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Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 16, 2006
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Fair opens

tomorrow'
A record number of exhibitors,
along with shows, auctions and rides.
highlight the 56th annual Bradford
County Fair, which opens Friday,
March 17, at 5 p.m.
Approximately 100 exhibitors will
be at this year's fair and this year's
exhibition area will be open longer
than usual. The area will be open
every day-the fair runs through
March 26-with the exception of
Sunday, March 19, and Sunday,
March 26.
Saturday, March 18, is 4-H Youth
Day, which will include a fashion
show (1 p.m.), table-setting and)
menu-planning contest (2 p.m.),
strawberry shortcake reception and
auction (5:30 p.m.) and the Youth
Goat Show and Little Kids
Exhibition (7 p.m.).
Goats will not be .the only animals
on display at the fair. Poultry and
rabbits will' be on exhibit March 18-'
25 and the swine show is scheduled
for Tuesday, March 21, at 7 p.m. The
swine awards will be presented
Friday, March 24, at 6 p.m. with the
auction to follow.
The steer show is Wednesday,
March 22, at 6 p.m. Awards will be
handed out Saturday, March 25, at 4
p.m. with the auction to follow.
Thursday, March 23, is the steer
and breed showmanship contest,
which starts at 6 p.m. Awards will be
presented after the contest and the
winners will be recognized March 25.
The. beef breed show will take
place after the steer and breed
showmanship contest. Awards will be
presented March 25 at 4 p.m. with the
auction to immediately follow.
All of the animal shows and sales
are open to the public. Individuals
and businesses are encouraged to
attend and participate in the sales.
Students receive the money.
generated by the sales.
Buying an animal- is always
welcomed, but add-ons--additional
money received over the buyers'
bids- are very important to the
students.
The midway at this year's fair, will
feature more than 35 rides, including
two old favorites that have been
missing from fairs past--a Ferris
wheel and a merry-go-round. The
midway opens at 5 p.m. on weekdays
and will open at noon on March 18, at
2 p.m. on March 19 and March 25,
and at 1 p.m. on March 26.
Strawberry auctions will be held
March 21 and March 23-25,
beginning at 6 p.m. in Building 1.
There will also be plenty of
entertainment and specials
throughout the duration of the fair
(please see the Bradford County Fair
ad in this week's classified ads
section).


Correction
Clay Electric's rate for January
2006 was incorrectly reported in the
March 2 edition of the Telegraph
because of an error in
communication. At our request, the
company provided what we believed
was the fuel adjustment and the base
rate charged for electricity. The
company provided the fuel
adjustment charge and the total
amount charged for 1,000 kilowatt-
hours. Consequently, the fuel charge
should have been subtracted from the
total amount instead of added.
Doing so would result in a total
cost for 1,000 kWh of $105.30, not
$133.10. That puts the cost of power
in line with Florida Power and Light,
not the city of Starke, which charged
$139.73.
We apologize for the confusion.


Are streetlights to blamefor high electric bills?

BY MARK J. CRAWFORD Citizen committee formed to advise Starke City Commission
Telegraph Editor


For years, Starke's high electric costs have been
blamed, at least partially, on the amount of loss
experienced by the city's electric lines, but now the
city is wondering if it isn't unmetered usage by
.streetlights that is actually the problem.
Starke's system has been blamed for as much as
$400,000 annually in line loss-power that is never
received by the end user but which still needs to be
paid for. The cost of correcting the problem with an
upgrade to 13,kilovolt lines has been estimated as a
million dollar project.


Project Director Ricky Thompson said engineers
he has spoken to in other cities .cast doubt on the
amount of line loss ,,caused by Starke's lower
voltage system. Likewise, Gainesville Regional
Utilities' ..Tracy Maxwell confirmed that the tree
trimming services the company provides keeps the
city's primary transmission lines free from line loss
caused by interference from limbs and reduces
outages.
Thompson told the city commission during a
March 7 workshop the losses are more likely
connected to unmetered street lights. While all of


the city's facilities are metered and billed,.
streetlights are not. Between all of the lights on
major highways like U.S. 301 and S.R. 100 and all
of those on city streets, the usage adds up,
Thompson said. On some city streets, the lights are
as dense as one every 100 feet.
"Most of them are 250 watt high-pressure sodium
bulbs, and for a 12-hour burn period from 6:30 at
night to about 6:30 or 7 in the morning, that's a long
'time multiplied by that number of lights,"
Thompson said.
See BILLS, p. 3A


Mother wants safer BHS


BY LINDSEY KIRKLAND
Telegraph Staff Writer
When a parent of a former
Bradford High School student spoke
at Monday night's school board
meeting, it didn't take long for the
tears to come to the surface.
Beth Moore addressed the
Bradford County School Board
during the citizen's request portion of
the meeting.
"I have two sons that have already
graduated from Bradford High
School," she said. "I'm here on the
"behalf of.my thirdone."
Moore said on Feb. 1-3,1ergson-was-.
attacked by a group of students at
BHS.
"The first thing I thought was 1
can't believe it's happening, not to


my child, not at Bradford High
School, not after all that's been done
-to make the high school a safe place,"
she said.
Moore described how her son was,
playing dodgeball in the gm where
he was supposed to be when he
accidentally threw a ball and hit
another male student.
The student was not supposed to be
at school at the time, and he tried to
start a fight. She said -her son
apologized, a staff member calmed
the other student down and they
thought that was the end of it.
"When [he] walked out the back,
hi~ew-as attacked by a group of
students," Moore said of the students
who tried to fight her son again.
See SAFER, p. 2A


BCSO joins info alliance


chosen as 2006 Strawberry Princess in Saturday's
pageant. Also pictured is fellow contestant Holly Best.
For more on the pageant, including who was selected
as Strawberry Queen, see inside.


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
The Bradford County Sheriff's
Office is one of many law
enforcement agencies at local, state
and federal levels participating.in the
Southeastern Law Enforcement
Alliance Project, which allows for the
sharing of data between those
agencies.
Twenty-nine agencies are
participating in SELEAP, the
formation of which was announced at
a press conference at the Naval Air
Station in Jacksonville March -10.
The program, designed by the Naval
Criminal Investigative Service, cost
approximately $2 million and falls
under the umbrella of the Law
Enforcement Information Exchange.
It will allow participating law
enforcement agencies, in the words


of U.S. Attorney Lisa Godbey Wood,
of the Southern District of Georgia,
to "Google" each other's records.
Information, including that which
is not public record, will now be
accessible to agencies by entering
certain information into the
computer.
Lt. Bear Bryan of the Bradford
County Sheriff's Office said if an.
armed robbery occurs in Bradford
County and the only information
known is that the suspect drove a
vehicle of a certain color and two
numbers of the license plate are
known, that information can now be
entered in the computer. The
computer program will find any such
information, if it exists, in other
agencies' records.


See INFO, p. 2A


Rosier chosen as next judge


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor
Bradford County attorney Phyllis
Rosier has been selected by Gov. Jeb
Bush to replace the retired Elzie
Sanders as a circuit judge.
Rosier's appointment assures that
Bradford County will continue ,to be
represented among the judges of the
Eighth Judicial Circuit and means she
will have the opportunity to live her
longtime dream of becoming a judge.
Rosier is the first woman to be
appointed to the bench from Bradford
County, and the first' female judge
appointed by .the governor in the
Eighth Circuit.
Rosier said she was in her office
when she got the call from Bush.
"After we exchanged pleasantries
he said, 'Do you want to be a judge?'
and I said, 'Yes, sir!'"
It was a brief conversation, but one
that changed the course of her career
and her life.
"He commented that he would be
very satisfied if I performed my duties
in accordance with the way I
conducted myself during the
interview," she said.
Rosier tentatively plans to take
office on April 3. Her public..-
investiture will be held at the
Bradford County Courthouse at a date
and time to be announced.
Sharon Coston, Sanders' judicial
assistant, will continue with Rosier.
Rosier will spend the remainder of the
year covering the civil and family law


dockets for Bradford and Baker
counties,. Monday and Wednesdays
and most Fridays will be spent at the
Bradford County Courthouse.
Tuesday and Fridays are 'trial days
and will be split between Bradford'
and Baker.
As judge-elect, she will spend the
next week in school, an intensive
course in 'substantive law and the
practice of being a judge. Judge Bob
Roundtree of Alachua County has
been assigned as her mentor.
SRosier said she wants .,to -run an
efficient courtroom to give the public
access to the court as,.quickly as
possible and plans to do that by doing"
her homework before going to court.
"I want to.have all the facts I can so
I can make the best and most fair
decision possible," she added.
Since news has spread of her
appointment, Rosier said everyone
has been wonderful.
"People are so kind," she said. "I
can tell all the people who I've talked
to are genuine in their pleasure for
me. It's been really nice."
She has kind words of her own for
Judge Sanders, the judge she has
spent the most time in front of since
1998.
"I've got some big shoes to fill
because he enjoys such a good repu-
tation," Rosier said, "As a matter of'
fact, anytime they did a judicial poll,
Judge Sanders always came out at
the very top of it."
See JUDGE, p. 2A


In the upcoming "An Evening of One-Acts",
Buzz Dyal plays the part of Jeff, one of a pair
of brothers who have carried on a feud for years, even
though thty share the same cabin. At one point in this
comedy, the brothers face off against each other, armed
with the only weapons they can find-carrots. Three one-
act plays will be presented in in dinner-theater style at the
Starke Golf and Country Club. For more, see inside.


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Page2A TELEGRAPH March 16, 2006


Marion County S
Dean said the fort
SELEAP is an
moment for Florida.
"I'm just happy
sheriff who can now
when my peop
somebody, if this p
done something in
county that's similara
(incident), I'm going
to connect the dots
going to go find hi
said. "Even if he's e
another area, we're
find him as well."
Bryar said it's a fa
his previous work as
investigator when h
pick ,up a phone
people in other age
have them look up in
for him.
"If I would have
system back then,.
have made my job,
easier," Bryan said.
Another benefit the
County Sheriffs Of
receive is the insta
'$60,000 worth
.computer network se
other equipment-e
that the sheriff's of
going to have to e
purchase anyway.
"We have servers th
years old and having
running today's ter
on," Bryan said.
Speical Agent
Betro, NCIS direct
SELEAP, in esseti
result of the 9/11 Cor
which identified the
enhance cooper
communication
collaboration amo
enforcement. agencii
levels.
"It also noted their
systemic method I
investigative and op


information among all those
agencies," Betro said. "We're
all here today to basically send
p. 1A the message, 'We get it,' and
that we are committed to
building such a method. This
Sheriff Ed system represents, I .think, a
nation of tangible sign of all of our
important commitment." .
Special Agent Vernon
to be a Keenan, director of the
know that Georgia Bureau of
)le stop Investigation, said this is the
person has first time in its history the GBI
n ,another has. placed its data, in a
ar to this computer program, to be shared
to be able by other law enforcement
and I'm agencies;
m," Dean "That speaks to' the
escaped to commitment of our agency and
going to the value we place on the LinX
system," Keenan said.
r cry from SELEAP becomes the fifth
a criminal such LinX system in operation
he had to. in the United States. The other
and call four are in the Corpus Christi
ncies and area. of Texas, the Seattle area
formation of Washington state, the
Norfolk-Hampton Roads area
had this of Virginia and Hawaii. Two
it would other systems are being
so much developed in New Mexico and
Washington, D.C.
Bradford "It makes sense that NCIS
office will selected our region down here
llation of to be one:of only a handful of
of new pilot projects. .for, this
-rvers and .innovative arid very effective
equipment computer information sharing
office was network," said Wood, noting
eventually the presence in the region of
military bases, -nuclear
hat are 10 facilities, one of the busiest'
problems container ports in the country
chnology and the largest federal law
enforcement training base in
Thomas the country.*
tor, said ..The' Bradford County
ce,- is ,a Sheriffs Offige is. joined in
mission, SELEAP by agencies such as
need to the sheriff's offices in


erationr;
and
)ng la-w
es at all

e was no
to share
operational


Alachua, Baker and.Clay-
.countiesrpolice-'departments in
Gainesville and Baldwin, the
Florida Department of Law
Enforcement and the Federal
Bureau of Investigation, along
with several agencies in south
Georgia.


In 1994, she decided to come
home to Starke and open her
own practice, located at the
comer of Call and Walnut
streets in Starke. Rosier has
also maintained a part-time
practice in Macclenny which is
open. two days per week.
Rosier has represented
clients in cases involving
Florida's Sunshine Law, :civil
rights and 'equal employment,
and large construction projects.
The circuit bench hears cases
involving family law, probate,
guardianship, juvenile cases,
etc., and Rosier has had ample
experience in most of these
areas as well.
"I've handled all manner of
cases that might come before a
circuit judge, from criminal to
civil, to probate, to juvenile,"
she said.
Rosier was one of four
individuals considered for the
judgeship, including Geoffrey
Fleck, Mel Bessinger and
Steve Pennipecker. She was
previously considered for a new
judgeship in 'the circuit created
two years ago because of
increased caseload. That seat
eventually went to James
Nilon of Alachua County.


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JUDGE
Continued from p. 1A
Along with her private
clientele, Rosier has
represented several local
governments as their attorney,
including Brooker and the
Bradford County School Board.
She offered her resignation to
the. school board earlier this
week, saying she found the
position to be both
challenging and fulfilling.
"I will always remember that
the Bradford County School
Board was among the first, if.
not the first, of my clients to
retain me after I opened-'my
private practice in Starke 'in
December of 1994," Rosier
wrote in her resignation letter.
"It has been with great pride
that I have attended board
meetings in the same building
where I had my first cafeteria
meal in my first 'grade of
school at Starke Elementary
School. I credit my education
at BHS with preparing me
both for college-and for life."
-Rosier grew up in Bradford
County as Phyllis Miller and
attended Bradford High School.
She graduated with honors
from the University of Florida
School of Law in 1981.
Rosier worked as an
assistant state attorney in Lake
City and Live Oak (Third
Judicial Circuit) at two
different times that
encompassed most of the
period from 1981 to 1994.


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SAFER
Continued from p. 1A

SHer son again apologized,,
and kept walking, but
according' to her son, two or
more students began hitting
him in the face and back of the
head.
"Frustrating as. the attack'
was," she said, "the next two
weeks were just as
frustrating." :
She presented the school
board members ,ith a letter '
with the timeline of events that
followed. "
"If you would please, read it
at your leisure and notice in it
the lack of concern and the
lack of communication of Mr.
Wendell," Moore said. "I
asked him to be here because I1
don't like to talk behind
people's back."
Karl Wendell, BHS
principal, ,was '.not .in
attendance at the meeting.
Moore said her son had'
never been in trouble before.
"The only thing that he's
ever raised a ruckus oyer was.
when his speech was edited
- when he ran for freshman
senator," she said. "It wasn't
becausetit w as' 'lrga9'ITt ', as
because he was telling -the -
*studehnt 'e's a Christiaf.".'- -


Moore's voice quivered
throughout her entire talk with
the school board. She said on
March 2. she withdrew her son
from BHS because it %\as nob
longer a safe place.
lt shouldn'i have
happened." she 'said. "It
shouldn't happen."
There have been many
committee meetings on the
topic, and she said she
appreciated them.
"But you know what? It's
time to quit talking. It's time,
;to do something. It's time to
get something done that will
change Bradford High
School."
Moore's son has now been.
moved to a different district
where she feels it is more safe.
On the day he moved, she said
she told him, "I promise you
'I'll do everything in my power
to make sure that next year it's
safe at Bradford High School
for yod to return."
"That's why I'm here," she
said to the school board. "I'm
,asking your help. I can't do it,
but you can."
While the school board had
no immediate response for
Moore, assistant
superintendent Rick ,Ezzell'
(who was not present at the
'~1eting) said, in a Tuesoday
'phone interview that the scKoot
\\as taking the 'appropriate


action for this tipe of incident,
per the student code of
conduct.
He said he could.not discuss
particulajrs of the incident and
what disciplinary action %ere
taken against the students
involved
Following an investigationn


Quilting.

classes start,
in April
Two quilting classes will be
offered at the Bradford-Union
Vo-Tech Center in April. The
beginner's, class starts on
Monday, April 10, and the
advanced class begins on
] .* .


of the incident. Bradford
County Sheriff's Deputy
Chuck Johnson, the, school's
resource officer. filed charges
by sworn complaint on. two
students vith the,, state
attorney's office for the
alleged batter.


Tuesday April 11.,
Each class %ill run for four
weeks, ending on Monday,
MaN I, and Tuesday, Ma3 2.
The annual quilting show and
supper will be held on
Tuesday May 2.
The instructor will be
Minnie Redding; To ,register,
contact the Vo-Tech at (904)
966-6764.


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BILLS
Continued from p. 1A

Unmonitored usage of lights
at parks and ball fields, which
sometimes causes them to be
left on all night. w\as also
discussed.
/The city is billed by its
power provider, the Florida
Municipal Power Agency, for
all of the electricity transmitted
to the city. Because streetlights
go unmetered and their usage is
not billed to a city account, the
cost of running them is being
pissed along to the city's
electric customers, resulting in
higher bills. This could help
explain why fuel adjustment
costs have more than tripled
over the same period that the\
have doubled in other FMPA
cities;
Thompson said thanks to
Commissioner TommN
Chastain he is no" working
on getting an accurate count of
the streetlights to estimate the
cost of running them so that
amount can be backed out of
what is being charged to
customers.
That's not to say that bills
would be low without the
inclusion of those' unmetered
costs, just lower. In fact, there
isn't yet an estimate of how
much unmetered :usage
customers are absorbing or
how the citl will pay for that
unmetered electricity once it is
backed out of customers' bills.
The fact is, the power is being
used and someone has to pay
for it., .
While the cit) is studying
unmetered usage, there may be
some upgrades possible to help
reduce line loss, including the

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replacement of substation
transformers that are more than
25 years old. Thompson said.
City Clerk. Linda Johns said
'funds were set aside in a CD
when the city refinanced a.
bond, and those funds can be
used to upgrade' ,, the
transformers.
A meeting with FMPA's
other all-requirements project
-cities is being planned for
.. April 13 in Leesburg-a
-meeting of the minds in which
commissionersI hope to
convince other cities affected
by high electric costs to
support each other.
Starke Mayor Steve Futch
hopes to address cities voting
to support each other's best
interests when it comes to
FMPA projects as %ell ,as,
FMPA's efforts to reduce costs
for its members at the
meeting. More and more cities,
he said, are experiencing the
same issues as the city of
Starke.
He said talking to1 FMPA
directly about reducing energy,.
production and staffing costs
has been difficult in the past
because they are know more'
about internal operations of
the agency than member cities.
Thompson said one of his
biggest "hearibums" with
FMPA is its size in terms of
the number of employees and
the salaries they take home.
"I know. the) 're not-for-
profit, but when you go from
the number of employees when
we joined, in '96, '97 to what
they've got now, somewhere
that money has to be accounted
for so it's passed on,"
Thompson said.
Futch said it was typical of
nonprofits who have more

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money than they know what to
do with that. they pour that
money into salaries and
buildings. He didn't understand
why FMPA wasn't using that
money to, reduce costs for its
members.
The workshop was absent of
any discussion of what,:could
be done to cut costs on the
city's end and pass those
.savings on to customers. As
City Manager Ken Sauer has
pointed, out, the city's budget
is being balanced on the back
o0 the electric department, so at
the same time cities are
organizing to address FMPA, a
volunteer .board has been
formed to advise the city of
Starke.
The Starke Utility Advisory
Panel will consist of Scott
Roberts as chairman along
with Jeff Ood\. John Miller,.
Harry Hatcher. Jeanne Baker,
Darrell O'Neal and James
Rogers.


HAPPY 11. BIRTHDAY
JOHNNY


Roberts said the goal is to
study the system and return to
the commission with feasible
solutions. .

BHS raising
'Pennies for
Patients'
Student gov ernment
members at Bradford High
School are kicking off a three-
week campaign called "Pennies
for Patients" to raise funds for
the Leukemia and Lymphoma
Society.
On Tuesday, March 21, there
will be a community bake sale
from 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.,
with donations for baked goods
going to the Leukemia and
Lymphoma Society. (Students
are prohibited from purchasing
items at the bake sale.)
Friday, March 24, will be


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Pajama Day at the high
school. Students "will be
allowed to purchase a "Pajama
.;License" for $1 beginning the
prior Monday. Money raised
from ticket sales will also be
donated to the society.
If student government
reaches its goal of S2,000.
then administrators at the high
school %will spend their lunch
break on Friday, March 31.
getting a pie in the face.

Correction
Steve Futch, Starke's mayor
and member of the Crosb)
Lake Cemetery Board, was
incorrect last week when lie
listed the churches who make
up that board. Among them he
listed First Presbyterian
Church of Starke. which is not


the case.
He should haNe said First
United Methodist Church of
Starke, %which is the church he
represents on the board.

EMT course
offered
March-May
Santa Fe Community
College's Institute of Public
SafetN is offering an EMT
Refresher Course. EMS 0105.
in the Spring B semester.
Classes will meet from March
21 to May 4 on Tuesdays and
Thursday from 6-10 p.m.
The fee is $99. To register,
call (352) 395-5896.


Opening DPay Cerermooy

for the

Starke-Bradford

Gal-Ripken & Babe-Ruth

Baseball & Softball League

at the

Edwards Road Complex


Saturday, March 18,2006

Ceremony begins at 9:00 AM

and Baseball & Softball games

starting at 10:15 AM


For more information call (904) 964-6792

'S tarke Recreation Department &

Starke-Bradford Babe-Ruth League








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Third-graders who made straight A's at Starke Elementary were (front)
Melanie Starling, Karen Clark, Sabina Watson, Autumn Rodgers, (back)'
Tyler Wainwright, John Crews and Don Jeffers.


(Front, L-R) Kyle Wilkins, Cole Whitehead, Travis Duncan, (back) John
David Butler, Lakia Bright, Rachael Rensberger and Casey Crews were
the fifth-graders who made straight A's at Starke Elementary School.


Fourth-grade straight A's at Starke Elementary were (front) Josh Hayes,
Justin Perry, Braden Patrick, (back) Katlin Canady, Hannah Hildebran,
Laci Henry and Ryann Clemons.


BH F B LA Odarious Johnson placed first
BHS FBLA in C++ programming.
Two other students placed
chapter earns second in word processing I
and word processing II
district respectively, Shruti Desai and
L Brittany \Villiams. Two others
honors placed third in these events,
On Feb. 9, the Bradford Tracy Ledger for word
High School chapter of Future processing I and Erica Slayton
Business Leaders of America for word processing II.
(FBLA) attended its annual Sam Osbom placed third in
district competition in both banking and financial
Gainesville. systems and computer concepts
Students competed in a and Brittany Williams placed
variety of written, skill, and third in business procedures.
performance events including The fourth place finishers
banking and financial systems, were Odarious Johnson for
business calculations, business computer concepts and Chris
communication, business prc- Davis in marketing.
cedures, computer applications, The fifth place finishers were
computer concepts, word Kristin Devalerio in business,
processing, public speaking, procedures and Jeremy Pierce:
job interview, marketing, and in marketing.
technology concepts. The top four in each skill
Local students competed and written event and the
with students from Union winners of each performance
County, Hawthorne, event qualify to compete at the
Gainesville, Eastside, State Leadership Conference to
Buchholz and Santa Fe high be held at the Peabody hotel ihn
schools. Orlando in April:
Two students from Bradford The Bradford High School
High won their respective. chapter will en
events. o k.t. -.umo*j p troris to 'the ta
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three-\ ear history.
One of the goals 1 e focused
on from the beginning of the
\ear \\as to qualify\ as many as
\%e could for state, Chris
Hopkins, FBLA adviser said.
The students hbae worked
reallN hard and their
determination has paid off.
In addition to the
competitive events, district
elections also took place.
Jeremn Pierce, current district
president, % as successful in his
bid to become next year s
district president. Jeremy
received the majority of the
votes by delegates-from each "
chapter in the district.
The entire Bradford FBLA.'v
chapter would like to give a
huge thank you to Mr.
Clarence DeSue, director of the
Bradford/Union Vocational-
Technical Center and to Karl
Wendell, Bradford. High;,
School principal.

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cause that I know some
day will triumph than to
triumph, fn a cause thatil I
know sbme day will fail.
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your- true
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True Colors, an interactive.
fun presentation where you can
learn more about yourself and ;
0ow to work wilh others. will
take place at the Santa Fe
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30, from 9-10:30 a.m.
Participants will, enhance
their communication and team-
building skills and_ learn a
greater appreciation for
diversity.
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so sign. up by calling the
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Grove group
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The Pleasant Grove Action
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meeting is held. on third,
Monday. The next meeting is
March 20 at 7, p.m. in the
annex of the Pleasant: Grove
United Methodist Church on
NW 177th St.
All concern citizens are
urged to attend.


