
(across from the SFCC
northwest campus in
Gainesville).
Tickets for the luncheon are
$20 and can be ordered
through Nancy Darr at SFCC
381-3812 or via e-mail:
nancy.darr@sfcc.edu. SFCC
spring break begins _Feb. 28,
but tickets can still be ordered-
by voice mail or e-mail after
that date. Make checks payable
to S-FCC Women of
Distinction.
D The SFCC Women of
Distinction Award was
established 19 years ago in
recognition of March as
Women's History Month.. -'
Alachua County recipients
of the award are Alison
Gerencser, Virginia Maurer,
Margaret Rosenberger and Ora
White,


* Not enough ink
to print Tatum's
accomplishments.

By MARCIA MILLER ._.
Telegraph Staff Writer

Naming all of the
organizations that Linda'
Tatum of Lawtey has been
involved in over the years
would likely take more ink
than is currently in stock at any
community newspaper in the
country.
Tatum is one of those people
who can assess any situation
quickly, propose a solution to
the problems involved and
then have half of them solved
before lunch. While most
people don't find enough hours
in the day to deal with a career
and a family, Tatum finds
hours enough for that and
tireless community service
through a dizzying array of


projects.
She used her talents to help
her family business become--
highly successful, but she also
used those same problem-
solving abilities and get-it-
done attitude in dealing with
problems the community at
largisWexperienei-,--
Tatum said education has
always been near and dear to
her heart. She saw the
importance of education for
her own children and wanted
to improve educational
opportunities for other
people's children as well.
She served on the public
library board from 1991-97
and helped guide an expansion
of services offered to the
public. She became chafrmar
of that board in 1997.
She was a business partner
to Lawtey Conmmuniiv School
before such a thing as business
partners came into existence.
She put her time and her

See TATUM, p. 6A


The Santa Fe Community College Andrews Center
will present a Lenten Recitaras part of-the the
Bradford County recital series.
The recital will feature vocalists singing classical and
sacred selections on Sunday, March 13, at 2 p.m. in
the Andrews Center Cultural Building on Call Street
at the railroad tracks. Admission is free. For more
information, call 904-964-5382.


* Teal recognized
as community
service
workhorse.

--:yM iARCIA MILLER _
Telegraph Staff Writer

Vicki Teal is that person
who is always in the
background of any project. She
is one of the people who don't


often speak from the podium
but who always have their
sleeves rolled up backstage,
making- sure everything \works
as planned.
Teal is assistant manager
and co-owner of Teal Tile and
Carpet in Starke. She has lived
in Starke for a number of years
._anidhas been very active in the
community hroughou-t- -herx
career. She is primarily
involved in activities with the'
Woman's Club of Starke,
Altrusa International of Starke,
the First United Methodist


Church and the North Florida
Regional Chamber of
Commerce.
She has held nearly every
leadership role possible with
the woman's club
organization.
"(Teal) has been an
outstanding member and
represents the ultimate attitude
of a community volunteer,'
said C6fiiie-Best-,-president.of
the woman's club. "She gives
generously of her time and
See TEAL, p. 8A


Women of Distinction announced


Two
Bradford
County
women
were
selected as
Santa Fe
Community
College
Women of
Distinction.
They are
(left) Linda
Tatum and
(right)
Vicki Teal.


De-dline oon Tuesdaybefore pubication 9.4-964-305 (hone) 904-94-862(fax






Page2A TELEGRAPH Feb. 24,2005




BC, Starke plan code


I enforcement crackdown


Farm Bureau
supports
community
ABOVE: Florida Farm
Bureau recently donated
S: $h agriculture education
Materials to Bradford
Preschool in Starke.
Lt (Back row, I-r) Dale
Y Redding, Linda Bryant
Sand Chris Alvarez, along
with students (front row,
,. I-r) Gavin Bryant, Leah
k, Bryant and Alicia
Derringer accepted 'the.
ILmaterials. Any school-
that wishes to receive
these materials aimed at
teaching students more
about where their food
comes from and
agriculture in general,
should contact Liz -
Cowart at 904-964-8676.
ABOVE: District III members of the Florida Farm Bureau provided Christmas bags for
119 patients at the Shands Dialysis Center in Gainesville. Wal-Mart and Winn-Dixie, in
addition to local Farm Bureau members, donated items for the bags. (L-R) Farm
Bureau's Kelly Hoff and Liz Cowart. Cowart is the Farm Bureau District II chairman
and is based in Starke. (L-R at right) Shands' Samakerer Sarala and Rita Alza of
Shands accepted the bags on behalf of the patients.


ART
ACotiWiU$e rSm 'p. 1A
Lehman said plans are also
being made to bring the
Gainesville orchestra to Starke
for one or more performances.
The orchestra is provided
practice space and materials
and supplies by SFCC. In
return, it schedules
performances that benefit the
SFCC service area.
Some type of special event
- the nature of which is
currently unknown will also
be planned for Starke in
addition to the Starke Fall
Festival.
The form that event will take
will be left up to the arts
patrons from Bradford County.
"Bradford County has
always been a part of my
heart," said Lehman. "The
community has such a pride
and joy in providing special
programs that it makes my job
a pleasure."
This group of patrons will be
formed by people who are
willing to provide donations to
help fund the additional arts
events planned for Bradford
County.
A person can become a
patron for as little as $100 per
year. The donation provides
special privileges and gifts to
the donor in addition to
allowing the patron input on
events that will be offered
here.
The individual patron will
receive a signed limited edition
commemorative poster for the
Gainesville Spring Arts
Festival, two reservations for
the Patron's Preview Party and
the Patron's Breakfast and
other privileges.
As the patronage levels go
up, so do the number of gifts
and privileges provided.
Funding levels are silver ($250
per year), gold ($500 per year),
platinum ($750 per year) and
founding (a one-time $2,500
donation).
Donations are tax deductible
and checks should be made out
to the SFCC Endowment
Corporation.
For more information on the
Bradford arts patron program,
contact Lehman at SFCC's
Northwest Campus at 352-
395-5000.

School board
meeting
The next monthly meeting of
the Bradford County School
Board will take place at
Brooker Elementary on
Monday, March 7, at 5 p.m.


SAFE


Continued from'-pi 1A
100. Commissioner Larry
Davis said congestion on 100,
which will already be impacted
by the addition of a new
apartment complex, would be
further impacted by the merging
of the two highways.
Green said the traffic team
was simply suggesting that
DOT study the merger. It may
or may not be plausible, he said.
The third suggestion, which
is related to the second and
which commissioners were
hesitant to support without
further input, involves making a
final decision on the traffic
signal at Call Street and 301.
Green asked that the
commission decide what to do
about the light, which has been
set to flash for two years. With
the Walgreens project expected
to close Court Street and
change the traffic pattern
downtown, Green said this was
the time to take a look at
whether the light should be
removed or returned to
functionality, since bids will be
opened on the resurfacing of
that portion of 301 in
November.
Green said DOT is looking
for guidance on what to do with
the traffic light, with the
discussion being either make
the signal work or take it out.
Attempts to synchronize the
signal with the signal one block
south have not succeeded, so
the removal of the light would
mean that the only way off Call
Street at 301 would be a right
turn.
Some members of the
Downtown Business and
Community Association have
objected to the removal of the
light in the past, which is why
the commission intends to
workshop the issue with the
association before making a
recommendation to DOT.
Police Chief Gordon Smith


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$13.00 six mon


Traffic suggestions:
S t. ..


";; E ; Add left;turnm :.-,.:..
arrows at Walnut-
Madison
intersection.

SStudy possible
merge of Call and
Madison streets.

Decide on
functionality of
signal at Call Street
and US-301.
suggested the county's Tourism
Development Council also be
invited to the workshop, and
DOT will be invited as well.
The Community Traffic
Safety Team is a group of civic
leaders that meets to consider
traffic improvements in the
area.

Doctor to
address issue
of medicating
children
Parents Supporting ESE
Children is inviting all parents
to attend a meeting on the
effects of medicating their
children.
Dr. Kathy Noffsinger of
Alachua Family Psychiatry of
Gainesville will discuss the
effect of some medications on
children and how it affects the
learning process. A child need
not be identified as an ESE
student in order for parents to
participate.
The meeting will be held on
Tuesday, March 15, at 6:30
p.m. in the board room at the
school district's offices.
Call (904) 964-6001 on of
before March 14 if you need
childcare services while
attefiding the meeting.


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By MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Staff Writer

Bradford County and city of
Starke officials are
simultaneously turning their
attention to code enforcement.
While the city has finally
taken action to foreclose on the
former Gator Ice Plant property
across from city hall and has
discussed the need to crack
down on other properties, the
county's citizen-staffed code
enforcement board has been
wondering why it has been a
year or more since they were
last called to meet.
The county commission sat
down with its code enforcement
board and officers Feb. 17 to
discuss the direction of the
effort and whether or not tloe
county was following through
to correct or punish incidences
of code violations that have
brought complaints.
Donny Wise, the county's
code enforcement officer, said
most cases are resolved by the
landowners before the code
enforcement board has to
become involved. There are a
couple of ongoing cases',
however, that have not beeri
resolved and will now likely
end up before the board.
Some cases have been taken
as far as a fine, but code
-enforcement board member
Malcolm Hill said the question
is who picks up the ball once
the volunteer board has done its
job.
There are opportunities for
landowners to cooperate with
the code enforcement officer
and correct any existing


violations that have been
brought to the county's
attention through the citizen
complaint process. If there is
not cooperation, however, the
code enforcement officer must
request a hearing before the
board.
The code enforcement board
can, after hearing the evidence,
specify a period of time in
which the cleanup must occur
or impose a daily fine (up to
$500 a day) for noncompliance
until a property is cleaned up.
If a property is not cleaned up
and a fine continues rolling, the
county commission can impose
a lien against the property and
eventually file for foreclosure.
But the county commission
hasn't been addressed about
such cases recently and,
therefore, has not taken any
such action.
"We've got one that's been
going now for over two years at
$25 a day, seven days a week,"
said code enforcement board
member Tommy Tyre.
Two current examples of
violation discussed at the
workshop both lie in the
Sampson City area and involve
either the operation of a
business in a residential area
and/or the accumulation of junk
on those properties.
A complaint was first filed in
July 2004, and Wise said he
now realizes the landowners are
not going to work with him to
resolve the situation. Wise took
an inspector with him on his
last visit and said if that didn't
get their attention then the
matter would be brought to the
board.
Traditionally it has not been


the practice of the county, but
attorney Terry Brown said the
county could become more
aggressive in imposing and
enforcing liens and even
foreclosing on certain
properties, using Starke's action
against the old ice plant as an
example.
"They've had years and years
and it hasn't gotten corrected so
it's going to be cleaned up one
Sway or the other," he said.
Alternatively, Brown
informed the commission that
state law allows public funds to
be expended in the clean-up of
such a property and that amount
can then be charged back to the
property owner. The county
codes would have to be
amended to allow this.
Commissioner John Cooper
said there needs to be a process
in place to bring these issues to
the commission so the county
isn't waiting 20 years for a
piece of property to be sold and
violations are finally corrected.
Cooper suggested the code
enforcement board recommend
foreclosure to the county after a
period of time passes and a
property has not been brought
into compliance.
Other suggested amendments
to the county's codes include
giving code enforcement
officers the authority to issue
citations when violations are
found instead of waiting for
citizen-filed complaints.
The county attorney will
continue reviewing the county's
rules for code enforcement and
make recommendations for
amendment.
See CODE, p. 6A


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Feb. 24, 2005 TELEGRAPH Page 3A


Alligator Creek cleanup continues

;,sA 1


The additional $90,000 awarded to the city of Starke to continue the cleanup of
Alligator Creek is being put to good use. The project will continue to clean the
creek to Flume Road, improving the flow of water through the creek and ultimate-
ly helping Starke's stormwater runoff problem. Starke's $30,000 matching
requirement is being at least partially met through the contribution of equipment
and labor. The portion of the creek shown in the above photograph has been
cleared on one side while the trees and brush in the background have yet to be
cleared. Below, the 70-foot boom on the piece of equipment shown is responsi-
ble for the ease with which the creek is being cleared. Also shown is equipment
operator Hoyt Starling (left) and Starke Project Director Ricky Thompson.
(Photos taken by Starke Commissioner Larry Davis.)


RAISE
Continued from p. 1A
than the 3.24 percent teachers
and others received on average
last year.
The same package also
includes an automatic step up
for the same employees in July
of this year and sets the hourly
rate paid to bus drivers on field
trips at $6 50 as of Feb. 15.
The district's administrators
were not included in the
package because they are not
included in the bargaining
between the district, and the
teachers' union.
Following the trend of recent
years, the bargain was not
struck by the beginning of the
school year, which is why
employees will be paid
retroaitivel, for the raise they
have not collected so far this
year. Seceral teachers spoke of
their disappointment last year in
learning that bargaining would
be delayed once again.
But school board members
said on Tuesday that they have
already been receiving positive
feedback on the agreement.
School Board Member Randy
Jones said he had heard a
number of compliments for the
board's negotiating team, which
included Tinsler, Assistant
Superintendent Rick Ezzell and
Bradford High School Principal
Karl Wendell. Jones said he had
also heard positive feedback on
Superintendent Harry Hatcher's
efforts to cut costs and search
the budget for money to make.
the raise a reality.
"Overall, I think we're going
in the right direction with our
negotiations," Jones said.
School Board Chairwoman
Vivian Chappell said that
everyone she has spoken to has
been equally positive, adding
that she appreciated the efforts
of the negotiating team.
A call for comment to the


president of the Bradford
Education Association, the local
teachers' union, was. not
returned before press time.
Charter school
receives $175k
grant
The school board approved
the receipt of a grant from the
state Department of Education
for The Believer's School of
Learning, the charter school in
Starke run by Rellen Clark.
The budget for the grant
includes money to hire
consultants and curriculum
specialists to train staff and
implement a reading initiative.
There are also funds for
computers, supplies, furniture,
library books and a fire alarm
system.
There are still issues with the
charter school, according to
Superintendent Hatcher, but
officials in Tallahassee advised
the district to approve the grant
for the school, and that was
Hatcher's recommendation to
the board.
Jones pointed out that current
enrollment at the school was
less than a third of what was
projected for this year. With
only 10 students, however, the
amount of the grant award
equals $17,500 per student.
Ulitmately, he .said, the
school board is responsible for
the school and asked to see
financial statements showing
the school's expenses through
December of last year.
"If I look at every other
school in the system, I want to
look at this school also, because
these are our students... I want
to make sure (the students) are
getting the education they
need," Jones said. "Looking at
this budget, they ought to be
getting a jam-up education
because they're getting $17,500
per student in grant money, plus
(Full Time Equivalent funding).
I'm thinking that's $21,000 per
student."


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Jones was also concerned by
issues surrounding insurance.
Hatcher said Clark decided not
to use transportation provided
by the school district because
she could not afford the
insurance. The only other
outstanding issue, he said,
involves workers'
compensation. Clark, Hatcher
said, disputes'the need for it
because of the small number of
individuals she employs. That
might be the case according to
state or federal guidelines, he
said, but Clark's contract with
the school district requires she
provide workers' compensation.
Clark will be able to purchase
that insurance with grant funds,
but Tinsler said a budget
amendment would be necessary
since it was not one of the items
listed in the grant budget as
approved.
School Board Member James
Watson said 'he didn't know
how Clark's school was
meeting its financial
obligations. Hatcher said the
district had no way to know if
the bills were being paid, but
said it could be surmised that
Clark was having some
financial difficulty. Chappell,
asked if she owed the district
money, and Hatcher said she
does.
Tinsler said the contract with
Clark gives her 30 days to pay
an invoice from the district.
Forty-five days of nonpayment
would result in Clark being in
default of the contract and is
grounds for termination, Tinsler
said.
Hatcher emphasized that
these concerns had been
expressed to DOE and the
recommendation was that the
grant be accepted.
Chappell said the board
understood that Hatcher didn't
have much choice in the matter,
but said if he needed a letter
from the board to be sent to
Tallahassee he should not
hesitate to ask.
Jones reiterated he wanted to
make sure the students at the
school were getting what they
needed, because if the school
failed those students would be
coming back into the public
-school system, and he wants
those students to be up to speed.
"I mean, we've dbne
everything we could to make
this thing work, and this (grant)
is another step in making it
work... So I just want us to
make sure that we're on task
with this," Jones said.
The money will not be
dispersed to: the school in total.
Tinsler will control the purse


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to the school as needed, approximately 30 women about
provided that receipts. for his tour in Operation Freedom
expenditures made are in the area of Afghanistan..The
submitted. meal that was served was also a.
"If we find that the money is representation of the area foods.
not being spent in accordance to Stroud had many pictures and
what (Clark) has outlined in her. authentic wraps that he had
application, the money would brought back with him to share
stop until such time as we got with the ladies.
that issue resolved," Tinsler The program began with
said. Carol Berry playing piano and
Jackie Totura leading everyone
Reach Mark Crawford at in "America the Beautiful".
gov@bctelegraph.com or 904- The next meeting will be
964-6305. Wednesday; March 9, at noon:
at the woman's club building
BM S band on Walnut Street near the post
DIVI bandoffice.
room break The program will be
0 sponsored by Pam Whittle and
ground rid ay the guest speaker will be Kim
/roUnl 1 r lay r Skidmore, manager for the
A ceremony to break ground Main Street. downtown
on the new band room at redevelopment program. Her
Bradford Middle School will be topic will be..the upcoming
held at the school this Friday,. Strawberry Festival and the
Feb. 25, at 3 p.m. Everyone is Main Street project.
invited to attend. All women are also asked to
remember to bring items for the
BC Can 9els i food-pantry.
BC cancelsFor more information, call
meeting Whittleat 904-964-5278.
The Thursday, March 1 7, Driver Saft'
meeting of the Bradford County safety
Commission has been canceled lass t be
so commissioners can attend an cl s t e
event with members of the .
Florida League of Cities. :offered
An AARP driver safety
W mans lu programwill be offered in
SStarke on Wednesdays. March
hosts 9 and 23, from noon to 4 p.m.
SThis four-hour classroom
Afghanistan training session provides you
With a certificate that will allow
veteran you to -claim an -automobile
v r insurance discount: for three
The Starke Woman's Club years after taking the class.
met Feb. 9 to hear a program : There are no .tests arid cost
sponsored by Della Rosenbergi for the class is $10. .A free
and presented by William! lunch is available. Call 352-
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Editorial/Opinion

Thursday, Feb. 24, 2005 Page 4A





Winn-Dixie at the crossroads


Street rumors are about
as reliable as reading tea
'leaves, but a persistent
rumor supported by
financial reports and
statements by officials,
indicates that Winn-Dixie
is in a financial bind that
will bring about store and
distribution center sales
and closings arid the
termination of 10,000
employees. The Starke
store appears to be an
exception to the downturn
of other stores in the chain,.
maintaining its excellent sales
position and assisting
management in removing red
ink from the bottom line.
President and Chief
Executive Officer Peter Lynch
reported on the second quarter of the
2005 fiscal year which ended Jan. 12,
by outlining the fiscal problems facing
the company, and its plans for
combating the various causes for the
downturn. He said the restructuring
should be completed by April.
Lynch succeeds former Winn-Dixie
president and CEO Frank Lazaran,
who was terminated without cause
after 18 months in the position. The
"without cause" terminology was used
in order for him to draw full
compensation, consisting of severance
pay of three times his annual salary, for
a total of $4.5 million, 270,689 shares
of Winn-Dixie stock, $2.4 million in
contingent cash payment, option to buy
an additional 637,927 shares of stock
and medical insurance for 36 months.
Not bad for a CEd that saw his
company lose in excess of $100 million
last year.
To stem the flow of red ink, Winn-
Dixie directors tapped Peter Lynch,
former president and CEO of
Albertson's, a rival grocery chain:' His
initial three-year contract provides a
base salary of $900,000 per year plus a
100-percent performance bonus, plus
other perquisites, including stock
options. His ability to return the
grocery giant to profitability will be
tested in the near future, according to
Evan Mann, an analyst at Gimmie
Credit, an independent research
service. Mann said, "The liquidity
situation is worse than what we would
have thought
Lynch and his board of directors have
determined to sell' or close 156 of the
chain's 1,050 stores, many of which are
outside the Winn-Dixie core territory
of the Southeast United States and the
Bahamas Islands. In addition to
divesting itself of retail outlets, Winn-
Dixie plans to close or sell three
distribution centers, release some


10,000 employs and sell off a number
of corporate owned
manufacturers, including
Chek, the' soft drink
provider, Deep South
Condiments and Astor
products., To say,
"Winn-Dixie is hurting,"
is the understatement of the
Year.
Patrons of the Starke Winn-
Dixie store are amazed to find
the big retailer is having
financial problems, since the
local store appears to be doing
well. The Starke store isn't
typical of all WD stores it is
new and clean. I used to'
frequent a WD store in
North Miami Beach that.
wasn't clean, and didn't
smell good. If that store is
typical, then it 'follows that customers'
will go elsewhere. Competition is
fierce in the retail business and','
especially difficult in selling groceries.
Albertson's, Publix and Wal-Mart -
provide competitive prices in clean,;..
modem buildings to residents of towns, ,
large and small, driving'independent
merchants from the scene and
providing strong competition among.;
themselves.
On the street, the rumor says the"
unthinkable: When Wal-Mart opens the ,
Super Store on US-301 south later this
year, the Starke Winn-Dixie is going toi'
hurt and Food Lion-will fade from the:
scene. That isn't good news for our
community, but in a free society,
business must compete to stay alive.
Let me add a personal opinion for
Winn-Dixie and Food Lion to consider:
The "reward" card, by whatever name,
is a travesty for customers who are
forced by economics to present a card
for each purchase. In spite. of the :
merchant's claim, it,.e.,os .nojiIg ofr
theedsttifSth .W^ @
to track the individual's purchases
from year to year. In fact, the tracking
of one's purchases borders on invasion
of privacy. The claim that the card
saves money for the customer is less
than the truth. Rather than lowering
prices for the card-carrier, prices are
raised for the non-card-carrier. Stores
that issue cards for the sole purpose of
tracking purchases by individuals
deserve to lose customers. Sam's and
Cosco issue cards, but for reasons other
than tracking purchases.
I hope Lynch can save Winn-Dixie
for the good of the employees and
investors, sans the "reward" card., But
if his efforts should fail, bie of good
cheer, the vacancy will be filled. :
By BUSTER RAHN'
Telegraph Editorial Writer


Starke Mayor Carolyn Spooner honored outgoing City Manager Lee Vincent for his
work on behalf of the city and wished him well in his future endeavors.



