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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 23, 2006
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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2 men arrested
at Starke motel
Two men arrested at a Starke motel
face multiple charges, including
drugs and sex with a minor
Police were investigating a request
to locate a juvenile which led them to
the motel.
Johnathan David Mabry, 25, of
Brandon had a bag of marijuana and
a pipe, which he gave to a juvenile
female to put down her pants.
according to Officer Danny Brown.
Alcohol and condoms-were all over
the room, Officer Brown said. Mabry
admitted he vwas about to have sex
with the 16-year-old female when
police arrived. Officer Brown said.
The juvenile was from Keystone
Heights.
Mabry was charged with
possession of cannabis, possession of
drug paraphernalia, contributing to
the delinquency of a minor, delivery
of drug paraphernalia to a minor and
unlawful sexual act with a certain
minor. Bond on the charges was set at
$ 100.000.
Robert Keith Gilmore. 25. of
Brandon who was registered in the
room, had a bag containing
marijuana and a pipe. Gilmore was
charged with possession of cannabis
and possession of drug
paraphernalia. He was released from
custody after a $2.000 surety bond
was posted.

301 resurfacing
begins March 6---
U.S. 301 resurfacing. from
Madison Street (S.R. 100i to just
north of S.R. 16 in Starke, is
scheduled to begin Monday, March
6, according to the Florida
Department of Transportation Public
Information Office
The project will consist of milling
out the old asphalt and replacing it
with new asphalt. The center turn
lane will be restripedi to provide
dedicated left turn lanes. Also,
broken sidewalk will be replaced and
ramps added at all side street
intersections to provide wheelchair
access. The pedestrian signals at
Madison Street will be upgraded and
the flashing signal at Call Street will
be removed. Roadway restriping at
Call Street will also limit access to
and from US 301 to right turns pnly.
Crews are scheduled to begin
constructing wheelchair ramps on the
sidewalks March 6. Daytime lane
closures on U.S. 301 may be required.
for the sidewalk work but are limited
to the hours between 9:30 a.m. and'
3:30 p.m., Monday through Friday,
The majority of, the work,
including milling and resurfacing,
will be done at night with lane
closures between 9:30 p.m. and 6
a.m., Sunday through Thursday
nights. There is no scheduled
weekend work at this time and no
planned changes to the speed limit
during construction.
This 0.8-mile project is scheduled
to be complete in three months
barring any unforeseen conditions or
weather delays.
Anderson Columbia Company
.Inc., of Lake City is under contract to
the FDOT to construct the project at
a cost of $1.9 million
For more information about this
project, call (800) 475-0044, visit
DOT's Web site at
www.northfloridaroads.com or e-
mail sandra.mancil@earthtech.com.

PAWS needs you
Bradford County PAWS, a group
working with shelter dogs and cats,
desperately needs volunteers to assist
with fund-raising, kennel help,
donations and to provide temporary
loving foster homes for homeless
dogs and cats while they await
adoption.
Please call Kristie Dickens at (904)
334-7319 to volunteer.


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Bradford High's Clint Cubbedge Is Mr. Miraculous 2006.

Cubbedge succeeds in 'Miraculous' win


BY LINDSEY KIRKLAND
Telegraph Staff Writer --
It was tough competition Thursday
night, but nine Bradford High School
students showed off their best assets
in an attempt to become Mr.
Miraculous 2006. ,
To lighten the mood of the third
annual competition, the night began
with contestants George Lott, R.L.
Clemons, Clint Cubbedge, Jeremiah
Eagle, Ramon Smith, Brad Melvin,
Jimmy Hankerson, Eli Hamilton and
Harold, English displaying their
swimwear in the .audience before
ending up on the auditorium stage.
The evening was hosted by
announcers Lauren Martin, Sara Lee
Fitzpatrick and Brittany Cooper.
An onstage interview of the
contestants followed, asking them
about their favorite cartoon


characters, the perfect girl, life as a
S ideo game or their favorite musical
instrument. For his .answers,
Hankerson won the Decent Exposure
Award.
In the talent competition, English
won over the judges by performing
"The Old Rugged Cross" on the
piano.
-Creativity--was not lacking in the
next category. Contestants wore togas
of their own design. Most were the
traditional white, while one was lime
green and the other was red.
Mr. Miraculous 2005, Derek
Saucer, also' did a breakdancing
performance. .
The last. competition gave
contestants a chance to show off their
evening wear. Hamilton won the
Black Tie Award for this category.
Clemons was third runner-up in the
contest, and Hankerson was second


Transport program strapped


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor
Increased costs mainly related to
high fuel prices are threatening to
reduce or even eliminate services for ,:
the transportation disadvantaged in
Bradford County.
Those prices have resulted in the
Transportation Disadvantaged
Board's local vendor, Jones
Convalescent Service, requesting an
..increase in the rate they are paid per
m ile..... .- ......
The problem is that there are no
additional funds available from the
state, said Matt Pearson of the
Suwannee River Economic Council,
which coordinates community
transportation in Bradford County.
That's why Pearson approached
the county commission to request
funding support. An appearance
before the Starke City Commission
also took place.


-.. While a rate increase is certainly
needed, Pearson said, if mitoney to
fund that increase isn't found, a
reduction in service may be
necessary. A 25 percent rate increase
would require an additional $35,000
annually.
Jones _.Convalescent transports
elderly and other individuals without,
a way to get around to important
medical appointments. That can
result in multiple trips to and-from
doctors and hospitals in cities like
Gainesville-and.Lake City each day.
"In a comparison to other counties
of similar size, it's pretty obvious that
Bradford County is a little
shorthanded on funds from the state,"
Pearson said.
There are 5,630 Medicaid eligibles
in Bradford County.

See STRAPPED, p. 6A


runner-up.
The first runner-up was Melvin,
who sang and rapped to an original
song during the talent portion of the
competition. He won the Mr. Smarty
Pants, Mr. Personality and Mr.
Macho awards.
Cubbedge was the overall Winner
and was crowned Mr. Miraculous.
2006. He won the fitness award as
well.
Other awards handed out went to
Eagle for Best Legs, English for
being Most -Photogenic, Lott for
being Mr. Nice Guy and Smith for
being Mr. Sporty.
All proceeds from the competition
will benefit the German Exchange
Program.


Recreation

board

rejects

YMCA

merger

BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor
A proposed merger of the Starke
Recreation Depart-ment with the
Bradford County branch of the North
Central Florida YMCA has been
rejected by the recreation board.
YMCA wanted to mimic other such
partnerships 'around the nation
between YMCAs and local
government recreation programs.
According to the proposal. those
collaborations result in cost savings,
improved programing and the ability
to serve more people, but City
Manager Ken Sauer said the proposal
submitted was "lopsided."
According to Tim Blenco, chief
operations officer for North Central
Florida YMCA, the organization has
developed a strong partnership with
the Bradford County School Board
and hopes to do the same with both
city and county governments. YMCA
would have joined its goal of, a

Bradford County facility to the city's
effort to build a new recreation center
on Edwards Road.
"Our Founders Committee feels
strongly that collaboration between
the city of Starke and the YMCA to
build one facility is in the best
interests of the community," Blenco
said. "Not only will .the limited
.resources of both parties not be.
-waslted- .on. the duplication of
construction of two similar facilities,
but combining our resources will
expedite the process considerably."
According to the proposal, once
both entities had agreed on the design,
Starke would have contributed
$650,000 toward the construction
project, money it would earn from
selling the old armory and power
plant properties.
YMCA would have contributed an
equal amount to construct a $1.3
million recreation center that it would
have held title to (although ownership
would have reverted to the city if
YMCA ceased operating in Bradford
County): That's more than the city
anticipates investing in its own center,
plus YMCA would hase funded most
of the cost of a second phase to add a
$11 million pool and aquatic center.
The first phase of the project under
YMCA's proposal would have built a
more complete facility than the city is
planning, adding amenities like an
exercise wellness center.
See YMCA, p. 6A


Hospital celebrates

50th anniversary
The hospital that is now known as Shands
Starke was founded in 1956 and is celebrating its golden
-anniversary this year. ,
This week, a special section of the newspaper is dedicated to
the hospital, so look inside for information about the facility.
The history of the hospital, plus information about the current
staff and services, is included in the publication.
Shands Starke is also planning two special events and is inviting
the entire community to come help celebrate.
On Thursday, March 2, frofi 5-7 p.m. the hospital will host a
special reception in the atrium. Refreshments will be served.
On Friday, March 3, the annual Lillian Stump Community
Health Fair will be held from 8-11 a.m. Free health screenings,
giveaways and a photographic display titled "A Walk Through
Time" will be available to. anyone who wants to drop in.
Screenings for cholesterol, blood pressure, bone density and
pulmonary function will all be available free of charge. A number
of the doctors and specialists affiliated with the hospital will also
be in attendance.
For more information on these events, call (904) 368-2300.

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Volunteers are needed at
Windsor Manor Nursing Home,
602 East Laura Street in Starke,
to assist in the activines
department Hours are tracked


and recorded for community
service hours. Applications are
available at Windsor Manor or
call the actii ity director, 1904)
964-3383. for more information.


Correction
An article on rezoning
requests published last week
mistakenly identified Red Dog
Saloon as The Oasis. We
apologize for the error.

Attend the
Literacy
Summit on
Feb. 28
Everyone involved with
literacy in Bradford County is
invited to attend a special
Literacy Summit on Tuesday,
Feb. 28, at 9 a.m. in the Santa
Fe Community College
Andrews Center boardroom.
Discussion will center
around who is doing what and
how efforts can be combined
to better serve the corfmunity.
Mark Johnson, vice president
of community initiatives for
the United Way of North
Central Florida will be there to
discuss ways the United Way
can help.
For more information, call
Bradford County Library
Director Phalbe Henriksen at
(904) 964-6400.


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Feb. 23, 2006 TELEGRAPH Page 3A



Citizens of Lawtey have been waiting for sewer solution


BY LINDSEY KIRKLAND ,
Telegraph Staff Writer
Documents in the Lawtey
clerk's office show there has
been an interest in a sewer
system since 1994, and talks of
a sewer can be traced back
more than 20 years.
But since Lawtey residents
have seen little progress on the
sewer system since its
groundbreaking on Aug. 26,
2004, the mere mention of the
word sewer is something they
don't'want to hear.
They just want it fixed.
Just this past week, an
ambulance could not make it
down a road in the city because
of. the conditions of the road,
but -this is nothing new to
residents.
Residents along Carter Road
and other roads have been
saying that manholes stick two
to three feet out of the ground,
and unpaved roads constantly
*have their vehicles in the shop.
David Dinkins said his
property on the dirt road is
constantly being flooded, and
the roads are in horrible
condition
"It's the %worst road in the
county," he said.
Dinkins hias done work in the
country of Haiti, which is
'known as a poor country.
"That's what I compare it to,
the roads in Haiti," he said.
Lawtey resident Steve
"Buckey" Griffis said, "I'm a
God-fearing, tax-paying, law-
abiding citizen" who just wants
to work with his city.
Griffis said he was going to
put in a septic tank for his
mobile home in 2001, but the
city said it would soon start
working on a wastewater
system that would benefit him.
He wanted to make it easy
for the city. so he waited. Now
his furnished home is growing
mold. He cannot live in it, he
said. because there is no sewer.
"I don't know what to do,"
he said. "I'm torn up mentally
and emotionally about it."
Because of the lawsuit it is in
with B.A. Wilson Construction
Inc. of Jacksonville, the city
has been reluctant to mess with
roads that were either dug up to
work on the sewer or were


l'sum s. ,
happe .n.I., s yet ',t.o' ,e:.
T e o g n ,ewe. sys., -'
supposed to be paved as part of
the project. The roads cannot
be paved yet, however, because
it would be costly to tear them
up again ,when the sewer work
resumes. When this will
happen has yet to be
determined.
The original sewer system
project was supposed to allow
Lawtey to tap into the
Department of Corrections'
existing pipeline along C.R.
225 and pump its wastewater to
a treatment facility at,Florida
State Prison because the city
does not have its own facility.
Residents were told the
project would eliminate the
need for septic tanks that could
eventually contaminate ground
water.
Funding for the project was
Sgiven'-by the United States
Department of Agriculture's
Rural Development as a grant-
loan combination. Lawtey
qualified for a $1.3 million
grant with a $832,000 loan,
totaling more than $2.1 million
the city received on Aug. 21,
2001 .. : .,
SThe project's engineer,
Jerome Kelley, was contracted
by the Suwannee River Water
Management District to decide
which residents would be
served and where the sewer
lines would go.
The SRWMD also provided
$300,000. to cover the initial
hookup for all businesses and
\ residents that were in Lawtey


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at the time. Kelley completed
final sewer plans on July '1,
2002. .
Other ,project plans and
concerns had to be addressed
after that, and the city opened it
up for bids in November 2003.
B.A. Wilson submitted a bid
for $1,098,408 and all other,
bidders were higher than the
funds the city had for the
project.
Engineer Kelley said he
believed, the company could
not do it'for that amount, and it
would cost at least $2,489,676.
With discussions between
the city of Lawtey and B.A.
Wilson, the contractor's
negotiated price became
$2,053,454. "
Once work commenced on
the project, it was set to be
finished by late August 2005.
There is some dispute
Between the city of Lawtey and
contractor B.A. Wilsoni as to
why work was stopped around
May 2005 with only half of the
project completed.
In a letter to B.A. Wilson and
RLI Surety from Lawtey
Mayor Jimmie Scott, the
bonding company for the
'project, .the city said the
contract had "repeatedly failed
to supply sufficient skilled
workmen or suitable materials
or suitable materials or
equipment to prosecute the
work and complete the contract
construction. Contractor has
abandoned the job and has


County will assist
with Lawtey roads
BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor
Last week, the Bradford
County Commission agreed
help repair roads in the city of.
Lawtey that were left
unfinished when its sewer.
contractor walked off the job.
The roads have been an,
eyesore, a nuissance and a.
public safety hazard ever since
(see related story).
Bradford Counit. rahich
maintained the roads for years


stopped communicating" with
the city and the engineer.
It stated that B.A. Wilson did
not make "prompt payment to
subcontractors," disregarded
the law and violated provisions
in the contract by failing to
complete the project on time
and "by installing portions of
the work not in accordance
with the contract specifications
of common industry
standards."
After, it determined no
suitable action was taken,
Lawtey terminated its contract
'with B.A. Wilson on Jan. 27,
2006.
In a Dec. 29, 2005, letter
from Edward Etcheverry to
Scott. the lawyer for RLI said
they were not in default of their
bond, and they were still
investigating the matter.
SIn a Feb. 1, 2006, letter,
Etcheverry wrote that RLI
denies being in default because
it assumes .the contractor
defaulted, and that has not been
determined yet.'
SWhile all of this was
happening. B.A. Wilson sued
the city on July 14, 2005, in
Duval County for breach of


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Buy tickets for
Women of
Distinction
luncheon
Tickets are available for the
20th annual Alachua-Bradford.
County Women of Distinction
luncheon, 11:30 a.m.-l:30
p.m.- on Tuesday, March 7, at
the Tower Club at the Village,
across the street from Santa Fe
Community College's
Northwest Campus.
For the first time, two
Women of Promise will be
honored at the luncheon. The
women of promise are from
16-21 years of age and have
demonstrated character,
achievement and leadership in
Alachua and Bradford counties. *
The $20 tickets are
donations to cover the cost of
the nonprofit event and are sold
on a first-come-first-serve
basis. 'Tickets should be,
ordered in advance by
contacting Amanda Buzzerd or
Patsy Frenchman at SFCC,
(352) 395-5507, or e-mail
amanda.buzzerd@sfcc.edu or
patsy.frenchman@sfcc.edu.,
The luncheon, has been
sponsored by SFCC from its
inception to celebrate the
achievements of women in the
college's Alachua-Bradford
County service district. The
2006 Women of Distinction
are:
Catherine "Kay" Ayers,
senior vice-president of
member services and human
resources for AvMed Health
Plan; Nina Kessler Cameron,
artistic director of the
Danscompany of Gainesville;
Cynthia Fran.Holm, associate
vice-president of economic
development at. Santa Fe
Community College; Donna
Johnson, director of
information technology at the
University of YFlorida
Warrington College of
Business; and Janie Williams,
member of the School Board of
Alachua County.
The women of promise are
Brittany Cooper, president of
the senior class and National
Honor Society at Bradford
County High School and
Amanda McKenzie, a
University of Florida Honors
Program student with more
than 1,200 hours of public
service during high school.


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prior to the' commencement of.
the sewer project, will begin
working those roads again by
the end of this week or the
beginning of next week,
according to Paul Funderburk,
road department
superintendent.
Lawtey's City Council
requested help from the county
offering to pa\ for materials,
including lime rock, fuel and'
equipment costs. Culverts
were donated by DuPont.
Commissioner Doyle Thomas
said all of the streets belonged
to the city with the exception
of First Street. portions of
whichh lie in both the city and


contract
Lawtey has since
countersued under advisement
from Sikes'and sewer litigation
attorney Don Niesen.
Still, Lawtey residents are
tired of playing the waiting
game.
Griffis has contacted
,.newspapers and. television
stations, as have other
residents, bringing the city
more attention than 'it may
want.
He said, however, that he
does not %ant his problem to
be the center of attention.
"Fix my city," he said. "and
you will fi\ me."
Dinkins and Lawtey resident
. Russell Miscally said manholes
down roads near their homes
stick almost a foot out of the


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progress, and working together is success.
-Henry Ford


NOTICE OF ZONING
CHANGE
.The City Commission of the City of Starke, Florida pro-
poses to amend the text of the City of Starke Land
Development Code, hereinafter referred to as the Land
Development Code, as shown on the map below, as
follows:
LDR 06-1, an application by City Commission, to amend
the text of the Land Development Code by amending
Section 4-99,3, entitled Uses Permitted by Special
Exception in Community Commercial District, by adding
new residential uses in conjunction with a commercial
use as a permitted use and by amending Section 4-99C,
entitled Prohibited Uses and Structures, by deleting new
residential uses.
.. .... .. CITY OF STARKE




















A public hearing concerning the amendment will be held
by the City Commission to consider the enactment of
ordinance to adopt the amendment on March 7, 200,6 at
7:00 p.m., or as soon thereafter as the matter can be
heard, in the City Commission Meeting Room, City Hall
located at 209 North Thompson Street, Starke, Florida.
The title of said ordinance reads, as follows:
ORDINANCE NO. 2006-0469
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF STARKE,
FLORIDA, AMENDING THE TEXT OF THE CITY OF
STARKE LAND DEVELOPMENT CODE; RELATING
TO AN AMENDMENT TO THE TEXT OF THE LAND.
DEVELOPMENT CODE, PURSUANT TO AN
APPLICATION, BY THE CITY COMMISSION;
AMENDING SECTION 4-99B.3., ENTITLED USES
PERMITTED BY SPECIAL EXCEPTION IN
COMMUNITY COMMERCIAL (B-2) DISTRICT,
ADDING NEW RESIDENTIAL USES IN
CONJUNCTION WITH A COMMERCIAL USE;
AMENDING SECTION 4-99C, ENTITLED
PROHIBITED USES AND STRUCTURES, BY
DELETING NEW RESIDENTIAL USES; REPEALING
ALL ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT; AND PROVIDING
AN EFFECTIVE DATE
The public hearing may be continued to one or more
future dates. Any interested party shall be advised that
the date, time and place of any continuation of the public
hearing shall be announced during the public hearing
and that no further notice concerning the matter will be
published.
At the aforementioned public hearing, all interested par-
ties may appear to be heard with respect to the amend-
ment on the date, time and place as stated above.
Copies of the amendment are available for public
inspection at the Bradford County-City of Starke Zoning
Department located at 945 North Temple Avenue, North
Wing, Starke, Florida, during regular business hours.
All persons are advised that if they decide to appeal any
decision made at the above referenced public hearing,
they will need a record of the proceedings, and that, for
such purpose, they may need to ensure that a verbatim
record of the proceedings is made, which record
includes the testimony and evidence upon which the
appeal is to be based.


the county.
Thomas said the county has
always assisted in grading
Lawtey streets because the city
doesn't have the equipment or
manpower to do it alone.
"Some of the streets were
flooded out," Thomas said.
"They had 3-foot holes in them
and they were full of water and
you couldn't see how deep
they were to know how much
lime rock or sand or whatever
was needed."
Funderburk said he is
committing four operators to
the job who will repair the din
and lime rock roads and repair
or replace culverts.
ground. The only notification
to driver's of this hazard in the
road is an orange cone on one
side of the manhole cover. At
night, the two said this is not
safe for, drivers who are
unfamiliar with the road.
The city has said it is getting
workers back on the job, but
Griffis said he has been:hearing
that for three months.
With all of the complaints
from residents, it seems as if
they and the city will still ha\e
to wait and see what will
become of the sewer system
project.
Griffis said he does not
know where the project is
headed, but he feels his pursuit
of happiness has "w ent down
the sewer line,"
That is if there was one.








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Students making straight A's in the eighth grade at Bradford Middle
School were (front, 1-r) Steven Twiford, Christina Jordan, Cassie
Coolidge, Steven Yeauger, (back, I-r) Kaltlyn Luke, Keona Simmons,
Tricia O'Qulnn, Adam Farlow and Ryan Kirchaine. Not pictured: Marjorie
Carney, Trisha Dobbs, Lashaun Kelly and Jamie Padgett.


BMS seventh-graders making straight A's for the second nine weeks
were (front, I-r) Rosa London, Courtney Jamison, Victoria Pinkston,
Stefanie Jones, Laquisha Williams, Melissa Zelnar, (back, I-r) Maxon
Johnson, John dClark, Jordan Dyal, Amber Milner, Anquil Jackson,
Latasha Smith and Samantha Williams. Not pictured: Patricia Carney,
Jody Hart, Courtney Sexton and Megan Starnes.


Straight A's for Lawtey Community School were Jamie Loznicka (second,-
grade), Jessica Loznicka, Monet Moore (both in -fifth, grade), fylee
McClellan (second grade) and Stephen Selph (fourth grade).


Daughters
offering $750
scholarship
The Colonel Samuel Elbert
Chapter of the National
Society Daughters of the
American Revolution are
offering a $750 Betty Warren
Memorial Scholarship to
eligible applicants.
The scholarship is a tribute
to the life of Betty Eileen
Warren. Warren was a long-:
time resident of Starke who
was devoted to many
community activities,
including leadership roles in
the Daughters of the American_
--R evlution, the Starke
Woman's Club, the Hospital
Auxiliary and First Baptist
Church of Starke. .
Warren was born in 1924 in
rural West Virginia, bne of six
daughters in her --family.
Growing up during the
Depression, she had little
opportunity or encouragement
to achieve an-, advanced
education.
She found a way to attend
the University of West
Virginia for a short time but
soon left to join the wartime


work force .with the FBI in
Washington, D.C. While she
never found the opportunity to
-return to college full time, her
love of books was a constant
reminder to all that she
cherished and valued lifelong
learning.
This scholarship is a fitting
tribute to her life, Warren
would be honored to know that
in her memory she was able to
provide an "investment in
hope" for deserving students.to
achieve their dreams of a
college degree. m :
Applicants must have
completed their freshman. ear.
(24 credits) ai' Santa" Fe
Community College and must -
be studying in "Mo6 of three
areas: American history,
nursing or education. A
minimum 3.0 GPA is required,
and students must be planning
to complete their sophomore
year at SFCC. The scholarship
is only available to U.S.
citizens and Florida residents
who live in the Starke/Santa
Fe area.
Application packets are
available at the SFCC
Andrews Center in Starke.
Once completed, they should
be returned to that office in


person or by mail. Deadline is
March 31.
Meeting set to
establish new
American


Sixth-grade straight A's


Legion Post Ricker, Chauncey Goodr
A group is looking for a few Erin Akers, Ashley ,Spell
.good veterans to form a new Brandon Ireland.
American Legion Post. The
group will meet at 731 N.
Ping St. on Friday, Feb. 24,
from noon to 2 p.m. <. A diabetes support group meets
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for BMS were (front, I-r) Casey Cloud, Hannah
man, Kelsey Reddish, Caley Barber, (back, I-r)
I, Ryan Atkinson and David Rezaei. Not pictured:



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Kiwanis TKs announced at Southside


Terrific Kids for January at Southside Elementary School are (I-r): first row, Kaleb
Patterson, Seth Christy, Taro Ward, Dartez Riley, Isaac Davis and Semya Crumitie;
second row, Derek Trice, Tyler Fugatt, Holden Mullins, Nahjzai Williams, Clare Wells,
April Wood, Summer Wilson and Steven Toms; third row, Corey Robinson, John,
Baier, Ashley Smith, Natalie Kushmaul, Cody Jones, Chrishe Cummings, Cameron
Lunn and Marquese Chandler; fourth row, Allen Podjeko, Jacob Slayton, Danique
Hudson, Mackenzie Gault, Angel Wells, Brittany Thornton and KeAaris Ardley. The
Terrific Kid program is sponsored by the Starke Kiwanis Club.


