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Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 27, 2006
Publication Date: 1888-
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Thursday, April 27, 2006


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Brief...

Bradford
gets more
money for.
courthouse
The 60-day legislative session is
nearing its close and funding has
been secured for courthouse facilities
in several rural counties in Florida,
according to Sen. Rod Smith. D-
Alachua.
Smith announced that Bradford
County has secured $250,000 for
courthouse'renovations and repairs. I
"Having personally tried cases as a
prosecutor in many rural
courthouses, including the one right
here in Bradford County, I know that
we have some very real facility needs
and recognized that it is difficult for
many rural counties and their
taxpayers to foot the bill." he said.
"Reps. (Aaron) Bean and (Joe)
Pickens and I made a commitment to
work toward securing these funds,
and we are pleased to announce that
we have been successful."
County officials lobbied the state
for funding. Future courthouse
renovations include increasing
security, particularly in transferring
inmates from the jail for court
appearances.

Bargain Barn
tomorrow at
Shands
A Bargain Barn sale benefiting
Dreams Come True will be held
tomorrow, Friday, April 28, from 7
a.m.-6 p.m. in the atrium at Shands
Starke.
Come browse the tables for that
gently used item you just can't live
without and help a sick child realize
their dream at the same time.

National Day of
Prayer is May 4
Millions will answer the call to
prayer on Thursday, May 4, the 55th
annual National Day of Prayer.,
The National Day of Prayer.
observance in Starke will be held at
Veterans Park on East Call Street
beginning at noon on May 4.
This year's theme is "America,
Honor God" and 'is based on, 1
Samuel 2:30, "Those who honor me,
I will honor."
The National Day of Prayer
tradition predates the founding of the
United States of America when the
Continental Congress issued a
proclamation setting aside a day of.
prayer in 1775. In 1952, Congress
established an annual day of prayer
and, in 1988. that law was amended.
designating the National Day of"
Prayer as the. first Thursday in May.

YMCA
meets today,
The YMCA Founders Committee
will meet today, Thursday, April 27,
at 5:30 p.m. The committee meets in
the Family Service Center, 611 N.
Orange St. in Starke.
Anyone interested in becoming
involved is invited to attend.

Lawtey, hosting
community yard
sale
The Lawtey Reereation
Department will host a community.
yard sale Thursday-Saturday, May
11-13, from 8-2 p.m. each day at
Tatum Brothers Park.
Proceeds from the sale will benefit
the recreation department, but
everyone from the community is
invited to set up their own personal
yard sales in the park alongside the
recreation department.
To donate items for the recreation
department sale, contact Lisa Harley
at (904) 782-3454 or Jeanette Phillips
at (904) 782-3351.


Saturday clouds
and rain
showers
notwithstanding,
last weekend's
Strawberry
Festival in
historic
downtown
Starke provided
plenty to smile
about. Amber
Faulk, pictured
at left selling
strawberries by
the flat, was full
of sunshine. The
two-day festival
drew vendors
and visitors
from far and
wide for a taste
of what Starke
has to offer. For
more photos
from the
festival, see
inside.


Starke survives the dark


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor
It's been a common refrain
throughout the city of Starke in the
last couple of months: What
happened to the lights?
Around 12:30 p.m. on Tuesday
afternoon it- happened again.
Businesses, residents and schools
were without power, forcing early
closures, lost sales and productivity
and all-around inconvenience.
Except f6r the police officers'
braving the sweltering afternoon ;to
fill in for the stop lights, even traffic
would have been at a standstill.
One of the two 11-megawatt
transformers at the Florida Power and
Light substation across from Shands
Starke had transmitted its last watt.
The transformer--the size of a small
office-burned a hole in. the door


when it blew and left the city in
darkness.
By 3 p.m., power had beqn restored
to some of the seven circuits, each of
which powers a different section of
the city, with the hospital and nursing
homes being top priority. A few FPL
customers who had been out also saw
service return.
The city's line crew continued to
wait for FPL to provide a!
replacement transformer to get all of
the lights back on. The nearest
available transformer, however, was
in Miami. ,
Above and beyond the five- or six-
hour trip for the transformer to arrive,
the city :was looking at early
Wednesday morning before
installation would be complete.

See DARK, p. 9A


PAWS making progress


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor"
By lowering costs, reducing
euthanizations and even discovering
uncollected revenue, Bradford
County PAWS has, since its
formation in January, proven a
mighty force in turning animal
control around.
Founding member and Executive
Director Kristie Dickens presented a
detailed progress report to the Starke
City Commission April 18.
More than 760 hours have been
contributed by volunteers since
January, hours without which nothing
could have been accomplished.
Dickens said volunteers spent
those hours staffing the animal
control facility seven days a week,
carrying out adoptions, sanitizing the
facility, administering basic medical


care to animals with veterinary
supervision, holding off-site.
adoptions at the county fair and at.
Wal-Mart (the first Monday of every
month), walking and bathing
animals, and returning lost pets to
their rightful owners.
PAWS members even implemented
a foster care program for pets
awaiting adoption, freeing space at
the animal control facility and further
decreasing the number of
euthanizations. More than 40 animals
are now in foster care.
"By placing animals in foster care,
the animals are socialized, making
them better adoption candidates,"
Dickens said. "In foster care we also
learn of special needs and behavioral
issues that may need to be addressed
for permanent adoption."


See PAWS, p. 4A -


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See FCAT, p. 6A


Fallen officer to be

honored in Washington


William "Bill" Burtis Jackson will
be recognized as a fallen law
enforcement officer at the National
Law Enforcement Memorial in
Washington, D.C., on Saturday. May
,13. '
President George W. Bush will
present a Medal of Honor in
-Jackson's name during this memorial
service and his name will be
inscribed on the wall of the
memorial.
Jackson will also be recognized in
Tallahassee at, the 24th annual Law
Enforcement Memorial Service on
Monday, May 8, and locally on
Tuesday./May 9.
Fifty years ago, at the age of 37,
Jackson died of a heart attack while
responding to a disturbance call at the
bus depot in Starke. Jackson was
assisting at the scene of a fire when
he was. called to a disturbance at the
bus depot on April 20, 1956.
.While en route, a woman stepped
into the street and into the path of
Jackson's patrol car as he rounded the
comer in front of the Florida Theater.
According to the account
published in the Telegraph that week,
Jackson missed hitting her by mere
inches as "he slammed on the brakes
and came to a screeching stop."
Jackson proceeded to the bus depot
where he died of a heart attack,
leaving behind his wife, daughter and
three sons, as well as his mother,
brothers and sisters.
Jackson's youngest son said he
believed it was the events of the day
that led to his father's death.
'I was only 6 weeks old when he
died," said Donnie Jackson. "I didn't
even know him. However, I have
been told by people who knew him


William Burtle Jackson
that he was a good man, and I believe
he was."
Donnie said he's pleased to see his
father is being recognized for his
service as a law enforcement officer.
Donnie, who lives in Raiford with
his wife, Sheila, said she and family
friends Cliff and Lanette Griffis are
jointly responsible for getting
Jackson's name added to the
memorial.
"My wife is the key player. She did
the paperwork and the legwork and
stayed 6on top of things to get it
approved," said Donnie.
He also thanked Starke Police
Chief Gord6n Smith and Lt. Barry
Warren for their assistance, as well as
all of those working to recognize
fallen law enforcement officers


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

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4th-graders

on par with

state in

writing

FCA T scores lower
for 10th grade :
BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor
Starke and Southside elementary
fourth-graders on average out-
performed students around the state
on the writing portion of the Florida
Comprehensive Assessment Test, or
FCAT.
Brooker and Hampton elementary
fourth-graders lied the rest of the state
on the essay portion of the test, but
Brooker Elementary surpassed the
state and other schools in the district
on the new multiple choice question
portion of the. exam, known as
Writing Plus. The questions are
designed to measure focus,
organization, support and conventions
to provide a more comprehensive
account of a student's writing and
language abilities.
Overall. district fourth-graders tied
the state essay score and fell just one
point below the state average on
Writing Plus.
Eighth- and 10th-graders fell below
state averages, although this year's
eighth-graders showed some
improvement over last year's
performance. The same cannot be said
for 10th-graders at Bradford High.
Essays are scored on a scale of 1-6
possible points. The new Writing Plus
component has 500 possible points.
Writing Plus will not be used as
criteria for determining school grades
this year. but future grades will
incorporate the results.
Fourth grade
Both Starke and Southside
elementaries scored 4.0 on the essay
portion of the test, topping the state
and districtwide average of 3.9. Both
showed the most improvement over
last year, when they received scores
of 3.7.







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FMPA responds to ..

Starke criticism 1


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor
Roger Fontes, general
manager and CEO of the
Florida Municipal Power
Agency, responded in person
April .18 to Starke City
Commissioners' criticisms of
the agency.
Fontes said it was the
agency's goal to work with its
members and hoped for a
cooperative future with the city
of Starke.
Natural gas prices have seen
.the most dramatic increases
since the 1973 oil embargo,
.Fontes said, and the price
spikes'have affected every
electric utility.
By chart, Fontes
demonstrated prices jumped-
from August through
November of last year because
of hurricanes. In October,
prices were at an all-time high
in Florida of $20 per million
British thermal units.
December saw a spike to $16
because of anticipated
shortages, he said.
Natural gas accounts for an
increasing percentage of the
fuel used to produce the
electricity FMPA distributes.
Fontes said that percentage has
been on the increase since
1999 because of contracts that
expired with plants that used
more coal to produce power.
When natural gas prices
went up, so did the cost of
electricity for FMPA members.'
Some other electric utilities
didn't immediately begin
passing on increased fuel
costs, either because they
didn't want to or the Public
Service Commission hadn't
authorized c61lection of those
additional costs, Fontes said.
When those costs were passed
on to those electric customers,
their bills shot up, too. I
"As of Jan. 1, all utilities in
the slate. including FMPA, are
collecting higher fuel costs,"
Fonrties said. but added that
FMPA has been able to
exercise some control and
drive the rate down through
well-timed purchases on the
natural gas market.
Aggressive hedging to
reduce fuel price %olatility is
expected to continue, and there,
are three plants currenil\ under
construction to meet future.
power needs .and continue
FMPA's transition to an agency
that generates electricity
instead of purchasing its load
from other generators.
Starke has criticized FMPA
for a recent decision to move
forward and build a new
generation plant using natural
gas, but Fontes defended it,
saying it would be twice as
efficient as today's plants,
using half .as much fuel to
supply the same amount of.
electricity. .
Two other projects he
highlighted were a coal-fired
plant and a jet engine turbine
run by distillate fuel.
Mentioning issues like line
loss, unmetered usage and.
recommendations from the
consultant hired by the
commission, who suggested
the city reexamine its rate
structure and budget allocation
methods, Fonles said he
wanted to give the commission
hope that these problems are
not insurmountable.
Other FMPA members
Starke's' size have been
successful in managing their
electric departments,
transferring significant
amounts of revenue to their
general funds and providing
low cost electricity, Fontes
said. He offered. FMPA's
expertise and financing to help
Starke to do the same.


City commissioners'
skepticism was palpable. .
Illustrating the dilemma
of some residents,
Commissioner Carolyn
Spooner said some have had to
choose between paying their
electric bills and their medical
bills. She also said FMPA "put
screws" on the city in its high
estimate of the cost of exiting
its long-term ;power supply
contract.
Fontes said the contract'was
designed to protect all FMPA
members against the
consequences of .such
departures, an he said he
understood power costs could.
be oppressive to individuals
with low incomes.
"All I can tell you is thal we,
,are doing everything that we
can to get our costs' under
control," Fontes said.
Commissioner Larry Davis
said a price from FMPA for
correcting line loss in the city
was hundreds of thousands of
dollars more than another
quote the city received.
'"What kind of a partnership
is that?" Da% is asked. '
Fontes said there was a
misunderstanding. It was never
FMPA's plan to perform, the
work for any cost, but simply;
provide,' an engineering
estimate for what the work
could cost when the city
selects a contractor.
Other issues, were chalked
up to miscommunication., such
as Major Sieve Fulch's
question about whether or not
Starke was getting the same
price for po\ter as other FMPA
members. Rumors like ihal,
and others, like FMPA giving
employee bonuses instead of:'
cutting costs, need to 'be
squelched. Fulch said.
At the mayor's request,
Fontes said FMPA would be
willing to work with the utility
committee set up by the:
commission to study ongoing
issues. .
February 2006
cost comparison
The cost for 1,000 kilowatt-
hours of residential electricity
in the citz of Starke passed
$140 in February, settling at
$142.03---once againw the
highest among the municipal
utilities measured by the
Florida Municipal Electric,'
Association. Fuel cost-made up
more than.$66 of that amount.
The same amount of power
cost FPL residential customers.
$105.89, $58.41 of which went
toward fuel costs. The .fuel
adjustment was similarly high
for Starke and FPL, but Starke
was nearly) $30 higher in its
base rate.
The same scenario was true
for 1,500 kWh of commercial
power. Starke charged $243.12
to FPL's. $171.36. Fuel
adjustments were similar-'
$99.12 for Starke and $92.87
for FPL-but Starke's $144,
base rate was nearly twice as
high as FPL's .
City officials, said costs'
should show a decrease .for
subsequent months.


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including students (1-r,
front) Deja Shy, Brandon
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(middle) Tamira Bellamy,
Trevor Finley and (back)
Sebastian Blawn.


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-Page 4A TELEGRAPH April 27, 2006


i iine sfor election coverage set


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor
The management of the
Bradford County Telegraph,
S the -Union Colinty.Timnes and
the Lake Region Monitor
would' like to announce
guidelines set up for coverage
of upcoming elections and
election-related events.
Alt three newspapers have a
policy of allowing candidates
in local, county or state races
to submit one free article
announcing their candidacy.
The article can be
accompanied by one
. .photograph. This article and
.: photograph will be run free of
-charge, but none of -these
announcements will be run'
after Thursday, July'27. -
Articles should be typed.
They should be. no more than
two pages in length. They
should include a phone number
where the candidate can be
contacted- during business
hours in case any question
arises.
The final day to qualify for
political office .by paying
qualifying fees. is Friday, July
. ___2-1at-neen--'The-fimaldayto
qualify by the petition method.
is June 19. Federal and judicial
candidates, qualify by both'
methods between May 8-12.)
Therefore, every candidate
should .-be* prepared to
announce his or her decision to
seek office by the Thursday
after that final qualifying date.
No such announcements will
be accepted by the newspaper
offices after deadline for July
27. In the case of the Times


and the Monitor, this deadline
is 5 p.m. on Monday, July 24.
For the Telegraph, this
deadline is noon on Tuesday,
July 25. ;
Other guidelines are as
follows:
From this time forward, no
fund-raiser for a single city or
county candidate will be
; .announced for free or covered.
by newspaper personnel. Local
events .where all, or at, least
most, of the candidates in any
one race are to be present can
be announced for free and will
likely be covered by
newspaper personnel as a news
story, so long as those events
are open to the public. The
decision as to whether staff
will cover an event as a news
story is strictly reserved for the
management of the
newspapers.
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Thomas announces District 2 candidacy


To the citizens of Bradford
County, I would like to take
this opportunity to announce
my intent to seek reelection for
the office of county
commissioner, District 2. I am
Doyle Thomas, your current
District 2 commissioner.
It has been an honor and a
privilege to represent Bradford
County. The office of county
commissioner is a very
rewarding job as well as very
demanding. During my
previous campaigns, I stressed
to you, the citizens, that I
would always be accessible
and available to take your
phone calls and listen to your
concerns regarding county
business. I hope I have fulfilled
this promise and will strive to
continue this practice if
reelected.
I have been a businessman in
Bradford County for over 29
years and have lived here my
entire life, which entitles me to
say I have a vested interest in
Bradford County. My wife,
Brenda, and I have been
-married for 39 years and
worked side by side in our
business for 29 of those years.
Bradford County is a small
county with a small tax base to
draw from, thus making it even
'-more important to keep a
watchful eye on how every
'dollar is spent and getting the
most for that dollar.
While serving the past seven
and a half years, I have stood
'firm on keeping down tax
increases, electrical franchise
fees and special assessments. I
have been an active lobbyist in
Tallahassee for rural road funds
known as the SCRAP and
SCOP programs, which allow


Doyle Thomas
for the repaving of. current
paved roads in our county with
state-alloted funds.
Being a county
commissioner requires more
than just attending two.
meetings per month.'It involves
serving on various boards
throughout the community.'I
have served on thm Tourism"
Development 'Council,
Communities' in Schools, the
New River "Library
Cooperative, the School
Readiness Program and Rural
Florida Development. I
strongly support our local 4-H
youth program and the' 4-H
scholarship foundation.
I have served on the New
River Regional (Tri-County)
Landfill board for six and a half
years and served three and '
half of those years as 'board
chairman. While serving on',
this board, I have- managed to


negotiate for Bradford County
revenue returns in excess of
$165,000 to $175,000 per year.
These funds are placed into our
general fund.. We have also
acquired some 300 additional
acres for the landfill, which
will assure us landfill space for
many years to come.
In serving as your
commissioner the past seven
and a half years, we have seen
many changes in our county.
Growth has really evolved in
Bradford County, and with
growth comes many other
issues. This makes it very
important to have a growth
management plan in place.
With our current board
members and county manager,
we are working diligently to
put this plan in place and to
reform our comprehensive land
use plan to better serve our
citizens.
I feel my fellow
commissioners and I have
accomplished many projects to
better serve you, the citizens of
Bradford County: courthouse
remodeling, road paving, a new
rescue unit provided from a
grant and' work ,on a grant for
an additional rescue unit as
well as a new library slated for
construction soon.
I am committed and
dedicated to serve all the.
people of Bradford County.
Being elected to office does not
mean I have all of the right
answers. Therefore, I am
willing to listen to you, the
citizens. I welcome and
encourage ideas from each of
you, which sometimes may be
the best answer.


PAWS: Animal group finds new $
Continued from p. 1A


In the first quarter of 2005
(the second fiscal quarter),
animal -.ntrol put down 197
animals. This year the number
was down to 69, just 35 percent
of what it was a year before,
Animal control is only,
spending -27 percent of what it!
was last year to euthanize
homeless pets. The monthly
average for 2005 was $1,509.
So far this year, the average
monthly cost is $410.
PAWS also discovered a
major discrepancy..iqrStarke's.
Spilling' of .thei~county' and.
participating municipalities for
animal control services, Calls
logged at the Starke Police
Department did not account for
multiple trips if .the animal,
control officer had to leave and
return. The city was not billing
participants for -those return
trips.
According to Dickens. an
additional $38,000 per year for
the last three years went
unbilled, resulting in a
$114,000 loss .of potential
revenue to 'the city. Most of
those calls came from
unincorporated Bradford
County, she said.
The billing issue has since
been corrected, and the city
stands to make a profit on
animal control for the first
time. Last year, Starke's
- _billings-totated--$59:532-.i t
running animal control cost the
city $60,880. Correct billing
would have resulted in an
additional $36,651 for the
program. -.
PAWS has plans for the
...revenue it has helped recover
as well as the cost savings its
volunteer hours have produced.
primarily in the areas of
personnel and repair and


maintenance of the animal the kennel on a regular' basis,
control facility. for their lost animals," said
"Animal control is an Dickens.' r
essential service to all Bradford They would also like to-see"
County residents. By providing $500 spent on a starter supply
animal control with the proper of basic shelter medicine and
equipment 'knowledge and hope to institute a spay and
staffing, the city will be able to neuter program with available
provide more efficient and grant funding to help get a
timely service to the handle on the population of
community," Dickens said. homeless, pets in the county.'
According *to former City "We would like to establish
Manager Ken Sauer, updating an education program geared
the present facility with the toward the overpopulation 9.1f
pet ij lioqi., J*j ilding; .pets ligWtis area -il Ma
remova6k from Pratt Street decreased, the n 4-
gtallled--beeause--of--a- lack-oF-- 'unwaittnit s llllMl
funds to pour a concrete slab at the shelter," Dickens said.
for the building, but PAWS has This includes reaching out to
located more than enough local schools to talk' to kids
funding to 'complete the about the responsibilities of pet
project. 'Once that happens, ownership, she said.
Dickens said approximately 80, City commissioners were
percent more animals could be impressed by PAWS work, but
housed, further reducing the, made no commitments to the
number of euthaniizations group's goals.
necessary. '
PAWS also sees the need for
further staffing 'for both animal ...
.control services and kennel
attendance. The greatest of all human
"This is the number one benefits, that, at least,
complaint from citizens we've without which no other
heard from-that they have benefit can be truly
never been able to contact enjoyed, is independence.
anyone when their pets are -Parke Godwin
missing, file a report or check **


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registering
Santa Fe Community
College Andrews Center is
signing up for ,its successful
College for Kids program. ,
The program is open to
students who will be in sixth-
through 10th-grade during the
next school year.
College for Kids will run
A. from July 10 through July 21,
ONthd kids &.can participate in
,"courses of their "choice.
CtCourses this year cover topics
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making, classic and modern
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puppy training, sports and
fitness, fun .with math and'
science, Windows movie
making, CPR, leather working,
scrapbooking, and veterinary
internships.
Tuition for whole and half-
day sessions is $210 and $105,
respectively. Scholarships are


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the boardroom at the Bradford
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U.S. 301 in Starke.
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public, and an agenda -may be
obtained in advance in the
office of the clerk of courts.
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NOTICE OF GENERAL ELECTION
I, Sue M. Cobb, Secretary of State of the State of Florida, do hereby give notice that a
GENERAL ELECTION will be held in BRADFORD County, State of Florida, on the SEVENTH
day of NOVEMBER, A.D., 2006, to fill or retain the following offices:

United States Senator
Representative In Congress: District 6
Governor and Lieutenant Governor
Attorney General
Chief Financial Officer
Commissioner of Agriculture
State Senator: District 14
State Representative: Districts 12 and 21
Supreme Court, Retention of Three Justices
First District Court of Appeal, Retention of Three Judges
Circuit Judge, Eighth Judicial Circuit: Groups 1, 4, and 5
School Board: Districts 1, 2 and 5
County Commissioner: Districts 2 and 4
Bradford Soil and Water Conservation District: Groups 1, 2 and 4


IN Testimony Whereof, I Hereunto
set my hand and affixed the Great
Seat of the State of Florida, at
Tallahassee, The Capital, this
Second day of April, A.D., 2006.



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... I CHURCH


Senior cheerleaders are (I-r) Cortnee Patterson, Jachael Nichols Kacie Darden,
Cassie Padgett, KiKi Sumpter, Britania Jefferson, Cassey Garner, Lauren Martin
and Sarah Lee Fitzpatrick.


Senior Bradford cheerleaders are honored


On March 3,1, the .senior pictures, one from their
cheerleaders, from Bradford--freshman-squad and one from-
High School were honored the senior sqtiad along with a
with a banquet to celebrate goodie bag of treats.
.their accomplishments. All The cheerleaders shared
nine senior cheerleaders were favorite experiences from,
present. .,. .. years of cheering.
The girls "were presented Of the, nine cheerleaders,
with megaphones and five have cheered together for
cheerleader pins for their six years, These cheerleaders
jackets. 'Phey also received a are Sara Lee Fitzpatrick.
framed photo with two Cassey Garner, Cassi Padgett,


Cortnee Patterson and KiKi
Sumter.
- Jachael Nichols has cheered
for four years, -Britan ia
Jefferson has cheered for five
years, Kacie Darden for two
years and Lauren Martin for
three years.
The banquet, which was
pro% ided by the parents, ended
with the seniors performing a'.
cheer.


LCS sets dates for
kindergarten registration


Hope Baptist Church is
hosting a "Fired Up Faith"
Revival through April 30.
Sunday, April 30, services
include family Bible study, 9:45
a.m.; revival services, 11 a.m.
and 6 p.m. Thursday, Friday and
Saturday, April 27-29, services
are at 7 p.m. Evangelist is Jack
Yarbrough from Hinesville, Ga.
"Music will be provided by Don
]Parker from Keystone Heights.
The public is invited. Call (352)
473-4188 for information.
Highland First Baptist
Church in Lautey will present
Calvary's Voice in concert on
Sunday, April 30, at 11 a.m. !
'The concert will be followed by
dinner on the grounds.
ILt. Zion A.M.E. Church of
Lawtey and Pastor Maria T.
Mitchell and will celebrate
"Law Enforcement Day" on
Sunday April 30, at 4 p.m. at
Freewill Missionary Baptist
Church in Lawtey where
Bishop Joenathan Butler is the
pastor. The Honorable Judge
Henry E. Davis will be the
guest preacher. The public is
in' ited.
Bethel Baptist Church, C.R.
230A will have a revival
NMonday-Wednesday, Ma5 8-10.
beginning at 7 p.m. nighti.
Pastor Herb Reavis of North
Jacksonville Baptist Church
%will be the guest speaker. On
May 10, a pizza supper %%ill be
held from 6-7 p.m w ith Pastor


Gary Melvin in charge. Special
music nightly. The public is
invited.
True Vine Ministry will have a
free spring clothing giveaway on
Saturday, April 29, from 9 a.m.
until noon. The church is at 422
N. Saint Clair St. in Starke. The
public is invited. For.
information, call (904) 964-
9264.
Raiford First Baptist Church
will celebrate 102 years of
worshipwith "The Singing
Reflectsons," on Sunday, April
30, at 11 a.m. A love offering
will be received. Lunch will be
served at 1 p.m. following the
services.
New Bethel Baptist Church
will celebrate its Usher.
Anniversary on Friday, April 28,
at 7:30 p.m. For information, call
(904) 964-6919.
Evergreen Baptist Lawtey will
have a spring revival, Sunday
through Wednesday, April 30-
MaN 3. Speaker will be the Rev.
Eddie Blalock. Service times are
Sunday, 10:45 a.m. and 6 p.m..
and week nights at 7 p.m. A
nursery % ill be provided.
ML Zion A.M.E. Church in
Lawte% will have a special
worship service on Sunday. April
30, with the missionaries in
charge. Brother Clinton Jenkins
will be guest speaker and the Mt.
Zion Male Chorus will sing.
Kingsley Lake Baptist Church.


S.R. 16, 2.5 miles west of Camp
Blanding, will offer a children's
musical production of "Sticky
Notes and Bible Quotes," on
Sunday, April 30, at 7 p.m
Admission is free arid local
children from 5 to 11 years old
are invited.,
First Christian Church will
celebrate National Day of
Prayer. "America, Honor God,"
at Veterans Memorial Park in
Starke at 11:45 a.m. on
ThursdayMa, May 4. Bring lawn
chairs: A children and youth
event will take place at the
church, 507 W. Call St. in
Starke from 3-4 p.m. The public
is invited.
The Believer's Ministry, 104A
Edwards Road in Starke invites
the public to a "Seeking God
First" conference, Sunday, April
30, I p.m. at the Bradford
County Fairgrounds, Building
No. 3. The speaker of the hour
is Pastor Melvin Jenkins of
Harvest Time Ministries in
Kissimmee.
Mt.Pisgah A.M.E. will
celebrate its annual Family and
Friends Day on Sunday, April
30, at 11 a.m. and 3 pm. The
public is invited. The Rev.
Glenn Dames is pastor.
Greater Allen Chapel A.M.E.
will sponsor a Healing and
Deliverance Serv ice on Friday.
April 28, at 7 p.m. The public is
invited. The Rev. Dr. Shirley
Watson is pastor.


