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Meeting planned
for Alligator
Creek property
owners
Letters have gone out to property
owners potentially impacted by a
Suwannee River Water Management
Disitrictcity of Starke project to
stabilize the banks of Alligator
Creek. reduce erosion, improve flood
protection and protect adjacent
properties from damage or loss.
A public meeting for those
property owners will be held on
Wednesday, June 7, at 7 p.m. in the
Santa Fe Community College
Cultural Center at the comer of Call
and Thompson streets in Starke.
The project area extends along the
creek from U.S. 301 to Flume Road
(Northeast 17th Avenue).

National Day of
Prayer is today
Millions will answer the call to
prayer today, Thursday, May 4. the
55th annual National Day of Prayer.
The National Day of Praser
observance in Starke will be held at
Veterans Park on East Call Street
beginning at noon.
This year's theme is "America,
Honor God" and is based on I
Samuel 2:30. "Those who honor me,
I will honor."

Swing Time Gala
planned
The Woman's Club of Starke will
host its annual Strawberry Gala on
Saturday. May 6. at the Woman's
Club.
The theme this year will be "Swing
Time" and will feature the Clay
County Community Band Swing
Ensemble.
The gala will begin at 6 p.m. with
a social time, and dinner will be
served at 6:30 p.m. WEAG's Chuck
Kramer will also be on hand with
music and trivia, and dinner will
conclude %with an auction of
homemade cakes, featuring Lynn
Keyes as auctioneer.
Following dinner, the band will
entertain as participants compete in
several swing dance contests.
This is a semiformal event, and
tickets are available from Woman's
Club members, the .Santa Fe
Community College Andrews Center
and the North Florida Regional
Chamber of Commerce.
Reservations can also be made by
calling Joan Rogers at (904) '964-
7515.


Proceeds from the
"Swing Time" Gala
Woman's Club's
scholarship fund.


Strawberry
benefit the
educational


Fallen officer
memorial set for
May 9
A ceremony honoring fallen
officers from local law enforcement
agencies will be held Tuesday, May
9, at 6:30 p.m. at the Lake Butler
Community Center.
The public is invited to attend this.
annual event.

Senior awards to
be given May 9
The Bradford High School Alumni
Association .is hosting the annual
Senior Awards Banquet on Tuesday,
May 9, at 6 p.m. at the Bradford
County Fairgrounds.
Tickets for graduates are 'free, but
each graduate must pick up a ticket
by Friday, May 5, in order to attend.
Parents may purchase tickets for $10
each by Friday, May 5, from Mrs.
Odom at the high school.


The Lawtey Athletic Association joined forces with Dreams Come True last weekend to
host a minor league invitational at Brandon Brown Field to raise money for Matthew
Cahill of Jacksonville. Umpire Britt Jackson Is pictured handing the ball to Cahill, 6, so
he can throw out the first pitch. Behind Cahill is Rachel Norman, the Lawtey girl who
sparked the fund-raising effort for the seriously Ill Cahill. See inside for more on the
event. Also, volunteers, including staff at Shands Starke, raised around $1,400 for
children like Cahill last Friday with their Bargain Barn in the hospital's atrium.



Sewage spilling into Alligator Creek


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor
Sewage from the city of Starke is
draining into Alligator Creek via a
smaller creek it was revealed during a
recent update of the ongoing sewer
rehabilitation project in the city.
Cyndi Godbey of Summit
Professional Services, who has
coordinated funding for the
wastewater project, said city staff did
not report the problem as the facility
plan for the project was being
prepared because it was believed the
problem could be solved on the city's
end.
"They actually thought that
problem was coming from something
else. Well, when they took care of.that


something else. what we found out is
that )ou have a real serious problem
with a line that runs under 301 and
heads up north-a very serious
problem," Godbey said.
"1 have been told by folks in
(Project Director Ricky) Thompson's
area that they had to go out to this
little creek that runs into Alligator
Creek and throw lime because it was
so noxious."
Mayor' Stee Futch said that
because a 6-inch line cannot be,
relined the way faults in the rest of
the city's system are being addressed,
repair of this line will involve boring
and replacing the line beneath a major:
highway.
Repairing the breach in the line is


likely not a grant eligible project, so
the city will have to include the
nearly $60,000 cost in the State
Revolving Fund Loan money it is
drawing and pay it back when that
loan comes due.
Godbey reviewed the progress of
the sewer project, to date and
discussed the project's future.
Phase one involved some manhole
rehabilitation as well as smoke
testing and %,ideo mapping to measure
the severity of the problem. The
second phase. has been focused on
repairing breaches in the line that
allow storm water in infiltrate and
back up sewage.
See SEWER, p. 3A.


Parking concerns voiced over new development


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor
The Starke Board of Adjustment
decided developers could proceed in-,
turning space on the second floor of
the former BobKat's restaurant in
Starke into residential apartments,
although some wondered if adding
more residences downtown would
further reduce available parking.
Kingsley Development II LLC
actually has plans for two downtown
developments and a third project on
the drawing board.. In addition to the
mixed use development at the former
site of BobKat's known as Cafe
Terrace, Kingsley is planning three-
and four-story garden-style
condominium project next to
Veterans Park known as City Walk
for its convenient proximity to
downtown.
The third concept, Creek Side
Village, could lead to townhouses,
condos and retail space developed


alongside Alligator Creek.
All of the projects aim to breathe
life back into downtown.
The city. of Starke recently
amended its code to allow residential
uses in conjunction with commercial
uses in community commercial, or B-
2, districts, but only by special
exception. It was the application for
that special exception that brought-
Kingsley Development's Curtis
Crawford before the city's adjustment
board.
Crawford discussed the plan to
renovate -the .second floor of the
building, creating four bachlielor-style
lofts. Downstairs will accommodate
one or possibly two restaurants, and
the facade of the building will also be
restored, he said.
The first word on the application,
however, came from a letter of
opposition written by Lee Sparks,
president of the Downtown Business
and Community Association, read


into the record by Zoning Director
Nora Thompson.
"While we look forward to the
growth of downtown Starke, we do
not feel this change is in the best
interest of all concerned," Sparks
wrote.
More apartments wilj mean the
need for more parking spaces, .and
downtown businesses cannot afford
to give up parking, especially on-
street parking, to residents, according
to the association.
"This concern has already touched,
many businesses that hae not been
-able to have ample parking room for
their clientele," Sparks wrote.
Crawford said with seven spaces
behind the building, the project
exceeds the city's requirement of one
and a half parking spaces per
residence. Renters will be encouraged
to use that space, he said.
See PARKING, p. 10A


3rd-grade

performance

ranks BC

among most

improved
BY NIVARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor
Across the board, third-graders in
Bradford County schools did much
better on FCAT math, and the only
school not showing improvement in
reading was Hampton Elementary.
Brooker Elementary third-graders
posted higher scores in reading and
math than those at any other school in
the district and outperformed the slate
as well. One hundred percent of
Brooker's third-grade students tested
at or above grade level in reading and
math.
Districtwide, Bradford County was
among the top 10 districts showing
the greatest improvement in reading
and math proficiency among third-
graders.
Reading proficiency improved
13.85 percent, from 67 to 81 percent,
and math proficiency improved 10.94
percent. from 56 to 67 per.cent. That
made Bradford County fifth in the
state in improved reading proficiency
and ninth in the state in improved
math proficiency.
Superintendent of Schools Harry
Hatcher said the school district is
excited about what the test results
show. In particular, he said, the
district has met or exceeded its goal of
having 90 .percent of third-graders
proficient in reading in three
schools-the elementary schools in
Brooker, Hampton and Lawtey. At 81
percent the districtwide average is not
far behind that 90 percent goal.
These scores, along with the
improved writing scores at the
elementary and middle school levels,
are the best news the district has had
in some time, Hatcher said, adding
that it was a testament to the hard
work of Bradford's teachers and their
students' willingness to learn.
In much the same way success on
the FCAT is necessary to graduate
high school, students who do not
perform well on the FCAT in the third
grade are not allowed to advance to
the. fourth grade without intense
remediation.
Students who score in level one on
a scale of one to five are targeted for
retention/remediation. A score
placing a student in levels three, four
or five is considered to show
proficiency in the subject matter.
Districtwtde, students tested better
on average in reading than the rest of
the state, but Bradford still needs
improvement in math to catch up to
the state. The district average was 317
in reading compared to the state's 313
and 310 in math compared to the
state's 324.
Eighty-one percent of Bradford
third-graders demonstrated
proficiency in reading, compared to
67 .percent last year and 75 percent
across the state. Only 67 percent were
proficient in math, which is better
than last year's 55 percent but still not
as good as the state's 72 percent
proficiency rate.
Brooker Elementary
The 344-poirit average earned by
students in reading and the 363-point
average earned -in math were the
highest in the, district. Last year's
class earned 311 on reading and 300
on math.
This year, 100 percent of Brooker's
third grade tested proficient,
compared to 79 percent in reading
and 63 percent in math last year.
Hampton Elementary
Since 2002, Hampton had the
highest reading score in the district,
but the score dropped from 337 last
year to 322 this year. Even with the
drop, scores still show that a larger
percentage of the class was proficient
in reading-93 percent this year, 88
percent last year.
Hampton's was still not the lowest
reading score in the district, and it still
beat the state and district averages.
See FCAT, p. 3A


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This Image is what the Southside Elementary School
playground should look like when completed for the


2006-2007 school year. A totalof 113 students should
be able to fit on the playground at one time. ,- .


Southside Elementary gets $56,000 playground


BY LINDSEY KIRKLAND
Telegraph Staff Writer
When summer is over this year, students
returning to Southside Elementary School
will have something to look forward to
besides tests and long days in the
classrooms.
The school's PTO has been working for
almost a year to raise money for a new
playground.
Thinking of disabled students who could
not use most of the equipment and the
condition of the current playground, PTO
members started raising funds at their fall
festival, said PTO Secretary Lilly
Chappell.
Whether through ticket, game or food
sales, they raised $8,000 by January.
Smaller fund-raisers were held, too.
Students could wear hats on Crazy Hat
Day by contributing 50 cents to the fund.
One day, more than'400 snow cones were
sold in two hours when students knew they
were helping out with "playground
money."
"It's been a great team effort," Chappell
said.
Soulhside's business partners gave
$2,000 for the playground.
Even the LIPS driver who slops at the


school donated some money when he saxw
how hard the PTO was working., she said.
After PTO member-, shiowcd the.
Bradford County School Board a proposal.
for the playground a recent meeting, the
board pledged to gi\c $30,000.
Maintenance Suprvisor J.E. Mott gave
another $13,000 frdm his playground fund.
Combined with the money the PTO
already raised. total funds are now around
$56,000, Chappell said. There are also two
grants the PTO is awaiting tor a response
from, totalling an additional $12,000.
"We're thrilled to death at the support of
the communityy." she said.
Because of ihis support. the playground
project is completely paid for.' .
"Il's done." Chappell said. "It's a nice
feeling not having that bill hanging out
there." .
Additional money raised by. Southside's
Spring Fling, held Friday, %will.gotoiward
buying accessories for the project, such as
benches and picnic tables. Rubber mulch
surrounding the whole structure w ill make
it safer for all students.
The design of the playground will allow
one grade level to play all at the same iime
(approximately 113 students).
The playground will have stations where
disabled students can access the


playground equipment,. Chappell .said.
.which the existing equipment does not
ha\ e.
Thie current playground at the .school
-. ill not he disturbed, but she said, "At ihis
point. it's time to have something a little
differcni."
Chappell and the PTO hopes the project
will give students a reason to be more
active.
*An image of whale. the playground is
supposed to look like w hen co'mpleled was
unveiled at the spring fling by the PTO
officers, SoutEside-Principal Bill McRae
and Vivian Chappell.
S'Vivian Chappell, a school board
member, said .everyone %was "thrilled"
about the project.
"The school board came through and
helped [the PTO] a lot," she said.
She also gave credit to Harry Hatcher,
JE._ Mott. McRae,. assistant principal
Steve Hoard and the PTO volunteers.
Parents who helped on ihe project were
Mike Chappell (PTO president), Felicia
Hales (PTO vice president), BeltI
Hardenbrook (treasurer). Jonnie Willis,
Melissa Marsion. Erin Frasier-Bonsieel.
Chrisiina Waters and Theresa Patterson.
The playground project construction is
supposed to srartl his summer and be
.. .completed before ihe, studetil's-11
returito school.


Two Hannahs win division
titles in public speaking
Bradford Middle School wouldn't wart to stay for
students Hannah Ricker and dinner.
Starke Elemenlary titih-grader ,. "The traditional birthday...
Hannah Hildebran %won their meal Ihere is smoked or
di' visions in ihe Bradford pickled fish." ,
SCouuril\ .--H. Tr'opicana Public She also explained that in
-Speaking Coniest. Frarnce. Father Christmas is
Ricker. in a speech entitled" called Pere. Noel, who dresses
"Constitutional Rights," in red, has a \iiee'beard and
.exhorted her, audience to rides on a donkey.
appreccai ihcir rights. The 4-H, Tropicanjl public
"Mo-,[" American., are speaking contest grcr from a
unaware '1 their right, or take program started in lQ52 by a
them for granted," jjid Ricker. Florida elementary S'hool
"Those rights were very hard teacher. The contest' is
to earn and should be coordinated and'underwrinen
appreciated, aficr all our by Tropicana and administered
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The Bradford Middle School of ihe LUnitersiiy of Florida's
student c\plained fi\e civil 4-H -outh development
rights guaranteed b the program.
.constilulion- .freedom ..of. Ricker and Hildebran will
speech, freedom of religion. compete in district competition
ihe right to assemble, freedom May 6 in Lake Buller.
of the press and the right to Other contest results
peiilion the government. She Fourth- and fifth-grade:
told her audience that it should Second place. Latia Da\ is
not onl\ understand those from Soulhside Elemenlary for
rights, but should also exercise "Liger: World's Largest Cat";
them. third place Marissa Greenwell
"Suand up for- what-you from Southside ElementariN for
- believe and use your rights.to "Donald Trump"; honorable
your ad\antag(." she said. mention, Justin Perry from
Hildebran delivered a Starke ElemeniarN for "World
discourse entitled "Holiday War II Bombers" and
Celebrations." The fifth- Damarious Gordan of Starke
grader educated the audience. Elemenarv tfor "Loosing a
at ihe Starke Elementary Lo\ed One."
cafeteria about how birihdaNs Sixth-grade:
are celebrated in Russia and Second place. Casey Cloud
how Christmas is observed in rom Bradford NMiddle School
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'Hardenbrook, along with School Board Member Vivian Chappell (front) unveil the
image of the new school playground.


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May 4, 2006 TELEGRAPH Page 3A


FCAT
: Continued from p. 1A
S onThe average score in math-
improved one point to 330. but
the percent of math proficient
students fell from 82.percen't to
79 percent.
Again, the math score was
still higher than the state or
district averages.
Lawtey"
Community
Last year, Lawlcy
Community School was the
only school where the reading
score dropped. This year that
score climbed from 298 to 323,
the second highest score in the
district and higher than both
the state and district averages.
Ninety percent of Lawlcy
third-graders tested proficient
in reading. up from 62 percent
last year.
There was also
improvement in math. .This
year's average was 321,
compared to 295 last year.
SProficiency improved from 53
S to 71 percent in math.
.Lawtey was higher than the
state and district in reading,
but three points behind the
stat in math.
Soituhside Elementary
Third-graders at Southside :
scored higher in reading than
last year's class with an
average score of .319,
compared to 312.
Reading proficiency
improved from 72 to 74
percent.
Math performance also
showed improvement, with the
average score jumping from
306 to 311, and proficiency
jumping form 61 to 64 percent.
Southside was higher in
reading than the district or
state, but 13 points behind the
state in math.

Starke
Elementary
Starke Elementary scores
reflect improvement in reading
and math as well. The reading
score is up 10 points to 304
this year, while the math score
rose from 273 to 286.
These scores were lower
than other Bradford County
schools, however, which
places .Starke Elementary
behind the district average as
well as the state average.
As, for proficiency, the level
rose from 59 to 76 percent in
reading and from 44 to 58
percent in math among Starke
Elementary third-graders.
which helped contribute to the
district's improved proficiency
levels.

Union County
Third-graders at Lake Butler
Elementary performed better
in reading and math this year,
topping that state average in
math and reading.
The average reading score'
was up from 315 to 323, and.
up from 339 to 346 in math.
Eighty-two percent of third-
graders were proficient in
reading. up from 75 percent,.
and the proficiency level in
math remained 85 percent.
Lake Region.
Third-graders at Keystone
Heights Elementary improved
'in reading, but fell slightly in
math. The reading score rose
from 327 to 331, but fell one'
point to 339 in math. Both-
scores were better than the
state average and the averages,
for Clay County; which we e
328 in reading and 338 in
math.
Eighty-eight percent of
third-graders were proficient
in reading and 82 percent were
proficient in math.
McRae Elementary mirrored
Keystone with a higher
reading score and a one-point
drop in math. The reading
score was 322, up from 318,.
but math fell to 326. The
reading and math scores were
higher than the state average'
but lower than the district.
Eight-five percent of
students were proficient in
reading, but proficiency in
math fell three points to 76
percent.
At Melrose Elementary,
third-graders' scores fell
sharply, from 333 .to 312 in
reading and from 354 to 316 in
math. That was still better than
Putnam County's district
average of 310 in reading, but


the school was four points,
lower than the district's 320
score in math.
Proficiency in reading fell
from 84 to 77 percent in
reading and from 87 to 71
percent in math.