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Hazel Carlton

Hazel Carlton

is 102
On Feb. 18, 2006, Hazel
Crosby Carlton celebrated her,
102nd'birthday.
Born on this date in 1904
near Greensboro in Gadsden
..Counti. Hazel began teaching'
school at the age of 16. She,
taught in Gadsden, Levy and
Marion counties.
In -92,.9-'-Hazel '-marri'd-
Brooker farmer Hugh Butler
Crosby. .Their five children
were all born in Brooker.
When the children were all
in school, Hazel was a


substitute teacher in Brooker,
Graham.. and New River
schools.
Hugh Crosby died at 47. At'
the time of his death, he was
serving as chairman of the
..Bradford. County School
Board. Hazel was appointed by
the governor to complete his.
unexpired term.
Later Hazel matried The
Rev. Ressie Carlton of
Brooker. a widower and the
father of four teenage children.
She worked in his church
teaching Sunda. School, Bible
School and playing piano.
After Re\. Carlion's death in
1966, Hazel moved to Starke.
She was active at First Baptist
Church teaching Sunday
School and playing the piano
there and babysitting her
grandchildren. '.
When she gave up driving,
she moved back to the "home
place" at Brooker near three of
;her children. Hazel, spent many.
years cooking meals for her
family (14 grandchildren and
36 great-grandchildren), baby-
sitting and crocheting items for
family and friends.
---Wl-en -eyesight -firmitted.
Hazel enjoyed crossword' and
number puzzles.
Since 2004 Hazel has
resided at Bradford Terrace.'


CHURCH

Greater Allen Chapel AME annual Shrove Tuesday Pancake
Church, 746 Pine St. in Starke Supper at the church on Tuesday,
mill host its Founder's Day Feb. 28, from.5:30-7 p.m.
programm on Sunday, Feb. 26, 3- Donations is $4 per adult, $2 per
I p.m. Call 964-6995 for child 3-7 years, under 3 eat free.
information. Proceeds go toward the outreach
C and programs. There will also be
'irst Christian Church in a drawing for an Afghan
.tarke will host !'Essentials of crocheted by Dolly Spiers:
discipline, a video seminar
om Focus on the Family. Grace Community Fellowship
registrationn is $10 which of Starke will celebrate its
includes workbook, dinner and seventh anniversary on the.
iild care. The seminar begins grounds of the new church
tuesday, Feb. 28. For building. Gospel groups "Pure
formation or to register,* call Heart" and "New Gathering"
e church at 964-6100. will perform. The event will be
2-6 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday
victory Revival Center, U.S. at 10 a.m. The building is located
) 1,3 miles north of Starke, approximately I mile east of
ill present Dove Music Starke on S.R. 16. For.
cording artists The Shepherds information, call (904) 964-
concert at 7 p.m. on 7208.
iursday .Feb. 23. The public is
vited. Call (904) 964-2526 for Grace baptist Church, 1339 SE
formation. C.R. 100A in Starke will have a
S. gospel sing on Saturday, March
he Advance Directives 11. There' will be a pot luck
workshop has been supper at 6 p.m. Bring a covered
scheduled for Saturday, Feb. dish and stay for the sing. For
i, from 10-1 1:30 a.m. at Mt. information call (904) 964-5656.
ion A.M.E. Church in
iwtey. It is sponsored by First United Methodist
aven Hospice of North Church, 200 N. Walnut St. in
central Florida. If you can't Starke will host Beth Moore
eak for your self, who..will? Bible study for women,
'hat's a Living Will? What's a "Breaking Free," on Thursdays
!alth care surrogate, What do at 9:30 a.m. Call (904) 964-6864
ey do? Are there special for information.
rms to complete and where First Baptist Church of
n I find them? The public is Raiford will host a gospel
vited. concert featuring the Georgians
Mark's Episcopal Church, on Sunday, Feb. 26, 11 a.m. An
2 N. Church St., will hosts its offering will be taken.



HS class of '56 plans reunion


The Bradford High School
iss of 1956 is planning its'
th class reunion for 'Friday
d Saturday, April 7 and 8.
Reservation forms have been
tiled and should be returned
soon as possible.
If you are a 1956 grad and


did not receive a reservation
form or if you know the
whereabouts of Babs Lance,
Christine Roberts, Patsy Grew,
Kenny Sue Brice or Sylvia
Anders, contact Linda Johns
Allen at (904) 966-2306 or
lallen@atlantic. net.


UMW study
and train for
new year
Starke First United NMethodist
Church hosted the mission
4tudy "Children of the Bible"
last Thursday for 37 members.
United Methodist Women
(UMW) from Hawthorne,
Lawtey, Keystone Heights and
Starke participated in the study
led by Laurie Mullins and
Eugenia Whitehead.
Members of Starke First and
Lawtey Grace UMW attended
leadership training in
Jacksonville at Ortega UMC in
January. The first event for the
newly formed Northeast
Florida 'District, a total of 85:
unjts are included. -
Attending were Dimple,
Overstreet, Eugenia Whitehead,
Laurie Mullins, Verna
Schmidt, .Carolyn. Eaves,.
Shellee Priest, Elaine
Steinmeyer, Betty Williams
and district nomination
committee' member. Andrea
Waterhouse.'
Local UMW officers for 2006
were installed at the December
Membership Tea. President
Eugenia WhiteHead, secretary
Eoline Underhill, treasurer
Dimple Overstreet and
committee chairmen Laurie
Mullins,' Oleeta Overstreet,
'Joyce Thompson, Verna
Schmidt, Phyllis Rosier,
Evelyn Womack, .Debby
Anderson, Mary Andrews, June
Thornton, Sarah Crawford,
Denise Adams, Lila Sellars and
Carolyn Eaves.
Recognition was. given to
Jeannette Abbott for her
service as membership
chairman, to Bob Kerce for his
service to UMW, to Joyce
Thompson for her service as
president.
In i975 members of UMW
decided to honor past members
by using their name with a
group number. All those
honored have been dedicated,
loyal .and faithful members of
Women's Society of Christian
Service. and/or UMW. Many
served as presidents,
circle/group leaders and active
members 'of the executive
committee. After 15 years the
names are retired and the
groups are re-named.
Selected for 2006 were former
members Harriett Ritch
Richarde, Gladys Reddish
Green, Bernice Huggins and
. Evalyn Ritch.



Rebekah
Jackson
makes fall
Dean's List
Rebekah Jackson, daughter
of the Rev. and Mrs. Frederick
,A. Jackson of Starke, was
named to the Dean's List at
Pensacola Christian College
for academic achievement
'during the 2005 fall semester.
This was a result of earning a
B average or higher.
Pensacola Christian College
is a liberal arts college
enrolling students from every
state in the U.S. and more than
70 foreign countries. Pensacola
Christian, College has. an
enrollment of approximately
4,700 students in its
undergraduate and graduate
programs and offers more than
90 programs of study.


We love you verymuch Zach-manI
Mama,.Daddy, Bella
all ofyourfamily


'Moments of
Honor'
recipients
announced
On Feb. 19, the Christian
Missionary, Literary and
Cultural Society presented,
"Moments of Honor" to the
following. The event took
,place in the Fellowship Hall of
Mount Moriah United
Methodist Church. .
Civil rights: Herman
Johnson, Glennis Solomon,
Evelyn Banks, Diane Chandler,
Mae Frances Jenkins. Elizabeth
Walker. Irene Jelson, Alice
Anderson, C.C Anderson,
Robert Scott, Annie B.
Ainderson, Louise Broxton,
Bertis Robinson, Sarah Morris.
Humanitarian: Mary Lee
Shaw, Queen Alberts, Ethel
Hall, Pastor A.J. Simmons,
Geneva Brown, Ollie M.
Cummings, Elaine Lee, Mack
Lee. Mary McCloud.
The .young "3-some" for-
Civil Rights: Carolyn Brown,
Lynda Brown, Bernard Bro'wn.
Spiritual and Moral'
Supporters: Deacon Prince,
Sarah Prince, Rebecca Allen.
Jacquelyn Marshal Brown, Mae
Frances Jenkins, Irene Jelson,
Elizabeth Walker, Elizabeth
Dean, Horace Dean.
An Unusual "Mama": Inez,
'Diggs. ; '
Scholarly Scholars and,
Leadership: Wyatt Parker, John
Diggs, Noni Pullum

Happy 2nd Birthday
Zachary Perkins!
FEBRUARY 20. 2006


A Vision Acted Upon:.
Pastor Brantley. A scholar
above scholars, first African
American assistant
superintendent also received
the Lewis State Scholarship for
his B.S. degree; served many.
years as a principal of Bradford
Schools and community
servant: Jessie James Moore Jr.
Education Supporter: Marion
Dell, Alma Jenkins, Fannie
King.
Support Churches:
Bethlehem' Freewill Baptist
Church, Church of God in
Christ. "
Religious Leaders
Recognized: Gladys Bly,
Deacon L.C. McCutchen.



Register now
for Summer
VPK 2006
' Registration is now open for
the summer Voluntary Pre-K
(VPK) program.
.VPK' is available to the
children of Florida residents
who will be entering-
kindergarten in the fall.
Students must be four years
old by Sept. I, 2005. Students
previously served in the school
}ear VPK program are not
eligible. .
Final determination on
location has not been made but
tentative sites include Starke
Elementary and. Southside
Elementary. '


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and registration for students.
Anyone interested in or
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about the state funded summer
program should attend-one of
these round ups.
Round ups are planned for
Thursday and Friday. March 2
and 3, 9 a.m. until noon.
Parents who have already filled
out..an application should also
attend.
; Parents or guardians should
bring a blue shot record, recent'
physical exam. birth certificate.
social security card for each
child to be enrolled and proof
of the parent's Florida
residency. Florida driver's
license or utility bill are
acceptable.
For more information, call I-
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6039. .



Crosby family
plans reunion
The descendants of Andrew
Crosby will have a reunion on
Saturday, March 4, at ithe
Bradford County Fairgrounds
in Building #3.
The reunion begins. at II
a.m. and dinner will be served
at noon. Family members
should bring a covered dish
and tea to drink.
For information, call (904)
964-9242.






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YMCA
Continued. from

And while the c
would construct a fa
then make it tough
serve as a hurrica
when additional fun
available, the YM(
would have ser
purpose from the sta
displaced homeow
even provide c
services while parent
rebuilding.
All of' the city's
employees' in recreate
have been given a
contract and addition
with YMCA. The c
have continued to
funds toward r
programs at current
three years', with
providing those sert i
cWt'; behalf. and
would have used
market stud) to im[
expand current prog
city would hate ap
representative to
local advisory board
it had a voice in tht
evolution of re
services.,
After three yeai
could have started sc.
its contribution until
costs were complete
by YMCA revenue.
The city m
characterization
proposal was critic
idea of turning the c
recreation facility
YMCA, supple
YMCA's budget,
uncertain future
recreation employee
YMCA's two-year co
"As we saw it, it
lopsided and all thou
best to reject their
keep what we have,
affordable programs
children of this con
Sauer said.
Sauer also
YMCA's relations
other local gove
saying former city"r
employees :from Hi
were let go after their



STRAP
Continued from

The transportation p
responsible for assist
those who need help
- medical appointments
This year's $113,5
for the transportation
represents an 8 perc
the money previously
for this county
Medicaid once had
ceiling for billion
Pearson said that e
years ago when eac
was given an ir
allocation of funds
Counties like Brad
had historically not
on the transportation
were given smaller a
and are now being
because of that.
"Some counties t
and spend and spend
with a lot more mo
with less people,"
said. "By us having
rate in. place three
and not overspent
money, now we're
because of it."
As Commission
Cooper pointed o
figures supplied by
Bradford receives ,.
$20 per eligible pers
County receives $3
County receives aIr
but Suwannee Count
$179 per person.
The Transp
Disadvantaged Boarn
to request local funds
county and city o
before possibly h
reduce the level o
available to those elig
County Commissio
Lewis wanted to kno
reduction in service
mean, Pearson said
eight trips a v
Gainesville, there ma
three trips a week.
are full during those
so 14 or more doct
might be lost each we
Commissioner


contract ended. IHe. said he' -city." he said.
believed Alachua County was "It is interesting that 'Mr.
also trying let go its contract Sauer called the proposal
p. 1A with YMCA. 'lopsided' since we never got
Blenco said the single into the negotiating process'. I
:ity's plan employee YMCA hired from assure you that we are open to
cility now, Hawthorne resigned after 18 discuss all items and eager to
enough to.. months to seek a higher paying have an opportunity to address
ne shelter position, but still volunteered the recreation board, a step that
ds became :.with the organization and we never reached before being
CA center 'offered' input .onr'' his told that the.% were not
ved that replacement. At' the .time, interested," Blenco said. In
irt to. assist YMCA signed a contract with fact, Sauer canceled a meeting
vners and Hawthorne, the city could no with YMCA in November,
-hild-care. longer afford to operate saying the recreation board
ts focus on recreation programs within its wasn't interested in the
budget, Blenco said. proposal. It was never taken to
full-time With regard to YMCA's the city commission.
tion would contract with Alachua County, As for providing affordable
two-year it will end in September of this.. programs to the community, he
ial training year. Blenco said Alachua said that's exactly what
,ity would County is switching its focus YMCA does.
contribute from "soft recreation" "We hae a scholarship
recreation programs to more funding for program that provides
levels for parks. YMCA's board decided financial assistance to those
YMCA against tiring to manage the 'who need it and ne\er turn
ices on the 25 percent cuts over four years people away due to their
J VMCA the count\ mandated. YMICA inability to pay set fees. In
its qwn has handled programs in 2005, the North Central
prove and Alachua County for 18 years. Florida YMCA provided close
rams. The Although funding was set at to $750,000 in financial
'pointed a $401,500 for the last six years, assistance to. children and
YMCA's YMCA still managed to families, over $82,000 of:
to ensure increase programs and. which was utilized in Bradford
e ongoing participation, Blenco said. County," Blenco said.
creation "What is interesting rhen Since coming to Bradford,
'considering Mr. Sauer's YMCA has established a
rs, Starke comments is, that'the. majority wellness center, started after-
aling back of the municipalities are school programs at different
operating contacting us to operate their school sites and conducted a
y covered, programs on a contractual successful summer program as
basis once our (Alachua well. It originally explored a
manager's County) contract-ceases. The, combined recreation and
of the most recent is the city of conference facility with the
al of the Alachua, where we entered. Tourism Detelopment Council
completed into an agreement to operate before both parties agreed a
over to after-school programs' at a joint venture was not feasible.
meeting local school and full day child- Blenco' said YMCA still
and an care programs at the city plans on building a facility in
for city recreation center when school Bradford County and will
,s beyond is out. Other cities such as begin a capital campaign later
ntract. Archer, Waldo, Micanopy and &his year.
wvas a bit Jonesville are in "We have enjoyed serving
ght it was communication with us at the Bradford County and will
offer and moment as we brainstorm continue to do so," Blenco
which is options before the next fiscal said. "We have been warmly
s for the year," he said. welcomed by so many
imunity," /'Blenco indicated that some community members and
future agreement with Starke groups like the school board
criticized may be possible as well. that we believe there is nothing
lip with "We are still hopeful that but good things to come for the
rnments, both parties will be able to sit Bradford County.YMCA."
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YMCA meeting

is Feb. 23
The Bradford County YMCA'
Founder's Committee meets
the fourth Thursday of each
month at 5:30 p.m. in. the
Family Service Center, 611 N.
Orange St.
The next meeting will be
Thursday, Feb. 23, and anyone
interested in becoming
involved is invited to attend.


in reference to collaboration on
recreation programming in the


Chandler said Jones
Convalescent is operating at a
loss. One fear is that without a
rate increase,- Jones won't be' "
able to continue and the county
would have to .seek a new
vendor, Chandler said. In the
meantiine, there would be'no.
one to make thosA transports.
The local transportation
program is also up against a
lack of cooperation from
Meridian Behavioral
Healthcare in'Lake City, which
Chandler said refused to allow
' two patients taken there four
times a week to be taken to
Gainesville instead, a move
that would have saved more
than $700 a week. Chandler
and Cooper suggested that the
county's contribution to
Meridian's budget could be'
used as leverage in that
dispute.
There are several steps to
.getting a rate increase
approved, including' a final
hearing before. the statewide
Transportation Disadvantaged
Commission, so it could be
months before an increase is
approved. County
commissioners worried that a
contribution from them 'could
backfire, resulting in no rate
increase for the program
because of the addition, of local
government funds.
With no obvious source to
pull funds from, the county
commission stopped short of.
offering financial support at
this time, and a financially
strained city budget caused
Starke to do the same. Pearson
will gather more information
for local leaders and future
meetings may turn out
differently.
In the meantime, Jones.
Convalescent manager Laura
Crews is worried what will
happen to those served by the
program.
"The services that we
provide are services to some of
the most needy people in the
community," she said,
including dialysis patients and
sick children with no other
way to get to their doctors.


Get tax help at

the library
Tax help is now available at
the Bradford County Public
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.


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Pictured above are Santa Fe Community College dancers Jessica Mayhew,
Joanna Levine, Stacey Readout, Meaghan Woods, Alessandra Coste and
Heather Collier. They will appear in the one-night-only performance at Bradford
High School. Pictured below is Alberto Alonso, one of the choreographers whose
work will be presented.

Dance Theatre Santa Fe !

presents

'Elements of Style 2006'
Santa Fe Community College's Dance Theatre Santa
Fe will perform "Elements of Style 2it I(" one night only,
7:30 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 25, at the Bradford County
High*School Auditorium. The performance is presented
by: the SFCC Bradford County Spring Art House
Patrons.
The evening will feature new works' by Master Artist-
.in-Rcsidcncc Alhcrto Al,in,o and SFCC faculty Suzanne
Barroso. and ne, aorks and %ol performances by guest
arlitis Janis Bfenncr and P'-ier Kalivas.
.During intermission, there will be a two-minute trailer
from "Dancing in Freedom Shoes." a documentary film
that is being produced about the life of Alonso.
Admission is.$5 for.SFCC Spring Arts Patrons and $9
for the general public. Complimentary tickets are
available for Bradford County students through their
school office. Tickets are available at the. SFCC Andrews
Center, (904) 964-5382.


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physician to perfect the hydro-coil technology that can help prevent aneurysms from causing ,
strokes. This advancement has already saved the lives of hundreds of patients. Meaning that
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Feb. 23, 2006 TELEGRAPH Page7A


Stormwater

workshop in

Alachua Co.
The Alachua County
Environmental Protection
Department is hosting a free
stormwater pond workshop for
interested citizens,
neighborhood associations.
homeowner associations and
businesses, or people whose
wdrk may be affected by
pohds, such. as
laxidscapers. You may join
them on Saturday, February
26, at 9 a.m. for this free
workshop. Lunch will be
pro% ided for all attending.
The workshop will have
both a classroom component
and hands-on activity. It will
.bei' held at the Matheson
Museum in the morning, with
the hands-on activity taking
place at the pond on Southwest
Siith Street and Southwest
Fifth Avenue in the
*afternoon.
New approaches to
stormwater ponds that have a
greater emphasis on water
quality, wildlife habitat, and
ecological diversity will be
explored. The purpose of the
pond workshop is to help
regulators, the building
community\, and citizens
improve water quality and the.
biological diversity of
stoirnwater ponds. In recent
yeqrs, much has been learned
about the value of stormater
pods and their ability to



LEGALS

S ITEM I
ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS
Sealed bids for roadway construction
on:'!
t- Wilson Road
will e received by Bradford County
Cor mission at the office of the Clerk
' in tarke until 4:00 p.m. Daylight
Saings Time, March 2, 2006. Bids
wrille opened and then publicly read
atoil.
The.. CONTRACT DOCUMENTS,
corgisting of Advertisement for Bids,
Inf4bnation for Bidders, Bid, Bid
Bond, Agreement, General
Conditions, Supplemental General
Conditions, Payment Bond,
Specifications, and Addenda may be
examined at the following locations:
Owner: Bradford County
Courthouse
Clerk's Office
U.S. 301,
Starke, FL 32091
Engineer: Dyer, Riddle, Mills &
-Precourt, Inc
4110 SW34th SL.
Suite 8,
Gainesville, FL 32608.
Copies of the CONTRACT
DOCUMENTS may be obtained at
the office of the Engineer located at
4110 SW 34th Street, Suite 8,
Gainesville, Florida 32608, upon
payment of $60.00.for each set. No
refund will be made for the
CONTRACT DOCUMENTS.
Construction time is 150 days. BASE
BID includes constructing 0.5 mile of
asphaltic concrete road, earthwork,
/drainage works, testing, surface
course, striping, grassing and
signage. Bidder shall visit site prior to
submission of bid to gain
understanding of the extent of work.
2/16 2tchg. 2/23
PUBLIC AUCTION
RON DENMARK MINI STORAGE
will hold a Public Auction on Friday,
Feb.-24, 2006 at 10 a.m. at 2117 N.
Temple Avenue, Starke, FL on the
following storage unit-containing
personal items:
#62 Belonging to J. Gowens
#15 Belonging to A. Barr
2/162tchg.2/23
PURCHASE ASSISTANCE
PROGRAM
Bradford County Community
Development is pleased to announce
the availability of purchase
.assistance funds. The funds will be
available to help pay the down
payment and/or closing costs
associated with the purchase of a
home in Bradford County. .The
estimated total allocation $112;000
will be divided among applicants on a
first ready, first served basis.
Mobile homes and rental property are
not eligible.
Financial assistance provided by this
program will be in .the form of a
second mortgage,
Applications will be available March
24th througI. April 24th at the
following location: Bradford County
Community Development Office
located at 925-E North Temple
SAvenue in Starke, Florida.
Contact Foncie Carver or Angela
Macey at (904) 966-6382, TDD (904)
S966-6161 for more information.
This program is open to all without
regard to race, color, sex, abe,
handicap, religion, creed', familial
status, or national origin.
2/231 ltchg.
PUBLIC NOTICE
CONCERNING FAIR
HOUSING
On January 7, 1991, the Bradford
MCounty Board of County
.Commissioners, Bradford County,
Florida adopted Ordinance No. 90-11,
which established the policy of the


County to promote equal opportunity
o obtain adequate housing by all
persons, regardless of race, color,
aligion, sex, familial status, handicap
,r national ongin
his ordinance is available for public
section at the Office of the
community y Development Director
.cated at 925-E North Temple
avenue, Starke, Florida 32Q91
,onday through Friday between the
ours of 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m.
--y aggrieved person may file a
'mplaint of a housing discrimination
t with the:
Florida Commission of
Human Relations
325 John Knox Road, Bldg. F,
Suite 240
Tallahassee, FL 32303-4149
Or
U.S. Department of Housing and


improve water quality. Dr..
Mark Clark,. IFAS extension
agent for wetlands and water
quality and an assistant
professor in the UF Soils and
Water Science Department, is
one of the leaders in this field
and will' conduct the
workshops. *
This is a great opportunity
for all to learn new ideas and
methods regarding stormwater
ponds.
You must be registered to
attend by Feb. 24.' Please e-
mail Fritzi Olson at
aar@currentproblems.org or.
call her at (352) 264-6827 to
register' or for more
information.

ACLS

recertification

offered at

Shands
An advanced cardiac life
support recertificaion course
will be offered at Shands
Starke on Friday, March 10,
from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
The course is free to Shands
Starke employees, but $150.
for all others. To register,
contact Billie Engskow 'at
(904) 368-2300, ext. 254.


Pop Warner' football board
-A.- 1 Iih thiU d


meeiings ure tniu ei
Tuesday of each month
Family Service Center
Street in Starke from'


h at the
r on Orange
7-8 p.m.


