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Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 2, 2006
Publication Date: 1888-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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7 children die in


Union County crash


.BY JAMES REDMOND
Times Staff Writer
Seven Union County children are
dead and nine more were hospitalized
after a tractor-trailer failed to stop for
a bus that was unloading children.
According to the Florida Highway
Patrol, a Union County School
District bus was stopped on S.R. 121
north, four miles south of Lake,
Butler, to offload some of its
passengers. As the bus sat stationary,
with one vehicle behind it. the truck
failed to stop and collided with the
car and the bus. All seven children
killed were in the car.
Cynthia Nicole "Nikki" Mann, 15.
Elizabeth Mann. 15, Ashley Keen,
14, Johnny Mann, 13, Miranda Finn,
10. Heaven Mann. 3 and Anthony
Lamb, 20 months, were in the 1993
Pontiac Bonneville that was struck by
the truck drien by Alvin Wilkerson.
31, of Jacksonville. Wilkerson was,
taken to Shands Starke where he was
released later in the evening.
Iris Faye Keen. grandmother of
Ashley Keen, said the Mann children
had gone to pick up Ashley and her
sister Miranda %who had just moved to


the Worthington Springs area.
They were on their way back to the
Manns' house to catch the church van
that evening, she said.
Of the nine children that were on
the bus. three were airlifted to Shands
University of Florida. Two more were
taken there by ambulance. Of the
remaining four. two were taken to
Shands Starke and two to Lake Butler
Hospital. The bus' driver, Lillie Mae
Perry Godbolt. was first taken to
Lake Butler Hospital, then Shands
Alachua General Hospital and finally
UF.
The bus was carrying students
from all three Union County
schools-Lake Butler Elementary,
Lake Butler Middle School and
Union County High School.
According to Lt. Bill Leeper of FHP,
the children on the bus ranged in ages.
from'5 to 17.
The nine children" on the bus
included Brenda Chandler, 17,'
Katherine Woods, 5, Cecilia'Elixson,
15, Cody Vaughn, 13, Diana Lynn
Murphy, 13, Richard Murphy Jr., 16,
Roman West, 13, Justin Poorman, 15,
and Dalton Sumner, '1.
See CRASH, p. 3A


Offenders barred


from living near kids


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor
A law is now in the books in the
city of Starke prohibiting convicted
sex offenders and predators from
establishing residence near locations
where children congregate.
Before the new restrictions were
given unanimous approval by the city
commission. Commissioner Carolyn
Spooner asked about language that
would make landlords responsible for
knowingly renting to sex offenders in
a prohibited area.
Attorney. John Broling said
landlords must do so knowingly for it
to be a violation of the law, and the
city was not placing responsibility on
landlords to check the status of a
potential tenant. The sex offender has
to register and, in doing so, will know
where not to locate, he said.
Broling said the purpose of the
ordinance was not to completely bar
residency to sex offenders, but as a
practical matter, outlawing residency


For someone who's been waiting 10 years to break ground on a new library, you would
think county Library Director Phalbe Henriksen would have shown up with a larger shovel.
Actually, hers was a commemorative shovel engraved with the date of the
groundbreaking, and it will occupy a future display. Henriksen is pictured above with
architect Jack Hedge turning first soil on the much-anticlpated library construction
ant r b : a project.


Many gather to break ground on new facility


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor
A beautiful day and an invocation
by the Rev. Ross Chandler greeted
those who turned out to see ground
broken on one of the county's most
anticipated projects in years-the
new public library that will be built
on Pratt Street in the city of Starke.
Terry Vaughan, chairman of the
Library Advisory Board,
acknowledged the many people who
have come together to see a new
library built in Bradford County.
'"This day has been a long time
coming ... So many people have
pulled together on this project, I can
honestly say that in my time in public
service, I have never seen a project
that pulled so many diverse interests
together for the common ,good than
this project. It has been a wonderful
partnership," Vaughan said.
:From the Bradford County
Commission and the Library
Advisory Board it appointed to
oversee the project to Santa Fe
Community College, the Suwannee
River Water Management District


and the professionals hired to consult
on, design or build the project, there
was plenty of recognition toe go
around.
Vaughan saluted the county.
commission, saying the board
understood both the cultural and
economic boost an expanded library
would provide. Not only have studies
shown a large economic return on the
money invested in libraries, he said,
but this project'will also be "!striking
huge blow in the fight against
illiteracy."
Vaughan singled but one county
commissioner in particular for
identifying the county's need and
working to make a new library a
reality.'
"I want to especially say thank you
to Commissioner John Cooper.,
Without his vision and the sweat
equity he was willing to put into this
project early on, this day would have
never occurred," Vaughan said.
County Chairman John Wayne
Hersey called the groundbreaking a
wonderful day for Bradford County,'
and he commended the cooperation


with the city of Starke, which traded
properties with the county and
provided the library a new home.
Hersey said the project couldn't
have come to this point without
friends in high places. Michelle Barth
was on hand to represent U.S. Sen.
Bill Nelson, who wrote of the
importance of libraries in a letter to
the gathering.
"In this information age, ,the
resources and guidance offered by
our public" libraries are ..more
important than ever. I thank you for
your continued efforts to ensure that
Florida's residents are prepared for
the world of tomorrow," Nelson
wrote.
Sen. Mel Martinez sent Kevin
Doyle and Blair Blackard to represent
his office. Vaughan also represented
Florida Sen. Rod Smith and Rep. Joe
Pickens, but special recognition went
to Rep. Aaron Bean, who worked
alongside Cooper for several years to
get state giraht money to help fund the
library construction project.

See LIBRARY, p. 2A


within 2,500 feet of the included
areas may, in fact, have that effect as
the restrictions could leave very little
room to live elsewhere within the city
limits ..
"As a practical matter, it may have
that effect, but there may be some
corner or pocket that would be in the
city limits but would not be within
2,500 feet (of places children
congregate)," Broling said.
The ordinance refers to repeat
sexual offenders and sexual predators
who prey on children as "an extreme
threat to the public safety" and
prohibits anyone convicted of a sex
crime against a victim 16 years old or
younger, regardless of whether
adjudication has been withheld, from
living temporarily or permanently
within 2,500 feet of any school,
daycare center, park, playground or
other location where children
congregate.

See BARRED, p. 3A


Charges dropped against


DOC officer,

BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor
Florida Department of Corrections
employees Richard Frye and James
Bowen will not be prosecuted for
allegedly participating in a brawl last
spring and are back on the state
payroll.
Charges against the two and former
Region 1 Director Allen "A.C." Clark
were reduced to misdemeanors in
December. All three were accused of
attacking a. former correctional
officer at a softball banquet in
Tallahassee last April, but charges
against Frye and Bowen have now
been dropped.
Assistant State Attorney Phil Smith
said such conduct was an
embarrassment to all state
employees, but hundreds of pages of
evidence and testimony were not
enough to determine their culpability
beyond a reasonable doubt.
Charges against Clark have not
been dropped.
While Frye and Bowen were back
on the payroll Tuesday, it was unclear
whether or not either would be
allowed to return to work. That
decision may await completion of an
investigation by a the inspector


general's office.
Frye was a colonel and Bowen a
major while working at Apalachee
Correctional Institution, but those
positions have since been assigned to
other employees.
Meanwhile, four more drug arrests
were made last week in connection
with steroid abuse among corrections
employees.
Kevin Kennington of Lake City, a
lieutenant at South Florida Reception
Center, and Chuck Wilson of Starke,
a sergeant at New River Correctional
Institution, were each charged with
one count of steroid possession for
incidents occurring in August 2002.
Stacey Lanier. Green of Lake
Butler, a sergeant at Lake
Correctional Institution, was charged
with possession of steroids for
incidents occurring in February 2003.
Also charged with steroid
possession for incidents occurring in
August 2003 was Robert Combass of
Jasper, a correctional officer at New
River.
All incidents are alleged to have
occurred in -Bradford County, and
each charge is a misdemeanor.
All four DOC employees are now
on administrative leave.


For crime, socials and editorials, see Regional Neyvs section. For sports, see Features and Sports section.

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A cake served by the Woman's Club showed an
artist's rendering of the new library.


LIBRARY
Continued from p. 1A
Bean was present to break
ground alongside other
officials, and Vaughan noted
that it wasn't every day that
politicians were able to throw
dirt and get applauded for it.
Santa Fe Community
College President Jackson
Sasser, speaking on behalf of
all of those at the college who
have assisted with the project,
including John Sikorski, Diane
Gross and Harvey Sharron, said
Santa Fe's involvement with
the library is just one more .way
in which the college is trying to
serve the community. The
college will assist with new
computer purchases and paving
the parking lot, which will
serve both the library and
students at the Stump Center.
The Suwannee River Water
Management District.
represented by Jerry
Scarborough, Jerry Bowden,.
Patrick Webster and Sylvia
Tatum, assisted with additional
property acquisition and is
designing a drainage and
retention system to address
"flooding problems on Pratt
Street and U.S. 301.
Consultants Gerard McCabe
and Bernadette Stork helped
gauge public opinion to
develop a report .that was the
foundation. for designing a
library that would meet the
communiiy's- n-ee'ds. The "
architects selected were Jack
Hedge of Design Group in
Ohio and Bradford County's
own Spyros Drivas. Hedge said
the building would be energy
and, therefore, cost efficient.
All State Construction was
chosen to build the library. Vice
President Casey Weldon,
joined by Project Manager Joe
Nealon, expressed their
excitement at being chosen to
build a library everyone could
be proud of.
Vaughan said it was very
appropriate that the Woman's
Club of' Starke had become
involved with the library
project as it was the Woman's
Club that established the first
library in a storage room as a
WPA project. Books were
rented for.10 cents a week, and
'that" money went toward the
purchase of new books. The
library moved to larger and
larger rooms at, the Woman's
Club as its popularity grew. In
1957, the county provided
space on the second floor of the
old jail, and Woman's Club
members were appointed to
serve on the first library board.
In 1963, still more space was
needed, so the library moved
back to Walnut Street in the
building now occupied by
Badcock Furniture. A fund-
raising project began in 1969 to
build a new library building,
and the result was the .library's
present home on Jackson
Street, which opened its doors'
in 1975.
Library advisory board-
members include Vaughan,
-..Chuck Kramer, .Brenda
Donaldson, Cheryl Canova,
Vivian Chappell, Tommy
Chastain, Shelley Torode and
Mark Crawford. Don Tilley has
also served with the board. The
board was created by the
county commission in 2003,
and members'have advised the
commission on the selection of
the site as well as consulting,
design and construction
services. They have done so
with the guidance of Library
Director Phalbe Henriksen,
whose interest in building a
new library over the past 10
years has made her a veritable
expert in the process.
Capital City Bank is
financing the project.
Site clearing work will now
begin with actual construction
slated to start in March.


Bradford County Library staff members Diane Gaskins, Jeanette Hamilton and,
from the Alachua County Public Library system, Kelley Stewart


Santa Fe Community College Trustee Arley McRae
and County Chairman John Wayne Hersey.


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Woman's Club President Connie Best and Library
Advisory Board Member Cheryl Canova

Get tax help
at the library
Beginning Thursday, Feb. 2,
tax help will be available at the
Bradford County Public
!w Library on Monday and
Thursday evenings for low
Income and elderly residents.
There is no charge for this
service.
To make an appointment,
stop by the library or call (904)
964-6400.


Library Advisory Board
Chairman Terry Vaughan


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Feb. 2, 2006 TELEGRAPH Page 3A



9 compete for Miss BHS crown


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor

The eighth annual Miss BHS
Pageant will be held Saturday,
Feb. 4, at 8 p.m. in the
Bradford High School
auditorium on Washington
Street in Starke.
A total of nine contestants
will compete in several.
-"tegories, including talent,
normall wear and personal
interviews, and one will be
crowned the pageant winner.
Jessica Borgner is the
daughter of Gloria and Glenn
Borgner. A member of the BHS
dance team, .she is .also
involved with Educational
Talent Search.
Jasmine Diggs is the
daughter of Kon.dra Richardson
and Shawn Diggs. .Her
involvement includes
journalism, soccer, flag team


CRASH
Continued from p. 1A

According to Union Cour
Sheriff Jerry Whitehead, t
accident took place
approximately 3:40 p.m. n
S.W. 75th Terr., on S.R. 121.
"This is the worst accident
have seen in my career
sheriff," Whitehead said.
Capt. Gary Seay,. t
sheriffs No. 2 man, echoed t
sheriff's statements.
"I don't know of one tha
worse," Seay said. "It's jus
tragic thing."
According to Whitehead, t
school bus was stopped in t
northbound lane, apparent
unloading passenger
Wilkerson, driver of the Cr
Carrier Corporation tract
trailer, crashed into the rear
the car that was stopped behi
bus No. 13. The car a
tractor-trailer caught fire af
the collision, reducing the c
to what Whitehead descril
as "ashes."'
According to Lt. Mi
Burroughs of FHP, evidence
the scene showed that t
tractor-trailer did not bra
before hitting the car. He sa
that, as of press time,
charges had been filed agaii


and the Santa Fe Upward.
Bound program.
Karrissa Eunice is the,
daughter of Colleen Etunice.
She participates '1 in
weightlifting and is a member
of Alpha Phi Beta.
Kia Jackson is the daughter
of Jackie Davis and Shaun
Jackson. She is a cheerleader, a
member of the. All-Student
Advisory Program and the
gospel choir, and she is
involved with Educational
Talent Search.
Jasmine Jefferson is the
daughter of Pam and Eugene
Jackson and the granddaughter
of Sylvia Jefferson. She is
junior class secretary and
participates in the Santa Fe
Upward Bound program and
the All-Student 'Advisory
Program.
Priscilla Ann Padgett is the
daughter of Donna and Maxie


Padgett. She is involved with
FFA, video production and the
Future Business Leaders of
America, and she plays golf.
Brandi Richardson is the
daughter of Lisa and Nathan'
Richardson. She is a member
of the BHS marching band and
the Spanish Club. .
Lindley Sexton .is the
daughter of Tim and Sherry
Sexton. She is a majorette and
a member of student
government.
Amanda Wolfe. is the
daughter of Brenda Dorminey
and Danny Wolfe. She
participates in student
government and' is a member of
Alpha Phi Beta.
Tickets for the pageant are
$5 and all proceeds will benefit
the BHS German Exchange.
Program.


Wilkerson., but that the children everywhere," Parrish
investigation was ongoing, and 'said. "We went from patient to
he could not comment about patient assessing their injuries'
charges that possibly could be and prioritizing their
filed. conditions."
During a press conference.on Agencies from surrounding .
ity Thursday, David Rayburn with counties were called in to help
the the National Transportation not only emergency services,
at Safety Board, said that but the sheriff's office as well,
ear "shadow marks" found at the including Bradford, Baker,
scene may indicated that the Clay and Columbia counties,
it I truck may have done some the Florida Department of
as, light braking just before the Corrections, the Lawtey Police
collision. Department and Lawtey
he Burroughs also said the bus Volunteer FireDepartment, the
the came to rest approximately city of Macclenny Fire
200 feet from where it was Department and others.
it's first struck. He also confirmed Whitehead said these are the
t a that' the cab of 'the tractor- most traffic deaths the county
trailer was laying on its side has experienced in a single
the where it came torest. year since he has been sheriff.
the Union County "Normally, we experience
ily Superintendent of Schools. two to three traffic deaths per
rs. Carlton Faulk said he arrived year," Whitehead said. "This
ete at the accident shortly after it accident alone has doubled that
or- occurred. number."
of "I was here 10 minutes after To date, the county has had a
ind the accident happened," Faulk total of nine fatalities as a
nd said. "We;had kids on the road. result of traffic accidents in
ter Our bus driver was out the 2006. On Jan. 14, two men
car door on the ground. It was very were killed after the driver of
)ed frightening. I Was very the truck attempted to elude
scared-scared for the law enforcement officers.
ke families, scared for the kids." Bobby Todd and Robert
hat Union County Emergency Flanigan perished when Todd
:he Medical Services Director drove into Union County
ike Allen Parrish was one of the Deputy James "Eddie" Lee and
aid firsrmeditea kpersonnet otir'the both vehicles erupted into
np scene., flames. Deputy Ken Smith
rist .'"When I arrived-therd-were ..-ptlled-1eeto safety: ..


Miss BHS contestants (front, I-r) Lindley Sexton, Jasmine Jefferson, Priscilla Ann
Padgett, (back, I-r) Jasmine Diggs, Jessica Borgner, Karrissa Eunice and Brandi
Richardson. Not pictured: Kia Jackson and Amanda Wolfe.


Reach to Recovery, a personal
visitation program for women
diagnosed with breast cancer, is
available upon request.
Volunteer visitors who are breast
cancer survivors are available
before and after breast surgery to
provide information and
support. Call (904) 758-3074 or
(352) 376-6866 for information.
Al-Anon and Alateen family
meets from 8-9 p.m. on Saturdays
at St. Edward's Catholic Church I
in Starke. Call (904) 964-9269
for more info.
American Legion Post 56 holds
monthly meetings on the second


and fourth Tuesdays of each
month at the post home on
Edwards Road in Starke.
Love your library 964-6400.
Cub Scouts Pack 367 holds
weekly meetings at St. Mark's
Episcopal Church in Starke on
Tuesday at 7 p.m. for grades 1-5.
For information, contact Connie
at (904) 964-5188.
The New Bethel Baptist Church
has a communitywide noonday
Bible study each Wednesday. The
public is invited and
transportation is available. For
information call the church at.
(904) 964-6919.


631st Maintenance Co. Fla.
National Guard family support
group meets the first and third
Saturday of each month at
Western Steer Steakhouse in
Starke. Members of the unit and
their families are invited to this
Dutch-treat dinner. For
information, call (904) 964-
5320:
A free class for adults who want
to improve reading skills and
basic math computational skills
will be held at Bradford-Union
Area Vo-Tech. For additional
information, call (904) 966-
6773 or (904) 966-6764.


BARRED
Continued from p. 1A

The measurement applies
from property line to property
line, and violators can be fined
up to $500 and/or imprisoned
for up to 60 days.
The law allows for. four
exceptions:
* Residency was established
prior to enactment of the
ordinance.
* The school or daycare
center within 2,500 feet of the
residence .was opened after the
offender established permanent
residence.
r The offender was a minor
when ,the offense was
committed and was not
convicted as an adult.
* The offender is a minor.
Another provision requires
sex offenders and predators
living in the city to sign a form
stating he or she understands



NAACP plans
Black History
Month events
February is Black History.
Month, and the local chapter of
the NAACP will be- holding
community gatherings all
month to celebrate, inform and
entertain.
Every Friday in February,
beginning tomorrow, Feb. 3,
the NAACP will host an event
at different places in the
community. The first of these
will take place at Mt. Pisgah
AME Church from 7-10 p.m.
All ages will be welcomed at
these events, which will
feature a variety of activities,
including oral history, games,
talent showcases, movie time,
question and answer
discussions, refreshments and
much more. Children should
be accompanied by a parent
because this is a family,
community and personal
growth series.
For more information or to
be a guest presenter, contact
Cynthia Ross at (904) 966-
6705 or (904) 782-3107.


his or her responsibilities as a
sex offender when that form is
presented by a. law
enforcement officer. Refusal to
sign could also lead to a fine of
up to $500 and/or
imprisonment of up to 60 days.
According to the ordinance,
the Eighth Circuit Court of
Appeals upheld such residency
restrictions in 2005.


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FAIR HOUSING

PUBLIC INFORMATION MEETING .
The City of Starke will conduct a fair housing meeting on February 7, 2006
at 6:45 pm.' or soon as possible thereafter during a regular City
Commission meeting in the Commission Chambers, 209 N. Thompson
Street, Starke, Florida 32091. This meeting is intended to provide the
public, with information concerning fair housing requirements. Anyone
interested in understanding the importance of fair housing should attend.
A FAIR HOUSING/EQUAL OPPORTUNITY/HANDICAP ACCESS JURISDICTION
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Health talk with a heart: Altrusa, Shands team to educate women


Heart health was the talk of
the town as over 150
participants gathered to lunch
and learn about the diseases
associated with the heart.


Country Club at noon on Jan. About one in e\er. 2.5
26. While women and men women will die ofl heart
from all walks of life enjoyed disease, stroke or other
each other's company and cardiovascular disease. As the
lunched, Dr. Thomas Beavers, number one killer of women,
"----


Altrusan Carole Decelle presents literacy grants to Lawte
Principal Lisa Prevatt, Hampton Elementary Principal Ric
Assistant Superintendent Rick Ezzell.


Sitting down to lunch and a discussion of women's health were (I-r) Ruth
Corwine, Margaret Anderson, Beverly Hardy, Kathy Eiland and Loal Hand.


This event, which was
-sponsored by Altrusa Club' of
Starke and Shands Starke, was
held at the Starke Golf and


head of Thoracic Surgery at the
University of Florida, spoke
about the dangers of women
ignoring their heart health.


Dr. Tom Beavers and Dana Crase, Altrusa president..


research points to the fact that
more women die of these
diseases than men. Symptoms
of heart issues are different in
women than men.
Dr. Beavers was introduced
by one of his patients, Altrusa's
own Mary Powell. While
getting information to women
on heart health had been a
priority for Altrusa, educating
women on the importance of
heart health has taken on new
meaning for club members.
"We have seen first hand,
through Mary Powell, the
success that can be achieved
when women know the
symptoms of heart diseases and
how to get immediate care
when the symptoms arise," said
Dana 'Crase, president of
Altrusa. "She is an important
member of our club, our own
Altrusan sister, and her
recovery has meant a great deal
to us all."
After the one hour luncheon,
Dr. Beavers remained for
questions from the participants.
Shands Starke provided
informational pamphlets and
specialty "heart tins" for
attendees while Curves, owned


by member, Karen
Whittington, provided
pamphlets as well.
This is the second such heart
health seminar sponsored by
Altrusa Club of Starke and
Shands Starke. Anyone
interested in more information
on heart health may contact
Andrea Waterhouse or Jeannie.
Baker at (904) 368-2300.
Altrusa awards
literacy grants
More books will be available
soon in several Bradford
County schools as Altrusa Club
of Starke presented more than


$4,000 in grants, to area
libraries.
Altrusa's commitment to
promoting literacy is well-
known. The organization
submitted grants, written by
members Mary Powell, and
Cheryl Canova, to several
agencies throughout the year
and received $3,000 from Wal-
Mart and $1,000 through
Altrusa International Inc. One
hundred percent of these funds
went back into the community.
A $1,500 grant was given to
Hampton. Elementary and
Lawtey Community School.
Grants worth $250 were also


By Community School
:k Stephens and

given to Bradford Vo-Tech,
Southside Elementary and the .-
, Friends of the Library. A fourth
grant for $250 has yet to be
awarded.
These funds were
specifically 'earmarked for use
in purchasing books to replace
old, torn or lost library books.
Principals, reading coaches and
other,. school personnel
attended luncheons held by
Altrusa to receive their awards.
The replacement' of library
books is phase two in Altrusa's
literacy plan for the current
year.
Submitted by Carole Decelle


Accepting a $3,000 check from Wal-Mart that they turned around and donated to
local schools and organizations to support literacy are Altrusans Vicki Teal,
Linda Tatum, Linda Johns, Mary Powell, Martha Epps, Carole Decelle, Cheryl
Canova and Dana Crase.


Washington

Street two-

way again
The city of Starke, Starke
Police Department and
Bradford County School 'Board
have agreed to reopen
Washington Street to two-way
- traffic: ....- wa.
Please be cautions of
children in the vicinity of the
schools and the additional
traffic going both ways.


Traffic team

meets Feb. 2
The Bradford County
Community Traffic Safety
team -will meet on Thursday,

SUN's Nifty, She's Thrift
She's Blessed
To See
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Feb. 2. at 9:30 a.pn. in the
Emergency Operations 'Center
behind the Bradford County
Courthouse.


Animal

welfare group

formed
Bradford County PAWS
(Providing Animals with
Shelter and Support) will be
meeting every Thursday at
6:30 p.m. in. Starke City Hall
until the new shelter is built at
the end of February. All
volunteers and citizens are
urged to attend.
Please call Kristie Dickens
at (904) 334-7319 to volunteer
or to make donations,


Eugene L. Matthews Bradford
Cotinty Historical Mueum,
201 E. Call St. in Starke, offers'a


hVd'''~'iI6~o~h6~ie" arfif4ct~: Mtis~urif "' ap~1o1ntrnent. For infor~n~tion


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Hampton Elementary School recently announced its
KiwanisTerrific Kids. They are (1-r): first row. Jade Hines,
Denise Barr, Jonah Starling, Ashley Hughes, Noah Green;
second row, Savanna Munyan, Raleigh Clary, Kylie Duncan,
Tevin Smith, Dana Carney, Sarah Glisson; third row, Rick
Stephens, Bob Milner and Richard Sapp.



Lawtey Terrific Kids are named


Hampton
holding music
festival
The city of Hampton will
hold a music festival on
Saturday, Feb. 4, beginning at
11 a.m. at the city park.
Spaghetti dinners will be
sold for $4 between 11 a.m.
and 3 p.m. Purchase tickets
now at Hampton City Hall or
by calling (352) 468-1201.
Free entertainment will
include performances by Dirt
Road Band, Doug Williamson,
Barry Moore and& Phil'Clay,
.and a martial arts
demonstrationn will feature the
World Martial Arts Academy.
Originally, all funds raised
were supposed to go toward
the renovation of the city park
and concession stand.
However, after the deadly
accident in Union County,
Hampton Mayor Jim Mitzell
said the city has now decided
to. donate the proceeds to the
Mann family, who lost seven
children in the accident.

YMCA b'ball

tourney-sign
up by Feb. 5
The Bradford County
YMCA is 'hosting: a. fund-
raising basketball tournament
on Saturday, Feb. 18, from I-9
p.m. in the Bradford High
School gym.
Competition is open to 16
teams of five or six players
each. The. entrance fee is $100
per team, and the cost includes
receipt of one event T-shirt per
player. Winners will receive a
trophy, first place T-shirts and
bragging rights!
Competitors are free' to
choose their bracket. The
leisure league will play 20
minute games, while the
competitive league will play
30 minute games. Of the 16
total teams, eight will appear
in each bracket. Games will
feature certified referees.
Call (904) 964-9622 to.
register a team. Deadline is
Feb. 5. The tournament, is
presently sponsored by the
YMCA and American Dream


Realtors, but more sponsors
are needed. Call if interested in
joining the event as a sponsor.


%'FW Post #1016 meets the first
and third Thursday of each
month at the post home at 7:30
p.m. ________


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Lawtey Terrific Kids for the third nine weeks of the year
have been named. They are (I-r): first row, Cheyenne
Spatlin, Faith-Keturah Anderson,.Peyton, Brown, Brandon
Anders, Natalie Anders, Wyatt Hodge% Blake Vandiver;
second row, Summer White, Travis Kerr, Karley Patrick,
Kierston Boatwright, Oliver Griffin, Christina Sanders; third
row, Jacob Norman, Eddie Allen, Jessica Loznjcka, Stephen
Selph, Brandy Tibbitts, Hayden Thompson, Corey Patrick;
fourth row, Kiwanian Sylvia Tatum and Principal Lisa
Prevatt. Bailey Riggs was honored but was absent from
photo.


WORTH NOTING I
Veterans with an honorable
discharge who are interested in
reactivating Post #314 are urged to
call 964-5373, Maurice J. White,
anytime after 7 p.m.
The Lawtey Recreation Board
meets on the second Tuesday of the
month at 7 p.m.
A meditation and stress control
workshop is held every Thursday at
6:30 p.m. at the Senior Health Care
Center. Call to register (904) 782-
1069.


CHURCH
New Bethel Baptist Church may be purchased. Saturday,
will celebrate Deacon Feb. 18 will be gospel open mike
Deaconess and Trustee night. The club is open every
Anniversary on Sunday, Feb. Friday and Saturday from 7-10
12, 3 p.m. The public is invited. p.m. one mile past the Vo-Tech
on Brownlee Road. The public is
Raiford Calvary Temple invited. For information, call
Church of God in Raifiord will 964.5425.
have a revival featuring
Evangelist Zane Estes Jan. 29- Antioch Baptist Church of
Feb. 3. Sunday School, 9:45 Starke will have its annual love
a.m.; 11 a.m. and 6 p.m.; Mon.- breakfast on Saturday, Feb. I1,
Fri.. 7:30 p.m. The church is on 8:30 until 11 a.m. in the dining
S.R. 121 in Raiford. The public area. Everyone is invited. The
is invited. breakfast buffet is $6 for adult
Trinity Baptist Church will (11 and over) and $4 for
have its seventh annual Super children. Michael Johnson is
Bowl Celebration Sunday, Feb. pastor.
5,5 p.m. with musical guests New Beginning Lighthouse of
The Royals. Featured video Prayer, Inc. at 102 E. Brownlee
speaker will be Tony Dungy, St. will be having.a three night
head coach of the Indianapolis revival, Wednesday Feb. 1 -
Colts, and Colts players. The Friday, Feb. 3 with guest
church is on S.R. 21, 2.5 miles speaker, prophet John Dennis
south of Keystone Heights. For Lee of Parkville, Md. For more
information, call (352) 473- information, leave a message at
7261. (904) 964-7255. The public is
invited.
First Baptist Church of nvted
Starke will host Terry G. Hall Mt. Moriah United Methodist
in concert on Wednesday, Feb. will honor charter NAACP
1, 7 p.m., and Thursday, Feb. 2, members on Sunday, Feb. 19, 3
at noon. Also in concert will be p.m. For information call (904)
Young at Heart. For k 964-5373.
information, call the church 'Greater Allen Chapel AME
office at (904) 964-6562. GreaterAllenChapelAME
Church, 746 Pine St. in Starke
Pine Hill Gospel Club will will host its Founder's Day
have a "Be My Valentine" program on Sunday, Feb. 26, 3-5
theme on Saturday, Feb. 11, 5-8 p.m. Call 964-6995 for
p.m. Pictures will be taken and information.


Bradford Lodge No. 35 F&AM, at
the corner of Orange and Call
streets, in Starke has slated commu-
nications on the second and fourth
Monday of the month at 7:30 p.m.
and a covered dish dinner on the
second Monday at 6:30 p.m.
The Bradford County Veteran
Service Officer days of service are
Tuesday and Fridays,; from 8 a.m.
to 5 p.m. For inquiries; please call .
(904) 966-6385.
Need volunteers? The
Bradford/Union Volunteer Center
can help organizations find volun-
teers on the Internet. Fill out a brief
.form and your volunteer opportuni-
ties will be posted at no charge at
www.volunteergateway.org. Forms
may be picked up at the Bradford
Executive Center at 113 E. Call
Street in Starke.
The Alachua County
Organization for Rural Needs
(ACORN) Clinic offers free mam-
mograms and annual pap smears to
women 50 and older who have little
or no health insurance. Hours:
Mon.-Thurs., 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m.;
Tuesday night clinic, 7-9 p.m.;
Friday, 8:30 -11 a.m. ACORN is
located in Brooker. Call (352) 485-
1133.
The Starke Code Enforcement
Board meets on the second Tuesday
of the month at 7 p.m, at Starke City
Hall, 209 N. Thompson St.



