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Creation Date: March 2, 2006
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Get out the vote
in 2006
The 2006 election cycle is just
around the corner, and you will again
have the opportunity to have a voice
in your future by casting a ballot. You
also have an opportunity to get more
local citizens involved in this most
important process.
Supervisors of elections from
around the state will be participating
in nonpartisan, organized voter
registration events in the months
ahead, and you are welcome to get
involved.
March is Register at Work Month.
April is Register at School Month.
May is Register at Your Local
Merchants Month.
June is Register at Your House of
Worship Month.
July is Register Online Month.
If your business or organization
would like more information on how
you can be a part of this effort, call
'Bradford County Supervisor of
Elections Terry Vaughan at (904)
966-6266. Working together. you can
help make freedom count in 2006.

Animal
adoption hours
announced
Bradford County PAWS has
announced adoption hours for the
Starke Animal Care and Control
Center.
The center is open for adoption
Monday-Frida) from 4-6 p.m,
Saturday" from 10 a.m.-6 p.m. and
Sunday from I-6 p.m.
The contact number is (904) 964-
9200. Both dogs and cats are
available, so come adopt your new
best friend.
PAWS is also looking for
volunteers to walk dogs, answer
phones and assist with special event
adoptions. Please contact Elaine
Gunner at (904) 334-7317 or (904)
,964-8895.

Strawberry
Festival is
April 22-23
a Promising live entertainment,
food, arts and crafts. a car show and
inore, the Bradford County
Strawberry Festival is right around.
the comer.
Sponsored by the North Florida
Regional Chamber of Commerce and
Main Street Starke Inc., the festival
will take place on Saturday and
Sunday, April 22 and 23.
Thousands visited last year's
festival and, with additional street
space allotted in historic downtown
Starke for booths and attractions, this
year's festival is expected to draw
even more interest.
Booth rates start at $80 (plus tax),
so reserve your space now. For more
information, call (904) 964-5278 or
e-mail specialevents@atlantic.net.
An application can be downloaded at
Main Street's Web site:
www.northfloridachamber.com/main
street.

Bradford High
hosting band
competition
Bradford High School will be
hosting the Florida Bandmasters
Association concert Thursday
through Saturday, March 2-4.
SActivities begin at 4 p.m. on
Thursday and Friday, March 2 and 3,
and at 9 a.m. on Saturday, March 4.
Around 16 bands from throughout
the FBA district will be playing, and
the entire community is invited to
-come out and hear all of the students
involved..


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Dozens of canines, felines and even reptiles were
escorted by their young owners to 4-H's annual pet
show last weekend. Adam Wilson brought Boy Dog,
one of several family pets to the competition. While
Wilson receives instruction, Boy Dog finds the all of
the cats around more worthy of his attention. See
inside for more photos and the pet show results.


Power costs


continue climb

Starke still tops other city utilities


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor
Another month brought additional
increases in electric bills, but Starke
was still at to the top of other
municipal utilities.
January's fuel adjustment was
$63.78 for 1.000 kilowatt-hours of
electricity. That's just $1.68 more
than December, but more than three
and a half times the $17.50 fuel
charge residents saw one year ago.
Adding the base rate customers pay
for the electricity would yield a bill of
$139.73 compared to $93.45 in
January 2005.
For 1,500 kWh at the commercial
rate. businesses paid $239.76. $95.67
of which was for fuel, also more than.
three and a half times last year's
price.
While a rate increase caused
Florida Power and Light customers
around the state to do a double take
when they saw their bills for January,
FPL still charts below the city. Fuel
costs were the largest factor in this
increase as well. This year, 1,000
kWh cost $105.89, $58.41 of which
was for fuel. In January 2005, the
cost was $87.68, which includes
$39.49 fo fuel.
Clay,Electric's fuel adjustment was
up $20 to $27.80 for January 2006,
which yielded a $40 irnrease in the


cost of 1,000 kWh over the previous
year for a total of $133.10,
surprisingly close to Starke's
$139.73.
Starke's increases from December
2005 to January 2006 weren't the
most dramatic, but they were enough
to once again make it the most
expensive of the cities surveyed by
1the Florida Municipal Electric
Association. It was followed-closely
by Havana, Key West, Vero Beach,
Kissimmee, Green Cove Springs and
Lakeland, all of which were above
$120 for 1,000 kWh. Yet, with the
exception of Kissimmee, all of those
cities were more expensive than
Starke one year ago.
While the vast majority of the
cities surveyed have seen their fuel
adjustment cost go up, only a few like
, Bushnell, Clewiston and Fort Pierce
join Starke in seeing that cost more
than triple. That's a phenomenon
Starke and its power provider, the
Florida Municipal Power Agency,
have been asked to try to explain. An
answer was still pending as of press
lime.
City Clerk Linda,Johns has been on
the phone with other cities
purchasing power from FMPA to
organize a future meeting in which

See POWER, p. 6A


Winn-Dixie pharmacist recovering following stabbing
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BY CAROLYN EAVES
Telegraph Staff Writer
A Starke man charged with armed
robbery remains in custody while the
pharmacist he is charged with
stabbing recovers from his injuries. .
Marcus Hamilton Henry,-34, was
arrested Feb. 12 by Sgt. Kevin
Mueller after police found Henry at
his home on St. Clair Street.
At 8:15 'a.m. Henry entered the
office area of the Winn-Dixie
pharmacy, where he grabbed the
pharmacist, who was alone in the
pharmacy and told him to be quiet,
Sgt. Mueller said. Henry removed a
knife from his pocket and cut the
victim's neck. Henry then fled the
.business, getting into his vehicle
located in the parking lot. Witnesses
identified Henry and police located
him a short time later, Sgt. Mueller
said. After a brief standoff, he was
taken into custody.
Henry admitted to taking
prescription narcotics but there is no
evidence of missing drugs, Sgt.
Mueller said.
The weapon has not been located.
Henry is charged with armed
robbery with a deadly weapon,
aggravated battery with a deadly
weapon and theft. He remains in
custody under a $300,000 bond.
The pharmacist, Simon B. Van
Wagenen, was transported to, Shands
University of Florida with life-


Authorities responded to the St. Clair Street home in Starke where suspect Marcus Henry
fled before being taken into custody.


threatening injuries. As of press time
he had been released from the
o,. spital and is recovering at home.
According to the witness'
statement, Henry had been in the
Winn-Dixie -pharmacy the week
before, inquiring about different
drugs. He showed his badge from the


prison, stated he was a guard at
Lawtey and wanted information on
OxyContin.
Van Wagenen and his family
Moved to Brooker three years ago
from Orange Park, according to his
wife. He has been employed by
Winn-Dixie for five years.


"We are very fortunate" and
grateful, said Mrs. Van Wagenen. She
added that everyone has been so
helpful and that the family
appreciates the emergency personnel
from Bradford County who waited
for them to arrive'at the hospital.


Starke PD makes meth bust


Investigators photographed evidence, Including
equipment and materials to manufacture crystal meth,


BY CAROLYN EAVES
Telegraph Staff Writer
Starke police put a meth lab out of
business with the arrest last week of
three people at a local motel.
On Feb. 20 at 10:45 a.m., Sgt.
Kevin Mueller and Officer James
Hooper were attempting to arrest a.
subject identified as Michael David
Hinton on a civil order for failure to
pay child support.
When the officers made contact
with Hinton at a local motel room,
Sgt. Mueller immediately smelled a
strong odor commonly associated
with materials used to manufacture
methamphetamines. In plain view
were several items also used to
manufacture, Sgt. Mueller said.
A search warrant was obtained for


the room and two vehicles parked in
front of the room. Evidence of a
significant operation was, found.
Hinton had been at the motel for
about a month, paying $55 nightly in
cash, Sgt. Mueller said.
Hinton, 35, of Orange Park was
charged with manufacture of
methamphetamine with bond set at
$100,000. Hinton was also charged
on warrants from Clay County for
violation of probation driving under
the influence and on a writ of bodily
attachmentvwith bond set at $3,500.
The motel room was also occupied
by Stefani L. Lane, 22, of Green
Cove Springs and Megan Leigh
Bowling, 34, of Orange Park. They
were also charged with manufacture
of methamphetamine with bond set at.
$100,000.each.


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

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Austin Wilson gives
Slingshot some sugar as
encouragement before
the diminutive hound
enters the ring.


Lacey Dreer has got a BIG rabbit.


Kaitlin Griff is walks her pet, Tanner, around the ring.


Skates and Buddy win

big at 4-H pet show


On Feb. 25, a 4-H Pet Show
was held.
Judged top Cat Overall was
Skates and her owner Carleigh
Whitehead. Top Overall Dog
was Buddy, owned by,
Elizabeth Whitaker
County Council sponsors
the annual pet show for 4-H
members to showcase their
animals and for the County
Council officers to learn
leadership skills.
Officers plan. the program.
recruit.the judges, get the
prizes and decide on the format.
They emcee. the animal
divisions and announce the
winners ineach class.
Cat Division
Class I, Grooming and
Conditioning, first place Nikki
Schoner with Steamy; second
place Chelsey Dreer with
Maggie.
Class 2, Obedience, first
'place Chelsey Dreer with
Maggie second place Carleigh
Whitehead with Skates.
Class 3, Friendliest, first
place Nikki Schoner with
Steamy; second place Carleigh
Whitehead with Skates.
Class 4, Best Tricks, first
place Chelsey Dreer with
Maggie; second place Carleigh
Whitehead with Maggie.
Class 5, Most Colorful, first
place Austin Wilson with
Patch; second place TJ Schoner


with Bob.
Class. 6, Cutest, first place
Chelsey Dreer with Maggie;
second place Carleigh
Whitehead with Skates.
Class 7, Ugliest, first place
TJ Schoner with Bob; second
place Carleigh Whitehead with
Skates.
Class 8, Loudest Purr/Meow,
first place Chelsey Dreer with
Maggie; second place Carliegh
Whitehead with Skates.
Class 9, Best Costume, first
place Carleigh Whitehead with
Skates; second place Nikki
Schoner with Steamy.
Class 10, Most Colorful,
first place Nikki Schoner with
Steamy; second place Chelsey
Dreer with Maggie.
Class 11, Looks Most Like
Owner, first place Carleigh
Whitehead with Skates; second
place Chelsey Dreer with
Maggie.
Dog Division
Class 1, Grooming and
Conditioning, first place
Lizabeth Davis with Shianna;
second place Elizabeth
Whitaker. with Buddy.
Class "2, Obedience, first
place Alex Wilson with Beau;
second place Justin Martin
with Ellie.
Class 3, Friendliest, first
place Annie Luke with
Trouble; second place Nikki
Schoner with Jewel.


If there had been a contest for Prettiest Eyes, it
would have been a toss up as-to whether Chelsey
Dreer or her pet Maggie would have won. ,

Class 4, Best Trickst, first Class 8, Ugliest, first plac,_:.
place'Justin Martin. with Ellie;- Logan Martin with: MichaelW"
second place Alex Wilson with ,.second place Justin Martin
Beau. with Ellie.
Class 5, Most Colorful, first Class.9, Best Costume, first
place Courtney Paul with place Tymber. Tatum with
Roxanne; second place Grits; second place Logan
Lizabeth Davis with Shainna. Martin with Michael.
Class 6, Most Unusual, first Class 10, Best Tail Wagger,
place TJ Schoner with first place Elizabeth Whitaker
Jezzibell; second place Logan with Buddy; second place Alex
Martin with Michael. Wilson with Beau. "
Class 7, Cutest, first place; Class 11, Looks Most Like
Savannah Shealey with Sassy; Owner, first place Jacob Ricks
second place Jacob Ricks with with Gib; second place Tymber
Gib. Tatum with Grits.


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March 2, 2006 TELEGRAPH Page 3A



Joint workshop focuses on interlocal cooperation


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor
Commissioners from
Bradford County and the city of
Starke sat down last week to
discuss a variety of topics from
growth management and
zoning to combining dispatch
of emergency services.
Several topic,s fell under the .
heading of "Cost Effective
Measures/Improving Services
to Citizens." For example,
City Manager Ken Sauer said
the city and county are
working together to refine their.
emergency response
agreements so emergency
response will be more efficient
and, as he put it, fire and EMS
won't be responding to a heart
attack with six trucks.
Other topics were related to
the renewal of a lapsed
interlocal agreement between
the city and county. While
both governments are working
together and see eye to eye on
a number of issues,
discussions on zoning and a
combined dispatch center were
sometimes tense and the issues
left unresolved.
Impact fees and
growth management
i While they don't play a part
in the interlocal agreement, the
commissions also discussed
impact fees and the
countywide ordinance that
could implement them later
this year. Both county and city
managers are working together
to compile information for the
University of Florida professor


between the cities and county
over which fees to impose and
at what level, with .the
exception of those collected in
cities alone like impact fees for
utilities.
Crawford is predicting the
cities and county will be able
to agree, clarifying that the
*fees suggested by the study,
cannot be exceeded. -The6
commissions could; however,
choose to enact fees at a lower'
rates than those suggested by
the study.
The Florida Department of
Transportation has assisted
counties by preparing a draft
ordinance obligating.
developers to pay a
proportionate share of any
transportation project needed
to accommodate their,
developments.
"For example, if you have a
developer come in that requires
you to have to improve a road
or causes a road to go beyond
its level of service-or have to
have a new road-you can
require that he pay a
proportional share," Craw% ford
told the commissioners. Right
now this is primarily ani issue
in and around Starke's urban
development area, he said.
That ordinance is expected
to be in place by the end of the
year. Future ordinances for
proportionate share in other
areas like utilities could be
enacted later. The
transportation ordinance is the
only one mandated .by the
state. '
Other service


hired to carry out the needs improvements
Study. o r o ... Also under the topic of.
Based on the results of that improved services, was
study, the county anticipates installation of a leading green
enacting an ordinance that light at the, intersection of
would levy impact fees Pratt Street and U.S. 301. As
countywide on new the 301 resurfacing project
development to help pay for progresses this month, new.
infrastructure and capital signal heads with green arrows
improvements in every sector, provided" by the, Florida.
from emergency response to Department of Transportation
utilities. Growth management ill be installed to better allow,
reform standards handed down left hand turns off of 301;
by the state insist, among City commissioners also
other requirements, that local discussed their consent
governments begin planning agreement with the Suvannee
for such improvements in their River Water Management
comprehensive plans and show District, which was approved
how they will pay for those Feb. 21. The agreement
improvements. (A separate obligates the city *to pay 10
study will be carried out by percent of the design cost to
the school board to determinee,. .. "ripair banks ini'Higaifat' ek.'
imppact fees for schools-" A.- trim Laura SLIt o Ndr'th'l'
school improvement eleme i 17th Avenue because of prior
must be added to the wkork it performed without a
comprehensive plan in 2008:) permit that has resulted in
The needed, information increased erosion and
should be compiled by April diminished water quality. The
15, with the study completed amount is capped at $25,000,
five weeks after that and fees and the city is, also required to
enacted this summer. Mayor pursue all. necessary permits
Steve Futch wanted to know for the project.
what would happen if there The city and county will
was disagreement between need to cooperate on" mowing
governments over the fee the creek banks following the
schedule proposed by the project as part of the project
study. area falls outside the city
County Manager Jim limits, Sauer said.
Crawford said there would- Sauer said he has been
need to be mutual agreement;- working with the city clerk for


Happy 31st Birthday
Danwell L. Green
3-5-75 7-2-01


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areas to. cut spending ti
bring. electric costs di
March 7 workshop of
commission will
explore why Starke cu
are paying more for elei
County -Commission
Cooper said others
charge special rates fo
users, which would inc
county and business
Winn-Dixie. Starke, h
has 'just two rates,
residential: users and'
commercial,
Citi Clerk Linda Jo"
been on the phone wit
cities purchasing power
the Florida Municipal
Agency to organize a
meeting of represe
from those cities to
concerns about FMPA
related story on electric r
The absence of inform
on one topic visibly a
Starke Commissioner T
Chastain. Chastain has
about a user fee coming
cit) when its fire and
service responds outside
city limits and though
information would be re
this sit-down "ith the c
Sauer said the citi att
office is still working o
information. i
Combined dispati
One of the more conte
discussions involved B
County Sheriff Bob N
Police Chief Gordon
and the topic of a cot
dispatch center for emne
response.
While both Milne
Smith say they
combining dispatch as
of saving resources, the
different ideas for how
about it. Smith said their
outstanding questions
how the center would
up, how it w,;ould' be ri
who would run it. ,
Milner' said it should
political decision, bu
economic one made fo
sake of taxpayers. This
include saving funds
upgrading one dispatch s
regularly instead of two
need to modernize maki
next couple of years the
time to consider consolid
Smith said he and the
were on the same
regarding the benefit
consolidation. :
"My only problemst
have 'with 'it is the'
wants it all under
authority," Smith said,
can't have all elected of
answering to 'one e
official. You have to ha


o try to equal sharing of the power, the
. ci authority, in case of
the city dilemmas."
istomers. As police chief, he said, he
ctroicity was elected to carry out certain
er John responsibilities. Worst-case
utilities Johnes scenarios he listed included,
utilities restricting animal control and
lude the after-hours utility service calls,
es like which are currently handled by
owe%,er the police department, or the.
one for city being charged to have the
one for sheriff field those calls.
Placing responsibility for
those decisions in the hands of
hns has the count) commission instead
h other of the sheriff would keep the
er from city from "being at the mercy
Power of one person," Smith said.
future Milner insisted more than
ntaties once, however,I that the onl)
address authority he was insisting on
A (see was the decision on hiring and,
rates). firing. As for policy decisions,
rmation he proposed a tile-member
Annoyed committee made up of the
"ommv police chief, sheriff, EMS
talked director, and the city and
to the county managers. Adding one
rescue city and one count)
of the commissioner would make
ht that seven members. They could
'ads for gather information from all of
county. the public safety agencies in
orney's the county and decide policy on
on that dispatch, record keeping, etc.,
said Milner.
ch The center itself %would be
run day-to-day by the sheriff,
ntious and -its employees would
radford answer to him.
Milner, "'Thev will work for the
Smith sheriff-period." Milner said,
gbined' adding that hiring and firing
urgencyy would not be run by
committee or a board of elected
r and officials. ::
favor "It's too important for me to
a way leave with seven different
y have people telling us how We're
to go going to do things," Milner
re were said. "Gordon has absolute
abe souet authorities as an elected chief
be set that he's not going to give up.
n and I 've got a few as a sheriff I
. b. ain't going to give up."
t bea While not willing to give up
t an hiring and firing authority over
or the dispatch employees, Milner
would again stated that he was not
s by only for the consolidation .of
systemm dispatch but also in favor of
. The completely consolidating the
es the sheriff's office and, police
e ideal department and has been for 20
lation, years.
sheriff .I will do everything I can to
page -"
s of facilitate this group doing the
.-.. i right, thing,' and; that is
that I consolidating public safety:'
sheriff We've got it all anyway 'but
his Starke. I do it for everyone but
"You with no problems," Milner
ficials said.
elected City and county
ive an commissioners, none of whom
seemed to have a problem


Happy Birthday
Lane Ryan Griffis
March 3


Compassionate
Friends are
there
Every day you should hug
your children and give' thanks
that-they are a part of your life.
This advice comes from people
who know best what is
irreplaceable-a unique
organization. called The
Compassionate Friends.
Each year more than
228,000 children and young
adults die in the United States.
This is every parent's worst
nightmare. The Compassionate
Friends is a mutual assistance,
nonprofit, self-help
organization that offers support
and. understanding, to families
who have experienced the death
of a child. It is open to anyone
who has lost a child, and there
is no charge or fees.
If you or someone you know
has lost a child, simply call
Alice Watts at (352) 473-7162,.
ext. 42, and leave a message.
The Compassionate Friends
support group meets on the
first Monday of each month at
7 p.m. behind Trinity Baptist
Church in the Potters' house.
Trinity Baptist is located on
S.R. 21 in Keystone Heights.

EMT course

offered
March-May
Santa Fe Community
College's Institute of Public
Safety is offering an EMT
fetal abnormality or maternal
complications -meets the first
Thursday of each month.
The group will. meet again
from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. on
Thursday, March 2. The group
meets at Hospice of North


Central Florida in the North
Building Counseling' Room,
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with Milner's proposal, agreed
that the two should work
through issues standing in the,
way of consolidating dispatch
and present reports to their
respective boards in the next
few weeks.
Building and zoning
The topic of w ho ill handle
building, and zoning services.
for. the city of Starke also
resulted in an animated
discussion
Crawford said there were no
major problems, but as growth
continues in and around Starke,
the city. might find it
advantageous to resume control
of zoning. Under its former
interlocal agreement, the
county was to handle building
and zoning services for the city
and continues to do so.
Some commissioners %wanted
to see that continue for at least
another year, so com ersation
turned toward the
incompatibilit\ of the citI's
comprehensive plan and land
development regulations with
those of the counts. While
,Crawford said planners with
the regional planning council
recommended against making
the two plans an exact match,
the) will try to bring the two
closer together.
Much of Starke's current
zoning is incongruous with its
future land use map.
Correcting that and amending


'the comprehensive plan and
land development regulations
could take two years or more,
according to Zoning Director
Nora Thompson.: The amount
of work involved is one reason
a letter was sent to the .city
suggesting it I take
responsibility) for zoning
again. Otherwise, the county
may have: to hire an additional
employee.
One reason the mayor has
considered city control over
zoning is related to citizen
complaints. Futch said he's
heard proper attention isn't
paid to those seeking
assistance with matters inside
the city limits, a charge county
staff vehemently denied.
Confusion has sometimes
been caused over differing
interpretations of the city's
codes. A recent rezoning
applicant was told by county
staff that city codes required an
impact study, but after the
applicant approached the city
commission, the commission
allowed him to submit a letter
in place of a study. Thompson
said this goes strictly against
the city's codes and makes it
look as if the county zoning
office was being
uncooperati% e.
In the end, both
commissions decided to leave
things as the)' are for at least
another year.








Page4A TELEGRAPH March 2,2006


Hampton preparing for growth


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor
The growth in development
and population' in North
Central Florida promises to,,
leave little untouched,
including the region's small.
towns.
Hampton was once known
as Crossroads because of the
thriving agricultural
community that grew around
the multiple rail lines .passing
through the area. It boasted a
bank, drugstore, hotel,
turpentine mills, cotton gins,
several large shops and a
lumber mill. When rail' travel
gave way to the automobile
and the town was bypassed,
Hampton became what it is
today-a ,sleepy, largely
' residential community.
As some longtime residents
sat around Saturday morning
and reminisced of days gone
by, two planners from a
Gainesville firm. sat nearby
gathering information that will,
help the community\ decide
what tomorrow will bring. .
Gerr) Dedenbach of
Causseaux and Elling!on Inp..-:


and his associate, Elizabeth
Ritchey, are working to revise
the city of Hampton's
comprehensive plan, which
hasn't been touched since
1989. Together they hosted a
visioning meeting to gather
opinions that will influence
the direction that' revision
takes.
Dedenbach said, a large'
number of people from South
Florida are moving into the.
region,' and' those mo\ ing to
Florida from the north are
stopping short of South
Florida and settling here. When'
you can sell land else here for
big money\ and live the rest of
your life in a community with
a comparatively small cost of.
living, he asked why would
anyone not % ant to mo' e here?
The lifestyle in small
communities of mostly
family-owned businesses is
"'charming," he said.
While the most growth in
Bradford County will in all
likelihood remain centered in
and around Starke, there is
bound to be spillover into the'
county's. other communities,


and those communities are just
as accountable for how they
will accommodate growth as
Starke. Dealing with the
pressures of growth will
require planning.
One of. the goals of the
comprehensive plan revamp is
to promote orderly and efficient
land use. As Dedenbach
demonstrated on Hampton's.
present land use map, the few
commercial uses in the city are
scattered. A better arrangement
would have future commercial
development concentrated in a
particular zone of the city, he
said. Re ising the future land
use map to encourage more
orderly patterns for growth will
be one result of this process.
Another % ill be the
refinement of zoning categories
in the city, with how intensely
development will be able to
occur under each of those
categories-for example what
types of businesses can locate
in various commercial
categories or how many houses
per acre will be allowed in a
particular residential category. ;,
In the end, Hampton %%ill


not only have a revitalized
comprehensive plan, but a
community design handbook
as well. A questionnaire
Dedenbach and Ritchey were
distributing to those who
dropped by city hall Saturday
included asking residents how
they would prefer to see
sidewalks, streets, commercial
buildings and parking designed.
The results of the visioning
process will be presented at the
city of Hampion's March
meeting, Ritchey said. The duo
will also work on capital
improvement and financial
feasibility elements as part of,
the comprehensive plan
amendments, which are
expected to be complete by
August or September.
Ritchey said the Florida
Department of Community
Affairs made grant funding
available ..to 'smaller
communities as a way to
encourage implementation of
growth' management reform.
Hampton used those funds to ,
hire the engineering and
planning firm to carry out this
process.