Hope awakens courage..
He who can implant
courage in the human soul
Sis the best physician.
-Karl Ludwig von Knebel


Starke Recreation must seek

new bids on future facility


BY MIARK J. CRAWFORD the project within the city's is hi,
"-T',lhgrti Ediior .. financial reach, bring
S. .' At present, no money is TI
The Starke Recreation set aside for the construction of vole
Department will 'scale:. back. the facility, but the city plans to prop
plans for a :new. building and. sell two visible pieces of its E
readvertise for bids after the property in order to obtain the facil
lone proposal submitted last necessary revenue to fund at dow
month to construct the facility : Ileast the .first phase of of
. greatly exceeded "available construction. :' :.'._. gym
funds. Appraisals were recently Mile
A single bid was received completed on the site of the $1.1
from Milcon Construction cily's former Call Street power addi
Corporation of Gaincsville to plant and-the old armory on up tI
construct a new recreation U.S. 301, which currently the
facility for the city. The project hoiises recreation programs. bid.
was broken into five phases The power plant was appraised the (
when it was advertised, and at $220.000(). and the armory five.
Milcon's price for completing appraisal came in at $450,000. TI
all five was $2.028,400. Combined the two office
Recreation Director Alica appraisals arc more than the lock
McMillian confirmed that $650.000 the city hoped to Ti
further discussions with have to begin the 12,000 be
project architect Spyros Drivas square-foot rereati6n facility. I Roa(
would be necessary to. place but if interest in the properties prim


Lawtey nhales new sewer


BY LINDSEY KIRKLAND
Telegralph Staff Writer
The city of Lawley has
gotten one engineer closer to
getting its sewer system
project back under way.
A special meeting held at
Lawley City Hall announced
Miltauer and Associaltes as the
engineering firm for the
project. Only two other firms
submitted bids for the job
(Berryman and Henigar Inc.
and Stone, Joca and Mahoney).
In order to chose an
engineer, the Lawley council
members and the mayor


reviewed the three bids and
ranked them on a point scale,,
based on the following
criteria: the company's
know\ ledge of stale and federal
regulations governing the
Community Dev'elopment
Block Grant, or CDBG;
program, experience in CDBG
funded projects, experience in
U.S. Department of
Agriculture Rural
Development funded projects,
experience in wastewater
engineering projects, approach
to task and the ability to
become quickly familiar with
local conditions.


Ea
excl
% ho
rain
and
.TI
w ill
count
to "
sew<
inter
litiga
A
the
proc
the s
its
deve


gh enough. their sale could
g in more than ihal.
he city commi.sion has.
d to adecrline I he
perties for sale.
ven still. Ihe recreation
ily %will need to be scaled
n. The primary component
the lacill% is ihe
nasium, the cosI ol which
con places uat more than
2 million. Alternale
lions to Ihe gym could add
o as much as $2419,000 to
price, based on Milcon's
and that doesn't include
.ost of phases iwo through
hose phases -would add
ce space, classrooms,'
er rooms and a dining hall.
he new facility, which will
constructed on.Edwards
d. will he the ciit's
nary recreation center.


engineer
ach council member,,
uding Jeanctte Phillips,
did nol complete the
g sheet. ranked Mittauer.
Associates the highest.
he new engineering firm
ha\e to meel with the city
icil and the city ailorneys
work out a plan for the
er system that will not'
'fere with the current
action.
new engineer was hired so
city of Lawtey could
eed with the cast side of
.ewer system before it lost
CDBG and rural,
'lopment funding.


SEWER: Backups should be solved
continued d from p.1A .


Inadvertently left out of the
video inspection of sewer lines
in the first phase of the project.
a change order was used to add
lining of several streets in the
northwest quadrant of the city.
Gene, Dodd. Debra, Randall
and Ree streets were added at a
cost of $106,700.
SA prior change order had
reduced the cost of phase two
by nearly $147.000, so the
addition of streets did not quite
raise it back to the original'
contract price of $1.72 million
for phase two.
Additional paving work, a
burst pipe and other issues
resulted in delays that added
another 30 days to the project,
extending the completion date'
to July 26.
."Sewer project funding has
been a complicated juggling
act .of leveraging loan money
with grants; and legislative
budget allocations so the city
has to repay as little as
possible--currently estimated
at $150.000 in capitalized:
interest costs (and now the cost
of repairing the Alligator Creek.
problem). Godhcy is looking
into escrowing some of the
money the city will receive in
the future and use interest from
the' escrow to pay off at least
some of what the city will owe
down the line.- -
d Future phases will complete
the rehabilitation of sewer lines
and make upgrades tot the
- wastewater treatment plant to.
reduce the toxicity of effluent
* into Alligator Creek.' New.!;J
sewer lines could potentially be
run as well.
Sewer rehabilitation was
originally projected to be a $7
million project. Increases in
construction costs could push
the final total for the project to
$9-10 million, Godbey said.
Commissioner Carolyn.
Spooner said she hadn't seen


improvement as work has
progressed in her district.
-Godbey said there are some'
improvements that will be seen
and some that won't. The work .
should prevent storm water.
from flowing into the system
and waste backing up into
people's yards.
The project is not designed
to address storm water
.flooding-only keeping that
,water out of the sewer system.
Rain may still flood streets.
Godbey said, but that problem
is beyond the scope of this
project. Public health is the
focus of the sewer project.
S i. fact, the city is under a
consent order from the Florida
Department of Environmental
Protection to reduce storm
water infiltration into the sewer
system and the toxicity of
discharge into Alligator Creek.
Godbey said there are meters in
the lines at present colleciiihg
information for a report that
must be submitted to DEP.
Because of the city's storm
water problem. questions ol
whetherr or noi spillage inti
Alligator Creek could he
corrected as pearl of ihis project
and any other problems thai
may be going undetected,
Godbey would not promise the



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current project would solve all
of the city's issues.
As 'for sewage backups,
Godbey said the project should
eliminate that problem.
Spooner complained that
unqualified people were hired
locally to perform %work.
Godbey said it's not
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School board

in session
May 8
The Bradford Counsl School
Board will hold iitN next
'meeting on Monday, May S, at
6:30 p.m. in the boardroom al
the district offices. 5111 W.
Washington St.
School board niclings ,ind
'workshops are open ito ilit
public, and an agenda is,
available in advance in ihe
ollice oft he receptionist.


Carter declares ca ndiacyfor
school board, District 2"-


To the residents ol Bradford
County. I would like thank you,
for ihis time. My name is
Bo\bb' Ciarcr. I'm announcing
my c.indid.icy for rediecimon a.s
school hoard member. District
I haec been a lifelong
resident t' Bradford County
and am a Bradlord High
School graduate. I am married
it) Rhonda Bennettll Carer of
La\%Mc.. and we ha\c one
daughter. Jes,,ica.
In addition io being an
in'ol ed ..chool board member
currently serving as the \ice
chairman and an aclie
member of tIh Slarke Ki\\anis
Club. I am a real estate agent.
Being self-employed gi es me
the ile\ibiliiy to always be on.
call [or school-related issues.
As .a member of the
leadership leam. I have been a
dedicaied board member by
keeping.school business tirst. It
is \cr\ important to be able to
mel N. IIh you or the.
superinlendeni iih liile or no
notice to resolve issues quickly.
The board works- very hard
i0gether on issues as the\ arise.,
and "'e ha e laikc n a s\ slc malic.
problcm-sl\ing approach to
resole ;in\ ol0 these: issues.
The board has de eloped a
\ision and a sitralegic plan to
help us mo\e lor[\ard in ihe
21s| cenlur\. Tog.ciher %e ha\c-
continued to work on our
school policy every :year to
keep it up to date with the new
laws and to have a policy
written before a problem arises,
As a former teacher in this
county, I noticed ihe need to.
raise 'employee pay. Together
i \h my colleagues. \\e ha'e
been able it do so. The board
has continued to gi'e our
employees a pay raise e'ery
year o\er the ;Isi l our \cars.
Being in'\(led in l'acliy
planning is a great
accomplishment to me. The.
Southside Elemenlary project
was the first of its kind in the
county. While saving the
district greaily, we were able to
get a building everyone is
proud of'.
With the class size


Bobby Carter
amendment there will be some
challenges. With older
buildings in the district and
growth on the way, it is
important to have trained hoard
members who can work
together to meet the needs of
our district.
A few% personal
accomplishments I would like
to share include becoming a
ccrlified board member, which
I completed within Itwo years.
ha' ing the minimum 96 hours
of required instruction. I ha'e
maintained this distinction
eery vcar since.
I am a well respected board
member at the state level. In.
my second year of being on the.
board, I was nominated and:
elected to the Florida School )
Board Association Board of
Directors, which represents.
Alachua,' Clay, Union and I
Bradford counties, and still
currently serve on that board as.
well as the board's ,
development committee for
school board member training.
Last year, I received necessary ,
training in growth
management, and I serve as the
legislative liaison for Bradford
County School Board.
It has been a great pleasure
to serve you as a school board )
member in Bradford County ,
o\er the last four years and I.'v
look forward to doing so. for.'i
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Brooker-
meets May 9
The Brooker City Council
meets on the second Tuesday
of each month at -7 p.m. The
next meeting will take place
on May 9.
The meeting is open to _.th
----ubl-ic-FoinffffriatTon or to
receive an agenda, call (352)
485-1022.

Lawtey
hosting
community
yard sale
The Lawtey Recreation
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)
74,213454 or Jeanette Phillips
at (904) 782-3351.

Juvenile
Justice meets
May 11
The next meeting of the
Bradford County Juvenile
Justice Shared Services

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Council will be Thursday,
May 11, at 9 a;m. The council
meets at Family Service
Center, 611 N. Orange St., in
Starke.

Women's
--H health Fair
on May 16
In recognition of Women's
Health Week, May 14-20, the
Bradford County Health
Department will be celebrating
by hosting a communitywide
Women's Health Fair on
Tuesday, May 16, from 3-6
p.m.
Women may visit the health
department that day and
undergo screenings the check
bone density, hemoglobin,
blood pressure ,and body fat
Health information will be
,available on breast and cervical
cancer, heart disease, domestic
violence and much more.
Local businesses will be
displaying items that appeal to
women and multiple door
prizes will be given away
thanks to donations from the
community.
For more information, call
Amie Johns at (904) 966-6850
or Rebecca Padgett at (904)
966-6087. ,
A health fair for men will be
held in June.

BC Kennel
Club formed
A small nucleus of
committedo- and dedicated
purebred dog fanciers recently
met to organize a local
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American Kennel Club
sanctioned kennel club.
The effort was spearheaded
by breeders and enthusiasts
Howard Zane and Delores
Standly. The Bradford County
Kennel Club will strive to
encourage and generate interest
and education in all facets of
the sport of purebred dogs;
including conformation,
obedience, agility, tracking and
other performance events.
S Anyone interested in
becoming involved is urged
to attend the next meeting on
Tuesday, May 16, at 7 p.m. in
the Capital City Bank meeting
room.

Starke to
meet May 16
The next meeting. of the
Starke City Commission will
be Tuesday, May 16, at 7 p.m.
The meeting is at city hall
and is open to the public. An
agenda is available in advance
in the office of the city clerk.
For more information, call
(904) 964-5027.

Hampton
hosting
senior
reception
Hampton Elementary o ill
host its annual reception for
graduating seniors on Tuesday,
May 23. The reception will be
held in the school's media
center from 12:30-2 p.m.
All students graduating this
year who also attended
Hampton ElementarN are
invited to attend, and relatives
are welcome.
For more information,.


NOTICE OF PUBLIC NOTICE OF PUBLIC please call the school at (352)
HEARING CONCERNING A HEARING CONCERNING A 468-1212.
VARIANCE AS PROVIDED VARIANCE AS PROVIDED
FOR IN THE CITY OF FOR IN THE7CITY OF
STARKE, FLORIDA LAND STARKE, FLORIDA LAND Health
DEVELOPMENT CODE DEVELOPMENT CODE
BY THE BOARD OF BY THE BOARD OF i
ADJUSTMENT OF THE CITYOF ADJUSTMENT OF THE CITY OF insurance
STARKE FLORIDA, NOTICE IS STARKE, FLORIDA, NOTICE IS
HEREBY GIVEN that, pursuant to the HERESBYGIVEN that pursuant to the counseling
City of Starke Land Development City of Starke Land*Development
Code, as amended, hereinafter. Code, as amended, hereinafter h m
referredtoas the LandDevelopmentrefered o as the Land development held monthly
Regulations, objections Regulations objections SHINE (Serving Health
recommendations and comments recommendations and comments ,
concerning a variance, as described concerning a variance, as described Insurance Needs of Elder,) is
below. will be heard by the Board of below, wil be heard-bythe Board of sponsoring free health
Adjustment of the city of Starke. Adjustment.of the city of Starke, insurance counseling sessions
- Flerida. at a-public heafiig o-n-May Florida, at a public hearing on May for elders and their families
25. 2006 at 7.30 p m., or as soon 25, 2006 at 7:30 p.m., or as soon
thereafter as the matter can,De neardc thereafter as the matter can be, hErd, ho have questions, or
in Ihe City Commission Meeting in the City-CommissiefR-Meetilg---problerni \\ilh Medicare'- and
Roomac.[cJity--J.Ha.Joccated at..--. Room. Srarice Ciry. Hall located at other health insurance
209 North Thompson Street, Starke 209 North Thompson Street Starke, rorams '
Florida. Florida. programs.
V-06-01, a petition by AgentLynn V-06-02, a petition by Mina Thakor to The sessions are scheduled
Dowling for Florida Credit Union to request a variance be granted as for the third Tuesday of each
request a variance be granted as provided for in Section 3-47 A. 1-13 of month at the. Bradford County.
provided for in Section 3-47 A. 1-13 of the Land Development Regulations to Health Department on north
the Land Development Regulations to allow a variance from section ;6-20
allow a variance from section 6-20 (sign ordinance) from 32 square feet U.S. 301 in Starke. The next
(sign ordinance) from one ground to requested 48 square feet and to use session is May 16. The
sign to two ground signs, and from the ground sign that is located on the* sessions last from 9 a.m. to 1
round sign area of 32 square feet to a. west end of property instead of the p.m.. and counseling will take
60 square feet on each sign, and wall sign located.on the east end of p.. and cointment onll take.
signage for the credit union from property described as follows: place by appointment only.
allowed 32 sq. h each sign to one A parcel of 4and lying within Section SHINE is a statewide
sign 49 square feet and one sign 64 28, Township 6 South, Range-.22 program sponsored by the
square feet be located on property East, BradfordCounty, Floda. Being Department of Elder Affairs. It
described, as follows: moe particularly described, as epartment of Er elderAf t mairk
Aparcel of land lying within Section follows:. helps empower elders to make
51Township 7 South, Range 22 East, Parcel Number: 03676-0-00000 informed decisions about
Bradford County, Florida. Being more located at 401 West Brownlee, health insurance. During the
particularly described, as follows: Starke, Florida sessions, SHINE counselors
Parcel Number: 04708-0-00201 The public hearing may be continued offer information and
located at 2460 Commercial Drive, to one or more future dales Any assistance with Medicare,
Starke, Florida interested party shall be advised that
The public hearing may be continued the date, time and place of any Medicare .supplemental
to one or more future dates. Any continuation of the public hearing insurance, Medicare
interested party shall be advised that shall be announced during the public prescription discount cards and
the date, time .and place of any hearing and that no further notice prescription drug savings
continuation of the public hearing concerning the matter will be
shall be announced during the public published, unless said continuation programs.
hearing and that no further notice exceeds six calendar weeks from the
concerning the matter will be date of the above referenced public


published, unless said continuation hearing. At the aforementioned public
exceeds six calendar weeks from the hearing, all interested parties may
date of the above referenced public appear to be heard with respect to the
hearing. At the aforementioned public variance.
hearing, all interested parties may Copies of the variance application are
appear to be heard with respect to the available for public inspection at the
variance. Office of the Director of Zoning,
Copies of the variance application are Planning and Building, County.
available for public inspection at the Courthouse located at 945 North
Office of the Director of Zoning, Temple Avenue, North Wing, Starke,
Planning and Building, County Florida, during regular business,
Courthouse located at 945 North hours.
Temple Avenue, North Wing, Starke, All persons are advised that if they
Florida, during regular business decide to appeal any decision made
hours, at the above referenced public
All'persons are advised that if they hearing, they Will need a record of the
decide to appeal any decision made proceedings, and that, for such
at the above referenced public- purpose, they may need to ensure
hearing, they will need a record of the that a verbatim record of the
proceedings, and that, for such proceedings is made, which record
purpose, they may need to ensure includes the testimony and evidence
that a verbatim record of the upon which the appeal is to be based.
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To make an appointment, or
if you cannot travel to the
counseling session site, call
the elder helpline at (800) 262-
2243.

Pleasant
Grove group
to-meet
May 15
The Pleasant Grove Action
Group's regular monthly
meeting is held on the third
Monday of each month.
The next meeting is May 15
at 7 p.m. in the annex of the
Pleasant Grove United


Methodist Church on
Northwest .17-7th" Street.
All concern citizens are
urged to attend.

Bean
announces
district office
hours in area
House District 12
Representative Aaron Bean's
staff will meet with
constituents in Middleburg,
Starke and Macclenny on the
third Thursday of every month.
Staff will next visit Starke


at the Bradford County
Cooperative Extension Service
office on U.S. 301 north on
Thursday, May 18, from 1-2
p.m. Appointments are not
necessary, but if you would
like to make an appointment,
please call (904) 491-3664.

YMCA meets
May 25
The YMCA Founders
Committee will meet today,
Thursday, May 25, at 5:30
p.m. The committee meets in
the Family Service Center,
611 N. Orange St. in Starke.


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Linda Lawson is shown in front of her display of
altered art at the BC Library.

Altered art on display at BCL


The May display at the
Bradford County Public Library
features work by Linda Lawson.
The display' includes books,
alloid tin, shipping tags, coin
envelopes, record albums, paper
bags. and other items that have
bqen,.altered with paint, rubber
stamps, papers and other
embellishments.
Lawson is a member of -the


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Jesse Colston


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Colston to
graduate UF
on May 5
On Friday, May, 5, -Jesse
Colston will graduate from the
University of Florida with a
bachelor of science degree in
industrial and systems
engineering and a minor in
sales engineering.
Colston attended Bradford
'Count.y schools from
kindergarten through 12th
grade. He graduated with high
honors from BHS in 2001 in
the top 10 percent of his class.
He was a ,member of student
government and played on the
varsity baseball team.
Colston was accepted into
the University of Florida, and
began attending classes there
in the fall of 2001, making the
college of engineering Dean's
List in 2002. At UF, he is a
member of Theta Tau, a
professional engineering
fraternity and a member of the
UF Chapter of the Institute of
Industrial Engineers.
Following his graduation,
Colston will reside in
Jacksonville, where he will be
working with a company that
specializes in bridge and
highway construction.