Ramyah Haile


Be nefit,,

plannedfor

Ramyah Haile
A benefit is planned for
Ranmah Haile, daughter of
Darr)l and Latoria Haile.
Ramnyah was diagnosed in
February with leukemia.
The benefit event will take
place on Saturday, April 29,
beginning at 5- p.m. at
Ebenezer Baptist Church.
The public is invited.
For additional information,
call Sister LaTanya McBride or
Sister Emma Tyson at (904)
964-5770.



'Surviving the
Teenage
Years'

program is
planned
"Surviving the Teenage
Years," a strategy session for,
parents to keep children healthy
and safe, is planned for
Tuesday, May 2, 6:30-8:30
p.m., at Starke Elementary
School.
The adults-only program will
teach parents and guardians to
face 'challenges and dangers
during the teen years, including
marijuana, tobacco, alcohol,
Internet safety,, dating,
bullying, choking game,
suicide and prescription drug
abuse.
The free program is presented
by PACT Prevention Coalition
of St. Johns County and is
sponsored by the School Board
of Bradford County.
The public is invited.
Register one week before the
meeting with Robin Lee at
(904) 966-6813 or (904) 966-
6810.


Local
Witnesses
attend
conclave
Members of the local
congregations of Jehovah's
Witnesses have been busy this
spring.
On April 12, the memorial
of Jesus' death was observed
with more than 97,000
congregations from around the
world.
On April 15 and 16,
Witnesses gathered at the


.Lawtey Community School
will have kindergarten
registration/orientation for
2006 students May 1-5. from 8
a.m. until 2 p.m.
. If your child turns turn 5
years old on or before Sept. 1
and he or she will be attending
LCS, he or she needs to be
registered.
Pre-K students going into
kindergarten next year must
also be registered.
Students should have an.
original birth certificate, a
Social Security card, proof of
physical examination within a
year of starting school on Aug.


1, immunization record of the
currently required shots which
includes varicella (chickenpox)
or disease indicated on form
680. A 911 address is, also :
required.
A kindergarten orientation
will be held on Wednesday.
Ma) 3. from 9:30-11 a.m. in
the school cafeteria. Parents
and children are urged to attend
for teacher information, a
starting school kit, a parent
information booklet and a tour
of the school. '
For information, call the
school office at (904) 966-
6795.


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Join us in celebrating
the graduation of
Dezeree Latoya Clark
from Florida State University
Sunday, April 30, 2006
Bradford County Fairgrounds
3 p.m. .. ''' .
For more information,
please call (904) 769-7843


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Assembly Hall in' Daytona
Beach for a two-day conclave
that featured the theme,
"Clothe Yourselves With The
New Personality." Martin
Harfmann, district overseer for
this area. gave the featured talk
Sunday.
The program also featured a
talk by Terry L. Wagner, who
oversees 19 congregations in
North Florida, that highlighted
the practical nature of the
Bible's counsel in a troubled
world.
In May and June,
congregations will join
together at the O'Connell
Center at the University of
Florida in Gaines' ille for two
.*.large-conventions.
For information on- the
conventions, call -James
Crosley at (904) 966-2414.



Prevatt-
Southerland




May 6
The family of Rowell
Prevatt and Wordna
Southerland Prevatt will have a
-reunion at the Lawtey
Community' Center on
Saturday, May 6, at 3 p.m.
Family and friends are urged
to bring a covered dish.
For information, call Alma
Jean Tulino at (904) 782-3939.



BMS
schedules
majorette
tryouts
Bradford Middle School has
scheduled majorette tryouts for
upcoming sixth- through
eighth-grade students. Lawtey
sixth- through eighth-grade
students are also allowed to
participate.
Tryouts are set for Monday
through Friday, May 8-12,
2:45-4:30 p.m. in the BMS
gymnasium. Closed auditions
will be held May 12 at 3:15
p.m.
Batons will be provided for
tryouts. A routine and
fundamentals will be taught.


VFW to hold
election of

officers on
April 27,
Veterans of Foreign Wars
Post 1016 will hold a special
meeting on Thursday, April
27, at 7 p.m. at the Post Home
in Starke.
,Al- members are encouraged
to attend. Election. of officers
will take place.
Nominations for all.
positions will be accepted up
until the election begins.
Call the post commander at
(904) 368-0447 for information
S.or to be considered for an:
elected position.:.


WORTH NOTING
Bradford-Union Vo-Tech Center
is attempting to offer another 40-
hour child care class over the
summer, but will need 15 enrollees.
Three are currently enrolled. Call
Linda Watson or Mickey Agner at
(904) 966-6780 or (904) 966-6778.
Starke Lions Club meets on the
second and fourth Tuesdays of the
month, 7 p.m., at Western Steer
Steak House in Starke. For
information call Angel Hill, (904)
364-6215.
Veterans with an honorable
discharge who are interested in
reactivating Post #314 are urged to
call 964-5373, Maurice J. White,
anytime after 7 p.m.
A meditation and stress control
workshop is held every Thursday at
6:30 p;m. at the Senior Health Care
Center. Call to register (904) 782-
1069.
Bradford Lodge No. 35 F&AM, at
the comer of Orange and Call
streets, in Starke has slated commu-
nications on the second and fourth
Monday of the month at 7:30 p.m.
and a covered dish dinner on the
second Monday at 6:30 p.m.


Veterans
office hours
will change
The Bradford County
Veterans Service Office hours
have changed to Tuesday and
Thursday from 8 a.m. until 5
p.m. The change is effective
April 25.
For inquiries, call (904) 966-
6385.


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FCAT
Continued from p. 1A X.
Brooker and Hampton tied
the state and district averages,..
each improving a tenth of a
point over last year's
performance.
Lawtey Community School
slipped a tenth of a point from
last year to 3.8, and. also
received the lowest elementary
school score in the district on
Writing' Plus, 283 points
compared, with 296 for the
state and 295 for the district.
.Brooker received the highest
score in the district on Writing
Plus with 304 points.. Starke
and Southside also exceeded
the state and district averages
with 297 and .298 points,,
respectively.
Hampton Elementary scored-
293.
Starke Elementary also had'
the highest, percentage of'
fourth-graders pass FCAT
writing.,by earning at lest 3.5
on the essay.

School % passing
Broker 74
Hampton 83
Lawtey 78 .
Starke 84
Southside 76
District 79

Eighth grade
Eighth-graders across the
state averaged 4,0 points on
FCAT essay writing. In
Bradford County, the score
was 3.6, which was still an
improvement over last year's
S3.5.
Lawtey Community School
eighth-graders scored .. an
average 3.9 points on the test,
matching last year's group.
Bradford Middle School's
.average was up to 3.6 points
from 3.4.
not on par with the state's 295
point average. Lawtey
Community School's average
was 280. but Bradford Middle
School, and therefore the
district, came in at 270 points.
Only 65 percent of eighth-
graders countrywide passed
FCAT writing with a score of
3.5 or above.


School % passing
Lawtey 69
BMS 65
District 65

Tenth grade
Tenth-graders at Bradford
High School fell below the


stale average and did
well as last year's c
year's 3.4 point score
tenths of a point lowe
year and the only a
fall below passing.
percent of this yea
earned a passing
compared to .72 pe
year.
Writing Plus sco
lower for Bradfo
graders as well. They
271 to the state avera

School % pas
BHS 56

Statewide, four
and eighth-graders
FCAT writing by
percentage than last
fourth grade, the p
jumped from 74 to 7
which is up from
percent passing inr
eighth grade the inc
even larger., from 7
last year to 83 percent
.In 1999, only 51 p
eighth-graders were
pass the test.
Tenth-graders -sli
percentage point I
year, with 78 percei
the test this year.
percent passed the tes


Lawtey
Athletic

Association

makes

dreams come

true
- The- -La-wley Athletic"
Association's Dreams Come
True Minor League
Invitational swings into action
Friday through Sunday, April
28-30. at Lawtey Community
School's Brandon Brown Field,
Teams, consisting of
children ages 7-10 and
representing all parts of the
area. will be pla ing. Trophies
will be awarded for first- and
second-place teams. Proceeds
from the invitational will
benefit Dreams Come True, the
First Coast's only locally based
nonprofit organization
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LEGALS


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 04-2006-CA-161
CIVIL ACTION
CHASE HOME FINANCE LtLC,
Plaintiff,
vs.
THE UNKNOWN -IFIRz.
DEVISEES, GRANTEES,.
ASSIGNEES, LIENORS,
CREDITORS, TRUSTEES, OR
OTHER CLAIMANTS CLAIMING
BY, THROUGH, UNDER TAMMY L
OLIVE A/K/A TAMMY LENORE
OLIVE, DECEASED, et al,
Defendantss.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO:
JAMES M. SKELTON
D/B/A ADVENTURE LAND VIDEO
LAST KNOWN ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN
CURRENT i'DDRE L,
UNKNOWN .
SWILl.1A': .,ARIETi' STORE
LAT KIOWrN ADDRESS: ,
UNKNOWN
CURRENT ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN
YOU AREr NOTIFIED that an action
i.:, r..re.:l.,:.- a mortgage on the
i.:.n,.,,. ng property in BRADFORD
County, Florida: .
IOT..83, ON OAK'. AVENUE INI
CRYSTAL LAKE HOE.1ESITES,
ACC:.,RCie~. G TO THE PLAT
THEHECF A:, RECORDED IN
PLAT lOO., 3, P..GE 6 OF THE
PUBLIC RECr',RDS OF
BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA.-
a.e required o serve a cnoipy ol your
'.rirlledr ieln' iietriirn 30i days aner
Itrl hr.I pur.L w ,ri3 i3ri I ao r or,
CE,'rp- n3rrti.i : 1i1 ., Stia .,'i3rski,
Plninlis'- in,.,hrr'e,. ,,'r: oe? address ,i
1i 1', Corpura.,o t Lake Drive, Suile
'':i, Tarnpa Fi:rnda 33-634. and file
r'r,- ,rir.nli .itri ihis Court either,.
.6'.:.re- ser.,ce ri Plainiifis attorney
or immediately' iri-ianer .ineriwse
a default will be irierejd .garnsi you
for the reli te nirriand-d p in nhe
Complaint or petition.
WITNESS rnm n3rd .vrj in .eal of
this Court on this .12th day ol April,
2006.
Ray Norman
Clerk of the Court
By: ,Carol Williams
As Deputy Clerk
Echevarria, Codilis & Stawiarski
P.O. Box 25018 -.
Tampa Florida 33622-5018
F06002897
If you are a person with 'a disability
who needs any ,accommodation in
order to participate in this proceeding,
you are entitled, at no cost to you, to
the provis;i.:.fr ,'.i ..riairn assistance.
Please cc'rn.G iOthe C-ILrk. OI Court,
f,',.j.1:.,rJ C.:.uiil', ,:Curlnr,.use Starke,
FI. l *'q,?4. ?,i4.l',^ within'2 *,-.rx n.ing
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'IN THE CIRCUIT O)F THE 8th
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA.
IN AND FOF. BRADFORD
C COUNTY.
Case #: 05-CA-346
WASHINGTON MUTUAL BANK


Plainti,
KELLY R MILLER AND KIMBERLY
C. MILLER, HIS WIFE, STANLEY R..
MILLER AND DALE ELAINE "'""'
MILLER, HIS WIFE, UNKNOWN .v:
PARTIES IN POSSESSION #1; 10
UNKNOWN PARTIES IN
POSSESSION 2. IF LIVING. AND
ALL UNKNOWN PARTIES
CLAIMING BY. THROUGH,
UNDER AND AGAINST THE
ABOVE NAMED DEFENDANTSS)'
"/HO ARE NOT KNOWN TO BE
DEAD OR ALIVE, WHETHER SAID,
UNKNOWN PARTIES MAY CLAIM
AN INTEREST AS SPOUSES,
HEIRS DEVISEES GRANTEES.
OR OTHER CLAIMANTS
Delfendant(s)
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant lo an Order of Final
Judgment of Foreclosure dated Apnril-
12. 2006. entered in Civil Case No.-'
05.CA-346 of the Circuil Court of the
81r, Judicial Circuit in and for
Bradford County, Florida, wherein "
WASHINGTON MUTUAL BANK..
Plaintifl and KELLY R MILLER AND
KIMBERLY C. MILLER. HIS WIFE
AND STANLEY R MILLER AND-
DALE ELAINE MILLER. HIS WIFE
are defendanifs). I will sell to the
highest and best bidder for cash, IN'
THE LOBBY AT THE FRONT,:
DOOR OF THE BRADFOROLD.
COUNTY COURTHOUSE;-
LOCATED AT 945 NORTH.,
TEMPLE AVENUE, .STARKE,!.
BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA.
AT 11.00 A.M on May 11. 2006, the .'
following described property as seti.
forth in said Final Judgment, to-wt: .
A PARCEL OF LAND LYING IN-.
THE WEST HALF OF.'
NORTHWEST QUARTER OF THE,
NORTHWEST QUARTER OF_-
SECTION 23, TOWNSHIP 6-&
SOUTH. RANGE 22 EAST.
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA;
SAID PARCEL BEING MORE
PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED ASD-
FOLLOWS- -
COMMENCE AT A FOUND 1"',.
IRON ROD LOCATED AT THE"
NORTHWEST CORNER OF THE.,:.
NORTHWEST QUARTER OF THE.'
NORTHWEST QUARTER OF SAID
SECTION 23 AND RUN NORTH 89
DEGREES 57 MINUTES 28--
SECONDS EAST, AS A BASIS OF
BEARINGS. ALONG THE NORTH.--
LINE OF THE NORTHWEST'
QUARTER OF THE NORTHWEST *
QUARTER OF SAID SECTION 23,
FOR A DISTANCE OF 668.26 FEET-
TO A FOUND 1/2" IRON ROD',.1
LOCATED AT THE NORTHEAST',-
CORNER OF THE WEST HALF OF -.
THE NORTHWEST HALF OF THE-.'
NORTHWEST QUARTER OF SAID -.
SECTION 23, THENCE SOUTH 00.
DEGREES 31 MINUTES 19
SECONDS EAST. ALONG THE
EAST LINE OF THE WEST HALF
OF THE NORTHWEST QUARTER :.
OF THE NORTHWEST QUARTER.,.
OF SAID SECTION 23, FOR A.,
DISTANCE OF 509.98 FEET TO A
FOUND 1/2" IRON ROD FOR THE
POINT OF BEGINNING. FROM
THE POINT OF BEGINNING THUS
DESCRIBED CONTINUE SOUTH.
00 DEGREES 31 MINUTES 19.
SECONDS EAST, ALONG SAID
EAST LINE, FOR A DISTANCE OF. ,.
222.00 FEET TO A SET 1/2- 0ON
ROD, THENCE RUN SOUTH 89 -
DEGREES 57 MINUTES 28 ;.,
SECONDS WEST, PARALLEL
WITH SAID NORTH LINE OF THE
NORTHWEST QUARTER OF THE ,
NORTHWEST QUARTER, FOR A
DISTANCE OF 420 00 FEET TO A
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LEGALS
SET 1/2" IRON ROD; THENCE
RUN NORTH 00 DEGREES 31
MINUTES 19 SECONDS WEST,
PARALLEL WITH SAID EAST LINE
OF THE WEST HALF OF THE
NORTHWEST QUARTER OF THE
NORTHWEST QUARTER. FOR A
DISTANCE OF 222.00 FEET TO A
FOUND 1/2' IRON ROD: THENCE
RUN NORTH 89 DEGREES 57
MINUTES 28 SECONDS EAST,
PARALLEL WITH SAID NORTH
LINE OF THE NORTHWEST
QUARTER OF THE NORTHWEST
QUARTER, FOR A DISTANCE OF
S420.00 FEET TO THE POINT OF
BEGINNING.
SUBJECT TO A 30 FOOT
EASEMENT FOR INGRESS AND
EGRESS ALONG THE EASTERLY
30 FEET THEREOF.
SUBJECT- TO AND TOGETHER
WITH A 30 FOOT EASEMENT FOR
INGRESS AND EGRESS; SAID
EASEMENT BEING MORE
PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS
FOLLOWS:. -
COMMENCE AT A FOUND 1"
IRON ROD LOCATED AT THE
NORTHWEST CORNER OF THE
NORTHWEST QUARTER OF THE
NORTHWEST QUARTER OF SAID
SECTION 23 AND RUN NORTH 89
DEGREES 57 MINUTES 28
SECONDS EAST, AS A BASIS OF
BEARINGS ALONG THE NORTH
LINE OF SAID NORTHWEST
QUARTER OF NORTHWEST
QUARTER. FOR A DISTANCE OF
668.26 FEET TO A FOUND 1/2'
IRON ROD LOCATED AT THE
NORTHEAST CORNER OF THE
WEST HALF OF THE
NORTHWEST QUARTER OF THE
NORTHWEST QUARTER OF SAID
SECTION 23 FOR THE POINT OF
BEGINNING. FROM -THE POINT
OF BEGINNING THUS
DESCRIBED RUN SOUTH 00
DEGREES'31' MINUTES 19
SECONDS. EAST, ALONG THE
EAST LINE OF THE WEST HALF
OP THE NORTHWEST QUARTER
OP THE NORTHWEST QUARTER
OF SAID SECTION 23, FOR A
DISTANCE OF 731.98 FEET TO A
SET 1/2" IRON ROD: THENCE
RUN SOUTH 89 DEGREES 57
MINUTES 28 SECONDS WEST,
PARALLEL WITH SAID NORTH
LINE, FOR A DISTANCE OF 30.00
FEET. THENCE RUN NORTH 00
DEGREES 31 MINUTES 19
SECONDS WEST, PARALLEL
WITH SAID EAST LINE, FOR A
DISTANCE OF 731.98 FEET TO
SAID NORTH LINE OF
NORTHWEST QUARTER OF THE
NORTHWEST QUARTER:
THENCE RUN NORTH 89
DEGREES 57 MINUTES 28
SECONDS EAST, ALONG SAID
NORTH LINE, FOR A DISTANCE
OF 30.00 FEET TO THE POINT OF
BEGINNING.
THE ABOVE DESCRIBED PARCEL
BEING A PORTION OF LANDS
DESCRIBED AND RECORDED IN
OFFICIAL RECORD BOOK 894,
PAGES 96 AND 97 OF SAID
COUNTY. TOGETHER WITH A
MOBILE HOME PERMANENTLY
AFFIXED THEREON. YEAR: 2002:
MODEL: MERIT; VIN #:
FLHMLCF163725153A AND
FLHMLCF163725153B.
IF YOU ARE A PERSON WITH A
DISABILITY WHO NEEDS ANY
AC QP NQTQ ORDERB
TO PA IN TIS
PROCEEDING, YOU ARE
ENTITLED, AT NO COST TO YOU.
TO THE PROVISION OF CERTAIN
ASSISTANCE. PLEASE CONTACT
BRADFORD COUNTY
COURTHOUSE, 945 NORTH
TEMPLE AVENUE, P.O. BOX B,
STARKE, FL 32091 WITHIN 2
WORKING DAYS OF YOUR
RECEIPT OF THIS NOTICE OF
SALE: IF YOU ARE HEARING
IMPAIRED CALL: 1-800-955-8771;:
IF YOU ARE VOICE IMPAIRED
CALL 1-800-955-8770.
DATED at STARKE, Florida, this
12th day of Apnl, 2006.
RAY NORMAN
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
Bradford County, Florida
BY:'Carol Williams
Deputy Clerk
Attorney for Plaintiff
SShapiro &Fishman, LLP
Woodland Corporate Center
4505 Woodland Corp. Blvd.
Suite 100
Tampa, Flonda 33614
(813) 880-8888
4/202tchg.4/27
IN THE CIRCUIT OF THE 8th
JUDICIAL CIRCUITOF FLORIDA,
IN AND FOR BRADFORD
COUNTY
Case #: 05-CA-0615
OLD STANDARD LIFE
INSURANCE COMPANY,
Plaintiff
-vs.-
ESTATE OF MINNIE TYSON.
DECEASED; UNKNOWN HEIRS,
DEVISEES, GRANTEES,
ASSIGNEES, CREDITORS,
LIENORS AND TRUSTEES OF
MINNIE TYSON, DECEASED, AND
ALL OTHER PERSONS CLAIMING
BY; THROUGH, UNDER AND
AGAINST THE NAMED
DEFENDANTSS; VALARIA
O'NEAL; VANESSA TYSON;
ALPHONSO TYSON;
HARRINGTON CHANDLER:
ALTEMEASE CHANDLER;
UNKNOWN PARTIES IN
POSSESSION #1; IFLIVING, AND
ALL UNKNOWN PARTIES
CLAIMING BY, THROUGH,
UNDER AND AGAINST THE
ABOVE NAMED DEFENDANTS)
WHO ARE NOT KNOWN TO BE
DEAD OR ALIVE, WHETHER SAID
UNKNOWN PARTIES MAY CLAIM
AN INTEREST AS SPOUSES,
HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES,
OR OTHER CLAIMANTS
Defendantss.
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN


pursuant to an Order of Final
Judgment of Foreclosure dated April
13, 2006, entered in Civil Case No.
05-CA-0615 of the Circuit Court of
the 8th Judicial Circuit in and for
Bradford County, Florida, wherein
OLD STANDARD- LIFE
INSURANCE COMPANY, Plaintiff
and ESTATE OF MINNIE TYSON,
DECEASED; UNKNOWN HEIRS,
DEVISEES, GRANTEES,
ASSIGNEES, CREDITORS,
IAENORS AND TRUSTEES OF
SMINNIE TYSON, DECEASED, AND
ALL OTHER PERSONS CLAIMING
BY, THROUGH, UNDER AND,
AGAINST THE NAMED
DEFENDANTSS; VALARIA
ONEAL; VANESSA TYSON;
ALPHONSO TYSON are
defendantss, I will sell to the highest
and best bidder for cash, IN THE
LOBBY AT THE FRONT DOOR OF
THE BRADFORD COUNTY
COURTHOUSE. LOCATED AT 945


NORTH TEMPLE AVENUE.
STARKE, BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA AT 11.00 A.M.. on May
11, 2006 the following described
property as set forth in said Final
Judgment, to-wit:
LOTS 3 AND 4, BLOCK 30 IN
LIVINGSTON. TRUBY AND
COMPANY'S SUBDIVISION OF
THE NORTHEAST QUARTER OF
THE NORTHEAST QUARTER OF
SECTION 28, TOWNSMP 6
SOUTH, RANGE 22 EAST,
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IF YOU ARE A PERSON WITH A
DISABILITY WHO NEEDS ANY
ACCOMMODATION IN ORDER
TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS
PROCEEDING, YOU ARE
ENTITLED, AT NO COST TO YOU,
TO THE PROVISION OF CERTAIN
ASSISTANCE. PLEASE CONTACT
BRADFORD COUNTY
COURTHOUSE, 945 NORTH
TEMPLE AVENUE, P.O. BOX B,
STARKE, FL 32091 WITHIN, 2
WORKING DAYS OF YOUR
RECEIPT OF THIS NOTICE OF
SALE: IF YOU ARE HEARING
IMPAIRED CALL: 1-800-955-8771;
IF YOU ARE VOICE IMPAIRED
CALL 1-800-955-8770.
DATED at STARKE, Florida, this
13th day of Apnril. 2006.
RAY NORMAN
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
Bradford County, Florida
By. Carol Williams
As Deputy Clerk
ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF
SHAPIRO & FISHMAN. LLP
WOODLAND CORPORATE
CENTER
4505 WOODLAND CORP. BLVD.
SUITE 100
TAMPA, FLORIDA 33614
(813) 880-8888
4/20 2tchg. 4/27
NOTICE OF SPECIAL
MEETING
The Board of Commissioners of the
Northwest Florida Regional Housing
Authority will hold its Annual Meeting
April 27, 2006, Ramada Inn North,
2900 North Monroe St., Tallahassee,
Florida. Meeting will begin at 1:00
P.M., E.S.T. The meeting will be
open to the public.
S4/20 2tchg. 4/27

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO: 06-210-CA
DAVID J. CREWS individually and
as trustee of the DAVID J. CREWS
REVOCABLE LIVING TRUST,
Plaintiff,
vs.
CLARENCE F. RHODEN, LENORA
DEAN RHODEN, PAUL C
NUGENT, and CAROL A. NUGENT.
and any and all other persons
claiming by, through, under, or
against them. and all unknown natural
persons, if alive, and their several
and respective unknown creditors.
and all other parties claiming by,
through, under or against them, and. if
dead, or not known to be dead or
alive, their several and respective
estates, unknown spouses, heirs,
grantees. and creditors, lienors or
other parties claiming by, through.
under, or against-those unknown
natural persons, and the several and
respective unknown assigns,
trustees, creditors, successors in
interest, lienors or any other party
claiming by, through, under, or
against any corporation, existing or
dissolved, or other legal entity named
as a defendant, and all claimants,
persons or parties, natural or
corporate, or whose exact legal
status is unknown, claiming under
any of the above named or descnbed
defendants or parties, or claiming to
have any right, title or interest in and
to the lands hereinafter described;
Defendants.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: CLARENCE F. RHODEN,
LENORA DEAN RHODEN, PAUL
C. NUGENT and CAROL A.
NUGENT
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action
of COMPLAINT has been filed
regarding property in Bradford
County, Starke, Flonda, in the above
styled Court and you are required to
serve a copy of your written response
to ROBERT E. BOONE, PA., at P.O.
Box 1028, Starke, Florida 32091, on
or before 22nd day of May, 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.
WITNESS my hand and official seal'
of this Court on the 18th day of April.
2006.
CAROL WILLIAMS,
Clerk of the Court
ROBERT E. BOONE
ROBERT E. BOONE, P.A.
P.O. Box 1028
Starke. FL 32091
TEL 904-964-5100
FAX- 904-964-5101
Florida Bar No. 0122970
Attorney for the Plaintiff
4/20 4tchg.5/11
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OFTHE
8TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND
S FOR BRADFORD COUNTY
FLORIDA
CIVIL DIVISION
CASE NO: 04-2005-CA-606
CHASE HOME FINANCE, LLC.,.,
Plaintiff,
vs.
BRYAN A. ROSIER, UNKNOWN
SPOUSE OF BRYAN A. ROSIER;
JOHN DOE; JANE DOE AS
UNKNOWN TENANT (S) IN
POSSESSION OF THE SUBJECT
PROPERTY,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to a Final Judgment of
foreclosure dated the 29th day of
March, 2006, and entered in Case
No. 04-2005-CA-606, of the Circuit
Court of the 8TH Judicial Circuit in
and for Bradford County, Florida,
wherein CHASE HOME FINANCE,
LLC is the Plaintiff and BRYAN A.


ROSIER; UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF
BRYAN A. ROSIER; JOHN DOE;
JANE DOE AS UNKNOWN
TENANT (S) IN POSSESSION OF
THE SUBJECT PROPERTY are
defendants. I will sell to the highest
and best bidder for cash at the EAST
FRONT DOOR at the Bradford
County Courthouse, in STARKE,
Florida, at 11:00 a.m. on the 4th day
of May, 2006, the following described
property as set forth in said Final
Judgment, to wit:
LOT 6, BLOCK 25, ORIGINAL
TOWN OF STARKE, SECTION 28,
TOWNSHIP 6 SOUTH, RANGE 22
EAST, ACCORDING TO MAP OR
PLAT RECORDED IN DEED BOOK
N, PAGE 759 OF THE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF BRADFORD
COUNTY, FLORIDA.