Urban Development
451 Seventh Street, S.W.
Washington, D.C. 20410
Toll-freeTelephone: 1-800-424-8590
To request information or assistance
locally you may contact Angela
Macey, Community Development
Director, or telephone (904) 966-
6382.
2/231 ltchg.
NOTICE OF PUBLIC
HEARING CONCERNING A
VARIANCE AS PROVIDED
FOR IN THE BRADFORD
COUNTY LAND
DEVELOPMENT
REGULATIONS
BY THE BOARD OF
ADJUSTMENT OF BRADFORD
COUNTY, FLORIDA, NOTICE IS
HEREBY GIVEN that, pursuant to the
Bradford County Land Development
Regulations, as amended, hereinafter
referred to as the Land Development
'Regulations, objections,
recommendations and comments
concerning a variance, as described
below, willbe heard by the Board of
Adjustment of Bradford County,
Florida, at a public hearing on March
6, 2006 at 6:30 p.m. or as soon
thereafter as the matter can be neard.
in the County Commission Meeting
Room, North Wing, County
Courthouse located at 945 North
Temple Avenue, Starke, RFlorida. "
V-06-2, a petition "by Steve and
Brenda Reynolds, to request a
Variance e granted as provided for
in Section 12.3.1.2 of the Land
Development Regulations to allow a
variance on side yard setbacks in an
:Agricultural-2 zoning.classification
from required 25 feet side setbacks to
requested 10 feet on south side only,
on property described, as follows:
A parcel of land lying within Section
15, Township 6 South, Range 22
East, being Parcel Number: 02139-0-
00105, being 1.175 acres, Bradford
County, Florida..
The public hearing may be continued
to one or mbre future dates. Any
interested party shall be advised that
the date, time and place of any
continuation of the public hearing
shall be announced during the public
hearing and that no further notice
concerning the matter will be
published, unless said continuation
exceeds six calendar weeks from the
date of the above referenced public
hearing.
At the aforementioned public hearing,
all interested parties may appear to
be heard with respect to the special
exception. ,
Copies of the variance application are'
available for public inspection at the
Office of the Director of Zoning,
Planning and Building, County
Courthouse located at 945 North.
Temple Avenue, North Wing, Starke,
Florida, during regular business
hours.
All persons are advised that if they
decide to appeal any decision made
at the above referenced public
hearing, they will need a record of the "
proceedings, and that, for such
purpose, they may need to ensure
that a verbatim record of the
proceedings is made, which record
includes the testimony and evidence
upon which the appeal is to be based.
2/23 1tchg.
NOTICE OF PUBLIC
HEARING CONCERNING A
SPECIAL EXCEPTION AS
PROVIDED FOR IN THE
BRADFORD COUNTY LAND
DEVELOPMENT
REGULATIONS
BY THE BOARD OF
ADJUSTMENT OF BRADFORD
COUNTY, FLORIDA, NOTICE IS
HEREBY GIVEN that, pursuant to the
Bradford County Land Development
Regulations, as amended, hereinafter
referred to as the Land Development
Regulations, objections,
recommendations and comments
concerning a special exception, as
described below, will be heard by the
Board of Adjustment of Bradford
County, Florida, at a public hearing
on March 6, 2006 at 6:30 p.m., or as
soon thereafter as the matter can be
heard, in the County Commission
Meeting Room, North Wing, County
Courthouse located at 945 North
Temple Avenue, Starke, Florida.
SE-06-2, a petition by Jaruwan Noy
and Donald R. Harrington, to request
a Special Exception be granted as
provided for in Section 4.8.5(7) of the
Land Development Regulations to
allow for home occupation for beauty
shop in a Residential Single Family-1
zoning classification in accordance
with a petition dated January 19,
2006, to be located on property
described, as follows:
A parcel of land lying within Section
17, Township 6 South, Range 22


East, Bradford County
more particularly
follows:
Parcel Number: 0224
containing 1 acre mor
The public.hearing ma
to one or more futu
interested party shall I
the date,.time and
continuation of the p
shall be announced di
hearing and that no
concerning .the ma
published, unless sai
exceeds six calendar
date of the above refi
hearing.
At the aforementioned
all interested parties
be heard with respect
exception.
Copies of the spec
application are avail
inspection at the Office
of Zoning, Planning
County Courthouse I
North Temple Avenui
Starke, Florida. du
Business hours
All persons are advis
decide to appeal any
at the above refer
hearing, they will need
proceedings, and tl
purpose, they may n
'that a verbatim re
proceedings is made
includes the testimony
upon which the appeal

PUBLIC AUC
RON DENMARK MIl
will hold a Public Auct
March 10th. 2006 at
2117 N Temple Aven
on the following
containing personal iite
# 14 D. Vollmer
#82- P Jackson


'NOTICE OF IN'
TO REGIS
FICTITIOUS
PURSUANT TO SEC
Florida Statutes, not
given that the undersig
of Agricultural & Equip
Inc, 10362 Hampton A
32091. sole owner, d
under the firm name o
Agricultural & Equipr
Inc., 10362 Hampton A
32091, intends to
fictitious name under
statute.
Dated this 20th day of
Bradford County

THE CIRCUIT CO
EIGHTH JUDICIAL
AND FOR BRADFOF
CASE N
C
DEUTSCHE BANK NA
TRUST COMPANY AS
TRUSTEE UNDER TH
AND SERVICING AGF
SERIES 2001-A,
SPlaintiff,
vs.
SONJA. DIANNE HUi
Defendantss.
AMENDED NOT
FORECLOSURE
NOTICE IS HERE
:pur.buartr. td'-an Am
Judgment of Mortgage
Nunc Pro Tunc,and F
March 9, 2006 Sale, dat
2006 and entered in C
CA-531 of the Circuit
EIGHTH Judicial Circ
BRADFORD Coun
wherein DEUTSC
NATIONAL TRUST CC
TRUSTEE UNDER TH
AND SERVICING A
SERIES 2001-A, is the
SONJA DIANNE HUG
HUGHES; ROBERT
'MASON; are the Defe
sell to the highest and b
cash at FRONT HA
BRADFORD.
COURTHOUSE, 94
TEMPLE AVENUE,
FLORIDA 32091 at 11
the 9th day of Marc
following described pr
forth in said Final Judgnm
A PARCEL OF LANI
THE WEST ONE-HA
NORTHEAST ONE-Q
THE SOUTHEAST
QUARTER OF SE
TOWNSHIP 7 SOUTH


', Florida. Being EAST, BRADFORD COUNTY,
described as FLORIDA, SAID PARCEL OF LAND
BEING MORE PARTICULARLY
6'-0-03600 and DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: .
e of less.. COMMENCE AT A CONCRETE
ay be continued MONUMENT FOUND AT THE
re dates. Any NORTHWEST CORNER OF SAID
be advised that WEST ONE-HALF OF THE
place of any NORTHEAST ONE-QUARTER OF
public hearing THE SOUTHEAST ONE-
uring the public. QUARTER AND RUN NORTH 88
further notice DEGREES 56 MINUTES 37
matter will be SECONDS EAST ALONG THE
d continuation NORTHERLY ,BOUNDARY
weeks from the THEREOF, 150.59 FEET FOR THE
erenced public POINT OF BEGINNING. FROM
SAID POINT OF BEGINNING
public hearing, THUS DESCRIBED, CONTINUE
may appear to NORTH 88 DEGREES 56
t to the special MINUTES 37 SECONDS EAST,
ALONG SAID NORTHERLY
;ial exception BOUNDARY, 274.00 FEET TO AN
able for public IRON ROD; THENCE SOUTH 12
eof heDirector DEGREES 47 MINUTES. 14
and Building, SECONDS WEST, 171 77 FEET TO
ocated at 945 AN IRON ROD: THENCE SOUTH
e, North Wing. 46 DEGREES 31 MINUTES 45
urnng regular SECONDS WEST, 260.35 FEET TO
AN IRON ROD; THENCE SOUTH
ed that if they 01 DEGREES 36 MINUTES 15
decision made SECONDS EAST.228 75 FEET TO
enced public AN IRON ROD; THENCE NORTH,
a record of the 88 DEGREES 56 MINUTES 37
hat, for such SECONDS EAST, PARALLEL WITH,
eed to ensure SAID NORTHERLY BOUNDARY,
record of the 473.28 FEET TO AN IRON ROD
, which record LOCATED ON THE EASTERLY
y and evidence BOUNDARY OF SAID WEST ONE-
is to be based. HALF OF THE NORTHEAST ONE-
2/23 1tchg. QUARTER OF THE SOUTHEAST
ONE-QUARTER; THENCE SOUTH
ACTION 01 DEGREES 31 MINUTES 49
NI STORAGE SECONDS EAST.283.65 FEET;
tion on Friday. THENCE SOUTH 89 DEGREES 32
10-00 a.m. at MINrJUTES 19 SECONDS WEST,
ue, Starke, FL PARALLEL WITH THE
storage unit SOUTHERLY BOUNDARY OF'
ms- SAID WEST ONE-HALF OF THE
NORTHEAST ONE-QUARTER OF :
THE SOUTHEAST ONE-
2232tchg.3/2 QUARTER, A DISTANCE OF
510 55 FEET: THENCE NORTH 01
TENTION DEGREES 35 MINUTES 41
TER SECONDS.vWEST, PARALLEL,
NAME WITH THE WESTERLY
TION 865.09, BOUNDARY OF SAID WEST ONE-
tice is hereby HALF OF THE NORTHEAST ONE-
ned, The Shop QUARTER OF THE SOUTHEAST
iment Repairs, ONE-QUARTER, A DISTANCE OF
ve., Starke, FL 849 50 FEET TO THE POINT OF
oing business BEGINNING. CONTAINING 5.00
f: The Shop of ACRES OF LAND, MORE OR
ment Repairs, LESS. ':
ve., Starke, FL SUBJECT TO AN EASEMENT FOR
register said INGRESS AND EGRESS OVER
the aforesaid THE NORTHERLY 25.00 FEET
THEREOF.
Feb., 2006, in THE ABOVE DESCRIBED PARCEL
BEING CONVEYED WITH A 25 00
2/231tchg. FEET STRIP OF LAND FOR
INGRESS AND EGRESS
URT OF THE DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS:
L CIRCUIT IN COMMENCE AT' THE
RD COUNTY, NORTHWEST 'CORNER OF THE
FLORIDA ABOVE DESCRIBED PARCEL FOR
0. 05-CA-531 THE POINT OF BEGINNING AND
IVIL ACTION RUN SOUTH 01 DEGREES 35
TIONAL MINUTES 41 MINUTES EAST
S ALONG THE WESTERLY
IE POOLING -BOUNDARY THEREOF 25.00
REEMENT FEET; THENCE SOUTH 88
DEGREES 56 MINUTES'37
SECONDS WEST, PARALLEL
WITH AND 25.00 FEET
GHES, et al, SOUTHERLY OF THE
NORTHERLY BOUNDARY OF
rICE OF THE WEST ONE-HALF OF THE
E SALE NORTHEAST ONE-QUARTER OF
-BY GIVEN THE SOUTHEAST ONE-
ended Final QUARTER WHEN MEASURED
e Foreclosure AT RIGHT ANGLES THEREFROM)
Retaining the 150.59 FEET OF THE WESTERLY
ed February 6 BOUNDARY OF SAID WEST ONE-
'ase NO. 05- HALF OF THE NORTHEAST ONE-
Court of the QUARTER OF THE SOUTHEAST
uit in and for ONEQUARTER; THENCE SOUTH
tvy, Florida 88 DEGREES 39 MINUTES 46
HE BANK SECONDS WEST, PARALLEL
COMPANY AS WITH THE NORTHERLY
IE POOLING BOUNDARY OF THE
AGREEMENT NORTHWEST ONE-QUARTER OF
e Plaintiff and NORTHEAST ONE-QUARTER, A
HES; LEM B. DISTANCE OF 66.04 FEET TO AN
FREDERICK IRON ROD ON THE EASTERLY
ndants, I will BOUNDARY OF THE RIGHT OF
iest bidder for WAY OF COUNTY ROAD 221;
LL OF THE THENCE NORTH 37 DEGREES 42
COUNTY MINUTES 03 SECONDS EAST,
45 NORTI-H ALONG SAID EASTERLY
SSTARKE, BOUNDARY 32.19 FEET TO AN
:00 A.M. on IRON ROD SET ON LAST
h 2006 the NORTHERLY BOUNDARY;
operty as set THENCE NORTH 88 DEGREES 39
nent: MINUTES 46 SECONDS EAST,
D LYING IN 45.59 FEET TO A CONCRETE
.LF OF THE. MONUMENT LOCATED AT THE
QUARTER OF NORTHEAST CORNER THEREOF
ST ONE- (ALSO BEING THE NORTHWEST
ACTION 25, CORNER OF SAID WEST ONE-
1, RANGE 21 HALF OF THE NORTHEAST ONE-


QUARTER OF THE SOUTHEAST
ONE-QUARTER); THENCE
NORTH 88 DEGREES 56
MINUTES 37 SECONDS EAST,
ALONG THE NORTHERLY
BOUNDARY OF SAID WEST ONE-
HALF OF THE SOUTHEAST ONE-
QUARTER OF THE SOUTHEAST
ONE QUARTER, A DISTANCE OF
150.59 FEET TO THE POINT OF
BEGINNING.
TOGETHER WITH 'THAT
CERTAIN MOBILE HOME
LOCATED THEREON, SERIAL
NUMBERS HMST14047AGA AND
HMST14047BGA.
A/K/A 6403 SE 95TH STREET,
HAMPTON, FL 32044.
WITNESS MY HAND and the seal of
this Court on Feb. 15, 2006.
RAY NORMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: Carol Williams
Deputy Clerk
Echevarna. Codilis & Stawiarski
P.O.Box 25018
Tampa, Florida 33622-5018
F05017427
If you are a person with a disability
who needs any accommodation in
order to participate in this proceeding.
you are entitled, at no cost to you, to
,he provision of certain assistance.
Please contact the Clerk of.
Court.Bradford County Courthouse,
Starke, Fla. at 904-964-6280 within 2
working days of your receipt of this
notice; if you are hearing or voice
impaired, call 1-800-955-8771.
2/232tchg.3/2


Relay Services).
Kelley, Kronenberg, Gilmartin,
Fichtel & Wander, P.A.
8201 Peters Road, Suite 4000
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33324
Telephone: (954) 370-9970
Telefacsimile; (954) 472-7782
2/23 2tchg. 3/2
NOTICE OF ENACTMENT OF
ORDINANCE BY THE CITY
COMMISSION OF THE CITY
OF STARKE, FLORIDA
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that an
ordinance amending the City of
Starke Land Development Code, as
amended, which title hereinafter
appears, will be considered for
enactment by the City Commission
of the City of Starke, Florida,
hereinafter referred to as the City
Commission, at a public hearing on
March 7, 2006 at 7:00 p.m., or as
soon thereafter as the matter can be
heard, in the City Commission
Meeting Room, City Hall, located at
209 North Thompson Street, Starke,
Florida. Copies of said ordinance
may be inspected by any member of
the public at the Office of the City
Clerk. City Hall, located at 209 North.
Tnompson Street, Starke, Florida,
during regular business hours On the
date, time and place first above
mentioned, all interested parties' may
appear and be heard with respect to
the ordinance.
ORDINANCE NO. 2006-0469
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF
STARKE, FLORIDA. AMENDING
THUL TErVT OF THIE ITY OF.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OFTHE STARKE LAND DEVELOPMENT
8TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND CODE; RELATING TO AN
FOR BRADFORD COUNTY, AMENDMENT TO THE TEXT OF
FLORIDA THE- LAND' DEVELOPMENT
CIVILLDIVISION CODE, PURSUANT TO AN
CASENO. 05-CA-241 'APPLICATION. BY THE CITY
FRANKLIN CREDIT COMMISSION; AMENDING
MANAGEMENT CORPORATION SECTION 4-99B.3., ENTITLED
Plaintiff, USES PERMITTED BY SPECIAL
Vs.
KEVINSIMMONS, TONYAL. 'EXCEPTION IN COMMUNITY
COMMERCIAL tB-2) DISTRICT,
SIMMONS; UNKNOWN ADDING NEW RESIDENTIAL
PERSONS) IN POSSESSION OF USES IN CONJUNCTION WITH A
THE SUBJECT PROPERTY: BANK COMMERCIAL USE, AMENDING
ONE FINANCIAL; FORD MOTOR SECTION 4-99C. ENTITLED
CREDIT COMPANY: PROHIBITED USES AND
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pursuant to an Order Rescheduling the date, time and place of any
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2006. and entered in Case No. 05- shall be announced during the public
CA-241, of the Circuit Court of the 8th hearing and that no further notice
Judicial Circuit in and for concerning the matter will be
BRADFORD County, Florida. published.
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MANAGEMENT CORPORATION is decide to appeal any decisions made
Plaintiff and KEVIN SIMMONS; at the public hearing, they will need a
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and best bidder for cash in the Lobby Workforce Board will hold a Strategic
of the Courthouse, at 945 North Planning/fleegineering workshop on
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BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA The Executive Committee of the,
Dated this 15th day of February Alachua Bradford Regional
206 y O Workforce Board will hold a meeting
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RAY NORMAN
As Clerk of said Court
By: Carol Williams
As Deputy Clerk
This notice is provided pursuant to
Administrative Order No.2.065.
In accordance with the Americans
with Disabilities Act, if you are a
person with a disability who needs
any accommodation in order. to
participate in this proceeding, you are
entitled, at no cost to you, to
provisions of certain assistance.
Please contact the Court
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Avenue, Rm. 137, Starke, FL 32091,
Phone No. (904)966-6280 within 2
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related to changes in the-Bradford
County School Board Policies. This'
meeting will be held, Monday, March
13, 2006 at 6;30 p.m. at 501 W.
Washington Street, Starke, Fla. in the
School Bpard Meeting Room. The
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Task force gets closer to taking its ideas to the school board


BY LINDSEY KIRKLAND
Telegraph Sfft Writruer
All good things cbme to
those who wait.
Though, after incidents at
Bradford High School sent the
town on high alert and resulted
in several heated town hall
meetings, many in the
community didn't want to
wait. Instead, they decided to
be more proactive.
The BHS task force is made
of parents,, school
administrators 'and teachers,
and community leaders. These
volunteers divided into
separate committees and have
.met after school 'board
meetings.,
.Now after a few meetings.
some of the committee leaders
said they have identified many
of the problems in their
specific groups, whether it be
communication, discipline or
some other aspect of the
school-system..
South.side Elementary
School Principal Bill McRae is
on the communication
.committee and said in an
interview that his group' is
getting closer to taking its
recommendations to the school
board.
"We've had a level of
discussion," he said on
identifying the school's
problems ~ ith effectivelN
communicating with parents
and the public.
He did add, however, that
the group has not been able to
recommend anything official)
to the school board.
"We're 'not to that poirit
yet," he said.
McRae did say it was his
goal to have the "highest level
of communication, between
parents, school and
community."
"It's a massive: issue," he:
said.


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Communication was one of
the things people identified as
a problem with the high school
at the town hall meetings.
The communications
committee.now has to find out
specifically where the
breakdown in this area is
happening.
One issue McRae said they
had .been discussing is the
computerized' calling of
parents.
A computer at the county
office calls home when
students do not show up to
school. The computer has
kicked more than 75 names out
of the system because of
incorrect or., disconnected
home or cell phone numbers.
"Communication goes both
ways," he said, and parents
should try to make sure their
phone number is correct with
the school.
While there are other issues
the committee is looking at,
such as the policies within n the
school system, on
communication, McRae said
the group mainly wants to see
everyone work together to find
a solution.
In the meetings,
participation has not been
where they would like; and he
said he would like to see more
of the community involved.
When they do get to the
point of making
recommendations, McRae
Swants to see them publicized
so the superintendent and the
whole community can respond
to them: This would create the
:forum for' an ongoing dialog,
he said.
McRae said he knows this is
"uncharted territory," but'tries
to stay focused on making the
larger issues better while still
dealing %with the -day-to-day
challenges of his job.
"You never get there, but


Thursday of 'each month.
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Thursday, March 2. The group
meets at Hospice of North
Central Florida in the North
Building Counseling Room,
4305 N.W. 90th Blvd.,
,Gainesille. ,
... To .register or for, more
information contact' Cheryl
Bailey at Hospice of North
Central Florida at (352) 692-
5107 or (800) 727-1889.


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you work to.war'd .i'f all the
time."
On the extracurricular
activities committee of the task
force, Southside Elementary
School's Assistant Principal
Steve Hoard said his group is
. small, but they are trying to
look at how, student activities
,relate to behavior.
"There's a direct
correlation," he said of how
activities in school relate to
school and the whole
community.
Hoard said the\ are not only
focusing on what activities are
or should be available, but


rather the overall aspects and
expectations of coaches and-
student athletes, such as
stressing academics,
displaying .work ethic,
community involvement and
developing a program, not just
a team for the year.
The group is researching
funding, coaches, grants, legal
and ethical responsibilities of
coaches. equity and
community relations. They
have obtained information
from The National Federation
of State, High School
Associations as well.
Hoard said the.\ ;ant a


BY THE CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF
STARKE, FLORIDA, SERVING AS THE LOCAL
PLANNING AGENCY OF THE CITY OF STARKE,
FLORIDA, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that, pursuant to
Sections 163.3161 through 163.3215, Florida Statutes,
as amended, objections, recommendations and com-
ments concerning amendments, as described below, will
be heard by the, City Commission of the City of Starke,
Florida, serving as' the Local Planning Agency of the' City
of Starke, Florida, at public hearings on March 7, 2006 at
6:30 p.m., or as soon thereafter as the matters can be
heard, in the City Commission Meeting Room, City Hall,
located at 209 North Thompson Street, Starke, Florida.
(1) R .051220 A, an application by Cornerstone
Communities Inc.,, as agent for Robert and Laurie
Mullins, Trustees, to amend the Future Land Use Plan
Map of the Comprehensive Plan to change the future
-land use classification from RESIDENTIAL, LOW-
'DENSITY (less than or equal to 2 dwelling units per acre)
to RESIDENTIAL, MEDIUM DENSITY (2 to 8 dwelling
units per acre) on property described, as follows:
A parcel of land lying in. Section 17 and Section 20,
Township 6 South, Range 22 East, Bradford County,,
Florida. Being more particularly described, as follows:
Commence at the Southwest corner of said Section 17;
thence North 00031 '03" East along the Westerly bound-
ary of said Section 17 a distance of 1,319.42 feet; thence
South. 8958'10" East 1,321.99 feet; thence North
12051 '58" West 605.77 feet; thence North 8942'49" East
1,426.19 feet; thence North 21 06'22" West 160.73 feet;
thence North 77607'16" East 377.64 feet to the Westdrly
right-of-way line of said State Road 16; thence South
.17o42'44'' East along the Westerly right-of-way line of
said State Road 16 a distance of 579.16 feet to a curve
. concave to, the ,Northeast ,and having. a radius of,
11,559.16. feet;-thence Soutlieasterly-along the Westerly
right-of-way line of State Road 16 and along the arc of
said curve 295.61 feet as measured along a chord hav-
ing a bearing of South 18026'53l' East; thence South
89042'59" West 124.01 feet; thence South 02915'31"
East 1,040.35 feet; thence South 88020'44" West 293.56
feet to the Easterly boundary of the Southwest 1/4 of said
Section 17; thence South 02057'25" East along the
Easterly boundary of the Southwest 1/4 of said Section
1.7 a distance of 274.77 feet to the Southeast corner of
the Southwest 1/4 of said Section 17; thence South
02041'44" West along the Easterly boundary of the
Northwest 1/4'of said Section 20 a distance of 169.15
feet; thence South 02040'07" West along the Easterly
boundary of the Northwest 1/4 of said Section 20 a dis-
tance of 740.34 feet; thenrce continue South 0240'07"
West along the Easterly boundary of the Northwest 1/4 of
said Section 20 a distance of 171.97 feet; thence North
89007'04" East 440.96 feet; thence South 17013'24" East
177.38 feet; thence South 03o47'33" East 687.40 feet;
thence South 01 17'30" West 150.03 feet to the Northerly
right-of-way line of Gene Drive; thence South 88057'35"
West along the Northerly right-of-way line of said Gene
Drive 109.99 feet; thence South 01 o23'20" West 59.90
feet; thence South 0114'02" West 463.33 feet; thence'
South 89001'41" West 169.68 feet; thence South
00025'16" East 721.49 feet; thence South 89041'12"
West 100.36 feet; thence South 00005'36" East 932.11-
feet; thence South 6131'49" West 378.73 feet; thence
South 02006'25".West 612.02 feet to the Northerly right-
of-way line of County Road 229, said Northerly boundary
being on a curve concave to the Northeast and having a
radius of 2,241.83 feet; thence Northwesterly along said
Northerly right-of-way line of said County Road 229 and
along arc of said curve 17.75 feet as measured along a
chord having a bearing of North 69051'20" West to the
Easterly boundary of the Southwest 1/4 of said Section
20; thence Northwesterly along the Northerly right-of-way
line of said County Road 229 and along the arc of said
curve 662.71 feet as measured along a chord having a
bearing of North 61 008'18" West; thence North 47012'50"
East 206.48 feet; thence North 38059'50" East 394.53
feet; thence North 48010'58" West 981.69 feet; thence
South 45001 '26" West 580.38 feet to the Northerly right-
of-way line of said County Road 229, and a curve con-
cave to the Northeast and having a radius of 2,814.79
feet; thence Northwesterly along the Northerly right-of-
way line of said County Road 229 and along the arc of
said curve 665.55 feet as measured along a chord hav-
ing a bearing of North 34o57'59" West; thence North
27058'44" West along the Northerly right-of-way line of
said County Road 229 a distance of 590.45 feet to the
beginning of a curve concave to the Southwest and hav-
ing a radius of 2,914.79 feet; thence Northwesterly along
the Northerly right-of-way line of said County Road 229
and along the arc of said curve 88.59 feet as measured
along a chord having a bearing of North 28052'42" West;
thence North 0540'20" East 701.22 feet; thence North
12050'52" East 562.08 feet; thence North 0053'23" East
303.62 feet; thence North 05039'54" West 1,338.99 feet;
thence North 8936'09" West 614.29 feet to the Westerly
boundary of said Section 20; thence North 00o38'30"
East along the Westerly boundary of said Section 20 a
distance of 10.03 feet to the Point of Beginning.
Containing 342.29 acres, more or less.


stronger commitment to-
excellence for all of the clubs.
athletics and music programs.
"I'm hoping' to get more
people involved," he said. .
To keep the school informed
of what the extracurricular
group is doing. Hoard said he
gives a summary of each task
force, meeting to Hatcher,
Bradford .High School
Principal Karl Wendell and
Assistant Superintendent Rick
Ezzell..
Not only is the task force
helping BHS, but it is 'also
trickling down into the other
schools, said Hoard.