Benefit poker
tourney
planned for
June 4
A Texas Hold'em poker
tournament is planned to
benefit Bradford, County
YMCA.
The event is set for Sunday,
June 4, beginning at 1 p.m., at
Starke Golf and Country Club.
Advanced tickets are $100.
Tickets will be available for
$120 on the day of the
tournament.
Gifts and monetary prizes
will be awarded to the final
nine players, with the first-
place winner receiving a gold,
ID bracelet from Williams'
Jewelry in Starke. There will
also be door prizes.
For ticket information, call
(904) 964-9622.


Hampton
safety '
inspections
The Hampton Police
Department has announced it
will be holding vehicle safety
inspection checks and driver's
license checks on all roads in
Hampton during the-'month of
May.


Gainesville Altered Book group
and the Fiber Artist Traders,
Altered Book and Artist
Trading Cards groups.
On June 10, she will attend
Artful Journey at the Prime
Osborne Convention Center in
Jacksonville.
For more information about
this creative hobby, call the
library at (904) 964-6400.-


BHS Chorus
presents
concert.
tonight
The Bradford High School
Chorus will present a concert
tonight, May 4, at 8 p.m. in
the BHS auditorium.
Admission is $5. Children
under 12 will be admitted free
if accompanied by an adult.
The concert will feature the
60-voice BHS chorus, under
the direction of Don Hardy, the
BHS Chamber Singers, and
several piano soloists.
The program will include
musical selections from the
Renaissance, early Baroque
period, American folk song
literature, traditional spirituals,
as well as patriotic and
contemporary music.


Prevatt-
Southerland
family
reunion is
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
Jeian Tulino at (904) 782-3939.-


I CHURCH
Bethel Baptist Church, C.R. Hands of the Lord is much."
230A will have a revival Messenger for the Wednesday
Monday-Wednesday, May 8-10, service will be the Rev. Anthony
beginning at 7 p.m. nightly. R. Thomas from Gainesville.
Pastor Herb Reavis of.North Thursday and Friday services
Jacksonville Baptist Church will be conducted by the Rev.
will be the guest speaker. On Michael Jackson of Jacksonville.
May 10, a pizza supper will be The public is invited.
held from 6-7 p.m., with Pastor
Gary Melvin in charge. Special Sampson City Baptist Church,
music nightly. The public is on C.R. 227, off U.S. 301 south
invited, of Starke, will be celebrating its
-annual homecoming on Sunday,
First Christian Church will May 7, at 11 a.m. Everyone is
celebrate National Day of welcome.
Prayer, "America, Honor God,"
at Veterans Memorial Park in True Vine Ministry youth
Starke at 11:45 a.m. on department will host a car wash
Thursday, May 4. Bring lawn and canned food drive on
chairs. A children and youth Saturday, May 13, from 9 a.m.
event will take place at the. until 2 p.m, at Community State
church, 507 W. Call St. in Bank. The car wash is designed
Starke from 3-4 p.m. The public to promote awareness of hunger
is invited, in the community. For more
Information, call.(904) 964-
Northside Baptist Church will 9264.
sponsor the National Day of
Prayer rally at the Veteran's First Baptist Church of Starke,
Memorial Park on East Call St. 163 W. Jefferson St., will host
in Starke, Thursday (today), The Power Team, a group of
March 4, at 11:45 a.m. Bring a world-class athletes who have
lawn chair. The theme is performed in every state and
"America, Honor God." The more than 40 countries for
public is invited. alnst 30 years, Wednesday
through Sunday, May 10-14.
St. John's Missionary Baptist Events begin at 7 p.m. and
Church will have a revival include door prizes. A $2
Wednesday, through Friday, l6nation will be collected at the
May 17-19, at 7 p.m. nightly. door. For information, call (904)
The theme is "Little in the 964-6562.

Veterans with an honorable Howard and
discharge who are interested in
reactivating Post #314 are urged to Cra Iford
call 964-5373, Maurice J. White, C
anytime after 7 p.m. reunion
All Howard and Crawford
SPTO descendants are invited to a
W PTO"o family reunion Friday,
m e 4e MSaturday and Sunday, May 5-7,.
Ie I at Oleno State-Park. There will
Bradford Middle School PTO be food, games, memories and
will meet at 5:30 p.m. on fun.
Monday, May 8, at the middle For information, call Helen
school cafeteria. K. Howard at (904) 388-6955.

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P.O. Box 71 Insurance Claims
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BC Library
offers new
books on
immigration
Bradford County 'Public
Library was recently awarded
15 classic books on the theme
of "Becoming American" from
the We The People Bookshelf.
Three books in Spanish were
also received. All books are
available for loan from the
library.
The "Becoming American"
books, for children from
preschool to high school,
enable students to see how
America's immigrants have
contributed to our culture.
The book awards are part of
the National Endowment for
the Hunianities We the People.
program, which support
projects that strengthen the
understanding of American
* history and culture.


Some of the classic
books on the theme
"Becoming American."
Bookmarks to .go with.the
books are provided from the
endowment .through the
American Library Association.
The McCormick Tribune
Foundation also contributed to
this.project.


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Trail Ridge

Festival set

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


Get out the

vote in 2006
The 2006 election cycle is
just around the corner, and you
will again have the
opportunity to have a voice in
your future by casting a ballot.
You also have an opportunity
to get rpore local citizens
involved in this most
important process.
Supervisors of elections
from around the state will be
participating in nonpartisan,
organized voter registration
events in the months ahead,
and you are welcome to get
iyolvyed.
,May is Register at Your
*L6cal Merchants Month.
"Jtne is Register at Your
House of Worship Month.
July is Register Online
Month.
If your business 'or
organization would like more
information on how you can
be a part of this effort, call
Bradford County Supervisor of
Elections Terry Vaughan at.
(904)' 966-6266. Working
together, you cab help make
freedom count in 2006.


Animal

adoption

hours

announced
Bradford County PAWS. has
announced adoption hours for
the 'Starke Animal Care and
Control Center.
The center is open for
adoption Monday-Friday from
4-6 p.m., .Saturday from 10
a.m.-6 p.m. and Sunday from
1-6 p,m.
The contact number is (904)
964-9200. Both dogs and cats



LEGALS

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.
4/20 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, PAULC.
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 described
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, Florida, in the above ,
styled Court and you are required to
serve a copy of your written response
to ROBERT E.. BOONE, P.A., 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 iri 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
TELU904-964-5100.
FAX: 904-964-5101
Florida Bar No. 0122970
Attomey for the Plaintiff
4'20 4tchg. 5/11


are available, so come adopt.
your new best friend.
PAWS is also looking for
volunteers to walk dogs,
answer phones and assist
with special event adoptions.
Please contact Elaine Gunner
at (904) 334-7317 or (904)
964-8895.


Compassionate

Friends are

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



CIS mentors

local students
Communities in Schools of
Bradford. County is always
seeking- citizens who would be
interested in mentoring a child.
Mentors involved in the
program meet with a student
from sixth to 12th grade three
times a month for about 30
minutes a visit, usually.during
lunch hour. These mentored
students are able to qualify) for
Florida Prepaid Scholarship
Program.,
:If you would like more
information, you can contact
Jim Lewi.s.' r; d. Mihetle,1
Gaskins at (904) 964-7776.

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
THE STATE OF FLORIDA, IN AND
FOR BRADFORD COUNTY
CASE NO. 2006-CA-174
CIVIL DIVISION
GREEN TREE SERVICING LLC
F/K/A CONSECO FINANCE
SERVICING CORP.,
Plaintiff,
vs.
BILLY J. RANSOM; THE
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF BILLY J.
RANSOM; MISTY RANSOM; THE
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF MISTY
RANSOM; IF LIVING, INCLUDING
ANY UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF
SAID DEFENDANTSS, IF
REMARRIED, AND IF DECEASED,
THE RESPECTIVE UNKNOWN
HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES,
ASSIGNEES, CREDITORS,
LIENORS, AND TRUSTEES, AND
ALL OTHER PERSONS CLAIMING
BY, THROUGH, UNDER OR
AGAINST THE NAMED
DEFENDANTSS; UNKNOWN
TENANT #1; UNKNOWN TENANT
#2;
Defendant(s).
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: BILLY d. RANSOM; THE
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF BILLY J.
RANSOM; MISTY RANSOM; THE
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF MISTY
RANSOM; IF LIVING, INCLUDING
ANY UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF
SAID DEFENDANTSS, IF
REMARRIED, AND IF DECEASED,
THE .RESPECTIVE UNKNOWN
HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES,
ASSIGNEES; CREDITORS,
LIENORS, AND TRUSTEES, AND
ALL OTHER PERSONS CLAIMING
BY, THROUGH, UNDER OR
AGAINST THE NAMED
DEFENDANTSS;
Whose residence are/is unknown.
YOU ARE HEREBY required to file
your answer or written defenses, if
any; in the above proceeding with the
Clerk of this Court, and to serve a
copy thereof upon the plaintiffs
attorney, whose name and address
appears hereon, on or before May 29, ,
2006 the nature of this proceeding
being a suit for foreclosure of
mortgage against the following
described property, to wit:
A PARCEL OF LAND LYING IN
THE SOUTHWEST 1/4 OF THE
NORTHWEST 1/4 OF SECTION 31,
TOWNSHIP 7 SOUTH, RANGE 22
EAST, BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA; SAID PARCEL BEING
MORE PARTICULARLY
DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS:
COMMENCE AT A FOUND 1/2"
IRON ROD LOCATED AT THE
NORTHEAST CORNER OF THE
SOUTHWEST 1/4 OF THE
NORTHWEST 1/4 AND RUN
SOUTH 88 48' 23" WEST, AS A
BASIS OF BEARING, ALONG THE


NORTH LINE OF SAID
SOUTHWEST 1/4 OF
NORTHWEST 1/4 FOR A
DISTANCE OF 126.58 FEET TO A
SET 1/2" IRON ROD FOR THE
POINT OF BEGINNING. FROM
THE POINT OF BEGINNING THUS
DESCRIBED RUN SOUTH 02 44'
38" EAST FOR A DISTANCE OF
291.82 FEET TO A SET 1/2" IRON
ROD: THENCE RUN NORTH 89*
54' 12" WEST FOR A DISTANCE
OF 354.92 FEET TO A SET 1/2"
IRON ROD LOCATED ON THE
EASTERLY RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE
OF C.S.X. TRANSPORTATION
RAILROAD; THENCE RUN
NORTH 17 45' 22" EAST ALONG
SAID EASTERLY RIGHT-OF-WAY
LINE FOR A DISTANCE OF 299.98
FEET TO A FOUND 1/2" IRON


ROD LOCATED ON THIE NORTH
LINE OF SAID SOUTHWEST 1/4
OF NORTHWEST 1/4; THENCE
RUN NORTH 88 48' 23" EAST
ALONG SAID NORTH LINE FOR A
DISTANCE OF 249.52 FEET TO
THE POINT OF BEGINNING.
RESERVING THE SOUTHERLY
15.00 FEET THEREOF FOR
INGRESS, EGRESS, AND
GENERAL ROAD PURPOSES.
TOGETHER WITH AND SUBJECT
TO A 30.00 FOOT EASEMENT FOR
INGRESS, EGRESS, AND
GENERAL ROAD PURPOSES
BEING MORE PARTICULARLY
DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS:
COMMENCE AT A FOUND 1/2"
IRON ROD LOCATED AT THE
NORTHEAST CORNER OF THE
SOUTHWEST 1/4 OF THE
NORTHWEST 1/4 AND RUN
SOUTH 88 4823" WEST, AS A
BASIS OF BEARING, ALONG THE
NORTH LINE OF SAID
SOUTHWEST 1/4 OF
NORTHWEST 1/4 FOR A
DISTANCE OF 126.58 FEET TO A
SET 1/2" IRON ROD; THENCE
CONTINUE SOUTH 88* 48' 23"'
WEST ALONG SAID NORTH LINE
FOR A DISTANCE OF 249.52 FEET
TO A FOUND 1/2" IRON ROD
LOCATED AT THE EASTERLY
RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF C.S.X.
TRANSPORTATION RAILROAD;
THENCE RUN SOUTH 17 45' 22"
WEST ALONG SAID EASTERLY
RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE FOR A
DISTANCE OF 284.24 FEET TO At
SET 1/2" IRON ROD FOR THE
POINT OF BEGINNING OF SAID
EASEMENT. FROM THE POINT
OF BEGINNING THUS
DESCRIBED RUN SOUTH .89* 54'
12" EAST FOR A DISTANCE OF
379.44 FEET TO A SET 1/2" IRONt
ROD, THENCE RUN SOUTH 02'
44'38" EAST FOR A DISTANCE OF
30.04 FEET TO A SET 1/2" IRON
ROD; THENCE RUN NORTH 89:
54' 12" WEST FOR A DISTANCE
OF 358.99 FEET TO A SET 1,2
IRON ROD; THENCE RUNE
SOUTH 17 45' 22" WEST
PARALLEL WITH SAID EASTERLY.
RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF C.S.X.
TRANSPORTATION RAILROAD
FOR A DISTANCE OF 45-4 96 FEET
TO A SET 1/2" IRON ROD:
THENCE RUN SOUTH 89: 54' 12'
EAST FOR A DISTANCE OF 107.59,
FEET TO A SET 1/2" IRON ROD,
THENCE RUN SOUTH 00' 05' 48"
WEST FOR A DISTANCE OF 30.00
FEET TO A FOUND 1/2" IRON
.ROD; THENCE RUN NORTH 89*
54' 12" WEST FOR A DISTANCE
OF 148.62 FEET TO A FOUND 1/2"
IRON ROD LOCATED ON SAID
EASTERLY RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE
OF C.S.X. TRANSPORTATION
RAILROAD; THENCE RUN
NORTH 17' 45'- 22" EAST ALONG
SAID EASTERLY RIGHT-OF-WAY
LINE FOR A DISTANCE OF 517.93
FEET TO THE POINT OF
BEGINNING. I
THE ABOVE DESCRIBED PARCEL
AND EASEMENT 'BEING
PORTIONS OF LANDS
RECORDED IN OFFICIAL
RECORDS.BOOK 873, PAGES 487
AND 488 OF SAID COUNTY.
TOGETHER WITH EASEMENTS
AS DESCRIBED AND RECORDED
IN .OFFICIAL RECORDS, BOOK
873, PAGES 489 AND 490 OF SAID
COUNTY. -
TO INCLUDE A DOUBLE WIDE
MOBILE HOME TITLE NUMBER
84780989,, VIN
FLHMLCF164624848A; 84781144
VIN FLHMLCF164624848B.
To include a:
2002 MERIT, VIN FLHMLCF,
164624848A and 84780989 2002'
10150, VIN FLHMLCF164624848B
and 84781144 A/KIA 5811 SE 86TH
STREET HAMPTON, FL 32044 If
you fail.to file your answer or written
defenses in the above proceeding on
plaintiff's attorney, a delajil will be
entered against you lor the relief
demanded n 'the Complaini or
Petition.
DATED at BRADFORD County this
18th day of April, 2006.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: Carol Williams
Deputy Clerk
In accordance with Disabilities Act of
1990, persons needing a special
accommodation to participate in this
proceeding should contact the ASA
Coordinator no later than seven (7)
days prior to the proceedings. If
hearing impaired, please call (800)
9559771 (TDD) or (800) 955-8770
(voice), via Florida Relay Service.
Law Offices of Daniel C. Consuegra
9204 King Palm Dnve


Tampa,
Tel;.
Fax:
Attor


FL 33619-1328
(813) 915-8660
(813) 915-0559
mey for Plaintiff
4/27 2tchg. 5/4


NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
RAY'S AUTO REPAIR gives Notice
of Foreclosure of Lien and intent to
sell these vehicles on 05/22/2006,
09:30 a.m. at P.O. BOX 2229
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, FL 32656-
2229 pursuant to subsection 713.78 of
the Florida Statutes. RAY'S AUTO
REPAIR reserves the right to accept
or reject any and/or all bids.
IN6ND06S4EC351.144
1984 DATSUN
2FACP73F9MX111242
1991 FORD
4/27 2tchg. 5/4
NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
ED' S AUTOMOTIVE, LLC gives
Notice of Foreclosure of Lien and
intent to sell these vehicles on May
30, 2006, 8 a.m., at 2163 N. TEMPLE
AVE., STARKE, FL 32091-1966,.
pursuant to subsection 713.78 of the
Florida Statutes. ED'S
AUTOMOTIVE, LLC reserves the
right to accept or reject any and/or all
bids.
2C1MR2466P6759672
1993 CHEVROLET
2GIFP32PXS22Q8351
1995 CHEVROLET
4/27 2tchg. 5/4
PUBLIC AUCTIONl
Ron Denmark Mini Storage will hold
a Public Auction on Friday. May 5,
2006, at 10 a.m. at 2,1 17 N. Temple
Ave., Starke, Fla. on the following
storage units containing persona
items.
#79 Belonging to T. Bamhart
#56 Belonging to L. Hall
4/27 2tchg. 5/4
NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
SPRATLIN TOWING AND
.RECOVERY, INC. gives notice of
foreclosure of lien and intent to sell
the following vehicles on May 22,
2006, at 10 a.m. at 18536 W. U.S.
Hwy. 301 N., Starke, Fla. pursuantto,
subsection 713.78 of Florida Statutes.'
Sprailin Towing reserves the right to
accept or reject any and all bids.
2001 Ford F-150
1 FMDA31XRZB51696
1996 Dodge Intrepid
1B3HD46T5TF154576
1993 Mercury Sable
1MELM50U4PA664368
1997VWJetta
3VWVA81 H6VM035682
1993 Ford Tempo
2FAPP36X2PB124737
4/27 2tchg. 5/4
PUBLIC' HEARING
The Bradford County, Board of
County Commissioner will consider
a proposed petition to close a portion
of NW 75th Ave; from CR 225 for
approximately (1/2) .5 Miles. A public
hearing will be held at the regularly
scheduled Board of County
Cpmmissionerson May 18, 2006, at
6:30 p.m. For additional information,
please contact the County Manager,
Jim Crawford aT 904-966-6339.
S5/42tchg. 5/11
IN T E CIRCUIT COURT 0'THE-'2:
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO.: 05-CA-655
FLAGSTAR BANK, FSB
PLAINTIFF
VS.
JEROME BASS, IF LIVING, AND IF
DEAD, THE UNKNOWN SPOUSE,
HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES,
ASSIGNEES, LIENORS,
CREDITORS, TRUSTEES AND
ALL OTHER PARTIES CLAIMING
AN INTEREST BY, THROUGH,
UNDER OR AGAINST JEROME
BASS; KATHY D. BASS, IF LIVING,
AND IF DEAD, THE UNKNOWN
SPOUSE, HEIRS, DEVISEES,
GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES,
LIENORS, CREDITORS,
TRUSTEES AND ALL OTHER
PARTIES CLAIMING AN
INTEREST THROUGH, UNDER
OR AGAINST KATHY D. BASS;
JOHN DOE and JANE DOE AS
UNKNOWN TENANTS IN
POSSESSION
DEFENDANTSS,
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to a Summary Final


Judgment of Foreclosure da
26, 2006, entered in Civil C
05-CA-655 of the Circuit Coi
8th Judicial Circuit in
BRADFORD County,
Florida, I will sell to the high
best bidder for cash at the lob
BRADFORD County Cou
located'at 945 North Temple
in Starke, Florida, at 11:00
the 25th day of Mayi, 20
following described proper
forth in said Summar'
Judgment, to-wit:
LOTS I AND 2 OF BLOC
LIVINGSTON, TRUB'
COMPANY'S SUBDIVISI
THE NORTHEAST 1/4
NORTHEAST 1/4 OF SECT
TOWNSHIP 6 SOUTH, RA
EAST. AS FURTHER DES
IN WARRANTY DEED
BOOK 788, PAGE. 459,
PUBLIC RECORDS
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLC
Dated this 26th day of April,
Ray
Clerk of the Circ
By: Carol
Dep
THE LAW OFFICES OF
DAVID J. STERN, P.A.,
ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF
801 S. University Drive
Suite 500
Plantation, FL 33324
(954)233-8000
05-48475(FM)FLG
IN ACCORDANCE WIT
AMERICANS WITH DISAI
ACT, persons with dis
needing a special accomr
should contact C
ADMINISTRATION,
BRADFORD County Court
1-800-955-8771 (TDD) or 1-
8770, via Florida Relay Serv
5/41'

PUBLIC NOTICE
The Early Learning Coalitior
Nassau, Baker, Bradford
voted to enter into
negotiations 'with Ep
Children's 'Services for
Readiness and Vc
Prekindergarten Services in
county area.