Starke's Vincent moves on


By MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Staff Writer
::. The city of Starke bid a fond
'farewell to the man who
became its first manager and
,served in that position for more
.-than two years.
City Manager Lee Vincent
`' worked up until the last minute,
participating in- the city's
strategic planning session while
'overseeing daily operations,
'including work at Alligator
Creek. before well-wishers
gathered at city hall to say
goodbye.
; Starke Mayor Carolyn
*Spooner presented a plaque to
Vincent on 'behalf of the city,
expressing appreciation for his
!.leadership and wishing him
welll in his future endeavors. A
!trophy was also presented by
Commissioner Steve Futch on
.. behalf of the North Florida
Regional Chamber of:
Commerce in recognition of.
Vincent's support of the
business community.
"Congratulations and good
luck where you're going. I
hope everything works out well
for \ou." Futch said.
"This has been a good tour
for me." Vincent said. falling
bacl1h" his-~,U^wisa
.,describe his timtne-Hlth.the 'ct\
, t' ` Starke.
\ Vincent had kind words for
the city's employees, whose
teamwork \\as most evident
during last year's storms, he
said. Asked what his greatest
accomplishment was. Vincent
rephrased the question to
include those employees. What
they were able to accomplish
together in the wake of the
storms, including the quick
restoration of power and
ensuring the safety of the
public, was his proudest
moment \working for the city, he
said.
"You all are a good set of
,employees." he said, adding
.that the employees had made
his job easier.
"I have good friends here.
I've got special memories of
Starke," he said. "You all have
got a special place in my heart."


In a word of advice for the
future, Vincent said the city
must plan for new growth.
"Growth is coming to Starke,
and it's coming to Bradford
County. We either prepare for
it or we are overtaken by it,"
Vincent said.
Businessman Lee Sparks lent
his voice to those who have
expressed disappointment in the
past few weeks that the city had
allowed Vincent to get away.
Sparks' said he feels the city
is losing a great asset in letting
Vincent go. The city dropped
the ball, Sparks said, and as a
result the city is losing a very
valuable man.
Sparks took a moment two
weeks ago .to say he and the
other members of' the
Downtown Business and
Community Association
appreciated all of Vincent's
hard work. Presenting Vincent
a plaque in front of the city fire
station, Sparks highlighted


Vincent's obtainment of new
fire trucks for the department.',.
Fire Chief Di\ayne Hardee'
said the fire department had
tried for years to obtain new
trucks, but Vincent became the
driving force .thatI made,-the
purchase happen. The new
trucks replaced a 1976 class A
pumper and a l985 squad truck
that the department had
outgrown, Hardee said. .
"These trucks hae definitely
increased our capabilities to
respond and, handle our.
emergencies that I know are:,
going to occur," said IHardee,,,'
who also presented Vincent.
with a plaque at thee 'farewell
party.
Before the nexl ,tcks,,were-
obtained, the department,
couldn't carry enough ,
personnel or equipment when;
responding to situations, and;
there were a lot of breakdowns.
See VINCENT, p. 9A;


Saying
'goodbye' to
a dear friend
Dear Editor:
I lost a dear friend Saturday
night and I grieve his leaving.
Gene Donn was a dear
personal friend of mine and he
died of a heart attack. Gene was
a special friend, not only to me
but to many, many other
people.
Gene was a great mechanic
who was honest whichiin itself
is a rarity these days but he had
a great many other abilities.
There weren't many things that
he couldn't do. I found this out
over the years and grew to call
on him for his advice and help.
Many. many times i have
called on him to do something
for me or one of my children.
He never failed. He was always
there either to help of just to
talk to, which I always
enjoyed.
Gene had a great family who
gave of themselves just as he
did. His wife Norma is always
involved in civic activities.
She has a flower shop and is
always called on by someone
to-hep lfp::. I itwasn't the
Strawberry Festival or the
Octoberfest it was something
else. Naturally if Norma was
involved then guess who she
drafted to help. It wasn't hard to
get him to do something if you
asked him.
A 16th century poet by the
same name (except Gene's was


easier to spell) wrote that no
man was an island. That he
was a part of mankind and
when 'we lose one we lose a
part of humanity.
Gene isa. loss that I
probably won't recover from.
He was an intricate part of a lot
of people's lives and his
leaving has diminished the rest
of us. I loved Gene and will
miss him painfully. .
Malcolm Hill
Morgan Road

Students now

taking

assessment

tests
The SAT-10 and Florida
Comprehensive Assessment
Test (FCAT) dates have been
set in Bradford County. .
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.


Mz. Uglyi

videos still

on sale
Video tapesand DVDs of
last year's Mi. 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 one of
Kinanis' )outh 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 tsunami victimss
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.


Host a

chamber

BASH.. .;
If you are interested in
hosting a Business and Social
Hour (BASH) for the North
Florida Regional Chamber of
Commerce, call 904-964-5278.


Don DeWitt


Local
resident
named top
guitarist by
company
Don- DeWitt, of Bradford
County, was recently
awarded an artist
endorsement by the Heritage
Guitar Company and was
named one of its featured
artists.
As a featured artist, DeWitt
will share the spotlight with


numerous other guitar players
and recording artists
representing Heritage Guitar
Company throughout the
country.
DeWitt is a veteran
performer. He began playing
the guitar at the age of 11. By
the time he was 13, he was
performing with Smitty and
the West Virginia
Troubadours. During .his
teenage years, DeWitt played
lead guitar for various acts
performing on weekly radio
and television programs, at
.private events, in recording
Sessions, in nightclubs and at
statewide festivals.
After graduating from high
school, he established his
base, in Florida and began
working sessions with
Nashville Artists.
DeWitt has played guitar
for country greats like Red
Sovine, Margo Smith, Mel
Street, Johnny Carver,
Boxcar Willie, Tony Booth,
Ronnie Robbins, Freddy
Weller, Bobby Lewis, Doyle
Holly, Gordon Terry, Connie
Cato, Wayne Kemp, Brian
Collins, Tommy Dee, Karen
Wheeler, Jimmy Peppers,
Kenny Star and others.
DeWitt's picking style,
using a syncopated thumb
and two fingers, creates
subtle and tasteful three-
string chord melodies and
steel guitar licks. He uses that
style to display his own
version of country, gospel,
rock and pop hits.
His current recording
project is title, "Guitar Picker


at Heart" and will feature a '
collection of classic country
hits.
For more on Heritage :
Guitars, see the Web site at
www.heritageguitar.com.

Scouts

sponsor golf

tourney
Boy Scout Troop 70 of.
Starke is sponsoring a golf
tournament Saturday, March
12, at the Starke Golf and:
Country Club with a shotgun
start at 9 a.m.
The four-man scramble,
tournament costs $40 per
player, which includes lunch,
greens fees, a cart and prizes.
Prizes for first, second and third
place are offered. Prizes are '
also offered for the longest
drive, the closest to the pin and"
a hole in one. Mulligans are :
available.
Sign up by Tuesday, March
1, by contacting Wynette
Browning at 904-964-4411 or
904-682-3381 or via e-mail
wynette.browning@fl.ngb.army
.mil.
Businesses are also needed to
sponsor holes and carts,
Sponsorships are available for
as little as $75.


Starke employees Sherlien Crabtree and Johnny
Woods take their turns at the buffet laid out for Lee
Vincent's departure by City Clerk Linda Johns and ,
her employees.


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Feb. 24, 2905 TELEGRAPH Page 5A


generations gather


Five generations of Videll Smith's family recently got
together. They are (I-r): first row, Videll Smith and baby
.Laney Griffis; second row, Marysue Willingham, Janine
Manning and Kristin Manning.


Parirish and Castlen to wed
Clayton Parrish and Melody
Gaskins, both of Lake Butler
,announce the upcoming
marriage of their daughter.
Jessica Renee Parrish, to
William Charles Castlen, son of
Pat and Ann Castlen of Lake
Butler.
The bride-elect graduated
-. from Union County High School "
(UCHS) in 2002. She is
Attending Lake City Community i .
College and working at' .
Mercantile Bank. She is the ,
granddaughter of J.T. and Linda\
Parrish and J.C. and Myrtle .
Parrish, all of Lake Butler.
The groom-elect graduated a.
from UCHS in li98 and works
a OGilman BuiUdin Products.
The ee --i c s'il. tcike 1ajce
the Lake Birt:r C.-.Tmntmi
Ceters at p.m. on Sar:.da\. Jessica Renee Parris
Feb. 26. 2005. William Charles Cas
No invitations will be mailed.
A.l famib. and friends are
iiriteld.


Smiths

celebrate 8*

anniversary
Fred and Beatrice Smith of
Starke recently celebrated.their
60th wedding anniversary The
couple was married in 1944 in
Lester, W.Va. and relocated to
Starke in 1952.
On Nov. 13, 2004, a
celebration of the pt.:.peook
place in New Port Richie atthe
home of the couple's daughter
and son-in-law, BfbrtA4 '..and
Scott Biron. ThW. nPF
planned and hosted. -''.a1 WH
inviting numerous f.'lr .'t d
friends. .
Some of those ttpding
were: sons, Wayne and .avid;
grandchildren, DB~ongo
Christopher and Trista Rq, a
sister Mary Pagan of:":'.tL.
Lauderdale; and a nephMew;id
his wife, Mr. and Mrs. ]l&eh
Morrison of Winter Havea, .
The Smiths were preanted
with a DVD of the, evi wit
pictures dating from- >49.. 2
through 2004 as well as a .gift
vacation to Tennessee.


h and
stlen


Broome-Sapp to wed in June


Dr. Lonnie and Dora Broome
of Keystone Heights announce
.the engagement and upcoming
marriage of their daughter.
'Ambir Lea e, to Brian
Robert Sapl3.'Onn-of Joev and
Lisa Sapp of Law tey.
The bride-elect is a 2001
honors graduate of Keystone
Heights High School. She is
cuxrejntly completing her
_bachelor's degree at University
'of Florida in human nutrition
and plans to attend medical
seheol. She attends Orange
Heights Baptist Church and
works for Triest Construction of
Keystpne Heights.
The groom-elect is a 1999
graduate of Bradford High
School and is employed by
'Ptblix Warehouse in
Jacksonville. He attends
evergreen Baptist Church
Where he is outreach director.
The wedding is planned for 6


Highland First Baptist Church,
1409 US-301 N in Lawtey will
have a Sunday night revival at 6
p.m. Feb. 27. March 6. 13 and
20. Pastor Bill Cla tori will bring
the message. Call 904-289-9798,
for information
Mt. Zion A. M. E. Church of
Lawte. Stewardess Board will
celebrate its annual Stewardess
Anniversary on Sunday, Feb. 27,
at 3 p m. The public is invited.
The Cowbo. Church of
Lawtey w ill meet Tuesday,
March S, 7 p.m at Bay Tack and
Feed Store, US-301 neKt to the
post office. The Cowboy Church
band M ill pro\ ide Christian
country music. This is a non-
denominational serm ice for the
whole family. The public is
invited.
Waldo First Baptist Church
will host a women's day retreat
featuring Joani Tabor, on
Saturday. March 5. 8:30 a.m.-
2:30 p.m.. in the Family Life
Center. Tickets, $10 in advance,
$15 at the door, includes light
breakfast, catered lunch, drinks
and speaking and singing. All


4.


University
Melissa Mcgahee of Starke
.ias named to the Dean's list
at Mercer Unilersity for the
fall 2004 semester. Inclusion
on the Dean's list requires
students to meet rigorous grade
point average standards specific
to their school within the
University.
Mcgahee is in the Southern
School of Pharmacy.
Founded in 1833, Mercer
University has campuses in
Macon and Atlanta as weH as
three regional academic centers.
For 15 consecutive years. U.S.
News & World Report has
named Mercer University as
one of the leading universities
in the South.


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Love, hdq lessica,
Aunt 5Iwwrm2 aLUU Kids


Brian Hobert app ana
Amber Lea Broome

p.m. on Saturda\. June 25, 2005,
at Orange Heights Baptist
Church.
Invitations ill be sent.


Anderson-Blankenship to wed
Timmy and Kari Anderson of
-.Glen St. Mary announce the
'.engagement of their daughter.
Amy Michelle Anderson, to
Michael Wayne Blankenship,
:on of Wayne and Pat
glapkenship of Starke.
.'he bride-elect is a 2003
,graduate of Baker County High
...Scool and attends Lake City
Community College where she
J.-I pursuing a degree in
.elementary education. '
The groom-elect graduated in :
.2000 from Bradford High ,-
School and attends Charleston '" ''
(S.C.) Southern University. He .
pans to graduate in May with a .J ,';
degree in business management
tnd economics.
The wedding is set for Michael Wayne
Saturday, June 18. 2005. Blankenship and
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Vo-Tech

accepting
nursing apps-
Bradford-Union Area
Vocational-Technical Center is
currently accepting applications
for its fall practical nursing
program.
The practical nursing
program will prepare 24
candidates for employment as
Licensed Practical Nurses. The
selection process is
competitive, based on a point
system.
Interested persons must first
take the A level of the Test of
,AdHt asic Education (TABE)
a.ldcBI.e at least I Ith grade
in reading. language and
tI math to be eligible for
*application. Applicants must


also be IX 'ears of age and
have proof of a high school
diploma or GED.
Applications '. ll I be
accepted at the Bradford-Union
Area Vocational-Technical
Center's student services office
until 2 p.m. on Friday, April
1. For information, call Beth
Moore at 966-6777.

Conner
reunion is

March 12
Cousins and members of the
Lawton and Carrie Ritch
Conner familyy are invited to a
reunion on Saturday, March
12, at 12 noon at Bayless
Highway Baptist Church in the
cafeteria.
Bring a favorite dish to
share. Meat will be furnished.


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Area student

honored at
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women are invited; dress is
casual. Call 352-468-1721 to
purchase tickets.
St. Peter's Lutheran Church,
Starke Mission will host a
spaghetti dinner Saturday, March
5, starting at 5:30 p.m. in the
banquet hall of the KOA
Campground on US-301 S in
Starke. The dinner will include
salad, spaghetti, garlic bread,
drinks and dessert. Tickets are $5
and can be purchased at the
campground office or by calling
352-473-7712. Tickets will also
be available at the door. Proceeds
will be matched by Thrivent
Financial for Lutherans and will
be used for evangelism. The
public is welcome.
New Beginning Lighthouse of
Prayer, .102 E. Brownlee St.,
will have a three-night revival
featuring Dr. Geraldine Eady of
Jesup, Ga. beginning
Wednesday, Feb. 23, through
Friday, Feb. 25. For information,
call Pastor Sylvia E. Jefferson,
9(4-368-0441. or 904-964-7255.
The public is in, ned.
First Presbyterian Church of
Starke \% l host the \%,.rld D:'.
of Pra -er n Frida,. Mlrch 4. 11
a.m.. flhllo\ed b\ a co ercd dish
lunch. Bring a covered dish. The
public V. in' ited.
St. Edward's Catholk Church
in Starke %%ill host a Nard sale
FridaN, Feb. 25. and Saturday.


Feb. 26, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Proceeds will benefit tsunami
victims and confirmation brunch
for youth. The sale will be inside
and outside the social hall, rain
or shine. The public is invited.
Morgan Road Baptist Church
will host a concert featuring the
gospel trio "Forgiven," on
Saturday, March 5, 6 p.m. The
public is invited. Light
refreshments will be served.
A love offering will be collected.
Call 9654-5127 for information.
ML Zion AME Church of
Lawtey will have its anniversary
service on Sunday, Feb. 27,
3 p.m. Sis. Mary Brown is
President; the Rev. Marva T.
Mitchell is pastor. The public is
invited.
Keystone Heights Christian
Church, on SR-21, will host a
revival Friday, March 4, 7 p.m.,
Saturday, March 5, 7 p.m. and
Sunday, March 6, 10:30 a.m. and
5 p.m. Keith Smith will be
preaching and his wife Jennifer
will be leading worship. The
theme of the revival is "Get the
Urge" Developing the Inner
Dri\e to (). ercw'ne Lite'\ Fear
and Failure. The public is
mn\ lited. Call 352-4713-0 0 ifor
in fIrma ion
First United MNethodist Church
of Slarke Ill ih,-ld it, .,emi-
annual rurnm .ge sale Frida', arnd
Sarurda,. M.irch 4 and 5, 3a.m
until 2 p.m. in ilh Fell,'..ship
Hall. 20) N. Walnut S[


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Bradford majorettes earn superior ratings at Florida Band contest
r ni/


On Feb. 5, the Bradford Middle School and Bradford High School Majorette Squads The High school squad is under the direction of Tammy McCormick. They also earned a
performed at the Florida Bandmaster Association contest in Alachua. The middle superior rating. The squad includes (I-r): first row, Lindiey Sexton, Samantha Buxton,
school squad scored a superior rating. The squad includes (I-r): Tymber Tatum, Kassie Moran; second row, Kaylynn Allen and Jenna Prevatt. Vickie Moran is the
Shelby Carlton, Ccurtney Sexton, Megan Hodges and Cassie Cooliage. Cindy majorette mom.
Carlton is themajorette mom.


TATUM
Continued from p. 1A
money into assistini the school
by doing everything from
spending countless hours
reading to young children to
buying books and computers to
put into their hands.
Marvin Rosier, a long-time
city commissioner for Lawtey,
said he has been very aware of
the Work Tatum has done in
the school there over the years.
He said her devotion of both
her time and her money to
helping local students has
always impressed him.
"Any recognition bestowed
upon (Tatum) is amply
deserved," said Rosier.
Tatum's .assistance in
founding the Communities in
Schools (CIS) program grew
out of her love foi education.
Tatum served on the
founding board of CIS in 1999
and continues to serve today.
She is chairman of the board
this year. CIS is a nonprofit
organization that secures
grants for programs that
benefit local sruderit -
programs ni:the; focal, school
district cannot afford to fund
for itself.
Mentoring programs for
young children, scholarship
programs for at-risk students
and transportation to classes
for adult students who are
trying to get training that will
lead them into employment
and off public assistance are
just a few examples of "hat
CIS provides for local people.
Tatum herself meets ith an
at-risk high school student one
day each week as a mentor for
the Take Stock in Children
program. This program
identifies students who are at
risk of not finishing high
school and offers them a
compleiel p paid college
education if they keep their
grades up and stay out of
trouble at school and w ith la\w
enforcement
According to Jim Biggs.
execuii\e director of CIS since
its inception. Tatum is one of
the driving forces behind the
program.
"She has always been and
continues to be one of the
major reasons our organization
has been successful." said
Biggs.
He said that Tatum is always
willing to help ,whenever she is


called upon.
She also serves on the
advisory board for the Home
Instruction for Parents of
Preschool Youngsters (HIPPY)
program. This grant-funded
program. provides special
assistance to first-time parents
and guardians of preschodl-
aged children who might be
considered at risk.
Providing the materials and
training to parents in order to
ensure that young children get
the help and instruction they
need prior to entering school is
one of the main concerns of
HIPPY.
Teila Pearson, chairman of
the HIPPY board, said Tatum
is honest and dependable and
can be called on to help meet
any need the community may
have.
"(She) is an asset to this
community," said Pearson.
."-She) is one of those people I
can always call on for help."
Pearson said Tatum "is
always giving her time in
many different areas of the
community,, helping to raise
.money for all different kinds
of organizations."
While feeling education is
extremely important, Tatum
said she is also aware that
some people in the community
don't have adequate housing.
Because it is hard for a child to
do homework in a home
without adequate heat or
protection from the elements,
Tatum realized this need had
to be addressed for the
community as well.
':In 1993 she was
instrumental in establishing
what became the Affordable
Housing "Advisory Board for
the State Housing Initiative
Program (SHIP). She has
served on that board since that
time and has served more than
one term as chairman. As a
board member, she helps
ensure that grants and low-cost
loans are available to local
low--income people so the\ can
finance homes to provide
decent housing for their
families.
"She has displaced strong
personal coimmrrinient to the
success of the iSHIPi
program," -,aid County Clerk
Ray Norman. He said he has
kno, n Tatum all his life. "I
ha e always known her to be
an individual of the highest
moral character. She has
de\oted countless hours to the


service of others by involving
herself in many nonprofit
organizations."
Tatum is also a member of
the Starke Altrusa Club and
works to provide breast cancer
and other health awareness
information to local women.
The group also provides
programs that highlight the
importance of reading to local
youngsters and provides
college scholarships for local
high school graduates.
Tatum will serve this year as
chairman of the Board of
Governors of the North Florida
Regional Chamber of
Commerce. She has served on
the board for several years, but
became chairman of the board
in January.
Jeff Oody, past chairman of
the board, described Tatum as
a person who can explain
situations that seem to be
unexplainable, a person who
can accomplish things that
seem to be impossible and a
person who is always
organized to the point that she
can give a quick and reliable
answer to almost any question.
That may sound more like
Houdini, but Oody said he was
definitely describing Tatumj
He said she is respected for
her positive attitude and
"shares her attitude with others
without even knowing she
did."
Oody said he has sat on a
number of different boards
with'Tatum and has grown to
deeply respect her over the 10
years they have known one
another.
He said Tatum's work on the
chamber board has
instrumental to a number of
projects. "She has always
represented our area with the
utmost respect from the other
board members, as well as
from those groups who were
visiting from outside the
county," said Oody.
She is also a member of the
Starke Women'.s Club and
helps that group provide a
number of community ser ice
projects.