Enroll in summer pre-K today, tomorrow


Parents will soon be able to interested in a school-year
enroll their 4-year-old children program may call (800) 238-
in the summer session of the 3463 or (904) 726-1500, ext.
state's new Voluntary 241, for additional.
Prekindergarten (VPK) information.,
program, offered by the VPK is a state-funded early
Bradford County School learning program for all,
District. EarlN enrollment will children who ha'e reached age.
be available at The Rainbow 4 b3 Sept. I -of- the current
Center, 501 W. Washington sc-heol -'-ear. Parents have a
---St-tSrra from 9 a.m. to choice of a 540-hour school-
noon on Thursday, March 2, year program, or a 300-hour
and Friday, March 3. summer program. 'Children
Parents are encouraged to who reach age 4 by Sept. 1,
enroll their children on the 2006.. will be eligible for
dates indicated. Parents must school-Vear VPK programs
bring the following items to beginning in,August 2006 or
obtain a certificate of _"the summer VPK program
eligibility to enroll in VPK: beginning after May 1, 2007.
Proof of Florida residency. The Early Learning
Child's birth certificate and Coalition of Clay, Nassau.
Social SecuritN number. Baker 'and Bradford Counties
Proof of. a medical serves as a resource for
examination during the past 12 families and early childhood
months.' educators. Providing enriching
Certificate of immunization
(HRS form 680 or Religious
Exemption DH Form 681)
obtained from a Florida
physician or the Florida
Department of Health.
Parents may get more
information on VPK by
calling ,(904) 726-1500, ext.
For the current summer W e buy
- VPK programs, children must
be age 5 by Sept. 1, 2006.
Children maI participate in
onl> one VPK session. annultles
Children who participated in.a
school-N ear VPK program may
not participate in the summer -
V PK program. *
The school district will
provide the summer VPK M O
program at Starke Elementary 1 W
from May 31 :through July 27.
The only holiday during this
period will be July 3 and 4.
Classes "ill begin at 8 a.m.
and last until 4, p.m. Parents Call J.G.Wentworth'
are responsible for providing A ity PurchaseProgram
transportation. nnu program
Bradford County public 866-FUND-549.
schools offer a school-year
VPK. program. Parents


early learning opportunities.for in August 2005.'
children ages birth to 5 ensures
that children will begin school More information
ready to learn. coalition and its e
The coalition is made up of 'programs, including
business leaders, early ',available on the
childhood educators and other .w w v.elcofcnbb.org
_ community leaders to set
effective police\ and oversee
programs at the local level.
Working together with, the
state's Agency for Workforce- ....
Innovation and Department of AACP
Education, the coalition locally
administers state early banquet
education programs funded
with a combination of federal, fOr Marc
state and local funds. These Bradford Coua
early education programs will host its ti
include the school readiness Freedom Fund&
program, providing subsidized Saturday, March 4
early leading opportunities to the Bradford fai:
qualified.families and the VPK U S. 301 north ofS
program for all 4-year-olds, Tickets are on sa
which began serving children NAACP memi


on about the6
early learning
ng VPK, is
Intenet at
g.


set
:h 4
rnty NAACP
hird annual
Banquet on
4, at 6 p.m. at
grounds 'on
Starke.
ale now from
bers. The


(904)
964-5764


community is being asked to
sponsor a child to the banquet
whose theme is "Achieving
The Dream Through Education
Excellence."
Special guests will include
Jesse Moore Jr., District I
elected" Bradford County
School Board representative.
He started his educational
career a 'teacher at C.C.
Anderson Jr. High School in
Lawtey in 1958. For'the next
38 years, he served in the
school system.
Attorney ,Stacey Hill is
employed with the state of
Florida as assistant general
counsel. ,
Children's tickets are $25
each and include membership
in the NAACP. Adult tickets
are $30 each. Membership plus
admission to the banquet for
adults is $55 each.
This fundraiser is forACT-
SO is a major project of the
NAACP. ACT-SO Provide an
instrument through which
students in grades 9-12 are
encouraged and inspired toward
excellence in academic and
cultural pursuits.
For more information,
contact Edith Thomas at (904)
964-4706 or Pat Smith (904)
-782-3023


Tribute to
Bill George
planned for
March 11'
A tribute to Bill George will
be held at the Starke Woman's
Club on Saturday, March 11, at
6 p.m.
Bill George served as
Minister of Music at First
Baptist Church from 1966 to
the: mid 70s. A number of
former choir members from that
era are planning an evening
that will honor Mr. George for
the positive impact he had, on
those involved in his youth
and adult choir programs.
,Although the event will
honor Mr. George, it will also
serve as a reunion and a party
to all who attend. All who plan
to attend are asked to RSVP
weekdays to, (904) 966-6266.
Everyone is asked to bring a
card of appreciation.
All cards will be collected at


the door ana placed in an
appreciation basket for Mr. and
Mrs. George to take home after
the event.
All who know and appreciate
Bill George are invited to
attend.


Oddfellow
Cemetery
group to
meet
The next meeting of, the
Oddfellow Cemetery Corn-
mittee will be held on
Wednesday, March 15, 6 p.m.,
at the R.J.E. gymnasium.
All interested persons and
those who own plots in the
cemetery are invited.
Election of officers will be
held at this meeting.
For information, call Shirley
Ford at 368-0504.


Crosby family
plans reunion
The descendants of Andrew
Crosby will have a reunion on
Saturday. March 4, at tthe
.Bradford County Fairgrounds
in Building #1.
The reunion begins at 11
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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Pictured with Valentine boxes they made at Bradford County Public Library during a
recent Family Storytime are Lexie Paige Etheridge, Alaina Cooksey, Ella Dinkins,
Patricia Stewart and her grandson Logan Evans.

Family Storytime is offered at the BC Library


Family Storytime is a 45-min-
uie program for preschoolers and
their adults on Tuesdays at 10
a.m.'t features books, stories,
poems, songs and a craft activity,
, Other children's library story
times include Mother Goose


CHURCH I


Grace Baptist Church, 1339
SE C.R. 100A in Starke will
have a gospel sing on Saturday,
March 11. There will be a pot
luck supper at 6 p.m. Bring a
covered dish and stay for the
sing. For information call (904)
964-5656.
First Assembly of God, 8025
S.R. 100, will host a free
Comedy Night featuring Jeff
Allen and Bob Nelson on
Saturday, March 18, at 6:30
p.m. Nursery will be provided
for kids up to 4 years old. Snack
bar will be open as a fundraiser.
The public is invited. Regular
services include Sunday School
for all ages starting at 9:30 a.m.;
Sunday worship, 10:30 a.m. and
6:30 p.m.; Wednesday family.
night with Youth, Royal
Rangers, Missionettes, and
adult Bible study starting at 7
p.m. Call (352) 473-3432 for
more information or visit the
web site at
.w ww.keystoneheights.org
A Mt:-ion"'A.l.E'thuAurch"an. "
Pastor Marva T. Mitchell invite
the public to a revival
Wednesday through Friday,
March l-3. Elder Ross
Chandler of True Vine Outreach
SMinistries is the guest preacher
The revival will be held at
Macedonia Freewill Baptist
Church on Lake St. in Lawtey
!beginning at 7:15 p.m.


Bradford
teens are
starving to
-fight hunger
When a typical teen comes
home from school, quite often
the first words you'll hear are,
I'm starving."
I- But some local teenagers
have a different take on hunger.
On Friday and Saturday,
March 3 and 4, more than 25
youngg people from Kingsley
,ake Baptist Church will
participate in World Vision's
Annual 30 Hour Famine
because of their concern about
What hunger nteans for children
living in poverty.
"More than 29,000 children
lie every day from hunger and
Other preventable causes. But it
|akes only $30 to feed and care
for a hungry child for a month
and $360 to feed a child for a
Whole year," says Robbie Best,
fouth minister at Kingsley
3 a .


Time on Thursday mornings at
10 a.m. with a 20-minute pro-
gram of rhymes, finger plays and
music for babies up to two years
old with their adults.
Please call the library at (904)
964-6400 for specific dates and


Lake Baptist Church. "When
we do the 30 Hour Famine, I
know we can make a difference
and change the lives of
children forever. My goal is to
feed at least ten children for a
year. I'm determined to bring
that 29,000 number down.".
Students ask for sponsor
donations as they go 30 hours
without food. They experience
real hunger and participate in
activities that help them better
understand life in developing
countries. The teens also
participate iri contests. games
and community service projects
to help others here in Bradford
County. On March 4, they will
compete in a canned food drive.
All canned food collected will
be donated to the local food
pantry. ,
Anyone interested in.
participating in World Vision's.
30 Hour Famine or in making a
donation to sponsor a famine
participant can contact Robbie
Best at 368-0900 or World
Vision at 800-7-Famine, or
through 30hourfamine.org.
The funds raised during the
30 Hour Famine will be used
to'1&T1'-eBhugru n)thildikn
. an d.,fW, 05' ] vori.
In 2005, more than one
million teens in 21 countries
collectively raise more than
$11,000,000 to fight world
hunger through 30 Hour
Famine.
World Vision is a Christian
relief and development
organization dedicated to
helping children and their

communities worldwide'reach
their full potential by tackling
the causes of poverty. They
work in nearly 100 countries,
serving more than 100 million
of the world's poor regardless
of a person's religion, race,
ethnicity or gender.


Vital info is
available to
parents of
ESE students
If you are the parent or
guardian of a student with
disabilities, vital information,
including transitional services
and procedural safeguards, will
be discussed on Tuesday,
March 14, 6:30 p.m., in the
school board room at 501 W.
Washington St. in the old
Starke Elementary School
'cafeteria.
Call the ESE office at 966-
6001 by March 13 and sign up.
Child care services will be
available upon request.


times. Adults should remain in
the library to participate in activ-
ities with their preschoolers.
Visit your library catalog
online alt www.newriv-
er.lib.fl.us/catalog.


Health Dept.L

to promote
abstinence
through grant
The Bradford County Health
Department has been awarded a
grant from the Department of
Health Abstinence Education
Program Office. The grant will
allow the health department to
teach a program during school
hours called "Managing
Pressures Until Marriage."
All parents and care givers
are invited and encouraged to
attend a brief yet informative
workshop on Thursday, March
2, from 5:30-6:30 p.m. 'at the
Bradford Middle School Media
Center where the information
and materials being used for
this curriculum will be
displayed.
Parental help is needed to
-ensure the success of this
program.
Contact JoAnna Padgett at
the Bradford Middle School
Clinic at (904) 966-6705 with
further question%,


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Emily Phillips, Michaela Bradley; second row, Matt Pinkston, Cheyenne Gardner, Kylie
Duncan, Brittany Baxter, Kelsey Yates, Shaleigh Peterson, Destini Lawson; third row,
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World Day of Prayer is March 3


Women and men in- more
than 170Qcountries and regions
will celebrate World Day of
Prayer Friday, March 3.
"Signs of the Times" is the
theme used b, South African
Women for the prayer service.
They inspire the world to
follow Jesus as he healed the
sick-
Today millions of South
Africans have HIV/AIDS. How,
do we worship in a time of
national illness? South


Africans take the lead. :
The service will be held on
at 11:30 a.m. at First United
Methodist Church in Starke
and will be followed by a
covered dish luncheon.
TInite your friends, family
and communities of faith to
join the women of South
Africa in prayer and song to
support women's Ecumenical
ministries toward justice, peace,
healing and wholeness.


Anr offering to support the
work of World Day of Prayer
and HIV/AIDS ministries in
South Africa and the USA will
be taken.
Founded in 1941. Church
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representatives from those
cities can address their mutual
concerns aboutF PA. -
"I was on the phone "ith
(Project Director Ricky
Thompson) for an hour and 45
minutes with this one person,
and his rates were like the city
of Starke's, just astronomical,"
Johns said. '
Mayor Steve Futch indicated
it was elected officials who
take the heat for decisions
made by FMPA's board, which
is made up of officials from.
FMPA's member cities, both
elected and nonelected. As anh
example he gave last year's
decision to move forward with
a new natural-gas-fueled power
plant despite the high cost of
using natural gas to generate
electricity, a project that will
cost hundreds of millions of
dollars. Some cities need to
school their representatives in
how to vote for their best
interests, he said.
Futch said that since FMPA
is a nonprofit agency, there
should be a way for it to cut
its costs instead of spending.
money on: a nice "office


Three-year-old Arthur '.
Young recently sat down in a
styling chair and stepped
down a new man-not to
mention one'that had helped
an important cause just by
having his.hair cut..
Locks of Love is a not-for-
profit organization that
provides hairpieces to
financially disadvantaged
children under the age of 18
with medical hair loss. These
custom-fitted hair prosthetics
-are provided free of charge or
on a sliding scale to children
whose families meet the
Locks of Love Board of
Directors guidelines.
Angela Strickland, Arthur's
mother, said this was the first
time his hair had ever been
cut in the back. At 14 inches,
it was an ideal length for one .- ;
of the organization's
hairpieces. She said it was
important when he finally
decided he was ready to have
it cut to know that the
donation was going to help Joan H
another child. Supercenter
"Kids: can't fend for of 3-year-old
themselves," Srrickland said,
referring to the teasing sick
children sometimes go through when their
peers are too young to know better or to
understand. Having an 8-year-old sibling with
basal cell carcinoma syndrome-a disorder
resulting in a predisposition to cancer and
other defects-made Arthur's donation to
Locks of Love all the more poignant.
Donors provide the hair for Locks of Love,.
volunteers staff the office, and the
manufacturer hand-assembles each piece,
which requires approximately four months.
The organization, which began in 1997, has
helped over 1,000 children since its first year
of operation. Thousands of bundles of donated
hair arrive from around the country as a result
of national publicity Locks of Love received in
newspapers, magazines and television
programs.
The donations continue to pour in. Most
donors mail a note and a photo with their
bundle of hair. Children comprise over 80
percent of the donors, making this a charity
where children have the opportunity to help
other children.
Locks of Love provides its recipients with a
custom, vacuum-fitted hairpiece made entirely
from donated human hair. The vacuum fit is


building and employee.salaries.
"It looks like they'd be able
to help us with this fuel
adjustment somehow : or"
another," Futch said.
anhen. iu tomoes to1 cutting.,s
costs, the' same could be said
for the city,. commission,'
which, for example, has talked
for years about capping its
own employees', salaries, but
has yet to do so.
Last year, -an electric
consultant hired by the city'
proposed ways Starke could cut
its rates by as much as 13
percent. Most of those had to
do with reducing 'the burden
placed on the electric budget to
fund other expenses, like an
insolvent sewer utility,
employee salaries and large
transfer of revenue to the
general fund-changes that
have also not been
implemented.



Get tax help

at the library
Tax help is now available at
the Bradford County Public
Library on w 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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Ago&,


S138 E Call'St, Sarke,FI,
904/964,4420
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SMI Joist

to become

CMC Joist
SMI Joist of Starke, a
fabricator of open-web steel
joists and girders and in
operation since, 1995, is
officially changing its name to
CMC Joist.,
The name change is part of
Irving, Texas, based
Commercial Metals
Company's enhanced corporate
identity strategy) to provide a
cohesi e, instantly
recognizable identity associated
with its core business. CMC
Joist operates as part of the
Domestic Fabrication segment
of Commercial Metals
." Company.
Murray McClean, president
and chief operating officer of
Commercial Metals Company,
said, "Since CMC has grown
larger and stronger over man)
years, offering'more services in
more places to more
customers, the company needs
a single, streamlined identity)
system that helps customers
world ide always know when
they're doing business with
C MC."
SMI Joist has been part of
CNICMC since 1995 and employs
more than 200 area residents.
Peter Boothe, general manager
of the Starke operation said,
"For years the more than
I 1,000 employees in the CMC
family hate operated in over
150 worldwide operations.
utilizing many different
business names with different
logos. The decision to unif)
under one name is a good one
for both SMI Joist and
Commercial Metals Company.
While the new name rightly
emphasizes our company's
global network of operations,
we pledge to continue offering
products and services that help
local contractors build projects
in the Southeastern region of
the United States. Our
corporate strength' will only


Sadd tor our personal
commitment of. exceptional
quality :and uncompromising
service.
Commercial Metals
Company and subsidiaries
manufacture, recycle and
market steel and metal.
products, related materials and
services through a. network
including steel minimills, steel
fabrication and processing
plants, construction-related
product warehouses, a copper
tube mill, metal recycling
facilities and marketing and
distribution offices in the
United States and in strategic
overseas markets.



Clean up

Santa Fe,
enjoy festival

on March 25
The Santa Fe Lake Dwellers
Association, in conjunction
with Current Problems/Adopt
A River and Keep Alachua
County Beautiful, will be
holding the 7th Annual Santa
Fe Lakefesi and Cleanup, on
Saturday, March 25. Lake
residents are asked to pick up
trash along their shorelines and
have it bagged (if possible,
with recyclables sorted) and on
their docks, ready to be picked
up bI II a.m. Volunteers are
needed, especially for the
uninhabited shoreline areas.
Everyone, whether involved
in the cleanup or not, is


"Home At Last"

Oh happy day when I see His face,
After the sunset, after my race.
My long journey here will soon past,
What I've done for Christ only will last.
Thru valleys low or mountains high,
To all of these I'll bid goodbye.
I'll soon be walking on streets of gold,
So many things will then unfold.
Home at last to riches untold,
Home with my Savior as ages roll.
Henry Hodges
Lawtey, FL

In Memory of
Sijul_.kiaid Mike Scott .
'We1 1ebers'if rfhThoYfa ptis'Th cHt I
Now members with The Heavenly Host.
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invited to join in the Lake
Festival at Melrose Bay Park,
at the end of Quail Street from-
9 am. to 3 p.m. the same
day. This year's festival will
treat the community to greater
:music, food, wildlife"
demonstrations, environmental
information, hands-on exhibits
for the whole family and a-,
demo beach to try out-,;
paddling equipment.
Invite your friends and
neighbors to come and learn
more about the.lake and enjoy '
some time at beautiful Melrose
Bay. Call (352) 475-1567, or
visit www.lakesantafe.org for
more information.

Daughters
meet Monday.
The Colonel Samuel Elbert
Chapter of the National
Society, Daughters of the r
American Revolution will
meet Monday, March 6, at 7
10:15 a. m. at the Western:.
Steer Steak House on U.S.
301 in Starke. After the
meeting those who wish to
will stay and enjoy lunch and a
time of fellowship.
The Daughters cordially.'
invite all women whose
ancestors aided in achie~ ing
.American Independence to
attend. Come learn about the
National Society Daughters of'
the American Revolution and
its historical, educational, and-
patriotic activities.
For further information,-..
please contact Susan Lucas ar-
(352) 473-2744, or visited
www.rootsweb.com/~lcsecd/. .


urst of Smart Styles in the Wal-Mart
r holds up the braid just cut from the hair
Arthur Young. The braid is being donated
to Locks of Love.
designed for children who have experienced a
total loss of scalp hair and does not require the
use of tape or glue.
Most of the applicants suffer from an
autoimmune condition called alopecia areata,
for which there is no known cause or cure.
Others have suffered severe burns, or endured
radiation treatment to the brain stem, in
addition to many other dermatological
conditions that result in permanent hair loss.
Donated hair is evaluated for its usefulness
according to the following guidelines:
The donated hair must be at least 10 inches
(preferably 12") in length.
It must be bundled in a pony tail or braid.
It must be free of hair damaged by chemical
processing.
The hair must be clean and dry, placed in a
plastic bag and mailed in a padded envelope to:
Locks of Love, 2925 10th Ave. N., Suite 102,
Lake Worth, FL 3346.
Monetary donations to Locks of Love are
tax deductible.
For more information about Locks of Love,
call (888) 896-1588 or e-mail
info@locksoflove.org. ,









March 2,2006 TELEGRAPH Page7A


ACLS

recertificati

offered at

Shands
An advanced cardiac
support recertification
will be offered at
Starke on Friday, Mar
from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.mr
The course is free to S
Starke employees, but
for all others. To re
contact Billie Engsko
(904) 368-2300, ext. 254



AARP offer

driving court
AARP offers two-day
hour classroom instruct
refine driving skills
develop defensive
techniques. The cost is $
there are no tests, plus a
year certificate qi
graduates for an auto
insurance discount.
Classes will be offe
Gainesville on March
from 9 a.m. to I p.
Hawthorne class will
place on March 13-14 fr
p.m.
For more information
register, call (352) 333-3


Daughters

offering $7

scholarship
The Colonel Samuel
Chapter of the Na
Society Daughters of
American Revolution
offering a $750 Betty %
Memorial Scholarship
eligible applicants.
The scholarship is a I
to the life of Betty
Warren. Warren wa
longtime resident of
who was devoted to
community acti
including leadership ro
the Daughters of the Am
Revolution, the
Woman's Club, the Ho
Auxiliary and First
Church of Starke.
This scholarship is a
tribute to her life,
would be honored to kn
in her memory she was
pi;. ide an "investmi
hdpe" for deser-ing stud
adieve' -their -dreams
college degree.
Applicants must
completed their freshman
(24 credits) at San
Community College anI
be studying in one-ol
areas: American h
nursing or education
minimum 3.0 GPA is req
and students must be plp
to complete their soph
year at SFCC. The school
is only available to
citizens and Florida re
who live in the Starke
Fe area.
Application packets
available at the
Andrews Center in S
Once completed, they
be returned to that off
person or by mail. Dead
March 31.






G LE .A ,
LEGAL!


THE CIRCUIT COURT C
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRC
AND FOR BRADFORD CO
FL
CASE NO. 05-(
CIVIL A
DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL
TRUST COMPANY AS
TRUSTEE UNDER THE POC
AND SERVICING AGREEMI
SERIES 2001-A,
Plaintiff,
SONJA DIANNE HUGHES
Defendantss.
AMENDED NOTICE
FORECLOSURE SA
NOTICE IS HEREBY
pursuant to an AmendeF
Judgment of Mortgage Fore
Nunc Pro Tune andRetair
March 9,2006 Sale, dated Fe
2006 and entered in Case
CA-531 of the Circuit Cour
EIGHTH Judicial Circuit in
BRADFORD County,
wherein DEUTSCHE
NATIONAL TRUST COMPi
TRUSTEE UNDER THE PC
AND SERVICING AGRE


SERIES 2001-A, is the Plai
SONJA DIANNE HUGHES;
HUGHES; ROBERT FRED
MASON; are the Defendan
sell to the highest and best b
cash at FRONT HALL C
BRADFORD CO
COURTHOUSE, 945 I
TEMPLE AVENUE, ST
FLORIDA 32091 at 11 :00.A
the 9th day of March, 20
following described proper
forth in said Final Judgment:
A PARCEL OF LAND LY
THE WEST ONE-HALF
NORTHEAST ONE-QUAR
THE SOUTHEAST
QUARTER OF SECTI(
TOWNSHIP 7 SOUTH, RA
EAST, BRADFORD C(
FLORIDA, SAID PARCEL C
BEING MORE PARTICI
DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS


:COMMENCEaT7-A:-0 flETE-
MONUMENT-FOUND: AT THE
NORTHWEST CORNER'OF SAID
WEST ONE-HALF -OF THE
ion NORTHEAST ONE-QUARTER OF
THE SOUTHEAST ONE-
QUARTER AND RUN NORTH 88
DEGREES 56 MINUTES 37
SECONDS EAST ALONG THE
NORTHERLY BOUNDARY
c life THEREOF, 150.59 FEET FOR THE
POINT OF BEGINNING.1F'.ROM
course SAID :POINT- OF- BEGINNING.
Shands THUS DESCJRBIBEQ, CONTINUEE
ch 10, NORTH- 88.'- DEGJREES -56
MINUTES 37:,SECONDS-;EAST.
ALONG SAID.- NORTHERLY
Hands BOUNDARY, 274.90 FEET TO AN
$150 IRON ROD; THENCE SOUTH 12
DEGREES 47.. MINUTES 14
igister, SECONDS WEST, 171.77 FEET TO
>w at AN IRON ROD; THENCE SOUTH
-. 46 DEGREES 31 MINUTES 45
SECONDS WEST; 260.35 FEET TO
AN IRON ROD' THENCE SQUTH
Of1 DEGREES-36. MINUTES 15
S SECONDS EAST,228.75&FEET TO,
AN IRON ROD; THENCE NORTH
88 DEGREES,'56 MINUTES 37
rse SECONDS EAST, PARALLEL WITH
four- SAID NORTHERLY BOUNDARY,
473.28 FEET -TO -AN, IRON: ROD
ion to LOCATED ON THE EASTERLY
and BOUNDARY OF SAID WEST ONE-
driving HALF OF THE NORTHEAST'ONE-
! 0 and QUARTER OF.THE SOUTHEAST.
ONE-QUARTER;,THENCE SOUTH
a three- 01 DEGRES.-81.3;IIRUTES 49
qualifies SECONDS. EAST;28365*i.FEET:
mobile THENCE SOUTH 89'DEGREES 32
MINUTES .19 SECONDS WEST.
PARALLEL WITH THE-
red in SOUTHERLY BOUNDARY OF
9-10 SAID WEST ONE-HALF OF THE
m. A NORTHEAST ONE-QUARTER OF
THE SOUTHEAST :ONE-
take QUARTER, A DISTANCE OF
om 1-5 510.55 FEET; THENCE NORTH 01
DEGREES 35"MINUTES 41
and to SECONDS WEST-, PARALLEL
WITH- THE : WESTERLY
036. BOUNDARY OF SAID WEST.ONE-'
HALF OF THE NORTHEAST ONE-
QUARTER OF THE'SOUTHEAST
ONE-QUARTER; A DISTANCE OF
849.50 FEET TO THE POINT OF
BE BEGINNING. CONTAINING .5.00-
U ACRES OF LAND;, MORE' OR
LESS.
SUBJECT TO AN EASEMENT FOR
INGRESS AND EGRESS OVER'
Elpert THE NORTHERLY.j25.00 FEET
national THEREOF.,. "
the THE ABOVE DESCRIBED PARCEL
the BEING CONVEYED WITH A 25.00
are FEET STRIP OF LAND FOR
Warren INGRESS AND. EGRESS
p to DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS:- *-
COMMENCE --AT THE
NORTHWEST CORNER OF THE
tribute ABOVE DESCRIBED PARCEL FOR
Eileen THE POINT OF BEGINNING AND
as a RUN SOUTH 01' DEGREES 35
Starke MINUTES 41 MINUTES: EAST
ALONG THE .: WESTERLY
many BOUNDARY THEREOF 25.0066
cities, FEET; THENCE SQUTH 88
les in DEGREES 56 MINUTES 37
n SECONDS WEST, .PARALLEL
encan WITH 'AND '25.00' -FEET
Starke SOUTHERLY OF THE
hospital NORTHERLY. BOUNDARY' OF
THE WEST ONE-HALF OF THE
Baptist NORTHEAST. ONE-QUARTER OF
THE SOUTHEAST ONE-
QUARTER (WHEN MEASURED
fitting AT RIGHT ANGLES THEREFROM)
Warren 150.59 FEET OF THE WESTERLY
ow that BOUNDARY OF SAID WEST ONE-
able to HALF OF THE NORTHEAST ONE-
a to QUARTER OF THE SOUTHEAST
ent, in ONEQUARTER;*THENCE SOUTH
ents.10o ,, 88 [EGREES-63.MINUTES -46
of "a' "i'SeCONwS WST," PARALLEL
WITH THE NORTHERLY
BOUNDARY OF THE
have NORTHWEST ONE-QUARTER OF
an year NORTHEAST ONE-QUARTER, A
ta Fe DISTANCE OF 66.04 FEET TO AN
d must IRON ROD ON THE EASTERLY
ihree BOUNDARY OF THE RIGHT OF
three WAY OF COUNTY:ROAD 221;
history, THENCE NORTH 37 DEGREES 42
n. A MINUTES 03 SECONDS EAST,
quired, ALONG SAID .EASTERLY
S BOUNDARY 32.19 FEET TO AN
manning IRON ROD SET' ON LAST
iomore
larship NORTHERLY BOUNDARY;
U.S. THENCE NORTH 88 DEGREES 39
sideris MINUTES 46 SECONDS EAST,
45.59 FEET TO A CONCRETE
-/Santa MONUMENT LOCATED AT THE
NORTHEAST CORNER THEREOF
s are (ALSO BEING THE NORTHWEST
SFCC CORNER OF SAID WEST ONE-
SFCC HALF OF THE NORTHEAST ONE-
Starke. QUARTER OF THE SOUTHEAST
should ONE-QUARTER); THENCE
ice in NORTH 88 DEGREES 56
line is MINUTES 37 SECONDS EAST,
neis 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
SrCERTAIN MOBILE HOME
LOCATED THEREON, SERIAL
r NUMBERS HMST14047AGA AND
HMST14047BGA.
A/K/A 6403 SE 96TH STREET,
)F THE .HAMPTON, FL 32Q44.
FUITHIN WITNESS MY HAND and the seal of
UIT IN this Court on Feb. 15,2006.
UNTY, RAY NORMAN
ORIDA Clerk of the Circuit Court
CA-531 By: Carol Williams
CTIO Deputy Clerk
AL Echevarria, Codilis & Stawiarski
-ULNG PO.BOX25018
DING. Tampa, Florida 33622-5018
E ;F05017427
If you are a person with a disability
who needs any accommodation in
et al, order to participate in this proceeding,
.. ,- you are entitled, at no cost to you, to
OF : the provision of certain assistance.
LE: Please contact the Clerk of
GIVEN CourtBradford County Courthouse,
d Final StarkeFRa. at 904-964-6280 within 2
lour working days of your receipt of this
ingthe notice; if you are hearing or voice
bSrua6 impaired, call 1-800-955-8771.
NO.5- 2/23 2tchg. 3/2
rt of IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
Fnda for 8TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND
FAloi FOR BRADFORD COUNTY,
BANK FLORIDA
ANYAS CIVIL DIVISION
COOLING CASE NO.'05-CA-241
= MlENT ,


ntif and FRANKLIN CREDIT
ntff and MANAGEMENT CORPORATION
DERICK Plaintiff,
idder for KEVIN SIMMONS; TONYA L.
)Fderor SIMMONS; UNKNOWN :
U NTY PERSONS) IN POSSESSION OF
N'ORTHi THE SUBJECT PROPERTY; BANK
rARKTE ONE FINANCIAL; FORD .MOTOR
A.M., on CREDIT COMPANY;
A6, oth WASHINGTON MUTUAL
006, the FINANCE; UNITED STATES OF
ty as set AMERICA; PREMIUM ASSET
'ING IN RECOVERY CORPORATION;
ING IN Defendants.
OF THE NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
TEROF SALE
ONE- NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
ON 25, pursuant to an Order Rescheduling
NGE Foreclosure Sale dated Feb. 14,
OUNTY, 2006, and entered in Case No. 05-
)F LAND CA-241, of the Circuit Court of the 8th
ULARLY Judicial Circuit in and for
S:


BRADFORD County, Florida.
FRANKLIN CREDIT
MANAGEMENT CORPORA I Iunr i
Plaintiff and KEVIN SIMMONS;
TONYA L. SIMMQNS; UNKNOWN
PERSONS) IN POSSESSION OF
THE SUBJECT PROPERTY; BANK
ONE FINANCIAL; FORD MOTOR
CREDIT COMPANY;
WASHINGTON MUTUAL
FINANCE; UNITED STATES OF
AMERICA; PREMIUM ASSET
RECOVERY CORPORATION: are
defendants. I will sell to the highest
and'best bidder for cash in the Lobby
of the Courthouse,-at 945'North
Temple Avenue, Starke, Bradford
County, Florida, at 11:00 a.m., on this
17th day of March, 2006, the following
described property as set forth in said
Final Judgment, to wit: -
LOT 33, OF PARKWOOD, AS
SAME APPEARS OF RECORD IN
PLAT BOOK 3, PAGE 5,'OF THE
PUBLIC RECORDS OF
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA
Dated.this 15th day of February,
20(6.
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 Qrder to
participate in this proceeding, you are
entitled, at no cost- to you, to
provisions of certain 'assistance.
Please contact the Court
Administrator at 945 North Temple
Avenue, Rm. 137, Starke, FL 32091,
Phone No. (904)966-6280 within 2
working days of your receipt of this
notice or pleading; If you are hearing
Impaired, call 1-800-955-8771
(TDD); if you are voice impaired, call
1-800-995-8770 (V) (Via Florida
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
PUBLIC HEARING
The Bradford County School Board
will be holding a PUBLIC HEARING
related to changes in the Bradford
County School Board Policies. This
meeting will be held, Monday, March
13, 2006 at 6:30 p.m. at 501 W.
Washington Street, Starke, Fla. in the
School, Board Meeting Room. The
following is the policy that is
anticipated tO be changed:
Wellness Policy
. 2/233tchg.3/9
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
V' described below, will be heard by the
EBoard of Adjustment of Bradford
F. County, Flihda, 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-t, a petition by Scherer
Construction & Engineering of North
Florida agent for the Salvation Army,
to request a Special Expeption be
granted as provided for in Section
4.8.5 (1) of the Land Development
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 heanng may be continued
to one or more future dates. Any
interested party shall be advised that
the date. time and niare of any


- continuation of the public hearing APPLICABLE t'THE USE OF
shall be announced during the public SUCH WATER SYSTEM;
hearing and that no further notice PROVIDING PENALTIES
concerning the matter will be REPEALING ALL ORDINANCES IN
published, unless said continuation CONFLICT; PROVIDING AN
exceeds six calendar weeks from the EFFECTIVE DATE. IF A PERSON
date of the above referenced public OR ENTITY DECIDES TO APPEAL
heang. ANY DECISION MADE BY THE
At theaforementioned public heanng, CITY OF HAMPTON COUNCIL
all interested parties may appear to WITH RESPECT TO ANY MATTER
be heard with respect to the special CONSIDER AT SUCH MEETING
exception. OR HEARING SAID INDIVIDUAL
Copies of the special exception OR ENTITY WILL NEED A
application are -available for public R E COBD OF T H E
inspection at the Office of the Director PROCEEDINGS. AND THAT-FOR--
of Zoning, Planning and Building, SUCH PURPOSE THE
County Courthouse located at 945 INDIVIDUAL OR ENTITY MAY
North Temple Avenue, North Wing, NEED TO ENSURE THAT A
Starke, Florida, during regular VERBATIM RECORD OF THE
business hours PROCEEDINGS IS MADE, WHICH
All persons are advised that if they RECORD INCLUDES THE
decide to appeal any decision made TESTIMONY AND EVIDENCE
at the above referenced public UPON WHICH THE APPEAL IS TO
hearing, they will need a record of the BE BASED. A COPY OF THIS
proceedings, and that, for such ORDINANCE IS AVAILABLE AT
purpose, they may need to ensure THE HAMPTON CITY HALL.
that a verbatim record of the John E. Maines, IV, Esquire
proceedings is made, which record City Attorney Hampton, Florda
includes the testimony and evidence 3/2 1tchg.
upon which the appeal is to be based.
2/23 ltchg.


REQUEST FOR BIDS
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Bradford County S.H.I.P. Program
will receive sealed bids until 3:00
p.m. March 21, 2006 at the Bradford
County Office of the County Clerk
located at 945 North Temple Avenue,
Starke, Florida 32091 for the
following:
Renovation of residence located at:
A. 1103 Oak Street, Starke
B. 702 Cypress Street, Starke
C. 21393 NW SR16, Starke
D.12087 Cedar Dr., Brooker
E.121-1 W. Pratt Street, Starke
A mandatory walk through is a
perquisite to a valid bid. All
interested bidders will meet at 8:30
a.m. on Thursday, March 9, 2006 at
the Community Development-Office
located at 945-E North Temple
Avenue in Starke, Florida.
All contractors must have proof of
Residential or General Contractor's
License, proof of Liability Insurance.
proof of Workers' Compensation
Insurance (or Exemption Card), a
statement of non-discrimination, and
at least two references from
previously completed jobs.
Bids will be opened at 3:00 p.m. or as
soon thereafter as possible In the
presence of the Clerk or his
designee, Community Development
staff, and all interestedpersons.
The opened bids will be read into
public record and preserved in the
custody- -of the Community
Development Department.
Bids will not be valid unless received
by the bid deadline and in a sealed
envelope marked, "Sealed Bid,
S.H.I.P." and received by 3:00 p.m.,
March 21, 2006.
Questions may be answered at the
Community Development Office by
Angela Macey at (904) 966-6382.
The County reserves the right to
reject all bids when in its best
judgment they are too high or wherj it
is determined to be in the. best
interest of the County that the bids be
re-advertised.
It is the policy of the County to
promote equal opportunity to obtain
adequate housing by all persons,
regardless of race, color, religion,
sex, familial status, handicap, or
national origin.
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NOTICE OF PROPOSED
ENACTMENT OF
ORDINANCE BY CITY
COUNCIL
HAMPTON, FLORIDA
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
proposed Ordinance Number 06-01,
which title hereinafter appears, will
be considered for enactment (first
reading) on Tuesday the 14th of
March, 2006 at the City Council
meeting starting at 7.00'p.m. in the'
City Hall at Hampton, Florida. A copy
of said Ordinance may be inspected
by any member of the public at the
Office of the Clerk of the Court in the
City Hall, Hampton, Florida. On the
date first above mentioned, all
interested parties may appear-and be
heard with respect to the proposed
Ordinance.
ORDINANCE NUMBER 06-01
AN ORDINANCE REPEALING
ORDINANCE 99-01, AND
ESTABLISHING RATES AND
CHARGES FOR THE
FURNISHING OF WATER
SERVICES FROM THE WATER
SYSTEM OF THE CITY;
PROVIDING REGULATIONS


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
FLORIDA EIGHTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 05-CA-535
NORITA V. DAVIS and STEFAN M.
DAVIS, SUCCESSOR TRUSTEE
OF THE RONNIE C. DAVIS
REVOCABLE LIVING TRUST
DATED 2/3/03,
Plaintiff,
vs.
JAMES P. GIBBS and GRACE E.
GIBBS a/k/a GRACE GIBBS,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF SALE
Notice is hereby given that, pursuant
to Summary Final Judgment of
Foreclosure dated February 22,' 2006;
I will sell the property situated in
Bradford County, Florida, described
as follows: .---
SCHEDULE OF PROPERTY
A PARCEL 'OF LAND LYING IN
THE NW 1/4 OF THE NW 1/4 OF
SECTION 32, TOWNSHIP 7
SOUTH, RANGE 22 EAST,
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA;
SAID PARCEL BEING SHOWN AS
LOT 21 ON A MAP PREPARED BY
PATRICK B. WELCH _&
ASSOCIATES, INC. AND
RECORDED IN MISC. MAP BOOK
1, PAGE 3 OF THE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF SAID COUNTY,
ALSO BEING DESCRIBED AS
FOLLOWS:
COMMENCE AT A CONCRETE
MONUMENT FOUND AT THE
NORTHWEST CORNER OF SAID
SECTION 32 AND RUN NORTH 89
DEGREES, 27 MINUTES AND 41
SECONDS EAST, ALONG THE
NORTHERLY- BOUNDARY
THEREOF, 367.71 FEET FOR THE
POINT OF BEGINNING. FROM
POINT OF BEGINNING THUS
DESCRIBED CONTINUE NORTH
89 DEGREES, 27 MINUTES AND
41 SECONDS EAST, ALONG SAID
NORTHERLY BOUNDARY, 358.71
FEET; 'THENCE SOUTH 02
DEGREES, 15 MINUTES AND 56
SECONDS EAST, PARALLEL WITH
THE WESTERLY BOUNDARY OF
SAID SECTION 32, A DISTANCE
OF 335,69 FEET; THENCE SOUTH
89 DEGREES, 24 MINUTES AND
48 SECONDS WEST, PARALLEL
WITHfi THE. SOUTHERLY
BOUNDARY-OF SAID NW-1/4 OF
NW 1/4, A DISTANCE OF 358.70
FEET TO A SET IRON ROD;
THENCE NORTH 02 DEGREES, 15
MINUTES AND 56 SECONDS
WEST, PARALLEL WITH SAID
WESTERLY BOUNDARY, 335.99
FEET TO THE POINT OF
BEGINNING.
ABOVE DESCRIBED LOT BEING
CONVEYED SUBJECT TO AND
WITH A RIGHT OF INGRESS AND
EGRESS OVER ALL ROADS
SHOWN ON AFORESAID MAP
RECORDED ON PAGE 3 OF MISC.
MAP BOOK 1. SUBJECT TO AND
TOGETHER WITH A GENERAL
GRANT OF EASEMENT FOR
INGRESS, EGRESS, UTILITIES
AND DRAINAGE AS SAME
APPEARS OF RECORD IN
OFFICIAL RECORDS BOOK 357,
PAGES 67-71, INCLUSIVE. PUBLIC
RECORDS OF BRADFORD
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
SUBJECT TO DECLARATION OF
RESTRICTIONS, COVENANTS
AND CONDITIONS OF HIDDEN
OAKS AS SAME APPEARS OF
RECORD IN OFFICIAL RECORDS


-"BO-UK -35-7- PAGES 57-66
INCLUSIVE, PUBLIC RECORDS
OF BRADFORD COUNTY;
FLORIDA.
at public sale, to the highest bidder for
cash, at the main entrance of the
Bradford County Courthouse, in
Starke, Bradford County, Florida, at
11:00 A.M. on the 29TH day of
March, 2006.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said Court this 23 day of February,
2006.
RAYNORMAN;
-. Clerk of Court
By Carol Williams
DEPUTY CLERK
If you are a person with a disability
who needs any accommodation in
order to participate in this proceeding,
you are entitled, at no cost to you, to
the provision of certain assistance.
Please contact Court Administration,
201 East University Avenue,
Gainesville, FL 32602, (352) 374-
3648, within 2 working days of your
receipt of this notice. If you are
hearing or voice impaired, call TDD
1-800-955-8771.
BEVIN G. RITCH
1418 NW 6th Street
Post Office Box 1025
Gainesville, FL 32602
(352) 376-3201
Florida Bar # 143762
PUBLIC AUCTION
Spratlin Towing will be having a
Public Auction on the following March
31, 2006 at 10:00 a.m.
1990 Honda Accord Brown
1hgcb7651La120344
2Q01 Dodge Truck BIk
3b7hf13Z51 g79064
1996 Ford Contour Maroon -
Ifalp6537tk104384
1989 Chevrolet TK Blue,
1gc c14k9ke106091
1997 Chevrolet Tahoe Red
1gnek13r6vj412688 :
And on Aprinl 7, 2006 at 10:00 am.
1991 Chevrolet S10 BIk
1 cct14Z7m8236543
1 92 Ford Explorer Tan -
1fmdu32x3nue16766
Spratlin Towing gives notice of
foreclosure of lien and intent to sell
the vehicles pursuant to Subsection
713.78 of Fla. Statutes. Spratlrn
Towing reserves the right to accept
or reject any and all bids. .
Spratlin's is located at 18536 U.S.
Hwy. 301 North. 2 miles North'of
Starke behind Smith Bros. Paint &
Body-
3/2 2tchg.3/9
NOTICE OF INTENTION
TO REGISTER
FICTITIOUS NAME
PURSUANT TO SECTION 865.09,
Florida Statutes, notice is hereby
given that the undesigned, The Shop
of Agricultural & Equipment Repairs,
Inc., 10362 Hampton Ave., Starke, FL
32091, sole owner, doing business
under the firm name of: The Shop of
Ag., Inc., 10362 Hampton Ave.,
Starke, FL 32091, intends to register
said fictitious name under the
aforesaid statute.
Dated this 20th day of Feb., 2006, In
Bradford County.
32 ltchg.
PUBLIC AUCTION
C&C Mini-Storage will have a public
auction at 10 a.m. on March 11,2006,
at Handi-House Portable Buildings at
1670 S. US-301, Starke.
2-2a Nancy Roberts
1-58 Rodney Copley
1-46 Gina Jones
1-18'Paul Thibedeau
2-22 Kimberly Jenkins
2-83 Jon David Johnson
1-71 Brandie Johns
If you have further questions, contact
Rebecca Chapman, (904) 964-2225.
3/2 2tchg.3/9
LEGAL NOTICE
The BJBW Committee of the Alachua
Bradford Regional Workforce Board
will meet on Tuesday, March 7,2006
at 2:30 p.m. at the Gainesville Job
Corps, 5301 NE 40th Terrace,
Gainesville, Florida. Please contact
Phyllis Marty at 352-955-6509 with
any questions you' may have.
3/2 1tchg.
LEGAL NOTICE
The First Jobs First Wages
Committee of the Alachua Bradford
Regional Workforce Board will meet
on Thursday, March 9,2006 at 9 a.m..
at the Gainesville Job Corps, 5301
NE 40th Terrace, Gainesville,
Florida. Please contact Phyllis Marty
at 352-955-6509 with any questions
you may have.
3/2 ltchg.


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Pae BA TELEGRAPH March 2, 2006


Third-graders at Hampton Elementary making straight A's for the second nine
weeks were (1-r) Dana Carney, Kelsey Yates, Brandon Baker, Kristie Yates,
Michaela Williamson and Treavor Gilliam. (Not pictured: John Holt.)


Hampton Elementary-second-graders Sarah Glisson
and Ethan Hughes made straight A's for the second
nine weeks.


Students at Northside Christian Academy who made straight A's were
third grade, front, 1-r) Jarius Thomas, Tiffany Davenport, (second grade)
Shelby Parrish, Kailey Maginnis, Ethan Falstreaux, (fifth grade, back)
Abby Jones, Montrez Ellerson and (first grade) Brianna Sanders.



Look at a day when you are supremely satisfied at the end. It's not a day when you lounge
around doing nothing; it's when you've had everything to do and you've done it.
-Margaret Thatcher
-. .-- .' ir* -


-GAL ookinhg have as normal a life as
possible %while going through
for gular ian this traumatic time. The
for gurI d [UaI l r, majority miss out on field
an els trips, school sports.
Th 1 e Eparticipation, camp and .many
The Eighth Judicial Circuit other activities due to financial
Guardian ad Litem Program is lack.
currenil) representing more If you would like to make a
than 900 children who. have difference in a child's life and
been abused or neglected and don'tt have timnie to be'- a
are involved in the Dependency Guardian ad Litem volunteer,
Court process. Most of them the Guardian. Angels Program
: have been removed:from their is for you. A Guardian Angel
parents' custody and are living will sponsor a child financially
in a foster home or with to help provide the "extras"'
..realies. All. of.them .wan,-to--.-that-wi 4-help-brighten up-their-


life.
There is no requirement of
how% much .ou have to spend.
For more information about
this editing new program,
please contact Clarkson
Cantrell at (352) 374-3656.


In this world, I would rather
live two days like a tiger,
than two hundred years like
a sheep.
-Tipu Sultan










Section B: Thursday, March 2, 2006



Re g oTal Ne ws

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


od Smith holds campaign rally in Union County
.Rod: MthId' M.agnr1,
BY JAMES REDMOND the Senate Smith has pursued While Smith W1as born in. fields of eggplant and green introduced as the person who percent margin of error, w
Times Staff 'ruer better health care and lower Southwest City. Mo., he peppers. promoted lleria" killer Dann o, kne e had a lot ofWork t
r s.cr intirns drug costs'for considers himself a native during his speech, he told Roling


Democratic gubernatorial
candidate Rod Smith recently.
-hiade a campaign swing
through Lake Butler to let
citizens know \hvy he's
.running to be the next
governor of Florida.
"'Strength and conviction
.win elections, and I have the
.strength and conviction
:Democrats need to win the
govyenor's -race in- .2006,"
,Smith said.
. Tough prosecutor, advocate
for children and families and
'champion of working families
:are just some of the many
values Smith is relying on to'
take him to Tallahasse in 2006.
As a two-term state-attorney
from the Gainesville area,
.Smith successfully prosecuted
.some of Florida's most
.dangerous criminals, including
Danny Rolling.. Also as a state-
attorney,. he led efforts to.'
protect the environment by
-creating one of Florida's first
environmental crime task force
-units.
: One other feat while in the
state attorney's office was the
:formation of the state's first
special prosecution unit
devoted exclusively) .,to
,prosecuting crimes against
-,women and children.
As a state senator. Smith
helped pass, important
,legislation making it easier for
,single parents to collect child
support. He also sponsored
legislation creating the'
Florida's Child Advocacy
Trust Fund. The fund provides
"help to children who have been
.the victims of abuse. For his
,efforts, Smith earned the
:Voices of Children
Foundation's MVP Leadership
Award on behalf of abused,
abandoned and neglected
children. I
As an attorney, Smith spent
17 )ears representing the rights -
of police officers, firefighters
and Ipublic employees
throughout the state. While in



Pasture,

weed control

workshop

offered Sat.
BY WENDY BURTON
Bradford Cowiun Extension
Do you'have land in pastures
or hayfields? Do you have
-eeds?
If so, now is your chance to
learn more about the control of
these pesky problems. The
North Florida Beef and Forage
Group will hold a workshop
Saturday, March 4, at' 9:30
a.m. at the farm of Joe
Hendricks, which is off of C.R.
237.
S The workshop will cover
herbicides and weed control
updates, along with nozzle
selection and spray patterns, a
nozzle uniformity test
demonstration, boom sprayer
equipment troubleshooting and
maintenance, mixing and
loading and how to comply
with Florida's Organo-Auxin
rule..
In addition, 2 CEUs (1
CORE and 1 PVT or 1 AG-
ROW) will be available for
those with pesticide licenses.
.Registration is $5 per person
and includes' materials and
lunch sponsored by Helena
Chemical Company. The
workshop will adjourn at 12:30'.
p.m.
Please call the Union
County Extension Office at
(386) 496-2321 with. your
name to reserve your meal.
The Institute of Food and
Agricultural Sciences (IFAS)
is an equal opportunity
institution authorized to
provide research, educational
information and other services
only to individuals and
institutions that function with
non-discrimination with
respect to race, creed, color,
religion, age, disability, sex,
sexual orientation, marital
status, national origin, political
opinions or affiliations (U.S.
Department of Agriculture,
Cooperative Extension
Service, University of Florida,
IFAS, Florida A&M .
University Cooperative
Extension Program, and
Boards of County
Commissioners cooperating).


working families and seniors.
During 2005, Smith was
recognized by the Florida
AFL-CIO for having the best
record in the Senate on behalf
if working men and women.


Floridian. Before he reached
the age of 2, Smith's family
moved to Florida. While in
Palm Beach County, he grew
up laboring alongside his
father, a truck farmer, working


the gathering that his name is
not as well known in the
Southern counties of the state.
"I was introduced as Rod
Stewart at one of m. political
rallies," Smith said. "I was also


He also told the gathering
about a poll he looked at %%hen
he first decided to run.
'"We looked at a poll and it
said I had 4 percent of the
%ote." Smith said. "With a 5-


e
0o


Smitn- sai ne got into nhe
race for governor for two
reasons.