PUBLIC. AUCTI4
C&C Mini-Storage will hay
auction at 10 a.m. on May 2
Handi-House Portable Bu
1670 S. US-301, Starke.
2-35 Cecil Underwood
1-50'Victoria Stager
1-49 Deneen Beck
2-27 Blair Moyers
2-22 Kimberley Jenkins
5/42
LEGAL NOTIC
The RPF Review Commit
Alachua .Bradford I
Workforce Board will
Tuesday, May 9, 2006, at 1
at the office of Focused Ma
Solutions, 501 E. University
Suite 501, Gainesville, FL 3
Please contact Phyllis Mai
955-6509 with any question
have,

LEGAL NOTIC
The First Jobs "First
Cco.irrine ir, the Alacnua
Regional Wocklorce Board
on Thursday, May 11, 200
a.m, at.the Alachua Count'
Authority Office, 703 N.E
Gainesville, FL 32601.
Please contact Phyllis Mar
955-6509 with any question
have.

LEGAL NOTIC
The BJBW Committee of th
Bradford Regional Wprkfo
will meet on Thursday, May
at 2:30 p.m. at City Colle
S.W. 13th St., Gainesvilli
Room 8.
Please contact Phyllis Mart
955-6509 with any ques
may have.

LEGAL NOTICE
The Bradford County Schi
will hold a public auction
portable buildings on Satui
13th. The auction will take
Southside Elementary,
Stansbury Street, Starke, at
The buildings will be open
review at 8:30 a.m. immedi
to the auction.
5/42


ited April
;ase No.
urt of the
and for
Starke,
chest and
by at the
irthouse
3 Avenue
a.m. on
006 the
ty as set
iF P l


LEGAL NOTICE
The HSHW Committee of the
Alachua Bradford Regional
Workforce Board will be holding a
meeting on Tuesday, May 9, 2006, at
12 noon at the Gainesville Chamber
of Commerce, 300 East University
Ave., Suite 100, Gainesville, Florida.
Please contact Phyllis Marty at 352-.
955-6509 with any questions you may
have. 5/41thg.


y IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
K 14 IN EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN .
Y and AND FOR BRADFORDCOUNTY, ;
ON OF FLORIDA.
OF THE CASE NO.: 04-2006-CA-0041
TION 28, WILLIAM D. HADDOCK,
\NGE 22 Plaintiff
CRIBED .
IN O.R. ROBERT N. ROBERTS; RICHARD
OF THE R. ROBERTS; TOMMIE G.
OOF ROBERTS, a/k/a TOMMY G.
ORIDA. ROBERTS; DOROTHY M. .
2006. HARPER, VALDA MAE BUSHKILL,
t Norman if alive, and if dead, their unknown ';i
uWilliams spouses, heirs. devisees. grantees,
WiClerk creditors, and all other parties
uty Cler claiming by, through, under or against' U
them; the unknown spouse, heirs,' "'
FF devisees, grantees, and creditors of
FF any of the above parties who are ,
deceased, and any and all other,
parties claiming by, through, under or, .
against them; and all unknown natural '
persons, if alive, and if dead or not
H THE known tobe dead or alive, their..
- LTH several and respective unknown :
BILITIES spouses, heirs, devisees, grantees,
abilities and creditors, or other parties. "'
modation blaming by. inrough or under those
COURT. unknown natural persons, and the
at house at several and respective unknown
8009ousea55 assigns. successors In interest. -
-800-955- transferees, trustees or any other "
vice. person claiming by. through, under or -
tchg. 5/11 against any corporation or other legal
E enbtv named as a defendant, and all
o y claniants, persons or parties, natural
n of Clay, :)r corporate, or whose exact legal
counties status is unknown, claiming under
contract any of the above named or described
episcopal dolereidants or parties or claiming to
aveool any right. title or interest in and
)luntary to me lands hereafter descnbed;
n the four IJELSON MOORE, the known
Spouse of DORIS V. MOORE,
5/4 ltchg. Deceased; the unknown heirs,
devisees, grantees, and creditors of
DN DORIS V. MOORE, Deceased;
e a public SHANDS TEACHING HOSPITAL
0, 2006, at AND CLINICS, INC d/b/a SHANDS
ildings at AT STARKE. AND GLADYS L
HADDOCK,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: Robert N. Roberts,.
325 Pokagon Drive ....
Carmel. Indiana 46032-9405
itchg. 5/11 i Lasit known address)


E
tee of the
Regional
meet on
0:00 a.m.
nagement
y Avenue,
2601.
ty at 352-


Richard R. Roberts
Venice. Calif.
(Last known address)
Dorothy M. Harper
319 Colonial Drive
DeLand, Florida 32720-3408
(Last known address)


s you may Nelson Moore, the known spouse of..
Doris V. Moore, deceased, and the
5/4 ltchg; unknown heirs. devisees, grantees
and creditors ol Doris V. Moore.
E deceased. 418 North Christian Street
W ges Starke. Flonda 32091
i Bratoro ii alive. and if dead. ihe unknown
will meet neirs. beneficiaries, successors,
)6, at 9:00 assigns, spouses, personal
y Housing representatives, devisees, grantees,
. 1st St., trustees and creditors.
YOUR ARE NOTIFIED that an action
rty at 352- to quiet title on the following property
s you may located in Bradford County, Florida:
Lot One (1) of Block One (1) of A.L.
5/4 ltchg. Alvarez Addition to the Town of
Starke, Florida, as per plat thereof
E recorded in Plat Book 2, Page 36 of
e Alachua the public records of Bradford
rce Board County, Florida
11, 2006, has been filed against you, and you
ge, 2400 are required to serve a copy of your
e, 32608, written defenses, if any, to it on
Plaintiff through his attomey, whose
ty at 352- name and address is: c/o Suzanne C.
tons you Quifi6nez, Esquire, Post Office Box
130, Middleburg, FL 32050-0130 on
5/4 tchg. or before within 30 days after the first
publication, and file the original with
E the clerk of this court either before
ool Board service on Plaintiff or immediately
for three thereafter; otherwise a default will be
rday, May entered against you for the relief
place at demanded in the complaint.
823 E. WITNESS my hand and the seal of -
9:00 a.m. this Court on April 7, 2006.
for public Clerk of the Court
ately prior By: Tasher Allen
Deputy Clerk
tchg. 5/11 5/4 4tchg.5/25


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,.May 4, 2006 TELEGRAPH Page 7A


Dreams realized at Lawtey event ,


BY MARCIA MILLER
Telegraph Staff Writer
Hundreds of people
assembled at Brandon Brown
Field in Lawtey over the
weekend for the sole purpose
of helping a 6-year-old child's
dream come true.
Matthew Cahill of
Jacksonville is seriously ill and
has a dream of attending a
Boston Red Sox baseball game..
The $3,500 raised at the
weekend Lawtcy softball
tournament will make that
dream come true.
The Lawtey Athletic
Association sponsored the
tournament that drew
participation from all over the
county. Entry fees, concession
sales, money from a 50-50
drawing and money raised in a
drawing for a homemade quilt
earned $3,200. Lori Gowens,
secretary of the Lawtey
Athletic Association, said the
final $300 was raised when
they passed a hat around in the


crowd during Sunday's award
ceremony.
"The $3,500 will
definitely send them on the
trip," said Gowens. "it was
wonderful. We just want to
thank everyone who came out
and supported us."
Gowens said that the
Bradford High School and
Bradford Middle School Band
Boosters organizations had
loaned the Lawtey Athletic
Association a lot of equipment
for the concession stand.
"They loaned us a popcorn
machine, a cotton candy
machine, a big grill ... If it
hadn't been for them, we never
wbuld have been able to raise
as much money as we did," she
said. "We just want to send
them a huge thank ybu."
But more than one. dream
came true over the weekend.
The event was sparked by
the dream bf a Lawtey 14-year-
old, Rachel Norman. The
Northside Christian Academy


student was reading an article
about Dreams Come True, an
organization that specializes in
making dreams come true for
children who are battling life-
threatening illnesses.
"I read about someone
having a fund-raiser to help a
child and thought, 'Why not
throw one down here?,'" said
Norman. "We can have fun
doing it and he (Cahill) can
have his dream."
Norman contacted the
Lawtey Athletic Association
and the Dreams Come True
organization based in
Jacksonville. The weekend
event grew from there.
Suzanne Crittenden,
executive director for Dreams
Come True, was in attendance
at the fund-raiser. She said she
was very impressed with the
turnout and hard work
exhibited by a small town.
"This is just so exciting," she
said.
Dreams Come True is an
organization that has been
operating on the First Coast for
22 years. More than 1,800
children have seen their dreams
come true through the
organization's efforts. In
Dreams Come True, 100
percent of all funds raised goes
toward fulfilling dreams for
seriously ill children, said
Crittenden.
Cahill. has Langerhans Cell
Histiocytosis. a disease that
causes hone tumors and lesions
in various tissues and organs in
the body.
Crittenden said helping
children like Cahill make a,
dream come true sparks hope
for the families and provides
memories of happy times that
help offset the memories of


College for
Kids now
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
from:July 10 through July 241,'
and'! kid's can participate in
.courses of their choice.
Courses this year cover topics
like arts and crafts, jewelry
making, classic and modern
dance, Spanish, cooking,


(L-R) Lawtey's Rachel Norman and Dreams Come True Executive Director
Suzanne Crittenden help 6-year-old Matthew Cahill shout "Play ball!" to open the
tournament.


doctor's, visits, hospital stays, or visit www.dreamscometrue.
pain and fear. org;.
For more information on The organization can use
Dreams Come True, contact 'monetary contributions or in-
Crittenden at (904)...29h-3030 kind donations. There is a


puppy training, sports and
fitness, fun with riath and
science, Windows movie'
making. CPR. leatherworking,
scrapbooking, and \cterinary"
internships.
Tuition for whole and half-
day sessions is $210 and $105,
respectively. Scholarships are
available, but applications are
due by May 11. Applications
are available at the Andrews
Center.
Walk-in registration is
ongoing and will continue until
classes are filled. The Andrews. i;
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Center is open Monday
through Thursday from 8 a.m.
until 9 p.m. and from 8 a.m. to
4:30 p.m. on Friday.
For more information, call
(904) 964-5382.

Join the
cleanup!
The Bradford County Great
Florida Cleanup will take place
on Saturday, May 13, at 8 a.m.
beginning at the Bradford
County.Fairgrounds- r'
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variety of ways to contribute to
the organization without
organizing a major eenl.


Show pride in your county
by participating in this
volunteer liner pick-up event.
Volunteers %ill receive free
pizza for lunch and have a
chance to %v in door prizes.
Keep Tri-counties Beautiful
will provide trash bags and
safety vests. Volunteers must
have their own transportation
and wear work gloves, sturdy
clothing, and thick-soled,
closed-toe shoes.
For more information,' call
(386) 431-1000. :
moi **nue De c .m.q ,-.
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(L-R) Lawtey's Rachel
Norman poses with
Jacksonville's Matthew
Cahill. Cahill is seriously
ill and has always
wanted to see a Boston
Red Sox game. Thanks
to the efforts of Norman
and other Lawtey
residents, he will be able
to realize that dream.


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in this volunteer litter pickup event!

The Great Florida Cleanup is a hands-on volunteer
litter pick-up event to bring awareness to litter
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Volunteers must: Have transportation, wear work
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(KTB will provide trash bags & safety vests)

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Teachers, employees honored at

school district luncheon
... 7 "e-o


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor
The teachers and employees
who staff a school are its
foundation, .and the school
district recently let Bradford-
County school employees
know just how much they are-
apprecialed.
On April 19, a luncheon was
held at the Bradford County-
Fairgrounds to honor
employees in general and, in
particular, the teachers and
school-related employees of
the year.
Superintendent Harry
Hatcher compared Bradford
County's educational team to
the Ulhiersily of Florida's
championship basketball team.
.He said it was an honor to be a
small part of the system, and
hoped the district-, employees
feel the same way.
"In spite of our differences,-
in spite of our dixersily, we can
pull together and be %%hal all of
us want to be." Halcher said.
The teachers of the year are
Sispn Jackson from Brooker
Efctvientuar, Donna Te\ Ifrom
Bra13ord High School. Linda
Sheftield from Bradlord
Middle School, Sally Scoggins
from Hampton Elementars.
Linda Bennett from Lawley


Community School, Chris
Phillips from the Renaisance
Center, Tonya Nay from
Starke Elementary, -Billy
Stroud from Southside
Elementary and Cindy Zurfluh
from the Vo-Tech.
"In. your endeavor as a
teacher, as a coworker, in this
school district, we can't ever
tell you 'thank you' enough,"
Hatcher said.
The school-related
employees of the year are Sue
Crawford from Brooker
Elementary. Bill Aldridge from
Bradford High School, Judy
Brown from Bradford Middle
School, Zandy' Lewis from
Hampion Elemenlar\. Maria"
Cantu from Lawtcy
Community School, Elbert
Hersev from maintenance,
Leslie Jack-on. from the
Rainbo,. Center, Kay. Ritch'
from the Reraissance Center,
Pal Law.son from Starke'
Elementary. Willie Mitchell
from Southside Elementary.
Charlie Tomlinson from
transportation and Flo O'Brien
from the Vo-Tech.
Assistant Supcrintcndent
Rick Ezzcll said that from
custodians io bus drivers. each
person in the sys\.tem has a role
to play.
"I appreciate each and e\er%


J(L-R) School-Related Employee of the Year Bill
Alridge and Superintendent Harry Hatcher.


one of you for your job :each
and every day so that we can
make it through the 180 school
days as well as we do in
Bradford County," Ezzell said.
Each of the teachers and
employees was presented gifts
from the school board, the
Bradford County-. Education
Foundation, their coworkerss
and others.
The largest gifts were for the
school-related employee and
the teacher judged- by their
peers, administrators, parents
and business partners as being
the best the system has.to'offer.
School-Related Employee of
the Year Bill Aldridge from
BHS received a gift of $500
from school partners Scott
Roberts and Lori Thompson of
Roberts Insurance. Teacher of
the Year Donna Tcw. also from
BHS,. received a grandfather
clock from Roberts Insurance
and summer use of a 2007
Chevy Tahoe from Bill Adams
Chevrolet.
Earnest Williams. -'an
assistantt principal at BHS. said
Aldridge is a doer.
"Bill is a wonderful person.
He gets things done, and we
appreciate him at the high
school." Williams said. -
Now serving as the district's
curriculum director, Becky
Reddish has had firsthand
experience super% ising Tew as
a school administrator. Before
that she %was executive director
of the education foundation.
which has awarded Te\w
numerous grants over the years
lor the implementation of
inno\altie instructional
programs in her classrooms.
"They were always excellent
projects," Reddish said. "I
never %,ill forget my first time
going out and actually seeing
those projects being
implemented in her
classroom."
Watching it all. Reddish said
she. wanted .to go back to
school and be a student all over
again. Tew, who' is also a
reading coach, believes in her
students, and ihey want to do'
:cerithing ihey can to make.
her proud. Reddish said.
Tew said she was just a
representative of all of the


Lila Sellars unwraps a surprise for Teacher of the Year Donna Tew-a grandfather
clock. Presenting a clock could become an tradition for the district. This one was
sponsored by Roberts Insurance.


wonderful teachers in Bradford
Countyv.
There w as plenty of praise to
go around. School Board
Member Bobbs Carter told the
employees Ihat the\ are the
monies w ho make the board look
good. .
"We have wonderful people.
and I've made many, many.
friends over the years." added
School Board Member Vivian
Chappell.:
""You just'don't realize what
an impact'yu y make 'on
children's' lives sometimes,"
School Board Member Randy
Jones said. "Some of you ha\e
impacted children tha, goes
way beyond what you see .in
the classroom."
Thanks also \went to Circuit
Judge Phyllis Ro.ier, who was
recently appointed to her new
position by Ihe governor after
ser ing the school board as'its.
attorney for a number of years.
The luncheon Was sponsored
by First Baptist Church of
Starke.