Baseball and
softball
umpire clinics
set
An umpire clinic for Babe-
Ruth softball will be held on
Sunday, Feb. 19, at Alachua
Recreation Department in
Alachua.
An umpire clinic for Babe-
Ruth baseball will be held on
Sunday, Feb. 26, at the
Edwards Road Complex in
Starke from 1-4 p.m.
All interested persons
wanting to be certified should
call the Starke Recreation
office at (904) 964-6792 for
further information.
A background check is
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CITY OF STARKE

NOTICE OF FIRST PUBLIC HEARING
The City of Starke is considering applying to the Florida Department of Community Affairs
(DCA) for a FFY 2006 Small Cities Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) of up to
$700,000. These funds must be used for one of the following purposes:
1. To benefit low and moderate income persons; or
2. To aid in the prevention or elimination of slums or blight; or
3. To meet other community development needs having a particular urgency because
existing conditions pose a serious and immediate threat to the health or welfare of the
community and where other financial resources are not available to meet such needs.
The activity categories for which these funds may be used are in the areas of housing,
neighborhood and commercial revitalization, or economic development (new jobs). Eligible
uses of funds include such physical improvement activities as housing and commercial
building rehabilitation, clearance, water and sewer improvements, street improvements,
drainage, housing site development, parking, and loans to businesses. Additional information
regarding the range of activities that may be undertaken will be provided at the public
hearing.
For each activity that is proposed, at least 70% of the funds must benefit low and moderate
income persons.
In developing an application for submission to DCA, the City must plan to minimize
displacement of persons as a result of planned CDBG activities. In addition, the City is
required to develop a plan to assist displaced persons.
The public hearing to receive citizen views concerning the community's housing, economic
and other community development will be held on February 7, 2006, beginning at 7:00 p.m.
in the Starke City Hall, 209 North Thompson Street, Starke, FL 32091. This is a handicapped
accessible facility. Non English speaking, deaf, or visually impaired persons needing an
interpreter or any handicapped person requiring special accommodation should contact Ms.
Linda Johns, City Clerk, at (904) 964-5027) (TDD# (800) 955-8771) at least five calendar
days prior to the meeting.
A FAIR HOUSING/EQUAL OPPORTUNITY/HANDICAP ACCESS JURISDICTION


Oddfellow
Cemetery
group plans
meeting '
Oddfellow Cemetery Inc.
will meet at RJE gymnasium
on Pine Street on Monday,
Feb. 6, at 5.p.m.
* Anyone who has an interest
in the cemetery is urged to
attend.









Page 6A TELEGRAPH Feb. 2,2006


Support

group formed

for parents
An open support group
formed for families who have
experienced the loss of a baby
through miscarriage, ectopic
pregnancy, stillbirth,: newborn
death or termination due to
fetal abnormality or maternal
complications meets the first
Thursday of each month.
The group will meet again
from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. on
Thursday, Feb. 2. The group
meets at Hospice of North
Central Florida in the North
Building "Counseling Room,
4305 N.W. 90th Blvd.,
Gainesville.
To register or for more:
information, contact Cheryl
Bailey at Hospice of North
Central Florida at (352) 692-
5107 or (800) 727-1889.-


Historic

Melrose looks

at Clay Co.
Claude Bass will present a
"Thumbnail Sketch of Clay
County History from the'
Spanish' to Today" at the
Historic Melrose annual
meeting on Sunday, Feb. 5, at
2 p.m. Bass is employed by the
Clay County Archives and
Historical Resource Center: He
is an engaging speaker and has
conducted very interesting
tours of Clay County.
The meeting is at the Trinity
Episcopal Parish Hall on S.R.
26 in Melrose. Also on the
agenda are elections and a
short report on
accomplishments in 2005.
From Putnam County, Senior
Planner Jim Burnett will
explain rezoning in Melrose,
and Suzie Davis will give an
,update on plans for Heritage
Park.
Refreshments will be served,
and members may pay their
2006 dues at the meeting.


Daughters

meet Feb. 6
The Colonel Samuel Elbert
Chapter of the National
Society, Daughters of the
American Revolution will
meet Monday, Feb. 6, at-1015
a.m. at.the Western Steer Steak
Hod e iiin Starke. After' the
meeting those who wish to will
stay and enjoy lunch and a
time of fellowship.
All women whose ancestors
aided in achieving American
Independence ,are cordially
invitedto attend. Come learn
about the National Society
Daughters of the American
Revolution and its historical,
educational 'and patriotic
activities.
For further information,
please contact Susan Lucas at
(352) 473-2744 or visit
www.rootsweb.com/~flcsecd/.

County

convenes

Feb. 6
The Bradford County
Commission will meet on
Monday, Feb. 6, at 9:30 a.m.
in the boardroom at the
Bradford County Courthouse,
located on U.S. 301 in Starke.
The meeting is open to the
public, and an agenda may be
obtained in advance in the
office of the clerk of courts.
For more information, call
(904) 966-6280.


Lawtey will

'meet Feb. 6
The Lawtey City Council
will meet at 7 p.m. on
Monday, Feb. 6. The meetings
are held at Lawtey City Hall.


Meetings are open to- the
public, and an agenda is
available in advance. For more
information, call .(904) 782-
3454.



LEGALS


IN THE CHANCERY COURT OF
HARRISON COUNTY,
MISSISSIPPI
CAUSE NO: 04-02890(1)
FIRST JUDICIAL DISTRICT
MARGARETTE C. SINGLE and
GERARD R. SINGLE
PLAINTIFFS
Versus
HARRY N CHRISTOVICH,
LILUEG. PUEBLA,
C. GEORGE CHRISTOVICH,
WARREN N.
CHRISTOVICH/MANAHAN,
ROBERT F.
CHRISTOVICH/MANAHAN,
MARY ELAINE BOWLES AND
CHRISTIAN D. CHRISTOVICH 4
and Any Other Unknown Heirs
DEFENDANTS
PUBLICATION SUMMONS
To: Any unknown heir of Christian G.
and Maiy Catherine Christovich
You have been made Defendants in
the suit filed in this Court by
Margarette C. Singley and Gerard R
SSingley, Plaintiffs, seeking suit to
determine heirs of Christian G. and
Mary Catherine Christovich, to quiet'
title and to oartite real nron ertv


described as: Parcel
being located in and a |
1, Township 8 South, R
In .the First Judicia
Harrison County, Miss
You are summoned t
defend against the
against you in this actic
on the 22nd day of Feb
the Chancery Court
Harrison County Ci
Biloxi, Mississippi and
your failure to appear
judgment will be entered
You are not required to
or other pleading but yo
you desire.
Issued under my hand
this Court, this the
January, 2006.
John McAdams, C
Harrison County C
Gulfport,Mis
By: Est


12 and 12.{
part of Section
angel 1West,
al District of
issippi.
o appear and
Petition filed
)n at 9:00 a.m.
wruary, 2006, in
room of the
courthouse at
in the case of
and defend, a
d against you.
file an answer
ou may do so if
and the seal of
11th day of
;hancery Clerk
'hancery Court
3sissippi 39501
her Gray, D.C.
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PUBLIC HEARING
The Bradford County School Board
will be holding a PUBLIC HEARING
related to changes in the Bradford
County School Board Policies. This
meeting will be held, Monday,
February 13,2006 at 6:30 p.m. at 501
W. Washington Street, Starke, FL in
the School BoardMeeting Room. The
following are the policies which are
anticipated to be changed:
* Prohibiting Discrimination,
Including Sexual and Other Forms of
Harassment
* Telecommunications. FIRN2 and
Internet Uses -
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
-AND,FORBRADFORD,GOUNT$,
., FLOIDb
'CASE NO 05-A-34
THE CIT GROUP/CONSUMER
FINANCE, INC., as Trustee of the
CIT HOME EQUITY TRUST 1997-1
Plaintiff,
v.
ELIZABETH ANN BERRY;
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF
ELIZABETH ANN BERRY; and all
Unknown parties claiming by,
through, under or against the herein
named Defendants, who are not
known to be dead or alive, whether
said unknown parties claim as heirs,
devisees, grantees, assignees,
lienors, creditors, trustees, spouses,
or other claimants; TENANT #1
and/or TENANT #2, the parties
intended to, account for the person or
persons in possession;
HOUSEHOLD FINANCE.
CORPORATION,III
Defendants.
NOTICE OF SALE
Notice is hereby given that, pursuant
to the Final Judgment of Foreclosure
dated January 11,2006 in this cause,
I will sell the property situated in
BRADFORD County, Flbrida
described as:
PARCEL 1:
COMMENCING AT THE NORTH
WEST CORNER OF LOT FIVE IN
OTTS SUBDIVISION IN EAST
LAWTEY, FLORIDA, AND RUN
SOUTHERLY ALONG THE WEST
SIDE OF LOT FIVE, 237 FEET TO
THE POINT OF BEGINNING.
THENCE EASTERLY AND
PARALLEL WITH LAKE AVENUE;
146 FEET; THEN SOUTHERLY
AND AT RIGHT ANGLES TO LAKE
AVENUE, 39 FEET. THENCE
WESTERLY AND PARALLEL WITH
LAKE AVENUE 146 FEET. THENCE
NORTHERLY AND AT RIGHT
ANGLES TO LAKE AVENUE 39
FEET, TO THE POINT OF
BEGINNING, BEING A PORTION
OF LOT FIVE IN OTTS
,SUBDIVISION IN EAST LAWTEY,
FLORIDA.
PARCEL 2:
COMMENCING AT THE NORTH
WEST CORNER OF LOT FIVE (5)
IN OTTS SUBDIVISION IN EAST
LAWTEY FLORIDA, AND RUN
SOUTHERLY AND ALONG THE


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on February 14,2006.
Dated at Starke, Fla. th
J.anuaryv 2006.


Clerk of thR
By:.C
Douglas C. Zahm, PA.
18830 U.S. Hwy 19 N.,4
Clearwater, FL 33764
(727) 536-491,1 phone
(727) 539-1094 fax
If you are a person wi
who needs any accord
order to participate in th
you are entitled, at no
the 'provision of certain
Please contact ADA C
352-337-6237' or 1-8
(TTD), (Voice upon r
document )


IN THE CIRCUIT CO
EIGHTH JUDICIAL
AND FOR BRADFOI
Case NO. 04-4
IN RE: THE ESTATE C
NAOMI WADE HERRI
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CRE
The administration of
NAOMI WADE HERRE
.Case, Number 04200
pending in the Circ
Bradford County, Flo
Division, the address
Bradford County Circi
Drawer B, Starke, Florid
names and addresses c
representative and
representative's attome
below.
All creditors of the dece
persons having claims
against the decede
including unmatured,
unliquidated claims, on
of this notice is served
claims with this court
LATER OF 3 MON
THE FIRST PUBLIC
THIS NOTICE OR 301
THE DATE OF SEF
COPY OF THIS N
THEM.
All other creditors of the
other persons havii
demands against th
estate, including
contingent or unliqui
must file their claims
WITHIN 3 MONTHS
DATE OF TH
PUBLICATION OF TH
ALL CLAIMS NOT SC
BE FOREVER BARRE
The date of first.publ
Noti& is Jah.n2'0I-W M
Personal'RepresenrtatiV
Milline Latain H. Peters
509 North Cherry St.
Starke, FL 32091
Attomey.for Personal I
PHYLUS M.
100 W
St
(904) 964-4701 / Fax 4
FLA


BRADFORD Ci
SEEKING BID PR
Bradford County has
houses excess that mu
or demolished to mak
new Bradford County
persons interested in bi
or demolish the below
may contact Jim Cray
Manager, at 904-966-
bids and proposals wi
individual house oi
package.
445 WPratt Street, Sta
Family, Block; 1446 h
349 N Lake Street, Sta
Family, Block, 762 he
349 N Lake Street. Sta


... U .1...... ADVERTISEMENT OF SALE
iis 13th day of NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
undersigned intends to sell the
.i..ri....u personal property described below to
AY NORMAN : enforce a lien imposed on said
SCircuit Court property under the Florida Self
,arol Willims Storage Facility Act Statutes (83.801 -
Deputy Clerk 83.809). The undersigned will be sold
#0 at public sale by competitive bidding
#300 on the 8th day of February, at 12
noon, on the premises where said
property has been storage and
which are located at Santa Fe
th a disability Storage, 1630 N. Temple Ave.,
nmodation in Starke, Florida. county of Bradford,
iis proceeding. the state of Flonda, the following:
cost to you, to Clara DeSue, Unit #K-4
n assistance. Tony Lindsey, Unit #A-1
coordinatorr at Harold Famsworth, Unit #E-2
300-952-8771 Leslie Scott, Unit #G-19 and G-16
eceipt of this Jessica Patterson, Unit #D-6
Alaina Croy, Unit#K-9
1/26 2tchg.2/2 Daniel Morgan, Unit #F-15
Catherine Davis, Unit #E-3
URT OF THE Robert George, Unit #A-25
CIRCUIT, IN Jennifer Gleason, Unit #F-5
RD COUNTY, William Wisham, Unit #K-10
SFLORIDA Rebecca Brock; Unit #K-3
20Q5-CP-0129 Kenneth Aparicio, Unit #G-31
OF Rhonda Stanley, Unit #G-32
ES Kathy Griffin, Unit #A-19
,.EDITORS Robin Langford, Unit #F-10
EDITORS J 1/26 2tchg 2/2
the estate of
ES, deceased, IN THE CIRCUIT OF THE 8th
5-CP-0129 is JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA,
uit Court for IN AND FOR BRADFORD
rida, Probate COUNTY
s of which is Case #: 05-CA-438
uit Clerk, P.O. MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC
da 32091. The REGISTRATION SYSTEMS, INC.,
of the personal
thd personal Plaintiff,
ey are set forth -vs.-
MARY J. HINELY; CITIFINANCIAL
dent and other EQUITY SERVICES, INC.;
s or demands UNKNOWN PARTIES IN
went's estate, POSSESSION #1; UNKNOWN
contingent or PARTIES IN POSSESSION #2;
whom a copy IF LIVING, AND ALL UNKNOWN
must file their PARTIES CLAIMING BY,
WITHIN THE THROUGH, UNDER AND
THS AFTER AGAINST THE ABOVE NAMED
CATION OF DEFENDANTS) WHO ARE NOT
DAYS AFTER KNOWN TO BE DEAD OR ALIVE,
VICE OF A WHETHER SAID UNKNOWN
NOTICE ON PARTIES MAY CLAIM AN
INTEREST AS SPOUSES, HEIRS,
decedent and DEVISEES, GRANTEES, OR
ng claims or OTHER CLAIMANTS
e decedent's Defendant(s).
unmatured, NOTICE OF SALE
dated claims, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
with this court pursuant to an Order of Final
AFTER THE Judgment of Foreclosure dated Dec.
E FIRST 14,.2Q005, entered in Civil Case No.
IS NOTICE. 05-CA-438 of the Circuit Court of the
) FILED WILL 8th Judicial Circuit in and for
ED. Bradford County, Florida,'wherein
cation of this MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC
"; '- REGISTRATION SYSTEMS; INC.,
. Plaintiff and MARY J. HINELY are
son ri defendantss, I will sell to the highest
and best bidder for cash, IN THE
LOBBY AT THE FRONT DOOR OF
Representative THE BRADFORD COUNTY
ROSIER, P.A. COURTHOUSE, LOCATED AT 945
Vest Call Street NORTH TEMPLE AVENUE,
arke, FL32091 STARKE, BRADFORD COUNTY,
(904) 964-4356 FLORIDA AT 11:00 A.M. on Feb. 16,
BAR# 0333883 2006 the following described
1/26 2tchg. 2/2 property as set forth in said Final
Judgment, to-wit:
COMMENCING AT THE
COUNTY NORTHEAST CORNER OF
IOPOSALS CHURCH AND CALL STREETS
declared five CITY OF STARKE, BRADFORD
st be removed COUNTY, FLORIDA, AND RUN
e room for the SOUTH 72 DEGREES, 18
y Library. All MINUTES EAST ALONG THE
adding to move NORTH PROPERTY LINE\ OF
listed houses CALL STREET 275 FEET, THENCE
ford, County RUN NORTH 17 DEGREES 55
6339. Sealed MINUTES EAST 626 FEET FOR A
ll accepted by POINT OF BEGINNING, THENCE
r as a total RUN SOUTH 72 DEGREES 18
MINUTES EAST 220 FEET,
arke; Single THENCE RUN SOUTH 17
eated sq. ft. DEGREES, 55 MINUTES WEST 75
rke; Single FEET, THENCE RUN NORTH 72
ated sq. ft. DEGREES 18 MINUTES WEST 220
rke. Sinale FEET, THENCE RUN NORTH 17
DEGREES 55 MINUTES FAST 75


WEST SIDE OF LOT FIVE (5) ONE
HUNDRED-NINETY EIGHT (198)
FEET TO THE POINT OF
BEGINNING, THENCE EASTERLY
AND PARALLEL WITH LAKE
AVENUE ONE HUNDRED FORTY
SIX (146) FEET, THENCE
SOUTHERLY AND AT RIGHT
ANGLES TO LAKE AVENUE
THIRTY NINE (39) FEET, THENCE
WESTERLY AND PARALLEL WITH
LAKE AVENUE ONE HUNDRED
FORTY SIX (146) FEET, THENCE
NORTHERLY AND AT RIGHT
ANGLES TO LAKE AVENUE
THIRTY NINE (39) FEET TO THE
POINT OF BEGINNING.
a/k/a P.O. Box 218, SE 5th Street,
"Lawtey, FL 32058
at public sale, to the highest and best
bidder, for cash, At the east front
dr- Florida at 1 11:00o'clock am.


West 1/2 Lot 41.
A parcel of land lying partly in the NE
1/4 of the NE 1/4 of Section 21 and
partly in Lots 50 and 63 of Woodlawn
in Section 16, as per plat recorded in
Plat Book 1, Page 17 of the public
records of Bradford Co'Unty, Florida,
all being in Township 5 South, Range
22 East said parcel being a portion of
those lands shown as Parcel 41 on a
map prepared by Patrick B. Welch &
Associates, Inc. and recorded in
Misc. Map Book 1, Page 1 of the
public records of said County, also
being described as follows:
Commence at an iron rod located at
the Northeast comer of said Section
21 and run South 00 degrees 18
minutes 55 seconds West, along the
Easterly boundary thereof, 57.31 feet
to an iron rod; thence South 83
degrees 49 minutes 27 seconds'
West, 407.68 feet to an iron rod;
thence North 89 degrees 27 minutes
and 23 seconds WA.t. 597.91 feet to


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LEGAL NOTICE
THE FIRST JOBS FIRST WAGES
COMMITTEE of the Alachua
Bradford Regional Workforce Board
will meet on Thursday, February 9, at
9 a.m. at Focused Management
Solutions, 501 E. University Avenue,
Suite 501,Gainesville, FL 31601.
Please contact Phyllis Marty at 352-
955-6509 with any questions you may
have.
2/2 1tchg
LEGAL NOTICE
THE BJBW 'COMMITTEE of the
Alachua Bradford Regional
Workforce Board will meet on
Thursday, February 9; at 2:30 at the
Gainesville Job Corps; 5301 NE 40tfi
Terrace, Gainesville, Florida. Please
contact Phyllis Marty at 352-955-
6509 with any questions you may.
have.
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IN THE CIRCUIT
FLORIDA EIGH'
-CIRCUIT,
BRADFORD COUNT
CASE NO.: 04-2
RONNIE C. DAVIS, TR
THE RONNIE C. DAVIS
REVOCABLE LIVING T
DATED FEBRUARY 3,
Plaintiff,
vs.,
ROBERT E. DYKES ai
DYKES, his wife,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF S
NotJce is hereby given t
to. the Summary Final
F0o closure dated Janud
will sell the property
Bradford County, Florid
as follows:


OINT OF an iron rod for the Point of Beginning.
ED IN THE From the Point of Beginning thus
RTER OF described continue North 89 degreeN
RTER OF 27 minutes 23 seconds West, 315.74
/NSHIP 6 feet to an intersection with the"
NST IN THE Westerl y boundary of said NE 1/4 of
3RADFORD NE 1/4; thence North 03 degrees 11
minutes 27 seconds West, along said
ON WITH A Westerly boundary, 98.71 feet to an
EEDS ANY iron rod; thence North 00 degrees 19
IN ORDER minutes 39 seconds East, 19:02 feet
IN THIS to the Southwest comer of said Lot.
O'U ARE 63; thence continue North 00 degrees
ST TO YOU, 19 minutes 39 seconds East, along
)F CERTAIN the Westerly boundary thereof and.
E CONTACT along the Westerly boundary of said
CO.U NTY Lot 50, a distance of 1302.64 feet to a
5 NORTH concrete monument located at the
.O. BOX B, Northwest corner of said Lot 50;
WITHIN 2 thence South 89 degrees 09 minutes
OF YOUR 02 seconds East, along the Northerly
NOTICE OF boundary thereof, 306.57 feet; thence.
= HEARING South 00 degrees 17 minutes 16,
0-955-8771EARING seconds East, 1418.66 feet to the,
IMPAIRE0-955-8771; Point of Beginning: Containing 10.23
Acres more or less.
Florida. this Subject to an easement for ingress,
0o05a. hs egress and utilities over the Easterly
AYNRMAN 50.00 feet of the Southerly 30.00 Ieqt
T CORTMAN thereol. (Said Easterly 50.00 feet
on FlorRda being measured along the South
Deputy Clerk property line ) Subject to a 20 foot
NTIFF e 'drainage easement as shown on
LLP aforesaid map recorded in Misc. Map
RATE Book 1, Page 1.
Also being conveyed with a right of
RP BILVD. ingress and egress over all roads
shown on aforesaid map recorded in
14 Misc. Map Book 1, Page 1
HERETO AND BY REFERENCE
MADE A PART HEREOF
2/2 2tchg. 9 at public sale; tod the highest bidder for
cash, at the main entrance of the
LIC SALE Bradford County Courthouse, ifi
LLC gives Starke, Bradford County, Florida, at
of Lien and 11:00 A.M. on the 1st day of March,
vehicles on 2006. "
i.at 2163 N. WITNESS my handand official seal
E, FL 32091- of said Court this 25th day of January,
action 713.78 2006.AY NORMAN
ttsE'RAY NORMAN
utes. ED'S Clerk of Court
reserves the BY: Carol Williams
any and/or all DEPUTY CLERK
If you are a person with a disability
who needs any accommodation in
2/22tchg.2/9 order to participate in thi
proceeding,you are entitled, at no
TICE to you, to the provision of certain
P Board has assistance. Please contact Court
y the National Administration, 201 East University'
on to local Avenue, Gainesville, FL 32601, at
icy food and (352) 374-3648, within 2 working
ble agencies days of your receipt of this notice.
iverned non- you are hearing or voice impaired-
gencies, have call TDD 1-800-955-8771.
stem, have BEVIN G. RITCH
ability to deliver Attorney for Plaintiff
services and 1418 NW 6th Street
rimination. PostOffice Box 1025
s February 8, Gainesville, FL 32602 .
sha Sheppard. Florida Bar # 143762 A
)ly.. 2/2 2tchg.2
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LEGAL NOTICE
T COURT OF THE WEBSITE Redesign Taskforcff
TH JUDICIAL Committee of the-Alachua Bradfort
IN AND FOR Regional Workforce Board will me|
TY, FLORIDA on Tuesday, February 7, at 12 noon
i005-CA-0126 the Gainesville Job Corps, 5301 N
IUSTEE OF 40th Terrace, Gainesville, Florida,
S I Please contact Phyllis Marty at 352s5
TRUST 955-6509 with any questions you mag
2003, have.
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nd TRACY C. LEGAL NOTICE -
THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE og
the Alachua Bradford Regional
BALE Workforce Board will hold a meeting'
that,:ursuant on Tuesday,: eebruary:,at:2,p r
Judgm-nt of .thd:otfice ofEused Manager
aryk'*2'06t',-TSolatiftns, 4083W. University'Ave
I situated in Suite 501; Gainesville, Fla. Please
da, described contact Phyllis Marty at 352-955-
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Feb. 2, 2006 TELEGRAPri Page 7A


EquitV report shows Bradford schools need improvement
i
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d i di trict the female team three-hour class titled "Mariy


BY LINDSEY KIRKLAND.
Telegraph Staff Writer
During a Jan. 9 workshop,
the Bradford County Sdhool
Board reviewed an educational.
-equity audit and determined
some work was still needed to
,_e- fully compliant with the
auditors' recommendations.,
Director of Curriculum
Becky Reddish, who took over
the position in August when
Eugenia Whitehead retired,
presented the report.
Auditors from the Office of
Equity and Access in
Tallahassee conducted their
on-site review on April 19-22,:
2005. Reddish said this .was
their -first site visit in more
than 20 years.
The OEA auditors looked at
handbooks, employment
applications, procedures,
policies and numerous other
documents at schools within
the district.- They also
interviewed principals and


other school employees.
They pinpointed specific
areas that certain schools
within the district need to
work on to provide all students
with an equal education.
Reddish received the report
during the first part of
December, but because of
school holidays', she said she
had less time to work on fixing
the issues. The deadline to turn
in detailed plans and timelines
of how the schools plan to fix
/ the problems was moved from
Jan. 30 to mid-February.
Some concern was raised by
the OEA auditors over the fact
that the Bradford school'
district had not turned in a self-
evaluation or a Facilities
Transition Plan that is required
as part of the Americans with
Disabilities Act.
According to the report,
"The deadline for completing
the self-evaluation was Jan.'26,
1993, and most school districts
have complied with this


At the workshop,
maintenance supervisor J.E.
Mott said most of the issues
with being in compliance with
the ADA came from needing
to install more Braille signage
and converting all bathrooms
to be handicap accessible.
The report mentioned that
the district office, constructed
in 1949, had a "lack of raised
tables and inaccessible seating
and inaccessible restrooms."
Other schools had problems
with Braille signs, narrow
restrooms and inaccessible
ramps,
The OEA recommended that
the district conduct the self-
evaluation and develop a"
Facilities Transition Plan
detailing timelines, costs and
renovations that have to be
made and submit this by mid-
February.
From the data provided by
the school district, the auditors
reported that "racial/ethnic
minorities are under


repreisenteu n many i. usrict
and administrative positions."
Of all of the school
personnel, 84 percent are
white, 15 percent are black and
1 percent are Hispanic. The
auditors noted that in
interviews with school
personnel, it was hard' to
recruit minorities because of
lack of housing, college
attendance, out of town,
location and competitive salary
offers elsewhere.
Recommendations in the'
Sport were for the district to
implement creative recruitment
strategies and to: post job
notices in Black Collegiate
Magazine, the .National
Education Association and at.
historically black colleges and
universities.
Another issue the auditors
had stemmed from athletics.
Even though women account
for the majority of Bradford
school personnel. they do not
coach male sports. To
compare, men coach many of


The auditors felt there were
not enough female athletes.
In 2003-2,004, 11 percent of
the physical education classes
were single-sex classes, such
as, a class solely. for the
football team.
At Lawtey 'Community
School, for example, there is a
baseball team where, male and
female students 'are invited to.
play, said Iawtey Principal
Lisa Prevatt. Though, no
females currently play on the
team.
The auditors suggested the
district highlight female
athletics and encourage equal
participation between males
and females: Equal equipment
and facilities should be
available to both groups.
Reddish said, she had already,
been working with the schools
to resolve the issues mentioned
in the audit.
The district offers diversity
training classes, with the last


Faces, Many People," being
held Jan. 3.
The report complimented the
schools, too.
The gifted program, known
as QUEST (Quality Education
for Special Talent), services
students in all grades who have
scored certain levels in IQ and
academic testing. According to-
the report, the elementary
schools' gifted teacher-
"provides curricula beyond:
what is offered in the regular
classroom on a weekly basis"
and provides once-a-month
consultations.
In order to increase FCAT
scores, Bradford schools
monitor student progress, offer-
tutoring and provide dther
programs to encourage better:
test scores.
Regarding disabled student-i,
the report said the school made
the proper and necessary
adjustments when a disabled
student needed them.


Lawtey Baptist straight A's


Starke rewrites sign ordinance


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor
The city of Starke is getting
ready to remove content from
its sign ordinance that opened
it up to legal challenge last
year.
The. move comes after the
'.city was sued over the
constitutionality of its sign
code. .
Attorney John Broling and
City Manager Ken Sauer
worked together to revise the
sign ordinance to comply with
the I 1I' Circuit Court of
Appeals ruling in Solantic
LLC versus .the city of
Neptune Beach. It is based on
a sample ordinance drafted by
the Florida League of Cities,
and their attorneys feel it
would "pass constitutional
muster," Broling said.
Solantic sued Neptune


Beach for essentially the same
reasons the city of Starke was
sued by Sunshine, Outdoor of
Florida Inc.-content based
regulation of speech because
the. ordinance forbids some
sings and exempts.others based
on content. In addition, there,
were no time limits established
for decisions on sign permits,
which the court said
constituted unlawful prior
restraint.
Starke was sued over the
constitutionality of its sign
code by Sunshine after no
action was taken to approve or
deny a permit application to
replace a billboard between
Capital : City Bank and
Wainwright Produce. Sunshine
had been told a permit would
be necessary to replace the
billboard, which received
storm damage in 2004.


Broling has asked the city
commission to review the
ordinance and make
suggestions on sign size and
placement, so the draft can be
completed and the ordinance
advertised for public hearings.
The present draft contains the
current regulations' onir
setbacks, size, position and,
zoning, which are content
neutral and had nothing to do
with free speech, Broling said.
"If it's the feeling of the
board that certain types of
signs are too large or that
certain areas of the city should
have a different style of sign,
different size of sign or
different height of sign, that
would be helpful to know,"
Broling said, adding that such
changes could be made before
advertisement of the
ordinance.


Broling also noted' that the
Neptune Beach case is still
being litigated, as Neptune has
asked for a review of the 11
Circuit ruling by the entire
panel. t
If the 11th Circuit decides
as a collective group to reverse
itself, they can still do that, and
that would affect Neptune
Beach, but it wouldn't,, affect
us because we're about to
change our ordinance
anyway," Broling said.
The new ordinance
specifically states it is not
intended to censor speech or
regulate' viewpoints, but to
regulate the adverse secondary
effects of signs related to
aesthetics and safety. Among
the long list of prohibited signs
are billboards. A 45-day time
frame for approving sign
permits would be established
under the new.ordinance.