ADVERTISEMENT I
PROJECT:
New River Regional Land
Cell 5 Construction
24638 NE 156th Street
Raiford, Flonda 32083-06
OWNER:
New River Solid Waste As
P.O. Box 647
Raiford, Florida 32083-06
ENGINEER:
Darabi and Associates, Inc
730 NE Waldo Road
Gainesville, Florida 32641
Telephone (352) 376-6533
Fax: (352) 377-3166
WORK DESCRIPTION
The Project is located a
River Regional
approximately 2.5 mile
Raiford, Florida. on the e
State Road 121.
The Work of this project
consists of a Class
expansion including insta
double-composite bot
system consisting of
geomembranes, geoc
geonet, geogrid, geote
material and installation
drainage layer. The work
include testing, surveying,
drawings, as required by
Department of Envir
Protection (DEP).
The Opinion of Probable C
Cost is $1.2 million to $1.8
All work shall be in accor
the construction
specifications, and
documents.
RECEIPT OF BIDS
Documents and drawing
examined at Darabi and
Inc. between 8:00 A.M an
Monday through Friday.
Copies of the documn
drawings may be obtained
Engineer's office for $15
which constitutes the
reproduction and handling
shall be made payab
Engineer. Payment
refundable.
Bids shall be complete
enclosed Bid Form as set
Instructions to Bidders ani
be in compliance with tl
Documents. Sealed bi
received at the New Rive
Landfill until 2:00 P.M. (ES
26, 2006, at which time ar
bids will be opened.
received after the specific
date will not be consider
prospective bidders on the
plan holder's list may subi
A mandatory pre-bid conf
be held May 12, 2006 at
(EST) at the New Rive
Landfill. Failure to atte
conference, will re
disqualification of pr
bidders.
For further inform
clarification, contact Jaso
at the Engineer's office at
6533 ext 5306.

CALL FOR BID
Community State Bank is
sealed bids on a 2001 0
Bravada 4 wheel drive. Th
be accepting bids from Api
until May 5, 2006 at 1
Anyone interested in bidd
vehicle, please bring seal
give to Shands Howar
Harper. (CSB has all righ
bids).

NOTICE OF PUI
HEARING
NOTICE IS HEREBY G
proposed ordinance 2006
title appears below,
considered for enactmi
Town Council of the
Brooker, on May 9, 200
p.m., or as soon thereafter
heard. at Citv Hall, Brook


I ~


FOR BID IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
fill THE STATE OF FLORIDA, IN AND
FOR BRADFORD COUNTY
CASE NO. 2006-CA-174
47 CIVIL DIVISION
association GREEN TREE SERVICING LLC
association F/K/A CONSECO FINANCE
SERVICING CORP..
47 Plaintiff,
vs.
BILLY J. RANSOM; THE
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF BILLY J.
RANSOM; MISTY RANSOM; THE
3 UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF MISTY
RANSOM; IF LIVING, INCLUDING
ANY UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF
at the New SAID DEFENDANTSS, IF
Landfill, REMARRIED, AND IF DECEASED,
s north of THE RESPECTIVE UNKNOWN
Bast side of HEIRS, DEVISEES. GRANTEES,
ASSIGNEES, CREDITORS,
t generally LIENORS, AND TRUSTEES, AND
I landfill ALL OTHER PERSONS CLAIMING
illation of a BY, THROUGH, UNDER OR
tom liner AGAINST THE NAMED
two (2) DEFENDANTSS; UNKNOWN
omposite, TENANT #1; UNKNOWN TENANT
sxtile, and #2;
of the sand Defendant(s).
k shall also NOTICE OF ACTION
and record TO: BILLY J. RANSOM; THE
the Florida UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF BILLY J.
ronmental RANSOM; MISTY RANSOM; THE
constructionn UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF MISTY
8 miln. RANSOM; IF LIVING, INCLUDING
dance wmillion.h ANY UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF
dancewisth SAID DEFENDANTSS, IF
drawings; REMARRIED. AND IF DECEASED,
contract THE RESPECTIVE UNKNOWN
HEIRS, DEVISEES. GRANTEES,
s may be ASSIGNEES, CREDITORS,
ssocates, LIENORS, AND TRUSTEES, AND
d 5:00 P.M ALL OTHER PERSONS CLAIMING
BY, THROUGH, UNDER OR
nents and AGAINST THE NAMED
d from the DEFENDANT(S);
5d from the Whose residence are/is unknown.
50 per YOU ARE HEREBY required to file
g. Checks your answer or written defenses, if
le to the any, in the above proceeding with the
,s non- Clerk of this Court, and to serve a
is no- copy thereof upon the plaintiff's
ed on the attorney, whose name and address
forth in the appears hereon, on or before May 29.
d otherwise 2006 the nature of this proceeding
he Bidding being a suit for foreclosure of
ds will be mortgage against the following
ds will be described property, to wit:
r Regional A PARCEL OF LAND LYING IN
ST) on May THE SOUTHWEST 1/4 OF THE
id place a NORTHWEST 1/4 OF SECTION 31,
Any Bids TOWNSHIP 7 SOUTH, RANGE 22
red. Otime anl EAST, BRADFORD COUNTY,
Engineer'sly FLORIDA; SAID PARCEL BEING
Engineer'sbid. MORE PARTICULARLY
ferencewill DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS:
2:00 P.M. COMMENCE AT A FOUND 1/2"
r Regional IRON ROD LOCATED AT THE
ndre-bd NORTHEAST CORNER OF THE
ndpre-bd SOUTHWEST 1/4 '0F THE
result iv. NNO'RTHWEST ,1/4, AND'iRUN
ospective.-. SOUTH 88' 48"23"' WEST, AS A
action or BASIS OF BEARING, ALONG THE
n Timmons NORTH LINE OF SAID
(57 SOUTHWEST 1/4 OF
(352) 376- NORTHWEST 1/4 FOR A
DISTANCE OF 126.58 FEET TO A
4/27 ltchg. SET 1/2" IRON ROD FOR THE
POINT OF BEGINNING. FROM
DS THE POINT OF BEGINNING THUS
s accepting DESCRIBED RUN SOUTH 02 44'
Oldsmobile 38" EAST FOR A DISTANCE OF
ie bank will 291.82 FEET TO A SET 1/2" IRON
Ai 26,2006 ROD: THENCE RUN NORTH 89
12:00 p.m. 54' 12 WEST FOR A DISTANCE
ing on this OF 354.92 FEET TO A SET 1/2"
ed bid and IRON ROD LOCATED ON THE
d or Fate EASTERLY RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE
is to refuse OF C.S.X. TRANSPORTATION
RAILROAD; THENCE RUN
4/27 l tchg. NORTH 17 45' 22 EAST ALONG
IC ~SAID EASTERLY RIGHT-OF-WAY
BLIC LINE FOR A DISTANCE OF 299.98
IVN tha FEET TO A FOUND 1/2" IRON
"1VEN that ROD LOCATED ON THE NORTH
-01 whose LINE OF SAID SOUTHWEST 1/4
will be OF NORTHWEST 1/4; THENCE
ent by the RUN NORTH 88 48' 23" EAST
Town of ALONG SAID NORTH LINE FOR A
D6, at 7:00 DISTANCE OF 249.52 FEET TO
as may be THE POINT OF BEGINNING.
,er, Florida. PSRFRVING THF ROIITHERLY


NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
RAY'S AUTO REPAIR gives Notice
of Foreclosure of Lien and intent to


John E. Maines IV, Esquire
City Attorney
Hampton, Florida
4/27 ltchg.


[]133It's at"- ,J:, yucn obt ter a
Ef. MAR'ST!.
E m34 W. Call St.


Person with Disabilities requesting
reasonable accommodation to
participate in this proceeding should
contact the AVA Coordinator at (904)
374-3639 Voice/TDD or Via Florida
Relay Service at 800-955-8771 at 945
N. Temple Avenue, Starke, FL 32091
Dated this 29th day of March, 2006.
RAY NORMAN
Clerk Of The Circuit Court
By: Carol Williams
Deputy Clerk
Submitted by:
Law Office of Marshall C. Watson
1800 NW49th Street Suite 120
Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33309
Telephone: (954) 453-0365
Facsimile: (954) 771-6052
4/20 2tchg. 4/27


A copy. of the proposed ordnance
may be inspectedby any member.o-
the public at City Hall, Brooker,
Ronda. Anyone wishing to be heard
should appear at the meeting.
ORDINANCE NO. 2006-01
AN ORDINANCE OF THE TOWN
OF BROKER, FLORIDA,
REPEALING ORDINANCES 2005-
02, 2005-03, RELATING TO THE
IMPOSITION OF FEES FOR
VARIANCE LAND USE
APPLICATIONS AND PERMITS,
REPEALING ALL OTHER
ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT
HEREWITH, AND PROVIDING AN
EFFECTIVE DATE.
Charlene Thomas
Clerk
4/27l tchg.


:.iE' ET '' TF O, FQ- 7 ll these vehicles on 05/22/2006,
IGRESS.- ,-EGRESS.. .AND' 09:30 a.m. at P.O. BOX 2229
INGRESS, ER.A.PURE SS KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, FL 32656-
TOGETHER R ITH AND SUBJECT 2229 pursuant to subsection 713 78 of
TO A 30.00 FOO T EASEMENT FOR the Florida Statutes. RAY'S AUTO
TOINGRESS, FOOTEGRESS, EM AND REPAIR reserves the right to accept
GENERALSS, ROAD PURPOSES or reject any and/or all bids.
BEING MORE PARTICULARLY NND1984DATSUN
DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: 2FAC1984 DATSP73F9MX111242
.COMMENCE AT A FOUND 1/2" 1991 FORD
IRON ROD LOCATED AT THE. 1991 FORD 427 2tchg 5/4
NORTHEAST CORNER OF THE 427 2tchg 5/4
SOUTHWEST 1/4 OF THE NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
NORTHWEST 1/4 AND RUN ED'-S AUTOMOTIVE, LLC gives
SOUITH 88 48'23" WEST, AS A Notice of Foreclosure of Lien and
BASIS OF BEARLING, ALONG THE intent to sell these vehicles on May
NORTH LINE OF SAID 30, 2006, 8 am., at 2163 N. TEMPLE
SOUTHWEST 1/4 OF AVE., STARKE, FL 32091-1966,
DINORTHWEST 126 FOR A pursuant tosubsection 713 78 of the
DISTANCE OF 126.58 FEET TO A Florida Statutes. ED'S
SET 1/2 IRNU ONU ROD; THENCE AUTOMOTIVE, LLC reserves the
WEST ALONG SAID NORTH LIE right to accept or reject any and/or all
FOR A DISTANCE OF 249.52 FEET bids. 66P6759672
TO A FOUND 1/2" IRON ROD 123CHEVROLETMR2466P6759672
LOCATED AT THE EASTERLY 2G1FP32PXS220351
RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF C.S.X. 1995 CHEVROLET
TRANSPORTATION RAILROAD; 4/272tchg.5/4
THENCE RUN SOUTH 17 45' 22- 4 27 chg. 5/4
WEST ALONG SAID EASTERLY PUBLIC AUCTION
RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE FOR A Ron Denmark Mini Storage will hold
ISTN E O F TTO E a Public Auction on Friday, May 5,
SETI 1/2" IRON ROD FOR THE 2006, at 10a.m. at 2117 N. Temple
EASEMENT. FROM THE POINT Ave.. Starke, Fla. on the following
OF BEGINNING THUS storage units containing personal
DESCRIBED RUN SOUTH 8954 it Belonging to T. Bamhartms
12' EAST FOR A DISTANCE OF #793- Belonging to T. BaMhart
379.44 FEET TO A SET 1/2" IRON #34 Belonging to M. Miller
ROD; THENCE RUN SOUTH 02 #56 Belonging to L. Hall tchg. 5/4
44'38" EAST FOR A DISTANCE OF 4/27 2tc. 5
30.04 FEET TO A SET 1/2" IRON NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
ROD; THENCE RUN NORTH 89 SPRATLIN TOWING AND
54' 12" WEST FOR A DISTANCE RECOVERY, INC. gives notice of
IROF 358ROD.99 FEE TH TO A SET 1RUN foreclosure of lien and intent to sell
IRON ROD; THENCE45' 22" WRUNST the following vehicles on May 22,
SOUTH 17A 45' 22I WEST 2006, at 10 a.m. at 18536 W. U.S.
PARALLEL WITH SAID EASTER .X Hwy. 301 N., Starke, Fla. pursuant to
RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF C.S subsection 713.78 of Florida Statutes.
TRANSPORTATION RAILROAD Spratlin Towing reserves the right to
FOR A DISTANCE OF 454.96 FEET accept or reject any and all bids.
TO A SET 1/2" IRON ROD; 2001 Ford p-150
THENCE RUN SOUTH-89 54' 12 1FMDA31XRZB51696
EAST FOR A DISTANCE OF 107.59 1996 FMDodA31 XRZBepid696
FEET TO A SET 1/2" IRON ROD; 1B3HD46Tntrep154576
THENCE RUN SOUTH 00 05' 48 1993 MercuHDTTF Sable
WEST FOR A DISTANCE OF 30.00 1M993ELMercury S4PA664368
FEET TO A FOUND 1/2" IRON 1997VMELM50PA
ROD; THENCE RUN NORTH 89 1997VW6Jetta
54' 12" WEST FOR A DISTANCE 3VWVA81H6VM035682
OF 148.62 FEET TO A FOUND 1/2- 1993 Ford Tempo
IRON ROD LOCATED ON SAID 2FAPP36X2PB124737
EASTERLY RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE 4/27 2tchg. 54
OF C.S.X. TRANSPORTATION NOTICE OF PROPOSED
RAILROAD:; THENCE RUN ENACTMENT OF
NORTH 17 45' 22" EAST ALONG ORDINANCE BY CITY
SAID EASTERLY RIGHT-OF-WAY COUNCILHAMPTON
LINE FOR A DISTANCE OF 517.93 FLORIDA
FEET TO THE POINT OF NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
THBEGINNING. ABOVE DESCRIBED PARCEL proposed Ordinance Number 06.01,
THEDABOVE DESCRIBED PARCEL E w ^ herein e ill
AND EASEMENT BEING which title hereinafter appears, will
PORTIONS OF LANDS be considered Ior enactment (second
RECORDED IN OFFICIAL reading) on Tuesday, May 2,2006, at
RECORDS BOOK 873, PAGES 487 the pity Council meeting starting at 7
ANRECORDS BOOK SAID873, PAGES 487COUNTY. p.m. at the City Hall in Hampton. A
TOGETHER WITH EASEMENTS copy of said Ordinance may be
GE R EAinspected by any member of the
AS DESCRIBED AND RECORDED public at the Office of the Clerk of the
873, PAGES 489 AND 490 OF SAID Council in the City Hall, Hampton,
COUNTY. D 0 OF SID Florida. On the date first above
TO INCLUDE A DOUBLE WIDE NTY. mentioned, all interested parties may
MOBILE HOME TITLE NUMBER appear and be heard with respect to
847809 89M T VUINE the proposed Ordinance.
8 4780298A94, VIN ORDINANCE NUMBER 06-01
FLHMLCF164624848A; 84781144 AN ORDINANCE REPEALING
VIN FLHMLCF164624848B. ORDINANCE 99-01, AND
Tonclud2002 MERIT, VIN FLMLCF ESTABLISHING RATES AND
2002 MERIT, VIN FLIMLCF CHARGES FOR THE
164624848A and 84780989 2002 FURNISHING OF WATER
10150, VIN FLHMLCF164624848B SEURNISHING FROM THE WATER
and,84781:144A/K/A 5811 SE86TH-- SERVICESTEM OFROM THE ITY
STREET HAMPTON FL 32044.f PROVIDINGSYSTEM OF THE CITY;NS
you fall to file-your.answevroL.written APPLICABLE-tF. T SE- O" '
defenses in the above proceeding on SUCH WATER SYSTEM;
plaintiff's attorney; a default will be PROVIDING PENALTIES;
entered against you for the relief REPEALING ALL ORDINANCES IN
demanded n the Complaint or CONFLICT; PROVIDING AN
Petition. EFFECTIVE DATE.
DATED at BRADFORD Countythis EFFECT PERSON OR ENTITY
18th daofApril, 2006. DECIDES TO APPEAL ANY
Clerk of the Circuit Court DECISION MADE BY THE CITY OF
By: Carol Williams HAMPTON COUNCIL WITH
Deputy Clerk RESPECT TO ANY MATTER
In accordance with Disabilities Act of CONSIDERED A AT SUCH
1990. persons needing a special MEETING OR HEARING SAID
accommodation to participate in this INDIVIDUAL OR ENTITY WILL
proceeding should contact the ASA NEED A RECORD OF THE
Coordinator no later than seven (7) PROCEEDINGS, AND THAT FOR
days prior to the proceedings. If SUCH PURPOSE' THE
hearing impaired, please call (800) INDIVIDUAL OR ENTITY MAY
9559771 (TDD)or(800) 955-8770 NEED TO ENSURE THAT A
(voice), via Flonda Rela Service. VERBATIM RECORD OF THE
Law Offices of Daniel C. Consuegra PROCEEDINGS IS MADE, WHICH
9204 King Palm Drve RECORD INCLUDES THE
Tapa. FL 33619-1328 TESTIMONY AND EVIDENCE
Fax: (813) 915-0559 UPON WHICH THE APPEAL IS TO
Fax (813) 915-0559 BE BASED. A COPY OF THIS
Atto for Plaintiff ORDINANCE IS AVAILABLE AT
4/27 cg. 54 iTHI HAMDTrONM ITV HALI


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Many events Ilead to graduation --f
'* * *'*' * .*. ,.* ..- M e ";,.~ ~-_ J ll^ 1 .d --.. &f ^ "


BY LINDSEY KIRKLAND
Telegraph Staff Writer
The final days of ihe 2005-
2006 school year are fast
approaching.
For Bradford High School
seniors, many of these days are
scheduledd with events to mark
the time until graduation.
The important dates for
seniors and their friends and
family mcmberi to6 remember
are:
* Today, Thursday, April 27:
Cap and gowns are delivered;
Senior auction (where seniors
are auctioned off to do chores
or tasks for underclassmen to
raise money).'


* Friday, April 28: Grad Ba.h.
Universal Studios; Scnior
auction. ,
* Sunday, May 7.
Baccalaureate, B HS
auditorium, 2 p.m. A
* Tuesday, May 9: Senior
Awards Banquet, Bradlord
County Fairgrounds, h p.m.
* Wednesday Ma\ l10: Golden
B Ceremony, BHS auditorium.
9 a.m.
* Wednesday, Nla1 I 7: Las'.
day for seniors.
*Thursday, May 18: ) carbook
signing picnic, BHS paj ilion.
4 p.m.; Graduation 'rchcarsajl:
football field, 6 p.m.
* Friday, May 19: Gradualion.
football field, 8 p.m.


E.enis and titihes for seniors
may change or he added Io. ,o
keep checking announcements
or \,ith senior sponsors.
Robbin Will and MaryAnn
Kcnned\. lor updales.
As an added notl. the BHS
yearbookss have arrived and are
available trom Chrislic Torode
lor $60. This is one of Ihe final
opporluniiies for students to
obtain a prinleJ reminder of all
ihose memorable high school
c% ents.
For non-senior students, the
last day of school is
Wednesday. May 2-1. Early
release days '%ill b Ma. 22-
24.


More first-graders who made straight A's at Southside Elementary School
for the third nine weeks were (front, I-r) Justin Fugatt, Travis Hales, Jasmine
James, Triston Lariscey, Kyle Funderburk, (back) Destiny Varnes, Taylor
Cooper, Pierson Lewis, Lintallifero Chandler and Cale Don Mosley.


Southside Elementary School students in the first grade who made straight A's
for the third nine weeks were (front, I-r) McKenzie Daugherty. Jacob Patray, April
Wood, Shelby Wilkison, Bailey Wisham, (back) Hunter Raulerson, Dalton Page,
Holden Mullins, Maddie Miller and Nick Hanson.


SFCC offers expected to complete
SFCC offFirefighter I training, a
training f Vor minimum of 160 classroom
hours. and medical first
firefighters responder training, which is
firefi gh s advanced first aid as performed
EMS and Fire Programs at bN la%\ enforcement, EMS and
Santa Fe Community firefighters.
College's Institute of Public Bradford County contracted
Safety is offering Firefighter I \\ith the community education
courses to Bradford Counts program at SFCC to offer
volunteerr firefighters. Firefighter I courses -The
As of last Near. Florida's courses hae a maximum
volunteerr firefighters are enrollment of 24 students. The
.. *... .. -~ ".. .-.^...... ^-';.7" *S ^ 'J ".,*' J ..," : f -'

first course began Tuesday.
April 18. Classes meet
Tuesday and Thursday eenings
and eery other Saturday
through July 29 at SFCC's
Andrews Center in Starke.
"Eventually. any Bradford or
Alachua Count\ resident will
be able to take the classes, but
for no", it's just Bradford
County volunteer firefighters,"
said Mike Flanagan. assistant
professor and clinical
coordinator of EMS and Fire
I -.--- -


Southside Elementary School second-graders making straight A's during the
third nine weeks were (front, I-r) Jessa Gant, Dylan Whittemore, Savannah
Cooper, Haley Schoening, Karsen Whitehead, Cody Jones, (back) Andrew Smith,
Camron Lunn, Evan Darley, Evette Rosario, Madyson Varnes and Cole Johnson.
*' .


Programs.
Additional
courses will


Firefighter
be offered in


summer and fall. For more
1 information, contact Mike
the Flanagan, (3521 334-0270. or
i r.'


e-mail
,i.sfcc.edu


:.
:i!


michael.flanagan.


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April 27,006 TELEGRAPH Page 9A


DARK
continuedd from p. 1A
Project Director Ricky
rhompson. the man in charge
f-genling things back up and
running, was contemplating
alternating the circuits by 5
),m. to provide power to those
who. hadn't yet seen relief,
;ven if it meant switching
;ome customers back off.
There was concern that
intersections' and- railroad
-rossings, in particular, be
banned by police as the sun
vent down. A CSX
*e resentative was dispatched
o check the lights at their
crossings .
Recreation department ball
4ames were either to be
canceledd or played in the dark,.
nd e\ cning classes at Sania Fe
communityy College were
:anceled.
The real fear Tuesday
afternoon, however, was that
is people with power returned
iome from work, switched on
he air and their lele\isions,
md began-making dinner that
;he demand %would push the
vp.-able transformer tar
)eyond its I I MW capacity,
,uining it as well and plunging
Stake into a blackout.
No one al city hall wanted to
:oplecmplale ho\\ long it %would
ake to recover from that.
Word 'went out to W\EAG
adio from city hall. and
3r6d'ord County Emergency


'Management Director Brian
Johns contacted Comcast
cable.. Both carried the same
message: Don't use any power
you don't have to.
In fact, every available voice
at city hall from the
receptionist to the city clerk
spent Tuesday afternoon o6 the
phone taking calls from those
with questions--even it they
didn't have all of the
answers-and making calls to
larger users like grocery stores,
the school system. and the
courthouse, asking that they
conserve as much energy as
possible.
First up were the names and
numbers on the iwo-page list
of citizens whose medical care
requires electricity. The list is
kept handy, but as time passed,
Sand more calls came, it became
clear that the list was not a
complete one. City Clerk
Linda Johns said it's important
that city hall have that
information because they're
,prepared to deliver oxygen or
make emergency transports if
health issues become critical.
Looking on the bright side.
Thompson said it was better
lor this to happen now than
midsummer Iwhen the city's
load is around 19 MNIW. Even
fewer residents would have
seen power restored as soon as
it was.
The city has only one lie-in
10 the grid at Ihe FPL
substation, and it receives the
power it purchases through that


tie-in. When it fails, "the city
goes black. There have been
discussions in the not-to-
distant past of the'need for a
second tie-in to improve the
reliability of the system, -but
it's an expensive project the
city hasn't been able to afford,
In spite of recent outages,
the city touts the overall
reliability of its electric utility.
Some things. like -blown
transformers, are just par for
the course-although everyone
at city hall seemed shocked
that a replacement would be no
closer than South. Florida.
Johns, who made calls for
assistance to the Florida
Municipal Power Agency,
noted that the city's power
provider was of no help.
According to the city, other
recent failures have been out of
its control. A balloon
. promoting the Strawberry
festival became entangled in a
power line last Friday, causing
power. loss in a portion of the
city for less than 30 minutes.
The Friday before that, a
contractor dropped a tree on a
power line on Church Street.
resulting in another outage.
Thompson said the afternoon
outage that delayed the start ol
the Strawberry pageant in
March and forced it to wrap up
early \%as the result of
lighining'damage.
It was six hours after
Tuesday's outage when lights
\ere first reported back on all
over the city. Johns said they


expected lights to remain on,
even as repairs were made at
,lhe substation.



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 ihe first
Thursday of each month.
The group will meel again
from 1r:30 a.m. to. 1 p.m. on
Thursday, May ,4. 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 Northi
Central Florida at (352) 692-
5107 or (800) 727-1889.



Religion and art spring from
the same root and are
close kin. Economics and
art are strangers.
-Willa Cather


Davis meets in -Starke


Democratic gubernatorial candidate Jim Davis
included the city of Starke in his listening tour last
week. Taking time to meet with supporters at
Granny's Best, Davis listened as a handful of fellow
Democrats discussed their concerns about
education-from violence in schools and race
relations to the FCAT-as well as growth
management and traffic. Above, Davis is pictured
greeting Pat Smith, president of the local chapter of
the NAACP. Dorothy Bartlett and Santa Fe
Community College student Ampnda Browder are in
the background.


