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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 9, 2006
Publication Date: 1888-
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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Banquet

benefits
.Dreams

.Come True
The Shands Starke Dreams Come
True Banquet will be held Friday,
April 7, from 7-10 p.m. in the
hospital's atrium.
Individual tickets are available for
'$75 each, and corporate tables
seating eight are available for a
$3,000 donation. Dinner will be
provided by some of the finest
caterers from Starke, Gainesville and
Jacksonville. Seating is limited to
150, so reserve your spot now.
All proceeds will benefit Dreams
Come True, a regional nonprofit
organization dedicated to fulfilling
the dreams of children with cancer,
leukemia, cystic fibrosis, muscular
dystrophy, AIDS, cardiac disease,
renal dysfunction, neurological
disorders and other life-threatening
illnesses.
Among the events of the evening
will be a fund-raising auction
featuring footballs autographed by
:Dan Marino, Urban Meyer and
Bobby Bowden; a jersey autographed
by Kurt Warner; baseballs
autographed by Chipper Jones and
Dave Dravecky; a professional
access pass to a Jaguars football
game with Sam Kouvaris; a hot air
balloon ride; a tandem parachute
jump; artwork, autographed books
and much more. Organizers are also
anticipating an appearance b,
Kouvaris, a sports broadcaster with
WJXT Channel 4 in Jacksonville.
For tickets or more information,
call (904) 772-9799.


Republicans

meet today
The Bradford County Republican
Executive Committee will meet at 7
p.m. today, Thursday, March 9, at the
Santa Fe Community College
Cultural Building at the comer of
Call and Thompson streets in Starke.
Please note the change in meeting
place for this month's meeting.
This is an important meeting and
all registered Republicans are urged
to attend. The committee is putting
together a team of grass-roots
workers to support candidates in this
year's election and work to get out
the vote.
For more information, contact
Chairman David Dodge at (904) 964-
4610 or (904) 796-0431.


Strawberry

Festival is

April 22-23
Promising live entertainment,
food, arts and crafts, a car show and
more, 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.


Mourners distraught-over cemetery 'cleanup'


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor
Family members were literally left
digging through dumpsters last week
. for items removed front~ the graves.of
their loved ones after the board of
Crosby Lake Cemetery ordered their
groundskeeper to clean' up the place.
- -As -word spread of the cleanup on
Wednesday and Thursday, a mixture
of devastation, anger and disbelief
gripped the many mourners who
showed up to survey, the damage
done to the graves 4f their loved
ones. The action taken in the wake of
the cemetery board's decision was, in
their eyes, an act of sheer callousness.
Even board members available for
comment admitted things had gone
too far, though that will likely be of
little comfort to those impacted.
"There is a bunch of mad people in
this town," said Phillip Lyons, who
learned of the cleanup. when people
began calling his home Thursday
morning. Among their'complaints is
that no kind of notice. personal or


public, was given before the cleanup
began. Meetings of the cemetery
board also go unpublicized.
,"There should have been some
kind of a warning or letter sent out to
these people," he said. -
Evelyn Goolsby said a plaque was
removed from her brother's grave
along with two lighthouses a stat-ue of
a little boy fishing placed there by her
grandson and other items,-..including
solar lights placed there because her
brother didn't like the dark.
Everything that was on his grave is
gone, she said.
Sheila Lyons said items targeted
were the sentimental items that
family members wanted their lost
loved ones to.keep with them.
"My son is buried out here and
they took all of my son's stuff," said
JoAnn Chastain. "Now I have to
explain to my grandchildren where
the stuff is that they put out here on
their daddy's grave, and that's going
to be very hard to do."
See CLEANUP, p. 2A


Shands Starke celebrates 50 years
BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor


The 50th anniversary of Shands
Starke, celebrated in pe hospital's
atrium March 2, commemorated not
just the history of the facility but how
far the hospital has come.
"2006- reveals a 1 hospital in
Bradford County with the latest
technology and highly skilled
-professionals, who are here to
provide excellent care,'I said hospital
administrator Jeannie Baker. Today's
staff owes the advancement to the
pioneers who opened a; hospital in a
rural county in 1956, she said.
They made house; cal's, they
delivered babies, they covered the
ER, and then they could lake out your
appendix all in a day's work," she
said.
What's different today are the
resources available to an equally
dedicated medical staff.
"From the filmless' radiology,
wireless monitoring,| specialty
surgery cases and Shands Starke
Medical Group, our sleep studies,
therapy services and an awesome
emergency department under Dr. Pete
Gianis, our mission is to improve the
health of the people in this
community," Baker said.'
As much as the hospital has
evolved, Paul Rosenberg, senior vice
president of Shands HealthCare,
which purchased the hospital in 1996,
said the future is bright for the entire
Shands system because of the people
involved in it. Many of the best in the
system, which boasts nine hospitals
and more than 12,000 employees, are


Shands Starke, he said.
"One of the things that is so
wonderful about Bradford Couinty,
and its relationship with the hospital
is the deep community support on all
levels," Rosenberg-said, pointing out
that the hospital's auxiliary formed
before the hospital was even opened
and continues to bring comfort to,
patients and staff. One of them is
Lillian Stump, whose $100,000 gift
helped make possible a health fair in
the atrium on March 3 that provided
free health screenings. Over time the
auxiliary has raised nearly a quarter


million dollars for the hospital,
purchasing needed equipment and
* more, and Shands Starke Auxiliary
President Linda Johns said the
organization will continue to do so.
"We love our community and we
love this hospital, and we love
Jeannie for allowing us to serve,"
Johns said.
Others spoke, including Starke'
Mayor: Steve Futch, who confirmed
the hospital, had come a long way
from the green: hallways he once,
raced down in a wheelchair.
See SHANDS, p. 4A


BY MARCIA MILLER
Telegraph Staff Writer
The child has a perplexed look on
her face as she concentrates on the
printed page, before her. The adult
leans down to murmur something
into the child's ear and points to each
letter in the word in question. The
child carefully sounds out each letter
and then grins as she pronounces the,
entire word correctly.
All over the room are pairs that
include one adult and one child. Each
pair is concentrating on a different
activity.,
One pair is playing word
recognition games. In another pair, an
adult watches as a child reads a short
story and then draws a picture about
what happened in the story. In a third
pair, a child is writing his own ending
to--a story while his adult mentor
looks on and provides
encouragement.
Using tutoring to turn struggling
readers into successful readers is
what the YMCA Reads Program is all


Teen dies

in 301

crash

BY CAROLYN EAVES
Telegraph Staff Writer
An 18-year-old with a Starke
address was killed Monday evening
when his vehicle overturned on U.S.
301 south of C.R. 227.
David McKenzie was dead at the
scene, according to the Florida
Highway Patrol. Driving a 1988
Ford Mustang, McKeinzie was
southbound in the outside lane
approaching the rear of other
southbound traffic, according to
FHP Cpl. James Starling. As
McKenzie's Mustang came upon the
rear of other traffic in the outside
lane, McKenzie swerved into the
inside lane and around the vehicle
occupying the outside lane. With
traffic also in the inside lane,
McKenzie travelled to the median,
Cpl. Starling said.
Upon entering the median,
McKenzie lost control and the
vehicle overturned, travelling across
the northbound lanes of U.S. 301.
The Mustang came to rest upside
down on the northbound shoulder
with McKenzie partially ejected,
Cpl. Starling said.
Speed may have been a
contributing cause of the 8 p.m.
crash, Cpl. Starling said. It is
unknown if McKenzie was wearing
a seatbelt.


about. The grant is providing 34 first-
and second-graders from Southside
Elementary with free participation in
the YMCA after-school program and
two free one-hour sessions of
tutoring in reading every week.
According to Program Coordinator
Karen Judd, after only one month, in
operation, the program has already
met with measurable and impressive
success.
While first and second graders do
no take the Florida Comprehensive
Assessment Test, they do take
standardized tests that measure their
reading ability. The students involved
in the* Southside YMCA Reads
Program took the Dynamic Indicators
of Basic Early, Literacy Skills, or
DIBELS, test during the normal
course of the school year.
After participating in the YMCA
Reads Program for just one month,
the students took the test again and all
of them showed marked
improvement, said Judd.
See READS, p. 7A'


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Deadline noon Tuesday before publication 904-964-6305 (phone) 904-964-8628 (fax) 6 89076r63869 2


Flowers, stuffed animals, ceramic statues and other
keepsakes were among the Items family members
had to retrieve from a dumpster.


Cindy Kemnerer has her blood pressure monitored by
Janice Stricklln at the Shands Starke health fair.


One child, one adult, one

success story-YMCA

help' students read








Page 2A TELEGRAPH March 9, 2006 .


JoAnn Chastain holds a plaque and a flower that were removed from the grave
her grandson, Christopher Gibbs, who died at the age of 4. His mother, Rebecca
Sellers, is standing to the right. ,


CLEANUP
Continued from 'p. 1A

Goolsby described the
cleanup as grave robbery.
"What you put on this grave
is yours. Nobody should be


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able to touch it-nobody," she
said .
A flag -was even removed
from a veteran's grave,.
according to another mourner.
From a mother's ,grave, a
plaque placed there 15 years
ago bearing the hand prints of
her granddaughter is gone. A


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American Revolution are e
offering a $750 Betty Warren n
Memorial Scholarship to h
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'lhichoe'a' hip'is a tnibue"' t
to the life of Betty. Eileen s
Warren. Warren wa- a' b
longtime resident .of Starke
who was devoted to many
community activities,
including leadership roles in
the Daughters of the American
Revolution, the Starke
Woman's Club, the Shands
Starke Auxiliary and First
Baptist Church of Starke.
Applicants must have
completed their freshman year
(24 credits), at Santa Fe
Community College and must
be studying in one of. three
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igurine of a dog placed o
grave of a lost infant
osed ii a dumpster; cat
Betty Green to ask, "Wha
hat hurting?"
She' continued, going s
as to say she felt she ani
family had been raped.
"I've..never walked on
on's grave in two and a
'ears-never. They walk
over my- son out '
yesterday, she said. Ai
'ere moved from her mot
grave as well. Even if fan
vere out of compliance
the rules in their b
agreements, she said, a
sking them to clean up
own sites would have sh
nore respect.
Some families weren't
ble to locate items that
een placed in the duml
'hat's because the cle
actually began on Monda3
hose items were taken t(
landfill before word of
leanup began circulating.
Larry Green said if an
Ise had been responsible
moving these items, it w
ave been considered a ci
e questioned the make.
he .cemetery board, sa
tich-decisions shouldn't
e in the hands of so-c


.. community and church leaders.
"These people out here are
leaders in the community, they
just aren't, in the limelight
every day. Some of these
people should be on the board
of directors that have people in
this cemetery and have
sympathy for people out here,"`
he said.
Steve Futch, currently
serving as the mayor of the
city of Starke, is on the
Crosby Cemetery board, as are
Kent Pelelle, Chase Hardy and
Cliff Griffis. The board is
chaired by Freeman Register,
who was out of town and
unavailable for comment.
Futch,. however, said three
churches to which the cemetery
O property was left-First
SBaptist, Madison Street Baptist
and First Presbyterian, all of
Starke--each contribute two
members to the board. (There
is currently a vacancy on the
board,. resulting in only five
current members.). -
Futch said the board has
wanted to do a better job on
grooming the cemetery for
some time. The intent was to
of remove items that had blown
a off of graves, but the caretaker
was overzealous, he said. He
did say, however, that some
: graves were so crowded with
n the items that they couldn't be
'was mowed.
using Hardy, the -board member in
t was charge of selling the lots,
turned up at the cemetery
1s far Thursday morning and
d her apologized to families as he
listened to stories of what -was
i; my lost. He attributed the removal
half of items from grave sites to a
d all. miscommunication between
here board members.-
ngels Rules are defined in the
her's burial agreement, Hardy said,
lilies but the agreement isn't
with exhaustive and focuses more
burial on what families can do than
letter what'they can't, Hardy said.
their "I'm trying to get a handle
shown ."on this and see if we can
recover from this sitfatiion


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By County Manager Jim Crawford ,

Zoning staff is here to help


The purpose of this article, is
to clear up misconceptions
pertaining to zoning, land use
classification and the splitting
of parcels. Before you make
any -plans, conduct surveys,
divide parcels or buy property
for development of any-kind, I
recommend you discuss your
plans. with the. Bradford
County Building and Zoning,
Department to determine your
property's proper zoning and
land use. -
The goal of the department
is to help you with your zoning
needs. Simply tell county-staff
members what you intend to
do with yotir property,. and.
they will tell you 'what is
required and the steps you
must take to accomplish your
objectives.
The Bradford County Land
Development Plan, adopted in
199 along with the Bradford
County Comprehensive. Plan.
and the Future Land Use Map,"
determines the current. zoning
and land use for your property.
If 4 you want to use your


because it grieves me," he said.
Futch, who also met with
families at the cemetery,., said a
meeting would be held once
.Register- retumed and that the
- public would be invited to help
the board review its


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property for anything other
than the use currently listed
you may need to submit a
request to change the zoning
and/or land use designation to
accomplish -your goals.
These :regulations were
adopted to manage growth in
our county. The spirit and
*intent ofthese documents are
not to restrict you'from using
your property as you desire but
to protect our -communities
and neighborhoods from
encroachment of growth
unsuited to our communities
and neighborhoods.- At the
same time they are designed to
encourage --growth of
residential, industrial and
commercial development
within the areas best suited for
those particular land uses.
The Bradford' County
Building and ,Zoning
Department is located in the
north wing of the Bradford
County Courthouse. Your may
make an appointment by
*calling (904) 966-6213.


regulations.
"We'll take our licks," he
said. "Personally, I think we
messed up."
While -mowing and other
grooming continues, the
cleanup has be6n halted.


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19 contestants in Saturday Strawberry Pageant


The 44th Annual Miss
Bradford-Union
Strawberry Queen and
Princess 'Pageant,
sponsored by the
Bradford County

Queen contestants:


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be held on Saturday,
March 11, at the Bradford
High School Auditorium.
Doors will open at 6:30
p.m. and the pageant will


begin at 7 p.m.
Admission is $5 in
advance or $7 at the door
for adults and $5 for
children.
Please come and


support the 19
contestants of this year's
pageant.
For tickets and
information, call. Angelia
at (904) 368-9153.


Lauren Renae Allen, 18,
daughter of Curits and
Renae Allen of Lake
Butler, sophomore ati
LCCC and SFCC,
sponsored by Pritchett
Trucking.


Brittany Marie Cooper,
17, daughter of John and
Amanda Cooper of
Stake, senior at BHS,
sponsored by her father,
a local attorney and
county commissioner.


Tabitha Lauren Martin, 18,
daughter of Robert and
Pamela Martin of Lawtey,
senior at BHS, sponsored
by Davis Express.


Danielle Maria Miller, 17,
daughter of Wendy Miller
of Starke and Jeff Miller
of Jacksonville, senior at
BHS, sponsored by Town
and,Country Ford.


Tiffany Ann Rowe, 19,
daughter of Neal and
Annette Jones of Starke,
sophomore at SFCC,
sponsored by Lynn's
Construction.


Heather Ann Whytsell, 21,
daughter of Randy and
Cindy Whytsell of Starke,
graduate student at UF,
sponsored by Denmark
Furniture.


Princess contestants:


Victoria Sunshine
Atteberry, 13, daughter of
Scott and Vicki Atteberry
of Lawtey, home-
schooled eighth-grader,
sponsored by Windows
by Lisa and Starke
Academy of Dance.


Melissa Danielle Dukes,
15, daughter of Michael
and Robin Dukes of Lake
Butler, sophomore at
UCHS, sponsored by
HoBo Tractor of Ellisville.


Samantha Balkcom, 14,
daughter of Tommy and
Leslie Balkcom of Lake
Butler, freshman at BHS,
sponsored by Dr.
Anthony Caggiano,
cardiac and vascular
surgeon.


Maritza Nichole Herres,.
14, daughter of Joey and
Jackie Herres of Starke,
freshman at BHS,
sponsored by Merle
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Holly Amanda Best, 17,-
daughter of Marty and
Marney Best of Starke,
junior at BHS, sponsored
by George Roberts
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Cornerstone .
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Chelsea Alexandra
Nugent, 14, daughter of
Danny and Missy' Nugent
of Starke, freshman at
BHS, sponsored by
PsychoEducational
Resources.


Abbie Clark, 14, daughter
of Johnnie and Tricia
Clark of Starke, freshman
at BHS, sponsored by
Cubbedge Wiggins
Insurance Agency.


Janna Rae Reddish, 15,
daughter of Tommy and.
Lorna Reddish of Starke,
freshman at BHS,
sponsored by Handy-Man
Fence Company.


Cassandra Elizabeth
Coolidge, 14, daughter of
Eric and Karin Coolidge
of Starke, eighth-grader
at BMS, sponsored by'
Madison Street Pharmacy
and Trinity Mortgage.


Kelly Lynn Riddick, 17,'
daughter of Danny and
Sheryl Riddick of
Hampton, junior at BHS,
sponsored by Riddick
Cabinet Door.


Sara Ann Denmark, 14,
daughter of Ron and
JoAnn Denmark ofr
Starke, freshman at BHS,
sponsored by Pipeline
Contractors.


Katelyn Marlene Sims, 15,
daughter of David and
Leisa Sims of Lawtey,
freshman at BHS,
sponsored by A & K
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The health fair at Shands Starke offered the
opportunity for many different types of health
screenings. Above, Destiny Null of Beltane Hearing
takes down information from Robert Waring.


Shands Starke administrator Jeannie Baker.


HANDS
Continued from p. 1A

Futch presented a
proclamation on behalf of the
city commission declaring
March 2006 as Shands Starke
Month.
County Commissioner John
Cooper tolloed up kith a
hankk you" from the county
and a recognition from the
North Florida Regional
Chamber ot Commerce. of
which he is also a board
member.
To the ho,.pial's sal'f. her
said, "You ti\ our broken
bones, you cure our diseases,.
-you treat-us-when We a ireck,
you keep us healthy and ... the
most important thing is that
you save our lives."
Calling for a round ol
applause for Baker,. Cooper
thanked her for the leadership
she has -provided at the-
hospital.
Rep. Ed Jennings closed the
celebration by saying Shands
S'tark-e--and -its- Staff hj'.I;
succeeded in making sure
members of the community
don't have to travel an hour for


quahil\ health care.. '
Some tast l.acs. about the
hospital provided b:y Shands
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*Esiablished in 1956.
*40-bcd. nol-ltr-prostl acule-
care hospital.
*New\\ facilt\, built in 1987.
*Opened a 28,11101 square-tooi
addition in 199S.
*Home to the Bradford Family
Medical Group, a primary care
center staffed v ith board-
certified tamily practice
physicians.
The hospital pro i des a
\ariety of acuie-care services
and programs including:
*Inpatieni medical and surgical
care.
-.*Same-day surgery.
*Physical, occupational and
speech Iherapy services.
*2-4-hour emergency
department.
*Ulltrasound and CT \ith
teleradiology capability.
*Pulmonary spr\ ics.
*Mammogrjph\.
*On-site laboratory.
*Speciali\ physician clinics in
urology, cardiology.
g\ neco.lgy.- ophih-jlmolog\.
surgery podiatry and
hemalolog, oncology.


Marian Stephenson, a Shands Starke Auxilian, and
. Savanah Munyan take a walk through time in front
of the photographic display set up in the hospital
atrium.


Lisa Braddy, a physical therapist at Shands, offers a
massage.to Dakota Griffis during the health fair.


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March 9, 2006 TELEGRAPH Page 5A


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William George with one of the model planes in his
collection.

Airplane models are on display


During the month of March,
model airplane collector and
pilot William George will fea-
ture a display. "Model
Airplanes from Aviation's.
Golden Age' at the Bradford
Couniv Public Library.
Born three months before
Lindbergh's historic solo flight
to Paris, George grew up fasci-
nated by airplanes and flying.
George began modeling at
age 6 or 7 and between school,
military service and marriage,
he has continued Io stay active.


He learned to fly full-sized air-
planes in 1944 and earned his
private license, commercial
and flight instructor ratings in
1948-1949.
While no longer flying full-
size airplanes, George and his
wife can sometimes be found
at the Keystone Airport flying
radio-controlled airplanes.
On display are pictures, old
flight logs, models and
engines.
For more information please
call the library at 964-6400.


i. CHURCH I

Grace Baptist Church, 1339 church is 3 miles north of Starke
SE C.R. 100A in Starke will on U.S. 301. Randall Griffis Sr.
have a gospel sing on Saturday. is pastor. Call (904) 964-2526 for
March 11. There will be a pot information. The public is
luck supper at 6 p.m. Bring a invited.
covered dish and stay for the Pleasant Grove United
sing. For information call (904) Methodist Church will
964-5656. celebrate its annual Stewardess
First Assembly of God, 8025 Anniversary on Sunday,
S.R. 100, will host a free March 12, at 3 p.m. The public is
Comedy Night featuring Jeff invited.
Allen and Bob Nelson on Ebenezer Baptist Church will
Saturday, March 18, at 6:30 celebrate Home Mission
p.m. Nursery will be provided Anniversary on Sunday, March
for kids up to 4 years old. Snack 19, 1 a.m. and 3 p.m. The
bar will be open as a fund raiser. public is invited.
The public is invited. Regular .
services include Sunday School New Covenant Ministries,
for all ages starting at 9:30 a.m.; 863 E. Brownlee St. in Starke
Sunday wqrship. 10:30 a.m. and invites the public to Pre-
6:30 p.m.; Wednesday family Dedication Services beginning
night with YobthRoyal '" Friday, March 10,7 p.m.;
Rangers, Missionettes, and Sunday, March 12, 3 p.m., with
adult Bible study starting at 7 the Rev. Alvin Green and
p.m. Call (352) 473-3432 for congregation in charge; Monday-
more information or visit the Thursday, March 14, 15, 16 and
web site at 17, 7 p.m.; and the Dedication on
www.keystoneheights.org Sunday, March 19, 11 a.m. and
Victory Revival Center 3 pm.
Congregational Holiness Sampson City Baptist Church
Church will have a spring on C.R. 227 just off U.S. 301 S,
revival featuring Sister Linda invites the public to a concert by
Baughtmian Monday-Friday, The Henninger Generation on
March 13-17, 7:30 p.m. The 'Sunday, March 12 at 6 p.m.