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Strawberry Festival Car Show brings out buffs


Cars were everywhere at the


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MEETING _
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When: Thursday, May 4
Time: Noon
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When: Tuesday, May 9
Time: 8 a.m.
Where: NFRCC Boardroom
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Tuesday, May 16
5-7 p.m.
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Third-grade students making straight A's during the third nine weeks at (L-R) Joey Murrhee, Wisam Fares, Brittany Toms, Austin Nazworth and
Southside Elementary School were (front, I-r) Taylor Crawford, Delon Harper, Christopher Shannon were the Southside Elementary School fourth-graderswho
Timothy Craig, Bruce Behrens, John Baler, (back) Thomas Hales, Sarah Samons, made straight A's for the third nine weeks. Not pictured: Marrissa Greenwell. -
Madison Welch, Keirstin Woods, Taylor Barnes and Olivia Rosario. -


During the third nine weeks, fifth-grade students (I-r) Shauna Gilson, John
Michael Chappell, Mikaela Herres, Dustin Swain arid Murphy Allen made straight
A's at Southside Elementary School.


,PARKING
Continued from p. 1A
Albert Mize owns the
building next door, which
houses Scarlet's Southern
Accents- and ..Antiques. He
questioned the amount parking
the space behind the buildings
wouldd actually accommodate.
and board Chairman Lee
Hardenbrook agreed that the
parking site plan~did appear
"'ight."
"You can cram them in there,
but if you're going to cram
them in there that lighl, you've
got..to have a long. distance.
behind to back (the vehicles)
out," '.Mize said. He. said he
wanted to see a more detailed
rendering of the parking. plan
and ; less of an artist's
conception.
While parking is available
across Thompson Street in the
city's lot, Mize.said that's not
the parking people want. They
want to park next to the stores.,
Phillip Nichols, who sits..on
the ,(board of adjustment,
labeleCdthat laziness.
"You go out there to Waf-
Mart and see how far you have
to park away." Nichols said.
Mize raised the lack of.
parking enforcement as another
problem. Recently the city has
discussed the need for
consistent signage and a
consistent enforcement
standard, but the standard has
not been set.
The city has also discussed


selling permits for residents to
park downtown and aoid
citation. Codes will have to be
changed if the city chooses to
accommodate another potential
residential use down the street
above Joli Cheaux. The code
requires on-site parking for a
residential use. bui.lhee .is.no
space available on-the property.
Mize said he also worried
that low rent apartments would
attract an unsavory, or even
Criminal_ ..element --10--
dow nlow n, making it less
attractive to and less sale for
families, but Crawford said the
apartments would not be. low,
rent.
"We're putting a lot of
money into this building,.and
it's going to be nice," Crawford


said. "We can afford to hang on
until we find the right people."
A third concern raised by
Mize was fire and the danger a
fire in one building poses to
those around it. particularly.
older buildings like those
downtown. Crawford. a
firefighter and certified fire
inspector for the city of
Gainesville, said all of the
necessary codes, including fire
walls, would he followed.
- -T-hompson-eonfirmred thaf
the county's building official
would see to that as well.
In the end, the hoard decided
the application for residential
use met all of the necessary.
criteria and granted the special
exception.


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Reg ion a

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



Watson Center dedicates $1.2 million addition
... .. .. r . .


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor
In less than a year and a half
since the Santa Fe Community
College Watson Center first
opened its doors to students in
the Lake Region, an. addition,
dubbed Watson II, was
dedicated over the weekend.
With a $1.2 million price
tag, the 7,-146 square-foot
addition increases instructional
space by six classrooms,
including a state-of-the-art
* science laboratory. There are
also faculty offices and a
community conference room.
In a press statement, Watson
Center Director Bob Wolfson
said high enrollment put space
at a premium..
"We ran out of classroom
space at night. We needed this
building to fulfill our
commitment to students,"
Wolfson said.'-
SFCC President Jackson
Sasser explained just how
successful the Watson Center
has been during Saturday's
dedication ceremonN. While


there is usually a dip in
enrollment from the fall to the
spring semester, he said the
Watson Center saw an increase
in. enrollment,, from 367 to
407 students in 2005-2066,
and fall 2005 enrollment was
already up 34 percent from the
prior .spring .
. The college not only serves-
local community college
students, but high school dual
enrollment students getting a
head start on their college
careers as well.
"Pretty soon, .with the
offerings that we have here,. a
student, like in Starke, with all
of the offerings'they have there
(at the Andre" s Center), "ill
be able to complete an A.A.
degree and ne' er spend the cost
of fuel to ha\e to go to the
other campus," Sasser said
The most exciting advantage
Watson II pro% ides is the
science lab, he said, which % ill
allo" students to begin work
tionard science or health
degrees without traveling to
Gainesville-
Wolfson said the Watson


Center has been embraced by
the community. .
"They've really embraced
what we're trying to do. We're
pro hiding an access point to
SFCC for this area." he said.
All told, the Watson familN
has contributed $3.4 million to


establish a community college.
and scholarship program in the
Lake Region. Dexter O'Steen,


SFCC Endowment
Corporation president, said it
was the largest contribution


ever made to Santa'Fe..
See WATSON, p. 5B


Jackson Sasser


Al Watson


Local student


chosen as SFCC


ambassador


BY MARCIA MILLER
Teliieg'aph/ Siat1 t writer
Amanda Brov.der of Starke.
alih,'ugh ronl\ IS. has been
ri'n ,i, \ ed in conilmlunit1
impio ement for several Nears.
She ha-, s'. lng hammers and
carried lumber o:n Habitat for
Hunmaniit\ h.ork slies. She ha;
electedted -ignatiuires and
d,.nations for the local YMNICA.
She is '.er\ active in the First
Presbh', erian Church :f Starke
Nov.. Bron. der '.. ill be
channellinrig some of that
cOrnmminit, er% ice 'ppirl into
Santa Fe C'nmmnit,n College
as a ne,. member of the
Student Arnbassad'--,r Program
Br.,....-.ier is onl\ the second
Bradtord Count', qsident to be
.elected for the pretigio'us
programji
Bro''.der i' the daughter of
BuiJ, and \ria Broi. der of
Sa.rkce- She v. a' IIonme
,.:l,....led arid tested high
ern tgh i'.. i.ip her .eni ar \ear
in high school, so she is now a
freshman at SFCC.
As a new student with a
good grade point average after
one semester at SFCC, she
received a letter saying she
was eligible to apply to the
Student Ambassador Program.
"I thought it would be a
really good leadership
experience for me," said
Browder.
Browder applied, but so did
104 other students. Browder
was one of 12 who were
eventually chosen.
"The interview process was
long," said Browder. "I had to
do three interviews and get
recommendation letters."
As an ambassador, Browder
will be expected to visit high
schools to provide students


v.nih information about SFCC.
She %ill also be asked to
conduct guided tours of the
Gamneslle and Bradford
camrnpuses for ne,% students, or
the families of students v.ho
are interested in attending

Broader n ill be expected to
attend events held on campus
and perform duties related to
those events. She also has to
keep office hours each %week so
students with questions can get
in touch with her
Ambassadors assist with
registration. student
orientation, phone-a-thons.
community, service projects
and -,ther events.
"I just thou."ht this v.ould be
really\ good for me and I like tc.
be in\ol'ed." she said.
"'-\mbasadors are the voice
and image of Santa Fe "
Broa.cder is now in the
training phase of the program
She nill "-shade'-." a student
ambassador who has already
been serving and learn from
that student. She has already
learned about conducting
campus tours and has assisted
the other ambassadors at a
community service event that
benefited Hospice.
Cheryl Canova, director of
the SFCC Andrews Center in
Starke, wrote one of the
recommendation letters
Browder needed. Canova said
she has known Browder for
several years.
"She'll do an excellent job,"
said Canova. "When I first met
her years ago, she was shy and
quiet, but she has matured into
someone who is very active in
community service and events.
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OBITUARIES
r waI


Donald Driggers


Donald Driggers
SLAKE BUTLER George
Donald Driggers,. 74, of Lake
Butler died Wednesday, April 26,
2006, at Shands Hospital UF in
Gainesville following a brief
illness.
Born in Lake Butler, Mr.
Driggers was a lifelong resident.
S-He was a mail carrier with the,
U.S. Postal Service in Lake
Butler for 30 years before his
retirement in 1993. He also
moved and set up mobile homes.
He oWned and operated Driggers
TV Repair-many years ago. He
was a U.S. Army veteran of the
Korean War. He was a member of
the First United Methodist
Church of Lake Butler.
Mr. Driggers is survived by,
his, wife, Lois Irene Smith


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grandchildren, Ashley Smitn,
Andrew Smith, David J.
Middlekauff, Courtney
Middlekauff, all of Starke, and
Little Darrell M. Bangle and
Katie Bangle, both of Lawtey.
Funeral services for Mr. Clark
were May 3, 2006, in the DeWitt
C. Jones Chapel in Starke with


BrooKer. He was a retired cattle
rancher. He was a member of
Brooker Baptist. Church, where
he was a former deacon.
Mr. Hagar is survived by: two
daughters, Jackie Moore of Los
Angeles, Calif., and Linda
Harrell of Brooker; a son,
Kenneth E. Hagar Jr. of Grandin;


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 Archer Funeral
:Home of Lake Butler.


Driggers of Lake Butler; a
daughter, Donita Driggers
Fulghum of Tampa; two sons,
Donald Everett Driggers of Lake
Butler and John Eric.Driggers of
Lake Butler; a sister., Rose
Wildes of Baldwin; three
grandchildren, Hilah Driggers,
Eric Driggers and Joe Shirley.
Memorial services for Mr.
Driggers will be held Thursday,
May 4, 2006, at 7 p.m. at the
First United Methodist Church of
Lake Butler with the Rev. Donald
Kerce officiating. Cremation will
follow under the care of Archer
Funeral Home of Lake Butler.

Annie Byrd
STARKE Annie Fay Byrd, 58,
of Starke died Saturday, April 29,
2006, at Shands at the
University of Florida.
Born in Alabama, Mrs. Byrd
moved to Starke 55 years ago.
She retired after 21 years from
Lawtey Correctional Institution
and was a member of First
Baptist Church of Starke.
Mrs. Byrd is survived by: her
husband, Jasper Byrd of Starke; a
daughter, Melissa _Lariscey -of
Hampton; a broiher.'Carol Burns
of Starke; and one grandchild.
Memorial services for Mrs.
Byrd were May 3, 2006, in the
Chapel of Archie Tanner Funeral
Home of Starke with the Rev.
Terry Blakeslee officiating.

Susan Bublitz
LAKE BUTLER Susan Carol
Sams Bublitz, 42, of Lake Butler
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her residence following an
extended illness.
Born in Covington, Ky., Mrs.
Bublitz lived in Lake Butler most
of her life. She was a correctional
officer with the Florida State
Prison until ill health forced her
retirement. She was of the
Baptist faith.
Mrs. Bublitz is survived by:
her husband, Leslie, Laverne
Bublitz of Lake Butler; four
daughters, Stacy Godwin of
Lawtey, Tracy Smith, Virginia
Bublltz and Krystal Tucker, all of
Lake Butler; a son, Joseph
Bublitz of Lake Butler; her
parents, Don and Ann Sams of
Lake Butler; three sisters, Robin
Johnson, Lisa Sams and Sheila
Sams, all of Lake Butler; two
brothers, Barry Sams and Greg
Sams, both of Lake Butler;
maternal grandmother, Dema
Barker of Lake Butler; three
grandchildren, Madison Sams,
Jordan Tucker and Hailey Tucker,
Funeral services for Mrs.
Bublitz were Tuesday, Ma) 2,
2006, at II a.m. in the Chapel of
Archer Funeral Home of Lake
Butler % ith Pastor Roger Worten
-- olliciating Burial followed at
Sapp Cemetery.

Darrell Clark
STARKE Darrell Deanf Clark.
58, of Starke died Sunday, Aprif'
30, 2006, at his .residence
following an extended illness'.
Born in.Kearney, Neb, on
July 4. 1947, Mr. Clark moved'
to Starke in 1980 -rom
Jacksonville. He was a. retired
electrical a technician' from
NADEP. He was a member of the
Lake Butler Masonic Lodge and
the Starke Shrine Club. .1 "
Mr. Clark is survived by:' his
wife,, Helen Marie Clark of
Starke; two daughters. Stephanie
Smith of Starke and Christie Card
of La%,teN. his father. James L
Clark Sr. of Starke. a brother.
Loren Smith of Augusta. Ga :'and '


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the Rev. Paul Steinbach a brother, KRooert Hagar or
conducting the services. Arizona; seven grandchildren and a
Interment followed in Crosby two great-grandchildren. He was Madeline McDanIel
Lake Cemetery. preceded in death by his wife, LAWTEY Madeline Powers
Phyllis Chace Hagar, and a son, McDaniel, 58, of Lawtey, died
James H. Hagar. Saturday, April 29, 2006, at
W illie Clark Funeral services for Mr. Hagar Shands at Alachua General
will be held on Friday, April 28, Hospital following an extended
WALDO Willie Clark, 67, of 2006, at 2 p.m., at the Brooker illness.
Waldo, died Sunday, April 23, Baptist Church with the Rev. Al Born in' Starke, on Sept. 3,
2006, at Palm Garden of Paulson officiating.Burial will 1947, -Mrs.--McDaniel was a
Gainesville. follow in New Hope Cemetery lifelong resident of Bradford
Born in Hampton, Mr. Clark near LaCrosse under the care of. County. She was a homemaker
lived in Waldo most of his life. Archer Funeral Home of Lake and farmer.
He was a retired sanitation .Butler. Mrs. McDaniel is survived by:
technician. The family hill receive friends -a daughter, Cindy McDaniel of
Mr. Clark is survived by: his at the funeral home on Thursday. Lawtev; tIwo sons' Joseph Dwanie
fiance, Grace Williams, of April 27, 2006, from .6-8 p.m. McDan'iel and James David
Waldo; four sister;. Pastor McDaniel. both of Laie-: two
Pauline Hill and Christine Hill, sisters. Agnes Powers of
both of. Waldo, Travis Clark of harles L nn Chiefland and Retha Ann
Hampton and Mary Coiman of e Lyn l Dickson of Lake Butler; and four
Archer; fie brothers, Paul Clark grandchildren. She was preceded
of Gainesville, Dan Clark of RAIFORD Charles Flem an da re husband James L.
Tampa, and James' Clark, Silas "Judge" Lynn. 66. of Raiford died death by hMcDaniel
Clark and Charlie-Clai-k, all of suddenly riday. April 21. 2006 Graveside seices for Mrs
Hampton I near his residence.eld a 2 .m
Funeral services for Mr. Clark ...Born in Bristol, Ga., Mr. Lynn McDaon iel wiurs ll be held a t 2006 in
"were April 29, 2006 at ed to UnionCount in 1979 DvalCemeter. Burial will
Macedonia Baptist Church in. from Jessup, Ga He was.a. folow under the care of Jones
Hampton with the Revy.. J.B. carpenter. -. fol un r th aref
Richardson and Brother Bernard Mr. Lynn is survived by: his Funeral Home of Starke.
Carter conducting the services, wife, Irene Wilson Lynn of
Burial followed in Hampton Raiford; t'.o daughters, KathN
Community Cemetery under the Blocker and Sherr, Simmons,
care of Smith's Funeral Home in both of Jessup: three step- ...
Hawthorne. daughters. Brinda Gibson. Linda
SJenkins and Cheryl Jeell. all of ThefamilvofihelateLeon Thomas,
Kenneth Hagar Lynn Jr. of Jessup. Cio step-' hpassedaanApril32006
BROOKER-Kenneth Hagr sons. Johnny Moore of Glen St. in Storm Lake. loua, wishes to
SrR 91, of Brookerdied Tuesda. Mary and David Raulerson of etpressoursincereappreciation
April 25, 2006. at Bradford Lacrosse; two brothers. Harry E. .for kindness and love shown
Terrace in Starke following an Lynn of Jessup and Carlton S. through the loss four lovedone.
extended illness. Lynn of Raiford: three sisters, 'e love you and appreciate your
Born Be erl Mass., Mr. Geneva Clements of evervact of.kindness shown.
Hagar lied most of his life in \Wanesboro, Miss., Bertha ThanksitoFra-ke-Jensen Funeral
Aldredge of Jessup and Jennie Home in Iowa andHaile Funeral
ILane of Lake Butler: 18 Home. the Class ol 967and the
Sgrandchidrn and oe grandchildren and one great- Ho.hethe
|,1 grandchild. He %kas preceded in GreaterAllen Chapel Church
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OBITUARIES b


Daniel Parrish
LAKE BUTLER Daniel Er in
' Dan' Parrish. 69, of Lake Butler
died Sunday. April 30, 2006. at
his residence following an


Ernest Patz
ORANGE PARK Ernest
Gustev Patz, 79, died Wednesday,
April 26, 2006.
Born July 19, 1926, in
Irvington, N.Y., to Annie and
Gustav Patz. Mr. Patz served in
the U.S. Army during World War
II: He lived in Metuchen, N.J.,
and Dryden, N.Y. before moving
to Starke in 1963 and to Orange
Park in 1970. He worked for
Southern Bell as an engineer
until his retirement.
Mr. Gustav is survived by: his
wife, Frances; four children,
Karen, Alan, Virginia and
Lawrence; a sister, Margaret
Kamakaris; a brother, Lawrence;
and eight grandchildren.
Memorial services for Mr.
Patz will be held at the Garden
City United Methodist Church in
Jacksonville on Sunday, May 7,
2006, at 4 p.m.
Memorial contributions may
be made to Hospice of the
Comforter, 480 W. Central
parkway, Altamonte Springs, FL
32714.