See SMITH, p. 12B


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CRIMEE
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Stark man Hinton, 35, of Orange Park is unable to leave his residence
was charged with manufacture without his wheelchair.
charged with of methamphetamine with Officer Hooper gained entry
bond set at $100,000. Hinton and located the victim in his
stabbing was also charged on wailrants bed. He appeared awake but
S. from Clay County for was unresponsive. Rescue was
druggiSt -violation of probation driving contacted and the victim was
A Starke man charged with under the influence and on a transported to Shands for
armed robbery ,remains in writ of bodily attachment with treatment of dehydration and
custody while the pharmacist bond set at $3,500. additional neglect-related
he is charged with stabbing The motel room was also conditions, Officer Hooper"
recovers from his injuries. occupied by Stefani L. Lane, said.
Marcus Hamilton Henry. 34, '22, pf Green Cove Springs and During questioning about the
was arrested Feb. 12 by Sgt.. Megan Leigh Bowling, 34, of identity of the caretaker, the
Kevin Mueller after police Orange Park. They were also neighbors said he was Jimmy
found Henry at his home on charged with manufacture of Ray Garrard Sr., 51, of
St. Clair Street. methamphetamine .with bond Jacksdiville. Officer Hooper
At 8:15 a.m. Henry entered set at $100,000 each. recalled that he had arrested
the office area of the 'Winn- Garrard Feb. 18 at 5:18 a.m.
Dixie pharmacy, where he for possession of crack cocaine.
grabbed the pharmacist, who Gainesville During the arrest, Garrard did
was alone in the pharmacy and not advise the officer about the
told him to be quiet, Sgt. man c arged victim, nor did he attempt to
Mueller said. Henry removed a ,.,h contact the victim's family or
knife from his pocket and cut, WlimL edirrlTU neighbors regarding the arrest,
the victim's neck. Henry then robbery Officer Hooper said.
fled the business, getting into O -ery Garrard moved the -victim's
his vehicle located in the Starke police arrested a telephone away from the bed
parking 'lot.' Witnesses Gainesville man last week for .and took the victim's personal
identified Henry and police:. the Valentine's Day robbery of security alarm prior to leaving,
located hlim a short -time later, Delta Food stereo East Sgt. William Brown said.,He
Sgt.''Mueller said. After a brief, Brownlee Street. then left the victim unattended
standoff, he was taken into Timothy Delancie Bass, 21, in' his bed, in his own waste
custody, was charged with robbery with and fluids. The victim had not
Henry admitted to taking a deadly weapon and grand eaten for three days, Sgt.'
- prescription narcotics but there -theft, according to Sgt. Kevin Brown said.
is no evidence of missing Mueller. The investigation into Garrard was arrested at the jail"
drugs, Sgt. Mueller said. the 8 p.m. robbery identified for felony abuse or neglect of
The weapon has not been Bass and a co-defendant as the--an elderly person, Officer.
loDcated. two who entered th-e store on Hooper said.
Henry is charged with armef --eb. 14 carrying a gun and a
robbery with a deadly weapon, knife. Bass threatened the clerk
aggravated battery with a deadly with the weapon and demanded Starke man
weapon and theft. He remains money. After stealing an -
in custody under a $300,000 undisclosed amount of money faces charge
bond. (more than $300), both men
then fled the scene, Sgt. Of sex with
The pharmacist, Simon B. Mueller said. A sworn
Van Wagenen, was transported complaint has been issued for m inor
to Shands University of Florida the co-defendant. A 21-year-old Starke man was'
with life-threatening injuries. On Feb. 22, Bass was inside a arrested Feb. 23 after police
As of press time he had been room at a local motel with a learned he had been' having"
released from the hospital and juvenile. A search of.the room sexual relations with a minor.
recovering at home. revealed a bottle of brandy and Mathew Lee Grant admitted to
According to the wimess' a plastic bag of marijuana, Sgt. having sex with the victim
statement, Henry had been in Richard Crews said. numerous times, both at her..
the Winn-Dixie pharmacy the In addition to the robbery residence and in his hdt~l
week before, inquiring about charges, Bass was charged with room, according to Sgt.
different drugs. He showed his contributing to the delinquency William Brown. The victim is
badge from the prison, stated of a minor and possession of a 14-year-old, Sgt. Brown said.
he was a guard at Lawley and less than 20 grams of cannabis. Grant remains in custody
wanted information on Bass remains in custody under under a $100,000 bond.
OxyContin. a $100,000 bond.


Van Wagenen and his family
moved to Brooker three years eiver,- ,
ago from Orange Park, Car Ver
according to his wife. He has charged ith
been employed by Winn-Dixie char ed w ith
Ilerfrteyns ,,, Vi ....0negl Otert (f. y'
"We are very fortunate" an eg e .
ratefil, said : Mrs. Van bedridden "
Wagenen. She added that .
everyone his been so helpful m an."
and that the family appreciates A. 51-year-old Jacksonville
the emergency personnel from man was arrested Feb. .21 for
Bradford County who waited leaving the victim without
for them to arrive at the food for three days.
hospital. Starke Officer J.W. 'Hoober


Starke police put a meth lab,
out of business with the arrest
last week'of three people at a'
local Mnotel.
On Feb. 20 at 10:45 a.m.,
Sgt. Kevin Mueller and Officer.
James Hooper were attempting
to arrest a subject identified as
Michael David Hinton on a
civil order for failure to pay
. child support.
When the officers made
contact with Hinton at a local
motel room, Sgt. Mueller
immediately smelled a strong
odor commonly associated with
materials used to manufacture
methamphetamines. In plain
view were several items also
used to 'manufacture, Sgt.
Mueller said.
A search warrant was obtained
for the room and two vehicles
parked in front of the room.
Evidence of a significant
operation was found. Hinton
had been at the motel for about
a month, paying $55 nightly
in cash, Sgt. Mueller said.


responded to a residence on
Feb. 20 in response to a well
being check. When he arrived
he was--advised by friends and. -
neighbors of the victim that
the 78-year-old, man was
bedridden. The victim's paid
caretaker had not been seen o"
-heard from in three days,
Officer Hooper said.
Officer Hooper saw the man's
wheelchair in. the living room
window,, but there was no
response from the victim, who


A Middleburg man and two young children escaped serious injury when
their Ford pickup struck a concrete power pole late Sunday afternoon
in Starke. Ethan Avery Fuqua was eastbound on C.R. 230 when for
unknown reasons the pickup travelled across the westbound lane and
crashed into the pole, according to Starke Police Department Major Jeff
Johnson. The pole broke apart and came to rest on the pickup truck, '
Major Johnson said. Fuqua, 30, and a 3-and a 5-year-old were
transported to Shands University for non life threatening injuries.
There was no record of admission to the hospital at press time. The
crash remains under investigation with possible charges pending
blood-alcohol results, Major Johnson said. The portion of Call Street
was closed from the 5:15 p.m. crash until Gainesville Regional Utilities
responded to replace the pole. The detour was lasted almost 24 hours.
Value of the- pole was $25,000. City expenses were not available.


for $60, Officer Crosby said.
He was additionally charged on
a warrant for violation of
probation grand theft. Bond
was set at $15,000.
William Stone, 29, of Starke
was arrested Feb. 20 by
Bradford Deputy Josh Luke for
0two counts of burglary of
conveyance, grand theft and
criminal mischief. Stone is
charged with stealing several)
Gameboy games, two
Gameboys and several CDs
F- P.h.. L I r I. l 1TI


from a Vvehicle rcu. 1 1, Deputy
Luke said. A witness stated
Recent Stone wanted to sell the
merchandise to him, Deputy
arrests Luke said. Value of the theft
i -Bradford, ne also hargd ib
Clay or Union burglarizing a camper trailer
... : from which he tore and
The. following individuals removed most of the
were arrested recendy by local wiring/electrical boxes, water
law enforcement ;officers in (copper) piping and other
Bradford, Clay. (Keystone various metal objects,
Heights area)., or Union according to Sgt. Wayne
County: Mclntire. Damage was
approximately $2,000. Also
William L. Newham III, 26, two filled gas bottles were
of Starke was arrested Feb. 20 removed from a rack in front of
by Florida Highway Patrol the camper. Value of the
Trooper.Caulk on warrants for -bottles is $80, Sgt. Mclntire
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OBITUARIES


Frank Marshall
Frank Marshall
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS -
Frank Edwards Marshall, 81, of
Keystone Heights died Saturday,
Feb. 25, 2006, at Haven Hospice
Roberts Care Center in Palatka.
A lifelong, resident of the
Keystone Heights area, Mr.
Marshall was a truck driver and
served in the United States Na yv.
He was a member of the Masonic
Lodge #89 in Melrose Scottish
Rite,. Jacksonville and Trinity
Baptist Church of Keystone
Heights.
Mr. Marshall is survived by: a
daughter Kathy Thomas of
Macon, -Qa..,.aaa son Joseph
Marshall of Waycross, Ga.; anad
step-sister Shirley Williams. He
was preceded in death by a son
Arlo Marshall. '
Graveside services for Mr.
Marshall %ill be held at II a.m.
on Friday, March 3, 2006, with
full military honors in Florida
National Cemetery in Bushnell
with the Rev. James Peoples
officiating. Burial will follow
under the care of Moring Funeral
Home of Melrose.
Masonic Rites will be held at 5
p.m. on Thursday, March 2, 2006,
with visitation following the
service until 7 p.m. at the funeral
home.

James Beeler'
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS -
James R. "Bud" Beeler Sr., 87, of
Keystone Heights died Thursday,
Feb. 23. 2006, at Shands AGH in
Gainesville following a sudden
illness.
Born in Webster, 'Pa.,, Mr.
Beeler moved to Keystone
Heights from Monnessen, Pa. in
1963. He retired from the city of
Keystone Heights as public
works supervisor. He served in
the U.S. Air Force and was a long
time member of the Keystone
Volunteer Fire Department. He
was' q- member '.of Key stone
Uiti'ted Methodist Church,
"Mr. Beeler'is'u 'viveSBy':
son James R. Beeler Jr. of Salt
Springs; a sister Katherine
Rutherford of Dorena, Pa.; four
grandchildren and three great-
grandchildren.

Walter Boatwright
MONTICELLO Walter Ellis
Boatwright, 71, of Monticello
died Tuesday, Jan. 31, 2006 in
Tallahassee.
Mr. Boatwright was retired
correctional officer with he state
of Florida and served as a
lieutenant in the reserve unit of
the Jefferson County sheriff's
office for four yeas.
Mr. Boatwright is survived by:
his wife Diane of Monticello;
five sons, two brothers; three
sisters; 11 grandchildren and one
great-grandchild.
Funeral services for Mr.
Boatwright were Feb. 3, 2006 in
First Baptist Church of
Monticello. Interment followed
in Beth-Page Cemetery in
Jefferson' County under the care
of Beggs Funeral Home.
Memorial contributions may
be made to Big Bend Hospice,
1723 Mahan Center, Tallahassee,
FL 32308-3428 or First Baptist
Church, W. Washington St.,
Monticello, FL 32344.

Latasha Walker
HAWTHORNE Latasha Nat6
Walker, 29, of Hawthorne died
Tuesday, Feb. 21, '2006, in
Hawthorne following an
automobile accident.
Born in Gainesville on June.
19, 1976, Mrs. Walker moved to
Gainesville from Hawthorne. She
was a social worker and pharmacy
tech. She was a member of St.
Johns' Baptist Church in
Campville where she was church
secretary and director of youth
ministry.
Mrs. Walker is survived by:
two children, James and Jaida
McDuffie of Hawthorne; her
parents Sammy and Bessie Walker
of Hawthorne;. sisters, Nateisha
Walker, Tica Walker Tina Walker,
all of Gainesville; brothers,
Sammy Walker Jr. of Hawthorne,
Samuel Walker of Gainesville.
She was preceded in death by a
sister Shauntay Walker.
Funeral services for Mrs.
Walker will be held at 11i a.m. on
Saturday, March 4, 2006, with
Minister Rodney Jones, eulogist
and the Rev. Eugene Herring,
pastor, conducting the services.
Interment will follow in St.
Johns Cemetery in Melrose under
the care of Haile Funeral Home
of Starke.
Family will be received at New
Hope Methodist Church in
Hawthorne on Friday, Feb. 3,
2006, from 4-8 p.m. and friends
from 5-8 p.m. The family will
meet at the Walker home in Lake
Show Garden in Hawthorne at 10
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KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Jack
D. Kingery, 74, of Keystone
Heights died Monday, Feb., 20,
2006, at Governor's Creek Rehab
in Green Cove Springs following,
a sudden illness.
Born Feb. 5,, 1931, Mr.
Kingery served in the United,
States Army from 1946-48. He
was a retired truck driver.
Mr. Kingery'is surti'ed by: a
step-son,. Walter Reese 'of
Keystone Heights: a brother and
'a sister. He was preceded in death
by his wife Tudy Kingery in
2004.
Memorial services for Mr.
Kingery will be. held at a later
date, Interment will be in Texas
at a later date. Local
arrangements by Jones Funeral
Home of Keystone Heights.

Michael Oglesby
LAWTEY Michael Lee
"Mike" Oglesby, 66, of Lawtey
died Saturday. Feb. 25, 2006.
.. Born and raised in C6lumbus,
Miss., Mr. Oglesby moved to
Lawtey in 1976. He owned and,
operated Pioneer Electric from
1983 through 2002 and was a
member of IBEW Local #177. He
served in the U.S. Navy and w as a
member of Calvary Chapel in
Orange Park. '
Mr. Oglesby .is survived by:.
his wife Terry Oglesby of
Lawltev; three sons, Lee Oglesby
of Rockledge, Sam. Oglesby of
Ft. Benning, Ga. and Cary Mize
of Lawtey; a sister Bobbie
Deacon of California; a brother,
Ronnie Oglesby of California;
and six grandchildren.
Memorial services for Mr:
Oglesby were March I, 2006 in
the Chapel of Archie Tanner
Funeral Home of Starke with the
Rev. Chris Freidrich officiating.
Memorial contributions may
be made to Haven Hospice of
North Central Florida, 4200 N.w.
90th Blvd., Gainesville, FL
32606-3809 or a charity of your
choice.

Samuel Crockett
LAWTEY Samuel "Cricket"
Crockett, 73, of Lawtey died
Friday, Feb. 24, 2006, at Shands
UP in Gainesville following an
extended illness.
Born in Sylvester, Ga. on Dec.
3, 1933, Mr. Crockett'moved to
Florida from Georgia. He was a
retired truck driver for Florida
Rock Inc. \'and was* of the'
Christian faith.
Mr. Crockett is survived by: a
daughter Latoya Riley, of
Jacksonville; a son ,J.ames_ .
Crgckett of Jacksonville; two *


Jay Stapf
SEATTLE, WASHINGTON -
Jay William Stapf of Seattle died
on Monday, Feb. 20, 2006.
Born on June 27, 1933 thelsbh"
of Harold and Mary Stapf, Mr.
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sisters, Mary Lee Cherry of Live
Oak and Mamie Thomas of
Detroit; a brother Norman Home
of Citrus; one grandchild and a
special friend Donna Bentley of
Lawtey.
Funeral services for, Mr.
Crockett will be held at 3 p.m. in
Lawtey Church of Christ on
Saturday, March 4; 2006, with
Minister Rodney Jones and
eulogist Minister Curtis White.
Interment will follow in
Peetsville Cemetery under the
care of Haile Funeral Home of
Starke.
Family will be received at the
funeral home on Friday, Feb. 3,
2006, from 4-5 p.m. and friends
from 5-8 p.m. The family will
meet at Community School of
Lawtey in the cafeteria.

Ida Lee Scott
STARKE Ida Lee "Cuda"
Scott, 67, -of Starke died
Saturday, Feb. 25, 2006, at
Shands Starke following an
extended illness. '
Born in Brooker on Jan. 3,
1939, Mrs. Scott moved to Starke
from Brooker. She retired from
Shands Starke as a nurse
assistance. She was a member of
Ebenezer Baptist Church where
she served on tte deaconess
board and sang in the senior
choir.
Mrs. Scott is survived by:
daughters, Fayon Hawkins of
Gainesville, Banisha Scott of
Starke; sons, Barry Williams of
Starke. James Williams, Tyrod
Williams, both of Daytona
Beach, Tony Williams of North
Carolina; two sisters, Beverly
Clark of Daytona Beach, Lillian
Wilson of Savannah. Ga. and 10
grandchildren.
Funeral services for Mrs. Scott
will be held at 3:30 p.m. on
Saturday, March 4, 2006, in
Ebenezer Baptist Church of
Starke with the Rev. James N..
Wilcox and the Rev. O.E. Harris
conducting 'the services.,
Interment will follow in
Oddfellow Cemetery under the
care of Haile Funeral Home of
Starke.
Family will be received at the
funeral home on Friday, Feb. 3.
2006, from 3-4 p.m. and friends
from 5-8 p.m. The family will
meet at the home of Ida Scott at 3
p.m. to form the cortege. Viewing
will be at the church one hour
prior to the service.


I In Memory

In Loving Memory of
RicthrdAlvie Thornion
Jan. 26, 1939- March 6, 2005
.4 loving husbandfather and
grandfather is gone from us.
We, (iass you every day, without you
it s hard to find our n ay.
We miss your laughter and your
voice., but we know that some day
together we 'I rejoice.
MISS YOU DEARLY
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Toothpaste


Have you 'noticed any toothpaste,
ads lately No? Neither have I, and I
don't really know why manufacturers
aren't advertising, or have I quit
paying attention?
The vast majority of people don't
remember 'toothpaste 'advertising. in
the 1925 era, what the product tasted
like, or how it was packaged. It's quite
likely today's readers don't know, nor
do they care about mundane items
such as toothpaste, but -without
research, I can answer the three trivia
questions just quoted.
The toothpaste of 1925 consisted of
about the same brand names, with
"Colgate, Ipana and Pepsodent being
-the most prominent. The consistency
'and taste have remained largely
unchanged, although the
manufacturers will claim added
qualities to reduce or prevent tooth
'ti.lments. All manufacturers .claimed
to "make teeth whiter,"' but the home.
bleaching systems being advertised
today is a product of current years.
Eighty years ago, Colgate claimed
the moniker "Ribbon Dental Cream,"
because the toothpaste tube had an
oblong hole. through which the
toothpaste was squeezed onto the
brush. The shape of the product'
coming out of the tube had nothing to
do with quality, but it was an
advertising gambit, void of any
quality. Colgate abandoned the
"Ribbon" claim because the
individual couLdmore-easily. control
the amount of toothpaste being put on


the brush,, .
Enlarging the hole, increases th
amount being squeezed out of th
tube. Ipana. one of the three to
brands, advertised its protection
against "pink toothbrush," which
referred to bleeding gums. Pin
toothbrush isn't mentioned any mor
so perhaps Ipana cured all bleeding
gums circa 1,925.
Pepsodent touted whiter teet
calling attention to the bleachir
,action of its product.
In those days, and .possibly i
through the early. 1950s, the produ
was packaged ini. a thin, mallpah
metal tube, high in lead content. /
the product was consumed,...
bottom end of the tube was rollediu
and being metal, it kept its sh')p
making it easy to squeezeR'
toothpaste ,onto6 the brush. Ddri'
World War II lead was in short sup[p
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Apparently lead poisoning wasn't
problem, or wasn't known as
problem. Anyway, the metal tul
gave way to the plastic tube of today
and since it doesn't retain its shape
the ingredient is used, it becomes
nuisance to get the toothpaste out
the larger tubes.
The years have made some thin
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By Buster Rah
Telegraph Editorial


Reader urges votingg is ine of our greatest research. You will be fa
A Privileges. We can vote to' -withthe issues facing t
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Dear Editor: integrity and moral values your,research. You know
This is such a glorious time 'heeded to be a servant of the you want as a public se
of the year. There are signs all citizens. Look for 'that value
about offering new beginnings, ", When you sign up for any :experience, .that passion
.trees budding, and new growth job in any level of government, honesty, that eagerness tc
showing every where. There are your first and foremost passion what.you want your city
also %\hite signs, yellow signs should. be that of 'a civil and who has the willing
,and red signs, asking for your servant. I *find this greatly role up their sleeves ai
vote. Your. vote can and will lacking in our citygovernment. the best, for. .this;
make a difference either for the '- I encourage, yes, even beg Remember,'each. person
good or bad. each and ,every person city council i' one vo
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this city for 27 years anid'amii polls on Tuesday, March 7, and ... -
amazed at the lack of voter vote. Hopefully by that time
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rO THE EDITOR _. I


Has -any council member
taken the time to address Ms.
McMillian, the recreation
director, concerning this merge?
I'm afraid that you have
already made one 'blind
decision. Please don't make it
two. A merge may save the city
a few bucks down the road but


it will be the working class
citizens of Bradford County
who will pay the difference
with every activity.
My daddy always said. "If it
ain't broke then don't fi\ it."
Lori Carter
Starke


broke, don't
fix it
Dear Editor:
I don't understand what all
the smoke is about the city
recreation department not
wanting to join forces with the
YMCA.
e II hate been involved with
he '.' the ladies' at the recreation
ie department for manN ears.
having had three children
pi almost raised down there and
)n} their contention is, "The more
:h facilities in pur community, the
k more children %we can get
S involved in recreational
,e, activities."
ig I believe parents should have
a choice of where they would
like their children to go for
activities 'and that ,the city
g should not take that choice
away from us. My point is that
there are enough children in
Bradford County for more thanfi
ct one or two operations and
I@iJ competition is always a good-
,s thing for the community
e c that is what 'keeps cost down
and quality of service high.
p-V, I Also while the recreation
e,;' department does not offer the
h-.lr scholarship program that the
.' YMCA offers, I can attest to
S .. .the fact that they do everything
,.. .. they can to find sponsors if for
', some reason you, cannot pay..
'My children are involved in
Sex3 the summer program and I can
a assure you that you %%ill not
a find a better place or price i $10
per week for daycare from 7
a.m. until 6 p.m., Monday
y', through Friday. with qualified
as supervision) and m) children
a, have a great time for eight
\, eeks.
of I stop by the recreation
department about once a month
gs to bring myself up-to-date on
recreation programs and I was
d,, very concerned when I was told
that the YMCA was trying to
in, merge with them.
ist Thank you Mr. Sauer (our
city manager) for doing your
homework and realizing that a
merge would not be in the best
interest of Bradford Couiity
children. I only hope that the
.community will also do their
milir homework and realize what
e city they may be losing.
well I wrge citizens.to voice your.,
d c~~r'ns ,iplic city courn3"
Sa metings beiuSeQnce the deal
I. istffniae the wtMg' a
se and as you can see with the Pratt
v what Street property.
trvant! With that decision the city
, that counsel has literally left the
n, that children out in the cold
o learn because the counsel did not do
' to be their homework.
hess to I also urge the city council
nd get members to investigate the pros
city. and cons of this proposed
on the merge and not to believe
)te for hearsay. Please remember that it
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Are kids
being put out
into the
street?

Dear Editor:
I would like to ask the city
officials of Starke where their
priorities are'?
Everyone 6f you seem to be
up in arms over how the


animals in this to% n are treated
%hen you have clearly put the
kids of this county out into the
street
The Reno Recreation
building is unsafe &for the
children to attend anymore, the
Pratt Street property 'is, now
being taken over by the county
and the building itself is.going

See KIDS, p. 12B


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SLRCT
presents an,
'Eyening of
One Acts'
The Lake Region
Community Theatre is
presenting an "Evening of One
Acts" in a dinner theater venue
at the Starke Golf and Country
SClub on March 17-19 and 24-
26.
The acts: will include "A
Musical Tribute to Broadway"
with Stella and Merritt, a
comedy-drama entitled
'Counting to Three" by Joe
Anson, and "Quiet Please," a
comedy written by Howard
Buermarin.
:' Ticket prices include dinner,
beverage and dessert on Fridays
and Saturda\s, and hors
'd'oeuvres with beverage and
dessert on Sundays. Tickets-for
Friday and Saturday
performances are $20 for
adults, $15 for senior citizens


Compassionate
Friends meets
March,
The next meeting of the'
Lake 'Are/,,KeN stone Heights
chapter of The Compassionate
Friends support group will be
held Monda\, March 6, at '7:
p.m.
[ It will t-ake place in
Key stone at Trinit) Baptist
Church's Potter's house. which
is located behind the \worship
: center at 3716 S.E.S.R. 21. '
For more information, call
Alice Watts at (352i 475-3 162.
; and leave a message.
To' learn more about the
organization. '. isit
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all the maladies and
miseries that ever beset
mankind.
-Thomas Carlyle


55 and up, and $10 for children
12 and under. Sunday ticket
prices are $18, $13 and $10
A coupon good for $2 off
any ticket will be available in
the LRCT ad running in the
Bradford County Telegraph and
Lake Region Monitor oh
March'16. .
Dinner begins at 6 p.m. on
Friday and Saturdays, ith the.
show following at 7:30 p.m.
On Sunday, hors d'oeuvres
will be served beginning at 6
p.m.
Advanced ticket : sales are
preferred. Ticket sales start
Thursday, March 2, at. the
LRCT box office at 218 S.
Walnut St. in Starke. Box
office hours- are 5-8 p.m. on,
Tuesday and 'Thursday
evenings. For other times ..or
locations, please call the box.
office at (352) 226-4082, or
call Karyn Merritt at (352)
215-2422. She can be reached
by r e-mail at
stelnet( 'ailantic.net.
The Lake Region
Community Theatre is a
nonprofit corporation dedicated


BY AMENDING SECTION 4.10.5, ENTITLED SPECIAL EXCEPTIONS, IN
RESIDENTIAL, MOBILE HOME (RMH) ZONING DISTRICTS, ADDING EQUINE
ACTIVITIES AND RELATED FACILITIES; PROVIDING SEVERABILITY; REPEALING
ALL ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT; AND PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
The public hearings may be continued to one or more future datps. 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.
At the aforementioned' public hearings, all interested persons may appear and be heard
with respect to the amendments on the date, time.and place as referenced above.
Copies of the amendments are available for public inspection at the Office of the Director
of Planning, Zoning and Building, located at 945 North Temple Avenue, North Wing,
Starke, Florida, during regular business hours.
A!' persons are advised that, if they decide to appeal any decision made at the public
hearings, they will need a record of the proceedings and, for such purpose, they may
need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made, which record includes
the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based.