Hospice Attic

closed
The Haven Hospice Attic
resale store has closed its
doors after nearly five years of
business.
The store, which opened in
the fall 'of 2001, officially
closed on Jan. 20 after revenue
sharply declined following the
relocation of Wal-Mart, which
,-bad originally, been located in
;:the same shopping plaza as the
:"Attic.
"Closing the store was not
;;An easy decision to make, but
"it did not make good business
,iSense to operate the -resale
sItore at a loss," said Tim
;:Bowen, executive director 'of
..Haven Hospice. "Despite
:closing the store, Haven
::Hospice remains dedicated to
providing end-or-life care and
^community services to
|everyone in the area who
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resalee stores are operating in
:Lake City and Gainesville. The
Obainesville store is celebrating
its grand opening Saturday,
:Feb. 4, at 9 a.m. with gifts for
; he first 100 customers,
'refreshments, a live remote by
WKTK disc' jockey Storm
'Roberts from noon to 2 p.m.
anmd sales specials throughout
the day, including a special
scratch-off discount game.
All the revenue generated
'from the resale store is used to
support, unfunded patient care
'and an array of family and
community service programs
;that Haven Hospice provides,
:such as a children's program
iind grief support for anyone in
.the community who
'experiences loss.
:' "We thank the community
for the last "four years of
support," Bowen said. "We
'hope you continue to support
us in our new location."
Haven Hospice is the area's
expert in end-of-life and


palliative care. Until recently
the organization was known as
Hospice of North Central
Florida. Haven Hospice's
promise is to help patients and


Volunteers are urgently needed
to assist the ARC of. Bradford
County. Specific areas of need
ar., neo-ppneq assistance at, ..
iunsfhn du strjesj:m the adult":
basic education classes, assistance
during field trips and with arts
and crafts activities. Contact Bob
Clayton, (904) 368-0439.
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for people going to One-Stop
Career Center, WAGES and social
services sites. Please contact the
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Marcus Patray, Michael LaFollette, Josh Sheppard, Peyton Brown,
Hannah McKinney, (middle) Dakota Hilliard, Jamie Terry, Macey Fulgham,
Savannah Hocter, Alyssa Lovell, Ashleigh Williams, Victoria Wilkerson,
(back) Heather Tillma, Cheyenne Spratlin, Richard Reed and Cindy
Stella.


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Norman and fourth-graders Andrew Gowens, Jared Browning and Trey
White. Not pictured: Stephen Selph and Jessica Loznicka.


Third-graders from Lawtey Community School who made straight A's for
the second-nine--weeks-were-(front) Emma Bean, Bailey ;reighton,
Kasey Sadler, Justin Parrish, Hayden Thompson, and second-graders
(back) Dakota Rogers, Savannah Murray, Caleb Polk. Cheyenne Sapp-.
Beard and -Jacob-King. Not pictured: Rylee McCleiian.


LCS sixth-graders who made straight A's were Clay Whitehead, Sean
Hinson,. Wyatt Manning, Lo ari Share and Taylor Whitehead.


One Stop is
relocating
-The Bradford County One.
Stop, staffed by Episcopal
Children's Services, is moving
to the Starke Head Start. The
Bradford County One Stop
provides resources to parents
seeking child care or financial
assistance to pay for child care.
The One Stop also provides
resources and information to
childcare providers.
The new contact information.
will. be: 1,080 North Pine
Street, Starke, FL 32091;
(904) 964-1543; toll free (800)
238-3463.-
The office will be closed for
the move beginning Monday,
Janr. 30, at 2 p.m. and will
reopen in the new location on
Thursday, Feb. 2, at 8 a.m. .
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Episcopal Children's Services


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find quality care for their
children, sponsors school
readiness programs and assists
childcare -providers in
obtaining licenses and staff "
training for their employees. In
addition, ECS works with
employers to offer affordable
childcare options to, their
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Section B: Thursday, February 2, 2006





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


Florida' comes to Bradford Feb.


FitneSS Walk ends Salon, Kiwanis. and all the
with cookout citizens of Bradford County in
The. Step Up Florida healthy acuvities on Feb. 11.. /
'statewide -relay -event is held Opening ceremonies begin
,annually in February and will at 9:30 a.m. at Southside
be celebrating its third year in.- '
2006. The celebration will
come to Bradford County
Saturday, Feb. 11, with fitness .
,activities and family fun
,throughout the day.
This year._the_ Florida
'Department of Health adopted a
:a new slogan-"60 A
PDay"-as ,a way to help
:participants implement United
"States Department of
- 'Agriculture-dietary guidelines-
:that suggest 60 minutes of
physical activity a day to help -
manage body weight and
prevent gradual weight gain.
? In 2004, only 41.2 percent of
adults in Florida report
engaging in moderate physical
activity for 30 or more minutes
,on five or more days per week
or engaging in vigorous
physical activity for 20 or
more, minutes on three or more,
days per week.
Step Up Florida was
designed in response to the
2004 Governor's Task Force
on the obesity epidemic,:
recommendations for
improving the health of
Floridians, which includes the-
role of communities, family, ... .....
schools and public health in
promoting lifelong healthy
nutrition and physical activity.
Floridians who are engaged in'
health-promoting habits are
less likely to develop the
chronic conditions of heart
disease, cancer, stroke, chronic
obstructive pulmonary disease,
and diabetes, which accounted
for 65 percent of all deaths in,
Florida in 2004. 1 ,
For the 2006 Step Up
Florida campaign, fitness flags
will pass from county line to'
county line on four routes-to
traverse the state before all
meeting in Duval County for
the grand finale celebration on,,
Feb. 28. In 2005, Step Up
Florida had over 114,043
participants coming from
1,328 community partners, 779
employer partners, 357 school
partners and the public at
large. This also provides an
outlet for community members
to .leahf- ,about local SHOP Oi
opportunities for physical -
activity in.their community. 1M
Bradford County Health lin L
Department- employees will
join employees and family A
.members from the Bradford .
County School Board, the
YMCA, the Starke Department
'of Parks and Recreation,
tCurves for. -Women--Fitness


11


Elementary School where 2.6-mile fitness walk. police escort will ensure public Health's Chronic Disease
Curves for Women Fitness ...yeryone is invited to safety along the route. Health Promotion & Education
Salon of Starke will lead participate in the walk along a New outdoor fitness
participants in a warm-up designated. route through equipment is being purchased
activity before beginning the Starke neighborhoods. A by the Florida Department of See FITNESS, p. 5B


A~ 1'~k


Aggie Watson

Memory of
Aggie Watson
will live on
BY KAREN LAKE
Special to the Telegraph
Agnes Calvin Watson was a,
petite 4 feet 10 inches tall. She
weighed about 89 pounds all
of her adult life and wore a
size two and a half shoe. As
the old saying goes, "Good
things come in small
packages."
However, Aggie, as she was
called by friends and family,
showed up big in the Melrose
and Keystone Heights
communities throughout her
lifetime and will be
remembered long after her
passing.
See WATSON, p. 4B


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Page 2B TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR--B-SECTION Feb. 2, 2006


| OBITUARIES"


Emily Allen
MELROSE Emily Tucker-
man "Tara" Allen Jr., 62, of
Melrose died Wednesday, Jan. 25,
2006, of a sudden heart attack
near Macas, Ecuador in the
Amazon where she had gone to
attend a native Shipibo Indian
ceremony..
Born. in Boston the daughter
of the' late Dr. Henry F. and
Emily T. Allen, Ms. Allen was a
teacher and expatriate who lived
in many countries. She was a
gifted linguist and spoke several
languages.
Mrs. Allen is survived by:.her
partner Michael Heaston; a sister
Rosamond W.- Allen of
Damariscotta, Maine and Vero
Beach; a brother Dr. F. .Towne -
,Alien of Center Port, N.Y.'
Memorial services for Ms.
Allen will -be held at her
residence in Melrose on Sunday,
Feb. 5, 2006, from noon until 4
p.m. and in Ipswich, Mass. in
May.
Contact FTowneA@aol.com
for more information or visit
www.taracare.com.
Memorial contributions may
be made to www.afghanistan.org
or to. Safe Studio, 2 Essex Road,
Ipswich, MA 01938.

Emopry Duncan
LAWTEY The Rev. Emory
Worth Duncan, .72, of Lawtey
died Wednesday, Jan. 25, 2.006,
at his residence following an
extended, illness..
Born in Florence, S.C.; Rev.
Duncan lived in Marion, S.C.
before moving to Lawtey in
1965. He served in the U.S. Army
during the Korean War. He was a
member of Bradford Masonic
Lodge #35 F&AM, Scottish
Rites, Morocco Temple,
American Legion Post #45 of
Starke, DAV and VFW. He also
uas past president and chaplain
of Starke Shrine Club and was
crippled children chairman. He
was retired and was a member of
Evergreen Baptist Church.
Re\. Duncan is survived by:
his wife Bernice Duncan of,
Lawtey; two. daughters, Janet
Padgett and Evelyn Weiland.
both of LalteN; two sons, Stewart
and Jimmy Duncan, both of
Starke; two brothers, Oliver
Duncan of Tallahassee and Arnie
Gene Duncan of Woodville; two
sisters, Myrtle Allen of'Valdosta,
Ga. and Grace Tucker of
Whitmire, S.C.; 'nine
grandchildren and eight great-
grandchildren. He was preceded
in death by a son Emory Wayne
Duncan and two brothers, Steve
Duncan and Wilbur Duncan.
ir'"**Fn^egiee or RW v
Duncan were Jan. 28,* 2006. in
Eergreen Bapisti Church with
the Rev. Paul Steinbach
officiating. Burial followed .in
Sapp Cemetery under the care of
Archie Tanner Funeral Home .of'
Starke.

Eugene Finch
HAMPTON Eugene "Sarge"
Finch, 70,, of Hampton died
Saturday, Jan. 28, 2006, at his
residence following an extended
illness.
Born in Davenport. Iowa, Mr.
Finch moyed to Florida. in 1954.
He served-for 30 years with the
Florida National Guard- and
worked with M.M. Parrish 'and
other companies as a carpenter
until his retirement in 1996.
Mr; Finch is survived by: his
wife Shirley Finch of Hampton; a
son Maj. Kevin Finch of
Washington; three step-sons,
David Ramsey and Michael
Ramsey, both of South Carolina,
and James Ramsey of Hawthorne;
a step-daughter Granetta Morse
of New Hampshire; a brother
Duane Finch of Floral City; two
grandchildren and seven step-
grandchildren.' .
Memorial 'services for Mr.
Finch will beheld at 10 a.m. on
Thursday, Feb. 2, 2006, in the
Chapel of Archie Tanner Funeral
Home of Starke with the Rev.
Tommy Smith officiating.

Miranda Finn
HAWTHORNE -. Miranda
Deanna Finn, 10, of Hawthorne
died Jan. 25, 2006 near Lake
Butler from injuries sustained in
an automobile accident.
Born in Gainesville, Miranda
was a lifelong resident of
Hawthorne. She was a student at
Ochwilla Elementary School and
attended 'Eden Baptist and
Ochwilla Baptist Church.
Miranda is survived by: her
father David Brian Finn of
Orlando; her mother Amanda Lee
Scott of Hawthorne; her maternal
grandmother Katie Lee Scott of
Hawthorne; her paternal
grandparents Percy and Betty
Finn of Hawthorne; her paternal
grandmother Iris Faye Keen of
Hawthorne.
Arrangements are under the
care of Williams-Thomas-
Hawthorne Funeral Home.


Ashley Keen
HAWTHORNE Ashley Lee
Keen, 14, of Hawthorne died Jan.
25, 2006 near Lake Butler from
injuries sustained in an
automobile accident.
Born in Gainesville, Ashley
was a lifelong resident of
Hawthorne. She was a student at
Hawthorne Middle School and
attended Eden Baptist Church.
Ashley is survived by: her
father Rodney Eric Keen of.
Hawthorne; her mother Amanda


Lee Scott of Hawthorne; a sister
Kassidy Mindy Keen of
Keystone Heights; her paternal
grandmother Iris Faye Keen of
Hawthorne; her maternal
grandmother Katie Lee S@ett of
Hawthorne. She was preceded in
death by her paternal grandfather
Ronnie Keen.

Anthony Lamb
LAKE BUTLER Anthony
Lamb, 20 months, of Lake Butler
died Wednesday, Jan. 25, 2006,
from injuries suffered in an
automobile accident near Lake
Butler.
Born in Las Vegas, Nev.,
Anthony had lived in Lake
Butler since he was six months
old.
Anthony is survived by: his
father Thomas Lamb, of Carter
County, Tenn.; his mother Terisa
Lamb of DaN tona Beach; and his
foster parents Terr) and Barbara
Mann of Lake Butler.
Memorialservices for Anthony
will be Thursday, Feb. 2. 2006, at
I I a.m. in the Chapel of Archer
Funeral Home of Lake Butler
with Brother Scott Fisher
officiating. Burial will follow at
a later date.



Elizabeth Mann
LAKE BUTLER Elizabeth
D. Mann, 15, of Lake Butler died
Wednesday, Jan. 25, 2006, from
injuries received in a vehicle'
accident in Lake Butler.
Born in Jacksonville,.
Elizabeth lived in Lake Butler,
most of her life. She was. an
eighth grade student at Lake
Butler Middle School and was a
member of Fello% ship Baptist
Church in Raiford.
Elizabeth is survived by: her
parents Terry and Barbara Mann
of Lake Butler: four step-'
brothers, Jonathan 'Daniel Ford,
James Floyd Ford III and Joseph
Edwin Ford, all of Lake Butler,
and Samuel Watkins of Palatka,
and her maternal grandmother
Katie Scott of Hawthorne.
Funeral services for Elizabeth
were Jan. 30, 2006. in First
Christian Church of Lake Butler
with Brother Scott Fisher and Dr.
Harold Hudson officiating.
Burial followed in Mt. Zion
Cemetery in Lake Butler under
the care of Archer Funeral Home
of Lake Butler.


Cynthia Mann
LAKE BUTLER Cynthia
Nicole "Nikki" Mann, 15, of
Lake Butler died Wednesday,
Jan. 25, 2006, from injuries
received in a vehicle accident
near Lake Butler:
Born in Gainesville, Nikki
lived most of her life in Lake
Butler. She was a 10th grade
student at Union County High
School in Lake Butler. She was a
member of Fellowship Baptist
Church in Raiford.
Nikki is survived by: her
father and step-mother Terry and
Barbara Mann of Lake Butler; her
mother Cynthia Warful of,
Knoxville, Tenn; a half brother
Jonathan Warful of Starke; three
step-brothers, Jonathan Daniel
Ford, James Floyd Ford III and
Joseph Edwin Ford, all of Lake
Butler: a half sister Jasmine,
Warful of, Knox\ ille, Tenn.; and
her maternal step-grandmother
Katie Scott of Hawthorne.
Funeral services for Nikki were
Jan. 30, 2006 in First Christian
Church of Lake' Butler with
Brother Scott Fisher and: Dr.
Harold Hudson .officiating.
Burial followed in Mt, Zion
Cemetery in Lake Butle-finder
the care of Archer Funeral Hop,,
of Lake Butler. ....



Heaven Mannt
LAKE BUTLER HeaveftiLee
Mann, 3, of Lake Butler. died
Wednesday, Jan. 25, 2006, from
injuries received in a vehicle,
accident near Lake Butler.
Born in Palatka, Heaven lived'
most of her life in Lake. Butler..
She was a member of Fellowship
Baptist Church in Raiford. .
Heaven is survived by: her
parents Terry and Barba_'miait4
.of Lake. Butler; a half. sitser.
Jasmine Bryant of Jacksonlville?'
three step-brothers. Jon.atl '
Daniel Ford, James Flo'yd "
III and Joseph Edwin Ford,':-loj,
Lake Butler; and her mati~hrn.
grandmother Katie Scott. -
Hawthorne.
Funeral services for Hef
were Jan. 30. 2006 in l f'
Christian Church of Lake.Butler.
with Brother Scott Fisher and Dr
Harold Hudson officiating;
Burial followed in Mt. Zion
Cemetery in Lake Butler under
the care of Archer 'Funeral Home
of Lake Butler.


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Johnny Mann
LAKE BUTLER Johnny Lee
Mann, 13, of Lake -Butler died
Wednesday, Jan, 25, 2006, from
injuries received in a vehicle
accident near Lake Butler.
Born in Jacksonville, Johnny.
lived in Lake Butler most of his
life. He was a sixth grade student
at Lake Butler Middle School '
and was a member of Fellowship
Baptist Church in Raiford,
Johnny is survived by: his
parents Terry and Barbara Mann
of Lake Butler; three step-
brothers, Jonathan Daniel Ford,
James Floyd Ford III and Joseph
Edwin Ford; all of Lake Butler; a
half brother Samuel Watkins of
Palatka;. and her maternal
grandmother Katie .Scott of
Hawthorne.
Funeral ser ices for Johnny
:were Jan. 30, 2006 in First
Christian Church of Lake Butler
with Brother Scott Fisher and Dr.
Harold Hudson officiating
Burial followed in Mt. Zion
Cemetery in Lake Butler under
the care of Archer Funeral .Home
,of Lake Butler.

J.C. Mayhair
MELROSE J.C. Mayhair, 73,
1of Melrose died Saturday. Jan.'
28, 2006, at Roberts' Hospice.
Care Center in Palatka following
an extended illness.
Born in Milton on July 15,
1932, Mr. Mayhair moved .to
Melrose in 1973 from Pensacola.
He was a member of Church of
God of Prophecy in Gaines\ ille,
and was a retired self-employed
heavy equipment operator. He
served in the U.S. Marine Corps.
Mr. Mayhair is survived by:
his wife of 52 years 'Wildred
Brown Mayvhair of Melrose: a
daugtiftr Debbie Hutchins of'-
.Melrose: two sons, James Mayhair
of Melrose and Michael Mavhair
.of. Bedford. Idaho; seven
grandchildren and 12 great-
grandchildren. He was preceded
in death by a grandson Michael
Hutchins in October. 2005.
Funeral services for Mr.

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Doris Kelley
BROOKER Doris Sowell.
Kelley, 91, of Brooker died
Thursday, Jan. 26, 2006,
following a brief illness.
Born near Lacrosse, Mrs.
.Kelley lived most of her life in
Brooker,. She retired from Belks
Department Store and also
worked at Brooker Elementary
School.. She was a .member of
Brooker Baptist Church where
she sang in the choir.
Mrs. Kelley is survived by:
It\i daughters, Carolyn Dyal of
Brooker and Dottie Sue Cranford
of Old Town; five sons, Roswell
Kelley, Winston Kelly and
Jerome Kelley, all of Brooker,
Charles Kelley of Waldo and
Lenox Kelley of Ormond Beach;
18 grandchildren and 20 great-
grandchildren.
Funeral services for Mrs.
Kelley were Jan.. 30, 2006 in
Brooker Baptist Church with the
Rev. Terry Cranford and the Rev.
Al Paulson officiating. Burial


followed in Dedan Cemetery in
Brooker under the care of Archer
Funeral Home of Lake Butler.



William Scott
HAWTHORNE William
Edwin Scott, 70, of Hawthorne
died Wednesday, Jan. 25, 2006
following a sudden illness.
.Born in Caryville, Mr. Scott
moved to Hawthorne .in 1958
from Gainesville. He was a
heavy-equipment operator with
the Alachua County Road
Department. He was a member
and chairman of the deacon
board at Ochwilla "Baptist'
Church.
Mr. Scott is survived 'by: his
.wife Katie Scott of Hawthorne;
two daughters, Amanda Lee Scott
of Hawthorne and Barbara Jean
Mann of Lake Butler; three sons,
Richard Allen Clark, William
Edwin Scott Jr. and Eric Jerome
Scott, all of Hawthorne; four
brothers, Neal Scott, T.D. Scott,
Julian Scott and Bruce Scott, all
of Starke; a sister Edwina Willis
of Orlando; '10 grandchildren
and three great-grandchildren.
He was preceded in death by
seen grandchildren killed in a
vehicle accident op Wednesday
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Paul Hutchins
STARKE Paul Clifton
"Hutch" Hutchins Sr., 79, of
Starke died Thursday, Jan. 26,
2006, at Shands Starke following
an extended illness.
Born in Summerville, Ga. on
May 12, 1926, Mr. Hutchins was
a lifelong resident of Bradford
County. He was a member of First
United Methodist Church and
was a retired.FFA adviser and
agriculture teacher at Bradford
High School. He was a former
code enforcement officer for the
city of Starke and served in the
U.S. Marine Corps in World War
II.
Mr. Hutchins is survived by:
his wife Mary Jane Young
Hutchins; two daughters, Karen
James of Ft. Lauderdale and
Becky Gattis of Apopka; two
step-daughters, Karen F. Kirby of
Jay, Okla. and Alice M. Williams
of Titusville; a son Paul C.-
Hutchins Jr. of Gainesville; a
step-son Buddy J. Williams of
Jay; 10 grandchildren and one
great-grandchild.
Memorial services for Mr.
Hutchins were Jan. 28, 2006 in
the DeWitt C Jones Chapel with
relatives and friends conducting
the services. Private interment
will be at a later date under the
care of Jones Funeral Home of
Starke.
Memorial contributions may
be made in niemory of Paul C.
Hutchins to: Florida United
iMethodist OCfilifden's Home, c/o
.EDe'elopment Department, 51
gMain Si, Enterprise. FL 32725.
4. .
.Leaton Morgan
STARKE The Rev. Leaton
;.Union Morgan III, 56, of Starke
died Monday. Jan 30, 2006, at.
,,Hajen Hospice of The Lakes in
* Palatka following an extended
*- illness. .,_ -
Born in Starke, Rev. Morgan
-.served in ihe Florida National
.Guard and was employed with
;CSX Railroad. He also %\as an
ordained preacher and pastor of
:Ba.d less Highway Baptist Church.
Rev Morgan is survived by:
'his %fife Glenna Joiner Morgan
-of Starke; a daughter Karen
:: Jackson of Starke; his father and
-'mother Leaton Morgan Jr. and
-NMarie Morgan of Starke; a
brother Ralph Morgan of Starke;
.,a sister Sandi Melvin of Starke;
. and two grandchildren. He was
preceded in 'death by a son
:;.Leaton Union Morgan IV.
- Funeral services for Rev.
Morgan will be held at 11 a.m.
I on Thursday, Feb. 2, 2006, at
Bayless Highway Baptist Church
w- ith the Rev. Robert Gillis
' officiating Burij.'l Will folo in''
"CrestbL-k"eemeter-y undeYrtnte'.
,care- of ..Archiea Tanner Funeral ,
"Home of Starke.
.. Flowers are being accepted or
"donations may be made to Haven
EiHospice of The Lakes, .6400 St.
:Johns Ave., Palatka, FL 32177.

Agnes Watson
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS -
|gnes C. Watson, 91, of Keystone
aHeights died Saturday, Jan. 28,
t006, at her residence following
complicationss of Alzheimer's
disease.
: Born in Miami, Mrs. Watson
,noved to'Melrose in 1936 and
fater to Keystone Heights. She
PAas a school teacher and co-
ow ned Watson's Food Store with
fer husband until .1975 when
ihe> retired. She was a member of
.the Daughters of the American
.Re\%olution, the United
daughters of the Confederacy
*nd the Keystone Ladies Golf
Association. She was a Rotary
llub Paul Harris Fellow and
cnember of Keystone United
Methodist Church.
-', Mrs. Watson is survived by: her
%husband of -69 years Al Watson
ur. of Keystone Heights; a
daughter Agnes Green of
)owling Park; a son Dr. Al
Watson Jr. of Houston; a sister
Dorothy Harris of Dowling Park;
`ive grandchildren, eight great-
randchildren and one great-
.great-grandchild. She was
preceded in death by a brother
:Halford Wright and two sisters,
dildred Charles and Kathy
;Redfearn.
SMemorial services for Mrs.
atson will be held at 11 a.m. on
;aturday, Feb. 4, 2006, at
Keystone United Methodist
.hurch with Pastor Jeff Kantz
)residing. Burial will follow at
Keystone Heights Cemetery
under the care of Moring Funeral
[ome of Melrose.
The, family will receive friends
tt the funeral home on Friday,
:Feb 3, 2006, from 6:30-8:30
1).m.
': Memorial contributions may
e made to Haven Hospice of
iNorth Central Florida, 6400 St.
Yohn Ave., Palatka, FL 32177.

Patricia Wright
'. ROCKLEDGE Patricia Ann


.Rowe Wright, 46, of Rockledge-
' .ied Saturday, Jan. 28, 2006, at
.ber residence following an
-xtended illness.
1 Born in Lawtey on July 17,
_1959, Mrs. Wright moved to
.Rockledge from Merritt Island.
the was a registered nurse at
"Holmes Regional Medical
center. She was a member of Mt.
Zion AME Church of Lawtey
,where she sang in the choir. She
:worked at Shands AGH in
;Gainesville.
Mrs. Wright is survived by: her
husband Robert L. Wrght of
T.


Rockledge; her parents James and
Doris Rowe. of Lawtey; three
brothers, John F. 'Berry of
Detroit, Anthony Duhart of
Lawtey, Mikel L. Rowe of
Houston, Tonya E. Rowe and
Sidra L. Rowe, both of
Milwaukee, Wis. and Lisa R.
Lewis of Starke.
Funeral services for Mrs.
Wright will be held at 11 a.m. on
Saturday, Feb. 4, 2006, in True
Vine Outreach Ministries Church
in Starke with Elder Ross
Chandler and the Rev. Marva T.,
Mitchell, eulogist. Interment will
follow in Peetsville Cemetery in
Lawtey under the care of Haile
Funeral Home of Starke.
Visitation will be held on
Friday, Feb. 3, 2006, in True
Vine Outreach Ministries with
family hour, 3-4 p.m. and frietids
4-8 p.m. The family %ill meet at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. James
Rowe in Lawtey to form the
cortege Saturday at 10 a.m.


Henry Hogan
JACKSONVILLE Henry
"Pete" Hogan, 63, died Thursday,
Jan. 26, 2006, at the home of his
sister following a brief illness.
A lifelong resident of
Jacksonville, Mr. Hogan was
retired from the local Iron
Workers Chapter #597.
Mr. Hogan is survived by: the
mother of his children Joann
Hogan; a son Gary Hogan of
Jacksonville; a daughter Melissa
Clifton of Kentucky; a sister
Pearl Martinez of Denver, Doris
Blue, Linda Newsome, Pat
Woods, all of Jacksonville,
Vickie Hogan-Sparrow of Lake
Butler, Helen St. John of
Jacksonville; a step-brother
Tommy Bell; a step-sister Patty
Meyer; his step-mother Ann'
Hogan Baxter of Jacksonville;
five grandchildren and two great
grandchildren. He was preceded,
in death by a son Bobby Hogan,
a sister Dorothy Hill, a brother
Bud Hogan and his. father and
mother Henry and Virginia
Hogan.
Funeral senr ices for Mr. Hogan
were Jan. 30, 2006 in the Chapel
of Hardage-Giddens Chapel
Hills Funeral Home. Interment
followed in Chapel HiLls
Memory Gardens.
Memorial contributions may
be made to Community Hospice
of Northeast Florida, 4266
Sunbeam Rd., Jacksonville, FL
32257.


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WATSON
Continued from p. B .-

Aggie and her-husband of
69-plus years, Al Watson Sr.,
and their family, son Dr. Al
Watson Jr. and daughter Agnes
Green, donated $2.8 million to
construct an educational center
in Keystone and established a
$600,000 endowed scholarship'
that was matched by the state.
The Santa Fe Community
College Watson Center is
located on S.R. 21 between
Keystone and Melrose on a 42-
acre wooded site, .
While Aggie has not seen
the center due to advanced
stages of Alzheimer's, Al said
before she deteriorated, Aggie
iwas pleased--,With their.
donation.
, "She went to three different
schools in three years, and one
summer completed 'a degree in
education from the University
of Miami," said Al. It was
during that summer, Al and
Aggie met through' his'
fraternity brothers, while she
was attending the University of
Florida.
"Sometimes a person has.
either intelligence or wisdom.
She had both," said Al.
At the end of the summer
when Aggie left for Miami, Al


had an accident that put him in
the hospital "She wrote me
every day I was there," said
Al. "I realized she was a lady
who cared, so I invited her up
to homecoming."
He said he had read books
about how a man should. bend
down on one knee to propose
marriage,
"I couldn't handle that," he
said. "So I kind of asked, 'Will
you keep house for me?'
Aggie said, 'No, but I'll marry
you.'"
That's when their lifelong
teamwork began. Aggie and Al
have always been equal
partners.
"We worked together as a
team in business, in -our
spiritual lives and through our
charities," said Al.
In, the early years of their
marriage, Aggie substituted at
the elementary school in
Melrose.
"She made $5 a day," said,
Al. "She'd bring it back, I'd
buy more groceries and we'd
put some in savings."
In 1980, the Our Country
' Day committee asked Al to be
the grand marshal of the
Fourth of July parade. He said
he told them that he'd be a-
grand marshal only if Aggie
was included.
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marshals of the Our Country


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.event, -safd Al. Recently ,
Country Day asked Al to
grand marshal again. Al
lined because Aggie
don't ride with him.
n her. own, Aggie had a
ety of interests. She won a
1 of eight trophies as a
er. "Distance wasn't her
ngth (due to her petite
). She was good on the
ens," said Al.
he played bridge with a
tp of eight women. Al said
;ie held a positive attitude
ife. When she came home
m a bridge game, Al would
how she did.
Her response would be, 'I
seventh best.' She
ldn't say, 'I was next to
'" said Al.
ggie grew camellias at
r Lake' Geneva home.
re are 40 to 42 plants
nd the house. Years 'ago,
e was a Santa Fe Lake
lent who judged camellias
over the south. "He'd go
us tobuy camellias, He'd
t one out and say, 'That's
od plant,'" said Al. Aggie
ght it.
ie showed her flowers "at
onal .camellia shows,
ing a Best in Shows award
year, Al said. Ca'mellias
bloom profusely during'"
winter, but Al sa'idl'the
ts don't look half aSkgoJbItl
iey did when AggieFeared')
hem.
om 2000 until her death.,
ie was a Hospice patient.
memorial garden .named,
ie's Garden, was dedi-ated
e Hospice of the Lakes in
tka commemorating jointt
nation given by her and- Al
ugh the Keystone Heights
ry Club.
Years ago, like most young
s in Keystone Heights, I
:ed f.r the Watsons i.n the,.
son i'ood Store,"' said
red architect Frank
ath. "Aggie worked in the
. She was not a wife that
ed home. She wiast ja
:er. Al was the leader but'
e was always a pargier of
Aggie was alwayshfiere."
said she was supportive
l and they did everything
her.
day on' the golf course
a day with Aggie," said
ath. "That was different
most couples who tend to
d time independently with
i male friends or other
I friends. But it typifies ,
relationship." ; ,' 1%
-that ;time, women I. with
ren who had successful
rnds did not usually work,
ath said. "Aggie was 'a


full-time partner. By today's
standards, their relationship is
:unusual, at best. You don't see
the continued partnership that
Al and Aggie had."
Also a sign of the times,
Aggie dressed properly. "You
didn't see Aggie at the grocery
store in jeans and a T-shirt.
She was carefully put together.
Cute as can be, very petite,"
saidWalrath. .
Nephew William "Huntley"
Redfearn Jr. said he
remembers Aggie as being a'
hard worker, an d'frugal. One


day, he walked out of
Wharton's gas station when he
saw Aggie sitting in, the ,car
working on a calculator. He
asked her what she was doing.
"She said, 'I'm checking my
gas mileage,'" said Redfearn.
"I said, 'With a. big car like
that (a Lincoln": Town car
sedan), what do you care about
gas mileage?'." ',
Up until Saturday, there
were only four people
currently living inside the city
limits who have lived here
longer than him, Redfearn


said.
"Now there are three: Uncle ,
AI, Lou Timmins and Gladys
Tillis. There aren't many
people left (to talk about
Aggie)."
Al said Aggie was a
thoughtful, loving, caring and
patient woman.
"Above everything else, she
was a lady," said A'.
A funeral service will be
held on Saturday, Feb. 4, at 11
a.m. at Keystone United
Methodist Church on SR-21 in
Keystone Heights.


