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Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 30, 2006
Publication Date: 1888-
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Youth Challenge
gets $450k
The Florida Youth Challenge'
Academy has received a $450,000
grant from the Department of
Juvenile Justice that will be used to
support the voluntary program
geared towards at-risk youth.
"The partnership between the DJJ
and FLYCA is critical to the success
of our program because state
matching funds must be secured in
order to receive our federal funding
from the National Guard Bureau,"
Said retired Sgt. Maj. Danny
Brabham, director of the academy.
The academy, which teaches
academics, leadership skills, self-
,esteem and physical fitness, provides
a highly disciplined environment for
16-to-18-year-old at-risk youth free
from outside distractions.
Since its inception in 2001, the
academy has graduated 1,071 cadets..
The cost to the state for a cadet at the
academy is $14,000. annually. It is
estimated the academy has saved the
state more than $26 million in
juvenile incarceration costs.

Starke hosting
blood drive
Four and a half million Americans
are saved each year by blood
transfusions. LifeSouth Community
Blood Center joins the city of Starke
in inviting its residents to stop by one
of the bloodmobiles at the Starke
Community Blood Drive and make a
donation that could affect the li eo. of
up to three people.'
The drive will be held on Friday,
April 14, and Saturday, April 15, at
the Wal-Mart Supercenter on U.S.
301, as well as the Winn-Dixie on
S.R. 100. Friday's blood drive will
last from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m.,
Saturday's from 10 a.m. until 5:30
p.m.
Donors may stop by the Winn-
Dixie location to receive free hot
dogs and soda from 11:30 a.m. until
4 p.m. on Friday and Saturday.
The Starke Community Blood
Drive is sponsored by WEAG Radio
and Lucian's Heating and Air
Conditioning.
"We need more heroes," said
consultant David Luke. "Please
!share your precious gift by donating
blood and helping someone continue
their life."
LifeSouth is the sole blood
supplier for 39 medical facilities in
17 counties in North Central Florida
including Shands at UF, the VA
Medical Center and North Florida
Regional Medical Center. LifeSouth
is a nonprofit, volunteer blood center
supplying more than 110 medical
centers in Florida, Alabama and
Georgia.

YMCA meeting
today
An important community meeting
to discuss the proposed merger of the
Starke Recreation Department and
the Bradford County branch of the
YMCA has been set for this evening,
Thursday, March 30.
The Bradford County YMCA
Founders Committee will meet
briefly at 5 p.m., and that meeting
will be followed by the meeting on
the merger at 5:30 p.m.
Representatives from the recreation
department and city and county
commissions are expected to attend,
but the meeting is also open to the
public.
The meeting will take place in the
Family Service Center at 611 N.
Orange St. .


lift
One of
downtown
Starke's most
recognizable
landmarks is
getting a
facelift. The
Florida
Theater at the
corner of Call
and Walnut
streets is
being
repainted just
in time for the
Strawberry
Festival,
slated for April
22-23. Mark
Hodges is
pictured
performing the
work many
feet above
historic
Walnut Street.
The planters
downtown are
also sporting
new flowers
and bushes
thanks to the
efforts of one
of the
Department of
Corrections'
work squads.
Those crews
perform a
number of
such jobs
both in the
city,
(See related
story.)


EMS growth explored


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor
To determine where grant funds
could best be utilized and survey the
cost of adding another station in the
county, EMS Director Nelson Green
recently updated. a study of
emergency medical services for the
county commission.
Interfacility transfers have
remained pretty constant since 2000.
The five-year period since then has
seen a steady increase in the number
of emergency response calls,
however.
The last time numbers were
presented to the county commission
was 2003. EMS logged 3,525 calls
during the prior calendar year, 1,075,
or 30 percent, of which were
interfacility transports.
By the end of 2005, that number
had climbed to to 4,308 responses.
Interfacility transport to one of 23
facilities accounted for 1,165, or 27
percent, of those responses.
In fact, with the exception of
October when there was an
unexplained drop in calls, every
month in 2005 was a record breaker
for EMS.
"We did have the largest year
we've ever had in 2005, both
calendar year and fiscal," Green said.
He said the service is constantly
growing, measuring the growth in
response since 2000 at 25 percent
with minimal staffing increases to
match the higher call load.
Green also provided the statistical
breakdown by truck. Medic 1, housed
in Starke, was dispatched to 1,923
calls. Medic 4, is also in Starke and
was dispatched 1,269 times. Medic 2
is the unit at the Theressa station.
Dispatched most often to the southern
region of the county, it handled 852
calls last year.
Medic I and Medic 2 are full-time
units, operating 24 hours a day, seven


days a week. Medic 4, known as the
peak load or interfacility unit because
of its most frequent usage, is a three-
quarter time truck. It runs 24 hours a
day on Monday, Wednesday and
Friday, and 14 hours a day the rest of
the week.
A fourth unit, Medic 6, is a back-up
unit staffed by on-call employees
who respond from home. Because of
this, it has an average 17-minute
response time, but was only
dispatched 23 times in 2005,
primarily when the other three units
were in service (opposed to when one
of them was down).
Calls spike in the early afternoon,
with the peak time being around 1
p.m. and the fewest number of calls
coming in between 3 and 6 a.m.
Monday and Fridays are typically
the busiest days, although weekdays
in general reflect the greatest call


load. Saturday are slower, but calls
really drop off on Sundays. By
comparison, the average Friday can
bring more than 650 calls, while
Sunday average around 500.
It is just a law of time and space
that the farther you live away from
Starke or Theressa, where Bradford
County's EMS units are stationed, the
longer it will take an ambulance ,to
reach you.

City Response
Time
Starke 7.51 min.
Hampton 11.05 min.
Lawtey 11.46 min.
Brooker 21.56 min
Countywide
average 10.18 min.
See EMS, p. 3A


Fall from


truck


injures


inmate

BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor
An inmate was severely injured
while at work for the city of Lawtey
on Friday morning, March 24.
Twenty-five-year-old Jeffrey R.
Webster was riding on the running
board of a city garbage truck when he
fell off and was run over by the
Afuck's left rear tires. According to the
Florida Highwy--Patrol- report,-the_._
truck was traveling north on Pine
Street at an idle speed when Webster
fell and the truck tan over his
midsection.
As of Tuesday morning, Webster,
who is serving a seven-year sentence
at Lawtey Correctional Institution on
multiple counts of grand theft and
burglary in Escambia County, was
listed as stable. Taken to Shands
Jacksonville following the accident,
Webster is awaiting surgery.
According to Lawtey City Clerk.
Lisa Harley, the surgery will address
several injuries, including multiple
fractures and a detached bladder. That
surgery will take place when .he is
strong enough, said Harley, who has
been calling for regular updates.
The garbage truck was driven by
Daniel "Lit" Phillips, 64, one of the
city's most well-known and well-
liked employees and volunteers. He is
husband to City Councilwoman
Jeanette Phillips. Harley said he has
,,been on vacation since the incident
and told her he didn't know if he
would ever be able to drive that truck
again, so upset was he by the
accident.
It is unknown why Webster fell
from the truck, but he was a relatively
new inmate to the city, Harley said,
having only started a few weeks ago.
Inmate workers had been pulled
from the city of Lawtey as of
Tuesday, pending an ,investigation.
Phillips was charged with permitting
an occupant to ride on the exterior of
a vehicle.


Work

squads

provide

invaluable

service
BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor
You've undoubtedly seen them at
work. They draw more attention than
the average county or municipal
employee because of the orange and
blue they wear and the nearby
supervisor keeping watchful eye over
their work and conduct. What you
may not have noticed is how much
money they're saving you and your
local government.
Inmate work crews save the city
and county untold thousands of
dollars each year. Statewide that
figure reaches into the millions. At the
same time, inmates of the nonviolent
variety are given something
worthwhile to do, giving back to
communities that house them.
Without them, a ton of work simply
wouldn't get accomplished, as Starke
City Manager Ken Sauer can attest.
Conscious of the work inmate
crews can accomplish in a day, city
commissioners are more covetous
than ever 6f having a crew at work in
their district, and Sauer keeps them
updated with' a monthly list of when,
where and what work was performed.
See SQUADS, p. 2A


For crime, socials and editorials, see Regional News section. For sports, see Features and Sports section. 11

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The chart depicts the increase in EMS runs since 2000.
Each column represents the total number of calls,
while the. blue portion of each column shows how
many of those runs were interfacility transports.


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Page 2A. TELEGRAPH March 30, 2006


Banque
BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor
Don't tell.Walt Disney, but it
actually does take more than a
wish on a star to make a dream
come true.
Dan and Linda Bowenknow
this well. Both have been
instrumental in organizing
several local efforts on behalf
of Dreams Come True, the
region's nonprofit program
dedicated to fulfilling the`
wishes of ailing children.'
They aiid" others were on
hand at the fair, as they will be
at the Strawberry-Festival, to
raise funds and awareness, but
the central event is The Shands
Starke Dreams Come True
Banquet scheduled for next
Friday, April 7. The laboratory
staff at the hospital is inviting -
everyone to be-a 'pjartof the
benefit, proceeds from which
will grant dreams to sick kids
and their families.
Set in the Shands Starke
atrium from 7 to '10 p.m.,.A_
variety of restauran'fts'have


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signed on to cater the affair and children that are. going to the
a number of unique items have local schools and the local
been donated for the churches," said Bowen.
evening's charity auction. -And-when he says the-money
Seating is limited to 15, but gbes to the children, he means
tickets will be sold up to the it. Not a dime is spent on the
'evening of the banquet (as long charity's administrative costs.
as seats are.available) for $75 -Those are paid for by a grant.
per individual or $3,000 for a With that grant backing the
corporate table seating eight. organization up, Dreams Come
If the price sounds steep, just... True. can focus on fund-raising:
consider what the money's for, to brig 'joy" to children in
said-Dan Bowen. Northeast Floridao and
. "I know you can gQ ; SoutheastGeorgia with cancer.
someplace and have a very nice leukemia. cystic -fibrosis,
meal for a lot bless money, but-, muscular dystrophy, AIDS.
the bottom line -is it's not just cardiac disease, renal
about the meal. It's the fund- dysfunction, neurological-
raising for the kids," he said, disorders .and. potier life-
"But the food that's going to be threatening illnesses. "
there i-s going to be fabulous." Through last year's Bargaini
Each event is one more Barn fund-raiser (another is
oppotiun.ty -to educate" ithe planned in a few weeks),
community about who Dreams Shands Starke employees like
Come True is trying to serve, Linda Bowen and Judy Jones
he said. along with those who shopped
"I think people need to helped send leukemi)a.tricken::
understand that the money 3-year-old Joseph 'Jo-Jo" Birt.
stays locl-.These-aretiffe- and is family to Disney World.
chdilr-enthat they're seeing in More than $2,600 was raised
the hospital. These are the through that one event, and this


year's benefits promise that Jo-
Jo, who was the first child
nominated from Bradford
-County. won't. be the -last to
have a dream fulfilled
"We ,ire going to fund local
children and hdpefuilly help
their dreams to' come true,"
said Bowen, whose; had the
opportunity to see the clarity
work its magic during his 10
years of hospice work with
. newborns, children and teens.
Of course, children can
dream big, but that's a
challenge, not an obstacle.
Makeovers, shopping sprees,
swimming with dolphins--it's
all possible when the.
community seizes the
opportunity to give. One boy
was flown to Californiia with
his family; where.he spent the
day with the Power Rangers.
Just a few months ago, Dreams
Come True worked with the
Westside Wrangler's to 'gei'a
very special horse for"a very
special little girl with bone
cancer. -
Usually thie cost of a dream


-is between. $2,500 and $3,500,
Bowen said, and Dreams Come
True has served more than
1,800 children.
The restauranteurs lined up
to cater the banquet' are all'
excited about the opportunity,
he said. They include Blue
Water Bay, Cross Creek,
Ellianos Coffee. Company,
Honey Baked Ham, KCY Party
Planners, Mi Toro, Smokey
Bones, Strawberry Tea Room
and Western Steer. The
Bowens, who busily dipped.flat,
upon flat of strawberries for the
fair, and will be doing so again
fori the Strawberry Festival,
will also have their chocolate
fountain flowing at the
banquet.
Topping the list of amazing
donations for the charity
auction are. two seats at a
Jacksonville Jaguars game in
t. he sky bo of team owner
Wayne Weaver and his wife,,
Delores. That donation vyilA-go
to one luck) bidder" for a
minimum bid of $1.800.
Another-will have the chance to


SQUADS: Work totals $42M around the state
Continued from p.1A


In February, two crews from
Lawtey and one from New
River, mowed and trimmed
rights of way and a variety of
locations including the
Veterans of Foreign Wars and
American Legion posts. They
pressure washed monuments at
Veterans Park, painted at the
fire station, picked up trash, cut
limbs, worked on ditches,
culverts, and water lines, and
even took down the fence at the
former Pratt Street recreation
park in preparation for library
construction.
* The county road department
generally receives three crews
a day, and under the
supervision of a road
department employee, those
inmates supplement the work
the road department would
otherwise be able to
accomplish in a week.
They perform almost all of
the pothole patching on the
county's paved roads, for
example. There is a crew that
can patch and repair ulverts,
pulling them ounii'itting them
off and adding extentions,
Crawford said. Culvert
cleaning is also an important
task, and the crews help groom
the county by cutting and
clearing brush from rights -of
way.
"We use them' also in the
summer for mowing public
areas," Crawford said, such as
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with litter control.
The county manager said
DOC has also been good about
providing a crew to work
around once a week for the
Bradford County Fair
Association. That crew
maintains the grounds and
cleans the. fairground's
buildings, and multiple crews
were brought in prior to the fair
to paint and make other
preparations for the 10-day
event..
"We couldn't get along
without them," Crawford said.
Even one day.a week, the
fair association is able to save
around $6,000 annually, he
said,, who was once fair
manager and calculated that
annual savings to the
association. Estimating that
value for the county would be
difficult, he said, but it is
certainly many thousands of
dollars each y.ear. -
" "They're a considerable
savings to us, no question
apout. it," Crawford said,
Sadling thit ff'hinmates must
feel that they are contributing
positively to the public.
- "Picking- up trash isn't the
best thing in the world, but
when they can do something-
more constructive, they feel
real good about it," he said.:
Even inmates from. the
county jail get involved
cleaning .the ecourthotlSe,
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The' Tourism Development
Council, too, is making the
most of the no-cost labor
inmates provide as it works to
convert a former church into a
multiuse convention center.
Several years of virtually no
spending resulted in a pile of
bed tax revenue to purchase the
property and pay for what was
needed to accomplish the
transformation, but without the
many hours of uncompensated
labor provided by the specially,
trained inmates, even .TDC's
deep -pockets would have
emptied.
In Fiscal Year 2004-05, it
cost $18,108 a yearor $49.61 a
day to feed, clothe, house,
educate and provide medical I
services fpr ,an. inmate_ at, a
major prison,,. but most are
somehow working to earn their
keep.
According to DOC, in
October 2005, there were
86;374 inmates in the Florida
prison system. Private prisons
. housed 5,269 inmates and the
"remaining 81,105 were in'
SDepartment of Corrections
faciliti.es- ,'. ...
.....Contrary to thce perception
that inmates are lazy- or.
pampered, DOG 'says more
than 80 percenL of h*e inmates
in DOG institutions .-and
facilities last year re either-
assigned to work, assigned'to
participate in a substance abuse
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cities, municipalities, and


nonprofit organizations.: In
Fiscal Year 2004-05, the
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taxpayers more than $42
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March 30,2006 TELEGRAPH Page3A


Wannabe Idols


compete at Bradford High


BY LINDSEY KIRKLAND
Telegraph Staff Writer
If you're a fan of the
television phenomenon known
as "American Idol," Bradford
High School has the show for
you.
The first round of "Bradford
Idol" was held Monday night
in the BHS auditorium.
Everyone's favorite "dawg
pound" member Randy
Jackson, lovable Paula Abdul
and the despised, and
frequently booed, Simon
Cowell-or reasonable
facsimiles-were on hand to
judge the singing performances
of 15 contestants. "Ryan
Seacrest" even kept the show
going as host.
Of course, with the real
Randy, Paula, Simon and Ryan
busy in Hollywood, BHS
students Joshua Bell, Lauren
Martin, R.L. Clemons and John
Crawford had to fill in as
judges and host;
Performances ranged from
,.country to R&B to original
songs, with and without music.
Paula and Randy were
mostly encouraging, but Simon
had a few criticisms of some
contestants.
"I don't think that was a
strong choice for your'
vocality," he said after Monica
Tedder sang "On My Own"
from Les Miserables.
As with the television show,
it's the audience who gets to
decide who will be the next
Bradford Idol, not the judges.
As Simon told one
contestant Monday after she
performed, "It brought a tear to


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time jumps t
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the average tim
17 minutes.
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Northern BC
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Southern BC .
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response time o
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night figure he
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lonen;/ the would be generated to. cover
For thirsreason, the cost of a new unit. Green
se time can be said such an addition to a
minutes because particular area tends to increase
ng number of calls from that area by 10
s are occupied percent, That would yield
t be answered around $6,000 more from
Brooker or $12,000 more from
the region in Lawtey-not'nearly enough to
experience a pay for ongoing operational
nse time on and personnel costs.
Lawtey to the Adding a new unit part time
ker to the west., instead of full time is not really
24-hour unit at a solution either.
n,. unit other ,- have a little bit of a
2 responds, problem explaining if you have'
erage response a heart attack from 7 a.m. to 7
to nearly 15 p.m. we'll be right there, but if
he other hand, you have a heart attack after 7
a goes in the p.m. you're going to have to
on in response wait an additional 10 minutes,"
he Lawtey area, Green said.
e is more than Taking the current part-time
unit and making it full time
would require adding fewer
Response hours than adding an entirely
Time* new full-time unii, but placing
it outside of the Starke area
13.01 (17.02) where it currently remains busy
would reduce response time in
17.95 the highest volume call area,
and that is also a problem. The
11.62 (14.84) fact is, moving any of the
minutes. current units may decrease
presents response response time in one area, but it
st EMS station would add to it in another.
t region. Essentially, adding a new
standard for unit in northern or western
standard for Bradford County will require
ormance is a funding the county doesn't
f eight minutes currently have.
and 12 minutes Having discussed
Of course, the possibilities for grant funds,
ponse time the Green reported this month that
)rt'ality rate, so an application would be
having different submitted under two programs.
Jrban and rural Either grant would replace the
I would like to chassis on an older EMS unit.
form response Of the approximately
e. $90,000 project, however, the
ng that would county would provide a 10.
the number of percent match under the rural
he number region grant program and a 25 percent
particular region match under a more
avily on where competitive EMS program.
ed. At 490 care stillEither match would be paid out
calls are still of the EMS department's
the southern budget next year.
d -t ttivr t hiJ-A C


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north of the county. Western
Bradford comes in at 190 calls
for 2005.
Even with those numbers,
Green said he's not convinced
'hat even he knows where the
next EMS station should be
located.
One of the grant proposals
Green discussed with the
commission was to add a new
unit with personnel. The cost of
the truck, operational and
personnel expenses totaled
$571,280, of which the county
would have to pay 25 percent,
around $143,000.
The ongoing cost would.
result in an estimated $391,000
budget for the unit in year two
and $411,000 in year three,
given a 5 percent increase in
personnel and operational
expenses each year. This would
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contestant he would let her through to the next round, but she needed to work
on her nerves.


my eye while you were singing
that."
Students can determine
whether this was a tear of pain
or joy by casting votes during
their lunches for 25 cents per
vote.
The results will narrow
down the. field- to eight
performers, who will be
revealed in round two, held
tonight, Thursday, March 30, at
7 p.m. in the BHS auditorium.
The final round will take
place Tuesday, April 11.
There is a small entry fee,
but all money goes toward the
German Exchange Program.


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Mariah Carey's
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New First Baptist minister enjoying small-town atmosphere


BY MARCIA MILLER
Telegraph Staff Writer
Although the Rev. Joseph
Fennell, was raised in
Jacksonville, he said he and his
wife arc both small town
people at heart-and Starke
seems to be just the small town
they have been looking for.
Fennell is the new youth
minister at First Baptist Church
of Starke. He and his wife
Jamie plan to move into
Bradford County in May or.
June.
"We like the community a
lot," said Fennell. "We both
grew up in a big city
atmosphere, but we're country
people at heart. We love the
small town_ feeL .of the-
'community. and the
genuineness of the people."
Fennell graduated from
University Christian High
School in 2000 and is currently.
finishing up his bachelor's
degree in .religion at LiberlN
University in Lynchburg, Va.
He said he has reached the
point in his studies where,he
can finish his degree by taking
online classes.
He then plans to go on to
obtain a master's degree. in
theology. "If the Lord is
_illing.._--plan--to obtain -my


doctorate one day." said
Fennell.
The Fennells heard about
the opening at the Starke
church through Jamic's
grandmother, who lives, in
Starke. Her grandmother
attended the First Baptist
Church of Jacksonville, but
also attended Starke First
Baptist from time to time.
When Jamie's grandfather
got sick, pastors from the
Starke church visited and
discussion turned to family
members. Her grandmother
talked about Fennell and his
study of the ministry. That
discussion evolved into a job
interview.
Fennell: guides a youth
department that currently
numbers 135. He leads the
Wednesday night service each
week and said some changes
are being planned for that
service. The mccling lime will
be moved from 7 p.m. to 6:30,
p.m. The meeting will be
designed around small-group
discussion instead of having a
full-group service for the entire
session.
"We'l.I split up into smaller
groups to discuss the Bible
reading and devotional," said
.Fennell. "On Sunday morning,
ill's hard to have time to sit


down and talk with each
student. On Wednesday, we can
break up into smaller groups
and do that."
Fennell said he makes it a
practice to visit his students at
school as well. He has lunch at
school with his students to
make himself more accessible
and to build a camaraderie with
the young people.
He has also signed up to be a
mentor and tutor for- middle
school students and plans to be
involved as a volunteer with
sports teams and events.,
"I love sports. I played
baseball on both school and,
travel teams," said Fennell.
"Sports also provide an
opportunity for me to connect
to some of our youth."
Fennell said a number of the
people in his youth group
gather on Sunday afternoons to
play flag football. He
participates in an effort to help
build bonds among the young
people..
Fennell is also currently
working on a writing project
with a group of friends. They
hope to see their book on
evangelism, published in the,
future.
Fennell is also the director of
youth outreach for the church.
He coordinates events, and


activities designed to reach
young people who' are not
currently attending'church on a
regular basis.
A visit from the Power Team
is one such event that is
planned for the near future.
This group of Christian athletes
will seek to reach young people
through. word and example.
The Power Team will appear at
Starke First Baptist Wednesday
through Sunday, May 10-14, at
7 p.m. each evening.
When Starke First Baptist
hired Fennell, they, also
received the dedicated service
of his wife.
"Jamie is a tremendous asset
in both my life and my
ministry," said Fennell. "She is
my. biggest encourager. She
helps me come up with creative
ideas for presenting lessons."
Fennell said she is also a
person who is easy to talk to.
He said the young women in
the youth, group gravitate to
Jamie naturally and feel very
comfortable talking to her.
Fennell said they are happy
with their planned move to
Bradford County and are
excited to be serving the: area.
For more information about
Fennell or the First Baptist
youth-ministry, call (904) 964-
6562.