Iuistratke Prof ssio a{s
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A 539 E Call St. Starke. FIL
Sandra Melson & Lisa Saunders 964-5745


Ray Daugherty Land Surveyor

^ "Professional Land Surveyor"
964-6708
405 W. Georgia St., Starke, FL

Thank you, Sheila


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News fromBradford CoutyUnon County ndtheLake Region areas

News from Bradford CourlityUnion County and the Lake Region area


rsday, April 27, 2006


Administrate Prssionals Week runs through Saturday


BY LINDSEY KIRKLAND
Telegraph Staff Writer
Need to make it into an
officially important person's
appointment book or get to
learn little-known facts about
your business competitor?
Get to know their secretary. .
Often the first people you_
hear on the phone or see when
you walk in the door to- a'-
business or organization are
these administrative
-professionals, and this is the
week to celebrate them and all
they do.
rMary Redding is a Bradford
County native and the
receptionist for the Bradford-
'Union Vocational-Technical
'Center.
If you have been into the
.Vo-Tech in the past 18 years,
Redding's smile or kind words.
may have greeted you. ---
The theme for this year's
weeklong holiday is "creating
excellence," according to the
International Association of
Administrative Professionals.
and Redding said that is what
she and her coworkers strive to
do at the Vo-Tech.
S"We've grown as a school."
she said.
In her 22 years with the
, Bradford County. School
District (including stops at
Hampton Elementary. Starke
Elementary and Bradford
High). she has seen the schools
grow. go through
reaccreditation. add programs
(carpentry, LPN, .etc.) and
encourage students, all in an
effort to create this excellence
along the way.
"There's a need %we offer
here (at the\ VoTeeh-i that
can't be matched," she said.
While Redding ma\ be the
mascot that everyone sees out
front, she said the Vo-Tech is a
definitely a team operation.
"\WVe .work as a team." she
said. "-We'Te concerned about
the welfare of the students
Firstt" : --
Redding said she has the
normal clerical duties..
organizing social events and
answering phones as any
administrative professional


does, but she said her job is amount of time. praying for her -
more than that. She gets to husband, Col. Norman
help kids succeed. "Butch" Redding. who has
"My biggest thing every day been deployed since March
is to just make someone's day 2005 and 'is now in
better," she said She just does Afghanistan.
it in a little different way than While the military ma\ have .
teacherr' him now, Redding said her
Redding' said it .as her husband is her high school
responsibility to "be the sweetheart and has been her g" V
encourager ... studentsi might "front-line commander" for the
nothave at home." past 38 years of their marriage.
This can be achgieed by a After this deployment, her
.hug, a pat on the back or even husband is set to retire, and
a smile, she said. "I'm a people Redding said she is too.
person, and 1 never have the "We all get along well. I'm
same day twice." certainly going to miss that." "
Students bring back some of CoCington said, "We don't
her fondest memories, like the want her to retire. Her shoes
elderly couple who got their are hard shoes to fill."
GEDs together at the Vo-Tech So if you happen to call or
and presented them to their visit the Vo-Tech in Mlay,
family for Christmas. don't only sa) goodbye, but .. : .:_.". .
"It's a great sense of good luck to Redding because
purpose" for Redding to be a it % ill be her last month as an
part of the Vo-Tech, she said. administrative professional for
"It s a- ery' big part--of- my' -the,'o-Tech. Bradford-Union Vocational-Technical Center receptionist Mary Redding
lifWhen asked if there as wi th my careaver here," Redi g sits-behind -her desk waiting to greet people as they come, answer
something she didn't like said. "Ijust feel it's time to go phones or do her clei-ca[ dutIes;-Redding__wl retire at the end of the
about her job, Redding said on to the next chapter. school year in May.
with a smile. "I can't think of a
thing. I lo\e my job."
Redding was a stay-a-home ,. .
mom, a teacher's aide, and she
even "dabbled in real estate," "All Roads Lad To Town & Country Ford
but it -as wfien she began KeystoneHeights, OrangeHeights
seeking a job to fit in with her Lawtey Waldo
found her spot on the Vo-Tech ___-dMacclenny g
team. SR121 frd Brooker Fairbanks
"I'm only part of a team. Lake Butler orthn
There's no big l's and little LaCrosse
you s here
Vi, an Covington, a third- 'outUhHWy F
Near Vo. Tech data entr) clerk, .. ,' ut ,
said Redding is a "very sweet Starke,. FIL
person."'.." .' '
"'She has been a positive ,wetYourFord.com
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W\'hen not at work, Redding
can be found doing yard work,

spending time %%ith her two .
grok n sons, granddaughter and
her elderly parents, or takirig "
part in her church. ''
important." she said. The job-
at the Vo-Tech has let her
share this with the people she
meets in an unobtrusive way.
Redding also spends a fair


Health officials at

all levels keeping

track of bird flu


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer


the flu, that played out on a
computer. After viewing each
sc~narin the nartrlcinnts


It will eventually reach the ansssered questions.
United States. "Ireally
That's what health officials t was Holljust a really goodid.
are saying about the H5NI. exercise." Holland said.
avian influenza virus that ha-s---'-- -..
been spreading from Asia. Why the concern? --
Birds migrate, thus the As its name suggests, the
conclusion that this countrN H5NI a'ian influenza sirus is
cannot avoid the bird flu. one that affects birds. Wild
4Ho ever, along 'with that birds carrn the virus, but they)
certainty is,- an rarely get sick from it.
uncertainty-w-s ill the virus Domesticated birds such as
ever be transmitted from* chickens, ducks and turkeys.
human to human? Since that is can get very sick from it and
not known, preparation and die.
education are essential in case If it affects birds, wh\ the
a pandemic does occur. concern among the human
-. Winnie HollIand, population?
administrator for the Bradford "Well, the big deal is thai
County and Union County we're concerned- that (the
health departments, said health virus) may change and be able
officials in this country have to be transmitted from human
been following the progress of to human," Holland said.
the fltr sine -October of last That has not happened yet as
year. Secretary Mike Leavitt of the people who have gotten
the United States Department sick from the virus have
of Health and Human Services caught it from infected birds.
has been traveling the country, People can catch it by being in
encouraging states to -.hold contact : with the birds or from
summits -in which health and surfaces contaminated with
government officials and secretions or excretions from
community members discuss sick birds.
what steps to take in the event Since 2003, there have been
of apandemic-. 192 cases of people sick with
"Right here in Bradford H5N1 have been reported to
County we had an exercise in the World Health
February called Pandemic Organization. Of those cases,
Pandemonium," Holland said. 109 have resulted in death.
''It really was an exercise to "It can be pretty serious
prevent pandemonium. We had when humans get it, but
a lot of our partners from the they're getting it from the
community. It was a table-top birds," Holland said. "It's
exercise." rarely transmitted from human
. The exercise, developed by to human. There's only been
Florida State University, one or two of those cases and
involved approximately 25 they're usually in a family and
people from the county, they were all exposed to
including government officials birds."
and representatives from the Still, influenza viruses have
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CRIME


Raiford man
found dead
No arrest has been made in--
the shooting death af'aiRaiford
man.
Charles Flem Lynn, 66, was
found laying on his right side
near a utility shed in his
brother's backyard late Friday,
according to' Captain Garry
Seay. Lynn had three chest
wounds from a revolver, Capt.
Seay said.
The brothers were neighbors,
but no explanation has been
given for Lynn being in his
brother's yard, Capt. Seay said.
Lynn was found at 5:29 p.m.,
but investigators speculate the
killing happened between 10
a.m. and noon, Capt.. Seay
.said.
"We are interviewing persons
of interest and we believe Lynn
knew the person who killed
him," Capt. Seay said.

Driver sought
after crash
The driver responsible for a
two-vehicle crash Monday in
Uriion County is being sought
by the Florida Highway Patrol.
Three people were taken to area
hospitals with serious injuries
from the accident-,.
Allen: Vanmeter, 49, and
Marilyn Vanmeter, 47, of
Brooker and Wayne Clark, 46,
were taken to Shands
University or Shands Lake
Shore. Trooper K.M. Boatright
said.
A: 1996 Ford pickup was
westbound on S.R. 100 at the
Columbia County line at 10:30
a.mni.For unknown reasons the
pickup crossed the center line
of the roadway, travelling into
the path of a 2003 Dodge 3500,
driven by. Allen Vanmeter. The
Ford spun in a clockwise
motion, coming off the ground
and striking a guardrail. The
impact caused the pickup to
come to rest on top of the
---giardrail, Trooper ,_Boatrightr
said. Clark was'a passenger in
the Ford, but could not identify
the driver, Trooper Boatright
said.
The Dodge was pulling a
large trailer loaded with pallets.
Upon impact the trailer became
tdaet~cdfrom.b e,.trjc causing
tie"'tairer to6 srike lthe rear"oif
Dodge. _The Dodge then
spun clockwise, Trooper
Boatright said.
.Charges are pending location
of the driver.
Total damages to the vehicles
are $20,000.

Keystone
man
arrested on
sexual charge
A 35-year-old Keystone
Heights man was arrested April
22 on a charge of unlawful sex
with a minor.
William Joseph Califano was
charged by Deputy Thomas W.
Roper following an
investigation into allegations
of Califano being involved
with a 16-year-old.
Califano is charged with
having sexual intercourse with
the juvenile on numerous
occasions between May and
December of last year, Deputy
Roper said. Most of the
incidents occurred in Califano's


pickup truck in the Keystone .
Heights area, but the victim
stated they had intercourse on- a
-..couple-of occasions in Georgia.
Califano was arrested at 2:14
a.m. after the deputy anade
contact with him on an
unrelated incident, Deputy
Roper said.
Bond on the charge was set at
$10,003.

Two men
arrested
at George's
Two men, were arrested April
22 at George's Bar when they
refused to leave the
establishment.
At I a.m. deputies were called
to the bar where several men
were fighting.
Terrence Henry Conners II
was asked to leave by the.
management ror naiass i. and
inappropriately touching
patrons, according to Sgt. Ron
Davis. Conners refused to leave
when asked-by Sgt. Davis. He
grabbed the door frame and
stated he had not done anything
to be asked to leave, Sgt. Davis
said. Minimal force was applied
to get Conners out of the bar.
He was extremely intoxicated
and continued to resist, Sgt.
Davis said.
Conners, 24, of Raiford was
charged disorderly ititbxicatib'n
and trespass in structure. He
was released from custody after
a e.$2,000 surety bond was
posted., '
Justin Daniel Parrish was
fighting in the bar with several.
others, according to Deputy
Robert Lyons. When he was
ordered to stop and leave the
bar, Parrish started striking, the
deputy in the face with his fist.
Parrish was ordered by Deputy
Lyons and Sgt. Davis to lay on
the ground and be handcuffed,
but refused, becoming more
physical and violent. He
complied after the deputy used a
Taser. .- .- .
-Parrish, 27, of Maxville was
charged with battery on law
enforcement officer, resisting
arrest with violence and affray
(battery). A $10.000 surety
bond was posted for his release
from custody..-


Teens 7::-::.
charged with
train crash
Two 17-year-old males were
arrested April 20 after stealing
trucks and causing a wreck on
the railroad tracks.
A 1994 Ford pickup became
stuck in the rock bed adjacent
to the CSX railroad track south
of Northeast 185th Street. The
teen attempted to remove his
vehicle with another pickup
that was later determined to be
stolen from a car lot in Starke,
according to Trooper M.D.
Childress. However, the stolen
truck also became disabled
along the railroad track.
The teens apparently then
stole a wrecker' from a wrecker
service and successfully
removed one of the trucks
before a southbound train
struck the truck thai was left
abandoned at 4:17 a.m.
Their were no injuries from
the crash. Damage to the 1994
Ford was $2,000 and $3,000 to
the locomotive.


The juveniles stated they were
joy riding on the tracks when
the truck became stuck,
Trooper Childress said. They
were charged with grand theft
auto and released to their
parents, Lt. Barry Warren said.
The teens face additional
felony charges of trespass and
criminal mischief from CSX.
The wrecker was located on
Market Road and returned to the
owner, Lt. Warren said.

Four face
drug charges'
Four individuals face charges
following a drug raid on a
residence on Southwest Ninth
Avenue in Lake Butler.
Curtis Lamoht Harold. 20, of
Raiford was arrested April' 1:8
after he sold crack cocaine to a
confidential source for $20,
according to Deputy Mac ,
Johns. He was charged with
sale and possession of cocaine
withinn 1,000 feet of the.
elementary school.
During the raid, Christopher
Allen Collins. 20, of Lake -
Butler was arrested for
po-ssession of marijuana,
Deput\ Johns said. ,
Sworn complaints -,. for,
conspiracy to sell crack cocaine
will be filed on residents Brien
Griffin and Andrea Griffin,
Deputy Johns said.
Harold was additionally
charged with failure to appear
with bond set at $500


Recent ,
arrests
in Bradford,
Clay or Union
The following individuals
were arrested recently by' local
law enforcement officers in
Bradford, Cla i KeN stone
Heights area) or Union Count):
Kevin Michael Parker. 27. of
Middleburg was arrested April
21 by Starke Patrolman
Stephen Murphy for domestic
battery. Parker is charged ,%ith
repeatedly striking the victimm
in the head with a closed fist
during an altercation.
Patrolman MurphN said. A
$'1000 surety' bond was osted'
for his release from custody\
Dale Vincent Crawford. 45.
of Lake Butler was arrested
April 22 by Union Deputy
Kevin Dice for aggravated
assault and disorderly conduct.
Crawford is charged with
causing a disturbance and
threatening the victims with a
knife. Crawford was intoxicated
at the time, Deputy Dice said.
Deputies had responded to
complaints of Crawford
creating a disturbance on
several occasions, Deputy Dice
said.

Ronnie -Hampton, 48, of
Starke was arrested April 22 by
Bradford Deputy Aaron Black
f6i' domestic battery. Hampton
is charged with hitting the
victim in the face and back. He
was released from custody after
a $1,000 surety bond was
posted.


Michael Rayburn Bostic, 42,
of Keystone Heights was
arrested April 22 by Clay
Deputy D.A. White for
aggravated assault domestic.
Bostic is charged with
threatening the victim with ai
pitchfork when she attempted
to leave during an argument.
He stabbed one of the tires on
her vehicle, Deputy White said.

Stuart Reid Covington, 18,
of Keystone Heights was
arrested April 23 by Clay
Deputy S. Abrahamsen for
domestic battery. Covington is
charged with grabbing the

victim and ripping her shirt
during an argument. No
injuries resulted from the
incident, Deputy Abrahamsen
said.
Willie Albert Jones, 53, of
Melrose was arrested April 23
by Starke Patrolman Shawn
Brown for possession of more
than 20 grams of cannabis,
possession of drug
paraphernalia, carrying a
concealed weapon and attaching
tag not assigned. Jones' motor
home was stopped for a;.traffic
violation at 2:10 a.m. The. tag
on the \chicle %as registered to
a Dodge pickup, Patrolman
Brown said. During a search the
officer found a clear baggie
with 22.4 grams of marijuana
in Jones' pocket with rolling
papers. A loaded firearm %as
found under a pillow in his
vehicle. -
Bond was set at $30,000.
A motorcycle, also belonging
to Jones, was searched and the
officer found a Derringer in the
saddle bag on the cycle,
Patrolman Brown said.
A further check found he was
a convicted felon in Alabama
and he was additionally charged
with possession of firearm by a
con\ icted felon. Patrolman
Bro'nn said
James Da\id McDaniel, 35,
of Starke %was arrested April 2 I
by Starke Sgt. Richard Crews
for possession of cannabis and
possession of prescription
medication without
prescription. The officer found
McDaniel had marijuana and 19
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during a traffic stop. Bond was
set at $20,000.
Sarah Ann Carlton, 58, of
Starke was arrested April 21 by
Starke Patrolman Shawn
Brown for retail theft and
possession of anti-shoplifting"
device. Carlton is charged with
removing ..>'+)-i.u, 1in
merchandise from Catl 's. She
had a pair of scissors that she
used to cut the anti-shoplifting
devices from the merchandise,
Patrolman Brown said. Bond
was set at $10,000..

Jody Craig Rigdon Jr., 20, of
Jacksonville Was arrested April.
23 by Starke Patrolman J.W.
Hooper for retail theft. Rigdon
left the Kangaroo in Starke
without paying for $34 worth
of gas he had pumped,
Patrolman Hooper said. He did
not have a prescription for
tablets and pills of Oxycodone,
Tylenol 650 and Xanex found
during a search...

S.Nicola T. Clark,' 36,, of
Hampton was arrested April 24
by Hampton Patrolman Alex,
Gibson for grand, theft firearm
and carrying a concealed
weapon. Clark's pickup was
stopped for no tag light.
During a search the officer
found a Smith and Wesson
snub nose revolver which was
loaded and not in a secure case
in the glove box. A check of
the serial number indicated the
gun had been reported stolen.
Patrolman Gibson said.


Miguel Domingo, 19, was
arrested April 23 by Patrolman
Murphy for disorderly
intoxication and resisting arrest-
without violence. Domingo
was passed out on the property
of Gator Discount Beverage. He
smelled strongly of alcohol. He
would not comply with- verbal
commands to put his hands
behind his back and cursed at
the officer, Patrolman Murphy
said. Bond was set at $2,000.
Elmer Guinn, 36 of
Castleberry and. Scott
Steigerwald of Deltona were
arrested April 20 by Starke
*Patrolman Mark Lowery for
disorderly intoxication. The
two men removed barricades
from the roadway in front of
the Budget Inn, stating they
were blocking the drive. When
told .they; were interfering with
the safety of the workers, they
started yelling. They smelled
strongly of an alcoholic
beverage and were told several
times to calm down but
refused, Patrolman .Lowery
said. The. were released from
custody after S 1,000 surety
bonds were posted.

Nicole Baker, .25, of Starke
was arrested April 19 by Starke
Patrolman William Murray for,
breach of peace. Baker was
creating a scene at the
Kangaroo. She refused to leave
or to quiet down and was taken
into custody. A $500 surety
-bond %\as posted for her release
from custody.


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I CRIME -. I


Melrose drug
dealer caught
A twenty-one year olc
Melrose man was arrested lasi
week after leading Putnarrn
County Sheriff's Deputy Lynr
Nicely on a chase. Once the
vehicle stopped, the driver was
identified as Quentin Leonard
Cooper. ..
Deputy Nicely and Deputy
Terry Krueger searched
Cooper's vehicle and found a
.45 caliber Smith and Wesson
semi-automatic pistol, loaded
with ten rounds.- of
ammunition. They also
discovered a small plastic
baggie containing four rocks of
-crack cocaine under the front
passenger seat. Deputy Nicely
learned that Cooper had
previously been convicted of
Carrying a Concealed Weapon,
and wa, it alk;,'...d i,; pnJ' e',
a firearm.
Cooper was transported to
the Putnam County Jail There.
Nicely discovered, that Cooper
had dropped two baggies of
marijuana in his patrol car.
Cooper was then' advised that
if he should declare any
additional drugs he might have
on his person, and that if he
took them into the jail. ith
him, he was subject to
additional charges. Cooper
denied having anything else on
him.. ..
However, during a pat-down
at the Jaiil. officers found
another plastic baggie
containing approximately 20
pieces of crack and three small
baggies of ponder cocaine.
Cooper was incarcerated on
the numerous charges.
including fleeing and
attempting to elude a law
enforcement officer.
possession of a firearm by a
convicted felon, possession of
cocaine,,' introduction of
contraband into a detention
facility, possession of cocaine
with intent to sell, possession
of drug paraphernalia.
possession of less then 20
grams of cannabis, and
possession of cannabis with
intent to sell: Bond was set at
$9,032.00. ,

Recent


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

Elizabeth Ann Scott, 54, of
Starke was arrested April 21 by
Starke Sgt. Robert Melton for
retail theft. Scott was charged
with placing $59.15 worth of
cosmetic items in her purse
before leaving Winn Dixie
without paying, Sgt. Melton
said. Scott had removed the
items from their containers. A
$1,000 surety bond was posted
for her release from custody.
Andrea Griffin, 19, of Lake
Butler was arrested April 18 by
Union Deputy Mindy Goodwin
for battery and obstruction of
justice. Bond was; set at
$10,000. She was transported
to Union.
-Lloyd Lane, 42, of, Lawtey
was arrested April 20 by
Patrolman Hooper for
soliciting prostitution. Lane's
vehicle was traffic stopped at
5:30 p.m. Lane had just picked
up Latonya Natalie Brown, 30,
of Starke, Patrolman Hooper
said. When questioned, the two
admitted to preparing for a
sexual encounter. Brown was
charged with prostitution,
Patrolman Hooper said.
Assisting in the arrests was
Sgt. Melton, Brown's bond
was set at $3,000. Lane was
released after a $3,000 surety
bond was posted.
Scott Ballou, 18, of Keystone
Heights was arrested April 24
by Clay deputies for petit theft.
Ballou was charged at. 8:15
a.m. with snopiiiiing ,,m
Walgreens.
Willie Hill, 38, of Lawtey
was arrested April 21 by
Bradford Deputy Thomas Sapp
on a warrant from Marion
County for grand theft. Bond
was set at $20,000. Hill was


transported to Marion County.
Tracy Jennings, 27, of Lake
Butler was arrested April 17 by
Patrolman Hooper on a warrant
from Alachua for grand theft.
She was transported to
Alachua.
Nathan Vansyckel, 22, of
Starke was arrested April 21 by
Bradford Investigator M.L.
McKenzie for failure to appear


uttering a forged instrument. Baker charges of violation of
Bond was set t $30,000. :o probation possession.


Sanchez _. r.reston, 23, of
Raiford was arrested Ap`i' 19
. by Union Lt. H.M. Tom linson
on a warrant for battery of
correctional officer. Preston
was released to the Department
Sof Corrections (DOC).
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Kenneth Edward Barrs, 42, of
Lake City was arrested April 19
by Lt. Tomlinson on:a capias
Sfor theft of motor vehicle parts.
SBond was..set at $5,000. Barrs
f was released to DOC.
Eston Taylor McDade. 45. of
Lake Butler was arrested April
19 by Lt. Tomlinson on a
warrant for grand theft, fraud
and failure to appear with bond
set at $7,000. He was released
:to DOC.
SScott Gilbert, 29, of Starke
was .arrested April 22 by
Hampton Worrell for failure to
Appear for worthless check
r charges. A $290.97 cash bond
f was posted for his release from
custody.
Shirlene Geiger, 45, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
April 19 by Clay deputies on a
%warrant for worthless check.
Misti Dawn Lawson. 35, of
Lawtey was arrested April 17
by Putnam Deputy Terry
Krueger on a Bradford warrant
for violation of probation
possession and sale controlled
substance.
Melinda Johnson, 41, of
Starke was arrested April 17 by
probation officers for violation
of probation aggravated battery
with a deadly weapon after she
tested positive for use of
marijuana.
Kenneth Thomas, 46, of
Melrose was arrested April 17
by Bradford Deputy D.E.
Cannon on a Bradford charge of
failure to appear altered tag,
Gilchrist charge of failure to
appear attaching tag not
assigned and issuing worthless
checks from Clay County.
Cash and surety bonds totalling
$7,225 were" posted for his
release from custody.
Christopher -Lee Chastain,
20, of Starke was arrested April
19 -by .radford Deputy Sherri
Mann for violation of
probation forgery and grand
theft with no bond.
Katrina McSpadden, -35, of-
Lake Butler was arrested April
18 by Sgt. Melton on Union
charges of forgery and uttering
a forgery. Bond was set at
$5,000. She was released on
her own recognizance by Judge
David Reiman.
.Barbara Griffin,- 28, of
Clearwater was arrested April
18 by Putnam Deputy Bruneau
on Bradford charges of criminal
mischief and trespass. Bond
was set at $2,500.
Clayton Scott, .26, of
Macclenny was arrested April
18 by probation officers on


Ronnie Lee Frazier, 40, of
Starke was arrested April 19 by
Patrolman Lowery for .violation
of probation burglary and grand
theft.
Travis Aldridge, 21 of Starke
was arrested April 19 by Sgt.
Crews .for violation, of
prouvaion possession and sale
of controlled substance
Joshua. Jiordano, 23, of
Tampa was arrested April 19 by.
Starke Patrolman Jason Crosby
for violation of probation-
trafficking.
Jacqueline Canipe. 44, of'
Starke was arrested April 18 by
Deputy Mann for violation of
probation possession of
controlled substance with no
bond.
Angel Louise Coakle, 22. of
Graham was arrested April 20,
by Bradford Sgt. Ron Davis for
failure to appear possession of
controlled substance and grand
theft with no bond.
Debra Booth, 52, of Keystone
Heights was arrested April 21
by Clay deputies on a warrant
for grand theft.
Gretchin Dianna Crews. 30,
of Starke was arrested April 19
by probation officers on four
counts violation of probation
with no bond.

Traffic
James Siler, 55, of
Middleburg was arrested April
23 by Patrolman Gibson for
driving under the influence
(DUI) and refusal to sign
citation. A $2,000 cash bond
was posted for his release from
custody.
Leslie Moss. 63, of Hampton
was arrested April 18 b\
Florida Highway Patrol
Trooper Peck for DUI with
property damages. A $15.000
surety bond was posted for
Moss' release.
Albert Stefanelli, 48, of
Graham was arrested April 19
by Bradford Deputy Drew
Moore for DUI. He was
released ..afer a $.2,000 surety
bond was posted.
Frank Pipkins, 26, of Glen
St. Mary was arrested April 21
by Bradford Deputy Black for
driving while license suspended
or revoked (DIWS) habitual.
Pipkins' pickup truck was
stopped at 10:15 p.m. on S.R.
16 for the trailer it was towing
having no tag or tail lights. He

was released after a $5,000
surety bond was posted.
Michael Blanton, 30, of
Zephryhills was arrested April
19 by Patrolman Crosby for
felony DWLS. A $5,000 surety
bond was posted for his release
from custody.
Juan Lopez, 35. of Clearwater
was. arrested April 23 by
Patrolman Hooper for no valid
driver's license (NVDL).


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Brad Jones, 20, of Hampton
was arrested April 17 by
Patrolman Gibson for NVDL.
A $500 surety bond was posted
for his release.
.James William Young, 33, of
Hampton was arrested April 19
by Clay Deputy Thomas W.
Roper for DWLS. Young has
never had a license, Deputy
Roper said.
Octo Corbett Burse Jr., 45, of
'Lake Butler was arrested,April
23 by Bradford Deputy Casey
Moore for DWLS. He was
released from custody after a
$5,000 ,rrIP h,- dl n... d.
Marcus Rikers. 38, of
Jacksonville was arrested April
I 8 by Deputy Cannon for
NVDL and expired driver's
license from Duval County. He
was released after surety bonds
totalling $710 were posted.
Kyle M. Cannon. Jr., 41, of
Glen St. Mary was arrested-
April 22 by Bradford Sgt.
George Konkel on a warrant
from Baker County for
violation of probation felony
DWLS with no bond.
Adam Rosier. 44. of Starke
Swas arrested April 19 by
probation officers for violation
of probation felony DWLS.

Carolina man
dies from
crash
A 21 -year-old South Carolina
man died April 24 from injuries
suffered when his vehicle
overturned on U.S. 301 at the
Clay Count) line.
Dario Hemandez. diking a
1996 Ford E\plorer. was
southbound three miles south
of C.R. 218 at 9 a.m.,
according to Trooper K.L.
Green. The vehicle rravelled off
the roadway onto the grass
shoulder twice before returning
to the roadway and oerturning.
The Explorer rolled over
approximately\ four or fi\e
times before coming to rest on
its roof in the southbound lanes
of travel. Trooper Green said.
Hemandez was pinned under
the dash. He %was extricated and
flown to Shands Jacksonville
with life threatening injuries.
He died later in the ,dAy,
Trooper Green'said.