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COUNTY, FLORIDA, ,AMENDING
THE BRADFORD COUNTY
COMPREHENSIVE PLAN;
RELATING TO CHANGING THE
LAND USE CLASSIFICATION OF
MORE THAN TEN ACRES OF
LAND, PURSUANT TO AN
APPLICATION, R 050705 A, BY THE
PROPERTY OWNERS OF, SAID
ACREAGE, TO AMEND THE
FUTURE LAND USE PLAN MAP
OF THE BRADFORD COUNTY
COMPREHENSIVE PLAN, UNDER
THE AMENDMENT
PROCEDURES ESTABLISHED IN
SECTIONS 163.3161 THROUGH
163.3215, FLORIDA STATUTES, AS
AMENDED; PROVIDING FOR
CHANGING THE, LAND,, USE
CLASSIFICATION FROM
AGRICULTURE-1 (LESS THAN OR
EQUAL TO 1 DWELLING UNIT
PER 15 ACRES) TO
AGRICULTURE-2 (LESS THAN OR
EQUAL TO 1 DWELLING UNIT
PER 5 ACRES) OF CERTAIN
LANDS WITHIN THE
UNINCORPORATED AREA OF
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA;
PROVIDING SEVERABILITY;
REPEALING ALL ORDINANCES IN
CONFLICT; AND PROVIDING AN
EFFECTIVE DATE
AN ORDINANCE OF BRADFORD
COUNTY, FLORIDA, AMENDING
THE FUTURE LAND USE PLAN
MAP OF THE BRADFORD
COUNTY COMPREHENSIVE
PLAN, AS AMENDED; RELATING
TO AN AMENDMENT OF TEN OR
LESS ACRES OF LAND,
PURSUANT TO AN APPLICATION,
S 051206 A, BY THE PROPERTY
OWNERS OF SAID ACREAGE,
UNDER THE AMENDMENT
PROCEDURES ESTABLISHED IN
SECTIONS 163.3161 THROUGH
163.3215, FLORIDA STATUTES, AS
-AMENDED; PROVIDING FOR'
CHANGING THE LAND USE
CLASSIFICATION FROM
AGRICULTURE-2 (LESS THAN OR
EQUAL TO 1 DWELLING UNIT
PER 5 ACRES OF LAND) TO
COMMERCIAL OF CERTAIN
LANDS WITHIN THE
UNINCORPORATED AREA OF
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA;
PROVIDING SEVERABILITY;
REPEALING ALL ORDINANCES IN
CONFLICT; AND PROVIDING AN
EFFECTIVE DATE
AN ORDINANCE OF BRADFORD
COUNTY, FLORIDA, AMENDING
THE FUTURE LAND USE PLAN
MAP OF THE BRADFORD
COUNTY COMPREHENSIVE


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Feb. 2, 2006 T"LEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR-B-S CTION ageB


Goetzman and Edwards to wed


Janice and Fred Goetzman
of Keystone Heights announce
the engagement and upcoming
marriage of their daughter,
Shauna Layne Goetzman of
Gainesville, to David Kevin
Edwards, son of Conny and
Kay Edwards of Gainesville.
The bride-elect is a graduate
of Keystone Heights High
School and Santa Fe
Community College. She is a
surgical technician in the main
operating room of North
Florida Regional Medical
Center.
The groom-elect graduated
from Collierville High School
in Memphis, Tenn. and
'Memphis State University. He
is employed in the family
business at SSI Agencies and
Ed's Dry Cleaning.
,The wedding is set for 4:30
p.m. on Saturday, April 8,


Adam Edward George and
Kelly Jeane Stewart Jones

Jones and

George are

engaged
'Alice Stewart of Keystone
Heights and William Stewart
of Hollister announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Kelly Jeane Stewart .Jones, to
Adam Edward George, son of
Viola and Harris George of
Palatka.
SThe bride-elect is a graduate
of the University of Florida in
photojournalism. She is owner
of KJ's Photograph and is a
member of Hope Baptist
Church of Theresa.
iThe groom-elect is a
graduate of St. Johns River
Community College. He is
minister of music and senior
adults at Christ Independent
Methodist Church in Palatka.
The wedding will be held at
Christ Independent Methodist
Church in Palatka at 4 p.m. on
Saturday, Aug. 5, 2006.


A reception will fo
the church fellowship h
Family and frien
invited.



BIRTH;


Jordon Skyler Cl

Jordon Cla
Mallisa and Daniel C
Lake Butler announce
of their son, Jordon
Clarke, on Jan. 15, 2
Lake City.
Maternal grandpare
Susan Johnson of Le
Ky. and Tim Johnson
Butler.
Maternal great-gran
are Mallisa Wal
Lawrenceberg, Ky.,
Campbell of Lex
Geraldinc Williams
Butler and the late
Williams.
Paternal grandpare
Sandra Crews and
Clarke, both of Lake B
Paternal great-grand
are Lucille Regar o
Butler and the late
Regar and Ernestine C
Lake Butler and the la
Clarke.


BHS Class of 1996
Contact information is being
collected for the Bradford High
School class of 1996. Go to
BHS96reunion@hot mail.com
to submit.
Class reunion invitations
and details will soon follow.


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Shauna Layne Goetzman
and David Kevin Edwards
2006, at. First United Methodist
Church in Gaine- ille.
Family and friends are
invited.


Jason McCullough and
Laura Owens


Owens and
McCullough

are engaged
Timothy and Rozanne
Owens, of Jacksonville
announce the engagement of
their daughter, Laura Owens,
to Jason McCullough, of
Starke, son of Tommy
McCullough of Fairbanks and
Kathy Gunter of Starke.
The wedding is planned for
3 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 2,
2006, at First Baptist Church
of Starke.
A reception will follow the
ceremony at the Starke Golf
and Country Club.
Family and friends are
invited.


Benefit gala
set for


allow in
all. Heather
ds are. Smith

A benefit Valentine gala has
been planned for Saturday, Feb.
11, 6 p.m. until midnight, at
the Starke Golf and Country
S Club for Heather Smith.
Tickets are $15 per person,
which includes food, dancing,
an auction and door prizes. A
4 deejay will provide music and
Karaoke.
A drawing will be held for a
CVA muzzleloader. Tickets are
$1 or 11/$10. The winner will
be selected Feb. 11.
Smith suffers from chronic
auto immune hepatitis.
Although she had a liver
transplant in 2001, her liver is,
currently functioning at about
"'" 25 percent capacity. A second
transplant is imminent.
Smith is currently on
arke Medicaid, but not all of her
medical expenses are covered as
rke well as transportation, lodging,
Food, etc.
Clarke of Proceeds from this event are
the birth tax-deductible and will be
Skyler forwarded to the National
2006, in Transplant Assistant Fund to
offset Smith's medical
ents are expenses. Receipts will be
xington, furnished upon request.
of Lake Call (904) 509-1867 or
(352) 745-1956 for
parents information or to purchase
ker of drawing tickets for the
James muzzleloader.


ington,
of Lake
Tommy
ents are
Tommy
utler.
parents
if Lake'
Charlie
larke of
ate Elzie


Elzie Sanders

Sanders
retirement

celebration set

for Feb. 17
A retirement celebration for
The Honorable Elzie S.
Sanders, circuit judge, will be
held on Friday, Feb. 17, 5-7
p.m., at the Bradford County
Courthouse, second floor, in
Starke.
For 33 years, Sanders has
served the citizens of Bradford,
Baker, Union, Gilchrist, Levy
and Alachua counties.'
The public is invited.

BHS Class of 1976
A reunion planning meeting
for the Bradford High School
class of 1979 is planned for
Saturday, Feb. 11, 12 noon, at
Sugar Tree Restaurant at
Kingsley Lake.
Correspondence may be sent
to bhsreunion 1976
@yahoo.com or call (904) 964-
8923 or (904) 964-7405.


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Continued from p. 1B

Program for use by Southside
Elementary physical education
classes and after-school
programs.
Other scheduled stops on the
walk include the Starke Parks
and Recreation Department,
where a basketball
demonstration by after-school
program members will take
place. The final stretch will
lead to the Bradford County
Health Department where a
cookout sponsored by
Kiwanis, the Department of
Corrections and the health
department will take place,
followed by a .closing
ceremony.,
The public is encouraged to
participate in the health walk
and cookout.
Step Up Florida leaves
Bradford County and travels to
Alachua County where the
ceremonies will begin again on
Monday, Feb. 13, in
Gainesville.
Additional information on'
Step, Up Florida can be found
on the Florida Department of
He alth's Web site at
wwww.doh.state.fl.us, or call the
Briadford County Health
Department at (904) 964-7732,
ext. 133.



If people concentrated on
the really important things
inflife, there'd be a
shortage of fishing poles.
S.-Doug Larson
I., 4 -* .


B-U Vo-Tech
announces
new class
A new Core/C.N.A. class
will begin at Bradford-Union
Area Vocational Technical
Center on Tuesday, Feb 7, and
complete May 25. The class
will run Monday through
Thursday, 4:50-9 p.m. Cost for
tuition, books and lab fee is
$401.69.
Call (904) 966-6769 to
schedule a TABE test or for
more information.


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Hide not your talents, they for use were made. What's a
sundial in the shade?
-Benjamin Franklin



NOTICE OF LAND USE
CHANGE
The Board of County Commissioners of Bradford
County, Florida, proposes to change the use of land
within the area shown on the map below, by amending
the Future Land Use Plan Map of the Bradford County
Comprehensive Plan, hereinafter referred to as the
Comprehensive Plan, as follows:
(1) R 051216 A, an application by the Board of County
Commissioners, to amend the Future Land Use Plan
Map of the Comprehensive Plan by changing the future
land use classification from AGRICULTURE-2 (less
than or equal to 1 dwelling unit ,per 5 acres) to
RESIDENTIAL, LOW DENSITY (less than or equal to 2
dwelling units per acre) on property described, as
follows:
A parcel of land lying within- Section 1, Township 8
South, Range 22 East, Bradford County, Florida. Being
more particularly described, as follows: The South 1/2 of
the South 1/2 of said Section 1 less the right-of-way of
State Road 100, County Road 18, Southeast 71st
Street, Southeast 72nd Street, Southeast 73rd Street,
Southeast 2nd Place, Southeast 4th Avenue, Southeast
5th Avenue and Southeast 7th Avenue.
Containing 160.00 acres, more or less.

BRADFORD COUNTY


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The first of two public hearings concerning the amend-
ment will be held on February 16, 2006 at 6:30 p.m., or
as soon thereafter as the matter can be heard, in the
County Commission Meeting Room, County
Courthouse located at 945 North Temple Avenue,
Starke, Florida.
The, public hearing may be continued to one or more
future dates. Any interested party shall be advised that
the date, time and place of any continuation of the public
hearing shall be' announced during the public hearifig
and that no further notice concerning the ;matter will-be
published.
The public hearing are being conducted by the Board of
County Commissioners to consider transmittal of the
amendment to the Florida Department of Community
Affairs.
At the aforementioned public hearing, all interested per-
sons may appear and be heard with respect to the
amendment on the date, time and place as referenced
above.
Copies of the amendment are available for public
inspection at the Office of the Director of Zoning, County
Courthouse North Wing located at 945 North Temple
Avenue, Starke, Florida, during regular business hours.,
All persons are advised that, if they decide to appeal any
decision made at the public hearing, they will need a
record of the proceedings and, for such purpose, they
may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the pro-
ceedings is made, which record includes the testimony
and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based.


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Page 6B TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR--B-SECTION Feb. 2, 2006


I CRIME
S.. .. .. me Robert Hunt, 20, of


Lake City
man faces
charges
Iin Bradford
A Lake City man was
arrested Jan.' 28 after deputies
were called at 1:45 a.m. to
George's Bar on S.R. 16, west
of Starke, w here a man was
brandishing a gun.
'Nicholas James Carter was
escorted from the bar after he'
was identified as the one with a
gun, according to Deputy'
Joseph Jones. He admitted to ,
having a gun but refused to be
handcuffed, striking the deputy
in the face, Deputy Jones said.'
Canrter then attempted to go'
into his right pant's pocket at
which time the deputy hit
Carter. After being handcuffed,'
the deputy found a loaded
Beretta .32 handgun in Carter's
pocket. Two patrons from the
bar stated Caner had threatened
them with his gun, Deputy
Jones said.
Carter, 25,. was charged with
battery on law enforcement
officer, carrying a concealed'
:.weapon and.. two counts
aggravated assault with .a.
deadly weapon. .
-Carter remains in custody
-under a $100,000 bond.

Two charged.
after man
robbed
at his home
Two men have been charged
with robbery. after taking
money from, a man in Lake
Butler.
Jonathan Lamar Rawls, 22,
and Dontral Devon Goolsby,
..19, are charged with
approaching the victim at his
home. One of the men pointed
.,a gun at .the victim and
demanded monie : while' the:
other man waited in the car,,
Deputy Mac Johns said. After.-
they received a small amount
of cash they fled the area, but
were ,, iidetified,, through
investigation, Deputy Johns
said..
The victim had been
approached by -one of ,the
suspects earlier at anoter..
location. Drugs apparently
played a part in the robbery but
the stories- vary in details,
Deputy Johns said,.:'
Rawls was located and
arrested- Jan.; 24 by Deputy
Johns. The mask and. a black
toy handgun used by the
suspects in' the robbery were
found in Rawls' apartment,
Deputy Johns said.
Goolsby of Raiford has not
been arrested as of press time,
Deputy Johns said.'

Lawtey man
threatens to
stab victim,
gets arrested
A Lawtey man was arrested
for burglarizing a home and
threatening the victim with a
knife on Jan. 21.
Kenneth Silcox is charged
with creating a disturbance at a
residence he had entered
without permission, Deputy
Robbie Watkins said. Silcox
forced open a door to a
bedroom where he found an ex-
girlfriend hiding. During an
argument Silcox armed himself
with a steak knife and


threatened to stab the
homeowner,' Deputy Watkins
said. The homeowner fled from
Silcox and hid in the woods
where he called 911 for help,
Deputy Watkins said.
Deputies were unable to
locate Silcox when they
arrived. .
Silcox, 37, was arrested Jan. '
25 for armed burglary' of a
dwelling, aggravated assault
and domestic battery,. Deputy
Watkins said. Bond was set at.
$25,000.. : :

Lake Butler


violation of probation. Bond county jail and Dattery with no
was set at $50,000. 'bo.ind ,


Mathis Charles Jackson, 48,
of Lake Butler was arrested
Jan. 26 by Union Deputy
George Green for aggravated
battery. Jackson is charged
with hitting the victim in the
'head with a pool stick during a
confrontation at Pop's Juke.
The 'victim was taken to Lake.
Butler 'IHospitil .where ,she'
received two stitches to her
head, Deputy Green said. The,
incident occurred just before'
midnight.
I d I I


m an arrested Abraham Gordon, 24, of
Starke as arrested Jan, 26 by
in Starke Bradford Deputy Robbie
A 34-year-old Lake Butler Watkins for domestic battery.
man was arrested Jan. 30 in Gordon is charged with
Starke for stealing from Wal- striking the victim during a.
Mart. verbal altercation. Gordon was
T rone Deon Davis removed injured by a lamp the victim
a wireless s phone from its was using to defend herself,
packaging, concealed it on his Deputy Watkins said. Bond
person and left the store was set at $ 0
without paying, according to "
Sgt. Donald Spriggle. Value of Jorge 'Luis Torres. ot
the phone was $71.61. Keystone Heights ws arrqs ed
Davis was charged with retail Jan. 24 by Clay Dep .
and felony theft. His criminal Torres sfo chargdddomesti dthe
history revealed subsequent Topunching ts he victi A th
con actions of larceny. Sgt. punching the victim in -l cell
Spriggle said. during an argument'SeDeP ~y
The theft occurred just after Kraus said. '. o)
midnight, Sgt. Spriggle said. J .a onil :*
-Syveloa D. Jackson. 3-2, of'
R aif .n Starke was arrested Jan., 28 by
Ralford man :: Starke Officer Sha,.n B.'
charged after Brown for burglary arid bat'e". '
charge aft r Jackson is charged? :with
crash entering and remaifi higib a
... structure without the..ivi'.ia s'.
A 26-year-old: Raiford mar permission. While -e ,
was arrested Jan. 27 in Starke struck the victim, rer"
after wrecking his vehicle. Brown said. A $25.00b0 ,r4v
Stephen Troy Arnold., was bond was posted for J'ks~l~n's-
located near the scene of a release from custody 'up
vehicle,,in. the ditch on S.R. : ,.q "
100, according to Officer Paul' Charles' Callawayv 18i, ;of
King. A 1999 Tahoe had ran 'Keystone Heights was arireed '
over a chain link fence, Jan. 30 by Clay deputies or
causing extensive damage, loitering or prowling. '
between Whispering Oaks and' '
Orangewood Apt., Officer Bryan Archer, 30, of,
King said. Hampton was arrested Jan. 24'
Arnold fled officers when by Florida Highway Patrol
they' attempted to question Trooper Jason Barry for
him. When he was apprehended possession' of crack, cocaine
,.he smelled strongly of an .He wasreleased from custody
alcoholic beverage and his eyes .*, a $15,000 surety bond
were bloodshot. He refused to was posted.
admit to being the driver of the
wrecked vehicle, Officer King, William Hanilton, 47, of
said. Stake was anesed Jan. 26 by
Witness .-,1 1 p-,1.A.h qltik Offaita lPM ng odn a
crash stated, h5''aw, .'- -.-m *fa Wiion,_ !f
exit the kIa=O f p
King said. with no bond. Duing a ,.
Arnold was charged with the officer found a marijuana
resisting arrest without pipe,. and Hamilton was
violence and as a habitual additionally .d :with
traffic violator, Officer King possession of dug
said. He. was released from e paraphernalia. Bond was s at
custody after a $10,000 surety $1,000
bond was posted. .


Recent
arrests
in Bradford,
Clay or Union
The following individuals
were arrested recently by local
law enforcement officers' in
Bradford, Clay 'r(Keystone
Heights area) or Union.
County:
Edward A. Grover, 35,' of
Hampton was arrested Jan. 27
by Bradford Sgt. Ron Davis
and Deputy Thomas Sapp for
aggravated child abuse, Grover
is charged with beating the.,
Victim, on Jan. 23 causing
serious injuries, Sgt. Davis
said. He was arrested following
an investigation into the
allegations. Grover was
additionally charged with


Pearl Van Echteld, '46, of
Keystone Heights was anesied
Jan. 29..by Clay deputies on a
warrant for uttering a' forged
check.
Tracy D. Davy, 36, of Starke
was arrested Jan, .28 by
Bradford Deputy Drew Moore
for contempt of court no valid
driver's license. She was
released from custody after a
$219 cash bond was posted.
Sandra MNriique 'Hamipton,
30, of Starke was arrested Jan.
28' by Officer Brown on a
warrant for aggravated battery
with bodily harm. A $15,000
surety bond was .posted for her
release from custody.
Dennis Tyler," 38, of Starke
was arrested Jan, 28 by
Bradford Deputy Josh Luke for
violation of : probation
introduction of contraband into'


Bobbie ,Jo' Tyler, 35, of
Starke w,.as arrested Jin. 28 by,.
Bradford Deputy Lee Garnto for,
failure to appear attempted
aggravated assault. She was
released from custody after a
$4,000 surety bond was,
posted .
Edward A. Grover, 38, of
Hampton was arrested Jan. 27
by probation officers for
'violation of probation.' .

NMichael Calliaway, '45, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Jan. 26 by Clay deputies on a


warrant fior cult action of
marijuana.
Phelim Berry, 18, of Melrose
was arrested Jan. 25 by Deputy
Garnto for failure to appear,
possession of marijuana and,
resisting arrest without
violence. Berry was transported
to Alachua County.

Tony Rossin, 32, of
Jacksonville was arrested Jan.
24 by FHP Trooper M.D.
King for failure to appear to
pay child support. Total bond
was set at $6,000. Rossin was
released on his own
recognizance.


Lake Butler was arrested Jan.
24 by Union Lt. H.M.
Tomlinson on a warrant for
failure to appear. Bond was set
.at $2,500.
Juliette Houser, 43, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Jan. 25 by Clay deputies on a
warrant for issuing worthless
check.

Gerald Sims, 40, of
Jacksonville was .arrested Jan.
24 by Trooper King on a
warrant for larceny from Duval
County. Bond was set at
$10,003.


NOTICE OF LAND USE CHANGE
The Board of County Commissioners of Bradford County, Florida, proposes to change
the use of land within the area shown on the map below, by amending the Future Land
Use Plan Map of the Bradford County Comprehensive Plan, hereinafter referred to as
the Comprehensive Plan, as follows:
(1) R 050622 A,.an application by Craig W. Patterson and Timothy W. Buffkin, to
amend the Future Land Use Plan Map of the Comprehensive Plan by changing the
future land use classification from RESIDENTIAL, LOW DENSITY (legs than or equal
to 2 dwelling units per acre) to COMMERCIAL on property described, asgf jlows:
Tax Parcel No. 00945-0-00000 ., ,
A parcel of land lying within Section 24, Township 7 South, Rapge 21 East, Bradford
County, Florida. Being more particularly described, as follows: The Northeast 1/4 of
the Northeast 1/4 of said Section 24 lying East of U.S. Highway 3(01 (State Road 200).
Excepting therefrom any portion owned by the State of Florida.
Containing 33.00 acres, more or less.
(2) R 050705 A, an application by Bryan K. and Angela K. Nazworth, to amend the
Future Land Use Plan Map of the Comprehensive Plan by changing the'future land
use classification from AGRICULTURAL-1 (less than or equal to 1 dwelling unit per 15
acres) to AGRICULTURE-2 (less than or equal to 1 dwelling unit per 5 acres) ;on pro-
perty described, as follows:
Tax Parcel No. 00145-0-00000
A parcel of land lying within Section 23, Township 6 South, Range 20 East, Bradford
County, Florida. Being more particularly described,, as follows: Commence at the
Southeast corner of the Southwest 1/4 of the Northeast 1/4 of said Section 23 for the
Point of Beginning; thence North 89 55'54" West along the Southerly boundary of the
Southwest 1/4 of the Northeast 1/4 of said Section 23 a distance of 1,156.68 feet to the
Easterly right-of-way of Southwest 137th Avenue, a County graded road; thence North
01 39'25" West along said Easterly right-of-way of Southwest 137th Avenue 395.93
feet; thence North 06009'42" West along said Easterly right-of-way of Southwest 137th
Avenue 628.84 feet; thence North 73'00'00" East 240.96 feet; thence North 00014'37"
East:236.34 feet, to the Northerly boundary of the Southwest 1/4 of the Northeast 1/4 of
said Section 23; thence South 89"45'23" East along the Northerly boundary of the
Southwest 1/4 of the Northeast 1/4 of said Section 23 a distance of 1,005.17 feet to the
Easterly boundary of the Southwest 1/4 of the Northeast 1/4 of said Section 23; thence
South 00c02'30" West along the Easterly boundary of the Southwest 1/4 of the
Northeast 1/4 of said Section 23 a distance of 1,324.87 feet to the Point of Beginning.
Containing 35.06 acres, more or less,
AND
Tax Parcel No. 00145-0-00tp16lo e .u m.iinw ..
aeee iar l Ia i n i Q ithin4nee 23,,,Towf!absip)6Sout~i RA gel-20 East; Bradfrd
County, Florida. Being- morel particularly described, as iItdws: Cormmente'at'the
Northeast corner of the Northwest 1/4 of the Southeast 1/4 of said Section 23 for the
Point of Beginning; thence South 00003'34" East along the Easterly boundary of the
Northwest 1/4 of the Southeast 1/4 of said Section 23 a distance of 69.60 feet to the
Northerly right-of-way of County Road 235; thence South 50017'13" West along said
Northerly right-of-way of County Road 235 a distance of 325.57 feet; thence North
0003'34" West parallel with said Easterly boundary of the Northwest- 1/4 of the
Southeast 1/4 of said Section 23 a distance of 277.97 feet to the Northerly boundary of
the Northwest 1/4 of the Southeast 1/4 of said Section 23; thence South 89055'15"
East along the Northerly boundary of the Northwest 1/4 of the Southeast 1/4 of said
Section 23 a distance of 250.66 feet to the Point of Beginning.
Containing 1.00 acre, more or less.
All said lands containing 36.06 acres, more or less.
BRADFORD COUNTY
Public hearings concerning the amend-
ments to consider the enactment of ordi-
nances to adopt the amendments will be 0
held on February 16, 2006 at 6:30 p.m., or owtey
as soon thereafter as the matters can be
heard, in the County Commission Meeting Ro0SOo05 ra so,
Room, County Courthouse located at 945 Sto-r
North Temple
Avenue, Starke, Florida. The title of said
ordinances read, as follows: a cie Brooker
AN ORDINANCE OF BRADFORD MPTON
COUNTY, FLORIDA, AMENDING THE J Rt05022A
BRADFORD COUNTY oD wz4
COMPREHENSIVE PLAN; RELATING
TO CHANGING THE LAND. USE
CLASSIFICATION OF MORE THAN TEN
ACRES OF LANDQ PURSUANT TO AN APPLICATION, R 050622 A, BY THE
PROPERTY OWNERS OF SAID ACREAGE, TO AMEND THE FUTURE LAND USE
PLAN MAP OF THE1 BRADFORD COUNTY COMPREHENSIVE PLAN, UNDER THE
AMENDMENT PROCEDURES ESTABLISHED IN SECTIONS 163.3161 THROUGH
163.3215, FLORIDA STATUTES, AS AMENDED; PROVIDING FOR CHANGING THE
LAND USE CLASSIFICATION FROM RESIDENTIAL, LOW DENSITY (LESS THAN
OR EQUAL TO 2 DWELLING UNITS PER ACRE) TO COMMERCIAL OF CERTAIN
LANDS WITHIN THE UNINCORPORATED AREA OF BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA; PROVIDING SEVERABILITY; REPEALING ALL ORDINANCES IN
CONFLICT; AND PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
AN ORDINANCE OF BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA, AMENDING THE
BRADFORD COUNTY COMPREHENSIVE PLAN; RELATING TO CHANGING THE
LAND USE CLASSIFICATION OF MORE THAN TEN ACRES OF LAND, PURSUANT
TO. AN APPLICATION, R 050705 A, BY THE PROPERTY OWNERS OF SAID
ACREAGE, TO AMEND THE FUTURE LAND USE PLAN MAP OF THE BRADFORD
COUNTY COMPREHENSIVE PLAN, UNDER THE AMENDMENT PROCEDURES
ESTABLISHED IN SECTIONS 163.3161 THROUGH 163.3215, FLORIDA
STATUTES, AS AMENDED; PROVIDING FOR CHANGING THE LAND USE
CLASSIFICATION FROM AGRICULTURE-1
(LESS,THAN OR EQUAL TO 1 DWELLING UNIT PER 15 ACRES) TO
AGRICULTURE-2 (LESS THAN OR EQUAL TO 1 DWELLING UNIT PER 5 ACRES)
OF CERTAIN LANDS WITHIN THE UNINCORPORATED AREA OF BRADFORD
COUNTY, FLORIDA; PROVIDING SEVERABILITY; REPEALING ALL ORDINANCES
IN CONFLICT; AND PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE
The public hearing may be continued to one or more future dates. Any interested party
shall be advised that the date, time and place of any continuation of the public hearing
shall be announced during the public hearing and that no further notices concerning
the matter will be published.
At the aforementioned public hearing, all interested persons may appear and be heard
with respect to the amendment on the date, time and place as referenced above.
Copies of the amendment are available for public inspection at the Office of the
Director of Zoning, County Courthouse North Wing located at 945 North Temple
Avenue, Starke, Florida, during regular business hours.


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In April 2003. Islar was told
to close the account and
received a letter signed by State
Attorney Bill Cervone to that
effect. A letter dated Nov. 2005
was sent to the state attorney
from the bank where the
account was located, indicating
there was an outstanding
balance due. A check of the
account revealed it had never


been closed. The state attorney
contacted FDLE for
investigative assistance after
receipt of the letter. The
investigation, disclosed that
Islar had been using the account
to pay for personal purchases
beginning in February 2004.
On Dec. 5, Islar was
interviewed by FDLE and
.admitted to taking money from


Feb. 2,2006 TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR-B-SECTION Page 7B


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This 1989 Ford pickup pulling a trailer overturned Jan. 28 at noon on
Steel Mill Road (Southeast 44th Street). Driver of the truck, Lester
Willingham, 59, of Starke was transported to Shands Starke for Injuries,
not thought to be serious, according to a Florida Highway Patrol
spokesperson.