CODE
Continued from p. 2A
Cleaning up properties i the
city of Starke other than the ice
plant vas a topic raised during
the city commission's strategic


workshop last week. Starke
officials feel the step is
necessary to improve the city's
image and increase civic pride
- both goals arising during the
strategic 'planning workshop.
There was also talk of
sponsoring a citywide cleanup
event. There are also cases that
pose a danger to the public.
Reach Mark Crawford at
gov@bctelegraph.com or 904-
964-6305.

Former Starke

woman to be

honored
Shelandoah Session-Willis,
formerly of Starke, will be
honored in -an anniversary
celebration that will include
events at three churches where
she has served as evangelist.
Each event features a number
of special speakers and musical
presentations.
On Friday, Feb. 25, at 7 p.m.,
a special service and musical
event will be held at the New
Mt. Zion Church at 2401 Lundy
R oad ;-in Palatka, 1'..' i,:< i;
On Saturday', 'Feb. 26, at 5
p.m. an event'will'be held at
The Lord's Temple at 140
Gilmore Street in Hastings.
On Sunday, Feb. 27, at 3
p.m., an event is set for Mt Zion
AME Church at 300 Chase
Street in Hastings.

BC health

advisory.

committee

forming
Episcopal Children's
Services, the group that runs the
Bradford County HeadStart
program, .is forming a Health
Services Advisory Committee
for Bradford County.
Professionals from the fields
of health, mental health and
dealing with disabilities are
needed for this committee.
which \\ill provide guidance on
the most effective waN to serve
the needs of the people living in
Bradford County.
The committee will meet
Monday. MNarch 14. at 11:30
a In at Western Steer
steakhouse on US-301 in
Starke. Lunch will be served.


Call 904-964-8280 for more
information or to let organizers
know you will be attending.

Front line

luncheon set
The monthly luncheon for
front line personnel
(receptionists, administrative
assistants, etc.) is set for
Monday, Feb. 28, at noon at
Western Steer steakhouse on.
US-301 in Starke.
Sponsor for this month's
event is Jennings Insulation.
Representatives from chamber
member businesses can enjoy
lunch for free. Representatives
from nonmembers can enjoy
lunch and the program for 10
each.
If you plan to attend, please
call Pam Whittle at 904-964-
5278.

Uniform sale

set Mach 16
The Shands at Starke hospital -
auxiliary is hosting a uniform
and shoe sale in the atrium on
Wednesday, Marc, 1,6, from 7
a.m to p.m .. i -
Medical personnel uniforms
and shoes will be on sale by
First Uniform Inc. A portion of
the proceeds will go to the
hospital auxiliary to fund
projects that benefit patients
and staff at Shands at Starke.
Cash, check and credit cards
will be accepted. Hospital
employees can opt for payroll
deduction.

Habitat board

meets Feb. 28
The board .of directors of
Habitat for Humanity pf
Bradford County will meet
Monday, Feb. 28, from 5-6 p.m.


at the First Presbyterian Church
of Starke on Call. Street (SR-
230) across from the hospital.

NAACP talent

show changed
The Bradford 'County
Chapter of the NAACP has
rescheduled its Talented Youth
Competition for Saturday,
March 18, at 6:30 p m.
It was previously scheduled
for Februarn. For more
information, call Patricia Smith
at 904-782-3023, .or ,Cynthia
Ross at 904-782-3107.
Volunteers are also needed to
help with the program.

Crosby
reunion
planned for
March 5
All descendants of Andrew
Crosby are invited to a family
reunion on Saturday, March 5,
at the, Bradford County
fairgrounds, building #3.
The reunion will begin at 10
a.m. and lunct y Al,' SeaE'O
at noon. Bringn9fh4dGhf
family and tea to drink.
For information, call 904-
964-9242.


Free exercise

class set in

Starke
A free adult exercise class is
being sponsored by the Starke
Recreation Department on
Monday, Wednesday and
Friday each week from 9-9:30'
a.m. at the Pratt Street
recreation center. For more
information, call 904-964-6792.


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community

blood drive
All members of the Starke
community are invited to give
blood on Friday and Saturday,
March 4-5, between 9:30 a.m.
and 6 p.m. For the convenience
of donors, the drive will be held
at Wal-Mart in the Deerfoot
Shopping Center on US-301
and at Winn-Dixie on SR-100.
"Give someone a tomorrow,
today," said LifeSouth donor
recruiter Dave Luke. "Please
donate blood."
This drive is sponsored by
WEAG Radio and Lucian's
Heating and Air Conditioning.
All donors receive a special
recognition item and a
cholesterol screening. For more
information about becoming a
blood donor, please contact
LifeSouth at 352-334-1000 or
visit www.lifesouth.org.
Donors must be at least 17
years old, weigh 110 pounds or
more, and..have a valid photo
H).
LifeSouth .is.the sole blood
supplier for 39 medical
facilities, in 17 counties in
North Central Florida including
Shands at LFP, the VA Medical
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LifeSouth is..: a nonprofit,
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supplying more than 11,0
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Main Street

program to be

discussed
The Main Street program is a
grass roots effort run by
members of the community in
an effort to revitalize the
downtown area of Starke.
An informational workshop
on Main Street has been set for
Friday, Feb. 25 at 8 a.m. 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.





courses begin
Bus driver training classes
begin Monday, March 7, at the
Bradford-Union Vo-Tech on
WestWeldon Street in Starke.
For more information. call
904-966-6764.





LEGALS
STATE OF FLORIDA, CRIMINAL
JUSTICE STANDARDS &
TRAINING COMMISSION,
Petrtioner
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
tiled 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
Sor before Apnl 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. Linda Hodges,
Division Representative
2/10 4tchg. 3/3
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, Flonda 32315-3168. If a
request for heanng is not received by
21 days from the date of the last
publication, the right to hearing in this
matter will be waived and the,
Department of Agriculture and
Consumer Services will dispose of
this cause in accordance with law.
2/10 4tchg. 3/3
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 Main Street,
Alachua, Florida 32615; Phone
386/462-6407 by depositing $100.00
(plus shipping). Partial sets will not
be issued. Only Contractors 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

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH.JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA
Case No.: 04-2005-DR-71
ANGELINA'V. MARKS,
Petitioner
and
PATRICK L. MARKS,
Respondent
NOTICE OF ACTION FOR
DISSOLUTION OF
MARRIAGE
TO: Patrick L. Marks,
1313 Charles Ct.,
Starke, FL 32091.
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action
has been filed.against you and that
you are required to serve a copy of
your defenses, if any, to it on Angelina
V. Marks, whose address is P.O. Box
1294, Starke, FL 32091, on or before
March 22, 2005, and file the original
with the clerk of this Court at
Bradford County Courthouse, P.O.
Drawer B, Starke, FL 32091, before
service on Petitioner or immediately
thereafter. If you fail to do so, a default
may be entered against you for the
relief demanded in the petition.
Copies of all court documents in this
case, including orders, are available
at the Clerk of the Circuit Court's
office. You may review these
documents upon request.
You must keep the Clerk of the
Circuit Court's office notified of your
current address. (You may file Notice
of Current Address, Florida Supreme
Court Approved Family Law Form
12.915.). Future papers in this lawsuit
will be mailed to the address on
record at the clerk's office.
WARNING: Rule 12.285, Florida
Family Law Rules of Procedure,
requires certain automatic disclosure
of documents and information.
Failure to comply can result in
sanctions, including dismissal or
striking of pleadings.
CLERK OF THECIRCUIT COURT
By: Tasher Allen
Deputy Clerk
2/174tpd.3/10

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR
BRADFORD COUNTY
Case No. 04-2005-CA-19
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
Chase Home Finance, LLC S/B/M to
Chase Manhattan Mortgage
Corporation,
PLAINTIFF,
Vs.
Jodiesha D. Clem; Unknown
'pHt.6bh(s)lrlI pIbsssion oflie"'''
subject real property, f giving, and' ail
-unKnmiwn. prties.laimingby.,'* .t
through, under and against the above
named defendants) who are not
known to be dead or alive, whether
said unknown parties may claim an
interest as spouses, heirs, devisees,
grantees, or other claimants,
DEFENDANT.
NOTICE OF ACTION-
TO:
Jodiesha D. Clem if living and all
unknown parties claiming by,
through, under and against the above
named defendants) who are not
known to be dead or alive, whether
said unknown parties may claim an
interest as spouses, heirs, devisees,
grantees, or other claimants whose
last known address is: 6197 NW
County Road 125 Lawtey, FL 32058-
2751
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action
for foreclosure of mortgage on the
following described property;
A PARCEL OF LAND CONTAINING
1.42 ACRES, MORE OR LESS,
AND LYING IN THE NW 1/4 OF
THE 1/4 SECTION 14, TOWNSHIP
6 SOUTH, RANGE 21 EAST,
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA;
SAID PARCEL BEING MORE
PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS
FOLLOWS:
COMMENCE AT AN IRON PIPE
.FOUND AT THE NORTHWEST
CORNER OF SAID SECTION 14
AND RUN NORTH 88 DEGREES,
37 MINUTES AND 09 SECONDS
EAST, ALONG THE NORTHERLY
THEREOF BOUNDARY, 662.98
FEET TO A SET IRON ROD,
THENCE SOUTH 01 DEGREE, 01
MINUTE AND 07 SECONDS EAST,
448.74 FEET TO A SET IRON ROD;
THENCE NORTH 88 DEGREES, 34
MINUTES AND 36 SECONDS
EAST, 139.30 FEET TO A SET
IRON ROD FOR THE POINT OF
BEGINNING.. FROM POINT OF
BEGINNING THUS DESCRIBED
CONTINUE NORTH 88 DEGREES,
34 MINUTES AND 36 SECONDS
EAST, 135.47 FEET TO A SET
IRON ROD; THENCE SOUTH 01
DEGREE 30 MINUTES AND 21
SECONDS EAST, PARALLEL WITH
THE WESTERLY BOUNDARY OF
THE RIGHT OF WAY OF COUNTY
ROAD 225 (FORMERLY STATE
ROAD 225), 448.72 FEET TO A SET .
IRON ROD, THENCE SOUTH 88
DEGREES, 34 MINUTES AND 36
SECONDS WEST, 139.29 FEET TO
A .SET IRON ROD; THENCE
NORTH 01 DEGREES, 01
MINUTES 07 SECONDS WEST,
487.73 FEET TO THE POINT OF
BEGINNING.
PRESERVING THEREFROM AN
EASEMENT FOR INGRESS AND


EGRESS OVER THE SOUTHERLY
30:00 FEET THEREOF.
ABOVE DESCRIBED PARCEL
BEING CONVEYED WITH A
RIGHT OF INGRESS AND
EGRESS OVER A 60.00 FOOT
STRIP OF LAND LYING 30.00 FEET
-ON EACH SIDE OF THE
FOLLOWING. DESCRIBED
CENTERLINE: COMMENCE AT
AN IRON PIPE FOUND AT THE
NORTHWEST CORNER OF SAID
SECTION 14 AND RUN NORTH 88
DEGREES, 37 MINUTES AND 09
SECONDS EAST, ALONG THE
NORTHERLY BOUNDARY
THEREOF, 331.71 FEET TO A SET
IRON ROD; THENCE SOUTH 01
DEGREE, 01 MINUTE AND 07
SECONDS EAST 897.69 FEET TO
A CONCRETE MONUMENT SET
AT THE WESTERLY TERMINUS
OF SAID CENTERLINE FOR THE
POINT OF BEGINNING. FROM


Feb. 24, 2005 TELEGRAPH Page 7A
RAY NORMAN


POINT OF BEGINNING THUS
DESCRIBED RUN NORTH 88
DEGREES, 34 MINUTES AND 36
SECONDS EAST, ALONG SAID
CENTERLINE, 950.32 FEET TO AN
IRON ROD SET ON THE
WESTERLY BOUNDARY OF THE
RIGHT OF WAY OF COUNTY
ROAD 225(FORMERLY STATE
ROAD 225) AND THE END OF
SAID CENTERLINE; TOGETHER
WITH A MOBILE HOME
VIN#FLFLY70A28774AV21 AND
VIN#FLFLY70B28774AV21.
has been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of your
written defenses, if any, to it, on
KATHERINE CHAMBERS, Attorney
for the Plaintiff, whose address is
Codilis & Stawiarski, P.A.
4010 Boy Scout Boulevard, Suite 450
Tampa, FL 3360.7
on or before thirty days from the date
of the first publication of this notice
and file the original with the Clerk of
this Court either before service on
Plaintiff's attorney or immediately
thereafter; otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the relief
demanded in the complaint.
NOTE: Pursuant to the Fair Debt
Collection Practices Act you are
advised that this law firm is deemed
to be a debt collector attempting to
collect a debt and any information
obtained will be used for that purpose.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said Court on Feb. 4, 2005.
Ray Norman
As Clerk of the Court
By: Carol Williams
As Deputy Clerk
CODILIS & STAWIARSKI, P.A.
4010 Boy Scout Boulevard, Suite 450
Tampa, FL 33607
Telephone: (813) 877-6008
C&S #10-04-4558
2/17 2tchg. 2/24

PUBLIC NOTICE
Public Notice Bradford Self Storage
will hold a Public Auction on
February 28th at 5:15 P.M. At 2100 N.
Temple Ave, Starke, FL on the
following storage unit containing
personal items.
#8 Belonging to Robin Baxter
#15 Belonging to Cheryl A. Parks
#9 Belonging to Ursula Hedges
2/17 2tchg. 2/24
PUBLIC NOTICE
The Town of Brooker will hold a
Public Hearing on Tuesday, March
8th at 7:00 P.M. The Hearing is
called to consider closing a 16'
easement that runs through Block 13
Ward City (presently known as
Brooker).-
2/24 1tchg.

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
BRADFORD COUNTY
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO. 04-CA-653
MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC
REGISTRATION
SYSTEMS, INC. AS NOMINEE
FOR CHASE
MANHATTAN MORTGAGE
CORPORATION,
Plaintiff,
Vs.
WALLACE LEE, et al.,
Defendantss.
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
e..s i O' .(-r SALE r:, n)
-NOTICE-IS HEREB'Y GIVEN
- pursuant to a Final Judgment of
Foreclosure dated Feb. 16, 2005, and
entered in Case No. 04-CA-653 of the
Circuit Court of the EIGHTH Judicial
Circuit in and for BRADFORD
County; Florida wherein
MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC
REGISTRATION SYSTEMS, INC.
AS NOMINEE FOR CHASE
MANHATTAN MORTGAGE
CORPORATION is Plaintiff and
WALLACE LEE, et al., are
Defendants, I will sell to the highest
and best bidder for cash in the
Courthouse, in STARKE,
BRADFORD County, Florida, 11:00
AM o' clock on the 17th day of March,
2005, the following described
property as set forth in said Final
Judament. to wit:


EXHIBIT A
A PARCEL OF LAND
THE SE 1/4 OF BLOC
RANGE 2 EAST O
TEMPLE'S SUBDIVIS
CITY OF STARKE, A
RECORDED IN DEE
PAGE 424, OF Tl
RECORDS OF
COUNTY, FLORI
PARCEL BEIN(
PARTICULARLY DES
FOLLOWS: COMME
NAIL FOUND AT
CORNER OF SAID S
BEING THE INTERS
THE CENTERLINE C
ROAD AND OLD LAV
AND RUN EASTERLY
SOUTHERLY BOU
SAID SE 1/4 AND A
CENTERLINE OF SA
ROAD, 30.00 FEET
ON SOUTHERLY F
TION OF THE
BOUNDARY OF THE
WAY OF SAID OL
ROAD; THENCE N
ALONG SAID S
PROLONGATION A
SAID EASTERLY
155.00 FEET TO A SE
FOR THE POINT OF
FROM POINT OF
THUS DESCRIBED,
NORTHERLY ALOI
EASTERLY BOUND,
FEET TO AN IRON F
ON THE SC
BOUNDARY OF THI
WAY OF A 50 FOC
STREET THENCE
ALONG LAST SAID S
BOUNDARY AND
WITH SAID MARK
100.00 FEET TO Fi
PIPE; THENCE S
PARALLEL WITH THI
BOUNDARY OF
LAWTEY. ROAD, 125.0
FOUND IRON PIP
WESTERLY PARALLEL
'MARKET ROAD, 100
THE POINT OF BEGII
a/k/a 400 Diggs Ter
Florida 32091
DATED this ,17th day
2005.
As Cler
By: C
As
*Submiitted by:
Faberi& Gitlitz, P.A.
9830S.W. 77TH Avenu
Second Floor
Miami, Florida 33156
(305)1662-4110

IN THE CIRCUIT CC
EIGHTH JUDICIAL
FLORIDA
BRADFC
GENERAL J
CASE NC
CHASE MANHATTAN
MORTGAGE
CORPORATION,
Plaintiff,
Vs.
DANIEL E. BURNS, e
Defendantss.
NOTICE OF FOR
SALE
NOTICE IS HER
pursuant to a Final
Foreciosur-e a3le
i2Q06,,and entered in
.662-CA. ol the Circu
EIGHTH Judicial Cir
BRADFORD Cou
wherein CHASE
MORTGAGE CORI
Plaintiff and DANIEL
al., are Defendants,
highest and best bidde
Courthouse, in
BRADFORD County
AM o'clock on the 21
2005, the followii
property as set fortl
Judgment, to wit:
EXHIBIT A
A parcel of land cont
more or less, and lyin
of the SW 1/4 of sectic
7 South, Range 21
County, Florida, sai
more particularly
follows:


Commence at a concrete monument
found at the Southeast corner of said
STRYING IN NW 1/4 of SW 1/4 and run North 00
;K 1 NORTH, degrees, 33 minutes and 37 seconds
F SIMON J West, along the Easterly boundary
SION IN THE thereof, 1059.08 feet to a set iron rod
S PER PLAT for the Point of Beginning. From Point
D BOOK "C" of Beginning thus described run South
HE PUBLIC 89 degrees, 32 minutes and 12
BRADFORD seconds West, parallel with the
DA: SAID Northerly boundary of said NW 1/4 of
G MORE SW 1/4, a distance of 328.79 feet,
SCRIBED AS thence North 00 degrees, 16 minutes
ENCE AT A and 58 seconds West parallel with
THE SW the Westerly boundary of said NW
'E 1/4 (ALSO 1/4 of SW 1/4, a distance of 132.00
ECTION OF feet; thence North, 89 degrees, 32
OF MARKET minutes and 12 second East, parallel
VTEY ROAD) with the Northerly boundary of the
ALONG THE NW 1/4 of the SW 1/4, a distance of
NDARY OF 328.15 feet to an iron rod set on the
ALONG THE Easterly boundary of said NW 1/4 of/
\ID MARKET SW 1/4 thence South 00 degrees, 33
TO A POINT minutes and 37 seconds East along
PROLONGA- said Easterly boundary,.132.00 feet to
EASTERLY the Point of Beginning.
E RIGHT OF Reserving therefrom an easement for
.D LAWTEY ingress, egress and utilities over the
IORTHERLY Westerly 15.00 feet thereof.
OUTHERLY Above described parcel being
ND ALONG conveyed with a 30.00 foot easement
BOUNDARY. for ingress, egress and utilities over
-T IRON ROD the following described parcel: The
BEGINNING. Northerly 30.00 feet of the Westerly
BEGINNING 1040.00 feet and the Easterly 30.00
CONTINUE feet of the Westerly 1005.00 feet of
G SAID the Northerly 1238.00 feet of said NW
ARY, 125.00 1/4 of SW 1/4.
PIPE FOUND Above described parcel also being
)UTHER LY conveyed with a right of ingress and
ERIGHT OF egress over the following described
)T GRADED parcels Commence at a Concrete
EASTERLY monument located at the Northwest
SOUTHERLY corner of the NE 1/4 of the NE 1/4 or
PARALLEL Section 10,Township 7 South, Range
KET ROAD, 21 East, and run South 00 degrees, 07
OUND IRON minutes and 19 seconds East, along
OUTHERLY the Westerly boundary thereof,
E EASTERLY 157.72 East to the Southerly boundary
SAID OLD of the right of way of County Road
00 FEET TO A 225 (formerly State Road S-225);
E; THENCE thence South 77 degrees, 14 minutes
EL WITH SAID and 19 seconds East, along said
.00 FEET TO Southerly boundary 405.77 feet to the
NNING. centerline of an existing road for the
.race, Starke, Point of Beginning (said road being 60
feet in width and lying 30 feet on each
of February, side of a centerline described as
S follows. From Point of Beginning thus
:AY NORMAN described run South 00 degrees, 07
k of said Court minutes and 19 seconds East,
Carol Williams parallel with the Westerly boundary
s Deputy Clerk of said NE 1/4 of NE 1/4, a distance of
378.18 feet, thence South 15 degrees,
15 minutes and 41 seconds West,
ue 374.65 feet; thence South 20 degrees,
44 minutes and 49 seconds East,
33.96 East to the end of said 60 foot
road and the beginning of a road 20
2/24 2tchg. 3/3 feet in width and lying 10 feet on each
side of said centerline; thence
)URT OF THE continue South 20 degrees, 44
L CIRCUIT OF minutes and 49 seconds East, along
k, IN AND FOR said centerline, 30.88 feet, thence
)RD COUNTY South 21 degrees, 12 minutes and 57
URISDICTION seconds East, 438.28 feet to a.set iron
DIVISION rod; thence South 21 degrees, 22
. 2004-662-CA minutes and 11 seconds East, 330.29
N feet to an intersection with the
centerlife of a road 30 feet in width
and lying 15 feet on each side of the
following described centerlines
thence South 42 degrees, 52 minutes
tal., and 49 seconds West, 274.13 feet to a
set iron rod; thence south 17 degrees,
ECLOSURE 50 minutes and 49 seconds West,
174.13 feet to a set iron rod;-thence
EBY GIVEN South 17 degrees, 50 minutes and 25
Judgment of seconds.East,.418.91 feet toa set iron
Fetrtuarj: 1e.r rod (last said iron rod being 15.00 feet
Case No., D004-. ltihqrly of the S utherly.ui.ry
it Court of ime f .SE 1 '4 of'the Nl1 4of'sai
rcuit in and for section 10 when measured at right
nty, Florida angles therefrom); thence South 89
MANHATTAN degrees, 53 minutes and 43 seconds
PORATION is East, parallel with last said Southerly
E. BURNS, et boundary, 686.05 feet to an iron rod
I will sell to the set on the Easterly boundary of said
or for cash in the SE 1/4 of NE 1/4 and the end of said
STARKE, centerline (last said iron rod being
, Florida, 11:00 located 15.00 feet Northerly at the
st day of March, Southeast corner of said SE 1/4 of
ng described NE1/4.
h in said Final TOGETHER WITH THOSE
MOBILE HOMES) #GEO1345363 &
GE01345364 CURRENTLY
aining 1.0acre, LOCATED ON THE REAL
igintheNW1/4 PROPERTY DESCRIBED: IN
on 11,Township EXHIBIT A. a/k/a RT 4 Box 4593,
East, Bradford Starke, Florida 32091.
d parcel being DATED this 17 day of February,
described as 2005.