Oddfellow Cemetery group to meet


The next meeting of the
Oddfellow Cemetery Com-
mittee will be held on
Wednesday, March 15, 6 p.m.,
at the R.J.E. gymnasium.
All interested persons and


There's a
carrot thief in
the BC library
There's a thief in the carrot
patch at Bradford County
Public Library. Children and
their parents can come help
find the culprit and make a
carrot craft at Family Nite at
the library on Monday. March
13, at 6:30 p.m. Stories and
games are part of the 45-
minute program.
Other programs offered to
children of all ages and their
parents include Family
Storytime, with books, stories,
poetry, songs and a craft
activity for preschoolers and
their adults on Tuesdays at 10
a.m. and Mother Goose Time
with 20 minutes of rhymes,
finger plays and songs for
babies up to 2 years old and
their adults on Thursdays at 10
a.m.
Brochures are available at the
library with complete details
and dates of programs.
Call the library at 904-964-
6400 for further information.
Library hours are Monday, 9
a.m.-8 p.m., Tuesday,
Wednesday and Friday, 9 a.m.-i'
5 p.m., Thursday, 9.a.m.-7'
p.m., and Saturday, 9 a.m.-2
p.m. Browse Bradford Count\
Public Library's catalog on-
line at www.newriver.lib.fl.us.
Ask at the circulation desk
about a PIN in order to manage
your library materials.



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 I1,
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.


WORTH NOTING
Starke Lions Club meets on the
second and fourth Tuesdays of the
month. 7 p m at Western Steer
Steak House in Starke. For
information call Angel Hill, (904)
,364-6215..
Veterans with an honorable
discharge who are interested in
reactivating Post #314-are urged to
call 964-5373, Maurice J. White,
anytime after 7 p.m.
The Lawtey Recreation Board
meets on the second Tuesday of the
month at 7 p.m.


Although the e\ent will
.honor Mr. George. it will also
serve as a reunion and a party
to all %%ho attend. All % ho plan
to attend are asked to RSVP
weekdays to (904i 966-6266
Everyone is asked to bring a
card of appreciation.
All cards will be collected at
the door and 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.


Conner is new
member of
angus
association
Randa Conner of Brooker is
a new junior member of the
American Angus Association,
reports John Crouch. executive
vice president of the national
organization with headquarters
in Saint Joseph, Mo.
Junior members of the'
association are eligible to
register cattle in the American
Angus Association, participate
in programs conducted by the
National Junior Angus
Association and take part in
association-sponsored shows
and other national and regional
events.
The American Angus
Association is the largest beef
registry association in the
world, with more than 34,000
active adult and junior
members. ";


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Santa Fe
Cemetery
group to

meet
The next meeting of the
Santa Fe Cemetery group will
be held on Tuesday, March 21.
6:30 p.m., at Hampton City
Halls.
Cemetery trustees are John
Campen. Joe Riddick, Jo
Williamson, A.T. Andrews and
Sylvia Hall.
All interested persons and
those who own plots in the
cemetery are invited.
For information, call Sylvia
Hall at 1352) 468-1785.


Pleasant

Grove group.
meets to curb"
crime.
The Pleasant Grove Action
Group will sponsor a'
workshop to train residence of
the Pleasant Grove area how to
effectively participate iin the


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those who own plots in the
cemetery are invited.
Election of officers will be
held at this meeting.
For information, call Shirley
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spelling bee
Bradford Middle
School eighthgrader
Keona Simmons, the
daughter of Tonya
and Kevin Simmons,
tied as the 2nd
runner-up in the
Florida Times
Union's Regional
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Feb. 25, at the Florida
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newly organized Neighborhood
Crime Watch.
The training will take place
on Saturday. March I1. from 9
-II a.m. in the annex of the
Pleasant Grove United
Methodist Church on NW
177th St.
Vital information will be
presented by a representative of
the Bradford County Sheriff's
Office. Every resident is urged
to attend
Refreshments w ill be served.
For more information, call
964-7008.

Equine
benefit event
is planned for
Blake Wynn
A benefit jackpot for Blake
Wynn has been planned for
Sunday, April 1, at the
Bradford Riding Club in
Starke.
Blake is the son of Jennifer
and Lamar Wynn. The five-
month-old has had two open
heart surgeries. All money will
be donated to help with his-
medical expenses.
t-or intormacion, call Cnristy
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C .


Lawtey City Council


votes to proceed


with sewer project


BY LINDSEY KIRKLAND
TelegraphSraff Writer
At its March 6 meeting, the
Lawtey City Council voted 5-0
to proceed with the sewer
project on the east side of
Lawtey.
According to Mayor Jimmie
Scott, the city's legal team said
O the city could proceed with the
sewer project on the east side,
which is the closest to
completion.
The council took this-
measure to better position
itself in the current sewer
system lawsuit. .Recently,.
another subcontractor joined
contractor B.A. Wilson in
filing suit against the city.
"That changes the name of
the whole game," Scott said..
S Then, he and City Clerk Lisa
Harley discussed how Lawtey
would lose their. Community
/ Development Block 'Grant
money if they did not use it
soon.
'Upon discussion with the
United States Department of
Agriculture's Rural
Development representatives,
Scott said they came up with a
plan to use the CDBG funds -to


correct errors in the 'sewer and
commence work on the east
side. This allows them to get
part ,of the city's sewer
working without interfering
with the litigation process. :
"This seemed to be a good
solution to getting the east side
running: and getting some
movement and also ensure we
do not lose the funds that we
have already been approved
for," Scott said.
When questioned by resident
Steve Griffis if any other part
of Lawtey's sewer would be
completed after the east side,
Scott said, "We're going until
the money runs out."
In order to do this project,
the council voted to file a
third-party complaint against
Jerome Kelley and suspend his
contract for engineering
services.:
To move forward with the
sewer, the council approved 5-
0 to start the process of hiring
a new sewer project engineer.
"This is a way to get it back
on track," Scott said.
Once the CDBG grant
money is used, the city will be
eligible to apply for more.:
grants.


SEEKS SERVICE
PROVIDERS
The Clay Nassau Baker Bradford
County ELC seeks Service Providers
to provide services ir.one or more of
four areas: A
1. School Readiness, including
eligibility determination and provider
reimbursement, Parent and Child
Services, and Provider development,
support and training.
2. Inclusion Services
3. Child Care Resource and Referral
4. Voluntary Pre-Kindergarten,
including eligibility determination and
provider reimbursement Parent and
Child Services, and Provider
development, support and training
THE ELC ENCOURAGES
PROPOSALS FOR EACH
INDIVIDUAL COMPONENT. OR
FOR A COMBINATION OF
COMPONENTS.
Copies of the Invitation To Negotiate
for service provision are available at
www.elcofcnbb.org; or at 1845 Town
Center Blvd. Suite 150 Orange Park,
Florida 32003.
3/92tchg.
NOTICE OF SPECIAL
MEETING
The Board of Commissioners of the
Northwest Florida Regional Housing
Authority will hold a Special Meeting
March 10, 2006, in the Cambridge
Room, Ramada Inn North, 2900
North Monroe St., Tallahassee,
Florida. Meeting will begin at 1-00
p.m., EST. The meeting will be open
to the public. .
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH' JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY.
FLORIDA
CASE NO: 04-2006-DR-0099
IN RE The Marriage of
CHARLES MATHEW CAMPBELL.
Husband,
VS


MICHELE MARTHA HINES
CAMPBELL.
Wife
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO MICHELE MARTHA HINES
CAMPBELL
RESIDENCE UNKNOWN
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action
of Petition for Dissolution ol Marriage
has been filed against you, in the
above styled Court an.d you are
required to serve a copy of your.
written response to JOHN S.
COOPER, ESQUIRE, Cooper and
Adamec, 100 West Call Street,
Starke, Florida 32091, on or before
April 15 2006; and file the original
with the Clerk of the Court. either
before service on the above-named
attorney or immediately thereaher,
otherwise a default will be entered
against you for the relief demanded in
the petition.
WITNESS my hand and official seal
of this Court on the 27th day of
February, 2006...


RAY NORMAN,
CLERK OF THE COURT
J By: Carol Williams
John S. Cooper, Esquire
Cooper and Adamec
100 West Call Street
Starke, Florida 32091
(904) 964-4101
Fax:964-4839
Florida Bar No: 0910340
Attorney for Husband
3/9 4tchg 3/30
NOTICE OF PROPOSED
ORDINANCE OF THE CITY
COMMISSION OF STARKE,,
FLORIDA .
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the,
proposed Ordinance, whose title
hereinafter appears, will be brought
up for first reading on Tuesday,
March 21, 2006, and for second
reading and possible adoption on
Tuesday, April 4. 2006, at the City
Commission Meeting commencing
at 7:00 p.m at Starke City Hall, 209


North Thompson Street, Starke,
Florida A copy of said Ordinance
may De inspected by any member of
the public at the Office of the City
Clerk in the City Hall, Starke.
Florida. On the dates above-
mentioned, all interested parties may
appear and be heard with respect to
this proposed Ordinance.
ORDINANCE NUMBER 2006-
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY
COMMISSION OF STARKE
FLORIDA, CREATING CHAPTER
90, ARTICLE IV, SECTIONS-90-81
THROUGH 90-83, TO PROVIDE
PROCEDURES FOR THE
CLOSURE AND ABANDONMENT
AND TRANSFER OF ROADS
OWNED BY CITY OF STARKE:
PROVIDING DIRECTIONS TO THE
CODIFIER; PROVIDING FOR
SEVERABILITY; AND PROVIDING
AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
TERENCE M. BROWN
S Bradford County Attorney
486 North Temple Avenue
Post Office Box 40
Starke, Florida 32091
(904) 964-8272
FAX: (904) 964-3796
3/9 1tchg
NOTICE OF PROPOSED
ORDINANCE OF THE CITY
COMMISSION OF STARKE,
FLORIDA
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
proposed Ordinance, whose title
hereinafter appears, will be brought
up for first reading on Tuesday,
March 21, 2006, and for second.
reading and possible adoption on
Tuesday, April 4. 2006, at the City
Commission Meeting commencing
at 7:00 p m., at Starke City Hall, 209
North Thompson Street, Starke,
Florida. A copy of said Ordinance
may be inspected by any member of
tne public at the Office of the City
Clerk in the City Hall. Starke.
Florida On the dates above-
mentioned all interested Darties mav


LEGAL NOTICE
The Alachua Bradford Regional
Workforce Board will hold a Full
Board meeting on Wednesday.
March 15th at 12:00 p.m. at the
Gainesville Job Corps Center, 530.1r
NE 40th Terrace, -Gainesville,
Florida. Please contact Phyllis Marty
at 352-955-6509 with any questions
you may have
3/9 1tchg.,
LEGAL NOTICE ,
The HSHW Committee of the
Alachua Bradford .Regional
Workforce Board will meet on
Tuesday, March 14, at 12:00 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 ._1
3/91tchg,,,


Design a T-

shirt for

Meirose

Connection
Organizers of the Yulee
Railroad Days Melrose
Connection celebration,
planned for June 3, are holding
a contest for artists interested
in designing the festival's T-
shirt.
The design should be 12L
inches wide by 15 inches tall
and in full color, suitable for


printing on a white T-shirt. It
should contain the title "The
Melrose Connection, a festival
celebrating Yulee' Railroad
Days." The Melrose
Connection is how history
describes the steamboat
connecting Melrose to the
Yulee Railroad at Waldo.
The winner of the contest
will receive $25 and see their
design replicated on the
festival's T-shirts.
Entries must be mailed to
Historic Melrose Inc., P.O.
Box 704, Melrose, FL 32666
by April 1. Winners will be
announced April 5.,


Plus No Points, Closing Costs, PMI,
or Payments During Construction.


SLEGALS


PUBLIC HEARING
The Bradford County School Board
wllltbe'holding a PUBLIG-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
2,23 3tchg. 3(9
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
WITH 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,
PAGFR 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
BOOK 357, 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.
RAY NORMAN,
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
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PUBLIC AUCTION
Spratlin Towing will be having a
Public Auction on the following March
31,2006at10:00a.m.
1990 Honda Accord Brown
1hgcb7651La120344
2001 Dodge Truck BIk
3b7hf13Z51g719064
1996 Ford Contour Maroon
falp6537tk104384
1989 Chevrolet TK Blue,
1gcdc14k9ke106091l
1997 Chevrolet Tahoe Red
ignekl3r6vj412688
-And on April 7,2006 at 10:00 a.m.
1991 Chevrolet S10 BIk
1gcct14Z7m8236543
1992 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. Spratlin
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
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 Thlbedeau
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
EARLY LEARNING
COALITION (ELC)
CLAY NASSAU BAKER
BRADFORD COUNTY


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appear and be heard with respect
this proposed-Ordinance.
ORDINANCE NUMBER 2006-
AN ORDINANCE OF CIT
-COMMISSION OF STARK
FLORIDA, CREATING SECTION-
98-5 OF THE CITY OF STARKS.
CODE- OF ORDINANCES,-
ESTABLISHING AND Q
IMPLEMENTING A PROGRAM TO
IMPOSE AND COLLECT-USER
FEES FOR THE DEPLOYMENT OF
PUBLIC SAFETY SERVICES j
RENDERED BY THE CITY OF
STARKE FOR MOTOR VEHICLE i
ACCIDENT SERVICES-
PROVIDING FOR SEVERANCE;
PROVIDING DIRECTIONS TO THE
CODIFIER; AND PROVIDING AN
EFFECTIVE DATE.
TERENCE M. BROWN
Bradford Count Attorney
486North Tempe Avenue
Post Office Box 40 .
Starke, Flonda 32091
(904) 964-8272/FAX: 964-3796
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March 9, 2006 TELEGRAPH Page 7A
1


Bradford- High band


gets Su erior Irating

SBY LINDSEVK'RKLAND ,
TelegraphStaff.Writer


(L-R) Volunteer tutor Rachel Lingerfelt helps Austin Olive learn to sound dut words
he has not seen before.


READS
Continued from .p. 1A
First-grade participants .
showed a 100-percent rate of .'.
improvement in oral reading .. .
and second graders showed a :
77 percent rate of
improvement. The ability of ..
.the students to figure out how ,
to. read words they were ... .. .
familiar with also improved.
Fist-graders improved by 88
pfircent in this area and
s~Eond-graders improved by -
3S percent.
'_(DIBELS) is- the standard
rAding assessment used by the
school systems in most
counties in Florida," said Judd.
"These scores show a .
remarkable improvement."
Judd said the success can be
attributed to the one-on-one .
format of the mentoring '
program. Depending on the
number of volunteers
available, adults work with one (L-R) Breanna Williams loves to draw
or, at most, two children at a show events from the stories she has r
time. tutor Kathy Still encourages this beca
The volunteer mentors in the that Breanna has clearly understood
program can do what a read.
classroom teacher seldom has
time to do-work with a single sometimee
child for 45 minutes to an hour any other program." some ime
at a time Judd said there are more Thursday bet
"Under those conditions, than 20 sites statewide where 5 p.m.
mentors are able to more easily this program has been The YIM
realize exactly what problems implemented and all of those background
the child is having and we sites are showing "huge" volunteers
report those problems to the success. "We expect this training for tI
teacher," saidiJd, "We hvae-'. proram-to be readily funded training for t
great cooper trnon iffih. 'Ihe agamiiAe future," she said'. res abou
gJcan read,
school system. It's Judd said that community successful vol
unbelievable. I can't describe support has already been Juddesaid d
how great their cooperation evident, but also said the books would
has been." program. could use more book would
The tutoring sessions are volunteers. The number of but what w
also made to seem more like children who can participate is your time," shc
fun than work. Students sing, limited only by the number of Anyone
dance, draw, paint-anything volunteers who are available to volunteering
that will help them make a work with them. the YMCA
connection with the story they Most volunteers work with should conta
are reading, said Judd. 'students for one to two hours 379-9622 or
The school administration per week and are scheduled at (904) 964-962
recommends students for
participation in the reading Hope is the companion of power and th
program and helps in success. For those of us who hope strong
evaluating its success. First- us the gift of miracles.
and second-graders were -S neyBrae
chosen because they are not -Sydney Bremer ,
yet required to take the FCAT, : :
said Judd.
"We're trying to beat things Of all the earthly music, that which reached
to the punch' by providing heaven is the beating of a truly lovin
assistance to students before -Henry Ward Beecher
they take the FCAT," she said. *. *
"There are programs to assist
students in third grade and
higher, but by helping them
while they're in first or second
grade,, we are hoping they can
go into the FCAT and be more Licensed Massage Therapist
successful from the License#MA39287
beginning." License # MA39287
Making students more
successful readers will have a Speia/lizi/tH i
major impact on their lives, '
said Judd. "This can change Therapeutic &
their lives in an undeniable Swedish Massage
fashion,"' she said.
YMCA Reads is a program
of the Florida State Alliance of Ckiropraic Ass iates of at oie
-YM.CAs, funded by the .. 1
Department of Education with Tues Wed Thurs
Volunteer Florida Foundation By appointment only (SS5,
serving as the program's fiscal Most Insurance accepted
agent and evaluator. The
funding covers materials for
the. program and volunteers
provide the manpower. The
grant also provides funding for
the students to have free access
to the after-school program run
by the YMCA at Southside.
Students involved in the
YMCA Reads Program attend U
the after-school program until
6 p.m. each school day and
receive two one-hour tutoring *
sessions each week. "We annuities
calculate that the value to the
parent is about $700 per
month, if you figure the free ftr ca h 1
childcare and the free f r
tutoring," said Judd.
The North Central Florida O
YMCA has one YMCA Reads N W
Program in Alachua County
and one at Southside.
"We chose a school in .
Bradford for the second site
because of the community CallJ.G., Wentworths
suppQrt here," said Judd. "(The.
YMCA program in Bradford) Annuity Purchase Program J.G.WEN
has come farther, faster than. 866-FUND-549. ANNUrryPuRc


pictures that
ead. Volunteer
ruse it shows
what she has


Monday through
tween 3 p.m. and
ICA performs
checks on all
and provides
hem. Judd said the
his program only
t an hour. "If you
you can be a
'unteer,"' she said.
onated funding or
also be welcome,
'e really need is
he said.
interested in
as a mentor for
Reads Program
ct Judd at (352)
Amanda Bray at
22.

e mother of
est have within



s farthest into
g heart.


For the first time in almost ,
13 years. the Bradford High .'.- "
School band received a .QR'.N D) .
superior rating at its district
concert assessment. .
The Florida Bandmasters ..
. Association District. IV High i
School Concert Band Mttsic ,
SPerformance Assessment is an D ^ ^ H,'
apnual event to rate.ban ,- on '
their-levels of performance& A ., -
superior is the highest possible .
rating a band clan earn. -
For the second year in a row, ,e .
the BHS band used the .
school's facilities, to host
approximately 20 bands for thhe .e: e
three-day event, 'frm, -
*Thursday, March 2,. to
Saturday, March 4.' .
Parents and students, from
BHS and ,Bradford Middle'
School, escorted visiting bands'
and judges to and from
performance areas, worked the
concession stands, passed out
programs and all the" other
details, that made the event
successful."
The niusic assessment at the
-school marked the first time- .
since 1990 that BHS. has"
qualified for statecompetition.' After their performance .on March 3, BHS band
In order to qualify tor state, director Michael Johnson shows off the bprd's
a band noi onlymust have an .superior rating .award r In front o the band's.-
to have superior on music Tornado PRIDE sign. Johnson said he teaches
with a III or IV difficulty level, the students not only music, but how to be
Every' piece of music for the prompt, respectful, have integrity,
FBA assessment is rated from determination and enthusiasm.
I to VI, with VI being the'nmost .
difficult. .
BHSand director Michai perior in. this.portion of the assessment March 23-25 in the
Johnson led the students .to 'assessment, as.well. BHS auditorium. This is a free.
these long .a waitedd "''"Despite" recent Reative eveqt.
achievements with the soings events at'the high school, the BMS band director Mike
"Orange Bowl March,'.'. Bradford High School Band is Reynolds, along with Jennifer
"Dreams and Fancies" (.111) proving i-'.cAn rise to the "We.ller (who helps both
and ."Manatee Lyric Overture". challenge,': Johnson said. bands), said these band events
(IV). QOn Tuesday., March'.-.14, can show the county that the
"I think they'vee worked Johnsoi will be einducting the, students. are a "positive
really hard," Johnson said of FCCJ's jazz band ai a-cooncert representation of the school."
the band members, who. a'4.2,p.ni. for the high.school.'' To keep track of future
practice two to three days"a v *.The Bradford Middle'School events and concerts for both
week for two to three hours ...band.h6pes to follow the high .the BMS and BHS band, visit:
each day. school. band's..lead' in their their Web site at
All bands had to sight'read a. .concert band peiformiar ce -'www.redstormbands.org.
piece of music they had never .
seen before. BI$S band made a .
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(Front, L-R) Kassady Perkinson, Taylor Rehberg, Jordyn Gowens,
Tyquez Hampton, (back) Denisha Brown, Jamie Mosley, Jerry Padgett,


Starke Elementary School first-graders making straight A's for the Donald Seymour and Clerra Webb were first-graders whc
second nine weeks were (front, I-r) Haven Ames, Dalice Betterson-Smith, A's at Starke Elementary. Not pictured: Brittany Taylor.
Austin Davis, Ashley Smith, Jorge Villa Fuerte; (back) Tessa Weir, Taylor -____- ------
Griffith and Zahriah Collins.
.- ..... .* ,%. ... ,:; "* .,


o made. straight


Starke Elementary first-grade straight A's were Lindzie Gray, Cheynne
Herrldon, Chante McCray, Madison Parrish, Taliah Rodriques, Gregory
Searcy and Jlmea Tyson. Not pictured: Keearah Galvao and Brenda Hall.


Second-grade straight A's for Starke Elementary were (front) Caleb
Bryant, Kimberly Canqdy, 'Dylan Cassels, Leea'a Hamm, Garrett Huggins,
(second row) Krista Scott, David Sysskind, Hal ey Thomnas, Tamija
McCray,. (back) Janie Perry, Kaela Wilkins, Sierra Kersey and Dawson
Watson. Not pictured: Caleb Oshner.