, At the Feb. 13 meeting..-4o
the committee, Superintendent
Harry Hatcher said one topic
the task force was working on
was the school code of
conduct.
"It's a pretty major. issue,"
he said .
Hatcher said the task force
participation had declined
somewhat since the beginning,
but whether there was tMo or
20 people on the task force, it
did not matter as long as the)
were accomplishig
something.
"I'm still excited about what.
we're doing"


A PORTION OF THE CITY OF STARKE
A portion of Sections 17 & 20, Township 6 South,
Range 22 East, Bradford County, Florida.


... \- --, .,*
R051- o 2 ; --



(2) S 051227 A, an application by Charles R. Edwards
and Dudley P. Hardy, to amend the Future Land Use Plan
Map of the Comprehensive Plan to change the future
land use classification from INDUSTRIAL t6';
RESIDENTIAL, MEDIUM DENSITY (2 to 8 dwelling units
per acre) on property described, as follows: ;- .
A parcel of land lying within Section 33, Township 6
South, Range 22 East, Bradford County, Florida. Being'
more particularly described, as follows: Commence at
the Northeast corner of the Northwest 1/4 of the
Northeast 1/4 of said Section 33; thence South 8959'56"
West along the North line of said Northwest 1/4 of the-
Northeast 1/4 of said Section 33 a distance of 156.43 feet
to the Point of Beginning; thence continue South
89059'56' West along said North line of Northwest 1/4 of
-the Northeast 1/4 of said Section 33 a distance of 410.16,
feet to an iron rod located:on the approximate bank of
Alligator Creek; thence continue South 89o59'56" West'
along said North line of Northwest 1/4 of the Northeast
1/4 of said Section 33 a distance of 225.75 to the center-
line of Alligator Creek; thence along the following courses
of said centerline of Alligator Creek: South 62015'21"
West 136.75.feet;, hence South 6020'22"- West 162.83
feet; ,thence South .66012'53"-West 37.50 feet; thence
.South 72047'58" West 33.01 feet to the Easterly right-of-
way line of State Road 100 (Water Street) located in a
curve concave to the: East having a radius of 2,804.79.,
feet; thence departing said centerline of Alligator Creek.
Southeasterly along said Easterly right-of-way line oft
State Road 100 (Water Street) and long the arc of said
curve as measured along a chord having a bearing of
South 05046'56" East for a chord distance of 5.49 feet to
a jog in said Easterly right-of-way line of State Road 100',
(Water Street); thence South 84o09'42" West along said
jog in Easterly right-of-way line of State Road 100 (Water
Street) for a distance of 10.00 feet to the end of said jog in.
Easterly right-of-way: line of State Road 100 (Water.
Street) being located inr a curve concave to the East and
having a radius of 2,814.79 feet; thence departing said
centerline of Alligator Creek Southeasterly along said'
Easterly right-of-way line of 'State Road 100 (Water;
Street) and .along the arc of said .curve as measured
along a chord having a bearing of South 06"06'14" East
for a chord distance of 26.10 feet to an iron rod located:
on the approximate bank. of Alligator Creek; thence corn
tinue in a Southeasterly direction along said Easterly
right-of-way line of State Road 100 (Waters Street) and:
along the arc of said curve as measured along a chord-
having a bearing of South 0950'02", East for a chord dis.
tance of 340.17 feet; thence South 89018'19" East
570.73 feet; thence North 0152'56" West 199.99 feet-
thence South 89054'56" East 360.00 feet; thence North':
01 052'56" West 344.50 feet to the Point of Beginning.
Containing 9.99 acres, more or less.
A PORTION OF THE CITY OF STARKE
A portion of Section 33, Township 6 South, Range 22
East, Bradford County, Florida.

'S 051227 A







The public hearings may be continued to one or more
future date. Any interested party shall be advised that the'
date, time and place of any continuation of the publics
hearings shall be announced during the public hearings
and that no further notice concerning the matters will bes
published, unless said continuation exceeds six calender.
weeks from the date of the above referenced public:
hearings. 4
At the aforementioned public hearings, all interested par-
ties may appear to be heard with respect to the amend-
ments. Copies of the amendments are available for pub-
lic inspection at the Bradford County-City of Starke
Zoning Department 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
decisions made at the above referenced public hearings,
they will need a record of the proceedings, and that for
such purpose they may need to ensure that a verbatim
record of the proceedings is made, which record includes
the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to
be based.


NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING CONCERNING
AMENDMENTS TO THE CITY OF STARKE
COMPREHENSIVE PLAN


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Feb. 23, 2006 TELEGRAPH Page 9A "


Citizens speak out

on junkyards, horses


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor
SThe county commission may
reduce the size fence required
of nonconforming wrecking
yards and junkyards before a
second and final reading of an
ordinance designed to regulate
th'ir appearance.
A grace period for when the
i'v regulations must be met
miy also be added.
Pete Thornton of Thornton
Auto Salvage has been,
operating his business for 33
years and said the county had
been trying to shut him down
;.the entire time. Thornton
objected to the 8-foot wall or
;fence he would have to erect
under the requirements of the
,ordinance. He said he has a 6-
Ifoot fence that meets the
'state's requirements and that
should be sufficient for the
;county .
"If it satisfied the state of
Florida, whN can't it satisfy
'Bradford County?" Thornton-
asked.
Commissioners agreed they
needed to research what the
state standard is and reconsider
,the 8-foot requirement if it is
:more stringent. They may also:
Reconsider the effective date of
,the new requirements; hearing
ifram other wrecking yard
tqwners that an immediate
electivee date would result in
W hardship. The length of that
!grace period is not yet known.
S:'Changes won't be
;considered for an ordinance
:regulating future wrecking
jyrds locating in the county,
:although the setback
requirementss have been
aiaended to 20 feet from
.id ntiguous property lines.
,Pending a second reading of
ithe ordinance before the
commission, theN will only be
allowed by special exception
:1- industrial zoning districts
iaid must be surrounded by the
48-foot wall, fence or 80
Percent opaque landscape
i buffer. A landscape buffer will
:not be allowed along
*roadways, however. No public.
;comment was made on this
ordinance.
j; That was not the case for. a,
tlh~i~grinacy relaxing .horse
bw nership regulations.
; Zoning Director Nora
Thompson had to clarify that
Ai:" ordinance to allow the
keeping of horses in residential
neighborhoods by special
exception would not affect
agriculturally zoned
landowners, who already have
that right. The new ordinance
would allow landowners in
re idential single family and
mobile home districts to apply
for a special exception to keep
po'more than three horses on a


,Lawtey will
meet March 6
b:The Lawtey City Council
!Will meet at 7 p.m. on
Monday, March 6. The
'meetings are held at Lawtey
City Hall.
'Meetings are open to the
lpulblic, and an agenda is
available in advance. For more
i information, call. (904) 782-
3454.


minimum of five acres. More
horses would require an
additional two acres per herse.
Once that clarification had
been made, the conversation
turned from where to allow
horses to how they are kept.
Kathy Lewis wanted to know
what service, outside of animal
control, residents could contact
regarding cases of borderline
animal abuse;
"If you see somebody that's
got a horse tied to a tree.,with
no food, no water, that's
starving to death ... %hat do
)ou do'? Who do you call?'"
Lewis asked.
Sheriff Bob Milner said-
most of the time his' office
receives those calls, and
veterinarians are called in to
make a judgment on whether
or not a situation constitutes
animal abuse if deputies are
unsure. Those cases can be
impossible to prosecute
without a signed affidavit that
abuse has occurred, he said.
Lewis appealed to the
commissioners' hearts, asking;
if the suffering of a starving
horse was less than that of a
Mtarving person.
"There needs to be someone
to address this, someone who
could maybe give the state
attorney's office a little
training in what is abuse or
starvation and what is not,"
Lewis said.
Other zoning issues before
the board included an
application by the board to,
change the land use of Crystal
Lake Homesiies off of S.R.
100 from agriculture to.
residential in order to prevent
the installation of mobile
homes. Because it is a large-
scale amendment involt ing
more than 10, acres, the
application was forwarded to
the Department of Community
Affairs for comment.
Two applications previously
sent to DCA received final
approval from the county. One
was a commercial land 'use
amendment for Craig Patterson
and Timothy Buffkin for 33
acres at 11163 S. Hwy. 301
just north of C.R. '18. The
other was also an agricultural
land use-amendment for Bryan
- and Arngea Nazworth .for more
than 36 acres off of C.R. 235.
Gregory ,and Suzanne
Borganelli submitted an.
application to convert nearly
six acres at Midway on S.R. 21
from agricultural to
commercial for the possible
construction of a dentist's
office that was supported by
the county commission. Earl
and Shirley York's application
to correct the zoning of the
Red Dog Saloon was also
approved. ;


Starke CC to
meet March 7
* The next meeting of the
Starke City Commission will
be Tuesday, March -7, at 7
p.m.
The meeting is at city hall
and.is open to the public. An
agenda is available in advance
in Ihe office of the city clerk.
For more information, qall.
(904) 964-5027.


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The City Commission of the City of Starke, Florida pro-
poses to change the use of land within the area shown on
the maps below, by amending the Future Land Use Plan
Map of the City of Starke Comprehensive Plan, hereinaft-
er referred to as the Comprehensive Plan, as shown on
the maps below, as follows:
(1) R 051220 A, an application by Cornerstone
Communities Inc., as agent for Robert and Laurie
Mullins, Trustees, to amend the Future Land Use Plan
Map of the Comprehensive Plan to change the future
land use. classification from RESIDENTIAL, LOW
DENSITY (less than or equal to. 2 dwelling units per acre)
to RESIDENTIAL, MEDIUM DENSITY (2 to 8 dwelling
units per acre) on property described, as follows:
A parcel of land lying in Section 17 and Section 20,
Township 6 South, Range 22 East, Bradford County;
Florida. Being more particularly described, as follows:
Commence at the Southwest corner of said Section 17;
thence North 00c31'03" East along the Westerly bound-
ary of said Section 17 a distance of 1,319.42 feet; thence
South 89058'10" East 1,321.99 feet; thence North
12:51'58" West 605.77 feel; thence North 89o42'49" East
1,426.19 feet; thence North 21 06'22" West 160.73 feet;
thence North 77907'16" East 377.64 feet to the Westerly .
right-of-way line of said State Road 16; thence South
17'42'44" East along the Westerly right-of-way line of
said State Road 16 a distance of 579.16 feet to a curve
concave to the .Northeast and having a radius of
11,559.16 feet; thence Southeasterly along the Westerly
right-of-way line of State Road 16 and along the arc of
said curve 295.61 feet as measured along a chord hav-
irig a bearing of South 18'26'53" East; thence South
89'42'59" West 124.01 feet; thence South 02'15'31"
East 1,040.35 feet; thence South 88020'44" West 293.56
feet to the Easterly boundary of the Southwest 1/4, of said
Section 17; thence South 02057'25" East along the
Easterly boundary of the Southwest 1/4 of said Section
17 a distance of 274.77 feet to the Southeast corner of
the Southwest 1/4 of said Section 17; thence South
02041'44" West along the Easterly boundary of the
Northwest 1/4 of said Section 20 a distance of 169.15
feet; thence South 0240'07" West along the Easterly
'boundary of the Northwest 1/4 of said Section 20 a dis-
tance of 740.34 feet; thence continue South 02 40'07"
West along the Easterly boundary of the Northwest 1/4 of
said Section 20 a distance of 171.97 feet; thence North
89"07'04" East 440.96 feet; thence South 17013'24" East
177.38 feet; thence South 03'47'33" East 687.40 feet;
thence South 01 17'30" West 150.03 feet to the Northerly
right-of-way line of Gene Drive; thence South 88'57'35"
West along the Northerly right-of-way line of said Gene
Drive 109.99 feet; thence South 01o23'20" West 59.90
feet; thence South 01014'02" West 463.33 feet; thence
South 89"01'41" West 169.68 feet; thence South
00025'16" East 721.49 feet; thence South 89041'12"
West 100.36 feet; thence South 00005'36" East 932.11
feet; thence South 61 031'49" West 378.73 feet; thence
South 02006'25" West 612.02 feet to the Northerly right-
of-wayline of County Road 229, said Northerly boundary
being-on a-curve-concavelo the Northeast and having a
radius of 2,241.83 feet; thence Northwesterly along said
Northerly right-of-way line of said County Road 229 and
along arc of said curve 17.75 feet as measured along a
chord having a bearing of North 69051'20'' West to the
Easterly boundary of the Southwest 1/4 of said Section
20; thence Northwesterly along the Northerly right-of-way
line of said County Road 229 and along the arc of said
curve 662.71 feet as measured along a chord having a
bearing of North 61008'18" West; thence North 4712'50"
East 206.48 feet; thence North 38059'50" East 394.53,
feet; thence North 48010'58" West 981.69 feet; thence
South 45001'26" West 580.38 feet to the Northerly right-
of-way line of said County Road 229, and a curve con-
cave to the Northeast and having a radius of 2,814.79
feet; thence Northwesterly along the Northerly right-of-
way line of said County Road 229 and along the arc of
said curve 665.55 feet as measured along a chord hav-
ing a bearing of North 34057'59" West; thence North
27058'44" West along the Northerly right-of-way line of
said County Road 229 a distance of 590.45 feet to the
beginning of a curve concave to.the Southwest and hav-
ing a radius of 2,914.79 feet; thence Northwesterly along
the Northerly right-of-way line of said County Road 229
and along the arc of said curve 88.59 feet as measured
along a chord having a bearing of North 28052'42" West;
thence North 05040'20" East 701.22 feet; thence North
12050'52" East 562.08 feet; thence North 00053'23" East,
303.62 feet; thence North 05039'54" West 1,338.99 feet;
thence North 89036'09" West 614.29 feet to the Westerly
boundary of said Section 20; thence North 00038'30"
East along the Westerly boundary of said Section 20 a
distance of 10.03 feet to the Point of Beginning.
Containing 342.29 acres, more or less.
A PORTION OFTHE CITY OF STARKE
A portion of Sections 17 & 20, Township 6 South, Range
22 East, Bradford County, Florida


(2) S 051227 A, an application by Charles R. Edwards
and Dudley P. Hardy, to amend the Future Land Use Plan
Map of the Comprehensive Plan to change the future
land use classification from INDUSTRIAL to

RESIDENTIAL, MEDIUM DENSITY (2 to 8 dwelling units
per acre) on property described, as follows:
A parcel of land lying within Section 33, Township 6
South, Range 22 East, Bradford County, Florida. Being
more particularly described, as follows: Commence at
the Northeast corner of the Northwest 1/4 of the
Northeast 1/4 of said Section 33; thence South 89059'56"


West along the North line of said Northwest 1/4 of the
Northeast 1/4 of said Section 33 a distance of 156.43 feet
to the Point of Beginning; thence continue South
89059'56" West along said North line of Northwest 1/4 of
the Northeast 1/4 of said Section 33 a distance of 410.16
feet to an iron rod located on the approximate bank of
Alligator Creek; thence continue South 89059'56" West
along said North line of Northwest 1/4 of the Northeast
1/4 of said Section 33 a distance of 225.75 to the center-
line of Alligator Creek; thence along the following courses
of said centerline of Alligator Creek: South 62015'21"
West 136.75 feet; thence South 6002Q'22" West 162.83
feet; thence South 66'12'53" West 37.50 feet; thence
South 72'47'58" West 33.01 feet to the Easterly right-of-
way line of State Road 100 (Water Street) located in a,
curve concave to the East having a radius of 2,804.79
feet; thence departing said centerline of Alligator Creek
Southeasterly. along said Easterly right-of-way line of
State Road 100 (Water Street) and long the arc of said
curve as measured along a chord having a bearing of
South 05046'56" East for a chord distance of 5.49 feet to-
a jog in said Easterly right-of-way line of State Road 100
(Water Street); thence South 84009'42" West along said;
jog in Easterly right-of-way line of State Road 100 (Water
Street) for a distance of 10.00 feet to the end of said jog in
Easterly right-of-way line of State Road 100 (Water
Street) being located in a curve concave to the East and
having a radius of 2,814.79 feet; thence departing said
centerline of Alligator Creek Southeasterly along said
Easterly, right-of-way line of State Road 100 (Water
Street) and along the arc of said curve as measured
along a chord having a bearing of South 06'06'14" East
for a chord distance of 26.10 feet to an iron rod located
on the approximate bank of Alligator Creek; thence con-
tinue in a Southeasterly direction along said Easterly
right-of-way line of State Road 100 (Waters Street) and
along the arc of said curve as measured along a chord
having a bearing of South 09050'02" East for a chord dis-
tance of 340.17 feet; thence South 89018'19" East
570.73 feet; thence North 01 c52'56" West 199.99 feet;
thence South 89054'56" East 360.00 feel; thence North
01 52'56" West 344.50 feet to the Point of Beginning.
Containing 9.99 acres, more or less.
A PORTION OF THE CITY OF STARKE
A portion of Section 33, Township 6 South, Range 22
East, Bradford County, Florida.


The tirstof two public hearings concerning: tle amend-
ments will be held on March 7, 2006 at 7:00 p.m. in the,
City Commission Meeting Room, City Hall located at 209
North Thompson Street, Starke, Florida. The title of said
ordinances shall read, as follows:
-ORDINANCE NO. 2006-0470
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF STARKE, FLORIDA,
AMENDING THE LAND USE PLAN MAP OF THE CITY:
OF STARKE COMPREHENSIVE PLAN, AS AMENDED;
RELATING TO AN AMENDMENT OF MORE THAN
TEN ACRES OF LAND, PURSUANT TO AN
APPLICATION, R 051220 A, BY .THE PROPERTY
OWNER OF SAID ACREAGE, UNDER THE
AMENDMENT PROCEDURES ESTABLISHED IN
SECTIONS 163.3161 THROUGH 163.3215, FLORIDA
STATUTES, AS AMENDED; PROVIDING FOR A'
CHANGE IN THE LAND USE CLASSIFICATION FROM
RESIDENTIAL, LOW DENSITY (LESS THAN OR
EQUAL TO .2 DWELLING UNITS, PER ACRE) TO
RESIDENTIAL, MEDIUM DENSITY (2 TO 8 DWELLING
UNITS PER ACRE) OF CERTAIN LANDS WITHIN THE
CORPORATE LIMITS OF THE CITY OF STARKE,
FLORIDA; PROVIDING SEVERABILITY; REPEALING
ALL ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT; AND PROVIDING
AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
ORDINANCE NO. 2006-0471
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF STARKE, FLORIDA,
AMENDING THE FUTURE LAND USE PLAN MAP OF
THE CITY OF STARKE COMPREHENSIVE PLAN, AS
AMENDED; RELATING TO AN AMENDMENT OF TEN
OR LESS ACRES OF LAND, PURSUANT TO AN
APPLICATION, S 051227 A, BY THE PROPERTY
OWNER OF SAID ACREAGE, UNDER THE
AMENDMENT PROCEDURES ESTABLISHED IN
SECTIONS 163.3161 THROUGH 163.3215, FLORIDA
STATUTES, AS AMENDED; PROVIDING FOR A
CHANGE IN THE LAND USE CLASSIFICATION FROM
INDUSTRIALTO RESIDENTIAL, MEDIUM DENSITY (2
TO 8 DWELLING UNITS PER ACRE) OF CERTAIN
LANDS WITHIN THE CORPORATE LIMITS OF THE
CITY OF STARKE, FLORIDA; PROVIDING
SEVERABILITY; REPEALING ALL ORDINANCES IN
CONFLICT; AND PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
The public hearings may be continued to one or more
future date. Any interested party shall be advised that the
date, time and place of any continuation of the public
hearings shall be announced during the public hearings
and that no further notice concerning the matters will be
published, unless said continuation exceeds six calender
weeks from the date of the above referenced public
hearings.
At the aforementioned public hearings, all interested par-
ties may appear to be heard with respect to the
amendments.
Copies of the amendments are available for public
inspection at the Bradford County-City of Starke Zoning
Department 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
decisions made at the above referenced public hearings,
they will need a record of the proceedings, and that for
such purpose they may need to ensure that a verbatim
record of the proceedings is made, which record includes
the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to
be based.


NOTICE OF LAND USE CHANGE


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Third-graders-t a-ahoot -


learning about birds


BY LINDSEY KIRKLAND
Telegraph Staff Writer
On Feb. 14, a group of.
Bradford County third-graders
were awaiting not only their
11:30 a.m. Valentine's party at
Soiuthside Elementary School,
but something the had been
--pre-paTng-Tor weeks in
advance.
"Students in the county's
gifted progtranu--WTke-d-iaKrd
selling' hundreds of cups .of hot-
chocolate so they could present
a wildlife sanctuary
veterinarian with a donation, to.
herprogram.
Dr. Dawn miller agreed to
bring animals to Southside
from Eye of the Eagle Wildlife
Sanctuary as an educational
program. She had no idea she
was going to get a check, too.
The third-graders helped
Miller unload, the crates of
birds and turtles for the
presentation, and when a hawk
or an owl let out a screech, so


did they. a had eaten.---
The group was able to see A collective "E% % %% !
hawks, turtles, owls and other came from some students
types of birds that had been when she pointed out the
rescued or treated at the skeletal remains of a rodent
sanctuary. one bird had devoured.
Leave it to elementary After the initial gross out
school students to stump a factor, students learned hoX
-professional veterinariarr-- some birds-canbe treated, et
"Is that the same type of owl still have other problems .
Ron had in Harry Potter?" presenting their return to the
asked one student. ild.
Of course, the group was a Miller told the group ho%%
little surprised when Miller she released birds sometimes
and her assistant said they had on Fowler's Bluff at Cedar
never seen any of the four Key, and if she could not help
Harry Pottermovies to know them she sent them on to other
Which owl Ron owned., sanctuaries. .
However, she did tell them One bird shown to the class ..
the price of Eurasian eagle had a broken wing. It could ***.* .
owls had increased from fly, but was not able to hunt. ....----- .
$1,000 to $6.000 since they These types of birds have--- L--R) Keliey Yates, Treavor Gilliam and John Holt listen as Dr. Dawn
appeared on the big screen permanent homes at the Miller from Eye of the Eagle Wildlife Sanctuary tells them about owls.
with Harry. sanctuary.
Nonetheless, -the students -Miler told the students Owls hunt by hearing. Hawks
were still fascinated with the interesting facts about birds. hunt by sight. Owls heads can |
birds and the pellets Miller had Barred owls have three turn'270 degrees, not 360, and
on display of what the birds eyelids, one which is blue. hate silent flight. -


-Third-grader John Baier,
who was elected by his
classmates to do so, presented
Miller with a $200 check to the
sanctuary.-
These students plan to hold
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Reg onal News

News from Bradford Coog-ty, Union County and the Lake Region area


ay, February 23, 2006


Bradford County Fair will be here earlier than usual


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
'- The 56"' annual Bradford
-County Fair will be here
,::before you know it, and this
year it will- be here even
sooner.
This year's fair is scheduled
for March 17-26. which is two
weeks earlier than when it


Foster parent
organization
sets up fund
for the Manns

BY LINDSEY KIRKLAND
Telegraph Siatf It riter
In the February 2006 issue
of Partnership for Strong
Families' newsletter, the
president of the Florida State
Foster/Adoptive Parent
Association announced it has
set up a Memorial Fund for the
Mann and Scott family.
Melsia Page-Bailie said in a
letter to the "Foster Family
Newsletter" that the FSFAPA
has opened up a fund at
Wachovia Bank.
She wrote, "We will use the
funds to pay bills for the Mann
family and also to assist the
families of other
foster/adopted children who
pass away.
Page-Bailie had an adoptive
child die, too.
"Losing one child was
devastating enough, and I can't
imagine the grief ... after
losing seven children." she
said. "We should band
together as a community and
support these families as they
walk through the hardest
journey of their lives."
Contributions can be gisen
at any branch of Wacho% ia
under account number
2000025873472. They can also-
be mailed to FSFAPA at 900
The Rialto, Venice. FL 34285.