As Clerk of said Court
Ry: Carol Williams
As Deputy Clerk
Submitted by.
Faber & Gitlitz, P.A.
9830 S.W. 77th Avenue
Second Floor
Miami, Florida 33156,
(305) 662-4110
2/24 2tchg. 3/3
PUBLIC AUCTION
Spratlin Towing and Recovery, Inc.
will be having a Public Auction at 10
a.m. on the following days:
March 18, 2005
1989 Dodge Omni white
1 B3BL18D4KC499417
1992 Chrysler Lebaron black
1C3XU4537NF221360
1988 Mercury Grand Marquis white
2MEBM75F8JX679701
1989 Honda Civic light blue
2HGED6458KH500510
April 1,2005
1995 Dodge Neon green
3B3ES47CXST313037
1995 Buick Century red
1G4AG55M8S6409268
1994 Dodge Dakota black
1B7FL26YXRW145518
1.985 Chevrolet C20 White
1GCGC24M7FS172506
1985 Amer Jeep Wagoneer white
1JCUC7564FT168664
1994 Toyota Pickup green
4TAVNI3D6RZI93674
Spratlin Towing is located at 18536
US Hwy 301 North, Starke FL 32091.
2/24 2tchg. 3/3
PUBLIC AUCTION
C&C Mini-S.torage will have a public
auction at 9:30 a.m. on Feb. 26, 2005,
at Handi-House Portable Buildings.
1-78 Pearl Williams
1-19 Jaqueline Bradley
2-45 Earlicia Young
1-66 Christina DC
1-76 Kelly Dukes
1-82 Elizabeth Rathbum
2-15 James Redmond
2-57 Blair Moyers
2-76 Betty Saxon
2/24 1tchg.
NOTICE OF PUBLIC
HEARING
Notice is hereby given that proposed
Ordinance No. 2005-01 whose title
appears below, will be considered for
enactment by the Town Council of the
Town of Brooker, on March 8, 2005 at
7:00 p.m., or as soon thereafter as
may be heard, at Town Hall, Brooker,
Bradford County, Florida. A copy of
the proposed ordinance may be
inspected by any member of the
public at Town Hall, Brooker, Florida.
Anyone wishing to be heard should
appear at the meeting.
AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE
LAND DEVELOPMENT
REGULATIONS OF THE TOWN
OF BROKER, FLORIDA BY
ADDING ARTICLE 17 ENTITLED
W I R E L E S S
TELECOMMUNICATIONS
TOWERS AND ANTENNAS";
PROVIDING DEFINITIONS;
PROVIDING FOR PERMITTED
LOCATIONS; PROVIDING
CONDITIONS FOR PERMITTED
USES; ACCESSORY USES, AND
SPECIAL USES; PROVIDING FOR
PERMITS AND /LEASE
AGREEMENT; PROVIDING FOR
SEVERABILITY; PROVIDING. FOR
REPEALER; AND PROVIDING
FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE.::'
.,i.,:; .r I.n .... ii ln- .2/24-4tchg.-
ADVERTISEMENT OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
undersigned intends to sell the
personal property described below to
enforce a lien imposed on said
property under the Florida Self
Storage Facility Act Statutes (83.801-
83.809). The undersigned will sell at
public sale by competitive bidding on
the 9th day of March at 12:00 noon, on
the premises where said property
has been stored and which are
located at Santa Fe Storage, 300
North Main St., Waldo, Florida,
County of Alachua, State of Florida
the following:
Scott Sprague, unit #B-20
Jeremy Muensterman, unit #B-23, B-
32, B-33
Michelle Gemanht, unit #B-19.
2/24 2tchg. 33


,EMR








Page8A TELEGRAPH Feb.24.2005


Hampton applies for grant


for water system upgrade


By JAMES WILLIAMS
liontor Staft "riter

TIc H. ,'pr..n C i>, C..uncil
I.. E ,, i- ch ., d -..,Jss the
.,., p 'r, ,p, Ii1 l",ini unnit
L I '.,pir..-r Bl, ,kl G rant

k r I'. nila i -r.' o
t) Illjiiei r .jild -\ L late
IclircJ -l'n p.iiramneters for
-l, r, h I .M : ,, .h-,J'rh Ml zel
:.a, the I,.'. i' had alread'i
, 1.e. d a CDB[C-i ranl for
.. tjcl ll I I. I'.llng I alld .a'
-, c c lii fe r addition al
t ii .n ihtwi categ Other
a. Leg'.rIc- i aie open to
H.m.in,'i l-, h .. '. er
Thie prop '- ed ''t l ll .n)lI l
r._.r l ill target CL it senr. ices
Tfhe Co:unti. l tugcsted the new*
nind- be applied it Hampton's
..ater .. .tem. especially
-eplacemenir, of pipes and
nicters it \as unclear whether
ithe funds could be used to


relocate the citN's w, after tank
[o a less residential area.
The federal funds can repair
onl. those sidewalks disrupted
h\ iater sNstem repairs
H,-..e\er .sidewalks might be
funded b\ another category
titled "unaddressed needs
The council expressed regret
that the grant could not co\er
renovations to the firehouse or
s'ater system problems outside
the city limits
There %%ere onls (\%o
Hampton residents at the
meeting, other than council
members and no comments or
questions were presented by
the public at large. After
council discussion, a motion to
proceed with the block grant
request \ c.as cjrred
Hampton's Chief of Police
lohn Hodges reported that 59
citations were issued during
the month. Chief Hodges
stated that recent Article 5
re'sions may ha\e caused a
decrease in citations around


the state since tiles and towns
no\w receive smaller portion
of penalties and fees
In addition, he said. more
vwIlators were being driven
into criminal status for non-
pa'.ment of the revision's
higher penalties and fees.
Hodges also reported that the
Late\ Police Department had
gi\en the cian of Hampton an
additional police car.
Legal counsel John Maine-s
presented an interlocal
agreement ,'n counts-issued
building permits for council
signature The coulnt handles
Hampton zoning issues on
behalf of the cnI.
Hampton City Clerk Jane
Hall also reported that Starke's
animal control unit would now
request her authorization
before answering routine but
billable calls Animal control
would respond w without delay if
animals had already attacked
people, pets or other farm
animals


Meng Dairy project awarded


* Other projects wait
in the wings,

By MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegrapht Stat Writer

Harili R. Ellington
Con'tructio:n of Lake Butler
submitted the I-lv. 'id and s ill
Sbe pa ing lMeng Dairy Road.
The coLuntin, C omnmision
a,\arded the project i t Ellington
ai. a c.t of $665.481
According .i Count,. Engineer
Jcro me Kellc.. '.or-k v. ill begin
tfollo ing a preci-.nstructiorn
meeting, which \\as ,slated to be


TEAL
Continued from p. 1A
funds, but monre than these, she
gQ .es of her-elf Her willing
attitude and the %isacious
energy, she puts into so many
of our-proiiect s is emplar,."
it ..a- hose qualities that
earned her the title of
Clubv.i .man if the Y-ear for
2i H.4, said Best.
"She's iTeal'i the type of
mremnber esern club president
adores." said Best. "She asks
'\\'hat do ,ou want me to do?
How can I help?'"'
Best said Teal is always on
the lookout for \,wa\ to help
and is alw\ ays willing to
volunteerr for special dues on
the various committees the
club has
\\ith her background in
interior design. she is usually
the firs. one on an.r committee
that i-s planning an event or
gathering
She e'en -c-chaired the
reno atioIn project that recently
restored the historic woman's
club building to its former
glor u1iing state grant funds.
She a s instrumental
throughout the planning and
renov aulon stages of the project
and esen contributed funding
for the sound system that
makes the historic building a
desired gathering place for a
number of commune\ social
e ents.
She and other members are
currently Iniioled in planning
the restoration of the fountain
iand garden at the historic
building
Teal ha- also c,-cihaired the
",oman's club gala social esent
;or three :ear- and currently
co-chairs the club's house
committee. She is also part of
the group that opens the
Strav. berry Cafe to serse
fundraiser lunches and
breakfast- during large
do. ntov n e'.ents like the
annual arts festi al.
E\elN n \V omack
commendedd Teal's ,w ork with
the vooman's, club and said her
v'. or k Ilh A ltrusa
International. a business and
professional women's club.
has also been outstanding.
"She is trul', a woman of
distinction in e'.er\ aspect of
J.her life." said \omack.
"She prefers to be the
bchind-the-scenes person and
resists recognition in every
*was,," said Womack of Teal.
"She is irul. the v.orkhorse of
these organizations E'.ers
event iTeal I is invol Ied in is
carried out s ith perfection. I
really, feel she desert, es this
h, hnor "
\\omack satd Teal has held
ceery office available in either
organization. ith the
exception of president a
result if her desire tll sas out
of the limelight


held this wseek.
At the suggestion of County
Chairman Doyle Thomas.
milling was also purchased to
"pave" three short roads off of
CR-229. At a cost of $10 a ton.
the crushed asphalt \will be
spread and compacted to
pro\ ide a hard surface for the
three roads: NW9 95' Place. NW
97L' Place and N\V 214'S Street.
The counts is also receiving
assistance from the state's
Small County Outreach
Program and the Small Count.
Road Assistance Program to
perform three more road
projects.
CR-225 will be widened
and resurfaced from SR-100 to


S I% ia Tatum said Teal has
helped a lot of people in
Bradford County. She has
participated in Toys for Tykes
and the Easter basket program
- both of which provide gifts
and treats for less fortunate
children in the community.
Tatum said Teal. a breast
cancer sur isor, is also willing
to serve in an\ eNent the
American Cancer Societ.
sponsors. "She is committed to
educating ,women on the
importance of mammography
and breast self-exams." said
Tatum. "She has been a major
force behind the annual
Altrusa Breast Cancer
A\sareness Luncheon." The
luncheon normally has more
than 200 in attendance
Teal has also been a team
captain for ACS' annual Relay
for Life which raises thousands
of dollars for Bradford County
cancer patients. "ITeali is
dependable and always ready
to help with any project in any
way. She is an asset to this
community." said Tatum.
Arley McRae..vice president
of the Habitat for Humanity
board of directors. said Teal
has been instrumental to that
group as %well. She became one
of the first to donate land and
gave the organization two
different lots. one of which
now hosts a Habitat home. The
second lot is destined for a
home in the future.
"iTeal.) was one of the first
to make a meaningful
contribution... (She) makes
generous and gracious
contributions for the
betterment of our community
virtually esery day and never
%%ants recognition for it. Her
heart is large when it comes to
helping other people," said
McRae.
The Rev. Mike Hutcherson.
pastor of the First United
Methodist Church of Starke,
said Teal serves the church as
secretary to the board of
trustees. "Her calm demeanor
and gentle manner make her a
natural mentor and ads isor and
her opinions and ideas are
accorded great respect." said
Hutcherson.

He said Teal has repeatedly
demonstrated care for her
family. her community, her
employees and her iellosw
church members.
Della Rosenberg said she
has known Teal for a number
of years through the various
organizations the two of them
participate in. "She is a great
people-person, kind and
thoughtful." said Rosenberg.
"It is amazing how much time
she gives to organizations and
still works full time."
W. Harvey Sharron, vice
president for development at
SFCC, said Teal has been
instrumental in a number of
SFCC projects in Bradford
County including the


the Cla\ Couni line.
SN'W CR-235 will be
resurfaced from SR-100 to CR-
229.
CR-1S will be resurfaced
from SR-231 to SR-100.
The amount allotted for all
three projects totals more than
$4.74 million, and all three
must be completed by the end
of 2006 As reimbursement
projects, the county will hire the
contractornsi to resurface the
roads and %will be reimbursed its
cost for doing so from the funds
aw% arded.

Reach Mark Crawford at
got @bcielegraph.com or 904-
964:6305.


development of the Andrews
Center from the historic 1902
Bradford County Courthouse,
the renovation of the Jones-
Rosenberg cultural center and
the building of the Lillian
Stump Education Center.
She has served on
fundraising committees for a
varietyy of projects and ihas.
participated on planning and
advisory committees for many
SFCC programs in Bradford
Count\.
Teal also played a key role
in Altrusa's efforts to endow
an SFCC scholarship program
that funds a scholarship for
twro to three students each
year. The group raised $30.00()
that was matched by state
funds of S30.000.

Chamber

board to meet

Feb. -24
The Board of Governors of
the North Florida Regional
Chamber of Commerce w ill
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.



Opportunity

extended to

correct zoning
Landow,.ners who have
discovered their zoning
classification was changed in
years past without their
knowledge are again being
offered the opportunity to have
the county commission correct
that error.
The deadline for submitting
an application for consideration
to the building and zoning
office is March 31.
Submitting an application
does not guarantee the board
s\ill agree to sponsor the
application. If the board does
agree, however, it will make an
application for the appropriate
zoning change on behalf of the
landowner and absorb the cost
of doing so.
Landowners must be
prepared to prove that their
zoning was changed after the
land was purchased and is, as a
result of the change, not
consistent with the present land
use.
Many such situations have
been discovered oser the past
two years or so. and ha e been
attributed to a countswide
zoning review that took place in
the 1990s.
The county's sponsorship of
an application does not
guarantee that the requested


4-H provides greater opportunititlesi


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For moire than a
ceniur\. 4-H ha, led
communities and their
leaders in recognizing
the poser and promise
of America's southh
Today. more than 6 S
million young people.
ages fi\e to Il. are
insolsed in 4-H
educational programs
ranging from
aerospace to zoology.
These "learn b\
doing" educational
experiences provide
young people ssith the
skills they need to be
successful throughout
life. 4-H has adopted
the umbrella message
of "4-H is a group of
young people across
America learning
citizenship, leadership
and life skills".
In Bradford Count\.
the 4-H louth
development program
reaches more than 190
young people in 16
co m m u n i -based
clubs led b\ 85 club
leaders and volunteerr
parents. These
volunteers contribute
more than 8.0()O hours
annually to help 4-H
members learn life
skills such as
communication.
leadership. decision-


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4. f r'l.
4-H'er Kaitlyn Griffis gets some tips on sewing from
l-nJ^a. ngan:aga -rntfnrrj Id


making. goal setting, record-keeping and much
more.
Bradford Counts 4-H southh are enrolled in
such projects as beef. swine. clothing goa't.
foods, shooting sports, horse. creative arts and
much more.
Not only are 4-H'ers preparing for the 2-005
Bradford County Fair with their animals, there
are several clubs that are heasil. in\oled in
community service projects. Ttwo clubs. Home
Grown Kids and Shooting Sports 4-H clubs
each received a $200 State Community Pride
Grant from Chevron-Texaco to collect food.
toys, clothing and books for families and
children in the community
The girls in the Clover Blossoms 4-H club
take on a different community ser ice project
each year. This year they are making -comloil
caps" for children going through chemotherapy '
at Shands. The\ recent beld a seeing do,,
where they completed 85 caps that w..ill be
distributed to the patients at a later date.
The Clover Blossoms club also plans on
hosting a "comfort cap" se\ ing booth at the
Second Annual Youth Day at the fair. Saturday.
April 2. They will have sewing machines set up
where both youth and adults can lsto'p nd"help
make these caps.
The GRITS (Girls Raised in the Southi 4-H
Club is in the process of planning a Spring Tea
and Fashion Shosw where the proceeds ill goI


change will be made The March test will be held through
application must still follow the March 3 Register at the Vo-
normal route of advertisement Tech on West Weldon Street in
and hearings before the zoning Starke
board and count. commission The GED test s\ill be
The board agreed last year to administered MNonday though
continue opening up such an Thursday, March --Ii. from
amnesty period each year. The s.311-9 p.m each night
board will not consider any
further requests this year.
however, if they are submitted An\one planning t. t ake the
after the stated deadline. MNarch GED tet '..ill ha,.e to
take the (GED orientation class
on Monday. March 7. at 4 30
D TABE pm at the \V-Tech.
GE TABE The nest Test t .JAdul Basic
Education iT.-\BEi wv ill be
testS Set at offered from now' through Feb.
17. The ne\t TABE Locator
Vo-Tech \\ill be provided on ruesday
The Bradford-Union \'o- Feb 15.
TFor more information, call
Tech %will administer the GED F 9 re information,
in March. Registration for the


auer enise ,rawor.
to help women in domestic violence swlkqJ
Last ear their tea raised more than VC .'
help a former 4-H member paralyzed-'-:i "
automobile accident. -
Members of the 4-H County Council wJt"
hear speakers at the Sunday, March 6, m=e4.-
.ho w ill talk about Operation Military kids,-j
project where 4-H members work with f[.i,0"
and children of deployed Army rnatp!l:
reern ists. Operation Military Kids is a
project in which Florida is one of the
states 4-H members %%ill be workinog-
families from Camp Blanding.
\ll Bradford Count\ 4-H clubs are i t0.-VA
in community service projects throug@Qt..l
,ear. Some other projects are orgarnizinng
dir es, participating in trail rides for St..u-i7
Hi-:piial. adopting patients at nursing hij.w '
andj mu h more. By participating in commrit y'
ser'.ice and citizenship activities, youth .
connect to communities and learn to gi ,
to others 4-H is a community of young p000i
learning citizenship. leadership and lie 6'ii4


To learn more about the Bradford C4
H Youth De\elopment Program, p."
M904-966-6224.* 4-H. Is-the comWmU%
I:, .urh' organization of the University qf
and is open to all youth ages fi.
regardless. of race, sex, religion, disI
national origin.


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VINCENT
Continued from p. 4A
and subsequent maintenance,
* the chief said
S \ipcent also helped smooth a
.land sV.rjTbetween the city and
countN that wln result in a new
':home fo'rt.e 'public library, a
"nev -recreation facility and
perhaps a ne tifre station as
well.- Once a ne\k library is
consU.cted and recreational
aclifimes at Pratt Street have
.- been moved to Edwards Road,.
Sthe old "litbriry may be
:: renovated to serve as a new fire
station.
Hardee.-said the department
Shas quit sinkiln money into the
current station because there are
so many things wrong with the
building' The- bays are not even
large enough tb house the new
trucks,
SHrrdee 'said Vincent stayed
on something all the time, and
- e indeed Vincent had a hand in
Everything accomplished by the
city in the- last two years. He
conducted negotiations with


Wal-Mart, Walgreens,
Whispering Oaks' Apartments
and other businesses,
overseeing the takeover of
animal control, drafting updated
employee policies, worked
alongside the city's power
provider to develop a stronger
partnership and he just recently
signed the environmental
permit for the extension of city
water to Lakewood Subdivision
at the city's westernmost
border.
But according to Hardee,
Vincent's personal touch was
also important to the employees
he managed.
"Lee came in here as city
manager and you could sit
down and talk to (him). You
could explain a problem. Lee
would evaluate that problem,
and he wouldn't tell you what
you wanted to hear, but he tried
to help you. He was good for
administration and he was good
for employees," Hardee said.
"I really hate to seeLee go
because I think he could have
been a benefit for a long time
for us."