BC bands earn solo, ensemble ratings


BY LINDSEY KIRKLAND,
I- Telegraph .Staff Writer.- .
Students from the Bradford
Middle and High School bands
recently had their solo nd
ensemble evaluation, with 13
:students receiving superiors..
A superior is- the highest
rating a student or ensemble
can- attain. The following
students performed a solo to
receive this rating:
.,.,-- Rachel .Baier (flute),
Courtney Sexton (flute)',
Jennifer Pharis (oboe), Arielle
Godwin (clarinet), Marjorie
Carney (bass clarinet),
Cameron Moore (alto
saxophone), Johnathan Johns
(trumpet), Patricia Carney
(French horn), Rowdy


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Bradford County Courthouse,
located on U.S. 301 in Starke.


Rensberger (trombone), Clay Merrill (bass clarinet), Natali
Nicol (baritone), Megan Powell (alto saxophone) and
Starnes (snare drum) and Andy Merrill (alto saxophone).
Cherie Perkins (tympani). Ensembles receiving
A trombone trio comprised excellent ratings were:
of Karla Kennedy, Courtney Houston McClain, Stephen
Brown and Rowdy Rensberger Kushmaul and Zylen Dawkins
also received a superior rating. (trombone) and Cassie
next highest ranking of Coolidge, Ashlvn Crews,
excellent for solos were: Lizabeth Davis, Kasey,
Era Browning (piccolo), Kennedy, Katherine Padgett,
Chelsea Hamby (flute), Era Tymber Tatum and Hailey
.Browning.- (flute),.- Marjorie -.W.i.ll,.ia-m s ..:(if0or(" tet
Carney (clarinet), Jennifer ienserfible).
Pharis (clarinet), Kasey A percussion quartet; Cherie
Kennedy (clarinet), Rebecca Perkins, Sam Ennis and Megan
Merrill (clarinet), Rachel Starnes, performed for judges'
Other students wno comments only and'not'a
participated and received the rating.
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SSection B: Thursday, March 9,2006






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



Starke pastor has seen how God changes lives


BY CLIFF SMELLED
Telegraph Staff Writer
Five years ago. Robert
Johnson did not perceive a
change occurring in life. Also,
members of the Starke Church
of God were probably not
anticipating much change
either.
Yet change did occur.
Johnson is now in Starke,
having moved from Marianna,
and the Starke Church of God
now goes by the name River of
Life Church of God.
July I will mark the end of
Johnson's fifth year as pastor
at River of Life. He spent the
previous 19 years at a church
in Marianna. thinking that's
where he and his wife, Marian,
were going to retire.
"However, as many
ministers would understand,
the lord began to rattle my
cage, so to speak." Johnson
said. "We received a call from
Starke and asked if we would
consider coming. We prayed
about it and felt that was
exactly what we were
supposed to do. That's the
reason we are here now."
That was the change
Johnson made in his life. Then
came a change to the church he
-was called to, a church that
had gone by the name Starke
Church of God for more than
70 years.
As Johnson sees it, there
was nothing wrong with the
former name, but that name
focused on the geography of
the church. River of Life is a
name that incorporates the
church's vision.
"River of Life indicates that
a dead soul can come here and
find new life," Johnson said.
Since the name change,
Johnson said the number of
visitor cards filled out during
services has almost tripled.
The name change vwas voted
on at a meeting last month and
there were no dissenting votes,
Johnson said. That meeting
occurred after the church had
already undergone a
change-this one in terms of
worship.
Johnson said he believes
God spoke to him about the
issue of music in the church


LRCT

presents an
'Evening of

One Acts'
The Lake Region
Community Theatre is
presenting an "Evening of One
'Acts" in a dinner theater venue
at the Starke Golf arid Country
Club 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
Buermann.
Ticket prices include dinner,
beverage and dessert on Fridays
and Saturdays, and hours
d'oeuvres only with beverage
and dessert, on Sundays.
Tickets for Friday and Saturday
performances are $20 for
adults, $15 for senior citizens
55 and up and children 12 and
under. Show-only tickets are
$10. 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 on
March 16..
Dinner begins at 6 p.m. on
Friday and Saturdays, with 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 Ihe box
office at (352) 226-4082, or
call Karyn Merritt. at (352)
215-2422. She can be reached
'by e-mail at
stelmet@atlantic.net.
The Lake Region
Community Theatre is a
nonprofit corporation dedicated


to encouraging appreciation for
the arts in the community.


and the. congregation now taking place in' the church. Johnson, through prayer, had it that there would be some deep fellowship and evangelism.
embraces praise and worship That' type of music was placed upon his heart that change involved in the '"Worship and fellowship.
music--a contemporary style Johnson's background- God's overarching message for administration of this those are the two great
of music that, as Johnson puts relatives of his were involved the Starke church was that of a congregation." % commandments," Johnson
it, "quits talking about God in the publishing of the "notableday."- Embodied in that change said, referencing the Bible
and just talks to God." standard hymnals used by the "It was as though the Lord were components that should %erses. "Thou shall love the
Johnson was not opposed to Church of God. spoke and said, 'It is that day form the makeup of every
the "southern gospel and The musical change and beyond which nothing will be church, Johnson said-rebirth
hymnal" singing that was name change came about after the same.' That gave me a clue of worship, rebirth of See JOHNSON, p. 5B


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I ORITUARIES


Martha Brantley
JACKSONVILLE Martha
Mersereau Brantley, 95, of
Jacksonville Beach died Sunday,
March 5, 2006, at Avante
Nursing Home .in Jacksonville
Beach following an extended
illness.
Born in New Brunswick,
Canada on April 26, 1910, Mrs.
Brantley was a longtime Starke
resident before moving to
Jacksonnille Beach. She was a
homemaker and was of the
Baptist faith.
'Mrs. Brantley is survived by:
her daughter Helen Maltby of
Jackson\ille Beach: two sisters,
Helen Glasgow of Starke and
Florence Silcox of Jacksonville
Beach; two grandchildren and
three great-grandchildren.
Funeral services for Mrs.
Brantley will be held at a later
date with interment in Kingsley
Lake Cemetery under the care of
Jones Funeral Home of Starke.

Ernest Bressette
LAWTEY Ernest Richard
Bressette. 57, of Lawtey died
Wednesday, Feb. 22, 2006, at
his .residence following an
extended illness.
Born in Edwards, N.Y., Mr.
Bressette served in the U.S.
Army -and. was a building
contractor.
Mr. Bressette is survived by:
his fiancee Patricia Ford of
Lawiey; a daughter Tina Dolinger
of Syracuse, N.Y.; a son Glenn
Bressette of Germany; a brother
Clay Bressette of Edwards; five
sisters, Beatrice Bressette of
Ogensburg, N.Y., Bonnie
Gordon of Ed%% ards. Adair O'Shea
*of Fine, N.Y., Judy Lausch of
Wyoming and Jessie Eichenger
of Albuquerque, N.M.; and 10
grandchildren.
Memorial services for Mr.
Bressette will be held at a later
date. Arrangements are under the
care of Archie Tanner Funeral
Home of Starke.


Bernice Conklin
MELROSE Bernice Elizabeth
Yon Conklin, 83. of Melrose,
died Friday. March 3, 2006.
Born in Flatwood, Ala., Mrs.
Conklin was of the Baptist faith.
Mrs. Conklin is survived by:
three sons, Charles E. Yon,
Randall E. Yo1 and Johathon E.
Yon, all of M rose; a daughter
Tammy L. Cdnklini Forester of
Melrose; a brother William
Morgan of Starke; a sister Lillian
Guvton of Starke; 15
gtatirti~~~ti tIaR grease
grandchildren She was preceded
in death by two husbands, John
E. Yon and Harry-Conkln Jr., a
daughter Ejetta E. Yon Arp and
two sons, Tracy E. Yon and
James E. Yon.
Funeral services for Mrs.
Conklin were March 6., 2006 in
the Chapel of Archie Tanner
Funeral Home of Starke with the
Rev. Lonnie Broome officiating.

Irene Crews
LAWTEY Irene Crews, 83, of
Lawtey died Friday, March 3,
2006, at Windsor Manor Nursing
Home following an extended
illness.,
Born in Clay Hill, Mr. Crews
lived in Highland before moving
to Law.tey in 2006. She was a
homemaker and member of First


Baptist Church of Highland.
Mrs. Crews is survived by:
three sons, Wilber Austin and
Henry Bobby Austin, both of
Lawtey, and Richard Austin of
Jacksonville; a daughter Ada
Justin of Melbourne; six
grandchildren, eight great-
grandchildren and two-great-
great-grandchildren. She Was
preceded in death by two
.husbands, Brownie Austin and
Herbert Crews and a
granddaughter Tammy Delain
Austin.
Funeral services for Mrs.
Crews were March 6, 2006 in
First Baptist Church of Highland
with the Rev. Lester Austin
officiating. and the Rev. David
Hodges assisting. Burial
followed in Long Branch
Cemetery under the care of Archie
Tanner Funeral Home.

Barry Firth
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Barry
. Edward Firth. 59, of Keystone
Heights died Monday, March 6,
2006.
Mr. Firth served in the Special
Forces as a Green Beret. After
serving in the Army, he
graduated from college and
entered the U.S. Navy as a
Commissioned Officer. He retired
as a pilot. '- -
Mr. Firth is survived by: a
daughter Heather Walker; two
granddaughters, Alexis Firth and
Ariana Walker; a sister Diane
Ely, a nephew Bo El) and a
significant other Leslie Peters.
He was preceded in death by his
parents Robert and Mariline
Firth and a grandson Derek:
Chandler Walker.
Funeral services for Mr. Firth
in celebration of his life will be
held at 10 a.m. on Friday, March
10, 2006 in Jacksonville
Memory Gardens Funeral Home.
III Blanding Blsd., Orange
Park. Interment will follow in
Ponte Vedra Valley Ceametery.
4750 Palm Valley Rd at I p.m.
The family will receive friends
from 6-8 p.m. on Thursday,
March 5. 2006, in the chapel at
the above address.

Thelma McGraw
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS- Thelina
Inez Combs McGraw, 92, of
Keystone Heights died Thursday,
March 2. 2006.
Born in Glen St. Mary the
daughter of the late James Joel
and Annie Taylor Combs, Mrs.
McGraw was a direct descendant
of Gordon S. and Eliza Lee Taylor
of Taylor in Baker County. She
retired from Florida General
and moved to Keystone Heights
in 1979 from Jacksonmille. She
was a member of Friendship
Bible Church and Keystone
Senior Services.
Mrs. McGraw is survived by: a
daughter Sharon Jones of
Keystone Heights; two sisters,
Pauline Lynch of Jacksonyille
and Doris Thrift of Macclenny;
two grandchildren, four great-
grandchildren and five great-
great-grandchildren. She was
preceded in death by her husband
John D. McGraw Jr. and a brother
Lacey E: Combs.
Graveside services for Mrs.
McGraw were March'6, 2006 in
Keystone Heights Cemetery with
Pastor Paul Coleman officiating.
Arrangements were under the care
of Jones Funeral Home of
Keystone Heights.


Lonnie isdale
ORLANDO Lonnie James
r Tisdale, 68, of Orlandp died
F" Tuesday, Feb. 28, 2006, :at
Florida Hospital of Orlando
following an extended illness.
Born in,.Lawtey on Feb. 23,
1938, Mr. Tisdale moved to
Orlando from Lawtey. H4 was a
retired construction laborer and
was of the Baptist!faith.
Mr. Tisdale is siur ived b\- his
wife Barbara B Tisdale of
Orlando; children, Asaree
Tisdale, Paul Tisdale, Victory
Long, Lillie Tisdale, all of
Orlando, Deborah L. Tisdale,-
Marvin Tisdale. Patricia L.
Tisdale, all of Daytona Beach.
Carol Jean Tisdal-e of
Jacksonville. Michae W..
Tisdale of New O'leans, La. and
MaeLouie Morris of Law ley, four
brothers, Elijah Tisd`ale of
Miami,-Garnell Tisdale. Marvin
Tisdale, both of Orlando, Alvin
.Tisdale of Lawtey; sisters, Annie
L. Myers, Ruthell Tyson, both of'
Orlando, Naomi Bailey of
Jacksonville and Rub) Ghent of
Lawie. and 19 grandchildren. He
was preceded in death yv two ,
sons, Carl H. Tisdlale ani Terry
Tisdale. :. : : '
Funeral services fojr ,Mr.
Tisdale will be held at 11 i.m. on
Saturday. March II, 2006. in St.
Johns Missionary Baptist
Church in Law tey with ,tle Rev.
James Racklev. pastor; and the
Rev. James L Houston, eulogist.
Inierment \ ill follodw in
Peetsville Cemetery in Lawiey
under the care of Haile Funeral
Home of Starke
Visitation will be in the
funeral home chapel on Friday,
March 10. 2006. Family hour is
4:30-5:30 p.m., friends '5:3Q-,S,
p.m The family will meet at (he'
home of Alvin Tisdjle dn
Saturday, March II. 2006.' at
10.30 a m. to form the cortege.


Collette Rosier
LAKE BUTLER Collette
Green Rosier, 79. of Lake' Butler
died Tuesday. March 7, 2006.
Funeral arrangements are
incomplete at press time. Archer
Funeral Home of Lake But er is in
charge of arrangements.





TERRY NUVTT


InMemory I


Hembrick Morris


In Loving Memory of
Hembrick Morris
No%. 20, 1920- March II, 1996
Today recalls the memory 10 years
ago of a love one gone to rest.
And those who think of him today
are those who loved him best. -
The flowers ie lay upon his grave
may wither and decay
But the love for him who lies
beneath will neverfade away.
Always in our hearts.
Your loving wife.
Cora Morris
Children and family


David McKenzie
tSTa4RKE -. David 'McKenzie,
Il8, of Starke died Monday,
March 6, 2006.
Funeral arrangements were
incomplete as of press time.
Arrangements are under the
care of Archie Tanner Funeral
Home.




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CRIME -


One arrested
for burglary
at Beck
Starke police investigators:
solved the Sunday break-in at
'Beck CHrysler Dodge Jeep
dealership on U.S. 301 south
with the arrest of a Starke man.
Steven Maloy was charged
March 6' by Sgt. Kevin
Mueller with burglary, and.
grand theft. Maloy is charged
with backing his truck into the
garage after he raised the roll
up door at the business. Inside'
- the building Maloy loaded.
approximately $8,000 worth of
equipment, service parts, cases
of oil, etc. onto his truck, Sgt.
Mueller said.
The' investigation led to
Maloy,'a former employee at
Beck. Maloy was located at his
home and questioned by
investigators. The stolen
equipment and merchandise
were found in a utility shed on
his property. Sgt. Mueller said.
Maloy. 30,.4 remains iri
custody under a $25,000 bond.


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:
Jason Joe Flanagan, 29, of
Hampton was arrested March 4
by Bradford Deputy R. Watkins
for domestic violence battery.
Flanagan is charged with
grabbing the victim by her hair
dragging her from the front
yard into the residence, where
he hit her about the head and
face with his fists, Deputy
Watkins said. The victim
suffered a laceration to the right
inside of her mouth and
contusions .to her neck, knee,
leg and foot, Deputy Watkins
said. Bond was set at $5,000.


Ewers, 23, of Lauderhill were
arrested March 3 by Starke.
Officer J.W. Hooper during a
traffic stop. Holmes was
charged with possession -of
cocaine and possession po.drug
paraphernalia. Bond was set at
$20,000. Ewers was charged
with tampering with physical
evidence after she .concealed a
bag. of cocaine during the
investigation, Officer Hooper
said:; Ewers was released after a
$15,000 surety bond was
posted.
Michael Shane Bass, 31, of
Brooker was arrested March 4
by Bradford Deputy .Thomas'
Sapp on two counts domestic
violence battery. Bass is
charged with grabbing and
shoving the victim, causing a-
laceration and contusion. He
also shoved the second victim
Into the wall, causing a
contusion to his head, Deputy
Sapp said. Bass appeared to be
extremely intoxicated, Deputy
Sapp said. Bond was set at
$30,000.
Christina Lynne- Peters, 19,
of' Keystone Heights was
arrested March 3 by Clay
Deputy D. Eshelman for
aggravated battery. Peters is'
charged with hitting the victim,
in the face with a rock, causing
injury, Deputy 'Eshelman said.
She was also given a trespass
warning for the victim's'
workplace, Deputy .Eshelman
said.
Matthew Keith Johnson, 20,
of Starke was arrested March 4
by Starke Officer Mark Lowery:
for resisting without violence
and trespass after warning.
Johnson returned to the Beck
Chrysler Dodge Jeep parking
lot after a prior warning. He
resisted by 'grabbing his
skateboard and walking away
from the officer. A $2,000
surety bond was posted for his
release from custody.
Julian Steven Workman Jr.,
24, of Burlington, N.C. was
arrested March 4 by Starke Sgt.'
Richard Crews for possession
of cannabis. A $1,000 surety
bond was posted for his release.'


surety bond was posted for his
release from custody.
Sim Crum, 51, of Starke was
arrested Feb. 27 by Bradford
Deputy E.J. Kiser for contempt
of court failure to pay child,
support. He may purge by
paying $10,000.
Tyesha Foster, 20, of Starke
was arrested Feb. 28 by
SBradford Deputy Lori Jestes for
Contempt of court. She was
released on her own.
recognizance by Judge Johnny
Hobbs.
Abram Griffis, 28, ofLawtey
"was arrested Feb. 27 by
Bradford Deputy David Young
for failure to appear fleeing
eluding law enforcement
officer. Bond was set at
$20.000. .
Leon Wheeler, 36. of,
Gainesville was arrested March
1 by Bradford Deputy Charlie
Williams for scheme to
defraud, grand theft and three
counts uttering a forged bill.
Bond was set at $5,000.
Stephanie Todd. 29, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Feb. 27 by Deputy Williams
on warrants for violation of
probation.,
James White, 49, of-Lake
Butler was arrested Feb. 28 by
Bradford Deputy Joseph Johns
on a warrant from Dixie
-County for violation of:
probation possession of
controlled substance. He was!
transported to Dixie on March
2.
Christopher Thomas, 38, of
Starke was arrested Feb. 27 by
probation- officers for violation
of probation resisting arrest
with violence.
Richard, Knowles, 19, of
Starke was arrested March 1 by
Bradford Deputy Josh Luke for
violation of probation
possession of controlled
substance. '
David Bresee, 18, of
Hampton was arrested March I
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uy D rauuoru deputy Lee LJarnIIto
Tyler J. Caldwell, 24, of Alfred Corbett, 52, of for violation of probation
Starke was arrested March 5 by Hamp was arrested Feb 28 aggravated child abuse.
Briidford eiutv'.Thonaii Sapp ".'.',ae- Officer :t"i" 'i ,
o.i.Di N eft q Z..V .ssessibted".. ... Jason Russell. 24. of Waldo
s charged with entering parap ernalia. Bond was set rch I by Office
residence after throwing a blpck $1,000. Hooper for violation of
through a window, Deputy probation arson.
Sapp said. He removed Angel Coakley,. 20, of Starke
approximately $100 in coins was arrested Feb. 28 by Murray -
from the residence before for possession of drug
leaving. Damages to the home paraphernalia. She was released
were $500, Deputy Sapp said. after a $1,000 surety bond was
Caldwell. admitted to the posted,
offenses and stated he needed
the money for his crack James Vincent Grassia Jr., : ',^" A
problem, Deputy Sapp said. 35, of Starke was arrested
Bond was set at $20,000. March 4 bv Officer Murrav for


Rose Gardner, 40, of
Hampton was arrested Feb. 27
by Starke Officer Paul King for
possession of prescription
medication without
prescription. During a traffic
stop the officer found four
Promethazine pills and eight
Lithium pills. Gardner does not
have prescriptions for the
medications, Officer King said.
Bond was set at $ 15,000.
Randi Wendel Holmes, 24, of
Miami and Althea Jo-Anne


loitering or prowling. Grassia
was in front of Dominos Pizza
after hours begging for money.
He had been asked several
times to leave but refused.
Bond was set at $1,000.
Vincent Kentrawn Mulberry,
32, of Gainesville wasarrested
March 4 by Starke Officer
Jason Crosby for breach of
peace and disorderly conduct.
Mulberry was arrested during a
1:40 a.m. traffic stop when he
became belligerent and abusive
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Walter Henderson, 50, of
Lawtey was arrested March 2
by Bradford Deputy Alan
Sloniker for failure to appear
possession of drug
paraphernalia and controlled
substance.
Sarah Wade, 38,- of
Jacksonville was. '"arrested
March 2 by' Jacksonville
officers for: violation of
probation possession of
controlled substance.
Alfred James Catherman, 53,
of Lebanon, Pa. was arrested
March 5 by Officer Lowery for
violation of probation forgery.
and theft.


Harlan Shaw,
Keystone Heights
March 4 by Clay
failure to appear.


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was arrested
deputies for


Doyle Pitts, 50. of Keystone'
Heights was arrested March 3
by Clay deputies for failure to
appear possession of cannabis
and drug paraphernalia.
Leona Shaw, 43. of Keystone
Heights was arrested March I
by Clay deputies on a warrant
for contempt failure to appear.
Donald Lee Denmark, 22. of
Lake Butler was arrested Feb.
27 by Union Sgt. Raymond
Shuford on a warrant from
Levy County for failure to
appear violation of probation
burglary of 'a structure and
larceny. Bond was set at
$25,Q00. He was also charged-
on a warrant with failure to
appear arraignment violation of
probation criminal mischief
over $1,000 Bond was set at
$25,000.
Thomas Earl Woods, 27, of
Lake Butler was arrested Feb.
26 by Union Deputy Donnie
Jones 'for failure to appear.
Bond was set at $5,000.
Jason Wayne Ellis, 25, of
Lake Butler was arrested March
2 by Union Deputy Ken Smith
on a warrant from Alachua
County for dealing in stolen
property.