Bradford Memorial Post 1016 VFW and its Ladies WORTH NOTING I
Auxiliary are accepting donations for a drawing to be
held in May for his quilt. The quilt as made and ........ ond and-ou uesda ofn t
donated by Ellen H1arrington (above), a member of the mothi 7 p m at Weste rnSteer
VFW Ladies Auxiliary. Donations of $2 each or 3/$5 are Steak House in Starke. For
requested. The quilt will be available for viewing at the information call Angel Hill, (904)
Strawberry Festival in April. 364-6215..


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Veterans with an honorable
discharge who are interested in
reactivating Post #314 are urged to
call 964-5373, Maurice J. White,
anytime after 7 p.m.

The Lawtey Recreation Board
meets on the second Tuesday of the
month at 7 p.m.
A meditation and stress control,
workshop is held every Thursday at
6:30 p.m. at the Senior Health Care
Center. Call to register (904) 782-
1069.

Bradford Lodge No. 35 F&AM, at
the comer of Orange and Call
streets, in Starke has slated commu-
nications on the second and fourth
Monday of the month at 7:30 p.m.
and a covered dish dinner on the
second Monday at 6:30 p,m.
The Bradford County Veteran .
Service Officer days of service are
STuesdays and Fridays, from 8 a.m.
to 5 p.m. For inquiries, please call
-.(904) 966-6385.


CHURCH I

First Assembl) of God, 8025 Starke invites the public to its
S.R. 100, will host a free Choir Anniversary on Sunday,
Comedy Night featuring Jeff March 19. 3:30 p.m. The Rev.
Allen and Bob Nelson on Jake Davis is pastor. :i
Saturday, March .18,at 6:30 SL John Missionary Baptist
p.m. Nursery will be provided Church, Hwy. 200/B in Lawtey
for kids up to 4 years old. Snack. invites the public to the second
bar will be open as a fund raiser. annual Women Prayer Breakfast
The public is invited. Regular on Saturday, March 25, 9:30 a.m.
services include Suiday School Tickets are $5 and are on sale
for all ages starting at 9:30 a.m.; from any member of St.i John.
Sunday worship. 10:30 a.m. and Messenger will be Missionary
6:30 p.m.; Wednesday family Peggy Davis from Rockledge.
night \% ith Youth, Royal The Rev. James Rackley is
Rangers, Nlissionettes, and pastor.
adult Bible study starting at 7
p.m. Call (352) 473-3432 for New Beginning Lighthouse of
more information or visit the Prayer, 102 E. Brownlee St, will
%\eb site at be having a three night
\%v\ keystoneheights.org Leadership revival with Dr.
Geraldine Eady of Jesup, Ga.
Victory Revival Center The public is invited. For more
Congregational Holiness information please call (904)
Church will have a spring 368-0044 or leave message at
re% ival featuring Sister Linda (904) 964-7255.
Baughtman MNonday-Friday,h
March 13-17,7:30 p.m. The Highland First Baptist Church
church is, 3 miles north of of Lawtev will celebrate the 9th
Starke on U.S. 301. Randall annual Homecoming with a
Griffib Sr. is pastor. Call (904) concert by "Rushing Wind" at 11
964-2526 for information. The a.m. on Sunday, March 26,
public is invited. Dinner on the grounds will
Ebenezer Baptist Church ill follow. The public is invited.
Ebenezer Baptist Church will
celebrate Home Mission Morgan Road Baptist Church
Anniversary on Sunday, March will feature missionary Vickie
19. 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. The Blair at the Sunday, March 19, 6
public is invited. p.m. service. The topic will be
Project Kyrghyzstan. The public
New Hope Missionary Baptist is invited.
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Elderly couple
seeks help for
son's liver
transplant
Charles and Marian
McFarland of Starke have set
up a fund at Community State
Bank for' their son, Charles
Gaylon McFarland, who is in
need of a liver transplant.
Charles Gaylon McFarland
is a Vietnam veteran and has
been waiting for a liver for.
three to four years. He recently
was told he was next on the list
to receive one.
Because of a hospital policy
to pay the pharmacy in
anticipation of the surgery, the
McFarlands had to seek help
from Community State Bank.
Marian said any help would be
greatly appreciated.
Donations can be made at
Community State Bank of
Starke, 811 S. Walnut St., in
the name of Marian
McFarland.

Class of '77
gets a head
start on
reunion
The class of 1977 is in the
planning stages for its 30th
year class reunion June 2007
There will be meetings once a
month on the following dates
at 4 p.m. at the Bradford High
School cafeteria: March 26,
April 23, May 28, June 25 and
July 23.
Class members are urged to
help plan this milestone
reunion. If more information is
needed, contact Telia Cohens at
(904) 769-1153, Francis Perry -
at (904) 964-5884 or Sherry
Petteway Williams at (904')
769-9632.

RJE Alumni
Committee to
meet April 4
The R.J.E. Alumni
Committee will have a
meeting on Tuesday. April 4,
at 6 p.m. at Western Steer
Steak House in Starke.
All members are encouraged
to attend.
For information, call Valara
-Petteway at 964-3809 or
Shirley Ford at 368-0504.


The Ladies Auxiliary VFW and members of the Bradford Memorial Post 1016 recently
raised money for vests for police dogs. The vests are meant to protect police dogs
from bullets and knife attacks. Sergeant Ricky Crews (center) of the Starke Police
Department accepted the check from Ladies Auxiliary president Connie Erdman (left)
and VFW Post Commander Christine Peace.


Drawing for quilt set for May


Lucile Johns

Johns
celebrates
90th birthday
Pine Level Baptist Church
honored Lucile Johns with a
surprise 90th birthday party
following evening services on
Feb. 12: .
The fellow \ ship .hall, was5
decorated with red. yellow and
green balloons. Refreshments
were served along with a
birthday cake decorated in red
7and yellow roses which was
created by Marie Thornton.
Special guests included Mr.
and- Mrs. Arley McRae (Ms.
Johns' step-daughter and her '
husband) and Geraldine:
Hootcn (Ms. Johns' sister-in-
law) .
Ms.. Johns has. been a
dedicated :member of Pine.
Level Baptist Church for many
years and taught a Sunday
School class for more than 50.
years. She sang in the choir
and participated in all church
activities all the years she was
able, She still attends all
church ,er, ices.
After teaching school for 34"
years. Ms. Johns retired in
1Q76.


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LEFT: An
enraged Judd
(Alan Alwine
Patterson)
takes up the
only weapon
he can find, a
carrot, and
prepares to
use it against
his brother
Jeff. In "Quiet q
Please," the
two brothers
have been
feuding for
years, living
together in a
cabin with a
line drawn
down the
middle.

' ABOVE: The
Patterson, at left)
the feud between


LEFT: An '
uninvited
guest, played
by Nancy .
Alvarez, at
center, throws
a monkey t
wrenbh irto the-
feud when she i
becomes an
overnight i'
guest of the
brothers after i
her car breaks
down. At left is
Alan Alwine
Patterson and; ,
at right is Buzz
Dyal.
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A highlight of the evening will be "A Musical Tribute to
Broadway" presented by Jack Stella and Karyn Merritt.


Music and comedy

on tap in 'An

Evening of One Acts'


LEFT: Have you ever just wanted to climb a tree and hide from the
world? That's what Chris Perry was doing in "Counting to Three" when ..
a concerned young friend decided he should come down. ABOVE:
Jamie Mobley (at left) plays the friend who finally convinces Chris
Perry (at right) to come down. A friendly arm wrestling match helped +.
decide the final outcome.


BY MARCIA MILLER
Telegraph Staff Writer
The two brothers have been feuding for
years. The only thing that keeps them from
resorting to fisticuffs every day is a line drawn
down'the middle of their cabin that keeps each
one in his own territory.
They just won't be reconciled in spite of the
efforts of concerned friends and neighbors-
until the day the vehicle of a lady tourist
breaks down on the road out from.
The lady ends up staying the evening,
forcing the brothers to try to be hospitable to
her while maintaining their feud with each
other. The results of those efforts will keep
audiences chuckling throughout "Quiet
Please," one of three one-act plays to--be
presented by the Lake Region' Community
Theatre at the Starke Golf and Country Club.
The brothers are played by Alan Alhine
Patterson and Buzz Dyal. The lad. is
portrayed by Nancy Al'arez Jack Stella,
Shanna Guyer and Darlene Embleton pla. the
parts of townspeople "\ho hate be appointed


as a committee to try to end the brothers' feud.
Matt Eunice is directing.
The dinner-theater style presentation that
includes "Quiet Please" has been dubbed "An
Evening of One-Acts" and has been set for
Friday through Sunday, March 17-19 and 24-
26.
Tickets on Fridays and Saturdays are $20
for adults, $15 for citizens 55 or older and $10
for children. Those prices include a full dinner
and dessert. Dinner begins at 6 p.m. and the
show starts at 7:30 p.m.
Tickets on Sundays are $18 for adults, $13
for citizens 55 or older and $10 for children.
Sunday ticket prices include hors d'oeuvres,
beverage and dessert. Food will be served
beginning at 6 p.m. with the show afterward.
Advance ticket sales are preferred so that
dinner can be more easily planned. Tickets are
on sale now at the theater box office at 218 S.
Walnut St. in Starke (next to Craig Falstreau\,
Heating and Air). The box office is open from
5-8 p.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
j 3See PLAY, p. 7A


RIGHT: With only
two beds in the
cabin, the lady
(Nancy Alvarez,
at left) could
hardly be
expected to
share sleeping
accommodations,
so the feuding
brothers wind up
having to share a
bed in "Quiet
Please." The
brothers (I-r Buzz
Dyal and Alan
Alwine
Patterson) were
not pleased with
this
arrangement.


Kiwanis club
is in need of
prom dress
donations
The Kiwanis Club'of Starke
is hoping to make prom a
special event for some students
by holding "A Chance to'
Dance," the club's first-ever
prom dress dri'e.
People in the community are
encouraged to donate their
gently used gowns, accessories
and shoes to help local girls
who ma) otherwise 'miss, out
oon going to the prom
All donations, which, should
be made prior to April 1, will
be accepted at Town and
Country Ford Mercury. You
may call Carol Still at (904)


964-7200 to arrange for
pickup.
Applications are being
accepted from all local high
school girls 'in need of
assistance. There are no
qualifying guidelines and the.
entire process will be. kept
completely confidential.
Applications are due by
April 7 and appointments will
be .scheduled in order of,
applications received. The
earlier 'an application, is
received, the better the
selection will be.
- Appointments will be given
to girls for private fittings (no
long lines or crowds will be
present), ensuring each
applicant receives the
individual attention necessary
to find the perfect dress for a
special occasion.
Applications may be picked


up at Town and Country Ford
NMercury and Denmark
Furniture. You may also call,
(904) 964-7200 or send an e-
mail to townandcountryfm
@yaho6.com. *


BMS band
concert set
for tonight
The Bradford Middle School
band will hold a concert
tonight, Thursday, March 16,
:at 7 p.m. in the Bradford High"
School auditorium..
The concert will prepare the
band for its upcoming Florida
Bandmasters Association
music assessment on March
23-25. BMS band is hosting
other bands from the district at
BHS for this assessment.'


The BHS and BMS bands
will have a combined
concession stand at the
Bradford County Fair, as well.



BC School
Board sets
workshop for
March 21
The Bradford County School
Board has set its next
workshop for Tuesday, March
21, at 4:30 p.m. in the school
board meeting room at the
district offices.
The special board meeting
set for this date has been
canceled.


Orchestra
performs
March 26
The Gainesville Chamber
Orchestra will perform at the
Santa Fe Community College
Cultural Building on Sunday,
March 26, at 2 p.m.
The program will include
Handel's "Entrance for the
Queen of Sheba," Bach's
"Concerto for Two Violins,"
Kreisler's "Schoen Rosmarin,"
Vivaldi's "Winter," Brahms'
"Hungarian Dance No. 6,"
Massenet's "Meditation from
Thais," and Vivaldi's
"Concerto for Two Violins."
For more information,
contact the Andrews Center at
(904) 964-5382 after March
20.


Bean
announces
district office
hours in area,
House District 12
Representative Aaron Bean's
staff will meet with
constituents in Middleburg,
Starlke and Macclenny on the
third Thursday of every month.
Staff will next visit Starke at
the Bradford County
Cooperative Extension Service
office on U.S. 301 north on
Thursday, March 16, from 1-2
p.m. Appointments are not'
necessary, but if you would
like to make an appointment,
please call (904) 491-3664.


preacher (Jack Stella, at center) tries to referee a fight between brothers Judd (Alan Alwine
and Jeff (Buzz Dyal, at right). The preacher is a part of the town committee that is trying' to end
n the two brothers. In the background are. the other members of the committee, played by (1-r)
Darlene Embleton and Shanna Guyer.


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LAY'
C Continued from |
.heck today's ne
for a coupon in the L
for $2 off those ticket p
I or other ticket
Ioc tions and times, c
22(,-4092 or Karyn N
(3 2),'215-2422. Me
als4 be reached via'e
ste inet@atlantic.net.
Another of the o
titled "Counting to Th
rorlantic comedy tha
with John (played b
Pesry) up a tree and re
come down. Mary (p
Ja'mi Mobley) tries ev
to get her shy, bi
classmate out of'the t
is afraid to jump-
prcbably a little more
Mary.
A highlight of the
will be."A Musical Ti
Broadway" presented
Stella and Karyn Mer
impressive musical a:
number should ph
audiences.
LRCT is..a n
community group dec
encouraging' an, app
for the arts.


BanquV'

benefits

Dreams

Come True
The Shands Starke
Come True Banquet
held Friday, April 7, fr
p.m. in the hospital's
Individual ticket
available for $75 pa
corporate tables seatir
are available for a
donation. Dinner
provided by some of t
caterers .' from -
Gainesville 'and Jack
Seating is limited to
reserve your spot now.
All proceeds will
Dreams Come True, a
nonprofit org
dedicated to fulfill
dreams of children witl
leukemia, cystic
muscular dystrophy,
cardiac disease,
d% function, neur
disorders and othe
Lhredtening illnesses.
Aftong.'the events
:ven ng will-be a fun
auction featuring
autographed 'by Dan
Urban Meyer and
Bowden; a jersey auto
by iKurt Warner; i
autographed by Chipp
and Dave Dravec
professional 'access pa
Jaguars football gami
Sam Kouvaris; a
balloon ride; a'
parachute jump;
autographed books .ar
more. Organizers a
anticipating an appear
Kouvaris, a sports brc
with WJXT Channe
Jacksonville.
For tickets or,
information, call (90
9799.


County

convenes

March 16
The Bradford
Commission will r
Thursday, March 16,
p.m. in the boardroo
Bradford County Coi
located on U.S. 301 in
There will be a v
beginning at 5:30 p.m
The meeting is ope
public, and an agenda
obtained in advance
office of the clerk o
For more information
(904) 966-6280.





BC

LEGAL


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIF
AND FOR BRADFORD


CASE NO: 04-2006
IN RE' The Marriage of
CHARLES MATHEW CAM
Husband,
VS.
MICHELE MARTHA HINE
CAMPBELL,
Wife.'
NOTICE OF ACTI
TO: MICHELE MARTHA H
CAMPBELL
RESIDENCE UNKNOWN
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
of Petition for Dissolution of
has been filed against yo
-above styled Court and
required to serve a copy
written response to J
COOPER, ESQUIRE, Co
Adamec, 100 West Ca
Starke, Florida 32091, on
April 15, 2006, and file th
with the ,Ilark of the Cou


before service on the al
attorney or immediately
otherwise a default will
against you for the relief d
p. 6A the petition.
WITNESS my hand and
wspaper of this Court on the 2
.RCT ad February, 2006. R
prices. CLERK OF T
et sale By: Ca
all (352) John S. Cooper, Esquire-
erri Cooper and Adamec
lerritt at 100 West Call Street
rritt can Starke, Florida 32091
e-mail at (904) 964-4101
Fax: 964-4839
)ne-acts, Florida Bar No: 0910340
rne-acisa Attorney for Husband
ree," is a 3
at opens
by Chris LEGAL NOTI
-to The Suwannee River
fusirfg-to Council, Inc. Board of D
played by hold a meeting of thi
everything Directors on Monday,
ut cute, 2006, 7:00 p.m. at thi
ree. John Church of God in Live Oa
but he's
afraid of IN THE CIRCUIT C
BRADFORD COUNTY
File No.: 04-20
evening PROBAT
'ribute to in Re: THE ESTATE OF
by Jack HILDA H. Jackson
rritt. This Deceased
fdiance NOTICE TO CREI
nd dance The administration of th
ease all Hilda H. Jackson, decea
date of death was July 2
nonprofit pending in the Circui
"icated to Bradford County, Florid
ecication Division. the address of
)reciation North Temple Avenue,
32091-0340. The na
addresses of the
representative and th
representative's attorney
below.
All creditors of the decede
persons having claims c
against decedent's estate
copy of this notice is req
served must file their clai
court WITHIN THE LA
MONTHS AFTER THE
THE FIRST PUBLIC
Dreams THIS NOTICE OR 30 DA
THE DATE OF SERV
will be COPY OF THIS NO
om 7-10 THEM.
atrium. All other creditors of the di
other persons having
s am demands against deced
ach, and must file their claims wit
ng eight WITHIN 3 MONTHS Al
$3,000 DATE OF THE
,ll be PUBLICATION OF THIS
will be ALL CLAIMS NOT FILE
he finest THE TIME PERIODS SE
Starke, IN SECTION 733.702
sonville. FLORIDA PROBATE C
BE FOREVER BARRED.
150, so NOTWITHSTANDING
PERIODS SET FORT
benefit ANY CLAIM FILED
regional YEARS OR MORE AF
anization DECEDENTS DATE OF
n BARRED.
ing the The dat6 of first public
notice is March 16, 2006.
h cancer, Personal Representative
fibrosis, Karen Crook
AIDS, 2507 Representative Way
renal Buford, Georgia 30519
Attorney for Personal Rep
rological Sam V
rr life- Attorney for K
Florida Bar N
of the Boone &
df t605NE1stSti
d-raising Gainesville, Fl
footballs. Telephone: (35
Marino, sboone@bo
Bobby 3 11
ographed NOTICE OF INTEN
baseballs REGISTER FIOTI1
er Jones NAME,
ky; a Pursuant to Section 865.
ss to a Statutes, notice is hereby
ss to a Undersigned, Albert a
he with DeBlock, 12486NW CR-2
hot air FL 32091, joint owner
tandem business.under the firm
DeBlock's What Not Sh
artwork, NW CR-225, Starke, 'I
id much intends to register said
re also name under the aforesaids
race by Dated this 8th day of Marc
oadcaster Bradford County.
Il 4 in
PUBLIC NOTICE OF
more TP ISSUE AN
more CONSTRUCTION PI
4) 772- AND A TITLE V
OPERATION PEN
REVISION
The Department
Environmental Prote
Draft Air Construction P
0070012-011-Al
DRAFT Title V Air Opera
Revision Project N
0070012-010-AV
Revision to Title V Air C
County Permit No.: 0070012-
meet on Compressor Station I
at 6:30 Bradford County
at -.3 The Department of Env
m at the Protection (permitting
urthouse, Ives notice of its intent
SStarke. Xir Construction Permit a
workshop Air Operation Permit F
; Florida Gas Tran
*n to the Company- Compressor
ST-. 16 located at Highway
imay 1 Brooker, Bradford Coun
in the revision Is a change to
f courts. Operation PermitNo. 00
on, call AV. The applicant's
on, ca address are: Richard Cra
Gas Transmission Corn
Office Box 4657, Hous
77251.
Project 011-AC, to
Particulate Matter (PM/P
SO2 emission limits fo
Unit 003. This revi
increases the beat rat
SEU003 from 62.1 MMB
S MMBtu/hr; to include t

S 'APIPENDIXC, 40%CFR
GG- New Source Pe
Standards for gas turbine
by reference in
SOF THE 204.800(7)(b), F.A.C., an
TIN Specific Condition No. C.
CUIT, Fuel Monitoring Scheduli
FLORIDA requirements of Permit No
-DR-0099 007-AV remain in effect.
-DR-09 Project 010-AV, Title V R


IPBELL, the purpose of incorpo
terms and conditions
Construction Permit, No
011-AC.
The permitting authority w
Air C6nstruction Permi
ION PROPOSED Title V Air
IINES Permit Revision and si
FINAL Title V Air Operat
Revision, in accordance
an action conditions of the I
f Marriage Construction Permit and 1
ou, in the Title V Air Operation Perm
you are unless a response re
r of our accordance with the
1OHN S. procedures results in
ioper and decision or significant
Il Street, terms or conditions.
or before The permitting authority
ie original written comments conce
urt, ether proposed Draft Air Co
Permit issuance action for





tion Permit
No.:
operationn
007-AV
No. 16
ironmental
authority)
to issue an
nd a Title V
Revision to
ismission
Station No.
231 North,
ty. The
Title VAir
70012-007-
name and
aig,, Florida
pany, Post
ton, Texas
revise 'the
'M10), and
r Emission
sion also
e input for
tu/hr to 68
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to include
0iO, Subpart
rformance
as, adopted
Rule 62-
id removes
19: Custom
i. All other
). 0070012-
levislon for
rating the
5 of Air
. 0070012-
will issue the
it and the
Operation
subsequent
tion Permit
e with the
Draft Air
the DRAFT
nit Revision
ceived in
following
a different
change of
will accept
earning the
instruction
a period of