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No new 'old' tires at New River landfill


The Rev. Joe Fennell and Jamie Fennell


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD would include a three phase
Telegraph Editor proposal to construct a transfer
facility, operate the facility
Old tires may begin piling up and transport waste, and
in the region but it won't be at dispose of that waste. The
the New River 'Regional county is interested in any
Landfill. proposal to do-altH-f'a portion
The landfill has stopped of-hariCorik.
pJg-O4d-s-F irtI-iS-a new Clay's proposal, being all
way to get rid of them has been inclusive, would require more
discovered. effort and the addition of staff.
"Waste tires have become a Some felt it might be more than
big issue, not just for New New River is prepared to
River but for our counties and undertake, particularly in light
the entire state of Florida,"'said of regional growth, but the
the landfill's executive director, board gave O'Neal a green
Darrell O'Neal. light to negotiate on' both
The crisis relates to the lack. fronts.
of ways to process the tires and O'Neal said. he didn't want
comply with environmental the opportunity to come and go
law. Three years ago, there. without some exploration. He
were around half a dozen doesn't think, however, it
different outlets for the tires would be in'the landfill's best
accepted at the landfill, but that interest to partner with both
number has been reduced in the counties, he said. Perhaps one,
state.of Florida and disposal is but not both -
heavily regulated, O'Neal said.
"As the end *use gets Cell 5
regulated and they (disposal
facilities) have to control the progress,
number of tires coming in, the
number is backing up slows
throughout the state," he said. Past cell construction
Eight neighboring counties proposals haven't seen as many
he's contacted are experiencing requests for additional
the same problem., information from the Florida
Waste tires must be disposed Department of Environmental
of in an approved facility, and Protection as the proposal for
there is a limit-to the number of the fifth cell has, O'Neal said.
tires that can be stored before The additional information
processing, which has resulted requests have delayed receipt
in the current moratorium., of the construction permit and
In 2005, the landfill accepted raised several critical issues.
250 tons of tires. most of which Among them is the concern
went to a processor in Georgia, that delays will push
but the last time that processor construction into the upcoming
was able to accept a transfer hurricane season.
was November. A transfer of "We were hoping to put
ownership of that company is down liner in March, .April at
complicating matters. the latest," O'Neal said. Now it
Calls for assistance from looks like the landfill won't
others have gone unanswered, have the permit it needs until
"We cannot exceed.what-r --June or July.
"permit ay.s we can store here." Graduate students at the
O'Neal said. "'We cannot University of Florida are also
accept any from citizens, we on hold since part of the
cannot accept any from application called for
counties. We have no way to additional bioreactor research.
store them." Engineer Frank Darabi said
Because he said "something DEP wants to enforce stricter
has to give," O'Neal will requirements on leakage
conduct a search of all because the award-winning
companies that may be liner system has proven so
interested in taking tires from successful.
the landfill, and he asked the The system more than meets
board for authority to enter into current standards, but if a
multiple contracts. stricter standard i,-"if'tfrcped


Snard may :and--ihes--ystem fails, the
_..B 01 V 'I landfill would have to begin
remedial action. For that
partner R wi th reason, Darabi said he is
Clay or Citrus willing to compromise on the
ly O f U standard, but not accept one as
The board directed staff to strict as DEP is suggesting.
further investigate inquiries DEP also wants a spotter on
from Clay and Citrus counties the ground to screen the waste
about disposal at the New being' disposed of in the
River Regional Landfill. landfill, but because there is
"Both of them are similar in always heavy equipment
the fact that what they are behind the garbage trucks to
looking for is someone to quickly compact the load,
operate their' transfer-facility, O'Neal said a spotter would be
make arrangements for at risk.
transportation and disposal,"
O'Neal- said. Landfill.


SClay is developing a request
for proposals from interested
facilities, but New River has
never responded to such a
request, O'Neal said.
The landfill's arrangements
with outside counties are made
by interlocal agreement, and
O'Neal said Clay was told
landfill staff might be willing
to sit down to discuss the
proposal and gauge interest for
the development -of an
interlocal agreement. That
would need to happen quickly
before Clay releases its RFP.
Unlike Clay. Citrus' RFP


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clean audit
Tim Coleman of Douglas,
Douglas and Farnsworth
.delivered a clean audit of the
landfill's accounting practices
to the board for the prior year.
There was a vast improvement
in documenting its purchasing
arrangements, Coleman said.
The sole suggestion was that
the board try to earn interest at
a higher rate by reconsidering
where it invests its funds.


The board discussed moving
its closure escrow to the State
Board of Administration's
Local Government Investment
- Pool, where the current rate of
- return is 4.55 percent. The
average currently received on
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percent.
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million, almost $13 million
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Southside announces TKs for February


Southside Elementary School recently announced its Kiwanis Terrific Kids for the
month of February 2006. They are (front row, I-r) Kelsey Wendell, Kylie Moran, Khalia
Donley, (second row) Isabel Burns, Matthew Garlo, Jazmine Gonzalez, Lani Prescott,
Michelle Rogers, Jacob Mohart, Tally Chandler, (third row) Madyson Varnes,
Shavaughnya Hampton, Cheyenne Carter, Alissa Shupe, Jessa Gant, Crystal
Hartmah, Stephanie Silcox, (fourth row) Ashleigh Jackson, Marquis Hendrieth, Shayna
Coleman, Mikaela Herres, Jacob McWiliams and Shane Griffis. Terrific Kids is a
motivational program sponsored by the Starke Kiwanis Club. Members assisting with
the program were John Conneely, Richard Sapp and Brenda Farnsworth.


Kiwanis TKs announced at HES


Hampton Elementary School recently announced its Terrific Kids for March 2006.
They are (front row, I-r) Hunter Ritch, David Grady, Faythlyn Garland, Brooklyn'
Crawford, James Parker, (second row) Wesley Baxter, Haleigh Clary, Austen Oliver,
-Treavor Howard, Emily Ringer, Savanna Munyan, Destiny Trentham, (third row) Officer
Bear Bryan, Mrs. Brown, James Watson, Vivian Chappell and John Conneely.


Lawtey
Baptist hosts
extravaganza
April 8
The Lawtey Baptist
Academy will host the
Bradford Spring Extravaganza
on Saturday, April 8, at the
Bradford County Fairgrounds.
The event is set to last from
11 a.m. to 8 p.m. A giant yard
sale at the fairgrounds will also
be open at 7 a.m.
Inflatable games, paintball
and rides will be part of the
event for e.erxone in the
county to enjoy the last day of
their spring break. Meals wll
be sold throughout the day.
A country store and silent
auction will be held, and
fireworks will be the grand
finale after 8 p'.m.


Kiwanis club
is in need of,
prom dress
donations
The Kiwanisr 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 drive.
People in the community are
encouraged to donate their
gently used gowns, accessories
and shoes to help local girls
who may otherwise miss out
on going to the prom.
All donations, which should
be made prior to April 1, will
S 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
7 presentnt, heis.uinng ea.h
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.
Mercury and Denmark
Furniture. You may also call
(904) 964-7200 or send an e-
.mail to townandcountryfm.
@yahoo.com.

Community
egg hunt set
April 8
The First Baptist Church of
Starke, "is hosting a
community-wide Easter egg
hunt on Saturday, April 8,
from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
The hunt will occur on the
Starke Elementary School
grounds on CR-229 'in Starke.
,Everyone is invited to attend.
Call' (904) 964-6562 for
more information.


Won en can
learn money
management
Dollars and Sense: Money
Management for Women is a
day of free information and
workshops for displaced
homemakers on Friday, March
31. It will be held at the Santa
Fe 'Community College
Blount Center in downtown
Gainesville (401 N.W., Sixth
St.) from 8:30 a.m. to 2:30
p.m.
Topics include identity theft;
establishing, maintaining and
repairing credit; getting started
in your own business;
spending plans; buying a

home; and Investments 101.

Happy 16th Birthday
DYLAN RODGERS


Displaced homemakers are
35 years of age or older; have
been homemakers most of
their adult life; are unemployed
or underemployed; have had or
would have difficulty securing
-adequate employment; have
been dependent' upon another
family member for support
which is no longer available;
or have been dependent on
public assistance.
Preregistration is required,
and lunch is included. Call
(352) 395-5047. The Displaced
Homemaker Program is an
empowerment and employment
program funded through a grant
from the Florida Agency for
Workforce Innovation. This
workshop is made possible by
a minigrant -from- Altrusa
International of Gainesville.


BCSB meeting
for workshop
The Bradford County School
Board will meet for a
workshop on Monday, April 3,
at 3 p.m. in the boardroom at
the district offices, .501 W.
Washington St.
Topics include classroom,
space at Starke Elementary,
staffing allocations, the
district's organizational chart, a
warehouse job description and
other pertinent issues.
For further information, call
(904) 966-6800.


A mind that is stretched by
a new experience can
never go back to its old
dimensions.
-Oliver Wendell Holmes



Nappy 6th Birthday
Haley Faye!


March 30, 1990
Love,.
M[om, 'Dad and Lainie


It's time for
Roundup
2006
Bradford County Public
Schools will offer a voluntary
prekindergarten Roundup 2006.
Pre-K is available to the
children of Florida residents
who will be 4 years old by
Sept. 1, who have not reached
kindergarten age..
During the school year, the
540 hour pre-K program is
free. No fees are charged for
prelK-h ours but $35 per week
may be charged to participate
in wraparound, full day care.
Children will be enrolled at
the school site for which they
are zoned and transportation
may be available for full-day
participants.
Parents of 4-year-old children
who are interested in
enrollment are urged to attend
round-up.
Parents should provide a
birth certificate and Social
Security card for each child tod
be enrolled.
In addition, a yellow
physical form, blue
immunization record and proof
of the parents' 'Florida
residency should be provided. A
copy of a driver's license with
a current street address is
acceptable.
Episcopal Children's
Services will be on-site to
qualify families for financial
assistance. Those interested
should bring six weeks of pay
stubs. Foster care or relative
caregivers may require
additional documentation.
Roundups are planned for:
Thursday, March 30, 9 a.m.-
noon, at Lawtey Community
School; Monday, April 10, 9
a.m.-noon, at Southside
Elementary; Tuesday, April 11,
9 a.m.-noon, at Starke
Elementary; Wednesday,-April.
12, 9 a.m.-noon, at Hampton
Elementary School; Thursday,
April 13, 9 a.m.-noon, at
Brooker Elementary School;
and Friday, April 28, 9 a.m.-
noon and 3-6 p.m. at the
Rainbow Center.
For more information, call
(800) 236-2463, (904) 966-
6034 or (904) 966-6039.


I CHURCH I
Lake Hill Baptist Church,.
5165 C.R. 214 in Keystone
Heights, will have a spring
revival Monday through Friday,
March 27-31, 7 p.m. nightly,
featuring Dr. Herb Reavis Jr.
from Jacksonville and the Rev.
Jason Nettles frornrSouth
Carolina. There will be special
music each night. A nursery
will be provided. Call (352)
473-4191 for information.
Trinity Baptist Church music
ministry invites the public to the
16th annual Lake Area Easter
Pageant on Friday, April 14,
Saturday, April 15, and Easter
Sunday, April 16. All
performances begin at 7 p.m.
Admission is free and seating is
on a first come basis. Doors
open at 6 p.m. Easter Sunday'
services include worship
services at 8 and 10:45 a.m. and
Sunday School beginning at
9:30 a.m.
Worthington Springs United
Methodist Church will
celebrate homecoming at 11
a.m., on Sunday, April 2. The
Lord's Supper will be
celebrated at the morning
service, followed by a covered
dish dinner. The public is
invited.


BMS scores
'superior' in
weekend band
event
If you happened to, ride by
Bradford High School ihis past
Thursday or Friday evening or
Saturday morning, music may
have reached your ears.
The Bradford County school
system hosted the Florida
Bandmasters Association' for
'the middle schools in District
4. Sixteen middle school bands
from Alachua, Baker, Bradford,
Columbia and Union counties
participated in the three-day
event.
Each band was graded for. its
performance of three prepared
songs and two pieces of music
never before seen by the bands.
Bradford Middle. School
earned an overall superior
rating for its performance on
Friday. Judges explained that a
superior in the Music
Performance Assessment is
similar to an "A" on an FCAT
exam.
Judges for the event are band
directors from outside the area
who have been trained through
an internship program and are
recertified every five years.


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Volunteer
opportunities are
available during
Festival
Volunteer opportunities are available
during the Strawberry Festival which,
This year. will he held Saturday and
Sunday, April 22 and 23.
Volunteers can meet many people
and have lots of fun.
Some part-time paid positions are
also available for survey takers during
the event.
.Please call Main Street Starke, Inc. at
904-964-5278 if you are interested .in
volunteer or paid positions.


C'.L &cArlo


Street Starke,
i i 1'' ^ ': -'* *


Historic Preservation
Workshop
April 11,2006
10:00 P.M.
Santa Fe Community College,
Andrews Cultural Building
Speaker: J. Susan Parker,
Community Assistance Consultant
NE Regional Office, Fla. Division of Historical Resources
This event is open to the publiC.
If you live in the city of Starke and you are interested
in the preservation of our historic sites and.,
properties, please join us.


Attention businesses on Call Street!
Do you have an island strip of grass
in front" of your building?
Would you like to have yours landscaped? ,
Main Street Starke, Inc. will landscape
for you. The cost is $100.00 for the entire
island to be completed. Please call for
details.0 9o4-964-5278


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MAIN OFFICE


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100 E. Call St., Starke
904-964-5278
www.northfloridachamber.com


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True Colors Seminar
When: Thursday, March 30
Time: 9-10:30 a.m.
Whcrc: SFCC Cultural
Building
STARKE


BOARD OF GOVERNORS


When:
Time:
Where:


Thursday, March 30
Noon
Capital City Bank'
350 N. Temple Ave.
STARKE


Chamber BASH
When: Friday, March 31
Time: 5-7 p.m.
Where: SonShine Title & Escrow
107 Edwards Road
STARKE


Tom Smith
Coldwell Banker
Smith & Smith Reall)
"The comprehensive nature of the chamber's work has made our
market area a better place to live and conduct business."


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March 30, 2006 TELEGRAPH Page 7A


Heilbronn Springs VFD donations achieve goal


BY LINDSEY KIRKLAND
Telegraph, Staff Writer

SThe Hcilbronn Springs
Volunteer Fire Department had
ilis ncw garage door installed
Friday and added an ice
machine to its fire house.
Fire Chief Terry McCarthy
said; he wanted to Ilet t he
community-know- he .had used
their donations for what he
promisAd in the support letters
he sent o6t last year;
The garage-type door added
to the firehouse is hurricane
resistant, which means. iL.can
withstand certain Iv'yels of
hurricane-force wind. If a
hurricane hit the area, the fire
trucks would be protected.
It is also electric and runs on
generator backup in case Ihe
ppwer goes out. The ice
machine is on generator
backup, too, and produces 65(1
pounds of ice per day, which
..would be helpful during
hurricane season.
The remaining money will
go into ihe department's Iruck
fund in hopes of buying a new
trick.
'We want to thank the
citizens for being supporli\e in
the past, but we are asking for
e.qtra help this year." McCarthy
said.
When support letters go out
Iter this year, the chief w ill be
asking the community to help
with the truck fund and to buy
new extrication equipment.
The current extrication
equipment is "failing," he said.
"We have the honor of
protecting the two most
i important things in people's
lives: family -and home," he
shid. "We want something safe
t6 drive and something decent
t4 work with when we get



County

convenes

April 3,
:'The Bradford County
Commission will meet on
Monday, April 3, at 9:30 a.m.
in the boardroom at the
Bradford Countv Courthouse,
located on U.S. 301 in Starke.
: A workshop on .planning
will follow the board meeting..
pThe meeting is open to the
public, and an agenda may 'b
obtained in advance in the
office of the clerk of courts.
For more information, call
(904) 966-6280.
"~ ~ ~ i-'* '
Lawtey will

meet April 3
The L4wtey City Council
will meet at 7 p.m. on
Monday, April 3. The,
meetings are held' at Lawtey
r-ity Hall.
pMeetings are open to the
.public, and an agenda is
available in advance. For more
information, call (904) 782-
3454.

Starke to

meet April 4
;The next meeting of the
Starke City Commission will
be Tuesday April 4, at 7 p.m.
The March 21 meeting has,
been canceled.
The meeting is at city hall
and is open to the public. An


Heilbronn Springs Volunteer Fire Department Chief Terry McCarthy and Lt. Lloyd
Hamilton stand watch outside the station's new garage door while it is being
constructed Friday.


there." Heilbronn Springs Volunteer
An\ support .can be sent to. Fire Department at 21412 N.W.


agenda is available in advance
in the office of the city clerk.
For more information, call
(904) 964-5027.


Stearns visits
April 8
Rep. Cliff Stearns, R-Ocala,
will hold a town meeting in
Starke on Saturday, April 8.
-Scheduled to last around and-
hour, the: meeting is open to
even one and will begih at 9
a.m. in the boardroom at the
Bradford County Courthouse;
945 N. Temple' e:'.


Health

insurance,

counseling

held monthly,.
SHINE (Serving He1th
Insurance Needs of Elderi) is
sponsoring free health
insurance counseling sessions
for elders and their families
who have questions or
problems with Medicare and
other health insurance
programs.
The sessions are scheduled
Sfor the third Tuesday of each
month at the Bradford County
Health Department on ,north
U.S. 301 in Starke. The next
session is April .18. The
sessions last from 9 a.m. to 1
p.m. and counseling will take
place by appointment only.
SHINE is. a statewide


program sponsored by the
Department of Elder Affairs. It
helps empower elders to make
informed decisions about
health insurance. During the
sessions, SHINE counselors
offer information and
assistance with Medicare,
Medicare supplemental
insurance, Medicare
prescription discount cards and
prescription drug savings
programs.. ...
To make an appointment, or
if you cannot, travel to the
counseling session site, call
the elder helpline at (800) 262-
2243.,


Trail Ridge

Festival set

for June
The Third Annual Lawtey
Trail Ridge Festival will be
held on June 3-4 on West Lake
Street in Lawtey.
Plans are currently being
made for this exciting family
event. For further information
contact the city of Lawtey at
(904). 782-3454.


S.R. 16, Starke, FL32091.