Kiwanis Club
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is sponsoring a Te\as Hold
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Golf and Country Club at 6:30
p.m. on Friday. Feb. 24.
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first 64 players.
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On Saturday, Feb. 25. from
1:30 to 4:30 p.m., there w ill be
a meat goat production
workshop for producers and 4-
H youth.
The event % ill be held at the
Clay County Emiension Office
on S.R. 16 in Green Coke
Springs. Topics of discussion
will include an overview of the
meat industry herd health,
nutrition, herd protection
animals and a Scrapie/NAIS
Program update. There wll
also be some hands-on
opportunities for south in goat
care and fitting and showing.
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for more information, please
call the Bradford Count\
Extension Office at 19041 966-
6224.
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normally occurs.
"We want to make sure folks
are getting ready for it," said
Chub Johnson, thf fair
manager.
The Bradford! Fair
Association looked at several


factors in making the decision
to have the fair take, place
earlier. One is that now it will
not coincide with the -Clay
County Fair., Another is that
now it will not coincide with
spring break in Bradford


County schools. :
: "We wanted the schools to
be more involved," Johnson
,said. "As a result, .we now'
have six booths that are being
sponsored' by the Bradford
school system." .


b Greater participation in the
booth/exhibition area is
something the fair association
is striving toward. Johnson
said more invitations have
been sent out in an effort to
bring the exhibition area to full


Capacity.
"There are a lot of new
vendors this' year," Johnson
shid, adding that there are still

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OBITUARIES I


In I Memory


I -


Roosevelt Carroll
HAMPTON Roosevelt
Carroll Sr., 81, of Hampton died
Saturday, Feb. 18, 2006, at the
VA Hospital in Gainesville
following an extended illness.
Born in Augusta, Ga. on March
24, 1924, Mr: Carroll moved- to
Hampton from Augusta. He
served in the U.S. Army during
World War II and was retired. He
was a member of Macedonia
Missionary Baptist Church.
Mr. Carroll is survived by: his
wife Katie L. Carroll of
Hampton; sons, Michael Carroll
of Starke, Eric Carroll and
Roosevelt Carroll Jr., both of
Hampton, Harry Blocker of
Fairbanks; daughters, Patricia
McGregor, Freddie Timmons,
Mary Jenkins, all of Hampton,'
Virginia Whitfield of Palatka; 23
-grandchildren and a host, of
great-grandchildren. He was
preceded in death by a son
Anthony Carroll.
Funeral services for Mr. Carroll
will be held at. 11 a.m. on
Saturday, Feb. 25, 2006, at
Macedonia Missionary Baptist
Church in Hampton with the
Rev. J.B. Richardson conducting
the sersi.ces Interment will
follow in Hampton Cemetery
under the care of Haile Funeral
Home of Starke.
The family will receive family
at the funeral home on Friday.
.Feb. 24, 2006, from 3-4 p.m. and
friends from 5-8 p.m. The family
will meet at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Roosevelt Carrol. Sr. to


Billie Steele.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS -
Billie Katherine Steele, 77, of
Keystone Heights died Sunday,
Feb. 25, 2006, at Community
Hospice in Jacksonville.
Born in Waycross, Ga. on Nov.
30, 1928, Mrhs Steele moved -to-
Keystone Heights in 1998 from
Jacksonville. .She was a
homemaker and member of St.
Anne's Episcopal Church. She
was a former member of the
Keystone Heights Woman's Club
and Eastern Star and was made an
honorary member of the
Daughters of The King.
Mrs. Steele is survived .by: her
husband of 59 years William
"Bill" Steele of Keystone,
Heights; two daughters,
Katherine Ann Steele of-
Jacksonville and Pam Kilpatrick.
of Oldsmar, two sisters, Frances-
Usry and Mildred Witt,' both of
Jacksonville; and two
grandchildren.
Memorial services for Mrs.
Steele will be held at 1 p.m. on
SaturdaN\. Feb. 25, 2006, in St.
Anne's Episcopal Church in,
Keystone Heights ith Father
Harold Ritchie conducting the
services Interment will follow at
a later date under .the care ofI
Jones Funeral Home of Kes stone
Heights.
' Memorial contributions may.
be made to Community Hospice
of NE Florida. 4266 Sunbeam
Rd., Jacksonville, FL 32257.


form the Cortege Saturday at.l
11:30 a.m. Viewing one hour Carl E. Y young ,
prior to service. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Carl
E. Young, 91, of Keystone
Jay Franklin Heights died Frida., Feb. 17,
2006, at Shands Starke following
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Jay a: udden illness
Bee Franklin. 86, of Ke\stone Born in Allentown, Pa, on July
Heights died Thursday. Feb 16. 13, 1914, Mr. Young moved to
2006. at Shands AGH in Ke)stone Heights 10 years ago
Gaines ille. from Melrose He was a member
Born in Mitchell Couni\. N.C. of Friendship Bible Church in
on Feb. 6, 1920, Mr. Franklin Keystone Heights anot %kas active-
moved to Keystone Heights in m'Gideons International for
1984 from Daytona Beach. He more than 30 years. He worked in
was a retired TV repairman and the prison ministry. led the choir
former truck driver, at his church and volunteered at
Mr. Franklin is survived by the V.A. Hospital with more than
many friends around the 1,000 hours.
Keystone Heights area. Mr Young is sur lived by: his
Interment %as Feb 20. 2006 in tife of 21 N\ears Helen Young of
Ke:,stone Heights Cemetery Keystone' Heights; two
under the care of Jones Funeral daughters, Carolyn Stephens of
Home of Keystone Heights. Dunkin. S.C. and Jan Morgan .of
Spartanburg, S.C.; and a brother
lT J*1 Earl Young of Live Oak.
N rma inda l Funeral services for Mr. Young
STARKE Norma Marie Bias were Feb. 2, 2006 in Fiendship
Melton Tindall, 93, of Starke BbleChurc,'a tt-he Rev. i
died Tuesday, Feb. 21; 2006, at Coleman and the Rev. Mike
Windsor Manor Nursing Homeconducting the services.
following an extended illness. Interment followed in Eliam
SBorn in Newown,Ohio o .,Cemetery 'in Melrose under the
Jan. 19,,- 191 2. Mrs -Tindall c're or Jones Funeral Home of
moved to' Starke inm 1992 from Keystone Heights.
Richmond, Ohio. She was a
homemaker and member of Obituaries
Victory Baptist Church. She was
a retired seamstress and worked in policy
the linen department at Shands P Il
AGH-. The obituaries on this -page
Mrs. Tindall is survived by: are considered news and are
three daughters, Catherine pbsed e an e
Thomas of Hampton, Joyce Mills published free of charge by the
of Gainesville, Odessia Bradford County Telegraph.
McConaghy of Willision; two
sons, Leonard Melton of Flagler .
Beach and Otis Melton of Starke;
22 grandchildren, 36 great-
grandchildren and one great- M
great-grandclhild. She was
preceded in death by her, '
husbands Lonnie Melton and
Charlie Tindall and sons, EA
Lawrence Bias and Clarence 36 inch wide metal
Melton. three grandchildren and'
two great-grandchildren. CUT TO L
Funeral services for Mrs.
Tindall -,,ill be held at II a.m. on
Friday, Feb. 24, 2006, in the 352-47
DeWitt C. Jones Chapel.
Interment will follow in Santa Fe
CemeterF under the care of Jones
Funeral Home of Starke *1


Robert White
LAW'TEY Robert White, 82,
of Lawtey died Tuesday, Feb. 14,
2006, in the VA Hospital in
Gainesville following an
extended illness.
. Born in Dothan,,Ala. on March
15, 1923', Mr. White moved to
Lawtey from Dothan..He was a
retired heavy equipment
operator for Dupont and served:
in the U.S. Army during world
War II. He was a member of
Lawtey Church of Christ.
. Mr. White is survived by: his
wife Clementine White of
Lawtey; daughters, Ruby Smith,
Yvonne Rushing, both of
Gainesville, Opal White of
Lawtey, Betty White of West
Palm Beach, and Brenda Mack;
step-children, Delphne William
of Lawtey, Sylvia Middleton of
Interlachen; sons, Robert White
Jr. of Cocoa, Edward Tucker of
Gainesville, Curtis White of
Lawtey; a stepson Aaron Williams
of Lawtey; a sister Mamie Ross of
Lawtey; 20 grandchildren and 14
great-grandchildren.
Funeral services for Mr. White
will be at I p.m. in Bradford
County High School
Auditorium on Sunday, Feb. 26,
2006, with Minister Curtis White
conducting the services.
Interment will follow in
Peetsville Cemetery in Lawtey
-under the care of Haile Funeral
Home of Starke.
The family will receive family
at the funeral home on Saturday,
Feb. 25, 2006, from 4-5 p.m. and
friends from 5-8 p.m. and one
hour prior to the service at the
auditorium. The family will meet
at the home of Minister Curtis
White in Lawtey at 12:30 p.m. to
form the cortege.


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'.In Loving Ale'flmoy of
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Dec: 20, 1949-Feb; 15,2004
If tears could build a bridge and
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l Ito hie'01 and bring you home

Love, Momn, Dadand Bre,






'If it ish to e press ouir rantinid to
everyone who supported 1is during
tis difficult litle
.All of the prayers, food and flower. s
were en'ry inch appreciated
Thank \on and mav God bless you.,
From ithe Family ofilie late
Ale tande r James Berrv





Cecilia ElLvson and family would
like to thank everyone involved ltr
theirhelp during this time of
tragedy and recovery.
We appreciate the community of
Union County for all their support.
and prayers. \e would especially
like to thank R&E Construction
and Pat Cunningham. ,
Thanks also to RMC West Unitfor
their donations.
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lit w i the pain hlIe a heavy coat.
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.Amnit imtes cI oinder "i ho You 'd
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.oUldvotu l dnane your babies.
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hi.e Icait talk tovoit. Ie klo kno 'i
putstlsotind cran,.
I It ain'tfairyou died to0 young.
L te a story that had st begun.
That day tore thepaces all awasv
Godl'noh -, lowtI nss Vou..
.4 Ili/t Hell halt I 'e been through.
Jliist knowing. no one can take vour
place.
Sometimes I wonder "il'ho You'd
Be Todav.
Fall days se.t1 in in hur tlhe most.
I'Ve wear iit' pain ihe a heavy coat.
Til' only tl0t1 itithat gt'es meh iope
is A ,iir in I'll set- you iagaiil
someday. .
We loveyou andmi.ss you so much.
Your family


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I Loving Memotor of.
Christopher Leon Smith
"Tootte

To mny losing soo .
-' Chlristoptiem S.tinti
This is the hliariesi thing that I have
vier had to wrttc I kno: wlhal feel
et to write it dow'ntis't doesn't '.
e-inm like it 's eniug/h. The vgid ni
inv life since o ou've bten-'one is so
greaf that i ISt ns make's mv leart
ache. There wisnot a day that g oes
hy that I don tIthink olyou,o
something that y'o said or did to
r ake tme laugh, smitle or et eng et
imad. I wisli so much that I could
Save more ofthose tunimes with you.
The 26th ofFebruar was aoneof
the greatest days ii m v hle. the day'
that'God gave you to me. I miss you
so iiuch. lie all do. I love voi more
iiant words can ever say. Happy
Ith Birtlida\., ,my darling son.
Love always.
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Is CiREN 11


To my loving brother Chris,
Big brother I just want to say how
inuch I miss you and that I love you.
It has been hard for us to go on
without you. I miss being in the
yard with you throwing the football
that you loved so much. I think of
you all the time. Happy 18th
R, thdav.
Love, Joshua


To my loving brother Chris,
It has been so hard to be here
without you. I miss the way that you
always took care of me when mama
was at work. The way that you
wouldkiss and hug me when I hurt
myself or was sad about something.
I wish you were here. I love you and
Happy 18th Birthday!
Love, Jimnea

'To my nephew,
Clrislophe'ry oal n're,. always
special to ime. Thi i.',,ories ofyou.
will last intil unice uids. }ouwere
more ihan ty innepheiw, \ oil were
also my good friend.
I tlihnk God for theilimein e spOlt
together He alloin d ine to w'ntch
''Ol Rrotu. Eirtit tiiough tilns is
difficult for iiie, ill/ i ii i theI ill of
'God niglnhtyl o IAn. .
Ic an li h in to t as' ii /h Wod/s II, I
hinO nItcli I, already miss you.
But I know on' li'diy 'II meet
a ain. Rest now: Auntie will always,
love you.
Aiuntie Tova. Lisaa nd nal ie,-.
L 'ncl ,tel'thin. .tltiontand larcin


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F rnk Jacko l P 'o
Frank Jackson III "Peco"

In Loving Memory of
Frank Jackson Ill "Peco" .
Dec. 17, 1948- Feb. 20,2004
You've been gone two years and wrong you wentfthrough in life.
there are still tears. I thought it was
beautiful that the day you died, you Until we meet again, 'll dwell on
got a chance to fulfill all the your smile.
wonderful things in life... as a You'll always be in our hearts.
father and an older brother.
Your oldest daughter,
I still can see your smile. You never Ms. Syvella Jackson and
once complained about all the granddaughter Crystal Pinckney




ell, 764


Grandpa,
'Words cannot express how much
' ou will be missed
'The smell ofyour skin or sweet
gentle kiss
,the sound of your shoes scuffling on
!the floor
or you telling your jokes and
'hearing you say "just one more."
The way you would laugh or
?chuckle out loud' or hug your
grand kids like you.were so proud.
To see the light in your eyes or the'
smile on your face,
When your grand kids were around
to you everything was in place.
You always made us all feel like
everything was okay,
you showered us with your love and
it e knew it was here tostay. '".
We never had a doubtior".
worry on our mind,
with grandpa around, everything
was goingto bejustfine.
No matter what the story or
situation was, you were always
willing to lend a hand,
We may have to look for you, but
alwaysfinding you at the produce
stand.
Hearing your stories of how the
flea market went,
Or listening to you fuss on how
much you spent.
Every Sunday, you would come in
and sit. We would all anticipate you
saying how you were going to quit.
But deep down we all knew, what
the flea market really meant to you.
Now you are at the produce stand in
the sky, putting only five tomatoes
in the basket and telling no
customers no lie.
In closing, Grandpa, we would all
like to say, "We love and will miss
you each and everyday."
Written by
Detria Harvey
Granddaughter


The family of John "Edison" Ford
would like to express our deepest
gratitude to our friends andfamily
for all their thoughts, prayers,
food,flowers and most of all their
help.
A special thank you to Archie
Tanner Funeral Home.
We love and appreciate each and
every one ofyou.
Thank you,
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Bradford County Land-Development
Regulations, as amended, hereinafter
referred to as the Land Development
Regulations, objections,
recommendations and comments
concerning a special exception, .as
described below, will be heard by the
Board of Adjustment of Bradford
County, Florida, at a public hearing
on March 6, 2006 at 6:30 p.m., or as,
soon thereafter as the matter can b'e
.heard, in the County Commission
Meeting Room, North Wing, County
Courthouse located at 945 North
STemple Avenue, Starke, Florida.
SE-06-1, a petition by Scherer
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Florida agent for the Salvation Army,
to request a Special Exception be
granted as provided for in Section
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Regulations to allow for conference
center in a Residential Single
Family-1 zoning classification in
accordance with a petition dated
January 13, 2006 'to be located on
property described, as follows:
A parcel of land'lying within Section
12, Township 8 South, Range 22
East, Bradford County. Florida. Being
more particularly described, as
follows:
Parcel Number: 05462-0-00000 and
containing 121 acres more or less. *
The public hearing may be continued
to one or more future dates. Any
interested party shall be advised that
the date, time and place of any
continuation of the public hearing
shall be announced during the public
hearing and that no further notice
concerning the matter will be
published, unless said continuation
exceeds six calendar weeks from the
date of the above referenced public
hearing .
At the aforementioned public hearing,
all interested parties may appear to
be heard with respect to the special
exception.
Copies of the special exception
application are available for public
inspection at the Office of the Director
of Zoning, Planning and Building,
County 'Courthouse located at 945
North Temple Avenue, North Wing,
Starke, Florida, during regular
business hours.
All persons, are advised that if they
decide to appeal any decision made
at the above referenced public
hearing, they will need a record of the
proceedings, and that, for such
purpose, they may need to ensure
that a verbatim record of the
proceedings is made, which record
includes the testimony and evidence
upon which the appeal is to be based.
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The exhibition area will be
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closed only .on the two
Sunday (March 19, 26).
That was one of the
complaints the fair association
has received in the past-that
there were days where the only
area open was the midway.
"The feedback on the exhibit
area being open on a different
schedule has all been
positive," Johnson said.
Another complaint people
have made is that the midway
did not have a ferris wheel or. a
merry-go-round. However, the
midway provider has assured
Johnson that those two rides
will make up the
approximately' 35 rides at this
year's fair.
Another change involves the
entertainment schedule, which
will hnow feature two gospel
nights (Thursday-Friday,
March 23-24).
In the past, there has been
only one gospel night and it
drew more people than all the.
other nights of entertainment
put together.
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Johnson said,
The Backwood Boys, who
Johnson described as a
perennial favorite, will be
performing March 23 and they
are usually joined onstage by
the local Frampton family. ,
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In a prior article you were asked to
check your memories for various
Starke landmarks and residents. Some
incidents were vintage 1930s, and
perhaps few will remember first hand
that George Roberts bought -the
Harold C. Wall Insurance Agency
after attending the University of
Florida following World War II. The
-construetion ::-of- the Winn-Dixie
building was more recent and many
people should remember the
buildings that were razed in clearing
: the lot.
The questions in the former article
were raised to make a point: How
quickly do we forget! Neither the city
nor the county has, a historian,
although there should be one:
recording activities in the community.
Since there is no official historian, the
.Telegraph- -- falls 'heir to the
responsibility and attempts to fulfill
its mission of recording the changing
scene. The treasure trove of
information recorded in the county'
clerk's office provides bare. bones
information in official records, but the
behind-the-scenes activities remain
hidden and lost in the annals of time.
To get to the "meat of the coconut,"
one needs to review old copies of the
Telegraph bound in annual booksarnd
st.red--br-iek-Telegraph
building on Call Street,
Unfortunately, newsprint doesn't
handle the passing of time very well,
and becomes brittle and easily
damaged in reviewing old stories.
The city of Starke now stands at an
historic moment in time. Although we
celebrated the end of the 20th Century
Dec. 31, 1999, the new century
'a4tially'-began Jan. 1, -2001. Our'
"'hometown stood on the threshold of
change, although it wasn't as obvious
as it is today because business
interests were quietly buying land and
making plans. With construction of a
Wal-Mart Supercenter on U.S. 301
South, the genie is out of the bottle,
and refuses to go back in. Several
more businesses are rumored to be
considering Starke for an investment,
and several plots of woodland are
--being -looked at for home
construction. New homes are coming
up out of the ground throughout the
county.
Although the population growth has
been lagging, Starke and Bradford
County have actually been preparing
for solid growth for a number of
years. Witness the new construction
of government buildings, including
the renovation of the courthouse, a,
new jail and sheriff's office building,.
___a__new-EMS---building,- a storage
building and other governmental
buildings in the immediate area for
court-related activities. A senior
activities building is located behind
the courthouse that provides for
seniors and for a voting precinct. A
new county health center is situated
on the former Lawson home. site's 15
acres, apparently with space for future
growth.
The school system, which includes--


Santa Fe Community College, hasn't
been idle. In recent years SFCC has
renovated, the old, red-brick
courthouse, into an outstanding
classroom facility with historical
significance and unique character. On
the site of the old county jail stands a
newer college building, funded by a
gift from philanthropist Lillian
Stump, first citizen of Starke in the'
finest sense of the word. She saw the
need and her six-figure gift made the
solution possible. 7
On property adjacent to the new'
college facility on Pratt Street, ground .
was broken last month for a new
library that will be the envy of other
counties throughout the state. It v, ill
provide an outstanding collection of
books. computers and other facilities
for students and the general public,
with ease of access and ample
parking. The county library will move
into new quarters next year, releasing
the present' site to the city for -
whatever purpose it deems
appropriate.
City administrators briefly
considered relocating the fire-
department to the library site, but.
have ,now decided there are better
places for, accessibility for
-firefighters. If the library is offered
for sale, the First United Methodist
Church plans to enter a bid, since it is-
virtually landlocked and needs
parking space.'
The city hasn't kept 'pace with the
county in construction of buildings,
but it is making progress in cleaning
and rehabilitating the city sewer
system, some of which' is 85 years
old.
"--"uit' a4 instruction isn't utilizing"
tax funds. Ii 'recent years 'Shands
Medical Group has built a modem
medical facility .on East Call Street,
and private interests have built a
health complex on S.R. 16, providing
a wide variety of health care services.
The former Stump's department store
has been converted into a health'
facility, and dental offices dot the
town. Optometrists are to be found in
independent locations as well as Wal-
Mart's big-box store. Prescriptions
may be filled in four locations, and a
fifth (Walgreen's) is committed to a
new building on U.S. 301.
Starke boasts of two modern
nursing homes and an; assisted-living
home. Shands at Starke brings in a
number of doctors, each week,
specialists in their fields, in addition
to emergency room doctors and
'various doctors and specialists,
professionals who ; operate
independently. Obviously Starke
doesn't have the population to support
the. large medical investment in
facilities and personnel, but draws
from a large area in Bradford and
adjoining counties.
Starke is clearly on the move and
investments in the community will
richly reward those with foresight to
take advantage of the opportunity.
SBy Buster Rahn,
---" .Telegraph Editorialist


The lessons learned during a war
pervade every field of endeavor, w% ith
medical services being the big winner
because of causalities on and off the
battlefield. But it .takes time for
techniques and procedures to filter
down to small-town levels,, and
Starke. in 1950 was no exception.'
Penicillin had been added to the-
doctor's .arsenal, but generally the
practice of medicine was much like
the past.
Starke's Dr. Herlong Adams was,
called up for military service during
World War II. He served his time and
returned to Starke to provide medical
services for his hometown and
Bradford County, but along came the
Korean war, and he again donned the
uniform of his cotintry and set off to
do his duty to. God and country.
Before leaving for the second tour
of duty, he' recruited young Dr. Jack
'Barry to fill in for him while he was
gone. Dr. Barry, a native of Newberry,
planned to remain in Starke only until
Dr. Adams' return, but he changed his
mind at Dr. Adamns' urging and
remained-in Bradford County.
Dr. Barry and young Dr. Tommie
Ritch, a Starke native, formed a close
friendship and, working arrangement
when, assistance- was- required,
especially during surgery. When one
of the two scheduled surgery, the
other provided backup and received
$25 for his part in thie operation. The
lead surgeon probably received $75
for the job, according to Marty Barry,
wife and office manager for Dr. Barry.
At .midcentury, babies were often'
born at 'homedi with"aw midwife, iif
attendance. Alachua General Hospital
was the medical facility of choice for
women having babies and Dr. J.E.
Maines Jr., the physician of choice for
Bradford and Union county parents.,
Women with new babies, were usually
kept 10 days to two weeks in a
hospital, but when babies were born
at home the bed rest was much
shorter, as a rule.
Drs. Ritch and Barry saw the need
'for a maternity clinic to provide
improved facilities for women and
infants and moved to fill the need,
utilizing the former Camp Blanding
buildings on Madison Street, now


occupied by Dr. George Restea. The
maternity clinic operated for 2-3
years, until the Bradford County
Hospital was operational.
Marty Barry married Dr. Jack Barry.
and moved to Starke in 1959, and
while she had no- formal nurse
training, she became the receptionist
and office manager for her husband,
and did whatever came to hand in
helping him treat patients. For a
period of time., Dr. Barry suffered
back problems, and she had to drive
the car for him while he made house
calls. On a cold night, in the predawn
hours, the phone rang and a woman
asked to have Dr. Barrn make a house.
call to see her husband. She said she
would bring her husband to the office.
-but she didn't want to disturb her
sleeping baby. Tired and frustrated,
and needing sleep. Mrs. Barry told the
woman, "Lady. I have to drive for Dr.
Barry to make house calls, and if I
take him on a house call, I'll have to
take my own baby out in the cold."
Being a doctor's wife required some
fortitude and a sense of humor when
she was part of a medical team.
Deliveries were $125'and house calls
were $3, and. quite often done on
credit, and never paid. Doctors did a
great deal of unintentional gratis
work.'
One day, while checking a patient
out that already owed a large past due
bill, a woman told Mrs. Barry she
couldn't pay because she had to have
cash to pay for drugs. When the
woman opened her purse, Mrs. Barry
saw a large roll of bills, but said
,nothing. Later on, pharmacist Olin
White called her and asked, "Why did,
you take all of that, woman's money?
She didn't have anything left with
which to pay for her drugs." Mrs.
Barry told Mr. White the woman had
conned both of them.
When the new 25-bed hospital
opened, it set a record for winning
accreditation within the first year of
operation.
Local doctors rotated the hospital'
chief of staff position annually
because none wanted the position full
time.'
By Buster Rahn,
Telegraph Editorialist


Alligator
Creek
brouhaha is
no big deal
Dear Editor:
The article last week about
Alligator Creek is a lot about
nothing.
Those who talk of "fisheries
in Alligator Creek" need to
understand the creek 'ceased to,
exist many years ago when
-DOT dug a big drainage ditch.
The county has many smaller
ditches draining into the big
ditch. I have seen the build-up
of sand in the big ditch over
the past 24 years and the
increase in flooding of adjacent
properties.
The city did the right thing
in digging out the ditch to its


original configuration. During
the-past year the county has.
dug out the ditches .that flow
into the big ditch. This is the
right thing to do and is called
"ditch maintenance."
If they cannot dig out the
big ditch, then block the small
ditches flowing into the big
ditch.
Even in its present cross
section, the big ditch cannot
handle hurricane rain falls. The
ditch needs to be dug out west
of U.S. 301 for the drainage
system to work as originally
constructed.
The engineers know wily the
sedimentation occurs at the
Laura Street bridge; it is
simple hydraulics. No big deal.
Just call the big ditch
"Alligator Ditch," maintain it
like the drainage ditch it is and
the property owners will be
well served by the folks who


take our tax money.
George Hinson
Starke

Thanks for
the help with
cookie sale
Dear Editor:
I would like to thank the
women if Melrose United
Methodist Church who put out
fliers for the recent cookie sale,
the ones who baked, the
cookies and braved the cold
weather to sell them.
Also thanks to the merchants
that were kind enough to
display our fliers and the
people who purchased the
cookies.
Thanks to everyone, the
cookie sale was a huge success.
Clo Husk
Melrose


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BC 4-H I


BY WENDY BURTON
Bradford Extension
The Bradford County 4-H
livestock judging team.
received first place Feb. 11 in
the 4-H Livestock Judging
Contest at the Florida State.
Fair in Tampa.
Ryan Crawford, Dakota
Reddish, Lloyd Webb and
Clay Whitehead are the four
members who demonstrated
their skill regarding the
livestock industry. Reddish
won the prestigious honor.Qf
high-point individual, while
Whitehead followed closely,
recei ing fifth place.
Members judged classes of
bulls, market steers, market
hogs and breed animals.
The State 4-H Livestock
Contest is coming up in April.
Teams will convene in
Gainesville to compete for the
right to represent Florida at the
National Contest in Louisville,
Ky.. .


ivestockteam takes first


The first-place Bradford County 4-H livestock judging team consists of: coach and
county livestock agent Wendy Burton, Dakota Reddish, Ryan Crawford, Clay
Whitehead, Lloyd Webb and coach Brad Muse. Not pictured: coach Jamie
Whitehead.