DENIMARK
FURNITURE
It's a fact, you can do better at
DENMARK'S.
434 W. Call St.
964-5827


bove-named 14 (fourteen) days from the date of (d A statement of all disputed issues Starke, Florida. 32091 OR THIRTY .(30) DAYS AFTER
thereafter, publication of this Public Notice. of material fact. If there are none, the : Starke, Florida,.32091 THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A
be entered Written comments should be petition must so state; COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON
demanded in provided to the Department, at the (e) A concise statement of the EVERETT THACKER THEM.
Northeast District Office, 7825 ultimate facts alleged, as well as the ROYIA J. THACKER All creditors of the decedent and other
I official seal Baymeadows Way, Suite B200, -rules and -statutes which entitle 1024: outh4th Street persons having claims or demands
27th day of Jacksonville, Florida 32256-7590 petitioner to relief; A"k/a ROYIA J. HODGE against decedent's estate, including
(Telephone: 904/807-3300). Any. (f) A statement of the specific rules or Avondale, Anzona 85323 unmatured, contingent or unliquidate
Y NORMAN, written comments filed shall be made statutes the petitioner contends A/k/a ROYIA ALLRED THACKER / claims, must file their claims with the
*HE COURT available for public inspection. If require reversal or modification of the 1024 South4th Street Court WITHIN THREE MONTHS
irol Williams written comments received result in agency's proposed action; and, Avondale, Arizona 85323 AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST 7
a significant change in this Draft Air (g) A statement of the relief sought by YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE.
Construction Permit, the permitting the petitioner, stating precisely the to Quiet Title on the following ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED WILL
authority shall issue a Revised Draft action petitioner wishes the agency to property in Bradford County. Florida: BE FOREVER BARRED.
Air Construction Permit and require, take with respect to the agency's Lot 40 of ROLLING ACRES, an The date of the first publication of this
if applicable, another Public Notice. proposed action, unrecorded subdivision in Secton 35, Notice is March 16,2006.
The Permitting Authority will accept A petition that does not dispute the Township 5 South, Range 21 East, as Personal Representative
written comments concerning the material facts upon which the more particularly set forth in the ELOISE JONES
DRAFT Title V Air Operation Permit permitting authority's action is based attached legal description. ALSO Post Office Box 356
94tchg 3/30 Revision for a period of thirty (30) shall state that no such facts are in conveyed is a perpetual right of Starke Florida 32091
Says from the date of publication of dispute and otherwise shall contain ingress and egress as described in Attomey for Personal Representative
CE this Public Notice. Written the same information as set forth O.R. book 210 at page 161. John S. Cooper, Esquire
Economic comments must be post-marked and above, as required by Rule 28- Description: 100 West Call Street
directors will all facsimile comments must be 106.301, F.A.C. Lot40 Starke, Florida 32091
e Board of received by the close of business Because the administrative hearing A parcel of land situated In the South (904) 964-4701
March 27, (5:00 pm), on or before the end of this process is designed to formulate final One half of the Northeast One Florida Bar No: 0910340
a Live Oak 30-day period, by the Permitting agency action, the filing of a petition Quarter of Section 34, Township 5 3/162tchg.3/23
ak, Florida. Authority at the Department, at the means that the permitting authority's South, Range 21 East, Bradford
3/16 ltchg. Northeast District Office, 7825 final action may be different from the County, Florida; said parcel being NOTICE OF PROPOSED
Baymeadows Way. Suite B200, position taken by it in this notice of more particularly described as ORDINANCE OF THE BOARD
OURT FOR Jacksonville, Florida 32256-7590 or intent. Persons whose substantial follows: OF COUNTY
Y, FLORIDA facsimile 904/448-4363. As part of interests will be affected by any such Commence at a concrete monument COMMISSIONERS OF
05-CP-0114 his or her comments, any person final decision of the permitting at the Southeast comer of said North BRADFORD COUNTY
rE DIVISION may also request that the Permitting authority on the applications) have East One Quarter and run South 89 FLORIDA
Authority hold a public meeting on the right to petition to become a party degrees 39 minutes 07 seconds NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
this permitting action. If the to the proceeding, in accordance with West, along the South line of said proposed Ordinance, whose title
Permitting Authority determines there the requirements set forth above. North East One Quarter a distance of hereinafter appears, will be brought
DITORS is sufficient interest for a public Mediation is not available for this 463.00 feet to a concrete monument; up for possible adoption on Monday,
he estate of meeting, it will publish notice of the proceeding. thence run North 00 degrees 28 April 3, 2006, at the Bradford County
ised, whose time, date, and location on'r the In addition to the above, pursuant to minutes 02 seconds West. 128.80 Commission Meeting commencing
27, 2005, is Department's official web site for .42 United States Code (U.S.C.) feet to a concrete monument; thence at 9:30 a.m., in the Bradford County
t Court for n o t ic es a t Section 7661d(b)(2), any person may run South 89 degrees 39 minutes 07 Commission Meeting Room,
a, Probate http://tlhora6.dep.state.fl.us/onw and petitionthe Administrator of the EPA seconds West, 215.00 feet to an iron Bradford County Courthouse, North
which is 945 in a newspaper of general circulation within 60 (sixty) days of the pipe; thence run North 02 degrees 42 Wing, 945 N. Temple Avenue,
Starke, FL in the area affected by thepermitting expiration of the Administrator's 45 minutes 48 seconds West, 71.45 feet Starke, Florida. A copy of said
ames and action. For additional information, (forty-five) day review period as to the center-line of a cul-da-sac; Ordinance may be inspected by any
personal contact the Permitting Authority at the established at 42 U.S.C. Section thence run North 32 degrees 01 member of the public at the office of
e personal above address or phone number. If 7661d(b)(1), to object to Issuance of minutes 58 seconds East, along the the County Manager, Bradford
are set forth written comments or comments any Titlp V'permit. Any petition shall center-line of an easement for County Courthouse, Starke, Florida.
received at a public meeting result in be based only on objections to the Utilities and general road purpose On the date above mentioned, all
nt and other a significant change to the DRAFT Title V permit that were raised with 270.00 feet to the point of beginning; interested parties may appear and be
or demands Title V Air Operation Permit reasonable specificity during the 30 thence continue north 32 degrees 01 heard with respect to this proposed
Son whom a Revision, the Permitting Authority (thirty) day public comment period minutes 58 seconds East, along said Ordinance.
luired to be shall issue a Revised DRAFT Title V provided in this notice, unless the center-line 150.00 Feet: thence run 2006-
ms with this Air Operation Permit Revision and petitioner demonstrates to the North 57 degrees 58 minutes 02 -AN ORDINANCE OF THE BOARD
TER OF 3 require, if applicable, another Public Administrator of the EPA that it was seconds West, 385 feet more or less OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
: TIME OF Notice. All comments filed will be impracticable to raise such to the center-line of Gum Creek; OF BRADFORD COUNTY
ATION OF made available for public inspection, objections within the comment period thence run South westerly along said FLORIDA, CREATING CHAPTER
YS AFTER A person whose substantial interests or unless the grounds for such center-line to a point bearing North 57 62, ARTICLE III, SECTIONS 62-37
ICE OF A are affected by the proposed objection arose after the comment degrees 58 minutes 02 seconds THROUGH 62-39, TO PROVIDE
)TICE ON permitting decision may petition for period. West, from the point of beginning; PROCEDURES FOR THE
an administrative hearing in Filing of a petition with the thence run South 57 degrees 58 CLOSURE AND ABANDONMENT
ecedentand accordance with Sections 120.569 Administrator of the EPA does not minutes 02 seconds East, 375 feet AND TRANSFER OF ROADS
claims or and 120.57 of the Florida Statutes stay the effective date of any Title V more or less to the point of beginning. OWNED BY BRADFORD
went's estate (F.S.). The petition must contain the permit properly issued pursuant to Subject to an easement for Utilities COUNTY PROVIDING
h this court information set forth below and must the provisions of Chapter 62-213. ad general road purposes across the D'RECTIONS TO THE CODIFIER:
FTER THE be filed (received) in the Department, F.A.C. Petitions filed with the as ly 30 feet thereof. PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY;
FNOIRST at theNortheast District Office,7825 Administrator of EPA must meet the hasbeen filed against you and you AND PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE
NOTICE. Baymeadows Way, Suite B200, requirements of 42 U.S.C. Section are required to serve a copy of your DATE.
D WITHIN Jacksonville, Florida 32256-7590 7661d(b)(2) and must be filed with written defenses, if any, to it on W. By: TERENCE M. BROWN
ET FORTH (Telephone: 904/807-3300; Fax: the Administrator of the EPA at: U.S Alan Winter, Esquire, the Plaintiffs Bradford County Attorney
? OF THE 904/448-4363). Petitions filed by any EPA, 401 M Street S.W., attorney, whose address is The 486 North Temple Avenue
ODE WILL persons other than those entitled to Washinton, D.C. 20460 Winter Law Firm, 310 Third Street, Post Office Box 40
written notice under Section A omete project file is available for Neptune Beach, Florida, 32266 Starke,Flora 32091
THE TIME 120.60(3), F.S., must be filed within o inte proj fie is available for within thirty days after the first AX964-3796
H ABOVE, 14 (fourteen) days of publication of ublic inspecton during normal publication of the Notice of Action. (904) 964-8272FAX:964-3796 .
TWO (2) the public notice or within 14 ess hours, 8:00 a.m. to 5. and file the original with the Clerk of
FTER THE (fourteen) days of receipt of the notice holiday trough Friday, except this Court either before service on the CITY OF STARKE
:DEATH IS of intent, whichever occurs first. Permittindauth, aorit: Plaintiff's attorney or immediately INVITATION TO BID
Under Section 120.60(3), F.S., State of Florida thereafter, otherwise a default will be The Cit of Starke solicits written
tion of this however, any person who asked the Department of Environmental entered against you for the relief proposal to all insurance companies
permitting authority for noteticeof Protection demanded in the Complaint or authorized to offer group employer
ncy action m) ays o file a petition Northeast District Air Program D on this 23rd day of February, healthh and dentalinsurance
whin 14 (fourteen) days of receipt of 7825 Baymeadows Way, Suite B2 ATED on this 23rd day of February, plans. Proposals are expected from
that notice, regardless of the date of Jacksonville, Florida 32256-7590 2006 only financially sound insurers,
esentate: publication. peitoner shall mail a Teepe:904807-3300 RAY NORMAN authorized todo business in Florida.
)resentative: copy of thepetition to the applicant at FAX: 904/448-4363 CLERK OF THE COURT All organizations are to provide a
V. Boone Jr. the address indicated above, at the The complete.roject file includes the B: Carol Williams request for information and
..arenCoo ti ^f f. Th.e.alure of any TechnoaIEvauaton and Preiminatery ,,. .- .. ^ .=.'" complete a Vendo Request Form as

eorida32601 request an administrative tir eration Perik' EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN Wensd.anceS rvices via Em",lo 'ax
id 3742 r3e0 .qdete an aminisrai Revision, the applicationss, and the AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY en@wenservices.com or 904-
2) 374-8308 determination (hearing)' under information submitted b0 the AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY, 7..-' ). .
onelaw.com Sections 120.569and 120.7, F.S., or responsible official, exclusive of FLORIDA
2 t .in.vien Ip np e oth exsclusner S on I E CASE NO:. 04.w00,- Formal written proposals will be"
g. eenen thisproceeding confidential records er CASE .O CPR026 accepted through April 7, 2006.
t t participate as a party to it. Any 403111, Interested persons DE EESTATE F CURTIS 16 ltchg.
ONTO subsequent intervention will be only may. cnt rst~ph e~, ,. ,c, ODELL JONES, 1. .
TIOUS at the approval of the presiding officer Pat the above a s LEGAL NOTICE
09, Flori upon the filing of a motion in 807-3300, foradditional information NOTICE TO CREDITORS The Excuve ommtee f the
09, Florda compliance with Rule 28-106.205 of 3/161 The administration of the Estate of Te Excu ie sommie ofnth
given that the Florida Administrative Code 3/161thg. CURTIS ODELL JONES, deceased, Workforce Board will meet on
225, ntha F.A.tc)i d 'm IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, EGHTH ase'No: 042006-CP0026 i Thursday, March 23, 2006, at 12:00
S ae, 'petition that disputes the material JUDCILl l CIRCUIT pending In the Circuit Court for pmtt aSil bC s
ers, doing facts on which the permitting iN AND FORBRA RD Bradford County, Florida, Probate 1 NE Te Gaine s,,
name of authority s action is based must COUNTY, FLORIDA Division, the address of which is Florida. Please contact Phyllis Marty
op, 12486 contain the folow nformaton CASE NO 4 A0095 Bradford CountyCourthouse, Post at352-955-6509 with any questions
FL3.2091, (a) The name and address of each DONALD W. HARTSFIELD Office Drawer B, Starke, Florida you may have.
d ftitiou agency affected and each agency's And SUSAN R. HARTSFIELD 32091. 3/16hg
ein. file or identification number, if known; As husband and wife, The name and address of the : lchg.,
h, 2006, in (b) The name, address and telephone Plaintiffs, personal representative and the PUBLIC AUCTION
3/16itchg number of the petitioner; name vs. personal representative's attorney Ron Denmark Mini Storage will hold
I .I address and telephone number of the JAY B. EDWARDS, SHIRLEY L are set forth below. a Public Auction on Fnday, March 31,
INTENT petitioner's representative, if any, EDWARDS, EVERETT THACKER, All creditors of thedecedent and other .2006, at 10 a.m. at 2117 N. Temple
AIR which shall be the address for ROYIA J. THACKER a/k/a ROYIAJ. persons having claims or demands Avenue, Starke, FL on the following
PERMIT service purposes during the course of HODGE a/k/a ROYIA ALLRED against decedents estate, including storage units containing persona
AIR the proceeding; and an explanation of THACKER, unmatured, contingent or unliquidated items:
RMIT how petitioner's substantial rights will Defendants. claims, on whom a copy of this notice #22-Belonging to T. Jordan
be affected biy the agency NOTICE OF ACTION is served must file their claims with #32-BelongingtoJ. Canipe
of 2 determination; TO: JAY B. EDWARDS this Court WITHIN THE LATER OF #33-Belonging to C. Pinckney
ctio (c) A statement of how and when the SHIRLEY L EDWARDS TREE (3) MONTHS AFTER THE #74-Belonging to M. Key
rmitNo.: petitioner received notice of the Rt2,Box2515 DATE OF. THE FIRST #77-Belongingto S. Thomas
b agency action or proposed actionei. Rt 2. Box 2515 pUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE L 3/162tchg. 323


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-g Lawtey takes steps to establish zoning board


Linda Lawson displays her quilts.


Quilting on display at library


The Bradford County Library
is celebrating National Quilling
Day which is Saturday. March
IS. by displaying quilted wall
hangings. The display features
both modern and traditional
styles quilted b) Linda Lawson.
The display will continue
through April I.
Lawson has been quilting for
15 years. She is current) a
member of the Lady of the Lak'e


Prevention

Task Force

lunches

March 22
Join members f6r the
Bradford-Llnion Prevention


Quili Guild in Lake City and
was a charter member of
'Gainesville's Tree City Quilters
Guild formed in 1993. ,
La'wson is trying -to start a
quilt -guild in our area.,
Interested quilters are urged to,
contact her at (904) 966-0259.
A quill guild usually meets
once or mi ice a month to share
ideas, show completed projects
and learn from other quilters.


Task Force for a bring-your-
own brown bag lunch on
Wednesday, March 22, at
noon. The task force, which
%works to address the issues of
child abuse, domestic violence
prevention and foster
parenting, meets monthly at
First Presbyterian Church of
Starke, 921 E. Call St.


BY LINDS Y IIRKLAND
Telegraph Staff Writer
The Lawtey City Council
voted 5-0 March 6 to establish
a zoning and adjustment board.
In the council meeting,
Mayor Jimmie Scott said the
city had received calls about
rezoning property within the
city for different uses, such as
a bed and breakfast or a
campground.
"We've had a number of
requests to change zoning
codes, 'and we have found that
we, do not have the
mechanisms or vehicle in place
to do that," he said.
City Clerk Lisa Harley said
there was a zoning board-
established in Lawtey many
years ago, but there had not
been any requests for rezoning
in many years; therefore, the
board was no longer in
existence. '
"We've never had that
before, so now we're having to
deal with that," Scott said.
Under its land use plan, the
city has to establish a zoning
board to rezone land and an
adjustment board for special
exceptions and variances.
Harley said Bradford County's
planning and zoning office had
given them advice in the past
with rezoning issues.
The Lawtey Zoning Board
will rezone property, and their
recommendations will be



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Lawtey.
"Impact fees simply help
you pay the infrastructure as
you grow," he said.
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Senate Bill 360 revised
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government, he said.
The bill aims for
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where it is coming from before
you allow yourself to grow
beyond your infrastructure,"
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countywiide proportionate
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developers built new homes,
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Most counties only adopt
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The county manager told the
Lawtey City Council the
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municipalities as it would for
the county if Lawtey -adopted
the same one.
"It's to your advantage
because it won't cost you
anything," Crawford said.
"I'm sure, especially when
you get your utilities here,
you'll have developers
knocking on your door because
what draws them in is if they
can hook into your water and
sewer, they want to develop,"
Crawford said.
At the meeting, a few


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questions came from residents
about' impact fees and ha' ing
to pay them:to build a newk
:home.:
"Ninety-two percent of the'
counties have impact fees. We
do .not," Crawford said. "If we'..
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:not be allowed to grow."
He assured residents that there
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sections of the county. Fees
collected from the Lawtey area
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section. Impact fees may als&,
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these things or \ou cannot
grow." Crawford said. "That's
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community."


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April 22 and 23, 2006

The Bradford County
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SSat. 9AM-9PM and Sun. 9AM-SPM
Creature
Blue Shades of Grass-Bluegrass Band
from Tallahassee
Common Thread, Steele Country,
Glenn Snow and the Snowmen
Regional Karaoke Contest Winner -
John McMillan & Stephen Baker ,'.
Lake Region Community Theatre Z4
There will be a street dance April 22 from 6
p.m. featuring "Steele Country."
Vendor opportunities still available
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Gayle Plant is March 3 Karaoke contest winner
Gayle Plant was the March 3 Karaoke contest winner ters and a great suppor-
at Snow Country ive husband. -We look
Glenn and Lillian Snow talked Ga\ le into coming and forward to hearing
singing one nighl when she and her husband came in one more from Gayle in the
Saturday evening to listen to some good music and 'nexi few weeks of
dance. Karaoke at Snow
"Lillian is so friendly and outgoing, she made us feel Country.
like family," according to Gayle. Please note there was
Gayle has been singingall of her life. She sang in an error in April dates
school choir, in church and in the Marine Corp. She was in the last article
once in a band in California. Gayle was very modest regarding Karaoke.
about herself, but then her husband came in the room There are only March
and he -is -her greatest fan so he gave us some details 17, Match 24, March 31 and April 7 left to compete for
about Gayle. Gayle retired as the secretary of Gold the finals.
Head Branch State Park and the FL Park Services after April 14 is the finals, where the winners will get
24 years with the state. She now works for Walter together and compete for first through fourth place. The
Hyman at Gulf Atlantic Water Treatment in Keystone top four contestants will be singing at the Strawberry
Heights, FL. They are located in the same plaza as Festival on April 22 from approximately 11:00 AM -
American Gutter on State Road 100. Gayle is busier 1:00 PM. A casl'prize will be given to the first place
now than she ever was before."-Sheis thePresident of winner., Stop by Snow Country to hear our contesitats,
t. he.Woman's Marine Associalition: 'Se' is J board'ienm- and to sing and dance yourselves.
ber of AMVETS post 86. She is a board member of the We would also like to send our warmest sympathy to
VFW and the Devil Dogs. -She has two sons, two daugh- Lillian Snow for the loss of her sister Bernice Conklin.


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S.... Section B: Thursday, March 16, 2006


Regional', News
News from Bradford Cour ty, Union County and the Lake Region area .


Bradford County sending 4 to state science fair

BY CLIFF SMELLED
BY CLIF SMEa iEY and four will advance to the earned a trip to the state fair as will Lawte\ Communitv Their projects %were as (Norman) and Can Cats Be
.legraphSrafWri'er Florida State Science and last year. School student Kendall follows- Can You Predict the Right-Handed or Left-Handed
"Nine Bradford County Engineering Fair, which will Bradford Middle School Norman. Cloud. Manning and Weather iCloud), Which Tree (Ricker).
students placed at the be held April 19-21 in students Casey Cloud, Dylan Norman each placed first at the Sap has the Highest Sugar
Suwannee Valley Regional Orlando. Manning and Hannah Ricker .regional fair, while Ricker Content. (Manning), Drip vs.
Science and Engineering Fair Only one Bradford student will advance to the state fair, placed second. Sprinkler Irrigation Systems See SCIENCE, p. 3B


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Two receive .
injuries G ETDREFR L
in crash
A single vehicle trash early
Sunday morning left two menCT
with serious inquires. -
Daniel Griffis, 21, of Starke,
driving a 1992 Ford, was D
involved in a wreck north of
the Gator Drag Strip on C.R.. .
225, according to the Florida '""
Highway Patrol. The patrol
receivethe call at 4:20 a.m.'ptr 1118INAR S I E200 I.g.
Griffis and a passenger, Kyle
Hinshaw, 19, were transported
to Shands at the University of
Florida with serious injuries X
from the March 12 crash.
No further information was
available.
Griffis' condition was fair as
of press time. Hinshaw 'could
not be located in the Shands o
computer system.

Bradford sets

checkpoint .
Bradford County deputies-"
will be conducting a driving
under the influence (DUI)"
safety checkpoint on S.R. 16,
east of Starke, on Friday,
March 17.
The purpose of this activity
is to detect and apprehend
people who are driving under
the influence of. alcoholic
sheriffs office to protect theu

the county from impaireds ', system.
divers. .

Lawtey sets

Department will be conducting I I e I ..I

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of the city limits and on .-
Madison Street (C.R. 225) at 16,
Grove Street.
their enforcement actions on
vehicles being operated with
such as defective lighting, bad
brakes, worn tires, unlawful


Special attention will be ,ML
directed to drivers that violate
driver's license, seat belt and
child restraint laws set forth by
the state of Florida.
With public safety in mind,
vehicle checkpoints have been
proven to be a very effective
way to educate the public on
traffic safety and motor
vehicles. Any questions,
concerns or post checkpoint
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Ethel Hall


Ethel Hall
. STARKE Ethel V. Singleton
Hall. 95. of Siarke died Saturday.
March IT, 2006, at Bradford
Terrace Nursing Home following
*an extended illness.
A lifelong resident of Starke
Mrs. Hall was a. member of
Mount Moriah IUnited Methodist
Church of Starke. She served on
the planning board for the
Eugene Matthew's Museum, was
a member of United Methodist
Women and served as an officer .
with the Gainesville District
UMW for many years.
Mrs. Hall is survived by: a
sister Emma Holland of Hobe
Sound; a brother Steven
Singleton of Riviera Beach; her
care giver and nephew William
Holland of Starke;
Funeral services for Mrs. Hall
will be held at II a.m. on
Sunday, March 19, 2006, at
Bradford High School Auditorium,
in Starke with the Rev Willie
Session, eulogist. Interment will
follow in Peetsville Cemetery in
Lawley under the care of Haile
Funeral Home of Starke.
; Family hour is Saturday,
March 18. 2006 at the funeral
home from 3-4 p.m. and friends
mnav call from 4-8 p.m.
v'isitation will continue from 10-
II a.m. on the day of the service
n the auditorium.

Phelim Berry
MELROSE Phelim Jared
Berry. 18, of Melrose died
suddenly Tuesday, e March 7,
P006. in Texas. ,
SBorn in Ft. Lauderdale on May
2,- 1987, Phelim was a member
pf St. William Catholic Church
4n Keystone Heights.
Phelim is survived by: his
parents Martin and Doris Berry
if Melrose; and a sister Morgan
Bullock of Seabreeze.
;e ,- l.siesi Qor heliumm .
,er -arc ,' hO'r at her
Like Williams" conducting the
services Interment will be at a
later date under the care of Jones
funeral Home of Keystone
,, Memorial contributions may
be made to Sisters of the Good
Shepherd, 82-31 'Don Caster
Place, Jamica, NY 11432.

Everette Dubose
WAYCROSS, GA. Everette
Sylvester "Syb" Dubose, 81, of
Waycross, Ga. died Friday,
.March 10, 2006 at Coastal
jManor Nursing Home in
.Ludowici. Ga. following an
; extended illness.


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Pauline Norman
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Pauline
Marion Norman, 82, of Keystone
Heights died Friday, March 10,
2006 at her residence.
Born in Taylor Island, Md.,
Ms.- Norman moved to Key stone
Heights "i. 1'989. She was a
homemaker and was of the
Methodist faith .
Ms. Norman is survived b\.
her, fiance Lero\ Druley ol
Keystone Heights.
Graveside -services, for Ms.
Norman were March 1,6, 2006.in'
Long Branch Cemetery. Burial
followed under the care of Archie
Tanner Funeral Home of Starke.


Born in Brantley County, Mr.
Dubose lived all 'of'his life in the
Waycross, Ga. area. He owned
and operated Dubose
Refrigeration and retired from
Herrin Brothers FurnitureAStore
as a serviceman. He served in the
United :States ArmN during World
War II and was a member of Ware
Baptist Church..
Mr Dubose is survived by- his -
wife of 61 years Bessie McNan
Dubose of Waycros's; two
daughters, Peggy Joyce Powell
of Millwood, Ga. and Gail
Livingston of Lake Butler; a son
Bruce D. Dubose of Augusta, Ga.;'
a brother J.M. Dubose of
Waycross; three sisters, Betty
Lou Howell and VannieCady,
both of Waycross, and NM\rile
King of Yulee; 'seven
grandchildren and six great-
grandchildren. -He was preceded
in death by his parents Jasper
Dubose and Lonnie Dowling
Dubose and'a granddaughter Lisa
Dubose.
Funeral services for Mr.
Dubose were March 14, 2006 in
Music Funeral Home'Chapel in'
Waycross. Burial followed in,
Greenlawn Cemetery. Sympathy
may be expressed by signing the
online registry at
www.musicfuneralhome.com.

Wayne Edwards
STARKE Wayne Dorman,
Edwards, 71, of Starke died
Tuesday, March 7, 2006, at
Memorial Hospital : in
Jack son .ille.
Born in Starke, Mr. Edwards
lied in Jacksonville and
Houston, Texas before retiring
from Pan Am Airlines as a
baggage handler. He %%as a
member of First Baptist Church
of Alascocita. Texas.
Mr. Edwards is survived by: a
son Da'id Wayne Edwards of
Starke and his former wife Cheryl
Edwards of Koln, Miss. He was
preceded in death by his father
and mother, Comer and Gladys
Edwards. I'
Funeral services for Mr.
"Edwards were March 11. 2006 in
the Chapel' of Archie Tanner,
Funeral Home of Starke with the
Rev. Gene Bass officiating.
Burial followed in Crosby Lake
Cemetery.

Durwood Dortch
WALDO Durwood Palmer
Dortch Sr., 71, of Waldo died
Sunday, March 12, 2006, at his
residence.-


Born in Raleigh, Mr. Dortch
moved to Waldo at an early age.
He was a' self-employed
automobile mechanic. He wasa
member of Campers on Missions
and First Baptist Church of
Waldo. .
Mr. Dortch is survived by.: his-
wife Josephine Dortch of Waldo,
two sons, Rance Dortch'. of
Monteocha and Durwood DortCh'
Jr. of Clermont; two daughters,
NMary Griffin of Theriot, La. and
Donna Smart of Middleburg' a
brother David Dortch (if
Columbus, Miss.; a sister Mary
Louise Carns of Palaika; II
grandchildren and seen great-
grandchildren.
Funeral services for' Mr.
Dorich will be held at II a.m. on
Thursday. March 16, 2006, iri..
First Baptist Church of Waldo
with the Rev. Larry Law, the
Re% Jim DuBoise and the Rev
Ray Bush officiating. Archie
Tanner Funeral Home of Starke is
in charge of arrangements. .
Memorial contributions may
be made to Campers on
Missions, payable to Bill.
Richards, 17521 10th Terrace.
Live Oak, FL 32060.