Traffic
Oscar Wesley Davis, 26, of
Starke was arrested March 5 by
Florida Highway Patrol
Trooper M.D. Childress for
driving under the influence
(DUI). Davis refused testing
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100 east of Starke. He was
released after a $2,000 surety
bond was posted.
Clay, Alger Booth, 22, of
Keystone Heights was arrested'
March 2 by Clay Deputy D.A.
White for DUI. Deputies
observed Booth's vehicle
jumping a curb and travelling
at a high rate of speed. When
stopped Booth smelled strongly
of an alcoholic beverage. He
failed the field sobriety test and
was placed under arrest. Deputy.
White said. Booth refused to
submit to the breathalyzer.
Heather Renee Roper, 28, of'
Lake Butler was arrested March
5 by Bradford Sgt. Ron Davis
for DUI. Roper's blood-alcohol
level was. 19 percent when her
1999 Mazda was stopped on
S.R. 125. "

Jacklyn Berry, 25, of Ocala
was arrested March 4 by Officer
Crosby for driving while
license suspended or revoked
(DWLS). She was released after
a $500 surety bond was posted.
Jerome Parks Ji., 22, of:
Gainesville was arrested March
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DWLS, fleeing, attempting to
elude a police officer and
possession of cannabis. Parks'
vehicle was stopped at 3:38
a.m. on U.S. 301. Charlie Lee
Jonas Jr., 18, of Starke, a
passenger in the vehicle, was
charged with possession of
alcoholic beverage by a minor,
Officer Murray said. Parks was
released after a $5,000 surety
bond was posted. A $1,000
surety bond 'was posted for
Jonas' release.
Amber Rhue, 34. of Lake
Butler was arrested Feb. 27 by
Sgt. Davis for DWLS
knowingly. A $1,000 surety
bond was posted for her release
from custody.

Jonathan L. Henderson. 23,
of Lawley was arrested March 5
by Officer Crosby for DWLS,
felony fleeing and eluding. He
was also charged on a warrant
with failure to appear domestic
battery. Total bond was set at
$25,000.
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Thursday, March 9, 2006 Page 4B




Perception becomes reality


When perception becomes reality in
one's mind the thought or belief
becomes prejudice and argument
-becomes futile. This subject was
prompted by an Associated Press
article that quoted Consumer Reports
as saying, "All the top picks in the
annual vehicle guide are made by the
Japanese auto makers."'
The article conceded that Ford
Motor Company's Mercury was
_ numb.er.10 on the list-.- -
"I challenge the findings of the
magazine because of human prejudice
that seems to creep into its
recommendations for products. In
reading the magazine over a period of
time, although I am not a subscriber, I
am convinced that it is written and
edited by graduates of elite colleges
that don't know a pitch fork from a
salad fork. They claim to have based
their criteria on a variety of testing.
including comments from o%% ners. but
when Japanese names begin to show
up at the Daytona 500, the Indy 500,
the Sebring 24 hour and other
grueling races that test the mettle of
men and machines, a basis for their
claims may become legitimate.
A few months ago, another article
appeared in print contrary to the
Consumer Reports story in which the
writer, stated that a majority of cab
operators in New York drive Mercury
sedans because they have the
strongest transmission on the
automotive market.. Today, all
automobiles have strong engines that
will function for 150,000 miles, but
transmissions are the weak point in all
drive chains. The choice of Mercury


cars is understandable by people in* war would be much greater.
the taxi cab business ,ta al e tle fo, TgTlird
ufut$ e eaIrs .e'r a. heir- or i -o'produce goods an services.
_. ests '-r irealirt, "-where the rublier butiTiI' pro"spe ti "anmr cti W
meets the road," and every component come at the expense of the American
of a vehicle is tested daily. worker. In spite of Consumer Reports,
Give college professors their just he is producing the finest automobiles
desserts; without a doubt they are in the world for the American market.
knowledgeable in their respective By Buster Rahn,
fields, but no one is knowledgeable in Telegraph Editortalist


S. LETTERS TO THE EDITOR


Edito and close to 750 tightly
S ;Lr"" "'' "l DIH nS m and close to 750 tight):


'unsafe'
Dear Editor:
The BHS gymnasium has
served several purposes for
man) years.
It's been used for basketball
games, dances, and especially
pep rallies. However, due to
the increasing size of the
student body, the gym is too
small.
The gym was designed to
hold 550 people comfortably


all fields, and the man who makes a
living with vehicles is more likely to'
know automotive products.. ...
Many years ago, when my three
children were teenagers. just learning
to drive, I bought a 1960 Ford
Fairlane four-door sedan, which,
according to Consumer Reports
bordered on being criminal, and I was
an idiot to boot. The family, including
-the three children, drove the car five
sears and received outstanding
service with no breakdowns or
problems" So much for Consumer
Reports, in my book.
Japanese manufacturers are:
producing some fine automobiles and
trucks without a doubt, but with all
their engineering skill, ask yourself
%what automotive device have they.
invented? WhTat have they discovered
in the medical field? The electronic
field? Americans are unsurpassed in
inventions and discoveries and \\ill
continue to lead the world if and when
a level playing field is available to all.
American automobile
manufacturers are in deep trouble.,
With the future of General Motors
questionable, the outlook is poor,
indeed. If GM goes under, and it's
quite possible. America will have lost
more than payrolls; it will have lost,
prestige in. the eyes of the world, a
loss we cannot afford..
America has: lost the steel industry,
the electronic industry and the textile,
industry. If this nation were to get into
another war similar to either World
War I or II, we would no longer be. the
"arsenal of democracy" as we were in
those wars, and the odds for losing a.,


Reader has a,
vision of
Starke 's
future'
Dear Editor:
I have to say no to a
Whataburger hamburger house.
ar ,gpr plaN 0 Intd,.ho' _,
many ways can you cook a
hamburger? We just got a new
Sonic restaurant in Starke.
Why wasn't it put out by the
new Wal-Mart store?
Shall we be remembered as
home t tthe hamburger? We
have. lots of spots out by Wal-


Yy.


me current population of me
student body is 1,010. As a
result, all pep rallies, including
the senior pep rally, have been
canceled. The seniors at
Bradford High were all very
disappointed to hear the news.
"I can't believe there isn't
going to be a last pep rally for
us," said several seniors at
BHS who wish to remain
anonymous. There were many
other students who voiced their
opinions on the issue.
However, trying to squeeze the,


Sheriff's Office for their
kids programs, Ray Serba, Jim
White and to members of
Relay for Life, Forestry
Department for the
lovely flowering trees they
brought this year.
A special thank you to the
businesses who always give
gifts for our door prizes. To
the Monitor for being there to
report on our activities, the
pictures in paper were great.
Most of all thank you to
Keystone Heights Bryan's Ace


optical scanners.,
I know we've been assured
that these new machines are
"'hack" proof, but logic tells
me that if a machine can be
programmed (as ours were to
add candidates' names, etc.)
then they can be
reprogrammed. Even if they are
impossible to hack, with no
paper trail, who is to say that
an election official who reads
or tabulates the results from
the machine is telling the
truth? Trust but verify, as the


Mart, so. let's put some things
out that way.
We have pizza, subs and.\
Mexican food here;
I suggest asking Applebee's,
Neighborhood Grill and Bar to
come here. If they say no, how
about Ruby Tuesdays,' Olive
Garden or even Cracker Barrel.
Something we do not already
ham -h-re.,. Wereoutd ,aWsina:
Lowe's. Hardware. sore also.
Put it out by. Wal-Mart too. '
The old Winn-Dixie store is
empty, so put a Golden Corral
in there. Just the right size.,
Tourists would stop to eat and
people from all around' would
come too. This would bring
more revenue to Starke.,


students into the gym violates
fire hazard and other safety
codes.
In order to be able to host
any more pep rallies (or even
games and dances for that
matter), it is imperative that a
new gym be built for Bradford
High School.
There w ill be a School Board
meeting Monday. March 13., at
6 p.m. at the County School
Board Office.
, Opinions will be appreciated.
Chelsea Tatuin
BHS Senior


Hardware for allowing us to
hold our annual event for the
pa't three years in the parking.
lot. We will miss you g6od
folks but it is time to move
oi. our town is growing. The
event-was really successful,
until the rains came down and
washed us out. We will be
back next February.
Thank you again.
Joan Jones
Chairman of the Event


adage goes.
Please use the touch screen'
machines if necessary to
accommodate our disabled
votes, but please, please do not
abandon our optical scanners
which have a backup piece of
paper (on which we vote) to
recount votes if necessary. In
our last presidential election.
many exit poles indicated Kerry
won. Think about it.
Ann Aldrich
Keystone Heights


As. for the. old Wal-Mart
building, it's empty too. Let's
ask Ross, Marshall's or a store
like these to come here. ,
We have two dollar stores,
Bealls, a Catos and a Wal-Mart
store. Women, for the most
part, are bbrn shoppers. I
would love more shopping
.stores here and a bigger variety
to choose from for allofigs:! ,
,' Public grocery "store
would' be nice to6:I fiave'to'go '
to Gainesville to find one. Y
.Please write in your
comments on this letter. T look
forward to seeing your
comments. .
Linda Griffis
Starke


Broken
hearted -

Widow has
-..questions
Dear Editor:
I am writing this because my
children and I are among the
many families that have
deceased family members
interred at Crosby Lake
Cemetery. The recent events
that have occurred can be
described as nothing less that
inhumane, unfair, and
insensitive.
I became aware of this
situation because of. a
conversation -between Mayor
Steve Futch and' another party
in my presence. To my
observation, Futch appeared to
have very little or no empathy
(or remorse) for the families
who believed they had a safe
place for their loved ones final
resting place.
The solace of seeing an angel
protecting the most important
person in my and my children's
lives has been violated. I had
my husband's ashes buried
beneath a heavy slab so the
children would always have a
place to be able to visit their
Dad. Thisisthe only way they
can interact with and show they
continue to love, and include
their Dad in their lives. .
It was a place where I could
go and feel a sense of
connection to 'my husband that
was solid and real. Now it
looks dirty, unkempt, deserted
and has caused a new-.form-of
gTiFeTaid -desolation. After
talking to other families that
were affected by the gross and
uncaring decision to clean up
the cemetery I came away with
a sick heavy feeling.
My husband died six years
ago. My children were 7, 9,
and 14. His death was a shock
due to a sudden coronary.
Those three children are now
13, 14, and 20. Our 20-year-old
went through boot camp aind
AIT after graduating from
'Bradford High. School to
become.a Marine reservist.


We had placed a small
unobtrusi e hanging placard
about a foot above his slab that
stated "I m a Marine Dad."
Within si\ months of m.
husbands interment I bought a
small cherub to place on the
top of his slab. Other items
included,-a coffee mug he,
received for a gift from one of
the children the Christmas
before he died that had the word
'"Dad" written on it and a small
duck that his sister placed on
the slab. All three had been on
his slab for approximately 5
years. They had to be pried
from the top of the slab and
have left marks on the slab
where they once resided.
If there is a group of
overseers for (he cemetery that,
gave the order to remove the
items that were placed out there
by loving family, members,
friends, or. associates trying to
ease the indescribable pain
incurred by 'there loss, then.
why did they not pursue the
most logical first step. This is
in reference to the grass and
weeds that in~ many areas of the
cemetery (especially around my
husband's slab),could have been
cut to make it have a tidier,
neater appearance. As for the
insinuated accusations of
gaudiness or excessiveness of
momentum left at the graves
what right did they have to
become modern day grave
robbers. Why did they not give
an opportunity for family
members to remove or clean up
their loved ones' grave sites.
I want to point out that had I
not been present during that
conversation that in no way
included me. I would not have
been aware of the happenings
until we visited the grave site.
I also want it known that
'under normal circumstances we
visit the grave site at least
monthly, more frequently if
health and time permits. Why
were we never given rules,
regulations, standards, rules or
guidelines of what we would be
allowed to place on our loved
ones or if there were a restraint
on the length of time they'd be
allowed to remain.
As for presenting a cleaner


Cemetery in appearance they
have mutilated the slab over
my husband by prying the
three small items %we had placed
on the slab I paid for.
I hope that those involved in
this overwhelming,
inconsiderate, abominable
:decision and act ,vill' never
experience the 'site of their
loved ones final resting, place
.,being so thoroughly
disrespected or the 'lack and
neglect of basic human
feelings. This very wrong
decision which appears to have
been absolutely not thought
out or the feelings of the
surviving family, friends and
others considered at all 'has
caused great anguish and
unbearable grief and despair.
There is no way to replace the
small mementos like the coffee
mug that was his in life' ,
I have a question for those
that made this decision, "How
would you feel if it involved
your spouse, parent child, or
loved one?"
Would you're actions have
been so reckless and not
thought through if it involved
your heart? No, I don't believe
there is any way to rectify what
has been done.
An apology may help if
produced in earnest. I sincerely
hope that in the future attempts
.would be pursued to contact the
living to rectify' unfavorable
situations before such actions
are followed, however I am
also not naive enough to
believe that those people in the
position to enforce there wills
at the cost of others will
.change.
A couple questions for Mr.
Futch concerning the statement
I heard you make that after'
1971 no deeds were given for
the plots at Crosby lake
Cemetery. What was 'the
money I paid and others have
paid for?
Are we renting the plots our
loved ones are resting in and
we ourselves or other family
members will eventually
occupy? Do you and the other
overseers (decision makers) or
See WIDOW, page 7B


Citizens are
urged to
attend YMCA
meeting
Dear Editor:
A couple of weeks ago
reporter Mark Crawford' did a
well written article about The,
Bradford County YMCA, and
its effort to provide a broader
based health and fitness
program for all of us here in
Bradford County and the city of
Starke.
Last week a couple of letters
to the, editor appeared,
apparently in response to
Mark's article, neither of which
'cleared up any issues important
to both taxpayers and citizens
interested in our well being and
using our tax dollar wisely.
'The YMCA has been in 'our
little county barelyover a year
and already it has nearly 600
members and has provided,
about $82,000 in scholarships.
Through volunteers and the
help of the owners of the KOA
campgrounds close to 100 of
our children have been taught
to swim so far. Afternoon
activities at Lawtey Elementary
School, Starke Elementary and
Southside Elementary, as well


as Union County, help our
children to expand their
knowledge 'and enhance the
social experience.
These achievements would
not be attained if the children
were simply being baby sat
somewhere. ,
Throughout this great'
country nearly 3,000
contmunities like our allow the
Y to run their fitness and
wellbeing programs and many,
many children and adults.
benefit through its scholarship
program who otherwise would
not.
There seems to be some
concern about us losing out if
the Y assumes responsibility
for all wellness and recreation
programs in Bradford County
including Starke and all other
municipalities Presently fewer
than half of our children
participate in team sports
activities. It seems to me that
we are losing out now.
Are we overlooking
something when we have
limited recreational activities
put on by several,
municipalities using the tax-
payers money when one well
respected, highly qualified.
volunteer agency can do it all
without using tax money and


no child or adult will be left
behind. ,
Is it incorrect to believe that
a highly qualified agency with
nationwide respect can do a job
better for less money?
What. pray tell, is wrong
with a governmental agency
who refuses to sit down and
negotiate the best deal possible
for 'the taxpayer and all of our
children.
How can anyone come to
conclusion about anything
without knowing all the facts?
The Bradford YMCA
Founders Committee is having
a meeting on the Thursday,
March 30, at the Family
Service Center at the
Vocational 'Center on Orange
St. and it has invited the city
commission, the city clerk, the
city manager, all themembers
:of the city recreation board.
Being the type of meeting
that it is; I would say that
anyone who lives in this
county who is concerned about
our children and wholesome
recreational activities are also
invited,. '
Let's don't let personal
interest get in the way of doing
what is right for everyone.
Malcolm Hill
Morgan Road


Young man feels violated by cemetery 'clean-up'


Dear Editor:
It is my understanding that
the .current mayor and undertak-
er Steve Futch's whole outlook
on the destroyed grave sites is,
"Who cares, it's over and done
with." But what he doesn't
know is that the people who
pulled the stuff off of the plots,
headstones, and slabs have
caused a lot of emotional and
sentimental damage to the
families of the people who are
buried at the cemetery,
I am currently a 14-year-old
high school student. At the time
of my Dad's death I was only'


nine years of age and in the
third grade. The only way that I
have to speak with my Dad is at
his grave site and they've
destroyed it on me. On my own
Dad's grave there was an. angel
and and where the angel was
you can see where they had to
pry it off of the slab.
I personally feel like some-
body has stabbed me and ripped
my heart out. The things on the
tombstones and slabs or grave
sites were the only way that the
families could associate with
the deceased family members. I
feel just like they've broken into


my house and stolen from me
and my family and my Dad.has
died again.
I feel we deserve justice for
what has been done and a rea-
sonable explanation. Not just
we djd it in an attempt to clean
up because if they really wanted
it to look clean they'd mow the
grass and weeds which are
about 17 inches tall, not destroy
the things the families put on
the slabs (grave sites) at Crosby
Lake Cemetery.
David Erdman
Starke


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Garden Clubs
says 'thanks'
Dear Editor:
As chairman of the fourth
Arbor Day Festival (Garden
Club of the Lakes, FFGC) I
would like to say a big thank
you to all who attended this
i'% years festival, especially being
it located to a different place.
Thank you to all the
Organizations, the Clay
County Fire Dept (Bonita
Bush), the Clay County


Trust but
verify election.
Results
Dear Editor:
Last week we had a mayoral,
election in Keystone Heights. I
was very dismayed to find
touch screen voting machines
being tested for widespread use.
According to election
attendants, there is no paper
audit trail for these machines.
as there is for our good old







'March % 24 JiTEj&RAP6~,'TIMES & MONITOR--b-SlEOTIOJ Pge iU


Robert Johnson, who has pastored the Starke
Church of God (now River of Life Church of God) for
more than four years, is pictured with his wife,
Marian.


that same request and was not
laughed out of the bank. The
man, however, did loan the
money to Johnson.
"That was just a secondary
confirrpation that God really
was directing' my life, that 1
heard correctly and was on the
right path," Johnson said. -
Along that path, Johnson,
who was born in South
Carolina and raised in Florida,
has pastored at several
different churches, as well as
starting several schools. He
has lived in Arizona,
Tennessee, Georgia, California
and Indiana, as well as in
Florida.
SHe was married to his first
wife Betty-who died of
cancer--for 33 years and has
two daughters: Michelle, who
has two. sons, and Darla, who
has two daughters and a son.
Johnson and his current
wife, Marian, will celebrate
their ninth wedding
anniversary in August. Marian
was married 31 years
previously (her husband died
of a heart attack) and she has
two sons, one daughter and six
grandchildren.
Besides being active in the
church, Johnson is also


i- inolsed in civic clubs such as
the Kiwanis Club of Starke. He
is also on the Alachua-
Bradford Workforce
Development Board and has
designed a program, as a
member of that board's Better
Jobs-Better Wages Committee,
that awards financial
assistance to employers who
create new jobs
In recognition for his
involvement on the Alachua-
Bradford Workforce
Development Board, Johsnon
recently\ received the Pat
Farnsworth Bradford County
Community Workforce
Development Award at this
Near's North Florida Regional
Chamber of Commerce
banquet.
Upon receiving the award,
Johnson said. "This is a high
honor and I feel unworthy of
the recognition. I've been in
this community only a short
time, but I pledge, as a pastor
and as a representative of the
chamber, to work to do what I
can to make Bradford County
the best possible place to live."
That sounds like it could
involve some changes,
something Johnson is familiar
wi th.


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Lord thy God with :all thy
heart, and with all thy soul,
and with all thy mind," and,
"Thou shalt love thy neighbor
as thyself."
.As for evangelism, it is the
great commission, Johnson
said, citing the verse, "And he
said unto them. Go ye into all
the world, and preach the
gospel to every creature."
Johnson has certainly' proven
that he loves his neighbor,
having often ministered to
members of his various
congregations who -iave run
afoul of the law.
"Getting people out of jail
has been a not uncommon
characteristic of my ministry,"
Johnson said.'
One of his congregation.
members in Marianna was
arrested for piloting a boat that
carried drugs for someone else.
Johnson's advice for the man-
was to just tell the
truth-answer only- .'the
questions he was asked by
federal authorities, but tell the
truth in those answers. : ;- ...
"I- just prayed earnestly
about that." Johnson said.'"I:
just had this inner sense that.
somehow God was going to do
a miraculous thing."
What happened was-the man
eventually was sentenced to
four months in an Alabama
prison -on a charge involving
income tax, but all drug
charges against him were
dropped.
"Here's why I believe that
happened: He repented of his
sin and he appealed to the
mercy of God," Johnson said.
"God was merciful to him. He
got a good slap on the wrist,
but that's all."
Another incident involved
another member of the church
in Marianna-a man who, as a
tax collector for four counties,
embezzled money. The man
was looking at a possible 80
years in prison
Johnson knew the judge the-
man was going to go before, so
Johnson paid the judge a visit..
He did not try to persuade the
judge the man was innocent.
The .man was guilty and
admitted as much.


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However, Johnson pointed
out that taxpayers were going
to have to pay to keep the man
in prison and also end up
paying to help support his
family, which would end up on
welfare. All that on top of the
money the man had already
stolen from taxpayers.
Johnson proposed a solution
to the judge-withhold
adjudication of guilt, place the
man on probation and allow
him to pay the money back.
"I said, "Furthermore. if he
doesn't pay the money back,
I'll pay it,"' Johnson said.
The judge did indeed take
Johnson's advice, placing the
man on probation and allowing
him to pay the money back.
"That man repayed
everything and he became a
Pastorr" Johnson said.
Johnson's road to becoming
a pastor did not involve
Anything quite: as dramatic as
breaking the law and avoiding
jail time. Instead, he followed
in the .footsteps of his
grandfather and father, though
Johnson did not originally plan
,on entering the ministry.
"I had determined at an early
age, like 8 or 9, that I was
going to be.a,shortstop- for the
Chicago:.White Sox," Johnson
said.' :
Actually,. Johnson said he
did not.fancy a life in which
every move he made would be
under scrutiny; nor did he want
his children to fall under that
same scrutiny.
However, one day as a 21-
year-old engineering student at
the University of Arizona, he
pray*, asking God if his life
was moving in the right
direction. He asked God to
take control of his life and
Johnson said he just knew that
becoming a minister is what
God wanted.
Johnson turned his sights
from majoring in engineering
at Arizona to. attending Lee,
University, a Christian college
in Cleveland, Tenn. Qnly one
problem-Johnson had no
money to make the move.
He went to see A man at a'
bank with whom he had a
casual acquaintance with.
Johnson asked for a loan of
$600 so he could quit his job
and move out of state.
It would be a miracle,
Johnson said, if anyone made


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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 Lakefest 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 by 11 a.m.: Volunteers are
needed, especially for the


uninhabited shoreline areas.
Everone, whether involved
in the cleanup or not, is
invited to join in the Lake
Festival at Melrose Bay Park
at the end of Quail Street from
9 a.m to 3 p.m. the same
daN. This Near's festival will
treat the community to great
music, food, wildlife
demonstrations, en ironmental
information, hands-on exhibits
for the whole family and a
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Christin Brannen and
Kevin Blair Harrison


Brannen and

Harrison to

...wed March 25
: ': Jean and Clarence Biannen
of Lake Butler announce the
upcoming marriage of their
daughter. Chrislin Brannen. 10
Kevin Blair Harrison, son of
Joseph R. Harrison of Lake
Butler and Karen Harrison of
SPensacola.
i The bride-elect is a graduate
6o Union Counit High School
(UCHS) and Lake City
Community College. She is a
nurse at Avalon Health Care.
The groom-elect is a
graduate of UCHS and the
'Uni\ersity of Florida. He is
currently enrolled at Panler
Chiropractic College. He is a
member of Trin.ty Baptist
Church,
The wedding W ill lake place
in First Christian Church at 4
p.m. on Saturday, March 25,
2006.
,A reception will follow at
Lake Butler Elementary
School Cafetorium.
Family and friends are
invited.