SIM -- _-_- Community Center recently had
f I Professor B. Math Power make
a presentation to a gr,... of
parents, educators and students.
i i The response was very
positive. Materials for this math
program may be purchased
through BCFCC with a portion
of the proceeds coming back to
the nonprofit organization.
BCFCC was' able to give
scholarships to applicants who
were in attendance so they
could purchase the program.
For more information call 904-
964-5088

Tax help

available at
Pictured (I-r) are Sparks, Vincent, Assistant Fire Chief library
Tom Rowe and firefighters Gary Wise and Jason Ibrary
Hersey. Free tax help for the elderly


The police department also
recognized the outgoing city
manager, with Chief Gordon
Smith presenting a certificate to
Vincent "with deepest
appreciation" for all that he had
done for the community.
Reach Mark Crawford at
gov@bctelegraph.com or 904-
964-6305.


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
College in Starke.
Submit applications to Iva
Jean Harrell at Lawtey
Community School, 904-782-
3639, or mail them to Harrell at
13751" SE 48t9 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-
4104,.or by mail at Rt. 4, Box
2639,.Lake Butler, FL, 32054),

Math

materials

available
Bradford County Faith
'i\


and low-income citizens is
available at the Bradford
County Public Library on
Jackson and Walnut streets in
Starke.
This service is provided by
AARP and will be available
Thursday evenings from 5-6:30
p.m. and on Saturdays, March
19 and April 9 from 9 a.m. to
1:30 p.m.
This service is offered by
appointment only. Please call
the library and make an
appointment to take advantage
of this service, 904-964-6400.

Area Marine

Corps League

forming
Any Marine Corps.retiree in
the area who is interested in
forming a local Marine Corps
League should attend a meeting
on Thursday, Feb. 24, at 7 p.m.
at the Keystone Armvets hall at
6685 Brooklyn Bay Road in
Keystone. For .more
information, contact Joe
Roberts at 352-473-8909.
If you are interested in being


part of a Marine Corps veterans
group that performs various
types of community service,
contact Roberts for information "
about a possible kickoff
meeting for a new league.


Jail changes
visitation
policy
The Bradford County Jail has
changed its policy on hours of
visitation for people who wish
to see inmates.
Effective now, inmate
visitation hours will be held in
the evenings and on weekends,
based on the classification of
the inmate. All potential
visitors must contact the jail at
904-966-6250 on Fridays 6-11
p.m. to schedule visits for the
following week. No visits will
be scheduled at any other time.
On the day the visit is
scheduled, visitors must be at
the jail 30 minutes prior to the.
scheduled time of the visit in
order to sign in. Any person
coming after that time will not
be allowed to visit.

TOPS sets
regular
meeting
The Starke chapter of TOPS
(Take Off Pounds Sensibly)
now meets in the daytime. The
meeting. will be- held each
Tuesday at the Pratt Street
Recreation Center in Starke.
Weigh-in will be from 8:30
a.m. to 9 a.m. with the meeting
to follow.
For more information please ;
feel free to call Norma Arnett at
904-782-3886 or 904-364-
6667.


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the Federal Fair Housing
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it illegal to advertise "any
preference, limitation or
descriminatlon based on
race, color, religion, sex
or national origin, or an
Intention to make any
such preference, limita-
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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-
ingly accept any advertis-
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is in violation of the law.
Our readers are hereby
informed that all dwell-
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newspaper are available
on an equal opportunity
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42 Motor
Vehicles
WANTED CARS AND
.truCKS, running or not
Must be complete $100
and up. Call 904-966.
2995 cr 904-96 42432
.1987 MERCEDES
W :..: SQIS0L, 6cyl turoo die-
sel, grey with tan inlenor.
High miles, runs great
chrome nms. good tires
SneedspainlandAC work
Steal it lor $3.950 Call
04-984-4111.
-.1985 BRONCO II. 4 wheel
drive, new Irans eng.
.bra e lines, stfbcks. cold
.'. air, .ne.w .atery and
-o're REDUCED 1o
.- S100 OBO Can be
s-. een ,t ESP Automolrve
-. SR2 1in Keystone or
call386-445-6302 Previ
ously in hospital and un
a-'alle to return calls.
S.please call back
T998 CHEVY LUMINA
S6cyvery good conotion.
--.t;oQ0 Call 904-964-
":n00 C.HRYSLER Sebnng
S convertible, excellent
condition, PW/PD- AM/
--FMW/css, cruise, 78k,
$7100 8O0. Call 904-
964-7528
U.NCQLN TOWNCARS
a; i a parts-90-97 motors,.
Stlansmisms)ns, all body
.. i als; Ricks Salvage. US,
I S301N Starke. 904-964-,
584, -
":001 FORD EXPEDITION.
.- E~die Bauer, 48,900'
miles, V8.5.4L,newtires.
leather, fully loaded, low-
i-ng, pp.kage, tinted win-
dows, CD cnanger. 3rd
row, excellent condition
S5xr 75,000 mile war-
ranty. $16,900. Call 904-
966-0398.
1990 TOYOTA Celica GT,
$150D OBO needs snifh
ing cable work 1985
Chevy Conversion Van.
captain's cnair. fold out
bed, 5800 OBO. needs
seal from drivershall to
transmission 1991 Buick
wagon motor in good
shape, needs work on
window motors $600
OBO leave message or
call after 6pm 904-964-
2356.
FOR SALE: 1994 Pontlac
Sunbird, good conadlon
$1000. Call 904-368-
124q.
'- 4 BOLSTER LOG
TRAILERS 4 sale.
$12,000. Good condition.
.. pnone 386-752-5104
FOR SALE: 1977 DATSUN
.. pickup for pans, good
motor and transmission
$200"or OBO. Also 1977
-Dodge motor home 24'
for pans, 30,00P miles on
motor,- 400 080. Call
352-475-3348.
S43 Rv's &
Campers
-1992ALLEGRO BAY Motor
Shome 27' class C" 460
Ford engine, auto trans,
cruise control. 6 new
tires, fully equipped, very
good condition. $17,500
904-964-5645.
44 Boats.
1999 BASS TRACKER 18'
with galvanized trailer. 2
depth tinders, trolling
motor, 90HP Mercury,
excellent condition Call
904.782-3355
45 Land For
Sale
SECLUDED LOT FOR
CAMPER. Well, septic,
and power pole for elec-
Inc in country. Call after
7pm. 352-468-2684
1.5 ACRES WITH 1999
28x60 MH, in Bradford
County,. well & septic.
Uke new, low down pay-
ment, financing available.
Call 386-496-1146
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47 Commercial
Property Rent.
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IDEAL LOCATION 2800
SOFT Oulding1 win offe,
Darn mini storage 5
acres. for renl all or pan.
olf or Souln 301 Call
904-964 3827 lor more
inlformal,:n
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
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FOR SALE BY OWNER,
2008 so Iti triple wiae
4BRI3BA Beautifully
landscaped on a pond.
large workshop pump
nouse 2 acres. p:,ced
below appraisal.
$112,000 Duyer pays
closing. Call or appoinl-
ment 352-475337.4
WALK TO KEYSTONE
schools. 4BR. 1800 Esq t
home wiln 20x40 in
ground pool. porcn &
deck. 1139.900 Phone
352.475-6260
INVESTOR SPECIAL! Vc.
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story. needs renovation


Sleal II or $69 000 Call
90L4-.964.-31,1
FOR SALE OR LEASE by
owner. 1,4 mile from
SlarKe Gol Course 3-2
new roo IIlel loors. 1500
sq fl 19t19 back porch
fireplace. 3'4 acre lot
paved street 5115 000
must sell make oiler
Call 904-434-5829
OWNER FINANCE-Brand
new conslruclion site
built home large wooded
2.3 acre o01 Keysione
Heignis area $1995
down Call 352-258.
0865
HOUSE FOR SALE 3BR:
2BA.Iully lumi-hea near
Park ol Palms. in Key
slone FP, on 2 lois Call
352-473-2991
49 Mobile
Homes for Sale
4BR'2BA 64x28 1993,
Homes of Merin very
good conallion lani.
escaped lot all electric
hear pump. 2 decks
large kilcnen. FP.
$52.000 Hignnrgeg Es.
ladies. 6321 Dennison
Ave. Keyslone 352-173.
0156
OWNER FINANCE 3BR/
2BA aouDlewide New
well and septic, 1.3 acre
wooded lot Keyslcne
Heights Area i1495
down Call 352 258-
0865
1 5 ACRES WITH 1999.
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County, well & septic
Like new low down pay
menl. rnancing available
Call 386-496-1146
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pond, nhi & neis Dath-
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BR.2BA. $90,000 Call
904-966-0326
50 For Rent
NEWLY RENOVATED
APARTMENTS 1 or
2BR. Downtown StarKe.
Fresh painl. new carel
and Iloonng etc $480 per
montn 1st. lasI and secu.
riry Call 904-964-6305
ask lor Ramona or John
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FOR RENT' CUMI-'L- rt
wil CHIA cable pro
viaea all utilities pa11 '
Central localton Ideal lor
senior Cilizens wrin 10.:
dscount on lIrl mon'n
rent lor senior cil.zens
Rooms wirn pnvale Datir
$95 105'wk Roomr
wimlnul tath. $80 Laun-
dry iaciliiies available
Close o1 criurcr.,e
stores downtown sn-op
pnr.. theatre. and more'
See Manager ati e M.ag.
nc.la Holel across Irom
ne Slarke Post Oflfce
964-4303
WE HAVE 2 OR 3 Dearoom
MH clean close lo
prison ideal lor small
lamly or COupies Caii
352-468 1323
GREAT LOCATION. qua.nt
2 siory iBR. 1BA home
$295'min lsI lasi. lease.
deposit I person no
pets Call 90C4964.-3I79
SOUTHERN VILLAS OF
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applicants 1 2 BR HC
& non HC apartments
Central achneal on sile
laundry, playground, pn.
vate and quiet almo-
sphere Located on
SR16, t101 Soulnem VIi-
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call 904-964-7295. TDD
TTY 711 Equal Housing
Opportunity
3BR'1BA. FARIM house
style, nice neighborhood
$500,mln 11 last. lease
security. No petl Single
family resaenis 6niv Call
904-96413579
FOR RENT- 1 monin tree
wilr deposit. 2 & 3BR s.
waler included fence
yard. no pels Call 386.
496-3067 678-438-6826
or 678-438-2865
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
Mobile Home Park on
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2BA DW, $575 Good
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Small RV 1 person. $70
a week plus eleclnc Call
Rck @ 352-473-3569-
KEYSTONE HOUSE and
MH for rent newly reno-
vated 2BR, CH'A. 5575
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1BA SW re'wly remoed
eled '}350 monin and
},200 ;ecunrv Call 352-
478-269 or 352-258.
0865
HUGE 2BR.'BA ON Z,3 of
an acre. $395 per month
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352 258 086 5
RENT TO-OWN Brand new
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nome 3BR.2BA large
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slone Hegnlis area
$1995 dJown Call 352-
258-0865
RENT TO OWN 3BR'2BA
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ana sepIc 1 '3 acre
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Hegnis Area $1495
down Call 352-258.
0865
RENT-TO OWN 2BR'2BA
singleiwe 2/3 acre
wooded o11 Keysione
Heigrni'sArea $95 down
Call 352 258-0865
1.2 HOUSES IN quiet co m-
munity lust Ours5de Ine
city iimiis $560 per
monlh Call Slacey al
904-.64-1871
2BR MH FOR RENT in MH
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or 904.769.9454
IDEAL FOR SINGLE per.
son only Very clean 1BR
lurnrshed aparimenl on
Bedford Lake Includes
ulllies and caDie Reler
ences required $495 per
monln plus deposit $495
No smokers or pets call
352-4737769 or 352-
235-1294
LARGE 2BR unlurnssned
upslairs apartment lor
renl on MWiY 301 nornt of


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FURNISHED 2BR APT
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in person
LAKE FRONT APART.
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235.6499
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1st last and $500 secu-
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on 1 6 lenced acres Call
386-871-3833 ask lor
Tammy
SWMH 2BR1BA 11 miles
from Starke 4 miles Irom
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ecurity Call 904-284-
9223
2BR/2BA SAMPSON
lakefront custom brick
home. fireplace, kil
equipped w' dishwasher.
large master BR w/
whirpool batn. wasner;
dryer nook-ups, large
deck overlooking lake
No pels Rent $695 w/
$500 deposit (app re
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05 Call 904-246-9867
3BR'2BA 14x80ON 1 acre
lot. quiet area. 2 child
max no pets. 5430
monln plus deposit Call
352-468-3221
2BR,1BA HOUSE CHIA.
waterfront to lake, FP.
large eat in kitchen.
seoerate 1 car garage wv
washer & dryer hookups
$650 monin Call 352-
473-0258
52 Animals &
Pets.
FREE PUPPIES. pIl Dull &
blue lick mix Call 904-
964-8677.
2 PARAKEETS, cage &
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$50 Call 904.368.0527-
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BED-OUEEN orthopedic
-Pillowtop mattress and
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with manufactures war-
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__ FOR old Gibson and Mar-
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$1000. 24x48 above
ground pool, complete
$800. Hot tub complete
$500. Electric wheelchair,
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1399.
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problem solved. Home/
business. House calls.
352-473-4375.
LAWN SERVICE & IRRI-
GATION mowing, trim-
ming, edging, clean-ups,
hedging, new irrigation
installation & service gut-
ter drains. Licensed & in-
sured. Commercial or
residential. Irrigation &
Landscape Solutions
352-214-1136 or 386-
496-1017., ,,,,
RAINBOW PRESSURE
gSHINb. Exterido.
cleaning fbr homes-and
businesses. Mildew;dirt
and various'insect nests
removed. Driveways,
sidewalks, wood decks,
pool decks, atriums, and
many other areas. Free
estimates, 904-782-
1830, Lawrence Patrick.
JIM'S CATFISH FARM,
public fishing. Saturday &
Sunday, 7am to dark, no
license required. Pay for
what you catch. Call 904-
782-1694 or 904-591'
1450.
FILL DIRT AND LIME rock
for sale. 904-591-1450 or
904-782-1694.
J & P HOME SERVICES,
home repairs, home
cleaning, painting & more
for reasonable rates call
Johnny or Pam at 352-
473-2344.
62 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. $95/day.
Additional rentals. Call
Tina at 352-498-5768.
63 Love Lines
MAN SEEKING WOMAN

Hauling &

Service, LLC

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and up, has fishing pond
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cense to drive, have ve
hide. 386-496-3670
65 Help Wanted
SURVEYOR RODPER
SONS needed immedi-
ately, construction layout
experience Join our
tearn as we build the fu
ture Call anytime, leave
message Call 352 335
8659.
AVON INDEPENDENT
Sales Represenlalive
Always hiring Fiee lain
ing and group support,
earn extra income Starl
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 Fl's Retire
Sent Home. Hampton
Phone 352-468-2619.
HAIR DRESSER or barber
wanted at O'Hair. Call
Laura at 888-535-3446.
ORANGEWOOD Apart
ments, Starke, FI. 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 \il
las Drive, Starke. FI
Equal Opporturity Fin
ployer.
SALES OPPORTUNITY.
For retail advertisement,
for print media. Ideal job
for retired person who
Shas experience in sales
Salary and commissions.
Send Resume to P.O.
Drawer A, Starke, FI
32091.
$1380 WEEKLY guaran-
teed! Stuff envelopes.
FT/PT no experience
necessary. For more in-
formation call 386-462-
9301.
DISCOVER HOW ANY-
ONE can earn $25, $50,
even $100 or more in as
little as 2-3 minutes per
day taking easy "No-


Brainer" surveys Start
today http://
clickbank net/
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SHEET METAL SHOP ac-
cepting applications for
experienced and entry
level positions, 2nd shift
DFWP Call 352 473
4984.
I AUNDRY/MAINIE
NANCE position. Super
vise, coordinate daily pro
duction and provide pre
ventive maintenance in
dry cleaning plant Must
have valid DI.. excellent
attendance & punctuality
record Applications at
New Method. 311 N
Temple. Starke NO
PHONE CALLS! ]
OUTSIDE E FIELD REPS
start today $18 to $25 anr
hlou. management
opportunities, will train.
evening hours and trans.
portation required. Call 1-
800-644-2822 ext 4015.
PRODUCTION WORK-
ERS needed for last
paced growing company.
apply in person 9am to
4pm, Mon Fri @ 10858
SE SR 221, Hampton
Call for directions 352.
468-2455.
HELP WANTED Pre
School. Hope Christian
Academy, Starke, is look-
ing for christian lady, of
Baptist faith to work with
two & three year olds. 40
hour child care & CDA
preferred, but will train
righl person. Competitive
pay and benefits. Call
school secretary at 352-
473-4040 for application
and interview.
WELDER/METAL Fabrica-
tor, to work on various
projects throughout the
State of Florida. Must
have valid DI, able to
travel, have construction
experience, able to pass
background check. Com- .
petitive pay with travel
per diemrk Drug Free
Workplace. Call Stan'at
352-475-5391 or fax re-
sume to 352-475-5393 or
email jobs@floridads.
com.
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
NOW HIRING AtL posi
tions Any retail experi
ence helpful Apply in per
son Monday- Friday 8am
to 3pm, at Kangaroo:br,
Sprint locations inStarke
Brooker, Raiford or Lake
Butler; 904-964 5200 or
352:258-8324.
HELP WANTED Pernma
nent part-time rmainte
nance position at Coun-
try Club Woods. Seeking
person with minor main-
fenance skills, Mon Fri
9am to 1pm Call 904
964-1871.
CORRECTIONS' .OF-':
FICER. The Putnam
County Sheriffs Olfice is
r.ccept;in applications fo'
ceniller Corrections 01
ficers benerils include ife
insurance, heailn insure
ance state leiaremenl
paid sick leave and vaca-
:,ions Siaring salary is
126 500 Applicaiions are
aiiaable online at
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Palalka Fl EOE
HANrD' MAr iEEPOED ex
pernence with framing.
hanging cabinets. dry
wall doors. anr painting
SCall 352.173 6100 Park
of Palms.,
DRIVER NEEDED, Local
run, home everynight,
great pay Call Ryan with
Harvev & Sons trucking
at 352.419.16723
NEEDED CERTIFIED
nursing assislani 12hrs
week. Call for an inler.
view 352.473 7684 ask
for Mike
BUS DRIVERS NEEDED
for Union County School
Board, steady work, 40hr
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8596
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position available Must
have Class O 0L Slea
ing at $9 per hour FT with
benefits DFWP. Apply at
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430 NW 39th Ave
GaInesvilie 352 338
1013
HOME SUPPORT STAFF
to work with
developmenlaly disabled
individuals In group
homes in Starke $7 per
hour plus benefits EOE


Call 904-964-8082 or
904 964 1468
ON CALL LIBRARY
Technical Assistant 1.
:Bradford County Public
Library Pick up job de
scripion arid application
form at Clerk of Court's
ci.:-e .n ine Biadlorr
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Splications close 9:00 arn.
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rQieman Iior .companv
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PARTS COUNTER SALES
for heavy loiesiry equip-
mern lulli ime Call
Kenny at Pioneer Ma
chinery 904 964.77-,7
INTERVIEWING FOR do
meslic help Call 386
496 2355 from gam to
5pm for more informal
tion
DRIVERS SHORT HAUL
& regional, picl your
ho timem! Big $$$
weekly. Lease/purchase
available Own your own
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966-0505.
CARRIER WANTED! Be
your own boss, up to
$230 plus per week de-
livering the Gainesville
Sun newspaper. Seeking
responsible person to
contract as a newspaper
carrier in the Starke.
Lawtey, Keystone.
.. Florahome and Grandin
areas, early morning de:
liveries, reliable transpor-
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News1f o .... Ba f C u t .. Co nt an L k R i are, -
News from Bradford County, Union County and the Lake Region area



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


Be
floodsmart:
buy flood
insurance
The Department of-
Homeland Security's Federal
Emergency Management
Agency (FEMA) is sponsoring
a campaign to educate
Consumers about floods and
flood insurance. The
nationwide FlQodSmart
consumer campaign seeks to
educate homeowners on
protecting their homes and
property from flooding, and on
the need to understand that
homeowners insurance will not
cover damage from floods.
"With the majority of
Florida's residents living or
working near the coast or one
of the state's rivers or inland
floodplains, most Floridians
face the dangers of flooding,"
said Craig Fugate, state
coordinating officer for the
State of Florida Emergency
Response Team (SERT). "As
we're rebuilding from the last
hurricane season, buying flood
insurance is an important way-
to prepare for future severe
weather."
According to Federal
Coordinating Officer Bi.ll
Carwile, "Too -many
consumers do not believe they
are at risk for flooding until it's
too late. But people should
know what they need to prepare
for floods, and that includes'
flood insurance."
People can visit the
FloodSmart website at
www.FloodSmart.gov. or-calL-
1-800-427-2419, to find out
how to prepare for a flood,
assess your risk; estimate the
cost of flood insurance
premiums, find local insurance
agents, and get links to
community-based information.
SWith facts, such as the
following, the FloodSmart
campaign focuses on educating
consumers about why flood
insurance is so important:
Flood insurance is the only
way to cover losses-.from
America's #1l natural disaster.
Homeowners insurance
does not cover floods. Only
flood insurance protects ybu
against flood damage.
S* Floods and flash floods
happen in both low arid high-
risk flood zones. One in four
flood loss claims is filed in
low-risk areas.
The time to act is now. It
normally takes 30 days after
purchase for a flood insurance
policy to take effect, so don't
wait for.a storm to consider
.buying insurance. Flood
insurance is sold and serviced
through private insurance
companies and agents, and is
backed by the Federal
government under the National
Flood Insurance Program
(NFIP).
Flood insurance protects
your financial security.
Flood insurance
compensates you for all
covered losses, there is no
payback requirement. In
comparison, the most typical
form of Federal disaster
assistance is a loan from the
U.S. Small Business
'Administration that- must be
'repaid with interest.
Flood insurance is available
for single-family homes,
condominiums, apartments,
and nonresidential buildings,
including commercial
structures and personal
contents.
*' Homes and businesses in
low- and moderate-risk flood
areas are eligible for lower-cost
"Preferred Risk" flood
insurance policies.
The premium for an NFIP
policy averages around $400 a

Free women's
Acorn health

services
offered
Women between the ages of
50 and 64- who are uninsured
and who have a low income
level are eligible to
participate in the Believe in
Miracles program and receive a
free mammogram and PAP
smear. For more information, or


to schedule an appointment,
call the Acorn Clinic near
Brooker at 352-485-1133.
The program is sponsored by
the Mary Brogan Breast and
Cervical Cancer Early
Detection Program and the
Putnam County Health
Department.