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NOTICE OF ZONING CHANGE
The Board of County Commissioners of Bradford County, Florida proposes to amend
the text of the Bradford County Land Development Regulations, as amended, hereinaft-
er referred to as the Land Development Regulations, within the area shown on the map
below, as follows:
S(1) LDR 05-3 an application by the Board of"County Commissioners, to amend the text
of the Land Development Regulations .by amending Section 2.1, definition of
Automobile Wrecking or Automobile Wrecking Yard by defining automobile wrecking
and automobile wrecking yard and clarifying that it does not include' temporary storage
of vehicles transported to the site by tow truck and which are awaiting repair; and by
amending Section 4.17.4, Special Exceptions, for an Industrial (I) zoning district to
require automobile wrecking or automobile wrecking yard to install an opaque fence or
wall buffer, meet minimum setbacks and 'not' be located within a Flood Zone A or AE
area.
(2) LDR 05-4 an application by the Board of County Commissioners, to amend the text
of the Land Development Regulations by amending Section 2.1 Definitions to add a
new definition of Industrial zoning district and nonconforming wrecking yard; amending
Section 2.3.5 Non-conforming Use of Structures and Premises by discontinuing the
non-conforming status of a wrecking yard if the use ceases for more than 2 years; and
adding a new Section 4.2.37 Non-conforming Wrecking Yards which establishes regu-
lations for nonconforming wrecking yards that require nonconforming wrecking yards
be enclosed by not less than a six foot opaque fence or wall, except that an existing
landscape buffer may be used in lieu of fencing, provided that 80 percent opacity is
maintained year round, wrecking yards that do not comply with fencing requirements
have one year to comply, except that the County Manager may grant a one year exten-
sion for compliance with the fencing requirements for extreme hardship cases.
(3) LDR 06-1 an application by the Board of County Commissioners, to-amend the text
of the Land Development Regulations by amending Section 4.8.4, entitled Prohibited
Uses and Structures in Residential, Single Family (RSF) zoning districts, deleting the
keeping of horses; and by amending Section 4.8.5, entitled Special Exceptions, in
Residential, Single Family (RSF) zoning districts, adding equine activities and related
facilities; and by amending Section 4.9.4, entitled Prohibited Uses and Structures, in
Residential,(Mixed) Single Family/ Mobile Home (RSF/MH) zoning districts, deleting
the keeping of horses; and by amending Section 4.9.5, entitled Special Exceptions, in
Residential,(Mixed) Single Family/ Mobile Home (RSF/MH) zoning districts, adding
equine activities and related facilities; and by amending Section 4.10.4, entitled
Prohibited Uses and Structures, in Residential, Mobile Home (RMH) zoning districts,
deleting the keeping of horses; and by amending Section 4.10.5, entitled Special
Exceptions, in Residential, Mobile Home (RMH) zoning districts, adding equine activi-
ties and related facilities.
BRADFORD COUNTY

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Public hearings concerning .the amendments will be held by the Board of County
Commissioners to consider the enactment of ordinances to adopt the amendments on
March 16, 2006 at 6:30.p.m.,-or as soon thereafter as the matters. can be heard, in
County Commission Meeting Room, County Courthouse located at 945 North Temple
'AVe\6fld, Stalke", FIdri'di.'The titles df said ordinhhances read, as follows:
AN ORDINANCE OF BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA, AMENDING, THE
BRADFORD COUNTY LAND DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS, AS AMENDED;
AMENDING SECTION 2.1, ENTITLED DEFINITIONS, BY DEFINING AUTOMOBILE
WRECKING AND AUTOMOBILE WRECKING YARD AND CLARIFYING THAT IT
DOES NOT INCLUDE TEMPORARY STORAGE OF VEHICLES TRANSPORTED TO
THE SITE BY TOW TRUCK AND WHICH ARE AWAITING REPAIR, AND AMENDING
SECTION 4.17.4, ENTITLED SPECIAL EXCEPTIONS IN AN INDUSTRIAL (I)
ZONING DISTRICT, BY REQUIRING WRECKING YARDS TO INSTALLAN OPAQUE
FENCE OR WALL BUFFER, MEET MINIMUM SETBACKS AND NOT TO BE
LOCATED WITHIN A FLOOD ZONE A OR AE AREA; PROVIDING SEVERABILITY;
REPEALING ALL ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT; AND PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE
DATE. ... .
AN ORDINANCE OF BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA, AMENDING THE
BRADFORD COUNTY LAND DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS, AS AMENDED;
AMENDING SECTION 2.1 DEFINITIONS TO ADD A NEW DEFINITION OF
INDUSTRIAL ZONING DISTRICT AND NONCONFORMING WRECKING YARD;
AMENDING SECTION 2.3.5 NON-CONFORMING USE OF STRUCTURES AND
PREMISES BY DISCONTINUING THE NON-CONFORMING STATUS OF A
WRECKING YARD IF THE USE CEASES FOR MORE THAN 2 YEARS; AND ADDING
A NEW SECTION 4.2.37 NON-CONFORMING WRECKING YARDS WHICH
ESTABLISHES REGULATIONS FOR NONCONFORMING WRECKING YARDS THAT
REQUIRE THAT NONCONFORMING WRECKING YARDS BE ENCLOSED BY NOT
LESS THAN ASIX FOOT OPAQUE FENCE OR WALL, EXCEPT THAT AN EXISTING
LANDSCAPE BUFFER MAY BE USED IN LIEU OF FENCING, PROVIDED THAT 80
PERCENT OPACITY IS MAINTAINED YEAR ROUND, AND WRECKING YARDS
THAT DO NOT COMPLY WITH FENCING REQUIREMENTS HAVE ONE YEAR TO
COMPLY, EXCEPT THAT THE COUNTY MANAGER MAY GRANT A ONE YEAR
EXTENSION FOR COMPLIANCE WITH THE FENCING REQUIREMENTS FOR
EXTREME HARDSHIP CASES; PROVIDING SEVERABILITY; REPEALING ALL
ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT; AND PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
AN ORDINANCE OF BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA, AMENDING THE
BRADFORD COUNTY LAND DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS, AS AMENDED;
AMENDING SECTION 4.8.4, ENTITLED PROHIBITED USES AND STRUCTURES IN
RESIDENTIAL, SINGLE FAMILY (RSF) ZONING DISTRICTS, DELETING THE
KEEPING OF HORSES; AND BY AMENDING SECTION 4.8.5, ENTITLED SPECIAL
EXCEPTIONS, IN RESIDENTIAL, SINGLE FAMILY (RSF) ZONING DISTRICTS,
ADDING' EQUINE ACTIVITIES AND RELATED FACILITIES; AND BY AMENDING
SECTION 4.9.4, ENTITLED PROHIBITED USES AND STRUCTURES, IN
RESIDENTIAL,(MIXED) SINGLE FAMILY/ MOBILE HOME (RSF/MH) ZONING
DISTRICTS, DELETING THE KEEPING OF HORSES; AND BY AMENDING
SECTION 4.9.5, ENTITLED SPECIAL EXCEPTIONS, IN RESIDENTIAL,(MIXED)
SINGLE FAMILY/ MOBILE HOME (RSF/MH) ZONING DISTRICTS, ADDING EQUINE
ACTIVITIES AND RELATED FACILITIES; AND BY AMENDING SECTION 4.10.4,
ENTITLED PROHIBITED USES AND STRUCTURES, IN RESIDENTIAL, MOBILE
HOME.(RMH) ZONING DISTRICTS, DELETING THE KEEPING OF HORSES; AND










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


[CRIME


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:

Lonell Bernard Gadson, 43. of
Waldo was arrested Feb. 27 by
Bradford Sgt. George Konkel
Jr. for grand theft auto and as a
habitual traffic offender.
Gadson's Oldsmobile was
stopped at 2:45 a.m. for
displaying a tag that was
registered to a Dodge, Sgt.
Konkel said. A computer check
F revealed the Oldsmobile had
been reported stolen Feb. 7 by
the Gainesville Police
Department.
S Susan Manning, 44, and
David Manning, 45, both of
Starke, were arrested Feb. 26
by'"Officer Hooper for burglary
awatrespass within a structure.

Michael Boalch, 57, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Feb. 24 by Clay deputies for
domestic battery.

Shaun Koonce. 18. of Lawte)
was arrested Feb. 22 by Starke
Officer Paul King on a writ of
attachment. He purged by
paying $730 in cash.
John Mark Horn, 3'2, of
S Keystone Heights was arrested
Feb. 21 by Clay Deputy T.W.
Roper for simple battery
domestic. Horn is charged with
: grabbing the victim's hair and
pulling her during an
argument, Deputy Roper said.

David C. Kirkland, 33, of
Starke 'was arrested Feb. 22 by
Bradford Deputy Thomas Sapp
for violation of injunction for
protection. Kirkland is charged
with sending letters, calling
and making third-party
communications with the
victim between Feb. 1 and
Feb. 22. Deputy, Sapp said.
Jeremy Luke Powell, 21, and
Dana Nicole Bacon. 18, both
of Lake Butler. were arrested
Feb. 25 by Union Deputy
George Green for battery and
contempt of court (violation oat


injunction' of protection),
Deputies responded to a callof,
a disturbance where they found,
Powell and Bacon' had been
fighting. Bacon admitted to
allowing Powell to move back
in the residence, contrary to the
protection order. Both were
transported to the county jail.


Shauntell Leshed Carter., 18,
of Starke was arrested Feb. 23
by Starke Officer Stephen
Murphy for disruption of
school function. Carer is
charged with telling a school
administrator to "shut up"
during an argument. After
being told he was suspended,
he left the building, but was
seen throwing trash on the
ground. Carter refused to pick
up the trash and created d
disturbance, Officer Murphy
said. Carter was released from
custody after a $1,000 surety
bond was posted.
John R. Addis, 28, of
Clearwater % as arrested Feb. 2 I
by Starke Officer S. E. Swain
for loitering, prowling and
disorderly intoication. A
strong odor of alcohol was
detected by the officer when he
tried to question Addis. When
asked where he lived, Addis
stated "nowhere." Addis became
very belligerent and refused to
cooperate, Officer Swain said.
Bond was set at $2.000.

Elizabeth Foster, 30, of
Starke was arrested Feb. 20 by
Officer Hooper for disorderly
intoxication. A $1,000 surety
bond was posted for her release
- from custody.

Michael Hodge, 23, of
Brooker was arrested Feb. 21
b\ Deputy Luke for violation
of probation possession of
cannabis.
Kenneth Steele, 33. of Starke
was arrested Feb. 23 by
Bradford Deputy Sheri Mann
for failure to appear domestic
battery. Bond was set at
$4,000.

William Wilson, 20, of
Starke was arrested Feb. 23 by
Bradford Deputy David
Thompson for failure to appear
petit theft. A. $2,000 surety
bond was posted for his release
from custody.


Leona Lola Shaw, 43, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Feb. 24 .by Clay Deputy T.W.
Roper for violation of
probation failure to require
school attendance with no
bond.

Jay Harvin. 43, of Keystone
Heights was arrested Feb. 24
by Clay deputies on warrants
for" cruelty to. 'animal;
confinement without food or
water.
John McClellan, 39, of
Starke was arrested Feb. 21 by"
Bradford Deputy Joseph Jones
for failure to appear disorderly
intoxication with bond set at
$5,000.
Linda Wyatt, 54, of Keystone
Heights was arrested Feb. 21
by Clay deputies on warrants
for worthless check and felony
worthless check.
Jessie Dukes, 26, of Keystone
Heights was arrested Feb. 21
by Clay deputies on warrants
for writ of attachment.

Michael Brown, 44,. of Lake
Butter was arrested GFe. 21 by
Union Deputy Mindy Good%%in
for contempt of court. He may.
purge by paying $3,890 plus
sheriffs fee. ,

Chester Harris, .53, was
arrested Feb. 22 on a 'warrant
for battery on law enforcement
officer. Harris w'as .reuhlied to"
the Department of Correctiontt
after he was first appeare!3 ,

Shawn Smith, 25 "of Lawtey
was arrested Feb. I2 by).
probation officers for violation
of probation resisting' officer
with violence. ,.

William Sanders, 22, of:,
Starke was arrested Feb. 21 by ,
probation officers for violation
of probation possession of
cocaine.

Traffic
Steve Shadd. 28. of Lake
Butler was arrested Feb. 25 by
Satt Konkel for driving under


Gary Arthur Schaupp, 57, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Feb. 26 by Trooper Jason
Barry for DUI refusal,
possession of cannabis and
possession of drug
paraphernalia. During a traffic
stop on S.R. 100, the trooper.
noticed a strong odor of .an,
alcoholic beverage. .After-
failing field testing ,'Schaupp
%\kas placed under arrest,
Trooper Barry' said. A
marijuana joint and a small bag
of marijuana were found 'in
Schaupp's clothing. Rolling
papers were also found in
Schaupp's pants pocket. He:
refused to submit to the
breathalyzer and/or urine
sample. Trooper Barry said.

Dustin David Williams, 19,
of Lake Butler v\as arrested
Feb. 18 by Union Deputy Ken
Smith for DUI, possession of
marijuana and paraphernalia.
During a traffic stop just after
midnight on S.R. 121. an
approaching southbound
vehicle forced the deputies into
a ditch and just missed their
patrol car. Deputy Smith said.
The 1990 Plymouth van,
driven by Williams was
stopped approximately 1/2
mile away. A strong odor of
alcohol was noticed on
Williams' breath and in his
vehicle. Deputy Smith said. He
admitted to drinking and had
beer in his vehicle. During a
search after his arrest,
marijuana and a pipe were
found. Williams' blood-alcohol
le\el was .14 percent.

Suzette McAlister, 47. of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Feb. 27 by Clay Deputy T.W.
Roper for DUIL possession of
cannabis and attaching tag not
assigned. NMcAlister's vehicle
was stopped at 11:53 p.m. for
displaying a tag that was
registered to an Oldsmobile.
Her speech was slurred and she
smelled strongly of an
alcoholic beverage. McAlister
was placed under arrest after she
failed testing. During a search
the deputy found a bag of a
green leafy substance and two
marijuana joints. The
substance tested positive for
marijuana, Deputy Roper said.


mph traveling southbound on
S.R. 121 at 2:05 a.m. The
deputy was unable to catch the
vehicle but later saw the
vehicle wrecked in the trees on
the east side of; the' roadway.
The driver and a passenger,
who both climbed from the
vehicle, smelled strongly of an
alcoholic beverage. After being
checked by medical personnel.
the driver was transported to
the county jail.

Steven Frazier, 33, of Starke
was arrested Feb. 20 by Sgt.
Konkel for driving while
license suspended or revoked
(DWLS). He was released from
custody after a $500 surety
bond was posted. ;

Harold Johnson, 28, of Starke
w'as arrested Feb. 21 by Starke
Officer Brown for DWLS
knowingly and possession of
marijuana. A $2,000 suret)
bond was posted for his release
from custody.

Larry Whited, 48, of Orange
Park was arrested Feb. 25 by
Lawtie Officer Johnny
Hemrnandez for DWLS
knowingly. He was released
after a $500 surety bond was
posted. ..


Maria Hanson. 42. of Lake
Butler was arrested Feb 26 b\
Bradford Deput Ca'e Moore
for DWLS. Bond was set at
$2,500.
.Jason Harden. 27, of Lawtey
was arrested Feb. 25 by Starke
Officer Shawn Brown for.
DWLS knowingly. A .$500
surety bond %%as posted for his
release from custody.
NMatthew\ Hargis,, 22, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Feb. 23 by Clay deputies for
DWLS. .
SEric .Roberson, .37, of
Gainesville was arrested Feb.
21 by Alachua Deput) Martin
on a warrant from Bradford for
violation of probation felony
DWLS.
Shawna Arnett, 27. of Starke
was arrested Feb. 21 by
Bradford Deputy Jason Clark
for failure to appear DWLS. A
$5,000 surety bond was posted
for her release from custody.
Horace Jenkins. 34, of
Alachua was arrested Feb. 2 I
by Alachua Deputy J. Monson
on a Bradford warrant for
violation of probation
trafficking in cocaine and
violation of probation felon\
DWLS with no bond.


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


Saturday car w-ash to


benefit Murphy children


BY LINDSEY KIRKLAND
Telegraph Staff Writer
A car %wash is being held this
Saturday, March 4, to benefit
the two Murphy children.
Diana and Richard, who are
still in rehabilitation after a
Jan 25 accident on S.R. 121
hospitalized them.
The event lasts from 10 a.m.
to" 3 p m. at NAPA Auto Parts.
675 S E. 6'" St.. in Lake Butler.
Cars %will be washed for a
donation, and all money, will
go toward helping the Murphy
family.
Loni Lilliston, a second
cousin to Miranda Finn and
Ashle. Keen who were killed
in the accident, said the e\ent


is being held by Fellowship
Baptist Church's youth group
of Raiford.
All of the Mann children
went to this church and were
actie 'in the youth group.
Lilliston said the children at
the church %wanted to do
something for those who had
suffered injuries in the
accident.
The Murphy s hale been
released from Shands
University of Florida's
Children's Hospital. said a
Shands media representative.
A family friend said the
children are now expected to
undergo an extensive recovery
at a rehabilitation center in
Gainesville.


Mitchell and Libby Seals wait for the start of
the poker run. The Seals, Bill Counts
(background) and Chris Hardy (not pictured)
came from Palatka to participate because they
said they thought it was a good cause. "It
could have been any of us," said Libby Seals.


Two poker runs
raise more than
$4,000 for
accident families
On Saturday, Feb. 18, the -
Lake Butler VF\V Post 10082 ..
held a poker.run to benefit the
Murphy children.
Event.organizers said they
raised approximately $1,900.
The winner of the 50/50 .
contest donated all of his
winnings back to the family.
In another poker run held
last Saturday, Feb. 25, more
than $2,200 was raised for the .,
Mann and Scott families, "
whose children died in the
accident.
The event started at .
Timbuktu in .Starke where "A4.:?'
dozens- of motorcyclists
showed up to raise money. It
continued to .Gainesville's' .
Round Bar, the Alachua Sports
Club, the Santa Fe Lounge, Todd Anderson, who n
Lake Butler's Double Deuce, leave the bar Feb. 25
and ended back at Timbuktu .*-, '" steifanelli is pictured r
By the end, approximately .
100 bikers had joined the-,n
cause. ,
Bar managers Todd and BCyouth
Vickie Anderson organized the BC y uth are
event with owners Randy and... f
Mary Anne Everett.- ,, ... aring up for
Randy Everett said it was a .. fair
worthy cause, and that is whyi ...Up'COm ing fair
Timbuktu's staff decided to doicr, rBradford County 4-H and
what they could. to contribute RFA members are hard at work
to the Mann and Scott families, with their animal projects for
thte 2006 Bradford County
*,,* : Fair, which is scheduled for
,,.iiM arch 17-26.


We are all sculptors and
painters, and our material
is our own flesh and blood
and bones. Any nobleness
begins at once to refine a
man's features, and any
meanness or sensuality to;
imbrute them.
-Henry David Thoreau


manages Timbuktu with his wife Vickie, prepares to
on a Mann/Scott family benefit poker run. Al .,.'
right behind Anderson on his motorcycle.


and auction.
Other youth events during
the fair are the youth
strawberry pie-baking contest
(open to any youth 5-18), the
4-H table-setting contest and
the Fashions at the Fair fashion
show on Saturday, March 18.
On Friday, March 24, FFA
and 4-H members from
Bradford and surrounding
counties will test their iudging


:.., This year the barn will be and selection skills by
full of cattle, hogs. rabbits, competing in the youth
poultry of all variety and goats. livestock judging contest, and
The youth goat show on carcass contest.
J 'Saturday, March 18, kicks off Those young and old can
, .i the animal shows for the week. enter the horticulture, "Ag"
On Tuesday, March 21, you products, home division, and
will find youth exhibitors the arts and crafts divisions.
showing their hogs, followed Residents can show off their
by the steer show Wednesday, prize-winning plants,
March 22, and the breed vegetables, sewing,
animal show Thursday, March needlework, canned goods,
23. photography and baked
FFA and 4-H members will products.
be back in the sale ring Friday, Items in these divisions will
March 24, for the swine sale be accepted 9 a.m.-7 p.m. on
and auction, and Saturday., Thursday, March 16, only.
M. arcfi 25, for the steer sale ..Each enry willreceive a


ribbon and premium money. If
you have a green thumb, like
to bake, or are creative, this is
a greal way to show off your
items.
For more information on
these events and contests,
please contact the Bradford
County Extension Office at
(904) 966-6224.
The University of
Florida/IFAS and, Bradford
County Cooperatiie Extension
Service provides educational
information and other services
to individuals without regard
to sex, race, color, age,
disability or nationalotigin.


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BHS '76

grads are

planning a

reunion
The Bradford High School
class of 1976 is planning its
30th reunion.
A planning-meeting has been
scheduled for Tuesday, March
7, 7 p.m., at Western Steer
Steak House in Starke.
An Email address has been
established for anyone who
wants to correspond with the
group. It is bhsreunion
1976@yahoo.com or call (904)
964-8923 or (904) 964-7405.


Still time to

sign up for'

outdoors

woman

workshop
The Florida Fish and,
Wildlife Conservation
Commission (FWC) still has
openings for its Tallahassee
Becoming an Outdoors Woman
(BOW) workshop for women
who want to spend a weekend
learning -a variety of outdoor


activities.
The three-day workshop
takes place March 10-12 at
Camp Wallwood on the
:Gadsden County side of Lake
_Talquin. The program begins
-Friday at 11 a.m. andends
Sunday with lunch. a
Although designed with-
women in mind, the workshop
is open to everyone 18 and
older who %%ants to improve
their outdoor skills and enjoy a
few recreational activities. In
four, three-and-one-half-hour
sessions, the workshop teaches
skills associated with hunting, .
fishing and other forms of
outdoor recreation, at all levels
of physical activity .
The BOW Program offers a
fun and supportive atmosphere
for participants wishing to try
new things and erijoy Athe
camaraderie of others who want
to learn about Florida's great,
outdoors.
The cost for the program is
$150. and there are a few
discounted slots available for
low-income participants, single
parents and college students.
The workshop is restricted to
100 participants on a first-
come, first-served basis. ,
For more information on the
BOW workshop and how you
can register, visit
MyFWC.com/BOW or call
(850) 413-0085.


Hicks and Halbert are Master Masons


The "Friendly" 10th Masonic District met at Lake Butler Lodge No. 52 F. & A.
M. for a Master Mason degree ceremony on Feb. 15. William Lee Hicks and
Leroy Robert Halbert Jr. were raised to the sublime degree of Master Mason.
Pictured are (front, I-r) Hicks and Halbert, (second row) George Barber, Coy,
Pacetti, Jeff Wood, Gary Ranard, William Gaskins, Tom Adams, Steve Godwin,
(third row) Ted Barber, Bruce Kirby, Colin Coody, Bob Andrews, Stan Harvey
and Leaman Alvarez.
: .


6a4d%~7~444


The Van Wagenen family of
Brooker would like to thank the
entirecommunity for the kindness
shown to us during this past week
after the Winn-Dixie Pharmacy
incident.
We are overwhelmed with the
kindheartedness of all of you, the
prayers, flowers, cards and phone
calls.
There are so many people to thahk
- we certainly don't want to leave
anyone off thte lisi, bint we are :
cspec/it ilhankTil or the quick,
unselfish help of.ered by Karen
Jones the correctional officer who
assisted \atn until the rescue came),
the Starke Police Department and
the Bradford County EMS.
Special thanks to Tommy Jackson,
Anna and the entire Winn-Dixie
family
This-trying time has been gentle
reminder of the goodness of people.
- This trying tine has been a
gentle reminder of how important
e are 10to each other- BY the
grace of God, our family is
enio\itig ithe sunshine today.
The Van Wagenen Family.

If you have always done it
that way, it is probably
wrong.
-Charles Kettering


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preference, limitation or
discrimination based on
race, color, religion, sex
or national origin, or an
intention to make any
such preference, limita-
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hereby informed that all
dwellings advertised in.
this newspaper are avail-
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tunity basis. To complain
of discrimination, call
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669-9777, the toll-free
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ther inlormatlion call


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OVER THE PHONE.
Deadline is Tuesday at
12 noon prior to that
.Thursday's publication.'
Minimum charge is $8.00
for the first 20 words,
then 20 cents per word
thereafter.
41 Auctions
AUCTION EVERY Thurs-
day & Saturday night, at
6551 NW CR 225,
Starke. Starts 7:00pm.
Will take new and used
items for consignment,
sold 1 piece at a time
ABMO 0001542, AUMO
0001153:
42 Motor
Vechicles
1991 CHEVY CAPRICE
85,000 mile, excellent
condition, 305 chevy'
block & transmission.
$1800, call 352-235-
6715.
1999 DODGE DURANGO
SLT 5.2 liter. 1 owner,
well maintained, 108k,
leather Interior, power
,. ,ev,ejytirg, cod,A/G,i fip,.
down T.V. screen, DVD
hook ups, 3rd row seat-
ing; $7,900. Call 352-
473-9169 or 352-478-
9170.
1990 FORD ECONOLINE
Runs good, needs AC
and windshield fixed. 4
Swivel seats with cargo
area. $625, call 904-796-
0761 before 3pm.
1992 LEXUS LS400,
white, V8, 4 door, cold
ac, new tires and battery,
high miles (227K), blue
book $7100, today only
$4955. Call 904-964-
4111.
88 MAZDA EXT CAB,
pickup, 5 spd, cold ac,
but runs great,
$1995.1995 Mazda
B2300, 5sp, cold ac,
banged up, runs good
$1995. Also 94 Chevy
Lumina Van, cold ac,
needs transmission
work, runs $655. Call
904-964-4111.
47 Commercial
Property
OFFICE SPACE for rent
$350 to $650, 300 sq ft
to 750 sq ft. Townsend
House Business Center,
Lake Butler. Call 386-
496-1878.
FOR LEASE OR sale. Ideal
location.2 parcels 2800


Worthington Springs Area
Small Pond
r 11JI IJ lIh 4 V V
$50,000 & up
Call Maggie
386-496-2020
or 386-496-1969


SQFT building with of-
fice, barn, mini ,storage,,
5 acres, offlof Souln 301
Also 8 acres, partially
cleared Both lots 3/1 0th
of a mile from new
Walmart. Gall 904-964-.
3827 for more informa-
tion. '
COMMERCIAL/ RETAIL
space by Starke Post
Office for rent or lease.
For more information
lease call 904-964-
6305 and ask for John.
DOWNTOWN STARKE
professional offices for
rent. Conference room,
kitchen, utilities a&d more
provided. Call 904-964-
2616.
1 PROFESSIONAL OF-
SFICE space adjacent to
the court house, $30012,
x 13'6". Call 904-964-
4111.
48 Homes for
'Sale
'FOR-,9 'or LellW)uy.
3BR/20AA DW,,orll 5
ace.s ",SW, .35th.,,SI.
Worthington Springs.
/ Call 386-466-1104.
2BR/1BA 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.
BRAND NEW home 3BR/
2BA open floor plan, oak


cabinets, many up
grades, 2 car garage.
great location, walk to
Keystone schools and
town. $189,900. Call
352-415-62Q0.
CLAya CUNTY HOME for
sale in.Big.Tree. Key-
Sslone Heights, 2 Br/2BA,
1,444 sq ft., AC/Hta area.
i screened porch, de-
tached adunl, building,
1.2, acre 'with beaullful
Soak trees;,tecently re-
Smodeled and ready to
move In.4$148,000. Call
352-235-0248,352-235-
1506, or 352-473-4260.
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.