David McKenzie
STARKE David Allen
McKenzie, 18, of Starke died
Monday, March 6, 2006, from .
injuries sustained in a vehicle'
accident.
Born in Gaine\ille. NMr
McKenzie as a lifelong resident
of Bradford County. He attended
the Bradford Count\ school
system and was employed in the
family business. Willie's
Sandblasting and Painting. He
was a member of First Baptist
Church of Highland
NIr. McKenzie is sur'i'ed bY:
his father and mother Willie Lee
and Laura McKenzie of Starke.
two brothers, Joseph McKepzie,
and William McKenzie, both of
Starke; his maternal grandmother
Dorothy Blizzard of Nonticelllo:
his maternal grandfather Wayne
Williamson of Fanning Springs;
and his paternal grandmother
Willie Mae McKenzie of Starke.
Funeral services: for Mr.
McKenzie were March 10, 2006
in First Baptist Church. of
Highland with the Rev., Bill
Clayton officiating. Burial
followed in Crosby Lake'
Cemetery under the care of Archie
Tanner Funeral Home of Starke.


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William Davis
HAMPTON William Melvin
"Bill" Davis, 78, of Hampton
died Thursday, March 9, 2006 at
his residence.
Born in Baldwin, Mr. -Davis
moved to' Bradford Count) in
1941. He served ,in the 'U.S."
Army during the Korean War and
was of the Baptist faith.
Mr. Davis is sur', ied b',. three
brothers, Oscar Da-. ofl Starke,
James Davis of Hanpton Lake
and Lonnie Davis of Hampton;
four sisters, Mearlie Osteen and
Mary Cooper. both of Starke.'
Pearlie Rhoderi of Hampton. and
Jackie Kleinr of Hampton Lake
Graveside services for Mr.
Da'is .ere March 11. 2006 in
Hope Bapisti Church Cemetery
wnth the Re.. Gene Bass
officiating Interment followed
under the care of Archie Tanner
Funeral Home of Starke.


Collette Rosier
LAKE BUTLER Collette
Green Rosier. 79. of Lake Butler
died Tuesday. March 7, 2006, at
Shands Starke following a brief
illness.'
Born in n Sarke %%here she lived
until 19S-4, Mrs Rosier moved
to Lake Butler from Starke. She
was employed in the accounting
department at Union
Correctional Institution until she
retired She %was a member of
First Baptist Church of Lake
Butler, the Linied Daughters of_
SConfederat and Lake Butler
\Women's Club.
Mrs Rosier is survived by: a
son WVilliam T "Bill" Rosier of
Indianapolis,, Ind.; two
daughters. Linda Hamilton 'of
' Tampa and Pati) Norton of
Starke, tvo sisters, Carolyn
Raney of Emporia. Va. and Anice
Ditmar of Jacksonville: three
grandchildren and si\ great-
grandchildren.


Funeral services for Mrs.
Rosier were,'March 10, 2006 in,
First Baptist Church of 'Lake
Butler with the Rev. .Melvin
Owen. officiating. Burial
followed in New River Cemetery
under the care of Archer Funeral
Home of Lake Butler.

Leonard Haskins
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-Leonard
M "Bubba" Haskins Jr., 64. of,
Keystone Heights died Sunday;,."'
March 5. 2006, at'his residence
Following a sudden illness.
Born in Jacksonville on Feb.
2, 1942, Mr. Haskins moved to
Keystone Heights in 1972 from
Jacksonville. -He was a retired'
truck driver for Pritchett
Trucking in Lake Butler and was
of the Episcopal faith. He served
in the L.S. Navy and was a
member of AmVets and was past
president of the Keystone
SJa cees.
Mr. Haskins is survived by: a
son James Mark Haskins of
Keystone Heights; two brothers,
William H. Haskins and Robert
C. Haskins, both of Keystone
Heights; four sisters, Karen D.
Williams and Ginger A. Everett.
both of Jacksonville, Dorothy E.
Walker of Orange Park and Manr
H. Course of Keystone Heights.
He was preceded in death by a son
Kenneth Matthew Haskins and a
brother James "Jimmy" Haskins.
Memorial services for Mr.
Haskins %will be held at. II a.m.
on Saturday, March 18..2006. in
Fresh Start Fellowship Church
with Pastor MNike Merritt
conducting the services.
Interment will be held at a later
date in Evergreen Cemetery in
Jacksonville under the care of
Jones Funeral Home of Ke)stone
Heights.
Memorial contributions may
be made .to the American Cancer
Society, 1536' Kingsley Ave.,
Suite 123, Orange Park, FL
32177.


John Kline
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS John
Thomas Kline, 81, of Ke.stone
Heights died Wednesday,. March
8, 2006, at Ha\en Hospice,
Robert's Care Center in Palatka
following an extended illness
Born on Aug. 12, 1924 in
NMalbbro, Va to John Franklin
and Clara Clowser Kline, Mr.
Kline moved to Keystone
Heights in 1992 from
Winchester, Va. He was a.retired
manager for a plumbing and
heating supply company and
served in the Air Force Reser'es
from 1942-1984.
Mr Kline is survived by: his
w.ife of 50 years June Main Kline
of Ke\ stone Heights; three
daughters. Lana Sue Russell of
Keystone Heights, Linda Lee
Sla.maker of Alexandria, Va..
Laura Ann Nelms of Green Cove
Springs; a sister Pauline C.
Liggett of Keystone Heights:
three grandchildren and two
great-grandchildren.
A private burial %as held on
March 13, 2006 at Mt. Hebron
Cemetery 'Arrangements were
under the care of Jones Funeral
Home of Ke\stone Heights.
Memorial contributions may
be made to Haven Hospice of the
Lakes, 6400 St. John's Aye.,
Palatka, FL 32177. '


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Robert Sellars
HAMPTON Robert Lee
Sellars, 75, of Hampton died
Saturday, March 11, 2006, at his
residence.
'Born in Dayton, Ohio; Mr.
Sellars had lived in Hampton for
1.5 years He served in the Air
National Guard as a master
sergeant and was self-emplosed
as a handyman. He was of the
Methodist faith. :
Mr. Sellars is survived by: two;
sqns, Randy Sellars and David'
Sellars, both of Dayton;. two
daughters, Robin .Stinson of
Sanford and Annette. Jackson of'
Gainesville, Ga.; a brother Gary
Sellars of Dayton; :nine
grandchildren and six great-
grandchildren.
Memorial services for Mrs.
Sellars 'were March 15, 2006 in
the Chapel of Archie Tanner
Funeral Home of Starke with the
Rev. John Strickland officiating

Gary Thomas
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Gary
WayneiThomas,i.54, of Keystone
Heights, died Monday, Feb. 6,
2006, at his- residence following
an extended illness.
Born in- Hot Springs, Ark.,
Mr. Thomas moved to Keystone'
Heights'38 years ago from
Jacksonville. He served in the
U.S. Army. and worked for 15,.
P. :' i; r", .


years as foreman with Traxler
Peat ,Company in Florahome.
Mr. Thomas is survived by: a
brother Michael Ray Thomas of
Port St. Lucie; a niece Ihynne
Thomas; and three nephews,
Michael Elliot Thomas, James
Curtis Thomas J.r. and
Christopher Wayne Thomas.
Memorial services celebrating
Mr. Thomas' life will be held at
10 a.m. on Saturday, March 18,
2006 in the Haven Hospice
Chapel, 6400 St. Johns Ave.,
Palatka with Chaplain Al Mazat
officiating. Arrangements are.
under ;the care of Johnson-
Overturf Funeral Home in
Palatka.

Frank Wainwright
STARKE Frank B. "Doc"
Wainwright, 86, of Starke died
Friday, March, 10, 2006, at
'Windsor Manor Nursing Home
following an extended illness.
Born in .Lawtey, Mr.
Wainwright lived most of his life
in Jacksonville before, moving
to Starke 10 years ago. He was a
member of Evergreen Baptist
Church.
Mr. Wainw'right. is survived
by; his wife Adel Wainwright of
Jacksonville; four daughters,
Judy Dixon of Orange Park,
Betty Knight of Jacksonville,
Frankie Wainwright of Waldo
and Anita Crews of Glen St.
Mary: a son Frank Wainwright of


Starke; three brothers, Louie
Wainwright of Tallahassee,
James Wainwright of Lawtey and
Jack Wainwright of Greensboro;
a sister Marguerite Brassell of
Dover, Del.; 11 grandchildren.
and 12 great-grandchildren.
' Funeral services for Mr.
Wainwright' were March 13,
2006 in the Chapel of Archie.
Tanner Funeral Home of Starke
with the Rev. Paul Steinbach
officiating. Burial followed in
Lawtey Cemetery. '



Melissa White
LAKELAND. GA. Melissa
Ann White, 34, of Lakeland, Ga.
died Tuesday, March 7. 2006. at
her residence.,
Born in Jacksonville, Mrs.
White was raised in Bradforid
County and lived in Lakeland, for.
four years. She was a homemaker
and was of the Baptist faith. :
Mrs. White is survived by: her
husband Joe White of Lakeland; a
son Cedric, Perry of Lakeland; a,
daughter Marissa White of
Lakeland; her 'mother and step-'
father Janet and Dolph Reddish
of Starke;, her father and step-
mother- Jerry and Teresa
NMaslowski of Charlotte,'N.C.; a.
sister Monica Douglas of 'Lake
Citi; her maternal grandmother,
Jewell Juvner of Starke, She was
preceded in death by her maternal
grandfather Neil Joyner.
Funeral services for Ms. White
%kere' March 12, 2006 in the


Cnapel of ArcnTe manner Funeral
Home of Starke with the Rev.
Roman Alvarez officiating and
the Rev. Rick Bicknell
assisting. Burial followed in
Kingsley Lake Cemetery.


SIn Memor

In Loving Memory of
Rachel Melissa Cowley
S Waters
SMarch 17,1995-March 17,2006
It's been 11 years today.
Mom,'we miss you so much.
I've been on drugs runningfor twoo
years. I miss you so much.
All I have is memory and picture
Mom, I'm getting well and home
finally with MeMe and DaDa
James. I will be fine.
. Miss you so much.
1Mom, I got saved today
I know you were with me. When I,
got put under God has special
things .or me and Briney.
Dad, please don't leave me with
Rdachel. She's so mean.
Always hiring on ne. .
Sister, how I miss you. Will be with
you in Heaven one day.
Missing and loving you nil we meet
again and our circle is complete.
Your loving family
Brittney Lynn, Richard, Ryan,
Atom. Dad, Grannyv DaDa James,
Boo-Boy, Jay and Neva Kay


I In!iemory


Mark Henry Martin

i Loving ikemor' of.
Alark Henry Martin
Feb.:7. 1946 March 10, 2005
STIie following is dedicated t tinhe
living and loving memory ofmy in
one and only true love, M rk
Henry MAarit. w'ho entered this
earth on Februat'v ". /046 and left
one truly broken and shattered life
behind in hIs wiife. Rosemary Rita
Chase Martin, on March 10, 2005.
Thank yotu for the 15 %cars o!f love
von gave anid allowing me to li'e
,ou more thanii anyone on the lace
of this earth. I i ill love you
always iand forever.
I MISS YOU
.1Ai tit OI-1unown
' ow' I iiws you. I miss being
overwhehnlmed bv you. I need
rescue, I think I 'mn lading away.
And I keep thinking, he'll wake ime


up with a whisper in my ear..4 And I
keep hoping that he'll sneak inside
my room.
So I wait and I wait, and I run old
scenes through my tired head, of
th' days that we laid by the school
and said, "Forever is tllhat the
best I'll ever he?"
;i Wow, i. niss you, I miss talking all
ni.ehiilong iti otlt On. It o6n I need
iths too to find a way to your
home.
Woi' well my love. can vtii hear
ine? Had I been hoping loud
enough -wiishlng hard enough
Can you see me when I 'in asleep
all alone alone?
So I wait and I wait, and I run
myself in the same old circles.
I sit and I star, and I run old
sceeites through my weary head, of
the days that we laid by the school
inld saidul, forever, was that their best
I'll ever be?"
Can 't keqp my hands from
shaking, stumblin g through the
wreckage again.
But you 're gone, so I watt and I
watn, and I run myself in the same
old circles,
I sit and I stare,
And I run old scenes through itmy
tired head. of the days that ne laid
on our backs and said, "Forever,
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Bradford Middle School's
Cassie Coolidge also placed
first at the regional fair with
her project that examined
whether or not pH levels in.
local lakes were dangereous.
BMS students Liz Davis and
Natali Powell each earned
second place with their
projects on how the color of
sand affects temperature and
hydroponics-which growth
medium works best as a


substitute for soil.
Coolidge and Powell were
chosen as the region's state
alternates. Also, Manning and
Powell were invited- to present,
their projects to the Master
Gardener's Club in Lalke City,
while Cloud won two awards:
one from the American
Meteorological Society and
one from the Discovery
Channel's Young Scientist
Awards Program. Cloud has.
the opportunity to present his
project in Washington, D.C.
this summer.
Bradford Middle School
students Tyler Crawford and


Jennifer Padilla earned third-
place finishes. Crawford built
a hovercraft. wh' Padilla did
a project on lung capacity.
- Cindy Combs, .a Bradford
Middle School science teacher.
,said while the state sponsors
its science fair, participants are
expected to cover their own
expenses. Therefore. Combs
encourages anyone in the
community who can make a
donation to help the state
qualifiers to do so.
If interested, please call
Bradford Middle School at
(904) 966-6705 or Lawtey
Community School at (904)


782-3639 to find out how you
can help.



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SOh, Come to the Fair!


A circus 'it isn't; it's much more than names, such as "Midnight Madness,"
a "dog and pony show" for anyone "Family Day," "Super-Duper
who wants to break the monotony of Sundays," "Smiling Mondays" and
everyday life and see new things, "Buddy Night," and there will be
meet new people and visit with old special nights for students from both
friends. Bradford and Union county schools.
It's: an opportunity for Highlands Two organizations, the Bradford-
residents to mix and mingle with the Union Cattleman's Association and
good folks from Brooker. Theressa. the Bradford-Unionr' Swine
Sampson City,. Rising, New River. Association. will participate in'
Heilbronn Springs, Lawtey, Reno, showing prized: animals and
Lincoln' City, Starke, Hampton, auctioning them off. It will be a
Hampton Lake, Pleasant Grove, home-grown affair, as each animal
Saxton, Bedford Lake, Morgan Road, must be born and raised in one of the ,
Kingsley Lake, Speedville, Graham, two counties.
Keystone Heights and Santa Fe 'Lake. An interesting exhibition will be the
Since friends from Union. County Youth Goat Show and Little Kids
participate in many .segments of the Exhibition. It isn't clear if kids refers
fair, particularly in the livestock to young goats or young children.
exhibits, there is an opportunity to Food will be plentiful as several
renew old friendships with residents groups will have booths for hot dogs,
of Worthington Springs. Dukes, hamburgers, funnel cakes and other
Miller Section, Fort Call, Midway, good things to eat. Bring an appetite.
Providence, Pinch-Gut, Palestine A highlight of the fair is the free
Lake, Johnstown, Raiford, chicken pilau (pilaf) for senior
Moodyville and Lake,Butler. citizens, prepared by the Starke
-After all, we'd still be one county if Rotary Club. The preparation of
it were not for folks like my chicken dinners by Rotarians is a
grandparents, living in Worthington long-standing tradition, which began.
Springs, who wanted their courthouse years ago when it was billed as a
nearer than Starke. In 1921 it took all "Town and Country" event, but
day to drive to Starke in a horse and morphed into the present senior
buggy. They had to attend their citizen dinner. About 300. meals are
business, spend the night in town and served each year. To obtain a free
return to the western side of the ticket, see a Rotarian. However, no
county, a two-day trip to pay their one meeting the "senior" designation
taxes. has ever been denied a dinner if he.
For many years, feelings ran high didn't have a ticket.
between the counties because kin folk Come to the fair; you owe it to
were feuding, but conditions are yourself to see the exhibits and ride
much improved, and the schools now the midway, but more importantly,
schedule football games again. you owe it to the young people of the
tpf co5usg,3 py young people and co"rp pg p t their efforts to
- thdse'vouhgratheart. come to ride- the raise andq-.parpptr the livestock for
ersriwheel and other whiriy-gigs, to .months prior to the fair. It takes a
eat cotton candy and just "hang out." great deal of effort and perseverance
It's a great place for all the 'to produce exhibition quality
activities, since it is monitored by city livestock or other product, and the.
and county law enforcement officers least we' qan do: is show our
providing protection for all that are appreciation by attending the fair.
vulnerable; and aren't we all at some I'll see you there.
point in time? By Buster Rahn,
Hildebrand's Midway of Fun will be Telegraph Editorialist
offering specials with interesting


LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

Cetery issue that can be resolved with location. for an open meeting
-o a few hard and fast rules. The to discuss these concerns and
boara board will continue with the policies for the cemetery..
regular mowing and Freeman Register III
mniember maintenance of the cemetery in : President
lCthe interim. ,rosby k4 e Cemretery
ap l .09izeS The cemetery board is C.. Assoc.
Dear aggrieved family comprised of six members; two 352--168-2.703
and friends: each from the First Baptist, .
-I want to personally First United. Methodist, and
apologize for the recent clean- Madison Street Baptist Bradford
up efforts at the cemetery that churches, appointed by the
hale come under such a barrage respective churches. Each board County needs
of fire from my community. I member works without'pa>. n e
regret any anguish or pain .We strive, with verv'limited r ali
caused b6 the actions in resources, to maintain the lty
removing various items from cemetery attractive as check
grave sites at 'the cemetery. ].1 possible. We also tr\ to ch
also sincerely apologize for the provide for a place for future Dear Editor:
loss of an) personal items and generations to be buried, and This letter is in reference to
the personal grief this may the ability of future boards to the letter %written concerning
have caused family and friends continue to maintain an eier the businesses that are allowed
of loved ones interned at the expanding cemetery. to come to Bradford Counit.J
cemetery.. We look forward to input and agree that we need restaurants
The board : will not have constructive suggestions on here that will attract the tourist
anything else removed from the how to best serve the who drive through this county.
cemetery plots until a public community with this cemetery. We need restaurants such as
meeting is held to get input Again, I apologize for any Texas Roadhouse. Oliver
from interested parties as to distress or heartache caused. Gardens, Applebee's. or maybe
what direction the board should The board will announce, eveh Red Lobster.
take in maintaining the through notices at the cemetery
cemetery. We all realize this is and in the Bradford County See REALITY, p. 6B
not a simple right or wrong Telegraph, the date. time. and




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County, your help to support
the mission of Bradford County
PAWS is needed.
PAWS is a support group to
animal control that is manned
by volunteers of all ages. This
non profit group needs
financial help and donations of
pet food that is an increasing
need as the animal shelter
population increases.
Volunteers with adoptable
pets will be at the Bradford
County Fair. Your support
will be greatly appreciated and
your help ,will' improve the


health and find.homes for needy
animals. The support of all
Bradford County is needed and
Volunteers will help make the
goals of PAWS possible.
New shelters, are
forthcoming and will be
possible with help of citizens
and civic groups of the
County. Come by the animal .
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police department and see and
learn the hopes and plans for
future lifesaving of: our
animals.
An enclosed building is
available that will improve
conditions 100 percent but
concrete is needed before this
can be erected, so any and all
donations will help accomplish
this. This is an opportunity for
civil groups and others to show


their support for this Nworthy
cause that has been neglected
so long.
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Starke

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was not
blighted ...
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LETTER
Continued from p. 4B

I drive to Gaines\ ille to shop
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for clothing apparel, shoes and
etc. It would be nice to hate
Lowe's here in Starke.
,Why should every business
be located inside the city
limits. w\h\ not in the county?.
The officials in this county
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is the-21st Centur), Bradford
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opinions on this subject.
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REALITY
Continued from p. 4B
tIie commercial development
: process began.
I moved to Keystone Heights
in 1961 and in 1963 bought a
house on Cargo Way. At the
time Cargo Way was neither
named or paved, but was a,
little dirt road with access to ;
both highways S.R. 21 and-,
S.R. 100 that lead to a nice
clean, quiet, green
neighborhood.
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one; have 'waterfront property
on Brooklyn Lake. A lot of
trees and other greenery)
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yard. I do not look forward to
this view.
I once lived in a quiet, green
and secluded neighborhood. As
a result of this commercial
development I have exchanged
that for urban blight.
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Keystone Heights


Reader says
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Sheriff
Milner'
Dear Editor:
I read the article concerning
the communication system. I
think its a good thing. Bradford
County needs it.
Sheriff Bob Milner should be
ashamed of himself, wanting
full control. He has trouble
controlling the jail and the
sheriff's department. His
deputies can't cover the county
when they are needed, much
less the communication
system.
The Starke Police
Department has an interest in
the system as well. I think that
Sheriff Milner should babk
down and be willing to work
with Chief Gordon Smith, and
stop" being such a control freak.
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the Council meetings to voice
our concerns and objections -
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seem to know much about our
neighborhood so I in% ited them
for a guided tour. Only one
member took advantage of the
offer, and he seemed quite
surprised at what he found.
As a result of all this ne\v
development, almost all of the
trees and greenery have been
removed and traffic is greatly
increased with much of it used
as a cut through to 100 or 21.
By day I get to look at the
back of commercial buildings
and the street littered by the
remains of Wendy's. At night I
am greeted by the smell of
frying food (only to get worse
when Fryers' builds) and the
noise of boom boxes and
exotic mufflers. Even after
Wendy's closes the road noise
from large vehicles can be
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CRIME


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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:
Willie Lee Pierce Jr., 47, of
Starke was arrested March 10
by Starke Officer S.E. Swain
for burglary of an occupied
dwelling and criminal mischief.
Pierce is charged with entering
the victim's home uninvited
where he pulled down a china
cabinet and destroyed the
contents and furniture. Officer
Swain said. Estimated damage
was $3,000. Bond was set at
$30.000. Pierce was charged
March 8 in a separate incident
with two counts of shooting
into a dwelling,;and two counts
criminal mischief bv Officer
William Murray. He allegedly.
fired a weapon. at.the victims'
apartments,.. striking and'
breaking the windows, Officer
Murray said. Pierce could not
be located at t he.time of the
incident but .. additionally
charged on MA1 ,O. -
Shawn David Miller, 34. of
Starke was arrested March 10
by Bradford Deputy R. Watkins
for battery and criminal
mischief. Miller is charged
with striking the glass in the
front door \with his fist and feet
as he left George's Bar just
after midnight. The victim was
standing behind the door and
was struck on his forearm with
the glass from the door causing
a minor laceration, Deputy
Watkins said. The victim
refused medical attention. A
$2,000 surety bond was posted
for Niller's release from
custody.
Milo Vincent Williams, 29,
of Starke was arrested March 9
by Officer Murray for
possession of cannabis and
possession of drug
paraphernalia. Two marijuana
cigarettes. a pair of scissors and
rolling papers %%ere found
during a search 'by the' officer.
Williams was released from
custody after a $2.000 surety
bond was posted.
Brittany Lynn Cowley Johns,
19. ,of Lake Butler was arrested
just after midnight March 9 by
Officer Murray for possession
of drug paraphernalia. She had
in her possession a chrome
-tube with burnt marks and
copper wire mesh. She was
also charged .on a warrant for
violation of probation
possession of drug
paraphernalia. She was released
froip custody after surety bonds
totalling $10,000 were posted.
John Addis, 28, of Largo was
arrested March 7 by Starke Sgt.
Ro6ert Melton for loitering/
prowling and disorderly
intoxication. Addis smelled
strongly of an alcoholic
beverage when he was found
being for money. He could
not:'. give a place of residence.
Bodid on the charge was set at
$5,000.
Katherine Buhl, 43, of Starke
was arrested March 7 by Officer
Swain for breach of peace.
Buhl was intoxicated, yelling
and, disturbing the neighbors,
Officer Swain said. She was
also charged on a warrant from
Escambia County on a writ of
bodily attachment. She purged
by :paying $570 and posting a
...