LEGALS

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO: 04-2006-DR-0099
IN RE: The Marriage of
CHARLES MATHEW CAMBPELL,
Husband,
VS.
MICHELE MARTHA HINES
CAMPBELL,
Wife. J .,,
Wife.NdTIC OF ACTIbN
TO: MICHELE MARTHA HINES
CAMPBELL
RESIDENCE UNKNOWN
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an'action
of Petition for Dissolution of Marriage
has been filed against you, in the
above styled Court and you are
required to serve a copy of your
written response to JOHN S.
COOPER, ESQUIRE, Cooper and
Adamec, 100 West Call Street,
Stake, Florida 32091, on or before
April 15 2006, and file the original
with the Clerk of-the Court, either
before service on the above-named
attorney or immediately thereafter,
otherwise a default will be entered
against you for the relief demanded in
the petition.
W.ITNESS my hand and official seal
of this Court on the 27th day of
February; -2006.
RAY NORMAN,
CLERK OF THE COURT
By: Carol Williams
John S. Cooper, Esquire
. Cooper and Adamec
100 West Call Street
Starke, Florida 32091
(904) 964-4101


Fax: 964-4839
Florida Bar No: 0910340
Attorney for Husband
3/9 4tchg. 3G3O

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY.
FLORIDA
CASE NO..-05"661-.CA
GLADYS L. HADDOCK.
Plaintiff, '
vs
GERALD GRIFFIS
CONSTRUCTION COMPANY,
INC.. a dissolved Florida
Corporation. GERALD GRIFFIS and
GERALD M. GRIFFIS, if alive, and if
dead, their unknown spouse, heirs,
devisees, grantees, creditors, and all
other parties claiming by, through,
under or against them; the unknown
spouse, heirs, devisees, grantees, .
and creditors of any of the above
parties who are deceased, and any
and all other parties claiming by,
through, under or against them; and
all unknown natural persons, if alive,
and if dead or not known to be dead or
alive, their several and respective
unknown spouses, heirs, devisees,
grantees,. and creditors, or other
parties claiming by, through or under
those unknown natural persons, and
the several and respective unknown
assigns, successors in interest.
transferees, trustees or any other
person claiming by, through, under or
against any corporation or other legal
entity named as a defendant and all
claimants, persons or parties, natural
or corporate, or those exact legal
status is unknown, claiming under
any of the above named or described
defendants or parties or claiming to
have any right, title or Interest in and
to the lands hereafter described,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO. Gerald M. Griffis, Route 4, Box
1085, Starke, FL 32091, (Last Known
Address) if alive, and if dead. the
unknown heirs, beneficiaries,
successors, assigns, spouses,
personal representatives, devisees,
grantees, trustees, creditors
YOUR ARE NOTIFIED that an action
to quiet title on the followingproperty
located in Bradford County, Florida:
Lot 6, except East 11.03 feet, East 15
feet of Lot 7 and the West 12 Feet of
Lot 11, block 2, Unit 3, Saratoga
Heights, as per that certain Plat Book
2, Page 3 of the public records of
Bradford County, Florida.
has been filed against you, and you
are required to serve a copy of your
written defenses, if any, to it on
Plaintiff through her attomey, whose
name and address is: c/o Suzanne C.
Quifionez, Esquire, Post Office Box
130, Middleburg, FL320.0-0130 on
or before within 30 days after the first
publication, and tile the original with
the clerk of tnis court either before
service on Plaintiff or immediately
thereafter; otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the relief
demanded in the complaintI.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
this Court'on March 3,2006.
CLERK OF THE COURT
By: Carol Williams
Deputy Clerk
3130 4tchg. 4/20
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
- AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY
: FLORIPA
CASE NO.: 05-66-CA
GLADYS L. HADDOCK,
Plaintiff,
vs
JAMES E. McKENZIE and CYNDEE
S. McKENZIE, n/k/a CYNDEE S.
EDWARDS, if alive, and if dead, their
unknown spouses, heirs, devisees..
grantees, creditors, and all other ',
parties claiming by, through, under or
against them; the unknown spouse,
heirs, devisee s, and: -.
creditors of any of the above parties
who are deceased, and any and all:
other parties claiming by, through,
under or against them; and all
unknown natural persons, if alive, and
if dead or not known to be dead or
alive, their several and respective
unknown spouses, heirs, devisees,
grantees, and creditors, or other
parties claiming by, through or under
those unknown natural persons, and
the several and respective unknown
assigns, successors in interest,
transferees, trustees or any other
person claiming by, through,.under or
against any corporation or other legal
entity named as a defendant; and alV1
claimants, persons or parties; natural
or corporate, or those exact legal
status is unknown, claiming under
any of the above named or descb.ed


-dfendants or parties or claiming to
have any right, title or interest in and
tolthe lands hereafter described: THE
PATRICIA J. RITTER TRUST, and
BOARD OF COUNTY
COMMISSIONERS OF
BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: Cydee S McKenzie
* n&/ Cyndee S. Edwards
Post Office Box 493
Starke. FL. 32091
(Last Known Address)
atricia J. Ritter, Trustee of The
Patricia J. Ritter Trust
5646 N.W. 87th Way
Coral Springs.FL 33067-2867
(Last Known Address)
if alve. and if dead, the unknown
heirs, beneficiaries, successors.
assign, spouses, personal
Representatives, devisees, grantees,
trustees, creditors, and the unknown
beneficlanes of the Patricia J. Ritter
Trust
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action
to quiet title on the following property
located in Bradford County, Florida:
Exhibit "A"
The West 132.00 feet of the East
1584.00 feet of the South 330.00 feet
of theS1/2of theNEl/4of Section 11,
Township 7 South, Range 21 East, :
Bradford County Florida, containing
1.00 acre.
Above described parcel being.
conveyed with a 60.00 foot easement
for Ingress, egress and utilities as
follows: That part of the Westerly
60.00 feet of the SW1/4 of NW1/4
lying South of County Road 225
(formerly State Road S-225) of
Section'12. Township 7 South, Range
21 East together with the Northerly
60.00 feet of the Southerly 390.00 feet
of the S1/2 of NE1/4 of said Section
11.
Subject to Covenants and.
Restrictions as contained In that:
certain Warranty Deed recorded at
O.R. Book 385, Page 303-304 of the
Public Records of Bradford County.
has been flied against you, and you
are required to serve a copy of your
written defenses, if any. to it on
Plaintiff through her attorney, whose
name and address is: c/o Suzanne C.
Quiflonez, Esquire, Post Office Box
130, Middleburg, FL 32050-0130 on
or before within 30 days after the first
publication, and file the original with
the clerk of this court either before
service on Plaintiff or immediately
thereafter; otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the relief
demanded in the complaint.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
this Court on March 2.2006.
CLERK OF THE COURT
By: Carol Williams
Deputy Clerk
W3304tchg. 4/20
NTHE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO: 04-2006-CA-0009
APRIL SANDERS, a/k/a,
APRIL SANDERS MERCHANT,
Plaintiff,
- vs.
JAMES F. HARPER, JR. and
BILLY MYERS,
Defendants..
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: JAMES F. HARPER, JR.,
whose last known residence address
Is: UNKNOWN
and whose last known mailing
address is 4416 Longmire Avenue,
Middleburg, FL 32608. -
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
an action to foreclose a mortgage on
the following property in Bradford,
County, Florida:
Lot 12. Block 26, LIVINGSTON,
TRUBY AND COMPANY'S
* ADDITION TO THE TOWN OF
STARKE, FLORIDA, of the public
records of Bradford County, Florida,
has been filed against you, and you
are required to serve a copy of your
written defenses, if any, to said action
on PAUL D: NEWELL, Plaintiff's
attorney, whose address is Post
Office Box 1369, Keystone Heights,
Florida 32656. within 30 days after
the date of the first publication of this
Notice in the Bradford County
Telegraph, and file the original with
the Clerk of this court either before
service on Plaintiff's attorney or
immediately thereafter; otherwise a
default will be entered against you for
the relief demanded in the complaint
or petition.
WITNESS my hand and seal of this
court this 22nd day of March, 2006.
RAY NORMAN
As Clerk of the Court
y: Carol Williams
As Deputy Clerk
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First-graders who made straight A's at Hampton Elementary School for the third
nine weeks were (I-r) Brooklyn Crawford, Sarah Hirsch, Tristin Kirkland, Canton
Mann, Tyler Oliver, Brandon Trinckes and Jared Vance.


Brooker Elementary School students who made straight A's for the third nine
weeks were (front, I-r) Tyler Gainey, Hunter Crawford, William Davison, Wyatt
-.... .Griner;-(middle) Dylah Durrance, Alexia Kelley, Crysta Fairfield, Taylor Crosby,
Elin Cornett, Jordan Davis, (back) Mariah Demps, Lane Blanton, Andrew Ivey,
Parker Parrish and Summerlyn Byrd.


If you have a talent, use it in every which way possible. Don't hoard it. Don't dole it out like
a miser. Spend it lavishly, like a millionaire intent on going broke.
-Brenda Francis


Prop. 1 567 Acres, Old GA HWy. 46.
* Close Proximity To U.S. Hwy. 1 and 1-16
Interchange w/ Frontage on 1-16
* Excellent Commercial & Residential
Development Potential
. Great Ohoopee River Frontage


Prop. 2 73 Acres, Gobbler Lane
* Excellent Homesite
* Great Country Get-Away
* Beautiful Woodlands


Hank Deloney & Myers Jackson. AARE. CES, Auction Coordinators
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V 8-MONTH-OLD WINNER OF SUNBURST
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Best Hair, Best Smile, Prettiest Eyes,
,Best Attire, Most Photogenic and
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News from Bradford County, Union County and the Lake Region area


Sweat


Zachary Sweat, an FFA
member, and Dylan Gault, a 4-
H member, showed the top two
pigs during the swine sale at
this year's Bradford-County_
Fair.
Sweat's pig, which weighed
275 pounds, was the grand
champion and home grown
grand champion. It sold for
$6.50 per pound to Custom
Computer Services (Tim
Giebeig), PVC (Bill Wilson)
and Roberts Land and Timber.
Gault's 269-pound pig,
which was the reserve grand
champion and home grown
reserve grand champion, sold
for $19.50 per pound to W.E.
Gault, Tommy Balkcom,
Framing Unlimited (John
Crawford), Florida Pest
Control (Joe Reichert), Sylvia
Reddish, Billy Gault and
Starke City Commissioner
Larry Davis.
The grand champion trophy
was sponsored by Thomas
Auto Parts and the reserve
grand champion trophy was
sponsored by Roberts Land



Lawtey
Baptist hosts
extravaganza -
April 8
The Lawtey Baptist
Academy will host the
Bradford Spring Extravaganza
on Saturday, April- 8, at the
Bradford County Fairgrounds.
The event is set to last from
11 a.m. to 8 p.m. A giant yard
sale at the fairgrounds will also
be open at 7 a.m.
Inflatable games, paintball
and rides' will be part of the
event for everyone in the
county to enjoy the last day of
their spring break. Meals will
be sold throughout the day.
A country store and silent
auction will be held, and
fireworks will be the grand
finale after 8 p.m.


Fall from

truck injures

inmate

BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor
An inmate was severely
injiued .while at work for the
city of Lawtey on Friday
morning, March 24.
Twenty-five-year-old Jeffrey
R. Webster was riding on the
running board of a city garbage
truck when he fell off and was
run over by the truck's left rear
tires. According to the Florida
Highway Patrol report, the
truck was traveling north on
Pine Street at an idle speed
when Webster fell and the
truck ran over his midsection.
As of Tuesday morning,
Webster, who is serving a
seven-year sentence at Lawtey
Correctional Institution on
multiple counts of grand theft
and burglary in Escambia
County, was listed as stable.
Taken to Shands Jacksonville
following the accident,
Webster is awaiting surgery.
According to Lawtey City
Clerk Lisa Harley, the surgery
will address 'several injuries,
including multiple fractures
and a detached bladder. That
surgery will take place when
he is strong enough, said
Harley, who has been calling
for regular updates.
The garbage truck was driven
by Daniel "Lit" Phillips, 64,
one .of the city's most well-
known and well-liked
employees and volunteers. He
is husband to City
Councilwoman Jeanette
Phillips. Harley said he has
been on vacation since the
incident and told her he didn't
know if he would ever be able
to drive that truck again, so
upset was he by the accident.
It is unknown why Webster
fell from the truck, but he was
a relatively new inmate to the
city, Harley said, having only
started a few weeks ago.
Inmate workers had been
pulled from the city of Lawtey
as of Tuesday, pending an
investigation. Phillips was
charged with permitting an
occupant to ride on the exterior


of a vehicle.


,Gault show top pigs at this year's fair


and Timber. .Chuck and
Brenda Parrish sponsored the
belt buckles awarded to each
winner.
Complete sale results were


not available at press time.
.Union County
Superintendent of Schools
Carlton Faulk and his wife,
Nadine, sponsored the home


grown grand champion trophy,
while Danny and Debbie
Thomas sponsored the home
grown reserve, grand champion
trophy.


Katie Williams took first
place in senior (14 and up)
showmanship. Alvarez
Plumbing sponsored the trophy
and $100 cash prize, while


Sporting Chance sponsored the
belt buckle.

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CRIME !


Two charged
in farm
center
burglary
Two Union County men
were charged March 28 with
the March 19 burglary of the
Lake Butler Farm Center.
James Eric Blackwelder, 24,
of Worthington Springs and
Hank Isiah Todd, 33,-of Lake
Butler were charged with
possession of a weapon by
convicted felon, criminal
mischief $1,000 or more,
burglary of dwelling, grand
theft and grand larceny of
firearm, according to Deputy
Mac Johns.
The Center was entered by a
side door that was kicked open
during the night, Deputy Johns
said. A cutting torch rig from
the business' welding and
repair shop was wheeled inside
the main building and used in
an attempt to cut open the
business' safe..
The safe was ruined by the
,cutting torch, but the suspects
did not gain entry, Deputy
Johns said,'
Blackwelder and Todd are
charged with removing
approximately 50 pairs of
cowboy blue jeans, other items
of clothing and footwear. A
Colt. 38 was also stolen
during the burglary, Deputy
Johns said.
Through an investigation,
Blackwelder and Todd were
identified as the suspects and
arrested. The gun was located,.
Deputy Johns said. Neither
man has confessed to the
burglary, Deputy Johns said.

Drug bust
nets two
Multiple agencies arrested
two individuals when they
executed a search warrant
March 24 at 3681 .. Southeast
S.R. 100 in Bradford.
Seized during the search were
several pounds of marijuana,
three ounces of cocaine, one-
half ounce of crack cocaine,
other illegal controlled
substances, firearms and
$3,415 in cash.
Arrested Jwere Bryan' Lamar"
Archer, 31, charged with sale
in lieu of a controlled -
substance, three couris of sale
and possession of crack,
cocaine, according to Agent
Brian Davis. Archer sold
approximately 15.4 grams of
crack cocaine to an undercover
officer on Feb. 23 for $600.
The transaction occurred across
from Hope Baptist Church,
Agent Davis said.
On Feb. 22, Archer sold
approximately 5.0 grams of a
white powdery substance to a
confidential source for $100.
Total bond on the charges
was set at $800,000.
Also arrested was Kareem J.
Wanton, 29, Melrose on a.
charge of violation of
probation. Wanton was ordered
to serve 80 days for failing to
comply with an order to
complete drug/alcohol
counseling, according to
Deputy R. Watkins.
Participating in the search
were the Florida Department of
Law, -Enforcement Multi-
Agency Drug Task Force,
Bradford Sheriff assisted by the
Special Response Team and
members from the University
of Florida Police Department.


West Palm
man
arrested in
Lake Butler
A 21-year-old West Palm
Beach man was arrested March
24 in Lake Butler for vehicle
burglaries.
On March 23 between 9 p.m.
and midnight, four. vehicle
burglaries were committed in
Providence, according, to
Deputy Mac Johns. Two
handguns, $750 in cash, credit
cards and several other items of
value were stolen. Shortly after
midnight, a credit card stolen
from one of the burglaries was..,
used at a gas -station in
Ellisville. Video footage from
the station provided the
description of a vehicle and a'
person using the card, Deputy
Johns said.
Jon Emery Scott was located


and found in possession of
items stolen from the
burglaries. During questioning
he confessed to committing the
burglaries. The cash and a few
of the items were riot
recovered, Deputy Johns said.
Scott was charged with
possession of firearm by
convicted felon, burglary of
conveyance while armed and
grand theft, Deputy Johns said.


Scott is on probation on
similar 'charges in Palm Beach
County.

Brooker mah
arrested in
Lake Butler
A Brooker man was arrested
March 23 in Lake Butler after
fleeing Bradford deputies :
I A 1978 Buick, driven by a
man with a head covering on,
was travelling erratically at a
high rate of speed late
Thursday night, according to
Bradford Captain Michael
Burnette. When the Buick
refused to stop for an,
undercover officer, Union
County deputies were asked to
be on the lookout .for the
vehicle. .
The Buick was located in
Lake Butler at 11:11 p.m. and
ordered 'to stop by Deputy
Daniel Williams. The suspect,'
Carl Laumor Foster, got out qf
the vehicle and fled on foot
toward Dekle Cemetery. He
was captured when he was
stopped by a chain link fence.
.Sgt. Raymond, Shuford
responded and -transported
Foster to the jail for booking.
He was charged with driving
while license suspended and
resisting an officer without
violence, Deputy Williams
said.
Numerous .22 bullets were
found in the suspect's vehicle
during a search. The Buick was'
turned over to the owner
(Foster's girlfriend).
A wanted person check
revealed that Foster, 40, was
wanted by Bradford, Alachua
and Putnam counties for
violation 'of probation and
failure to appear.

Fake bills
found on
Union man
A 32-year-old Lake Butler
man was arrested March 24 for
having 'counterfeit bills in his
possession.
Chadwick Mark Hoilman's
Chevrolet pickup truck was
stopped by Sgt. Raymond.
SShuford for spedia j ?in
Worthington4 Springs. He-was
.given a-speeding citation and
arrested for driving while
license suspended.
During a search of the truck,
Sgt. Shuford and Deputy Mac
Johns found a cigarette package
which contained $1,240 in
counterfeit bank bills.
Hoilmah stated he received the
money from a Jacksonville
man. There was nothing in
the arrest report to indicate that
Hoilman had passed the fake
bills in the area.


Additional charges of dealing
in stolen property and
possession of'- firearm by a
convicted felon are' pending
further investigation. Deputy
Johns said.

.Bradford man
charged with
robbing
victim
A 45-year-old Bradford
'County man was arrested
March 26 for robbery.
Benny Morris is charged with
taking $153 from the victim
during a dispute over money
owed on a vehicle, according to
Deputy Aaron Black.' Morris
used force, hitting the victim
in the head with his fist. He
then ripped the victim's wallet
from his pants pocket and
removed the money, Deputy
Black said. The incident
occurred just before midnight
March 25.
Bond on the charge was set at
$30,000.

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: '
Amanda Coristin, 26, of
'Keystone Heights was arrested
March 22 by Clay Deputy R.
Hayes for aggravated battery
and leaving the scene. Coristin
is charged with striking the:
victim with a vehicle
following an argument. The
victimm '-apparently threw a
bottle at Coristin's vehicle, at
which time Coristin allegedly
turned her vehicle around and
struck the victim and left the
sqene, Deputy Hayes said. The
victim was transported by
Rescue with unknown injuries.


Micah R. Bowden, 19, of
Starke was arrested March 26
by Starke Patrolman J.W.
Hooper for grand theft auto
after he took a vehicle
belonging to the victim
without permission.
Tyson Glen Frisbee, 25, of
Middleburg was arrested March
26 by Bradford Deputy Joseph
Jones for possession of
cannabis. Frisbee was- seen
smoking marijuana at 'the
Lawtey. Mull Bog ,arid taken
..into custody, Deputy. Jones.
said.
Crystal Leanne Allen, 21, of
Glen St. Mary was arrested
March 26 by Bradford Sgt. Ray
White for disorderly
intoxication and resisting arrest
without violence. Allen started
a fight while in George's Bar
at 1:10 a.m. Once outside she,
became .very i loud and
belligerent, causing a scene,
Sgt. White said. She yelled,
cursed and resisted by
stomping on his foot and
trying to bite him, Sgt. White
said. A $2,000 surety bond
was posted for her release from
custody. .

Andrew Jackson Knight Jr..
18, of Brooker '"as arrested
March 24 by Brooker Marshal
Tommie Raulerson for
criminal mischief. Knight is
charged with breaking a
window in the victim's store.
Bond was set.at $2,500
Scott Edward Campbell, 27,
of Jacksonville ,was arrested
March 22 by Starke Sgt.
Richard Crews for burglar),.
theft and dealing in- stolen
property. Campbell is charged
with removing a cordless drill
from the victim's truck in
Starke and selling it for $5. A
box of screws was also'
removed from a shed and sold
to ,.another individual, Sgt.
Crews said. Bond was set at
$15,000.


George
Hammontree,
was arrested


Starke Sgt. Robert Melton for
felony petit theft. Hammonltree
is charged .with leaving Winn
!Dixie with two nine-inch color
TV/DVDs without paying for
them, Sgt. Melton said. Total
value of the items was.
$427.98. He was additionally
charged on a warrant from
Alachua for felony petit theft.
Total bond was set at $30,000.
Ike Shelley, 33, of Lawtey
'was arrested March ,22.-.by
Bradford Deputy Drew Moore
.,-for possession of cocaine and
Possession of drug..
paraphernalia. Shelley,. was
questioned when he was found
walking on S.R. 200B just
after midnight. He was charged
.on a warrant from Clay
'County for failure to appear
driving while license suspended
or revoked iDWLS). Drugs
were found' during the arrest,
Deputy Moore said. Total bond
was set at [25.002.
David King, 22, of Melrose
was arrested March 26 bN
Orange Park officers for-
trespass in structure
A 15-year-old Keystone
Heights student was charged
with battery March 22 after
striking the victim in the back
of the head. The defendant and
victim exchanged obscene
language and hand gestures
while theN were in grm class,
Deputy T. Strickland said. The.
\ victim walked a%\\J after class,
but the defendant caught up
w with, him and struck him..
Deput\ Strickland said. The
juvenile \%as gi~en a notice to
appear on the charge


John M. Brown, 53, of
Lawtey was arrested March 24
by Lawtey. Patrolman J.W.
Padgett for disorderly
intoxication. Brown smelled
strongly of an alcoholic
beverage when questioned in
the parking lot of Lawtey
Shell. He stated he had been
drinking and started yelling at
customers entering the store,
Patrolman Padgett said. He
was intoxicated to the point of
having to be assisted to stand
and walk, Patrolman Padgett
said. Bond was seat $1,000.
Tiffany Michelle Wexler, 26,
of Keystone Heights was
arrested March 24 by Clay
deputies for, retail theft. Wexler
is charged with concealing
merchandise valued at $28.50
on her person and leaving
Belk's at the Orange Park Mall
without paying for the items.
Wexler was also charged on a
warrant from Martin County
with failure to, appear DWLS.

Tanya Louise Green, 31, of
Lake City was arrested March
24 by Union Sgt. Raymond
Shuford on a warrant from
Alachua for grand theft and a
warrant from Union for forgery
and fraud. Bond was set at
$5,000.
Mary Wisneski, 44, of
Macclenny was arrested March
23 by Starke Patrolman Mark
Lowery for violation of
probation possession of
cocaine from Bakes County. A
$15,000 surety bond was
posted for her release from
custody.