Harli Brooke Mosley

Harli Mosley
Maria Wyton of Lawtey and
Brian Moslec of Hampton
announce, the birth of their
daughter, Harli Brooke
Mlosley. on Jan. 18. 2006 in
Gainesville.
Maternal grandparents are
Sharon \ylon and James
Wylon of Lawtey.
Paternal grandparents are
Edna Mosley and Richard
Mosley of Hampton.


Carlos
Nolasco-Reyes
.Ricardo and Crystal
Nolasco-Reyes of Lawtey
announce the birth of their son,
Carlos Andres Nolasco-Reyes,
on Jan. 1, 2006. at Shands
AGH in Gainesville.
Carlos joins siblings Hunter
Koehler, Christian Bullock,
Dauntay Nolasco-Reyes.
Maternal grandparcnls are
Lilly Hart of La\\tev and the
'late Jack Bullock of Cape
Coral.
iMa irnal greal-grandparents
are Joseph and Ann Povisil of
Cape Coral.
Paternal grandparents are
Victor Pulido and Lucinda
Rcves, hoth of Me\tico.
Birth announcements are con-
sidered news and are a free service
of the Bradford County Telegiaph,
Union County Times and .ake
Region Monitor.
Announcements are edited for
style and conctnt. A 1-col. photo
may be included fot $12.


BIRTHS


Thi, \\ ll be the last m / Bradford Lodge No. 35 F&ANI, at
Th ill be e a l f my the comer of Orange and CAll
before the 2006 Bradford Y o t h sireets. in Sltrke has slated commu-
Goat Sho\\ ', hich Is sci.hedled nicaions on the second and fourth
for Saturday, March at 7 Monday of the month at 7:30 p.m..2
p.m. 4-H youth pa ricipating and a covered dish dinner on the
in the goat show should plan second Monday at 6:30 p.m.. :
to attend.
FFA members in Bradford The Bradford County Veteran
"'and Union counties showin2 Service Officer days of service are
oatsiarn alsoiun cited. n Tuesdas and Fridays, from 8 a.m
Goals te Bradford i Co. to 5 p.m For inquiries, please call
Call the Bradford Count (904)966-6385.
Extension Office for more ,.
information at (904) 966-6224. Need volunteers? The


Swine Assoc.
sets fair dates
The Bradford-Union. Swine
Association has announced its
Bradford County fair schedule.
On Monday, March 20, a
swine weigh-in will take place
at I p.m. .. :. ,: :
On Tuesday, March 21, at 7
p.m., there will be a swine
show.
On Saturday, March 25, the
buyers supper will be held
beginning at 5 p.m. with the.
awards ceremony at 6:30 p.m.
and the swine sale at 7 p.m.
For information, call PennN
.Hersey at (386) 496-3315.


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 on
U.S. 301 N in Starke.


Bradford/Union Volunteer Center
can help organizations find volun-
teers on the Interet. Fill out a brief
form and your volunteer opportuni-
ties will be posted at no charge at
www..volunteergateway.org. Forms
may be picked up at the Bradford
Executive Center at 113 E. Call
Street in Starke
The Alachua County
Organization for Rural Needs
(ACORN) Clinic offers flee mam-
mograms and annual pap.smears to
women 50 and older who have little'
or no health insurance. Hours:
Mon.-Thurs., 8.30 a.m.-5 p.m.;
Tuesday night clinic, 7-9 p.m.;
Friday, 8:30 -11 a.m. ACORN is
located in Brooker. Call (352) 485'
1133.


Dobbs and Greer to wed in April


'Robert and Dianria Dobbs of
Lawley announce the
engagement and upcoming
marriage of their daughter.
Nicole A. Dobbs. to Seih A.
Greer IV, son of Seth and Lori
Greer of San Bernardino,
Calif.
The bride-elect graduated
From Bradford High School in
2004. She is a lance corporal in
the United Stales Marine
Corps. She is stationed at
Parris Island, S.C. and attends
the University of South
Carolina.
The groom-elect was home
schooled and graduated in San
Bernardino. He is a lance
corporal in the United States
Marine Corps. He is also
stationed at Parris Island and
attends the University of South
Carolina.
The wedding is planned for
Saturday, April 15, 2006 at 6


Harley Lee and
Michelle Zettle


Zettle and Lee

to wed

M.c
March 25
Roberta and David Nail of
Green Cove Springs announce
'the upcoming marriage of their
daughter. lichelle Zettle of
Starke,- to Harley Lee. of:
Slarke, son of .Gloria
Roberisori of Blackshear, Ga.
.and the late Marvin Lee of
Jacksonville.
.The bride-elect is a graduate
of Keystone Heights High
School; She is .currently
enrolled at Santa Fe
Community College and works
at Western Steer Steak House.:
The' groom-elect is
employed at Hardee Timber.
The wedding will take place
on Saturday, March 25, 2006 at
6:30 p.m., in Camp Blanding
Chapel.
A reception will follow in'
Cooper Hall.
Family and, friends are.
invited .


Justin Selvaggio


Selvaggio

places in

welding

competition
On Feb. 1t, '7-year-old
Justin Selvaggio of Starke took
third place in "the Tulsa
Welding School senior welding
competition.
Thirty competitors from all
over Florida and Georgia
participated in the ever't which
was held in Jacksonville.
The competition included
students who have been
welding for up to four years.
The third-place prize was a
Lincoln 225 AC stick welding
machine and $30 cash.


Seth A. Greer IV and
Nicole A. Dobbs
p.m. at Camp Blanding
Chapel in Starke.
" A reception will follow the
ceremony at Starke Golf and
Country Club.,
Family and friends are
invited. RSVP to Dianna
Dobbs, (904) 782-199,6 or 769-
1263 (cell).


The son of Linda Miller,
Justin is a first-year student in
applied gelding technology at
BrdJ tord Lin i, n .A\rea
Vocational Technical. He is a
senior at Bradford High
School.
"\While only a first year
student, Justin has advanced at
a gret3 rate because of his hard
%kork." said welding instructor'
Mark Geiger.


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March 9, 2006 TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR--B-SECTION Page 7B


Boy Scouts
host
tournament,
raise money


- BY LINDSEY KIRKLAND
Telegraph Staff Writer
Rain threatened to rum the
event, but the 4" Annual Boy
$Scouts of America Troop 70:
Golf Tournament went off
\%jthout any major glitches
'Feb. 25.
Thirteen teams competed in
the tournament at the Starke
Golf and Country Club.
First place went to team
members Link Bishop, Kevin
Connor, Bill Hamilton and
Brad Bishop.
,The second place team was
comprised' of' Joe Sanford,
Skcippy Crawford, Jim Spears,
and Damien Ames.
.The third place team'
included members Skippy
C.rawford, Timmy' Nughton,
Scott Jones and Jeff Crawford.
rThe putting contest came
down to a tie between George
Chnova and Barrett Cooper.
C:oper won $25 when he sunk
his final putt.. ,


WIDOW
Continued from page 4B
those in the future have the
right to remove tombstones,
rock plots, .still owned and
basically leased out? How long
does our Jease last, eternally, a
lifetime, 99 years, until there
are no family members left, or
someone decides to sell the
cemetery or that it is no longer
feasible to. have those sites
there because they aren't
maintained to a certain
unspecified code?
What will become of the old,
severely deteriorated section of
the cemetery or is that
protected because it is out of
site therefore out of mind?
Who exactly owns Crosby
Lake Cemetery and who thow


Barrett Cooper putts his way to a $25 prize
after tying with George Canova (background)
in this earlier round.


Tournament coordinator
Wynette Browning said the
turnout w as pretty good with
13 teams competing and lots of
dedicated business who


sponsored door prizes or
course holes.
The Boy Scouts raised
mone) for their weeklong
summer camp in Georgia.


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picture hanging in their
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you or your agent be allowed
to enter that property or
apartment and remove \hat
offends a member of that
governing body? Isn't that in
comparison a form of
vandalism, theft, breaking and
entering.
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consider us as only renters for
our deceased %we still have
rights and just as a person in a
home or apartment has to be
notified before their premises is
entered. Shouldn't we have
been notified.
Politicians access the
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One last thought every time
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Luncheon raises money for breast cancer research


BY LINDSEY KIRKLAND.
Telegraph Staff Writer
More than 100 Bradford and
Union County women
gathered at the Starke Golf and
Country. Club on Feb. 23,i to
support breast cancer research
ir, the best way they knew
how: talking, eating and
shopping.
The event raised money for
the Vera Bradley Foundation.
for Breast Cancer, which Vefa
Bradley Designs' owners
started after they lost a friend
to breast cancer.
The company has raised


:more than $3.5 million since
1994, according to the
nonprofit organization, which
has led to cancer
breakthroughs at Indiana
University School of
Medicine.,
The chair of oncology at the
university, endowed by Vera
Bradley Designs Inc., is
currently, working -on
biomarker technology to
discover breast cancer through
a blood test, even before a
lump appears.
The luncheon wasorganized
by local breast cancer survivor


Lynn Melvin (left) speaks with Vera Bradley
sales representative Natalie Clark about her
battle with breast cancer before she speaks at
the breast cancer awareness event.


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Sylvia Tatum, ,Dimple
Overstreet (who sells Vera
Bradley products) and Vera
Bradley sales representative
Natalie Clark.
Women could donate money
for pink ribbons and purchase
Vera Bradley products at the
luncheon. They also received
free gifts and door prizes from
Overstreet and Vera Bradley.
Twenty percent of the sales
on that day .went to the
foundation. Throughout the
year, a portion of Vera
Bradley's handbag patterns
"New Hope" and "Hope Toile"
go to the company's
foundation.
Brooker Elementary School
Principal Lynn Melvin was the
guest speaker who talked about
her fight with cancer.
Her plight with' cancer
started in January 2004 when
she went for annual
mammograms. Regular check-
ups are the best way to prevent
disease, she said.
A benign cist %%as removed.
yet her test results showed
at pical cells.
A specialist at Shands, in
'Gainesville was the next stop
upon .the recommendation, ,f
her doctor.
It did not show anything, but
the next trip to the doctor
brought bad news
"When I went back, his first
words when I walked in'the
door %ere 'You have breast
cancer,'" Melvin said.
She said the \wa. the doctor
handled the situation made her
uneasy. She recommended
women be aware of their own


USA Gymnastic!

funds, new builc


BY LINDSEY KIRKLAND
Telegraph Staff Writer.
USA Gymnastics students
were literally bending over
backward to raise money for
their new gymnasium.
The business has been in
existence for more than 1,8
years, and on Saturday, Feb.
18, it held its first ever fund-
raiser.
The Flip-a-Thon was an
event .where the student
gymnasts obtained pledges for
the number of flips they could
complete, Based on his or her
skill level, any student could
perform up to 100 jumps, flips
and other tasks requiring great
flexibility.
SMoney was needed for
10,000 foam cubes to fill the
training pit at the site of the
new USA Gymnastics gym at
the Industrial Park on S.R. 100.
in Starke. The cost of this
material was approximately
$7,000.
The foam will greatly
increase the students'
confidence in their ability to


Ronnie McReynolds

dismount and tumble without a'
spotter, said coach Ronnie
McReynolds, who owns the
business with his wife, Joani.
Students performed for four
hours and raised a large
portion of the money.
With the Flip-a-Thon,
McReynolds is closer to
Opening up the new gym.
He said he is excited about
the gym because USA


s raises,

ling

Gymnastics has mainly been a
mobile business.
McReynolds said he was a
competitive swimmer and
played baseball, but became.-
interested in gymnastics in_
high school when his friends
started building muscles doing--
the sport.
"I was a late starter," he'"
said, and he learned a lot of his


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home pool.
After receiving. safety
certifications, he and his wife"
got their start professionally in- -
October 1988. -
In Georgia at the time, he-.
was managing a restaurants
and his wife was teaching
gymnastics. They both knew
they wanted to move back to:
Florida. .
"We were very fortunate,":
McReynolds said of the fact::-
they got their first job with
relatively no expenses.
He said the city of Alachua,..
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At the Feb. 23 luncheon, breast cancer survivor Sylvia Tatum (left) and
Vera Bradley sales representative Natalie Clark talk to survivor Carol
Kelley of. Lake Butler. .Kelley shows she was strong enough to: win her. :
fight with "the dragon" called breast cancer.

health and trust their doctors.
She didn't ha\e this feeling
-with the specialist. so she \ent
to one she did trust.
SThrough the process, Melvin
"found she had a noninvasive
cancer
"If you have to -have any.
'(cancer),' it's tie kind to have," _
she said. .-
Through invasive tumors on *:
her chest wall, 34 radiation .
treatments and surgeries, she i .hake a
said she wash"very blessed."
"My faith in God has helped 1 ';
me through," she said. '
Melvin thanked everyone for.
"small acts of kindness," that
took the form of cards, pra. ers
or asking ,how she was doing
during the treatment.
She said if a person does not Betsy Meng (right) receives a pink breast
have cancer, they can still help cancer awareness ribbon from: Rub yrC. aford
by reaching out to those in after donating to breast cancer. research.'
need.
Overstreet said the- event
would not have been possible the event.
without Tatunl, who donated Event organizers thanked all said they hope.to continue the
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SMcReynolds helps another young gymnast-in-
the-making, Tricia Redding, 6, with her flip.

S" '' city, and the business was at
Y M to use the leftover equipmer
SThe original program only h,
Continued from p. 8B 45 students.
: II "l's safe equipment," 1


had equipment in storage
where they no longer taught
gymnastics in school. Their
f.rjst program was for the
icreational department for the

f7E~ dl


Wle
it.,
ad.
he "


said.
Through the years, as USA
Gymnastics grew,' they were
'able to buy this reliable
equipment at auctions, schools,


YMCAs and organizations that
were no longer teaching
gymnastics because of the
great Iability.
Si rce 1988, the
McReynolds' business has
grow from those first 45
students to more than 350
students.
These students were able to
be reached because he and his
wife loaded the foldable gym
mats up on a trailer, hauling
them county. to county, to
teach classes. In their early'
years, they even brought their.
two, young children, Heather
and Ron, along with them.
USA Gymnastics got a more
permanent location when the
McReynolds began focusing
on Strrke and opened up their
first stationary location at 322
S. Wqlnut St. Classes are still
held ip Lake Butler a few days
a week. -
A 16-week Saturday.
program is held in Keystone
Heights with approximately 60
students, and a Macclenny
program has been in existence
since 992 with approximately
70-80 Mtudents.
"We try to teach kids the
basic' fundamentals of
gymnastics with progressions,"
he sai l.
After school until about 9
p.m..; McReynolds coaches
pre-schoolers up to high
schoolers who want to be
cheerleaders or gymnasts who
want ito be the next Shannon
NMillei or Kerri Strug.
With the new gymnasium,


(L-R) Nate Gordon, 6, Kasey Alford, 9, and Erica Kinghorn,
the balance beam after finishing all 100 of their flips at the
r .' '


he hopes to expand the
business by offering adult
gymnastic classes if there is an
interest.;
He said the gym will allow
;him to offer a variety of
classes, too.
In the current gym on
Walnut Street, the students
have to be careful not to hit
roof beams on the uneven bars
or dismount the balance beam
with no mat underneath.
The new building will allow
the addition.of rings, in-ground
training pits, a pommel horse,
parallel bars, more room for
tumbling and a larger
springboard floor.
Some of this new equipment
,should attract more male
students.
"We'd like to offer boys
classes if we can get more
boys." McReynolds said.
The old gym had dimensions
of 80 feet by 30 feet, whereas
the new one will be 100 feet
by 50 feet, more than doubling
the area, he said. The old
ceiling height was 15 feet,
where the new one will be 18
feet at its highest point.
McRevnolds said the
groundbreaking was in the
-summer of 2005, and he
owned the property for two
years prior, trying to plan and
save money for the building
and equipment.
In one year's time, he said
the price of construction went
up 50 percent.
Another feature of the gym
will- be heating and air-
conditioning, a luxury he does
not have on Walnut Street.


The building will include an
observation room for parents
and younger siblings, who
would wander onto the mats to
watch their older brother or
sister practice.
All of these features will
allow USA Gymnastics to be-
open more days a week,
McReynolds said, resulting in
a more thorough instruction
time and expanded programs.
He encourages all of his
students to watch the
University of Florida
gymnastics team.
"We're noncompetitive
(right now), but we hope to
start next year," he said aboutV
13, pose on creating a- competitive
FiIp-a-Thon. / cheerleading team. 2007 will
bring competitive gymnastics
Steams-if all goes as planned.


Seven-year-old Kierston Boatwright Is
captured here in midair, while her ponytails try
to keep up with her flips.


"I'm really looking forward
to opening the-building," he
said.
The gym will not only give
'them more room when it
opens, he said, but room f6r


ACLS
recertification
offered at

Shands
An advanced cardidc- life
support recertificaion course
Swill be offered at Shands


expansion in the future if the:
business continues to grow. -,
McReynolds said to look for
a grand opening ceremony :iti
late March.


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from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
The course is free to Shands
Starke employees, but $150
for all others. .To register,
contact Billie Engskow at
(904)368-2300. ext. 254.
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Recent arrests Bradford sets
in Bradford, DUI safety
Clay or Union checkpoint
The following individuals Bradford County deputies
were arrested recently by local l br conducting a deriving
- law enforcement officers in undew ill b e o nductin dr
.g ,i .. ..ord ---- oCa teys om__ tidr--he- iftnuenee- -TtDU
-DBradford,---Cla- TKey safety checkpoint on S.R. 16,
Heights area) or Union east of Starke, on Friday,
County: March1--7.
"The purpose of this activity
Traffic..... is to detect ad, apprehend


Jerome Lee, 42, of Lawtey
was arrested March 4 by Officer
King for no .valid driver's
license NVDLj and giving
false name to law enforcement
officer. When Lee's GMC
pickup was first stopped at
5:30 a.m., he gave Charles Lee
as his name. When he was told
Charles Lee had arrest warrants,
Lee changed his mind and his
name, Officer King said. Bond
asset at $2,000.
St'acy Rqberts, 27. of Starke
was arrested March 2 by
Deputy Jones forDWLS and
on a warrant from Alachua
County for felony DWLS.
Surety bonds totalling $10,500
were posted for Roberts'
release.
Devon McBride, 19, of
Starke was arrested Feb. 28 by
probation officers for violation
of probation battery on law
enforcement officer, concealed
weapon and sale of cocaine.
Juvoyn Diggs of Lawtey was
arrested Feb. 28 by Bradford
Sgt. Ray White for failure to
appear violation of probation
worthlesss checks and NVDL.
Surety bonds totalling $9,000
were posted for Diggs' release.

Teen dies in
Monday, crash
on U.S. 301
A i 18-year-old with a Starke
address was killed Monday'
evening when his vehicle
overturned on U.S. 301 south
of C.R. 227.
David McKenzie was dead at
the _scene, according .to the
Florida Highway Patrol.
Driving a 1988 Ford Mustang,
McKenzie was southbound in-
- --the-:outside' lane approaching
the rear of other southbound
traffic, according to FHP Cpl.
James Starling. As McKenzie's
Mustang came upon the rear of
other-traffic in the outside lane,
McKenzie swerved into the
inside lane -and- around- the
vehicle occupying the outside
lane. With traffic also in the
inside lane, McKenzie travelled
to the median, Cpl. Starling
said.
Upon entering the median,
McKenzie lost control and the
vehicle overturned, travelling
across the northbound lanes of
U.S.. 301.
The Mustang came to rest
upside down on the northbound
shoulder with McKenzie
partially ejected, Cpl. Starling
said.
Speed may have been, a
contributing cause of the 8
p!ni.m crash, Cpl. Starling said.
It is unknown if McKenzie was
wearing a seatbelt.

Minor injuries
occur in
horse vs. car
incident
Only minor injuries were
reported after a horse with a.
rider sideswiped a vehicle
Sunday 'morning on U.S. 301
south of Starke.
At 10:45 a.m., on March 5, a
2003: Mercury, driven by
Layton Roush, 79, of
_.Hampton was. northbound on-
U.S. 301 when a horse with
rider Jerry Wilson came onto
the highway. The horse and
rider hit the Mercury .on the
right front bumper and side,
crushing the door and busting
the. side window. Wilson
managed to stay on the horse
and both escaped serious
injury.
Passenger Norma Roush was
covered with. glass and was
transported to Shands Starke.
She was treated for minor cuts..
-.- and-reteased.-
A complete report of the
accident was unavailable as of
press time.


Union plans
checkpoints
Union County deputies will
be conducting driver license
and vehicle inspection
checkpoints throughout the
county during the next several
weeks.
Deputies will concentrate on
defective vehicle equipment
and drivers who violate the
laws of Florida to ensure the


protection of all motorists.


people who are driving under
the influence of alcoholic
beverages and/or drugs.
The checkpoint is part of the
continuing .effort of the
sheriff's office to protect the
citizens and travelers within
the county from impaired
drivers.

FHP
checkpoint
locations
for March
The Florida Highway Patrol
will be conducting driver
license and vehicle inspection
checkpoints during this month
in Bradford and Union
counties.
Recognizing the danger
presented to the public by


defective vehicle equipment,
troopers will concentrate their
efforts on vehicles being
operated with defects such as
bad brakes, worn tires and
defective lighting equipment.
In addition, attention will be
directed toward drivers who
i- vae -heh drive TTce-nse laws
of Florida.
The patrol has found the
checkpoints to be an effective
means of enforcing the
equipment and driver license
laws of Florida while ensuring
the protection of all motorists.
The checkpoints are as
follows:

Union County
C.R. 238 and S.R. 238 west
of Lake Butler, S.R. 121 in
Raiford. north of Raiford and:
in Worthington Springs. C.R.
16 west of Starke. C.R. 18 west
of Worthington Springs, S.R.
231 south of Lake Butler, C.R.
229 north of S.R. 121, CR.
231 Bradford/Union line.