$1,000 surety bond for her
release.
Clarence Griffin, 50, of Lake
Butler was arrested March 12
by Bradford Sgt.' George
Konkel Jr. for grand theft auto,
giving false name to law
'enforcement and driving while
license suspended, or revoked
(DWLS) knowingly. Griffin
was driving a vehicle reported
stolen from Union County
when he was stopped at 12:34
a.m. on South Walnut Street
in Starke. He was booked under
the name of his brother-
Lorenza Griffin but later
recanted. The vehicle was
returned to the owner. Sgt.
Konkel said. Griffin was
additionally charged on a
warrant with failure to appear
violation of probation. Bond
was set at $19,000.
Michael Ferguson Smith. 40,
o0 Gainesville was arrested,
AMarch II by Bradford Deputy
Jason Clark for disorderly
.'intoxication. Smith disabled
his vehitle by driving off the
roadway of S.R. 21B at Santa
Fe boat ramp and lodging it on
a culvert in the ditch, Deputy
Clark said. When approached
by the'deputy. Smith became
very loud causing a
disturbance. He smelled
strongly of an alcoholic
beverage, Deput Clark said.
He was released from custody
after a $5,000 surety bond was
posted. *
Beverly Osteen, 19. of
Keystone Heights was arrested
March 9 by Clay deputies for
retail theft.
Delores Walter, 20, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
March 9 by Clay deputies for
retail theft.


of probation petit theft. A
$4,000 surety bond was posted
for Mobley's release from
custody.
Abram Griffis, 31, of Lawtey
was additionally charged March
8 by Bradford Deputy Thomas
Sapp on a capias for scheme to
defraud under $20,000, grand
theft and 15 counts of uttering
forged checks. Bond was set at
$25,000 on each charge. Griffis
remains in custody of the
county jail.,
John D. Watterson, 37, of
Starke was arrested March 8 by'
Starke Officer Paul King for
violation of probation
possession of cocaine. A
$5,000 surety bond %was posted
for his release from custody.
Anthony, Watson,. 40, of
Starke w'as arrested March 6 by
probation officers for violation
of community control battery,
on law enforcement officer,
robbery, theft of motor vehicle,
robbery and felon with gun.
Mamie Beatrice Brown, 23.
of Lake Butler was arrested
March 7 bN Union Deputy
Brett Handles for failure to
appear compliance affray. Bond
%was set at $500.
Reginald Daniel Byrd,. 60, of
Starke %was arrested March 3 at
the Lake CutN VA Hospital on
a Bradford warrant for violation
,of probation aggravated assault
and violation of probation
battery from Baker County. He
was booked March 8 by
Deputy Thompson into
Bradford County Jail.
James Lavery;. .32, -of
Keystone Heights was arrested
March 10 by Clay deputies on
a warrant for violation of
probation grand theft.


James Eric uriffis, 18, of
Graham was arrested March 9. Beverly Osteen, 19, of
by Starke Officer David Keystone Heights was arrested
Bukowski for disruption of March 10 by Clay deputies for
school function. Griffis, a .violation of probation escape.
student at the Vo-Tech, left the
office creating a disruption. He Traffic
was told to stop but refused and Jack .Reavis Howell, 38, of
continued to curse,. Officer Starke 'was arrested March II
Bukowski said. A $2,000 by Bradford Deputy .Drewt
surety bond was posted for his Moore for driving under the
release from custody. influence (DUI). Howel's
"'.. ,' .'^.''~ "T .'. l-'. 'lood-ak-ohol.' le.vel. was .13
Marth Chrinstaes.rings was percent when his 2002 Ford
Worthington Springs was p....icku was stop ed on 5.R. 16
arrested March 13 by Union ^a Hewas released from
S n ..at 2 am..cH 'S'as released from
Deputy Willie Lee for custody after a $1,000 cash
trespassing and disturbing the bond was posted.
peace.


Walter Allen Greene, 22, of
Jacksonville was arrested
March 9 by Bradford Deputy
W.D. Thompson for failure to
appear with bond set at $5,000.

Willie Jerome Newsome Jr.,
31, -of Lawtey 'was arrested
March 10 by Starke Officer
Shawn Brown for violation of
probation possession of
controlled substance with no
bond and failure to appear.
DWLS .with bond set at
$5,000.
Harold Lamar Johnson, 29,
of Starke was arrested March
10 by Bradford Deputy Robert
L. Lyons for violation of
probation with no bond.
Angel Coakley, 22, of Starke
was arrested March 9 by
Bradford Sgt. E.J. Kiser for
violation of probation
possession of controlled
substance and grand theft with
no bond.
Jamie L. Mobley, 29, of
Lawtey was arrested March 11 I
by Bradford Deputy Josh Luke
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Fredrick Perry, 39, .of
Gainesville was arrested March
6 by Sgt. Konkel for DWLS
knowingly. A $500 surety
bond was posted for his release
from custody.
David Richards, 46, of
Macclenny was arrested March
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and attaching tag not assigned.
Surety bonds totalling $1,000
were posted for his release from
custody..
Brian Robert McElroy, 44, of
Starke was arrested Nlarch 7 by
Clay Deputy T.W. Roper for
DWLS. McElroy was sitting
in a parked vehicle. When he
attempted to put his vehicle in
reverse he put it in drive
instead, almost striking the
barriers in front of the store,.
Deputy Roper said. When
questioned, McElroy admitted
his license had been suspended
eight times. He was transported
to the county jail and his
vehicle was towed.
.Jimmy McGruder Jr.. 27, of
Melrose was arrested March 12
by Clay Deputy S.J.
Abrahamsen for DWLS and
expired 'tag During a search,
the deputy found two plastic
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grams of marijuana, and he was
additionally charged with
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Al DeSue, 64, of Starke was
arrested' March II by Starke
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with know ledge. Bond \was set
at $5.000.
Dale Glo\er. 26. of Starke
was arrested March 7 by
Deputy, Moore for no valid
driver's license (NVDL). He
was released from custody after
a $500 cash bond was posted.


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SThomas Earl Woods, 27. of
Raiford was arrested March 7
by Trooper M.D. King for
DWVLS habitual offender.
Woods' vehicle was stopped for
speeding in a construction
zone. Woods told the trooper
he borrowed a tag from his
brother to .travel to
Jacksonville to work. He was
additionally charged with no
seat *belt,, expired lag and
unlawful speed. .
Bobby Kelly,.52, of Lawtey
was arrested March 9 by Officer
King for DWLS. He was
released after a $500 surety
bond was posted.
Lester Ruis. 26, f .Lawtey
wvas arrested March 7 by
Department of Transportation
Officer Tom Bowen for DWLS
and on a warrant for failure to
appear possession of' drug
paraphernalia and on a warrant
from Union County for failure
to appear petit theft. Bond was
set at $5,000.
Jeannie NI. McElveen, 27. pf
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was arrested March 7 by
Bradford Deputy Sheri Mann
for failure to appear DWLS. A
$5,000 surety bond was posted
for his release from custody.
Stacey Bailey,.20, of Starke
was arrested March 6. by Sgt.
Korikel on an order of arrest for
violationn of probation NVDL.
Michael Gizowski, 44, of.
Miami was arrested March 13
by Officer 'King on a warrant
,from Brevard County 'for
violation of probation DUI.
, David Knorp, 21, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
March 7 by Clay Deputy .
Renee Scucci on a capias for
violation of probation DUI.
'Randy K. Bamett, 40, of
Starke was arrested March 10
by Deputy Luke for violation
,of probation DUL.
Kristy Ann Sauls, 22, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
March 8 by Deputy Thompson
for failure to appear DWLS.
Bond was set at $2,000. Sauls
was released on her own
recognizance by Judge Johnny
Hobbs.










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Stars shine at 2006 Strawberry Pageant


A Hollywood theme for the
'2006 Bradford-Union
Strawberry Pageant saw 19
stars take to the stage, but two
of those stars outshone the
rest.
Eighteen-year-old Lauren
Allen was crowned 2006
Strawberry Queen by last
year's winner. Megan
Gichbeig. Allen is the'daughter
of Curtis and Renae Allen of
Lake Butler. Allen also
received awards for best
evening.gown in the queen
competition as well as best
talent.
The theme may have been
Hollywood, but Allen's
performance was all
Broadway. She performed
excerpts from Andrew Lloyd
Webber's adaptation of "The
Phantom of the Opera."
Allen., who was sponsored
by Pritchett Trucking. chose
'multiple sclerosis awareness
as her platform. On stage she.
-was asked what she has
learned from her travels
across the United States. She
said she's been fortunate
enough to visit the- '48
continental 'states and see for
herself. how "absolutely
\gorgeous" they are.
"I would recommend that
anybody do th'e same thing,
because it's a wonderful
experience," she said.
Allen Sis a sophomore
attending both 'Lake City
Community College and
Santa Fe C.mmu'niy
College, has been in'ol'ed
with mentoring and programs
like Rotary's Interact. and has
received numerous'
recognitions for her vocal
talent. .
Reigning alongside Allen
will be 2006 Strawberry
Princess Sunshine Atteberry.
who was crowned by last
year's winner, Celeste
Wilson. Atteberry is,just 13:,
years old and a home-
schooled eighth-grader. She is
the daughter of Scott and
Vicki Atteblerry of Lawtey.
Atteberry, who was
sponsored by Windows by
.Lisa and the StarkeAcademy
of Dance, also received the
best talent 'award in the
princess competition for her
ballet performance of the:
song "When You Were


Mine."
When asked about her
experience performing with
the Moscow Ballet. Aitc berry
said it was "unbelihe'able." In
addition to' performing
alongside those dancers. shk
also had the opportunity to
* take a class with them and
learn about overcoming
language barriers.
Atteberry's plaitorm was,
the importance of community
service. She is,the president
of the 4-H Cloerbuds.
delegate to 'the Bradford
County Council and an
assistant dance teacher. ,
The pageant %was
dedicated to the
memory of Naomi
Herres, who passed
away last year. Herres
was the owner of Merle
Norman Cosmetic
Studio in, Starke and
assisted with the
pageant for more than
20 .,years.' She was
remembered in word by
former pageant director
Norma Donn and in
song by her son. Joey
Herres. Her
granddaughter, Maritza
Herres, competed in the
princess pageant and
won the award for most
photogenic .princess
contestant.
Other awards went to
Janna Rae Reddish, % ho
received the directors'
award. Kaleln Sims.
"ho was \oted Miss
Congeniality. Lauren
Martin. who was the
most photogenic queen
contestant, and Kelly
Riddick. %who won for
her evening gown in the
princess competition.
Runners-up for
princess were Samantha ,,'
Balkcom (fourth), .
Melissa Dukes (third).
Katelytf Sims (second)
and Kelly- Riddick
(first). Runners-up for
queen were Lauren
Martin (second) and
Brittany Cooper (first).
Among the other
contestants were
Cassandra Coolidge.
Chelsea Nugent, Sara
Denmark. : Pethany
Stockdale, Abbie Clark,


Holly Best. Danielle ,Miller.
Heather Whitsell and Tiffany
Row e.
Prizes included
scholarships for the top three
queen contestants and savings
honds from Capital City Bank
tor the princess contestants.
Capital City Bank President
Jeft Oody emceed the
pageant. Pageant directors
,er: Angelia Crews and
Jenna Cragg. Judges were
Jennifer Hudson. Karen
Miller. Ruth Sidhur., Angela
Spears and Donna Windsor.


A Thank You ToAll
Who contributed to making our
reception at the Woman's Club on
Saturday evening such a wonderful
!experience.
It confirms our first impression
made 40 years ago that Starke is a
wonderful place to live and the
friendships made so fulfilling.
God bless each ofyou, my dear
friends.
William "Bill" & Audrey George


Thank You!
We, the family.of Jimmy Wayne
Bennefield would like to say
"Thank You "to our family, friends
and neighbors for your concerns.
hospital visits, support and
especially your prayers during this
time of his illness. We would like to.
say a special "Thank You to Mr.
George and Mrs. Joyce Traverfor
all the meals you have prepared,
your visits to the hospital, your
prayers, your love and shoulders to
lean on; "Special Thanks" to Aunt
Brenda for her love and support,
hospital visits, meals she bought
and all the email updates she sent
out to keep everyone aware of his
condition on a daily basis;
"Special Thanks" to First Baptist
Church ladies for the goody basket
and hospital visit, and an extra
special "Thank you to Leslie
Horn, a LBMS 5th grader whom
through his kindness and the love in
his heart took it upon himself to
take up monies to help Jimmy's
Mom and Dad with any finances
they may need assistance with
during Jimmy's stay at Shands
Hospital in Gainesville. These are
very tough times for our little man
and for us, it is friends and family
like all of you that gives us hope
and the will to go on. Please keep
the prayers going.
The Bennefield/Raulerson Fariily


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due by

March 31
LPN applications are due in
Student Services at the
Bradford-Union Area
Vocational Technical Center by
2 p.m. on Friday, March 31.
Applications are still
available. Call 966-6769 or
966-6765 for information on
the LPN program or financial
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Robin Dukes, third runner-up for
princess, sang the song "Let it Rip" during the talent competition.


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Celeste Wilson presents the
photogenic award to Maritza
Herres; Lauren Martin, second
runner-up in the queen pageant,
receives the same award from
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Section C: Thursday, March 16, 2006 Telegraph Times Monitor


Community renews hope of C liver transplantpatient


BY MARCIA MILLER
Telegraph Staff Writer
At 21 years old, she had
almost decided the pain and
expense of a second liver
transplant just wouldn't be
worth it,.
Now she says the outpouring-
of love and concern that was
recently shown to her by the
,entire community has
completely changed her mind.
Heather Smith received her
first liver transplant in 2002,
-but she has autoimmune
hepatitis, a chronic condition
that causes cirrhosis of the
liver. She now needs a second
transplant since her liver is
,functioning at about 25
percent.
Carol Smith. Heather's
mother, said Heather was
-tremendously impressed and
deeply grateful for the $10,000
"raised for her medical
-expenses during a recent
community event held at the
Starke Golf and Country Club.
The number of people who
got involved in the
event-many of whom the
Smiths did not even
know-and the effort they pbt
forth on her behalf boosted
Heather's spirits, said Carol.
S"She said that no matter
what else happens, that meant
a lot to her," said Carol.
"Before the fund-raiser, she
didn't want to go through
'another liver transplant. She
-knows she isn't going to get
any better (because
autoimmune hepatitis is
chronic), but when she saw
how many people wanted to
help ... She said she didn't
know how many people out
there cared."
Heather herself always puts
on a bright face. No matter
what she is going through,
when you ask her how she is
doing, her reply is simply a
smile and, "Fine."
Heather was 16 when she
had her first'liver transplant-a<


Animal
adoption
hours
announced
Bradford Count) PAWS has
announced adoption hours for
the Starke Animal Care and
Control Center.
The center is open for
adoption Monday-Friday from
4-6 p.m., Saturday from 10
a.m.-6 p.m. and Sunday from
1-6 p.m.
The contact number is (904)
964-9200. Both dogs and cats
are available, so come adopt
N our new best friend.
PAWS is also looking for
volunteers to walk dogs,
answer phones and assist
with special event adoptions.
Please contact Elaine Gunner
at (904) 334-7317 or (904)
961-8895.


Rabbits,
poultry need
to be at the
fair Saturday
All rabbits and poultry are to
be brought to the livestock
arena at the Bradford County
Fair Saturday, March 18, 9-11
a.m. No animals will be
accepted after I I a.m.
Poultr. judging will be held
Monday March 20, at 10a.m.,
while rabbit judging will take
place at 6 p.m.

Ceremony for
Bradford
Ripken/Ruth
teams set for
this Saturday
The Starke-Bradford Cal
R ipken/Babe Ruth baseball
and softball leagues will be
participating in an opening day
ceremony. Saturday, March 18,
at 9 a m. at the Edwards Road
Complex.
Baseball and softball.games
will follow the opening
ceremony at 10 a.m.


the Mayo Clinic in deteriorated to the point where will need a total of about
Jacksonville. It wasn't long she needs a second transplant. $300,000 for Heather's
after the transplant before The family had a different transplant.
doctors told her the disease type of health-insurance fo.r her her Carol said doctors can't give
had begun attacking the new first transplant and it paid a.a them--any- -firm estimate of
liver. After living with that larger portion of the medical when the transplant wilel- ed--
condition for several years expenses than their current to occur, but they did say that
now. her new liver has insurance will pay. The family when Heather's condition


worsens, it will do so Being out a day or two every
suddenly. week for doctors appointments
"We know it will happen: has made it pretty Inuch
we just don't know when. impossible for Heather to hold
They're keeping a close eye on
her -right -now." said Carol.
"She has to go to the doctor- ITH-p.-4C
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Education is the key topic at NAACP b


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Their paths tdwar
furthering their education. afte
high school were different, bu
Stacey Hill and Jesse Moor
each stressed how important
obtaining that education was a
they spoke at the, Bradfor
County NAACP's third annua
Freedom Fund banquet Marcl
4 at ,the Bradford Count
Fairgrounds.
Hill graduated from
Bradford. High School in 1990
and attended Georgetown
University in Washington
D.C. She majored ir
psychology and minored, ii
government before attending
Georgetown's law school
where she earned a degree ii
1998.
It was her dream to attend
Georgetown and to have
career working with children
Hill was determined to fulfi
that dream. She worked two
jobs while working toward he
bachelor's degree and worked
full-time while earning her law
degree.
Today, she. is a an assistant
general counsel 'with th
Florida Department o
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"It was not easy, but because
of (my determination), I can
tell you today I am living my
d dream," Hill said. .
,r It was a dream she may not
it have 'achieved if she had z
e listened to her guidance Donetta ,.
it counselor in high school. Hill Campbell and
s said the counselor, who was a ,
d white male, asked how her Shaterika
il mother could afford to send Jolnson, of
h her to such a school as the praise
y Georgetown when he couldn't dance team at
I afford to send his own children Bethel Baptist
a there. .1"-
0 "He encouraged me to apply Church,
n to a lesser school," Hill said. perform at the
1, Hill, however, was not banquet.
n satisfied with that. She knew
n that if she had the grades, she
g could attend whatever school
. she wanted to. Besides, if she
n, applied to a "lesser" school,
she would be doing a
d disservice to herself, which
a went against what her mother
. taught her. world is serving your master,
I "My mother always told me then that's as far as your
3 to never limit my dreams to dreams will take you," Hill
r our economic situation," Hill said.
dI said. "Therefore, I have always Hfill encouraged the youth'of
lived my life without Bradford County to go beyond
limitations, knowing that I the borders of the county in
t could do whatever the next. order to achieve their dreams.
e person was doing,"whether She- used her nephew as an
f they were black or white, rich' example'. When her nephew
or poor." was 4, 'he wanted to, be a
Hill stressed .that today's Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle.
youth should focus in their Why? Because that's what
education-something that made up.a 4-year-old's mind.
was not made available to "As his education grew, -his
black people at one time in this choices grew," Hill said.
country's history. ."Now, at 16, he wants to be an
"If you want to know how engineer. That may or may not
important education is, just change once he enters college.
take a look at your history," and even after he finishes, his'
Hill said. "Slaves were noL_-degree, but the core of-, the
S.taught-to-read-orA-A'ie. A story is your dreams are
black person could be killed limited to the world in which
just for learning their A,B,Cs you live.
and their 1,2,3s. I think it's "The first thing you music do
very important for the young is identify a dream. How do
people to remember that in you do that? How do you cross
today's society." that county line'? It's plain and
Hill said slave owners simple-education." 9
wanted to place a limit on Education was stressed in,
slaves' knowledge, which in Moore's life. His parents,
turn placed a limit on their though they did not complete
desires. high school, wanted all 10 of
"If all you know of the their children to earn high
school degrees. Yet the
opportunity to continue that
I,, I ^V ^rh a education seemed remote.
f 9 Moore said there were not a lot
V I e of scholarships available to
S ArEa ;black students in those days, so
LB not much was said ,.about
I fttendcpg cqllege.,IT V ,s\ y" ",-el
6 hE E "I wanted to attend cpllege,
l vri but the I knew under the
ii in various cOlOrs, circumstances there was very
LENGTH. little chance," Moore said.
Rev. B.J. Williams, a social
studies teacher and senior class
7 -7417 adviser at R.J.E. High School,
wanted to see Moore and his


Jesse Moore


senior classmates have that
chance. He told them of.a test
that was being given that,. if


the students performed well
on, could possibly lead to them
earning Lewis state
scholarships.
Moore and his classmates
did not think they had much of
a chance to earn those
scholarships, so the) weren't
going to take the test. They
informed Williams of that, but
Williams, who was %\ell
respected by the students,
would not accept that. ..
"He said, "You will take the
test." So we took the test, the
%whole class, all seven of us."
Moore said.
Moore said he did not think
much about the test after he
took it. He graduated and had
two scholarships available to
him, but together they totaled
just $300-not enough money
to cover all of the expenses he
would incur in college. Moore
said he began looking for a-
job.


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Avery Shell, Lucetra Moss and Sandra ShelM receive awards in recognition of
service toward the community and its youth. Moss accepted the'award on the
behalf of her mother, Dorothy Moss, who is recovering from major surgery.


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banquet
Ore day, after looking for
empl yment, Moore stopped
by the post office to pick up
his family's mail. He found a
letter- addressed to him;
notifying him that he was
receiving a Lewis state,
scholarship.
"I was one of the happiest"
people in Florida that da\. not
just in Bradford County.":
Moorp said.
More wept to Florida
A&M University. /
"I didn't know much about
vocations that were available;,
but 1 knew about teachers,":
Moore said. "Teachers at that:
time Wvere highly respected in,
their communities, so I wanted.
to be h teacher."
*Howvever, Moore found it;
difficult to fipd a job teaching:
after he graduated. He looked:
for employment in Florida and!
south' Georgia. He wound up;
substitute teaching for a year
in Jacksonville while also
working other jobs.
"Bpck in 1957, African
American teachers were .a
dime a dozen," Moore said. .
In 1958, Moore got a call
from C.C. Anderson.,who told
him he had a teaching job at
Anderson Junior High School
in La'viey. Moore took the job
and went back home. where he
found himself one .-nember of
a two-person staff. He taught
social studies, English, boys
P.E. and boys woodworking,
as well as coached the boys
basketball team. Moore even
drove the bus for the boys
basketball team and for other
school functions.
That may sound like quite a
burden to carry. but Moore
enjoyed it.
"1 loved every minute of it,"
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Youth receive awards at


Juvenile ustie luncheon


Youth from Bradford and Union County who won cash prizes for selling
the most tickets for the B-U Cattlemen's Association drawing were (front)
Kaitlyn Lee, Brandon Aimes, Randa Conner, Morgan Raulerson, Makayla
Webb, (back, I-r) Tidrothy Thornton, Ronnie Williams, Taylor Whitehead
and Clay Whitehead.


Cattlemen's Association hosts

'fun night' for fair participants


BY LINDSEY KIRKLAND
Telegraph Staff writerr
At its last meeting before the
fair, the Bradford-Union
Cattlemen's Associatio'n
hosted an evening of trivia and
prizes for participants in the
Bradford County Fair.
Held at the Lake Butler
,community center, the "fun
night" provided advisers,
parents and members of 4-H
and FFA, xwho are showing
steer in the fair, with a chili
dinner. The youth also had-
plenty of chances to win prizes
by answering fair- and cattle-
related questions.
The tri-via varied in
difficulty level, from certain
cow diseases and parts to
simple questions, like "What
are two similarities between
humans and cows?"


NAAGP ll
Continued from p. 2C
Moore said. "I found my
calling. This is what I wanted
to do."
1During his second year at
the school, the other teacher
Moore worked with had to be
replaced. The replacement was
"a cute, little thing who caught
my eye right away," Moore
said.
That replacement turned out
to be Moore's future wife,.
Dorothy. They have been
married 44 years.
Moore, after integration took
effect in 1970, went to
Bradford Middle School as an
assistant principal. He worked
in various positions throughout


If a participant answered
they have legs and eat, any of
the following prizes could
have easily been theirs,
including hats. Subway
coupons, show sticks, bags of
feed, rope halters. worm
medicine, grooming combs, 4-
H bears, cups, bracelets and
ferns.
The following local'
businesses donated those.
prizes:- Lake Butler Farm
Center, Emerson Nursery and'
Rental, Muse Show Cattle,
Gold Key of Starke, Bradford
County 4-H, the Whitehead
family, Hillandale Farms,
Harris Moran Company,
Bielling Tire, Skip's Deli,
Tom Jackson of Jackson
Building Supply, Thomason
Hardware of Providence,
Elixson's .Lumber. Hobo


the school s) stem and capped
his 3.8-year 'career as the
principal of Southside
Elementary' School for 14
years and. assistant
superintendent for three years.
"It was a labor of love,"
Moore said. "I feel blessed I
had the opportunity to work in
jobs that I loved and with
young people in my down
community for 38 years. I'm
thankful for it."
The March 4, banquet also
included performances from
the praise dance team from
Bethel Baptist Church and the
Bradford High School gospel
mass choir. Awards were also
presented to Dorothy Moss,
Avery Shell and Sandra Shell
in recognition of their
commitment to the community
and its youth.
i -


Tractor,, the Parrish and Box
families. IGA of Lake Butler.
Subway of Lake Butler and the
Conner family. .
Edythe Robinson of RBH,
donated prize money to the'
members who sold the most
tickets for the Cattlemen's
Association drawing.
Ronnie Williams came in
first place for selling 300
tickets and received $100.
Other prizes'went to:
Morgan Raulerson $75
1230 tickets, Makadla Webb -
$50 (100 tickets), Randa
Conner -$40 (70 tickets), Clay
Whitehead tied \ith Taylor
- Whitehead $35 (50 tickets),
Timothy Thornton $25 (30
tickets) and Brandon Aimes
tied with Kaitlyn Lee $20 (20
tickets).