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Sheriff, Starke Police and Florida Highway
Patrol. Sixteen safety seats and 11 cars were ,
inspected during the hours of 10 a.m. until 2 ,,
p.m. Four booster seats and one infant carrier
were provided at a reduced cost to replace the'
carriers that were found to be unacceptable,
Lt. Barry Warren said. Participating were
trooper Dawn L. Tomlinson, Deputy Sherri
Mann, Patrolman David Bukowski and Bob
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Thursday, April 27, 2006 Page 4B




Heartbreak and sorrow:

Two deputies gunned down


(This is thle final installment in the
series on Raiford history.)
Merchant Wilson Rivers walked out of
his store on S.R. 100 in downtown Lake'
Butler to sweep the sidewalk. and heard
the siren screaming in the distance,
coming into town from the west,
although he didn't know if it was coming
from_Pro\idence or Lake City.
Of one thing he was sure: The law
enforcement vehicle was running flat out.
In a moment Rivers determined it was on
Providence Road, because it had to slow
for a left turn just south of Spires Store,
then cross the railroad and turn right on
S.R. 100. the town's main thoroughfare.
The speeding Union County Sheriffs
car, with lights flashing and siren
wailing, was a blur as it sped past the
Union County Courthouse and Rivers
Hardware Store, but Rivers was able to
recognize Deputy Sheriff-Albert Sweat at
- the wheel and Sheriff John Whitehead
riding shotgun. When the car reached the
intersection of S.R. 100 and S.R. 121, it
turned north toward Raiford and was
quickly out of sight, siren still sounding.
Lake Butler instantly awoke, but in the
absence of information, the people
thought there must be a riot underway at
Florida State Prison-now Union
Correctional Institution-the only area
prison at the time. The surmise was
wrong.
The story h hed--irs-limax
Tuesday, May 23. 1961, with the
shooting death of two young deputies had
its beginning years earlier when young
Joe Reddish began drinking and
threatening anyone with \whom he came
in contact.
Raiford residents gave him a wide
berth %when he was drinking because they
were afraid of him. He came from a
highly respected, law-abiding area family
--whose roots go back to the settlement of
Bradford Cotnty. -history more than'100
years earlier. No one suffered more in the .
debacle than the Reddish family.
The story unfolded in the Union
County courtroom during the Reddish
trial in early March 1962. Reddish was
convicted of first-degree murder in the.
shooting death of Deputy Hal Croft.
Although Deputy Ronald Jackson was
also shot down in the fracas, Reddish was
tried only for the Croft shooting.
The March 8, 1962, issue of the
.. -Telegraph-provided details as re ealed in
the trial. With Circuit Judge John J.H.
Murphree presiding, the four-day trial got
under way in Lake Butler
Joe Reddish had been "seeing" a
neighbor's wife for sometime. Monday
night, May 22, 1961, Reddish. carrying a
shotgun, %went over to the neighbor's
home to "get" him. When the neighbor
opened the door. he recognized Reddish.
saw the shotgun and quickly slammed the
door. Reddish fired through the door,
thinking he had killed the man, but the
.-intended victim had jumped behind the
door jaimb and escaped injury. Reddish
ran.
The sheriff's office wIas called and
officers dispatched to find Reddish, who
%%as wanted only for "firing into a
dwelling" at the lime. An all-night search
was made, and his car was found some
two miles from his home. but he %was not'
found. Early Tuesday morning,
Whitehead \\as notified that Reddish was
at the home of his father. Raiford
Reddish, and dispatched two deputiesJ6-
bring himin- -


Starke Rec.
Dept. summer
camp is now

registering
The Starke Recreation
Department's annual summer
camp will begin Tuesday,'May'
30, and those interested in
participating have until Friday,
May 26, to sign up.
Children ages 6-17 may
attend the camp, which will be
held at the Bradford County
Fairgrounds in buildings I and
2 (the age determining date is
May 30, 2006, 'though
exceptions will be made for
children v who have completed
kindergarten and who will be 6
this summer). The camp runs
nine weeks (through July 28),
Monday s-FridaNis
The cost of attending is


Certainly, Whitehead could not predict
the events that would follow.
As reconstructed in the trial, the
scenario went something like this: Croft,
30, and Jackson,. 24, drove up to the
Reddish home just south of Raiford. Joe
Reddish %\as sitting behind a screen door
waiting for them with a shotgun loaded
w ith buckshot.
Croft stepped out of the passenger's
side of the car and walked toward the
house. When his foot touched the step,
Reddish fired point-blank, killing Croft
instantly.
Jackson, % ho had gotten out of the car
also. turned to reach for the radio, and
was shot \with buckshot, but seeing he
%wasn't killed with the first shot. Reddish
shot him the second time with a load of
birdshot. "
After shooting both deputies. Reddish
went to Croft. removed the officer's
pistol. returned to the house and
attempted suicide, shooting himself in the
chest.
In the meantime, after Whitehead had,
dispatched deputies to Raiford. Sweat
came in. The sheriff briefed him on the ,
situation, then told him there had been a:' .
burglary in Providence they were going
to investigate. Just as Whitehead and
Sweat reached Providence the radio:
announced the- shooting in Raiford of
CrToft and Jackson.
Sweat made the historic trip from
Providence to Raiford in record-setting
time.
When the emergency medical team
arrived, they found Jackson alive but
incoherent. He lived about an hour after
reaching the hospital in Lake Butler.
Reddish survived in the Bradford
County hospital.
At the conclusion of the trial, Judge
Murphree sentenced Reddish to death in
the electric chair, and he was transferred
to death row. He.-was7represented b3O
,AItorne) Sijgbee Scruggs, a prominent
defense attorney from Gainesville, who
said the deputies were "two kids sent out
to do a man's job."
Ironically, Reddish was the nephew of
Bradford County Sheriff P.D. Reddish,
and Jackson \\as the nephew of
Whitehead. Sheriff Reddish was one of
the first officers on the scene.
Follow ing the trial. 'Scruggs petitioned
the court for a newx trial based on two
possible errors by the state. Prosecuting
attorney Ted Duncan had shdw n pictures
of the txwo officers in the funeral home to
the jury, which Scruggs claimed "incited
and influenced the jury." and also
introduced into e\ idence a confession by
Reddish while he was in the hospital
being treated for his self-inflicted
gunshot wound.
Scruggs claimed Reddish was under
the influence 'of drugs. making the.
confession inadmissible. The court
agreed and granted a new trial.
When the circuit court convened in
Union County and the Reddish case
reached the docket Nov. 26, 1964,
Reddish pled guilty to killing both
officers, surprising almost e\eryvone
except his attorney.
Circuit Judge George L. Patton
sentenced Reddish to two- consecutive`
life sentences, with the recommendation,,
that he never be paroled. Reddish died in
prison Dec. 13, 1983, at age 63.
By Busier Rahn,
Telegraph Editorialist


$105, which includeS a T-shirt
. -for weekly trips, but does not
cover the cost of field trips. All
field trips will be scheduled on
Friday, with prices announced
beforehand. The camp. is
closed on field trip days.
Campers must bring their
own lunches if the.lunch grant
is not .awarded to Bradford
County schools this year. The
. camp has a soft drink machine,
water fountain and snack
machine. A refrigerator is
available. It is asked that
children do not bring
microwavable foods.
Children may be dropped off
at 7 a.m. and picked up
promptly at 6 p.m. Fees will be
assessed if.a child is not picked
up by this time.
For more information on
camp rules and requirements,
please call the Starke
Recreation Department at
(904) 964-6792.


A meditation and stress control
workshop is held every Thursday a
6:30 p.m. at the Senior Health'Care
Center. Call to register (904) 782-
1069.


American aviator
Charles Lindbergh is
said to have ridden a
carousel to relax before
taking off on what
became the first
successful solo nonstop
trans-Atlantic flight.


Does a Mr.
Do-Nothing
help run
Worthington?
Dear Editor:
I began reading the article in
the Union County Times about
the speed. bumps in
Worthington Springs.
The only way to ensure your
child's "safety" (in the big
metropolis of Worthington
Springs)- is to get off of the
couch and watch your children.
I never knew speed bumps
could supervise children, thwart
the rampant drug abuse and the
escalating problem of teenage
pregnancy along .with
keeping child molesters off the
roads ... Hmm imagine that.
If the anonymous resident is
worried about speeders in
Worthington Springs (on her
side street.i why not show true
,,,zeal for speed bumps on S.R.
121?:
'The speeders would .be
forced to go sloi i while school
buses are picking up and
'dropping off school children


April is Child
Abuse
Prevention
Month
Dear Editor:
April is Child Abuse
Prevention Month In Bradford
Counts alone, there ha'e been
,274 cases o\er the last Near.
%which inmol\ed abuse and/or
neglect of our children.
Youthful parents and
substance/alcohol abuse are
ScommoIn denominators in.
many of these cases. Children
are subjected to filthN. unsafe
en ironments. domestic.
violence and. sexual abuse.'
which is all just the beginning
of a d a\ for some. .
Clothes are, dirty, shoes are


Secondly, the commissioner
for Worthington Springs. Red
Clyatt. stated at the last once-a-
month-meeting that he is in a
"do-nothing mood."
He should try to be more
'like Wayne Smith. He's the
shaker and mover for the
county commission.
But alas, doing nothing will
get you just as far as doing
something. Take the lazy
route. Less stress.
Clyatt garners $24,000 per
annum of taxpayers' dollars to.
sit one hour a month and do-
nothing
What I have observed, is that
he has always done "nothing."
And he has tweaked it to an art
form.
That's $2,000 an hour of
ta\pa.er money to do,
"nothing ,
"Nothing" is not new,
"Nothing" has been that way,
for as long as 'I have li'.ed
here
Just recalling the hurricane
devastation in Woi thirilgi,
Springs three rears ag' .Nrn
r watching "'Mr Do-Nc.tihi g
ride through toyn tells me lie


%worn out. parents don't care-
and kids at school are relentless
in their effort to tease and
belittle. All the while the\ are
expected to make good grades
and behave properly Hot can
these tender young minds
possibly bare this burden"
Ho\% do the\ deal wk ith the pain
in their life? Who can they
trust? Ho\% do they begin to
explain their misery?'.
\\e must take a stance for"
our children, meaning all
children. \We must set aside
our personal agendas for not
reporting or getting involved
when there is suspicion
'Educators, church leaders and
the general public must remove
the "blinders" to instances of
child abuse and neglect
If your home has a lot of
love and a little extra room,
consider being a foster family,


for -a child. In our community
there is quite a challenge
finding homes for these abused
children. '
If 'our heart has a little
room, consider being a
volunteer r Guardian ad Litem.
No matter how you choose to
help, the important thing is
that you do 'help and get
involved. You may be the one
special person that God has
sent to make a difference in a
child's life. ,'
\\hen you see pinwheels
displayed at the Bradford
County Courthouse during the
month of April. just remember
that e\erN pinwheel represents
a child who has been abused or
neglected over the last year
right here in our backyard. ,
Sheri Sheppard
Bradford Counry


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likes his do-nothing mood.
He did not stop and assess
the damage at. the community
center, did not talk to residents.
He does what he does best,
"nothing."
I I remember his campaign
slogan from the last election ;
"Keep up the progress."
What progress would that be, j
Mr. Clyatt? Pandering to your I
friends? Things are the same as -
theywere six years ago.
Actually, Mr. Clyatt is the
perfect commissioner for
Worthington Springs. He is
paired with a do-nothing city ,
council. -
If speed bumps are the big,
issue here in Worthington q
Springs, then they can
continue to have a harmonious
relationship and continue'to do
"nothing"' and without much '.'
effort. ,
Way ,to go,. Mr. Clyatt, and
the city council of
Worthirigton Springs. Keep up
the good work. of just 'doing *
"nothing ." "
Ann Beitlacqua "
ll' oriltingtp 1 Spring T


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Greg Slade
VIDALIA, GA. Greg Slade.
22. of Vidalia died Thursday,
April 20. 2006, in the Medical
Center of Georgia in Augusta due
to injuries, received in an
automobile accident.
Born in South Carolina in
1983, Mr. Slide iraseled across
the United States and Japan with
his father, a retired Marine. He
graduated from Net Covenant
,Christian Academy in 2001 and
moved to Vidalia in 2004 where
he worked as a network engineer
for CiberSouih.
Mr Slade is sur\i\ed b\ his
parentss. Donald and Brenda
Slade. of La.. rence ille, formerly
of \ dalla. a sister. Cynthia
Malovich of Kennesaw, Ga., a
brother. Matthew Slade of
Vidalia: paternal grandparents.
Lillian and Don Sams of Starke;
and maternal ,grandparents.
Horace and Doris Gann of Starke
Funeral services for Mr. Slade
were April 24. 2006. at First
Baptist Church of Vidalia with
the Re\ Bucky Kennedy
conducting the services.
NMurchison Funeral Home of
Vidalia as in charge of
arrangements


Harold Dukes
PALATKA Harold Eldridge
Dukes. 77. of Palatka, died
Saturday. April 22. 2006. at
Putnam Communiit Medical
Center following an extended
illness
Born in Lake Butler, Mr
Dukes mo.,ed to Palatka in 1954
from Lake Butler He retired from
the Kraft shipping department at
Georgia Pacific after 37 years. He
aS a member of Local 1030 at
Georgia Pacific and served as an
elder at the College Road Church
of Christ
Mr. Dukes is survived by: his
wife of-57 %ears. Hazel Dukes of-_;
PjI.ika. I...o son,." Harr\ Dukes
of Palm Coast and David Dukes
of Nash.tille. Tenn.; a daughter,
Joan Columbia of Palm Coast; a
brother,' Marvin Dukes of
Gaines' ille. a sister, Hazel
Craw ford of Lake City; four
grandchildren and two, great-
grandchildren
Funeral services for Mr. Dukes
we're April 2b. 2'ub. at Johnson-
Overturf Funeral Home in Palatka
SRilh Brother C L Overturf Jr.
officiating. Burial followed in
Paiitka Memorial Gardens.

Bbnnie Foxx
STARKE Bbnnie Carolyn
Fos\. 56, of Starke died Tuesday.
April 18, 2006, at her residence
following an extended illness.
Born in-- Jackson ille. Mrs.
Foxx lived iJ Lie Oak and Lake
Cn\ before moving to Starke
four \cars ago. She. worked with
Episcopal Camp and Conference


Center in Live Oak and for her
husband in a family business for
eight years. She was a member of
Starke Church of Christ.
Mrs. Foxx is survived by: her
husband, Virgil Eddie Foxx Jr. of
Starke; two daughters, Susan
Land. Larson .of Lake City and
Amanda Foxx Lane of Starke;
two brothers, Ronald Rouse of
Jacksonville and Donald Rouse
of Lake, City; a sister, Cynthia
Holt of Lake City; and seven
grandchildren.
Funeral services for Mrs FPu\
were April 21. 2006. in the
Chapel of Archie Tanner Funeral
Home with the Rev. Doug Tacket
officiating. Cremation followed
under the care of Archie Tanner
Funeral Home of Starke. ;

Kenneth Hagar
BROOKER Kenneth F Hagar
Sr., 91, of Brooker died Tuesday .
April 25, 2006, at Bradford
7Terriace in Starke following an
extended illness.
Born in Beverly. Mass,. Mr
Hagar lived most of his life in
Brooker He was a retired cattle
rancher. He was a member of
Brooker Baptist Church, % here
he was a former deacon.
Mr. Hagar is sur'ised by- ts.o
daughters, Jackie Moore of Los
Angeles, Calif., and Linda
Harrell of Brooker, a son.
Kenneth E. Hagar Jr of Grandin:
a brother, Robert Hagar of
Arizona; seven grandchildren and
one great-grandchild. He %%a4
preceded inr death by his wfe.
Phyllis Chace Hagar.
Funeral services for Mr. Hagar
will be held on Friday., April 28,
2006, at 2 p.m., at the Brooker
Baptist Church with the Re% Al
Paulson officiating Burial will
follow in New Hope Cemetery'
near LaCrosse under the care of
Archer Funeral Home of Lake
Builer
The lamily will receive Iriends
at the funeral home on Thursday,.
April 27. 2006, from 6-8 p.m.

Charles Lynn
RAIFORD Charles Flem
"'Judge" Lynn, 66. of Raiford died
suddenly Friday, April 21. 2006.
near his residence.
Born in Bristol, Ga Mr. L\nn
moved to Union County in 1979
from Jessup. Ga. He was a;
carpenter
Mr. Lynn is survived b\ his
wife, Irene Wilson Lynn of
Raiford: two daughters. Kath-,
Blocker and SherrN Simmons.
both of Jessup: three step-
daughters. Brenda Gibson, Linda
Jenkins and Sheryl Jeswell. all of
Lake Butler; a son, Charjes F.
LynnJr. of Je.sup; two step-.-
sons, Johnny Moore of Glen St
Mary and Da.'id Raulerson'ot
Lacrosse: two brothers. Harry E.
Lynn of, Jessup and Carlton S.
Lynn of Raiford; three sisters,
,Gene\a Cle.ments of
Waynesboro. Miss., Bertha
Aldredge of Jessup' and Jennie
Lane of Lake Butler; 18
grandchildren and .one great-
grandchild. He was preceded in


death by his parents, Benton T.
and Ocie Lee Lynn, and a brother,
Alton Lynn.
Funeral services for Mr. Lynn
were April 26, 2006, in Lake
Butler Church of God with the
Rev. Alvin Lane and the Rev.
Lemuel Lane officiating. Burial
followed in Douglas Cemetery
under.the care of Archie Tanner
Funeral Home of Starke.

Onnie McDonald
RAIFORD Onnie Mae
McDonald, 71, of Raiford died
\\ ednesday. April 19. 2006. at
Shands at Lake Shore Hospital in
Lake City following an extended
illness
Born in Raiford on Sept. 26,
1934. Mrs McDonald was a
lifelong resident of Raiford She
retired Ironm Northeast Florida
State Hospital and was a member
of Magnolia Missionary Baptist
Church, .here she served on the
Deaconess Board and sang in the
choir.
Mrs. McDonald is. survived by:
her husband of 56 Nears. HenrN
Lee McDonald Sr.; two
daughters, Eelhn Lee of Raiford
and Mamie DeSue of Starke. two
sons. Roose'eli McDonald and
Henry L McDonald Jr both of
Rail'ord. three sisters. Jessie
[ e\is o Ul ':iia. \ innire '\ sikins
(,I Lake Bullcr. Doris -H.Ies of
OCala four brothers. Lewis
Aleander. Ralph Ale\ander.
both of' Railord. Freemond
Alexander of Jackson\ille and
Roberi Ale\ander of Ocala; seen
grandchildren and fi\e great-
grandchildren
Funeral services for ,Mrs.
McDonald 'A ill be held at I I a.m.
on Saturday. April 29. 2006. at
II a.m with the Rev. L.C. Hunt,
eulogist,. and the Rev. J.AV
Warren conducting the ser ices.
Interment will follow in Five
Sapplinr Cemeter% in Raiford
under the care of Haile Funeral
Home of Starke
\ is aaiion till be Friday,.
April 28, 2006. at the funeral
home. Family hour w ill be from
4-5 p.m and friends may .ist
from 5-S p m

Constance Tyler
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Constance "'Connie" Ann Tvler.
36, of Keystone Heights died
Wednesday. April 19. 2006,
from injuries sustained in an
automobile accident.
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four children. Tricia Tyler. Angel
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two brothers, Mark Ellis and
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her mother and step-father.,
Christine and Louis \ Ellis of
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step-mother. Louis A and
Debbie Ellis of Angola. N Y .
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were April 24. 2006. in the
DeWitt C. Jones Chapel with Dr.
Jerry Gesell Sr conduciini the
services. Interment will be at a
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extended illness
Boln in Portsmouth. Olhi,-,. on
March 23. 1931. Mr Willi,
mo\ed to Keysione Heights in
1971 Irom 'lON si'..i-LiuIh ie
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Associates in California and
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the Korean War He v,%as a
member of Freedom Baptist
Church and American Legion
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wife of 30 \ears. Alma C. Willis.
a daughter. Anna \adford of
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Page 6B TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR--B-SECTION April 27, 2006



Preparation is important in the event of a pandemic


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Will the current strain of
avian influenza (H5NI) that is
spreading from Asia result in a
pandemic?

That is not' known, but
Winnie Holland, administrator
of the Bradford and Union
County health departments,
said the majority of health.
officials believe the virus will
eventually be transmitted from.
human to human, which could
create a pandemic. -
History suggests, however,


FLU
Continued from p. 1B

information available at the
World Health Organization
Web site, the H5N1 virus
mutates rapidly. If the virus
changes so that it can be
transmitted from human to
human, a pandemic could
begin.
Currently, there is .no
commercially available
vaccine to protect humans
against the virus.
"All of the scientists and the
experts-the majority of
them-seem to think there's a
very strong possibility that it
will change and it will be
transmitted to humans (from
humans)," Holland said.
"When it goes to human-to-
human transmission. that's
when it's very serious because
then it can spread very
rapidly "
People who ha'e the H5NI
virus have displayed the.
following symptoms: a high
fe'er that lasts for several
days. muscle aches, coughing
and shortness of breath.
I "People get pretty sick with
this avian flu." Holland said,
"but remember, we've had 'no
cases in the United States
among animals or humans.

What's being done?
Agencies such as the World
Health Organization and the
Department of Health and
Human Services have been
monitoringthe situation a I L,
according to the Department of
Health and Human Services
Centers for Disease Control
and Prevention Web site,
research studies to test a
vaccine to protect humans
began in April 2005.
The state of Florida has
sentinel physicians who will
report any unusual occurrences
to the Florida Department of
Health and the CDC. The
Florida DOH has increased its
laboratory facilities and staff in
order to have a more timely
diagnosis of avian flu if such a
case should occur.
The Florida DOH is also
providing continuing education
to emergency medical services
personnel, hospital staff and
private physicians.
"I think the most important
thing to know is that it's being
monitored very closely, both
animal cases and the human.
cases,". Holland said. "When
they have a case, they' do an
investigation.
"They'll know when it
becomes human-to-human


that a pandemic will eventually
occur. It is anticipated thz
three or four pandemics wi
occur every century. .
Panic is not the answer i
the event of a pandemic. N1
when it comes to looking at tl
eventuality of an influenza
pandemic, it is .io differci
from any other emergency
situation. The key is to prepare
"It's like when we prepare
for hurricane season and w
remind people about having
water and those kinds -
things," Holland said.
Indeed, the Web sit
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(transmitted) and respond
accordingly to isolate the
disease in an 'area. A lot of it's
going to depend upon where it
initially occurred as far as how
well they're able to isolate it."
: Members of the general
population can do their part as
well. If someone living in this
area finds a dead wild' bird,
they should report it to'the
Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission by
calling (850) 488-4676. Do not
handle the bird.
If someone owns chickens
and several of them die
.unexpectedly, they should call
the Department of Agriculture
at (850) 510-0900 (it should be
noted it is still safe to eat
chicken provided it is cooked
thoroughly and proper
handling instructions are
followed).
People should stock up on
supplies in the event of a
pandemic, much as they would
in preparation for hurricane
season, Holland said (see
related story for more on
making preparations).
"You need to make sure you
have enough supplies and
things because a lot of people
will get sick if this happens,"
Holland said. "A lot of people
will get sick. That's going to
interrupt our normal day-to-
day process.
"'The other' thing is having
all of the public and private
agencies working together on a
plan. We've done that, on the
national level. They're
updating the plan all the time.
They're-frequently revising it
and updating it.
"I really think preparation .is
the key to everything."
Also, people should do what
they're supposed to do during
any case of illness: avoid
others (stay home from work
and school), cover your mouth
and nose when coughing or
sneezing and washing your
hands frequently with soap and
water.
'-"Washing your hands is the
best way to present influenza
of any type," Holland said.
It is also a good idea for
people to stay informed,
whether it's paying attention to
the media or visiting Web sites
such ais those of the World
Health Organization
(www.who.int) and the
Department of Health and
Human Services Centers for
Disease Control and
Prevention (www.bt.cdc.gov)..
"Just be. aware of it and
don't take it lightly," Holland
said. "Take it seriously and
recognize if it occurs, it's
-going to impact all of us."


suggests having a supply of
water on hand because during
a pandemic, it may be
impossible to get to a store or
stores may be out of supplies.
In the case of a pandemic,
everyday services, such as-
those provided by stores and
other businesses, banks,
restaurants, government
offices and even hospitals,
could be interrupted. Schools
may be closed and people may
find themselves not able to go
to Work.
It is suggested that, in
preparing for a pandemic, you
make sure you have
prescription medications and
other health supplies on hand
and consider how to care for
those in your family who have
special needs. Prepare for a
possible reduction or loss of
income and plan on having


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* Sbap or alcohol-based hand
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The last. influenza pandemic
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BHS High Q heads to state competition in Orlando
^.ifll Si2. iSit .-------- --.--- CO.. .


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Parmenter
(front) and Tim
Hamel use
scrap paper to
work on a
question.


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prepare for
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BY LINDSEY KIRKLAND
Telegraph Staff Writer
The Bradford High School
High Q is headed off again to
test. their knowledge against
other schools throughout the
state.
Held today, Thursday, April
27, to Friday, April 29, at
Disney World in Orlando, the
competition allows the BHS
team to compete against
schools of their own size. In
the North Florida High Q
Conference Delta Division
Tournamen-tL held in
November, BHS was paired
against larger and more
academically\ intense schools.
Also unlike districts, the
state team maN be comprised
of \arsit, or junior varsity
members.
In order to prepare for state.
the High Q team held their
annual practice matches
against members of the BHS
faculty April I I and
members of the community
iApril 20 :
In the community match-up.
there were four teams, which
totalled more than 12 people
competing against the BHS'
._team.
V 'Coach Ronney Harris, with
assistants Adrian McClain and
Trixie Upton. read questions
and explained the game to
participants.
Teant 3. including school
board member Randy Jones:
and science teacher Greg'
Marshall '%on the competition
-after contesting a question in


After reading a question to all four teams,
assistant High Q coach Adrian McClain looks
up and waits for a team to buzz in' with the


- preparing for state after
returning from Christmas
break, and they hope their
preparation will pay off at
state.


answer.


,round two and being credited
.15 points, because the
announcer misread a question
in round three. They beat the-
BHS High Q team 148 to 138..
The. High Q team began


Hey, Pastor Hutcherson, what'd you get for number three? In a normal
classroom, this would be considered cheating, but in High 0, it's part of
the game that members of the same team can check with each other for
answers, as Pastor Bill Nicol (right) is doing with Pastor Mike
Hutcherson.


E=mc what? Terry Blakeslee discusses the bonus questions with his
teammates Kim Young (right) and Lois Blakeslee (left). Unlike a normal
round, bonus round questions could be answered with no penalty for
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the advertiser at the time of placement. However, the classified staff cannot be
held responsible for mistakes in classified advertising taken by phone. The
newspaper reserves the right to correctly classify and edit all copy or to reject or
cancel any advertisements at any time. Only. standard abbrevations will be
accepted.


40 Notices -/
EQUAL HOUSING OP-
PORTUNITY. All real
estate advertising in this
newspaper is subject to
the Federal Fair Housing
Act of 1968 which makes
I illegal o advernise 'any
preference, Imitalion or
aiscriminati,:,r, based on
race color, religion sex
or national origin, or an
intention to make any
SuCh preference, limiila-
tion or discrimination."
Familial slaius includes
crhiaren under itre age of
18 living vin parents or,
egail cuStodans preg-
nani women and people
securing Custody of Chl.
dren under 18 This
newspaper wt1 no t kno-A-
ingi. accept any ao0er
Fishing for real esalete
whicn is in ilOlalion ol nhe
. law Our readers are
hereby informed that all
dwellings advertised in
this newspaper are avail-


able on an e(ual oppor-
tunity basis. To complain
of discrimination, call
HUD toll-free at 1-800-
669-9777, the toll-free
telephone numberforthe
hearing impaired is 1-
800-927-9275..For fur-
ther information call
Florida Commission on
Human Relations. Lisa
Sutherland 850-488-
7082 ext #1005.
CLASSIFIED ADVERTIS-
ING should be submined
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wniing & paid in advance
unless credit has already
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READERS BEWARE
You need to investigate any workat--home
and Financial offers. Be careful and"
investigate all offers before sending your
hard earned dollars to these companies.
The Telegraph screens these Ads but
cannot always catch them all. If you have
any questions, call 904-964-6305.