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$112 a year.
Flood insurance is easy to
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collaboration of Florida's state
agencies led by the state


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mission is to ensure that
Florida is prepared to respond
to emergencies, recover from
them, and mitigate their
impact V i s i t
http://www.floridadisaster.org
for the latest information on


the hurricane relief efforts.
FEMA prepares the nation
for all hazards and manages
federal.response and recovery
efforts following any national
incident. FEMA also initiates
mitigation activities, trains
first responders; works with


state and local emergency
managers, and manages the
National Flood Insurance
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Page 2B TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR--B-SECTION Feb. 24, 2005


Shands HealthCare rewards 'super' employees


By CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer

Many people may have
already forgotten about Super
Bowl XXXIX, but the memory
of Jacksonville hosting it will
live on for a long time for a few
Shands at Starke employees,
including Carl Gaona,
ultrasound coordinator, who
had the opportunity to actually
go to the game.
"It was a thrill of a lifetime,
Gaona said.


Carl Gaona
Shands HealthCare, as the
official healthcare provider of
the Jacksonville/ Super Bowlt
Host Committee', was given a
small allotment of tickets to.the
game. The decision was made
to give those tickets to Shands
employees as a way of
recognizing their outstanding.
customer service.
Employees were nominated
by fellow employees, patients,
visitors .and University of
Florida physicians.
"It was a total shock," Gaona
said, concerning his reaction
when he found out he was
going to receive two Super
Bowl tickets. "It was a
humbling and exciting moment
when (Shands HealthCare
CEOY Tim Goldfarb called me
himself on the phone."
Gaona said the day of the
Super Bowl began with a
shuttle bus ride from Shands at
Vista to Shands Jacksonville.
There, the employees who were
going to the game were-met by'
Goldfarb and his wife and
treated to: a wonderfulul "
luncheon, Gaona said.
The employees headed to
Alltel Stadium at 1 p.m. and
were able to take in the sights
and activities surrounding the
game before kickoff. Gaona'
said the entertainment before,
the game, as well as during
halftime, was "fantastic." He
also enjoyed seeing celebrities,
in the stadium.
Oh, and the game was pretty
good, too.
"It was one of the best Super
Bowl games I've watched in a
long time," Gaona said. '
SGaona said he met several
people who said they had never
been to Jacksonville before, but
they were enjoying their visit.
"They were so surprised there
were so many things to see and
do (in Jacksonville)," Gaona
said.
As for his review of
Jacksonville's performance as a


Super Bowl host, Gaona
thought the city did pretty well.
"Jacksonville hosted a
tremendous event and it went
off without a glitch," he said.
Rhonda "Ronnie" Beck,
Shands at Starke manager of
admissions/IS, agreed with
Gaona.
"I think Jacksonville pulled
this off exceptionally well,"
Beck said.
Beck did not go to the game,
but she and four other Shands at
Starke employees did receive
tickets to events surrounding
the Super Bowl. Beck attended
a host committee VIP party at
the Times-Union Center. Beck
said there were supposed to be
2,100 people at the party, but it
seemed like a lot more to her.
"It was very, very crowded,"
she said.
The Times-Union Center was
decorated in a cruise ship
motiff-each area was
supposed to represent the deck
of a ship, Beck said. She said
"captains" greeted guests upon
their arrival and presented them
with "passports."
Each "deck" featured a
certain type of food. Beck
admitted her favorite foods
came..from the dessert bars,
which featured a lot of
chocolate.
"I'm a chocoholic, so that
was just wonderful to me,"
Beck said. "The food was just
absolutely wonderful and the
d6cor was fantastic."
Food was the main theme of
"A Taste of the NFL" at the
ATP headquarters in Ponte
Vedra Beach, which was
attended by Josh Sheppard,
director of facility operations at
Shands at Starke. Each NFL
city was represented at the
event by a chef, as well as a
former player from the team of
that city. Sheppard said people
waited in line for the chance to
sample the different food.
"The food was just like you
would see in a. very expensive
restaurant," he said.
In fact, Sheppard admitted
he, as an "old Bradford County
boy," felt out of place at the
event, which people paid $400-
$600 to attend. However, he
enjoyed himself.
"I was just excited to be able
to go to something like that," he


Lee Ann Blalock (from left), Ronnie Beck, Josh Sheppard, Beverly Sterbling and
Mary Hankerson (not pictured) are four Shands at Starke employees who attended
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OBITUARIES:


Alex Brokas
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Alex
Xavier Brokas, 85. of Keystone
Heights died Thursday, Feb. 17,
2005. at- Bradford Terrace
Nursing Home in Starke
following an extended illness.
Born in Shtike, Albania on
Sept. 21, 1919, Mr. Brokas
served in the U.S. Navy as a
torpedo bomber pilot during
World War II. He retired from a
career in sales and management.
Mr. Brokas is survived by: his
wife of 50 years Mary Brokas;
two daughters, Dianne Leath of
Keystone Heights and Christine
Brokas of Tallahassee; two sons,
Stefan Brokas of Keystone
Heights and Mickey Brokas of
Duluth, Ga.; five grandchildren
and one great-grandchild.
A memorial services for Mr.
Brokas will be held at 11 a.m. on
Saturday, Feb. 26, 2005, in St.
Anne's Episcopal Church in
Keystone Heights with the Rev.
Harold L. Ritchie conducting the
services. Arrangements are under
the care of Jones Funeral Home
of Keystone Heights.
Memorial contributions may
be made to Hospice of North
Central Florida, 4305 NW 90th
Blvd., Gainesville, FL 32606.

Nelcky Capraro
KEYSTO)NL, HEIGHTS Nelcky
Hulguero Capraro, 70, of
Keystone Heights died Monday,
Feb. 14, 2005, at Shands
Jacksonville following injuries
sustained'in a car accident on
Jan. 31.
Born, in New York City on
Sept. 2"1, 1934, Mrs. Capraro
was a homemaker and member of
St. Williams Catholic Church in
Keystone Heights.
Mrs. Capraro is survived by:
her husband of 52 years Carmine
Capraro of Keystone Heights; a
daughter Lisa Cottet; a son Gary
Capraro and five grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by her
son George Capraro on Jan. 31.
Graveside services for Mrs.
Capraro were Feb. 20, 2005 in
Keystone Heights Cemetery.
Burial followed under the care of
Jones Funeral Home of Keystone
Heights.

Hazel Jolin
AVON PARK Hazel Jeanette
Jolin, 70, of Avon Park died
Wednesday, Feb. 19, 2005,
Mrs. Jolin moved to Avon
Park from Starke in 1958. She
was a telephone operator and was
of the Baptist faith.
Mrs. Jolin is survived by: a
son Michael j.lr, of Avon ;:-'..
two brothers, Clifton E. Griffis
and Ray F. Griffis. both of

ere Fer. I"-, 2 ,
Stephenson-Nelson Funeral
Home of Avon Park with the
Rev. Bay Gonzalez officiating.
Burial followed in Bougai.'. ile
Cemetery.

Joyce Myers
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Joyce
1. Myers, 82, of Keystone
Heights died Thursday, Feb. 17,
2005, at Robert's Care Center in
Palatka following an extended
illness.
SBorn in California on March
22, 1922, Mrs. Myers was a
homemaker and member of Fresh


Start Fellowship Church.
Mrs. Myers is survived by: a
son in Portland, Ore.; two
grandchildren and her caregiver
Mark Hendriksen.
Memorial services for Mrs.
Myers will be held at a later date
under the care of Jones Funeral
Home of Keystone Heights.
Interment will follow in Canal
Fulton (Ohio) Cemetery.

Gene Donn
STARKE Louie Gene Donn,
58, of Starke died Sunday, Feb.
20. 2005, at his residence..
Born on July 4, 1946 in Lynn
Haven, Mr. Donn moved to
Lawtey at an early age. He owned
and operated Gene's Auto Repair
in Starke and was of the Baptist
faith.
Mr. Donn is survived by: his
wife Norma Donn of Starke; four
daughters, Kelly Sweat, Gina
Try, Tiffany Jean Snyder and
Kelly Jean Donn, all of Starke;
two sisters, Nettie Prevatt
Hogsed of Lawtey and Jeanette
Brewer of Jacksonville; eight
grandchildren and one great-
1. 1 III llld
Funeral services for Mr. Donn
were Feb. 23, 2005 in the Chapel
of Archie Tanner Funeral Home
with the Rev. Gene Bass
officiating. Burial will follow at
a later date.

Gladis Gabriel
LAKE BUTLER Gladis Diaz
Gabriel, 16-months-old, died
Friday, Feb. 18, 2005, from
injuries suffered when an
automobile accidentally fell on
her at her residence.
Born in West Palm Beach,
Gladis and her parents moved to
Lake Butler about a year ago.
Gladis is survived by: her
mother Ofelia Gabriel and step-
father Mosies Mendez, both of
Lake Butler.
Graveside services for Gladis
were Feb.- 22, 2005 in Dekle
Cemetery with the Rev. Rusty
Womack officiating. Interment
followed under the care of Archer
Funeral Home of Lake Butler.

Betty Tetley
SUMMERVILLE, S.C. Betty
Lou Thorn Tetley, 35, died
Tuesday, Jan. 18, 2005, of
cancer.
Born Feb. 19, 1969 in
Honolulu, Hawaii the daughter of
the late Don J. Thorn and Nell T.
Burton, Mrs. Tetley was a
respiratory therapist at the VA
Hospital in Charleston, S.C. and
had been a nurse at St. Francis
nHopital also in Charleston.


Philip Finley
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Philip
Kent Finley, 69, of Keystone
Heights died Tuesday, Feb. 15,
2005, at his residence following
an extended illness.
Born in Tipton County, Ind.
on Nov. 11, 1935, Mr. Finley
moved to Keystone Heights 21
years ago from Indiana. He
served in the National Guard and
was a member of Fresh Start
Fellowship Church. He was
active in the Lake Area
Ministries and retired from
General Motors as a tool and die
maker.
Mr. Finley is survived by: his
wife of 50 years Marylyn Finley
of Keystone Heights; three
daughters, Kris Finley of'Ocala,
Karen Bailey of Culleoka, Tenn.
and Shirley Merrill of Garland,
Texas; two sons, Dr. John Finley
of Jonsboro, Ga. and Joseph
Finley of Bronson; seven
grandchildren and one great
grandchild.
Funeral services for Mr. Finley
were Feb. 19, 2005 in Fresh Start
Fellowship Church with the Rev.
Mike Merritt conducting the
services. Interment will be at a
later date under the care of Jones
Funeral Home of Keystone
Heights.
Memorial contributions may
be made to Lake Area Ministries,
P.O. Box 1385, Keystone
Heights,,FL 32656.

Freida Norman
STARKE Freida -Sapp
Norman, 95, of Starke died
Thursday, Feb. 17, 2005, at
Windsor Manor Nursing Home
following an extended illness.
Born.on March 21, 1909, Mrs.
Norman was a lifelong resident
of Bradford, County. She -was a
homemaker and member of
Northside Baptist Church.
Mrs. Norman is survived by: a
daughter Linda Andrews of
Brooker; a son Leroy Norman Jr.
of Starke; six sisters, Margaret
Reyes of Jacksonville, Selma
Ray and Hazel Warren, both of
Franklin, Tenn., Louise
Sanderson of St. Augustine, Ella
Mae Chastain'and Marie Tilley,
both of Starke; seven
grandchildren and nine great-
grandchildren. She was preceded
in death by her husband Leroy
Norman and a son Marklee J.
Norman.
Funeral services for Mrs..
Norman were Feb. 21, 2005 in
the DeWitt C. Jones Chapel in
Starke with the Rev. James
Cowart conducting the services.
Interment followed in Dyal
Cemetery in Starke.


Mrs. Tetley is survived by: her
SIT. : N l > Ethel. Parrish
- .-. er LONGWOOD Ethel Rauleron
Andy Thorn of Nashville, Tenn. Parrish, 86, of Longwood died
Local relatives include her aunt Monday, Feb. 21, 2005, in
Louise Dyal Miller of Melrose Seminole Medical Center in
and cousins, Joanie Miller, Jeff Longwocd following a sudden
Miller and T.C. Miler. ail of illness.
Keystone Heights. In addition to Born in Lake Butler, Mrs.
her parents, she was preceded in Parrish lived most of her life in
death by her grandparents Truby Brooker before moving to
Dyal and Ruby Youngblood Longwood 30 years ago. She was
D,. a homemaker and member of the
Funeral services for Mrs. Church of Christ in Sanford.
Tetley were Jan. 22, 2005 at Mrs. Parrish is survived by:
Boone Hill United Methodist two daughters, Joquelyn Parrish
Church. Burial followed in of Longwood and Delores Drawdy
Dorchester Memory Gardens of Knoxville, Tenn.; two sons,
under the care of Dyal Funeral Kenneth Parrish of Lake Butler
Home. and Robin Parrish of Longwood;


three brothers. Floyd Raulerson,
Pete Raulerson and Rollie
Raulerson, all of Georgia; two
sisters, Lucille Sarber and Estelle
Latner, both of Orlando; eight
grandchildren and II great-
grandchildren. She was preceded
in death by her husband Lee
Parrish and a son Joe Parrish.
Funeral services for Mrs.
Parrish will be held at 11 a.m. on
Thursday, February 24, 2005, in

the Chapel of Archer Funeral
Home of Lake Butler with the
Rev. Brother James Yopp
officiating. Burial will follow in
Elzey Chapel Cemetery.
There will be no formal
visitation.

Lottie Raddatz
MELROSE Lottie Mae
Benton Raddatz, 85, of Melrose
died Friday, Feb. 18, 2005, at her
residence.
Born in Loris, S.C., Mrs.
Raddatz moved to Melrose from
Myrtle Beach, S.C. She was a
retired restaurant 'manager \for
Wolfie's in Gainesville and made
custom draperies. She was a
member of Eliam Baptist Church
in Melrose.
Mrs. Raddatz is survived by:
four daughters, Carolyn Collins
of Myrtle Beach, Doris Pecora of
Chicago, Lois Lanell Smith of
Johnson and Ann Pridgen of
Melrose; two sons, Morgan
Graham of Greenville, S.C. and
Clarence Avery Williamson of
Columbia, S.C.; step-children,
Clyde Williamson of Columbia
and Mary Ellen Williamson of
Wilmington, N.C.; a brother
Lloyd Benton of Myrtle Beach;
three sisters, Irene Norton of
Aynor, S.C., Lois.Novinger of
Crystal River and Ann Nobles of
Myrtle Beach; 19 grandchildren,
43 great-grandchildren and two
great-great-grandchildren.
Funeral services for Mrs.
Raddatz were Feb. 22, 2005 in
Eliam .Baptist Church with the
Rev. George Katzman and the
Rev. L.D. O'Steen officiating.
Burial followed, in Eliam
Cemetery under the care of
Moring Funeral Home of
Melrose.
Memorial contributions may
be made to Hospice of the Lakes,
6400 St. John Ave., Palatka, FL
32177.

Jake Williams
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Jake C.
Williams, 75, of Keystone
Heights died Friday, Feb. 18,
2005, at his residence in
Keystone Heights.
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Mr. Williams is survived by:
his wife Margaret Lowe Williams
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Keystone Heights; a daughter
Patricia A. "Patty" Williams of
Hilliard; two step-daughters,
Scarlette Williams of Hilliard and
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two sisters, Ruby Wyrosdick of
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grandchildren and five great-
grandchildren. He was preceded
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Phillip Joshua Gadgad, two
sisters, Lola Jones and Jessie
Kyle, two brothers, Bill
Williams and Albert Williams.
Graveside services for Mr.
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on Thursday, Feb. 24, 2005, at
Hague Community Cemetery.
Arrangements under the care of
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Lamar Williams
LAKE CITY V.Lamar
Williams, 67, of Lake City died
Tuesday, Feb. 22, 2005, in E.T.
York Hospice House in
Gainesville following an
extended illness.
Born in Union County on Feb.
21, 1937 to the late Vans and


Inez Tompkins Williams, Mr.
Williams lived in Lake City for
the past 41 years moving there
from Providence. He had
managed Orange State Pipe and
Supply and worked as a
salesman. A veteran of the
United States Marine Corps, Mr.
Williams was also a past member
of the Lake City Moose Lodge
#624 and attended Hopeful
Baptist Church.
Mr. Williams is survived by:
his wife,9f 45 years Adelphia
Coleman Williams; a son
Michael L. Williams of Lake
City; a daughter Kim Combs of
Lake City; a brother John
Williams of Middleburg; a sister
Glenda Smith of Providence;
three step-brothers, Wilbur Carl
Smith of Providence, Merrill
Smith and Sam Smith, both of
Valdosta, Ga.; a step-sister
Elmira Roberts; one grandchild
and one great-grandchild.
Funeral services for Mr.
Williams will be held on Friday,
Feb. 25, 2005, 11 a.m., at
Hopeful Baptist Church with Dr.
Rodney Baker, pastor, and the
Rev. Ben Col..man Jr.
officiating. Interment will
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Gateway-Forest Lawn Funeral
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Giving a demonstration of quick stick work was a group of percussionists. Seated in
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CRIME:


Lake Butler
couple
arrested
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Willie Robinson, 32, and
Coney Frances Robinson, 38,
were arrested Feb. 17 by Union
Deputy Robert T. Manning
after, a domestic disturbance
became violent.
Coney Robinson is charged
with aggravated battery, using
a steak knife to cut Willie
Robinson on the arm and head,
Deputy Manning said. Willie
Robinson was charged with
pushing Coney Robinson
during the confrontation:
Willie Robinson was taken to
the hospital for treatment of
his injuries. Deputy Manning
said.
Coney Robinson was also
charged on a warrant from
Pinellas County for violation
of probation and worthless
checks.
Willie Robinson was charged
on a warrant with failure to
appear felony offense, Deputy
Manning said.
Two charged
with fleeing
Starke police
Two individuals were charged
with fleeing when their vehicle
failed to stop for a tag
: violation.
Officers attempting to stop
Sthe vehicle chased it to Cherry
and Bridges streets where the
three occupants fled on foot,
Officer Danny Brown said. The
vehicle rolled forward and
caught the bumper of a parked
vehicle, Officer Brown said.
Curtis Harold, 19, of Lake
Butler and a 16-year-old
juvenile were apprehended Feb.
15. Harold was charged with
resisting arrest without


violence and violation of
probation from Union County.
He was released from custody
after surety bonds totalling
$3,000 were posted Feb. 18.
The teen, who was the driver
of the vehicle; was charged
with possession of cannabis,
resisting arrest without
violence and fleeing attempting
to elude, Officer Brown said.