BY LINDSEY KIRKLAND
Telegraph Staff Writer
The Northeast Florida
Juvenile.. Justice Youth
Recognition Luncheon was
held Friday, March. 10, at
Camp Blanding to recognize
those who have taken steps to
change their lives.
This was the third annual
luncheon combining the
Fourth and Eighth circuits of
Florida, including the
following counties: Union,
Levy, Gilchrist. Bradford,
Baker. Alachua, Nassau'Duval
and Clay.
More than 20 young people
were honored by
representatives from their
counties in an event that
kicked off Juvenile Justice
Week March 13-17. This year
"'Keeping Communities Safe
b) Changing Young Lives"
was the theme .
IJim Lewis, Bradford
County's Juvenile Justice
Council co-chairman,
presented Bradford's awards to
Brandon Searcy and Josh
Touchston. Tony Smith also
received an award but was not
present to accept it.
Lewis said it was important
to focus on "\hat these kids are
doing right now, rather than
the bad the\ maN have done in
the past.
From Union County. Barry
Sams recognized Vinson
Wintons, Dontrell Larry and
Dusty Reddish.
.Patti Priest. secretary of the
local council, and school board
members, community leaders
and students from both
counties were also in
attendance.
The luncheon, catered by
Carrabba's Italian Grill of
Orange Park, brought together
approximately 500 'people
from Northeast Florida, who
are all working to change the
lives of the state's youth. .
Members .of the Florida
See AWARDS, p. 4C


At the Juvenile Justice Youth Recognition
Luncheon, Bradford County Sheriff's Deputy
Jim Gill Jr. (left) stands proudly with Brandon
Searcy and Searcy's grandmother, Alice
Searcy. Bradford County's Jim Lewis
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-that her health proble:ns will
SVII eventually allow her a career.'
She also enjoys fishing.
Continued from p. 1C In addition to Heather's
health problems, Heather's.
father Carey has just been
down a job, but she is going to diagnosed with prostate cancer
classes to. become a: certified and been given 18 months to
nursing assistant in the hopes live. Carey's condition 'has


already .reached the--'p
where surgery. will not h
The family i's still trying
deal with that devastating n
on top of dealing
Heather's health problems.

Upcoming benefit
-Mike Wells owner of


(L-R) Todd Foster and Bob Green of Bradford Terrace recently presented a $5,00
check to Heather Smith and her mother, Carol. Also pictured is fund-raiser Tracy
Moore. ..


AWARDS
Continued from p. 3C

Youth Challenge Academy
served 'the meal and provided
entertainment. The
Hippodrome Improvisational
Teen Theatre. HITT, did a.
short performance for the
crowd.
A representative from U.S.


Senator Mel Martinez's office
was on hand to commend the
Department of Juvenile Justice
(DJJ) employees on their
continued effbrt..
The guest speaker was DJJ
Secretary Anthony J.
Schembri.
Schembri has been in office
almost two years, and he gave
a humorous speech about his
life and work with the DJJ.
From Brooklyn, N.Y., he


Florida's Department of Juvenile Justice
Secretary Anthony Schembri takes time to
greet each youth award recipient after the
luncheon, including Union County's Vinson
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managed more than 20
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From corrections or
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"People see the Broo
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After recognizing the a'
recipients, he took tim
recognize DJJ staff
community volunteers.
"You are the social glue,
said. "I take my hat of
you.".
Schembri said his job w
difficult one.
"We're judged by
mistakes," he said of the D.
"We try to change hu
behavior," he said "but w
too quick to use force." I"
He was responsible
establishing the first boot c
for juveniile offenders in'f
York.
Since implementing
programs, Schembri said t
has been an 18 per'
reduction in juvenile crime
a 42 percent reduction
referrals to adult court.
"Our job is to jump in a
and help these kids find a
out," he said.
Schembri took time to
for pictures with the aw
recipients after the ceremony


joint
help.
g to
lews
with


Slab on Sampson Lake, just off
SR-100 west of Starke, is
hosting two benefit fund-
raisers for Heather.
The first is on Thursday
through Saturday, March 30-


April 1, when a community .
the yard sale will take place
starting at 8 a.m. each day.
The second fund-raiser will
occur on Saturday, April 8, at
the Slab and Will include a
motorcycle poker rut (last bike
will leave at noon), a fishing
tournament, an auction, a pig
roast and chicken dinner and a
variety of activities for
children. Food will be served
from 4-5 p.m. and lile music
with Crooked Council will
begin at 6 p.m.
If you can't participate in .
those benefits, but would still
like to help Heather, contact
Carol at (904) 964-6516 or
Tracy Moore at (904) 964-
6262. You can also donate
through the National
Transplant Assistance Fund at
www.transplantfund.org or
(800) 642-8399. The donations
are tax deductible and can be
) earmarked for Heather.
Thank you
'The Smiths wpuld like to
thank the people involved in
the first fund-raiser. Donations
* the. of cash or auction items came
nt df' from all over the area.
, he Donators included: Advance
.000 Discount A'uto Parts,
hose Affordable Furnishings,
Allen's, American Gutter.
k to American Paper, Archie
and Tanner Funeral Home, Beck
has Chrysler-Dodge-Jeep.
FBI Bradford, Terrace, Bradford
S 'daj Sportsmen's Farm, Brantley's,
ql'of' Bryan's Ace Hard%%are,
State Budget Inn, Cedar River
mnent Seafood, Chevrolet of Starke,
Clippity-Do-Dawg, 'Clyde's
k'lyn Tires, Curves, Cut 'N Up,
ard," Davis Express, Dean's Drugs,
hinm 'Dick's Wings, Dimple's Style,
Shop, Dollar 'General,
ward Domino's Pizza, Dupont.
e to' Family Dollar, Florida Twin
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James Croft (r) recently interviewed Dr. Harold Hudson for a podcast.


James Croft launches podcast ministry


James Croft, 3'10" tall evan-,
gelist, has extended his ministry
into.the world of internet pod-
'casting by producing monthly
programs. containing ministry
updates. gospel music and
preaching 'in,a convenient 30-
minute format..
The program titled "Walking
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free download online on several
podcasting websites and was
recenitl accepted for worldwide
distribution in the popular
iTunes Music Store.
Despite several unexpected
delays. including having to
undergo emergency open-heart
surgery in No' ember. Croft
launched the first installment of
the Podcast ministry this
January. The latest program
features an interview with
Pastor Harold Hudson and how


he dealt with the raged\ of hav-
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gregation killed in a recent'traf-
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attention in Lake Butler,
Florida.
Professional Jacksonville
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his ser\ ices to provide audio
introductions and transitions for
the program. which has a con-
temporary, upbeat tempo.
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gospel is contagious." Ray said.
"There is more of Chrial's love
packed in that little man than in
some congregations."
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about the.program or obtaining
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the James Croft .Evangelistic'
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construction land development
project manager.
The groom-elect is a.
graduate of Santa Fe
Community College of:
Building Construction. He
works for D.R.' Horton
*Construction as a supervisor.
He is a member.of Madison
Street Baptist Church.

The x edding is planned for
6:30 p.m. on Saturday. May
20, 2000, at Sea Turtle Inn on
Jackson\ ille Beach.
Attendance is by invitation
only., .


As technology ad% ances, the
James Crott Evangelistic
Association belie' es we as
Christians must keep up v ith it,
using the tools God gives us to
spread His Word so that all may,
know Him.
The James Croft Evangelistic
Association was established b\
Southern Baptist Evangelist
James Croft who began preach-
ing the gospel on Dec. 4-. 194..
Since then he has preached
re'i.als throughout the South
and. for three consecutive \%ears,
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Ghana, West Africa.
Croft's size attracts the atlen-
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"Have pulpit. will travel."


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April Renea Hammock
and Brian Marvin
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Hammock and,

Tomlinson to

wed March 24
Bo Hammock f Wellborn
announce,, the upcoming
marriage of his daughter. April
Rc nea Hanimmock of Lake
Buitlr, is Brian Marvin
STomlin'sn. son ot Mar' in and
Diane Tomlinson of Lake
Butler.
'The bride- and groom-elect
are gradujies of Union Couni\
SHiLh School. .
The \%:dding %%ill take place
at 7 p.m. ,n Friday. March 24.
2110. att ih lti.h h mc t the bride
in Welllhrn.
..Family and friends are,
in i d. '


By vo-Tech
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This spring
The Bradford-Union Voca-
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offer two eight-hour quilting
classes- this spring. One begins
on Monday\ April 10, and a
second quilting class begins on.
Tuesday. April I I.
Each class will run for four'
weeks and end on Monda\,
Mai, 1, and Tuesday, May 2.
Minnie Reddmg will be the
instructorr,
On Tuesday, May 2, the
annual quilting show .:and
supper v.ill be held.
Interested participants mav,,.
- register at the Vo-Tech Center.


Crosby Lake-
Cemetery
group to
meet
The Crosby. Lake Cemetery.
Association will hold a public
meeting on Monday, March
20, 7 p.m., in the Fellowship
Hall of First Baptist Church of
Starke. Those attending should
use the Clark Street entrance.
All interested persons and
.those w ho own plots in the
cemetery are invited.
For information, call
Freeman Register at (352) 468-
2703.

Godwin family'
plans reunion
Descendants of Aunt Mat.
Aunt Francis, Uncle Wiley
Aunt Mag and Aunt E\ie
Godwin are planning a family
reunion at Mount Zion (Swift
Creek) Primitive Baptist
Church on C.R. 231 north of
Lake Butler.
The event is planned for
Saturday. March 18, beginning
at 10 a.m. Family and friends
are urged to bring a lunch and
join in.
Paper goods \\ili be,
provided.
For information, call (386)
755-5580.


Swine Assoc.
sets fair dates
The Bradford-Union Swine
Association has announced its
Bradford County fair schedule.


On Monriday, .March 20, a
swine weigh-in will take place
at 1 p.m.
aOn 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 sw ine sale at 7 p.m. .
For information, call Penny
Hersey at (386) 496-3315.




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A meditation and stress control
workshop is held e.er\ Thursday at
6:30 p.m. at the Senior Health Care
Center. Call to register (904) 782-
1069
Need volunteers? The
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can help organizations find volun-
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form and your volunteerr opportuni-
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ma\ be picked up at the Bradford
Executive Center at 113 E Call
Street in Starke
The Alachua Count)
Organization for Rural Needs
(ACORIN) Clinic offers free mam-
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women 50 and older who have little
or no health insurance. Hours
Mon.-Thurs., 8:30 a m.-5 p.m;
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Do you have any concerns about
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Lindsey Allsoq.McCrarqj, q
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Lindsey Allison. McCranie of
Fleming Island, to Stephen'
Bradford Reyes of Fleming
Island, son of Patty Reyes of
Starke and Stephen E. Reyes
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cqf Georgia Southern
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of scholars
program
Abigail 'Cravford, the.
daughter of Donnie and Denise
Crawford of Ralford, has been"
selected as one of 250 finalists
for the 2005-06 Coca-Cola
Scholars Program.
,Crawford, who is a member
of the Bradford County 4-H
program. made it through an
original group of
approximately 50,000


applicants and Ihen was
selected from among 2,100
semifinalists.
Finalists will attend Scholars
Weekend April 6-9 in Atlanta,
and 50 %%ill be chosen as
National Scholars and rdeeive
renewable scholarships of
: $5,000 per year for four years.
The remaining 200 students
will. receive scholarships of
S$1,000 per year. ,
Scholarships are awarded
based on character, personal
merit and commitment. Merit
is demonstrated through
leadership in school, civic and
- extracurricular activities,


academic achievement and
motivation to ser'e and
succeed.


Guardian ad
Litem

program

recognized
The Eighth Judicial Circuit
Guardian ad Litem Program
%\as recent) awarded
certification b% the National
Court Appointed Special


Advocate (CASA) Association.
This certification recognizes
that the Guardian ad Litem
Program is in compliance with
National CASA's- high
standards for quality' child
ad ocac,,
"The National CASA quality)
assurance process is \er,
rigorous and reflects our
commitment to ensure every
'child we serve has the most
powerful volunteer advocate
working on their behalf," said
Clarkson Cantrell, director of
the Guardian ad Litem
Program. "This certification
sa)s we have demonstrated a


strong capacity to provide
excellent .er ices to the 950
childrenn we are currently
representing."


Support'
group formed

for parents
An open support group
formed for families who have
experienced the loss of a babN
through miscarriage, ectopic
prcgnancN. stillbirth. newborn
death or termination due to


fetal abnormality or maternal
complications meets the first
*Thursday of each month.

The group will meet again
from 11:30 a.m. to I p.m. on
Thursday, April 6. The group
meets at Hospice of North
Central Florida in the North
Building Counseling Room:
4305 N.W. 90th Blhd.,
Gainesville.

To register or: for moree
information, contact Cheryl
Bailey at Hospice of North
Central Florida at (352) 692-
5107 or (800) 727-1889.


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and Financial offers. Be careful and
investigate all offers before sending your
hard earned dollars to these companies.
The Telegraph screens these Ads but
cannot always catch them all. If you have
any questions, call 904-964-6305.


T.H.E. Apartments
922 E. Brownlee St. Starke, Florida
Newly Remodeled
2 & 3 Bedrooms Available
Rent is based on Income
Water, Sewer
On-SiLe Laundrs Facilit) & Pla. Areas
Omce Open: Monday Friday 8:00 to 4:30 p.m.
& Call (904) 964-7133
L'om r TYAccas IA'0-J, 1r3 EO 381 ,'.SS


tractors 6 e-uipcmenl. 44 Boats &
trailers stOCK & er n-
closed, lumiure & iTi;sc ATVS
items. To consign call 2005 350 HONDA'
904-275-2022 or 904- RANCHER, .t x 4, re'd,
259-8453 Au a 3386 $4300. More staring at
42 Motor 12500 Call 904-796
Vehicles 2001 19 BAYLINER Cuday
REDUCED 88 MAZDA Capirn 3 0Mercrulser w
EXT CAB pickup, 5 spa. 75"nhirs Full canvas lop,
cold ac, but runs real. swim platform w.'iadcer
$1795 1995 Mazda Gaianizodiraller. Excel-
B2300, 5sp cold ac :lent cordiition NADA
banged up. runs good ave relaii513.550 Price
$1795 Also 34 Chevy id. uced to $10 300
Lumina Van b.la ac, Pnore 904.-964.3645 M.
needs IransmissIon'" '. ,ff5pm All day Sat
work- runs $555 Call ,iSn.
904-964.4111 24'F t CABIN CRUISER
RICKS SALVAGE is down made by Bayl.ner runs
sizing My yard is lull -'reat. sleeps 6 has low
souwg My would' believe he milege $3000 OBO
varet woul bely 265 ve Ihe Call 904 553-5838
mostlyy salvage) inciud Land for Sale
ing 100 Lincoins ana 2.5 ACRES CLEARED
Corveltes. restaurant new culvert, ready for
equipment. stainless yOur home, greal place
items, electric motors, for ors nes. $62 500 Call
building supplies. 10 000 '904. 94-6708 leave
antique telephone insula- ,irressage,
tors, and a world of olher BEAUTIFULLY WOODED
stuff. Owner wheelcnair 1.62 acre parcel in Clay
bound Please call County. ready for your
ahead Starke 904-964 dream home, pond front-


SOFT Duilding wiln of-
lice barn. mini storage -
5 acres. off of Souln 301
Also 8 acres, partially
cleared Bothliots 3'10h
o0 a mile from new
Walmart Call 904-96.1
3827 Iof more inlorma-
lion
COMMERCIAL / RETAIL
space oy Starke Post
Orfice for rent or lease
For more informaiton
please call 904-96-1.
6305 and ask for John
DOWNTOWN STARKE
professional orlices for
renl. Conference room-
kitchen utillies and
more provided. Call 904.
964-2616
1 PROFESSIONrAL OF-
FICE space adjacent Ic
Ine court house $300 12'
x 13'6' Call 904-964-
4111
48 Homes for
Sale
OWNER FINANCING
Brand new consIructlon
site built home. 3BR/
2BA large hooded 2/3
acre loi. Keyslone
Heiqhis area $1995


NEAR GOLF & Country
Ciuc. for sale 2 85 acres
& Ol, larm nouse. ofi NE
17tn Ave. asking
$165 000. Call 352 373
1761
I-+ ACRES Hay par.lure
3BR;2BA Cedar Home
Will consilae selling 5 r
10 acres and home Call
352.473.2739
5 37 TIMBERED ACRES
Froni.ng US 301 S of
Waldo $110,000 firm
Will hold mortgage Call
352-473 2739
3BR/2BA HOME INr
BROOKER ready to
move .ino. Tile kichen, '
failed cerhng privacy
fence I car garage plus
a carport much more
Call 352-485-2814
LAKE JEWEL Inlerlachen,
clear laKe..swim, sail
4BR/2BA, $263,000 Call
386 684-6280 or 904-
612-6574 or visit rlip/ I/
rome s, rr.com
49 Mobile
Homes for Sale
HILLIARD. NEW Jacobsen
32? x 48 3BR/2BA. set up
n rae.ig ,iwih will can.


40 Notices rising lor real estate oeen establishe win 5184. clner and nice oaks or down. Call 352692 tic & powerpole in-
EQUAL HOUSING OP- which is inviolation oithe thisoffice. AS300 SER- speed cld AC Gbs9 Cal 4343 wwwa new eludedd,$ 734 per month
PORTUNITY All real law Our readers are VICE CHARGE .wlroe speed, l mad AC Gbs Campus Re- nouse411 corn Call 904-548-1480
estale advertising in ths nereoy informed that all added to all billings to aed, eat condition 1ACESINROBINSON HOUSE S n BUce Jonesoo 8 BRAND NEW HOMES
newspaper is subject 10 dwellings advertised in cover postage & nan. Call 904-796-9019 : Hgts Sub NW f HWY. HOUSES nice onus er just bought out Double J
the Feaeral Fair Housing Ins newspaper are aval- dhing THE CLASSIFIED 1991 MERCURY COU- 16 & CR233. $20K. call hQurs. 352-28-0865 or Mobile Home dealeuhp
AcIot 1968 which makes able on an equal oppor- STAFF CANNOT BE GAR looks & runs greatI 904964-6830 ylnyhou r on US 1 s o
itlega dv e any lunilybasis Tocomplain HELD RESPONSIBLE a o A S c. 90496625 eoyn AlA. We areselling out
preferencer n mtase o o n dilscre alton call FOR MISTAKES IN Call 352-473-5745. well, vinyl siding,'new wi his nice 2BR BA all existing inventory at
c rnm aliion base d on HUD toll.ree aa -800- C L A S S I F I E D 1985 FORD F150 long windows & doors, new concrete block home on
o racetcolor orehgon, sex 669-9777. Ine toll-tree ADVERTiSINGSTAKEN bed, auto. runs great, metal roof, front & back Hallmoon lake ready to
or naonaogin, or an telephone numberorthe OVER THE PHONE new tires & brakes, deck, covered carport move in Laminate and
intention to make any nearing impaire i s 1- Deadline is Tuesday at $1450 Call 352-473- $75Kcall 904-964-6830 tile loorsiougho A
such preference, limila- 800-927-9275 For fur- 12 noon prior to that 5745. GREEN ACRES SUB divi. steal at only $115000.
lion or discrimination" other Information call Thursday's publication WANTED 95 TO 97 Cftvy sion. Big lot, 100'x 150' Call Kenny Gibbs with
Familial status includes Flonda'Commlssion on Minimum chargeis$8.00 GMC Blazer any, running oak trees, high &'dry,. Campus Realty at 352-
children underthe age of Human Relations. Lisa for the lust 20 words, or not, have cash Call cleared, new homes:in 494-0012. '
18 living with parents or Sutherland 850.488- then 20 cents per word 904-263-8933 or 904- area Call 904-966-7754 2003 HOUSE on large lot
legal custodians, preg- 7082 exl #1005 thereafter, 964-5405. cell or 904-966-2451. next to park In Starke
nantlwomen and people CLASSIFIED ADVERTIS- 41 Auctions WANTED: CARS AND 1299 sq If.large front
securing custody ol chil- ING should be submited BIG FIELD AUCTION April trucks, running or not. 47iCommercialtil99esq Ie loors Call
dren under 18. This to the Starke' office in 1st. 10am, Hwy 90 W Mustbecompiele to00 Property LauraThompson atJohn
newspaper wilnoriknow- writing & paid inadvance by Sanderson PO. Sell- and up Call 904-966. FOR LEASE OR sale Ideal Norris Really 904-864-
ngly accept any adver- unless credt has already .ng..RV:s,, trucks. farm .-2995 or 904n964-2432 location.2 parcels 2800 6948 .
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huge odscountsl Call
904.548.-1480 or come
by 850712 HWY 17 in
Yulee
1996 DWMH Homes of
Mernl. 3BR/2BA 24 X 52
DW washer & dryer
front porch & A'C Very
clean, must move.
$27.500 OBO Call 362-
494-0124 or 904-964-
5116
FT SALES PERSON
neeaea Apply in person
at Sunshine Home Cen-
ler. HWY 301 North in
Starke
CLEAN 3BR/2BA MH on
well landscaped lot in Big
Tree Lake Estates Only
$89.900. a must see to
appreciate This one is
really worth it Call Kenny
Gibbs win Campus Re-
alty al 352.494-0012.
TAKE OVER PAYMENTS
or buy 2001 SWMH
3BRi2BA on 2 acres, in
Lawley Florida, secluded
lot Call 904-753-1912
DRIVERS NEW SKEXS
lime Work wnen you
want 7on 7 of. or 10 on
5 ofi 904-753-1912 call
for opportunities
2001 32 x 60 3BR/2BA on
1 acre. on CR 325. com-
pletely remodeled, front
& Dack porch, land
scape cei4ig fans. new


carpet, $109,506 Call
352-468-3221
1999 16 x 80 3BR2BA on
1.5 acres, in Keystone
Heights. wooded lot,
fenced yard. deck. stove.
refrigerator. $53,500
Call 352 468-3221
50 For Rent
NEWLY REMODELED up-
stairs aparimeni in down-
lowpi, Starke. 2/BR. CH/
A. $450 montn, 1st. last.
and secunty deposit. Call
Joan at 904-964-4303
RENT-TO-OWN Brana
new construction, site
Duilt home. 3BRi2BA
large wooded 2/3 acre
lol, Keysione Heignts
area $1995 down Call
3 5 2 6.9 2 -,4 3 4 3
www newhouse411 corn
WATERFRONT, BRAND
NEW, 3BB/2BA 2150 sq
It sile built home, on 2/3
acre with paved roads.
$154,900 Call 362-692-
4343. Inlormalion avail-
able al www.newhouse
411.corn
FURNISHED ROOMS
FOR RENT! COM-'
PLETE with CH/A cable
provided, all utilities paid'
Central location 10%"
discount on lirst months
rent for senior citizens
Rooms with private bath.
$105 -$115. /wk Room


Driver Dedicated Channel


Avg. $818 $1018/wk



65% preloaded/pretarped
Jacksonville, FL Terminal
CDL-A req'd 877-428-5627
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Starts Friday! The 56th4nnual





BRADFORD COUNTY AR

FUN AT ThE FAIR! --MORE WIPES, GAWES & FOOP Last Chance to Buy in Advance & SAVE $$$$

Over 35 Rides For All Ages! Friday (3/17)is the last day to purchase in advance!

TOMF OF DOOM HELICOPTER RPES IMRAMER
G 61 FERRIS r ELO BUMPER CARS PARAO FURY Advance Tickets Advance Armbands

BUMPER BOATS AN MANY MORE! Se off d ric Se Off Midway Price

S(ncluding lots of Kiddie Rides) (Advance tickets sold only in locks of 10) Good for only "one" Armband Session
He n i Fr'h e rd G e*Advance tickets & armbands on sale at Fairgrounds, Chamber of
SCommerce, Norma 's Floral, & Linda 's Jewelry in Lake Butler.