Bradford County
S.R. 230 east of Starke, C.R.
100A east of Starke, C.R. 231
in Brooker, C.R. 225 west of,
Lawtey, C.R. .225 at C.R. 227.
C.R. 229 north of Starke,
Speedville Road. C.R. 221 in
Hampton, SW 75th Ave. west
of Starke, C.R. 18 at C.R. 221,


C.R. 18 in Hampton, C.R. 225
east of Lawtey, C.R. 225 at
C.R. 229, S.R. 16 west of
Starke, Market Road north of
Starke, C.R. 18 west of
Hampton, S.R. 227.


FHP troopers
ticket speed
offenders
Florida Highway Patrol
troopers report 3.838 speeding
citations were issued during
Operation Safe Ride March 2-
- 3.
The 48-hour statewide'
unlawful speed enforcement
operation was created in
response to a growing concern
over' 'aggressive drivers and
incidents of road, 'rage
throughout Florida. The first
phase of Operation Safe Ride
was launched Feb. 26-27.
Total citations issued were
7,748, misdemeanors 251.
warnings 810 and faulty
equipment 422. Driving under
the influence 31, occupant
restraint citations 747,
aggressive driving citations
141 and other citations 2,924.


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Section C: Thursday, March 9, 2006 Telegraph Times Monitor



Camp Blanding hosts training periods year round

BY CLIFF SMNELLEY the regular Army is utilizing Blanding has been increasing training troops receive has experiencing in the Operation Enduring Freedom
Telegraph Staf Writer its own installations more in over a number of years, but it changed since 9-11. contemporary operating in Afghanistan," Cauley said.
support of overseas operations. has increased even moreso "'The type of training that's environment right now, Training may involve
'Camp Blanding's mission Increased training after9-11I. scheduled right now is particularly with Operation
has not changed-it still exists throughout the year at Likewise, the type of replicating what units are Iraqi Freedom and, to.a degree. See BLANDING, p. 3C
to provide military) training.
,What has changed in recentI I,,, I r,, '
years is how often that training
lakes place. '.
In the past. Blanding's busy ,
periods have occurred during : :
the summer and on various
:weekends throughout the year.
However, now the post is a
busy place pretty much all year
long.
NMaj. Cecil Cauley,
operations and plans officer
with the Florida Army
National Guard, said Blanding
is not only hosting National !i. 7""
Guardsmen, but every branch V,-,.
of military service and its N O
reserve components. C, U'
The Air Force's 820"'
Security Forces Group, out of i'2
Moody Air Force Base in
'Georgia, has been training
monthly at Blanding.
"Their. primary) mission is
.airfield security in country for
Operation Iraqi Freedom and
Enduring Freedom," Cauley
said. "They come here on a C HK
monthly basis for their pre- T I
deployment training as they'reA
rotating their squadrons in and
out of the country." .E
A couple of weeks ago,
Coast Guard port security R
boats were on one of
Blanding's lakes conducting -
live fire exercises.
"This is the only place -
where they can really do that,"
Caule) said, adding that
Blanding is also the only
training range available for the
Coast Guard's helicopter
interdiction tactical squadron.
Cauley said he expects
Camp Blanding to become an
even busier place in the future
as more and_ more military
units look for places to
conduct their training because


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The annual camp. which is
scheduled for May 31-June 3, 'e m
8 a.m.-2 p.m.. will be held at
the Union County High School
gym. It is open to boys and
girls in grades K-7. and is also
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Riley has christened "Bradford
County Strai berry." Her
personal faronites are plumeria
and pearberry, but the Scent of
the Month for March is
"Countr\ Pear Pie," a blend of
pear, spiced pear and creme
brulee.
Scent Bar's conception took
place three years ago while
browsing an online store
offering only a handful of
fragrance choices. Her research
discovered similar offerings
with similar\ limited choices
A self-described "princess."
Riley set out to establish a
shop offering boundless
choices. That shop opened on
Walnut Street in January.
Riley once owned a salon at
the comer of Call and Walnut,
The Nailerie, but relocated to
Jacksonville with her husband
when the Navy stationed him
at Mayport. A Bradford County
native with deep roots in the
community, she said she was
desperate to get back
downtown n,
"I think do% ntowq should be
a hip little hub, so we're
working on that," Riley" said.
Main Street Starke Inc.
Manager Kim Skidmore said
she was thrilled with Scent Bar
and proud that Riley was doing
something exciting, innovative
and new downtown.
Riley is joined by her
mother, Sandra Jones, who has
been doing hair for 35 years
and now \\orks next door at
Joli Chevaux. Also on board


Scent Bar's crew: (I-r) Lorie Riley, her daughter, Katlyn Riley, her mother, Sandra
Jones, and her sisters, Deana and Ashly Jones.



Scent bar experiencing


sweet smell of


successnoF


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD' sounds fine for the ladies but products for the home like'
Telegraph Editor won't interest a "man's man," candles and fine linen wash.
think again. Riley's stock They're equal parts practical
You can mosev up to a new includes masculine herbal, and pampering.
bar in downtown Starke and spicy and woodsy scents, and The products are all-natural,
toddle away drunk on aroma she says her choosiest hypoallergenic; use vegan
and limitless possibility, customers are male through formulations and are tested dn'
Scent Bar owner Lorie Riley and through and appreciate the family members, not animals.
has spent her entire life simplicity of products like an The sole preservati\e i"
workingin the field of beauty, all-over body wash suitable for vitamin E, Riley said, and aill
and tier passion has plunged skin and hair. start out unscented. Some
her even further. into the "Men like simplicity. They products are manufacturedib., a
multimillion dollar industry don't want a bunch of fuss. but company hand-picked. for
now that she's opened a shop I will tell \ou, we ha'e more sharing the all-natural
Shie customerss become men spending money. -They philosophy, while others like'
customizerss." come in anid they're really bath fizzies are born in- a
Featuring more than 30 intense about picking their kitchen called the "Think
different products and more scents. They're vern specific, Tank," and are made on site.: :
than 160 different fragrances to very particular," Riley said. In fact, Rile. said she's been
perfume them, Scent Bar is a Much of the fun comes from mixing up concoctions like'
bath enthusiast's dream come blending two or three different lotion for years and was
true. -: scents to yield a fragrance working on new bubble:'bath
"That's the whole thing. unique'to you, In this way, the bars shaped like cookies,
You can have it exactly the selection really is limited only cupcakes and brownies just last
way you want it in endless by your imagination. Not a week.
combinations," Riley said.... ,big fan of "dirt" on its own,
Lo e lavender?. Crave Riley raves over its appeal Fragrances are. premium
coconut? Hung up on when combined with, "black blends of essential oils from a
honeydew? There's something tea." fragrance house highly regarded
to appeal to everyone's Products available cover the in the industry, and RileN.
olfactory sense, and you can gamut from soaps, gels and spent years selecting those on
even, tint your products of. lotions to cleanse and the Scent Bar 'menu"' fo'thleir
~NailWalli stuiV shoW~,BI-,.ntu'TJ',theibod Siit ticityWJ.
curtain." and hair care proci and o is
" -iuT 'I'i- Wthumb to e .d *d ,,


speak of' Scent Bar can fill
your home with flowers like
rose, jasmine, gardenia, freesia,
frangipani and honeysuckle.
Slave to a sweet tooth? Satisfy
it with a shower shot of fudge
brownie, cr6me brulee,
gingersnap or. peach cobbler.
Kids hate bath time? Well they
probably love bubblegum,
cotton candy and orange
Dreamsicles. If that sounds
good enough to eat, well,
some of them are. Those go
into the Lickable Lip Gloss
and into the edible massage oil
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are her sisters, Ashly and
Deana Jones. \ ho are in charge
of sales and distribution and
enthusiastically join customers
in scent selection
Ho\\ appropriate that a shop
all about bath and beauty is
really cleaning up. Riley said
business has surpassed
expectations. The response has
been awesome. she said.
"We did probably 12 times
better than \hat \we thought
we Uould do in the first
month, so I was ver
impressed u nh that." she said.
With a nel\ I.launched Web
site and plans to open


additional shops in Fleming
Island and Atlanta by the end
of next year, Riley is bathing
in her own success.
The Scent Bar is located at
116 N. Walput St. and online
at www.scentbaronline.com,
where.you can find a complete
product listing, descriptions of
the shop's e\er-e\panding
fragrance collection and send a
gift to a friend-or ha'e
something mixed for yourself
and ready to pick up on \our
\way home. To plan an in-shop
party for six to 10 of \our
closest friends, call the shop at
(90-) 964-9991.


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Bl:1 Adams Chevrolet of Star ce honors n

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employee of the year for 2005


STARKE, FL In a recent annual
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was given the customer satisfaction
employee of the year award for 2005.
McCrandall has been with Bill Adams


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Members of the 2nd of the 162nd Field Artillery unit of the Puerto Rico Army
National Guard fire a 155mm gun during training exercises at Camp Blanding in
2004. .


LANDING
Continued from p. 1ic

perimeter security and
performing vehicle inspections
at tactical control points, for
example.
"Yoi. also have a lot of role
playing that's involved with
this, ranging from a small
attack on-ybur perimeter to
dealing with someone who
brings a ick child to the
checkpoint and wants medical
attention," Cauley said. "What
it does is it really makes our
junior.-leaders and soldiers
think."
Thinking is also a critical
part of certain live-fire
exercises where targets pop up,
but not every target should be
shot. Such exercises train
: soldiers to be prudent and
discriminate when firing their
weapons, Cauley said.
Training in convoy-
operations has also become
important' since the Jessica
Lynch incident;'
"Not only do we work
simulations of convoys, but we,
-conduct convoy live fire,"
'Cauley said. "Four or five
:vehicles may be traveling
;6wn a path and all of a
sudden the targets pop up and
(soldiers) have to engage.
Again, all of those targets may
be friendly or they may be a
threat."
Soldiers also participate in
training that .Jepares't0 0lefct.*
urban terrains they may find
themselves in overseas. A 16-
building facility that replicates.
a small community is used for
such purposes and is located
on Blanding's south post.
Troops training, at Camp
Blanding are also, learning
individual skills such as
reflexive firing, in which
.soldiers bring their weapons up
and fire at a target quickly
without aiming.:
"Reflexive fire is a very
good survival "tool for our
soldiers in -close-quarters
situations like the) are in built-
up areas," Cauley said.
While this type of training is
taking place year round, Camp
Blanding will still experience
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from the United Kingdom
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Blanding for joint training
exercises. Camp Blanding has
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Bradford baseball team defeats Union in extra innings


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Jason Smyth delivered a hit
down the first-base line with
the bases loaded to give .the
-Bradford baseball team- a9-8 '
win over visiting Union
County in eight innings on
March 2
The Tornadoes, who
allowed the Tigers to score
three.unearned runs in the first
inning, trailed for most of the


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Kasey Barrett pitched in 24
innings' two consecutive
nights, striking out 41 batters
and giving up just two walks,
but the effort was not enough
to get the Bradford softball
team a win in either game.
Fifteen of those innings
pitched by Barrett (5-3) came
in a 2-0 loss to District 3-4A
opponent Santa Fe on March 3
in Starke.
----It-was-quite a pitchers' duel
as Barrett-struck out a school-
record,'lbatters an- SaniFte
pj,tcher, eyy). ndj.e struck
out 25, which was a Santa'Fe
record.
"It was one of the very best
games you could be involved
in or see," Bradford-head
coach Shane McFadyen said.
The scoreless marathon
finally ended in the top of the
15h' when Santa Fe's Allison
Harris hit a two-run homer.


game and were down tmo runs
in the bottom of the ,seenth
Smyth and John Ryan
Palladino hit consecutive
singles before Smiyth-stole
third after Justin Mundorff
struck out. An error on the
throw to third allowed Smyth
to come: home and pull his
team within one.
Jernard Beard ripped a
single into right field that
scored Palladino, tying the
game and sending it into extra


That home run kept the fifth-
ranked Raiders perfect record
(11-0, 4-0 in District 3) intact,
while Bradford, h\hich had just
two hits in the game, fell to 1-4
in the district and was 7-4
overall heading into its March
8 game against Keystone.
Bradford hitters managed-
just two hits off of Findley, but
the Tornadoes played well
defensively. Barrett recorded
two straight strikeouts to end
one inning )with a Santa Fe
runner on second and
McFadyen said Nikki Goolsby
and Samantha Stocker each
made plays in the infield in
pressure situations
McFadyen said one of the:
biggest plays was turned in by
Holly Best when she threw a
runner out who was tagging up.
at second. It was part of a
double play that ended an
inning.
The Tornadoes will-travel to
play district opponent
Middleburg Thursday, March


innings.
Union's Jeremy Shuler led
off the eighth by drawing a
walk, but Palladino, who
entered the game in-the sixth in
relief of David Duncan, forced
the Tigers' Tyler Osteen to fly
out to center and Michael
Cochran to ground out to
shortstop Cory Elasik.
Bradford's Jeremy Pombier
led off his team's half of the
eighth with a high pop-up that
dropped for a single. Zach


King was hit by a pitch and
Michael Tew singled before
Smyth delivered the game
winner.
The Tigers, who fell to 2-2,
went up 3-0 in the top of the
first- after Bradford dropped
two fly.balls and committed an
error in the infield.
Bradford would come back
in the bottom half of the inning
and pull to within one, with a
wild pitch scoring Pombler.
Union would go up 5-2 in


Indians take 6-1 win over Bradford


BY CLIFF SMELLEY King wasted a scoring
Telegraph Staff Writer opportunity when. he was
caught in a rundown between
Keystone Heights pitcher second and third on a ball put
Anthony Giurate allowed just in play b) Cole Rhbden. After
one run through fi\e innings he was tagged out, Jason
while his teammates collected Smyth hit a single.
six hits in the Indiais' 6-1 win Keystone (2-5) scored all the
over Bradford on March 6 in runs it would need in the
Starke. second inning. Lans Hardin
The only serious threat singled to score Clayton
posed by Bradford (3-4) came Mosley, then came around to
in the third inning, when the ,ore himself on a single by
Tornadoes scored their lone Michael Williams.
run. Jernard Beard led off the David Thomas put the
inning by drawing a walk, but Indians up 3-0 in the third
he was then promptly picked when his single-brought Blake
off at first. ---L-.-lon home.
That proved costly as Wil Breton hit a single in the
Jerem) Pombier hit a double, fourth that scored Tyler
followed by a single by Zach Richardson. Breton then
King that scored Pombler. scored the first of two runs in


the sixth inning. .
Breton \as hit by a pitch
and advanced to third on a
single by Cole Belote. Thomas
was then hit by a pitch to load
the bases.
That set the stage for
Mosley, who drove in two
runners with a single.
Mosley and Belote each
went 2-for-4 for the Indians.
while Williams was 2-for-3.
.Bradford's leading batter.'
%\as Pombier, who was,2'-f-d3-, 3
K e st o n e p fa 'd
Middleburg March 7 and will
travel to Pierson to play
District 6-3A opponent Ta.lor
Thursday, March 9. at 6 p.m.
On Tuesday. March I1-4, the
Indians travel to Lake Butler to
play district opponent Union


9. then host Bishop K1erny
Friday, March 10.
On Wednesday, M ych 15,
the Tornadoes travel'tpA pla;'..
Interlachen.
Game times are scheduled'
for approximately 7 p.m.

Earlier result:

Ridgeview 2 BHS 1.
Bradford committed two
errors in the top of the ninth,
which allowed visiting
Ridgeview to score'a 'rutrand
hand the Tornadoes a 2-1..
district loss on laF: L ',..,
Barrett pitched all nine
innings, giving up four hits,
one walk and one earned run
while striking out 14.
Ridgeview scored first, but
Bradford tied the game in the
fourth on an RBI single by
Jessica McClellan. That scored
Kelly Riddick, whd reached on
a single.


County at 7 p.m.
Bradford hosts District 3-4A
opponent liddleburg Friday,
March 10, beginning at 3:30
p.m.' with a junior varsity
game. The Tornadoes then
travel to play Union Count\
Monday, March 13, at 7 p.m.
before hosting district
opponent Suwannee Tuesday,
March 14. at 5 p.m.

Earlier BHS result:

Santa Fe 4 BHS 1
Struggles offensively and
defensively cost the Tornadoes
in a 4-1 loss to district
opporerit Santa Fe on March 3
in Alachua.
All of Santa Fe's runs were
unearned because of Bradford
errors, while Pombier was one
of the few bright spots
offensively, going 2-for-3 % %ith
a double.
Charles Jones pitched well.
going five innings and giving
up just three hits.
The loss dropped the
Tornadoes to 1-2 in the
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the. second, taking advantage 'bottom of the inning. Elasik
of two mioreBradford errors. and Pombier each drew a walk
The score remained to lead off the inning before
unchanged until the top of the Rhoden took the.second pitch
fifth. Brett Maddox reached'. he saw. over.the right field
base for the Tigers on a single, fence.
then scored on another single :The.teams exchanged runs
by Roberts. in the si\th inning and the
That put the Tigers ip by Tigers went up 8-6 with a run
four, but Cole Rhoden cut his in the seventh before Bradford
team's deficit to one with a rallied to send the game.intd
three-run home run in the extra innings.



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lnt softball team takes


advantage of errors in win


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Keystone Heights scored
five runs onjust two hits in the
fourth. inning to defeat the
visiting Newberry softball
team 9-1 on March.L~ 3 --
The liidians (5-1) took
advantage of four Newberry
errors in the fourth.'
Michelle Houser reached on
a single and Kellie Spaulding
drew a walk before Kasey
Fagan reached on an error,
scoring Houser. Karlyn
Reddish then reached on an
error, which scored Spaulding.
before Tor Jolley, who was 3-
for-3, singled to score courtesy
runner Dani Suit.
Kim Russell and Becca
Heavrin reached on errors,
allowing Reddish and Jolley to
score.
Donna Wheeler,, and
"'Spaulding doubled and tripled,
respectively, in a four-run third
inning. Spaulding's triple
scored Wheeler and Spaulding
was brought home by a Fagan
single.
Suit, a courtesy runner for
Fagan, stole two bases before.
Reddish drew 'a walk. Both
runners scored on a single by
Russell. ., ,
Fagan (4-0) picked up the
'win, giving up one hit in four
innings. MaryAnne McCall, in
relief, struck out seven of the
nine batters she faced in three
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innings.
Keystone' played Bradford,
March 8 and will host district
opponent Pierson Taylor
Tuesday, March 14, at 6 p.m.
The' Indians arel 3-0 in the
district.
- ( ,'.' *

Earlier result:

.KH 8 Interlachen 0
Ke)ysone scored all of its
runs in the last two innings in
an 8-0 win over District 6-3A
opponent. Interlachen on
.March 2.


The Indiains'did riot score
until the sixtl, inning when'
Heavrin and Reddish scored on
an error.
In the seventh, Wheeler
singled and Houser. walked
before Fagan hit a home run to
put the Indians up'.5-0.
Suit.hit a triple that scored
Reddish before' scoring herself
on an .error.
Reddish was. 2-for-3 and,
Russell was 2-for-4.
Fagan, who. pitched the last
three innings, earned the win.
She had five strikeouts and
allowed jltst one hit, as did
McCall. .


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BHS players Newman,


Nichols will play at:St. Johns


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Bradford High School senior
Jachael Nichols was not
planning on playing\ olleyball
in college. Instead, she was
focusing all of her attention on
working toward a nursing
degree.
Her teammate Tosha
Newman, however, knew she
could play beyond high school.
and told her, in "fact, that she
wbuld.
Newman was right,'as both
players were offered
scholarships by St. Johns River
Community College in Palatka
after participating in open-gym
tryouts.
"When I tried out, .Ijust felt
something different." Nichols
said. "Something in'nm) heart
told me I needed to play. Now
I've got a full scholarship and
I'm going to take advantage of
it."
Newman already had the`
desire to continue playing in
college. She said she knew she
could, but admitted she did not
know if she would get the
opportunity.
*"I wasn't sure what was
going to happen, but I'm
happy." Newman said.
What happened was former
Bradford head volleyball'
coach;Shari Bishop made calls
to college coaches on the


Players' behalf.
"I made a promise to (the
players) when I resigned (after
the 2004 season) that if any of
them had a desire to pla. in
college, it was my job to give
them that opportunity," Bishop
said.
Brian Pappas, the head
coach at St. Johns, was the first
person Bishop called and he
invited Newman and Nichols
to a tryout. He was impressed,
not just with their athletic
ability, but with their
enthusiasm. which he said is a
key component of a player's
success at the collegiate level.
"Mlost girls at this level ha\e
athletic ability, but a lot of
them lack the enthusiasm
necessary to carr\ them on and
make them be able to work
hard at that leeel," Pappas
said. "They appear to have
that."
Newman expressed exactly
that kind of enthusiasm when
Pappas told her and Nichols
that the) would participate in
thiee weeks of all-day
practices prior to'the start of
school.
"If I'm playing volleyball, I
don't care," Newman said.,
Bishop, who coached
New\man for three years, was
impressed with -Newman's
: ability the first time she saw
.her-dtring a spring camp


a


Bradford High School volleyball players Jachael Nichols
and Tosha Newman accepted scholarships from St.
Johns River Community College. St. Johns head coach
Brian Pappas is seated between the two players during
a signing ceremony Feb. 27, while in the back are:


prior to Newman
\ear.
"I saw the
immediately, that
quite possibly b
volleyball player I
of Bradford." Bishc
Newman, an ou
.is a strong offense


Keystone Heights High School senior Jessica Ford signs a letter of intent to
volleyball at Florida Community College at Jacksonville. She is joined by
Keystone head coach Scott Conkling, her mother, Tina, and her father, Kevi


's freshman terms of her attacking abilitN
and jump serves, Bishop said.
'poental "Her athletic ability is
Sshe c td incredible and she also turned
'e the best out to be an incredible leader
to come oit on the court." Bishop said
op said. Nichols played under Bishop
tside hiter, for two Nears and possessed
ve player in the skills necessary to play in
the middle.
"That, is a position that
S requires very fast foot speed
Sand good hand-eve
coordination." Bishop said
"She has that and she's
explosit\e."
Pappas said he looks at
Newman and Nichols and sees
similar players.
"The\ both ha\e the ability
,to move on the court and they
Both have the ability to get to
; the ball, which is ery
important at the next level."
SPappas said. "The ball moves a
Whole lot faster than it does in
high school. .
"They have the athletic
ability to be able to perform
well once they get trained.at
play the next level."