Dakota
Reddish
received
High-Point
Individual at
the 4-H
Livestock
Contest at the
Florida State
Fair.


BC 4-H pet
show is this
Saturday
The. Bradford County 4-H
Youth Development Program
is hosting a pet show for any
Bradford County youth ages 5-
18 on Saturday, Feb. 25, at the
Bradford County fairgrounds
sh kc arena. .. ..
'This events sponsored by'
the County Council, which is
made up of youth from' the 12
4-H clubs in the county. All
rules and registration forms
may be. picked up at the
Bradford County Extension
Office at, 2266 N. Temple Ave.
Registration deadline is Friday,
Feb. 17.-
Pre-entry fees are$2/class
per animal on or before Feb.
17. The registration fee is
$3/class per animal after Feb.
17 and on the day of the show.
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before entering this pet show.
The divisions are dog, cat,
rabbit, goat and other animals
(no livestock such as chickens,
cattle, swine, etc. are allowed).
.The Starke Police
Department is providing a
canine demonstration, 'which is
free to the public, at
approximately 10 a.m.
For more information on this,
.'or other 4- -events a'rid'
a i'tti-te's, call the Bradfford"
County Extension Office at
(904) 966-6224.
4-H is the youth
organization of the University
of Florida Cooperative
Extension Service open to all
yobth ages 5-1-8 regardless of
sex, race, color, religion,
disability or national origin. 4-
H is a learn-by-doing
organization, teaching young
people valuable life skills in a
safe and nurturing
environment, and is a
community of young people
learning communication,
leadership and life skills.


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Whitehead
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the 4-H
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Fair.


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Two men
arrested
at motel
Two men arrested at a Starke
motel face multiple charges,
including drug and. sex with a
minor.
Police were investigating a
request to locate a juvenile
which led them to the motel.
Johnathan David,Mabry, 25,
of Brandon had a bag of
marijuana and a pipe, which he
gave to a juvenile female to put
down her pants, according to
Officer Danny Brown. Alcohol
and condoms were all over the
room, Officer Brown said.
Mabry admitted he was about
to have sex with the 16-year-
old female when .police arrived,
Officer Brown said. The
juvenile was from Keystone
Heights.
.Mabry was charged with
possession of cannabis,
possession of drug
paraphernalia, contributing to
the delinquency. of a minor,
delivery of drug paraphernalia-
to a minor and unla% awful sexual
act with a certain minor. Bond
on the charges was .set 'at
$100.000 ..
Robert Keith Gilmore, 25, of
Brandon who was registered in
the room, had a bag containing
marijuana and a pipe. Gilmore
was charged with possession of
cannabis and possession of drug
paraphernalia. He was released
from custody after a $2,000
surety bond was posted.:

Starke man
arrested in
Keystone
A 31 -year-old Starke man was
arrested Feb. 18 on Immokalee
Road after he violated a
protection order.
Christopher Talmage Pressley
was charged by Deputy J.W.
Glaser with criminal mischief
and violation for protection.
Deputies were, called tb the
address where an abandoned
vehicle was blocking the.road.
Pressley was seen walking
'from a wooded area to his
truck, which was parked off the
roadway. He had blood on his
face along with several
scratches and smelled strongly
of an alcoholic beverage,
Deputy Glaser said.
A protection order against
him contacting the victim had
been issued and Pressley stated
he was aware of the order.
An attempt was made to
contact the victim at the
victim's residence where
deputies discovered a vehicle in
the driveway that had four flat
tires. Each tire had a puncture
mark from a knife blade,
Deputy Glaser said. The vehicle
belonged to the victim's
mother, Deputy Glaser said.
Estimated damage was $400.
Pressley was arrested and
taken to jail. The pocket knife
was found, at the scene 'and
placed into evidence, Deputy
Glaser said.

Starke man
arrested in
Middleburg
A 31-year-old Starke man was
arrested Feb. 19 after he became
stuck in a storage shed in
Middleburg.
The owner of the shed called
deputies to report an unknown
person was yelling for help
from the shed because the door
was jammed shut and he
couldn't get out, Deputy R.
Hayes said. The door was forced
open and Michael Robert


Knight was told to leave,
Deputy Hayes said.
Knight stated he did not know
how he got into the structure.
He later stated that he had been
chased by an unknown nitmber
of men and was hiding in the
shed.
Knight was arrested for
trespass and transported to the
Clay County Jail, Deputy
Hayes said.

Recent
arrests
in Bradford,
Clay or Union
The following individuals
were arrested recently by local
law enforcement officers in.
Bradford, Clay (Keystone
Heights area) or Union County:
Jimmy Ray.Garrard Sr., 51,
of Jacksonville was arrested
Feb. 18 by Starke Officer J.W.
Hooper during a traffic stop for
felony possession of a
controlled substance while
driving a motor vehicle,
possession of crack cocaine and
possession of drug,
paraphernalia. Total bond was
set at $3,500,
Milton Deron Davis, 29, of,
Starke was arrested Feb. 15 by
Starke Sgt. Robert Melton for
domestic battery and possession
of cannabis. Davis is charged
with slapping the victim during
an argument, Sgt. Melton said.
The officer found marijuana in
a small bag in his pocket
during a search at the time of
Davis' arrest. Davis was
released on his own
recognizance by Judge Johnny
Hobbs.
Demond Alan Diggs, 25, of
Lawtey was arrested Feb. 15 by
Starke Officer Shawn Brown
for battery. Diggs is charged
with striking the victim during
a disagreement. He was released
from custody after a $1,000
surety bond was posted.
Robert H. Guth, 62, of St.
Petersburg was arrested Feb. 18
, Starke Or' fficr tPaul Kin forr


blades, with cocaine residue, in
Guth's pocket. Bond was, set at
$20,000.
Justin Hogg, 24, of Keystone
Heights was arrested Feb. 14
by Clay deputies for grand theft
motorcycle.
Michael Knight, 31, of
Starke was arrested Feb. 19 by
Clay deputies for trespass..
James Lee Pitts, 18, of
Starke was arrested Feb. 16 by
Clay Deputy S.J. Abrahamsen
for possession of marijuana.
Pitts' vehicle was stopped for
playing music excessively
loud. He was seen shaking a
plastic bag out of the window,
then throwing the-bag, Deputy
Abrahamsen said. Pieces of
marijuana were seen in the seat
of the vehicle, Deputy
Abrahamsen said. Pitts was
cited for excessive music from
vehicle.
David James Knorp, 21, of
Keystone Heights was arrested,
Feb. 15 by Clay Deputy. D.A.
White ,,for possession of
cannabis and possession of drug
paraphernalia. Knorp \%as a3
passenger in a vehiclee parked in
a wooded area. He dropped a
glass, smoking pipe on the,
floorboard when he got out of
the vehicle. A plastic bag with
marijuana: was also found.
Knorp admitted they, were
parked in the woods to smoke,
Deputy White said. ,

Earl Murray, 24, of Starke
was arrested Feb. 14 by Officer
King on a warrant for grand
theft. A $5,000 surety bond
was. posted for his release from
custody.
Christopher Pressley, 31, of
Starke was arrested Feb. 18 by
Clay deputies for violation for
protection and criminal
mischief.'
Amelia Kuck, 41, of*
Keystone 'Heights was arrested
'Feb. 18 by Clay deputies on a
(warrant for violation of
probation obtaining controlled
substance.


.possession of cocaine and
possession of drug Andre B. Dommon, 30, of
paraphernalia. Guth's vehicle Starke was arrested Feb. 18 by
was stopped for a broken. brake Starke Officer Paul King for
light. During ': search 'thb.aJailure to appear. Dommon was
officer found two bags .ordered to pay $171.25 cash or
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Debra Kay Lahgford, 48, was
arrested Feb. 14 in Fort Walton
Beach on a Bradford warrant for
failure to appear attaching tag
not assigned. Bond was set at
$2,000.
Scott Allen Reed, 28, of
Lawtey was arrested Feb. 19 by
Bradford Deputy R. Watkins on
a capias for uttering forged bills
with bond set at $2,500 and on
a warrant from Clay County for
petit theft with bond set at
$1,503,
Jenny L. Starling, 21, of
Starke was arrested Feb. 17 by
Officer King on warrants for
violation of probation with no
bond.
James Morgan, 20, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Feb. 17, by Clay deputies on a
warrant for grand theft valued at
$5,000.
Gordoh 'Baker, 40, of
Keystone Heights' was arrested
Feb. 13 by Bradford Deputy
Lori Jestes for failure to appear
violationn of probation domestic
batter). He %%as released from
custody after a $4,000 suret\
bond was posted.
Kenneth Bailey,, 24, of
Law tey was arrested Feb. 13 by
probation officers for violation
of probation battery on .law
enforcement officer.
Susan Cavender, 27, of
Ha% thorne % as arrested Feb. 13
by Bradford Deput\ Robert
'Lyons on a warrant from Clay
County for uttering a forged
check. .Bond was set at
$25,003. She was transported
to Clay.
Shawn Nettles, 39, of
'Hampton was arrested Feb. 13
by Bradford Deputy Thomas
Sapp for violation of probation
possession of controlled
substance.
Pam Baker, 39, of Starke was
arrested Feb. 14 by Bradford
Deputy Scott Konkel for,
violation of probation burglary
of structure and felony driving
while license suspended or
revoked (DWLS).


Ike Pernell, 32, of
was arrested Feb.
Bradford Deputy


Lawtey
14 by
David


Thompson for violation of
probation sale of controlled
substance .
Schuwapna' Cray, 22, of
Starke was arrested Feb. 14 by
Deputy Sapp for failure to
appear domestic battery. A
$2,000 surety bond was posted
for Cray's release from custody.
Alexander McCoy, 23,: of
Macclenn\ was arrested Feb. 14:
by Deputy Jestes for violation
of probation violation of
community control from Dixie
County.
Mary Keene, 37, of
Hawthorne was arrested Feb. 15
by Florida Highway Patrol
Trooper M.D. Childress 'for
obstruction by disguise from
Union 'County. She was
released on her own
recognizance.
Jerry Lee Lewis, 25, of
Lawtey was arrested Feb. 19 by
Bradford Sgt. Ron Davis for


failure to appear
cannabis. Bond
$5,000.


possession of
was set at


James Bowman, 38,. of
Lawtey was arrested Feb. 15 by
Clay deputies on a warrant for
violation of probation
worthless checks.
David Otis Gentry, 26, of
Lake Butler % as arrested Feb."
14'; b) Union Deputy Brett'
HandleN on a warrant' for'
battery. Bond was- set at;
$5,000.
Benjamin Cutler, 40, of
Orlando was arrested Feb. 17-
by Deputy Thompson on
Bradford warrants for failure to
appear worthless checks'. Bond
was set at $8,000.
Harriet C. Waldron, 23, ofQ
Starke was arrested Feb. 17 by
Bradford Officer M.D. Watson "
on a warrant from St. Johns:
County for reckless driving.


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Gianas means a lot to many in the community


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Dr. Pete Gianas (center) is pictured at his 50th birthday party with Shands Starke
employees Andrea Waterhouse and Gayle Nicula.


our in-service training
(sessions) include him keeping
us up to date on the latest
breakthroughs in the medical
field."
According to Parrish, Gianas
has a unique teaching style.
"As he asks, questions, he:
throws out pieces of candy for
correct answers," Parrish said.
"In school, I never had a
teacher do that."
,iParrish said Gianas also has
a unique relationship with
many of his staff. ,
"In many of the larger
counties, medical directors
rarely see field personnel,"
Parrish said. "Here, many of
the personnel have a true one-
on-one relationship with Pete.".
Green said Gianas is the
same way in Bradford County.
"He's heavily involved in'
the training we do here."
Green said, adding that Gianas
is also involved day-to-day
operations as well."
Green said that involvement


not only involves overseeing
protocol and quality control.
but other things as well.
"He makes himself part of
the crew," Green said. "He can
be found on our rescue units
more often than any other
medical director I know."
On Jan. 7, Gianas
celebrated his 50th birthday at
the Bradford County
Fairgrounds. While many in
the medical field turned out to
wish him well, so too did
many of the individuals whose
lives he has saved.
When asked why he does so
much, Gianas' answer was
simple: "It's because I love
%what I 'do. I can't think of
anything else I would rather be
doing.':
If there's one thing that most
people don't knows about
Gianas, May said it has to be
how he utilizes his car. Gianas'
crams a lot of stuff in there',
"but he seems to know where
everything is," May said.
"People walk by his car, stop,.


then turn around and peer.
through the windows. They are
amazed at what is. in there. -
"He is teased about being in-
a crash and not being injured.-.
due to the amount of stuff in
there."
Nancy Norman, executive
assistant and medical staff and
human resources coordinator
for Shands'Starke, said, "He's
a true asset to the community,
He works so well witl!
everyone here and I don'V:
know what we would don-
without him, The community-,-:
and this hospital, are very-
lucky to have him."
Andrea Waterhouse, director
of quality and support services-
for Shands Starke, said Gianas
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everyone wants as their
physician.
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doctor," Waterhouse said. "He-
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not only his patients, but with-
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Training
session set
for area
farmers
Area farmers who wish to.
participate in two farmers'
market programs starting this-..
spring will be required to
attend a mandatory training
session next month. Training
sessions wil! be held in
various, locations for growers
participating in the Farmers'
Market Nutrition Program
(FMNP). Training sessions
will be held in the following
locations and are mandatory for
all participants. All previous
growers agreements 'have
expired and farmers must attend
training and -sign new
agreements to accept FMNP


Recent arrests
in.Bradford,
Clay or Union
The following individuals
were arrested recently by local
law., enforcement officers in
Bradford, Clay (Keystone
Heights area) or Union
County:


Traffic
Joy Elizabeth Marcinko, 40,
of Keystone Heights was
arrested Feb. 16 by Deputy
White for driving under the
influence (DUI). Marcinko's
vehicle was traffic stopped qn
S.R. 21 for drifting over the
center line numerous times,
Deputy White said. She
smelled strongly of an
-alcoholic beverage. She "refused
testing and refused to submit-to--.
the breath test, Deputy White
said.
Patricia Gail Prevatt, 32, of
Broker was arrested Feb. 16
by FHP Trooper H.J. Cichoski
for ,DUI with damages, leaving
scene of crash with damages
and failing to sign citation.
Prevatt was arrested in the
Kangaroo Express lot on S.R.
231, She refused to submit to
the breathalyzer. Property..'
damage was $1,000, Trooper '
Cichoski said. Bond was set at
$5,000. She was released on
her ,own recognizance by Judge
George Pierce ..-
Wesley M. Seaton,. 24, of
Lake Butler wigs arrested Feb.
14 by Starke Officer Jason
Crosby for careless driving and
resisting without violence.
Seaton's vehicle was observed
swerving off the roadway while
northbound-on S.R. 100. Wheir'
stopped Seaton resisted the
officer by pulling away. He had
to be placed on the ground,
Officer Crosby siid. Seaton
was released after a $1,000
surety bond was posted.
Jessica Larayne Coleman, 24,
of Starke was arrested Feb. 14
by Starke Officer Jason Crosby
for DWLS. A $500 surety bond
was posted for her release from
custody.
Rosa Crews Bruce, 45, of
Starke was arrested Feb. 18 by.
Officer Hooper for-possession
of drug paraphernalia and
DWLS. Bond was set at
$5,000.
Amber Marie Rhue, 34, of
Lake Butler was arrested Feb.
14 by Trooper Childress for
DWLS. A $500 surety bond
was posted for her release.
Elizabeth Ann Peace, 26, of
Jacksonville was arrested Feb.
17 by Lawtey Officer M.E.
Jenkins for DWLS. She was
released after a $500 surety '.
bond was posted..
Eric Allen, 39, of Keystone-
Heights was arrested Feb. 19
by Clay deputies for no valid
driver's license (NVDL) and no
registration.
Berta Jimenez, 28, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Feb. 19 by Clay deputies for .
NVDL.
Stephen Arnold, 26, of
Raiford was arrested Feb. 15 by
Bradford Deputy Casey Moore
for violation of probation
DWLS, resisting arrest without
violence.
Ricky Wayne Miller, 32, was
. arrested Feb. 17 by Starke
Officer M.D. Watson during a
traffic stop on a warrant from
St. Johns County for reckless
driving.
William Tracy White, 37, of
Middleburg was arrested Feb.
19 by Deputy Sapp for failure
to appear DWLS. Bond was set
at $3,000.


checks.
The training is designed to
familiarize local farmers with
two nutritional programs
operated at community farmers'
markets by the Florida
Department of Agriculture and
Consumer Services an4, the
Florid Department of Elder
Affairs.
FMNP provides WIC
participants with coupons that
can be used to purchase locally
grown, fresh Florida fruits and
vegetables. The Senior
Farmers' Market Nutrition
Program (SFMNP) provides
low-income seniors with
coupons that can be used to
purchase locally grown, fresh
Florida fruits and vegetables.
This product can be



purchased ,at authorized
community farmers' markets
from April 1 through July 31.
Under guidelines applicable
to both programs, only fresh
fruits and vegetables grown in
Florida or within 50 miles of
the farmers' market may be
purchased with the coupons.
Coupons may be used, to
purchase a wide variety of
approved commodities.
These programs benefit
farmers by expanding the base
of consumers who shop at
community farmers' markets. It
also benefits consumers who
can easily purchase locally
grown fresh produce using
their program coupons. Fresh
fruits and \egetables are
important to good health, and


theseprograms enable WIC
participants and low-income
seniors to conveniently
purchase nutrition produce that
enhances their diet.
Training will be in
Gainesville, on Thursday, Feb.
9, at the Alachua County
Extension Office from 3-7 p.m.
and in Lake Butler at the
Union County Courthouse on
Tuesday, Feb. 28, beginning at
6p.m.

For more information about
the FMNP program, dates,
times and/or locations, call the
Florida. Department of
Agriculture, Bureau of State
Farmers' Markets, at (850)
487-4322.


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Bradford 4-H member receives hall of fame scholarship


Abigail Crawford received a
2006 Florida Agriculture Hall
of. Fame Scholarship as five
Florida farmers and
agricultural, leaders and 10
youth agricultrliaHeaders were._
honored at the 28th annual-
Florida Agricultural Hall of
Fame banquet.
Crawford was recognized
Feb. 14 at _the Charles M.
Davis Special Events Center
during the Florida State Fair in
Tampa,. More than 700 people
from throughout Florida
attended the event.
The hall of fame recognizes
the great accomplishments of
pioneers in Florida agriculture
and their influence upon the
state, offers a source of
inspiration for those ho have
chosen agriculture as a
vocation, and works to bring
together the next generation of
leadership with current
leadership to influence youitr-
to also make agriculture their
vocation.
"It was quite an
accomplishment to receive one
of the 2006 scholarships," said
Cheri Lively, hall of fame
committee. chair. "We broke
all records with both the


Tekna-Theos
and UCHS to
sponsor
-Aerospace
Days
TEKNA-THEOS Inc., a high
school research and education
company, is partnering with the
science. department of Union
County High School to
sponsor Aerospace Days 2006.
-This two-day event will
utilize America's aerospace
assets to promote engineering
and technical careers witth7th-
10th grade students from
northeast Florida.
Students will hear
presentations by aerospace
experts, compete in four person
teams to solve aerospace related
engineering problems, and view
exhibits representing regional
aerospace and aviation entities.
On Friday, March 10,
interested students and teachers
and students from Clay, Duval,
and Putnamn counties will meet
at the Orange Park Christian
Academy. Then on Tuesday,
March 28, students from Baker,
Bradford and Union counties
will meet at the Union County
High School.
"This year's theme is From
Small Steps to Giant Leaps,"
said OPCA teacher and TTI
President Kevin Simmons.
"Our speakers will emphasize
the contributions of those who
came from rural and small
schools to' America's
preeminence in the fields of
aviation and aerospace."
This second annual event
will have as its keynote
speaker at both locations Greg
Jenkins from Huntsville. Ala.
Jenkins is director of
engineering with Moseley
Technical Services (MTSI) and
has developed several payloads
that have completed 18
successful space flight
missions on the shuttle
middeck, SpaceHab, Spacelab,
Russian MIR Station -and_
International Space Station.
Jenkins developed and
managed an educational
program involving hundreds of
students and teachers in flight
experiments conducted on the
International Space Station.
Also scheduled to speak are
Dr. John Brandenburg, UCF
professor and astrophysicist
from the Florida Space
Research Institute and J.B.
Renninger, director of FCCJ's
Aviation Center of Excellence.
Exhibitors include the
Northeast Florida Association
of Rocketry, the Northeast
Florida Astronomy Society and
NASA's Kennedy Space
Center.


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to any young man or young
woman upon graduation
from school can be
summed up in exactly eight
words, and they are-be
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quantity and the quality of the Scholarship since the program President. She is a member of the following inductees: Roy "Chuck" Smith.
scholarship applications." began in 2,000. the Florida CattleWomen Inc. Gene Davis, Lillie "Belle" "These individuals are
Thirty-five youth- have Crawford is a member of the and is the Florida Cattlemen's Jeffords, James Neville outstanding leaders in the
received the $500 Florida Bradford County 4-H program Association Beef Ambassador. McArthur, Dudley Adelbert
Agriculture Hall of Fame and is the Florida 4-H State The hall of fame welcomed Putnam and Charles Raymond See 4-H, p. 4C


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Initial fitness event in BC has 'wonderful turnout'


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
It was an oercast, wind
da\ %ith the threat of rain
hanging overhead. but that did
not present a good turnout at
the first-e\er Step Up. Florida
rel.\j event to be held in
Bradford County
Terry Miller, the chronic
disease and health promotion
coordinator for Bradford,
Columbia and Union counties,
said more people probably
could've turned out if it had
been a clear, sunny day, but as
it was he was pleased.
Approximately 60 people
took part in a walk that began
at Southside Elementary
School in Starke and ended at
the Starke Recreation
Department. Miller said it was
a good number considering
this was the first year Bradford
County had taken part in the
Step Up, Florida event, which
has been in existence three
years.
"This is a lot better than
what I thought it was going to
be," Miller said.
Winnie Holland, the director
of the Bradford County Health
Department, agreed.
'I think this is a wonderful
turnout." she said during the
walk's stopping point at the
Starke Recreation Depatment,
as ram drops began falling.
Yes, it did eventually rain.
which forced an early end to
the walk, which was supposed


Daria Thornton, Michelle Thornton, Brittany Thornton and Austin Thornton (from
left) participate in stretching exercises, which were led by Curves for Women's
Karen Whittington (far right).


to continue to the health
department Howe\er. a bus
transported participants to the
health department, where they
were treated to fruit, hot dogs
and water.