Deadline is Tuesday at
12 noon prior to that
Thursday's publication.
Minimum charge is $8.00
for the first 20 words,
then 20 cents per word
thereafter.
42 Vehicles for
Sale
1995 MAZDA B2300, 5sp,
cold ac. dings, runs good
$1795. 1992 Lexus,
LS400, reduced $4500
firm. Also 94 Chevy Lu-
'mina Van, cold ac, runs
$1650. Call 904-964-
4111'. '
2002 FORD F 150 4 wneel,
automatic. V8 $10.950
Canl 904-591-0113 io-
cated in Keystone
Heights. ,
94 GRAND AM, 4 cylinder
: auto, new tires, cold A/C,
$1500 OBO. 91 Ford
Taurus, V-6 Auto, cold A/
C, $1250 OBO. Call
904-364-7256.
2004 HYUNDAI TIBURON
GT, V-6, 5 speed, spoiler,
silver, all power, C.C.,
25K miles, excellent con-
dition, -bra cover,
$14,500. Call 904-614-
6451.
2004 Honda CRV, LX, 4
cylinder, silver, auto-
matic, PW, PDL, tinted
windows, cruse control,
CD/cassette, 28K miles,
excellent condition. Call
904-614-6451.
88 HD 1200, sporty,


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"AFFORDABLE QUALITY"
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ROOF FREE REPAIRS
RE-ROOFS EXTENDED MOBILE HOMES
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LOW SLOPED & MAINTENANCE
GRAVEL INSURED STORM DAMAGE
"THE BEST POSSIBLE ROOF AT THE BEST POSSIBLE PRICE"
PO Office: 386-497-1419
PO Box 82 Toll Free ,1-866-9LW-ROOF
Ft. White, FL 32038 Fax: 386-497-1452


chopster, screaming
eagle ignition & air box,
drags wide glide front
end, 3% rake, 4 over
tubes, and more, $6000
firm. Call 904-782-1702
leave a message.
45 Land for
Sale
9.86 ACRES 1910 3BR/
2BA home, large work-
shop, RV shelter, fruit
trees, 8 mobile home
rentals. Very well main-
tained, country setting.
Asking $495,000. Call


Coldwell Banker, Smith &
Smith Realty 904-964-
9222.
2.5 ACRES CLEARED
new culvert, ready for
your home, great place
for horses, $62,500. Call
904-964-6708 leave
message.
COUNTRY CLUB! .56
ACRE, corner lot, 1/2
block from club house.
Call 904-545-4492.
1.8 ACRES in private sub-.
division. Nicely treed,
ready for your home or
MH. Call 904-545-4492.


7.25 ACRES 1 mile from
Starke City limits. 2BR/
2BA mobile home,' cul-

vert, cleared, partially
fenced, septic, $160,000.
Call 904-964-7414.
ACREAGE FOR SALE
Graham Florida. 8.36'
acres with a 2BR/2BA
block house with barn,
handyman special
$210,000. 24.6 acres on
CR18, beautiful pasture,
-with 3BR MH, $310,000.
96 acres on CR18 pas-
ture, woods & stream,
$720,000, possible fi-


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(across from Community State Bank)
Starke
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nancing. Call 727-944-
3337 or727-642-7694.
47 Commercial
Property
FOR LEASE OR sale. Ideal
location 2 parcels 2800
SOFT building with of-
ice, barn, mini storage,
5 acres, off of South 301.
Also 8 acres, partially
cleared. Both lots 3/10th
of a mile from new
Walmart. Call 904-964-
3827 for more informa-
tion.
COMMERCIAL/ RETAIL
space by Starke Post
Office for rent or lease.
For more information
please call 904-964-
6305 and ask for John.
DOWNTOWN STARKE
professional offices for
rent. Conference room,
kitchen, utilities and more
provided. Call 904-964-
2616.
48 Homes for
Sale
OWNER FINANCING
Brand new construction,
site built home, 3BR/
2BA, large wooded 2/3
acre loi, Keystone
Heights area. $1995
down. Call 352-692-
4343. www.new
house4ll.com.
BRAND NEW, 3BR/2BA
2150 sq ft, site Duilt
home, on 2/3 acre wth
paved roads, $154,900.
Call 352-692-4343. In-
formation available at
wwwrnew
house411 .com.1
WE BUY JUNKY
HOUSES, nice ones too.
Can close in under 72
hours. 352-258-0865 or
webuyjunkyhouses.com.
Old Lawtey Rd, 10
acres,$100,000.inside
city llmits.Sellerfinancing
'available. Call R AUS-
TIN REALTY @904-796-
0862.







Ul eenHre


49 Mobile
Homes for Sale
HILLIARD/ NEW Jacobsen
32 x48:3BR/2BA, set up
on 2 acres with well; sep-
tic & power polp in-
cluded, $734 per month.
Call 904-548-1480.
8 BRAND NEW HOMES
just bought out Double J
Mobile Home dealership
on US 17 just south of
*A1A. We are selling out
all existing inventory at
huge discounts! Call
904-548-1480 or come
by 850712 HWY 17 In
Yulee.
1996 DWMH Homes of
Merrit. 3BR2BA 24 X 52,
DW, washer & dryer,
front porch & A/C. Very
clean, must move,
$27,500 OBO. Call 352-
494-0124 or 904-964-
5116.
MOBILE HOME and land
for sale 1 acre lots,
please call 352-468-
2959.

50 For Rent
FURNISHED ROOMS
FOR RENT! COM-
PLETE with CH/A, cable
provided, all utilities paid
Central location. 10%o
discount on first months
rent for senior citizens.
Rooms with private bath,
$110-$120./wk. Room
without bath, $95. Laun-
dry facilities available.
Close to churches,
stores, downtown shop-
ping, theatre, and morel
Sep Manager at the
Magnolia Hotel, across
from the Starke Post Of-
fice. 904-964-4303.
WE HAVE 2 OR 3 bedroom
MH. clean, close to
prison. Call 352-468-
1323.
SOUTHERN VILLAS OF
Starke Apis Looking for
applicants 1& 2 BR HC
& non HC apartments.
Central ac/heat, on site
laundry, playground, pri-
vate and quiet atmo-
sphere. Located on
SR16, 1001 Southern
Villas Drive, Starke, FI or
call 904-964-7295, TDD/
TTY 711 Equal Housing
Opportunity.
FOR RENT- 2 & 3BR
homes, newly renovated.
SDeposit required Call
386-496-3067, 678-438-
6828 or 678-438-2865,
for more Information


Take a photo, bring to the Telegraph,
.131 W. Call St. 964-6305
Ask for Jo!
An Ad this size is only $25.60.
11,000 copies distributed in
Lake Butler, Keystone/Melrose and
Bradford County


KEYSTONE AREA Nice
3BR/2BA ranch style
house on 5 acres, & dirt
road, $700 per month &
$700 deposit. 1 year
lease & credit check re-
quired. Call 904-259-
4126.,
FOR RENT; 14x70 mobile
home, 2BR/2BA, CH-/A,
heat, $575 per month. A
security deposit plus first
and last months rent is.
required. Call,904-964-
8431 or 352-745-1189.
2BR/1BA MH CH/A, $450
per month, no pets, first
& last, plus deposit. Call
904-964-8218. Lease
and reference required.
Starke area. Senior dis-
count.
LARGE 3BR/2BA DW, all
electric, CH/A, no pets,
$550 per month. Call
904-964-6445.
3BR LAKE HOUSE. CH/
A, fireplace. Keystone
Heights, Clay County,
$700 per month, first, last
& secunty Call 352-475-


FOR RENT- 2 & 3BR

homes, newly renovated.
Deposit require. Call
678,438-6828 or 678-
438-2865, for more infor-
mation.
LARGE OFFICE Down-
town. Ideal for several.
persons to occupy. $500
per month with 1 year
lease. Call 904-964-
6305.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
SWMH large 2BR/2BA
excellent condition, CH/
A; $475. Available after
May 1, 2006. Rentals re-
quire security deposit,
utilities & must have good
rental history. Lake
Geneva MH Park ON
SR 100. Under new own-
ershipl Call Rick 352-
473-3569.
FOR RENT DOWNTOWN
Business & Professional
office store.This 1500 s
ft building has offices &
reception area, new car-
pet and paint Monthly
rent w/ophon Io lease
long term $600 per
month, or long term
lease discount Call Vir-
ginia at 904-964-6305
NEWLY REMODELED up-
stairs apartment in down-
town Slarke. 2/BR. CH/-l
A $450 month, 1st, last,
ana securely deposit Call
Joan at 904-964-4303.
LAKE GENEVA 2BR/1 BA
MH, lake front $500 per
monln. with $200 secu-
nty deposit, no pels Call
352-478-2697
LAKE GENEVA huge lake
front DWMH, 3BR/2BA,
$800 per month plus
$300 secury. no pets.
McDonalds Trailer parx.
call 352-478-2697


T.H.E. Apartments
922 E. Brownlee St. Stake, Florida
Newly Remodeled
2 & 3 Bedrooms Available
Rent is based On Income
,Water, Sewer
On-Site Laundry Facility & Play Areas
Office Open: Monday Friday 8:00 to 4:30 p.m.
Call (904) 964-7133
S Loicerr, A ix -,.M 03 E 38i .1J ;.


Bobby Campbell

Roofing, Inc.
Licensed & Insured

1904 804 ..-834

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LANDIHOME PKGS. in Alachua, Bradford,
Columbia, Gilchrist. Levy, Dixie, Marion, Putnam
and Union counties. As low as $389/month. Call
Gene, Jim and Roy. (352). 372-4663. Westgate
Mobile Home Sales.

Westgate Home Center,
4431 NW 13th St. Gainesville. FL
352-372-HOME (4663)


FREE



FREE

PUPPIES!
Beautiful short
haired 6 week
old puppies.
Mom's a
English / Colby
mix. Dad's a
Traveling
Heinz.
Very healthy
and playful.
Just the right
companion

Call

(386)

496-1215
9 am 8 pm


5087, 352-475-3440.
IMMACULATE LIVING
conditions. 2BR house,
fully equipt kitchen, one
car garage, screen porch
and more. In town of
Keystone Heights. No
Pets. $850 per month
rent, last month rent &
security deposit, 1 yr
lease, credit report & ref-
erence required. Carroll
Rentals & Management
Inc, call 352-473-1025.
CAMPER TRAILER LOT
for rent in country, on 1
acre. Call after 7pm. Call
352-468-2864.
51 Lost &
Found
LOST DACHSHUND black
and tan, her name is
Xena, small standard
Dachshund. Call 352-
473-4884.
52 Animals &
Pets
DOGS FOR ADOPTION
OR P:STERING Lots


of puppies all ages, 10
kittens ready in 4 weeks,
come and look we will
save for you. (F) 2
Beagle mix puppies 3
months. Black lab and
Bulldog mix (F) 1 yr,2 (F)
American Bulldog. Male
white Chow mix, (F) Aus-
tralian Shep mix 5yrs.
(M) beagle 3 years, 2
black chow mix puppies
.(M). Walker (F) needs
good home. Many more
available. All need a lov-
ing home, must get shots
and fixed. Call Tammy at
352-258-6582 or Cristy
at 904-334-7319 or
Bradford County Paws
904-964-9200.
BABY GOAT, adorable
Nubian buckling, born St.
Valentine's day. De-
homed, descended, and
bottle raised. Walks on
lead and comes when
called. Very friendly, $75
to a good home-only. Call
904-964-3704,.6
CHIHUAHUA PUPPIES
: DOB is 2-5-06, health


Small or Large Parcels
With or Without
Homes

Call Glen ourcey
W 352-485-1818


ROOMS
FOR RENaT
Economy Inn
Lawtey, FL
Daily $35 & up
Wkly S169 up
Daily Rm Service
Microwave Cable"'
Refrigerator Local Phone
(904) 782-3332




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Rental Assistance!
1,2, & 3 Bedroom HC
& Non-HC Accessible
Apartments
"The Best Place to Live"
Orangewood
Apartments
801 South Water Street
Starke, FL 32091
904-964-4214
Mon Thurs 8-12 and 1-5
TDD/TrY 711
Equal Housing Opportunity


4BR/2BA, 1, 148 sq. ft., BRAND NEW on 1/3 acre land in
Keystone Heights area. Features open floor plan, blinds
throughout. Price includes land,
,$117,900
Realtors Welcome
INFORMATION ON HOMES AVAILABLE AT
WWW.NEWHOUSE411.00M

quality Land Investments, Inc.
(352) 692-4343


American
D ream (90410945424 (s52)473-3800
rea 205 TempleAve. 185S. Lawrence Blvd.
of Northeast Florida, Inc. Starke Keystone HeIghts
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completely fenced with tile floors, bonus Walking distance to elementary and junior
family room and oversized indoor laundry, high. Roof and heat pump have been replaced
$95,000. MLS#295882. in past 2-3 yrs. $110,000. MLS#29156.








Nice 3BR/2BA vinyl over frame w/brick trim. 3BR/2BA in Gainesville w/bonus rooms,
New tile floors in kitchen and baths. New spacious kitchen & family rm. on Ige. corner
carpet in other area. New 14x24 wooden deck lot. Walking and biking distance from UF,
ready for hot thub. 162.5Af. MI.

certificate. Starke. Cash
only please $300. Call
904 364-7152
MARE VERY CALM, no
bad habits, easy keeper,
aprox 17 yrs old, 14
hands, owned for 12
years, $ 1100. Pony 48"
tall, pulls cart. Pony cart
and leather harness
$1200. Call 352-475-
3468 or 904-707-6251.
MINI DACHSHUND puppy,
brown, male, 4 months
old, CKC health certifi-
cate, shots, paper
trained, $ 350. Call 352-.
473-1117
53 A Starke
Yard Sales
5 FAMILY YARD SALE
Sat, at Nettles place,
9416 SR100 W, on left,
5 mile from red light at
301 & 100, 8am to 1pm.
Lots of baby boy and girl.
clothes, household
items, purses, to much
to list, everything must
go. Call 904-964-8705.
FRI & SAT. 9AM TO 71233
SR 230 E. 2 driveways
past the Country Club
Lots of household Items,
little furniture. computer.
electronics, bicycles-


good prices.
2 FAMILY GARAGE SALE
April 26,27 & 28. Raine
or shine!! 7am til ? Bi-
cycles, furniture, tools,
clothes, collectibles, (M
& M's Etc.), lots of
household items for
kitchen, bath, bedrooms.
Pictures, decor accesso-
ries. Across from the
DumR in starke, HWY
301 N, turnright on Mar-
ket Rd, cross rr tracks,
left at intersection,
around curve to right, 1st
dirt road to left, 3 story


house In pecan grove,
follow signs.
HUGE ESTATE SALE last
weekend everything
priced to go. 1033 SR
230 (call St.), Starke, 3
miles east of 301.Sat &
Sun lOam to 6pm. 60 yr
accumulation. Tools, fur-
niture, electronics,
household items, big
screen TV, tractor-
bushhog, box scraper.
Call 904-982-0123q.
SAT ONLYI 8am to 1pm.
100 towards Keystone,
behind Tonys Food Mart,
follow signs. Chlldrens


Driveways Sidewalks
Slabs Footings
Decorative Concrete
Coating in many colors
Pumping & Finishing
FREE ESTIMATES
Bus: (904) 9"64-3827
Mobile: (904) 364-7153


"HORSES FOR SALE.
A Pinto 6 )r. old Mare. part Paso Fino Paint. a little green but
tery ridable by experienced rider. Ver beautiful animal, 15-16
hands.
Two Montana Mustang Geldings. A Bay & Roan. O-ne coming 6
ir. old, the other a 5 3r. old. Neither is broke, but wvill.not be hard
to get a handle on them.
Have one western saddle, several bridles, breast collar, leads,
blankets, headstalls, eic.

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items, clothes, house-
hold items, book cases,
furniture and more.
HUGE YARD SALE Sat
onlyill April 29th, 8am to
4pm, at Crosley Trailer,
1/4 north of the Gate
store on HWY 301.
-53 B Keystone
Yard Sale
PONTOON BOAT, canoe,
murphy bed, 16" band
saw, radial saw, bench
drill press, wind surfer,
large stage horn fern,.
tools, household items.
8008 Breezy Pt. Rd. W.
Melrose, Sat. April 29th,
9am to 4pm. Call 352-
475-5987.
GARAGE SALE Postmas-
Sters Merrian Rd, Keystone
Heights, Baby furniture,
misc Items. Fri & Sat,
8arr to 4pm.
55'Wanted
LOOKING FOR used or
new items for family in
need., We can use any-
thing. Call 386-965-
0127. .
LAWN/GARDEN EQUIP-
MENT working or not.
Pickup. buy, fix and sell.
Call 386-496-8431.
57 For Sale "
BED $100 NEVER USED
Full size orthopedic
pillowlop 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 in truck
and can deliver. $395,-
call 352-376-1600
QUEEN PILLOWTOP
mattress, set. $130 real
pillowtop set. Anything
cheaper is cheap. Brand
new made by
Posturecraft. Still in plas-
tic. Can deliver, call
Brian 352-264-9799.
57
BED BRAND NEW KING
Sacrifice $195. 3pc or-,
Sthopedic pi'lowtop set.
Never used set, still
wrapped In plastic witn
original warranty. Name
brand Posturecraft. Can
deliver call Brian at 352-
494-0333
HOT TUB/SPA $1795
Brand new. Loaded with
therapy jets, 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 sleign
bed. All dovetail con-
struction, trueglide
drawers Never been
used Stili in boxes Re-
Stall $6500 sacrifice
$1300 Can deliver Call
Brian at 352-264-9799.
POOL TABLE georgous 8'
all wo cat fItrir-f't
pockets, Italiamn' slate,
carved legs. Brand new
still in crate. Cost $4500
sell for $1350. Call 352-
264-9799
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
2BR/1BA older mobile
home.,CH/A, front porch,
close to elementary
school, oack deck, large
shed, on 1.25 acres.
$34,500. Call 904-966-
0494.
SS TWIN sets $89, full
sets $129, Queen sets
$159. King sets $189.
Mattress Factory. 441
East Brownlee St. Car-.
pets also- large ropm
size pieces. Save a lot.
Cash and carry. Call
Sonia at 352-473-7173
or 904-964-3888.
KENMORE WASHER and
dryer,-new type $100
and up each, electric
stove, written guarantee,
free local delivery. For
appointments, call 904-
964-8801.
BED-QUEEN orthopedic
Pillowtop mattress and
-box. Name brand, new in
,plastic, with warranty
Can deliver. Sacrifice
$140. Call 352-372-
8588. :
BED-KING SIZE Pillowtop
mattress and boxspnng
with manufactures war-
ranty, Brand new still In
plastic. Can deliver. Sell
for $170. Call 352-372-
7490.
BEDROOM SET 7 piece
Gorgeous cherry queen/
king bed, dresser, mirror,
2 nightstands, chest
available, dovetail con-
qtrluction. New still in
boxes. Retail $6100,
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 lot. Cash and carry.
Call Sonia at 352-473-
7173 or 904-964-3888.
MATTRESS TWIN sets
$89, full sets $129,
Queen sets $159, King
sets $189. Mattress Fac-
tory, 441 East Brownlee
St. Carpets also- large
room size pieces. Save
a lot. Cash and carry.
Call Sonia at 352-473-
7173 or 904-964-3888.
BED-QUEEN orthopedic
Pillowtop mattress and
box. Name brand, new In
plastic, with warranty.
Can deliver. Sacrifice
$100. Call 352-372-
8588.


LAWN MOWERS &
TRAILERS for sale. Call
904-964-4118.
CHERRY ENTERTAIN-
MENT center, 34 x 76.
Excellent condition,
$500 OBO. Call 904-
,964-5736, leave a mes-
sage.
4 KITCHEN CHAIRS
(white & natural) $ 60.
Ice cream table & 2
chairs (metal with glass


James & Linda Dailey
Owners & Operators
Licensed & Insured


top table.
4 KITCHEN CHAIRS white
and natural, $60. Ice
cream table & 2 chairs,
metal with glass top
table, $30. 2 twin
matresses, -special
sizes, like new, $40. All
in excellent condition.
Call 904-964-9512.
59 Personal
Services
CUSTOM CUTS Lawn &
Landscape, customized
lawn care, sod, trim-
ming, landscape design.
Reasonable rates, free
estimates. Commercial
& residential. Licensed
and Insured. Call 386-
496-2820, if no answer
please leave message.
CONCEILED WEAPONS
permit course. 1 hour
$35 for individual or
group. Call 904-964-
5019.
CLARK FOUNDATION
REPAIRS, INC. Cor-
rection of termite & wa-
ter-damaged wood &
sills. Leveling & raising
Houses/Bldgs. Pier Re-
placement & alignment.
Free Estimates: Danny
(Buddy) Clark, (904)-
284-2333 or 1-800-288-
0633.
PRESSURE WASHING,
CLC home exterior
cleaning. Roofs, siding,.
decks, driveways, side-
walks. Free estimates,
call Curtis, 904-964-
4940. *


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


HUGE INDOOR SALE

Everything must go...
Living, Dining, Bedroom furniture,
Wash, Dryer,..MuCh, Much More!

April 28 -298 am-4 pm

42,Cpty St.S Starke
(Street alongside New Method Cleahers)


REAL ESTATE SALES
PROPERTY INVESTMENTS
Serving AllFlorida & Out of State Buyers!
North & North Central FL Plus!
Ready to Invest Now in Property & Land? Many
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Back. Constant Work Toward Your Wants, Strong
Land Background 20+ Years.
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386-758-8972 or 386-365-1961
9-8 daily for your appointment
E-mail: mkrus 99@yahoo.com
Invest Now-Its Your Future!


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training. Call Sherry at
904-964-8851.
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SHOP HELP NEEDED, fi-.
berglass manufacturing
and trimming will train.
Full time 40 hour week.
Apply in person at U S
Body Source, 1.5 miles
South of Hampton on -
CR 325.
CARE GIVER 2 years
experience working with
eldeny or disabled cli-


ents. 2 or 3 days per
week. Su-EI's Retire-
ment Home, Hampton.
Phone 352-468-2619.
NURSERY HELP
NEEDED, weed pulling,
fertilizing etc. Full time
40 hour week. Apply In
person at U S Body
Source, 1.5 miles South
of Hampton on CR 325.
COMPANY SPECIALIZ-
ING In Erosion control
now hiring the following
positions: Crew leaders,
equipment operators, la-
borers, Class A CDL
drivers, mechanics-valid
Drivers license a Mustl
Fax resume to 904-275-
3292 or call 904-275-
4960, EOE.


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Big On-Site Estate Auction

Saturday, April 29, 2006 10:30 am Rain or Shine
From Keystone Heights light, take SR 21 S. approx. 5.4 miles to Geneva Lake Estates. Turn left on S.E. 28th Street
into Geneva Lake Estates. Goto S.E. 28th Way, turn left, go to the large brick house at 214 28th Way. Watch for signs.
This the estate of the late Marshal Thompson. This 4-bedroom brick house is full of quality, like new furniture, lamps,
pots, pans, etc.; plus a boat & trailer and 3 guns.
Regulation size Brunswick Wellington pool table, balls & que sticks, billiard ball clock, cream colored
leather sofa w/2 matching chairs & ottomans. Black leather sofa, 2 wing back Queen Ann chairs, 2 older sofa
beds, 2 matching living room chairs, leather office chair, large office desk, ornate wrought iron w/glass top
coffee table & 2 matching end tables, other coffee & end tables. Small credenza, large curio cabinet, glass &
upholstered arm chairs, 5-shelf corner stand, hall table, TV table, large fancy 3-piece entertainment center,
glass top dinette table & 4 chairs, several different sets of bar stools, near new 36 in. Proscan TV, Magnavox
portable TV, Sony 9 in. TV, Hitachi 12 in. TV, Spectra 4 in. TV and a Quasar TV. Large beveled gilded mirror,
several pieces of nice artwork (seascapes, etc.), video & DVD players, knick knacks & east iron Schlitz wagon
and horses.I
Keller champagne colored 4-poster king size bed w/mattress & box springs, tall armoire w/entertainment
center on top, dresser w/mirror, 2 night stands & matching magazine rack. Modem king size bed w/box springs
& mattress, night stand w/double mirrors & 2 matching night stands. Plus a 3rd king size bed w/box springs &
mattress, dresser & 2 night stands, 2 matching rattan look single beds, dresser w/mirror & night stands, king
size bedding. 285 T Pro-Form tread mill, repro tabletop radio, several nice brass & crystal table & floor lamps,
repro leaded & stained glass lamp, Koss radio/cassette player, newer pitcher umbrella stand, several nice flower.
arrangements, new mantle clock, Coca Cola train set, Marilyn Monroe cookie jar, Marilyn Monroe 5 ft. card
board cut out & small clock. Service for 8 Keltcraft Noritake China w/serving pieces, nice service for 8
everyday china, 3 sets of pots & pans, #7 Griswold fry pan, 2 sets of glass nesting bowls, baking dishes, mixer,
Fostoria glasses plus lots of other glasses and other kitchen items. 2-drawer fi e cabinet, wrought iron patio
table, umbrella & 4 chairs, 2 wrought iron chairs, large covered porch swing, Sunbeam gas grill, lots of towels
& wash cloths, Frigidaire upright freezer.
2 ft. wood ship, marbles, electronic dart board, 2 rods & reels, tackle box, Ridgid wet dry vac, Coleman
lantern, hand sprayer, Honda 5.5 hp yard van, 2 large sections of fire hose, Homelite gas blower, ele. Toro
blower, edger, wheelbarrow, alum. stepladder, step stool, bug zapper, few yard tools, life preservers, hammock,
Trump guitar, Bruno banjo, 3 real nice golf bags, and Christmas decor.
Fiberglass Skeeter boat & Skeeter boat trailer, Mariner Marathon 135 outboard motor & trolling motor.
Pellet gun, Remington 870 magnum 12 gauge shotgun, 22 cal. Fabco pistol, old Smith & Wesson 32 cal. pistol,
(pat dates late 1800's). Hand drills & other tools. Lots more not listed.
BRING YOUR OWN CHAIRS & BOXES FOOD & SODAS AVAILABLE.
Announcements day of the auction have precedence over all advertisements.
Terms of auction: Cash or check w/lD. Visa, MasterCard, Debti card. 12% Buyer's Premium plus tax. 2% BP discount
w/cash or check.

Auction by KEYSTONE AUCTION SERVICE
AB#1648, Col. Ken Mitchell, AU #2225
5500 SE 3rd Ave., Keystone He-ghto, FL 32656. Call for Information (352) 473-9008


CONSTRUCTION WORK-
ERS, helper positions
available, very little ex-
perience needed, full
timeand part time avail-
able, some benefits. Ap-
ply in person at Autho-
rized Construction Ser-
vices, 7200 SE US
HWY 301, Hawthorne.
352-481-0008.
DELIVERY/WARE-
HOUSE career opportu-
nity: We are looking for
dependable, self moti-
vated people who enjoy
working in a retail deliv-
ery/warehouse position.
If you have a valid driv-
ers license, can meet the
DOT driving require-
ments for vehicles with
GVWR greater than


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10,000 Ibs but less than
26,000 Ibs, are able to
push, pull, lift and/or
carry material up to 100
Ibs. please consider join-
ing our team. The posi-
tion offers competitive
compensation and ben-
efits package. Apply .in
person at Farmers Fur-
niture, 835 W Walnut St,
Starke. Only candidates
selected for an interview
will be contacted. EOE.
CONSTRUCTION CLEAN
UP some heavy lifting
required;, drivers license
and rehiale transporta-
tion required, Ilexable
hours, Keystone.
Melrose, Starke areas.
Starting at $10 per hour.
References. Call 352-


692-4343. Information
available at www.new
house411.com.
C a m p
counselors,lifeguards
(will train), nurses, arts/
crafts director, eques-
trian staff. Min. age 18:
Salary + meals & hous-
ing. 6/5-7/30. 800-347-
2688 or
dridgway@girlscouts-
gateway.org. ,
APPLICATIONS being
accepted for the execu-
live directors posiroln at
Ine union county hous-
ing autnoriry Forward
resume witn quilicalions
to Union County Hous-
Ing Autnority, Board of
Commissioners. 715
West Main Street. Lake


Butler, Florida 32054.
Resume must me
received no later than
May 19, 2006 by
4:00pm.
SUMMER RECREATION
AIDE City of Starke is
looking for individuals to
supervise ana assist in
all activities and pro-
grams. Supervise and
stimulate interest among
children in various types
of sports, arts & crafts,
games, special arts and
chaperon field trips. As-
sist In developing the rec-
reational program for the
assigned area or activ-
ity With the ability to
lead, and Instruct cn.l-
dren in assinged recre-
atlonal activities with the
ability to maintain


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acres next to park, paved road, homes only. Greht location close to
wn. $110,000


FLORIDA CREDIT UNION
has money to .jnd for
M.H. & land packages.
1-800-284-1144.
65 Help
Wanted
ASSISTANT SUPERVI-
SOR position available
immediately. Residen-
tial construction, Key-
stone area, minimum 2
years experience re-
quired, pay commiserate
with experience, $15 to
$20 per hour. Please fax
resume to 352-692-
4343.
2 POSITIONS NEEDED
Punch out person & a
cabinetinstaller/counter
top maker needed for
Keystone area, pays
$12-$17 per hour. Call '
352-692-4343.
DRIVER CDL A or B
needed for local route.
FT, M/F, drug free, apply
in person. Damper Sep-
tic Tanks Gainesville.
HELP WANTED- Con-
struction Contractor and
sub-contractors several
openings in various ar-
eas of building (framing,
finish, roofing, concrete/
olock, plumbing, electri-
cal & siding) must have
experience in one or
more of construction
phases, own tools and
Iransponalion Call 352-
258-0865.
AVON REPS needed in all
areas. Start up and earn
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Classified Ads


Read our Classifieds on the

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Where one call

6- does it a/ll!