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AfCRIME I


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:

Raymond Charles Hill, 21,
of Starke was arrested March
26 by Bradford Deputy Aaron
Black for failure to appear petit
theft from Union County. A
$2,500 surety bond was posted
for his release from custody.
Kimberly Conner, 32, of
Melrose ws arrested March 22
by Bradford Deputy Sheri
Mann for violation of
probation failure to appear
petit theft. Bond was set at
$4,000.
Ted Bernard Curtis III, 26, of
Lake Butler was arrested March
25 by Union Ipeputy Donnie
Jones on a warrant for theft of
motor vehicle parts. Bond was,
set at $5,000.
Christina Hall, 27, of
Keystone Heights' was arrested
March 23 by Clay deputies on
a warrant.
James Eric Blackwelder, 24,
of Worthington Springs was
arrested March 27 by Union
Deputy Robert Manning on a
warrant for failure to register
motor vehicle and DWLS.
Bond was set at $5,000.
Ulysses Brinkley, 48, of
Jacksonville was arrested
March 23 by Union Deputy
James Larson on warrant for
failure, to appear worthless
checks after his vehicle was
stopped at 11:30 p.mt. for
speeding. A $4,000 surety
bond was posted for his release
from custody.
Christopher Dewayne
Alexander, 33, of Lake Butler
was arrested March 22 ,by
Union Deputy Mindy Goodwin
for violation of felony
probation with no bond.
Karen Christoffers, 44, of
Keystone Heights was arrestedd
March 23 by Clay deputies on
a warrant for violation of
probation grand theft.
William Highland, 68, of
Lake Butler was arrested March
22 by Union Deputy Mac
Johns on a warrant for sexual
assault on child under 12 with
no bond.
Lori Ann Reid, 34, of
Brooker was arrested March 22
by Union Lt. H.M. Tomlinson
on a warrant from Union for
failure to appear. Reid was
picked up at the Bradford jail.
Tinisha May Jacobs, 20, of
Lake Butler was arrested March
21 by Lt. Tomlinson on a
warrant for failure to appear
and violation of felony
probation with no bond.
Jacobs was picked up at the
Pinellas County jail.
Nathan R. Humphrey, 23,
was arrested March 21 by Lt.
Tomlinson for violation of
felony probation with no bond.
Humphrey was picked up at
the Clay County jail.
Ethelyri Itina McNeil, 22, of
Starke was arrested March 26
by Patrolman. Hooper on a
warrant from Madison County


for failure to appear on a
traffic-related charge with no
bond.
Levern Chandler, 47 of
Starke was arrested March 22
after testing positive for
cocaine, by probation officers
for violation of probation
purchase controlled substance.
Ryann Howard, 23, of Starke.
ws .arrested March 21 by
Deputy Mann on a Clay
County warrant for failure to
appear possession of drug
paraphernalia. A $1,502 surety
bond was posted for her release
from custody.
Douglas A. Garrett, 42, was
charged as a fugitive .from
justice by Bradford Sgt. E.J.
Kiser. Garrett is wanted in
California for burglary,
forgery, robbery and
vandalism.
Traffic
Chris Lanier, 25, of Starke
was arrested March 22 by
Bradford Deputy Thomas Sapp
for driving under the influence
(DUI), fleeing attempting to
elude, DWLS knowingly and
refusing to sign the citation.
Lanier refused testing; Deputy
Sapp said. Bond was set at
$15,000 on the charges.
Jennifer Bryan, 22, of Lake
City was arrested March 23 by
Starke Patrolman Jason
Crosby for DWLS. A $500
surety bond was posted for her
release from custody.
Delton Raymel Hill, 20, of
Starke was arrested March 26
by Starke. Patrolman Danny
Brown for fleeing or
attempting to elude a law
enforcement officer and
possession of alcohol 'by a
minor. Patrolman Brown
activated lights and siren on
the patrol car, but Hill refused
to stop his vehicle, travelling
approximately 1/2-mile on Old
Lawtey Road. When
questioned, he had a strong
odor of an alcoholic beverage


and seemed to be under the,
influence, Patrolman Brown
said. Bond was set at $5,000.
Kyle Leonard, 20, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
March 22 by Clay deputies as
a habitual traffic offender.
Harlan Shaw, 44, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
March 22 by Clay deputies for
DWLS.
Robert Bullock, /51, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
March 26 by Clay deputies for
DWLS.
Richard Burks, 25, of Port
Richey was arrested March 22
by Bradford Deputy David
Thompson for failure to appear
DWLS. Bond was set at
$5,000.
John Burns, 32, of Starke,
was arrested March 24 by
Starke Officer C.S. Hadcock
for failure to appear DWLS.
Michael Gene Stoneman, 27,
of Starke was, arrested March
26 by Patrolman Hooper for
failure to appear DWLS from
Seminole County. A, $1,000
surety bond was posted for his
release from custody.
Lisa Greene, 37, of Starke
was arrested March 26 by
Bradford Deputy Josh Luke for
failure to appear violation of,
probation expired driver's
license. Bond was set at
$4,Q00.

Clay County
firefighters
battle blaze
A brushi fire consumed a,
plant nursery '.barn full of'
'plants and equipment as well
as a dump truck belonging to
Fred's Tree Service on
Saturday. The one-acre blaze
on Spring Lake .Road was
extinguished, by fire crews
from stations 10 and 23, and a.
tractor from. the Division of


Forestry. No injuries were'
reported during the March 25
blaze.
Residents are discouraged
from burning due to the gusty
winds and abundant fuels left
from. winter freezes. Outdoor
burning should not be
attempted until conditions for
doing so improve, according to
Captain Bermita Bush..
Residentss are also cautioned
that they maybe held liable for
damages caused, to other
properties if an outdoor burn
on their property escapes.

Child safety
seat
inspection
set for April
A child safety seat inspection
is scheduled for Wednesday,
April 12 at Super Wal-Mart on
U.S. 301 south of Starke.
Sponsored by the Starke
Police Department, Officer
David Bukowski and Bob
Clayton will be checking for
proper installation, seats that
meet reg.ilati6ns and seats that
are appropriate for the age
child using the seat,
Investigator Barry Warren
said.
From 10 a.m. until 2 p.m.
parents and children under 5:
and /or children small for their
age are invited ''to the
inspection.
Should your safety seat be
unacceptable, there will be
some safety seats available at a
reduced cost, Investigator
Warren said.
FHP
checkpoint
locations
for April
The Florida Highway Patrol
will be conducting driver
license and vehicle inspection
checkpoints during this month
in Bradford and Union


counties.

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

Bradford County
S.R. 230 east of Starke, C.R.
I 00A east of Starke, C.R. 231
in Brooker, C.R. 225 west of
Lawtey, C.R. .225 at C.R. 227,
C.R. 229 north of Starke,
Speedville Road, C.R. 221 in
Hampton, SW 75th Ave. west
of Starke, C.R. 18 at C.R. 221,
C.R. 18 in Hampton, C.R. 225
east of.Lawtey, C.R. 225 at,
C.R. 229, S.R. 16 west of
Starke, Market Road north of
Starke, C.R. 18 west of
Hampton, S.R. 227.


Lawtey sets
checkpoints
The, Lawtey Police
Department will be conducting
driver's license and vehicle
inspection checkpoints
throughout the month of April
2006 on Lake Street, just west
of the city limits and on
Madison Street (C.R. 225) at
*Grove Street.
Officers will concentrate
their enforcement actions on
vehicles being operated with
faulty or unsafe equipment,
such as defective lighting, bad
brakes, worn tires, unlawful
tint, etc.
Special attention will be
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.


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Old Western customs in

North Florida
(This is the first in a four-part series Several years later, in the 1930s,
on the history of Raiford.) tobacco became the cash crop and
If you like "shoot 'ejmupWesterns, flourished throughout North Florida,
- -you io-fflid--fiave enjoyed living in but the low, flat land of Raiford didn't
Raiford 75-80 years ago when many produce a quality product. Raiford
men wore six-shooters and used them farmers, along with farm families in
on occasion. Unfortunately, Raiford's the Lawtey area, turned to
history is filled with a number of strawberries, which became the cash
killings to settle disagreements crop that all farm families needed to
between acquaintances, but the good continue their chosen occupation.
news is the feuding families have. With strawberry growing, time is of
moved away or died out, and peace the essence, and, when' the berries
reigns throughout the community, ripen they must be picked,'packed and
According to legend, the Raiford shipped in a timely manner, or the
community wasn't setledon-the site it crop is lost. Berries moved by rail,
now occupies; the original settlement and some by strawberry trucks, with.
was in the area of Dowling Lake refrigerated bodies, driving the 1.008
(Swift Creek Pond), about six miles miles into New York City in 30 hours
north of its present location, and via two-lane roads. Each truck had
consisted of family farms. two drivers keeping the vehicle
When the railroad was built in moving, with one sleeping while the,,
1900-01, businessmen moved from other drove.
the remote area of Dowling Lake to In the early 1930s, the -cutting of
the railroad for convenience of pulpwood came to the pine woods of.
transportation. They chose the site North Florida, utilizing back-breaking
because the Raiford turpentine still, cross-cut saws and "straight-job"
along with company housing for trucks that were driven in the woods
laborers, wwas already there. H.W. to where the heavy blocks of wood
Raiford had established the naval were laying.
store's operation in 1885. Two men were required to load and
Raiford saw rapid growth during unload trucks, lifting blocks of
the next 25 years as the business unbelievable weight and driving to
community expanded with drug the railhead for shipment to the paper
stores, a bank, a Ford dealership, mills.
cotton gin, livery stable, several World War II intervened, providing
grocers, a doctor and other business local workers with jobs at Camp
and professional people. Blanding or military service, and
-In 1910, the itate of Florida began farming in the Raiford area was
buying cutover timber land for a curtailed. Following the .war, big
prison. Over a period of time, the state timber, companies moved in and
purchased some 18,000 acres, all of purchased' small farms and tracts of
which was in Bradford prior- to- the--.timber.-Holdings were consolidated
division of the county. After the 1921 and planted in hybrid pine trees that
division, Bradford County 'retained grew much faster than the original
about 12,000 acres and Union County virgin yellow pine timber. The
received the remaining 6,000 acres. Raiford-type land which extends into
Inmates began arriving in 1917 to southern Georgia, low, flat and wet,
begin clearing land and planting grows the slash pine better than any
crops. .__ other type of soil. Raiford had found
Tip'uritfl 1921, the year boll weevils its niche in' timber growing and
struck the cotton crop, farmers harvesting.
enjoyed a reliable cash crop that In a subsequent article, the shooting
.assured money to 'purchase those 'of Earl Brady Dyal by Raiford Mayor
commodities not produced on the Ben Andrews will be related.
farm and to pay taxes. Boll weevils By Buster Rahn,
destroyed the crop for Southern Telegraph Editorialist
growers and it has never returned to
the area.



Saturdaybarrel race to help

with infant's medical bills


BY LINDSEY KIRKLAND
Telegraph Staff Writer
After the loss of their first
child, one Starke couple was
excited to see everything going
well with their second
pregnancy.
Lamar and Jennifer Wynn
were in their 39th week of
pregnancy when their doctor
decided to induce labor in
October 2005.
Jennifer said, "Around 5, that
afternoon, everything, stated
going wrong." The process had
started at ..9 p.m'. the night
before.
Almost 24 hours of
epidurals, ,nerve blocks and
other medicines didn't result in
the birth of their son.
Blake, as the Wynns would
named him, was jammed on
Jennifer's pelvic bone,
resulting in an emergency
.Caesarean section.
Blake was born at 9:45 p.m.
weighing 7 pounds,, 4 ounces.
"Things, were fine for the
first 24 hours...," she said,
"then he started' throwing up
really bad."
Tubes were placed in the
newborn to drain fluids off the
lungs and provide food.
Blake eventually settled into
the world, and he was able to
go home.
At his first checkup,
however, his doctor discovered
he had a heart murmur. A
valve in his heart was
constantly open when it should
have closed and open when
needed,
Through more hospital


visits, Christmas time came,
and it seemed as if a new
medicine would help Blake,
but he turned ill once again.


Blake Wynn
"I knew before I saw the
doctor that the news was not
good," Jennifer said.
Three days after a doctor's
appointment, Blake, only 2 and
a half months old, was set for
surgery to fix the valve.
Blake's doctor seemed
positive about how quickly
they had reacted to the
problem and' the outlook was
good.
Jennifer said, "We were
thankful that the Lord spared
our child."
Again, things turned for the
worse. Another emergency
surgery followed at Shands.
"Finally, they let us go back
and see Blake," she said. "He
had tubes everywhere...It was


something a mother would
never want her 3-month-old to
go through."
Jennifer described another
instance, where Blake's blood
pressure dropped critically
low.
"All I could do was pray,
'Please, Lord, don't take this
child from me.'"
Hospital trips have
continued for the Wynn family
all. the way into March, but
Blake is now home from' the
hospital.
"They hope in the next six
months he will be clear of all
them (medicines)," Jennifer
said. "Blake now weighs 13
pounds and is progressing and
growing like a weed."
The Wynns said this
experience with their son's two
open heart surgeries has made
their respect for their son's life
and their marriage grow.
"Until you deal with this,
you do not know how much
you take for granted," Jennifer
said. "That's why all of the
love and support means so
much to us. We owe it all to
God!"
A benefit barrel race to help
the Wynn family with Blake's
medical expenses is set for this
Saturday, April 1, at' the
Bradford County Riding Club.
Exhibitions begin at 9 a.m.
and open at noon. A 50/50
drawing will be held.
A drawing for an 8-month-
old filly will be held. Tickets
are $5. A' silent auction will be
conducted on a stud horse.
Contact Christy Hoilman at
(352) 485-2939 for more
information.


prices are
driving
FMPA's costs
Dear Editor:
In the March 17 story,
"Unmetered usage blamed for
higher electric costs," city of
Starke Mayor Steve Futch was
quoted as saying that the
Florida Municipal Power
Agency is pouring excessive
funds into salaries and
buildings. The ayor further
implies- that by reducing those
expenses, FMPA could
decrease power costs for its
members.
I write to put some numbers
on that suggestion and
demonstrate that FMPA's
salaries and building costs are


Coach thanks
fans for
Support
Dear Editor:
t I would like to thank all of
,the fans who supported the
Fightin' Indian football team
this past season. The business
leaders and service
organizations not only
supported our team financially
but,also donated their time to
operate the concession stand.
I would like to thank the
following organizations for
operating the concession stand


4-H sets
record with
scholarship
auction
Dear Editor:
The Bradford County 4-H
Youth Development Program
would like to thank the
following businesses and
individuals who helped make
this year's 4-H Strawberry
Auction a success.
A record $7,200 was raised
this year by auctioning off over
42 flats of strawberries donated
, by local growers fqr the,
Annual 4-H 'Strawberry"
Scholarship Auction held four
nights' during the Bradford
County fair. Flats were
donated by Julia and Fred
Pendarvis, Buddy and Sandra
Norman, King's Country
*Produce and Wainwright Farms
and Produce.
All money raised from this
auction is used .to provide
continuing education
scholarships to graduating
seniors who have shown
outstanding involvement in 4-
H project work. The
scholarship can be used, to
attend either a junior college,
four year university, vocational
or trade.school.
A special thank you to Terry
Vaughan and James Croft for


Ski champ
takes to
Lake Geneva
waters.
It will be an action-packed
day on the waters of Lake
Geneva as world slalom record
holder and Keystone Heights
resident Kristi Overton
Johnson and In His Wakes, a
nonprofit water sports ministry
founded in 2003 by Overton
Johnson, brings "A Day to
Remember" to the shores of
Lake Genera on Saturday, April
1, and Monday, April 3, for


r the


increased power costs in the
city of Starke,
During fiscal year 2005,
FMPA's total, administrative
and general charges were two-
percent of the total all-
requirements, -costs. This
number includes all staff
salaries, all general operating
expenses and all building
expenses of the agency.
Therefore, eliminating staff
salaries and building costs
.would not reduce customer
bills as much as Mayor Futch
suggests.-
FMPA is just as concerned
with the cost of power as the
residents in our member cities.
We know it is not easy seeing
electric bills increase. What's
driving the recent cost increases
is the rising price of
fuel-particularly natural gas.


for the 2005 season: Keystone
Heights Fire 'Department,
Keystone Explorers', Keystone
Rotary Club and the Kiwanis
Club.
On Feb. 4, a banquet was
held to honor the 2005 players
for an outstanding season. The
banquet was a great success
largely due to our Super Chiefs
corporate sponsors.
I would like to thank the
Super Chiefs who were
sponsors of the-2005 pregame
meals and banquet. They are:
Capital City Bank, Douglas,
Douglas and Farnsworth CPA,


serving as the auctioneers
throughout the week.
Individuals and businesses that
helped make this auction a
success are:
Wes Moody
Widows by Lisa
American Dreams Realty
City Commissioner Larry Davis
County Commissioner Eddie Lewis
City Clerk Linda Johns
Lawrence Mosley
Smith & Smith Realty
(Jennifer Vaughan)
Attorney, Chrs Adame e
;^ ; Kim Padl ., '
County Commissioner
Doyle Thomas
Whitehead Brothers Trucking
Harland Bast
Elixson Wood Products
Billy Gaul
Malcolm Hill
Andrew Bryant
First Coast Florida Recovery,
Donnie Crawford
Blake Hamilton
Sporting Chance (Warren Carver)
Chuck Kramer of WEAG
Community State Bank
Terry Gaines
James Croft
Roberts Insurance (Scott Roberts)
Ed Mosley
Oscar Hoilman
Annette and Neal Jones
Laurie Compton


area youth.
On April 1, children from
the Florida Sheriff's Boys
Ranch of Live Oak, a nonprofit.
charitable organization to
prevent juvenile delinquency,
will join Overton Johnson and
other professional water skiers,
members of the Gator Land
Water Ski Club and Lake Area
Water Sports for a day of water
sports, activities.
On April 3, children from
Friendship Christian Academy
will be given "A Day to
Remember" as a reward' for
honor roll students.
Both events will begin at 9
a.m. and will include lunch,


I N SERVICE 1


Navy Chief Petty
Officer Blake M. Nelson,
whose wife, Wendy, is the
daughter of Barbara Perkins of
Melrose and James Perkins of
Atlantic Beach, recently was
promoted to his current rank
while serving with Sea Control
Squadron 22, Naval Air Station
Cecil Field, Jacksonville.
Nelson was promoted based
on sustained superior job
performance and proficiency in
his designated specialty.
Navy Seaman Recruit
Michael L. Daniels Jr.,
son of Joyce M. Mosley of
Yulee and Michael L. Daniels
of Keystone Heights, recently
completed U.S. Navy basic
training at Recruit Training
Command, Great Lakes, Ill.
During the eight-week
program, Daniels completed a
variety of training which
included classroom study and


practical instruction on naval
customs, first aid, firefighting,
water safety and survival, and
shipboard and aircraft safety.
An emphasis was also placed
on physical fitness.
The capstone event of boot
camp is "battle stations," an
exercise that gives recruits the
skills and confidence they need
to succeed in the fleet. "Battle
stations" is designed to
galvanize the basic warrior
attributes of sacrifice,
dedication, teamwork and
endurance in each recruit
through the practical
application of basic Navy
skills and the core values of
honor, courage and
commitment. Its distinctly
"Navy" flavor was designed to
take into account what it
means to be a sailor.


This is impacting every electric
utility in Florida. FMPA and
its members are working
together to investigate- all
reasonable options to stabilize
and reduce the impact of rising
fuel costs.
We welcome further
cooperation with the city to
create a plan to help mitigate
the effects of rising fuel costs.
I am planning to address the
city:commission at its April
18 meeting to discuss electric
rates. I believe there are many
optiofis available to Starke to.
reduce their customers' electric
bills-not the least of which is
the unmetered streetlight usage
identified in the original news
article.
Roger Fontes
General Manager and CEO
Florida Municipal
Power Agency


Helen Hersey Realty,
Hitchcock's, Johnny's Bar-B-
Que and Catering',"'Keystone
Building Center/True Value,
Keystone Title, Market Street
Mortgage, Roberts Insurance,
Taylor & Taylor and Tdwn and
Country Veterinary CliniC:
Once again, I would like to
thank everyone 'for an
enjoyable 2005 season. Our
underclassmen are working hard
to get ready for next season and
we hope to see Nou at one of
our home games in 2006.
Chuckl'Dickinson
Head Football Coach


.Steve Olrich
Kay and Richard Androlevich
Harold Waters
Garfield Cleaners
Cooter Bob
Williams Show Pigs
Jimmy Gaskins
Terry McGriff
Lloyd Webb
Roxanne Rosier
Police Chief Gordon Smith
Trinity Mortgage
James Balkcom
County Manager Jim Crawford
use Officials "
u C.ce Scon i
"innie Holland
Judy Becker
Valeria Hoffler
Nelson Green
Lila Sellars
Jones.Funeral Home
Thompson's Garage
Judge Sanders
Teal Tile
County Commissioner
John Cooper
Len Schlofman
Chub Johnson
Starling Family Dentistry
Mosley Tire
Capital City Bank
Denmark Furniture
Frank Durrance
A to Z Lawn Care
Bradford County Fair Assn.
Judy Butterfield
Starke


professional on-water
exhibition and an inspiring
awards ceremony where the
children are recognized for their
accomplishments through
goodie bags and gold medals.
The award ceremony will
also include an opportunity for
the participants to hear from
the athletes as they share their
experiences as professional
athletes and the struggles they
have encountered in life.
For more information about
this. event, ;visit
www.inhiswakes.com or
contact Melany Mullins, event
public s.t at
melanymullens@yahoo.com'or
call her at (540) 314-8087.