Step Up. Florida is a
statewide even, put on by the
Bureau of Chronic Disease and
Health Promotion, that takes
place annually in February. It's
goal is to encourage people to
become more physicallN
active.
"It's really just to get





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about being physically actie
and making healthy choices,"
Holland said.
Bradford County residents
could certainly make some
healthier choices %when looking
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Compassionate Friends group helps parents grieve


BY LINDSEY KIRKLAND
Telegraph Staff Writer
When parents lose a child, it
is like they lose a part of
themselves..
A new support group in
Keystone Heights .lends a
compassionate hand to those
who need help to grieve after
losing a child or just someone
who will listen to them.
The organization %.elcomes
.siblings, grandparents, and
other relatives of a child who
has died.


.The mission of The
Compassionate Friends is to
assist families toward the
positive resolution 'of grief
following the death of child
of any age and to provide
information to help others be.
supportive.
Keystone Heights resident
Alice Watts, who is the
group's Lake Area/Keystone
Heights chapter leader,
understands the need for a
group like this.
Watts and her husband, Jay,
lived in Jacksonville in 1986.


They liked the Keystone area
and had decided to move there..
The day their house went up
for sale, their daughter was
killed in a car wreck.
At that moment, Watts said
her whole life stopped. She
took the "For Sale" sign out of
the yard and did not know
what to do.
She said all she and. her
husband wanted was someone
who wpuld listen to them and
who they could share
memories with of their.
daughter.


WWIaI display complements

classroom experience


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
It is one thing for a teacher
to stand up inmfront of a class.
and speak .to students of a
historical event or to let them
read about it in their textbooks
It is, quite another thing for
those students to actually yiew
items relating to the historical
event in question and to talk.to
somebody who took part in it.
Bradford Middle .School
eighth-grade language arts
students, as part of a human
rights study, have been
learning about World War II
and the Holocaust. On Feb. 16,
BMS history teacher, and
World War II reenactor,
Russell Crawford gave a
presentation on the types of
items used and worn by World
War II soldiers. The items
were provided courtesy of the
Camp Blanding Museum.
"It brings history alive for
them," Crawford said. "They
get to see it and. in some cases,
get to touch it."
For example, Crawford
passed around an overcoat
U.S. soldiers dubbed a "horse
blanket." The garment is bulky
and heavy, thus many soldiers
did not even wear them.
In fact, soldiers did not use a
lot of items that were issued to
them because they were too
cumbersome to carry..with
them in 'combat. Thai ,, as'-a
point touched on by'-rftired -'


Watts said they did not mean
anything by it, but some of
their friends would change the
subject when she and her
husband would talk about their
daughter.
It was then that someone
told her about a support group.
It was the Jacks,onville chapter
of The Compassionate Friends.
The nonprofit organization
began in 1969 in Coventry,
England, after the parents of
. two boys who died three days.
apart met to talk about their
grief.
It became a 'nonprofit
organization in the U.S. in
1978, and today there are
approximatelN 600 chapters in
this country alone.
By attending meetings, and
with the passage of time, Watts
and her husband began to heal,
and they eventually carried out
their plans to move to
Keystone Heights.
Last year, Watts'. pastor
approached her about starting a
support group for parents
whose child or children had
died because he knew she
already had been through that,
type of loss.
"When you lose a child, it's


something you never heal
from," she said, so. that is why
she agreed and held the first
meeting of the Lake
Area/Keystone Heights'
chapter of The Compassionate
Friends in November.
"I was surprised at the
turnout," she said because 13-
15 people showed up at the'
first meeting.
On Dec. 16, the group-lit
candles in memory of their.
loved ones as part of the
organization's Worldwide
Candle Lighting. .
The organization's executive
director, Patricia Loder, said
"The Worldwide Candle
Lighting is one way that we try
to bring light out of darkness
during the holidays, a time of
the year that is difficult for
most bereaved families. Like a
ring, this circle of light
surrounding the 1 globe
represents that there is no
beginning and no end for the
love we carry for our children.
It exists for all eternity."
The meetings are now held
from 7-9 p.m. the-first Monday
of each month at Trinity
Baptist Church, 3716 S.E. S.R.
21, two and a half miles south


of Keystone Heights. The
meetings are held in the
Potter's House behind the
main worship center.
Watts said the group offers
grieving parents and families
an opportunity talk freely
about their emotions, as well
as listen to others' stories and
have someone listen to them
who has "been there
"We listen,". she. said.
,"You're not alone" is the
message she tries to send to
people who attend the support
group. She said there is no
other group in the area likeit
and wants everyone to knou it
is open to men and women.
The Compassionate Friends
offers monthly, newsletters,
brochures and books on the
subject of the death of a child
at no charge to the families.
Even though the support
group is held at a church, it has
no religious affiliation. It is
also a nonprofit 501i>ci3i. so
donations are tax deductible.
More information on the
national organization can be
obtained, from its Web site at
www.compasionatefriends org.
or locally, contact Watts at
(352) 473-7261.


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Russell Crawford shows students a pack that was
issued to soldiers and explains the types of items
that would be contained in those packs.


Col. Harry Hatcher, whb was
also present at BMS to talk to
the students about his
experiences. -
Crawford would, for
eX'ahiple,"show 'Audentsh' pack
tsgsued to"sbldiers and discuss


all the items that were meant to
be carried in it. The bottom
portion of the pack, however,
could be dropped and that's
what soldiers did, Hatcher
,said. It was simply too heavy
to lug around:..- 1-1-.
"Speed is life to an
infantryman," Crawford said.
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4-H
Continued from p. 1C

Florida agriculture'
community," Charles Bronson,
Florida's Commissioner of
Agriculture, said. "Their areas
of expertise and hours of
dedicated service keep
Florida's agricultural industry
a viable one for this state and
is highly revered around the
globe."
"Year after year, it amazes
me to see the magnitude of
what these individuals, bring to
agriculture in Florida,". said
Reggie Brown, president of the
Florida Agricultural Hall of
Fame. "Their contributions and
hard work are nothing short of


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member
Abigail
Crawford was
': the recipient
of a Florida
Agriculture
Hall of Fame
scholarship.






amazing."
The Florida Agricultural
Hall of Fame, a nonprofit
organization devoted to,
preserving the history of
Florida agriculture, was
created in 1980. Men and
women who have made
outstanding contributions to
Florida agriculture are
inducted annually during a
ceremony\ held each February
at-the Florida State Fair The
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Fame has a permanent exhibit'
located on the fairgrounds.
The Florida State Fair
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the Florida Department of
Agriculture and Consumer
Services, Charles H. Bronson,
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S number two seed.
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senior like Traavis Chandler,

apt ain of has appeared in. 12 games this -
.I l season.

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School basketball player OOPS CcamT
Traavis Chandler is one of two .
team captains for. Nova IS CC pting
Southeastern Universiy, accepting
which is in contention for the lll ,lAi l
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regular-season championship. The annual "All About
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last yIgh 1 ord wq'lake Butler is s .t gor
conference pTav'. ch hA' i ".,hlal 31-iine 3 anA registration
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20 of the Sharks' 24 games to
date, could very -well meet up
with former Bradford
teammate Chris Thompson of
the University of Southern
Indiana if Nova Southeastern
advances to the national
tournament. The two played on
Bradford's distr ic t
championship team of 2000-
01.
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Bradford High graduate, also
plays for the Sharks, who will
enter their conference-
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either the number one or


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and lasts until 2 p.m. It is open
to boys and girls in grades K-
7, and is also open to girls in
eighth-grade.
The camp cost is $45 during
early registration and $55 the
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Perry Davis at (386) 496-4378
or e-mail him at
davisp@union.kl2.fl.us.


WWII
Continued from p. 3C

As for the overcoat, Hatcher
said, "They would never wear
it. Too heavy, too bulky."
As the students passed the
coat around, Crawford said,
"Now you'll see why the
colonel said they dumped a lot--
of stuff. It was heavy."
Crawford showed students
different types of headwear,
what K-rations .consisted of
and what kinds of personal
effects soldiers were issued,
while Hatcher fielded general
questions about his wartime.
experience, which was in both
Europe and the Pacific.
Hatcher was asked if he was
afraid (."l'n sure I was at some
point") and if he was ever shot
(,"I %%as probably shot at, but
never hit"), while also taking.
the time to talk to students of
his induction June 5, 1941, at
Camp Blanding, his training
and his unit, the Third U.S.
Infantry (the Old Guard).
"The Old 'Guard is a special
troop," Hatcher said as he told
students it is the oldest infantry
uni' in service ..
Crawford was adorned in
uniform, though he "did not
serve in the war-he %%as too
young for that. However. he
got involved with the Camp
Blanding Museum and as a
reenactor after some friends of
his got involved and because
of the fact that his father-in-
law went through his military
training at Camp Blanding.; : 3'
"I thought that wouldbe;
kind of a neat thing, to get.
involved with the museum,"
Crawford said. "Since they. do
displays of living history. TIgot


involved in that."
Crawford also has an
interest in the war because he
grew up during that time and
witnessed its effects on his
parents.
"My parents lived it and
fought in it," Crawford said.
"My father-in-law, he helped
relieve Dachau. Some of the
stories he told, we grew up on
-that-and-wegrewip on World
War II movies with John
Wayne. That was us.
"'When youi idolize your.
parents and you look at what
they did, you can see why they
call it the 'Greatest
Generation."'
Linda Sheffield, a language
arts teacher at'BMS, said she
has witnessed some students
now getting in touch with that
"Greatest Generation" by
talking with their relatives who
lived during World War II..
"We've got kids who,
because of this, go home and
talk to their grandparents."
Sheffield said. "I just had a
student tell the he didn't know
his grandfather was, in the
Battle of the Bulge,-so they're
talking.'
"It's just a good way to
connect generations that don't
always get confiected"
It may seem odd ; that.
students are learning about,
history during their language
arts classes, but Sheffield and
fellow language arts teacher
Donna Smith said the two
subjects really go; hand in
hand.
"They need to understand
the history to understand what
they're reading," Smith said.
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Tew Grubbs of Starke.
Paternal grandparents are
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Tigers suffer overtime loss

in regional quarterfinals


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
It was as good a start as a
team could hope to have in the


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Keystone Heights High
School senior Karlyn Reddish
was confident that she would
get the chance to play
basketball beyond high school
and Flagler College is giving
her thatopporutnity.
Reddish signed a letter of
intent Feb. 13 at the KHHS
media center to play for
Flagler-the culmination of a
lifelong goal.
"It's just so nice to finally
get to this moment, where
you've finally made it to what
you've been working toward


first round of the regional
playoffs, but the nays the
Union County boys basketball
team finished up the Region 2-
Class 3A quarterfinal it hosted


Kevin Alexander, shown grabbing a rebound for the
Tigers in the District 6-3A championship game,
scored 12 points in an overtime loss to Williston in
the Region 2 quarterfinals.


for your whole life,"
said.
That work began w
was old enough t(
Reddish said. That's v
began playing basket
her brother, Brett, and
been hooked ever since
"I just love the gar
said. "I can't get away
and I can't get enough
It took Reddish ma
to develop her skills
this point, but it did
Flagler coach Craig I
long to know that he
Reddish on his team. I
said Reddish made ai


Feb. 16 was anything but good
as the visiting Williston Red
Devils defeated the Tigers 72-
71 in overtime.
The Tigers, who at one point .
led 31-5 in the first half, were
up by three points when Chris
Perry was. fouled and sent to
the free-throw line. with 13
seconds remaining. Perry
missed both .free throws, which
enabled the Devils to send the
game into overtime when
Jarell Hopkins made a 3-a
pointer with six seconds on the
clock.
C.J..Spiller helped keep his ,
team close in overtime, scoring
six points before Justin Griffin :
made a i) ing basket with with
less than 20 seconds
remaining.
Brown was fouled, however,.'
and sent .to the free-throw line
with three, seconds on the .
clock. Brown made one free
throw and the Tigers 'never got ,
off a final shot attempt, losing
control of the ball as they tried
to advance it upcourt.
Williston (19-6) played a
semifinal 'game against
Orlando Jones (16-12) Feb. 21,
while, the Tigers ended their.
season with a 16-12 record.
It was all Union ,at the.
beginning of, the game.
Brendan. Odom scored six
points in the first quarterI
including one basket on a
layup following a steal by Ted
Young that sent the Tigers into
the second quarter up 17-5..
The Tigers then went on a
14-0 run that began when
Spiller stole the ball and made
a,3-pointer.
Griffin,.. Young and
Rodencia Austin each had'3-
See TIGERS, p. C10


Karlyn
Reddish
(seated,
center) is
flanked by
Flagler coach
Craig
Douglass and
her mother,
Wanda.
Standing are:
KHHS coach
Jessica
Marquart,
Karlyn's
brother, Brett,
and her
father, Doug.


Reddish will

t Flagler
Reddish impression on him when she
participated in a workout with
'hen she current players, but it was
o walk, more than her athletic ability
vhen she that struck him.
)all with
she has "We know she's a good kid
and a good student," Douglass
ne," she said. "Before we even talked
From it about basketball, I decided she
of it" was the type of person that we
were looking for."
ny years Of course it will be her court
to reach skills that determine whether
not take or not she's a successful player
Douglass at Flagler. 'Keystone head
wanted coach Jessica Marquart said
Douglass
n instant See REDDISH, p. 10C


Bradford softball players Nikki Goolsby (seated, second from left) and Kasey
Barrett signed letters of intent to play at South Florida Community College.
Pictured seated are Nikki's mother, Kim Jackson (far left), and Kasey's mother,
Robin Witt. Standing are: Mike Jackson, Nikki's stepfather, John Goolsby, Nikki's
father, South Florida head coach Carlos Falla and Rusty Barrett, Kasey's father.


Bradford softball duo wil

attend South Florida CC


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Carlos Falla, the head
softball coach at South Florida
Community College in Avon
Park, scours the state for
superb athletes, but when it
comes to recruiting, he is also
looking for those athletes who
are good in school and who
take their education seriously.
Falla believes he has found
twko such players at Bradford
High School. Kasey Barrett
and Nikki Goolsbh both signed
letters of intent Feb. 15 to play
at South Florida.
"They're good kids, they
come from good families and.
they know what it's : all.
about-education, and softball
is a tool that helps them get
that." Falla said.
The two BHS seniors said
they were both excited about
this opportunity-to continue
playing and to do so with each
other.
"I was excited about going
there because Kasey's going
there," Goolsbyv aid, adding
that 'she nd :Bjrictt \% UIld
probably roohl together.
"We've been friends for a long
time and I knew that would be


a good thing-for us to go were some other schools that.-"',
together."
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but runs great,
$1995.1995 Mazda
B2300. 5sp, cold ac,
banged up runs good.
$1995, Also 94 Cnevy
Lumina Van, cold ac,
needs transmission,
work, runs $655. Call,
904-964-4111.
1990 FORD ECONOLINE
Runs good, needs AC
and windshield fixed. 4
Swivel seats with cargo,.
area. $625, call 904-796-
0761 before 3pm.
1999 Mercury Sable SW,'-
excellent condition,
46,000K new tires, AC,
power everything,
$5,900. Call 904-964-
7355 or 904-964-4244
after 6pm.
2005 KAWASKI ZZR 600
Divue. 1110 miles, $6300.
Call Jim at 1352-468-2433
or cell 904-364-7322.
44 Boats &
ATV's
2005 HONDA 3 Wheeler,
runs good, good tires,
$400 OBO. Call 904-.
96J- 2..:","
45L,La6hCfaif,'
Sale
DW 2BR' i 5 BA ON 1 acre,
Dackporcn Crystal Lake
Home site. Lake access
$80,000. Call 352-473-
44'2.
Commercial
Property
FORt.EASE OR sale. Ideal
lo tion 2 parcels! 2800
SQFT building with of-
fice, barn, mini storage,
5 ares. off of South 301
Alio 8 acres partially
cleared Boin lois 3,'0in
of-a mile Irom new
Walmart Call 904.964-
3827 for more inlorma-
CONIMERCIALI RETAIL
scce by Starke Post
Ofce for rent or lease


'tOwner:,


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.
1 PROFESSIONAL QF-
FICE space adjacent to
the court house, $30012'
x 13'6". Call 904-964-
4111.
48 Homes for
Sale




Realt

35-7388


OWNER FINANCING
Brand new construction,
site. built home, 3BR/
2BA, large wooded 2/3
acre ; lot, Keystone
Heights area. $1995
down. Call 352-692-
4343. www.new.
house411.com.
WE BUY JUNKY
. HOUSES, nice ones too.
Can close in under 72
hours. 352-258-0865 or
webuyjunky
houses.com.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
3BR/2BA concrete block
home, on 8/4 acre, newly '
remodeled, a steal at
$115,900. Owner agent,
call 352-475-9384.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
nice 3BR/2BA DW, new
roof, siding, porches,
fenced, quiet area.
`$59,900 call 352-475-
9384.
FOR SALE or Lease, to
buy. 3BR/2BA DW on 1.5
acres. SW 35th St.
Worthington Springs.
Call 386-466-1104.,
2BR/1 BA BLOCK home on
1 acre, tile floors,, com-
pletely remodeled, down
VFW road, beautiful
land, cute home,,
$127,000. Call 904-334-
2741 or 386-496-2403. .
OPEN HOUSE- Sunday,
Feb 26th from 1pm to,
3pm. 307 SE 46th Loop.
Lakeside classic on
beautiful Paradise Lake.
Watson Realty Corp. Call
Maria Jones 352-473-
6232 or Nancy Barbera
at 352-473-6203 for in-

formation.
49 Mobile
Home for Sale
.1989 2BR FR etwood.. 14 ..
2 '50C' 080 .0a1 '
$150 i'n'ti1 aI'r
904-364-6680
DW 2BR1 5 BA ON acre
.back porch, Crystal Lake
Home site Lake access
$80.000 Call 352-473-
4432
50 For Rent
NEWLY REMODELED up-
stairs apartment In down-
town Starke. 1/BR, CH/
A. $400 month, 1st, last,
and security deposit. NO
PETS. Call Joan at 904-
964-4303.
RENT-TO-OWN c and d
new construction, site "
built home, 3BR/2BA,
large wooded 2/3 acre
lot, Keystone Heights
area. $1995 down. Call
352-692-4343.


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With or Without
4 Homes

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Small Pond


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


T.H.E. Apartments

922 E. Brownlee St. Starke, Florida

Newly Remodeled
2 & 3 Bedrooms Available

Rent is based on Income
Water, Sewer
On-Site Laundry Facility & Play Areas
Office Open: Monday Friday 8:00 to 4:30 p.m.
Call (904) 964-7133
\ Voice TTY Access 1-600-545-1833. Ext 381 e i


Call 904-964-4111.
OFFICE SPACE for rent
$350 to $650, 300 sq ft
to 750 sq ft. Townsend
House Business Center,
Lake Butler. Call 386-
496-1878.
3BR/2BA DW LARGE lot,
Keystone Heights area,
ro pets, nice yard. $450
per month, $450 deposit.
Call 352-478-2697.
LARGE CLEAN FUR-
NISHED efficiency on
Bedford Lake, no pets,
reference required. $550
per month plus deposit,
includes uilities/cable.
Call 352-473-7769.
LARGE OFFICE (40 of-
fices) Downtown. Ideal
for several persons to
occupy. $500 per month
with 1 year lease. Call
904-964-6305. .
FOR RENT OFFICE
space, by post office,
downtown,- good loca-
tion, $400 per month.


904-964-8111


Call 904-964-6305.
COZY 3BR/1.5BA HOME
walking distance to
downtown Keystone,
great neighborhood.-
$700 per month, first and
last months rent required
with $700 deposit. No
pets. Call 352-473-4489.
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 with dis-
count flo early payment
Lease. aeposii credit
cneck & riding mower
required Call 904 259.
4126.
R, EMODLED 3BR2BA SW
on 1 5 acres, fenced, of0
ol 315C in Keystone
Heignis $600 monpr,
plus deposit References
required Call 386-445-
6302
3BR/2BA MH on one acre,


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quiet neighborhood,
close to Keystone
schools. $550 per month
plus deposit. Call 352-
475-6260.
3BR/2BA DW remodeled,
:1/3 acre on-paved road.
$650 per month, $650
security. Call 904-553-
3301.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
very large 2BR/2BA ex-
cellent condition, quiet,
CH/A, gas furnace &
stove, W/Q hookup, $525
per month plus security
and utilities. Lake
- Geneva MH Park ON
SR 100 Unaer new owvr,
ersanipi Must nave good
rental nisiory Call Rich
352-473-3569
STARKE 3BR.'2BA DV on
1,2 acres CHA $600
per morin, plus deposil
Call 352-235.1386
STARKE 2BR/1BA SW on
1/2 acre, CHA $350 per


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month plus deposit. Call
352-235-1386.
FOR RENT Country setting
of SR 241.3BR/2BADW,
CH/A, porches, barn on
4.5 acres. $575 per
month plus $250 secu-
rity. Call 386-496-2276
okr386-496-3351 nights.
52 Animals &:
Pets
REGISTERED CHOCO-
LATE Labs 6 weeks Cld
ready now, champion
blood line, parents on
site, $400. For more in-
formalton call 229-326-
0647.
YELLOW LAB PUPPIES


$400 each. AKC regis-
tered & health certificate.
Very sweet & love kids.
Born Christmas Eve. Call
352-475-1188.
FREE PUPPIES Lab/,
Chow. Call 904-964-
3571.
53 A Starke
Yard Sales
YARD SALE Wed, Thurs,
Fri & Sat. Collectible
dolls & cars, craft stuff,
clones Wealner perm.i
ling 100 Easi rr miles :
trailers from Eaw3iO
Grocery on left, across
from Hope Baptist
Church.


YARD SALE FEB 24 & 25,
8am to 12pm, 514 W.
Adkihs Street, Starke.
'25" color TV with sur-
round sound, DVD
player, vanity table, etc.
FRIDAY & SAT. 9am to
noon. 1400 Old Lawtey
Rd. Back of the house.
House-wares, clothes,
car seat, & more. Spring
cleaning everything must
go.
53 B Keystone
Yard Sales
HUGE 4 FAMILY garage
sale. Fri.& Sat, am to
1pm. Gustafson Rd (rain
or shine). Take HWY 100


www.new
house411.com.
WATERFRONT, BRAND
NEW, 3BR/2BA2150 sq
ft, site built home, on 2/3
acre with paved roads,
$154,900. Call 352-692-
4343. Information avail-
able at www.new
house411.com.
FURNISHED ROOMS
FOR RENT! COM-
PLETE with CH/A, cable
provided, all utilities paid!
Central location. 10%
discount on first months
rent for 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 more!
See Manager at the
Magnolia Hotel, across
frompne Starke Post Of-
ice W4-964 4303
WE HAVE20OR 3 Deoarom
MH. clean close to
prison. Call 352-468-
1323.. -
SOUTHERN VILLAS OF
Starke Apts. Looking for
applicants. 1& 2 BR HC
& non HC apartments.
'Central ac/heat, on site
laundry, playground, pri-
vate and quiet atmq-
sphere. Located on,
*SR16, 1001 Southern.
Villas Drive, Starke, Fl or
call 904-964-7295, TDD/
TTY 711. Equal Housing
Opportunity.
FOR RENT- 2 & 3BR
homes, newly renovated.
Deposit required. Call
386-496-3067; 678-438-
6828 or 678-438-2865,
for more information.
FOR RENT- 2 & 3BR
homes, newly renovated.
Deposit required. Call
386-496-3067, 678-438-
6828 or 678-438-2865,
for more information.
FOR RENT; 14x70 mobile
home, 2BR/2BA, A/C,
heat, $550 per month. A
security deposit plus first
and last months rent is
required. Call 904-964-
8431 or 352-745-1189.
2BR/1BA FOR RENT, CH/
A,'$550 per.month, good
condition, no pets, first &
last plus deposit, lease.


Toll Free
liful I LOt s 1-866-964-4202
hin feet from 400 acre r 1107 S. Walnut Street
at access. Lots ranging IWI
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es Only, Bring Offers! sUEocAS SCTI (Located behind Bradford County Eye Center)


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ON CORNER LOT IN RIVER ROAD
PLANTATION on 2.5 acres. $115,000.
MLS#273942.