George Loznicka
LAWTEY George F. Loznicka
Jr., 68. of Lawtey died Thursday
April 13. 2006. at the Haven
Hospice Center in Gainescille
follow ing arf' e ended illness.
Born on March 24, 1938. in
Jacksontille. Mr. Loznicka had
resided in La\itey for 34 \ears.
He served in the ArmN National
Guard. the Li S Army and retired
following 24 .ears of service as
a machinist at NARF at NAS
Jackson' ille
Mr Loznicka is survived by:
his % ife of 48 ears. Lillian
Loznicka of Larte\. three sons.
Stephen A Loznicka, George
Loznicka III and Robert
Loznicka. a brother, Herbert
Loznicka: t\\o sisters, Janet
McCum-r and Terry Anderson: six
grandchildren and one great-
grandchild
Graveside services for Mr.
Loznicka wkere April 17, 2006, in
the Garden of Eterlasting Life at
Jackson ille Memory Gardens in
Orange Park %ith the Rev. Gary
Hardest officiating.


extended illness.
Born in Union County. Mr. Jimmy Thornton
Parrish moved to Largo in 1952 Jimmy Thornton
before moving back to Union STARKE Jimmy Uvon
Courun-in 1970. He %a%, ired,,-, T4orfEon. 68. -of Starke died


carpenter and cabinet maker. He
was of the Baptist faith.
Mr. Parrish is survived by: his
wife, Minnie Alice McLeod
Parrish of Lake Butler? two
daughters, Elaine Redding of
Lake Butler and Kathy Hughes of
Jacksonville; four sons, Gary
Daniel Parrish of Crystal River,
Charles Haywood "Chuck"
Parrish of Lake Butler, Keith.
Benjamin Parrish and Kevin
Lloyd Parrish, both of:Raiford;-
three sisters, Evelyn Crawford of.
Lake Butler, Jeanette Phillips of
Dunnellon,.Sally Ann Bennett of
Blackshear, Ga., 16
grandchildren and 13 great-
grandchildren. He was preceded
in death by a son, Robert Ernest
"Robbie" Parrish.
Graveside'services for Mr.
Parrish were May 2, 2006, in:
Elzey Chapel Gemetery near
Worthington Springs with the
Rev. Terry Elixson officiating.
Burial followed under the care of
Archer Funeral Home of Lake
Butler.

Pamela Thomas
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS -
Pamela "Pam" Mizell Poppell
Thomas, 47, of Keystone
Heights died Sunday. April 30.
2006. at her residence following
an extended illness.
Born on Dec. 27. 1957. Mrs.
Thomas was a lifelong resident
of the Keystone Heights area. He
was a member of Keystone
Presbyterian Church and was
head zoo keeper at Lubee
Conservatory.
Mrs. Thomas is survived by:
her husband, Donald Thomas of
Keystone Heights: three sons,
Christopher Allen Poppell of
Gainesville. Kyle Aaron Poppell
and Taylor Alexander Poppell,
both of Keystone Heights; her,
parents, Ben and Martha Nizell
of Melrose: two sisters. Patti
Hulon of Melrose and Martha
Mizell of Keystone Heights:
three step-children, Kevin and
Christy Thomas, both of
Gainesville and Kelly Thomas of
Brooker.
Funeral services for Mrs.
Thomas were May 3, 2006, in
Keyston, PresbNterian Church
with Pastor Ed Teague and Pastor
Christian Weiss conducting the
ser ices. Interment followed in
Keystone Heights Cemetery
under the care of Jones Funeral
Home of Keystone Heights.


Friday, April 28, 2006.
A lifelong resident of Bradford
County, Mr. Thornton retired
from E.I. DuPont where he was a
mechanic for 33 years. He was a
lifelong member of Pine Level
Baptist Church and served for 15
years in the Florida National
Guard.
Mr. Thornton is survived by:
his wife, Marie Thornton -of
Starke; two daughters, Cynthia
Dowdy of .Virginia, and Donna
Milner of Starke; a son, Shane
Thornton of Brooker; two
brothers, Vernie Thornton of
Starke, and Joe Thornton of Lake
Butler;, two sisters, Faye
Albritton and Connie Davis,
.both of Lake Butler; nine
grandchildren and one great-
grandchild. He was preceded in
death by a son, Marion
Thornton.
Funeral services for Mr..
Thornton 'were May 2, 2006, in
Pine Level Baptist 'Church with
the Rev:. Roman Alvarez and the
* Rev. Terry Williamson
officiating. Burial followed in
Longbranch Cemetery under the
care of Archie Tanner Funeral
Home of Starke.

Alberta Washington
STARKE Alberta Dean
Washington. 62. of Starke died
Friday. April 28. 2006, at
Shands Starke following an
extended illness.
Born in TyTy. Ga., on March.
4, 1944, Mrs. Washington was a
lifelong resident of Starke. She
retired from Northeast Florida
State Hospital. She was a
member of Free Cannon Church
of God's Praise in Starke %where
she -served on the Mother's
Board, taught Sunday School,
sang in the adult choir and was
the youth choir director.
Mrs. Washington is survived
by: a son, Eddie Dean Sr. of
Starke: her mother, Elder
Elizabeth Dean of Starke; five
sisters. Mae Hattie Isler of
Patterson, N.J., Erma Tisdale,
Mary Hankerson. Pearlean Dean,
Clara Dean, all of Starke; to
grandchildren and two great-
grandchildren; to foster
daughters, Janice Dean of
Philadelphia. Shares Isler of
Atlanta. She was preceded in
death by a daughter. Harriet
Dean; her father. Deacon Horace
Dean Jr and a brother. Jesse
Dean
Funeral services for Mrs.
Washington will be held at II
a.m. on Saturday, May 6. 2006.
in True Vine Outreach Ministries
Church in Starke with Elder


CORRECTION
An obituary for Greg Slade in
the Bradford County Telegraph
April 27, 2006, edition incorrectly
identified his paternal grandfather.
His paternal grandfather is the late
Donald F. Slade Sr. of Hampton.
We regret the error.


Levern Donaldson, eulogist, and
Elder Ross Chandler conducting
the services. Interment will
follow in Peetsville Cemetery in
Lawtey under the care of Haile
Funeral Home of Starke.
Visitation at Haile Memorial
Chapel is on Friday, May 5,
2006, with family hour from 4-5
p.m. Friends will meet at Free
Dannon Church of God Praise
from 5-8 p.m. The family will
meet., at the home of Mrs.
Washington's mother, Elder;
Elizabeth Dean at 10:30 a.m. to
form the cortege.

Arthur Wheeler
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Arthur
"Art" Robert Wheeler, 90, of
Keystone Heights 'died Thursday,
April 27, 2006, at the VA
Medical Center in Gainesville
following a sudden illness.
Born in Shellsburg, Iowa, on-
May 18, 1915, Mr. Wheeler
moved to the Keystone area in
1960 from Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
He was of the Methodist faith. He
was owner/operator of Wheeler's
Appliances and Wheeler's Trailer
'Park in Melrose served in the
U.S. Navy during World War II.
He volunteered at the. VA
Hospital for the American
Legion for 24 years. He was a
charter member and Commander
of American Legion Post 202 in
Keystone Heights.
Mr. Wheeler is survived b\:
his wife of 58 years, George E.
Wheeler of Keystone Heights:
two daughters. Judith Vaupel of
Cedar Rapids, Iowa, and
Chisteena Wilson of
Jacksonville; a son. Fredrick
Wheeler of Kansas CitN. Mo.;
five grandchildren, seven great-
grandchildren and one great-
great-grandchild.
Funeral services for Mr.
Wheeler were April 30, 2006. in
the DeWitt C. Jones Chapel in
Keystone Heights with the Re%.
Frank Johnson conducting the
services. Interment followed in
Eliam Cemetery in Melrose.


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Sardis Baptist a monument to conservative Christian belief


Sardis Baptist Church in ,Worthington
Springs has been faithful to Southern.
Baptist tenets for more than 127 years.
Southern Baptists believe in baptism by
immersion, closed communion and "once
saved, always saved," and stand ready to
defend their basic Christian beliefs against
all who believe otherwise. The membership
of Sardis is to be commended for holding
high the' Christian way ,of life for
generations past and looking to the future
S\ ith confidence and faith.
Looking forward, it is planning building
program usually found in much larger
communities. The program will require
additional land, which has been purchased
already, and will-test the membership as it
-ndewies-buitdingcosts~in excess of $1
million. The undertaking will move forw ard
under the leadership of the Rev. Paul
O'Steen, its young and active minister.
li 01877, a group of people of like-mind
I1 ing in the Worthington area realized the
need for a Baptist church. The nearest
church of their faith (as far as I can
determine) was Old Providence Baptist
Church on the banks of Olustee Creek. At
least that's where my forebears attended
church while living in the Fort Call area.
They (Dossy DuBose, his wife and
children) moed from South Carolina'
before the Civil War to homestead free land.
in North Florida.
The church began June 1, 1877, with
eight charter members meeting in the
Grange house near Dukes, about 3 miles
'from its present location. The members
were: J.J.Clark, M.M. Clark, Jane Clark, J.
Burton, E. Burton, James Isaiah DuBbse,
Mahala Frances DuBose and A.A. Frier.
Those.family names have disappeared from
the area in the intervening years. Isaiah
DuBose was my great-uncle.
The founding members named the new
church "Sardis," for one of the seven
Asiatic Churches mentioned in Reelation,,
(Rev. 3:6), meaning "Things that remain."
The name was well chosen. because Sardis
has remained and has become a powerful
voice ini south Union County.
Three years later, in 1881. a log church
was built near Dukes, but the "big storm" of
Sept. 29, 1896, destroyed the building.
About two years after the storm. members
built a new frame building near Little
Springs, a small spring that bubbled up in a
basin nearby. The spring provided drinking
water.for Sardis members and u sitors. the
Little Springs Primitive Baptist Church and
the Little Springs Elementary School.
The latter two entities were built after
Sardis, located there. Later on, S.wV.
DuBose, who owned the adjoining farm,
cleared out the spring, built a small
swimming pool with a roof. and allowed the
public to continue getting drinking water.
The spring was also used for baptisms,
according to Ted Barber. In later years,
,Sardis joined the Methodist church in
utilizing the Santa Fe River for baptisms.
While the river is the color of tea because of
-_ annimcacid.-it-is-e-lear-watera-hff rem arkably
free'of contaminants.
Little Springs School "as first mentioned
in Bradford County records in January 1883
(Worthington was in Bradford County until
1921 when the county was split, creating
Linion County west of New River). when a
group petitioned the school board to build a
school in the Worthington area. The first
classes were held in September 1884. In
1928. the Little Springs School burned. The
replacement school building was built on
S.R. 121 near the J.S. Howatd overpass.
In the early 1930s, the dominant family in
Worthington Springs and Sardis Church
was, the R.B. (Doc) Roberts family,


including their eldest son, Dennis E.,
Roberts, a local merchant and entrepreneur.
The Roberts and others proposed that the
'Sardis church building be relocated into
Worthingion proper, a distance, of little
more than a mile, but a'huge undertaking
with the equipment available in a farming-
community;
The route consi ted of a one-mile unpave
.road, a bus- railroad crossing, and a 'half
mile of paved highway. The building, with
high ceilings, was 40-by-60 feet (I'm.
guessing). Manually powered 'by stump
pullers, the building was slowly rolled on
logs and took three weeks to cover the one
and a half mile trip. The logs, cut locally,
were tall, straight pines, 30 feet at:-the"
butt-worth a fortune on today's market,
bui pro% ided graiis by friends and members.'(
Crossing the railroad was a challenge,
since train schedules could not be altered.'
Either t\o or
f ui r
passenger i ,.
trains ran ,-
daily, train .
numbers 3'.
40, 41 and ..
42. and
s e'v e r.a I
freight trains
Trains 41 and I
42, running :
south ard ..
no r t, h .' .. .
respectively '" -
w e r e
discontinued .:
during the
era, so there
may hae
been. only I.
t w o -
passenger P
,trains m ito
conte.n d
w i't h -
southbound 39 and northbound 40.
The workers pulled the church building
up to the rail crossing, waited for the train
to pass, and hurriedly. mo\d, lbe, building
a c ro ss ., ..... ,. +
In those daN s. both -- Sardis and
Worthington Methodist Church held
services once a month, the Nlethodists
holding forth on the first Sunday in the
month and Sardis meeting on the third
weekend. Their minister, the Rev. John
Dicks, who lived in Columbia County,
preached on Saturday morning as well as on
Sunday morning and night. For their
Saturday morning service, the .Methodists,
made their church available for Sardis
members. But the Sunday service was held..
in the church building high above the
ground on rollers. I was there.
Prior to moving, the church had,
appointed, a committee to find a new
location in town. The committee was
delighted to find that the Baptist
Conference already owned four lots where
the church is now located and was w killing
to give the lots to Sardis. The offer was-
accepted and the land transferred to Sardis.
In 1894 or 1895, my grandparents Jim
and Luvenia. DuBose Thompson moved
from a Columbia Count, farm, about a mile
east of Old Providence Church and
cemetery to a farm owned by Tom Rimes
between the Miller community and Dukes
Station. Their membership had been in Old
Providence Church, then called Olustee
Baptist Church. I am related to, or a
descendent, of a hundred people buried in
that cemetery.
The Thompsons share cropped with
Rimes for four or five years before buying


160 acres of cut-over timberland from a Mr.
Pmnkston for $5 per acre. The land is located
between the power plant road and C.R. 18.
In 1926, my grandparents gave the right"
of Way-for S.R. 121 between the two roads,
at the request of J.S. Howard. The road was
-originally planned to continue straight and
run parallel to the railroad, crossing the
river upstream from the railroad trestle,
bypassing Worthington Springs. It was
through the efforts of J.S. Howard that S.R.
121 Awas routed through the small town.
The Thompsons began attending Sardis
when they moved to Bradford County, but
later (date unknown) my grandfather. Jim
Thompson, transferred to Little Springs
Primitive Baptist Church. After moving his
membership, he would bring my
grandmother to Sardis in their buggy, and
go a quarter mile farther to his own church..
They never reconciled their differences.
The Rev.
hG W S.
th R (General
W i n field I d
Scott) Ware
was born in
the Civil War
PT b era and
became a
boyhood and
.o hlifetim e
friend of

DuBose. He
was the
minister at
W hg ut SSardis for a
.. couple of.

l foilod ing
',rf o I I ot w ,n g a
World War 1,
but he
preached
there at least
once during
the war. I
remember my grandmother telling about
the Rev. Ware wearing overalls in the pulpit
to emphasize cooperating with the war'
cffo.r ,He was a grand,.ia c who lived to
dgerf and w'as buff tid the Olustee-
Jimmy Cason, former superintendent of
schools in Union County. was born in 1932,.
and %%hen he began to exalk. ran up and
down the aisles, oftimes during service.
'pr6oiding a little humor to the services. He
was anactie .child, keeping his parents on
their toes during church services.
After moving the church building to
Worthington, Sardis members obtained a
former Methodist church btiilding from
Fort Call,- and moved it into town for a
,pastor's residence. It was later sold to a
local person, moved to a farm site on the
power plant road and a new residence built
for the pastor's family. After relocating, a
new odd-looking front was added to the
church that included Sunday school room' s.'
Heretofore, Sardis church had been a one-
room edifice with- curtains on wires to
separate-classes.
As the membership expanded, it became
obvious the old sanctuary could no longer
effectively serve its purpose, nor could the
floor space be increased to meet the needs
of the congregation unless' the old building'
was razed and replaced by a modern
facility. The front of the building, added
after moving the church into town, was
scrapped and the sanctuary moved to a
location on the former Thompson property
on C.R. 18.
A new simple design church was built
with Sunday school rooms, office space,
kitchen, dining room and rest rooms added.


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man dies
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County man died Friday
evening after.- his --vehicle
crashed on C.R. 229, north of
Starke.
Jimmy Uvon Thornton,
driving a 1994 Ford' pickup
truck, was northbound on C.R.
0229 when he apparently
sustained a medical-related
attack, according to Florida
Highway Patrol Cpl. J.A.
Starling.
The truck veered to the right
entering the northbound grass
shoulder and continued into a
large tree, Cpl. Starling said.
The crash occurred-.at 6:40
p.m. on April 28.

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No0w, "about 50 years later, Sardis
membership and attendance has outgrown
its facilities, and the church is entering into,,
a new building campaign.
The first phase includes planning and
fund-raising, both under way. Additional
land (I1.25 acres) has been purchased for the
first building, a 9,900 square-foot family
life facility containing Sunday school
rodms; a, basketball court, a kitchen and
dining room, and other facilities. It will be
built behind the present church building on
the newly acquired property, with the
remaining area retained for a .parking lot.
Necessary fill dirt for the low-lying land
will be provided gratis by a church member
who owns both fill dirt and trucks;.- ,.
Sardis has 364 members, with an average
of 276 parishioners attending service each
week, a ,ery high percentage by any
standard. Its operating budget thisiagpqr is
$261,000, not necessarily a high i~tint,
but a sizable percentage of its membership
are young people living at home, not.:yet
contributing heavily to the financial work
of the church. Attendance is drawn from an
area far beyond the confines of the
community.
Elzey.Chapel Cemetery, some 2.5 miles
from Sardis, is the home burial ground for
the community, irregardless of religious
affiliation. It was once the site of a rural
Methodist church during the Civil War era.
In recent years, the Methodist Conference,
owner of the property, gave the, real estate
to a local cemetery commission that
oversees and maintains the
nondenominational community burial
ground. *The Olen Hale family gave the
original site and has sold morejand to the
cemetery as needed.
Burial plots in Elzey Chapel were free
until a few years ago, but local rural
cepieteries had to protect themselves from
people from larger conimunities taking
advantage of the free sites and provide
funds for cemetery maintenance. In other
times local people would turn out for
annual cemetery workings to clean up and
spruce up the common burial ground, but
participation in the us ..deireae, oer ,
tifhe,-andlne,_W means m wo be%- .cif "
grass and'pick up delt:s'Faffili~il.p!ay^-4
$25 per year for maintenance of burial
plots.
Sardis Baptist Church at Worthington'
Springs has served the community with
Christian services for more than 125 years,
in good times and bad. Men and women,
young and old, have committed themselves
to Christ as a result of the church outreach.
They have been married there, and buried
from its sanctuary.
It has been a church home for hundreds,
with an unknown number now departed
from this life, but with hundreds more
holding high the banner of Baptist tenets
and beliefs, the future is bright for the small
church in a small community.
The church has been led for the past
seven years by a young minister, Paul
O'Steen, who calls Suwannee County .his
home. He is a graduate of Suwannee
County High School and the Florida Baptist
College in Graceville. He is married to
Tammy, and they have two daughters,
Jessica, 13, and Ashley, 9.
The Rev. O'Steen says. "Good things
have been happening at Sardis," and from
listening to members, it seems to be an
understatement. The large contingent of
young, people in the church promises an
active membership aih'd an influential
church for years to come.
By Busier Rahn,
Telegraph Editorialist









M 4,2000 TELEG APH, TIMEt;& MONITOR-T-SECTION Pioe SB '


........