Support
group formed
for parents
An. open support group
formed for families who have
experienced the loss of a baby
through miscarriage, ectopic
pregnancy, stillbirth, newborn
death or termination due to
fetal abnormality or maternal
complications meets the first
Thursday of each month.
The group will meet again
from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. on
Thursday, April 6. The group
meets at Hospice of North
Central Florida in the North
Building Counseling Room,
4305 N.W. 90th Blvd.,
Gainesville.
To register or for more
information, contact Cheryl
Bailey at Hospice of North
Central Florida at (352) 692-
5107 or (800) 727-1889.


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Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Tharp II


Cone and Tharp are wed


Amanda Cone of Gainesville
and Robert L. Tharp II of
Umatilla were married Feb. 4,
2006, at Christian Life,
Fellowship Church of
Newberry.
The bride is the daughter. of
Derryl and Selina Cone of
Keystone Heights..
The groom is the son of&"
Robert and Dixie Tharp of
Umatilla. ,
The ceremony was performed
by Pastors.Terry Fulton and Ken
Pippin of Tarpon Springs.
Given in marriage by her
father, Derryl Cone, the bride
wor.e a white satin A-line gown
with an embroidered and,
embellished, bodice and a
chapel-length train. She wore an
arm bouquet of calla lilies and
roses with deep purple accent
flowers and berries.
Matron of honor was Ashley
Burrell and maid of honor was
April Cone, the bride's sister.
Bridesmaids were Stephanie
Brokas, Charle\ Campbell,
Leanne Harris and Lindsay'
Dotson.
The bride's attendants wore.
sage halter scarf gowns and
carried bouquets of calla lilies,
white roses, deep purple accent
flowers and berries.
Danielle Dede was flower
girl. She wore,a white princess
embellished gown and carried a


BIRTHS .


Jackson Falcon Carter
Jackson Carter
Stephen Carter and Annie
Stafford, of Olive Branch,
Miss., announce the birth of
their son, Jackson Falcon
Carter, on Jan. 19, 2006, in
Olive Branch.
Jackson weighed 8 pounds, 3
ounces and measured 21
inches in length.
Maternal grandmother is
Delores Stafford of Starke.
Paternal grandfather is
Ronald Carter of Horn Lake,
Miss.


white satin basket filled with
rose petals.
The groom wore a black
tuxedo with a white vest and:tie.
Best man was Trent Dotson
with groomsmen John Dotson,,
Greg Harman, Ron Martin, Greg
Simmons and Lucas Jewell.
The groom's attendants wore
black tie tuxedos with sage
vests.
Organist was. Susan Pippin
with soloists Martha Alford and
Dave Mayer from Keystone
Heights.
A candlelight dessert
reception followed ,the
ceremony.
Reception attendants were
Linda and Don Parker,
Christine and George Lee,
Deborah Williams and Elaine
Mustere.
The white three-tier fountain
wedding cake was decorated
with sage accents and calla lilies.
The bride is a payroll
specialist. with the Alachua
*County Sheriff's Department.
She, is a member of Christian
Life. Fellowship Church of
Newberry.
The groom is an ESE math
teacher. He is a member of
Orange Avenue Church of
Christ.
Following a honeymoon
cruise to the eastern Caribbean,
the couple lives in Gainesville.


Alpha Nu
offers
scholarship


The Alp.ha ,Nu Ch4pr;r,,9f
Delta Kappg., Gamma is
offering a $500' scholarship to
a Bradford or Union High
School female graduate. The
purpose of the scholarship is to
' -- encourage and enable college
ctnrlentsc ton obhtn' a degree in


the field of education.
Applicants.must be enrolled
full time at an accredited
college or university and near
completion of two years (four
semesters) undergraduate
college level courses.
A transcript and three letters'
of recommendation are required.
Applications may be picked
up at the Andrews Center,
SFCC in Starke. Deadline for
application is Friday, April 21.
For more information, call
(904) 966-6067 or (352) 468-
6884.


Brandy Dawn Cannon and
Robert Ray Roberts Jr.

Cannon and
Roberts to
wed May 20
Donald and Barbara Cannon
of Lawtey announce the
engagement and upcoming
marriage of their daughter,
Brandy Dawn Cannon, to
Robert Ray Roberts Jr., son of
Robert Roberts Sr. of Starke
and Ed and Madlin Roberts of
Lawtey.
The bride-elect graduated
from Bradford High School
(BHS) in 2005. She is
currently attending Santa Fe
Community College.
The groom-elect graduated
from BHS in 2001.
The wedding will take place ;
in Camp Blanding Chapel at 2.
p.m. on Saturday, May 20,
2006.
Family and friends are
invited.


LPN
applications
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
aid.

BHS '76
grads are
planning a
reunion
The Bradford High School
class of 1976 is planning its
30th reunion.
A planning meeting has been
scheduled for Tuesday, April
11, 7 p.m., at Western Steer
Steak House in Starke.
An e-mail address has been
established for anyone who
wants to correspond with the
group. It is bhsreunion
1976@yahoo.com or call (904)
964-8923 or (904) 964-7405.


Charlie Mosley and Mike Kitchens had a great day
fishing at Kingsley Lake March 12. Both bass,
weighing 13.2 and 11.5 pounds, were caught by
Mosley. Also, Kitchens caught an 11-pounder on
March 11.
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Rick Diggs Jr. and
Hannah LouAnn Crews


CrewS and


Diggs are
engaged
Mr. and Mrs. Randy Crews
of Macclenny -and Mr. and
Mrs. Rick Diggs of
Jacksonville announce the
engagement of their children,
Hannah LouAnn Crews and
Rick Diggs Jr.
The groom-elect is the
grandson of the late Robert
Thomas of Lake Butler. He is
the great-grandson of the late
Pearl Thomas of Lake Butler.
The wedding is planned for
Saturday, Sept. 9, 2006, at
Raiford Road Church in
Macclenny.


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A message from the Florida Department
of Agriculture and Consumer Services,
Division of Forestry, the University of
Florida/IFAS, and the USDA Forest Service.


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Court approved
parenting class &
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I OTUARIES


Dorothy Benson
STARKE Dorothy E.
Rosenthal Magnus Benson, 96,
died Friday, March 24, 2006,
following a brief illness.
Born in Melville, N.Y., on
Dec. 30, 1909, Mrs. Benson
moved from Windsor, N.Y., to
Starke in 1986. She had
previously been employed as a
clerk in a gift shop and was a
homemaker. She. attended
Harmony Independent Baptist
Church in Starke.
Mrs. Benson is survived by:
three sons, Robert Magnus of
Savannah, Ga., Richard Magnus
of Geneva, N.Y., and William
Magnus of Starke; a brother,
James Rosenthal of South
Deerfield, Mass.; a sister,
Katherine Elliott of Richford,
N.Y.; 11 grandchildren, several
great-grandchildren and several
great-great-grandchildren.
Memorial services for Mrs.
Benson were March 29, 2006, at
Harmony Independent Baptist
Church with the Rev. Joe Henkle
officiating. Archie Tanner
Funeral Home of Starke was in
charge of arrangements.

Kinley Callan
STARKE Kinley Jade Callan,
2, of Starke, died Tuesday, March
21, 2006, at Shands at the
University of Florida.
Born in Gainesville, Kinley
lived in Starke for her entire life
Kinley is survived by: her
mother, Kimberly Callan of
Starke; her father, Derrick Callan
of Starke; a sister, Autumn
Callan of Starke; her maternal
grandmother,. Edith Kent of
Starke; her paternal
grandmother, Diane Mapel of
Starke; and her great-
grandmother, Joyce Coleman of
Starke. She was preceded in death
by a sister, Amber Callan; her
paternal grandfather, Woodrow
Callan, and her paternal great-
grandfather, Kenneth Coleman.
Funeral -services for Kinley
were March 24, 2006, at Union
Primilive Baptist Church of
Starke with the Re,. Kemin
Crawford and the Rev. Rick
Bicknell officiating. Burial
followed 'in Crosby Lake
Cemetery under the care of Archie
Tanner Funeral Home' of Starke.

Mary Corbett
LAKE BUTLER Mary Ann
Corbett, 93, of Lake Butler died
Wednesday, March 28, 2006, at
North Florida Regional Medical
Center in Gainesville following
an e-fteded illness. .
Bo"m in StnhFord, Ky., Mrs.
Corbett lived in Cincinnati for
52 years and in Margate before
moving to Lake Butler three
years ago. She *was of the
Catholic faith.
Mrs. Corbett is survived by:
two sons, Joseph F. Corbett of
Lake Butler and William A.
Corbett of Mason, Ohio; and a
sister, Gertrude Cerkan of
Chicago. She was preceded in
death by her husband, Arthur W.
Corbett, and a daughter, Virginia
Brannon.

Betty Dukes
DUKES Betty June Raulerson
Dukes, 73, of Worthington
Springs, died Saturday, March
25, 2006, at St. Vincent's
Medical Center.
Born in Baker County, on
Aug. 19,19,32, to the late John
Ellis and Avis. Eva Alderman
McCormick, Mrs. Dukes lived in
Baker County all of her life
before moving to Union County
in 1994. She attended Little
Springs Primitive Baptist
Church and was a member of the
Baker County School Board for
16 years. She retired from
Independent Life. Insurance
Company.
Mrs. Dukes is survived by: her
husband of 11 years, J.R. Dukes;
three children, Deborah Gay of
Macclenny, Janice Raulerson of
Callahan and Dwyane Raulerson
of Glen St. Mary; a brother,
Albrey McCormick of
Sanderson; two sisters, Muriel.
Roberts of Lake City and Laverne
Altman of Glen St. Mary; six
grandchildren and 10 great-
grandchildren. She was preceded
in death by two children, Laveice.
Raulerson and Byron Raulerson.
Funeral services for Mrs.
Dukes were March 29, 2006, at
First Baptist of Glen St. Mary,
with Elders Roger Pinkston and
Albert Altman officiating.
Interment followed in North
Prong Cemetery under the care of
Fraser-Ferreira Funeral Services
of Macclenny.

Butler Foerman
LAKE BUTLER Butler
Foerman, 70, of Lake Butler, died
March 23, 2006, at Shands
Alachua General Hospital
following an extended illness..
Born in Homerville, Ga., Mr.
Foerman moved to Lake Butler


32 years ago. He served in the
U.S. Navy for 20 years and,
* following his retirement from
the service, was employed at the
Department of Corrections
.Reception and Medical Center for
16 years. He attended the Church
of God in Lake Butler and was a
member of Overthehill Indian
Nation and the VFW, Lake
Butler.
Mr. Foerman is survived by:
three daughters, Shelby Edwards
of Virginia Beach, Va., Sheila
Baker of Lake City and Melissa
Foerman of Lake Butler; three


brothers, Earl Foerman of
Jacksonville, Martin Foerman
and David Foerman, both of Lake
Butler; two sisters, Evelyn Burt
of Lake Butler and PatricianCates
of Ocala;, eight grandchildren and
four great-grandchildren. He was
preceded in death by his wife,
Ann Roberts Foerman, and his
"parents, William and NancN T.
Foerman.,
Funeral services for Mr.
Foerman.were March 25, 2006,
in the Chapel of Archer Funeral
Home of Lake Butler with the
Rev. Jeffery Williams
officiating. Burial followed in
Elzey Chapel Cemetery under the
care of Archer Funeral Home of
Lake Butler. /


Mathew Ford
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS -
Mathew Kevin 'Ford, 47, of
Keystone Heights died Monday,
March 27, 2006, at his residence
following a battle with cancer.
Born in Jacksonville, on Sept.
2, 1958, Mr. Ford moved to
Keystone Heights in 1984 from
Waycross, Ga. He was a licensed
real estate agent for Trevor'
Waters Realty and formerly was a
truck driver for Florida Rock.
Mr. Ford is survived by: his
wife of 23 years, Tina Ford; two
daughters, Kristina Ford and
Jessica Ford, both of Keystone
Heights; and his parents, J.R.
and Glenes Ford of Keystone,
Heights.
Funeral services for Mr. Ford
will be held on Monday, April 3,
2006, at 6 p.m., in Ke.tone
Community Church i nh family
and friends conducting the
services. Interment will be at a
later date under the care of Jones
Funeral Home of Ke)stonc
Heights.


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Deborah McDonald
MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. -
Deborah McDonald, 46, of
Myrtle Beach, S.C., died Friday,
March 24, 2006, at her residence
following a brief illness.
.Mrs,. McDonald is survived by:
her children, Ted Whitaker,
David McDonald, Sara.McDonald
and Chris Lethbridge, all of
Rutland, Vt.; her mother and
step-father, Betty and Larry
Glisson of Starke; her father and
step-mother, Ralph and Eloise
Ward of Ellerbe, N.C.; three
brothers. Jay Ward of
Jackson\ille. Johnnie Ward of
Southern Pines, N.C., and Roger
Ward of Starke; .two sisters,
Cindy Polk of Starke and Regina
Ward of Ellerbe; and four
grandchildren. She was preceded
in death by a brother, Charles
Glisson.

Wannis Palmer
LAKE BUTLER Wannis
Padgett Palmer,. 56, of Lake
Butler, died Saturday, March 25,
2006, at .Shands AGH following
an extended illness. ,
Born in Cedar Crossing, Ga.,
Mrs. Palmer lived most of :her
life in Tennessee and Georgia
She moved to Lake Butler 20
ears ago She was employed as a
housekeeper at Bradford Terrace
Care Center in Starke and was a
member of Victory Re\i\al
Center in Starke.
Mrs. Palmer is survived by: a
daughter. Victoria Townsend of
Raiford; t\o sons, Kenneth Dale
Palmer and John Culter,,both of
Bartow; a brother, Glen Nelson
of Georgia; a sister, Inez Nelson
of Georgia; and three
grandchildren.
Memorial services for NlMr
Palmer %Aill be held on Thursdam..
March 30, 2006, at 2 p.m., in.
the Chapel of Archer Funeral
Home of Lake Butler. Burial will
be at a later date.


eard ThanksJI

Words can never express the love
and compassion given to my
children and me during the
sickness and loss of Robin Earl
Croft, a brother and son.
Thanks for all the prayers, visits,
calls, cards, gifts, flowers,food and
labor.
May God bless each and every one
of you.
Love,
Ivalene Crott and children.



Thanks to all,
The Haskins family wishes to thank
neighbors andfriends for their kind
expressions of sympathy at the loss
of Leonard and Jimmy Haskins.
We appreciate the food, telephone
calls, cards, visits and your caring
words.
Thanks to Pastor Mike Merritt of
Fresh Start Fellowship for a very
special memorial service on
Saturday, March 18.:
Many thanks to the Keystone
Hei tus .Ia tee members and their
I/ailrd : for the meals they
prepareJd or ithe/ hiiil) following
lle r mortllals 5cr'ce. Ii hat a
superbjob, it was aow. e and
beyond our expectations.
We understand why the Haskins
brothers enjoyed being a part of
this group.
The.tellow'ship and caring that was
expressed throughout this time was
very genuine. Thanks to all.
The Haskins family.
Graveside services for Leonard
. "Bubba" M. Haskins Jr. and James
"Jimmy" L. Haskins will be held at
11 am dt E\ergreen Cemetery in
Jacksonville. Arrangements are
under the care of Jones Funeral
Home of Keystone Heights.


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8 rosettes are awarded in fair's home division


Eight participants in the
home division at the Bradford
County Fair earned. best-
overall rosettes in four
different categories.
Chemene Smith and Genelle
Starling earned rosettes in the
senior division in crochet.
Smith made a large afghan and
Starling a baby-afghan.
Beth Vinson earned the
rosette in the senior division of
the garment category with her
girl's dress. Anne Cook's suit
earned the junior division
rosette.
Vinson's daughter, Megan,
earned the rosette in the junior
division of the baked foods
category with a layer cake.
Lika Scott's banana bread
earned the senior division
rosette.
In the canned foods
category, Kristin Sutton earned'
a rosette for cucumbers in the
sefiior division, while her son,
John Sutton, earned the rosette
in the junior division for
squash.
Ribbons
Canned foods (adult)- Rita
Br nham, pickles, blue; Janet
Fl'the, jam, blue, tomato jam,
re i, sauce, (blue;: Gertrude
Gi4ffis, peas, red,, pickles, blue,
pe pers, red, preserves, blue;
Jessie Kimbra, jelly, blue;
Genelle Starling, greens, red,
rutabaga, white, citrus
preserves, .red, strawberry
preserves, blue, turnips, white;
Ehlrline Tenly, preserves, red;
Bonnie Tillman, fig jam, red;
Ktistin Sutton, beans, blue,
corn, blue, peas, white,
peaches, white, pickles, blue,
peppers, blue, pickles, white,
relish, blue, vegetable relish,
blie, peach jelly, red,
strawberry jelly, red, okra,
blue.
Canned foods (youth): John
Sutton, squash, blue, plums,
blte, pickles, red; Jennifer
Sutton, berries, blue, pears,
blue, sauce, blue; Lillian
Sutton, jam, blue, jelly, blue;.
Bethany Jones, cake in jar, red.
Baked foods (adult): Chris
Ballance, bread, red; Jeff
Brosche, brownies, red; Vivian
Chappell, layer cake, red, fruit
cake, blue; Michael Deyot,
cookies, blue; Connie Erdman,-
bread, blue, cake, blue, fudge,
blue. candy.- blue- Janet FIl the.
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=-: cake, white; Landa Meng, pie,
1.5.,. blue; Ann Milner, brownies,
r J blue;. Vivian Mercer, brownies,
blue; Kitty Powell, cookies,
blue; Lisa Scott, bread, blue;
Pat Pursley, brownies, blue;
Betty Yates, brownies, blue;
N Kristin Sutton, cake, red, pie,
white.
'.." Baked foods (youth): David
-."Z ':. Erdman, cookies, blue; Leann
: Erdman, cookies, blue; Kaitlin
----S Griffis, cake, blue; Kristin
. Griffis, pi'e, blue; Dejah
^- Patterson, cake, red;; Jennifer
Sutton, cupcakes, blue; Lillian
Sutton,, cake, red; Megan
Vinson, cake, blue.
Garments (adult): Janet
Flythe, dress, blue, jacket, red,
hat, blue; Beth Vinson, jacket,
blue, dress, blue, shorts, blue;
Gertrude Griffis, recycled
skirt, blue.
Garments (youth): Anne
Cook, jacket, blue, shirt, blue,
sleepwear, blue, casual dress,
blue,.dress, blue, blouse, blue,
vest, blue,, dress blue, jumper,
blue, suit, blue, skirt, blue,
shorts, blue.
Crochet (adult): Genelle
;ott Starling, baby afghan, blue,
a mittens, blue, mat, blue; Rita
Branham, large afghan, blue;
for Carol ..Dukes, large afghan,
iana blue; Chemene Smith, large
afghan, blue, small afghan,
blue, robe, blue; Anita
Romero, sweater, blue,
pillows, blue; Bonnie Tillman,
large afghan, blue, infant set,
blue, cape, blue; Jerry Hooten,
large afghan, blue, poncho,
red, cape, blue; Gertiude
Griffis, small afghan, blue.
Quilts (adult): Delia Cole,
quilt (machine made), blue;
Rita Branham, quilt, red.
Quilts (youth): Anne Cook,
quilt, red, dollie, red;
Nehemiah Cook, belt, blue.
General needlework (adult):
Rita Branham, travel case, red.
General needlework (youth):
Leann Erdman,'piflow, blue;
Megan Vinson, pocketbook,
blue; Abby Jones, gift bag,
blue, used bag holder, blue,
vest, ,red, pocketbook, blue,
change purse, blue; Bethaly
Jones, vest, blue, pocketbook,
blue,- change purse, blue,
towels, frue, gift bag, blue,
used bag holder, blue.


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Top steers at fair belong to Whitehead twins


The grand champion and
reserve grand champion steers
at the Bradford County Fair,
belonged to twins Clay and
Taylor Whitehead,
respectively.
Clay's grand champ
weighed in at 1,291 pounds. It
sold for $4.50 per pound to
Capital City Bank, George
Roberts Insurance, Mosley
Tire and Teal Tile & Carpet.:
He also had the grand
champion steer at the 2005
Bradford-Union Cattlemen's
Association Steer Show.
Taylor's reserve grand
champion steer weighed 1,242
pounds and brought in $3.86
per pound from buyer
Hillandale Farms;.
" There were 68 steers entered,
in the sale (23 Bradford; 45
Union),. fetching an average
price of $2.57 per pound with.
an average weight of 1,206
pounds. The average price per.
steer was $2.79 per pound
(without add-ons).


Altogether, buyers spent
$210,760.56. With add-ons,
this increased to $228,130.56.
The remaining 'exhibitors,
weight of animal, price per
pound and buyers) were as
follows:
Carissa Driggers, 1,060
pounds, $2.25, Shadd
Trucking; Taylor Crawford,
1,140 pounds, $2, Anderson
Columbia Construction;
Connie Driggers, 1,168
pounds, $2.50, Roberts Land
& Timber and Pritchett
Trucking; Grace Perez, 1,188
pounds, $2.25, Pritchett
Trucking and Mercantile Bank
of Macclenny; Justin
Durrance, 1,227 pounds,
$2.50, Capital City Bank,
Starling Family Dentistry,
George Roberts Insurance and
Mosley Tire;
Kayla Conner, 1,293
pounds, $2, Starling Family
Dentistry and Roberts Land &
Timber; Chason Andrews,
1,350 pounds, $2.50, M & S


Hillandale Farms, represented by Jack Hazen
(right) and family, bought the reserve
champion steer shown by Taylor Whitehead.
The steer weighed in at 1,242 pounds and
sold for $3.86 per pound.