Recent arrests
in Bradford,
Clay e Union
The followingg ",ii..iidu. -I
law etitl'tihcfnr il i
BracfordOR ,fl:' (Kc:,' 'I
Heights area) or UnionI
County:

Elizabeth Howell, 38, of
Kevsto6e Heights -was arrested
Jan. '24' by' Clay deputies for
failure to appear worthless
check..
Bright Ugiagbe, 32, ., of
Orange Park was arrested Jan.
25 by' Bradffitd Deputy David
Thompson.-.fO violationn of
probation' burglary.
David Delk, 47, of
Jacksonville ,hs arrested Jan.
25 by Deput Thompson for.
violation 'bf"p6bation burglary
of a structure:.."
Scott Suits, 32, -of Lawtey
was arrested Jan. 25 by
Bradford Deputy Lori Jestes for
violation of probation grand
theft. "


bond was posted for his release
from custody.
George Little, 51. of Bartow
was arrested Jan. 25 by
Hampton officers for DWLS.
He was released from custody
after a $2,500 surety bond was
posted.
Samuel Moore, 29, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Jan. 24 by Clay deputies for
DWLS.
Alan Jowanna, 21 of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Jan 27 by Clay deputies for
DWLS.
Adamn Svitek, 21, of
Keyst.ine Heights was arrested
Jan. 2'" by Clay deputies for
DWLS.'-
Christopher Eugene Smith,
23, of Lake Butler was arrested
Jan. 28 by Bradford Sgt.
Wayne Mclntire on a warrant
from Union Couinty for failure
to appear DWLS. He was
released after a $5,000 surety
bond was posted..
Michael Mayo, 37, of Ocala
was arrested 'Jan. ,23 by
Bradford Deputy Jason Clark
f vir'lrlnl* -n of Trhrobltinn


knowledge and expired license.
Bond was set at $1,000.
i i _
S .-;:I
Matthew Hargis. 22, of ''
Keystone Heights was arrested /
Jan. 17 by Clay deputies on al
warrant for violation of-j,
probation reckless driving.
Jame Pierce, 23. of Keystone
Heights was arrested Jan. 21 I by
Clay deputies, on a warrant for
failure to appear from Alachua -1
County and on Jan. 22 for
violation of probation DWLS. ,
Adam Rosier, 44, of Starke
was arrested Jan. 17 by Starke5,,i
Officer Mark Lowery for ,
violation of probation DWLS.
Daniel Fountain, 21, of
Jacksonville was arrested Jan.
17 for failure to appear t,.
violation, of probation DWLS. j
A $4,000 surety bond wasi,:,
posted for his release from
custody.
Wesley Bailey, 19, of Lawtey
was arrested Jan. 17 by Bradford
Deputy Matt Watson for failure
to appear possession of alcohol
by a minor, DWLS, violation
of probation disorderly
intoxication and DUL Total


.Traff'ic r v o -'""""u,, bond was set at $19,UUU.
Traffic DWLS.
Sonny Avery, 35, of Starke
was arrested Jan. 28 by Officer William D. Marchant, 36', "f ,_I i"' I4 ji .4 A ,,
,,int-luene,..,.Avery.'s.bhlpd-.- y7 j.BradfordSgt.-E.Jr-Kiser- r--'. .... ., '.
alcohol level was .14 percent., on a capias for failure to appear investigation
Avery's vehicle was seen DWLS. Bond. was set: at Snt I S I theft
crossing the center lane on $9,000Q,which includes a: bond Into SIU t elft
, U.S. 301 before it made a U- surrender : The Florida Department of
t turn and ended up on the Law Enforcement has concluded
sidewalk, Officer Brown said. its investigation of former
Bond was set at $1,000. David Michael Boyd, 40, of, State Attorney Investigator
Jacksonville was arrested Jan. Mark A. ; Islar and his
Lori Smith, 34, of Starke 22 -by Officer Crosby for involvement in: the possible
was arrested Jan. 24 by driving while license suspended theft of monies from a Special
t Trooper Barry for driving or revoked (DWLS) and on a Investigations Unit (SIU) bank
while license suspended or warrant from Pasco County for account.
revoked (DWLS). A $2,000 failure to appear solicitation. The SIU, established in the
surety bond was posted for her Total bond was set at $1,013. mid-1990s' as a multi-county
release from custody. narcotic. ;task force included
Marcia Morgan, 28, -of officers 'from i police
Garry 'Goetzman, 18, of Gainesville was arrested Jan. 17 departments and sheriff's offices
Lawtey was arrested Jan. 24 by by Officer Crosby for DWLS. in Baker, Bradford and Union
Starke Officer Stephen Murphy A $500 cash bond was posted counties. Islar was the head of
for DWLS. He was released for her release. the unit, representing the state
after a $500 surety bond was attorney. A bank account for
posted. Pamela Crawford Baker, 45,. the SRU was opened in August
of Starke was arrested Jan. 22 1993 as a repository for money
Delbert Lofton, 18, of by Sgt. White for DWLS with obtained by the unit from'
Melrose was arrested Jan. 25 knowledge. A $2,500 surety seizures, probation and parole
by Clay deputies for DWLS. bond was posted for her release costs from arrested individuals
from custody. and restitution paid to the Clerk
Abraham Gordon, 24, of of the Courl. Islar received
Starke was arrested Jan. 23 by Beau 'P. Jackson, 26, of checks from these sources and,
Starke Officer William Murray Starke was arrested Jan. 22 by would deposit them into the


Officer Hooper for DWLS with account.


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NOTICE OF ZONING CHANGE
The Board of County Commissioners of Bradford County, Florida proposes to amend
the text of the Bradford County Land Development Regulations, as amended', herei-
nafter referred to as the Land Development Regulations, within the area shown on the
-map below, as follows:
(1) LDR 05-3 an application by the Board of County Commissioners, to amend the text
of the Land Development Regulations by amending Section 2.1, definition of
Automobile Wrecking or Automobile Wrecking Yard by defining automobile wrecking
and automobile wrecking yard and clarifying that it does not include temporary storage
of vehicles transported to the site by tow truck and which are awaiting repair; and by
ametiding Section 4.17.4, Special Exceptions, for an Industrial (I) zoning district to
require automobile wrecking or automobile wrecking yard to install an opaque fence or
wall buffer, meet minimum setbacks and not. be located within a Flood Zone A or AE
area.
S(2)LDR 05-4 an application by the Board of County Commissioners, to amend the text
of the Land Deyelopment Regulations by amending Section 2.1 Definitions to add a
new definition of Industrial zoning district and nonconforming wrecking yard; amending
Section 2.3.5 Non-conforming Use of Structures and Premises by discontinuir uthe
mnon-conforming status of a wrecking yard at the time the use ceases; and ad ing a
new'Section 4.2.37 Non-conforming Wrecking Yards which establishes regulations for
6'inQ informing wrecking yards that require they be enclosed by an eight foot opaque
ejqpc, wall or landscape buffer and not allow galvanized metal fencing, requifeland-
,spaping with 80 percent opacity along roadways in lieu of fencing, a 50 foot setback
from federal, state or county roads, and a 25 foot setback from contiguous 'p1pperty
lines.
(3) LDR 06-1 an application by the Board of County Commissioners, to amend the text
of tli Land Development Regulations by amending Section 4.8.4, entitled Prohibited
.Uses, and Structures, in Residential, Single Family (RSF) zoning districts, deleting'the
keeping of horses; and by amending 'Section 4.8.5, entitled Special Exceptjons, in
iResidential, Single Family (RSF) zoning districts, adding equine activities ancf related
facilities; and by amending Section 4.9.4, entitled Prohibited Uses and Structures, in
'pBiential,(Mixed) Single Family/ Mobile Home (RSF/MH) zoning districts,-' electing
t1e, kgeping of horses; and by amending Section 4.9.5, entitled Special Exceptions, in
,Residential,(Mixed) Single Family/ Mobile Home (RSF/MH) zoning districts, adding
equine activities and related facilities; and by amending Section 4.10.4, entitled
Prohibited Uses and Structures, in Residential, Mobile Home (RMH) zoning districts,
deeting.the keeping of horses; and by amending Section 4.10.5, entitled'Special
Ex'cqptions, in Residential, Mobile Home (RMH) zoning districts, adding equine activi-
ties and related facilities. o


BRADFORD COUNTY


Thefirst of two public hearings on the amend-
ments and to consider on first reading ordi- ----
nances adopting said amendments will be
held on February 16, 2006 at 6:30 p.m., or as E 01
soon thereafter as the matters can be heard, in *
County Commission Meeting Room, County s Lawtey
Courthouse located at 945 North Temple
Avenue, Starke, Florida. The titles of said ordi-
nances shall read, as follows: ,. Starke
AN CE eRAI F-fI'p.'UIIy -,,". / < 4,.
FE I .... EB-FA E 6'FONI'
COUNTY LAND DEVELOPMENT
REGULATIONS, AS AMENDED; AMENDING \ B k
SECTION 2.1, ENTITLED DEFINITIONS, BY Broker
-DEFINING AUTOMOBILE WRECKING AND Hampton
AUTOMOBILE WRECKING YARD AND Cities
CLARIFYING THAT IT DOES NOT INCLUDE R* oads
TEMPORARY STORAGE OF VEHICLES Roads
TRANSPORTED TO THE SITE BY TOW MILES
TRUCK AND WHICH ARE AWAITING 0 4 0
REPAIR, AND AMENDING SECTION 4.17.4,
ENTITLED SPECIAL EXCEPTIONS IN AN INDUSTRIAL (1) ZONING DISTRICT, BY
REQUIRING WRECKING YARDS TO INSTALL AN OPAQUE FENCE OR WALL
BUFFER, MEET MINIMUM SETBACKS AND NOT TO BE LOCATED WITHIN A
FLOOD ZONE A OR AE AREA; PROVIDING SEVERABILITY; REPEALING ALL
ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT; AND PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
AN ORDINANCE OF BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA, AMENDING THE
BRADFORD COUNTY LAND DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS, AS AMENDED;
AMENDING SECTION 2.1, ENTITLED DEFINITIONS; BY ADDING A NEW
DEFINITION OF INDUSTRIAL ZONING DISTRICT AND NON-CONFORMING
WRECKING YARD; BYADDING SECTION 4.2.37, ENTITLED NON-CONFORMING
WRECKING YARDS WHICH ESTABLISHES REGULATIONS FOR NON-.
CONFORMING WRECKING YARDS THAT REQUIRE THEY BE ENCLOSED BY AN
EIGHT FOOT OPAQUE FENCE, WALL OR LANDSCAPE BUFFER AND NOT
ALLOW GALVANIZED METAL FENCING, REQUIRE LANDSCAPING WITH 80
PERCENT OPACITY ALONG ROADWAYS IN LIEU OF FENCING, A 50-FOOT
SETBACK FROM FEDERAL, STATE OR COUNTY ROADS, AND A 25-FOOT
SETBACK FROM CONTIGUOUS PROPERTY LINES; PROVIDING
SEVERABILITY; REPEALING ALL ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT; AND PROVIDING
AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
AN ORDINANCE OF BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA, AMENDING THE
BRADFORD COUNTY LAND DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS, AS AMENDED;
AMENDING SECTION 4.8.4, ENTITLED PROHIBITED USES AND STRUCTURES
IN RESIDENTIAL, SINGLE FAMILY (RSF) ZONING DISTRICTS, DELETING THE
KEEPING OF HORSES; AND BY AMENDING SECTION 4.8.5, ENTITLED SPECIAL
EXCEPTIONS, IN RESIDENTIAL, SINGLE FAMILY (RSF) ZONING DISTRICTS,
ADDING EQUINE ACTIVITIES AND RELATED FACILITIES; AND BY AMENDING
SECTION 4.9.4, ENTITLED PROHIBITED USES AND STRUCTURES, IN
RESIDENTIAL,(MIXED) SINGLE FAMILY/ MOBILE HOME (RSF/MH) ZONING
DISTRICTS, DELETING THE KEEPING OF HORSES; AND BY AMENDING
SECTION 4.9.5, ENTITLED SPECIAL EXCEPTIONS, IN RESIDENTIAL,(MIXED)
SINGLE FAMILY/MOBILE HOME (RSF/MH) ZONING DISTRICTS, ADDING
EQUINE ACTIVITIES AND RELATED FACILITIES; AND BY AMENDING SECTION
4.10.4, ENTITLED PROHIBITED USES AND STRUCTURES, IN RESIDENTIAL,
MOBILE HOME (RMH) ZONING DISTRICTS, DELETING THE KEEPING OF
HORSES; AND BY AMENDING SECTION' 4.10.5, ENTITLED SPECIAL
EXCEPTIONS, IN RESIDENTIAL, MOBILE HOME (RMH) ZONING DISTRICTS,
ADDING EQUINE ACTIVITIES AND RELATED FACILITIES; PROVIDING
SEVERABILITY; REPEALING ALL ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT; AND PROVIDING
AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
The public hearings may be continued to one or more future dates. Any interested par-
ty shall be advised that the date, time and place of any continuation of the public.hear-
ings shall be announced during the public hearings and that no further notice concern-
ing the matters will be published.
At the aforementioned public hearings, all interested persons, may appear and be
heard With respect to the amendments on the date, time and place as referenced
above. ; '
Copies. of the amendments are available for public inspection at the Officd of the
Director of poni'g, County Courthouse located at 945 North Temple Avenue, North
Wing, Starke, Florida, during regular business hours.
All persons are advised that, if they decide to appeal any decision made at the public
hearings, they will need a record of the proceedings and, for such purpose, they may
need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made, which record
includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based.


the account and using it for his'
own personal gain. That same
day, Islar committed suicide in
his home.
The amount of money. taken
by Islar from the S I U'bank-
account was $16,414.87 and a
balance of $3,670.74 was owed
to a business on Islar's behalf.
The total amount of money
misappropriated by Islar was
estimated at $20,085.61.


for DWLS. A $500 surety


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Page 8B TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR--B-SECTION Feb. 2, 2006


Open house planned for hunting proposal


An open house to gather
public input on a draft plan for
reopening the south post of
Camp Blanding for hunting is
scheduled for Tuesday, Feb. 7.
from 6 30-8 30 p.m., at the
Clay County Fairgrounds.
2497 S R. 16 West. in Green
Co\e Springs.
The Camp Blanding Joint
Training Center and the Florida
Fish and Wildlife Conservation
Commission have created a
proposal that could reestablish
access to the south portion of
the post for hunting. Since
Sept. II. 2001, the lands in the
Camp Blanding Wildlife
Management Area lying south
of S R 16 have been closed by
jihe Department of Military
Affairs These lands. needed
for training exercises and troop
mobilization, are under tight
security that prohibits
recreational access under the


current hunting format.
While the closure resulted in
the loss of all recreational
access to the south post.
"hunting has been allowed in
traditional hunting areas on
north post," said Col. Ben
Nelson, Camp Blanding Joint
Training Center commander.
He said Florida Department of
Military Affairs and FWC
staffs have maintained
communications in an effort to
reopen the closed area.
"It is the intent of the Florida
National Guard to consider the
interests of our citizens while
also satisfying our state and
federal mission requirements.,"
Nelson said. "Our agency has
been proactive in formulating
this proposal which reflects the
Florida National Guard's
posture in being supportive of
the interests of our citizens."
According to Roland Garcia.


director of FWC's North
Central Region. based in Lake
CiiN. "Camp Blanding is still
under heightened force
protection and %will remain so
for the foreseeable future. This
makes it unacceptable for the
public and their equipment
(including dogs.) to encroach
on sensitive areas of the post.
including the artillery impact
area and the closed portion of
the post that lies south of S.R.
16 and west of D Avenue. For
this reason, it is necessary to
relocate the deer-dog hunting
area from its previous location
if we are to proceed with
reopening the south post."
The proposal to reopen the
south post for the 2006-07
hunting season would require
changes to 'rules and hunting
formats, including locations of
current still and dog hunt areas
and locations where special


quota hunts would take place.
The proposal provides for the
same types and amount of
hunting days that currently
exist for still hunting. ,while
adding the deer-dog hunting
format back into the hunting
scheme.
On Dec. 23, 2005,. FWC staff
mailed a "request for
comments" to approximately
1.050 individuals %who had
applied for quota permits for
the Camp Blanding WMA.
The purpose of the letter was to
request public comments on a
proposal to switch the dog and
still hunt areas. As of Jan. 18.
Commission staff had received
119 letters and e-mails: 90 175
percent) supported the
proposal, 9 (8 percent
supported the proposal but
suggested changes, and 20 (17
percent) did nIot support : the
proposal. Staff also received
two petitions, one with 27
signatures and another with 58
signatures, supporting : the
proposal.
The proposal and miap of the
'"area are available at:
my fwc.com/whatsnew/05/nort
hcentral/blanding.html.
"This plan retains all of the
current still-hunting
opportunities, reinstates deer-
, dog hunting. is acceptable to
FWC from a biological
perspective, is acceptable to
Camp Blanding from a security
perspective and reopens the
south post," Garcia said. "We
are fast-tracking the process for'
these changes so we can
pro\ ide the ne\w format for
net hunting season. If this
proposal is not acceptable to a,
- significant portion of our
constituents. FWC will need
additional time to rework the
proposal."
That would 'mean necessary
changes would not take place
in time for reopening the south
post for the 2006-07 hunting
season.
"We hope the hunters who
want to use the area will
support this proposal. We
strongly believe, this plan is in
the best interest of all
concerned parties, especially
the hunting community. All
comments and suggestions
received will be used by staff to
develop a final
recommendation," Garcia said.
FWC staff will present an
overview' of this. proposal&,to
- commiisioners eat the Febl,.'l,,
commission .,meeting in
Gainesville.
"We plan to .present staff's
final recommendation at the
April 5-6 commission meeting.
in Tallahassee. If changes are
adopted, they would become
effective July 1, 2006," Garcia
said.


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Bea H ildreth and Dorothy Dowdy, who are, both
home and community educators, show off one of the,
lap robes made and distribtitedto residents at
Bradford Terrace and to'dialysis patients..


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,December was a bus month
'for the Home and CommunuN
'Educator. club of the Bradfor
Count) Cooperative Extension
Service,,Wh.ich was irivolved in
several communiiN service
projects.

Club members. made and
delivered 55 -lap robes. for
residents at Bradford TdiTace
and for Patient,, at the- local
dialysis clinic. They 'also,
delivered food and Other items
to nursing 'homes '6%-er the
holiday.
Several club members also
supported the military by
taking part in a support day
sponsored by -the Family
Readiness Group. More than
133 troop and family members,
from the 927 h HHD at C amp
Blanding attended the Dec. 10
event.

The following local
businesses and i.ndividuals
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Anyone who is unable to
attend the open house Feb. 7 in
Green Cove Springs can send
additional comments to Karen
Parker, regional public
information coordinator,
Florida Fish and Wildlife


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%%omen that meets monthINI at
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Serv ice for educational
programs on a %,ariety of topics
of interests to women and the i_!5
elderIN. and to coordinate
,various extension community
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program is a part of the
University, of Florida/] nst itute
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ine Federal Fair Housing
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discdiriination, based on
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or national origin, or an
intention to make any
such, preference, limita-
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edition $5800. Call 352-
222-1624. 1
2000 CHEVY S10 auto
A/C. runs 8 handles
great. looks good,
,$3800 Call 352-475-'
S5832.
UHAUL TRUCKS: 1990
Ford E350, 1711. aiesei,
rebuilt auto trans S5600.
1988 GMC C6000. 24,h.
5sp Irans. $4200. 1998
5 diamond plate 231 trailer.
k$2500. Call 352-473-
6233.
1994 Lexis SC400, loaded.
'!pop up DVD. 5 CD
cnanger, Italian nms, top
,.of Ine line automatic.
chameleon turns from
irusl o burgandy. leather
interior. $6500

"45 Land for
Sale
2 MH LOTS IN High Ridge
Estates. 1 Lot has septic
asking $20 000 on
paved ioad 1 lot without
$12.000 Also 13 x 6.
Utilitly trailer gooo or
hunting or camping.
$1200 OBO. Call 352.
473-7769. ,. .
BUILDINGLOTS' for ale
Call 904-964-4172

47 Commercial
Property
FOR LEASE OR sale ideal
location 2 parcels 2800
SOFT building with of-
fice, barn, mini storage.
5 acres. otofo South 301.
Also 8 acres;1pa&tially
cleared. Both lots 3(.lo0n
of a mile from new
Walmart Call 904-964-
3827 for more inlorma-
lion
COMMERCIAL/ RETAIL
space by Starke Pbst
Office tfor ent or. lease


For more information
please call 904-964-
6305 and ask for John.
DOWNTOWN STARKE
professional offices for
rent Conference room.
kitchen. utilities and more
provided Call 904-964-
2616.
PROFESSIONAL OFFICE'
space adjacent to the
courthouse, lease start-
ing at $300 per month.,
,Two (2) offices available
sizes are 13'6" x 13'9"
and12' x 13'6".Call 904-
964.4111
INDUSTRIAL PARK office'
warehouse 3000sq ft,
$750 per month. call
904-964-9222
48 Homes for
Sale- II
EXCELLENT CONDITION
3BR/2BA, $89,000
Greal bargain for a great
neighborhood Call Tracy
Hen.cs at Campus Real-
ity 352-870-6410
STARKE MLS277068
3BR/2BA custom home,
11 acres, stocked pond.
1539 sq ft, with a 288 sq
It screened in porch,
$425,000 Call Watson


Real
6333
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FOR S
3BR/


ii


enclosed pool. Must see.
166 SE 2nd Ave',
Melrose $247.000.
Lives larger man 1900
sqll Call 352-473-9133
FOR SALE BY owner
3BR,2BA, 2 car garage,
enclosed pool. Must see.
166 SE 2nd Ave,
Melrose, $247,000.
Lives larger than 1900
_sft. Call 352-222-1624.
OWNER FINANCING
Brand new construction
site Duill nome. 3BR/
2BA. large wooded 2/3
acre lo0 Keyslone
Heights area $1995
down. Call 352-692-
4343. www.new
house411 com
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HOUSES, nice ones too
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INVESTOR SPECIAL! Vic-
torian home on B-2
I Business or Residential)
1o0. 2 story. needs cornm.
pieie renovation Starke
home Reduced to
$65.5001 Call 904-964-
4111.


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SALE BY owner. o es r ai
2BA. 2 car garage 1991 HOMES OF Merit,
DWMH, 28x60, 3BR/
2BA, vinyl siding. FP,
1 large covered, back
porch, very good condi-
Slion.$20,000 Youmove
Call 904-964-4020
BRAND NEW Jacobsen
5BR/3BA over
2000Sq Ft.18' Ceramic
Tile, inisned drywall. 2 x
Helen r 8. 282x6 2 x 4 construc-
tion on all 16" centers
,Home only $76,900. Call.
.ely904-548-1480 f'
HILLIARD! NEW Jacobsen
32 x 48" 3BR/2BA. set up
on 2 acres with well, sep-
tic & power pole in-
cluded, $734 per month.
Call 904-548-1480.


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Worthington Springs Area
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$50,000 & up
Call Maggie
386-496-2020
or 386-496-1969

Stump Grinding /
Tractor work
Debris Removal
Driveway
Repair ',
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Owners & Operators
Licensed Insured


(904) 769-9641
(352) 284-1977 Cell


8 BRAND NEW HOMES
lust bought out Douole J
Mobile Home dealership
on US 17 Just south of
A1A. We are selling out
all existing Inventory al
huge discounisl Call
904-548-1480 or come
by 850712 HWY 17 In
Yulee.
1996 DWMH Homes of
Merrit. 3BR/2BA24X 52,
DW, washer & dryer.'
front porch & A/C. Very
clean. must move,
$27.500 OBO Call 352-
494-0124
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
2BR/1BA older MH wiln
well. septic ana Carpel
6414 Bowdin Ave, High
Riage Estates Call 904.
966-0494
REDUCED 2BR/IBA 1974-
MH on 1/4 acres, CH/A.
well, septic, oack deck.
front porch, comes with
large sheo Cash offers
only $29,500 Great
slaner home Call 904-
966-0494.
50 For Rent
LAKE GENEVA IBR apt
$450 per month, with
$200 security deposit,
waler & garbage in-
cluded Call 352-478-
2697
ROOM MATE WANTED
SWF is looking for some-


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922 E. Brownlee SLt. Starke, Florida

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Rent is based on Income
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On-Site Laundry Facility & Play Areas
Office Open: Monday Frida3 8:00 to4:30 p.m.
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witn separate bath. chil-
dren grown and moved
out need help with ex-
penses No bad habits or
pet.. References re-
quired. $550 a month in-
cludes cable and all
uliides Deposit requiead
call 904-368-8114.
2BR/1BA great location.
walk to Keystone scnools
and town $650 per
month Call 352-475-
6260
NICE 3BR/1BA HOUSE
newly renovated large
private lot CH/A & Car-
port. $575 month.
Worthington Springs
area. Call 386-496-2354
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
(park ol the palms)3BR/
1 5BA BLOCK Home
$700 per monin lirstland
last months required with
$700 deposit No pets
Call 352-473-4489
3BR. MH, for renl, close to
RMC. Lake Buller area.
yard, Call 386-496-
2599
RENT-TO-OWN Brand
new construcltS)n, site
uilIt home. 3BR/2BA,
large wooded 2V3 acre
lot Keystone %Heignis
area $1995 down Call


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nouse411 com.
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NEW. 3BR'2BA 2150 sq
if, site Doult home. on 2/3
acre win paved roaas.
$154.900 Call 352-692.
4343 Informaltion avail-
able -, at
www.riewhouse411.com.
FURNISHED ROOMS
FOR RENT! COM-
PLETE with CH/A. cable
proviIed, all utilities paid
Central location. 10%.
discount on first months
renl tor senior citizens.
Rooms with private bath.
$105 $115. /wk. Room
without bath, $90 Laun-
dry facilities available
Close to churches,
stores, downtown shop-
ping, theatre. and morel
See Manager at the
Magnolia Hotel. across
from the Slarke Post Of-
lice 904-964-4303
WE HAVE 2 OR 3 bedroom
MH, clean, close to
prison Call 352-468-
1323.
SOUTHERN VILLAS OF
Starke Apts. Looking for
applicants. 1& 2 BR HC
& non HC apanments.
Central ac/neat, on site
laundry, playground pri-
vate and quiet almo-
sphere Located on


SR16; 1001 Southern
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386-496-3067,678-438-
6828 or 678-438-2865.
for more information
FOR RENT 14X70 mobile
home. 2BR/2BA. A!C.
heal $550 per month. A


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and last months rent is
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8431 or 352-745-1189.
2BR/1BA SWMH partially
fumisned $410/mth plus
security and utilities.
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964-6305 473-2210 *496-2261


Under new ownership
Keystone Heights SR
100. Must have good
rental history Call RICK
352-473-3569
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
2BR/tBA SWMH par-
tially Iurnished $410/mth
plus secunry and utilities.
Large 2BR/2BA SWMH.
CH/A. dishwasher $460
per month plus security
ana utilities Lake
Geneva MH Park ON
*qR '100. Unaer new own-
ershipl Must have good
rental history Call Rick
352-473-3569
2BR/2BA FOR RENT. CH/
A, $550 per month, good
condition, no pets. first &
last plus deposit, lease.
Call 904-964-4111.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS for
rent, 3BR/2BA brick
home w/2 car garage
$1100 per month. $1100
security deposit. Call
352-473-2947 or 904-
626-0874 for more infor-
mation
CRYSTAL LAKE house for
rent, beautiful sunsets
2BR/IBA on large lot
$800 per month Call
Lynde 904-234-4120
2BR/IBA very clean, new
carpet & paint. in Slarke r
,near park $495 per
month plus deposit. Call
904-368-0832.
SPACIOUS 3BR/2BA with
fenced acre, W/D, CH/A,
huge kitchen, beautiful,
landscape. $700 per
monthin, First, last plus
$500 deposit Must have
references. Call 352-
473-8170.
REMODLED 3BR/2BA SW
on 1.5 acres, lenced.
$600 month plus deposit.
References required, call
386-445-6302.
SMALL OLDER 2BR/1BA
house with office, CH/A.
near FSP, 4 acres
fenced, (bring horses)
storage building, Small
open barn, appliances.
$530 per month wiln d-s-
count for early payment.
Lease. deposit, credit
cneck & riding mower
required. Call 904-259-
4126.
OFFICE SPACE for rent
$350 to $650. 300 sq ft
to 750 sq ft Townsend
House Business Center.
Lake Butler Call 386-
496-1878.
52 Animals anl
Pets
LARGE GERMAN
SHEPARD pups. Large,
smart, trainable, ap-
proved homes only, $200
each Cal 386-496-1279.
MISSING DOG little girls
best friend. Female
mixed breed 15 LBS.



American
Dream
REALTORS .
RENTALS
2/1 House
Starke $575mth
3/2MH$775mth
3 Ac. Fenced Keystone
3 BR Apt.- $800 mth.
(904) 964-5424


ROOMS
FOR RENT
Economy Inn
Lawtey, FL
Daily $35 & up
Wkly$169&up
Daily Rm Service
Microwave Cable
Refrigerator Local Phone
(904) 782-3332


FOR SALE'
iParcels
13+ Acres in all
500 ft frontage on 301
South only 3/10 mile
from Super Walmart.
Office
2800 sq ft Building
Mini-storage and Barn
Ideal Location *
Call (904) 964-3827


last seen, Jan 24th on HUGE YARD SALE Fri &
NW 251St Lawtey. Sat 8am to 3prrt Griffis
Please call 904-782- Loop New&usealtems
3103. MOVING SALE Sat & Sun
MALE GREAT DANE in 8am to '. 300 N Water
need of a good home St Rain or shine Furn.-
AKC registered Inquire lure. king water Ded re-
al 904-364-6852or 904- liner, dressers, books.
368-8169 microwaves, games, an
REGISTERED CHOCO- tique couch, treaamill.
LATE LaDs 6 weeks old, ols of misc
ready now, champion W 0 R.T :H I N G TO N
blood line, parents on SPRINGS Sat only Feb
site, $400. For more in- 4th only 8am to ? Fumi-
formation call 229-326- ture, clothes, misc. Multi
0647. family. 11911 SW 35th
53 Starke Yard way. Follow signs.
Sa GARAGE SALE Sat 8am
Sales to 1pm. Country Club,
4 FAMILY SALE Fri & Sat across from golf course
8AM TO1PM on16 and 15470 NE 141h Ave.
Conerly Estates, NW. Clothes, linens, misc
182nd Way. Furniture, 2 Items
computer desks, cloth- HUGE MULTI FAMILY
Ing, antiques, dishes 8 yard sale on prison
shoes
YARD SALE SAT FEB 4. grounds. ook for sagns
2099 SE 144th St. 8am Sat Feb 41h. 7am to '
to ? Go east on 100 to SR 16. RaLFord
Griffis Loop. turn left. go GARAGE SALE Fn & Sat
to curve .turn left on 8am to 2pm Lawtey.
144th, go to curve in 628NE227thSt (Carter
road on left Rd) Estale rnems, lumi-
2 FAMILY YARD sale Fn lure. colieciables. baoy
& Sat 8am to ? 4 miles items, canoe.etc. No
past Vo Tech CR229to early oirs
NW77th Place. Baby, BIG GARAGE SALE 3
toddler. children. families, ol1 21 B (across
woinens & mens cloin- from the dlump). Frinay
ing, lots of house wares 8 30 am to ?
Call 904-368-0129. YARD SALE Sat & Sun
MULTI FAMILY yard sale. 7am to ? Feb 4th & 5In
Sat, 8am to 2pm. Fumi- 6485 Edwards Rd. Fur-
ture, household & much nature, dresser, mirror,
more. 100 West to ST Oueen beds, T V 's, golf
RD 235 West, follow exlras, clothes, house-
signs hold items. etc
SAT 9AM to 2PM & Sun
9am to 12pm. 183 Ter- LEW IS WL
race. 100 to 225 aprox
2.5 miles to 183 Terrace "AFJ
on left. Baby girl. means ,F
womenes clothes &
household items. -
YARD SALE FRI & SAT ROOF
8am to ? 10021 NW CR RE-ROOFs
225. Clothes, electric METAL SING
heater & a lot of this and FLAT ROO
that LOW SLOPE
YARD SALE SAT 8am to GRAVEL
2pm Lots of everything,
children clothing, con- "THE BEST PO
puter desk and tires with
rims SR 100 East to- PO Box 82
wars Keystone, go past
Tony's Food, 1st road n Ft. White, FL 32(
the left.


53 B Keystone
Yard Sales
MULTI FAMILY yard sale,
'Fri & Sat; 8am to 12pm,
1115 SE Lake Lane. Fur-
niture, electronics, baby
items, fishing gear &
cloths. .
HUGE 3 FAMILY yard
sale, Sat 8am to 3pm.
Lots of everything, great
prices. 6278 Little Lake
Geneva Rd, Keystone
, Heights.
HUGE RUMMAGE SALE
Fri 2/3 9am to 4pm, and
Sat 2/4 9am to noon.
Community Church and
Fellowship Hall (behind
Ace Hardware).
FRESH START FELLOW-
SHIP 7191 N.SR 21. Fri
Feb 3rd 9am to 4pm, Sat
. Feb 4th 9am to 1pm. Sat
$1 bag day;
SAT FEB 4TH 7am to 3pm.
704 SE SR 100 CrtO,
Changing table, lurni-
lure exercise equip-
ment, loys and oeenie
babies
BIG GARAGE SALE 3
families. off 21 B (across
Irom the dump) Friday
8 30 am to10 ?
57 For Sale
KENMORE WASHER and
Sdryer, new type $100
.and up each, electric'
stove, written guarantee.
tree local delivery. For,
appointments, call 904-
964-8801.
LARGE 6, DRAWER
dresser, all wood. 64"
wide x 35" high x 20"


WALKER ROOFING INC.
FORDABLE QUALITY"


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SSIBLE ROOF AT THE BEST POSSIBLE(PRICE" -
Office:, 386-497-1419
Toll Free 1-866-9LW-ROOF
)38 Fax: 386-497-1452


Country Living
20 acres of Beautiful Country Living.
A place the horses would love to call
home apd, convenient to
Jack'sonville. t24000"0.. .....