Dr. Al Watson Jr. holds up a seed from his mother's
pantry to illustrate how the seed for the Watson
Center was planted in his father's mind.


WATSON
Continued from p. 1B

'The Watson Centerwill be
the second largest campus.
located outside of the
Gainesville area, based on
.32,000 people living within
10 miles of the campus,"
O'Steen said.
The Watson family consists
of Al and the recently departed
Agnes Watson. who. was
remembered during a moment
of silence, as well as their
children Dr. Al Watson Jr.'and
Agnes Green.
Al Watson kept his remarks
short in favor of letting his
children take the podium.
Using a seed from his mother's
.opantry. Al Watson Jr.
illustrated ho"\ a seed was
planted in the mind of his
father several years; ago by
endowment board ; member
John Miller and nurtured by
others, including Eel.n
Womack, HarvcN Sharron and


Sasser.
'The har est ill be educated
young people, middle-age
people and older people like
me for the future," Watson
said. "'The harvest will be
developing our future leaders of
the community, of the
counties, of the state and of the
nation."
Watson's daughter, Agnes
:Green, prayed with the crowd,
'thanking God and those he
used to make Watson Center a
realitN and asking him to bless
all vho benefit from it..
O'Steen introduced special
guests, including local
government and school
-officials and members of, the
endowment corporation's board


of directors. Special guests.
included Bradford County
commissioners, % ho supported
placement of a courthouse
satellite office in the.Watson
Center to serve residents in the
southernmost portion of the
county.
Rep. Joe Pickens was
recognized for his past and
present support of the
community college system and
for getting state money for the
center's scholarship fund.
Others who have contributed
to the project include:
* Bradford County, which
helped clear. the property in
preparation for construction
and provided fill and lime rock
for the buildings and parking


areas.
* Keystone Heights, which
paid for fencing and electrical
hookups.
* Realtor Gloria Redfeam,
" ho waived her fees on the
property's sale
* Philip and Laura Dean, who
donated $10,000 to the Watson
Center.
* Retired Lt. Col. Eugene
Reese for contributing
$10,000.
* Edward and Jane Nelson,
who donated $25,000.
* Architects Frank M. Walrath
and R. Michael White and
contractor Painter Masonry
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STUDENT
Continued from p. 1B

She has really" come into' her'
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University of Florida and of
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haven't really decided yet,"
.she said.
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Bradford Democratic
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CRIME


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Man caught
skinning
gator
Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission
Officer Harold Barry responded
to a complaint of an alligator
being taken in western Union
County on April 23.- .
A man and wife were fishing
in Olustee Creek when the man
caught a 3- to 4-foot alligator.
The fisherman reeled the
alligator in and cut the line to
release it back to the water.
Another male subject.
recaptured the alligator and
quickly left the area..
The fisherman noted the tag
number of the vehicle and
relayed it to FWC dispatch.
Barry, with the assistance of
Investigator Mike Pridgen,
responded to the driver's
residence and found him
skinning the alligator.
Barry cited the Lake City
man with the illegal
possession of an alligator.

Recent
arrests
in Bradford,
Clay or Union
The following individuals
were arrested recently by local
law enforcement officers in
Bradford, Clay (Keystone
Heights area)' or Union
County:
Ernest M. Dell, 57, of Starke
was arrested April 28 by
Bradford Deputy Drew Moore
for child abuse. Dell is charged
with 'grabbing the victim
.around the throat and
threatening her if she did not
have sex with him, Deputy
Moore said. Bond on the charge
was set at $25,000.
Wilma Lee Leverette, 47, of
Hampton was arrested April 30
by Bradford Deputy R. Watkins'
for aggravated assault' with a .
deadly weapon. Leverette is
charged with threatening to
.stab the victim with a kitchen.
knife and a box cutter, Deputy
Watkins said. A $5,000 surety
bond was posted for her release
from custody.
Ernest Eugene Lamar Jr., 45,
of St. Petersburg was arrested
April 30 by Bradford
Investigator M.L. McKenzie-
for- sexual battery domestic
violence. Lamar is charged.
with forcing the victim to have'
sex with him. Bond was set at


$25,000.
John N. Goodman Jr., 45, of
Starke was arrested April 26 by
Starke Patrolman Shawn. B.
Brown for aggravated. batteryy
domestic. Goodman is charged
with throwing the victim
through a window. She was
transported to Shands Starke
emergency room for treatment
of her injuries, Patrolman
Brown said. Bond was set at
$10.000.
David Bass, 23, of Lawtey
was arrested April 25 by Starke
Patrolman Mark Lowery for
felony battery. Bass is charged.
with confronting the victim
during a dispute. He allegedly
bit the victim numerous times;
Patrolman Lowery said. A
$5,000 surety bond was posted
for his release from custody.
Michael' Alan Norris,.48, of
Lawtey was arrested April 30
by'Bradford Sgt. Ron Davis for,
domestic violence. battery.
Norris is charged with striking
the victim in the head and face
and throwing her onto the bed,
Sgt. Davis said. Bond was set
at $1,000 on the charge.
RRyann Alan Howard, 24, of
Starke was arrested April 30 by
Patrolman. Lowery for assault
and possession of cannabis.
Howard is charged with raising
a bottle and drawing back to
throw it at the patrol vehicle.
Marijuana was found during a
search at the time of arrest.
Patrolman Lowery said.
Michael Gilliam, 22, 'of,
Hampton was arrested April 25'
by Patrolman Lowery for
battery. A $1,000 surety bond
was. posted for his release from
custody. Gilliam was charged'
April 28 by probation officers
with violation of probation.
child abuse with no bond:
James William Barnes, 34, of
Brooker and Tina Loy Long,
28, of Lake Butler were arrested
April 30 by Sgt. Davis -for
domestic violence battery.
Barnes is charged with striking
the victim and pushing her
during an argument. Long is
charged with kicking the
victim. Barnes was additionally
charged on a capias for failure
to appear driving while license
suspended or revoked, (DWLS)
with bond set at $5,000
Lori Halsey, 38, of Starke
was arrested April 24 by Starke
Patrolman William Murray for
possession of drug
paraphernalia. Bond was set at
$1,000.


SDonald Roberts, 28, of
Jacksonville and Joseph
Singleton, 18, of Bell were
arrested April 25 by Starke
Patrolman Paul King for
possession of marijuana and
possession of drug
paraphernalia. They were
released from custody after
$2,000 surety bonds were
posted.
Anthony Carlos Holmes, 36,
of Gainesville and James G.
Fulgham were arrested April 29
by Starke Sgt. Richard Crews
for possession of crack cocaine
and possession of drug
paraphernalia. During a. traffic
stop the two tossed crack
cocaine out of the window,
Sgt. Crews said. A crack pipe
and steel wool in a. tube were
found inside the. vehicle, Sgt.
Crews said. Holmes was
released after a $15,000 surety
borid was posted. Fulgham,.
driver of the vehicle, remains
in custody under a $20,000
bond.
Bradley D. Rodgerick, 19, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
April 28 by Sgt. Crews for
possession* of cocaine" and
possession. of cannabis.
Cocaine and marijuana was
found during a traffic.stop, Sgt.
Crews said. Bond was set at
$20.000.
Leslie Johnson, 22, of
Austin, Texas, was arrested
April 26 by Starke Patrolman
J.W. Hooper for, possession of
drug paraphernalia. Bond was
set at $1,000.
Danielle Lowe, 21, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
April 24 by Bradford Deputy.
Charles Williams for violation
of probation obtaining
prescription medication by
fraud.
William Ambrose. 51, of
Starke was arrested April 28 by
Brown for disorderly
intoxication. A $1,000 surety
bond was posted for his release
from custody..
Clayton Perry, 20, of Starke
was arrested April 28 by Starke
Patrolman Stephen Murphy for
possession of alcohol by
person under 21 and giving
alcohol to a person under 2.1.
Bond was set at $5.000.
Joseph Lacy. 21, of Lake
Butler was arrested April 25 by
probation officers for violation


of probation burglary of
structure, grand theft and sale
of cocaine. He was released on
his own recognizance by Judge
David Reiman.
Joseph Fine, 44, of Brooker
was arrested April 29 by
Bradford Deputy Jason Clark
for violation of probation grand
-theft. He was released on his
own recognizance by Judge
David Giant.
Joseph Johnson,. 25, of Lake
Butlerwas arrested April 30 by
Patrolman King on a writ of


attachment from Putnam
County. Bond was set at $500.
He was also charged on a
Bradford warrant for violation
of probation battery and ordered
to serve 30 days in- the county
jail.
Henry Desaussure, 18, of
Jacksonville was arrested April
24 for failure to appear
possession of less than 20
grams and criminal mischief.
Bond was set at $2,000.
Kristy Sauls, 22, of
Keystone Heights was arrested


April 24 by Bradford Deputy'
David Thompson for violation
of probation. A $1,000 surety
bond was posted for her release'
from custody.
Jonathan Nelson,' 20', of,
Orange Park was arrested Apritl
24 by Patrolman Lowery on.-a,
warrant from Clay County for|
violation of probation grand,
theft.

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[CRIME J


.Corey Chambers, 21, of Padgett for DWLS. A $
'-eystone Heights. was arrested surety bond was posted for
Nay, 1, by the Clay County release from custody.
-heriff's Office on a charge of
.passing a worthless check. Bruce Lee. 24, of Starke
arrested April 28 by Patrolr
:=rJohn Marcus Erwin, 29, of Lowery for DWLS. A $:
surety'bonwD p te for
-ake Butler, was' arrested May rety bond was'posted for
J by Union County Sheriff's release.
office Deputy Robert Manning Orlando Morales, 40,
a Union County warrant for Starke was arrested April 24
Violation of probation. :: Hampton Patrolman
Tillotson for no %alid drive.
A .12-year-old female Lake license (NVDL). A $500 c
:=Butler juvenile %was arrested bond was posted for his reli
;April 26 for disorderly conduct from custody ,
...v LICSO Deputy H.MI .
-omlinson. Deputv Toml'insoii--- -Estanilao Cortel Hidalgo;
.-resRpondeM -acal regarg'a '-as--arrested *-April ..28-
fight on a bus at Lake Butler Hampton Patrolman I
-Middle School. One of the Adkins for NVDL. Bond
ljueniles continued to struggle set at S500.
'ynd fight after Deputy
Tomlinson and Principal Mark Curtis Brooks. 47.
'Bracewell separated them. The Hampton was arrested April
;,venile was charged and by probation officers
%leased into the custody of her violation of probation NVD
Parents.
Raymond Sorrels, 32,
Celcilia Sharae Smith, 35, Starke was arrested April 25
-was arrested April 26 by Patrolman King for failure
_UCSO Deputy Mindy appear DWLS. Bond was se
aoodwin on a Union County $5,000.
warrant for failure to appear in
.urq on a misdemeanor Luatha Jenkins, 35,
~ffenise. Bond was set at Jacksonville was arrested .i
$1,500. I by Bradford Deputy Thon
Sapp 'for failure to app
-Nathan E. Lawrence, 21, of violation of driver's lice
Bangor, Maine, was arrested restrictions. Bond was set
.. -April 26 at Reception and $2,000.
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Section C: Thursday, May 4, 2006 Telegraph Times Monitor



Spiller wins 2 state championships in track
UC's Highland also Spiller said after winning the last opportunity to win a state and field finals. At that meet, whole time," Spiller said. racer
200, which was approximately championship and he admitted Spiller competed in the 100,, He didn't need to worry. He Spiller, racing against a
medals, but one hour after he won the 100. he was nervous, especially but finished only sixth after' had no trouble at the beginning fierce wind, recorded a time of
Bradford fails to do Spiller, who did not lose a considering what happened to slipping out of the blocks. and was in no danger of being
SO in 3 events race all year, was down to his him at last year's state track "I had that on my mind the overtaken at the end in either See STATE, p. 8C
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
It had'eluded him on the
football field, but Union
County High School senior
C.J. Spiller will be leaving
'school with a state
chakemp that two. AUTO SALES
Spiller won both the 100- i
and 200-meter dashes at the
Class 2A Florida High School
Athletic Association Finals
Apriitj 29 at Wolfson High ''
School in Jacksonville.
"It's an awesome feeling,"

















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soccer team, also received
first-team all-area recognition
from the Gainesville Sun along HURRY IN BEFORE THIS EVENT IS OVER!
with teammates AustinTHIS WK ONLY!
Bennett, Dustin Hayre and
Michael McLeod. TI W E L
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McLeod was a third-team
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Page 2C TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR-C-SECTION May 4,2006



Indians claim championship by defeating Rams 6-2


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
It was a rough start to the
season for this year's Keystone
Heights baseball team. The
Indians lost their first six
games and started off play. in
District 6-3A with a 1-2
record.
Since then, however, the
Indians have gone 16-5,
winning the rest of their
district games, culminating in
laying claim to the district
championship with a 6-2 win
over Interlachen April 27 in
Interlachen.
"It really is a testament to
the character of these kids
because 0-6 is hard to deal
with," Keystone head coach
Alan Mattox said. "They
battled back and kept playing
ball, and we ended up having a
.good year."
Both Keystone (16-11) and
Interlachen (12-14) have
accomplishments to be proud
of this season. For the Rams; it
--1s- earning a berth in the
regional playoffs for the first
time since 1972. For Keystone,
its first district championship
since 1999, when the Indians
defeated Crescent City 7-3 and
made a run to the Region 2


runs in the fifth after allowing
a walk and three'consecutive
singles, but it was a solid
performance overall.
"It was an awesome effort,"
Mattox said. "He lost his fast
ball there for about an inning
and a half, but he pitched like a
bulldog. He just kept pouring it
across the plate."
Thomas was also helped by
a defensive effort that included
no errors: A double play turned
by second baseman
Richardson, shortstop Paulk
and first baseman Lans Hardin
ended a potential scoring threat
in the fourth.
"It was just a good job all
the way around defensively,"
Mattox said.
The Indians scored the first
six runs of the game. After
going up 2-0 on the singles b)
Lott and Paulk, Keystone,
added another run in the third.


Breton singled to lead off the
inning, stole second and then
scored on a single by Hardin
that was a hard bouncer up
through the middle of the
infield.
Richardson, who finished
the game 3-for-4, doubled in
the fourth and scored when
Lott drilled a single into left-
center field.
The Indians were not done,
thanks to a couple of
Interlachen miscues.
Hardin followed up Lott's
single with one of his own.
.With. Thomas at the plate,
Interlachen pitcher Billy
Mullins threw two consecutive
wild pitches. The first allowed
'Lott and Hardin to advance
and the second allowed Lott to
score. A throwing error on the
play at the plate when Lott
',-scored allowed Hardin to also
score, putting Keystone up 6-0.


Keystone players pose with the District 6-3A championship trophy-the school's
first such-trophy since 1999. Pictured in the front are Andrew Secules, Blake Lott,
Tyson Paulk and Jordan Fogg, along with two.of the team's youngest supporters,
Cole Mattox and Gracie Williams. Pictured standing are: Clayton Mosley, Michael
Williams, Lans Hardin, Nathan Kicklighter, Wil Breton, Anthony Guirate, David
Thomas, Josh Mangus, Tyler Richardson, Robbie Latner, Chris Sidburry, Chad
Berkson and Cole Belote.


Lans Hardin (facing the camera) hugs teammate Wil
Breton as the two seniors go out as district
champs.


championship game.
"That was one of our goals
at the beginning of the
season--we were really going
to work hard to tr\ to' get a
district championship." Mlattos
said.-"The kids went out there
and got it done tonight. They
played well."
Blake Lott had two RBI for
a Keystone lineup that took,
advantage of a couple of'
Interlachen mistakes and.
produced some timely hitting.
Keystone's first two runs
were scored off of singles by-
Lott, who was 2-for-4, and
Tyson Paulk with two outs in
the first and second innings,
respectively. Lott's hit, just
past the Interlachen first
baseman's outstretched glove,
scored Wil Breton, who
reached on a fielder's choice.
Paulk's hit scored Anthony
Guirate, who reached on a
walk.
Guirate walked in all three
, .of his plate appearances.
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Devils

BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
They won their first district
- -championship since 1999, but
the Keystone-Heights Indians
could not ride that momentum
in the regional baseball
playoffs, losing 9-7 to visiting
Williston in a Region 2-3A
quarterfihal game May 2.
The Indians (16-12) just
could not hold onto a lead.
Williston (24-3) rallied from a
5-1 deficit and then a 7-5
deficit entering the seventh
inning to advance to the
Region 2 semifinals to play'
Lake Highland Prep (1.5-12)
Friday, May 5.
Williston had five hits in the
top of the seventh to go up 9-7.

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Interlachen's Harley Rollins
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"" ..riErrors cost Keystone in


I- regional softball final


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Three errors led to two
unearned runs and an end to
the season for the Keystone
Heights softball team, which
lost 2-1 in eight innings to
visiting Williston in the
Region 2-3A championship
game May 2.
Keystone (18-10) had the
.home field advantage and
another strong outing from
pitcher MaryAnne McCall (11-
5), but a few mistakes and a
lack of production offensively
prevented the Indians from
reaching the state semifinals.
Williston (19-5) will play
West Nassau (27-3) Monday,
May 8, for the right to play for
the state championship.
"It's very disappointing
because we knew this was our
year to go," Keystone head
,,;*,coach, Kathy Smith said,
alluding to the team's makeup
of six seniors.
One of those seniors is
McCall! She gave up a total of
two>whits" in the first two rounds
of the regional. playoffs and
gave up just four hits to


Keystone.senior Michael Williams signs a letter-of-intent to play football at
Jacksonville University. He is joined by his parents, Mike and Rebecca Williams.