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Fertilizer; AceaBrown, 1,039
pounds, $2, Mid-Fla Hauling;
Cailey Thomas, 1,115 pounds,
$2.50, Mid-Fla Hauling;
Randa Conner, 1,142 pounds,
$2.25, Winn-Dixie;
Parker Andrews, 1,180
pounds, $2.50, Community
State Bank of Lake Butler;
Kendyl Willis, 1,21,0 pounds,.
$3.25, -R & E Concrete and
APAC; Abigail Crawford,
1,238 pounds, $3, Hendricks
Turf; John Paladino, 1,266
pounds, $2.75, Lynn's
Construction. John Dukes,
Granny's and Noah's Ark Day
Care; Megan Howard, 1,301
pounds, $3.50, Ho-Bo Tractor
and PVS;
Fila Perez, 1,339 .ounds,
$2.75, PVS; Hayden Brown,
1,084 pounds, $2.25,
Hillandale; William Estes,
1,139 pounds, $2.50, Dr. Len
Schlofman and Dr. Pete
Gianis; Thomas Webb, 1,1,48
pounds, $2.25, Ho-Bo Tractor;
Haley Anders, 1,171 pounds,
$2.75, Lynn's Construction,
John Dukes, Florida First
Coast Reco'erv, Dr. Len
Schlofman and PVS;
Lloyd Webb ,.III, 1,227
pounds, $2 25. Publix; John
Andrew Sapp. 1,235 'pounds,
$3, Quality Plumbing; Brad
Dicks, 1,267 pounds. $3:,
Hendricks Turf and Liberty
Trucking; Justin Mundorff,
1.300 pounds. $2.50, Anderson
Columbia Constructioen;
Jessica Parrish, 1,339 pounds,
$2.75, Hamilton Site Prep
Services; !
Lacy Alvarez, 1,089 pounds,
$2.75. Gordon Smith. Homes
of Merit of Lake City, Lynn's
Construction,-Madison Street
Pharmacy and Archie Tanner
Funeral Home; Lacey Webb.
1,106 pounds, $2.25, Publix;
Jordan Addison, 1,199 pounds,'
$3.50, Southern States; Justin
Higginbotham, 1,223 pounds,
$2.25, R & E Contracting and
APAC; Gabby Perez, 1,234
pounds, $2.50, Elixson's
Lumber;
Caleb Williams, 1,271
pounds, $2,_ Ellington
Construction; Ashton Howard,
1,310 pounds, $3.25, Ho-Bo
Tractor, Howard Farms; Lake
Butler Sr FFA, 1,350 pounds,
$2.50, Elixson Lumber; Shelby
Addison, 1,122 pounds, $3.25,
, North; Florida. Livestock,,
Mar ket and Qsceola Land
Timber; Ethan Box, 1,204
pounds, $2.25, Liberty
Trucking;
Heith Box, 1,231 pounds,


$2, Vision. Realty and Ho-Bo
Tractor; Morgan Dukes, 1,297
pounds, $2.50, Lake Butler
Town Homes; John Nicula,
1,326 pounds, $2.50, Starling
Family Dentistry, Liberty
Trucking, Pipeline
Construction and Malcolm
Hill; Lake Butler Middle
School Jr. FFA, 1,240 pounds,
$2.50, Clyatt'Well Drilling;
Taylor Nettles, 1,246 pounds,
$2, PVS and Clyatt Well
Drilling;
Tara Sapp, 949 pounds,'
$2.75, Quality plumbing; Ryan
Perez, lrIl3 pounds, $2.50,
Roberts Land & Timber and
Shadd Trucking; Leah
McDowell, 1,155 pounds, $2,
.Roberts Land & Timber,
Westside Feed and Interstate
Supply; Kaleb Clyatt, 1,172
pounds, $2.50, Union LaSteel,
Bruce and Kelly Dukes, and


Parker tops horticulture division


Jessica Parker eamed.best in
show in the horticulture
division at the Bradford
County Fair with her staghorn.
fern.
In. all, four best in class
awards were handed out to this
year's field.

Ribbons
Non-flower house plants,
dieffenbachia, dumb cane
(youth): 4-H Club, blue ribbon.
best of class.
Non-flowering house plant,
schefflera (adult): Janet Flythe,
White; Edna Norton, two red;
Myrtle Jones, blue.-
Miscellaneous (adult): Janet
Flythe, devil's back bone,
blue; Lane Tenley, spider
plant, red and rosemary, blue;
John Steyer, two pine trees,
two white, fir.tree, red.
Miscellaneous (youth):
Bradford 4-H Club, peace lily,
red. '
..F low ring plants,
Saintpaulia, African violets
(adult): Nancy Benckowsky,
African violet, blue and best in


class.
Flowering plants, tuberous
begonia (adult): Janet Flythe,
begonia (pink), red; John
Steyer, wax begonia, blue. '
Flowering plants, impatiens
(adult): John Steyer, impatiens,
white.
Flowering plants, lily
(adult): John Styler, two
Asiatic tiger lilies, two blue,
day lily,'blue.
Flowering, annuals (adult):
John Steyer, .two white
daffodils, blue, white, yellow
daffodils, blue, two amaryllis,
two red, Dutch Iris, blue; Edna
Norton, poinsettia, white.
Flowering plants, annuals
(youth): Le.ann Erdman,
marigold, white.,
Flowerin-g plants,.
miscAllAneous (adult): John
Steyer, pansies, purple/white,
red; pansies, yellow, blue;
pansies, maroon, red; two
amaryllis, two blue; two Dutch
iris, two blue; paperwhite, red.
C,actus, bromeliad (adult):
Barbara Searcy, bromeliad,
red.


Cactus, Christmas cactus
(adult): Myrtle Jones, cactus
HB, white.
Cactus, kalanchoe (adult):
John Steyer, three kalanchoes,
blue, red. white.
Cactus, euphobia, crown of
thorns (youth): Kaitlin Norton,
crown of thorns, red.
Cactus, miscellaneous
succulents (adult): John Steyer,
century, plant, blue, two
crasstena, red, white; two
succulents, red, blue; Kaitlin
Griffis, succulent, white; Edna
Norton, succulent, blue, best in
class.
Cactus, barrel .,and ball
(adult):. Edna-Norton, double
cup, blue; John Steyer, barrel
and ball,'red.
Cactus, barrel and ball
'(youth): Kaitlyn Norton, two
flower cup; two red.
Hanging baskets,
miscellaneous (adult): John
Steyer, cacti and succulents,
blue, best in class; pansies, red.
Hanging baskets,
miscellaneous (youth): Kaitlyn
Norton, inpatiens, red.


Polypodium, staghorn fern
(youth): Jessica Parker,
staghorn, blue, best of class,
best of show.
Polypodium, hanging basket
fern (youth): Parker Cody,
staghorn fern, blue.


Concept Construction;, Ryan
Crawford, 1,228 pounds,
$2.25, Community State bank
of Starke;
Ronnie Williams, 1,249
pounds, $2.25, Circle H
Ranch; Aaron Dukes, 1,257
pounds, $2.50, Pritchett.
Trucking; Linsey Clark, 1,292
pounds, $2, Columbia
Livestock Market; Julie
Detlefsen,. 1,350 pounds, $2,
Harvest Christian Fellowship;
Mason Dukes, 1,077 pounds,
$2.75, PVS, Roberts Land &
Timber, Bill Elixson and
Bryan Crawford;
Ashley Waters, .,1,121
pounds, $2.50, A & W
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NewiTan; Austen Roberts,


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Trucking, Mercantile bank ofv-.
Macclenny' and Shadd,;,
Trucking; Timothy Thornton.
1,197 pounds, $2, Publix;,-
Ashley Parrish, 1,205 pounds,
$2.25, Ho-Bo Tractor, Howard 'r;-:
Farms and Vision Realty; -:
Jennifer Detlefsen, .1,260--'
pounds, $2.50, Western Steer:
Steakhouse and Hillandale;
Kristin Hodgson, 1,295
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Dukes and Union LaSteel;
-Austin Dukes, 1,347 pounds-;
$2.75, Vision Realty; Allyne
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Bradford County 4-H member Dylan Gault gathers with his pig's buyers:
(l-r) W.E. Gault, Tommy Balkcom, John Crawford of Framing Unlimited,
Joe Reichert of Florida Pest Control, Sylvia Reddish, Billy Gault and
Starke City Commissioner Larry Davis. Dylan sold his pig, which was the
reserve and home grown reserve grand champion, for $19.50 per pound.


SWINE
Continued from p. 11B

Second place in senior
showmanship went to Jordan
Williams, while Sweat earned
third place. Spires IGA
sponsored the second-place
trophy, and the $50 cash prize
for second place ,was awarded
by Tommy Spires.
Williams Show Pigs
sponsored the third-place-
trophy, with the $25 cash prize
for third being awarded by
Mike Williams. '
Julie Nettles was first in
intermediate -(11-13).
showmanship. Her prizes
included a trophy (sponsored.
by Community State Bank),
$100 cash prize (Shands
Howard) and belt buckle
(Florida Credit Union).
Second place went to Jenna
Fulgham. She received 'a
trophy (Bowen Pest Control)
and a$5( casifpHIft :(Robr'tl
Bowen).
Macy Winkler earned third
place, receiving a trophy (Gold
Key) and a $25 cash prize
(John Smith)i.
First place in junior (8-10)
showmanship went to Arrielle
Wilson. She received a trophy
(Mosley Tire), $100 cash prize
(Lawrerice Mosley) and belt
buckle (Gator II Farm Supply).
Lainie Rodgers earned
second place and received, a
trophy (Sheffield Pest Control)
and $50 cash prize (Frank
Sheffield).
Third place went to David


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-Nettles, 1,128 pounds, $2.50,
Badcock Furniture of Starke
and Lake Butler; Channing
Dobbs, 1,156 pounds, $2.50,
Pipeline Construction;
Dillan Clyatt, 1,217 pounds,
$3, PVS;-Mallory Teststone,
1,255 pounds, $2.50, Union
LaSteel and Midway
Equipment; Alex Gonzales,
1,002 pounds, $2.25, Vision
Realty and Hamilton Site Prep
Services; Kash Clemons, 1,155
pounds, $3.50, Winn-Dixie,
Clemons Farms, Pritchett
Trucking and Anderson
Columbia; Tyler Hannah,
1,205 pounds, $2.50, Mosley
Tire and Starling Family
Dentistry; Morgan Raulerson,
1,163 pounds, $2.50, George
Roberts Insurance,. Badcock
Furniture, R & E Contracting,
Clyatt Well Drilling, Ellington
Construction and Coxwell
Construction.
In the 251h atinual Bradford-
Union Beef Breed Sale and
Show, the average animal
weight was 840 pounds,
selling for an average of
$1,262.50. Total sales were
$7,575.

Awards are given
at steer show
Awards given at the 2006
steer show included weight
gain, record book, home grown
contest and breeder, herdsman,
citizenship, showmanship and
overall performance.
In the weight gain contest,
Justih Munidorff was the top
winner ($100, Gator II Farm
Supply-Ken Muller). Second
place went to John Nicula
($75, Rocking A Farms-Roy
and Robyn Adkins), and third
went to Aaron Dukes ($50,
.Old Glory Feed Store-Harry
Cooney).
The 4-H record book contest
first prize ($50, Crawford's
Custom Meats) went to
Abigail Crawford in the senior
class. Second went to Ryan
Crawford ($30, Crawford's
Custom Meats). In the junior
class,- Taylor and. Clay
Whitehead took first ($50,
Crawford's Custom Meats)
and second place ($30,.
Crawford's Custom Meats),
respectively.
John Nicula alsb :won first.
S-place'($50, Gold Key Feed) ihn
the senior class FFA record
book contest, with second
prize ($30r Lake ButTer
Badcock Furniture-Darren
Summers) going to Jessica
Parrish.
Taylor Nettles topped the
junior class FFA record book
contest ($50, Bielling's Tire-
Carton Bielling), and Tara
Sapp won $30 (Bielling's Tire-
Carlton Bielling) for second
place.
For the home grown contest,
Clay Whitehead again came
out on top and won $300 and a
trophy, which was sponsored
by Shands Starke Hospital and
Union County Sheriff Jerry
Whitehead. Taylor Whitehead
placed second ($150 and
trophy, Quality Plumbing and
Dolph Reddish).
The home grown breeder
award went to Lawrence


Mosley (trophy, Interstate
Supply), with Robert,
Whitehead placing second
(trophy, Interstate Supply).
Clay -Whitehead won the-
overall performance award
sponsored by the Zedra
Hamilton family.
Herdsman awards were
given to 10 exhibitors as
follows:
1st place-Abigail Crawford
($175, Western Steer
Steakhouse). 2nd place-Clay
Whitehead ($150, Southland
Survey & Mapping), 13. place-.
Lloyd Webb III ($125,
American Paper & Chemical),
4th place-Ryan Crawford
'($100, Whitehead Farms), 5th
place-Taylor Whitehead
(certificate, B-U Cattlemen's
Association), 6,1h place-Julie
Detlefsen (certificate, B-U
Cattlemen's Association), 7th
place Taylor 'Crawford
,(certificate, B-U Cattlemen's
Association), 8th place-Mallory
Tetstone (certificate, B-U
Cattlemen's Association), 9th
place-Alex' Gonzales
(certificate. B-U Cattlemen's
Association) and 101h place
Cailey Thomas (certificate, B-
U Cattlemen's Association).
The citizenship award was.
given to Lloyd 'Webb III
(Waters family).
Showmanship awards were
given in' three: categories:
juniors (age -8-12),
intermediates (ages 13-15) and,
seniors (ages 16 and upi).
First place junior
showmanship went to Randa.
Conner ($300, Farm Credit
Service). Erika Crawford was
second ($200. Malcolm Hill),
Clay Whitehead ,was. third,
($150, %Wa) ne Parrish), Taylor
Wilkins was fourth ($100,
New River Ranch-Eddie and
Marie Oden) and fifth place
was Taylor Crawford ($75,
New River Ranch-Eddie and
Marie Oden).
Intermediate awards were
given as follows for
showmanship:
1st, place-Amber Waters
($300, Curtis Addison), 2-nd
place-Ryan Crawford ($200,
W.D. Andrews), 3"Y place-
Dyllan Bradley ($150; Donnie
and Denise Crawford), 4th
. place-Ashley Parrish ($100,
Beck Chrysler Jeep & Dodge)
and 5th place-Lacey Webb
($75, Beck). .
, Senior awards were given as,
follows:
'. 1st place-Ashley -Waters


($300, Paul Waters), 2nd place-
Jenny Saxon ($200, W.D,
Andrews), 3rd place-Jessica
Parrish ($150, Muse Show
Cattle), 4th place-Parker
Andrews ($100, Beck) and 5ih
place-Megan Howard ($75;
Beck).

Breed show
awards, sale...
Exhibitors who participated-
in the breed sale, weight of
animals, sale price and buyers,
were as follows:
Erika Crawford, 776 pounds-,
$1,200, American Dream
Realty; Taylor Wilkins, 832:
pounds, $1,500, A.B. Adams;
Jenny Saxon, 871 pounds,
$1,300, Ron, Denmark; -
Kayleigh Moody. 769 pounds,-
$1,025, Pritchett Trucking;-
Casey Griffis, 951 pounds,.
$.1,400, Robert Whitehead; and
Ashley Crawford. 842 pounds,
$1,150, Bryan Hendricks.
Not all participants in the-
breed show chose to. sell their:
animals.
The breed show first -place:
award ($50, New River Ranch)
for 4-H record 'book in 'the-
senior division went to Abigail'
Crawford, and 'Lloyd Webb
earned second place ($30,
Malcolm Hill). The junior
division first place ($50, Eric
Crawford) went to Erik-
Crawford. Second prize ($30,
Jamie Whitehead) was given to
Kendall Morgan.
FFA record book contest-:
awards in the senior class 1st..:
place-Cailey Thomas ($50,-
Frances McKinney) and 2nd'
place-Ashley Waters ($30,
Randy Conner). The only
junior class award went to
Ka leigh Moody ($50,
Malcolm Hill).
The herdsman awards went
to the following .five
exhibitors:
1st place-Clay Whitehead
($100, Kiwanis Club of
Starke), 2nd place-Abigail
Crawford ($75, Kiwanis Club,
of Starke), 3"d place-Makayla
...Webb ($50, Clyatt Well
Drilling), 4th place-Lloyd
Webb III (certificate, B-U
Cattlemen's Association) and
5h" place-Erika Crawford
(certificate, B-U Cattlemen's
,Association).

The overall performancee
award sponsored by the Zedra'
Hamilton Family went to,
Abigail Crawford.


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It confirms our first
impression made 40
years ago that Starke .
is a wonderful place
to live and the.
friendships made so -
fulfilling. ''
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you, my dear friends.
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Two "Tylers" captured the
overall awards in the Bradford
County 4-H division at the
Bradford County Fair.
Tyler Payne received the
award in the junior division----
He earned best in class in
photography and also best in
class in animal projects.
Tyler Wood was the senior
winner. Like Payne,. Wood
also received best in class in
*photography.

Ribbons
Animals (junior): Hannah
Payne, poultry poster, blue;
Tyler Payne, poultry poster,
blue and best in class.
Ag-related products (junior):
Tara Holtzendorf, Mexican
heather, participation, potato
plant, participation.
Citizenship/leadership
(senior): Amy LaFollette,
campaign poster, blue and best
in class, 'campaign pins, blue
and exhibit of merit.
Creative arts (senior): Amy
LaFollette, military--pillow,
blue; Kaylee Androlevich,
mini album, blue, clover pin,
red, eggshell box, blue and
exhibit of merit; Kristin
Griffis, eggshell box, red,
holiday pin, red, pocket pencil
holder, red, clover pin, red,
:bookmark, red.
Creative- arts (junior):
Preston Strickland, tin punch,
blue; Hannah. Williams,
nutrition bracelet, blue,
origami ball, blue, dog collage,
red, denim bookmark, red,,
birthstone clover pin, red, heart
pin, red, gingerbread pin, red;
Abby Williams, origami ball,
red, nutrition bracelet, red, 4-H
picture, red, clover birthstone
pin, red, heart ribbon pin, red,


BC kids can
sign up now
for summer
softball
Registration is currently
under way for the Starke
Recreation Department's
summer softball program,
which is open to children ages .
4-12.
Those interested have until
Friday, May 12, to register for
one of three leagues: T-ball
(ages 4-5), small fry (6-8) and
junior (9-12). The age
determining date is June 6,
2006.
The season begins Monday,
June 5, but there will be
several clinics held before then
at the Edwards Road Complex.
Two small fry clinics will be
held Tuesday-Wednesday,
May 16-17, 3-3:45 p.m. and
two junior clinics will be held
those same days from 3,:45
p.m. until 4:30 p.m.
T-ball clinics will be held
'Tuesday-Wednesday, May 23-
24, 3-3:30 p.m. for 4-year-olds
and 3:30-4 p.m. for 5-year-
olds.
Teams are assigned on the
last day of the players' clinics.
Cost of the participation is
$30, with players receiving a
T-shirt, cap and trophy.
For more information,
please call the recreation
department at (904) 964-6792.


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


specialevents@atlantic.net. An
application can be downloaded
at Main Street's Web site:
www.northfloridachamber.com
/mainstreet.


Nood earn top awards i4-vion


gingerbread pin, red, denim
bookmark, red; Tyniber
Tatum, candle, blue, wood
box, blue, painted horse
picture, blue and best in class,
-paied_seascape picture, blue,


wood shelf, blue, rag dolls,
blue, bracelet, blue, jean
magnets, blue, jean
bookmarks, blue, painted letter
T, blue, scrapbook, blue, candy
dih, blue, picture frame, blue;


Kaitlin Griffis, eggshell box,
blue, holiday pin, blue, denim
pencil holder, blue; Kali
Hendon, denim bookmark, red,
small pocket magnetic note
box, red, large pocket


magnetic note box, red,
scrapbook, red, teddy bear
book, red, flowered teddy bear
book-, red, paper bag,
scrapbook, blue, scrapbook
clipboard, blue, country bag


book, red, Christmas tag book,
red, glass jar candle, red,
scented candle in tin, red,
Father's Day card, red, Disne.
See 4-H, p. 5C


Feat ure and Sport

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Nikki Schoner and her Netherland dwarf buck
earned the grand champion trophy.



3 earn rosettes

in arts and crafts


Carol James, Richard Smith
and Kristin Griffis each earned
a best-overall rosette in the arts
and crafts exhibition at the
Bradford County Fair..
James earned a rosette in the
senior division, for her
strawberry bucket, while Smith
also earned a rosette in the
senior division with his
wooden mallard duck.
Griffis' message in a bottle
earned a rosette in the junior
division.