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The following individuals
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James Allan Roberts, 33, of
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Feb. 17 by Starke Officer J.W.
Hooper for possession of
cannabis. During a traffic stop
Roberts had 4.7 grams of
marijuana and a half-rolled
cigar with marijuana inside in
his possession, Officer Hooper
said. He was released after a
$1,000 surety bond was
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Michael Dewayne Martin,
46, of Fort Payne, Ala. was
arrested Feb. 18 by Starke Sgt.
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arm rest of his vehicle, Sgt.
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Randy Allen Chesser, 23, of
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for having a weapon/firearm on
school property. A traffic stop
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handgun in his vehicle. A
$15,000 surety bond was
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Edwin E. Baker, 18, of
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possession of drug
paraphernalia. Baker was the
driver of a vehicle stopped for
an inoperative tag light. A
search of the vehicle revealed a
wooden marijuana pipe with
residue, Officer King said. A
16-year-old passenger ran from
the vehicle but was later
caught. A pill bottle
containing narcotics was found
on the teen and he was charged,
Officer King said. Baker was
released after a $1,000 surety
bond was posted.
John G. Spaulding, 50, of
Starke was arrested Feb. 21 by
Officer King for battery
domestic violence. Spaulding
is charged with grabbing the
victim's arm and pulling her
off the bed during an argument
over a cell phone, Officer King
said. Bond was set at $1,000.
Marvin Glen Crews, 33, of
Lawtey was arrested Feb. 17
by Starke Officer Jason Crosby
for loitering and prowling.
Crews was found hiding behind
a dumpster located by a


convenience store He was
unable to provide an
explanation of his
whereabouts. When confronted
he became argumentative,
Officer Crosby said. He was
released after a $1,000 surety
bond was posted.
Jenny Lynn Starling, 20, of
Starke was arrested Feb. 16 by
Starke Sgt. Kevin Mueller for
possession of controlled
substance (two counts). During
a traffic stop Starling was
found in possession of 18
Alprazolam (Xanex) pills and
two Hydrocodone pills. She
does not have a prescription for
the medication, Sgt. Mueller
said. Starling stated she had a
substance addiction, Sgt.
Mueller said. Bond was set at
$15,000.-
Jose Carmen Rodriguez, 35,
was arrested Feb. 21 by
Bradford Deputy M.L.
McKenzie for disorderly
intoxication. Rodriguez was at


George's Place where he had
been dropped off, Deputy
McKenzie said. Rodriguez,
who was intoxicated, was
unable to speak English and
could not tell the deputy where


he lived. After several hours of
trying to help him locate
where he lived, the deputy
placed him under arrest for his
own safety. Bond was set at
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CRIME:


Recent
arrests
in Bradford,
Clay or Union
SThe following individuals
were arrested recently by local
law enforcement officers in
Bradford, Clay (Keystone
Heights area) or Union
County:
Richard Knowles, 18, of
Starke was arrested Feb. 16 by
Starke Officer Stacey Summers
for possession of drug
paraphernalia and possession of
cocaine. Following a traffic
stop the officer found a white
powder substance that tested
positive for cocaine in the
vehicle. Bond was set at
$20,000.
Sandra Benboe, 45, of Starke
was arrested Feb. 15 by Officer
Summers for possession of
drug paraphernalia. Benboe's
bicycle was stopped for having
no lights after dark. A glass
crack pipe was found in her
possession and she was
arrested. A $1,000 surety bond
was posted for her release from
custody.

William Elzie Sanders III,
22, of Starke was arrested Feb.
17 by Bradford Deputy Casey
Moore for possession of
controlled substance (cocaine).
During a warrant arrest the
deputy found a small amount
of cocaine in Sanders' pocket.

John Adam Griffis, 23, of
Lake Butler was arrested Feb.
15 by Union Deputy Mac
Johns for lewd lascivious acts
upon a child. The investigation
into the allegations is
continuing, Deputy Johns said.

Phillip Reagan, 52, *of
Starke was arrested Feb. 19 by
Sgt. Melton for failing to
leave information and leaving
the scene of an accident.
Reagan was found at fault
when he attempted to merge
from Hardee's into the
northbound lanes on US-301,
striking another vehicle. He
left the scene at 9:18 a.m., but
wxas arrested after he rear ended
a vehicle at 11:30 a.m. on CR-
100. He was released from
custody after surety bonds
toitalling $S1.00 \\ ere posed. .

Jason Dewayne Thompson,
26, and Adrienne Kelly, 20,
both of Starke, were arrested
Feb. 20 by Starke Sgt. Richard
Crews during a traffic stop. A
plastic bag containing cocaine
was found on Thompson. 'He
was charged with possession of
'cocaine, Sgt. Crews said. He'
was released after a $15,000
surety bond was posted. Kelly
was charged on a warrant with
failure to appear issuing
worthless checks. She was
released after a $1,000 surety
bond was posted.

Erica Spearman, 18, of
Pigeon Foo, Tenn. was
arrested Feb. 19 by Starke
Officer Michelle warrant for no
valid driver's license,
possession of cannabis and on
a warrant for failure to appear
criminal mischief. During a
traffic stop the officer found a
green leafy substance in
Spearman's .purse. Surety
bonds totalling $4,000 were
posted for her release from
custody.

Sandra Willis Smith, 30, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Feb. 15 by Bradford Deputy
Dr:v.a',ne Morgan for retail
thitr. Smith was charged, with


shoplifting clothing from
Dollar General on SR-21
valued at $16. The merchandise
was recovered, Deputy Morgan
said.

Georgeanna A. Brewer, 34,
of Lake Butler was arrested
Feb. 17 by Union Deputy
George Green on a warrant for
child neglect. The charge is a
result of an investigation
involving ongoing allegations.

Lane Carter, 54, of Lawtey
was arrested Feb. 17 by
Deputy Moore on a warrant for
violation of probation
manufacturing cannabis.

Ronald Gleatori, 34, of
Lawtey was arrested Feb. 17
by Deputy Moore for resisting
without violence. He was
released after a $1,000 surety
bond was posted.

John Robinson, 42, of
SKeystone Heights was arrested
Feb. 21 by Clay deputies for
possession of marijuana and'
failure to appear petit theft.

James Webb, 32, of
Hampton was arrested Feb. 18
by Bradford Sgt. E.J. Kiser on
multiple warrants from
Bradford, Alachua and
Columbia for violation of
probation burglary, grand theft
and possession of drugs.

Ulysses Dommon, 28, of
Starke was arrested Feb. 20 by
Bradford Sgt. Ron Davis for
theft. Bond was set at $2,500.

Steven W. Thornton, 26, of
Starke was arrested Feb. 18 by
Deputy Moore on a warrant for
violation of probation
aggravated battery on a
pregnant victim with no bond.

Johnnie Davis, 31, of Starke
was arrested Feb. 16 by
Bradford Deputy Lori Jestes on
warrant for failure to appear
trespass after warning and on
an order of arrest. Bond was set
at $4,000.

Jennifer Napier, 29, of
Starke was arrested Feb. 18 by
Clay deputies on warrants for
worthless checks.

Bradford Bedwell, 25, of
Starke was arrested Feb. 16 by
.. Bradford Deputy James Cedar
6for'i violation. of probation
possession "'"'of"' drug
paraphernalia.

Linda Bachmann, 47, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Feb. 15 by Clay deputies on a
warrant for obtaining property
by worthless check.

Chad Everett Tyler, 27, of
Starke was arrested Feb. 17 by
Deputy Jestes on warrants for
worthless checks. Surety bonds
totalling $3,000 were posted
for his release from custody.

Detra Coleman, 21, of
Starke was arrested Feb. 15 by
Sgt. Kiser for violation of
probation battery.

Connie Robinson, 38, of
Lake Butler was arrested Feb.
17 by Union Deputy Robert
Manning on, warrants from
Pinellas, Union and Alachua
for issuing worthless checks,
aggravated battery and
violation of probation. Surety
bonds totalling $16,013 were
posted for her release from
custody.

Carolyn Sanford, 20, of
Starke was arrested Feb. 14 by
Bradford Deputy David Young
for violation of probation


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released by Judge David Giant.

Christopher Wentworth, 25,
of Brooker was arrested Feb.
14 by Deputy Young for
possession of firearm by
convicted felon from Alachua.
A $5,000 surety bond was
posted for his release from
custody.

Fayon Hawkins, 44, of
Starke was arrested Feb. 15 by
Bradford Deputy Scott Konkel
for violation of probation
possession of drug
paraphernalia.

Lawrence Scott Andrews, 34,
of Lake Butler was arrested
Feb. 16 by parole officers for
violation of probation.
Andrews' arrest Feb. 12 for
arson violated his felony
probation from 2003.

Landres Jones, 28, of Lake
Butler was arrested Feb. 19 by
Deputy Green on a warrant for
contempt of court.

Angela Anita Robinson, 27,
of Lake Butler was arrested
Feb. 18 by Union Deputy
Terry Cranford on a warrant for
possession of controlled
substance without prescription.

Doris Juanita Rewis, 30, of
Lake Butler was arrested Feb.
16 by Deputy Cranford on 'a
warrant for violation of
probation.

Christina Marie Mann, 23,
of Gainesville was arrested
Feb. 15 by Union Lt. H.M.
Tomlinson on a warrant for
violation of probation. She
was released on her own
recognizance.

Kavin Williams of
Sanderson was arrested Feb. 15
by Bradford Sgt. E.J. Kiser for
violation of probation
trafficking in cocaine. He was
transported to Baker County.

Margaret Linton, ,58, of
Londonery, N.H. was arrested
Feb. 15 by Sgt. Kiser for
issuing worthless check. A'
$252 cash bond was posted for
her release from custody.

Randy Barnett, 34, of Starke
was arrested'Feb. 19 by Sgt.
Davis on a Clay County
warrant. for '.violation of
.probation domestic battery.


Traffic
Cecil David Seay, 34, of
Worthington Springs was
arrested Feb. 17 by Deputy
Manning for driving under the
influence (DUI). He failed the'
field sobriety testing and was
placed under arrest. His blood-
alcohol level was .129 percent,
Deputy Manning said.

Scott Jones, 28, of Brooker
was arrested Feb. 17 by
Deputy Moore for DUI. A
$5,000 surety bond was posted
for his release from custody.

Harvey Willis, 49, of
Middleburg was arrested Feb.
14 by Officer Lowery for
driving while license suspended
or revoked (DWLS) habitual
offender. A $500 surety bond
was posted for his release from
custody. A passenger, Ronnie
Theriault, 23, of Jacksonville
was also arrested by Officer
Lowery for possession of drug
paraphernalia after a pipe was
found. A $1,000 surety bond
was posted for his release from
custody.


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William E. Sanders, 52, of
Starke was arrested Feb. 18 by
Officer King for DWLS
habitual traffic offender.
Sanders' vehicle was stopped
for inoperative brake lights. He
was released from custody Feb.
19 after a $2,500 surety bond
was posted.
Stephen Mabey, 20, of
Middleburg was arrested Feb.
14 by Bradford Deputy Joseph
Jones for violation of
probation drug paraphernalia
and DWLS.
Orville Wright, 37, of
Alabaster, Ala. was arrested
Feb. 16 by Starke Officer
Danny Brown for DWLS and
attaching tag not assigned,
Wright's vehicle was traffic
stopped for no tag light. A
$1,500 surety bond was posted
for his release from custody.

Carl Foster, .36, of Daytona
Beach was arrested Feb. 18 by
Starke Officer Matthew
Watson for DWLS. A $500
surety bond was posted for his
release from custody.


Shietha Smith, 20, of Starke
was arrested.Feb. 20 by Officer
Brown for DWLS. Smith was
released after a $500 surety
bond was posted.
Samuel D. Coe, of Starke
was arrested Feb. 18 by Officer
Lowery for DWLS. He was
released after a $1,000 surety
bond was posted.

Travis Covington, 18, of
Starke was arrested Feb. 20 by
Lawtey Lt. S.M. Francis for
DWLS multiple counts. Bond
was set at $2,500.

Douglas Skinner, 19, of
Lake City was arrested Feb. 16
by Officer Crosby for no valid
driver's license. A $500 surety
bond was posted for his
release.

Melissa Gee, 35, of Lawtey
was arrested Feb.. 17 by
Bradford Deputy Robert Lyons
for failure to appear DWLS. A
$4,000 surety bond was posted
for her release frormcustody.








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There were supposed to be


more than 3,000 people at the
party, Blalock said. She was
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she had no such luck.
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oriented," she said. "It was kind each facility. I was very
of a humbling honor for me." thankful and impressed, as well,
Said Beck: "It was a nice that they chose to recognize the
recognition from Shands employees."
HealthCare to employees at


said.
Bevery Sterbling, patient
financial representative at
Shands at Starke, had the
opportunity to attend the Super
Night of Lights. The crowd she
was a part of was nowhere near
as large as those attending the
events attended by Beck,
Blalock and Sheppard.
"There was only 300 people,"
Sterbling said. "It was very
small."
The Super Night of Lights
included a VIP buffet, a light
parade on the St. Johns River
and a fireworks display.
Sterbling said the cold
weather was tough to cope with,
but that did not detract from the
experience.
"It was worth it just to be
included in some type of
event," she said.
"Once in a lifetime" was how
Mary Hankerson,
environmental services team
leader at Shands at Starke,
described the NFL
Experience/Clinical, which she
received tickets to. However,
Hankerson was more of a
spectator at the event as her
enjoyment came from watching
the children from 'her
church-Mt. Pisgah AME in
Starke-who she took.
"I was letting them enjoy


themselves," Hankerson said.
Hankerson said there were
several NFL players on hand
who played with the kids for
approximately two hours. The
kids received tote bags filled
with goodies as well as player
autographs. Hankerson took
pictures of the Mt. Pisgah AME
children with several of the
players.
"It was real fun," she said.
The following children from
Mt. Pisgah AME attended the
event: Michael Clark,
Tanniesha Clark, Jimmy
Hankerson III, Dejor Hill,
Zacch Hill, Laquesha Lane,
Deon Sewell, Tamara Thomas
and Teddy Thomas. Adults
Stacey Hill and Peggy Petteway
also went.
Like Gaona, the Shands at
Starke employees who attended
the Super Bowl events received
tickets after being nominated
for their excellence in customer
service.
"I kind of felt guilty,"
Blalock said. "My co-workers
do the same thing that I do."
Sterbling felt much the same
way.
"When we come here, we
basically all have the same.
goal-to help patients and be
very customer-service


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If you are a man, woman or will shed two to three pounds.
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Established by Audrey Additional significant hcnetilt
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and nurse, Weighless Weight they no longer need to take hlod
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year and a half ago. year of maintenance w here the\
Relying on no gimmicky or fad re-learn how to eat.
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and herbs are offered that ensure unsuccessful in losing the weight
the individual's health and con- on .my own. That's when my
tinued success on his or her diet. friend Audrey from Weighless
Selina Cone, a weight loss spe- approached me, sharing that she
cialist at the center, said that the would love to help me. It was
program entails weekly visits by then I became a consultant at
clients during which they.are Weighless. It has drastically
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cess or any problems they may be lost close to 50 pounds and 62
having on their diet program. If inches and my latest blood work
needed, menus will be adjusted to was perfect which allowed me to
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loss of pounds. doctor's recommendation. I have
Cone said that male clients can come down six dress sizes and


Selina Cone helps reeducate people about diet and
weight reduction at the Weighless Weight Loss center
in Keystone Hpights.


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Top cat
fishing holes
revealed
Few anglers will ever have
an opportunity to try to reel in
a freight train, but people who
hook one of Florida's
monstrous catfish have apretty
good idea of what it would fe~T
like. One of the reasons Florida
owns the bragging rights to the
"Fishing Capital of the World"
title is this state's lakes and
rivers are-crammed with catfish
and some top the scales at
60 pounds or more.
For lots of Florida fish fry
fanciers, however, it's not so
much the fight asit is the
vision of fresh catfish fillets in
a deep fryer that makes anglers
giddy. Roll the fillets in corn
meal and drop them gently into
hot vegetable oil, and keep an
eye on them while you mix up
some hush puppies. Then you
,.\ :- up some cheese grits and
..'.-s.... Brew up some iced
tea, and COnh suillpCttiiCe. you
will have ..:':i ,, in DIi\ae, no
-T.u:.er where you are. It will be
:he kind of e:; th .i.. as we
southerners like to say, "makes-
you want to swat olur
momma's hunting d .."
Ac[xall'. we don't recall\ say
that; it just sounds like
something ie'd say.
"You can catch catfish pretty
much all year long, the
regulations are pretty simple,
the techniques are easy and you
can catch catfish from shore
without having to buy a lot of
fancy equipment," said Florida
Fish and Wildlife Conservation
Commission (FWC) biologist
Kimberly Bonvechio. "All it
takes is a hook, line, sinker
and some kind of bait that
smells awful or is otherwise
attractive to catfish."
Blue catfish and flathead.
catfish, both found primarily in
rivers, are the largest catfish
species in this state's waters.
The state record blue catfish is
a 61.5-pound monster, and the
state record flathead weighed in
at 49.4 pounds. Channel
catfish.occur all over the state.
The state record is 44.5
pounds, while the record for the
channel catfish's smaller
cousin, the white catfish,. is
18.9 pounds.
Other catfish species in
Florida's waters include the--
abundant, but smaller, brown
and fellow bullheads, which
have rounded tails, rather than
forked tails like the others.
"Channel cats, white cats and
bullheads are good targets for
.kids just learning to fish,"
Bonvechio said. "The;
equipment is simple, you can
;catch them from a pier or
.shore, and you don't have to
get up early on a weekend to
go after them. In fact. the best
times to go after catfish are
just before dusk and ai night."
She said catfish's "whiskers"
or barbels are loaded with
sensory cells that enable catfish
-to-find food b\ smell. That's
wh\ successful catfish anglers
use baits with strong odors like
chicken liver or gizzards,
"shrimp, .cut...mullet and
commercial stink baits- .
"Catfish are kind of.like dogs
in that respect," Bonvechio
said. "The.worse it stinks, the
better they like it, although
-catfish also -wil- take -less.
fragrant baits, such as
earthworms and freshwater
clams."
FWC fisheries biologists
recently selected Florida's top
10 cat fishing holes for 2005.
They are (in no particular
Orderr:
Escambia River This one
is not for sissies. Big channel
catfish come out of this river
between mid-April and June
and early October into
November if the water stays
warm. It also gives up plenty.__
of blue catfish and flatheads.
Anglers catch catfish here year
round, but it gets a little
slower when the weather gets a
little nippy.
The Apalachicola River and
Lake Seminole It never
fails.... If you're looking for
superlatives about freshwater
fishing in Florida, you can
count on finding this system
somewhere on the top 10 list
in every category. Channel cats
and flatheads rule these waters.
Big channel catfish dominate
the fishirig action from late


May into early July. Flatheads
start getting hungry in April
and stay that way into the
summer. Even during winter,
small catfish get the munchies
for some good old stink baits
and other favorites. The best
spots to fish are from Jim


Woodruff Dam south, old creek stays warm) are the times to go ireek Here's where you go to Creek from the St. Johns to -your language when that
channels, Lake Seminole if you're after the big ones. wear yourself out catching Dunn's Creek and the river happens, especially ifyou take
backwaters and around mouths Small ones never stop biting, channel cats, white catfish and section from Palatka to Little children fishing with you.
of tributaries. but they get a little lazy about bullheads. Big channel catfish Lake George. There is a deep Oklawaha River -Big
Choctawhatchee River This it when the weather gets too action gets heavy in early May hole on the north side of channel catfish, along with
river is a sweetie-pie that offers cool for them. Fishing is good through June. Smaller catfish Buffalo Bluff Bridge that is a some whites and bullheads,
up some nice, big channel all the way from the Alabama feed-relentlessly during spring real honeyhole, but ithaslots biteohereMay throughJune and
catfish and bullheads along line to West Bay and near the and fall months butrsiow down of snags. Take plenty-of-hooks October to mid-November.
with a few flatheads. Late May mouth of Holmes Creek and during winters. The best places and weights if you fish there,
through early June and October other tributaries, to fish areD.unn's Creek to because the snags will keep See CATFISH, p. 2C
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CATFISH
Continued from p. 1C
Small ones keep on biting all
year from Rodman Dam east to
the St. Johns River and from
the west end of Rodman
Reservoir to the lock and dam
at Moss Bluff. Take home a
mess of fish from this river,
add a little onion to your hush
puppy recipe and cook it all up
yourself, and your whole
family will think you're a
hero.
Ochlockonee River -
Flathead action heats up in
early April, and the channel
cats join in from mid-May into
early summer. Both species
keep on biting until the
weather turns cool in October
,or November. Small catfish
bite year-round, but they bite
best in warm months. The
most successful anglers fish
the Talquin tailrace area, but
the whole river offers good cat
fishing, including flathead and
bullhead fishing. When you go
cat fishing on this river, there's
no question about the main
course for supper. There's
nothing left to decide except
whether to use mild or sharp
cheese on the grits,
Suwannee and Santa Fe
rivers Catfish love the lime
rock areas throughout these
rivers, particularly in the upper
and middle reaches. They like
the deadfalls in the lower
rivers. Channel catfish, white
catfish and bullheads bite year-
round, but the big channel cats
like to get caught from late
April through June. If you
decide to fry up some potatoes
to go with the fish, do them in
separate oil. You wouldn't
want your catfish to taste like
potatoes.
Clermont Chain of Lakes -
Channel catfish and white
catfish like to hang out around
canals and channels when water
is flowing through them, but
the rest of the time, the best
places to fish for catfish are
offshore, open-water sites.
particularly near drop-offs or
around bottom structures. To
bag catfish in this system.
some commercial trotliners
catch them by baiting with
chunks of freshly caught gar in
thd bigger channels. They also
use honeybees for bait in
smaller channels, and it works.
Don't mess around too long
when you're through fishing
for the day. As with all kinds
of fish, there is no substitute
for freshness to keep the taste
level in the magnificent
category.
Haines Creek Between
lakes Eustis and Griffin,
especially below the lock and
dam, channel catfish get real
active from mid-April through
June and again in October and
November when ---water"
temperatures start to drop.
That's when cat fishing picks
up in creeks and slows down in
lakes as catfish seek out
flowing water and stay a little
deeper. Small catfish bite year-
-round, especially when the
'creek is flowing. If you go
fishing here when the weather
is cool, be sure to put a little
hot sauce on your hush
puppies to help you warm back
up at mealtime.
Upper Kissimmee Chain of
Lakes Moving water
concentrates catfish, so that's
the ticket for hauling in
channel catfish, white catfish
and bullheads out of this chain.
The best times are peak
spawning periods April
through June for channel
catfish and October and
November for bullheads. The
best spots are East Lake Canal,
Southport Canal, C-36 (the
canal between lakes Hatchineha
and Kissimmee), below the
Kissimmee River structure,
around the mouth of and in
Shingle Creek and around fish
attractors. Catfish like to hang
around drop-offs and around
bottom structures in canals.
Admittedly, some of the lakes
in this part of central Florida
have names that are hard to
spell, but don't worry about ,
that. Just know that if you fish
here, your family is going to
bat well that night.