964-6305 43-2210 ,496-2261 E


discipline and to solve
disciplinary problems.
Individuals must be able
to establish and maintain
effective working
relationships with the pub-
lic of all age levels. Indi-
viduals must communi-
cate clearly and
concisley, orally and In
writing. Must be 18 years
old or older in good
health, with good physl-
eal stamina. Will be
working inside and out-
side. Apply at City Hall.
NOW HIRING FOR parts
position and mechanic at
Lazenby Equipment.
Will train. Call 904-964-
4238, Monday thru Fri-
day 9am to 5pm. Drug
Free Work Place. TFN
MOBILE HOME set up
man needed, please call
352-468-2959.
ELECTRICAL HELP reli-
able transportation,7am
to 3pm, M-F. Health in-
surance, vacation, paid
holidays, bonuses.
DFWP. Call 904-367-
0676.-
APPLICATIONS being
accepted for the Clerical
Specialist position at the
union county housing
authority. Forward re-
sume with qualifications
to: Union County Hous-
ing Authority, 520 S.W.
8th Street, Apt # 102,
Lake Butler, Florida
* 32054. Resume must
me recieved no later
than April 28,, 2006 by
4:00pm.
LIVE-IN for elderly gentle-
man, single female, easy
to live with. Lighthouse
keeping and some cook-
ing. Salary plus room
and board. For details
and Interview call 904-
368-1113.
SENIOR SERVICES Case
Manager/Union'County.
Responsible for client
case records, home vis-
its, client assessments,
case plans, and'case
management. Desirable
qualifications: 4 year col-
le,ge degree with course.
work in Social Work,
Sociology, Psychology,
Nursing, Gerontology,
and/or related fields.
Two years experience In
Ge(ontology and/or re-
lated fields Experience
may oe substituted for,
the college required.
Submit resume to
SREC, Inc. PO Box 70,
Live Oak, FL 32064 or
386-362-4115. Deadline
is 5/3/2006. Volce/TDD
Affirmative Action Ern-
ployer.
EIGHT ,JUDICIAL
CIRCIUT CourtAdminis-
tration is seeking an Ad-
ministrative Assistant I-
#6331 (position located
in tarke). Standing sal-
ary Is $20,455 annually-
30 hourS per weel Clos-
ing date is Wednesday
May 3, 2006. For de-
tailed Information visit
our web. site at:
Swww.circuit8.org. .
CDL CLASS A well
established carrier is
looking for experienced
drivers with a minimum
of two years tractor
trailer experience. We'
offer a five day work
week and our drivers are
home every night.
Health, dental, & 401K
available. Must pass
DOT requirements.
Please contact Don
Turner at 800-488-0409.
We are 'an equal
opportunites employer.
ENTRY LEVEL or experi-
enced- 2nd shift. Ameri-
can Access Technolo-
gies Is now accepting
applications for our Key-
stone Heights location.
Will train with great po-
tential for advancement.
Train to be a punch op-
erator, grinder, run a
hardware press, brake
operator, etc. First and
second shift possibilities.
40 hours a week with
possible overtime.
DFWP. Good benefits.
352-473-4984. -
ASSEMBLY AMERICAN
Access Technologies.
located in Keystone
Heights is accepting ap-
plications for assembly
positions. Will train.
Hours are from Monday
thru Thursday from 7am
to 3:30pm, and Friday
from 6:30am to 3:30pm.
SSarting salary is $7.25
per hour. DWFP, good
benefits. CaJI 352-473-
4984.






CiMIINITY CILLISE
LIBRARY
TECHNICIAN I
A paraprofessional position
maintaining all Library I
circulation functions and
assisting users with online
catalog, orientation and
reference. Must-be able to travel
to attend workshops and able to
work some nimghts and
weekends.
Associate degree in appropriate
area plus one year clerical and
one year related experience, or
High School diploma with three
years related experience.
Working knowledge of EX
Libris Aleph Cimrculation
software, Aleph Reserve
applications, and Dewey
Decimal System preferred.
Salary: $21,612 plus benefits
Application deadline:
May 16,2006
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
LCCC is accredited by the
Southern Association
of Colleges and Schools
VP/ADA/EA/EO College in
Education & Emolovment


IMMEDIATE OPENINGS
for the following
Pipelayer, Hoe, Dozer,
Loader OP, Hillman,
Tailman & Laborer. Ap-
ply in person at
Earthworks. 11932 NSR
121 Macclenny', FL
32063, or call 904-653-
2800. 6
BARNES HC SVCS/
Optioncare Is seeking a
delivery technician for
medical equipment de-
liveries/setups in
Bradford and surround-
ing counties. Good driv-
ing record. Medical
equipment/02 exp pre-
ferred. On call hours ap-
ply. Part time/PRN work
from 5:30pm to 9:30 pm.
Apply in person for fax
resume to 904-368-
0751,1548 A South Wa-
terSt, Starke. Drug Free
Workplace/EOE. Barnes
HC Svcs/Optioncare.
Must be 21 or older.
LOCAL FLOORING Co
seeks FT helper. Expe-
rience & references re- -
quired. Reliable trans-
portation a must. Tools
provided. Great pay. Call
for an interview, 352-
235-2105
MECHANICS great pay &
benefits package at
Centruion Auto Trans-
port. FT evenings or 3rd
shift. Exp.-Truck, trailer
& minor welding. Apply:
(M-F, 8am to 4pm) 5912
New Kings Rd,
Jacksonille. Call 800-
889-8139.
CHRISTIAN RETIRE-
MENT ECC/ALF exper- :
encedcaregiver needed
for 3pm to 11pmr shift.
First Aid/CPR, medicatin-
training provided. Will
accept applications from
CNA's. No phone calls.
Apply In person at the
Park of the Palms, 706
Palms Circle, Keystone-
FL.


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900 S. Water St.
SR 100 East
Starke'


2, 3 and 4


Bedroom Apartment Homes


CALL FOR MOVE-IN SPECIALS!


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Base Pay plus Commission starting at $37,000
CDL Class A is a plus, but not Required!
LOOKING FOR A GREAT JOB GREAT
BENEFITS AND ADVANCEMENT,
OPPORTUNITIES


Medical
Paid Vacations


Dental
401(k)


Apply online at www.pbgcareers.com
(Select Gainesville, FL location)


DRIVERS WANTED
IMMEDIATE POSITIONS FOR EXPERIENCED CLASS A DRIVERS

MID-FLA HAULING, INC.
LOCAL $575 -$675-HOME EVERY NIGHT
HEALTH/LIFE INSURANCE AVAILABLE PAID VACATION
401K QUARTERLY SAFETY/PERFORMANCE BONUS
$1,000 SIGN ON BONUS
DRIVER REFERRAL BONUS

CALL 1-800-766-7558

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*EXPERIENCED 0LS A DRIVERS NEEDED


CHIP & LIVEBOTTOM VANS

-$1000 Sign on Bonus, Home Nights

Local Runs $650 $750+

Health/Life Ins Avail, 401k

Paid Vacation, Wkly Performance Bonus

$500 Quarterly- Safety/Poer Bonus

DOT Insp & Driver Referral Bonus

FLATBED DRIVERS

$700 -$1000 WKLY

HOME 1-2 NIGHTS & EVERY W/E


CALL

PRITCHETT TRUCKING, INC.


14800-808-3052


Keystone Hauling &

Handyman Service, LLC


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yard and building main-
tenance, and operator
lawn and tractor equip-
ment. 16 to 20 hours per
week, hours will include
Sunday. Applications
are available at the Key-
stone Airport, 7100 Air-
port Road Starke, FL
32091.1 -
DRIVERS RUN southeast
only, 17companydrivers
needed, home every
weekend, 80% drop &
hook, sign on bonus,
health& dental, paid va-
cation, rider
program(immediate).
CDL/A 2 yrs OTR.
Shoreline Transporta-
tion. Call 877-208-9176.
65RS about money.
$4000 sign on bonus.
Home most weekends.
Hogan Van. EOE. Class
A 800-444-6042."
WANTED EXPERIENCED

employees Dump truck
drivers, concrete crew/


labors. Expereince pre-
ferred, DFWP w/ ben-
efits apply within
Andrews Paving Inc, 627
NW 123rd Place,
Gainesville FL. Call 386-
462-1115.
REAL ESTATE CLOSING
agent for busy title com-
pany. Only experienced
closer need apply.
Please\tax resumes to
904-964-5290.
LEGALASS STANT/SEC-
RETARY with real estate
experience needed for a
fast pace lawfirm in Key-
-stone Heights. Only ex-
perienced persons need
apply. Please fax re-
sume to 352-473-0358.
TIRE MAN NEEDED.-'Six
months experience re-
quired mounting and in-
stalling tires on class "A
trucks. Top payfor expe-
rience. Apply in person
atHWY 121 atl1050SE
6th St, or call 1-800-486-
7504.


DRIVERS EXCELLENT
pay, great benefits, night
incentives. ClassACDL-
X & Tanker, plus 2 years
Tractor Trailer experi-
ence. Clean MVR. Call
904-632-1288.
w w w eag l t
ransportcorp.com
NEED A GOOD JOB learn
a technical skill with full
pay and benefits .while
you train. H.S. grads 17-
23. Paid relocation. Call
800-342-8123 or 800-
843-2189.
LAWN WORKER
NEEDED, must have
good driversllcense and
own transportation, train
for lead man, with at
least 6 months commer-
cial exp. Call Larry at
352-473L2542.
CITY OF STARKE pur-
chasing department has
a job position open for a
Delivery/Warehouse-
man., Duties to Include
but are not limited'to.


deliveries and pick-ups
from vendors, safely
load and unload supplies
from delivery trucks by
hand or forklift, pull stock
from shelves for all de-
partments and advise
Director of Purchasing
when stock items are
low, keep stock ware-
house clean and safe,
responsible for feul facil-
ity readings and log,
open all gates daily in
the maintenance yard
and perform other duties
as directed. Employee
works under direct su-
pervision of the Director
of Purchasing. Must
have a High School Di-
ploma or GED, must
have a current Florida
Drivers License. Must
pass pre employment
drug screen and
background check. Ap-
plications can be picked
up at the Bradford Ca-
reer Center located at


LPN/RN PT day st. No
weekends. AssisfsDirec-
tor of Nursing with care
of ECC/ALF residents
for doctor visits, charting,
orientation No phone
calls. Apply in person at
the Park of the Palms,
706 Palms Circle, Key-
stone FL.
MA INTENANCE/
GROUNDS/CON-
STRUCTION FT, resi-
dential licensed plumber
for Christian Retirement
Center. Apply in person
at the Park of the Palms,
706 Palms Circle, Key-
stone FL.
GILMAN BUILDING Prod-
ucts company is accept-
ing applications for
Storeroom Trainee at the
Sawmill located in Lake
Butler. This position is
second shift receiving,
inventorying and Issuing
parts. A high school di-
ploma or equivalent is
required. Computer
knowledge is required.
We have competitive
rates & 401 K, dental &
health insurance, paid
vacation, holidays & pro-
motional opportunities.
Interested applicants
should apply in person
Monday through Friday-


Driver Dedicated Regional




Avg. $825 $1025/wk

65% preloaded/pretarped

Jacksonville, FL Terminal

CDL-A req'd 877-428-5627

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TACO

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General Manager Position
Successful and Growing local Fast Food
establishment is seeking experienced
management candidates for the position
of General Manager. Wage $30k + bonus
and benefit package. For immediate
consideration, apple\ online at
www.TeamMomex.com.
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Responsibilities will in-
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preparation & project.
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district competitions.
As a member of Future
Business Leaders of America
(FBLA), junior Erica Slayton
placed first in the Word
Processing II competition at
the FBLA. State Leadership
Conference and Competition.
She won a trophy and $250 in
cash.
To be eligible for *state,
Slayton placed third in 'the
district competition where she
competed against schools from
Union and Alachua counties.
Five other BHS students
won or placed high enough at
district competition to be
eligible for state testing, held
April 18 as part of the four-day
conference.
Competing against
thousands of other students in
Orlando, these BHS FBLA
members an4d their
competitions were Sam
Osborn Computer Concepts,
Brittany Willamns Word
Processing II, Tracy Ledger -
Word Processing I, Shruti
Desai Word Proce.sing I and
Chris Davis Marketing.
FBLA District 6 President
Jerems Pierce. from BHS. and
adviser Chris Hopkins
attended the state competition
as well.


The BHS FBLA is a
relatively new chapter, having
been in existence for only a
few years, so the chapter is
very proud that one of its
members. qualified for
nationals and the others did
well at district and state.
If Slayton chooses to attend,
the national FBLA competition
will take place June 29-July 2.


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 "ill be
several clinics held before then


(L-R) Bradford High School Future Business Leaders of America advisor
Chris Hopkins. and students Sam Osborn, Erica Slayton, Brittany
Williams, Tracy Ledger, Shruti Desai and Chris Davis attended and .
competed in the state leadership conference 'and competition April 17-
20 in Orlando. District 6 president Jeremy Pierce (not pictured) went
with the group. Slayton placed first in Word Processing II and qualified
for national competition.


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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.


Need volunteers? The
Bradford/Union Volunteer Center
can help organizations find volun-
teers on the Internet. Fill out a brief
form and your volunteer opportuni-
ties will be posted at no charge at*
www.volunteergateway.org. Forms
may be picked up at the Bradford
Executive Center at 113 E. Call
Street in Starke.
The Alachua County
Organization for Rural Needs
(ACORN) Clinic offers free mam-
mograms and annual pap smears to
women 50 and older who have little
or no health insurance. Hours:
Mon.-Thurs., 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m.;
Tuesday night clinic, 7-9 p.m.;.
Friday, 8:30 -1 a.m. ACORN is
located in Brooker, Call (352) 485-
.1133.


Three Wishes Inc. makes available
aower (electric) wheelchairs to
senior citizens and the permanently
Disabled at no cost to the recipient,
if they qualify. The power
wheelchairs are provided to those
who cannot walk and cannot self-
propel a manual wheelchair in their
home, and who meet the additional
guidelines of the program. No
deposit is required. Call toll free,
(800) 817-1871, to see if you
qualify.
A substance abuse support group
is held every Wednesday at 7 p.m. at
Lawtey Church of Christ, CR-200Q
B, for those who suffer from alco-
hol- or drug-related problems, work-
aholics, compulsive spenders and-
unhealthy relationships. The public
is welcome. Call (904) 782-3771 or
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Indians win 9-1


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
It was a dominant pitching
performance by MaryAnne


advance to regional semifinals


McCall, but she still found
herself in a 1-all tie after her
team made a couple of
mistakes.
The Keystone .Heights ,-


softball team didn't make any
mistakes in the fifth inning,
however, exploding for six
runs en route to a 9-1 win over
visiting Ocala Trinity Catholic


in a Region 2-Class 3A
quarterfinal game April 25.
Keystone (17-9) will now
host P.K. Yonge in a semifinal
game Friday, April 28, at 7:30


p.m.
McCall (10-4) allowed just
one hit, and that did not occur
See REGION, p. 7C


MaryAnne McCall
shut down Trinity
Catholic, giving up
just one hit in
Keystone's 9-1 win.


KHHS to play
UC or.IHSfor
baseball title
At least one area baseball
team will be playing for the
District 6-3A championship
this Thursday,, April 27, at
Interlachen High School at 7
p.m.
Keystone Heights defeated
Pierson Taylor 7-2 'in .a
semifinal game April 25 to
earn the right to play for the
title.
The Indians will play either
Union County or Interlachen.
Those two teams played each
other following' Keystone's
game, but the result was not
known at press time.
Both championship game
participants will advance to the
Region 2 quarterfinals, which
are Tuesday, May 2. The
district champion would host
that game while the runner-up
will travel.


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Page 2C TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR--C-SECTION April 27, 2006



BC woman's hobby takes full flight as butterfly farm


BY LINDSEY KIRKLAND
Telegraph Staff Writer
They taste with their feet,
hear with their knees and' one
species is even called a zebra'
longwing.
These may seem like pretty
mixed-up creatures, but' it
didn't take long for one
Brooker woman to become


fascinated with butterflies.
And before long, Edith
Smith was mixing things up to
create a full-fledged butterfly
farm.
Smith, who owns Shady Oak
Butterfly Farm with her
husband, Stephen, tried to
learn everything about
butterflies that she could after
seeing a butterfly on a fennel


Chowing down on milkweed, these caterpillars
go through a metamorphosis to become
monarch butterflies. This type of caterpillar
responds to sound as a caterpillar and in the
pupae stage.


The Smiths' daughter, Ester, who also works
at the farm, releases a butterfly from a
graduation release box.


plant in her garden.
The Starke natives used to
grow herbs at their farm just
outside of Brooker, but they
moved into butterfly farming
after Smith became more and
more fascinated with the
creatures in her garden.
The greenhouses on their
farm now house up to 30
species of butterflies in various
stages of development, plants
used to feed them and the
"apartments" used to house
them.
Smith's butterflies are
grown in different buildings.
Each building or room is used
for the different stages of a
caterpillar's life cycle.
Caterpillars are considered
"plant pests" by the USDA, so
they cannot be shipped over
state lines without being raised
in a laboratory.
One room in the lab had a
painted lady being fed soybean
paste. Another held the actual
butterfly emerging from the
chrysalis (with various stages
in between).
With the separate rooms,
Stephen said, "You can break
the cycle (of disease)," but it
does makes life a little more
complicated as a butterfly
farmer.
Gloves have to be worn
when feeding or touching the
caterpillars and even when
handling the food itself.
Microscopes are used to check
for diseases.
"You have to be cautious as
a breeder," Edith said.
Hand rinsing is constantly
done in bleach water.
Caterpillar chrysalises even
take a turn in the bleach bath..
However, this doesn't harm
them, Smith said.

Butterflies bring
beauty and myths
Smith has not only found the
beauty in butterflies through
the past six years, but has
transformed this into a
business where education
pla)s an important role.
In teaching seminars or
..lessons on how to create a
,successful buttertll garden,
Smith tells mans mith,, about
butterflies.
A myth e\erN elementary.
shool, child la., .gobabh,,"
Shd a bou r ''1 ..-..'"
Caterpillars don..i,:4,0ou.L .
cocoons, Smith said.
"They form chrysalises "
Some insects form
chrysalises and then protect
that with a cocoon, so if it is
removed from the cocoon, it
can still survive. The
caterpillar will die if removed
from its chrysalis.
Another myth is that
butterflies are pretty and
delicate.
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said. As for delicate, she said,
they make long migrations,
can even survive dangerous
storms and live weeks to
months, not days.
And despite popular belief, a
butterfly can fly without its
scales (colored part of wings).
Upon human touch, the scales
can be removed with no pain
to the butterfly.
"If you're gentle, you don't
hurt them at all," Smith said.
The result is a useable, but
less attractive wing.

The business of
butterflies
Smith has used a trial-and-
error method at Shady Oak.
Plants and butterflies were lost
in this process, but what she
didn't know about butterflies
when she started, she n'ow
knows and is continuing to
learn every day.
And because Shady Oak is a
"family .farm," there are
always plenty of her own
children and. grandchildren
around to learn ith her in the
lab and in the garden.
It is not unusual to see a
child playing in the garden
with a toy truck or trying to
catch a butterfly to help outl
grandma.
Johnathan Tomlinson, one.
of Smith's grandson, already
can name half a dozen or so
species *of butterflies, and he
knows how to collect them too.
Several of Smith's children
help collect, package and farm
the butterflies at the farm. Her
daughter, Ester, has a job
ranging from bookkeeping to
answering phones to feeding
caterpillars.
Anyone in the community is
welcome to take a tour of the
working farm, Smith said,
either at a scheduled time or a
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guaranteed). Discounted tours
are given for school groups.
Smith said they have sold
butterflies for exhibits up
north, to other butterfly
brokers and to universities for
research, including the
University of Florida and the
University of Massachusetts.
The Smiths are trying to
move out of the wholesale


Young painted lady caterpillars dine on a
soybean paste in small plastic cups.


market into butterfly plants
and the educational aspect of
the farm.
Smith gives talks about
butterflies and holds classes on
how to grow and maintain a
successful butterfly garden.
She also makes and sells her
own DVD and VHS tape about
butterfly gardening.
Another major part of the
farm is selling butterflies to
release at different events,
including weddings,
memorials and even funerals.
In the "apartments,"
butterflies are separated into
different mesh wire rooms
based on species and release
date. with plants to feed off of
and lay eggs on.
The busiest season for
butterflies and the farm is
March through July, with the
latter month being the height
of the season. -
During one Friday interview
Sixth the Telegraph, Smith had
to apologize for having sold
out of every emerged butterfly
the previous day.
'We want to start Friday
morning with no butterflies,"
she said. "We like it that way.
It means we're doing our job."
Capturing a fluttering
butterfly is not so easy, though
and can be repeated up to
4.000 times a week.
"It gets stressful every now
and again," she said.
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Johnathan Tomlinson attempts to collect a
butterfly from a plant in the "apartments." In
the other hand, he holds a glassine envelope
to hold the butterfly for delivery.


'4'


This monarch butterfly snacks on a piece of
rotting fruit in its release apartment.


These containers of naturally deceased
butterflies are collected to make sterling silve
butterfly jewelry from the wings.


FLIGHT
Continued from p. 2C

butterflies, they then have to
be packed for shipment in
cardboard boxes with
Styrofoam and an ice pack.
This keeps them alive during
shipment.
Part of this shipment
includes not only paying
customers but free butterflies,
as. well. Shady Oak donates 12
butterflies a week to families
who have been touched with
tragedy or death.
Not interested in the real
thing?
Shady Oak has notecards,
books, nets, and almost
anything else you can imagine
relating to butterflies. Smith
even sells silver jewelry made
with wings 'of naturally
deceased butterflies.
"We've found our.
imagination is our limit," she
.said.:

Smith teaches
metamorphosis of
a thriving garden
Smith's outside butterfly
gardens on the farm can
always be enjoyed for free.
She has seen approximately
5,000-10,000 butterflies in the
S garden. At a butterfly farm,
.. this would seem like a given,
but Smith said all of these have
appeared naturally. They were
not ,placed there .for the
visitors' benefit.
This is one main reason she
likes to educate people on how
to successfully enhance their
ow n butterfly gardens.
For example, milkweed
plants are the host plant for the
monarch butterfly .
S "f all the milkweed died, all
the Monarchs would die,"
Smith said.
The host plant is what can
change' a normal garden from
just a place for butterflies to.
visit to their whole world, she
ssaid. The animals may have a
fleeting attraction to a person's
brightly-colored nectar plants,
but the host plant will keep
them coming back.
Another successful hint for
butterfly gardening is to put
out something sweet.
"They love fruit feeders,"
Smith said. Fruit punch
Gatorade is even a favorite in
her garden.
Sfnith said not to listen to
national books and magazines
about %%hat to do to attract
butterflies. These often do not
say w hat will specifically grow
in this region of Florida or give
general species information.
"Go to a nursery and see
what plants the butterflies are
on," she said.
Garden plans, plant lists and
%r even milkweed clippings (in
May/June) are given out for
free. while supplies last.
This suppIl usually includes
"thousands and thousands of
plants," which will get up to


10,000 this year, just to feed
the caterpillars.
Smith does what she can to
inform people about butterflies
because she enjoys watching
the metamorphosis over and
over again.
"It's kind of like being paid
for your favorite hobby."
One unique thing about
Smith's hobby is that out of
the several hundred butterfly
farmers in the county, Shady
Oak Butterfly Farm recently
attracted the attention of
Country Woman magazine
editor Ann Kaiser, who did an
article on the farm for its
April/May issue.
But unlike the magazine
readers who will wonder when
they see a delivery truck if it
carries Shady Oak butterflies,
local residents can visit the
farm in person at 12876 S.W.
C.R. 231.
From Starke, this is South
on U.S. 301 to C.R. 227. Take
227 until about two miles past
Graham, where a left will be
made onto C.R. 231. Go one
mile, and take a left, where
Shady Oak Butterfly Farm is
on the left .
Hours of operation are
Monday through Frida. from 9
a.m. to 5 p.m. and Saturday
from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
More information on the
farm can' be obtained by-,
visiting
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:County has special place in BHS administrator's heart


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Vriter
They say home .is where the
heart is.
::.If that's the case, then
Earnest Williams feels quite at
home in his office at Bradford
High School, where he is in his
second year as an assistant
principal.
Williams, who previously
worked at Howard Bishop
Middle School in Gainesville,
said as soon as he underwent,
his initial interview for the job,_
he felt the county "grip" a:
small part of his heart
The county grabbed a little
bit of his heart each time he
came back, culminating in his'
third trip to the county to
-interview with Superintendent
Harry Hatcher.
"By that time, my heart was.
just completely engrossed with
wanting to be here and to work
here. I told.ll_.r-- Hatc-her -
S-wanted to be here and he better
not give anybody else that
job," Williams said with a
laugh.,
"This is where I want to be
now."
What struck Williams, a
Gainesville resident, about
Bradford Counts and the
school system was the waN he
felt welcomed with open arms..
"It is exceedingly wonderful
that anyone would reach out to
me and give me an
opportunity, embrace me.
--m-ake-me-feet wvanlTdand
needed, and respect me and
what I have to offer." Williams
said.
'
Williams was not looking.
for an administrative job when
he first interviewed for a
vacant position in Bradford
He was %working as a dean at
Howard Bishop Middle
School, though the principal
did give him a certain number
of administration ve
responsibilities.
Then Williams got a phone
call from Ulysses Woods,' an
employee in the Bradfbrd
school system. Williams and
Woods had worked together
previously at the Gainesville
Job Corps Center. Woods
asked Williams if he would be
interested in apply ing for a job
in Bradford County.
Williams is now glad he
listened to Woods and applied
for the job.
"I love it." Williams said.
--.-That has hot changed in the
two years that I'%e been here."