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signs.
ESTATE AUCTION Fri,
Feb 24th, 7pm at Com-
mercial Circle, Keystone
Heights, 32656 FL.
Large 4 section enter-
tainment center, like new/
sofa hide a bed & wing
back recliners, several
pieces, hard rock maple.
Several sets old china,
lots of antiques, collect-
able & house hold Items.
Cash, check, Visa, MC or
debit. 12% buyers pre-
mium, 2% B.P. discount
with cash, check. Key-
stone Auction .Service,
AB 1648, AU 2225. Call
352-473-9008.
55 Wanted
WANTED USED TV's,
Love Seats/ Chairs, any
misc little tables, end
tables, coffee tables, mi-
crowaves, lamps.
Please contact Joan
904-964-4303.
TIMBER AND LAND
tracks of 1000 acres or
more wanted for imme-
diate acquisition. All cash
buyer. Contact Mark
Allender, broker 352-
.281-3767.
57 For Sale
MATTRESS TWIN sets
$89, full sets $129,
Queen sets $159, King
sets $189. Mattress Fac-
tory, 441 East Brownlee
St. Carpets also- large
room size pieces. Save
a lot. Cash and carry.
Call Sonia at 352-473-
7173 or 904-964-3888.
KENMORE WASHER and
dryer, new type $100
and up each, electric
stove, written guarantee,
free local delivery. For
appointments, call 904-
964-8801.
BED-QUEEN orthopedic
Pillowtop mattress and
box. Name brand, newiin
plastic, with warranty.
Can deliver. Sacrifice
$140. Call 352-372-
8588.
BED-KING SIZE Pillowtop
mattress and boxspring
with manufactures war-
ranty. Brand new still in
plastic. Can deliver. Sell
for $200. Call 352-372-
7490.
BEDROOM SET 7 piece
Gorgeous cherry queen/
king bed, dresser, mirror,
2 nightstands, chest
available, dovetail con-
struction. New still in-
boxes. Retail $5200,
sacrifice for $1400.352-
377-9846.
DINING ROOM SUITE-
beautiful cherry table, 6
chippendale chairs and
lighted hutch and buffet. .
Brand new still boxed.

FOR SALE
2 Parcels
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


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Economy Inn
Lawtey, FL
Daily $35 & up
Wkly $169 & up.
Daily Rm Service
Microwave Cable
Refrigerator Local Phone
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Can deliver
$5800, sacri
352-377-984
MATTRESS
$89, full s
Queen sets
sets $189. M
tory, 441 Eas
St. Carpets
room size pi
a lot Cash
Call Sonla a
7173 or 904-
MATTRESS
$89, full s
Queen sets
sets $189 M
story. 441 Eas
St. Carpets
room size pi
a lot. Casn
Call Sonia
7173 or,904
BED $100. NE\
Full size o
pillowtop set.
ic witn fact
from Postur
deliver. Call
376-1600.
BEDROOM
never use
boxes. I ha
and can de
call 352-376
QUEEN PIL
mattress set
pillowtop se
cheaper Is ch
new ma
Posturecrah
tic Can di
Bnan 352-2I
BED BRAND
Sacrifice $1
thopeoac pil
Never use
wrapped in
original warr
brand Postu
deliver call EB
494-0333.
HOT TUB/S
Brand new L
therapy lets
LED lights
110v eneig
Witn warrant
livery call 35.
BEDROOM Cl


set. All wood custom
er. Retail built Louis Phillipe sleigh
ifice $1100. bed. All doveta!'con-
46. struction, trueglide
TWIN sets drawers. Never been
sets $129, used! Still in boxes. Re-
$159, King tail $6500 sacrifice
mattress Fac- $1300. Can deliver. Call
st Brownle e Bnan at 352-264-9799
also- farge POOL TABLE georgous 8
pieces. Save all wood tale Leather
and carry pockets Italian 1' slaie.
at 352-473- carved legs. Brand new
-964-3888 still in crate. Cost $4500
TWIN sets sell for $1350. Call 352-
gets 1$129, 264-9799.
$159, King. ..VERY LARGE fresh or sail
atiress Fac- water" Ish tianK witn iali
st Brownlee wrought iron stand and
also- large accessones, $350 King
pieces Save size bed witn nead-
and carry board, $350. Toolbox for
at 352-473- large truck, $50.
-964-3888. Packard Bell computer
VERUSEDI Intel Inside Pentium
orthopedic $100 Swimming pool.
. Still in plas- brand new cost is $550
ry warranty selling for $300 Large
ecralt Can pictures, tapes., clones.
Brian 352- hospital bed and many
other items. Call 904-
6PC SET 964-8498.
dl Still .In POOL FOR SALE 6
ve in truck months old, 14ft x 4ft
liver. $395, deep, with pump & lad-
5-1600. der. Everything for $600,
LLOWTOP (moving) cost $1300.
t. $130 real Great shape. Call 904-
t. Anything 669-1094.
hehp. Brand WEDDING DRESS SIZE
ade by 12 equals size 7 pants.
Still in plas- Strapless, sleeveless,
liver, call pearls. embroiaered
64-9799 boaice. train paid $900
NEW KING asking $700 OBO. Call
95 3pc or- 904-626-1193. ,
lowtop.set DISPLAY CASES 2; 60
d set, still Inch X 36 inch, with
plastic with glass shelves. $75 eacn
anty. Name OBO. Call Ann at 904-
recraft. Can 964-8610.
rian at 352- 30 GALLON GAS water
heater $30.'Winningham
PA $1795 mowers & assorted
Loadedwith .:pans. $100 ,0B0. Call
s, waterfall. 386-496-0780 after
cupholders. 3pm.
gy efficient 36'FIFTH WHEEL(trailer),
ity. Free de- Jayco designed, 1988,
2-376-1600. $6,000. 2,1' boat with
HERRY 7pc fish finder, radar, & re-


place motor, $4000. Call
352-473-5622.
59 Personal
Services
CLARK FOUNDATION
REPAIRS, INC. Cor-
rection of termite & wa-
ter-dcamaged wood &
sills. Leveling & raising
Houses/Bldgs. Pier Re-


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964-8559.
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MRS CLEAN not enough
hours in the day to clean.
I specialize in all areas
of residential cleaning.
Call Mrs. Clean at 352-
468-1834.
HOUSE CLEANING


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WOLFF TANNING
BEDS Buy Direct and
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from $22 a month! FREE
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Justice. Job Placement.
Computer provided.
Financial aid if qualify.
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www.onlinetidewatertech
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DEMO HOMESITES
WANTED NOW! For
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Homes, Cabins &
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f Murhy Mu317
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honest,. very depend-
able. Call 904-504-6076.
K & Y CLEANING service.
$29.95 for most 2 hour
jobs. Churches, homes,
businesses, 20 years
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1.5 acres plus, 90 miles
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DEEP WATER LOTS
Beautifully situated on
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of magnificent frontage
on Battery Creek in
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deep waterfront
dockable. tidal creek and
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dockable waterfront only
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are new to the market!
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5263 ext. 8.
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Waterfront lots from
$49.900. (866)888-7332.
ext. 12.
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lakeside community. 1 to
5 acre wooded and lake
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Planned amenities.
Minutes from
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(866)292-5769 Gates of
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Elevation. Adjoins
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acres on mountain top in
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owner (866)789-8535
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1.7- 21 Acres from
$149,900. rollingg hills,
views, trails. Only 2
miles- 1-75. Discount
ends 2/28.
Broker/Owner. (352)330-
0022.
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RETREATS Newly
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view sites. 5 to 50 estate
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90 minutes to Nashville.
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iver Lodge.
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65 Help
Wanted
HO)vE SUPPORT STAFF-
to work with develop-
mrentally disabled indi-
Vlduals in group homes
;in Starke. Requires High
rASchool Diploma or GED
& Valid FL Drivers Lic. w/
od driving record. $7
er hour plus benefits.
EOE call 904-964-1468
or 904-964-8082. '
r-LP WANTED- Con-
;struction Contractor and
sub-contractrs several
openings in various ar-
eas of building (framing,
nish, roofing, concrete/
Wtock, plumbing, electri-
Ical & siding) must have
Experience in one or
more of construction
_phases, own tools and
-Aransportalon. Call 352-
58-0865
ON REPS needed in all
' areas Start up and earn
e50%. total investment
1 0 Sian today local
grainng. Call Snerry at
04.964-8851.
EDSCOVER' HOW ANY.
g3NE can earn $25.$50.
even $100 or more in as
~ntle as 2.3 minutes per
May taking-easy 'No
m3rainer" surveys Stan
godayl tp ht
S Ickba nk ne i
Tcounlrymorn'sponiine
SHOP HELP NEEDED. I-
Srgiass manulaclunng
Snd trimming will train
lull lime 40 hour week
Supply in person at U S
ody Source. 1 5 miles
south ol Hampton on
JR 325
RE GIVER 2 years
Rxpernence working wiln
elderly or disabled cli-
aILs. 2 or 3 days per
week Su-Ei's Retire.
inent Home, Hampton
Phone 352-468-2619.
NURSERY HELP
N.EEDED weed pulling
erfilizing ect Full lime
30 hour week Apply in
Person at U S Body
ouice, 1 5 miles Souln
ef Hampton on CR 325
C4RPENTERS NEEDED
top pay, great benefits
for work on the weslside
61 Jacksonville Call 386-
t66-1079 or 386-266-
9236.
FI AMERS/CARPEN-
TERS NEEDED. top pay
plus benefits, tor work on
pest side of Jax. Irans-
rtalion provided. M-F.
7:30 to 4:30, paid
weekly. Own Iools a
plus, but not necessary.
Call 386-266-0179 or
p86-266 -0236
HELPER FOR WORK IN
oome repair Call 352-
475-1596 leave rmes
SLN,-WOKEE
NEEDED. musl have
ood dnvers license and
wn transportation. with
at least 6 months com-
mercial exp Call Larry at
2-473-2542.
DjTA ENTRY/ File Clerk,
S0 hours per week Ap-
Sly ARC of Bradford
1351 S. Water St.,
Stake FL 32091. Call
904-964-7699.
CARETAKER for one eld-
erly developmentally dis-
abled adult in a small
roupD home selling


Mfust nave 1 year oi ex-
perience in medical,
child care. or olher re-
lated field Two positions
available at 30 and 40
nours per week Back-
ground and drug test re-
quired Apply ARC ol
Bradlord 1351 S Water
St., Starke FL 32091.
Call 904-964-7699.
MEAT CUTTER WANTED
FT or PT. Apply in per-
son at Lawtey Super-
market.
BASSETT SURVEYORS
land, help wanted Expe-
rience required. Call
904 626-0902 or 352-
473.4333
ADVANCED PATIENT'
Transportation (APT),
division of St. V.nceni's in
Jacksonville, FL is seek-
ing Paramedics(FT or
PRN), EMT's(FT) &
Driver's(FT). We offer
excellent Denefils wilch
include tuition reim-
oursement. paid uni-
forms & 401K plan of.
lered bor FT positions
medical benefits ordered
lot FT Isi day ol montn
afier 30 days of employ-
ment Go to our websile


wwwlaxneaiin om 10o
day for iol specific inlor-
malion & apply online
THE YMCA IS looking for
after school counselors
in Starke and Lake But
ler 2-6pm. M-F Please
call 904.964-9622 loday
or apply in person al Ihe
YMCA.
LOG SCALER/ANALYST
position available. Prefer
2-year college degree
with Forestry or Busi-
ness Management. We
are an EECC Drug free
workplace. 401K dental
& nealln insurance paid
vacation, holidays Apply
al Gilman Building Prod-
ucls. 6640 CR 218.
Maxville, FL or lax re
sume 10o (904)289-7736
COMPANY SPECIALIZ-
ING in Erosion control
now hiring Ine following
positions Crew leaders.
equipment operators la-
borers, Class A CDL
dnvers, mechanics-valid
Drivers license a Musil
Fax resume 1o 904-275-
3292 or call 904-275-
4960, EOE
PROFESSIONAL DRIV-
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Full benefits package. ,


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ESTATE AUCTION

Fri., Feb. 24, 7:00 pm
Commercial Circle, Keystone Heights;, FL
Large 4 sofa & hide-a-bed and 2 wing-back recliners.
Several pieces Hardrock maple furniture. Several
sets old china & lots of antique, collectible &
household items.
Terms of auclion- Cash, check w/ID, Visa, Mastercard or
Debit. 12% Buyer's Premium plus tax -2% B.P. discount
w/casn/check
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AB#1648, Co. Ken Mitchell, AU #2225
5500 8E 3rd Ave.. Kei'yton Heights. FL 32656.
*_ Call for Information (352) 473-9008


IUGE ESTATE SALE

I March 2, 3 & 4*8 am- 5 pm
12166 N.W. CR 225, Starke, FL

Antiques and Collectibles
Hundreds of items including glass, potter), furniture, wall
hangings, figurines, kitchenware, Avon collection, crystal,
diina, etc. Two Icart etchings. Items too numerous to list.
Presented by Irene Della Porta


KPG INVESTMENTS
leader in quick service restaurants, is now
accepting applications for Assistant Manager
,(salaried) and Shift Manager Positions (up to $10.00
:per hour) with a minimum of one year experience,
:must work flexible hours.
Apply in person at our Starke Location
S582 N. Temple Ave. (Hwy 301), Starke, FL
or fax management resumes to 904-733-4949
;'* EEOE


EXPERIENCED CIS A DRIVERS NEEDED*

CHIP & LIVEBOTTOM VANS

'-$1000 Sign on Bonus, Home Nights

Local Runs $650 -750+

HealthlLife Ins Avail, 401k

Paid Vacation, Wkly Performance Bonus

$500 Quarterly Safety/Perf Bonus

DOT Insp & Driver Referral Bonus

FLATBED DRIVERS

$700 $1000 WKLY

HOME 1-2 NIGHTS & EVERY WIE

CALL

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S 1-800808-3052


Dr, Dulk an l f131 Deal
Positions at Newberry
terminal. Commercial
Carriers Corp. Call 866-
300-8759. ._ ,"'.
ATTENDANT 40 nr wk. 3-
S11 'shift: Call Mrs. Luz at
904-284-8531. ?enney:
Reltremenl Community
Drug Free Work Place &
EOE.
MIG WELDERS needed
for immediate employ-
ment. Great pay and
great hours for this
Wesisiae Jacksonville
position Chase Stalling
904-739-3910. .
SEEKING FT LICENSED
Physical Tnerapisl tor
new PT owned oul pa-
lieni orthopeaic clinic in
Starke Salary and Den-
efits negoliaDle. excel-
lent work environment
Please call or fax re-
sume 10o 904-284-5967
or e-mail at egnetze5967
@1bellsouln net
PT OFFICE MANAGER
flo medical business
Musl nave bookkeeping
and billing experience
Send resume to P.O.
Box 1231. Melrose, FL
32666



*Pressure Washing
PaIning
Carpentry
Home Repairs
Tree Trimming
Local References I
Call John
352-473-2344


MELROSE RESIDENT
needs home care aide
immediatley Wnle jane-
Brotheroe. CrO Bradford
Terrace Renab 808
Colley Ra Slarke FL.
32091. wih resume and
or call 904-964-9925
room 508A
CNA.32TO40HRWK 3-
11 & 11-.7 shifts Apply at
Penney Retriement
, Community. 800-638-
3138 or 904-284-8200.
Drug Free Work Place
EOE
OUTDOOR HOUSE keep-
ing FT. clean walkways
windows & odiner duties
Apply at admin bldg
Park ol the Palms. in
Keystone Heigihts
DINNER COOK wanted
Gainesville Sorority
Aprox hours 11am to
6pm, Mdon thru Fri 3
Saturday per month
l10am to 1pm Immedi-


* Pumps
*.Sales
* Parts
* Service

M ersl
EGPDA
N4v,-


,ale opening Family at-
mosphere, experience
necessary, salary range
is. $8 to $10 per hour,
plus health benefits. Fax
resume to 352-375-
7937.
CNA 40 HR work week. 16
bed Alzheimer's facility
for3-11 & 11-7 shift, Pre-
fer one 'year exp as a
caregiver. Ability to work
with elderly residents
with dementia. Apply at
Penney Retriement
Community 800-638-
3138 exl 114 or 904.
284-8200 Drug Free
WOrk Place & EOE
L OAD E 'MO T OR
GRADER operators
needed Experience pie.
ferred Valid Drivers L-.
cense a musl Drug-free
workplace with Deneflis
Apply wirtin Andrews
Paving. Inc 386-462.
1115
TRUCK DRIVERS expe-


QUALITY SERVICE SINl




964-
Rotar3 Well Drilling 2-6"
- 864 N Temple A e US H, 30l N r.L
Sirk.e. FL tmx


rence prelerred. Valid
drivers license a must.
DFWP with benefits. Ap-
ply within Andrews Pav-
ing, Inc. Call 386-462-
1115.
CONCRETE LABORERS
with 1 yr experience,
Valid drivers license a
must, DFWP with ben-
efits. Apply within
Andrews Paving. Inc
' Call 386-462-1115
ASPHALT CREW Experi-
ence preferred. Valid
drivers license a musl
DFWP wllr, benehlis Ap-
ply witnin Andrews P3v
inc Inc Call 386-462-
1115
CONSTRUCTION WORK-
ERS helper positions
availaDie very lIIle ex-
perience needed lull
lime and pan lime avail-
aule, some oenefils Ap-
ply in person at Aulno.
rzed Conslruclion Ser-
vices 7200 SE US


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Clariant


Clariant Life Science Molecules, a
manufacturer of specialty fine chemicals
and located in the Airport Industrial Park
in Gainesville, is looking to fill the
following openings:

Chemical Operator Trainee
Incumbent will be trained to safely
operate chemical production processes.
Qualified candidates will possess the
ability to learn and follow complex
procedures; operate in a team-based
en ironment, work outdoors, work nights
& weekends (2/2/3 schedule), and possess
a HS diploma or GED.
Starting pay is $12.40/hr; top rate is
$21.18/hr

We offer a competitive benefit package
.tilt .i.g. *.medical/dental..ptana.,- pld-;
vacations/holidays, 401 K, etc.

Apply in person on 3/1 at Noon at the
Alachua / Bradford Career Center located
at 4800 SW 13th St. Gainesville, FL
32608 EOE/DFWP



AVON

Whether you are looking for a new career
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Friday, February 24
Find out how enthusiasm and a cutsomer-
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CIMMNIIITY COLLEGE

Staff Assistant I
Position in Registrar's Office
registering students, processing
transcripts, etc. Must be able to work
under pressure and meet deadlines.
Must-have high-school diploma or.
equivalent with 2 years clerical
experience. Additional education
may substitute for experience. Must
be proficient in Word and Excel.
College application required.
Position details and application
available on the web at:
www.lakecitycc.edu
Inquiries: Human Resource
Development
149 SE College Place
Lake City, FL 32025
Phone: (386) 754-4314
Fax: (386) 754-4594
E-mail: boettcherg@lakecitycc.edu
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352 481-0008
CAREGIVER EXP. FT for
Chisian Assisled living
laclily Day 6 30am 10o
2 30pm and Nignt
11 00pm lo 7 00am
sh-lis available No
phone calls please Ap.
ply at Park of me Palms


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71 Farm
Equipment
1969 4400 FORD Tractor
and Bush nog mower.
$3000 for ocin 8 x 16
Hay wagon $ 400 Call
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The Wackenhut Corporation is now hiring several
Custom Protection Officers' for the Camp Blanding area.
Candidates with prior career military\ experience are high\ preferred, but we are
also seeking officers ith experience in either la% enforcement, corrections, police
academy graduates or a criminal justice degree.

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S. OTR DRIVERS NEEDED ,
Go through Home several times most weeks.
Home most weekends. Personalized dispatching
that comes from only dispatching 25 trucks at
our location hre in Starke. Vacation pay, Safety
ya Bonus up to $1,200 per year. Driver of the Year
., bonus, and driver recruitment bonuses. Blue
: Cross Blue Shield medical and dental insurance.
Need 2 years of experience and a decent driving
record.
CALL JIM OR DEBBIE LAWRENCE AT
904-368-0777 or 1-888-919-8898


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We have extended our sign on bonus for
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Additional Safety Bonus


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Highway 301 South, Starke, FL
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SJustin Cribbs
caught this
10-pound
..... bassJan. 11
at Kingsley
Lake. Ray
C-ribb's, -
Justin's
father, said
he had to
explain to
Justin that
some people
try their
whole lives
and never
catch a 10-
pounder. Ray
added-he's
still trying.


REDDISH.
Continued from p. 6C0
Reddish has a lot to offer.
"She handles the ball very
well and she has a good shot
when she's on," Marquart said.
"She plays awesome defense,
is very quick and never gives
up. She's just an all-around
good player."
Douglasssaid-the- one- area
he would like to work on


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the opportunity to shoot, you'
better believe I'll be shooting."
Douglass said he believes.
Reddish will have the
opportunity to do some of that
shooting as a freshman.
"I don't see that she's the
type of player who's going to
sit on the bench her entire
freshman year," Douglass said.,
"I think she'll have the chance
to. get in and. play straight
away."
-When she. does-, Reddish-h
said it-will be a moment of


S- RI Tsecond of which made the
TIG ERS score 35-21.
A 3-pointer by Perry early; in
.Continued from-p. 6C the third quarter put the Tigers
up -14-27. but \Villiston then
pointers as well as the Tigers scored the next eight points to
went up 31-5. pull within nine.
Williston. which shot just 18 The Tigers increased their
percent from the field in the .lead to 15, but Williston closed
first quarter, missed its first 10 out the quarter with. a 6-0 run.
shot attempts in the second Free throws, which were
quarter. such a big key to the Tigers'
The Devils' drought ended success in the 'District '6
when John Lowell scored at tournament, hurt the Tigers
the 3:39 mark. Williston went against Willision. Union made
on to make its next five just 1-of-8 attempts in the
attempts, which included two fourth quarter-all of which
_3-pointers by Jiwan James, the- --occurred- in the-final-2'!33 of


regulation-and 13-of-30
overall.
Still; -Spiller's score on a
layup put the Tigers up 59-56
w ith less than 40 seconds
remaining. It appeared as if
that lead would hold %when
Brown missed two free throws
for the Devils with 17 seconds
left. Williston rebounded the
second miss, but then turned
the ball over, %which eventually
led to Perry's trip to the foul
line.
Spiller led the Tigers with
18 points, while Odom and
Kevin Alexander had 13 -and
12. Griffin and Young added


nine and eight points,
respectively.
\Williston's Hopkins led all
scorers with 23 points.
Teammates Brown and James
each had 16.


Score by Quarter
WHS: 5 18 18
UCHS: 17 20 13


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Union Scoring (71).
Alexander 12, Austin 3,
Caldwell 3, Griffin 9, Odom 13,
Perry 5, Spiller 18, Young 8. 3-
pointers: Austin, Griffin, Perry,
Spiller, Young 2. Free throws:
13-30:


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UD I mentally," Falla said. Barrett and Goolsby could they'll be nervous whei They
ND U Goo[shy --has- a field botihaie anropporiiuri'i to'' step-onto the field as allege
presence, as well. Fallit-sai.--eventually play at a tour-year player for the first time, but
Continued--frem-p. -6C Hers, however, is one that can school. South Florida is they are-also looking forward
be utilized in almost any currently in its second year of to it.
were interested in her, but she position. competition, but the school has "I'll be so nervous, but it
felt South Florida was the Falla. said that helps because already sent four players on to will be exciting, too, because
place for her as soon as she his players play almost 100 four-year schools, with more that's what both of our goals
visited the school. It had .an games during the year. Players on the way. are," Goolsby said.
environment that was get hurt and a coach has to be "I've got seven returning.. "It will be unreal." Barren
appealing to her. able to plug players into sophomores," Falla said. said.
"It's just a really nice school different positions. "Right now, four of them have Bradford head softball coach
and the coach is nice," Barrett "She's played so many scholarships to go on to other Shane McFadyen said he
said. "I met the players and I different positions," Falla said schools. We play such a thinks the duo will have
just felt like I could get along of Goolsby. "She can catch, competitive schedule and we success after high school.
with them and we would work she can play the outfield and play-so many tournaments-that-. 'They're two great kids and
well together." she can play basically any they get the opportunity to be hard workers," McFadyen
"And it's a small town," infield position. With the type seen and. move on to the next said. "I know that they've put
Goolsby added. "We're-from a of ball you play in college, you level." in hours and hours and hours
small town, so it won't be that have to have kids who are That competitive schedule to get to this point. I think botb
big of an adjustment." versatile." includes playing in one of the of them have the athletic
Falla said Barrett has a focus Goolsby said she is x.illing toughest conferences in the ability and the mental makeup
on the mound that makes her to play whatever position best state; Falla said. Fellow to be successful college
attractive as a player. helps the team. Southern Conference members 'athletes.
"She's a very strong "I like infield, but I'm just Indian River .and Manatee "I think they'll handle those
competitor, a girls who's got' happy to be going," Goolsby finished first and second in the things very well and be an
all the pitches and who knows- said. "I'll play wherever state last year. asset to that program dowfi-._
how to play the game (Falla) wants me to play." The Bradford played's admit there." .


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