MIDNIGHT MADNESS ND F Aui Dmi YMDn I of
S BOTH RIDAYS NEW U! Birds of* Prey
MARCH17 & 24 R Almost Eh
EARLY BIRD MADNESS Almost100 Exhibitors Exhibition
| 8 PMTO1AM$20 IN$10 : will be at the Fair.
MIDNIGHT MADNESS LOTS TO SEE! M Tue 3/21- Sat.3/25
9:30 PM TO 1 AM $15 .. Come see *
RIDE ALL NIGHT / FREE ADMISSION WITH Exhibition Booths Open Hawks, Eagles, *B
ARMBAND $20 PURCHASE OF ARMBAND All Days of Fair except Owls, & Falcon
\ GATES OPENAT 5 PM BOTH SUNDAYS MARCH 19 & 26 0 Sunday! ply!
RIDE ALL DAY ARMBAND $15 ,4 N 014
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SPMt o10:30PM / ENTERTAINMENT STARTS OFF H


OD N IE R H2 FRIDAY SATURDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY
1 th 18th 20th 21st : 22nd
MNDAY, MARCH 20 AL E DNESDT ON SOUNDS SATURDAY SNOW TUESDAY KARAOKE
L E T FROM THE SOUTH VARIETY NIGHT COUNTRY NIGHT VARIETY NIGHT NIGHT
6:00 6:00 6 to 8 6:00 7 to8
OCentedine Country Calvary's Voice Glenn Snow Terri Lynn Luther
(Gospel) & The Snow Men Carpenter
sin 7:00 7:00 8 toB8:30 7:00 81to9
A l r Rie F iTer iRaye Snow Frank Sandy Cat Open Mike
iI, Carpenter On the sax Valentine! Anyone can sing
8:00 8:00 8:30 to 9 8:15 9:00
DISCOGUNThCOUPON SoAViE $5 I G Riders eJohn Raye Snow Lynn Luther
Elvis Tribute Artist Acoustic Guitar
TUESDAY, MARCH 21 ANDWEDNESDAY, MARCH 22 9to10 9:00
,IGlenn Snow Cat
UNION COUNTY & BRADFORD COUNTY SCHOOL NIGHTS I & The Snow Men Valentine
.10to 10:30'
$15 WITH COUPON REGULAR $20- SAVE $5 WITH COUPON Frank Sand

I PRESENT AT MIDWAY TICKET BOOTH JohnMcMian
GATES OPEN AT 5 PM I See next week's Telegraph for Final 3 Days of Entertainment!
.in... .r...-_ _.J__ FREE ADMISSION -- yrs & under $4.00 Admission- 8 Yrs & up
Presented by the Bradford County Fair Association ca
& Hildebrand Rides. For information calI (904)964-5252 US Highway301 North -'Starke,:FL


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without bath, $90. Laun-
dry facilities available.,
Close to churches,
stores, downtown shop--
ping, ineaire and more!
See Manager atthe,
Magnolia Hotel, across.
from the Starke Post Of-
fice. 904-964-4303.
WE HAVE 2 OR 3 bedroom
MH, clean, close to
prison. Call 352-468-
1323
SOUTHERN VILLAS OF
Siarve Apis Looking Ior
applicants 1& 2 BR HC
& non HC apartments
Central ac.neat, on srie
- laundry playground pn-
vale and quiet atlmo
,Isphere. Located on
SR16, 1001 Southern
.;Villas Drive, Starke,. FIor
call 904.964-77295 TDD/
TTrY 711 Equal Housing
Opponunity
FOR RENT- 2 & 3BR
homes newly renovated
Deposit required Call
386-196-3067 678-438.
6828 or 678.438-2865.
for more inlormalIon
FOR RENT. 14x70 mooDle
home 2BR/2BA. A/C.
heal $550 per monin A
secuntyrdeposii plus lrst
and last 'ronlns rent is
re6iirba 'Call 904964.
8431 or 352 745-1189
2BR/1BAFORSRENT CH/
A.$S5506 ertMotn good
condiflbn. ntipets Irsl &
last pliu deposit lease
Cail' 904-96-4ri41
FOR RENT" OFFICE
space "b' opbSl ollce
downo6An.-'o da loca-
iori'- tO9a0Fpr monin
Call 904-964-6305
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
SWMH large 2BR;2BA
excellent condition CHi
A 5-475, AvailaDie ahter
March 16 2006 3BR.
2BA SWMH-CHiA very
clean, $535 per month.
renlals.'require security
deposit ullities & must
have good rental nistory


Lake Geneva MH Park
ON SR 100 Under new
ownersnipi Call Rick
352-473-3569
ON LAKE GENEVA re-
modeled 2BR.'lBA ce-
ramic ile & carpet
throughout, dock privi-
leges, no pets, $600 per
month, plus $600 de-
posit. Call 352-473-2919.
2 STORY, 1BR/1BA, cot-
tage, No pets. 1st, last,
lease, deposit. $300
month. Call 904-964-
3579.
BLOCK, HOUSE in the
country off CR' 225.
Small 2BR/1BA, CH/A,
$500 per month Call
904-964-3604
2BR/1BA CH/A, $450 per
month, no pets, first &
last. plus deposit Call
904-964-8218. Lease
and reference required.
Slarke area
MOBILE HOME FOR renI
in Railord. DW 3BR/
I 5BA. nice location
$500 per month, first &
- lasi Call 386-431 1898
FOR RENT DOWNTOWN
Business & Professional
office store Tnis 1500 sq
I building has offices &
reception area. new car-
pel and paint Moninly
rent w/oplion to lease
long term. $500 peir
month or. long term
lease discount Call Vrr-
ginia at 904-964-6305.
LAKE GENEVA 2BR,1BA
MH. lakefront. S500per
monin. with $200 secu.
rty aepos.,. garbage in.
cluded Call 352-478-
2697
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
3BR/2BA 430 Nigntn-.
gaie $750 per month.
close to elementary
school, no pets. $775
deposit Call 352-473-
8055
TWO 1 1 '2 MOBILE
homes on Little Lake
Geneva Road $475


SRsidential/ I Commercial /
> New Rooing I Rerooflng
> Shlnjlesi/elal Roof Overs
Soo Cleaning "We do it right
SFREE Estimates
the first time!"
Lic #:
RC29027159 386-754-2877
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! 91 Reasonable Rates iW
Please call Dewitt at

S? (904)964-3520 ?


Const. Clean Up


MAINT..DEBRIS

ARPENTRY PAINT* TREES

*PRESSURE CLEANING

All Jobs Large or Small


JOHN 352-468-3786
Lic 9024973 Insured



HOUSECLEANING


ND U H1-Time Clean.
NEED YOUR HOUSE ORGANIZED?


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



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


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


monthly. $475 security
No pets Cali 392-475-
2830
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
4BR/TBA MH. large
.screen porch. new car-
pel CHIA. $550 per
moninth pius deposit Call
352-473-1386.
2BR'1BA SWMH near
Hampton cut off on 301
S $450 per monin plus
last month Call 386-
562-3408
51 Lost &
Found
LOST CHINESE PUG
cream colored weighs
20 IDS Name is Bowden
Children miss n-m a lot
Reward lt founa please
cali us aT 904-964-7298
Last seen on 3/12/2006
1 5 miles west 01 SR16
on HWY 225.
52 Animals &
Pets,
FREE DOGS FOR ADOP-
TION OR FOSTERING
(M) shepard mixs 9 mo.
already neutered (F)
Shepard mix 1 Syrs 4
American oulldog brindle
puppies. 8 weeks old
ready to go home (M)
Cocker mix, yellow lyr.
(M) Cnow mix 4 monins.
yellow (M) Border Col'.
lie Chow mix 4 mo (F)
Amencan pit mix while.
2yrs (M) Jack Russel
15 yrs old Chow mix 6
mo Boxer Hound mix
(Fl 2yrs Male many
more available All need
a loving home. must gel
ShotS ana fixed Call
Tammy at 352.258-6582
or CrisFy al 904-334-
7319 or Bradlord Counry
Paws 904.964-9200
GOLDEN RETRIVER pup-
pies. $275 eacn Call
352-258-3040
GOLDEN RETRIEVER
free to good home. 2
years old Good with
cnildren I just don't nave
the lime to take care ot
ner Call 386-431-1741.
leave message
ST BERNARD puppies for
sale AKC, pure bred
$500 each, parents on
premises Call 352-258-
5198 or 352-478-2233


FREE PUPPIES Lab/
Chow 8 weeks old.
Ready now. Call 904-
964-3571
53 A Starke
Yard Sales
SAT & SUN 8am to 3pm,
1166 NE CR 125,
Lawtey, follow signs
Baby and toddler clothes
& toys. Christmas decor.
kichen ladle. house de-
cor & much. much more.
5 FAMILY YARD SALE at
Nerlies place Sat 8arr.
to lpm. 9416 SR100 W
on let. 5 mile from red
iigrt at 301 & 100 Baby
cloIhes nousenola
items, purses, 10 much
io lisi
GARAGE SALE Sat. 9am
to ? 6979 NW CR 233.
Clothes disrhes, toys,
fishing poles & lots ol
stunf
FIRST TIME MULTI family
yard sale. Sat 8am to
3pm Huge varieties of
items. Take SR 100 east.
then 2 5 miles north on
CR 315
53 B Keystone
Yard Sales
MULTI YARD SALE. Fn 31
17 8am to 4pm. Sat
8am to noon 280Berea
Ave, Keystone Heigits
53 C Lake
Butler Yard
Sales
MULTI FAMILY yard sale
Lattes Garage. 3'4
miles west 01 Lake But-
ler on SR 100 Marcn

American
Dream
S .y,.rr. ,t F .,nJu i i.
REA.lr. TORs-.
RENTALS
2/1 House
$575 mth
2/1 Dpix $400 mth
2/1 Dpix, WashlDry
Hookup $550 mth
(904) 964-5424


242531 &April 1st. Fur-
niture. cnlidre.ns clones.
household items.
55 Wanted
SMALL HORSE OR slock
Irailer Must be in good
, condition. and reason-
able in price Call 904.
305-4405 am, or leave
message.
57 For Sale
MATTRESS TWIN sets
$89 full sets $129.
Queen sets $159, King
sets$189 Mattress Fac-
S ory 441 East Brownlee
St Carpels also- large
room size pieces Save
a 01o Casn and carry.
Call Sonia at 352-473.
7173 or 904-964-3888.
KENMORE WASHER and
dryer new type $100
and up each electric
stove wnrten guarantee.
free local delivery For
appointments. call 904-
964 8801


1=


B.ED:KING SIZE Pillowtop
mattress and Doxsprlng
within manufactures war-
ranry Brand new still in
plastic Can deliver Sell
for $170 Call 352-372-
7490.
BEDROOM SET 7 piece
Gorgeous cherry queen/
king bed. dresser, mirror,
2 nightstands. chest
available, dovetail con-
struction. New still in
boxes Retail $5200.
sacrifice for $1100. 352-
377-9846
DINING ROOM SUITE-
beautiful cherry table. 6
cnippendale chairs and
lighted hutch and buffet
Brand new still boxed.
Can deliver Retail
$5800, sacrifice $1100
352-377-9846
AIR CONDITIONER
UNITS 2 large window
unils, 1 cools, 1 heats
and cools, wall mount
gas healer. Call 904-


FL EE11MO 12

* C~ampion


LANDIHOME PKGS in Alachua. Bradford,
Columbi,:.Gilqirist. Levy. Dixie. Marion. Putnam
and Unri countiess. As low as $389/month Call
Gene. Jim andj Roy. (352) 372-4663. Westgate
Mobile Home, Sales

Westgate Home Center
-14 1 NW 13 iSt.- Gaiineivill. FL
352-372-HOME (4663)


1.459 sq It Drona new home Open floor plan Blinds
.:rou f1ci' 3B.R/2BA, attached garage proved rooa,


,,% Financing available with only $2,495 down.


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2 012 sq ft. Drano new home. Open toor claon Blinds
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1107 S. Walnut Street
US 301 South Starke, FL
(Located behind Bradford County Eye Center)


282-1549.
MATTRESS TWIN sets
'$89, full sets $129,
Queen sets $159, King
sets $189. Mattress Fac-
tory, 441 East Brownlee
St. Carpets also- large
room size pieces. Save
a lot. Cash and carry.
Call Sonia at 352-473-
7173 or 904-964-3888.
MATTRESS TWIN sets
$89. lull sets $129.
SQueen sets $159, King
sets $189. Mattress Fac-
Iory. 441 East Brownlee
St Carpets also- large
room size pieces Save
a lot. Cash and carry
Call Sonia at 352-473-
7173 or 904-964-3888


'BED-QUEEN orthopedic
Pillowtop mattress and
box. Name brand, new'in,
plastic, with warranty.
Can deliver. Sacrifice
$100. Call 352-372-
8588. I
12 STEEL I BEAMS 31'-
50" plus 4, 25'; 6" x 6" x
27' light poles. Make of-
fer. Ricks Salvage call
904-964-5184.
HEAVY DUTY equipment
trailer, 18ft, dove tail,
triple axle, diamond
plate bed. ball hitch
$1999. Call 904-964-
4005
1998 FORKLIFT 55001bs
capacity, variable reach
(21tt to 35ft) 4 wheel


drive, 4 wheel steering,
foam filled tires, diesel
engine, machine leveling
system, 48 Inch forks,
great condition, ex-
tended warranty. mainte-
nance records. $28,500
Call Bill at 352-281-
4077.
.CRAFT MATIC full size,
adjustable bed. $800
OBO. Call 904-964-
8740.
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964-6305 473-2210 -496-2261


Center. Visa/MC/Disc.
Call 352-373-9744 or
877-229-4180.
BLACK LACQUER bed
set. King or Queen size,
dressor with mirror,
Armoire, 2 night stands,
with head board, no mat-
tress, $400. Top quality
furniture, very nice. Call
352-473-4174 leave
message or call after
6:30pm.
10 BOAT AND TRAILER,
3 Mercury 20 HP motors,
for parts, $350.2 person
gym used very little,
$175. Cal 904-966-
0262.
2003 CAR HAULER'
$4500. Haulmark, 20' x -
8' interior, E-Z lube
axels, 4 WHL brakes,
Interior lights & tie down,
full rear ramp & 36" side
door. New condition, low
mileage. Sampson City
907-368-8148.
59 Personal
Services
CLARK FOUNDATION
REPAIRS,'INC. Cor-
reaction of lermrte & wa.
ier-damaged wood &
SillS Leveling & Iaising
Houses/Bldgs. Pier Re-.
placement & alignment.
Free Estimates: Danny
(Buddy) Clark, (904)-
284-2333 or 1-800-288-
0633.
CHAIN LINK FENCE -
Free estimates. Handy-
man Fence Co., owner
STommy Reddish, 904-
964-8559.
PRESSURE WASHING,,
CLC home exterior
cleaning. Roofs, siding,
decks, driveways, side-
walks. Free estimates,
call Curtis, 904-964-
4940.
FLORIDA CREDIT UNION
has money'to lend for .
M H & land packages
1-800-284-1144
BABYSITTING in my
home. 9 years exp. Call
904-364-6731 or 904-
964-5294
GARAGE DOORS & Door
.openers installed &re-.,
paired, Lic. Ins. 30 years
exp. Call Achey Doors
for all your garage door
needs 352-473-6611.
'APPLIANCES IN-
STALLED ranges
microhoods. cooktops
wall ovens, etc 30 yrs
exp. Lic. Ins. Call 352-
473-6611.
MILLERS TREE SER.
VICE, free esilmales. lh-
censed ana insured. 20
years experience. Call
904-796-9019
SAFE & LOVING
CHILDCARE in my
home, CDA certified &
references available.
Call Tiffany at 904-964-
5423 or 904-742-3321.
THANK YOU St Juae lor
prayers answered. 0
Holy St Jude apostle &
man-yr greal in vnue &
r,cn miracle ne ar -,rj.z
man of Jesus Christ
Faithfull intercessor of all
who invoke your special
patronage in time of
need. To you I have re-
course Irom Ine depin ol
my heart & humbly beg
to whom God has given
great power to come to
my assistance Help me
in mv present utqeni ce-


tuition. In return I promise
to make your name
known & cause it to be
invoked. Say 3 Our Fa-
thers, 3 Hail Marys &
Glories. Publication
must be promised. St.
Jude Iray for us all who
invoke you. Name
AMEN D.M.B.
64 Business
Opportunities
DIABETIC BREAK-,
THROUGH: Millions are
being helped. Millions to
be made. Call 407-332-
4422 or visit the web site
at www.sportron.biz/
care
65 Help
Wanted
RN for dialysis unit, FT 30
to 40 hours, exp. pre-
ferred, on.the job train-
ing provided. We offer an
excellent benefit pack-
age including paid time
off, health and dental in-
surance and 401K. Ap-
ply at Starke Dialysis
Center, 444 West Madi-
son ST 904.96.1-8822
HELP WANTED- Con-
struction Contractor and
sub contractors several
openings in various ar-
eas l building (Iram.ng
hrisnh. roofing concrete,
block plumbing. elecil.
cal & siaing) must nave
experience In one or
more of construction
phases, own tools and
lianspornaiion Call 352
258-0865
AVON REPS needed in all
- areas. Start up and earn
50%,, total investment
$10 Start today, local.
training. Call Sherry at
904-964-8851.
DISCOVER HOW ANY-
ONE can earn $25, $50,
even $100 or more ;n as
limTTe as 2-3 minutes per
day laking easy No-
Brainer surveys! Siarn
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Bobby Campbell

Roofing, Inc.

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(904) 9684-8304


FREE

ESTIMATES!
Lic. #CCC,132672
Employment opportunities available.
Call for more information.


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SHOP HELP NEEDED, fi-
berglass manufacturing
and trimming will train.
Full time 40 hour week.
Apply in person at U S
Body Source, 1.5 miles
South of Hampton on
CR 325.
CARE GIVER 2 years
experience working with
elderly or disabled cli-
ents. 2 or 3 days per
week. Su-EI's Retire-
ment Home, Hampton.
Phone 352-468-2619.
NURSERY HELP
NEEDED, weed pulling,
fertilizing ect. Full time
40 hour week. Apply in
person at U S Body
Source, 1.5 miles South
of Hampton on CR 325.
C .0 M P A N Y
SPECIALZING in Ero-
sion control now hiring
the following positions
Crew leaders, equip-
ment operators labor.
e's. Class A CDL drivers.
mechanics- valid Drivers
license a Must! Fax re-
sume to 904-275-3292
or cL 904-275-4960,
CONSTRUCTION WORK-
ERS, helper positions
available, very little ex-
perience needed, full
time and par time avail-
able, some benefits Ap
ply in person at Aunto-


WLTED



Small or Large Parcels
With or Without
SHomes


to the office of the Clerk
by 3:00pm, March 22,
2006..
WELDERS/FABRICATOR
needed, Mig & Tig alu-
minum, stainless & steel.
No stick exp. needed.
Drivers license and own
transportation required.
Call for interview 352-
473-7018.
UNDERCOVER
ACTIVEST wanted. Call
,904-753-1912. .
EQUIPMENT OPERA-
TOR, Bradford County is
Currently accepting ap-
plicalions for one (1)
OPS positions for equip-
-rern operators for oper-
ating heavy equipment.
and other duties that
may be assigned from
time to time. All appli-
cants must have a valid
Florida Drivers License,
CDL IClass B) preferred
Salary will be based on
ine applicants qualilica-
tions Applications may
oe lumed in or mailed to
tie Bradford County
Road Deparlment al 812
B N Grand Street,
Starke, Fl 32091. The
deadline for accepting
applications is 4 00 pm.


I .


Iwestfall@
barfieldbay.com. EOE
CUSTODIAL WORKER
Bradlora County is seek-,
ing a pan lime custodial
worker for Te Cour-t.
house ana otner Counry
Buildings and premises.
Must be able to sweep,
mop, scrub, wax, and'
polish floors Will be re-
sponsible lor maintain-
ing lawns, hedges, walk-
ways and outdoor areas
as. needed.Also must
maintain bathroom facili-
lies in a clean and sarn-
lary condition Move fur.
nrlure and equipment as
required,a deliver sup-
plies, and run errands
performs related work as
required May oe re-
quired to lIlt and carr 50
Ibs stooping Dending
and must be able to
stand or walk for long
periods of time MusT
have valid Florida Driv-'
ers License. Salary will


commensurate with ex-
perience. Applications
may be picked up at the
Bradford County Court-
house, Clerk's Office;
945 N Temple Avenue,
Stake, 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 Tris pc.siiion wIll
close on March 16,2006
at 4l00 PM 5 .
SBRADFORD COUNTY,
Tax Collector is seeking
a lull inme DHSMV Cleri.
i Computer skills rype
30 correct words 3
minute, valid Florida
Drivers License and an.
ability to' wor well win
tne public, aie required
Must pass a drug lesi
background check and
crediT check Applicanis'
must apply at the


Alachua Bradford Ca-
reer Center, 609 N Or-
ange St, Starke, 904-
964-8092.-Applications
will be accepted until
SepTember 8. 2005.
WE WANT YOUIALleast
18 years of age, type 25
cwpm, High School Di-
ploma or GED, US Citi-
zen and of good'moral i
character, your applica-
tion is needed immedi-
ately. Benefits Include
but are not limited to
state -etremeni. un,- '
forms, sick & annual -
leave, 12 paid holiday,
tuition reimbursement.
The Clay County
Sheriff's Office is hiring
Emergency Communi-
cations Operators in our
slale of ine an commu-
nicalions center EOE/
, Drug Free Workplace
Deadline to Apply March
25.2006 Coniaci info
904-213-6042 or


Thursday, November 10,
2005. Application forms
may be picked up at the
Roaddepanment Equal
Opportunity Employer
CLERICAL POSITION
Bradford County Clerk's
Office. Permanent, full-
time position with ben-
efits and retirement.
Court-related experi-
ence a plus Minimum
Requirements HS/GED
diploma. professional
appearance, computer
experience, good vernal
and written communica-
tion skills Must pass
typing test wiih 42cwpm.
Apply ihrougn Jobs and
Benefits Center in
Starke. (904) 964-8092
Closing Dale Wednes-
day. March 22nd
MAINTENANCE POSI.
TION available In Starke
FL. al T.H.E. Apts. Must
have own tools and reli.
able transportation
Hands-on maintenance
experience and basic
plumbing and electncal
We do Back ground
checks on all applicants
For more Information call
386-623-6697, or 386-
623-6639 or E-mail


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. Driveways Sidewalks
Slabs Footings
Decorative Concrete
Coaling in man),' colors

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

Keystone Hauling &

Handyman Service, LLC


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Call for Bids!


Community State Bank is accepting sealed

bids on a 1989 FORD RANGER.

The bank will be accepting bids. from

MARCH 15, 2006 UNTIL MARCH 24,

2006 AT 12:00 PM.

Anyone interested in bidding on this

vehicle, please bring sealed bid and give to

Shands Howard or .Fate Harper. Vehicle

may be viewed at the bank.
(CSB has all rights to refuse bids)


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B 811 S. Walnut St. Starke, FL
B.


* Commercial loans
* Construction/Perm loans with one-time closing
and guaranteed rate
* p to 107% financing
on purchases & ,,
refinances
with no PMI
requirements
* Fxed-rate
consolidation loans
* Low refinance and
purchase mortgage / .)
rates
* Low rates for
manufactured and /
modular homes i 1
* Christian-owned & Jeremy Crawford,
locally operated Adam Cahalker&
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rized Construction Ser-
vices, 7200 SE US
HWY 301, Hawthorne.
352-481-0008.
PROFESSIONAL DRIV-
ERS home everynight!
Full benefits package.
Dry bulk and flat bed
positions at Newberry
terminal. Commercial
Carriers Corp. Call 866-
300-8759.
RARE OPPORTUNITY,
$3,000 signing bonus for
the right technical. Busi-
ness booming. Call 352-
473-4062 ask for Scott;
LUBE TECHNICIAN, no
experience necessary
W.ll train io ASE LLI cer.
tified-technician.. Drug
free workplace. Call 352-
473-4062 ask for Scott,
THE BRADFORD
COUNTY Clerks office is
seeking a lull lime clerk
Courl related experience
a plus Applicants must
type 35 correct words
per minute. The typing
:esi twili ce adminisered
by Ihe Bradford Career
Center aI609 N Orange
'Street Starke Applica-
:ions may oe ociained at
:he Office of ine Clerk
.Bradford County Court-
house, 945 N. Temple
Ave Slarke, Florida Ap-
plicalions ana r/ping test
results must be reTurnea


AV


LEWIS WALKER ROOFING INC.
"AFFORDABLE QUALITY"


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IAKE CIlT
CIHNIIitn CIIUtt
Teaching
Assistant 1
Permanent Part-lime
Posilion
Evenings and weekends
213 Duty Days
Assist students and
faculty with computer
programs offered in
Collegew.ide Learning
Lab Provide academic
and technological
support for students and
faculty.
Must have minimum of
32 semester hours of
college and two years
leaching assistant
experience Additional
32 hours may substitute
for one yearexperience.
Special consideration
given to applicants with
Associate degree or
certificate in, related
area. Computer irtiircy
must Stro Ig"math
skills.dosired.'
Salary. $10'40 per hour
Application deadline..
March .24, 2B -
College appu.tion. -
required. Application
and position details
available he web at
www.lakec tycc.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 &
Employ ment


www.claysnenti com.
NEED SOMEONE with
exp In laying block for
skirting around house,
plus exp. in nouse
plumbing Flexible
schedule and good pay
for the right Individual
Call 904-964-8875.
TEACHER with CDA
needed for Pre K class
Also teachers aid
needed Call 904-966-
0505
DRIVERS GOTTA to move
on? Hogan Van offers
98% no touch freight
Home most weekends.
Super benefit package,
Start up to $ 37 with a
$2500 sign on bonus.
EOE Class A 800-444-
6042.
DRIVERS YOU DE-
SERVE the best, you
should be at Eaglet
Eagle Transport. one of
the nations most pro-
gressive petroleum
transport carriers, offers
excellent pay (Avg. $50k
+/yr) with annual raises,
great benefits, holiday &
sick pay, night Incen-
tives, free uniforms &
oools, plus outstanding
home lime (work 6 off 2
days means scheduled
weekends ofll) Paid
training. Units are
parked in Gainesville
area. Class A CDI-X end
+ ranker + 2 yrs TTexp.
-Clean MVR Call 800-
776-9454, www.eagle
transportcorp com.
WANTED CERTIFIED
Teacher. Industrial Com-
plex of Railord Apply
386-431-1898.
CNA WILLING TO care for
elderly, afternoons &
weekends Good refer-
ences., dependable. Call
386-202-1034.
RETAIL SALES/CASHIER
position available, 40 hr
mm per week. Apply at
Gator II Farm Supply
South of Starke on Hwy
301. HS Diploma re-
quired
DISABLED LADY neeos
assistance, about 3
nours a day, Monday
thru Friday, dnve to jax
to see dr, house clean-
ing, light shopping. Call
904-368-0680.
KNOWLEDGEABLE
horse person wanted for
chores in exchange for


GARFIELDS CLEANERS
(Formerly Allen Laundry)

HELP WANTED
All Locations

Laundry and Ironing experience a
Mus. Will train theiht person.
-' Mature person only.
NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE








Now Hiring

Assistant Managers
Manager Trainees
Sales Associates
We Offer Vacation Pay,
Weekly Pay, Immediate Benefits,
"Management Benefits Include
Quarterly Bonus Program.
EOE
PICK UP APPLICATION AT
ANY KANGAROO STORE

CLASS "A" MECHANIC FOR 3rd SHIFT.
MAINTENANCE CREW. MUST HAVE MINIMUM 5
YEARS EXPERIENCE. PAY RANGES FROM
$16.96 PLUS A .26 CENT SHIFT DIFFERENTIAL
PAY. WE ARE AN EQUAl, OPPORTUNITY
EMPLOYER AND A DRUG FREE WORKPLACE.
WE OFFER 401K, HEALTH INSURANCE, PAID
HOLIDAYS AND VACATION.
Apply at:
GILMAN BUILDING PRODUCTS,
CR 218, MAXVILLE, FL
OR FAX RESUME TO 904-289.7736.


