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A roundabout way in
settling on a career
Williams laughs when asked
about what steered him0kinto
education, saying it was by
default.
What he dreamed of
becoming when _he was .
growing up was an FBI agent,
but when it came time to go to
college, Williams looked at his
three siblings and decided
upon a major by a process of
elimination. His sister was
going to accounting school and
his two brothers were studying
medicine and law.
"I decided that the only.
profession that was left was
dentistry," Williams said. "I
went to Florida A&M
University .to be a dentist.
When I got there, I %as
making what you would call
average grades, and. I was
unhappy. 'er\ unhappy with
- the profession."
Williams began thinking
about what subjects he enjoyed
the most when he was in high,
school. Those subjects were
geography and history-in that
order.
A college counselor told
Williams that he could not
major in geography, but he
could major in history and
minor in geography. His
options as a history major were
to teach or to "ork in a'
museum. -" :
_"I'e-a-alays liked museums.
artifacts and things of that
nature, so I aspired at that time
to pursue that." Williams said.
The opportunity to work in a
museum did not present itself,
so Williams. needing to find a
job. started working at the
Gainesville Job Corps Center
as a teacher in 1979 He also
%worked as an education
manager there, a position he
equated to being the principal
at Bradford High School.
"It was during that time I
discovered how much I losed
kids and how much I liked
working vith kids and seeing
them succeed," Williams said.
Williams worked at the
center until 1991, then took a
job at New Pathways Horizon
.Center alternativee school) in
Gainesville. He worked there
until 2002, then became the
dean of students at Howard
Bishop.
Things were working out
tell for someone who planned
on being a dentist when he first
entered college. Williams
admits he "as frustrated at


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times in school and sometimes
he thought of gi ing up.
That, however, was not an:
option as far as his mother,
Eula Williams. was concerned.
Williams' mother always
stressed education and pushed
her children to go to college.
When Williams v.anted to
return home from his studies.
he said his mother would tell.
him his academic skills were
so much better than hers and
that he needed1to put them to
use.
Besides, it's hard to .argue
with mom %\hen she's going to
college at the same time you
are.
Williams' mother did not
finish high school when she
became pregnant in -10" grade.
However, she returned to
school and earned her diploma,
then enrolled at the Uni"ersit
of Florida around the same
time Williams enrolled at
Florida A&M. :
His mother \%as in her. late
50s at the time.
"When I wanted to give up.
she just did not accept that as
an option and would not allow
me to." W\Villiams said.

Family man
Williams said he used to be
involved in sports during his.
free time. but as he's gotten
older that has changed.
What hasn't changed is his
"Vesire to spend.time sw ith his
fam il) .
i' \,s illiams and-hiNwife'. Janet.
ha'e four children-Nlicah.
Marion, Marcus and
Michelle-and they. are very
close.
"We just spend a lot of time
together," Williams said.
"They mean a lot to me. I am a
father who is really into the
life of his children."
Like Williams and his
siblings, three of his children
are already working their \ ay
toward,., or ha\e already[
earned, college degrees. NMicah
is a University of Florida
graduate and will graduate,
from Florida A&NIM April 30
with an MBA. Marlon is
attending the University of
North Florida and Michelle is.
at Santa Fe, preparing 'to
transfer to UF on a full
scholarship.
Williams also has someott*'
else other than his children to
keep his interest-a grandson.
Darien Conley, who is 8
months old, is Michelle's son


Earnest
Williams is
wrapping up
+his second
year as an
assistant
principal at
I Bradford High
School.







iand Williams said that outside
of work, approximately 65.
percent of his time is taken up
with his grandson.
"To be honest with you. I
did not know I could love so
much," .Williarris said.
"Someone said that we.should
have grandchildren first. I
think the\ might be right."

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Williams said the school has
instituted a reading program
and has a very good reading,
coach.
"Our actual reading gains in
the classroom have increased
this year," Williams said. "The
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50th wedding anniversary


On May 22, 2006, Joe and
Phoebe Bakken of Starke will
celebrate their 50th wedding
anniversary.
They were married in
Oceanside, Calif.
The couple met while
serving in the United States
Marine Corps at Camp
Pendleton, Calif.-
On Saturday, May 13, an
anniversary party will be
hosted' by .Gary and Susan
Bakken, Rich and Linda
DiPaola and John and Margie


Schafer at the Bakken home at
20061 U.S. 301 N., between
Starke and Lawtey. A social
hour will begin at 5 p.m.,
dinner will be served at 6 p.m.
followed by dancing.
The couple had two sons,
Joey and Gary. They, have four
granddaughters and three
great-grandchildren.
Family and friends are'
invited. For more information
or directions, call Gary Bakken
at (904) 237-8069.
The family lequeksl no gifts.,


BIRTHS


Holly Renee Porter and
Jason Nathaniel
Brummett

Porter and
Brummett to
wed May 6.
The Rev. David and Mrs.
Katrina Porter of Starke
announce' the upcoming
marriage of their daughter.
Holln Renee Porter, to Jason
Nathaniel BfuMffiett,' sod' Yf-
Robert and Dee Brummett of
Lawtey.
The bride-elect is a' member'
of Madison Street Baptist
Church. She is a 2004 graduate
of Bradford High School and is
currently attending FCCJ in
Jacksonville. She works in a
local ph sician's office..
The groom-elect is a
member of Madison Street
Baptist Church. He is also a
2004 graduate of BHS anid
vorks for North Florida
Communications..
The wedding will take place
on Saturday, May 6, 2006, on
St. Augustine Beach at 5 p.m..
A reception 'will" follow the
ceremony on the pavilion
directly behind the beach.
Friends and family are
invited.


Howard and
Crawford
family plans
reunion
All Howard and Crawford
descendants are invited to a
family reunion Friday,
Saturday and Sunday, May 5-7,
at Oleno State Park. There will
be food, games, memories and
fun.
For information, call Helen
K. Howard at (904) 388-6955.


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Giles of Starke announce the
birth of their son, Joshua
Warren Giles, on April 10,
2006.


Vo-Tech to
host Quilt
Show,
The annual Vo-Tech Quilt'
Show will take place at the
Family Service Center
beginning at 7 p.m. 'on
Saturday, May 6.
Former students are invited
,to a covered dish supper at 6
p.m. prior to the show.


68 help.
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The Kiwanis clubs of the
Lake Region and Starke hosted
their annual golf tournament
April 14 at the Keystone Golf
and Country Club, "raising
almost $5,000 which the
Kiwanis clubs will use to
benefit area youth.
This year's tournament,
which drew 68 players, raised
approximately $2,400 for each
club.
Prizes were awarded for
first, second and third place.
The first-place team received
$600, with second place
receiving $300 and third place
receiving $200.
Chris Bullock, Glenn
Herring, David McCormick
and Rick Sheplak comprised
this year's winning team,
which was sponsored by
Johnny's Barbecue.
The tournament's longest
drive belonged to Jim Bendell,
while Andy Coston won the
closest-to-the-pin award.
A drawing was held
following the tournament and
during lunch in which
participants received such
prizes as golf equipment, a
grill and a tele% ision.
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Tornadoes ride Brown


to 2-0 quarterfinal win


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Antwan Brown pitched a
complete-game shutout,
allowing just four hits to help
the Bradford baseball team
defeat Middleburg 2-0 in the
District 3-4A quarterfinals on
April 24 in Glen St. Mary and
advance to the semifinals.
Brown, who struck out 11
batters, was only in trouble
Lt% ice during the game.
In the top of the fourth, he
allowed a triple, but that came
with two outs. He forced the
ne\t batter to ground out to
shortstop Cory Elasik.
Middleburg threatened in the
seventh with runners on first
and second with 'one out.
Brown would record two
straight strikeouts. leaving the
final batter of the inning
looking as the Tornadoes (9-14
prior to April 26) wrapped up
the win.
Brown also vent 3-for-3 at
the plate as the Tornadoes
collected nine hits as a team.
Jeremv Pombier and 'Cole
Rhoden, who were each 2-for-
3, put the Tornadoes on the
,board early. Pombier led off
the first v ith a single'and later
scored when Rhoden doubled'


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The Tornadoes' second run
occurred in the fifth. Pombier
reached on an error and moved
to third when King bunted
safely. Trey Winkler then
walked to load the bases with
one out.
Pombier scored when
William Estes singled, but that
was the only run Bradford
could manage after
Middleburg turned a double
pla).
Bradford. the tournament's,
third seed, played second seed


Santa Fe in a semifinal game
April 26. The winner of that
game will play for. the
championship against either
too seed Suwannee or host
school Baker Count% Friday,
April 28, at 7 p.m.
If the Tornadoes ad ahnce to
the championship game. they
will play in the first round of
the regional playoffs, which
begin Tuesday, May 2. at 7:30
p.m. Bradford would d host that
game if it wins its-district or
travel if it finishes as district
runner-up.


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3 Union boys qualify 7,


for track and field finalsI


Girls team member
Amika Davis also
earns a state berth

BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
C.J. Spiller won two events
and teammate Francis
Highland won another as the
two Union County boys track
and field members helped their
team compile 46 points and
place fourth at the Region 2-
Class 2A finals at Lake
Highland Prep in Orlando
April 20.
Spiller and Highland will
compete at the Florida High
School Athletic Association.
Finals Saturday, April 29, at
Wolfson High School in
Jacksonville. They will be
joined by teammate Brandon-
Shoup, who earned a second-
place finish at the regional


meet.
The top four finishers in
each event qualified for the
state finals.
Spiller was fresh off of
winning district championships
in the 100m and 200m dashes
and he repeated the feat at the.
regional meet. He had a time
-of 10.46 seconds in the 100m,
finishing ahead of South
Lake's Jeffery Demps, who
had a time of 10.78 seconds.
In the 200m, Spiller edged
out Mario Pickett of Orlando
Jones. Spiller had a time of
21.56 seconds, while Pickett
finished with a time of 21.93
seconds.
Highland, as he did at the
district meet, won the shot put
with a distance of 49'9.25".
That put, him just ahead of'
Santa Fe's Linval Joseph, who
had a distance of 49'7"..
Highland could not earn a
win in the discus as he did at
.the district meet, but he will


compete in the event at the
state finals just the same after
finishing runner-up with a
throw of 146'5". Joseph won
the event with a throw of 153'.
The only other state qualifier
for the Union boys team is
Shoup, who placed second in
the 800m with; a time of
2:00.54. Jones' Calvin Hayes,
won: the race with a time of
1:57.87:.
Union will send one other
athlete to the state finals-girls
team member Amika Davis.
Davis placed fourth in the
triple jump with a distance of
34' 11". Her jump was a UCHS
record.
Davis also competed in the
200m, placing 12th with a time
'of 27.66 seconds.
Kerrie Lynch competed in
two events, earning a top-10
finish in one. She was ninth in
the 800m with, a time of
2:39.71 and 13th in the 1600m
with a time of 6:1.5.53.


Union County's Donnie Clyatt, Bradford's Chris Plemons and Keystone Heights'
Jesse Vasquez earned medals at the FHSAA Weightlifting Finals with third-,
fourth- and sixth-place finishes.


Area weightlifters earn


3 medals at state finals
3. m e ss,


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Bradford, Keystone Heights
and Union County high
schools each had 'one
weightlifter earn a medal at the
Class A Florida High School
Athletic Finals April 21 at
Santa Fe Communit\ College
in Gainesville
Donnie Cl) att of Union was
the highest finisher from the
three schools. He placed third
in the 129-pound class \ith a
bench press of 230 pounds and
a clean and jerk of 210 pounds.
His 440-pound total was 15
pounds less than state champ
Tra ils Davis of Interlachen
Clyatt was also 1O pounds
out of second place. v.hich %%as
captured by St Augustine's
Herschel Pollack.
The next highest finisher
from the three schools as
Bradford's Chris Plemons,
who took fourth in the 119-
pound class. Plemons had a
205-pound bench press and a
165-pound clean and jerk for a
370-pound total .
Plemons' total was five-
pounds better than the fifth-
place finisher, but the top three
lifters in the class-John
Alda) of Altha, K.le King of
South Sumter and George


Griffith of Fort White-all had
totals of at least 410 pounds.
Alday won the championship
with a 430-pound total.
Keystone's lone medal
winner competed in the 129-
pound class with Clyatt. Jesse


Vasquez placed sixth (the top
six lifters earn medals) with a'
430-pound total. He had a
bench press of 215 pounds and
a clean and jerk of 215 pounds.
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BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Rob Harris earned state
finals berths in two events and
will appear in a third as a
member of the 4xl00m relay
team, which won the
championship at the Region 2-
Class 2A finals April 20 at
Lake Highland Prep in
Orlando.
The top four' finishers in
each event at the regional meet
qualified for the Florida High
School Athletic Association
Finals, which will be held
Saturday, April 29, at Wolfson
High School in Jacksonville.
The boys 4x l00m relay
team, which won the
championship at the District 5
meet, placed first with a time
of 42.84 seconds. That was
good enough to beat out
Trinity Catholic's team, which
had a time of 42.99 seconds.


The team was comprised of
J.R. Peitewa., Jimmy
Hankerson, Harris and
Chuckie Covington.
Indi iduallI. Harris placed
third and fourth. respectively,
in the 200m and 100m.
In the 200m, Harris ran 4-
time of 22.29 seconds, placing
him behind Union County's
C.J. Spiller (21.56). and
Orlardo Jones' Mario Pickett
(21 93').
Harris had a time of 10.88
seconds in the, l00m to wrap
up that event's final state
berth.
,eThe, boys 4\400m relay ,
team, comprised of James
Jamison, Co ington. Malcolm-
Moore and Ryan Robinson.
just missed out on qualifying
for state, finishing fifth %ith a
time of 3:31.96. .
Robinson- also' competed
individually, placing' seventh
in the 400m with a time of


52.59 seconds.
Bradford finished 10' in the
team standings with 27 points.
The Tornadoes competed in
five events in the girls
di' vision, with Jennifer Smyth%
earning the highest finish.
placing sixth in the 400m with
a time of 1:02.94.
Smyth also placed seventh
in the 200m with a time of
26.94 seconds.
The girls 4xl00m relay team
of Ebony Smith. Sm)th,
Latayvia Henderson and
Destiny Bass was eighth %%ith a
time of 52.44 seconds. while
Tiesha Bellamy placed ninth in
the discus with a throw of,
80'J ".
Bradford's 4x800m relay
team finished 14th with a time
of 12:37.23. .,The team
consisted of Courtney Cragg,
Joyce-Anita Villamil, Katrina
Steffan and Emma Sheppard.


Keystone's Tillery just

misses out on state berth


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Warren Tillery came close,
but in the end no one from
Keystone Heights was able to.
earn a berth in the track and"
field state finals after their
performances at the Region 2-
Class 2A finals, which were
held April 20 at Lake Highland
Prep in Orlando.
The top four finishers in
each event, qualified for the
Florida High School Athletic
Association Finals, which will
be hosted, by Jacksonville's
Wolfson High School
Saturday, April 29.
Tillery, after winning the
District 5 championship in the
3200m, finished fifth in the
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a personal-record time of
10:33.29. That left him just
behind fourth-place finisher,
and final state qualifier,
Chadwick Hannah 'of
Dunnellon., who had a time of
10:25.65.,
Keystone sent two members'


from its girls team to the
regional meet. with Rachel
Crane earning a ninth-place
finish in the high jump (4'8").
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Keystone wins district championship in softball


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
MaryAnne McCall kept the
Interlachen offense at bay
while Keystone Heights'
offense did just enough, helped
by a three-run home run by
Kasey Fagan, to propel the
Indians to a 5-1 win and the.
District 7-3A softball
championship April 20 in Lake
Butler.
McCall won her second
game of the tournament. After
allowing just one hit to Union
County in the semifinals, she
gave up four hits to Interlachen
and struck out 10.
The only run McCall
.allowed came in the sixth. She
walked Interlachen's Jessica
Jordan, who later scored on a
single by Jelyn Sheeks.
Sheeks had two of the
Rams' hits.
Intcrlachen threatened to
score in the third, putting two
runners on with two outs after
back-to-back singles. McCall,
however, ended the inning
with a strikeout.

Keystone's offense managed
eight hits against two
Interlachen pitchers. Three of
those hits were by Kellie
Spaulding, who was perfect at
the plate and had an RBI.
d Spaulding drove in the
game's first run in the first
inning. Michelle Houser
hunted safely to lead off the
imning and moved to second on
a sacrifice bunt by Sam Sibley.
Spaulding then hit a single to
score Houser.






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Spaulding also had one of
the Indians' two extra-base hits
with a double to lead off the
fifth. She eventually 'scored on
a single by Dani Suit that put
the Indians up 5-0.
In between those first and
last runs, Keystone pushed
three runs across in the third.
Sibley drew a walk and
Spaulding singled before
Fagan launched a shot over the
fence in left-center field for
her -fourth home run of the
season.

2 players drive in 7
runs in win over UC
Keystone advanced to the
district championship game by
defeating Union County 15-0
in five innings on April 18.
That game saw. Tori Jolley
drive in four runs and Sibley
drive in another three, while
McCall threw a one-hitter,
striking out nine.
Sibley drove in the first of
her runs in the first inning
when she tripled, scoring
Houser. Sibley then scored on
a sacrifice fly by Karlyn
Reddish.
The Indians pushed two
more runs across in the first.
Suit doubled and Kim Russell
singled, with Suit scoring on a
Union error. Jolley then
singled to score Russell.
In the second. Keystone
increased its lead to 6-0.
House, Sibley, Reddish and
Suit all singled, with Houser
scoring on the hit by Reddish
and Sibley scoring on Suit's
hit. -


The Keystone Heights softball team poses with the Altman, Noel Bartley, Tori Jolley, Kim Russell, Kellie
District 7-3A championship trophy after its 5-1 win over Spaulding, Megan Poupard, Michelle Houser, Ryan
Interlachen. Pictured are: (front) Kerrie Broadway, Story, Sam Sibley, Becca Heavrin, (back) coaches Dale
Karlyn Reddish, MaryAnne McCall, Donna Richardson, Ollie Powell and Kathy Smith. Not pictured:
Wheeler, Dani Suit, Kasey Fagan, (middle) Ashley Rachel Rothwell.


Sibley doubled in the third,
which, scored both Story and
Houser, each. of whom singled.
An error scored, Sibley and
Reddish scored on a single by
Suit.
That put the Indians up 10-0,
but they weren't done in the


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keystone's Kasey Fagan takes a high pitch for a ball in the game against
Interlachen.


inning. Jolley drove in three
runs with a double, then'scored
herself on a single by Houser.


Keyvsone's last run occurred
in the fourth when Becca
Heavrin, who walked and


advanced to second on a
passed ball, scored on a single
by Spaulding.


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RESULTS

The Dodgers of the Starke
Rookie Division went 3-0 this
past week with victories on
April 17, April 20 and April 24
at the Edwards Road Complex
t improve to 10-0 on the
season.
,It was a struggle for the
Dodgers in their game against
the Starke Angels on April' 17,
but the team's offense came
around in the last inning to
take a 6-3 win.
;The team was trailing 3-1,
but Pierson Lewis led off the
inning.with a single, followed
by, a triple from Karsen
Whitehead.
]Whitehead scored on a
single by Garrett Ritch to tie'
the game before Dylan Cassels
and Logan McKeown reached
base safely and scored on hits
by Evan Coleman and
Matthew Wilson.
:Coleman, Lewis, Ritch and


REGION
Continued from p. 1C

until the seventh inning.
:Trinity (19-8) did get two
base runners on in the fifth
when the Indians committed
two consecutive errors with
two outs. The second error
allowed Laura Milton to score
and tie the game.
Keystone's Karlyn Reddish,
who was 3-for-4, drove in two
runs in the bottom half of the
inning, sparking the Indians to
six runs and a 7-1 lead.
Reddish hit a ball back up the
middle that found its way into
the outfield, scoring Kellie
Spaulding and Kasey Fagan.
Dani Suit and Kim Russell
followed with a double and a
triple, respectively, to push


Whitehead each finished the
game 2-for-2. Cassels,
McKeown and Wilson each
had a hit.
On April 20, Ritch hit a
single in the third inning that
scored both Lewis and
Whitehead-the deciding runs
in a 3-2 win over the Starke
Rangers.
The Dodgers scored their
first run of the game when
Lewis scored after consecutive
hits by Whitehead, Ritch and
Cassels.
Lewis, Ritch, Whitehead,
Stephen Milner and Tavian
Young were each 2-for-2,
while Cassels was I1-for-2.
In another game against the
Angels on April 24, the
Dodgers had 27 hits and nine
put outs in a 19-7 win.
Every player on the team got
a hit. Cassels, Coleman and
Garrett Huggins were each 3-
for-3 and Lewis and Holden
Mullins were each 3-for-4.
McKeown, Milner and Jackson
Hicks were each 2-for-3, while
Ritch and Whitehead were
each 2-for-4.
Wilson and Young each had
one hit.


two more runs across. Tori
Jolley then reached on an
error, which brought Russell
home.
The last run of the inning
was scored when Michelle
Houser singled.
Keystone scored two more
runs in the sixth when Noel
Bartley doubled, scoring both
Fagan and Reddish.
Bartley's double was the
sixth extra-base hit for the
Indians. The first was a triple
by Sam Sibley, which allowed
her to score the game's first
run in the first inning. That run
was scored on a ground ball by
Spaulding.
If the Indians win Friday's
semifinal game, they will play
for the Region 2 championship
on Tuesday, May 2, against
Williston, Umatilla,
Interlachen or Dixie County.


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third-team all-state picks


Athletes from Bradford High School and Bradford Middle School proved to be the
best in the state as the county's senior and junior basketball teams both took first
place at the Florida Special Olympics basketball tournament, which was held in
Orlando in March. Verdell Long, who works with exceptional student education
students, thanks those who supported the teams and who support the county's
ESE program, with special thanks going to Assistant Superintendent Rick Ezzell.
Pictured above are Long, player Ramon Smith, senior volunteer coach Sabrina
Foster and player Jeremiaih Merriweather. Not pictured: Michael Bass, Gavin Britt,
Dallas Crawford, Howard Jonas, Pedro Jonas, Warren Lee, Corey Lewallen,
Joseph Lombar, Victor Long, Kenny Merriweather, Tressen Risby, Allen Smith,
Ray Charles Smith, Kenny Steele and senior volunteer coach Keyonna Hicks.


SOFTBALL

Santa Fe puts
an end to
BHS season

BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
-It was another outstanding
effort from both .teams'
pitchers, but Tor the third time
this season it "as Santa Fe that
got the better of Bradford,.
defeating the Tornadoes 2-0 in
the semifinals of the District 3-
4A softball tournament :on
April 20 in Starke.
Bradford pitcher Kasey
Barrett gave up just four hits
and struck out 12, including
two straight strikeouts to end
an- inning with a Santa Fe
runner on third.'" "-
T-The Torhadoes (16-12),
though. could not get a score
against Santa Fe pitcher Devyn
Findley, who allowed two hits
and struck out 10.
Santa Fe's Ashley Owens
and. Caitlyn Vazquez hit'
consecutive RBI singles with
two outs in the fourth for the
game's only runs.
Santa Fe (28-0) would go on
to:, win, the district
championship then defeat
Fernandina Beach 3-1 in a
Region 1 quarterfinal game on
April 25.


4 receive all-.
area honors
from Sun in
basketball
Bradford' and Keystone
Heights high schools had four
boys basketball players
honored by ihe Gainesville
Sun, including Bradford senior
Clinton Cubbedge, who was a
second-team Class 4A-6A all-
- area selection. -
Cubbedge, a senior forward,
averaged 17 points and seen
.rebounds, per game.
His teammate, junior
forward Nlarcus Wilson, was a
third-team selection. Wilson,
averaged 14 points and 10
rebounds per game.
Keystone's Cameron
Yarbrough, a freshman
forward, was a third-team'
Class A-3A selection after
averaging 15.8 points and 5.1
assists per game. .
Greg Taylor, a sophomore
forward for Keystone, received
honorable mention.


8 from KHHS
earn Sun


Keystone Heights earning
first-team honors.
Three of those four were on,
the boys team: Sentior
midfielder Dustin Ha\re,
junior defensive player. Austin
Bennett and junior goal keeper
Michael McLeod. Hayre
scored 12 goals and had eight
assists, Bennett had nine goals
and five assists and McLeod,
in 12 matches in the net,
allowed 12 goals and recorded
four shutouts.
Girls team member Rachel.
Craiie was also a first-team
selection. The senior forward
had 28 goals and 10 assists.
T%'o of Crane's teammates
received second-team honors:
Brittany Sabo and Katie
McCollum. Sabo, a senior
forward, had 23 goals and 1.5
assists, while McCollum. a
freshman midfielder, had 11
goals and .18 assists.
Al Duren, a senior for ward,
was.named to the boss second
team after scoring seven goals
and dishing out five assists.
Girls team member Kaiti
Thompson, a senior
midfielder, received honorable
mention.

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released' its ;all-area soccer art of being honest.
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BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Bradford and Keystone
.Heights high schools each had
one player named a third-team
selection when the Florida
Sports Writers Association
released its all-state girls
basketball teams.
Bradford junior guard Tosha
Griffin was a third-team
selection in Class 4A and
Keystone senior forward
Jessica Whitfield was a third-
team selection in Class 3A.
Griffin, along with making 35
3-point field goals this past-
season. averaged 14.3 points
and 7.2 assists per game, %khile
Whitfield averaged 15.7 points
and 8.2 rebounds per game..
Receiving., honorable
..mention, were. Keystone -senior -
guard Karlyn Reddish and
Union County senior center
Tiffany Holmes Reddish
averaged 7.3 points and 5.2
assists per game. Holmes
averaged 14.4 points and 10.2
rebounds per game.

9 players honored on
Gainesville Sun's all-
area teams
Griffin and \\hitfield were
both first-team Gaines ille Sun
all-area selections, which
included a total of nine players
from Bradford, Keystone and
Union.
Griffin was named to the
paper's Class 4A-6A team,
while teammate Khalaa Hill
was a second-teanim selection.
Hill, a sophomore forward,
averaged 15.6 points and 8.7
rebounds per game.
Whitfield v.as selected to the
Class A-3A team... ith
teammate. Reddish earning-
third-team honors.
Union placed two players on
the Class A-3A second team:
Holmes and sophomore
forward Amber Franzluebbers
Franzluebbers averaged 15.3
points and 11.2 rebounds per
game. She also had 99 steals,
on the season.
Receiving honorable
mention were sophomore
guard Jerica W\arren o1


Bradford, junior forward and sophomore guard Kim
Kellie Spaulding of Keystone Russell of Keystone.


STATE- --
Continued from p. 6C
Vasquez' total was 20
pounds better than the seventh-
place finisher.
Union's Ricky Westfall
eighth in the 169-potind class
with a total of 560 pounds. He
had a bench press of 275
pounds and a clean and jerk of
285 pounds..
Avonr Park's Leroy Sanders"
won the title in the 169-pound
class with a total of 645'
pounds...... ...- ',
In the 154-pound class,
Keystone's Randy Davids
placed ninth. He had a bench


press of 245 pounds and a
dclEaifa'id jerk of 235 pounds
for a 480-pound total.
Tanue Yanguoi of Bolles
placed first with a 550-pound
total.
Keystone's Sam Theisen'
placed 11 lth in the 183-pound
class with a bench press of 285
pounds and a clean and jerk of
250 pounds for a 535-pound
total.
Blountstown's Arsenio
Ivory won the class with a
755-pound total.
Panama City Beach Arnold
won the state championship as-
a team in a.close contest with
two other schools. Arnold had
20 points to edge opt Avon
Park, which had 19 points, and
Bolles, which had 18.


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