Ribbons
Oil painting (adult): Wilma
King, seascape, blue.
Acrylic painting (adult):
--Michael Gaines, stimped-rug,-
red; Carol- Jafies, welcome
lighthouse, red.
Acrylic painting (youth):
Kristin Griffis, painted picture
sunflower, blue; Abby Jones,
painted .tile, red; Bethany
Jones, painted tile, blue.
Mixed medium (youth):
Kristir-Griffis:',painted 'plate,
blue.
Color photography (adult):
Janet Flythe, sunset, shirt
transfer, two blue.
Color photography (youth):
Bethany Jones,.boy, blue.
Black and white or color
animal photography (adult):
cat picture, Melissa Scott,
blue.
Pen or pencil (adult): Jason


Hendon, self portrait. red.
Pen or pencil (youth): Sarah
Osgood, belly dance, blue:
Hannah Vinson, princess, red;
Bethany Jones, roller coaster,
-red; Abby Jones, fruit basket,
red.
Charcoal (adult): Jason
Hendon, tapestry, blue.
Charcoal youthh: Sarah
Osgood, minstrel, blue.
Pastels and chalks adultt:
Jason Hendon, freedom, red.
Pastels and chalks (youth):
Joseph Cook, pastel picture
reflection, blue.
Water color: adult, Jason
Hendon, watercolor, blue.
Water. color (youth): Leann
-Erdman, pharaoh, red.
Ceramics, stained (youth):
Kristin Griffis, pitcher bells
and bow, red.
Wood work (adult): Richard
Smith, mallard duck, blue, best
in show; Jeff Brosche and
Michael Deyot, wall hanging,
red; Chris Ballance, wall
hanging, red. *
Wood work (youth): Kristin
Griffis, two trinket boxes, two
red.
Recycled oddities (adult):
Jason Hendon, fold art.
Recycled oddities (youth):
Kali Hendon, denim
bookmark, red; Bethany Jones,
pencil holder; Abby Jones,
pencil holder, blue; Leann.
Erdmap, stained glass, blue.


Kristin Griffis,
pictured with
her message
in a bottle,
was one of
three rosette
winners in the
arts and
crafts.


Schoner, Dreer
0 0 m d


have top
This year's Bradford County
Fair's rabbit exhibit featured
25 animals, with Nikk-i-
Schoner's earning -grand
champion and S'avannah
Dreer's earning reserve grand
champion.
Schoner exhibited a
Netherland dwarf buck, while'
Dreer exhibited a mini-rex
doe.
In the 4-H record book
competition, Krystal Cornwall
placed first, which earned her a
$50 cash prize from Lisa
Tatum. Preston Strickland
placed second .and won a $25
cash prize& from Community
State Bank.

Ribbons
Courtney Paul, mini-rex
buck, blue; Krystal Cornwall,
mini-rex buck, blue; Mitchell
Cribbs, mini-rex buck, 'blue;
Ashley Harris, mini-rex buck,
blue: Alexis Shealey, mixed-
breed doe, w hite.


i


z raDDits
Savannah Dreer, mini-rex
doe, blue, first in class, reserve ,..
champion; Zoe Eddins, mini-
rex doe, blue, aiLdHoHaid lop
doe, blue; Preston'Strickland,
stand~ard-'fx doe, blue, first in
class, Jersey wooley buck,
blue.. .
Madeline Strickland,
standard rex, buck,.blue,,and.
American fuzzy 'lop doe, blue;
Jordan Hamilton, standard rex
buck, blue; Ashley Brewer,
Holland lap doe, blue; Gavin
Eddins, Holland lop buck,
blue; Lacey Dreer, Holland lop
doe, blue.
Tara Holtzendorf, Holland
lop doe, blue. French lop doe,
blue, Dutch doe, blue; Case
Emersn, American fuzzy lop
doe, blue; Dakota Hall, mixed
breed buck, white.
Nikki Schoner, Netherland
dwarf buck, 'blue; Gavin
Eddins, California doe, red;
Garrett MNills. California buck,
blue.


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Preston Strickland and Krystal dornwall placed
second and first, respectively, in the 4-H record
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Folk art (adult):" Carol-
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Folk art (youth)': Kali
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blue; Kristin Griffis, sunflower
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plastic bowls, blue.
Baskets, decorated or woven
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Strawberry theme (adult):
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Thomas, Crawford are tops in poultry division


Cailey Thomas and Taylor
C'awford exhibited the top
poultry at the Bradford County
Fair, earning grand champion
and reserve grand champion,
respectively.'
The top bird was Thomas'
dark Brahman cochin rooster.
Crawford exhibited a black old
English hen.
; Kristin Griffis placed first in
the 4-H record book
competition, earning her a $50
cash prize courtesy of Denise
Crawford. Kaitlin Griffis
placed second, receiving a $25
cash prize from Community
State Bank.


In all,
exhibited
division.


56 animals were
in the poultry


Ribbons
Lake Harris, mottled pea
hen, blue; David Best, D'uccle
millie fleur hen and rooster,
two red, black tail Japanese
hen and rooster, two red, silver
duck wing and old English hen
and rooster, blue, red, silver
working and English game hen
and rooster, blue, red.
Jamie Mosley, old English
blue bantam rooster, blue;
Crystal Mosley, American


game bantam rooster, blue;
Albany Mosley, American
game old ;English bantam
rooster, red, and American
game old English bantam
rooster, red.
Jamie Mosley, mixed breed
rooster, white; Bethany Jones,
black sex link hen, red; Noah
Jones, game hen, white, turkey
rooster, red; Abby Jones,
turkey hen; red: .' .: '
Brooklyn Wiggins, mallard
-hen, blue, mallard drake, blue,
game, red, mixed breed hen,
white; Witt Thomas, cochin
buff rooster, blue; Cailey
Thomas, dark Brahman cochin
hen, blue, dark Brahman
cochin rooster, blue.
Delaney Sweat,. mixed breed
hen, while, old English bantam
rooster, red; Brantley Sweat,
mixed breed hen, white, old
English rooster, red; Preston
Strickland, D'uccle mille fleur
rooster, red; Madeline
Strickland, D'uccle mille fleur
hen, blue..
Albany Mosley, Rhode-
Island. red hen, red; Jamie
Mosley, Rhode Island red
rooster,. red.; Lake Harris,
white leghorn hen, blhe, black
Plymouth rock hen, red, black.


Cailey Thomas and her dark Brahman cochin
rooster captured the grand champion trophy.


CRAFTS
Continued from p. 2C


bucket, blue, best of show;
~Jhson Hendon, pencil
Strawberry, red.
' Strawberry theme (youth):
Megan Vinson, strawberry pen
and ink, blue; Hannah Vinson,
strawberry elves, red; Kristin
Griffis, painted vase, red,
strawberry cut work, blue.
Arts and crafts,
miscellaneous (adult): Richard
Smith, stained glass, blue; Iris
Mintz, beaded necklace, red;
Jason Hendon, Nightmare
Before Christmas, red..
Arts and crafts,
miscellaneous (youth): Kali
Hendon, love card, red; Kristin
Griffis, note paper and book
mark, blue; Abby Jones, book
mark,, red; Bethany Jones,
bobk' mark, red; Leann,
Erdman, scratch work, blue;
Jennifer Sutton, clay items,
blue; John Sutton, clay theme,
blue.
Arts and crafts, extras
(adult): Jason Hendon, two



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sex link hen, blue.
.Erika Crawford, barred
Plymouth rock rooster, blue;
Taylor Crawford, black old
English hen, blue; Colt
Bennett, Cornish game lren,
'bed, Cornish game rooster,
red; Witt Thomas, buff
Brahman cochin hen, blue;
Shane Crawford, black sex
link hen,'blue.
Matthew Crawford, golden
lace Wyandotte hen, blue;
Kristin Griffis, light Brahman
hen, red, American rooster,
red; Kaitlyn Griffis, American
hen, red, Rhode Island red
rooster, red; Brooklyn
Wiggins, mixed breed hen,
red; Ricky Allen, barred
Plymouth rock, rooster, blue. '
Connie Wiggins, white
leghorn rooster, red, mixed
breed hen, white; Nathan
Brooks guinea rooster, blue;
Rachel Polk, guinea, blue;
Hannah Brooks', guinea, blue;
Dwight Allen, mixed breed
rooster, white, guinea rooster,
blue; Jeanne Moody, silver
Wyandotte hen, red; Rachel
Rosier, American hen, blue;
Rachel Clement, Brahman hen,
red; Jessica Parker, Rhode
Island red hen, blue.









The reserve
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champion
trophy went
to Taylor
Crawford and
his black old
English hen.


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Adults and crafts, extras
southh) : Kali Hendon,
Christmas pin, red; Kristin
Griffis. message in bottle,
blue. best in show; Leann
Erdman. rainbow, red.


Kaitlin Griffis and Kristin Griffis placed second and
first, respectively, in the 4-H record book
competition.


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Area student always has an eye on the weather


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
There is always a "cloud" in
the forecast at Bradford
Middle School, but that does
not necessarily mean rain is on
the way.
Casey Cloud, a sixth-grade
student, posts the weather
forecast every day at the
school on a bulletin board in
one of the hallways. That came
about with the help of
teacher's aide Joan Perez, who
said Cloud made it a point to
tell her %hat the weather \\as
-_going-to-be like-every day.
Perez talked to Principal Jeff
Cable about the possibility of
allowing Cloud to post the.
weather for all the school to
see. The rest was up to Cloud.
"I just thade the board for,
him and he went from there,"
Perez said. ,
Cloud is somewhat of a .
weather aficionado. He enjoys
watching the forecasts on,
television, he reads books
about weather. he has met
W'JXT-TV -4 meteorologist
rr.eger WmVerl-ing-and-toured -
the WJXT studio. and he won
a weather contest last summer
sponsored by WCJB -TV 20.
Winning that contest


enabled Cloud to meet
meteorologist Bill Quinlan and
tour the WCJB facilities, as
well as working with the blue
screen utilized by television
meteorologists.
"It's so interesting when you
find out how they do it," Cloud
said.
Cloud said his interest in the
weather probably began when
his family lived in Texas. The
weather was so severe at times
that his family spent a lot.of
time watching reports on
television.
"That's how I think 1 picked
it up," Cloud said.
Severe weather holds ,a
particular interest for Cloud,
which made the past couple of
years fascinating for him as
Florida was 'besieged by
hurricanes. He admitted to
watching a lot of TV during
that time, but maybe not as
much as he wanted to.
"I didn't stay up all night
watchingg TV)," Cloud said. "I
wanted to, but I kind of fell
asleep." ..
Severe weather or not,
Cloud spends 5-10 minutes
every.' weekday morning
posting the current day's
weather, as well as a four-day
planner. His board also


includes a breakdown of
forecasts for each city in
Bradford County. regional,
state and national forecasts.
-and rainfall totals in the area.
,'The bulletin board's pretty
big where I can fit a lot of
information on there," said
Cloud, who gets a lot of his
information from the
Gainesville Sun.
Cloud's forecasting career
actually began when he was a
student at Southside
Elementary School, giving the
weather on the school's Shark
Bite Ne\s. a closed-circuit TV
program.
"We called him the resident
weatherman," said Lisa Gault,
a fifth-grade teacher at
Southside.
This will not be a surprise to'
any %%ho know him, but Cloud
wants to make a career out of
forecasting the weather. He
said he would like to -go to
either the University. of Florida
or Florida State University, but
admits FSU may have the edge
over UF.
"I've heard they're a better
weather r school and I,. know
George Winterling and some
of the other meteorologists
have gone there," Cloud said.


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Casey Cloud, a sixth-grader at Bradford Middle School, stands by the "Hurricane
Weather" board that he puts together every school day.


Wintering is someone
Cloud-looks up to. He said the
chance to meet the veteran
meteorologist was an
unbelievablel" experience.


However, that meeting
occurred when Cloud %was in
third-grade and did not know
as much about weather as he
does now.


"I'd ask him a lot more
questions I now)," Cloud said if
he had the chance to talk to
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CLOUD
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Winterling again.
Cloud said' he would love to
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4-H
Continued from p. 1C.


scrapbook, red, glitter
scrapbook, blue, glittered'
"Kali," red, smile file card,
red, family scrapbook,. red,
scrapbook technique sander,
red; Tara Holtzendorf, plant,
participation, painted picture,
participation, picture frame,
participation, pillow,
participation, Christmas
ornament, participation,
painted strawberries,
participation.
Clothing/textiles (senior):
Kaylee Androlevich, denim
pencil holder, red, denim vest,
red, denim bookmark, red,
denim tote bag, blue; Kristin
Griffis, pocket purse, red, bag
holder, red, gift bag, red,
denim purse, blue and exhibit
of merit.
Clothing/textiles (junior):
Hannah Williams, denim gift
bag, blue, denim magnet, blue,
denim placemat, red, denim
purse, red, denim vest, blue
and best in class, bag holder,
blue, denim tote bag, blue;
Abby Williams, plastic bag
keeper, blue, light denim
placemat, red, denim gift bag,
blue, denim .placemat, red,
denim purse, blue, denim vest,
blie,', bag keeper, blue, tote
bag, blue, pocket magnet, red;
Tymber Tatum, denim vest,
blue, jean bag, blue, placemat,
blue, hand bag, blue; Kaitlin


Griffis, denim pocket purse,
blue, denim shorts purse, blue
and best in class, denim gift
bag, blue; Kali Hendon, tote
bag, red, denim vest, blue,
placemat, red, denim bag
holder, red, denim purse, blue,
denim fringe purse, red, gift
bag, blue.
Communication/technology
.(senior): Amy LaFollette, three
essays, three blue ribbons,
newsletter, blue, 4-H
Legislature article, blue.
Foods and nutrition (senior):
Savannah Payne, dairy poster,
red, kitchen safety poster, blue
and exhibit of merit; Kristin
Griffis, strawberry pie, blue
and best in class, brownies,
blue.
Foods and nutrition (junior):
Preston Strickland, beach soup
in a jar; blue, and exhibit of
merit, 'tin punch, blue Hannah
Payne, dairy poster, blue;
Tyler Payne, dairy poster,
blue; Kaitlin Griffis, peanut
butter cookies, blue; Kali
Hendon, cookbook, blue.
Hobbies/colle6tions (senior):
Kaylee "Androlevich,
scrapbook, blue and best in
class.
Photography (senior): Amy
LaFollette, blue and exhibit of
merit; Savannah Payne, red;
Kaylee Androlevich, blue;
Kristin Griffis, blue and
exhibit of merit; Tyler Wood,
blue and best in class.
Photography (junior):
Cai len Gonzalez,
participation; Storm Hamilton,
participation; Alex Gonzalez;
participation; Hannah


Hamilton, participation;
Hannah Payne, blue and
exhibit of merit; Tyler Payne,
blue and best in class; Paige
Eaves, red; Tymber Tatum,
red.
Performing arts (junior):
Kaitlin Griffis, photo, blue;
Kali Hendon, photo, blue.
Recreation/leisure (senior):
Amy LaFollette, target, blue
and best in class.
Woodworking (junior):
Tymber Tatum, painted bird
house, red.

Cloverbuds
Cloverbuds (4-H members
ages 5-7) also participated in
fair projects. They all received
participation ribbons.
Those.,. who participated
were: .. '
SCreati.e arts: Madeline
Strickland, tin punch; Zoey
Fulton, trinket box, rock
worm; Austin Bidwell, rock
goat; Lianna Norman, trinket
box; Elizabeth Whitaker,
trinket box, rock goat,.
Christmas pin, pillow, Fun in
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Nathan Farrow, trinket box,
rock bear; Lexi Androlevich,
egg-shell box, 4-H clover pin;
Courtney Paul, jewelry box;
Savannah ... Trantham,
decorative pin holder, earrings,
candle holder, tissue box
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decorative vase, homemade
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Clothing/textiles: Lexi
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Elizabeth Whitaker, dairy
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Hobbies/collections: Lexi
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paper bag scrapbook; Courtney
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Photography: Madeline
Strickland, Elizabeth
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behind the scenes. He wants to
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camera who is actually
presenting the forecast to
viewers.
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in her mind that Cloud will
become a TV meteorologist.
"I think he's found what his
passion is much earlier -than
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TRACK/FIELD


Simmons wins

race for LBMS
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
He may not have been
recognized at the meet for his
effort, but Lake Butler Middle
School's Koydric Simmons
did win the 100m hurdles at
the Bob Hayes Middle School
Invitational March 17 at
Raines High School in
Jacksonville.
Simmons ran the race in a
time of 14.6 seconds, placing
him on top of the field in the
.fastest heat.. His teammate,
Keaton Reynolds placed third
in the race with a personal-
record time of 15:9 seconds.
When the race was over,
however, Reynolds was
recognized for finishing third,
while. a mixup resulted in.
Simmons and the second-place
finisher not. being' honored as


the winner and runner-up.
Lake Butler coach Kyler
Cohen said race officials told
him. that there was nothing
they could do to correct the
problem.
"He won going away,"
Cohen said of Simmona. "I
was out there arguing for about
30 minutes."
Simmons also placed third
in the 100m with a time of
11.60 seconds and helped the
4xl00m relay team finish as
runner-up with a time of 45.9
seconds-the fastest time a
middle school boys' team has
run under Cohen.
"They were 'smoking."
Cohen said of the team, whichh
was also comprised of Justin
Tyson, Bryan Holmes and
Joshua Tyson.
The 4\400m relay team of
Holmes, Justin Tyson, Joshua
Tyson and Chris Alexander.
placed sixth with a lime of
approximately 4:50. Joseph
Kinsler ran the 400m in 58.1
seconds to finish seCenth.` '
Cameron Lee 'was the only
member of the girls' team to
place. She was eighth in the


100m with a time of 13.1
seconds.



1 BASEBALL

Tigers remain

perfect in

district play

BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Austen Roberts drove in the
winning run for the Union
Count baseball team 'in the
bottom of the eighth inning as
the Tigers defeated visiting
SDistrict 6-3A opponent Pierson
Taylor 7-6 on March 17.
The Tigers (7-2, 4-0 in
District 6 prior to March 28)
were forced to go to extra'
innings when the Wildcats
scored three runs in the,
seventh. However, Wade
NMcDowell led off the eighth
with a single, then stole second
base and moved to third on a


sacrifice by Ryan Liptrap. That
allowed McDowell to score on
Roberts' infield hit.
It was the third straight
game the Tigers won by one
run.
"That's a sign of a team that
won't quit," Union head coach
Terry Stroemer said.
Stroemer said the Taylor
game was just the .latest
example of" how someone
different seems to step up and
come through for the Tigers in
each game. This time, it was
the bottom of the order as the
Tigers' top four batters did not
get a hit.
Roberts finished the game 2-
for-3 with two RBI, while
McDowell was 2-for-4.
Liptrap and Zeke Scaff were
each l-for-3 with two RBI.
K, le Parrish was also 1-for-
3.
The Tigers scored their first
run in the second when Brett
Maddox, after reaching on an
error, came home on a ground
out by Liptrap.
Union scored five runs-all

:See UCHS, p. 10C


BHS can't

shake errors,

but still wins

BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
The. mistakes were still
prevalent, but the Bradford
baseball team still snapped a
two-game losing streak,
defeating District 3-4A
opponent Ridgeview 10-8 on
March 24 in Orange Park..
Bradford (5-9 prior to March
27, 3-4' in District 3) got six
RBI from Jason Smlth, who
was 3-for-3 'with a home runny
and a triple. Zach King was 3-
for-5 and Antwan Brown was
2-for-4 with two doubles.
Brown also pitched, giving
up just a couple of earned runs.
Bradford head' coach Will
Hartley said that was- the
theme for the Tornadoes last -
,'eek-their pitchers ha'e
given up jui one ,o tm'o earned
runs a game, yet the team lost
.two of three games.


In a 10-0 loss to Keystone
Heighs, on March 21, the
Torhnadoes s .struggled
offensively with just two hits,':
but their defense was less than
stellar. Bradford committed six
errors in the first and third
innings, the innings in which.
Keystone scored all of its runs.
On March 23, Bradford
hosted Clay and was locked in
a :1l-all, tie going into the,
seventh. The Tornadoes then.
committed four errors and the ;
Blue Devils left the field with
a 6-1 win. That was after
starting pitcher Smyth pitched-
well and Charles Jones, in-
relief, struck out the side in the.
sixth, :.
"It ,e could cut down orn.
our errors, .we'd be fine,"
Hartley said. ,7
Bradford played at West
Nassau March 27 and plays
two important district games
this week, both, against Baker
Counts.
The Tornadoes .host the
Wildcats Thursday. March 30,
at 7 p.m. On Friday, Bradford

See BHS, p. 10C


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9222.
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Call Kenny Gibbs with
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494-0012.