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KeytQneH0h'sFor
Accepts FCCJ scholarship
ac.c-eipts FCCJ- scholarship -


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Mary Andrew,. the head
volleyball coach at Florida
Community College at
Jacksonville. admitted she's
not a high-intensity recruiter.
So when she heard that
Keystone Heights High School
senior Jessica Ford .was
interested in the school,
Andrew knew she and her
coaches had to meet with her
and give her a tour of the
school.
Ford signed a letter of intent
March 3 to play at FCCJ.
"We're excited to have her
come to the team and join our
program." Andrew said.
"She's a high-quality
volleyball player and we feel
extremely fortunate that she
chose us."
Ford did receive an offer
from a four-year program-the
University of North Florida in
Jacksonville-but she wanted
to start out somewhere. she felt
comfortable.
FCCJ is that place, she said,


because she knows some of the
players who will be there with
her.
"I think I'll fit in just right
there," Ford said.
Don't think, however, that
because she's attending a
junior college that she won't
be involved in a high level of
volleyball..
"This is one of the best
junior college programs in the
country," Keystone head coach
Scott Conkling said. "They're
always nationally ranked. It's
very high-caliber volleyball. .
"I just think she's going to
do a really good job there. It's
a. really good fit for her, I
think. It's a great program and
it's going to be a great
opportunity for her."
Conkling doesn't think Ford
will have a tough transition to
make because she's played
against some good players in
club ball.

"'She played against kids last
year who are already in
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athletic setter who is also
creative. During a workout
with Ford, Andrew said she
and her coaches were left
saying, "That was awesome,"
several times.
"She makes some plays that
other people just would never
think of making," Andrew
said.
FCCJ will be. changing its
offense next year and Andrew
said Ford's abilities will
translate well. Still, Ford, who
had 662 assists during her
senior season at KHHS, said
she needs to improve her
setting skills.
"When the level of play goes
up, your skill ability needs to
go up," Ford said.
Conkling said there's no
doubt in his mind that after
two years at FCCJ, Ford will
be picked up by a four-year
school.
For now, though, FCCJ is
the right place for her to be.
"I'm really happy," Ford
said. "I think it's a good,
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Clyatt breaks

record, Tigers

Swing first meet,
Bl CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
A Union County boys
weightlifting team comprised
half of veterans and half of
newcomers opened its season
\ ith a 58-22 win over Taylor,
County March 1.
Eight lifters won their
weight classes, including
Donny Clyatt, who set a school
record in the 129-pound class
with a clean and jerk of 205
pounds Clyatt had a bench
press of 220 pounds to finish
with a 425-pound total.
Clyart is one of 14 returning
lifters, as is Brandon Shoup,
who set a personal record of
250 pounds in the bench press.
-- Shoup, who has moved up to
the 169-pound class this
season, placed first with a 475-
pound total (he had a clean and
jerk of 225 pounds.i.


Also winning their classes
for the Tigers were: Tommy
Riherd (I 19-pound class). 60-
pound bench press, 55-pound
clean and jerk, 115-pound
total; Josh Brown (139) 195-
160-355; Brett .Southwell
(154) 190-165-355 'Ricky
Westfall (183) 245-260-505:
Kevin Alexander (219) 295-
250-545; Frankie Ray (2381
280-225-505.
SUnion had six lifters finish
as runners-up: Justin Walker
(129) 145-130-275, Dustin
Flo\d (154) 145-145-290,
Aaron Dulkes 1.83.1 180-180-
360. Kendll Willis (199) 185-
185-370, J.R. Rooney t238)
160-145-305 and Steven
Baggett heavyweightt) 310-
245-555.
Third-place finishers were:
Derrick Kingsland (139) 125-
150-275, Matt Thomas (169)
130-115-245, Chris Hammerly
1219) 245-185-430 and Josh
Blunk (heavyweight) 260-235-
495.
Coach Will Dettor said it
was a good opening meet for
the sqaud's 14 newcomers,


some, of whom experienced
wins in iheir first outing.
"That's good," Dettor said
"They've got a long way to go,
but they're working hard."
The schedule will only get
tougher from here on out,
Dettor said. The Tigers
traveled to Dunnellon for a
meet March 8 that also
involved South Sumter. On
Wednesday, March 15. Union
hosts Buchholz, which placed
third at the Class 2A state
finals last year.


Bradford

lifters top 4-

team meet
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Sraff Writer
The Bradford boys
weightlifting' team had nine
lifters place first or second as
the Tornadoes opened the
season by winning a four-team
meet at Jacksonville Episcopal
March I.


Bradford. which defeated
Bishop Snyder and Hilliard as
well as the host Eagles, had
three lifters win their classes:
Glenn Velasquez (119-pound
class), Kevin Randolph (169)
and Terrence Slocum (238).
Velasquez had a bench press
:of 155 pounds and a clean and
jerk of 140 pounds for a 295-
pound total. Randolph a bench
press of 220 pounds and a
clean and jerk of 215 pounds
for a 435-pound total and
Slocum a bench press of 195
pounds and a clean and jerk of
155 pounds for a 350-pound
total.
Earning runner-up status for
Bradford were. Max Ennis
(119) 135-pound bench press.
110-pound clean and jerk. 245-
pound total; Chris Plemons
k129) 200-135-335; Billy
Brooks (139) 165-135-300;
Bobby Andrews (154) 205-
200-405; Jesse Rochelle (169)
225-180-405; Ben Carter (199)
280-225-505.
The Tornadoes had three
third-place finishers: Jeremy
Agan (129) 110-135-245. K)le


Mercer 1.199) 280-225-505 and
Robb) Reed (219) 225-205-
430.
Placing fourth were: Donnie
Jarrett (139) 150-115-265 and
Marcus Rhines (183) 185-150-
335.
Bradford, which competed
in a meet against Baker
County and Clay March 8. will
ne.t be in action Thursday,
March 16. at Keystone Heights
High School at 4 p.m.



4 KH lifters

break records

BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
It \was not a win for the
team, but four lifters set new
Keystone Heights High School
records" in the boys
weightlifting team's season-
opening 53-37 loss to
Interlachen.
Three of those record-
breaking lifters won their
respective weight classes:


Sean Leverette (139-pound
class), Sam Theisen (183) and
Jack Taylor (238). Leverette
set school records in his
weight class with a 225-pound
clean-and jerk and a 460-
pound total. He had a 235,
pound bench press., Theisen,
who had a bench press of 280
pounds and a clean and jerk of
250 pounds, set a record with a
530-pound total. Taylor also
set a record with his total of
560 pounds. He had a bench
press of 310 pounds and a
clean and jerk of 250 pounds.
Also, Jesse Vasquez set
school records in the 129-
pound class with a clean and
jerk of 225 pounds and a total
of 435 pounds. Vasquez. %\ho
placed second, had a bench
press of 210 pounds.
Randy Davids won the 154-
pound class with a 260-pound
bench press and a 235-pound
clean and jerk for a 495-pound
total.
Three lifters besides
Vasquez placed second in their

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in Raiford, DW 3BR/
1.5BA, nice location
$450 per month, first &
last. Call 386-431-1898.
3BR/2BA DW on 1 acre,
lots of space, quiet area,
CH/A, covered deck, no
pets, $575 per month
plus deposit. Call 352-
468-3221.
3BR/2BA SW on 1 acre,
quite area, CH/A, new
appliances, no pets,
$475 per month plus de-
posit. Call 352-468-
3221.. .
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
SWMH large 2BR/2BA
excellent condition. CH/
A, $475. Available after
March 16; 2006. 3BR/
2BA SWMH CH/A. very
clean, $535 per monih.
rentals require security
aeposIl, ullites & must
have good rental history.
Lake Geneva MH Park
ON SR 100. Under new
ownership Call Rick


352-473-3569.
3BR/2BA HOUSE on 1
acre of land, chain link
fenced back yard, CH/A,
$650 per month plus-
$300 deposit. Call 321-
254-9239 or 321-961-
4042.
ON LAKE GENEVA, re-
modeled 2BR/1BA ce-
ramic tile & carpet
throughout, dock privi-
leges, no pets, $600 per
month, plus $600 de-
posit. Call 904-269-
5547.
2 STORY, 1BR/1BA, cot-
tage, great for one per-
son, No pets. 1st, last,
lease, deposit. $300
monin Call 904-964-
3579
QUAINT 2BR/1 5BA plus
Sotlce'den block home.
walking distance to
.downtown Keyslone
Heignis, great neignoor.
hood. $700 per month
with a secunly aeposil
No pe-s Call 352-473-
4489.
NICE 1BR GARAGE apt,
near Worthington'
Springs. Includes lights,
gas, washer & dryer, and,
free satellite'service.
$500 month. Call 386-
496.2354
2BR/1BA DW wiln guest


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house, carport, work-
shop, shed, & green
house, in Keystone
Heights off SR100. $850
per month plus deposit.
Call 352-473-7831.
52 Animals &
Pets
FREE DOGS FOR ADOP-
TION OR FOSTERING
Female. black lab 3 mo.
Black & white Bulldog
(M) lyr, 2 (M) shepard
mixs 9 mo. (M) 2yrs.
Black Bulldog male 2yrs
Chow mix 6 mo Boxer
Hound mix (F) 2yrs
Male Golden Lab 2 yr.
many more available. All
need a loving home,
must gel snots and fixed.
Call Tammy at 352-258-
6582 or Cristy at 904-
334-7319 or Bradford
County Paws 904 964-
9200.
YELLOW LAB PUPPIES
$400 eacn AKC regis-
tered & health certificate.
Very sweet & love kids.
Born Christmas Eve
Call 352-478-1188.
FREE TO LOVING family
with lenced In yard Fe-
male:Boxer mix dog.
Approx 11 months old
Loyal & gentle Call 904-


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tons of booKs (histoncal,
romances), small appli-
ances, glass ware.
clothes, towel, etc
TWO FAMILY SALE Fn &
Sat 3/10 & 3/11 8am to
7 Queen sized pilowlop
mattress set. & lots
more Jasmine Ave
Keystone Heights
55 Wanted
WANTED USED TV's.
Love Seals/ Chairs. any
misc little tables, end
laDles, coffee tables, mi-
crowaves. lamps
Please contaol Joan
904-964-4303

57 For Sale
MATTRESS TWIN sets
$89 full sets $129.
Oueen sels $159. King
sets1189 MalressFac-
tory. 441 East Brownlee
St. Carpets also- large
room size pieces Save
a lot Casn and carry
Call Sonia at 352-473-
7173 or 904-964-3888
KENMORE WASHER and
dryer, new type $100
and up eacn, electric
stove wnhien guarantee
free local delivery For
appointmerts, Fall 904
964-880f"-l.." ''
BEDKING SIZE Pillowlop
mattress and Doxsprlng
with manulaclures war-
ranty. Bran;',i ftililn
plastic ClTeviiveY'.-Sell
for $200 Call 352-372-
7490 -. '.-, ..' "
BEDROOM. SE iec..
Gorgeous lekrjueen
king bed.oresser-mirror-
2 night ta, gr ..hesL
available ;'ddvetlaipf-
sirucihot O w tllj.ln
ooxes ,e.tji:$52s.00
sacnlrce far$1400' 352-
377-9846- -
DINING ROOM SUITE-
oeaunlul cherry laDle, 6
chippendale'chaits and
lignhed nutch rid buffet
Brand new stih boxed
Can deliver. -Retail
$5800, sacrifice .$1100
352-377-9846.-
BED-OUEEN onhopedic
Pillowlop maqre _pand
box. Name brarid, new in
plastic, with warranty.
Can deliver- Sacrifice
$140. Call 352-372-,
8588.
MK BRIDGE SAW used .1
rime Cuts up to a 3' x 3'
tile, block or stone Re-
ails for $2000 sell for
$1500 OBO Call 352-
235-1636
2005, PACE 16FT trailer.
Tile floor, floor mounted
tie downs, equipped to
haul 2 molorcylces,
$4000. Call 352-235-
1636
HEAVY DUTY equipment
trailer, 1811 dove tail,
triple axle, diamond
plate bed, bail nilch
$1999 Call 904-964-
4005.
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Call 352-373-9744 or
877-229-4180.
1998 FORKLIFT 55001bs
capacity, vanable reach
(21ft to 35ft) 4 wheel
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foam filled tires. diesel
engine, machine leveling
system, 48 inch forks,
great condition, ex-
tended warranty, mainte-
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Call Bill at 352-281-
4077
59 Personal
Services
CLARK FOUNDATION
REPAIRS INC Cor-
rection of termite & wa-
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sills Leveling & raising
Houses!Biags Pier Re-
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Free Estimales Danny
(Buddy) Clark. (904;-
284-2333or 1-800-288-
0633
CHAIN LINK FENCE -
Free estimates Handy-
man Fence Co owner
Tommy Readish 904-
964-8559.
PRESSURE WASHING.
CLC home exterior
cleaning Roofs. siding
decks, dnveways side-
walks Free estimates.
call Curlis 904.964.
4940
FLORIDA CREDIT UNION
has money to lend lor


positions Food grade
tanker. nc. hazmal, no
pumps. great beneliis.
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100% financing. NALC
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dockable, ndal creek and
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starting from $59,900
Call (877)929-2837.
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+/- $159,900. Gorgeous
acreage, great vie"s.
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underground ulilities.
well valer. seplic
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financing B
appoLiment onl, Call
now i'800i32.6601 x
149"'
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Pristine Slaei Forest,
20. AC to 350 AC.
Sweeping Mtn. Views,
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www.liveinwv.com.
Steel Buildings
BUILDING SALE!
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20x30 Now $4100.
25x40 $6200. 30x50
$9,800. 40x80 $18,400.
Extensive range of sizes
and models.
Ends/accessories
optional. Pioneer
(800)668-5422.
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Vacation Rentals
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Restaurants. Minutes to
Gulf, Golf, Shopping.
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Wanted To Buy
Wanted to Buy: Lincoln
Wheat Cents and Old
Coins. Single coins,
accumulations, entire
collections. Littleton
Coin Company Since
1945. Call (800)581-
2646, e-mail
coinbuy@littletoncoin.c
om. Mention code
B8K720.


excellent benefit pack-
age including paid time
of. health and dental in-
surance and 401K Ap-
ply at Starke Dialysis
Center, 444 West Maad-
son ST 904-964-8822
CONSTRUCTION
HELPER needed- all
phases of construction
MuSt nave rellaDle trans-
portation & tools Call
352-481-4390
LABORERS WANTED
Must nave DL Must De
able to lit over lO1Qbs
Paid weekly. Call 904-
964-8596.
OFFICE HELP NEEDED
Bookkeeping (Ouick
books), filing, answer
phones Starke area 8
to 5 Monday- Fnday All
major holidays paid. Self
motivated Paid weekly
Call 904-964-8596
HAIR DR'ESSORS & NAIL
TECHS wanted for a
busy salon, booth rental
only please Call 352-
379-9220 Tan Thns &
more Gainesville Hair
Dresser boom rental
$14380 per week Nail
Tecn $116.60 per week
DAIRY FARM LABOR.
ERS hardworking de-
pendable transponalion.
shift work, holidays &
weekends For mote in.
formation call 386-462.
1016


LEWIS WALKER ROOFING INC.
"AFFORDABLE QUALITY"


"THE BEST POSSIBLE ROOF AT THE BEST POSSIBLE PRICE"
Office: 386-497-1419
ox 82 Toll Free 1-866-9LW-ROOF
white, FL 32038 Fax: 386-497-1452


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CAREGIVER WANTED
Shift Work
Appl In person '
Parkslde ACLF
329 N. Church St.


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


TiH.E. Apartments

922 E. irownlee St, Starke, Florida

Newly Remodeled
2 & 3 Bedrooms Available

Rent is based on Income
Water, Sewer
On-Site Laundry Facility & Play Areas
Ofice Open: Monday Friday 8:00 to 4:30 p.m.
SCall (904) 964-7133 (
e.rJm 1Wess i-5I6.5 id3 6Ed 381



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Worthington Springs Area

Small Pond


50,000 & up
Call Maggie

386-496-2020

or 386-496-1969




WANTED



Small or Large Parcels
SWith or Without'
Homes

Call Olen lourcey
ss 352-485-1818



Stump Grinding
Tractor work
Debris Removal

Driveway
Repair

FULL LINE

TREE SERVICE -.

ECONOMY STUMP GRINDING INC.

Gar -- eewt-


James & Linda Dailey
Owners & Operators
Licensed & Insured


(904) 769-9641

(352) 284-1977 Cell


Carlenuy



* YardWork
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*Siteaean Up
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*Fb~euWod ForSale
-FtwEstimales


Oi ner Kerry Whirford








K ICAN HELP! ";

SHardware or Software

I Reasonable Rates ;

9, Please call Dewitt at ?

i (904) 964-3520 ,






Driveways Sidewalks
Slabs* Footings

Decorative Concrete

Coating in many colors

Pumping & Finishing

FREE ESTIMATES
Bus: (904) 964-3827
Mobile: (904) 364-7153



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> oofCleantIng "We do it right
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RC29027159 386-754-2877
www.rsiroofingsysiers.com 866-417-6673


Const. Clean Up


MAIN. *DEBRIS

CARPENTRY PAINT *TREES

*PRESSURE CLEANING

All Jobs Large or Small


JOHN
Lic #024973


352-468-3786
Insured


HEAVY EQUIPMENT
OPERATOR
TRAINING FOR
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Bulldozers, Backhoes,
Loaders, Dump Trucks,
Graders, Scrapers,
Excavators
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-National Certification
-Financial Assistance
-Job Placement Assistance
... .80-383-J364 L
Associated Training Services
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Handyman Service, LLC


Bobby Campbell


Roofing, Inc.

Licensed & Insured

(904) 964-8304


FREE


ESTIMATES!
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MAINTENANCE PER-
SON needed Welding.
macninery, and general
farm maintenance
Slaning pay $9 per hour
Call 386-462-1016
THE CITY OF STARKE
will be accepting appli
cautions lor a Building
and Grounds Mainte-
nance Person in nme
Recreation Department
Employee wrill e re-
quired ao perform main-
tenance on bail fields
and other City owned
tlcrealtonal facilities
Accomplish general re-
pair work for the recre-
alion department and
assist in maintenance
and repair of ohier City
facilities asdirected As-
sisl in performance of
recreational aclivlties
and officate at sporting
events as directed Must
nave skill in carpentry
work, operation and use
of standard tools and
maenrials. knowledge of
proper methods, prac-
tices. occupational haz.
yards and safety precau-
tions of various.uriding
trades, ability to under-
stand and carry out oral
and written aireltions.
obtain. store saJ~gafd.
distribute peope i uem
needed equipment, ma-
terial and supplies


Complelion ol Higri
School or GED Experi-
enced in recreational
activities is desiraDie
Musl have a valid Flonda
Drivers License. suDmill
to a drug test physical
& DacK ground cneck
Applications can oe
picked up al ihe
Bradford Career Center
located at 609 Nornn Or-
ange Street Siarke
Florida and return to Ine
same Applications will
De accepted through Ihe
close ol business on Fri.
day Marcn 10,2006 Tne
City of Starke is and
EOE,
BRADFORD TERRACE a
skilled nursing facility is
now accepting applica-
tions for C N A's FT &
PT, 3/11 & 11M7 shifts
Apply In person at
Bradlord Terrace. 808 S
Coiley Rd, StarKe Fi
32091 904-964-6220
DFWP/EOE
NOW HIRING MANAG-
ERS Expenenced in res-
laurant operations and
delivering on quality. winl
2-4 years o supervisory
experience in eiirer a
food service or retail
environment must D
aDle to maintain Excel
t lent Operations, com-
petitive salary. based on
experience plus Den-


efiis Apply on line
www leammomex com
NEED FT & PT persons.
Home repair and paint-
ers Immediate open-
ings, call now 904-966.
2024 Bradford Home
repair
ON CALL CAMP helper
performs a variety of
tasks at Camp &
Conlrence Center on an
as needed Dasis In Ine
following areas mainte.
nance. grounds keeping.
pool maintenance.
house keeping, cooking,
stood preparation, and
Darn chores Assigned
asks will be based on
each worker's statement
ol skills, aDilities, and ex-
perience There will De
no guaranteed minimum
ot hours or days worked.
Must De al least 16 years
of age to apply Please
call 352-473-3258 for
more information
PT ASSISTANT WRAN-
GLER Provides assis-
lance to ine Equeslnan
Director in all areas of
norse carelfeedrng and
Darn maintenance, as-
sists with the cleaning ol
Ine barn and equipment.
Provides assistance in
preparing the horses to
be ridden, as well as with
riding lessons Ensures


Ine safety ol norses ana
camp visitors at all times
Must be able to lift at
least 50 IDs, alive Irac-
lors and mowers, and
perform basic mainte-
nance tasks Must be
able to work weekends
Must be al least 18 years
ol age to apply Please
call 352-473;3258 for
more information
DRIVERS GREAT Comr
pany Great pay Home
weekly,daaly Great ben-
elils Healtth/01K CDL-
A w/X lyr Boasso
America Corp David
904-475-0336.
HELP WANTED- Con-
struction Contractor and
sub-contraclors several
openings in various ar-
eas of building (lfaming.
finish, rooting, concrete/
block 'plumbing, eleciri-
cal & siding; music have
experience in one or
more ol construction
phases. own tools and
transportation Call352-
258-0865
AVON REPS needed In all
aieas Slart up and earn
50o0 total investment
$10 Start loday local
training Call Sherry at
904-964-8851
DISCOVER HOW ANY-
ONE can earn $25. $50.
even $100 or more in as
little as 2-3 minutes per
day making easy "No-
Brainer" surveys Start
lodayl hlltp.//
clickDank nell
'countrymorh/sponline
SHOP HELP NEEDED. fi-
Dergiass manufactunng
and Irimming will train
Full time 40 hour week


Apply in person al U S
Body Source, 1.5 miles
South of Hamplon on
CR 325
CARE GIVER 2 years
experience working with
elderly or disaDled cli-
enis 2 or 3 days per
week Su-Ei's Retire-
ment Home. Hamnpion
Phone 352-468-2619
NURSERY HELP
NEEDED weed pulling.
lenilizing etc Full time
40 hour week Apply In
person at U S Body
Source, 1 5 miles South
ol Hampton on CR 325
COMPANY SPECIALIZ-
ING in Erosion control
now hiring the following
positions Crew leaders,
equipment operators, la-
borers, Class A CDL
dnvers, mecnanlcs- valid
Drivers license a Must!
Fax resume to 904-275-
3292 or call 904-275-
4960, EOE.
CONSTRUCTION WORK-
ERS, helper positions
available, very little ex-
perience needed, full
time and pan time avail-
able, some benelfts. Ap-
ply in person at Autho-
rizea Construction Ser-
vices. 7200 SE US
HWY 301. Hawthorne
352-481-0008.
PROFESSIONAL DRIV-
ERS home everynighl!
Full benefits package
Dry bulk and flat bed
positions at Newberry
terminal. Commercial
Carners Corp Call 866-
300-8759.
RARE OPPORTUNITY,
S3.000 signing bonus for


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the rghnt technican Busi-
ness booming. Call 352-
473-4062 ask for Scott.
LUBE TECHNICIAN, no
expenence nessary Will
train lo ASELI certified
technician Drug free
Workplace Call 352-
473-4062 ask lor Scott
LIVE IN COMPANION
NEEDED. Nice
accomodatorns and
small salary. References
required Own room.
oath No pels Call 352-
.473-2019
CO DRIVERS & O/Ops
Regional Runs More
sometime. 2/26- pay in-
crease Lease purchase
CDL-A w/nazmat. lyr
exp. 800-299-4744
www.amoldcareer cornm
LAWN MAINTENANCE
helper FT or PT Experi-
ence good Out not re-
quired Rellaole trans-
portation and honest
hard worker Job con
sists of edging, weed
eating, weeding beds.
must be willing and adle
to follow directions Call
Monday Friday. 8am to
6pm. 352-468-3639,
Leave Msg
THE BRADFORD
. COUNTY Clerks office is
seeking a full time clerk
Coun related experience
a plus Applicants must
type ;35 correct words
per minute Tne typing
test will be administered
Soy the Bradfoid-Career
Center at 609 N. Orange
Street Starke Applica-


lons may De obtained at
the Office of tne Clerk,
Bradford County Court-
house, 945 N. Temple
Ave, Starke, ;Florida. Ap-
plicatons and typing test
results must be returned
to the office of the Clerk
by 300pm, March 22.
2006
HELP WANTED. for con-.
struction company In
masonary concrete. Will'
train Transportation &
phone a must Call alter
6pm Monday thru Fnday
Call 352-475-2885. Drug
Free Work Place
ROUTE SALES VENDING
machines Monday thru
Friday FT. Ret & Drivers
license required Expen-
ence nelpful not neces-
sary. call Frank 904-
966-6600
SALES & OFFICE PT &
FT. commissqns on
sales Office hourly
Great work environment
Call 352-475-2089.
DUMP TRUCK DRIVER
. needed Clean class A or
B CDL 2 years exp re-
quired Call 352-473-
5446
SPRATLIN TOWING iS
laKing applications for a
Tow Truck Drver Must
nave clean MVR Class
E At least 25 years old
Apply in person at
Spratilin Towing. HWY
301 Nonnr oenind Smin
BIos Paint and Body
MASON TENDERS
needed Starl today. Call
386-365-3992.