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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) 96.4-7133 1
Voc TTY Access oo00-545-133. Ext. 38E 1sr


,HOUSES, nice
Can close in
hours. 352-251
webuyjunky'
houses.com.
INVESTOR SPEC
torian home
(Business or Re
lot, 2 story, nee
plete renovation
home.Reduce
$65,5001 Call
4111.
49 Mobile
Homes foi
1996 DWMH H
Merit. 3BR/2BA
DW, washer
front porch & A
clean,, must
$27,500OBO.
494-0124.
1996 DWMH H
Merrit 3BR/2BA
DW, washer
front porch & /
clean, must
$27,500OB00.
44- ',ECor 9
--6116t "-,'",
KEYSTONE H
nice 3BR/2BA
roof. siding, |
fenced. qule
$59,900 call 3
9384.
3BR/2.5BA DWI
w/ 3 plus acre
ham, (30
Galnesville, 1
Starke). Fence
gates, 2 pastui
the kids and t


JUNKY Horses welcome. Well
onestoo. kept, great staner home
under 72 large back aeck. 31al elec-
8-0865 or Inc appliances included
$85 000. call 352-625
IALc- 6926 or visit
IALIVIc- vfoustl @wm.
on B-2 connect.com
residential) 2001 32 x 60 3BR/2BA on
eds corn- 1 acre, on CR 325, corn-
n. Starke pletely remodeled, front
ed to & backporch, landscape,
904-964- ceiling fans, new carpet,
$109,500. Call 352-468-
3221
r Sale 1999 16 x 860 3BR/2BA on
Iames of 1.5 acres, in Keystone
iomes of Heights, wooded lot,
A24 X 52, fenced yard, deck, stove,
& dryer, refrigerator, $53,500.
A/C. Very. Call 352-468-3221.
move, HILLIARD/NEW Jacobsen
Call 352- 32 x 48:3BRP2BA, set up
on 2 acres with well, sep-
-omes of tic & power pole in-
24 X 52, eluded, $734 per month.
& dryer, Call 904-548-1480.
A/C. Very 8 BRAND NEW HOMES
move. just bought ouI Double J
call b652- .,Mobile.Home dealership
904-64- L 7JuS.l .th
AlA We ate seilmng oul
EIGHTS ail exisling inventory at
DW, new
DW. new huge disCOunisl Call
porches. 904-548-1480 or come
t area by 850712 HWY 17 In
352-475- Yulee.
H ,1996 50 For Rent


s in Gra-
min to
5 min to
id with 2
res, bring
the pets.


3BR/2BA DW LARGE lot,
Keystone Heights area,
no pets, nice yard. $450
per month, $450 deposit.
Call 352-478-2697.


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SMALL OLDER 2BR/1BA
-louse wiTh office CH/A.
near FSP, 4 acres
fenced, (bring horses)
storage building. Small
open barn, appliances.
$530 per monthwith dis-
count for early payment.
Lease, deposit, credit
check & riding mower
required. Call 904-259-
4126.
FOR RENT Country setting
of SR241.3BR/2BA DW,
CH/A, porches, barn on
'4.5 acres. $575 per
month plus $250 secu-
rity. Call 386-496-2276 or
386-496-3351 nights.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
3BR/1.5BA WD hook-
ups, stove, refrigerator,
paved street. 470 Dove
St, $695. Deposit $600.
No Pets. Call 352-475-
5533 or 352-745-0690_.


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our 4th Generation."

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2BR/1BA great location,
walk to Keystohe schools
and town. $650 per
month. Call 352-475-
6260.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS for
rent, 3BR/2BA brick
home, 2 car garage on
cul de sac. In town, $900
month rent, $900 secu-
rity deposit. Call 904-
214-9448 or 904-626-
0874,
3BR/2BA 430 Nightingale
$750 per montn, $775
deposit Call 352-473-
8055
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.


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MOBILE HOME FOR rent
in Ranlord. DW 3BR.,
1.5BA, nice location
$450 per monin Irsi &
lasI Call 386-431-1989
FURNISHED 3BR,2BA'
DW on 2 acres len.:ed
back yara, screened in
porch, 5 miles from
downtown Starke $600
per month. si lasi plus
deposit required. no in.
sioe pets Call 904-629-
04.34.
NEWLY REMODELED up.
*sairs apanmeni in down'
lown Slarke 2/BR CHi
A $450 monn 1s la1351
'. and security deposii
.Call Joan at 904964-
4303
RENT-TO.OWN Brand
new construction esle
Duill home. 3BR,26A
large wooaed 2.'3 acre
lot, Keystoicne Heiqnts
area $1995 d0OWn Call
3 5 2- 6 9 2 -4,3 4 3
www.newhouse411 .com.
WATERFRONT, BRAND
NEW, 3BR12BA 2150 sq
ht sle built home ron 2'3
acre wiln paved roads.
$154.900 Call 352-692:
4343 inlormalor, a'ail-
,able -. at wsiw new
nouse411 corn
FURNISHED ROOMS
FOR RENTJ ,'COM-
PLETE win Cri'!A cable
provided.'8aunlies paial
Central location, 10'%,
Sd.sCOuiLp,- Ili[i months
rent for ,enior ttizens
Rooms within pnvate batir
$105 $115 .'wk Room
wvthoplA T. ,Laun-
- dry talt esavailble
CioSe to, churches
stores, dowrniown shop.
ping, theatre and more'
See Manager at Ine
Magn'oha Holel. across
from'e&'Vari,.Post e1-
(ice 904.96?-4303
} WE HAyE 2OR oearoom
MH, clean, close to
prison Call 352-468-
1323
SOUTHERN .VILLAS OF
Starke Apts Looking for
applicants 1& 2 BR HC
S& non HC apanments
Centrui ac/neat ,:,n site
S laundry, playground., pr-
vale and quiet almo-
spnere Located on
SR16. 1001 Soulhern
Villas Drive, SlarKe, Fl or
call904-964-7295. TDD'
TTY 711 Equal Housing
Opporluntry
-FOR RENT- 2 & 3BR
homes., newly renovated
Deposil required Can
386-496-3067, 678-438
6828 or 678438.2865.
tor more information
FOR RENT, 14x70 mobile
home, 2BR'2BA, A/C
heal $550 per monin A
secunry deposit plus fIrsl
and last months rent is
required. Call 904-964-
8431 or 352-745-1189


2BR'iBA SWMH partially
lumished $410/mth plus
security and utilities.
Lake Geneva MH Park,
Under new ownership
Keystone Heights SR
100. Must have good
rental history. Call Rick
352-473-3569.
2BR/1BA FOR RENT, CH/
A, $550 per month, good
condition, no pets, first &
last plus deposit, lease.
Call 904-964-4111.
,LARGE CLEAN FUR-
NISHED efficiency on
Bedford Lake, no pets,
reference required. $550
per month plus deposit,
includes ulii,hes!.'cable
Cal 352 473-7769
LARGE OFFICE (40 of.
fices) Downtown Ideal
for several persons 10to
occupy $500 per monln
with 1 year lease Call
904.964.6305
FOR RENT OFFICE
space, by post ohice,
downtown, good loca-
tion, $400 per monin
Call 904-964-6305.
52 Animals and:
Pets.
YELLOW LAB PUPPIES
$400 'each. AKC regis-
tered & health certificate.
Very sweet, & love kids.
Born Cnnsmas Eve Call
352-478-1188.
COCKATIEL FOR SALE
$45. Call Bill at 904-368-
0527.
HELP SAVE DOMINIC, a
chocolate Lab mix, at the
Alacnua County Animal
Shelter I will pay all lees
for hm 10to oe adopted into
a good home Call 352-
373-6774.
53 Starke Yard
Sales
YARD SALE MULTi family
S8am Io 3pm Friday &
Sat 6100 Kingsley Lake
Drive, Kingsley Lake
LAWTEY YARD SALE Fri
& Sat, 8am to 2pm, cor-
ner of Adams & Grove,
across from First Baptist
Church.
YARD SALE Sat March
4th, 9am to 1pm. Baby
stuff ana a lol more. 635
N Cnurcr. SIreet
LARGEYARD'SALE 2660
Lake St. Lawtey, cross
tracks'at red light then
turn right.
FRI & SAT 8am until ?
1400 Raiford Rd (SR 16)
:toward prison, look for
signs; .
iNSIDE YARD SALE Rain
or shine Thurs & Fri
8am to 5pm Cut glass.
panem glass, old english
dishes german doll
original box 1431 US
HWN' 301 N. Phone -
904-289-9551.
YARD SALE Fri & Sat,
8am to 2pm rain or


shine. 1023 Southgate
Dr. Movies, yarrequip-
ment, lots of procelain
dolls.
YARD/MOVING SALE Sat
only 16 west 4.5 to 5
miles. to 200tirSt. follow
signs Furniture, stove,
trampoline. clothes
baby inems & more
YARD SALE Fn & Sat.
March 3 & 4, 8am 10to ?
904 Railord Rd
(HWY16 in Starke).
Sectional sola. 2 Cock-
atleis plus cage $100,
video tapes, commercial
fryer. baby items
MOVING SALE SAT 8am
to 3pm CR221 southo1'
Hampton Elemenlary
Tools. bicycles, cook-
ware, gliders, furniture.
clones bookshelves.
videos, and much more
53 B Keystone
Yard Sales
TWO FAMILY yard sale
Sat 8:30am to 2:00pm.
Silver Lake off 21 B. 891
SE 53rd ST. Oak tables,
Kiln molds, A/C, crafts,
kitchen stuff Junk to,
treasures Rain orshine.
53 C Lake
Butter Yard
Sales
ESTATE & 3 FAMILY yard
sale. Railord, Comer of
121 & 16, yellow house.
Sat March 4th, 7am to.?
everything must go.
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.
57 For Sale
- VERY LARGE fresh or sail
water fish tarlk with tall


wrought iron stand and
accessones, $350. King
size bed with head-
boara $350 Tool box for
large truck, $50

Packard Bell computer/
Intel Inside Pentium,
$100 Swimming pool,
brand new cost is $550
selling for $300 Large
pictures, tapes. clothes
hospital bed and many
other items Call 904-
964-8498
36' FIFTH WHEEL trailerr,
Jayco designed, 1988.
$6.000 21' boat with
lish tinder. radar, & re-
place motor, $4000. Call
352-473-5622
MATTRESS TWIN sets
$89, full sets $129.
Queen sets $159. King
sets $189. Mattress Fac-
tory, 441 East Browniee
SI Carpets also- large
loom 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 wntlen guarantee,
free local delivery For
appointments, call 904-
964-8801.
BED-QUEEN orthopedic
Plilowtop mattress and
box Name brand, new in
plastic, with warranty
Can deliver. Sacrifice
$140 Call 352-372-
.. 8588
BED-KING SIZE Pillowtop
mattress and boxspnng
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.


LEWIS WALKER ROOFING INC.
"AFFORDABLE QUALITY" .
al N m 0 61 N1 I IR N 061 kli^m
ROOF FREE REPAIRS
RE-ROOFS EXTENDED MOBILE HOMES
METAL SINGLES WARRANTY NEWROOFS
FLAT ROOF LICENSED TILE WOOD SHINGLES
LOW SLOPED & MAINTENANCE
GRAVEL INSURED STORM DAMAGE."
"THE BEST POSSIBLE ROOF AT THE BEST POSSIBLE PRICE"
Office: 386-497-1419
PO Box 82 Toll Free 1-866-9LW-ROOF
Ft. White, FL 32038 Fax: 386-497-1452


64 Business
Opportunities
DIABETIC BREAK-
THROUGH Millionsare
being helped Millions to
be made Call 407-332-
4422 or visit ne web site
at www sporlron biz/
care
65 Help
Wanted
HOME SUPPORT STAFF-
to work with develop-
mentally disabled indi-
viduals In group homes
in Starke. Requires High
School Diploma or GED
& Valid FL Drivers Lic w/
good driving record. $7
per hour plus benefits
EOE call 904-964-1468
or 904-964-8082
HELPER FOR WORK IN
home repair. Call 352-
475-1596. leave mes-
sage.
BASSETT SURVEYORS
land. help wanted. Expe-
rience required Call
904-626-0902 or 352-
473-4333.
LOG SCALER/ANALYST
position available. Prefer
2-year college degree
with Forestry or Busi-
ness Management. We
are an EECC, Drug free


workplace 401K, denial
& health insurance, paid
vacation, holidays. Apply.
at Gilman Building Prod-
ucts. 6640 CR 218,
Maxville. FL or fax re-
sume to (904) 289-7736
PROFESSIONAL DRIV-
ERS home everynightl
Full oenetils package
Dry bulk and flat bed
positions at Newberry
terminal. Commercial
Carners Corp Call 866-
300-8759.
ATTENDANT 40 hr wk 3-
11 shill Call Mrs. Luz at
904-284-8531. Penney
Retirement Community.
Drug Free Work Place &
EOE.
PT OFFICE MANAGER
for medical business.
Must have bookkeeping .
and billing experience.
Send resume to P.O
Box 1231, Melrose. FL
32666.
L O A D E R /
MOTORGRADER op-
eraiors needed Experi-
ence preferred Valid
Drivers License a must
Drug-free workplace
with Denefits. Apply
within Andrews Paving,
Inc. 386-462-1115.
TRUCK DRIVERS, expe-
: rience preferred. Valid


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 nutch and buffet.
Brand new still boxed
Can deliver Retail
$5800, sacrifice $1100
352-377-9846.
1998 FORKLIFT 55001bS
capacity, vonble reacn.
(21ft to 35ft) 4 by 4. 4
wheel 'drive. foam filled
tires, diesel engine, ma-
chine leveling system,
48 inch loiks, great con-
ditllon, extended war-
ranty, maintenance
records. Call Bill 352-
281-4077.
MATTRESS TWIN sets
$89, full sets $129,
Queen sets $159. King
sets $189. Mattress Fac-
tory. 441 East Brownlee
St Carpels also- large
room size pieces Save
a lot. Cash and carry.
Call Sonia at 352-473-
7173 or 904-964-3888.
MATTRESS TWVII sets
$89. full sels'$129.
Queen sets $159, King
sets $189 MeaVress Fac-
tory. 441 East Bownlee
St. Carpets also- large'
room size pieces. Save
a lot. Cash and carry.-
Call Sonia at 352-473-
7173 or 904-964-3888.
59 Personal
Services
HOUSE :'"CLEA.' ING
homes, 'bffipes? jart-
ments & dcleahots. Very
honest, very depend-
able. Call 904-504-6076.
K & Y CLEANING service
$29.95 forC st, ,hour
lobs Chrmcl J16lifnes,
business if-
experience Ironing
..1'.'lr'.


SI CAN HELP!!!?

SHardware or Software

;9I Reasonable Rates

Please call Dewitt at ?

? (904) 964-3520 ?

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Driveways Sidewalks
Slabs Footings
Decorative Concrete

Coating in many colors
Pumping & Finishing
FREE ESTIMATES
Bus: (904) 964-3827
Mobile: (904) 364-7153
1 -"1*


Former HRS Building

located in Lake Butler.

Government Built Security Locks
Keypad Entrance to back offices /
Walk-in Safe Moveable Interior Walls

GREAT FOR ANY
PROFESSIONAL BUSINESS!

Call Maggie at Butler Townhoomes
386-496-1969 (or) 954-650-7016


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Small or Large Parcels
With or Without
Homes

Call Glen Lourcey

352-4851818

Keystone Hauling &

Handyman Service, LLC


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.11ienRoto-'lllrg
.".Licensod & Insued


.BusLkg owing
.TreeTrirnmng& Removal
*Sife6CsuiUp
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- PinreBarke & Cype.%Mulch
'Fireweo~dForSale
.Rev~jtimates


Owner: Kerry Whitford



Stump Grinding
Tractor work
Debris Removal
Driveway
Repair

FULL LINE
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ECONOMY STUMP GRINDING INC

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James & Linda Dailey
Owners & Operators.
Licensed & Insured


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


,1,459 sq. ft, brqnd new home, Open floor plan. Blinds
throughout. 3BR/2BA, attached garage, paved road,
Keystone Heights.
\nc\ud\ng $139,900
\od\ Financing available with only $2,495 down.








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2,042 sq. ft. brand new home. Open floor plan. Blinds
throughout. 3BR/2BA, attached garage, paved road,
Keystone Heights.
in.g $154,900
^\nd ^Financing available with only $2,995 down.











1,134 sq ft. home, 3BR/2BA,.brand new home on 1/3 acre
lot in Keystone Heights. Open floor plan Blinds throughout.
\nc\din\ $11 2,900
\o0d\ Financing available with only $1,995 down.
INFORMATION ON HOMES AVAILABLE AT
WWW.NEWHOUSE411.COM

Quality Land Investments, Inc.

(3521692-4343


American
S re (904)964-5424 (352)473-3800
D_ ream 205N.TempleAve. 185 S.LawrenceBld.
of Northeast Florida,Inc. Starke Keystone Heights
REALTTORS.


2BR/1BA FRAME HOUSE ON CORNER
LOT IN WALDO. Central heat and air and
all appliances included. 20 minutes to
Gainesville. $69,000. MLS#284902.










1.21 ACRES IN RURALAREA, 3BR/2BA
' dose to Starke and Gainesville. Mobile home in
good condition pn high and dry, well
maintained lot. $59,900. MLS#284373.


BETTER THAN NEW! Beautful 2-story
3BR/2BA lake home recently remodeled. New
roof, laminate flooring and carpet, water
heater, appliances. $225,000. MLS#253495.


YUU vWILLLUVEi 111 SUKIJO.OUU
3BR/2BA MH on Paradise Dr. Immaculate
condition on large lot near schools and down
town. $93,000. MLS#284218.


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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 Expen-
ence preferred, Valid
drivers license a must.
DFWPwith benefits Ap-
ply witnin Andreivs Pav-
ing. Inc. Call 386-462-
1115
CAREGIVERS EXP. FT &
PT for Christian Assisted
living facility. PT3pm to
11pm & 11pm to 7am
No phone calls please.
Apply at Park of the
Palms 706 Palkns Circle,
Keystone Heights Fl.
DETAILERS NEEDED exp
a plut. Calf James at
904-226-5560
STAFF NEEDED TO work
in home and community
with disabled persons,
must have 1 year expe-
rience with disabled.
child care or elderly, in
Slarke & Keystone. High
school diploma or GED,
days and evening hours,;


available Call 904-368-
0591
'NEAL APPLIANCE SVC
HVAC prevention main-
tenance & used appli-
ances 10yearsexp Call
352-235-1704.
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.
FEMALE SOLOIST for
weddings, special
events, and funerals
Experienced local
singer Reasonable
rates Call 352-473-
9793, leave message.
CLARK FOUNDATION
REPAIRS. INC Cor-
rection of termitle & wa-
ter-damaged wood &
sills. Leveling & raising
Houses/Bldgs. Pier Re-
placement & alignment
Free Estimates: Danny
(Buddy) Clark, (904)-
284-2333 or 1-800-288-
0633
CHAIN LINK FENCE -
Free estimates Handy-
man Fence Co. owner
Tommy Reddish, 904-
964-8559
PRESSURE WASHING,
CLC home exterior
cleaning Roofs, siding,
decks. driveways, side-
walks Free estimates,
call Curtis. 904-964-
4940.
FLORIDA CREDIT UNION
has money to lend for
M.H. & land packages.
1-800-284-1144


American
^ Dream
q .o rrhKlsnaor[ n1 Ic
REA I.TORSv,
RENTALS
Professional
Property
Management
Services
Let Us Manage
Your Rentals
(904)964-5424


Bobby Campbell

Roofing, Inc.

Licensed & Insured '' "

(904) 964-8304

FREE


ESTIMATES!
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Employment opportunities available.
Call for more information.


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per hour. Call 904-966-
.2100. 1
STAFF NEEDEDTO work
inGrandon area. Taking
-care of 3 disabled adults
In home. Hours are ev-
ery other weekend 2pm
to 8pm Friday. 6am to
8pm Sat. & Sun $9 50
per hour. MusT have I
year experience with dis-
abled, child care or elad-
erly. Must pass back-
ground screening, oe
dependable and reliable.
: High school diploma or
GED. Call 904-966-
2100.
PIANO PLAYER St.Johns
Baptist Church in Lawley
is in need of a piano
player/musician. If you
can be of any help,
please call and leave a
message at the church,
904-782-1646, or call
the following telephone
* numbers 904-782-3943
& 904-964-8436 Tnank
you
HIGHLAND FIRST BAP-
TIST Churcn in Lawley
is in need of an exp PT
Secretary with Knowl-
edge on MS Office
-Hours are Monday thru
Friday, 8am to 12pm
Call 904-289-9798. for
'further information
MEAT CUTTER WANTED
FT or PT. Apply in per-
son at Lawley Super-
market.
BE PA T OF our family-
like team at Windsor
SManidr. Positions avail-
able for .CNA's on all 3
shifts. There is one po-
sition available for a
Sure RN or LPN on 11
to 7-shift. housekeeping
-ssistant position, day-


r .1,


Pressure Washing
*PalnUting
-4 Carpentry
': Home Repairs
.Tree Trimmlng
I Local Refwrces I
'Call John
.352-473-2344

FOR SALE
2 Parcels
13+'Acres in all
500 ft frontage on 301
South -only 3110 mile
from Super Walmart.
Office
2800 sq ft Building
Mini-storage and Barn
* Ideal Location *
" all(904) 964-3827 ,.'


aif erenial, oeneitss,
401K. Apply in person at
602 E Laura St., Starke
32091 or .call J.
Richardson staff oevel-
opmeni at 904-964.
3383 EEOCiDFWP
KITCHEN AIDS with new
pay rate. Interviews on
site between 9am &
5pm Weekend datferen-
tial, Insurance after 90
l. ays. denial. vision
401K Apply in person at
602 E Laira St. Starke
32091 .or call J.
Richardson staff devel-
opmenl at 904-964-
3383. EEOC/DFWP.
' EXECUTIVE CHEF
needed. Weekend dif-
lerenlial, Insurance at-
ter 90 days, dental, vi-
sion, 401 K Apply in per-
son at 602 E Laura SI.
Starke 32091 or call J.
Richardson staff devel-
opment at 904-964-
3383 EEOC/DFWP.
MAINTENANCE Insur-
ance after 90 days. den-
tal, vision, 401K. Apply in
person at 602 E Laura
St, Starke 32091 or call
J. Richardson staff de-
velopment at 904-964-
3383. EEOC/DFWP.
RN for dialysis unit, FT 30
to 40 hours, exp pre-
fened, on the job train-
ing provided. We offer an
excellent benefit pack-
age Including paid lime
off, health and dental in-
surance and 401K Ap-
ply at Starke Dialysis
Center, 444 West Madi-
son ST. 904-964-8822
CONSTRUCTION
HELPER needed- all
phases ol construction.
Must have reliable trans-
ponation & tools. Call
352-481-4390


Must have DL Must be
able to lilt over 100bs
Paid weekly. Call 904-
964-8596.
OFFICE HELP NEEDED
Bookkeeping (Quick
books), filing, answer
phones. Starke area 8
to 5 Monday- Friday. Ail
major holidays paid Sell
motivated. Paid weekly.
Call 904-964-8596
HAIR DRESSORS & NAIL
TECHS wanted for a
ousy salon. bootn rental
omnly please. Call 352-
379-9220 Tan Tnis &
more Gainesville. Hair
Dresser booth rental
$14380 per week Nail
STech $116 60 per week
WE'LL PAY YOU to go to
trade school We want
persons to age 34 to
train as electronics and
electricians technicians
Music pass written and
physical exams H.S. di-
ploma a music We will
relocate successful ap-
plicanis Dont pass up
this opportunity Call
800-342-8123


ERS, hardworking de-
pendable transportation,
shift work, holidays &
weekends. For more in-
formation call 386-462-
1016.
MAINTENANCE PER-
SON needed Welding,
machinery, and general
farm maintenance
Starting pay $9 per hour
Call 386-462-1016.
LAWN MAINTENANCE
helper FT or PT. Experi-
ence good but not re-
quired Reliable trans-
portation and honest
hard worker Job con-
sists of edging weed
eating, weeding beds.
must be willing and aole
to follow directions Call
Monday Friday. 8am to
6pm. 352-468-3639,
Leave Msg.
CO DRIVERS & O/Ops-
Regional Runs. More
nomelime 2/26- pay in-
crease Lease purchase
CDL-A w/hazmat, lyr
exp 800-299-4744.
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will be accepting appli-
cations for a Building
and Grqunds Mainle-
nance Person in the
Recreation Department
Employee will be re-
quired to perform main-
tenance on ball fields
and other City owned
recreational facilities
Accomplish general re-
pair work for the recre-
ation department and
assist in maintenance
and repair ol other City
lacililes as direclea As-
sist in performance of
recreational activities
and officiale at sporting
events as directed. Music
have skill in carpentry
work, operation and use
of standard tools and

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proper methods, prac-
tices, occupational haz-
ards and safety precau-
tions of various building
trades, ability to under-
slana and carry oul oral
and written directions.
obtain.,store, safeguard


distribute properly use
needed equipment, ma-
terial and supplies
Completion of Hign
School or GED Experi-
enced in recreational
activires is desirable
Must have a valid Florida
Drivers License. submit
to a arug test. physical


Applications can be
picked up at the
Bradford Career Center
. located at 609 North Or-
ange Street, Starke
Florida and return to the
same Applications will
De accepile through the
close ol business on Fri.
day March 10, 2006 Tnhe
Cily of Siarke is and
EOE
DELIVERY/WARE-
HOUSE career opporlu.
nily We are looking lor
dependable self moti-
valed people wrino enjoy
working in a retail deliv-
ery'warehouse position


II yUu I ave, avadliu Uriv-
ers license, can meet the
DOT driving 'require-
ments for vehicles with
GVWR greater than
10,000 Ibs but less than
26,000 Ib, are :able to
push, pull, lift and/or
carry material up to 100
IDs. please consider loin-
ming our team The posi-
tion offers competitive
compensation and ben-
efits package Apply in
person at Farmers Fur.
nituie., 835 WWalnul St.
Starke Only candidates
selected for an Interview
will be contacted EOE
SALES CONSULTANT,
Farmers Fumriure has
an immediate opening
for a part time sales con-
sultant. Great for moms.
dads. and retirees who
want flexible hours and
love working with
people. Apply in person
at Farmers Furniture,


Starke. Only candidates"
selected for an interview.
will be contacted. EOE. ,
HOME HEALTH AID.-
needed to sit with
mother Hours are 8am .
to 12 30pm 3 days a
week Call 904-966--
2144
BRADFORD TERRACE a
skilled nursing facility is -
now accepting applica-..-
ions for C.N A,'s FT &, "
PT, 3/11 & 11,7 snhills.
Apply in person alt.
Bradford Terrace, 808 S.
Colley Rd, Starke FI
32091. 904-964-6220.
DFWPiEOE.
NOW HIRING MANAG-
ERS Expenenced in res-
iaurant operations and
delivering on quality., wln
2-4 years of supervisory
experience in either a
food service or retail en- .
environment. must be able
to maintain Excellent


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We are looking for enMusiiasrc nighly maov sale and
senve orenlte Part-Trme Teiiers Posions vary up to
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We offer excellent compensation and benefits '
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____________12GOSPEL.NIGHTS

MIDNIGHT MADNESS ....,I,
Dance T 1iktsf BOTH FRIDAYS MARCH 17 & 24 Thursday 3/23
Adv lnceTicketsI 1 EARLY BIRD MADNESS 8 PM TO 1 AM $20 M

S0 Fr 1 MIDNIGHT MADNESS 9:30 PM TO 1 AM $15 & Friday 3/24
uy 10 or 10 RIDE ALL NIGHT ARMBAND $20
RE GATES OPENI AT 5 PM 2 Full Night Schedules of All Your Favorites!
BOTHGATES OPEN AT 5 PM 1

Sve $S Off Midway Price 4-H KIDS DAY AND FAMILY DAY MATINEES Snta G o p G
S(Advance tickets sold only in blocks of 10) BOTH SATURDAYS MVARCH 18 & 25 Sensational Gospel Group
SAvane te RIDE NOON TO 5 PM ARMBAND $10 Cary

Advance Arm bands FREE ADMISSION WITH PURCHASE OF ARMBAND Vo
BOTH SUNDAYS MARCH 19 & 26 Saturday 3/18
S, "S '5 M RIDE ALL DAY ARMBAND $15
Save SOff Midway Price 1 PM to 10:30PM Also...