3BR/2BA custom home,-
11 acres, stocked pond,"'
1539 sq h. win a 288 sq.
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352-372-HOME (4663)


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updating throughout, screened porch, wood deck, and newer
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For additional information or your own private showing,
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IMMACULATE executive style 3BR/2BA
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FOR RENT- 2 & 3BR'
homes, newly renovated.
Deposit required. Call.
386-496-3067,678-438-
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for more information.
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clean. $535 per monin.
rentals require security
deposit utilies & must
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ON SR 100. Under new
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352-473-3569.
ON LAKE GENEVA, re-
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through out., dock privi-
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a clean room with use of
kitchen, washer, etc. Lo-
cated in a quiet neigh-
borhood, just minutes
from Starke ciy limits
and hospital If you are
clean and reliable give
me a call 904-964-8875.
NOW RENTING 1,2, & 3
Bedrooms at Waldo Vil-
las. EHO. Call Nita at
. 352-468-1971.
LAWTEY APTS now rent-
ing 1.2. & 3 bedrooms,
located behind the el-
ementary school EHO
Carl Nita at 904-782.
3531.
2BR/2BA SWMH, window
AC, between Starke and
Lake Bullei $450 month
and $450 deposit Call
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1BA. 6182 Little Lake
Geneva Rd. Newly re-
furbished inside First,
last. & security $525 per
monin Call 352.475-
3094.
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no pels. towards Key
stone, CHA, call 904-
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OR FOSTERING (M)
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Rottweiler, 2 yrs. (F)
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Furniture, lamps, dishes,
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more.
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Bam to 4pm, Fri & Sat,.
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Sam to 4pm, 2660 Lake
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Big blue building.
SR 100 W, 2nd road past
cementary, follow signs.
Fri & Sat Sam to 2pm.r
Baby clothes, kitchen
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purses, shoes, young
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stuff, women clothes,
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YARD SALE huge to ben-
efit American Cancer's
Society Relay for Life.
April 1, 8am to ? Lawtey,
next to the school in
Lawtey, HWY 301.
Headboards, baby stroll-
ers lots of nice items.
YARD SALE SAT onlyllI
April 1st. 947 NE SR 16.
i3 miles east from 301 on
left.
ESTATE SALE BLOW-'
OUT Everything must
go. Antique store stor-.
age, furniture, wicker,
mantels, doors, shelv-
ing, -refrigerator, carpet,'
light fixtures, retro
coilectaDles & tons
more. Sat'Sun 10am to
4pm. 413 N. Thompson
St, Starke.
53 B Keystone
Yard Sales
2 FAMILY SALE 2 new
electric bikes, electric
appliances, furniture,
porch furniture; clothing,
sports equipment, tools,
books, lawn tools, many
many, misc items. Saty4/
1', 9am to 3pm. 6789
Doe Trail Ct, Keystone
Heights. SR 21 North to
Deer Sprinqs Rd Follow
signs
MULTI FAMILY yard sale.
Sat., 9am to 1pm 8128
Alderman Ra. Melrose
(oil CR 214) No early
birds please Rain dale
is April 8th. To many
Siems to list individually
Come check us outi
BIG SALE McRae area.
415C &Rodeo Dr. Sat &
Sun, 8am to 4pm. Big
sale Waier bed mattress
and nealer-new $20
couch, nice $50 loys.
household yard, exer-


clse items, clothing
(mens, women, &
childrens. Plus
children sizes. Sat
onlyll!Call 352-473-
7975.
53 C Lake
Butler
MULTI FAMILY yard sale
Lattles Garage,. 3/4
miles west of Lakd But-
ler, on SR 100'.,March
24,25,31 &,April 1st. Fur-
niture, childrens.clothes,
household items.
YARD SALE FRI & SAT,
220 NW 4th Ave, Lake
Butler, Fri & Sat 8am
tolpm.
55 Wanted
THE OUTSIDERS CLUB
for dispondent Chris-
tians who desire fellow-
ship, fun & activities on.
the weekends. Hippies,
Blacks, Whites, Latinos,
whatever. Call 904-753-
1912.
WANTED 1 to 2 acres of
land.Preferrably set up
for trailer. Reasonably
priced in Bradford/Union
area. Call 904-782-3784
FOOT MODELS, Rappers,
Comedians, & Story Tell-
ers wanted: Call 904-
753-1912
57 For Sale
MATTRESS TWIN sets,
$89, full sets $129,
Queen sets $159, King
sets $189. Mattress Fac-
'tory 4.11 East Brownlee
St Carpels also large
room sIze pieces Save
a lot Casi ana carry
Call Sonia at 352-473-
7173 or 904-964-3888.
KENMORE WASHER ana
dryer. new lype $100
and up each, electric
stove. written guarantee.


free local delivery. For .
appointments, call 904-
964-8801.
BED-KING SIZE Pillowtop
mattress and boxspring
with manufactures war-
ranty. Brand new still in
plastic. Can deliver. Sell'
for $170. Call 352-37?-'
7490. ..
BEDROOM SET 7 piece
Gorgeous cherry queen/
king bed. dresser, mirror.
2 r.gntisanas. chest
advatlable, dovetail con-
struction. New still in
boxes. Retail $5200,
sacrifice for $1100. 352-
377-9846.
DINING ROOM SUITE- .
beautiful cherry table, 6,.
chippendale chairs and :
lighted hutch and buffet.
Brand new still boxed.
Can deliver. Retail
$5800, sacrifice $1100. :
352-377-9846.
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 lol Casn and carry
Carl Sonia at 352-473-
7173 or 904-964.3888
MATTRESS TWIN sets
$89. full sets $129.
Oueen sets 5159. King
sets $189 Mattress Fac-
tory. 4-1 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 onhopedic
Pillowtop maltress and
box Name orand, new in
plastic. win warranty.
Can deliver Sacrifice
$100 Call 352-372-


8588.
FARM TRACTOR Super'
A-V Farmall high clear-
ance. Runs good, equip-
ment included, fertilizer
hopper, and some culti-
vating equipment Also a
set ol disks and a mower
is available Call 904-
769-4742. 904-964-
8846 or 904-964-7434
AIR CONDITIONER
UNITS 2 large window
units, 1 cools, 1 heats
and cools. wall mount
gas healer. Call 904-
282-1594.
LAWN MOWERS &
TRAILERS for sale. Call
904-964-4118
BED $100 NEVER USED!
Full size orthopedic
Spllowtop set. Still In plas-
tic with factory warranty
from Posturecraft: Can
deliver. Call Brian 352-
376-1600. .
BEDROOM 6PC SET
never used! Still In,
boxes. I have intruck
and can deliver. $395.
call 352-376-1600.
QUEEN PILLOWTOP
mattress set. $130 real
pillowtop sel Anyining
cheaper is cheap Brana
new made by
Posturecraft. Still in plas-
tic. Can deliver, call
Bnan 352-264-9799.
BED BRAND NEW KING
Sacrifice $195. 3pc or-
thopedic pillowtop set
Never used set, still
wrapped in plastic with
warranty Name brand
Posturecrati. Can deliver
call Brian at 352-494-
0333
HOT TUB/SPA $1705
Brand new. Loaded with
therapy jels. waterfall, :
LED lights cupholders,
,110v energy efficient.
With warranty. Free de-
livery call 352-376-1600
BEDROOM CHERRY 7pc
set. All wood custom
built Louis Phillipe sleigh
bed. All dovetail con-
struction, trueglide-
drawers. Never been
usedl Still in boxes. Re-
tail $6500 sacrifice
$1300 Can deliver. Call
Bnan at 352-264-9799
POOL TABLE 8'all wood
table. Leather pockets,
Italian 1" slate, carved
legs. Brand lew still in
crate. Cost $4500 sell for
$1350. Call 352-264-
9799. .
REMODELING selling
quality used'furniture,
-green sofa,-sofa table,
entertainment center

FOR SALE.
2 Parcels
13+ Acres in all
.500 ft frontage on 301
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Mini-storage and Barn
Ideal Location *
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SUPERVISOR,
PUBLIC SAFETY
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Certifies and trains College
and contract security staff.
Maintains regulatory
compliance with FDLE.
OSHA, FDEP and other
safety regulatory agencies.
Is liaison with County, State
& Federal disaster
management teams.
Minimum of Associate's
degree preferably in law
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Qualified as firing range
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Salary: $27,583 annually,
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Salary: $18,669 annually
plus benefits
Application Deadline:
April 14, 2006
College application
required. Position details
and applIcation available
on the web at:
www.lakecitycc.edu
Inquiries:
Human Resource
Development
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College
149 SE College Place
Lake City, FL 32025
.Phone: (386) 754-4314
Fax: (386) 754-4594
E-mail:
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8338.,
TIRE. CHANGING mae'"
chine. Coates 4050A,.
good working order;'
$350. Call 352-473-
S2999. -
6' x 8' CHAINLINK dog
pen, $100. Fenceless
dog containment kit,
$50. Call 352-475-5511;
ELECTRIC WHEEL chair,
pronto' sure step, 1051'os
1 year old, $1500. Call
904-964-7423.
59 Personal ,
Services
CLARK FOUNDATION
REPAIRS, INC. -:Cor-
rection of termite & wa-
ter-damaged wood &
sills. Leveling & raising
Ho.uses/Bldgs. Pier Re'
placement & alignment
Free'Estimates: Danny.
(Buddy) Clark, (904V
284-2333 or 1-800-288-
0633.
-CHAIN LINK FENCE-:'
Freeestimates. Handy.
man Fence Co., owner
Tommy Reddish, 904.
964-8559.
PRESSURE WASHING,
CLC home exterior
cleaning. Roofs, siding;
decks, driveways. side-
walks Free estimates.,
call Curtis, 904-964.
4940
FLORIDA CREDIT UNION
has money to lend fo.
M.H. & land packages
1-800-284-1144. ---
GARAGE DOORS & Door,
openers ,nsialiea & re-
paired, Lic. Ins. 30 yeasi. !
exp Call Achey Doors.
for all your garage door'
needs 352-473-6611
APPLIANCES IN .
STALLEA I ranges..
microhoods, cooktops,-
wall ovens, etc. 30 yra,;
exp. Lic. Ins. Call 35?-"
473-6611
ONA WILLING TO care for
elderly, afternoons &
weekends. Good refer-
ences, dependable. Call
386-202-1034.
CONCEILED WEAPONS
permit course 1 ho--
$35 for individual 0T'
group. Call 904-964-
5019.
HANDY MAN WORK
mowing, vinyl siding,
underpinning, tin roofS,
pump houses, replace
windows, concrete work,,
pressure washing, etc
Will beat any written es-
timates, call 352-486-"
2264 or 904-521-5247v!

ROOMS
FOR RENT.
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Daily $35 & up ".
Wkly $169 & up
Daily .Rm $Sj* .
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[INNIIIY CLIFI i,!
REGISTRAP .-
DIRECTOr
REGISTRAl "
Administrative posit, mn
responsible for all facets of-
enrollment process and
critical functions of
Registrar's Office.
Minimum of Bachelor
degree in related area wiih-'
at least 5 years experience,
in student records and "
computer processing. Must i
have knowledge of theory: .
and applications of :
computer programs used foir
registration and student :
records; knowledge of ,.
academic record keeping,-
and state and federal '.i
S regulations. ,
Salary: $45,000.00'
annually, plus benefits
Application and materials
must arrive by April 26,_ .
2006 for guaranteed ; ,
consideration. e
INSTRUCTOR,
TURF EQUIPMENT
TECHNOLOGY
Teach turf equipment and
shop management classes
including mechanics, -
diagnostics, welding and:
maintenance. AA/AS with
five years full-time
mechanic experience.
Bachelor's degree
preferred. Teaching
experience and/or turf
equipment technician .I
experience desired. ; -
Salary: Based on degree
and experience plus
benefits
Application and materials
must arrive by April 26,
2006 for guaranteed
consideration.
College application
required.' Position details
and application available on
the web at: :
www.lakecitycc.edu
Inquiries: '
Human Resource
Development
Lake City Community
College
149 SE College Place
Lake City, FL 32025
Phone: (386) 754-4314
Fax: (386) 754-4594 -
E-mail:
boettcherg@lakecitycc.edu
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Southern Association ."
of Colleges and Schools
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4660, EOE.
CONSTRUCTION WORK-
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available, very little ex-
perience needed, full
time and part time avail-
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ply in person at Aulho-
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vices. 7200'SE US'
HWY 301, Hawthorne
352-481-0008
DRIVERS NEW SKEXS
time, Work when you
want. 7 on 7 off, or 10 on
5 off. 904-753-1912 call
for opportunities.
HOME SUPPORT STAFF.
to work with develop.
mentally aisaoled indi.
viOuals in group homes
in StarKe Requires Hign
School Diploma or GED
& Valid FL Drivers LC w/
good moving record $7
per hour plus benefits
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or 904-964-8082.
STRUCTURAL STEEL
election foreman. excel-
lent pay. benelts. ve-
hicle provideO Call 904-
707-8262
LAWN WORKER


NEEDED, must have
good drivers license and
own transportation, with
at least 6 months com-
mercial exp. Call Larry at
352-473-2542.
FLOORCOVERING help
wanted, pay based on
exp, must have current
Florida DL, call 904-769-
2416; leave message.
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must be willing and able
to follow directions. Call
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ERS needed at Camp
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shifts, Florida DL re-
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exp. required. Competi-
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available. Apply at
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tal, 922 East Call Street,
Starke Flprida, 32091.
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Stage loads, load, deliver and off-load at customer
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A leader in quick service restaurants, is
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Positions (up to $10.00 per hour) with a
minimum of one year experience, must
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required. Good pay with
benefits. Apply ARC of
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-Call 904-964-7699.


APPRENTICESHIP
OPENINGS High school
diploma graduates 17 -
34. No expereince re-
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and benefits. Must relo-
cate at our expense. For
phone interview call 800-
342-8123(FL) or 800--
843-2189(GA & SC).
RETAIL SALES/CASHIER
position available, 40 hr
min per week. Apply at
Gator II Farm Supply.
South of Starke on Hwy
301. HS Diploma re-
quired. .
SOLID WASTE SITE At-
tendant-. .Bradford
County. Bradford County
is accepting applications
for a part time/on call site
attendant. Applications
and resumes may be


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R.J. Corman Derailment Services o.,,IN.NITY0.E

seeks SIDE BOOM OPERATOR INSTRUCTIONAL
POSITIONS
and CDL A DRIVER/LABORER AVAILABLE.
LCCC is seeking qualified
in S4.,r Ar .nurses to fill the following
in Star e Area positions. All positions
require a minimum of a
Must have CDL-a and excellent mechanical skills. Master's degree in Nursing
Requires travel and on-call availability;. EOE\. ,. pplr,, .- ; :I
crediih c,,.r s iheIiord ,ri.j
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Bridge Program
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S" position)
Experience in acute
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Distance learning and/or
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LAKE CITY experience preferred,
COMMUNITY COLLEGE Associate Professor,
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168 Duty Days Tenured Track To Commence August 2006 ,Program
S 198 duty day Tenure
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Master's Degree %itLh at least 18 graduate hours in discipline; Medical experience in acute care,
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Anatomy & Physiology. Ability to also teach Biology, Physical Science, or Associate Professor,
other science related course desired. Associate in Science
... .... Nursing Program
198 duty day Tenure
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Master's Degree in Humanities or Master's with at least 18 graduate hours Must have 2 years
in Humanities or related disicplines. Ability to teach in 3 disciplines (Art, experience in acute care
Music,and History or Literature) preferred. pediatric and/or maternal
ture preferred and infant nursing or adult
health nursing.
ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR. MATHEMATICS Salary : Based on degree
Master's Degree with at least 18 graduate hours in Mathematics prefix and experience, plus
benefits
courses. Ability to use graphing calculators and computers. Review of applications to
begin immediately and
Application Deadline: Application and materials must arrive by April 14, continue until positions are
Filled. College application
2006 to guarantee consideration. required, include resume
Persons interested should provide College application, vita, and. and copy of transcripts.
photocopies of transcripts. All foreign transcripts must be submitted with Complete position details
official translation and evaluation. Salary based on education and available on our web site at:
experience. www.lakecitycc.edu
Position details and applications available on web at: Inquiries:
www.lakecitycc.edu Development
Human Resources Development Lake City Community
Lake City Community College College
148 S.E. College Place 149 SE College Place
Lake City, FL 32025-2007 Lake City, FL 32025
Phone (386) 754-4314; Fax (386) 754-4594 Phone: (386) 754-4594
E-Mail: boettcherg@lakecitycc.edu E-mail:
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Area schools sending 19 lifters to sectional meet
BY CLIFFSMELLEY to thestatefinals. 205-205-410, Rand, Davids :'. -.,__ .
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Telegraph Staff Writer
Bradford, Keystone Heights
and Union County had a total
of six boys' weightlifters win
their classes and the schools
combined had 13 other lifters
qualify for the upcoming
_secti onal--meet-afterth-ir-
performances at a Class A sub-
sectional meet March 21 in
Lake Butler.
The sub-sectional meet was
th'efirst step for qualifying for
the Florida High School
Athletic Association finals,
which will be held Friday,
April 21, at Santa Fe
Community College in
Gainesville. The top four
lifters in each class will
compete in a sectional meet
Wednesday,--April-5;-at St.
Augustine High School' at
11:30 a.m. for the right to go


SOFTBALL

Keystone
defeats
Bradford 52
BY CLIFF SMELLEY-
Telegraph Staff Writer
The Keystone softball. team
swept the season series with
Bradford, defeating the
Tornadoes 5-2 on March 21 in
Keystone.
Keystone held a 2-1 ,lead,
before scoring two runs in the
fourth. Kerrie Broadway hit a
double, followed by a single
by Michelle Houser. Broadway
scored on a passed ball and
Houser scored on a single by
Dani Suit.
Katie Safinford pulled the
Tornadoes within one in the
fifth with a single that scored


BHS
Continued from p. 6C
travels to Glen St. Mary to
play Baker at 6 p.m.
Baker County is currently iri
second place _in -the
district-behind Suwannee,
which has. no' district
losses-with two losses. If the
Tornadoes could sweep the
Wildcats, they would propel
themselves into second place
with one district game
remaining on their schedule.
"If we don't make errors, we
could win both games,"
Hartley said.


- CAREGIVER
WANTED
- ShiftWork
Apply in person
Parkside ACLF

329 N. Church St.
Starke
(904) 964-2220


union nao mree lifters \\ini
their classes: Donnie CI att
(129-pound class), Br.ndon
Shoup (154) and Ke\in
Alexander (219). Their totals
were: Clyatt 230-pound bench
press, 200-pound clean and
.jerk, _431-pound--totakl Shoup-
265-230-495; Alexander 340-
280-620..
Two lifters finished first for
Keystone: Sam Theisen I83)
280-260-540 and Brandon
Boettcher (heavyweight) 325-
265-590.
Bradford's Chris. Plemons
also earned a first-place finish.
winning the 119-pound class
with a 195-pound bench press
and a 160-pound clean and
jerk for a 355-pound total.
-- Five lifters fron-Keystone
finished as runners-up in their
classes: Jesse Vasquez (129)


Kelly Riddick. That would d be
Bradford's last run, however.
Keystone added the game's
final run in the sixth when Kim
Russell, who drew a walk,
scored on a single by Sam
Sibley
Karlyn Reddish and Kellie
Spaulding led the Keystone,
batters. Each. went'2-for-3 and
scored the Indians' first two
Runs.
Reddish had a triple in the
second inning and scored her
team's first run on a passed'
ball.
In the, third, Spaulding
singled and later ,scored on a
single by Reddish.
Riddick had two hits for
Bradford and scored both of
the team's runs. In the first
- inning, Riddick bunted.safely .
and eventually scored on a,
wild pitch.
Keystone pitcher -Maryanne-
McCall (5-2) pitched a
complete'game for the Indians,
allowing only three hits.


UCHS
Continued from p. 6C
with two outs-in the sixth to
overcome a 3-1 deficit.
... Maddox.drew,a,walk,,wuich
-.was followed by-singles-from
McDowell and Liptrap.
Liptrap's single brought home
courtesy runner Amir Jackson,
while McDowell scored on a
single by R6berts.
Parrish drew a walk, which
then set the stage for a two-


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McGuire 183i 245-235-480.
Jack Taylor '238) 300-255-555
and Jeremy Thompson
heavyweightt) 330-255-585.
The only second-place
finisher from either Bradford

- or-Union--was- Union's -Ricky
Westfall. who had a 260-
pound bench press and a 270-
pound clean and jerk for a 530-
pound total in the 169-pound
class.
Each school had one third-
place finisher: Bradford's
Glenn Velasquez (119.) 165-
140-305, Keystone's Garrett
Strickland il39i 200-160-360
and Union's Steven Baggett
heavyweight) 335-245-580.
Four lifters qualified for the
sectional meet as fourth-place
finishers: Keystone's Dennis
Taylor (119) 145-135-280,


Bradford's Kasey Barrett
struck out 11 batters.

Tornadoes get
district win
over Baker
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Siaff Writer
Three runs in the top of the
sixth propelled the Bradford
softballteam to a 3-1 win over
District 3-4A opponent Baker
County on March 24 in Starke.
Katie Sanford. Chasity
Whitaker, Samantha Stocker
and Allynne Norman all had
singles for Bradford (11-7, 4-4
in District 3 prior to March 27)
in the sixth, with Stocker and
Norman each driving home a
-run-with -their hits. Stockeri
added the third run on a
squeeze play with Tiffany
O'Neal's bunt.


RBI single from Scaff.
Parrish later scored on a
wild pitch.
Scaff earned the win on the
mound in relief. He pitched
one-and-two-thirds innings,
striking out three to improve
his record to 2-0.-..... ....,
- Union played Baker Count)
March 28 and will travel to
play Hilliard Thursday, March
30, at 5 p.m.
On Monday, April 3, the
Tigers will attempt to move to
5-0 in the district when they
host Interlachen at 7 p.m.


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Union County's Kevin Alexander was one of six weightlifters representing Union,
--Bradford and-Keystone who *on a weight class at a March 21 sub-sectional meet.


Union's Derrick Kingsland
(139) 1 35-155-2 5 90,--


Stocker and Sanford each
finished the game 2-for-3.
Pitcher Kase\ Barrett (9-5)
gave, up four hits and no
"earned runs, whilee striking out
The Tornadoes played
district opponent- Santa -Fe
. March 27, and will participate
in the Kissimmee Classic
,starting Thursday', March -30,'
at the Osceola Softball'
Complex.

Indians suffer
third loss in 4
games
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer


-Struggles offensively and
defensively led to the'
Keystone Heights softball
team's 4-0 loss to visiting


TERRY NUTT


Keystone's Jacob Elliot (199)
285-245-530 and Union's.


Williston on March 23.
Dani Suit had the-only hit
for the Indians (11-4), and that
didn't..'come until the sixth
inning. .
Keystone starting pitcher
Kasey Fagan struck out five
and -llowe' T6ur-hiis iTsis
innings: Marianne McCall
struck out three and allowed
one hit in the seventh.
Errors hurt the 'Indians,


Frankie Ray (238) 290-240-
530.


leading to Williston runs in the-
second, sixth and seventh-
innings.
The Indians, who have lost-
three of their last four games,.
now travel to play in the-
Kissimmee Classic at the
Osceola- Softball Complex.
Keysione's first game in the
tournament will be against
Harmony on Thursday. March'
30. at 7:30 p.m. -


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