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 Paj Plan and
Awesome Training included.
CALL 904-964-7200
Ask for Tony


(TOWNoCOUNTrRY)


US HWY 301 SOUTH STARKE, FL


free apartment Must be
dependable hard work-
ing, honest. & love
horses. Call 904-364-
8526
NEED FT & PT persons
Home repair and paini-
ers Immediate open-
ings, call now. 904-966-
2024. Bradford Home
repair
CAREGIVER for elderly
lady 8"45am 10o 4 45pm
Gooo pay for nghl per-
son. Call 352-473-7393
Palncia.
NOW HIRING EXPERI-
ENCED siding installers
Must have own tools.
Competitive wages and
benefits, including life
vision, dental insurance,
401K and vacation Call
352-473-8411 for more
information.
CREW HIRING DAY
March 28, 9am to 7pm.
McDonalds of Alachua
On the spot interviews.
come join our learn Pre-
mium rate. tlexibe hours
PART TIME CARRIER to
deliver te FL Times
Union, newspaper Fri.
Sat. & Sun in Starke.
Please call 904-964-
6592.
FT EXPERIENCED Inte-
rior & exterior painter
wanted. No phone calls
Apply In person at the
Park of the Palms. 706
Palms Circle. Keystone
FL
2 EXP FT CAREGIVERS
6.30arm to 2.30pm In-
cludes every other
weekend. No phone
calls. Apply in person at
the Park of the Palms,
706 Palms Cicle. Key-
stone FL
2 EXP PT CARE GIVERS
3p, to 11pm, includes
every other weekend.
No phone calls Apply in
person at the Park cl the
Palms. 706 Palms
Circle. Keystone FL
ONE EXP PT
CAREGIVER 11pm to
7am. Every weekend
plus 2 week nignls. No
phone calls Apply in per-
son al the Park of me
Palms, 706 Palms
Circle, Keystone FL
DRIVERS WANTED Refer
exp. Home everyotmer
weekend Top pay. Call
352-473-7999.


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to wo
menla
viduals
in Slar
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& Valid
good d
per ho
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or 904
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train ft
ings I
job p
school
equivi
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Call 8
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Equipr
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Call
Monday
to 5pm


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SUPPORTT STAFF HEAVY EQUIPMENT op-
rk with develop- erator needed for local
lly disabled indi. Utility/Silework contrac-
s in group homes lor Experienced only
rke Requires Hign need apply. Call 904-
1 Diploma or GED 964-2019
d FL Drivers Lic w/ CONCRETE LABORERS
driving record. $7 with 1 yr experience,
our plus benefits. Valid drivers license a
call 904-964-1468 must. DFWP with ben-
-9648082 etits Apply within
RS NEEDED to Andrews Paving. Inc
or new job open- Call 386-462-1115
Paid training and L O A D E R /
placement. Hign MOTORGRADER op-
Di diploma or eralors needed Experi-
alency graduate. ence preferred Valid
ble $3500 bonus. Drivers License a must
100-342-8123 or Drug-free workplace
13-2189. with benefits. Apply
RING FOR follow- within Andrews Paving.
sitionsat Lazenby Inc. 386-462-1115.
ment Sales posi- BOOKKEEPING ASSIS-
eneial labor, and TANT for construction
anic. Will train office. Immediate open-
904-964-4238, ing Quickoooks experi.
iy ihru Friday 9am ence required with good
n. working knowlegde of


RECEIVERS
Farmers, welders & horse owners encouraged to apply. Must
be able to work a flexible schedule incl. nights & weekends.
We offer competitive wages & benefits, including monthly bonus
program, stock purchase program and 15%.merchandise
discount. TSC is the largest operator of retail farm & ranch stores
in the U;S., supplying the lifestyle needs of farmers/ranchers,
tradesmen & small businesses. As an EOE, TSC values diversity.
mEIcFEE Apply in person f

Mon. *- Thur. March 20-23 8am-4pm
Fri. March 24 8am-2:30pm
at the Bradford One Stop Career Center
609 N. Orange St. Starke, FL 32091
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ITRACK/FIELDI


Spillerwins

2 events for

Union Co.
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
STelegraph.Staff Writer*
C.J. Spiller v.on ti o events
and Francis Highland was
runner-up in two for- the Union
County boys track and field
team at the Oak Hall
Invitational March 14.
Spiller won boththe 100m
. (10.74) and 200m (22.10) for
the Tigers, who placed seventh
in the team standings.
Highland was second in the
shot put (51'2.5") and discus
(134-1 1").
Brandon Shoup earned third
in the 800m (2:09.12). while
the 4\100m relay team of
SShoup, Mathis Jackson,
Rodencia Austin and Spiller
was fifth with a time of 44.09
seconds.
Austin also competed in the
I100m (11.85) and the: long
jump (19'2.5")..
.Amika Davis was the high
finisher for the girls team,
placing third, in the triple jump
with a distance of 33 feet.
Davis was also seventh in
the 200m (27.70), while Kerrie
Lynch was 10'" in the 800m
S (2:45.33). '
Also, Davis competed in the
400m (1:08.68) and Lynch in
the 1600m (6:13.66).
Ashle) Foster competed in
the OO00m (13.55i and the
200m (28.87).

Earlier results:

Spiller takes 2 wins
at Santa Fe meet
It was Spiller and Highland
again leading the boys team at
the Santa Fe High School
Raiders Invitational March I1.
Spiller won the 100lm
(10.75) and the 200m (22.21),
while Highland was second in
the shot put (50') and discus
(130'). ., % .
Shoup was fourth in the
800m (2:08.57).
Austin competed in the
100m (11.93).
Davis won the triple jump
afor the girls team with a
'dlistaoce,gf 33'5'".. ; ,, ,
Davis' was also sixth in the
200m (28.03) and ninth in the
400m (1:07.74).


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Lynch was 10" in the 800m'
(2.:54.62i and also competed in
the 1600m (6:33.39).
Foster competed in the'
100m (13.51) and the 200m'
(29.08), while Shaniecie
Huggins competed in the 200m
(29.98) and the long Jump
(11'0 .5"). .. '
Michelle Hunter competed
in the shot put (22'6.75").,


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School, while everyone else
will compete at Ridgeview
High School.
The annual Brpdford High
School Invitafional. is Friday,
March 31. Coach John Loper
encourages people to show up
and support the track and field
teams, either, through
attendance or.by volunteering
to help out.

Earlier results:


S -. BHS teams place
1 0 finishes ninth at Santa Fe
SBH i The boys 4x100m relay
for BHS team finished second and
SHarris earned a third-place
BYCLIFFMSNIELLEY finish at the Santa Fe High
BY CLIhFFSMLL E School Raiders Invitational
Telegraph Staff Writer March I I.
Rob Harris, Chuckle The relay team of Petteway,
Covington and Jennifer Smyth Hankerson, Harris and
each earned two top-10 Covington had a time of 43.48
finishes as the Bradford High seconds.
School track and field teams Harris was third in the 'lOOm
* competed at the Oak Hall with a time of 11.20 seconds.
Invitational on March 14. Covington was seventh (11.36)
Harris placed sixth and and Petteway was ninth
.eighth, respectively, for the (11.54).
boys team in the l00m ,and. In the 200m, Harris was
200m with times ,of 11.34 seventh (23.43) and Petteway
. seconds and 23.42 seconds was ninth (23.56).
Covington was seventh in the Hankerson earned fourth-in .
100m with a time of 11.36 the 400m with a time of 56
seconds and ninth in the 200m seconds, while Malcdi'ih'
w ith a time of 23.44 seconds. Moore set a personal record in
The boys 4xl00m relay the 800m with a time 'of 21:'0,
team was third with'a time of which was good for seventh
'43.4-seconds. The team was place. :
comprised of J.R Pette%'av, Martella Moore was I'O't-in
Jimmy Hankerson, Harris and the 800m with a time of 2:17.
Covington. Chris Underhill set a' PR in
Jimmy Hankerson- earned a the 1600m by placing 10't with'
fifth-place finish in the 400m a time of 5:18.34. He was also
with a time of 54.15 seconds. 12'" in the 3200m with a time
For the girls team, Smyth of 11:52.25. "
placed third in the 400m with a., Tony Crum set a P ,
time of 1:02.85 and eighth in shot put (30'4.5"), as did'
the 200m with a time of 27.73 Simmons (24'8").
seconds. Adams also cope
The girls 4xl00m relay team finishing with a dislanc
Placed sixth with a time of 27'3". ,,"
53.64 seconds. The team was Crum and Simmons had PRs
comprised of Eboney Smith, in the discus with distances of
Smyth. Latayvia Henderson 92'6.5" and 75'I". Adams had
and Destiny Bass. a distance of 80'.
Also, Smith was 15th in the For the girls team, Smyth~
l00m (13.95), while Bass was placed third in the 100m. with 4 ,
i 14th in the 200m (29.40) and time of 13.22 seconds and.
16t' in the 100in (13.99). third in the 200m with a time
The girls team finished ninth' of 27.63 seconds.
in the team standings, while Also competing in the lOO1m
the boys were I I.were Bass (13.66, 121h) and
Some of Bradford's athletes Smith (14.15, 17~'). Those two
will participate in the Bob 'also placed ninth and 13',
Hayes Invitational Saturday, respectively, in the 200m with
March 18, while the remaining times of 28.64 and 29.21
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KHHS

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BHS 8-0
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Dani Suit homered and
pitchers MaryAnne McCall
and Kasey Fagan allowed just
four hits as the Keystone
Heights softball team defeated
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(PR); 4xl00m relay-Smith,
Smyth, Henderson, Bass
52.93: 4 xr OOm
relay-Villamil, Stieffan,
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put-Danielle Dent 214' .'5"
Henderson 21' 10";'
discus-Dent 71'9.5".

KHHS girls

capture

several top-

5 finishes
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Rachel Crane won on4 event
and the Keystone Heights girls
track and field earned fifth
place or better in five other
events at the Clay County
Meet, held at Middleburg High
School March 13.
Crane cleared 4'10" in the
high jump to win that 'event,
while Lauren Stobbie earned
third place in the shot put with
a distance of 25'9". '
The remainder of the official
results were not available, but
Keystone's 4x800m relay team
of Raquel Doty, Liz Wheeler,
Megan Moulton and Chloe
Head placed fourth, while
Wheeler was fifth in the 800m,
Julie Rund fifth in the 1600m
and Rachel Lingerfelt fifth in
the shot put.
Keystone placed fifth in the
team standings with 34 points.


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on a single by Sam Sibley.
MairyAnne, MNcCall pitched
the first inning, striking out
three batters, before giving
way to Suit, who pitched for
the first time in high school.
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0 when she hit a two-run players had at least two RB\. ,
homer in the bottom of the Spaulding and Dapi!Suii
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Kerrie Broadway, lso' each Nad Reddish had a triple in a five-
an RBI single as the Indijns rn first Inning. Eochl played
capped the scoring lri :that, hd an' RBI in'the inning,'as
inning. I did again and Tori Jolley.
Walks huit Bradford in the The Indians pushed five
second inning when Keystone more runs across in the second
scored two runs. A Bradford inning, with Fagan, Reddishl
error allowed Altman to score and Spaulding each driving inr
a run for the Indians in the a run. Fagan's RBI came on a-
third. double and Reddish's on a'
NMcCall cp iied the fistt four' triple, Two uns scored on an-
innings, giving p;two itad I eror nd passed ball. I
striking outeigt.. : iMichelle Hbuse andi
She then gave way to Fagan. Spaulding each drove in a run:
who gave up two hi s and in the third inning before
struck out two: Fagan launched a two-run.
Keystone, meanwhile, got homer that put the Indians up;
10 hits off Bradford )itcher; 14-0.
Kelly Riddick (2-2), wio tid lIln the fourth inning,! Jolley,;
have nine strikeouts. Spaulding, Suit, Ashley;
The Tornadoes did have two Altman, Ker-ie Broadway and,
situations in. which they had a, Kim Russell each had an RBI.
runner on second with one out, Fagan finished the game 4-i
only to succumb to strikeouts! for-4 at the plate,' while:
and end the scoring threats. Reddish and Suit were each 4-'
fdr-5. Jolley: was 3-for-5 and;
.. *Russell was 2-for-4. ,
KH is tOO: Mistakes ''ere the theme ofj
K H S t the second game of the series"
m ch f which saw the Indians win 13-"
m uch for' !0.:
Keystone scored 11 runs in-
Crescent the first inning, six of which.
came as their result of passed
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doubleheader played March 7.
.Kasey Fagan (5-0) threw a
no-hitter-striking out
I 1-and also drove in four
runs as the Indians (8-1 prior
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March ., --..o TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR--C-SECTION Page11C


Using the end of his trowel to hold the brick in
place, Tyrome Lee measures to see if his
masonry showcase project is the right height.


Vo-Tech hosts

masonry competition

BYLINDSEY KIRKLAND
Telegraph Staff Writer students were allowed to
Sixteen students competed practice the design with their
Friday, March 3, at the 2nd instructors prior to the
Annual ,,Northeast Florida competition.
-_High School/Vo-Tech On the day of thne masonry
lMasonry Showcase. showcase, 30 minutes were
Bradford-Union Area Vo- allotted for the written exam,
Tech hosted and sponsored the which would be used in case of
event where four teams, each a tiebreaker in the performance
with four members, took testing.
written and performance All schools were allotted 90
exams to demonstrate masonry minutes to complete their
skills they learned in class, masonry performance project,
The local team was and industry professionals
comprised of four members: were on hand to judge the
Andrew Jackson, Jennifer competition.
Pilgrim, Codey Rogers and Projects were assessed based
Tyrome Lee. on height, levelness, plumb,.
While these students did not neatness, correct design,
win the showcase, instructor square and range, use of tools,
Michael Beville said they-put a full and uniform joints,
laf cer '&ftyt mrarto efe meds.u- stowion ane afeiy. 'tr...
many students, could become a team's cumulative score
career. determined the winner, with
"It's a craft. It's an art. It's the lowest score being
a future," he said. dropped.
It also gave students a Florida Rock Industries Inc.,
chance to get advice from Jerry Painter, Winkler's and
professionals on what work the Florida Masonry
would stand up on a job site, Apprentice & Educational
he said. Foundation Inc. sponsored,
Other schools competing judged or supplied materials
were Pedro Menendez High for the competit ion.
School from St. Augustine, The winner for northeast
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Instructors of all four teams all under the instruction of
previously met to decide on a Derwin Bass. This school will
project .design for the keep the trophy until the
competition. Then, the showcase next year.


BASEBALL I

Tigers rally

to beat BHS

in seventh
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Brett Maddox continued his
hot hitting, then Kyle Parrish
delivered the game-winning hit
in the bottom of the seventh
inning as the Union County
baseball team defeated visiting
Bradford 7-6 on March 13.
The Tigers (5-2 prior to
March 14), who won, their
third straight game, were in
danger of falling behind in the
top of the seventh when
Bradford had runners on first
and third. However, a squeeze
attempt by the Tornadoes (3-6
prior to March 14) was
unsuccessful and Maddox,
who was pitching in relief of
Zeke Scaff, recorded a
strikeout to end the inning.
Maddox, who was 3-for-3,
hit a double to right-center
field in the bottom of. the
inning, then moved to third on
a hit by Wade McDowell.
Ryan Liptrap was intentionally
- walked- before' Parrish, with
Bradford's defense playing
close in, had an infield hit to
score Maddox.
Parrish finished the game 2-
for-4, as did McDowell.
Austen Roberts was 2-for-3 as
the Tigers had a total of 13
hits.
Cory Elasik and Cole
Rhoden each had two hits for
Bradford.
The win avenged an earlier
: loss to the Tornadoes, but the
two games were similar, with
Bradford rallying in the first
meeting to win.
Union head coach' Terry
Stroemer said the two games
reflect the similarity between
the teams, who both-consist of
"gutsy" players who never
gjye up.
"That's why we've played
two tight ball games,"
Stroemer said.
'Bradford head coach Will
Hartley has seen his team lose
four in a row, but the
Tornadoes had everyone
healthy and ready to play
against the Tigers.
bit etterTfbr us,' Hartley said.
The Tornadoes fell behind in
the first inning when Maddox


hit a two-run home run that
was a "bomb," in the words of
Stroemer.
Bradford rallied in the
second to take a 3-2 lead.
William Estes hit a lead-off
double and Jason Smyth drew
a walk. Elasik and Michael
Tew then hit RBI singles, with
Elasik later scoring on an
error.
A couple of errors by Union
led to another Bradford run in
the third, but the Tigers tied
the game in the fourth. Scaff
hit a single that scored Roberts
and Parrish scored on a
fielder's choice.
The Tigers went up by two
in the fifth when Roberts
delivered a single that scored
Maddox. McDowell, who was
already on base with a single,
also scored on the play when
the Tornadoes committed an
error.
Bradford-tied the game at 6-
all in the sixth. Elasik doubled
and scored on. an infield hit by
Antwan Brown when the
Tigers committed an error.
Brown later scored on a single
by John Nicula.
.Union played District 6-3A
opponent Keystone Heights
March 14 and will host district
opponent Pierson Taylor
Friday, March 17, at 6 p.m.
The Tornadoes played
District 3-4A opponent
Suwannee March 14 and -will
host Ridgeview Thursday,
March 16, at 6 p.m.
On Tuesday, March 21,
Bradford travels to play
Keystone at 7 p.m.


Earlier UCHS results: BHS falls to


iUC 6 Crescent City 0
Maddox drove in three runs
and Darren Hall allowed one
hit in five innings as the Tigers
.improved to 2-0 in District 6-
3A with a 6-0 win over visiting
Crescent City March 10.
Hall (3-0) also allowed just
one walk and struck out nine.
In all, Tiger pitchers allowed
two hits.
Maddox hit two doubles and
finished the game 2-for-3.
, Michael Cochran was also
2-for-3, while Tyler Osteen
was 3-for-4, scoring two runs.
The Tigers opened district
play with an ,8-5 win over
Interlachen Feb.-_28, getting
four RBI from Maddox.
Maddox homered against the
fRams and also doubled,
finishing 3-for-5.
Osteen was. 3-for-4, while
Cochran and Jeremy -Shiler
were each 2-for-4. Both of
Shuler's hits were doubles.
Hall earned the win on the
mound, while.Osteen picked
Oip the save.


1-3 in

district play

BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
The Bradford baseball team
defeated Middleburg on Feb.
17 to open play in District 3-
4A. but the Tornadoes have
since lost three district games,
including an 8-1 loss to
Middleburg March 10 in
Starke.
Middleburg scored the first
five runs of the game, with the
Tornadoes finally scoring'their
lone run in the bottom of the
third. Jeremy Pombier drew a
walk in that inning and later
scored on a single by Zach
King.
Cory-Elasik hit a double for
Bradford, which finished the
game with six hits.
The visiting Broncos scored
three runs in the fourth to cap
the scoring.


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I SOFTBALL

Bishop


Kenny tops
BHS 6-2
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff-Writer -
Chasity Whitalker hit a home
run and Kell Riddick turned
an error into an inside-the-park
home run, but those were
about the only offensive
highlights for the Bradford
softball team in a 6-2 loss to
sixth-ranked Bishop Kenny on
March 10 in Starke. ,,
Bishop Kenny, which' had
. six-hi-s--and--drew six alk'G
against Bradford pitcher Kasey
Barrett, took a 2-0 lead against
the Tornadoes- (8-6 --prior to.
March 15), .hutRiddick made..
it a one-run game in the third
inning. She hit a single, but an
error made .by the Bishop
Kenny- right fielder allowed
her to make her. way around
the bases and cross home plate.
The Crusaders, who
improved to" 11-71, scored the
next four runs before Whitaker
homered in the seventh.
Whitaker, finished the game
2-for-3.
Barrett '(6-4) had _nine
strikeouts in picking up the
loss.
The Tornadoes host District
3-4A opponent Suwannee
Thursday, -March 1-6, then
travel to pla' Key stone
Heights Tuesday, March 21.
Both games are scheduled for
approximately 7 p.n.-
follo% ing junior varsity games
at 5 p.m.
Earlier result:
BHS 3 Middleburg 2
A sacrifice fly b\ Jessica
McClellan drove in the
winning run in Bradford's 3-2
win over district opponent
Middleburg on March 9.
McClellan's RBI occurred in
the fifth inning, which also
saw the visiting Tornadoes
score on a double by Katie


Young
makes
catch,


man
big


Sanford.
Samantha Stocker drove in
the Tornadoes' first run of the
game with a single in the
second inning. That scored
Nikki Goolsb., who led off the


inning with a walk.
Sanford was perfect at the
plate, going 4-for-4 with two
doubles. Stocker was 2-for-3.
Barrett pitched a complete
game, allowing three hits and


two walks while striking out
16.
The win ga\e Bradford a 2-4
record in the district and
avenged an earlier loss to the
Broncos


The Keystone Heights junior varsity softball team won the championship of a
tournament it hosted. Pictured are: (front) Paige Cole, Jessica Knight, Ryan Story,
Brooke Lord, Amanda Wood, Jennifer Mason, Ashlee Cirigliano (back) Megan
Poupard, Courtney Pace, Jenah Sapp, Jordyn Davis, Abby Knabb, Lindsey Harp,
Kaylee Fowler and Kari Minor. '


juntor varsity Indiarhs

win softball tournament


The Keystone Heights junior
varsity softball team hosted a
tournament last weekend,
coming out on top of a field of
seven teams.
.Keystone defeated Columbia
.in the championship game,
while Gainesville and Palatka
placed third and fourth,
respectively.
.Interlacheri, Orange Park.
and Santa Fe also participated.
The Indians opened play by,


defeating Interlachen 3-2 in 10
innings. Lindsey Harp pitched
and contributed offensively by
hitting a triple.
Megan Poupard went 3-for-5
with a double.and a triple,
while Paige Cole and Courtney
Pace each went 2-for-5.
That same night,. Keystone
rallied from a 12-run deficit to
defeat Palatka 13-12. Cole
went 2-for-2 with a triple.
while pitcher Kaylee Fowler


rebounded from a slow start to
shut Palatka down the rest of
the game.
That set the stage for the
tournament championship,
which Keystone won I 1-3.
Jordyn Davis led the
Keystone batters against
Columbia, going 4-for-5, while
Cole, Fowler and Jessica
Knight each hit a double.
Harp turned in another solid
performance on the mound.


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KH
Continued from p. 10C
The Indians, who played
district opponent Pierson
Taylor March 14, will travel to
Lake Butler to. play district
opponent Union County
Thursday, March 16, at 7 p.m.
On Friday, March 17, the
Indians host Gainesville at
7:30 p.m.
Keystone travels to Alachua
to play,fourth-ranked, Class
4A Santa Fe on Monday,
March 20, then hosts Bradford
Tuesday, March 21,
Both games are scheduled
for 7 p.m.
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