Good for only "one" Armband Session 20 Six more nights of Entertainment!
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ALL RIDES TAKE ONE TICKET Returning Favorites "Centerline"

Advance Tickets / Armbands go on DISCOUNT COUPON- SAVE $5"" "Steel Country"

sale Monday, March 13at the Fair TUESDAY, MARCH 21 AND WEDNESDAY, MARCH 22 and.. "Elvis Tribute"
UNION COUNTY AND BRADFORD COUNTY SCHOOL NIGHTS
Office & the Chamber of Commerce : $15 WITH COUPON-. REGULAR $20 SAVE $5 WITH COUPON Newcomers "The Ghost Riders"'
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X GATES OPENS AT 5 PM tG nw
FREE Admission -7 years & under "*: en Snow a
THURSDAY, MARCH 23 The Snowmen"
4.00 Admission 8 years & up FAMILY DISCOUNTS ON THE MIDWAY n "Creature"
*GATES OPEN AT 5 PM
Presented by the Bradford County Fair Association US Highway 301 NorthStarke, FL
& Hildebrand Rides. For information call (904) 964-5252 U Highway301 North *Starke, FL


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Starke, FL
or call 904-964-3888


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SMITH
Continued Jrom p. 1B

"'I knew I could win and
wiinted to make a difference
Smith said.
Smith told the audience ih
he feels he has a good shot
win because no matter who tl
opponent is. he has %what
takes.
"l'\e gone up against son
pell-funded Republica
opponents, but because
stayed on the issues. I mad
opponents uncomfortable ar
won," Smith said.
Smith said he was confide
he-could win in North Floric
because of the others .
"People in this area don
care if you're Democrat .:
Republican," Smith said. "the
vote for you because of wh
you are." _
Smith said if elected one c
his first priorities would be t
put the state's education.
system back on the right track
"Florida is 49th among al
.states in many of its test score
of all college-bound seniors,
Smith said. "'As governor. .I'
make sure we did mucd
better."
'He said he was also in favo
of raising teachers' salaries.'.
"Florida is also 49" when i
comes to what we pay ou


teachers,": Smith said, ."As
governor I'd see to it that our
teachers are paid like, the
professionals they are and that
we expect them' to be."
I He said he felt the current
;," administration had the slate's
schools headed in. the wrong


direction.
"I believe this governor 'and
this administration forgot the
purpose of public schools,"'
Smith said. "It's not to prepare
the students for a test one week
out of the year, it's to prepare
you to be successful in life."


od o,(1,106 nEMCDCRAT FOR (iovrHP.
AM


James Redmond. can be
reached at (386) 496-2261 or
trctimes@alltel.net


Thomas' work appreciated


Smith told the audience he
kne'i he had a long road ahead
of him.
"I knew that this would be a
tough road," Smith said. "Had
I known how tough it would be
I might never have gotten into
the race.
Smith thanked former Union
County Sheriff John
Whitehead for getting him into
the political arena.
"One day (former) Alachua
County Sheriff Lou Hendry
walked into my office one da.
and said, 'We decided to get a
change.' I said, 'Who's we?"
He said, 'Me and John
Whitehead. We talked about it
--and-you'-e-going4e-be OK-.'-
Smith said he asked Hendry
to let him think about it, but
the next day in the Gainesville
Sun there was a story saying
he.would be running.
"And ihat's the way John
Whitehead works," Smith said.
Whitehead attended the
gathering and Smith addressed
him.
"'You'll always be the sheriff
of Union County ,to me,"
Smith said..."It's- wonderful
what you and your sons have
done." .
Smith ended his speech by"
thanking everyone for their
support.


B LL A A S. HE R -E ''FS A K TH~AE RtIGHT VWAY THt. RIGHT CAR


IE'" PA' YMENTY(


Newfoundland and
Labrador are on
Newfoundland time,
which is one-half hour
ahead of Atlantic time
in eastern Canada and
1-1/2 hours ahead of
Eastern time.-



VOTE
Continued from p. 4B

candidate should be willing to
and work well with others
having no personal agendas.
There has to be a reason you
moved here. Is that being
protected? Are long range goals
and solutions to existing
problems being sought? Or, are
the. .decisions made at the
monthly meeting only adding
to the problems to' be solved
later. Look for what you would
do if you, were sitting 6n. the
firing line.
Wanda Vaughn Lourcey
Keystone Heights


KIDS
Continued from p. 4B

to house the stray animals of
the county.
Now to add insult to injury'
the YMCA would like to snap
up the money that the city
manager is trying to secure for.
a new recreation building at
Edwards Road and build
themselves a nice new building
at taxpayers expense.
I am an animal lover. I have
three dogs at home and two of
them came from the pound. I
am proud that people are taking
such an interest in our stray
animal population. I also work
part time at the recreation
department and I see first hand
the wonderful things that they
do for the children of Bradford
County and I Wonder, "Where
is their support?"
Debra W. Forsgren
Lawtey


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Annual health fair owes its existence to local woman


BY MARCIA MILLER
Telegraph Staff Iriter
When Lillian Stump donated
$100,000 to the Shands Starke
Hospital AuxiliarN several
ears ago, she did so on the-
condition that proceeds from
the funds would be used to
pro, ide annual healthcare
projects that would benefit the
community
One of the primary projects
funded by portions of that
major donation is the annual
Lillian Stump Community
Health Fair, which %%ill form a
keynote of the golden
anniversary being celebrated by
the hospital this week
The health fair nill take
place on Friday. March 3, from
8-11 a.m. in the atrium at
Shands Starke. Free health
screenings, including blood
pressure, bone density,
cholesterol, pulmonary
function and much more, will
be available free of charge to
anyone who wishes to attend.
Drop in at any time during the
health fair and take advantage
of the ser, ices offered.
Many of the doctors and
specialists ho pro% ide
ser ices to local patients will
plso be in attendance.
On Thursday, March 2,
Shands Starke \\ill also host a
501n anni'ersars birthday
celebration from 5-7 p.m. in
the atrium. A number of
recognition and awards will be
presented Refreshments and
birthday cake % ill be available
for everyone who attends.
Special speakers %will talk
briefly and attendees can stroll
through hospital history with a
special Walk Through Time
display.
The ensure community Is
ignited to participate in both-of
these special events.
Stump long-time
benefactor to
hospital, community
. Siump' has worn the
trademark pink smock sported
.by the Shands Starke Hospital
Auxiliary for many years, but
her commitment to healthcare
and the community began even
before she became a "phnk
lady,"
Stump "was born in Bradford
County in 1919 and graduated
from Bradford High School in
1938. She receive ed her nursing
degree from Orange General
Hospital School of Nursing in
1942, just in time to be of
ser ice to her country during
World War II
She joined the Army
Nursing Corps in 1943 and
spent three \ears in Europe in
England. France. Belgium,
Holland and German). Stump
was among the corps of nurses
who landed on the beaches of
Normandy on D-Da\, in order
to serve the soldiers % ho had
fallen in the conflict.
After returning to Starke.
she managed the family
business. Stump's Department
Store, for man\ years. and the
store prospered under her
guidance.
Stump often chose
nontraditional roles for herself.
She "ore a military uniform in
wartime, in spite of being the
daughter of a well-to-do family
at a time in history n hen most
women were staying home to
raise families.
She then became a
businessperson and %worked
full-4me. beginning in the 50s
when'the "leate It to Beaver"
stereotype female seemed more
the norm
Her drite for success and
accomplishment extended far
beyond herself, however. She
wanted e ers community
group, she w as associated with
to be successful as well, and if
Stump was intol'ed, it
usually as.
Her humanitariarr.'pirit and
willingness to work even
harder for a profit that was for
the good of the community
than she did for a profit in her
own business affairs led to an
impress e list of
accomplishments
Stump was the major donor
for the educational complex on
Pratt Street [hat bears her
name. She \"as the major
donor w ho made the historic
renovation of the Starke
Woman's Club possible. She
was a major donor in the effort
to help endot the college
scholarships offered b\ the
Shands Starke Auxiliar\ each


year, and in funding projects
by the auxiliary that benefit
patients and staff at the
hospital.
In addition to helping to


fund the Stump Education
Center, she also played a major
role in the renovation of the
1902 courthouse that is now
the Santa Fe Community


College Andrews Center and
the historic building that
became the SFCC Cultural
Building.
From church activities at the


First Presbyterian Church of
Starke to supporting the
Bradford County Public
Library to being active in the
BHS Alumni Association-if


an organization seems to
benefit the community, you
can count on Stump being

See STUMP, p. 7C


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60 play in Kiwanis fund-raising poker tournament

BY CLIFF SMELLEY 1, .. I


It was no bluff.
Jim Womack of Starke won
the Kiwanis Club of Starke's
inaugural Texas Hold 'Em
poker tournament, then
surprised club members: by
donating his winnings back to
the club.
Club member Steve
Denmark said the club was not
expecting much of a profit
from this tournament since
money had to be invested in
purchasing poker tables, chips,
cards, food, etc. However,
Womack's prize for first place,
valued at $600, brought the net
profit to approximately $800.
.'That was an extremely nice
gesture." Denmark said,
adding that Womack requested
the money be used toward the
club's Santa Fe Community
College scholarship fund.
In al.l, 60 turned out to play
in the tournament, which was
held.Feb. 24 at the Starke Golf
and Country Club. Prizes with
a cash value of $345, $195,
$150, $120 and $90 were
awarded to those who finished
second through sixth. Those.
individuals, in order, were:
John-John Crawford, Ron
Denmark, Warren Carver,
Koby Adams and Charlie
Baker.
The $50 entry fee provided'


A group of players enjoy themselves during the Kiwanis Club of Starke Texas
Hold 'Em poker tournament Feb. 24 at the Starke Golf and Country Club. Pictured
clockwise from top left are: Bill Brown, Richard Gaines, John-John Crawford, Jai
Patel, James Rogers and Starke Kiwanis member Steve Denmark, who served as
a dealer.


each participant a certain
number of chips to play with.,
Players continued to play until
ihey ran out of chips. Denmark
said players could hot purchase,
more chips, which some other


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Half of the money raised b.
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$50 entr, fee, went toward
player prizes, while the other
half went to the Kiwanis Club
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projects and Santa Fe-
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"To me, it \was a magical
night'," Denmark said.
"Everybody had a good time."
Denmark said the idea to
hold such a tournament 'as a
fundraiser came from fellow
Kiwanis member Carver, but
the club also got a big assist
from the Ki\\anis Club of Lake
City.. '. :
The Lake City club holds
two or three such tournaments
a year. Club member Dennis
Smith invited Denmark .to
Lake City to attend a dealer
training session..
"I was really overwhelmed
at that point," Denmark said.
"Dealing is quite
complicated." ..
Denmark and, three other
St a rk e Kiwanis
members-Judy 'Becker,
herl Canova and Terry
i the tournament. They were


joined by eight dealers from.
the Lake Cit Club. while
Smith acted as the "floor
boss "
The" Lake Cift club
members did not lea'e Starke
until approximately 11:30
p m.-and they had their own
tournament to run the
.following day at 9 a.m.
"It was really nice of them
to come over and help us."
Denmark said.
Denmark said he also
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BHS softball
team wins
seventh ga8me:
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Kasey Barrett recorded 10-
plus strikeouts for the fourth
time this season and Katie,
Sanford drove in three runs as
the Bradford softball: team
defeated visiting Bishop Verot
+-0 on Feb. 25.
Barrett (5-1) struck out 13
and gave up just two hits as the'
Tornadoes improved to 7-2.
Sanford hit a ground ball in
the first inning that sent Nikki
Goolsby home with Bradford's
first run. Goolsby reached by
drawing a walk.'
Goolsby drew a walk to lead
off the third and she and Kelly
Riddick, who singled, scored
on a double by Sanford.
Sanford then scored on 'a
single by Jessica McClellan.
Bradford will host district_
opponents Ridgeview
Thursday; March 2, and- Santa
Fe Friday, March 3. The
Tornadoes then host Keystone
Heights Wednesday, March'8. ..
All games' are scheduled for
approximately 7 p.m.
following junior varsity games
at 5 p.m.

Earlier results:

BHS 7 P.K. Yonge 1
Chasity Whitaker hit a three-
run homer as the Tornadoes
opened their season with a 7-1
win over P.K. Yonge on Feb. 9
in Gainesville.
Whitaker finished the game
with two hits, as did Sanford,
who drove in two runs with a
single.
Barrett was the winning
pitcher. She allowed two hits
and struck out 13.


BHS 4 Interlachen 2
Riddick drove in what
would prove to be the game-
winning run in the sixth inning
as the Tornadoes rallied from a
2-0 deficit to defeat visiting
Interlachen 4-2 on Feb. 10.
:McClellan tied the -ame
when she hit a two-run single.
Riddick followed with a single
that put the Tornadoes up 3-2.
They would tack on another
run in the same inning.
Goolsby, who led off the
sixth with a double, and
McClellan each finished with
two hits. Goolsby's other hit
was a double as well.
Barrett struck out 11 and
allowed six hits in earning the
win.

BHS 5 Palatka 0
Barrett and Riddick each
had two RBI as the Tornadoes
traveled to Palatka and
defeated the Panthers 5-0 on
Feb. 16.
McClellan drove in a run as
well with a double: and
finished the game 2-for-3.
Palatka batters managed just
three hits against Barrett, who
had seven strikeouts.

Middleburg 5 BHS 1
Bradford opened District 3-
4A play with a 5-1 loss to
visiting Middleburg on Feb.
17.
Riddick provided one of the
few highlights offensively,
hitting a double that scored
Linsay Spencer. Spencer was a
courtesy runner for McClellan,
who reached on a single.

BHS 4 Fleming 1st. 1
Bradford scored three runs
in the ninth inning to defeat
Fleming -Island 4-1 in a
tournament at Gainesville
High School on Feb. 18.
Goolsby led off the ninth
with a single. She stole second
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Barrett scored on a sing
McClellan, who later sc
on a single by Whitaker.
McClellan and Sanford
',each 3-for-5 with a do
'McClellan's double sc
Sanford in the first inning.
Barrett and Riddick
went 2-for-5.
Riddick struck out 1
pitching a complete game.

BHS 6 0. Park 5
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double by Whitaker, defe
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Four participant last year
on Feb. 18 in the Gaines
High tournament.
Barrett, McClellan, Rid
and Jerrica-Revels each
2-for-4. Revels, Riddick
Sanford each had an
single.
The win went to Ba
who struck out seven Or
Park batters.

Suwannee 3 BHS
Barrett gave up four hits
struck out 12, but it did
prevent the Tornadoes
dropping a district game,
lost 3-1 to Suwannee on
23 in Live Oak.
Goolsby scored
Tornadoes' lone run.
reached base on a walk,
scored on a single
McClellan.

BHS 3 Baker Co.
Barrett's RBI single in
seventh led Bradford to its
district win, a 3-2 victory
Baker County on Feb. 2
Glen St. Mary.
Riddick, who tied the ]
with an RBI single, picke
the win on the mound.
gave up six hits and hai
strikeouts to improve
record to 2-1.
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KH gets easy
district win
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer


each Kasey Fagan and MaryAnne
McCall combined to allow just
2 in one hit as the Keystone
Heights softball team easily
dispatched of District 6-3A
opponent Taylor 13-0 on Feb.
24 in Pierson.
o-run Fagan, who pitched the first
heated three innings, improved to 2-0,
Final giving up one hit and striking
r, 6-5 out four. McCall allowed no
6-5sville hits in two innings and struck
sville out five.
ddick Karlyn Reddish, who was 2-
went for-3, hit two doubles and
weand drove in four runs for the
RBI Indians, who improved to 2-0
.RBI in the district and 3-1 overall.
rrett, Fagan went 2-for-2 with a
range' doubleand two RBI.
Keystone scored its first run
in the second inning when a
double by Reddish scored Dani
1 Suit, who reached on an error.
s and' The Indians then scored six
1 not runs in the third. Kim Russell
from and Michelle Houser each
who drew a walk and Donna
Feb. Wheeler singled before Russell
and Wheeler scored on a
the Pierson Taylor error on a ball
She hit by Kellie Spaulding.
then Houser and Spaulding then
by scored on Fagan's double.
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Reddish and Reddish scoring
on one by Tori Jolley.
Reddish drove in two more
runs in the fourth inning to put
the Indians up 9-0. Her single
scored Houser and Heavrin.
Noel Bartley added a double
of her own in the fifth inning
that scored three runs. Bartley
. scored on a double ,by,
Spaulding.
Keystone played Williston
Feb. 28 and will travel to play
district opponent Interlachen
Thursday, March 2, at 7 p.m.
The' Indians then host
Newberry Friday, March 3, at
4:30 p.m., and district.
opponent Crescent City
Tuesday, March 7, at 7 p.m.
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the Indians travel to Starke to
play Bradford at 7 p.m.

Earlier results:

KH 3 Baldwin 2
Ashley Altman drove in two
runs to help the Indians defeat
host Baldwin 3-2 to open the
season on Feb. 14.
Altman's single scored
Rachel Rothwell in the second
inning (Rothwell was a
courtesy runner for Fagan,
who drew a walk).
In the fourth, Altman's bunt
allowed Dani Suit. who'
walked, to score.
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double. ": '": .' :'
Fagan pitched a complete
game, allowing seven hils and.
striking out three.

Trinity 6 KH 5
Keystone did not help itself
defensively, as errors
contributed to the Indians' 6-5
,.loss to Trinity Christian in
eight innings on Feb. 16 in
Jacksonville.
Some of the offensive
highlights include Altman.
driving in two runs with a
double and Fagan driving in:
one with a single. Spaulding
also hit a double, which,
allowed her to score on
Altman's hit.

KH 11 Union Co. O
Fagan drove in four runs and
was one of three batters who
was perfect at the plate in
Keystone's 11-0 win over
visiting Union County Feb. 21.
It was a 4-for-4 performance
for Fagan, who hit an RBI
double in the first, a two RBI
single in the second and an
RBI single in the fifth.
Houser, who was 3-for-3,
and Bartley, who was 2-for-2,
each had an RBI, as did
Reddish and Spaulding.

On the mound, McCall (1-1)'
pitched four innings, striking
out six and allowing one hit.
Fagan pitched two innings,
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SHANDS STARKE 50TH ANNIVERSARY
When: Thursday, March 2
Where: 922 East Call Street


Time:


5-7 p.m.


STARKE


DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY MEETING


When:
Time:'


Adam Chalker, chairman
of the Tri-County Action
Committee, conducted
the Keystone Heights
Mayor Forum.
Candidates pictured
above are (1-r) Huntley
Redfearn, Mary Lou
Hildreth and Tony Brown.


Thursday, March 2
Noon


TOURISM PFV. COUNCIL MEETING


When:


Thursday, March 16


Time: Noon
Where: Chamber Boardroom
100 East Call St.
STARKE

BRADFORD COUNTY FAIR


When:


Where: Chamber Boardroom
100 East Call St.
STARKE

SHANDS STARKE HEALTH FAIR


When:
Time:
Where:


Friday, March 3
8-11 a.m.
Shands Starke
STARKE


LUNCH AND LEARN
When: Monday, March 6
Where: Starke Golf & CC


Time:
Sponsor:
Topic:


Noon
Bradford TDC
Update on new conference center


March 17-26


Where: Bradford County Fairgrounds

BOARD OF GOVERNORS MEETING


When:
Time:


Monday, March 23
Noon.,,-


Where: Capital City Community Room
350 N. Temple Ave.
STARKE

FRONT LINE LUNCH
When: Monday, March 27
Time: Noon
Where: Western Steer Steak House
Sponsor: Farm Credit
STARKE


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Main Street Quarterly Meeting was held in Leesburg
during its Mardi Gras Festival. Pictured at the meeting
are (1-r): Cathy Bletler, Main Street manager, Palatka;
Joan Jefferson, Florida Main Street coordinator and
Kim Skidmore, Main Street manager, Starke.


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Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Goodman


Edwards and Goodman are wed


Patricia Edwards and Gerald
Goodman were married on
Feb. 25, 2006 at Starke Church
'of God.
The bride is the daughter of
Frances Thomas of Lake
Butler.
The groom is the son of the
late Dessie L. Jackson.
The Re%. Alvin Greene per-
formed the ceremon..
Given in marriage by her
brother Marcell Lett. the bride
wore a floor length white V-
neck gown with cap sleeves.
She carried a red and white
bouquet.
Soloist was Leandrew
Pringle.
Maid of honor was Regina
Merricks with bridesmaids
Mary Goodman, Katina Kelly.
Nickeesha Merricks. Alma
Thomas. Denise Green. Sheree
Lugrand. Kishanna Strong,
Tokya Strong and Cheryl
Ishman. Junior bridesmaid was
Quaneshia Edwards.


Flower girls were Tpistin
Angel Strong. Taylor Strong
and Jasmine Thomas.
Best man was Steven
Goodman Sr. with groomsmen
Freddie Aldridge, Milton
Baker. Keith Hardley,
Courinev Kelly. Jo\antee
Aldridge, Michael McDuffie,
Anthony Hendrieths. Curtis
Thomas and Gerald Goodman
:Jr.
Ushers were Savonte
Edwards, Daquin Edwards.
Gerald Hendrieths. D'Netra
Thomas and Kierra Thomas.
Ring bearer was Deztnond
Edwards.
The bride's announcers were
Ernest Graham and Antinio
Hendrieth.
A reception followed the
ceremony at the Bradford
County Fairgrounds of Starke.
The wedding cake was creat-
ed by Lucille Vickery.
Following their wedding, the
couple will live in Starke.