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Fisherman's Paradise Beautiful lets'
1996 3 BR/2 BA, 1216 sq. ft. situated on Located within feet from 400 acre
1.39 ac. and ready to move in. Walking lake with boat access. Lots ranging
distance to Crosby Lake boat launch, in size from 1.52 to 2.19. Any lot
Sellers motivatedl $62,000 $29,500 Homes Only, Bring Offersl



Newly Built Home For Sale

140 Epperson St.




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3 Bedroom, 2 Bath Single Car Garage

Appliances included Berber Carpet


MASTERS CONSTRUCTION


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The Oddfellow Cemetery Inc.


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Vice


President, at


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deep $200. Call 904-
964-9644
STOVE almond with
brown trim, hotpoint
electric. Remodeling
kitchen. Good condition.
$125, Call 904-424-,
3112, Starke.
RECREATIONAL WARE-
HOUSE bought for
$4000. Its a steal at
$1200, must move. Firm.
Large- chest freezer 2
years $125. Call 952-
682-9744..
MATTRESS TWIN sets
$89, full seth $129,,
Queen sets $159,'King
sets $189 Mattress Fac-
tory, 441 East Brownlee
St. Carpets also- large
room size pieces. Save
a lot. Cash and carry.
Call Sonia at 352-473-
7173 or 904-964-3888.
KENMORE WASHER and
dryer, new type $100
and up eacn, electric
stove, wrinen guarantee.
free local delivery. For
appointments. call 904-
964-8801
BED-OUEEN ornnopedic
Pillowlop mattress and
box. Name brand, new in
plastic,' with warranty
Cartl deliver- Sacrilice
$140 *'all 352-372-
8588. -'
BED-KING SIZE Piliowlop
matirelapd boxspring
with'arilanuctures war-
rar lrif new still in'
plaslic.Can deliver Sell
for $200. Call 352-372-
7A49 4 .


pension payments. Call
800)586-1325 for a
REE, no-obligation
estimate. .
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com,
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70mg $16.00 Plavix
$41.00. Lipitor
20mg..$37.00/month,
Viagra 100mg..$2.75.
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(866)634-0720
www.globalmedicines.ne
t.
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TRANSPORT. Excellent
Pay & Benefits for
Experienced Drivers,
0/, Solos, Teams &
Graduate Students.
Bonuses Available.
Refrigerated Now
Available. (888)MORE
PAY (888-667-3729).
Driver-. NOW HIRING
QUALIFIED DRIVERS
for Central Florida Local
& National OTR
positions. Food grade
anker, no hazmat, no
pumps, great benefits,
competitive pay & new
equipment. Need 2 years
experience. Call Bynum
Transport for your
opportunity today.
(800)741-7950.
EXPERIENCED RV
TECHNICIAN Wanted!
Dealership in the heart
of Race Country needs
quality, experienced RV
Techs. Great Benefits.
Pay based on experience.
Hourly shop. Fax
Resume Only to
(704)455-1439. No
phone calls please. Tom
ohnson Camping
Center.
"NOW HIRING 2006"
AVERAGE POSTAL
EMPLOYEE
EARNS $57,000/YR
Minimum Starting Pay
$18.00/hr. Benefits/Paid
Training and Vacations
No Experience Needed
A8O E584-1775. Ref
MOVIE EXTRAS,


BEDROOM SET 7 piece
Gorgeous cherry queen/
king bed, dresser, mirror,
2 nightstands, chest
available, dovetail con-
struction. New still In
boxes Retail $5200.
sacnlice for $1400 352-
377-9846.
DINING ROOM SJITE-
b'eautifoiI cherry table. 6'
chippendale chairs and
ligmed hutch and buffel
Brand new still boxed.
Can deliver. Retail
$5800, sacrifice $1100.
352-377-9846.
1983 MH 2TO 4 bedrooms
$6000. 1991 Chevy Lu-
mina. 1996 Mitsubishi,
trade. 96 Dodge Intrepid.
$2500 OBO. 88 Dodge
$2000. Call 904-964-
6443. I
CASUAL. DINING table
and 4 chairs. Like new
$300 OBO. Call 904-
964-7075.
OVAL SWIMMING POOL
12 x 24. already
aisassembed, Drand
new liner, heavy duty.
Triple fountain., colored
lignt 0o go around top of
pool Have receipts,
never used, $1200 must
move, firm Surround
sound Zenith 32" swivel
base. $600. Call 352-
682.9744
BED $100 NEVER USED
Full size orthopedic
piiowtop set Still in plas-
tic with factory warranty
from Posturecraflt Can
deliver Call Brian 352-
376-1600.


ACTORS & MODELS!
Make $75-$250/day. All
ages and faces wanted!
No exp. Required.
FT/PT! (800)714-7564.
PLUMBING & HVAC/R
Jobs. Experienced
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people needed. To apply
for HVAC/R Jobs online-
www.hvacagent.com,
PLUMBING Jobs-
www.plumbingagent.co
m or fax resume toll-free
(866)396-4833.
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*Computers, *Crimmal
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Computer provided.
Financial aid if qualify.
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BEAUTIFUL NORTH
CAROLINA. WINTER
SEASON IS HERE!
MUST SEE THE
BEAUTIFUL
PEACEFUL
MOUNTA I N S OF
WESTERN NC
MOUNTAINS. Homes,


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Services
CONCEILED WEAPONS
permit course. 1 hour
35$ for individual or
group. Call 904-964-
5019.
DRAFTING nouse design.
room a dilions, site
plans, pemdil drawings,'
slake out property cor-
ner locations Call 352-
478-2227.
NEED DRYWALL RE-
PAIR? Free quotes, 8
years exp. Call Cnad ar
352-284-5166
CLARK FOUNDATION
REPAIRS. INC Cor-
recion of termite & wa-
ter-damaged wood &
sills Leveling & raising
Houses/Bldgs Pier Re-
placement & alignment
Free Estimates Danny
(Buddy) Clark, (904)-
284-2333 or 1-800-288-
0633.


Cabins; Acreage &
Investments. :Cherokee
Mountain Realty GMAC
Real Estate, Murphy
-www.cherokeemountainr
ealty.com "Call' for Free
Brochure (800)841-
5868.
NC MOUNTAINS-Log
cabin $89,900. Easy to
finish cabin on secluded
site. Million $$$ Views
Available on 1-7 acre
parcels $29,900-$79,900.
Free Info Available!
(828)256-1004.
E Tennessee Lake
Properties Homes from
$200,000 to $1,000,000.
Lakefront lots from
$100,000 Lakeview lots
from $35,000 Call
Lakeside Realty
(423)626,5820 or visit
www.lakesiderealty-
tn.com.
North Carolina Gated
Lakefront Community
1.5 acres plus, 90 miles
of shoreline. Never
before offered with 20%
pre-development .
discounts, 90%
financing. Call (800)709-
5253.
MO VE TO
TENNESSEE! Looking
For Lake Lots, Lake
Homes. Land, Farms,
Victorians; Investment or
Marinas We Have It All
at Affordable Prices.
EXECUTIVE CHOICE
REAL ESTATE IN
TENNESSEE (865)717-
7775 Charlotte Branson
Agent OR Visit My
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www.executivechoicerea
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om.
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COOL SUMMERS
MILD WINTERS
Affordable Homes &
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CALL FOR FREE
BROCHURE (877)837-
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MOUNTA I N VIEW
PROPERTIES
www.exitmurphy.com.
East Alabama Mountain
Property For Sale One
hour west of Atlanta in
Piedmont, AL Beautiful


CHAIN LINK FENCE -S
Free estimates: Handy-
man Fence Co., owner
STommy Reddish, 904-
S964-8559.
PRESSURE WASHING.
CLC home exterior
cleaning. Rools. siding.

PRIVATE

CHILDCARE
available in my
home. Certified
with 9 years
experience. Hours
flexible upon
request. Mon-Fri.
Call 904-364-6731
or 904-964-5294


BEDROOM 6PC SET
never used Still in
boxes. I have in truck
and can deliver. $395,
call'352-376-1600.
QUEEN PILLOWTOP
mattress sel $130 real
piliowtop set. Anything
cheaper is cheap. Brand
new made Dy
Poslurecrall Stillin plas-
tic Can deliver, call
Bnan 352-264-9799
BED BRAND NEW KING
Sacrifice $195 3pc or-
thopedic pillowlop set
Never used set. still
wrapped in plastic with
original warranty Name
brand Poslurecrafl Can
deliver call Brian at 352-
494-0333. .-
HOT TUB/SPA $1795.
Brand new. Loaded with
therapy jets, waterfall,
LED lights., cupholders,
110v energy efficient
Witn warranty Free oe-
livery call 352-376-1600
BEDROOM CHERRY 7pc
set All wood custom
built Louis Pnillipe sleigh
bed. All dovetail con
siruction truegilde
drawers Never been
usedl Still in ooxes Re-
tail $6500 sacrifice
$1300 Can deliver Call
Brian at 352-264-9799.
POOL TABLE georgous 8
all wood tale. Leather
pockets, Italian 1'" slate,
carved legs Brana new
sill in crate Cost $4500
sell for $1350. Call 352-
246-9799.


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month owner financed.
Call Glenn (850)545-
4928.
GOV'T HOMES! $0
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frees, waterfall & large
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owner (866)789-8535
www.NC77.com.
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to Nashville. Don't miss
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hot springs. Call
(866)292-5762.
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1458.
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www.janebaerrealty.com,
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decks, dnveways side-
walks Free estimates.
call Curbs 904-964-
4940. .
FLORIDA CREDIT UNION
has money to lend for
M H & land packages
1-800-284-1144.
J & P HOME SERVICES,
carpentry, painting,
home repairs, also tree
trimming & more. Local
references available.
Reasonable rates. Call
352-473-2344
HOUSE CLEANING basic
$40 & up Have refer-
ences, no job to big or
small. Also ironing in
your home 904-368-
0591.
64 Business
Opportunities
DIABETIC BREAK-
THROUGH Millions are
being helped Millions to
be made Call 407-332.
4422 or visit the web sile
at www.sportron.biz/
care
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Wanted'; ;
FEMALE DRIVER, 3 years
expenence to'run teams
to West Coast, witn an
owner operator,Cail
904-482-2996
DENTAL RECEPTIONIST.
oulsta no 'opportuhity
for a friendly,
hardworker -,ll 352-
331-7573.
CLERICAL WORK from
* home. Helpnig US com-
pany file HUD/FHA'mon-
Sgage refunds. Call ERS
877-264-3757 .
CONSTRUCTION WORK-
ERS. helper positions
available, very little ex-


perience needed full
time and pan lime avail-
able somebenehts Ap-
ply in person at Autho-
nzed Construction Ser-
vices, 7200 SE US
HWY 301, Hawthorne.
352-481-0008.
DAY LABORER NEEDED
for construction site
clean up in Starke area
Must be dependable.
Call 352-494-0122 or
904-964-5116
R J CORMAN RAIL-
ROAD/material sales
company seeks CDL-A
Driver Laborer to stage,
load, deliver to custom-
ers, perform some ve-
hicle maintenance, and
inventory, usage, and
DOT paperwork. Re-
quires operation of
straight and combination
vehicles Yard Worker
also needed w'lift truck
experience-prefer CDL-
BorA. Positions require
, on-call status. travel,
and some lill-in
responsibilities at other
locations when nessary
Resume to apply rn per-
son: 14550 SE 43rd
Street, Starke. FL.
32091, or
jobs@rlcoiman.com
HOME SUPPORT STAFF-
to work with develop-
mentally disabled inai-
viduals in group homes
in Starke Requires High
School Diploma or GED
& Valid FL Divers Lic w/
good driving record $7
per hour plus benefits.
EOE call904.964-1468
or 904-964-8082
QUALITY GRADING OP-
ERATOR to perform
residential final & foun-
dation grading with


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Town and Country Ford Mercury is
looking for a Sales Person to join our
team. Must be Self Motivated, a People
Person and want to make $$$$$.
Benefits, Agressive Pay Plan and
Awesome Training included.
CALL 904-964-7200
Ask for Tony


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US HWY 301 SOUTH STARKE, FL


"Forest Park Apts.
Lake Butler, FL

Send resume to:
Flynn Mgmt. Corp.
516 Lakeview Rd. #8
Clearwater, FL 33756
or fax to: 727-447-5516


I|ZANGAR@O|
A division of The Pantry. Inc.

The Southeast's largest and fastest
growing Convenience Store Chain is Now
Hiring for the following positions in the
Starke area:

Sales Associates
Assistant Managers
Store Managers


We offer*:
*Paid Training *Vacation Pay
*Immediate Benefits -Flexible Schedules
*EXCELLENT starting pay
*Direct Deposit
*Career Opportunities -Weekly Pay
*To qualified employees

APPLY IN PERSON AT:

Any Kangaroo Store
in the area or call


(904) 964-5538
or (352) 258-8324
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HEAVY EQUIPMENT
OPERATOR
TRAINING FOR
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Bulldozers, Backhoes,
Loaders, Dump Trucks,
Graders, Scrapers,
Excavators
Train in Florida
-National Certification
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800-383-7364
Associated Training Services
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Caterpiller track ma-
cnrine Qualliea only
apply Exielient
sKills=Exceilent pay
CDL a plus Contact
904-275-2328 or 904-
588-3210 b/f 9 & 5 for
funher information
RETAIL SALES/CASHIER
position available, 40 Mh
min per week Apply at
Gator II Farm Supply
South of Starke on Hwy
301. HS Diploma re.
quired
WAREHOUSE POSITION
available. 40 hour mni
mum per week Galor II
Farm Supply. South of
Starke on HWY 301 HS
diploma required
CAREGIVERS NEEDED
PT Dependable and
trustworthy caregivers
needed to provide com-
panionship & home
helper services to senior
adults in their homes
Flexibility and reliable
transportation required.
Call today 904-350-
1648 .
DAIRY FARM LABOR-
ERS, hardworking de-
pendable transportation,
shift work, holidays &
weekends For more in-
formation call 386-462-
1016
HELP WANTED- Con-
struction Contractor and
sub-contractors several
openings in various ar-
eas of building (framing,
finish, roofing concrete/
block, plumbing, elecln-
cal & siding) must nave
experience In one or
more of construction
phases, own tools and
transportation Call 352-
258-0865
AVON REPS needed in all
areas. Start'up and earn
Wq, rInial invpslmpnl


'$10. Start today, local
training. Call Sherry at
904-964-8851
DISCOVER HOW ANY-
ONE can earn $25, $50.
even $100 or more in as
It-le as 2-3 minutes per
day taking easy "No-
Brainer surveys Start
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SHOP HELP NEEDED fi-
berglass manufacturing
and trimming will train
Full time 40 hour week
Apply In person at U S
Body Source, 1.5 miles
Souin of Hampton on
CR 325
CARE GIVER 2 years
experience working with
elderly or disabled cli-
ents. 2 or 3 days per
week Su-EI's Retire-
ment Home, Hampton
Phone 352-468-2619.
NURSERY HELP
NEEDED, weed pulling.
fertilizing etc Full lime
40 hour week Apply In
person at U S Body
Source. 1 5 miles South
of Hampton on CR 325
ENTRY LEVEL- American
Access Technologies is
now accepting applica-
tions for our Keystone
Heights location Will
train with great potential
for advancement Train
to be a punch operator,
brake operator, grinder,.
run a hardware press,
Setc. First and second
shift possibilities 40
hours a week with pos-
sible overtime Starting
salary is $7.25 hour.
DFWP Good benefits
352-473-4984
POWDER COAT'
PAINTER Amencan Ac-
cess Tecnnologies. Io-


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COURT ADMINISTRATION

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Starting Salary: $31,043/annually
Closing Date:
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TANK LINES, INC.

McKenzie Tank Lines.
has immediate openings for Local and
Regional Drivers. We offer ,competitive
pay and benefits, 401K, and insurances.
Local drivers home every night. If you are
23 years old with 2 years recent tractor-
trailer experience, good MVR, and
tanker/hazmat endorsements call Brian
Ratcliffe at 904-786-6330 or apply in
person at 6549 Robinson Rd, Jacksonville,
Fl. 32254.
EOE


cated in Keystone
Heigths Is accepting ap
plications for 2nd shift
powder coat painter. Ex-
perience helpful, will
train. Hours are Monday
thru Friday 3pm to
11 30pm DFWP Good
benefits Call 352-473-
4984
ASSEMBLY AMERICAN
Access Technologies.
located in Keystone
Heights is accepting ap-
plicalions for assembly
positions Will train.
Hours are Monday thru
Thursday from 7am to
3:30pm. and Fnday from
6-30am to13 30pm. Start-
ing salary is $7 25 per
hour. DWFP. good ben-
efits. Call 352-473-4984.
.NOW HIRING lor
McDonalds of Alachua
Opening and closing
positions. Prem rale,
bonuses., paid vacation
Interviews Monday thru
Thursday 9am to 11am
and 3pm to 5pm. Call
386-462-1187
LAWN WORKER
NEEDED. must have
good drivers license and
own transportatl9n. wilh
at least 6 months com-,


CUSTOMER SUPPORT
r,''I.,' Needed Immediately

For outgoing support and sales calls. Sales,
phone, and computer experience necessary.
Smoker'ree environment.
Fax resume to 352-473-5151 or email to
admin@streetgraphics.com. No calls please.
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LAICECITY
c"1tNUiiTT CILtEIC

Senior Staff Assistant
needed within
Information Technology
'" Department
Proficiency in Word, Excel, and
Microsoft Outlook. Ability to work with
minimal supervision. Requires high
school diploma, or equivalent, plus four
years secretarial or clerical experience.
Salary $22,692.00 annually, -
plus benefits
Deadline for receiving applications:
February 10, 2006
College application required. Full posi-
tion.details and application available on
the wbaiiT-vwww.lakecitycc.edu
Inquiries: Human Resource
Development
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Section C: Thursday, February 2, 2006 Telegraph Times Monitor- --


Tragic event brings close-knit community even closer
BY LINDSEY KIRKLAND Dalton Sumner, I I, Brenda Roman West, 13. condition, and Cecelia is in fair 122?d St. in Lake Butler. The Scotts and Lillie Mae Perry
[Telegraph Staff Writer Gaile] Chandler. 17, Diana As of press time, Cecelia, condition. mailing address is P.O. Box Godbolt, 48. who was driving
telegraph Staff Writer Lynn Murphy, 13, Justin Richard and Diana were still in Funds for the Murphy and 158, Lake Butler, FL, 32054.
Sometimes it takes a tragic Poorman. 15, Katherine Shands' Children's Hospital at Elixson families have been set Call (386) 496-3333, for more
event to unite a community. Woods, 5. Cecelia Elixson, 15, the University.of Florida.' The qp at Community State Bank, information on these funds.
For those of us who live in Richard A. Murphy Jr., 15, and Murphys are still in serious which is located at 255 S.E. Donations for .the Manns, See CLOSER, p. 2C
Union County, however, we --- .
know it's already about as .
close-knit as you can get. ..
Or so everyone thought. .
The tragic accident that took
seven members of the Mann
and Scott families brought not
only grief, but an
overwhelming amount of
support -.from, the whole
community and surrounding
areas.
"Skip's Delicatessen and .
Specialty Shop, known simply
as Skip's, donated sandwiches. 4,-
.,Others cooked and delivered
food, 4nd collected donations ,
for the families.
Barbara Carter, owner of
Barbara's Florist and Gifts,
said she had received 50 4
flower orders on Monday -
alone for the Manns' funeral.
"There were a gracious .. ,-- .,. _.
number of people who called A U TA
[in orders]," she said. "Not just
the county, the whole United ..
States." Some calls came fromJ
as far away as California and TI
Kansas. .
If they couldn't send IM
flowers, they helped out in CHEVY CAVALIER FOR EI 0 H E inR URY II AGERSABLE
some other way, she said. STK#13364 T#1 SK#13265 ST K3358
Some sent the simplest gift ofM #I". ...
all, a prayer.2
After asking permission
from Sheriff Jerry Whitehead,
Badcock Home Furniture &
More of Lake Butler is
collecting monetary donations
for those children who were
injured on the school bus and .
are still hospitalized. These
donations can be made in the'r
store at 710 E. Main St.
According to a Florida
Highway Patrol accident
report, the nine children on theIIA
bus were Cody Vaughn, 13,.
PONTIA0 GAND PIX I OFOR INUSARMAI .
UC reSldent
recounts
accident

BY LINDSEY KIRKLAND
Telegraph Staff Writer
Not long after the accident e a
oni Wednesday, everyone
wanted to know what was
going on.
Parents showed up at the
scene, not sure if their child
was on the school bus or not.
One parent said she could not CWIHEVY LE .OgEo EON FORD FOCUS PONTIAC S
remember- if her child hadT#131 S#13362
practice for a sports team orM 1K#1334 TI
'not.:
Lake Butler-resident Chad
White, however, did not have
time to wonder about what
happened.
SWhite, a truck driver.
himself, said he had come
home from a long trip and was
settling down back at his house :. I aI aI
along S.R. 121. south of S.W. '
S75d' Terrace.
That's when he heard a loud, .
hollow thud.'
"It was so loud you probably
heard it in Bradford County,"
he said. .
He went on to describe "an G A IEEP DND HEO
eerie silence," lasting about STK#13312 13331STK#13231 STK#13351
two or three seconds. d J
After the silence was when
he heard something rolling
over onto .the pine trees and
cracking them, one -after
another.
White said he knew it was
something bad, but had no idea
until he and his friend Kenny
Sluder ran out of White's
house and up the short dirt *
road to S.R. 121
"Oh my God!'"
White said this was his first
reaction when he saw .the
yellow school bus pressed
against the edge of the pine
trees. He yelle4 for his wife to
call 911.
Children were scattered in
the road crying or screaming CERTIFIED
orboth'. tra....... k he
"It's like a train wreck," he
said. ____ _____ ____
All the .motorists who were gg gg
ahead of or behind the accident
stopped to help, he said. N
one kept going.A
The bus was approximately* U
150 feet from the point of '
impact, according to the
Florida Highway Pat rol report.


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CLOSER
Continued from p. 1C
the school bus that day, can
also be made at CSB.
The Starke branch of CSB is
accepting donations at 811 S.
Walnut St. Call (904) 964-
7830 for more information.
The city of Lake Butler set
up a fund for the Mann family
at Mercantile Bank, located at
300 W. Main St. in Lake
Butler. The account number is
8601579217.
Upon hearing of the
accident, the city of Hampton
in Bradford County decided to
have the proceeds from its
music festival, scheduled for
Feb. 4, to go to the Mann
family instead of its city park,
Sas was originally planned.
Coaches of P.K. Yonge's
and Gainesville High School's


ACCIDENT
Continued from p. 1C
What he did see were
flames. At the time he was not
sure if they were coming from
the truck or its gas tank.
From. the school bus, White
grabbed the fire extinguisher to
see if he could put out the
flames that were 10 to 15 feet
high, he said.
It was only when he got
closer to the tractor-trailer that
he saw the car.
It is an image White said he
does not think he can remove,
from hiTnind.
He. knew there was nothing
he could do for the people in
the car, so he moved on to the
tractor-trailer.
The driver, Alvin Eugene
Wilkerson, was distraught,
White said. He thought the
driver mumbled something


basketball teams agreed to give
a part of ticket money
collected at their Tuesday
night match-up to the Manns.
They also asked fans to bring
additional money to make cash
donations.
Gainesville grocery stores
have set up collection jars and
donated flowers, said Iris.Faye
Keen, grandmother of Ashley
Keen.
Ashley's and Miranda
Finn's schools-, Ochwilla
Elementary School and
Hawthorne Middle School.
have taken up donations and
cooked for the family, said the
grandmother.
"There's been an outpouring
of support." she said.
Keen said it was difficult to
estimate, but there were
hundreds of calls she has
received from all around the
country. -


about the kids. but it was not
coherent.
The tractor-trailer driver -
only had minor injuries, so,
White went back to the
children on the bus.
Every kid had a-person with
them, he said.
Sluder. who was visiting
White from Starke, said he did
not know what to do for a lot
of the children.
He placed a child's
backpack under a boy's head
and told him it was going to be
OK. He sat with them and,
prayed with and for them.
Three children were ejected
from the school bus. A girl
was pinned between the back
seat and the back of the bus,
partially hanging out of the
window, White said.
People were on the scene
who must have had medical
training, he said, because
someone performed a


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First Baptist Church of Lake Butler reminded
Union County residents to turn to God in
difficult times. Other churches in the
community put up similar messages.
-" ',


tracheotomy with a pocket -
knife on a child who could not
breath.
The images from last
Wednesday, Jan. 25, will,
probably never leave his mind,
he said.
White has a lot of emotions.
from that day. Not, only
disbelief over what he saw, but
anger directed toward the truck
driver.
"'1 see it all the time," White
said of tractor-trailer drivers on
their cell phones or not pay ing
attention to where they are'
going..
He said that as a truck!
driver, he would have ran into,
a tree and killed himself before
taking out a car and bus full of
kids.
"When you see the lights (on
the school bus stop sign). you'


Union .
County
School
^^4 'bus No.....
13 was
Pushed
approx-
Imately
150 feeto
point of,
I. ... ', .' impaot,,Tn .
the crash
on Wed-
nesday.

children
remain In
the
hospital.


know you're supposed to
stop," he said.
White and Slu.der did have
positive comments about the
response of emergency
medical personnel and law
enforcement. White said they
arrived really quickly and hadl
the situation under control.
School personnel arrived
quickly, as well. White .said
they were there to show
genuine concern for all of the.
people in the accident.


"It's very hard." she said.
"My mind is scattered."
E en though they could not
thank them all personally, '
Keen said they do appreciate
all of the support they have
received.
The days following the
accident were not the only
ones that 'rallied -th:e
community.'
Even on the day of. the
accident, the law enforcement
and medical communities did
not have to. wait for a request:
to send personnel to Union
County.
After hearing the call on.
their radios or receiving a
page, many just showed up.
Law enforcement and/or


medical units that responded
were from the following:
Union, Baker, Columbia and
Bradford counties. Lawe,
Police Department, the Florida
Highway Patrol, the Fish and
Wildlife Conservation
Commission, the Department
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Department of Crrections,
Trauma I from Lake City,
Gainesville and Jacksonville.
and members of the eighth
judicial district.
Including Archer..Funeral
Hothe of Lake Butler, funeral
homes from Lake City,.
Gainesville. Jacksonville and
High Springs assisted in the
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Ashley Keen


Ashley Lee,
Keen

BY LINDSEY KIRKLAND
Telegraph Staff Writer
Ashley Lee Keen, 14, was
born Feb. 24, 1991, in
Gainesville.
She was the daughter of
Amanda Scott and Rodney
Eric Keen.
Ashley had recently moved
to the Worthington Springs
area and-was about to start
school at Lake Butler Middle
School. Previously, she
attended Hawthorne Middle
School. .
She was a member of Eden
Baptist Church.
Iris Faye Keen, her paternal
grandmother, said Ashley
liked the Care Bears and had a
collection of them.
She loved animals,
especially cats, and going to
the beach.
Keen said she remembers
'Ashley loving to sing on her
'karaoke machine in her
'bedroom.
"She was a beautiful child
inside and out," Keen said.
She said Ashley was very ..
appreciative of anything she
got, even if it was a candy bar,
from the convenience store.
:Keen said Ashley and
!Miranda were very spiritual
and loving children.


Cynthia
Nicole Mann

BY LINDSEY KIRKLAND
Telegraph Staff Writer
Cynthia Nicole Mann, 15, or
Nikki as she was known .o, .
familyn and friends, wassborn'.:
Son June 7, 1990 in Gainesville.


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Her parents are Terry Mann
of Lake Butler and Cynthia
Warful (now of Knoxville,
Tenn.). Her stepmother is
Barbara Mann.
Nikki was in 10th grade at
Union County High School'.
Iris Faye Keen, paternal
grandmother of Nikki's- ousin
Miranda Keen, said Nikki was
"the sweetest thing" and was
very responsible.
She attended church 'at
Fellowship Baptist Church in
Raiford, where s,he .was
baptized by the Rev. H4rold
Hudson.
Church members
remembered how Nikki was
always first to volunteer and
how she would play bingo
with them.
Brian Griffis, Nikki's church
youth minister, said "She was
always there for anyone who
needed her."


Elizabeth D.
Mann

BY LINDSEY KIRKLAND
Telegraph Staff Writer
Elizabeth D. Mann, 15,
known as Liz to her church
members, was born on March
4, 1990, in Jacksonvillp.
She was adopted by Terry
and Barbara Mann of Lake
Butler.
Elizabeth was. in eighth
grade at Lake Butler Middle
School. She loved the
University of Florida Gators.
She attended church at
Fellowship Baptist Church in
Raiford, where she was
baptized by the Rev. Harold
Hudson.
Brian Griffis, Elizabeth's
youth minister, said "She went
everywhere I went."
He said he encouraged her to
try her hardest in school.
"Liz had been working hard
to bring up her grades," he said
during the church vigil held
Friday, and was going to show
him the good grade at church
on the night of the accident.


Johnny Lee

Mann

BY LINDSEY KIRKLAND
Telegraph Staff Writer
Johnny Lee Mann, 13, was
born on. July.. 30, .1992,''in
Jacksonville. : ,. I 4
He was adopted by Terry


Provided' by the, family, the photo shows Nikki
(left), Elizabeth, Johnny and Heaven (seated).


and Barbara Mann of Lake
Butler.
Johnny was in sixth grade at
Lake Butler Middle School.
He liked the University of
Miami football team and
dreamed of being a great NFL
quarterback.
He attended church at
Fellowship Baptist Church in
Raiford, where he was
baptized.
Jeff Gainey, who worked
with the youth at the church,
said when he gets to Heaven;,
he will play football with
Johnny and let him be the
quarterback.
Friends described Johnny as
"a little man" who became
more focused, on others once
he found God in his life.


Miranda

Deanna Finn

BY LINDSEY KIRKLAND
Telegraph Staff Writer
A .lrtipanda Deanna Finn, 10,
was born May 20, 1995, in


Miranda Finn
Gainesville.
She was the daughter of
Amanda Scott and David Brian
Finn. Miranda had recently
moved to the Worthington
Springs area.
She attended Eden Baptist
Church and Ochwilla Baptist
Church.
She went to school at
Ochwilla Elementary School
outside of Hawthorne..
Iris Faye Keen, paternal
grandmother of .Miranda's
sister,- Ashley, said Miranda


Heaven, 3, smiles and hugs Anthony Lamb, 20
months old, whose adoption was to be
complete the day after the accident.