Resident freshwater fishing
licenses cost $13.50 per year.
Nonresidents pay $16.50 for a
seven-day license or $31.50 for
an annual license.
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Telegraph Staff Writer
Cassie Sparks hit a three-run
double and she and Kasey
Barrett combined to pitch a
one-hitter as the Bradford
softball team defeated district
opponent Fort White 11-1 on
Feb. 18.
Sparks' double came in the
fourth inning with two outs and
helped the Tornadoes break the
game open. It was one of 12
hits for Bradford. Barrett was 3-
for-4, Amber'Crawford was 2-
for-4 with a double, Ashley Lee
was 2-for-5 and Sparks was 1-
for-3.
Barrett earned the win on the
mound, pitching the first five
innings. She allowed one. hit
and struck out nine. The run
Fort White scored in the first
inning, was unearned as the


Indians took advantage of a
stolen base and a bad throw.
The performance capped a
week in which Barrett, in eight
innings, allowed two hits and
no walks, while striking out 15
and giving up no earned runs.
She was named the team's
defensive player of the week.
The Tornadoes' offensive
player of the week was Lee,
who batted .625. She had five
hits, two RBI, four runs scored
and three stolen bases.
Bradford (2-0) returns to the
field Thursday, Feb. 24, for a
home game against Columbia at
7 p.m. The Tornadoes then play
their second district game,
hosting Union County on
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Middleburg at 7 p.m. Bradford
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Interlachen on Tuesday, March


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Earlier result:

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Keystone boys' run comes to end against Bolles


By CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Keystone Heights scored first
and allowed only two shots on
goal (not including penalty
kicks), but the Indians could not
earn their first-ever trip to.the
boys' soccer final four, losing
3-1 to visiting Bolles on Feb. 18
in the Region 1-3A
championship match.
The Indians (15-6), by
playing for the regional
championship, had advanced
farther into the playoffs than
any team in school history.
They also went undefeated in
district play for the second
straight year, en route to
winning their second district
championship.
Head coach Roger Lloyd did
not want his players to lose
sight of those facts..
"Even though we fell one
game short of reaching our goal
of going to the final four, it was
an outstanding, record-setting
season for these young men,"
Lloyd said.
Bolles, meanwhile, earned its
fourth consecutive trip to the
final four. The fifth-ranked


Sean Gillesp
positions
himself
underneath
airborne ball
Gillespie
scored the
Indians' only
goal in a 3-1
loss to Bolle
in the'Regiol
finals.


Bulldogs (20-4-4) will play top-
ranked Plantation American
Heritage (27-0-3) in a state
semifinal match Friday, Feb.
25, at 7:30 p.m. in Fort


Lauderdale., The winner
play either second-ra
Melbourne Central Ca
(23-2-2) or. St. Pete
Catholic (16-5-1) for the


championship on Saturday, Feb.
26, at 5 p.m.
To get to the state semifinals,
Bolles had to rally from a
deficit against Keystone. Chad
Hapner took a shot for the
Indians that deflected off of the
Bolles keeper. Sean Gillespie
)ie crashed the goal and was there
to put the rebound into the net
for a 1-0 lead 22 minutes into
the match.
an Lloyd said he thought the
I. Indians would have had a huge
psychological edge if they had
been able to go up 2-0 on a
Bolles team not used to playing
from behind. However, things
did not work out that way.
Is In fact, things seemed to be
n 1 going Bolles' way when Wayne
Ferguson's kick deflected off of
the head of a Keystone defender
and into the goal, tying the
score at 1-all with less than five
minutes remaining in the first
Half. Keystone goalkeeper
Michael McLeod had already
been diving to make a stop on
the kick before the deflection
changed the trajectory of the
r will ball.
ranked Still, the Indians hung tough.
tholic Lloyd said Bolles crossed
rsburg midfield just once, if at all,
e state during'the first 10 minutes of


the second half. The Bulldogs
were able to take the lead,
though, when Keystone was
called for pushing in the box.
Andrew Redfurn's penalty kick
put Bolles up 2-1 with
approximately 17 minutes left
to play.
"It's very disappointing such
a successful season would come
down to a call like that," Lloyd
said.
Lloyd moved defenders
Derek Tornwall and Kenny
Turner upfield with 10 minutes
left to play so his team could try


to get the tying goal. That left
three players back to guard the
goal and that, more than
anything, allowed Bolles to
score its third goal, Lloyd said.
That goal was scored by Alex
Mantel with approximately four
minutes left to play.
The Keystone players were
disappointed, of course, after
the match ended, but Lloyd told
them to be proud of their
accomplishments this season.
"We went farther than
anybody would've guessed,"
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Keystone Heights High
School boys' soccer coach
Roger Lloyd resigned Tuesday,
just days after taking the school
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soccer match. Lloyd cited his
desire to pursue other coaching
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reason for resigning.
Lloyd, 40, compiled a three-
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record over the past two


BHS'


By CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer


seasons and garnered the
program's first two district
titles. The team's overall
district tally during his three-
year tenure was 22-3.
In Lloyd's first year,
Keystone won its first regional
quarterfinal in school history,
defeating Pierson Taylor 2-1 in
penalty kicks. The team would
later lose in the regional semi-
finals.
Lloyd's second season
produced the first district
championship ever for the
program when the team finished


a perfect 8-0, outscoring
opponents 39 goals to 3. In
Lloyd's final -season, the
Indians repeated as district
champs, finishing a perfect 8-0
in district play. The team went
on to host Bolles in this year's
Region 1 finals.
"We raised the bar for
Keystone Heights soccer,"
Lloyd said. "These young men
worked very hard on and off the
field and I was honored to be a
part of the history
making-especially this year. It
truly was a very, very


successful year'in any way you
measure."
In his first and second
seasons, Lloyd's teams also
produced two WCJB-TV20
"Scholar Athletes of the Week."
Lloyd said he has high hopes
for the Indians in the future.
."It's hard in life sometimes to
move on and start fresh," said
Lloyd, "but sometimes we all
need a change of scenery and
for me that time is now. These
young men at Keystone will
hopefully continue the tradition
of excellence."


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Prior, to the season opener,
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preseason tournament at
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Gainesville. Bradford defeated
Eastside 10-0 and lost 4-2 to
Palatka. Sparks had a double
and Reed had a triple in the win
over Eastside.


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Keystone girls fall to Clay in region quarterfinals


By CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Keystone Heights head girls'
basketball coach Deborah
Feagle found herself
wondering, for the second
straight game, how things
would have turned out if her
team had been at full strength
after her team's 52-41 loss to
Clay in a Region 1-3A
quarterfinal game on Feb. 17 in
Green Cove Springs.


Keystone, which ended its
season with an 18-9 record, was
seeking its first regional playoff
win since the 1998-99 season.
However, post players Sara
Crane and Kellie Spualding
were on the bench with injuries
and guard Leanne Harris was
limited in her playing time
because of illness.
Still, the game may have
been closer if the Indians had
taken better care of the ball.
Keystone committed at least
eight turnovers in the second,


....

Jessica Whitfield (left) led Keystone with nine points
and eight rebounds.


third and fourth quarters. More
than 10 of those occurred in the
second quarter as Clay was able
to build a 13-point halftime
lead.
"It was our turnovers that
killed us," Feagle said.
Keystone trailed by eight
points early in the second
quarter, but a 3-pointer by
Mindy Poupard and a mid-
range jumper by Harris pulled
the Indians within 14-11. Clay
ended the half with a 12-2 run,
including two consecutive
baskets in the final minute off
of turnovers.
The Indians came out at the
start of the third quarter and
outscored Clay 8-2. Jessica
Whitfield had a basket, then
recorded an assist on a layup by
Mary Anne McCall. Karlyn
Reddish drove the length of the
floor for another basket before
Whitfield made two free
throws, making the score 28-2T.
Clay would respond by
scoring the next nine points and
taking a 16-point lead into the
final quarter.
Keystone would trim Clay's
lead to nine when McCall made
two free throws and Cherish
Beck scored on a rebound
putback. However, the Indians
could not help themselves at the
foul line, where they missed 11-
of-14 free throws in the game's
final five minutes.
Whitfield led the Indians with
nine points and she and McCall
each had eight rebounds.


Whitfield and Reddish, who
had eight points, each had three
assists.
Though the Indians are still
looking for that first playoff
win since the '90s, Feagle told
her players in the locker room
an 18-9 record and a regional
playoff berth were nothing to
hang their heads about.
"I was just telling the girls I
was so proud of them for the
year we had," Feagle said.
Clay, which improved to 23-
3, played Florida High in the
semifinals on Tuesday. Florida
High (20-6) defeated Pensacola
Catholic 64-57 in the
quarterfinals.


Score by Quarter
KHHS: 4 9 11
CHS: 10 16 11


17-41
15-52


Keystone Scoring (41): Beck
6, Harris 4, McCall 7, Poupard
3, Reddish-8, Suit 4, Whillield 9.
3-pointers: Poupard, Reddish,
Whitfield. Free throws: 8-22.

Lady Raiders advance
SSanta Fe, which defeated the
Indians for the District 4
championship, advanced to the
Region 1 semifinals by
defeating Ribault 61-56.
The Raiders, despite trailing.
by 11 at the half, improved their
record to 19-8. Santa Fe
outscored Ribault 26-18 to open


Keystone's Cherish Beck (right) gets up in the air to
contest the shot of a Clay player.


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Kim White had 17 points for
the Raiders, who played East
Gadsden on Tuesday. East
Gadsden (23-5) advanced to the


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By CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Top seed Santa Fe used a 13-
3 run in the fourth quarter to
pull away from the Bradford
boys' basketball team and
defeat the Tornadoes 63-54 for
the District 4-3A championship
on Feb. 19 in Alachua.
Bradford, as the district
runner-up, will travel to
Jacksonville Thursday, Feb. 24,
to play a Region i quarterfinal
game against fifth-ranked
Ribault,(20-7) at 7 p.m. Santa
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in the state, will host Bolles.
Both teams exchanged leads
throughout the game and it was


a one-point game in favor of
Santa Fe entering the fourth
quarter.
"We were right where we
needed to be to win the game,"
Bradford head coach Mark
McGraw said.
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several players were in foul
trouble at that time, including
Marcus Wilson, who fouled out
during Santa Fe's run.
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early in the fourth quarter gave
the Tornadoes their final lead of
the game. Santa Fe's Melvin
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the other end and scored against
Guion, who had four fouls. A
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Bradford ends Union County's season in semifinals


By CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer

Bradford's Japan ,"Opie"
Ruise and Union County's Gary
Smith were each on fire in the


second half, but it was Ruise's
26 points in the half that made
sure the Tornadoes did not lose
their lead en route to an 85-63
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overall and Smith had 28-22
of which came in the second
half. However, Smith's hot
shooting-he made five 3-
pointers in the second
half-could not help the Tigers
overcome a disastrous start to
the game.
The Tigers (13-13) did not
score until the 3:05 mark of the
first quarter when Teddy
Young, fouled on a 3-point
attempt, made three free throws.
Their first field goal did not
come until 1:05 remained in the
quarter when C.J. Spiller scored
following his own steal.
Bradford, with two 3-point
baskets from Darryl Hankerson,
had an 11-point lead prior to
Spiller's basket and went into
the second quarter up by 10
after a layup by D'Andre Seay.
The Tigers climbed back into
the game with a 9-0 run, which
was capped by a 3-pointer by
Jonathan Alexander.
That cut Bradford's lead to
three, but the Tornadoes
responded by scoring 12 of the
next 14 points. Letroy Guion
scored on two layups, with
assists from Kadeem Leverson
and Marcus Wilson, and Ruise
made a 3-pointer. Ruise added a
layup and a 3-pointer by
Leverson put Bradford up 34-
21.
The second half seemed to be
a duel between Ruise and
Smith. Ruise scored 10 points
in the third quarter and Smith
had nine, including a 3-pointer
that pulled the Tigers within six
at one point.
Ruise, however, was joined
by Wilson, whoscored nine
points in the third quarter. A 3-
pointer by Wilson put the
Tornadoes tip 45-34.
The Tornadoes led by 13
points when they opened the
fourth quarter with a 6-0 run.
Union could not get any closer
than 13 points the rest of the
way.
Hankerson had a productive
fourth quarter for the Tornadoes
as he made 5-of-8 free throws


Bradford's D'Andre Seay (center) drives to the basket between Union County players
Willie Oliver (left) and Jonathon Alexander.


and grabbed four 'rebounds.
Wilson also had four rebounds
in the final quarter.
Wilson was the second-
leading scorer for Bradford with
15 points, while Guion and
Hankerson had 14 and 11
points, respectively.
Spiller was the only other
player besides Smith to score in
double figures for the Tigers
with 15 points.
'Score by Quarter
BHS:, 16 20 19 30-85
UCHS: 6 19 17 21-63

Scoring
Bradford (85): Guion 14,


Hankerson 11, Leverson 3,
Ruise 36,' Seay 6, Wilson 15. 3-
pointers: Ruise,. Wilson,
Hankerson 2.
Union County (63): J.
Alexander 7, Kevin Alexander2,
Rodencia Austin 2, Willie Oliver
2, Charles Rushing 2, Spiller 15,
Smith 28, Young 5. 3-pointers:
J. Alexander, Smith 5.

Earlier BHS result:
BHS 76 Ft. White 50
Ruise and Seay combined to
score 49 points as the
Tornadoes advanced to the
district semifinals by defeating


Fort White 76-50 in a
quarterfinal game on Feb. 15.
Bradford led by five points at
the half, but outscored Fort
White 21-5 in,the third quarter
to build a 56-35 lead
Ruise led all scorers with 28
points, while Seay had. 2&
Wilson added 14 points.


Score by Quarter
FWHS: 17 13 5
BHS: 16 19 21


15-50
20-76


Bradford Scoring (76): Josh
Blye 3, Chuckie Covington 3,
Hankerson 7, Ruise 28, Seay
21, Wilson 14..3-pointers: Blye,

Covington, Hankerson, Seay 3.


UCHS wins baseball opener


By CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer

Brandon Davis struck out the


last seven batters he faced as
the Union County baseball team
rallied to defeat St. Joseph 7-5
in the first round of the Palatka
High School Invitational on
Feb. 21.
Davis, who pitched three-
and-one-third innings of relief,
had eight strikeouts in all and
allowed no hits and just one
walk.
The Tigers trailed 5-4
heading into the top of the
sixth. Austin Emery led off the
inning by drawing a walk. He
then stole second and moved to
third when a St. Joseph's throw
to second went into center field.
Tyler O'Steen tied the game
when his sacrifice fly scored
Emery.
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Johnson did provide that run
when he was driven home by
Miles Leslie's single.
Leslie finished the game with
three RBI. He was 3-for-3 and
had a double.
Austen Roberts, who was a
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added the Tigers' last run when
he scored on an error.
Johnson finished the game 3-
for-4 with two doubles, wviile
Emery, who led off the',gamF
with a home run, was 2-for-3.
Union County will wrap up
play in the invitational this
week, then travel to play
Newberry on Tuesday, March
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Keystone's Hayes accepts FCCJ baseball scholarship


By CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
They are rare finds as far as
Chris Blaquiere, head baseball
coach at Florida Community
College at Jacksonville, is
concerned-players who put
substance above style, who put
in the hard work necessary to
get better and who take school
seriously.
Blaquiere thinks he's found
one of those players at
Keystone Heights High
School-senior outfielder
Brandon Hayes. Hayes accepted


a scholarship from FCCJ and
signed the necessary paperwork
during a ceremony on Feb. 11
at KHHS.
"He has the blue-collar
attitude that works well in our
program, and not only on the
baseball field," Blaquiere said
of Hayes. "School does not
bother him. Sitting down in a
classroom and studying are not
issues for him. It's normal for
him.
"At our school, that's what
we want. We want guys who
want their education. Baseball's
a bonus to that."
Hayes, now that he has the


opportunity to play collegiately,
is going to do whatever he can
to be successful.
"I've worked my whole life
for this," Hayes said.
Keystone head baseball coach
Alan Mattox can attest to
Hayes' work ethic.
"He's one of those guys you
always see after practice and on
weekends," Mattox said. "He's
always working on his game."
Hayes' involvement with the
Keystone program began at an
early age. Mattox said he can
remember Hayes, as an
elementary school student,
.dropping by the field and
standing at the fence, wanting
to enter and be a batboy for the
team.
Hayes has not been off the
field much since then.
"He's an old field rat,"
Mattox said. "He's a guy who's
always been around the ballpark
and loves playing ball. A guy
with that kind of dedication and
commitment is going to succeed
and do well."
Hayes has been playing for
Keystone since his eighth-grade
year. Since his move to the
outfield after starting out


Keystone Heights High School senior Brandon Hayes
signs a letter-of-intent to play baseball at Florida
Community College at Jacksonville. His parents,
Bobby and Cindy Hayes, look on.


playing in the infield, Hayes has:
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and getting good jumps on balls:
hit into the outfield, Mattox
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"He's become a leader out
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"Most of all, he's a tough:
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McCall, who played in the
Keystone girls' basketball
team's loss to Clay in the
Region 1 quarterfinals the night
before, allowed just one hit.
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Broadway was 2-for-5..
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'Taking Care of Business"


CHAMBER OF COMMERCE


Lake Butler Office
410 W. Main St.
Lake Butler
386-496-1093


MAIN OFFICE
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A candidates' forum was held Feb. 15 in Keystone Heights.
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Center, The Lake Region Monitor, Johnny Mason and Adam
Chalker.
Business seminars are a success!
On Feb. 10, we had a guest speaker Gerry Hoeffner in
town for a two-part seminar. We hope that all those who
attended took home with them some helpful information.
Our thanks to Santa Fe Conmmunity College, Andrews
Center, for the use of its auditorium.


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DISTRICT
Continued from p. 4C

"The thing about it is, even
though they won the district
championship, they know they
played a tough basketball
team."
Bradford got off to a quick
start, but could not build a lead
bigger than five points in the
-first half.
Two baskets by Ruise helped
the Tornadoes jump out to an
early 6-2 lead. The Raiders


KH baseball


came back and took the lead
after a 3-pointer by Hitchcock.
Bradford's Wilson would
answer at the other end with a
trey of his own, putting
Bradford up 11-10.
A rebound score by Wilson
put the Tornadoes up 19-14
early in the second quarter, but
two consecutive 3-pointers by
Tony Bartee helped the Raiders
tie the game at 21-all.
A 3-pointer and two free
throws by Hitchcock put-the
Raiders up by two late in the
quarter. Two more free throws
by Chris Stanaland gave Santa
Fe a 34-30 lead with 14 seconds
left until halftime, but
Bradford's Josh Blye drained a
3-pointer at the buzzer to send
the Tornadoes into .the locker


room down by one.
Each team scored 10 points in
the third quarter. Hitchcock,
who led Santa Fe with 19
points, was fouled shooting a 3-
pointer with 26 seconds left in
the quarter. He made two of his
three free throw attempts to
send the Raiders into the final
quarter up 44-43.
In'all, the Raiders scored 17
of their second half points from
the foul line. The Raiders
-attempted 25 free throws for the
game, compared to just nine for
Bradford. Bradford did not go
to the line until the third
quarter.
Bradford's Ruise led all
scorers with 20 points, 12 of
which came in the first half.


Guion had 15 points and
Wilson added 11.
It was not enough for a win,
but McGraw could not fault the
effort put forth by his team,
which had to play its way out of
the quarterfinals as the
tournament's third seed.
"We didn't win the district
title, but I'm still happy,"
McGraw said. "The kids fought
hard and they gave me
everything they had. That's.all-
can ask out of them."
The winner between Bradford
and Ribault in Thursday's
quarterfinal game will play
either DeFuniak Springs
Walton or Tallahassee Florida
High on Tuesday, March 1, at 7
p.m. The Santa Fe-Bolles


team set to

host Santa Hm ofthe



By CLIFF SMELLEYi Sales A
Telegraph Staff Writer S A
A rematch of the District 4-
3A 'baseball-championship C H R Y S L E R
game will take place in-
Keystone Heights this Friday,
Feb. 25, when the Indians host
Santa Fe at 7 p.m.
It will be the first district B
gameii this season'for Keystone 20 05G a S
anthesecond gameoverallCARAVAN XT
The. Indians played St. Pwer Windows,
Augustine on Wednesday.
. Keystone finished as district Anti-Lock Brakes,
runner-up to Santa Fe last year 5
after a 13-3 loss in the Crash Rating
championship game. Crash Rating ... .
The Indians pla yed in a
preseason tournament at
Buchholz High School in
Gainesville last week, losing 4-
3 to Venice, a Class 5A
regional finalist last season, and
7-- 0to Sarasota,-a Class
re.gioial semifinalist last
.season.
Keystone head coach Alan
Mattox said it was a Retail PriCe $26,618 S E $6,620
disappointment to lose both
games,' but he added, "I was
happy) with how hard our kids
competed."
The Indians were able to rally
and tie Venice in the top of the
seventh, but Venice was able to I CK OW
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