Franquemont and Bell to wed
Gerald and Dale Franque-
mont of Gainesville announce
the upcoming marriage of their
daughter. Laura .. Dale
Franquemont, to Stephen
James Bell of Lake Butler. son
of Robein .Bell of Ph6enixK. ^.
.,-riz. and Debbij" Bell of Lake i
Butler. ,
The wedding is planned for
Saturday. March 11, 2006. at
10:30 a.m.. in the Florida
Orlando Temple. '
A ring ceremony and
reception %ill follow at 6 p.m.
at the Gainesville Stake Center
of the Church of Jesus Christ
of Latter Day Saints.
All friends and family are Laura Dale Franquemont
invited. and Stephen James Bell


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Edward Scott Bennett and
Alicia Colene Prescott


Prescott and

Bennett to

wed March 18
Mike and Debi Prescott of
Kingsley Lake announce the
upcoming marriage of their
daughter, Alicia Colene
Prescott, to Edward Scott
Bennett, son of John and
Debbie Bennell of
Jacksonville.
The bride-elect is a graduate
of Bradford High School. She
is currently employed at Aetna
Insurance Co. in Jackson\ ille.
The groom-elect is a
graduate of Terry Parker High
School in Jacksonville. He is
currently employed at Aetna
Insurance Co. in Jacksonville.
The %wedding is planned for
Saturday. March 18. 2006. at 2
p.m. at Fellowship Baptist
Church in Raitord.
A reception will follow in
the church fellowship hall.
All friends and family are
invited.


Clyatt and

Brannen to

wed March 11
Charles Clyatt and Jay and
Marcie Tucker of Lake Butler,
announce the upcoming
marriage of their daughter.
Candace Amanda Clyatt. to
Joe Brannen. son of Joe
Brannen of Lake Butler and
Rowanda Brannen of Orange
Park.
The bride-elect is a graduate
of Union County High School
(UCHS). She is currently
attending Santa Fe Community
College and "orks at Palim
Garden Nursing' Home. She is
a member of Sardis Baptist
Church. r
The groom-l1ecl is also a
graduate of UCHS and works
at Shands UF. He attends
Sardis Baptist Church.
The wedding will take place
at 4 p.m. on Saturday, March
11, 2006 at Sardis Baptist
Church in Worthington
SSprings.
: Family and friends are"
invited. .


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4-H Goat

Club to meet
March 13
The 4-H Goat Club will
have its final meeting on
Monday, March 13, 6:30 p.m.,
at the Bradford Fairgrounds oh
U.S. 301 N in Starke.
This will be the last meeting
before the 2006 Bradford
Youth Goat Show which is
scheduled for Saturday, March
18, at 7 p.m. 4-H youth
participating in the goat show
should plan to attend.
FFA members in Bradford
and Union counties showing
goats are also invited.
Call the Bradford County
Extension Office for more
information at (904) 966-6224.


Ellington to

celebrate 75th

birthday
Mary Alice "Meme" Griffis
Ellington will celebrate her
75th birthday on Sunday,
March 5, 2006.
Family and friends are
invited to celebrate the event
beginning at I p.m. at the
Lakeside Community Center.


Crosby family

plans reunion
The descendants of Andrew
Crosby will have a reunio' on
Saturday, March 4, at the
Bradford County Fairgrounds
in Building #1.
For information, call (904)
964-9242.


LEGALS

NOTICE-OF ENACTMENT OF
ORDINANCES
BY THE BOARD OF COUNTY
COMMISSIONERS OF
BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that an
ordinances, which titles hereinafter,


appear, will be considered for
enactment by the Board of County
Commissioners of Bradford County.
Florida. at public hearings on March
16. 2006 at 6.30 p.m., or.-s soon
thereafter as the matters can be
heard, in the County Commission
Meeting Room, County Counhouse
located at 945 North Temple Avenue,
Starke, Florida. Copies of said
ordinances may be inspected by any
member of the public at the Office of
the County Clerk, located at 945
North Temple Avenue, Starke,
Florida, during regular business
hours. On the date, time and place
first above mentioned, all interested
persons may appear and be heard
with respect to the ordinances
AN ORDINANCE OF BRADFORD
COUNTY, FLORIDA, AMENDING
THE BRADFORD COUNTY LAND
DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS,
AS AMENDED; AMENDING
SECTION 2.1, ENTITLED
DEFINITIONS, BY DEFINING
AUTOMOBILE WRECKING AND
AUTOMOBILE WRECKING YARD
AND CLARIFYING THAT IT DOES
NOT INCLUDE TEMPORARY
STORAGE OF VEHICLES
TRANSPORTED TO THE SITE BY
TOW TRUCK AND WHICH ARE
AWAITING REPAIR, AND
AMENDING SECTION 4.17.4,
ENTITLED SPECIAL EXCEPTIONS
IN AN INDUSTRIAL (I) ZONING
DISTRICT, BY REQUIRING
WRECKING YARDS TO INSTALL
AN OPAQUE FENCE OR WALL
BUFFER, MEET MINIMUM
SETBACKS AND NOT TO BE
LOCATED WITHIN A FLOOD
ZONE A OR AE AREA; PROVIDING
SEVERABILITY. REPEALING ALL
ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT; AND
PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE
DATE.
AN ORDINANCE OF BRADFORD
COUNTY, FLORIDA. AMENDING
THE BRADFORD COUNTY LAND
DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS,
AS AMENDED; AMENDING
SECTION 2.1 DEFINITIONS TO
ADD A NEW DEFINITION OF
INDUSTRIAL ZONING DISTRICT
AND NONCONFORMING
WRECKING YARD; AMENDING
SECTION 2.3.5 NON-
CONFORMING USE OF
STRUCTURES AND PREMISES
BY DISCONTINUING THE NON-
CONFORMING STATUS OF A
WRECKING YARD IF THE USE
CEASES FOR MORE THAN 2
YEARS; AND ADDING A NEW
SECTION 4.2.37 NON-
CONFORMING WRECKING
YARDS WHICH ESTABLISHES
REGULATIONS FOR
NONCONFORMING WRECKING
YARDS THAT REQUIRE THAT
NONCONFORMING WRECKING
YARDS BE ENCLOSED BY NOT
LESS THAN A SIX FOOT OPAQUE
FENCE OR WALL, EXCEPT THAT
AN EXISTING LANDSCAPE
BUFFER MAY BE USED IN LIEU
OF FENCING, PROVIDED THAT
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PROHIBITED USES AND
STRUCTURES IN RESIDENTIAL,
SINGLE FAMILY (RSF) ZONING
DISTRICTS. DELETING THE
KEEPING OF HORSES; AND BY
AMENDING SECTION 4.8.5,
ENTITLED SPECIAL EXCEPTIONS,
IN RESIDENTIAL. SINGLE FAMILY
(RSF) ZONING DISTRICTS,
ADDING EQUINE ACTIVITIES AND
RELATED FACILITIES; AND BY
AMENDING SECTION 4.9.4,
ENTITLED PROHIBITED USES
AND STRUCTURES, IN
RESIDENTIAL,(MIXED) SINGLE
FAMILY/ MOBILE HOME (RSF/MH)
ZONING DISTRICTS, DELETING
THE KEEPING OF HORSES; AND
BY AMENDING SECTION 4.9.5,
ENTITLED SPECIAL EXCEPTIONS,
IN RESIDENTIAL,(MIXED) SINGLE
FAMILY/ MOBILE HOME (RSF/MH)
ZONING DISTRICTS, ADDING
EQUINE ACTIVITIES AND
RELATED FACILITIES; AND BY
AMENDING SECTION 4.10.4,
ENTITLED PROHIBITED USES
AND STRUCTURES, IN
RESIDENTIAL, MOBILE HOME
(RMH) ZONING DISTRICTS,
DELETING THE KEEPING OF
HORSES; AND BY AMENDING
SECTION 4.10.5, ENTITLED
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RESIDENTIAL, MOBILE HOME
tRMH) ZONING DISTRICTS,
ADDING EQUINE ACTIVITIES AND
RELATED FACILITIES;
PROVIDING SEVERABILITY;
REPEALING ALL ORDINANCES IN
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The public hearings 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 hearings
shall be announced during the public
hearings and that no further notice
concerning the matters will be
published.
All persons are advised that, if they
decide to appeal any decisions made
at the public hearings, they will need
a record of the proceedings and, fpr
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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Some of the members
of the Shands Starke "' -
Auxiliary are (back row, ...
1-r) Richard Lavangie, '- '
Helen Lavangie, Ann 0
Currie, Carolyn Eaves,
Carrie Proctor, Sarah .L
Kirbey, Maria 4 '
Stephenson, Barbara ..
Searcy, Esther Hall,
Delores Morgan, Valaria '
Shuford, (Hospital .
Administrator Jeannie l
Baker), (middle row, l-r)

e Mo nc Bernice Kutta, LoisG p
SJensen, Pe gy Godwin, i

Johns, (front row, 14r)
Pflaumer, Kitty Chism,
Sharon Gaines, E.ula .I,.I. l :. ...
Mae Cariton, Frances .
Longstreet and Ella
Bond. Although not shown, auxilian Florence Anderson is a volunteer for the radiology department. She greets patients and transports patients from radiology to other areas
of the hospital. She answers phones and assists staff whenever needed. The service provided by auxiliary volunteers to that department is invaluable.


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Shands Starke auxilians who work the lobby and gift shop love what they do. The money made through the gift
shop and auxiliary projects is used to provide equipment for patients and staff. These volunteers greet people and
provide kind words of encouragement to brighten a patient's day. (RIGHT, I-r) Gertrude Griffis, Ella Mae Carlton,
Sylvia Brown, Lois Jensen, Sarah Kirbey, Ann Currie, President Linda Johns, Ella Bond. (LEFT, I-r) Geri Green,
Frances Carter, Rama Crowe and Christine Lewis.



Auxiliary performs great service


The Shands Starke Auxiliary was chartered in 1956 as the
Bradford County Hospital Auxiliary.
The group had 55 charter members with a vision to assist the
hospital in the care and comfort of its patients. Through the years,
many volunteers have served and continue their mission of service.
The auxiliary is organized with an executive board which is made
up of the officers and committee chairmen. The function of the
executive board is to approve and conduct both business and social
activities of the auxiliary. The committee chairmen are'responsible
for the operations of the many areas of service provided throughout
the hospital.
SAuxilians worko, the inpatient .ftopr, b.ripg ~com.for.iteis. to
patients in the lobby and welcome patients and visitors as-they enter
the hospital-helping to direct them to their desired destination.
Gift shop operation and overseeing the sale of candy in the lobby
are also important functions of auxilians. Auxiliary volunteers work
in departments throughout the hospital including medical records,
the cafeteria, radiology and Shands Starke Medical Group.
The volunteers are a vital part of the hospital. They worked more
than 22,000 hours in 2005 and donated $23,000 in equipment,
including an emergency department telemetry system, food
processor for inpatient meals and a surgical chair. Over the years,,
the members have contributed more than $500,000 in equipment
purchases and scholarships..
Each year the auxiliary hosts an ice cream social in May for the
staff in celebration of National Hospital Week and a Fall Festival in
October. Auxilians also host their famous Christmas tea in
December. They work hard, but there is always time to network,
make new friends and socialize.



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It is always a big night for the auxiliary when the Shands Starke
administration hosts the annual installation banquet. Members
receive their service award pins and review the year's work and
contributions. "
Auxilians are part, of the statewide network of hospital
volunteers. Members have the opportunity to attend local, regional
and state meetings to stay abreast of the work done throughout the
state of Florida in other hospitals bysthe auxiliary.
Linda Johns is the current president of the Shands 'Starke
Auxiliary and has served in this capacity several times before.
When asked about her service and the things she is most proud of,
she listed the endowed scholarship:at Santa Fe Community College: .
The proceeds from a $60,000 endowment fund two healthcare
scholarships every year. Johns said auxilians raise money in the gift
shop and through projects like the annual food booth at the
Bradford County Fair. The auxiliary booth is known for selling the
best strawberry shortcake in town.
"My parents told me it's better
to give than to receive and if you
work with the hospital auxiliary,
you will have a warm feeling of. NOW HIRING
giving back," said Johns. "I want POSTAL POSITIONS
to thank each auxilian for their No Experience Required
time and commitment to Shands Excellent Starting Pay
Starke. It is a pleasure to serve as Paid Training Pay
president and work with each Excellent Benefits
and every one who is a part of
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Information desk volunteers are faithful and willing to help patients and visitors any way they can: with a sunny
:smile to brighten a day, by providing directions or by conducting fundraising activities to fund various events.
(Seated, I-r) Valaria Shuford, Esther Hall, Martha Ahrens, Ann Currie, (standing, I-r) Jenelle Hardesty, Sarah Krrbey,
I .am.1'n, Carri DPrnotnr and Presidrint Linda Johns. As a retired nurse and Shands Starke auxilian, Ahrens


reviews approximately 120
charts per month for
- quality assurance as a
volunteer in the Shands
Starke Medical Group
medical records
department. The service
she provides is
invaluable. The dietary
department also uses
volunteers in many
capacities, including
stocking, cashiering,
cleaning tables, greeting
visitors and employees,
and answering the phone.
Auxilians said it is
enjoyable to work with the
dietary staff. Their goal as
volunteers is to lighten
the load of the staff just a
little.


Lillian
Stump, a
long-time
member of
the hospital
auxiliary
provided
funding on
the condition
that it be
used to
benefit the
health of the
community.
Each year, a
portion of
that funding
provides the
health fair
that will
coincide with
the golden
anniversary
of the
hospital for
'which she.
and other
auxilians
have
volunteered
time and
money.


STUMP
Continued from p. 1C
involved.
She is %ery active with the
American Red Cross, the
American Cancer Society. the
Bradford Ecumenical Council's
Food Pantr), the Salhation
Army and Hospice of North
Central Florida.
The number of organizations
she has supported and the


-amount of funding shd has
raised through the years for-:
community projects would be:I
almost impossible to list.
No doubt she will be on
hand for the health fair and the:
anniversary celebration this
week, since the hospital has
been of major importance to:
her through the )ears. Come
\isit with Stump, take
advantage of the health:
screenings and help celebrate
50 years of healthcare in:
Bradford County.


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Donations provided by hospital auxiliary
04-05: $23,000 provided scholarship funding, specialized medical equipment like a
surgical chair and equipment for both office functions and food service.
Employees were provided with services like Easter baskets, ice cream
socials, a Christmas tea, etc. Patients received holiday gifts along with food
trays. The auxiliary also provided special holiday decorations for the
hospital.
03-04: $13,866 provided scholarship funding, medical equipment that included six
exam tables, children's toys for doctors' waiting rooms and decorations for
the Bradford Medical Group's new facility. Patients and employees received
special gifts and holiday recognition throughout the year.
02-03: $18,000 provided tables and chairs for the outdoor dining patio for
employees and visitors, replacement TVs for all the patient rooms and
waiting rooms, special holiday recognition for patients and special events
for employees.
00-02: $30,000 provided endowment for scholarships and new office equipment
that was needed in some areas.
99-00: Employees were provided with services like Easter baskets, ice cream
socials, a Christmas tea, etc. Patients received holiday gifts along with food
trays. The auxiliary also provided special holiday decoration for the hospital.
Thousands upon thousands of dollars in addition to the amounts listed here
have been raised by the auxiliary in the years since 1965 to purchase
medical equipment like:
An anesthesia work station; mattresses and patient beds for all rooms;
emergency room stretchers; medicine carts; specialized equipment to lift
patients unable to sit up; a defibrillator for patients with pacemakers;.a
defibrillator for other heart attack patients; specialized equipment to check
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BHS baseball,

team loses

big.to 'Dogs
Y CLIFF SMNIELLEY
STelegraph Staff Writer
Cole Rhoden hit his second
home run of the, season, but
that was one of the few
highlights for the Bradford
baseball team in a 17-2 loss to
District 3-4A opponent
Suwannee on March 24 in
LiteOak.
-. ,The Tornadoes (2-2, 1-1 in
District 3; had to do without
the services of planned starting
pitcher Antwan Brown for
most of the game. Brov.n
thre-w only four pitches before.
exiting the game with a pulled
abdominal muscle.
-Michael Tew provided
Bradford's other run with a :
home run of his own.
Suwannee, with the w in,
improved to 2-0 in the district
and.4-1 overall.
Bradford hosts- Union
County Thursday, March 2,?,i
then travels to Alachua to play
district opponent Santa Fe
Friday, March 3,. Both games
are; scheduled for r
approximately 7 p.m
following junior varsity games
at 4.p.m.' ,
-On Monday, March 6, the
Tornadoes host Keystone
HWeghts at7 p.m.

Earlier results:

Ft. White 9 BHS 2
Dliefensive breakdowns
helped lead to Bradford's
downfall in a 9-2 season-
opening loss to visiting Fort*
White on Feb. 13.
The Tornadoes %were up 2-1,
ihn the fifth inning, but Fort
White took the lead after three
Bradford errors.
"It 'Was kind of a game we:
gave away. really." head coach
.Wiln Hartley said. "It was a
game we could've won."
Hartley said Daid Duncan
pitched well through the first
five-innings before leaving the
game.

BHS 5 Middleburg 3
Brown did well in his first
start on the mound and Rhoden
hit. a home run as the


Tornadoes traveled to
Middleburg and defeated the
Broncos'5-3 for a District 3.-
4A win on Feb. 17,
Brown pitched five innings,
then gave way to Charles
Jones, whQ struck out three in
the. final two innings.
'Rhoden's homer was a:'solo
shot, while e Jeremy Pombier
%%ent 2-for-3 with a double.

BHS 10 Rams 9
Pombier provided the late-
game heroics', leading off the
top of the ninth with' a home
run, then shutting down the
Interlachen batters in' the
bottom half of'the inning in'
Bradford's 10-9 win o0er the
host Rams on Feb. 21.
Bradford trailed 7-6 n. the
seventh %when Zack King, with
the bases loaded and two outs.
worked the count full before
delivering a double that one-
hopped over the fence,
.clearing the bases and putting
the Tornadoes up by two.
The Rams. however, tied the-
game in the bottom of the
inning when Jim Bruce and
Jack Fralick each hit a solo
home run ,.
Pombier, after giving his
team the lead in the ninth, took
to tie mound for the first time
in his varsity career. He set the
Interlachen batters down 1-2-3.
Duncan, Tew and Rhoden
also pitched.
Pombier was 2-for-3 at the
plate. while Tew was 2-for-5.


BMS track

teams Off.to

perfect start
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
The Bradford Middle School
track and field teams remained
undefeated after each won a
meet at Oak Hall in
Gainesville on Feb. 28.
Bradford %\on the boys race,
nith a score of 134, edging out
Lake Butler, which had 126.5
points. The girls team had 143
points, finishing well ahead of.
second-place finisher P.K.
Yonge, which h had 82 points., .
Seven schools in. all
competed at tie meet.
Results for the boys were:
4x800m-A team of Carlton
Crudup, Colton Wall; Jackie


Mitchell. Seth Upthegrole
10:32. long jump--Jiwan
Jamison 16'5", Rodney
Mosley 17'7.25", Robert
Boswell 18'1.75" (personal
record); high'
jump-Upthegrove 5' (PR),
Tyler Prevatt 4'10", Isaiah
Jenkins 4'6"; -
200m hurdles-Josh Cooper
29 (PR), Bobby McGee 30.72
iPR), Mitchell 30.96 (PR);
100m-Jamison 11.46, Mosley.
12.31, Jenkins 12.55 (PR);
mile-Upthegrove 5:43 (PR),
Wall 6:02 (PR).. Kelvin
Jenkins 6:21 (PR), David-
Weeks: 6:42 (PR), Travis
Ledger' 6:55 (PR);
4x 100m-Boswell, Tyler
Cubbedge, Mosley. Jamison
46.28:;
400m-Boswell 57.8, 1.
Jenkins 58.3 (PR), Cooper
64.0; 800m-McGee 2:24
(PR; three seconds off of
school record), Crudup 2:37;
200m-Jamison 24.4, 1.
Jenkins 26.83, Mosley 27.22;
4x400m-A team of Cooper,
Cubbedge, McGee, Boswell
:.4:04. -
Crudup ran a PR split of
2:31 in the"'4x800m, while the
B team's Sean Andrews ran a
PR of 2:42.
In the 4x400m. Cubbedge
ran a PR split of 60 seconds,
while the B team's Crudup had
a PR split of 66 seconds
The girls team results were
as follows. 4x800m-A team
.of Jessica Robinson, Ashley
Sutherland, Sy nteia Postway,
Samantha Steffan 11:41, B
team of Nicole Miller,
Amanda Yarborough. Rosa
London. Destiny Griffith
12:27: long .ump-Lashika
Bellamy 13'11.5", Christina
Jordan 10'4.5"; high
jump-Postiwa 4'4", Caitlin
Wade 4'2", Jenna Creamer
3' 10";
200m hurdles-Creamer
38 78 (PRj. Emily Meng 38.78.1
iPR); 100m-Bellamy 13.48,
Shas Wanton 13.71 Courtney
Jamison 14.10; mile-Steffan
6-19, Sutherland 6 23 (PRi.
Miller 6:49 (PR), Hannah
Ricker 7:39 (PR), Amanda
Underhill 7:48 (PR),.
4x 100m-Jordan, Kirstin
Woodham. Wanton, Jamison
S400mi-Jordan 1:10,, Kanetra
Jenkins 1:10 (PR);
800m-Robiison, .2:52,
Post w a y 2 : 5 5";
200m-Bellamy 2,8.51,


Wanton 29.57, Jamison 29.9;
4x400m-A team of Jordan,
Woodham, Robinson, Postway
5:04.
Also, the 4x400m B team
featured PR splits of 1:16 by
Creamer and Megai Perry.
Rebecca Carlton and
Lindsey Haddock competed in
the discus. The. duo also,
competed in the shot put along
with Wanton.
Coach John Loper said the
team- members are happy with
their wins so far this season
(Bradford's teams also won an'
earlier--meet in-Lake Butler)
and they have set a goal of
winning state.
"We're going to strive for
that," Loper said.
Loper wished to extend
special thanks to coaches
Ledger and Scott. as well as
the bus drivers who transport
. the kids to away meets.
The next BMS meet is at
home Tuesday, March 7, at 4
p.m. Loper encourages the
community to show up and
support the teams.
Bradford High School's
teams will compete in their.
first meet of the season Friday.
March 3, at the Ed White
Commander Relays.
Loper said he is excited,
about the returning members
of the high school teams as
well as several newcomers:
Brian Adams. Tyesha
Bellamy, Courtney Cragg.
Tony Crum, Danielle Dent,
Malcolm Moore, Martella
Moore, Jenna Prevatt, Emma
Sheppard. Jarin Simmons.
Jennifer Smyth. Katrina
Steffan and Joyce Anita
Villamil.
Bradford High School will
host its 39'" annual invitational
Friday, March 31. It is the
third oldest invitational in
Florida.
Anyone interested in helping
out at the invitational should
call Loper at (904) 966-6716.

BHS tennis'

teams off to a

slow start

BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Bradford is still seeking its
first Win in boys and girls
'tennis after both teams were
handed losses by Keystone '


Heights on Feb 21.
The boys team fell to 0-2
after losing 4-3 to Keystone, in
a match played in Starke. Brad
Melvin and Mitch Dubolsky
recorded 9-7 and 8-3 wins in
singles play,. then teamed up
for an-8-1 win in doubles.
Eli Hampton lost 8-6, Matt
,Weaver 8-4 and Kyle Tuten 8-
5. The doubles team of-
Hampton and Weaver lost 8-4.
Bradford's girls team,
meanwhile,, traveled to
Keystone and lost 7-0, which
dropped its record to 0-3.
Brittany Cooper lost a close
match, 8-8 (10-8). %while
Amanda Torode lost 8-4,
Morgan Casey) 8-0, Amber
Massey 8-1 and Abbie Clark
8-0.
The doubles, teams of
Cooper-Torode and Casey-
Massey lost 8-4 and 8-0,
The girls team opened the
season Feb. 14 with a 4-3 loss
to visiting Interlachen. Cooper
and Cortnee Patterson had 8-2
and 8-8 (10-8) wins,
respectively, while the doubles
team of Cooper and Torode
won 8- ;i
Torode lost 8-3, Casey 8-0
and Amber Maddox 8-5. The
doubles team of Patterson and
Casey lost 8-4.
On Feb. 16, the girls team
hosted Santa Fe, losing 7-1.
Cooper had the lone win in
singles play by a score of 8-6.
The boys team hosted Santa
Fe on- Feb. 1-5, losing 4:3.
Melvin and Dubolsky each had
wins of 8-6, while Weaver had
an 8-4 win.
Both teams will travel to
play Palatka Thursday, March
2. The girls will then travel to'
Green Cove Springs to play
Clay Monday, March 6, while
both teams will host Baker
County Tuesday, March 7. .
Matches are scheduled for 3
p.m.



All About

Hoops camp,

is accepting

applications
. The annual "All About
Hoops" basketball camp in
Lake Butler is scheduled for
May 3.1-June 3 and registration
forms are currently being
, .


accepted.
I Camp, which will be held at
the Union County High School
gym, starts each day at 8 a.m.
and lasts until 2 p.m. It is open
to boys, and girls in grades K-
7, and is also open to gir. "-n
eighth-grade. 1 1 .-
The camp cost is $45 durii,
early registration and $55 thfe
day of camp. Campers 'will
receive a free camp basketball
and T-shirt. : :, '
Only the first 100 registrants
will be admitted.
For more information, call.:
Perry Da\ is at (386) 496-4378
or e-mail him at
davisp@union.k l2.fl.us.


Ceremony for

Bradford

Ripken/Ruth

teams set for

March 18
The Starke-Bradford Cal
Ripken/Babe Ruth baseball
and softball leagues will be
participating in an opening day
ceremony Saturday. March 18,
at 9 I.m. at the Edwards Road
Complex.
Baseball and softball games
will follow the opening
ceremony at 10 a.m
For more information., call
the Starke Recreation
Department at (904) 961-6792.



POKER
Continued from p. 2C
wished to express his thanks to
Starke Kiwanis member Sylh ia
Tatum and the Starke Golf and
Country Club for paing half
the cost of the tables, chips and
cards as well as waiving the
building rental fee at the
country club.
The Kiwanis club is
planning on holding four or',
five tournaments a )ear after
the success of its inaugural
tournament..
"It was a lot of fun,"
Denmark said: .

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current of events. He can
only float with it and steer.
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