Fellowship Baptist holds vigil for Mann children


BY LINDSEY KIRKLAND
Telegraph Staff Writer
Friends, family and
complete strangers gathered at
Fellowship Baptist Church in
SRaiford on Friday, Jan. 27, to
,remember the Mann children
of Lake Butler.
Johnny, Elizabeth, Heaven
and Nikki Mann- went to the
.ch.urch, as did the Manns'
Foster child, Anthony Lamb.
SThe vigil opened with
approximately 70 members of
the youth group walking in and
placing flowers at the front of
the church. The flowers lay in
front of seven heart-shaped
flower arrangements. Each one
:had a child's name on it,
.including the cousins of the
,*Manns, Miranda Finn and
Ashley Keen.
When the children went to
lsit down in the first pews
:reserved for them, there were
not enough seats. People got
up and moved to the back of
the church without having to
be asked.
Fellowship's musical
'director Roy Singletary said no
immediate family could attend
.because it was too difficult for
:them at the time, but other
familyy members were present.
"[The children ate] going to
ibe missed immensely," he
Said.
He announced each child's
namee as a candle was lit in his
.or her memory.
For Anthony and Heaven,
:the first candle was lit by
'Wanda Lewis and Marchelle
.Gainey. ,
The second for Nikki was lit
"by Molly Lewis, Jessica
Harvey and Gaile Chandler.
The third for Elizabeth was
'lit by Kelly Gray and Beth
;Smith.
z The fourth for Johnny was -
lii by Amy Smith, Candace
,IStewart and Dustin Griffis.
The fifth candle was for
-.'Ashley and was lit by Amy
Lillisiton and Nadia Lewis.
The last candle was lit for
!-Miranda by Shellie and Katie
Seay.
^; And as the members of the
,youth group began to cry for
their friends, the people who


hug or a helping hand to those
who needed a little extra
attention.


At a memorial service at Fellowship Baptist Church in Raiford, the ceremony
began with youth from the church placing toys and other items from the
victims in front of seven heart shaped wreaths placed at the front of the
church.


filled the church knelt with and
comforted them, with tissues
in hand.
The church then sang
"When the Roll is Called Up
Yonder."
Brian Griffis, who was their
youth minister at the church,
spoke about how he still finds
hope in this situation.
"I still have hope in my
heart because one day I will
see them again," he said. "One
day I will be called up to
Heaven where I will not only
see Jesus, but I will also see all
of the precious Mann children.
They will be waiting in the
clouds to greet me, and it will
be a very happy time as I kiss
their sweet faces and hug them
close once again."
-Griffis went on to describe
each child.
"Nikki was a youth leader in
our church," he said. "She was
charismatic, and people were
drawn to her. She was always
there for anyone who needed
her. Her sweet, bubbly spirit
filled the room with happiness


and joy."
"Elizabeth, or 'Liz' as I
liked to call her, was very dear
to me," he said.
"I had been encouraging Liz
to make good grades," Griffis
said. "In fact, she told Allison,


one of her friends, that she had
made a good grade and was
going to show it to me on
Wednesday night."
He went on to describe how
she cared deeply for people
and was always waiting with a


*, .-".i


Brian Griffis shares some of his memories about
the Mann children at the memorial service held at
Fellowship Baptist Church on Friday.


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
The tragedy of losing seven
grandchildren in the Jan. 25
traffic crash in Lake Butler
was apparently too much for
William Edwin Scott to take.
He died of a heart attack at the
age of 70 later that night.
Scott, whom everybody
knew as Ed, had a history of
heart problems, dating back
approximately 10 years, his
brother Bruce Scott said. Ed
Scott had open heart surgery
approximately five years ago.
"I guess' the stress' of (the
accident) just got to him,"
Bruce Scott said.
Bruce Scott remembered his
brother as a man who lived a
simple life and placed a high
importance on his family.
"His big thing in his life,
really,- was his family," Scott
said, "He made sure everyone
was taken care of."
Family included those who
were not blood relations as
well. Three of the children
killed in the accident were,
adopted and a fourth was in the
process of being adopted.
"He loved them just like
they were his own," Bruce
Scott said.
In fact, Ed Scott raised
several foster children, some
of whom he adopted.
Ed Scott, who was born in
Caryville, lived in Hawthorne
since 1958. He retired from the
Alachua County Road
Department as a heavy
equipment operator and served
as a deacon at Ochwilla
Baptist Church.
He is survived by one sister,


Johnny was a "little man,,'
See VIGIL, p. 5C


William Edwin Scott is
pictured with his wife,
Katie, in a photo taken
approximately 10
years ago.

four brothers, five children, 10
grandchildren and three great-
'grandchildren, along with his
wife, Katie.
Bruce Scott said he could
not imagine anyone else being
a better wife for his brother
thad Katie. He said it was rare
to see the two apart.
"Anywhere they went, you'd
see them together," Scott said.
It has certainly been a trying
time for the family to lose that
many members in such a short
span, but Scott said it has been
touching to experience the
support and outpouring of
emotion from those in the
community.
"It uplifts your spirit," Scott
said.


P .e3C


I 'I:'


I Children's


grandfather dies


Following accident


had a "'very bubbly
personality" and had "dancing
eyes." '
Keen said at Christmas, she
got Miranda a watch with
charms onr it, and "she just
squealed out with delight."
Miranda loved to going to
ball games, shopping apd
spending time with her family.
Miranda and Ashley both
-"watched after each other,"
said Keen.


Heaven Lee
Mann

BY LINDSEY KIRKLAND
Telegraph Staff Writer
Heaven Lee Mann, 3, was
born Oct. 6, 2002, in Palatka.
She was adopted by Terry
and Barbara Mann of Lake
Butler.
She attended. church with
her brothers and sisters at
Fellowship Baptist Church in
Raiford.
Brian Griffis, Fellowship's
youth minister, said Heaven
would sometimes sit in with
the youth group and was
always well-behaved.
"Her happy, smiling face
was a joy to everyone," he


said,

Anthony

Lamb

BY LINDSEY KIRKLAND
Telegraph Staff Writer
Anthony Lamb, 20 months
old, was born in Las Vegas,
Nev.
Anthony ,was living in the
home of Terry and Barbara.
Mann of Lake Butler, and his
.adoption-by the .Manns would
have been final on Thursday,
Jan. 26, the day after the
accident. His biological
parents are Thomas and Terisa
Lamb.
Anithony attend church with
the Mann children at
Fellowship Baptist Church in
Raiford.
Youth director Wanda Lewis
said, "Anthony always came to
the nursery."
She said he would always
have a kiss and a high five for
everyone.
Brian Griffis, the church's
youth minister, said Anthony
always played well with other
children and never caused a
problem.
"...He was such a sweet
child," he said.







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Crowd gathers for memory walk]


~:CECElLIA AND D(ANA
~ tM~ IS PRAYING
EOR O
v~Ji.


The Lake Butler Middle School sign above was
changed to a message for the children on the
school bus who are still in the hospital.


Bus victims to


have difficult


times ahead


BY LINDSEY KIRKLAND
Telegraph Staff Writer
No one can imagine how it
was to be on the Union County
school bus on Jan. 25, but it is
certain the nine children and
driver, all have a difficult time
cA.i O:f them
According to a Florida
Highway Patrol report, the
nine children on the bus were
Cody Vaughn, 13, Dalton
Sumner, 11, Brenda [Gaile]
Charidler, 17, Diana Lynn
Murphy, 13, Justin Poorman,
.15, Katherine Woods, 5,
Cecelia Elixson, 15, Richard
A lurphli Jr., 15, and Roman
West, 13.
In a press release from the
Lake Butler Hospital and Hand.
Surgery Center, a hospital
official said they received two
children from the accident and'
the school bus driver on..Jan.
25.
"The two children were
treated- and released .on
Wednesday," said Dr. Cynthia
Larimer, the hospital's
emergency room medical
director.
The driver, identified as
Lillie Mae Perry Godbolt, 48,
is a longtime employee of the
Union County Schools,
Superintendent Carlton Faulk
said in a press conference Jan.
26.
Godbolt has been a
custodian and a bus driver for
mj,.; \eiar. he said, and ,ihad.
Inr,, h r .me odnS.R. 121
before'. The bus was stopped at
an official school bus stop,
which had been designated that
way for many years.
"The bus driver was in
stable condition and was
transferred, to a Gainesville
hospital for. further treatment
on Wednesday evening," said
Larimer.


In phone interviews with
different employees of the
Union County School District
and a member of Godbolt',s
family, it was determined that
she was taken by ambulance to
Shands AGH.
Because her injuries were
more severe than previously
thought, she was then taken to
Shands University of Florida
for surgery. -
She is doing as well as could
'be expected emotionally, but
the family member did .not
wish to comment further as of
press time.
Two more of the children
were taken to Shands .Starke
where they were treated and
released, according to a news'
release from Shands
HealthCare. The tractor-trailer
driver was also treated and
released from this same
hospital.
The remaining five children
were transported to Shands
UF, three by Trauma 1 air
ambulances.
Two have since been treated
and released.
As of Tuesday night,
Elixson is in fair condition.
The Murphys. are in serious
condition. All are located at
Shands. UF's Children's
Hospital. '
Faulk said'he had visited the
children and bus driver in the
hospital.
4"It's a,.totally differtt,.
understanding for kids ,to
underst,ndO,what,,happepd .to
their friendss" he said.
In the coming weeks, a full
investigation will be done by
law enforcement, but Faulk
said,'"Bus safety is always an
issue."
He also said the school will
survey all of the facts in the
case to see what, if any, action
needs to be taken.


LER
001,


BY LINDSEY KIRKLAND
I Telegraph Staff Writer
Only two days after the
accident, residents gathered at
Lake Butler Elementary
School to take part in a
memory walk to honor those
children who lost their lives in
the accident.
Before the walk on Friday,
Jan. 27, a petition was passed
around to reduce the speed
limit on S.R. 121 near the
accident where several school
buses have to stop. "
The Rev. Ricky Dyal, pastor
of the First Baptist Church of
Raiford, spoke to the crowd
about the hard time that would
be ahead for the community.
Escorted by four Union
County Sheriff's deputy cars,
Union County residents and
others from neighboring
counties began at the school
and walked out on to S.R. 121
at 6 p.m.
As they walked past a
convenience store, a church
and Lake Butler Middle
School, the people ,sang
"Amazing Grace" and "When
the Saints Go Marching In."
They then took a right on
Lake Avenue by the middle
school. The walk was finished
at Union County High School
at the memory walls.
People signed the walls,
which were donated by
"i


LEFT:
Union
County
High
School
senior
Jennifer
Davis
signs the
wall in
front of
the
school.

RIGHT:
Small
tokens of
hope
were left

wall, like.
this bear
with
angel
wings.


At the end' of the 'memory
walk, the crowd of
approximately 150 people
prayed again and reflected on
all of the memories people had
left on the' wall.


Man shares his experience with Crete


Florida's roads


The number of tractor-trailers
registered in the state of Florida rose
by more than 57 percent in the last five
years, a trend that is expected to
continue.
2000 736,798 registered
2005 469,161 registered

Traffic deaths are 2.5 times higher on
rural roads than on all other roads.

Florida ranks high among other states
in the nation in the following areas:.
Highest rate of traffic
fatalities.
Largest number of rural
traffic fatalities. .

Nationwide, traffic on rural roads was
up 27 percent between 1990 nd ,
2002; commercial truck traffic rose 32.
percent.

As reported by the Department of Highway Vehicles and Motor Safety.


Don Lemke's truck, pictured above and at
bottom right, was rear-ended by a Crete
Carrier Corporation tractor-trailer in Nebraska
in 2001. He is now in litigation with Crete.



Crete .Carrier


makes statement

on UC accident


BY LINDSEY KIRKLAND
Telegraph Staff Writer
Crete Carrier Corporation
issued two statements on its
Web site following the Jan. 25
accident
The first came on the day of
the accident from Jack Peetz,
the Executive Vice President
and Chief Operating Officer of
Crete, who's statement read:
"Our thoughts and prayer
are with those involved in this
accident and their families. We
are in the process of gathering
information, and at this point,'
we are unable to accurately
discuss the incident."
"We are very sorry' and
deeply saddened that this
tragedy has happened. We will
work diligently with the
appropriate authorities on the
investigation."
The second statement came
from Crete's president and
CEO, Tonn M. Ostergard, who
said:
"We wish to convey our
deepest sympathy to the


families and community of
Lake Butler as they mourn the
loss of their loved ones,"
"Since the accident, the
Mann and Scott families and
the families of those injured
have been in the constant
thoughts and prayers of my
family and all Crete Carrier
associates, who care very
deeply about others and
particularly, what you are
going through."
"In our efforts to reach out
to the Mann and Scott families,
we have been able to speak
with their representatives, who
indicated the families' desire at
this time to grieve in private.
We fully understand and
appreciate this request for
privacy, and we intend to
honor the families' wishes."
Both Peetz and Ostergard
were called dozens of times for
further information over a
three-day period, but no one
could be reached for comment
by press time.


BY LINDSEY KIRKLAND
Telegraph Staff Writer
A Nebraska man knows first
hand what it's like to be
looking in your rear-view
mirror and seeing a Crete
Carrier tractor-trailer barrelling
toward his car.
Don Lemke said he saw the.
story about the accident on
S.R. 121 on his local evening
news and knew then why he
was still living.
"They nearly killed me five
years ago," he said during a
phone interview from
Nebraska on Friday, Jan. 27.
Lemke said his heavy duty
pickup truck was rear-ended
by a Crete tractor-trailer when
he was slowing to make a turn
off of a highway on Oct. 10,
2001. He said he was using his
turn signal.
The driver of the tractor-
trailer hit him at full highway
speed, Lemke said, and there
was no braking until after the
point of impact.
He said the driver was cited
by law enforcement authorities
with reckless driving,, but yet
the company still refused to
pay for Lemke's injuries.
"I've been fighting this
company," he said of his
ongoing legal battle with
Crete.
Lemke said the company
had tried to force him into a
settlement, but he would not


agree to this.
The night before his
accident, a Crete tractor-trailer
driver had gotten into an
accident in his area, he said,
"There's something really
bad when they're consistently
in the top ... for crashes," he
said.
Lemke said that Crete has a
bad reputation in his state fof
hiring inexperienced drivers
and causing accidents.
"They're not paying
attention," he said. "They
don't care. They're mean;
they're nasty and politically
connected [in Nebraska]."
He survived his accident,
and his injuries were not life-
threateniuig.
"God let me live for a
reason," he said, but it was
only after watching the Mann
family accident on the news
that he knew why.
"These people (the Mann
and Scott families) need all the
help they can get," which is
the reason he said he wants to
tell his story.
(Note: This is Don Lemke's
account of what happened in
his accident. As of press time,
Crete Carrier Executive Vice
President and Chief Operating
Officer Jack Peetz did not
return numerous phone calls
requesting comment on this
accident.)


After the memory walk held Friday, Lane Underhill, 8; of Lake Butler
kneels down to sign the board in front of Union County High School.


Jacksonville's First Coast
News Channel 12 and Home
Depot.
A collection jar was passed
around for T-shirts that had
been made. The shirts had the


word "Hear my prayer 0
Lord, and let my cry come to
you. Psalm .102:1. In loving
memory." It also had January
25, 2006, on the T-shirt, the
date of the accident.








Feb. 2006 TELEGRAPH, TIMES &'MONITOR-C-SECTION Page 5C


I'
* II


More than 1,000 pay respects Jan. 29


The flag at Union County High School rested
at half-staff, as did many flags around town.



Counselors help


students to grieve


BY LINDSEY KIRKLAND
Telegraph Staff Writer
The Union County school
counselors teamed up with
counselors from Bradford
County and the American Red
Cross to provide support to
students and teachers at the
three schools on Thursday,
Jan. 26.
Bradford County Middle
School guidance counselor
Cynthia Ross said, "It was a
little difficult for me."
She and the other
counselors, though, had to put
their feelings aside to help
students and other community
members deal with their pain.
"That staff over there (in
Union County) deserve all the
credit and the family, too,"
Ross said because the Union
counselors knew the students
personally.


She did not know the exact
number of counselors sent
from Bradford, but estimated
that it was approximately sii
counselors.
Counselors from Union and
Bradford helped at all three
schools. Each school had a
student die or get injured on
the school bus during the
accident.
One counselor remarked,
"The kids helped each other.
We were just there to interject
positive thoughts."
Ross said some of the
younger students had fears of
riding the school bus again.
The high" school students
shared their memories of the
Manns.
"The students were so
positive, said the cognsilfr,
and the) hugged and
encouraged each other.


At the accident scene on S.R. 121, Johnny
Mann's report card laid beside flowers and
stuffed animals, people have left as a memorial.


BY JAMES REDMOND
Times Staff Writer

On Sunday night more than
1,000 people came to the
Union County High School
auditorium to pay their
respects to four children most
of them did not even know.
Th6 visitation, held for
Cynthia Nicole "Nikki" Mann,
Elizabeth Mann, Johnny Mann
and Heaven Mann, was a time
for people to say their,
goodbyes and tell family
members how sorry they were
for the family's loss. The line
of, those waiting to pay their
respects stretched around the
auditorium and out the front
doors ofthe high school.
At the front of the
auditorium, four white caskets
sat. One of the four was a
smaller size for Heaven.
Behind each was a collage of
pictures that showed happy
times from each child's life.
Johnny's collage was
wrapped in the colors of the
University of Miami, his
favorite team,. Elizabeth's was
wrapped in University of
Florida colors because of her
affection for the Gators. Both
Johnny's and Elizabeth's
flowers, that adorned the top of
their caskets, were of their
favorite teams' colors as well.
As mourners filed past, they
would stop to look at pictures
and point out specific ones.
Many stopped to hug either
Barbara or Terry Mann or
both. It was clear that- most
children in attendance knew at
least one of the deceased.
A slide show presentation
also showed some the
children's happier times.
Pictures of all four children
showed smiling faces and
playful moments.
Bible versus in the
presentation told about
children in Heaven. Brad,
Paisley's. "When I Get Where
I'm Going" featuring Dolly
Parton and Holly Dunn's
"Daddy's Hands" were the
background music for the
presentation.


At the entrance of the high
school, four guest books lay on
a table. Each book had a
picture of one of the four
children behind it. A bulletin
handed out had a picture on the
cover of Jesus surrounded by
children. A poem inside told of
' God's promise for life.
Outside the building, the
weather seemed to be tuned
into the feelings of the family.
It was a gray and dismal night.
A light rain shower fell. No
stars could be seen and the sky
was absent of natural light.


Ohn stage with the other
pictures, a picture of the
children's grandfather sat
alone. The photo was in honor
of William Edward Scott, 70,
of Hawthorne.
Scott was at the family's
home when they learned of the
accident. Several hours later he
suffered a heart attack and
died. He was buried Jan. 31 in
Hawthorne at the Ochwilla
cemetery.
The funerals of Ashley Keen
and Miranda Finn, cousins of
the Mann children, were held


Feb.1 at Ochwilla Baptist
Church. A memorial"service is
being held today for 20-month
old Anthony Lamb. Services
will take place today at 11 a.m.
at Archer Funeral Home in
Lake Butler.
The service will be held one
week to the day that his
adoption to the Mann family
would have been, finalized.
According to family member
Tina Mann, Barbara and Terry
Mann were scheduled to
finalize lamb's adoption Jan.
26.


The First United Methodist Church of Lake Butler requested prayers for
its extended family on its sign in front of the church on Main Street.


Funeral for 4 in accident held Jan. 30


, BY JAMES REDMOND
i Times SiaJ) It rier
A funeral held for four of the
seven children killed in
Wednesday's accident gave
mourners a small glimpse into
their lives.
As those coming to pay their
respects entered First Christian
Church, they encountered four
separate collages of pictures.
Each contained photographs
from happy moments in each
child's life. Those four
children were Cynthia Nicole
"Nikki" Mann, Elizabeth'
Mann, Johnny Mann and
Heaven Mann.
At the front of the church,
the white caskets with gold'
trim formed an arc around the
church's altar. Multiple flower
arrangements surrounded all
four caskets. '
The Union County Sheriff's
Office estimates that more than
400 people crowded into the


church.
"Arld that does not include
those:who filled the fellowship
hall," said Union County
Sheriff Jerry Whitehead.
The church set up a closed-
circuit television feed to the
hall to allow those not able to
get into the church to at least
view the ceremony. Even with
two buildings, it was still
standing room only when the
service began.
The Rev. Scott Fisher of the
Church of Christ and Dr.
Harold Hudson of Fellowship
Baptist Church of Raiford
' officiated over the ceremony..
"We who are here today are
going to go through days and
years of difficulties," Fisher
told those gathered. "But these
children now reside in
Heaven."
The children's choir from
Fellowship Baptist, made up of
more than 40 chilJdren, opened
the ceremony with a pair of


, hymns. Each one held a single
flov.er. .
',A slide show presentation
also brought to life moments in
the Mann children's lives. The
pictures showed various times
from their short lives. In eah,
every child had a smile on
their face. It was clear the
presentation affected family
members. By the end of the
presentation, several were
weeping, trying to hold
themselves up.

After the presentation,
Fisher attempted to ease the
pain of those in attendance.
"Our message is not to Nikki
or Elizabeth or Johnny or
Heaven," Fisher said. "This
message'is for you. Jesus has
received these children. They
are in Heaven."
"The message to you is, look
to him for strength. Our
community is strong. We will
heal."


As four hearses were loaded
to take the children to their
final resting place, those
around the church stood still,
paying their respects one last
time. Several young adults
were overcome with grief
watching the sight. Out loud
they asked, "Why, these
children, why?"
The procession to Mt. Zion
Cemetery -was, by some
estimates, more than a mile
long. Under a gray sky, that
seemed to fit the day, Fisher
spoke as family and friends
said their last goodbyes to the
children.
"These children have moved
out of a small house filled with
love into a bigger house filled
with even more love," Fisher
said.
The ceremony concluded
with family members placing
butterflies on the flower
arrangements that laid on the-
top of each of the caskets.


VIGIL
Continued from p. 3C


Griffis said.
"He loved to help my father
pass out the church bulletins,"
he said. "He spent time getting
to know God and dedicating
his life to following Him."
He even spoke about
Heaven, who was only 3 years
old.i
"She often sat with us in the
youth group during our
services ... Her smiling face
was a joy to everyone, and I
loved holding her on my lap
and playing with her."
"Anthony wasn't quite 2
years old," Griffis said, "but he
was always such a good baby.
He played well with other
children and never caused a
problem."
Choking through tears
during his entire speech,
Griffis said he looked forward
to when he would spend time
with all of the children forever
in Heaven.
Wanda Lewis and Jeff
Gainey also shared their
memories of the Mann family.
Lewis recalled how Johnny
loved the University of Miami
football team. She called Nikki
"my Nick-Nick" and
remembered how they played
bingo together.
She said she went out to
scene of the accident and
picked up a sippy cup she
recognized as one of the


children's.
Gainey said Nikki was
always the, first to try things. In
Sunday school, she would be
the first to volunteer to role
play.
At one youth gathering, they
bobbed for apples.
He said when all the
children were reluctant to get
wet, Nikki was the first one to
go. She dunked her whole head
in and came back with an
apple, and that was her apple,
he said.
About Johnny, Gainey said,
"He told me one time 'I'm
going to be a great NFL
quarterback.' When I get up
there, I going to play with
Johnny. I'm going to let him
be quarterback."
Many of the church
members said they saw Liz,
Johnny and Nikki devote their
lives to Christ.
The Rev. Harold Hudson
said, "They went to be with
Jesus."
"I know there had to be at
least seven angels on Highway
121 because seven of God's
people were about to go
home," he said.
Hudson asked those at the
vigil if it would make them
feel better to say the Manns
had gone on a long trip, and
they would not be back for a
while.
"Well, they've gone on a
long trip ... you can see them
again," he said.
"The wisest thing you can
do tonight is to open up your
hearts, and let Jesus come in."


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of the National Transportation Safety Board take 8-10 days, and it could be 6-7 months
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Starke church celebrates 2 special birthdays


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
When Louie Belle Carter
Parks celebrated her birthday
in January 1996, she thought at
the time that it would be the
last birthday she would
celebrate.
Ten years later, however,
Parks was honored with a
luncheon at her church, First
Baptist in Starke, two days
prior to her 100th birthday.
Parks, who turned 100 on
Jan. 31, was amazed at- the


attention she received, which
included receiving
proclamations on behalf of the
commissions of Bradford
County and the city of Starke,
as well as from Dr. Rodney
Coe, the pastor at First Baptist,
where she has been a member
since June 28, 1992.
"My gracious," Parks said
following the conclusion of the
luncheon. "I've been
entertained before, but this was
the largest (celebration), I
think."


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catch...
Oliver Crum Sr.
of Starke had
quite a
productive day
fishing recently,
catching these
bass off of
shiners at
Sanford Lake.
The largest
bass tipped the
scales at 9.6
pounds.


Parks admitted it's hard to
believe she's 100. She said she,
doesn't feel that old. In fact,
she said she remains active,
whether it's cooking, working.
in the Nard or doing Whatever
else comes to mind.
She was driving up until last
year, and she gave that up
voluntarily.
"Age and traffic," Parks
replied, when asked why she
gave up getting behind the
wheel of an automobile.
Many friends of Parks'
attended the luncheon, one of
whom was Dolly Spires, who
celebrated her 99t birthday
Jan. 30.
Spires, who was recognized
prior to lunch being served,
has not .been able to. attend
church at First Baptist for
more than a year because of
health issues, but she, like
Parks, still manages to keep
herself busy. She enjoys
crocheting, knitting and
putting together jigsaw
puzzles.
S"When I get kind of tired of
the sewing, I sit at the card
table and do a puzzle," Spires
said. ;
Spires said she comes' from a
family of seven children-flve
of which lied into their 9s.
1 "think that's pretti.good."
she said. "'
Following lunch,,, Terry
Blakeslee, the minister *olt
education administration 'at
First Baptist, spoke to the
gathering about all of tihe
events that have taken place
during Parks' litfeinpe.
Kelloggs began selling corn
flakes the )ear she was bqrn
and "back when -ou were 9ist
a teenager, women eyqre
granted the right to vote,"
Blakeslee said.
In response to Blakeslee
saying that talking movs
were invented before she Uas
20, Parks said she went ito
'Jacksonville to see'her first
movie. She said she believed it
was a movie that starred Al
Jolson.
S"Was it 'The Jazz Singer?'"
Blakeslee asked.
"Yes,' Parks replied.
"That was the very first
talking movie," Blakeslee said.
Blakeslee shared that Ford
introduced the Model T in
190(8. Park-' iaid4ier father


bought one of the first cars in
the area in 1914. He paid
approximately $500 for it.
That prompted Starke Mayor
Steve Futch, when he took the
podium, to quip, "Miss Parks,
we decided at our table that
most of uis have paid $500 for
a car, too, but that's every
month."
Futch presented Parks with a
framed proclamation in which
Jan. 29, 2006, was termed
"Louie Belle Parks Day" in
Starke.
Bradford County
Commissioner John Cooper
also presented Parks with a
proclamation on behalf of the
county.
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SUnion boys
Collect district
win over KH

Tigers, however,
drop 2 straight,
afterward

BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
C.J. Spiller scored 16 points
to help lead the Union County
boys.basketball team to a 53-
.30 win over district opponent
Keystone Heights on Jan. 24 in
Lake Butler.
It was a tie game after the
first quarter, but the Tigers
were able to outscore the
Indians by at least six points in
ech of the remaining three.
The Tigers led by 10 at the
half and pushed that to a 36-20
lead .in the third quarter.
Brendan Odom and Ted,
.< Young each scored 10 points
for Union, %which also got nine
points from Kevin Alexander.
Keystone "'vas led by
Cameron Yarbrough's 10
points. '
Scorgpry Quarter
KHHS: 8 5 7 10-30
UCHS: 8 5,13 17-53
Scoring
Keystone 0),. Bannon 5,
Brunink Evans 2, Ruiz 5,
Taylor 6, Yarbrough 10. 3-
S-pointers: EanWgn, Ruiz. Free
I throws: 2-7.
Union (53): Alexander 9,
Griffin. 3, Odomn, 10, Perry 3,
Spillet;16', Young 10. 3-
pointers: Griffin,. Young 2.
Free throws: 14-28.

Newberry 54 UC 51
The Tigers were on a three-
game win streak, following
their defeat pf Keystone. but
They then dropped a 54-51
'game to host, Newbern-ry on Jan.
25 that began a two-game skid.
S Odom, with 17 points, was
the only Union player to score
in double figures, though
Spiller and Justin Griffin each
had nine points.


Score by Quarter
UCHS:. 8 13 22
NHS: 17 10 14


8-51
13-54


.-Union Scoring (51):
Alexander 6, Austin 2, Grnifn 9,
2 'Odom 1r-7, -Spiler 9;, Young 8.
S3-pointers: Griffin, Odom,
Young 2. Free throws: 3-10.

Crescent 61 UC 45
Union traveled to' Crescent
City to try to avenge two
earlier losses to the Raiders,
but instead the Raiders
, completed the regular-season
5 sweep of the .' Tigers by
@ handing them a 61-45 loss on
" Jan. 27.
The Tigers outscored the
Raiders 16-13 in the third
quarter to pull within 41-37,
Sbut were, then outscored 20-8
in the fourth quarter.
The game' was the last
district game for the Tigers
prior to next week's District 6-


3A tournament, which Uniic
is hosting. Union finished
district play with a 6-2.
Union (13-9 overall) trave
to Mayo to play Lafayet
Friday, Feb. 3, then travels t
Glen St. Mary to play Bake
County Saturday, Feb. 4. Bot
games are scheduled for 7:3
p.m. .

KH boys lose
by 23 to O.P.

BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer


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Visiting Orange Park, a'.
Class 6A team, held the
Keystone Heights boys
basketball team to .three first-
quarter points and built a 24-.
point halftime. lead en route to.,,
handing the Indians a 6-1-41
loss on Jan. 26.
Greg Taylor had 14-points
and seven rebounds for
Keystone, which dropped its
second, straight game. That
gave the Indians a 7-12 record
heading: into their Jan. 31 game
against, Clay.
Cameron, Yarbrough and'
Tyler Brunink also scored in
double figures for the Indians
with 12 and. 10 points,'
respectively.
Keystone caps the regular
season with two home games:
against Bradford Thursday,
Feb. 2, and against Baldwin
Friday, Feb. 3. Both games are
scheduled for 7:30 p.m.,
Thre District 5-3A
tournament begins. Tuesday,
Feb. 7, at Union County High
School in Lake Butler:
Keystone will play Pierson
Tay lor at 6 p.m.


Score by Quarter
OPHS: 13 22 20
KHHS:, 3 8 11


8-
19-


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-41.


Keystone Scoring (41): r
Bannon 1, Brunink 10, Evans
5, Ruiz'2, Taylor 14, Van Wie
2, Yarbrough 12. 3-pointers:
Taylor, Yarbrough 2. Free -
throws: 5-8.

Bradford girls
lose 3 prior to 1
tournament t
BY CLIFF SNELLEY ;
TelegraphiSwff \t1rixer ....
What -wa- a -perfect-season ...
through the first 15 games has
ended with three straight losses :
for the Bradford girls
basketball team, the latest of
which was a 57-56 setback
against visiting P.K. Yonge on
Jan. 26.
The Tornadoes had a. last-
second shot attempt that did
not go down.
Khalaa Hill and Tosha
Griffin scored 18 and 14 points
for Bradford, which will next
play a semifinal game in the
District 3-4A tournament k
Thursday, Feb. 2, at 7 p.m. at
Ridgeview High School in
Orange Park. If the Tornadoes
win, the) will play for the
district championship
Saturday, Feb. 4, at 7 p.m.,


also at Ridgevie. .
Shore by Quarter
PKY: 8 15 22 12
BHS: 15 12 10 19


-57
-56


Bradford Scoring (56): Bass
4, Griffin 14, Goodman 7, Hill
18, Newman 5, .Smith 2,
Warren 6. 3-pointers: Bass,
Griflin, Newman, Warren 2.
Free throws: 9-20.