AMERICAN GUTTER is
seeking an office ass's-
tani General offie du-
tres Heavy phone con-
iact witn customers
competitive wages and
pleasant work environ-
ment 20-35 nrs/wk Fax
resume tlo352-473-8650
or call 352-473-8411 be-
tween the hours of
2 00pm & 4 00pm M-F
TEACHER with CDA
needed for Pre K class
Also teachers aid
needed. Call 904.966-
0505.
WANTED BUS Drivers
Bradford County School
Board will Irain CDL
BUS CLASS 03,13/06-
03/30/06 Monday nhru
Thursday if interested
call Ms Smith at 904-
966-6735.
WELDERS/FABRICATOR
needed. Mig & Tig alu-
minum. stainless & steel
No slick exp needed.
Drivers license and own
transponalion required
Call for interview 352-
473-7018
UNDERCOVER
ACTIVEST wanted Call
904-753-1912
BUS DRIVER PT ON call.
Bradlord county. Bond-
able, Able to obtain valid
Florida class D Divers
license, no traffic viola-
lions Apply at Suwanee
River Economic Council.
Inc 104-4 L M Ganes
Blvd. Stake. FL 32091
Call 386-362-4115
Voice; TDD


EQUIPMENT OPERA-
TOR Bradford County is
currently accepting ap-
pihcations for one (1)
OPS positions for equip
ment operators lor oper-
ating neavy equipment
and olher oulies that
may be assigned from
lime to lime All appli-
cants musI have a valid
Florida Drivers License,
CDL (Class B) preferred
Salary will De based on
tne applicants qualilica-
lions Applications may
be tumed in or mailed to
the Bradford County
Road Depanmeni al 812
B N Grand Streel
Siarke. Fl 32091 The
deadline for accepting
applications is 4 00 pm.
Thursday November 10
2005. Application forms
may be picked up at tne
Road department Equal
Opportunity Employer
HIGH SCHOOL GRADS
Intrested In worldwide
Iravel9 We have job
openings in welding.
mechanics, and engi-
neering with paid Irain-
ing. medical benefits
(Between ages of 17 &
34) Call 800-342-
8t23(FL) or 800-843
2189(GA & SC)
CLERICAL POSITION
Bradlord Counly Clerk'S
Office Permaneni. lull
time position win Den-
elirs and reiremenl
Court-related experi
ence a plus Minimum
Requirem'enis HSGED


Diploma, professional
appearance. computer
experience, good verDal
and written communica-
lion skills Must pass
typing test win 42cwpm
Apply through Jobs and
Benefits Center in
Starke. (904) 964-8092
Closing Date. Wednes-
day. March 22nd.
FT SALES PERSON
needed Apply in person
at Sunshine Home Cen-
ter, HWY 301 Nonh in
Starke
WAREHOUSE WORK-
ERS Performance Food
Group's Customized
Distribution Center in
Gainesville is seeking
Warehouse Snipping
Associates Candidates
must be able to lift 70-
80 Ibs on a consistent
basis, be able to work a
Sunday through Thurs-


day afterno6n/evening.
shifts, and be able to
operate warehouse
equipment Perfor-
mance Food Group oi-
lers very competitive pay
and an outstanding ben-
efit package including
medical, denial, and'vi-
sion insurance alon |
with 401 (i)riandlRrqlii
Sharing Interisted can-
didates should apply, in,
person to Performance ;
Food Group, 4041 NE
541h Avene.,
Gainesville, FL between
the ours of 8 00 AM to
4-00 PM.
DELIVERY DRIVERS Ppr-,
formance Food Group is'
seeking Delivery Dnvers
at it Customized DISTRI-
BUTION CENTER in
Galnesville.Drivers work
a four-day week, and are
home each day with no


GARFIELDS CLEANERS
(Formerly Allen Laundry) ':

HELP WANTED
All Locations

Laundry and Ironing experience a
.plus. Will train the right person.
Mature person only.
NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE


week-ends Candidates
must have Class A
CDC a clean MVR
nave driving expenence
and be able to unload
food product that weighs
,up to 80 Ibs PFG offers
'top pay for Ine area and
an outstanding Denelit
package including
matching' 40;1 (k), prolilt
snanng, and medical/life
insurances If you meet
the critena listed above.
please apply in person at
Performance Food
Group. 4041 NE 541h
Avenue. Gainesville. FL
32609 or call 352 378-
8844 ext 338.
Maintenance position
available In Starke FL at
T.H E Apts. Must nave
own tools and reliable
transportation. Hands-
on maintenance experi-


ence anp basic plumo-
ing ana eiectrlcal We do
Back ground checks on
all applicants For more
inlormat.on call 386-623-
6697. or 386-623-6639
or E-mail lwesltfall@
barlfielabay corn
C U ST O DI A
WpRKE RBradiorl
Cqunly is sdekig a panj
tirrIe cuslodlal worker Ihr
the Cojrthouse an/
other County Buildings
and premises Must bb
able to sweep, mop,
scruD. wax, and polish
Iloors. Will be respon-
sible for maintaining
lawns. hedges, walk-
ways and oultoor areas
as needed Also must
maintain bathroom facili-
lies in a clean and sani-
tary condition. Move fur-
niture arid equipment as
required, deliver sup-


plies and run errands
performs related work as
required May De re-
qured to IIrl and carry 50
Ibs. swooping. bending.
and must be able to--
stand or walk for long pe-..
nods of lime Must have
a Florida Drivers LI-
cense. Salary will corn-
mensurate win expen-
I ence.' Applications may'
be picked up at the "
Bradford County Court
house. Clerks Oflice
945 N Temple Avenue,
Starke. Florida. or at the-"
Bradford Career Center :
609 North Orange
Street The county re- -
serves the right to reject'
any and all applications .
Bradford County is an ,
equal opportunity em-
ployer This posilon will ..
close on March 16.2006 .
at 4.00 PM.


DRIVERS WANTED
IMMEDIATE POSITIONS FOR EXPERIENCED CLASS A DRIVERS -
MID-FLA HAULING, INC.
LOCAL $575 $675 HOME EVERY NIGHT
HEALTH/LIFE INSURANCE AVAILABLE PAID VACATION
401K QUARTERLY SAFETYIPERFORMANCE BONUS
$1,000 SIGN ON BONUS
DRIVER REFERRAL BONUS :
CALL 1-800-766-7558
COME DRIVE FOR THE BEST


MERCANTILE BANK
Wr takeyor banking peronally
We are loohng for enmus.astic. h.gnry monrated sale.; and
service onenrea Part-Time Tellers Positions vary up to
20 hour s;.uwi A quil.die applicant mut narve casn hanciing.
ale,: .nd customers senic e perience

We offer excellent compensation and benefits
for part-time employees."
Tuition reimnbuirementr Vion Care plan
Prescriprion plan Med'cal and dental insurance
.401|fk) -Dependent-care reimournement
Vacaion Sick pay Holiday pay

Qualified candidates apply online:
www bankmercantile corn


P A R T T I M E T E L L E R S
(20 hours/week)
STARKE
Mertnr,ie Bank i a a rg-free woriplace EOE M/F/D/ Ernmpioer




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

CALL 904-964-7200
Ask for Tony



TOWNMCOUNTRY)


US HWY 301 SOUTH STARKE, FL


CINMUNIIIT CYOLL

Teaching
Assistant II
Permanent Part-time
Positron
Evenings and weekends
213 Duty Days
Assist students and
. faculty) with computer
programs offered in
Collegewide Learning
Lab Provide academic
and technological
support for students and
faculty)
Must have minimum of
32 semester hours of'
college and two years
teaching assistant
experience Additional
32 hours may substitute
for one )ear experience
Special consideration
given to applicants with
Associate degree or
certificate in; related
area. Computer literacy
a must. Strong math
skills desired.
Salary: $10.40 per hour
Application deadline:
March 24, 2006\
College application
required. Application
and position details
available on the web at:
www.lakecitycc.edu
Inquiries: Human
Resources
149 SE College Place
Lake City, FL 32025
Phone::(386) 754-4314
Fax: (386) 754-4594
E-mail: boettcherg@
lakecitycc.edu
LCCC is accredited
by the Southern
Association of
Colleges and Schools
VP/ADA/EA/EO College
in Education &
Employment


Lo'at References I
CaI1 4 hn4 1-800-808-3052
352-473-2344 1M






The Wackenhut Corporation is now hiring several
Customi Protection Officers*for the Camp Blanding area.,
Candidates with prior career, military experience are highly preferred, but we are "
also seeking officers with experience in either law enforcement, corrections, police
academy graduates or a criminal justice degree.


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NOW HIRING


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Come work with us in a fun, friendly atmosphere.

INTERVIEWS AT

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Local Runs $650 $750+


Drivers:
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BHS earns 4
top-3 finishes
at Ed White
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
The Bradford High'School
track and field teams opened
the season at the Ed White'
Commander Relays on March
3, with the girls team earning
one runner-up finish and the
boys finishing third in three
events.
*Eboney Smith, Destiny
Bass, Courtney Cragg and
Jennifer Smyth comprised the
girls 4x400m relay team,
which was second with a time
of 4:35. Smith had a personal-
record (PR) split of ]:11. Bass
a PR of 1:09 and Cragg a PR
of 1:10.
The boys competed in three
relay races. finishing 'third in
all three.
The 4x200m team of Gerald
Petteway, Jimmy Hankerson,
Rob Harris and Chuckie
Covington had a time of
1:31.96. The same four runners
had a time of 42.7) seconds in
the 4xl00m relay..
Martella Moore, Malcolm
Moore, Ryan Robinson and
Chris Underhill comprised the
4x800m team, which had a,
time of 9:15. Martella Moore
had a ,PR--plit- of 2:18,
Malcolm MoW..raiPR of 2:16
and Underhill a-PR of 2:27.
Other results.. for the girls
team were: 4x 600m (Tracy
Ledger, Emma Sheppard,


KHjS girls
tennis team
moves to 3-2
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer


Since opening the season
with a 7-0 win over Bradford,
the Keystone Heights girls
tennis team has alternated wins
and losses, the result being a 3-
2 record after.a 7-0 win over
Middleburg on March 3.
Keystone's top-two seeded
players, Cassandra Bruey and
Valerie Eddins, improved their'
records to 3-2 on the season
after defeating their
Middleburg opponents 8-60 ,a ,
8i2, respectively.
'Third seed Lauren Stobbie is
2-2 on the season after her 8-2
win against Middleburg.
Sarah Mimbs and Caitie
Hopkins each won their
matches by 8-4 scores and
each player has a record of 3-
In doubles,' Bruey and
Eddins teamed up for an 8-0
win, while Stobbie and Mimbs
remained 'undefeated on the
season with an 8-3 win.
Stobbie and Mimbs are now 5-
0 as a team. Bruey and Eddins
are 3-2. .
After opening the season
with the- win over Bradford...
the Indians lost, 4-3 to
Ridgeview on Feb. 24,_
defeated Palatka 5-2 on March .
I and lost 6-1 to Orange Park
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Shruti Desai, Cragg) 7:32, fifth; 2:59 (PR), fifth, Sutherland events for the Tigers: the both boys and girls teams
fourth; 4x200m (Smith, Bass, l00on-Jamison 11.25, first, 3:09, I 11", London 3:10, 12'", discus (90'7.25") and the shot finished second to Bradford.
Smyth, Latavvia Hendersoni Moslev 12.35, fourth, Reggie Powell 3:20 (PR), 14th, Griffith put (41') Gosha won both the discus
1:55, seventh; 4xl00m (Smith. Thomas 12.97, ninth, Postwy 3:24, 16"', Garlo 3:35, 18th, Also, Bryan Holmes won the and shot put for the boys team
Bass, Smyth, Henderson) 1 4 0 3 1,Q0; Underhill 3:36 (PR), 19"', high jump (5'2"), Koydric with distances of Ill'10" and
53.32, seventh; 4x800m 1,600m--Upthegrove 5:45, Wade 3:36, 19"'; Simmons won the 200m .42', respectively. Holmes wor
(Cragg, Ledger, Sheppard, fifth, Ledger 6:37 (PR), 10"', 200m-Bellamy 28.6, first, hurdles (27.62) .and Justin the high jump by clearing 5'.
Katrina Steffan) 13i06, fifth: Weeks 16:43, 1I 1h, Kelvin Jamison 29.06 (PR), second, Tyson won the, 100m (12.20). Taking second were the
Ledger and Sheppard had Jenkins 7:02. 13'", Rowd, Jenkins 29.19 (PR), third, The Tigers finished as 4xlOm rela\ team (47.59)1
PR splits of 7:36 and 7:32, Rensberger 7:03, 14 ; Wanton 29.72, fourth; runners-up in four events: long Alexander in the 800m (2:27)
respectively, in the 4N1600m, 4xlOOm-Boswell, Cubbedge, 4x400m-Jordan, Meng, jump (Tyson, 18'3"), 4x100m and Green in the shot put
while Steffan had a PR split of Mosley, Jamison 46.64, first; Creamer, Postway 4:54. relay (Simmons, Holmes, (29'5").
3:28 in the 4x800m. 400m-Boswell 56.72 (PR), Tyson, Joshua Tyson 48.11), Third-place finishers were:
Also. Danielle Dent, Tiesha first, Jenkins 1:01.22, fourth, Bradford will compete in a 400m (Holmes 58.33) and 100m (Justin Tyson 12.26).
Bellamy. Jarin Simmons. Andrews 1:02.03 (PR), fifth, meet at Wilkinson Thursday. 200m (Joshua Tyson 25.16). 200m (Joshua T son 25.48)
Bryan Adams and Tony Crum Thomas 1:02.04 (PR), sixth, March 16. The seventh- and Third-place finishers were: 400m (Kinsler 1:02), shot pui
competed in the shot-put and Cooper 1:11, seventh; eighth-graders will compete at discus (Caleb Green 64'10.5"), (Ryan Perez 25') and higl
discus events. 80m-Crudup 2:32, sixth, the Bob Hayes Invitational 100m (Joshua Tyson 12.28) jump (Andrews 4'8").
Bradford's next meet will be W all 2:5 1, I 11"; Friday, March 17. and 200m (Simmons 26.44). Lake Butler also place
at Santa Fe High School in 200m-Jamison 24.28,, first, .Lake Butler also earned fourth in the following: 1600tr
Alachua on SaturdaN, March Jenkins 25.97, fourth, Mosley fourth in the following events: (Andrews 6:21), 100m hurdles
11, at 9 a.m. The Tornadoes 2 6 3 0, f ift h; |. M boys 4x800m relay (Chason (Corbin Elixson 19.29) anc
then travel to Gainesville for a 4-400m-Mitchell, Cubbedge, LBIVS boys Andrews, Quentin Johnson, high jump (Reynolds 4'8").
meet at Oak Hall Tuesda. Jenkins, Boswell 4:15, first. d Keaton Rey nolds, Chris Griffin won both the discus
March 14. Bradford's girls compiled taKe second Alexander 11:02), 400m and shot put for the girls tearr
the following results: at (Joseph Kinsler 1:04) and with distances of 72'5" anc
4x800m--A" team Jessika at Oak Hall 800m (Alexander 2:34). 32', respectively. Also, Lee
S rD dford Robinson, Ashley Sutherland, On the girls' side. Lake won the 100m hurdles with a
track Synteia Postway, Heather BY CLIFF SMELLEY Butler placed fourth with 52 time of 19.8 seconds.
Middle trac Harris 12:13, first, "B" team Telegraph Staff Writer points. Quanita Griffin won Gillen finished as runner-up
S Destiny Griffith, Rosa London, the shot put (30'6"), while in the. 00m hurdles with
teams are Nicole Miller, Amapda It vas close, but the Lake Sara Gillen was runner-up in time of 20.1 seconds and th(
Y arbrough 12:56, second, "C" B.utlet' Middle School boys the 200m hurdles (37.5). 4x O100m relay team took
still perfect team Natali Powell, Hannah track and field team finished The 4xl00m relay team of second with a time of 35.25
Ricker, Kayla Garlo, Shelby ,runner-up to Bradford for the Gillen, Courtney Klein, Lashae seconds.
BY CLIFF SMELLEY Beard 14:21, third; shot second straight time in a meet Mitchell and Cameron Lee Klein and Mitchell were
Telegraph Staff Writer put-Shay Wanton 27'1" hosted by Oak Hall in also took second with a time of third and fourth, respectively
legraper (PR), second, Sarah Swords Gainiesville on Feb. 28. 55.25 seconds. in the 100m with times of 13.9
Each of the Bradford Middle 23'S" (PR), seventh. Lindsay Lakp Butler had 126.5 Griffin placed third in the and 14.10 seconds.
School track and field teams Haddock 20'6", 10"', Rebecca points, ,finishing behind discus (65'4") and Mitchell Jaquita Henderson was
remained undefeated on the Carlton 12'10"; Bradford,. which had 134 was fourth in the 200m (30.0). fourth in the shot put (32') anc
season, topping an eight-team Long jump-Lashika points., Lake Butler opened the Abby Worthington was fourth
field at the BMS Invitational Bellamy 14'1", first, Kirstin Lonnie Gosha won two season by hosting a meet and in the discus (37'9").
March 7. Woodham I 2'7", third- -
The boys team had 160.5 Christina Jordan 12'0.5", fifth;
points and the girls team discus-Haddock 51'7", sixth,
finished with 180.5 points. Carlton 33'6" (PR), -11, '
Results for the boys were as Swords 29'6", 12' ; high ,'
follows: jump-Caitlin Wade 4'4",....
4x800m--"A" team,.Carlton second. Postway 4', third, .
Crudup, Sean Andrews, Jackie Jenna Creamer 3'8", fourth;
Mitchell, Bobby McGee 10:26, 100m hurdles-Emilie Meng
second, "'B" team, Colton 20.34 (PR). fourth, Creamer
Wall, Demetri Postway, Travis 2 1.04 (PR). fifth;
Ledger, David Weeks 11:23, 100m-Bellamy 13.34 (PR),
sixth; discus-Seth second, Wanton 13.53, third,
Upthegrole 93'7", fourth, Courtney Jamison 13.88,Tifth;
Tyler Cubbedge 66'5", ninth; 1600m-Samantha Steffan .. 1
high jump-Upthegrove 5'2" 6:29. fifth, Miller 6:44, ninth,
(personal record), second, Sutherland 6:46, 10'", Griffith
Mitchell 5' (PR), third, Josh 7:17 (PR), II"h, Yarbrough :.
Cooper 4'6", eighth, Isaiah 7:18. 12"', Amanda Underhill
Jenkins 4'4", 10'; 7:43. 151h; 4x lOO00m-Jordan,
Long jump-Robert Woodham, Wanton, Jamison 11
Boswell 17'5.5", second, 56.38, first; 400m-Bellamy
RodnJaey Mosle 16'975", 1:06.78, first, Kanetra Jenkins (L-R) Mike Biggs, service and parts director, Chris Sedam, technician of the year,
sixth; shot puJt-iCubbedge 1:09.64 (PR), third, Woodham Tom Adams, general manager, and Bill Adams, owner of Chevrolet of Starke.
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