Earlier result:

Fleming 39 BHS 27
A one-point third quarter did
not help Bradford's cause in a
39-27. loss to host Fleming
Island on Jan. 24.
The Tornadoes only scored
two points in the opening
quarter, but were able: to rally
to take a 17-16 lead at the half.
* Fleming Island then outscored
Bradford I1 -1 in the third
quarter.
Griffin had 15 points to lead
the Tornadoes.


Score by Quarter
BHS: 2 15 1
FIHS: 12 4 11


9-27
12-39


Bradford Scoring (27): Foster
3;, Griffin 15, Goodman 2, Hill
7.3-pointers: Foster, Griffin 2.


Union girls
.. .. .. 2f _- 1 ,_: *s ''


surrer sec(
straight Io

BY CLIFF SMEI
Telegraph Staff \


Amber Franzluebbe
32 points, but it
enough for the Unio
girls basketball team
57 loss to, visiting
County on Jan. 26.
Franzluebbers also
rebounds as the Tige
dropped their second
game.
Tiffany Holmes s
points for the Tigers.
w Amika Davis led
vith eight assists.
The Tigers next ph
District 6-3A tou
Which they are host
play a semifinal gamrr
p;m. on Thursday, F
hey win, they will pl
district champ
Saturday, Feb. 4, at 7
Score by Quarter
ICHS"' T3 16' 14
JCHS:. 16 12 14


Union Scoring (57): Bryant 2,
Clemons 2, Davis 4,
Franzluebbers 32, Holmes 15,
Kent 2. Free throws: 11-17.

Earlier result:

Newberry 48 UC 41
The Tigers could not avenge
a loss to Newberry back in
November, losing 48-41 to the
host Panthers on Jan. 24.
Franzluebbers and Miranda
Kent each scored 12 points to
lead Union, while Holmes
added nine points.


Score by Quarter
UCHS: 10 12 12
NHS: 16 8 12


7-41
12-48


Union Scoring (41): Clemons
2, Davis 6, Franzluebbers 12,
Holmes 9, Kent 12. 3-pointers:
Kent 2. Free throws: 3-5.

BHS boys lose

2 straight in
District 3-4A
b BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
'"the" Bradford boys
basketball team wrapped up
regular-season district pla\
wIh two straight losses,


including a 71-51 loss to Santa
Fe on Jan. 27 in Alachua.
Bradford (5-15 prior to Jan.
31) fell to 2-8 in District 3-4A
and will be the fifth seed in the
upcoming district tournament,
which Bradford will be
hosting.
The Tornadoes held a slim
lead over Santa Fe at the half,
but the Raiders outscored
Bradford 41-19 in the second
half.
Clint Cubbedge led the
Tornadoes with 19 points,
while Marcus Wilson and
Roderick DeSue had 13 and
11.
Eugene .Blye added eight
points.
Bradford played Williston
on Jan. 31 and will travel to
play Keystone Heights
Thursday, Feb. 2, at 7 p.m.
The Tornadoes then end the
regular season with a home
game against Hamilton County
Friday, Feb. 3, at 7:30 p.m.
The District 3-4A
tournament begins Tuesday,
Feb. 7, with two. quarterfinal
games. Third seed Baker
County will .play sixth seed
Middleburg at 6 p.m., followed
by Bradford against fourth
seed Suwannee at 7:30 p.m.
The semifinals will be
Friday, Feb. 10. Second seed
Santa Fe % ill play either Baker.
CountI or Middleburg at 6
p.m.. followed b\ top seed


Ridgeview playing either
Bradford or Suwannee at 7:30
p.m.
The two semifinal 'winners
will play for the championship
Saturday, Feb. 11, at 7:30 p.m.
Score by Quarter
BHS: 18 14 8 11-51
SFHS: 17 13 18 23-71,'
Bradford Scoring (51): Blye 8,
Cubbedge 19, "DeSue 11,
Wilson 13. 3-pointers: Wilson
2, DeSue 3, Cubbedge 4. Free
throws: 10-19.
See BHS, p. 12C

BHS fans
urged to show
up early for
tournament
Bradford High School is
hosting, the District 3-4A boys
basketball tournament and the
Tornadoes will be playing in
the tournament's first round on
Tuesday, Feb. 7, at 7:30 p.m.
against Suwannee.
Tickets, which are $5 each,
will not be presold and a
certain number of tickets will
not be allocated for each
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Bradford fans are encouraged
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14 area players earn

all-state honors


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Seven football players from
Bradford, Keystone Heights
and Union County high
schools were first-team all-
state selections in their.,
respective classes, while seven
others were either second-team
picks or received .honorable
mentionon.
r Union had the most players
honored, with four selected as
; first-teamers in Class 2B.
'Senior running back C.J.
Spiller, who rushed, for 1,840
yards and scored 31
touchdowns, and senior tight
end Kasey Nobles, who had
283 yards on 19 receptions,
were named to the offensive
Steam, while senior linebackers
Kevin Alexander and Brendan
SOdom were defensive picks.
Alexander finished the year
with 115 tackles, nine sacks,
five forced fumbles and four
fumble recoveries. Odom had
130 tackles, three sacks, three
fumble recoveries and one
forced fumble.
The Tigers had one second-'
team offensive selection in
seniorr lineman Darin
-lendricks, while senior
ineman Willie Oliver and
'enior defensive back were
defensivee selections. Oliver
ad 44 tackles, six sacks, two
4imble recoveries and one
arced fumble this past season,
whilee Perry had 41 tackles, six
iterceptions and one forced
amble.
Bradford had two first-team,


Class 2A selections in senior
running back James Jamison,
who was chosen as a utility
player, 'and senior linebacker
Shauntell Carter. Jamison
rushed for 942 yards, breaking
Bradford's career record, and
Carter tiad 145 tackles, five
tackles for loss, four fumble
recoveries and three forced
fumbles.
Keystone had just one first-
team, Class 2A selection, but
four other players were
second-team picks.
Junior placekicker Michael,
McLeod was the Indians' first-
team selection after a season in
which he had eight field goals
and 20 PATs.
Making the second-team
offense were junior tight end
Josh Mangus, who had 25
receptions for 332 yards and
three touchdowns, and
sophomore running back Greg
Taylor, who rushed for 586
yards on 108 carries and
caught 21 passes for 336 yards.
Taylor, who scored nine
touchdowns, was chosen to the
team as a utility player.
Junior 'linebacker Jack
Taylor and senior defensive
back Michael Williams were
second-team defensive
selections. Taylor finished the
season with 151 tackles, five
forced fumbles, one sack, one
interception and one fumble
recovery. Williams had 54
tackles, two interceptions (one'
of which was .returned for a
touchdown), one forced
fumble and one fumble
recovery.


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Lady Indians bow out

with 2-1 loss in regionals


Keystone Heights won the District 5-3A boys soccer championship by
Crescent City 1-0. The team, which is hoisting head coach Trevor Wat
comprised of: (not shown in order) Juan Arenas, Austin Bennett, Gino
Duren, Brad Gober, Ryan Hannah, Dustin Hayre, Justin Hedding, Tim
Michael McLeod, Ryan Miller, Sam Nadler, Greg Oakley, Dale Riviere,
Salsbery, Branden Waters and Drew Wingate.


Indians win third straw


district championship


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
During the previous two
seasons, the Keystone Heights
boys soccer team lost no
district matches en route to
winning two. district
championships. This year, the
Indianis dropped two district
'matches during the regular
season.
This year's team was ready
for the challenge that awaited
it in the District 5-3A
tournament. The Indians
avenged an earlier 5-0 loss to
Pierson Taylor by defeating
the Wildcats in the semifinals,
then defeated top seed
Crescent City 1-0 on its homb
field,to win their third straight
district title.
Keystone head coach Treyor
Waters could not contain his
excitement following the win
over what he termed an
"awesome" Crescent 'City
team. He credited the hard
work put forth in practice by
his team in recent weeks.
I've been working on them
all year to be aggressive,"
Waters said. "They've got
some skill and a little bit of
speed, but they decided that
they would start to work hard
to be aggressive. I think-that
was the key, the
aggressiveness."
Keystone (919-6) will now
host District 6 runner-up
Mount Dora (4-8-4) in a
Region 2 quarterfinal match
Thursday, Feb. 2, at 7 p.m.
The winner of that match
will then play .either Winter
Park Trinity Prep or Lakeland
McKeel in the regional
semifinals Tuesday, Feb. 7.
Keystone, if it advances,


would host either opponent.
Crescent City (4-7-4) will
travel to Ocala to play Trinity
Catholic (12-8-2) in a regional
quarterfinal match.
Keystone and Crescent City
battled to a scoreless tie in the
first half, though the Indians
had a couple of scoring
chances.
Austin Bennett, from just
past midfield, delivered a high
kick that dropped into Crescent


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net.
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: teAdvancing in the playoffs, '
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Keystone entered its Jan. 26
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handed them a 2-1 loss to end
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:ers, is Mount Dora (16-6) -.
oCoiana,AI advanced to play Lake
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Keystone ended its' season ,: *
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5 from Keystone qualify for state


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Kelly Leigh, Jachael Nichols and Cassi Padgett will
compete at the Florida High School Athletic
Association Finals for Bradford.


3 from BHS will

move on to state


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
STelgraph Snaff Writer
BradfqrqKelly Leigh won
her weiit 'class at a Jan. 27
sectioii. meet at Keystone
Heights School and she will be
joined by two of her
teammates the Florida High
School .Atlketc Association
Girls Wei:ghtlifling Finals
Saturday, Feb. '.1, at Santa Fe
CommuT'ity College in
GainesvJlle ..
The top' three lifters in each
class at the sectional meet
qualified for the state final,.
Bradford lifters Cassi Padgett
and Jachael Nichols earned
their berths by placing second
and third, respectively.
Leigh won the 139-pound
class by setting a personal
record (PR) in the bench press
at 145 pounds. Her 160-pound
clean and jerk tied her PR and


her overall total of 305 pounds
was a PR.
Padgett's total of 245
pounds in the 110-pound class
was a PR. She had a bench
press of 115 pounds and a
clean and jerk of 130 pounds.
Nichols, like Leigh, set PRs
in the bench press and overall
total, while tying her PR in the
clean and jerk. She had a
bench press of 135 pounds and
a clean and jerk of 150 pounds
for a 285-pound total.
Samantha Schmidt (101-
pound class) and Cortnee
Patterson (119) also competed
for Bradford, each placing
fifth. Schmidt had a bench
press of 80 pounds and a clean
and jerk of 95 pounds for a
175-pound total. Patterson had
a bench press of 125 pounds
and a clean and jerk of 115
pounds for a 240-pound total.


BHS wraps up

regular season at

Keystone meet
U.CLIFF SMELI. EY record in the 110-pound class
Telegraph 6tlaff ~ritert-'" --ii--theolean and jerk wttth 130
pounds. Her bench press was
Cassi Padgett and Kelly 110 pounds, giving her a 240-
Leigh each won their weight pound total.


classes as the Braarora girls
weightlifting team, with just
10 competing, placed fourth in
Keystone's annual invitational.
on Jan. 21.
The Tornadoes compiled 23
points, finishing behind
Keystone, Crystal River,
Columbia and Gainesville.
Padgett tied the invitational


Leigh won the 139-pound
class with a bench press of 140
pounds and a clean and jerk of
160 pounds for a 300-pound
total.
Jachael Nichols was runner-
up in the 154-pound class with
See WRAPS, p. 12C


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Four Keystone Heights girls
weightlifters won their classes
at a sectional meet Jan. 27 in
Keystone. and five overall
qualified to compete in the
Florida High School Athletic
Association Finals, which will
be held Saturday, Feb. 11, at
Santa Fe Community College
in Gainesville.
Brenda Ward (154-pound
class), Lauren Stobbie (169)
and Rachel Lingerfelt (183),
who also qualified for the state
finals last year, each won their
classes with the following
totals: Ward 160-pound bench
press, 145-pound clean and
jerk, 305-pound total; Stobbie
180-155-335; Lingefelt 195-
140-335. Lingerfelt's bench
press was a personal record.
Also, Kelly Michalos won
the 129-pound class with a
bench press of 135 pounds and
a clean and jerk of 125 pounds
for a 260-pound total.
The top three lifters in each
class at the sectional meet
qualified for the state finals,
which means Danielle Hengl
will also compete on Feb. 11
after placing third in the 199-
pound class. :Hengl had a
bench press of 140 pounds and
a clean and jerk of 145 pounds
for a 285-pound total.
Keystone had two lifters
who will be state alternates in
their classes (they placed
fourth at the sectional meet):
Amanda Wood (101) and Beth
Frampton (169). Their totals
were: Wood 85-90-175 and
Frampton 125-105-230.
Also competing for
Keystone at the meet were:
Paige Cole (154) 130-125-255,
sixth place: Julie Myers (199)
140-125-265, fifth place:
Octavia Copenhaver
(unlimited) 170-120-290, sixth
place.
The Indians traveled to Glen
St. Mary for a meet against
Baker County on Jan. 30 and
will close the regular season
Thursday, Feb. 2, against
Fleming Island and Ridgeview
at Ridgeview High School in
Orange Park at 3 p.m.

Earlier results:

Keystone wins
I invitational again -
The Indiahis had three lifters
place first and one place
second as they won their
annual invitational on Jan. 21
to remain perfect on the
season.
Keystone won the
invitational with 46 points,
finishing ahead of runner-up
Crystal River, which had 38
points.
Ward, Stobbie and
Lingerfelt each took first.


Five lifters from Keystone qualified for the Florida High School Athletic
Association Finals: Kelly Michalos, Rachel Lingerfelt, Danielle Hengl, Lauren
Stobbie and Brenda Ward. -- --


Their totals were: Ward 160-
150-310, Stobbie 180-155-335
and Lingerfelt 190-155-345.
Michalos finished as ruinner-
up in her class with a bench
press of 140 pounds and a
clean and jerk of 125 pounds
for a 265-pound total.


Cole was third in the :169-
pound class. She had a bench
press of 130 pounds and a
clean and jerk of 130 pounds
for a 260-pound, total.
Other Keystone results' were:-
Wood 85-85-170, fifth place;
Ashley Poplin (110) 105-100-


205, fifth place; Jessica Ford
(139) 110-125-235, fourth
place; Lasey Mitchell (183)
120-115-235,. fourth place;
Hengl, 140-135-275, fourth
place;. Myers 140-125-265,
fifth place; Copenhaver 175-
125-300, sixth place.


Union lifters Lynch,


Hannon advance to state
BY CLIFF SMELLEY p
Telegraph Staff Writer B


Union County girls
weightlifters Kerrie Lynch and
Cara Hannon were runners-up
inTiheir weight classes at a
sectional meet at Keystone
Heights High School Jan. 27
and thus earned berths in the
upcoming Florida High School
Athletic Association Finals,
which will be held Saturday,
Feb. 11, at Santa Fe
Community College in
Gainesville.
Lynch, who also qualified
for the state finals last year, set
school records, for the 119-
pound class, in the bench press
(140 pounds) and overall t6tal
(270 pounds). Her clean and
jerk total of 130 pounds tied a
school record.
Hannon (139-pound class), a
first-year lifter, had a bench
press of 135 pounds and a
clean and jerk of 145 pounds
for a 280-pound total. Her
bench press total and overall
total were school records and
her clean and jerk was a
personal record.
The top three lifters in each
class at the sectional meet
qualified for the state finals.
Jami Mobley just missed out
on being an alternate in the
129-pound class. She placed
fifth with a bench press of 120
pounds and a clean and jerk of
115 pounds for a 235 pounds.


Kerrie Lynch
and Cara
Hannon will
represent
Union County
at the Florida
High School
Athletic
Association
Finals.


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Mobley's bench press total
tied a school record and her
clean and jerk was a personal
record.
. 'TAlso .competing for the
Tigers we're'Haa.ah Tucker, in
the 169-pound class, and
Blythe Prose, in the 183-pound
class. Tucker had a bench
press of 115 pounds and, a


clean and jerk of 115 pounds
for a 230-pound total. Prose
had a 105-pound bench press
and a 95-pound clean and jerk
f6a total of 200 po6ifds.
'Pr6se'~'cleah al'd jrkl was a
personal record.
Union (1-5) finished its
regular season with a home
meet against Columbia Feb. 1.


Keystone lifters

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Fifteen placed either first or
second for the Keystone
Heights girls weightlifting
team in a 65-23 win over
visiting Union County on Jan.
25.
Keystone lifters Amanda
Wood (101-pound class),
Ashley Poplin (110), Kelly
Michalos (129), Brenda Ward
(154), Lauren Stobbie (169),
Rachel Lingerfelt (183),
Danielle Hengl (199) and
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and jerk, 170-pound total;
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Placing second for Keystone
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Lyn Kramer (unlimited) 115-
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Abbott, Chalker recognized for community work


BY MARCIA MILLER
Telegraph Staff Writer
It was an evening of dining,
dancing and applauding
community and business
award recipients as more than
400 people attended the annual
banquet of the North Florida
Regional Chamber of
Commerce Saturday.
Involvement in the
community and in charitable
activities is a requirement for
two of the five major awards
presented, the Eugene L.
Matthews Citizen of the Year
Award and the NFRCC
Volunteer of the Year Award.
No one who knew them was
surprised when Jearrette
Abbott was named Citizen of
the Year and Adam Chalker
earned the designation of
Volunteer of the Year.
Jeanette Abbott
Abbott has been involved in
a .large number of community
service activities since settling
ini Bradford County several
years ago. She is a member of
numerous local organizations
and- has also helped with
events planned by
organizations of which her two
equally active sisters were


Citizen of the Year is Volunteer of the Ye
Jeanette Abbott. Adam Chalker.


*members.
Abbott has worked with the
Toys for Tykes organization,
collecting money and toys to
ensure that local
underprivileged children have
bright Christmases. She co-


chaired the March of
"Light a Little Star" d
Bradford County.
Master of Ceremonie
Vaughan said Abbott
to great lengths to ass
raising funds for good


Chamber hands out


awards to 3 business
BY MARCIA MILLER Workforce Development office in Starke.
Telegraph Staff Writer Award and Trinity Mortgage She left a real estate


as is evidenced by her efforts
in organizing I cow patty
bingo fundraiser for Bradford
Alrc. Arc is an' organization
that provides job training and
life skills assistance to local
mentally handicapped citizens.
' Abbott also serves as sponsor
for the AKtion Club, a civic
4 service club for mentally
handicapped re idents that is
an extension of Kiwanis.
Abbott is very active as a
volunteer in the local school
system and meets once a week
With a Bradford student in her
capacity as a mentor for
Communities in Schools.
As a member of the Starke
Kiwanis Club, Abbott has.
served as president and was
named by the state
8 organization: as a
Distinguished President for her
outstanding performance in
that office. During her year of
3ar is leadership, the club was also
named Business Partner of the
Year by the Bradford school
system.
Dimes' Abbott has served Kiwanis
Irive in as Membership Committee
chair and as a member of the
;s Terry Commun.ity Servide
,,ill go Committee and Fundraising
isi with Committee.
causes. She has also been very
active as a volunteer for
chamber of commerce events.
S.She served as church
secretary for the First United
Methodist Church of Starke
and has been a highly active
member of the congregation
for many years.
h C Abbott showed her true
Spirit as a doer, not a talker,
when she accepted her award
Saturday. 'Thank y'all," she
e office said as she smiled.


extraordinary facilitator and
organizer behind the scenes of
a large number of events and
local efforts, said Vaughan.
Chalker serves as chair of
the chamber's Tri-County
Community Action Group.


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Three of the top five awards
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Regional Chamber of
Commerce are specifically
business-related.
Charleen Gathright earned
the designation- of J.E.
Tomlinson Business Person of
the Year, Robert Johnson
earned the Pat Farnsworth
Bradford County, Community


Charleen Gathright of
Century 21 is the
Business Person of the
Year.


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the Year Award.

Charleen Gathright
Master of Ceremonies Terry
Vaughan said, "High energy is
one of the many terms one
could use to describe this
lady."
Gathtight moved to Brooker
eight years ago and commuted
to Orange Park until two years
ago when she purchased the
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then a much smaller agency.
Gathright said she moved to
Bradford County from
Jacksonville seeking a quieter,
more rural lifestyle.
Quieter didn't mean less
active, however, and Gathright
became very active in chamber
events and efforts. She also.
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The Bradford County
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6 p.m. at the Bradford County
Fairgrounds. Anyone
interested should attend.
For more information,
contact Joe Gorden or Rodney
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XCHALKER
Continued from p. 10C
the various civic service and
community organizations that
might be able to meet them.
Taking his position very
seriously Chalker and the
'Community Action Group saw
a need to help the communities
become more aware of and
involved in the activities of
their political representatives.
4Ie helped set up "Meet the
-Sheriff" forums in both
tBradford and Clay counties.
This gave local citizens easy
access to law enforcement
officials and an opportunity to
voice concerns:
Chalker also helped organize
political forums for candidates
;in the political races for the
Keystone Heights City
Cbommfiission and the 'Starke"
-City Commission.
He serves as chairman of the
Starke Code Enforcement
Board, an unpaid board that is
charged with ensuring that city
rules and regulations are
upheld.
Politics and government are
not Chalker's only concerns,
however. He serves as
president of Bradford Arc and
is highly, concerned with
improving the lives of local
mentally handicapped citizens.
He is a board member of the
Communities in Schools
organization, a group that
assists the local school system
in providing programs and
special activities for local
school children. He is also a
member of the Early Learning
Coalition and serves as a
mentor for a local high school
Student.
Chalker is an active member
of both the chamber of
commerce and the Keystone
Heights Business Association.
He is a deacon at Madison
Street Baptist Church and is
one of three owners of Trinity
Mortgage.
"This is definitely an honor
and a surprise," said Chalker.
"I just thank the Lord for
letting me be a part of this
community."


BIRTHDAY
Continued from p. 6C

"Just so I can one up my
good friend Stee Futch,
instead of having Louie Belle
Parks Day, we're going to gile
you a whole week (Jan. 24-31,
2006)," Cooper said.
Each proclamation, along
with the one presented to Parks
by Coe, detailed a little bit of
Parks' history as well as her
involvement with the Shands
Starke Auxiliar\ and her
volunteer work at the voting
polls in Bradford County.
Parks also had the pleasure
of having her two sons. Bill
and George, on hand for the
celebration. Bill Parks talked
of how his mother, because of


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The Small Business of the Year was Trinity Mortgage. At left Is one of the owners, -
Adam Chalker. (L-R) Past Chairman Linda Tatum and 2006 Chairman Brad Carter
congratulate all three partners while Keith Marshall and Jeremy Crawford accept the
plaque.


AWARDS
Continued from p. 10C

grew the local agency to the
point where it recently opened
a second office in Keystone
Heights. Her agency is now
keeping 22 agents busy.
When presented with the
Business Person of the Year
Award, Gathright said, "I just
want to let everyone know
how pleased I am to be part of
this community. Thank you for
making me feel so welcome
here."

Robert Johnson
Pastor Robert Johnson of the
Starke Church of God earned
the Workforce Development
Award after being appointed as
the faith-based representative
to the Alachua-Bradfdrd
Workforce Development.
Board.
That organization combines
leaders from business,
-government, education and
civic service to oversee a
budget of $4. million that is
used to assist business growth
in Alachua and Bradford
counties.
The board seeks ways to
boost the creation of jobs. and
to find-and' train workers to'fill
those jobs..
Johnson didn't just sit on the
board, however. He was very
active on the board's Better
Jobs-Better Wages Committee
and rose to serve as vice-
chairman of that organization.


This committee is. charged
with encouraging the creation
of new. jobs so area people can
earn more money and enjoy a
better standard of li\ ing.
In seeking ways to create
jobs, Johnson designed and
introduced a program that,
awards financial assistance to
employers who create new
jobs. Businesses can earn up to
$5,000 for each neiv job they
create.
Although very active on: the
Workforce Development
Board and in the chamber,
Johnson is also highly active in
the community through his
church and through civic
service activities with the
Starke Kiwanis Club.
He has also founded three
preschools and two private
elementary schools.
"This is a high honor and I
feel unworthy of the
recognition," said Johnson.
"I've been in this community
only a short time, but I pledge
as a pastor and as a
representative of the chamber
to work to do what I can to
make Bradford Codnty the best
possible place to live."

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her age. has seen many friends
come and go. but she continues
to make new friends
"Someone once told me it
doesn't hurt to be nice to
people and Nou'\e certainly
proven that is true." Bill Parks
said.
Parks. when asked at the
conclusion of the luncheon if
she was looking forward to
another celebration a year from
now, replied that she \%as sure
she would not be around for a
101" party.
"But you never know," she
said. "I said that 10 years ago
David and Martha Smith
wished to extend their thanks
to the members of First Baptist
Church and others from
throughout the community
who helped w ith the
celebration.








Paaa 12C TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR-C-SECTION Feb. 2, 2006


WRAPS
Continued from p. 9C .

a bench press of 130 pounds
and a clean and jerk of 150
pounds for a 280-pound total.
Also, Cortnee Patterson
(119-pound class) placed
fourth with a 125-pound bench
press and a-130-pound clean--
and jerk for a total of 255
pounds.
Reba Bennett, who placed
sixth in the 129-pound class,
had a 120-pound bench press
and a I110-pound clean and
jerk for a total of 230 pounds.
Prior to the KHHS
Invitational, the Tornadoes
hosted Wakulla on Jan. 19,
losing by just 10 points (46-


36) despite pitting II lifters
against Wakulla's 25.
Five Bradford lifters won
their weight classes:. Samantha
Schmidt (101) 75-pound bench
press, 80-pound clean and jerk,
155-pound total; Padgett- 1'00-
120-220; Patterson 120-120-
240; Leigh 140-15M-290;
Nichols 130-150-280.
Bennett, Tiffany Williams
(154)-and Brandi Crowe (169)
each had a second-place finish,
while Lindley Sexton (129)
and Elizabeth Fox (139) each
placed third. Their totals were:
Bennett 120-O1 0-230,
Williams 100-140-240, Crowe
105-110-215, Sexton 95-120-
215-and Fox 95-1-10-205.


CHAMPS
Continued from p. 8C

Approximately. three
minutes into the second half,
the Indians put themselves on,
the board after, perfectly
executing a set play. Brad
Gober took a corner kick-and
placed it perfectly for Bennett
to be able to head it into the
net.
Waters said that is a play
that has worked four times for
the Indians this season.
Keystone had several more
opportunities to score,
including --three- breakaway-,.


attempts, but was unable to
convert. .
- That left things up to the
defense, which was pressured
Heavily by Crescent City in the
final 20 minutes of the match.
The Raiders took many shots.
on goal, including a free kick
that ricocheted .off of one of
the goal posts.
Waters said he believes
Keystone goalie Michael
McLeod, who finished with
nine saves, is the best goalie in
north Florida in any district or
classification.
"I feel like it puts pressure
on the other teams," Waters
said. "They feel like they have
-to have a-perfect shot to beat


KHHS
Continued from p. 9C

The Tigers had three lifters
finish as runners-up: Eva Panzl
(110) 95-100-195, Jami
Mobley (129) 115-110-225
and Hannah Tucker (169)-1-15- -
115-230.
Chadler Singletary (119),
Courtney Pace (129), Rachel
Rothwell (139) and Lasey
Mitchell (169) each placed
third for the Indians. Their
totals were: Singletary. 75-70-
f45, Pace 95-90-185, Rothwell
80-95-175 and Mitchell 115-
r 10-225.
Cassie Lee (110) and
Chasity Lloyd (154) were
Union's third-place finishers.
Their totals were: Lee-85-80- -
165 and Lloyd 120-125-245.



BHS
Continued from p. 7C

Earlier result:

Bulldogs 60 BHS 52
- Like in their loss to Santa
Fe, the Tornadoes let a slim
halftime lead slip away in a
60-52 loss to district opponent
Suwannee on Jan. 24 in Starke.
Bradford had a four-point
lead before being outscored
36-24 in the second half.
DeSue led the team with 15
points. Wilson had 14 and
Blye 11.
"Cubbedge added enght
points.
Score by Quarter
SHS: 10 14 18 18-60.
BHS: 14 14 16 8-52

Bradford- Scoring (,52)-: E.
Blye 11, Cubbedge 8, DeSue
415, Hankerson 4, Wilson 14. 3-
pointers: Blye; Wilson 3,
DeSue 4. Free throws: 6-12.



Starke

Recreation

Department

is registering

for baseball
The Starke Recreation
Department is currently
registering players through
Friday, Feb. 17, for this year's
baseball season.
Children will be placed in
one of four leagues: rookies
(ages 6-8), minors: (9-10),
majors (11-12), Babe Ruth
.-(13-15) and Babe Ruth (16-
18). The determining date for
the child's age is April 30.
Children 8 or 10 may play in
the next higher league only if
*they have exceptional skills
and a parent signs a waiver.
The cost of registration is
$55 ($65 after Feb. 17), plus
there.is a-$1--fee if a child-has-
never played before to cover
the cost of a Babe Ruth birth
card.
Also, if a child has never
played before, a birth
certificate must be shown at
the time of registration.
Children must live in any
-area of the county but.Lawtey,
Brooker or Hampton to play
:with the Starke division, or
they must attendd a Starke
school. If a child played in
either Lawtey, Brooker or
Hamptoni last year, he or she
Shas the option to play in that
same area this year. However,
once a child plays with the
Starke league, he or she must
stay. in this area to play
baseball unless he or she
Moves.
-Players will need to
purchase a pair of baseball
*pants. Rubber cleats or tennis
shoes may be worn in the
rookie, minor and major
leagues. It is suggested that
Babe Ruth players wear rubber
or metal cleats.
For more information, call
the Starke Recreation
Department at (904) 964-6792.


him, which they do."
- -_McLeod-also- goLhelp from
defenders Nick Salsbery and
-Sam Nadler, who cleared a ball
South of the box in the 71st
minute.
"They're smart players,"
Waters said of the defensive
-duo-.
"The Indians put themselves
into the district championship
match by defeating a Pierson
Taylor team, that was seeking
its ninth consecutive regional
playoff berth, 4-1 on Jan. 24.
Gober delivered two assists
in the first half as the Indians
took a 2-0 lead into halftime.
Gober's first __assistL_ set -up
Ryan Hannah for a successful


shot in the sixth minute Gober
then sent a pass to Al Duren,
--hosprinted-inroc open space -
and sent the ball into the net's'n
upper corner for the Indians'
second goal in the 32"'d minute .:
'It was Duren who recorded :
the assist in the 70'h minute,
setting up Hayden Rodel's
goal.
Drew Wingate put the
Indians up 4-0 off of an assist
from Bennett in the 73.'
rimnute.
Taylor's Eduardo Rodriguez
finally put his team on the
board with a goal in the 74"
minute.
McLeod finished the match
with nine saves for.Keystone.