Keystone football player


Williams to attend JU


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
TelegrqpltStaff Wriier
He:has spent the last three
years'-' as a- starter. No'..
keystone Heights High School
student. Nlichael Williams said
he feels a's-if he's heading back
to the bottom and starting over
again.
That's OK, though. The
senior has the opportunity to
continue his football career
after he signed a letter-of-
intent to play for Jacksonville
University.
"I'm looking forward to it,"
Williams said.
Williams was a starter the.
last three years for Keystone,
earning second-team. Class 2A
all-state honors this past
season as a defensive back.
Williams Thad 54 tackles, two
interceptions (one of which
was returned for a touchdown),
one forced fumble and one;
fumble recovery.
Keystone head coach Chuck
Dickinson said speed is one of
Williams' biggest attributes,
citing the fact that Williams
has been the fastest player on'
the team the last several years.
Williams, who had the
responsibility of setting up the
defense, is also very smart,
Dickinson said. That goes
play,)hI
field as Williams current y
holds a 4.5 GPA.


ROOKIE
LEAGUE
RESULTS

Evan Coleman came up with
the game winner in the final
inning, preserving the Starke
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perfect record %with a 12-11
%,in over the Hampton Hornets
on MaN 1.
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able to rall\ for the win.
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Dylan Cassels (4-for-4),
Jackson Hicks (3-for-3) and
Garrett Huggins (3-for-3).
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Garrett Ritch also adding a hit.
There was plenty of offense
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over the Starke Rangers on
April 27.
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safely. Cassels, Coleman,
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Logan McKeown each went 3-
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Wilson and Tavian Young
were each 2-for-2.
Holden Mullins was 2-for-3
and the team also got a hit
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Dickinson said. "It just shows
if you keep your grades up,
good things will happen for
you."
He had opportunities to go
to some smaller schools, but
Williams said JU was -the
choice because of what it
could offer him academically.
"It was just a good fit
because it has a dual program I
can do for engineering,"
Williams said. "Also, it's
closer to home. I can go up,
there and kind of get on my
ownbutI can also come home
when I want to, and my
parents and grandparents can
come to my games."
. Williams also saw playing
time on offense and special
teams at Keystone. He expects
he will strictly play' defense at
JU, with some time logged on
special teams, as well.
"As a freshman I'll probably
play special teams maybe a
little more .than defense,"
Williams said.
Williams said he is striving
to become a better tackler, get
bigger, faster and stronger, and
just become a better player
overall.
.pickinson said Wtji'a.ms


will certainly put forth the
effort to do that.
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worker and I'm sure,he'll be
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Williston. Unfortunately, one
of those hits came in the top of
the eighth with a runner on
third.
Williston's leadoff batter
reached when her infield pop-
up was dropped. A subsequent
throwing error, on the play
allowed, the runner to reach
second.
She was moved to third on a
sacrifice bunt before Margaret
Brown ripped a single just
inside the third-base line for
what would be the game
winner.
It was an error on a ground
ball, with a runner on second,
that led to Williston's first run
in the fourth.
The Indians were. still
trailing 1-0 entering the bottom


of the sixth. Up to that point,
they had only three hits, two of
which came from Kellie
Spaulding.
Spaulding kept it up, hitting
a single into left field. That
was followed by back-to-back
singles by Kasey Fagan and
Karlyn Reddish. Spaulding
,was able to avoid a tag attempt
at home on the single by
Reddish to tie the game.
Keystone had a chance to
win the game in the seventh
with two runners on and just
one out. Ryan Story drew a
walk and Michelle Houser had
a bunt single, but Sam Sibley
then flew out to right field and
See ERRORS, p. 4C


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The Board of County Commissioners of Bradford
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amended, hereinafter referred to as the- Land,
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the map below, as follows:
(1) LDR 06-7 an application by the Board of County
Commissioners, to amend the text of the Land
Development Regulations by amending Section
4.13.2, entitled Commercial Neighborhood (CN)
Permitted Principal Uses and Structures, by allowing
business ahd professional offices in the Commercial
Neighborhood (CN) zoning district as a permitted use.
(2) LDR 06-9 an application by the Board of County
Commissioners, to amend the text of the Land
Development Regulations by amending Article Four,
entitled "Zoning Regulations", by adding a new
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6:30 p.m., or as soon thereafter as the matters can be
heard, in County Commission Meeting Room, County
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AN ORDINANCE OF BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA, AMENDING THE BRADFORD COUNTY
LAND DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS, AS
AMENDED; PURSUANT TO AN APPLICATION, LDR
06-7, BY THE BOARD OF 'COUNTY
COMMISSIONERS; PROVIDING FOR AMENDING
SECTION 4.13.2, ENTITLED PERMITTED
PRINCIPAL USES NAND STRUCTURES, BY
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OFFICES IN THE COMMERCIAL NEIGHBORHOOD
(CN) ZONING DISTRICT AS A PERMITTED USE;
REPEALING ALL ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT; AND
PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE
AN ORDINANCE OF BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA, AMENDING THE BRADFORD COUNTY
LAND DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS, AS
AMENDED;. PURSUANT TO AN APPLICATION, LDR
06-9, BY THE BOARD OF COUNTY
COMMISSIONERS; PROVIDING FOR ADDING
SECTION 4.17.1, ENTITLED PLANNED UNIT
DEVELOPMENT (PUD) ZONING DISTRICT AS A
PERMITTED USE; REPEALING ALL. ORDINANCES
IN CONFLICT; AND PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE
DATE.
The public hearings may be continued to one or more
future dates. Any interested party shall be advised
that the date, time and place of any continuation of the
public hearings shall be announced during the public
hearings and that no further notice concerning the
matters will be published.
At the aforementioned public hearings, all interested
persons may appear and be heard with respect to the
amendments on the date, time and place as
referenced above.
Copies of the amendments are available for public
inspection at the Office of the Director of Zoning,
County Courthouse located at 945 North Temple
Avenue, North Wing, Starke, Florida, during regular
business hours.
All persons are advised that, if they decide to appeal
any decision made at the public hearings, they will-
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Indians have no trouble


reaching regional final


Keystone Heights senior David Thomas signs a letter-of-intent to play baseball at
Michigan's Macomb Community College. Pictured with Thomas are Macomb
assistant coach Myron Gardner, Thomas' mother, Renee Thomas, and Thomas'
grandmother, Juanita Quiett.



Keyston e's Thomas

heading north to play ball


BY CLIFF SMELLED
*Telegraph Staff writer
Hf.',aid he's been playing
baseball his whole life, but
Keytone Heights High School
Senior David Thomas said
there,,was a time injhis Ld.
when he didn't view himself as
that good a player.
"I. never thought I'd be
going to play college
baseball;" he said.
Thomas, who just recently
pitched the Indians to their
S.first' district championship
since 1999, will be doing just
that. He signed a letter of
intent to play at Macomb
Community College in
Warren, Mich.
It may be a long way from
Key sone_,_Ln. Thorn as--i-n't
complaining.
"I'm glad I get to go on and
play somewhere else," Thomas
said.
Thomas participated in


LEGAL
NOTICE OF AN
ENACTMENT OF
SBY T ORDINANCE
SBY THE BOARD OF'COUNTY' -
COMMISSIONERS OF
X. BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that an
ordinance, which title hereinafter
appears, will be considered for
enactment by the Board of County
Commissioners of Bradford County.
Florida. at a public hearing on May
18, 2006 at 6:30 p.m.. or as soon
thereafter as the matter can be heard
in the County Commission Meeting
Room, County Courthouse located at
945 North Temple Avenue. Starke.
Florida. Copies of said ordinance
may be inspected by any member of
the public at the Office of me County
Clerk, located at 945 North Temple
Avenue, Starke, Florida, during
'feularbus.iness- hours. On the date,
ime and place first above mentioned,
all Interested persons may appear
and be heard with respecl'to the
ordinance.
AN ORDINANCE OF BRADFORD
COUNTY, FLORIDA. AMENDING
THE BRADFORD COUNTY LAND
DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS.
AS AMENDED; PURSUANT TO AN
APPLICATION, LDR 06-8, BY THE
BOARD OF COUNTY
COMMISSIONERS; PROVIDING
FOR AMENDING SECTION
4.2.20.5, ENTITLED NOISE. WHICH
AMENDS THE IN-DEPTH
REQUIREMENTS IN THE NOISE
ORDINANCE; REPEALING ALL
ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT, AND _
___BO.IRDING-AN-EFFECTIVE-DATE
The public hearing may be continued
to one or more future dates. Any
interested party shall be advised that
the date, time and place of any
continuation of the public hearing
shall be announced during the public
hearing and that no further notice
concerning the matter will be
published.
All persons are advised that. it tney
decide to appeal any decisions made
at the public hearing, they will need a
record of the proceedings and, for
such purpose, they may need to
ensure that a' verbatim record of the
proceedings is made, which record
includes the testimony and evidence
upon which the aoDesa is in be based.-
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tryouts the Macomb coach
held in Florida last year and
the coach stayed in contact
with him, he said. \\ hat the
coach probably sa\\ is the
t \ersatilit\ that Thomas has-
displayed .-throughout his
- -career tieystone.
"He's played in the outfield.
he's played third, he's caught.
he's pitched and he's done
them all well," Keystone-head
coach Alan Mattox said. "I
think', his versatility is a
positive attribute."
Mattox said Macomb
coaches have talked about
playing Thomas at catcher or
at first or third. Thomas said
he is willing to pla\ any ~here.
but there is one position he'd
: like to- -be gi en the
-OpportunNit to play.
"I hope I can pitch," Thomas
said.
Wherever he plays, Thomas
should have as good a chance
to hone his skills than if he
was playing in a warm-weather
state.


"The cold weather r was
concern, but the\ have a
indoor facility that's eiiBd t
none," Matto\ said. deathh
shouldn't be a factor in ern-
of his ability\ to develop.
,. Mattox said Thomnas. ha
more to offer than his skills o
"the field. He's a hard worker i
the classroom and he has a bi
heart.
"He ,alwa) s wants I
please," Mattol said. "H
always wants to do well, not
a selfish way, but in a wa\ tha
will help his teammates "
As someone who ne'.
thought he'd get the chance i
pla- in college. Thomas can
exen describe %%hat it %%oul
feel like if he could pla
beyond two \ears at th
community college le\e
Matto\, though, thinks he ca
do .it.
"David's, got som
potential," Mattox said. "He'
have to work hard for a coup'
of years, but he's got
chance."


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
P.K. Yonge had already
done it once-gone on the
road and defeated a district
champion.
Now, in the second round of
the regional softball playoffs.
the Blue Waxe had another
opportunity to defeat a district
champion on its home field
The Ke\ stone Heights Indians.
the District 7-3A champ;,
would have nond of that,
however, as they, rode :hot.
hitting and another dominating
performance from, pitcher
MaryAnne McCall to a 1,7-0
win in the Region 2-3A
semifinals on April 28..
McCall pitched her second
straight one-hitter, striking out
eight batters in, five innings
(the game ended after the top
Sof the fifth because of the 10-
,I run rule) to improve her record
to.I 1-4 .
"' Kasey Fagan drove in four
runs for the Indians, three of
Q.: which came on her.fifth home
o run of the season--a blast over
or the left-field fence in a nine-
1 run third inning.
That inning,, which began
5s with a single by Fagan, also
)n included.Dani Suit's second
in double of the game, which h
g, drove in a run, and a tao-run
Single by Sam Sible. ..
o' Suit's first double of the
ie game drove in a run in the first
in inning and put the Indians up
at 2-0. The first run came on a


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Spaulding popped up in the
infield.
That was the only blemish
for Spaulding, who went 3-for-
4. She hit a triple in the first
after Keystone's first two
batters struck out. However,
she was left stranded there
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-. <


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SibleN.
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%ere each 3-for-4. v.hile
Houser %%as 2-tom-2 and Tori
Jolleyv %as 2-for-3.
KeN stone had 16 hits in all j
P.K. Yonge ended its season .
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Reach to Recovery, a personal vis-
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nosed with breast cancer, is avail-
able upon request. Volunteer visi-
tors who are breast cancer sur-
vivors are available before and aft-
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mation and support. Call (904) 758
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A free class for adults who want
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The Alachua County
Organization for Rural Needs
(ACORN) Clinic offers free mam-
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women 50 and older who have little
or no health insurance. Hours:
Mon.-Thurs., 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m.;
Tuesday night clinic, 7-9 p.m.;
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Timothy Thornton and
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David Bryan Kirkland and
Brandi Leigh Jones

Jones and
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Randy and Vorcase Jones of
Starke announce the upcoming
marriage of their daughter,
Brandi Leigh Jones, to David
Bryan Kirkland, son of David
and Barbara Kirkland of
Keystone Heights.
The bride-elect graduated in
2004 from St; Leo University
with a bachelor's degree in
elementary education. She is
employed by Clay County
School Board and works at
McRae Elementary School.
The groom-elect graduated
in 2004 fr,.m Santa Fe
Community College nursing
program. He ....rks at Shands
UF.
The bride- and groom-elect
are both members of Madison
Street Baptist Church.
The wedding will take place
at 3 p.m. on Saturday, May 27,
2006, at Madison, Street
Baptist Church.
All family -and friends are
invited.


Stanwix-Hay
students are
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retiring. A retirement party is
planned for Saturday,.May 27,
from 7-9 p.m., at Starke Golf
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workshop is held every Thursday at
6:30 p.m. at the Senior Health Care.
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engagement and upcoming
marriage of their daughter,
Tammy Griffis, to Timothy
Thornton, son of Carolyn
Thornton of Raiford and the
late Richard Thornton.
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on Saturday, May 27, 2006, at
6 p.m., at Air Park Baptist
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their daughter, Calli Jolee
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Calli weighed 8 pounds, 14.
ounces and measured 20-4
inches in length. She joins two
sisters, Chari Ann Morrow, 5,
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The bride-elect is senior
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Bradford's season ends against Raiders in semifinals


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
It was a microcosm of the
season-mistakes and a failure
to come up with clutch hits.
What it resulted in was a 4-1


loss for the Bradford baseball
team to Santa Fe in the
semifinals of the District 3-4A
tournament April 26 at Baker
County High School.
Bradford (9-15) gave up
'UN-.03M.


Bradford pitcher William Estes throws the ball to
,first on a pickoff attempt during the Tornadoes'
"*i to Santa Fe.


Rams eliminate

Tigers in districts


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff It writer
Prior to playing Inierlachen,.
Union Cotuni head baseball
coach TerrN Stroemer
remarked that t's tough to beat
a team three times in a season,
yei that's what his Tigers
needed to do if they wanted to
play for the District 6-3A
championship and earn a berth
in the regional playoffs .
UnfortunatelN, the Tigers
could not make it three in a.
row over the ,,Rams, who
scored four runs off of home
runs to hand Union a 5-1 loss -
* in the district semifinals April
25 in Interlachen.
The Rams went up 5-0 while
Union's offense struggled
against Interlachen pitcher
Hunter Thomas. Thomas
allowed three hits and one
walk while-striking out 10.
-Stroerher said the. Tigers-
(10-8) have basically been in
an offensive slump since
spring 'break. He also said -
Thomas seemed to be a
different pitcher than the .ohe
. 0his team faced during the
regular season.
"He just. shut us. down,".
Stroemer'said.
Union's only run was scored
by Amir Jackson, who was
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three unearned- runs and failed
to score twice with two
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Tornadoes also loaded the
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arrived and with it brings-
b'ream busting or -perch
jerking.
It doesn't matter what name
you call it. This is the time. to
take the family out to catch a
mess of bream. All you have to
do is go to your favorite
fishing hole and flip a cricket
around the edge and the rest is
history.
I like to use a spinning reel
rigged with a number-4 bream
hook and a cork. I slide the
-cork about 12-18 inches above
'the hook and pitch it around
the edge. "The cork is an
ex.cellqnt a\ 0to hold a kid's


attention and it makes things
simple-when the cork goes......
under, rear back and start
reeling:
You can also spend.a lazy
day at the Ocklawaha River,
parked under a big, shady tree,
throwing a worm out on the
bottom and then hanging on'.
This way requires a lot of skill,
so I suggest you take plenty of
food, drink, a good book and
some, suntan lotion. If you
throw a worm on the bottom of
any of the,rivers. .ou'ie surely
going to get something to fl3it -..
Bream are spawning in area
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Bream beds are easy to spot
in Kingsley Lake, but when
you're in dark water, you can,
find them by detecting the
fishy smell with your nose.
Bream are spawning now :
and o ill continue to do so until
June.

There have been several
shellcrackers and bluegills
already caught on the beds in
KCingsley Lake. I saw 46
bluegills anld 738- shellcrackers
that were caught at Kingsley.
Lake last week and they were
all cap-sized or bigger.
Speckled perch fishing has
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Hampton Lake has been
giving up some nice
specks-use jigs and minnows'
close to the bottom in the
deeper holes of the lake.
A lot of bass in area lakes
are in the post-spawn mode.
These fish are eager to eat
about'an) thing and the hottest
lure right now is a ribbit frog
Sb Stanley Lures.. These frogs
make a racket like a half-ounce
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sets. Stanley also makes a 4/0
and 5/0 hook for the frog.
The biggest complaint with
most frogs is that they are too
fat. making setting the hook
hard. I do know the design of
the Stanley frog allows for.....
mere hook-ups. You need a
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On a night tnp to Hampton
Lake last week, the ribbit frog
kept me on the edge of my seat
and produced a good mess of
bass (as almost always, the big
one got away).
Bass are schooling in Santa
Fe, Hampton and Lake Alto.
Zoom super flukes in
watermelon red, baby bass and
...Arkansas shiner are the most
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The Bradford County
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There ill also be hot dogs and
fi\in's available for lunch.
I'll catch up with you on the
south end of Hampton Lake,
throwing a rbbit frog in the
grass. Have a safe trip.
SGone fishing .


'Chris Brooks and Happy Tilton show off quite a catch from a fishing trip on the
Santa Fe River.



IB H the district semifinal will only
help the team in the future
If nothing else, the players
Continued from p. 6C e a desire to do better
Hartel"said the loss to the
was l-for-2, while Jason
Smyth singled in his only at-
bat.
Bradford loses only three
players. to graduation:
ombier, Smyth and. Michael S
Tew.
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STATE
Continued from p. 1C

10.42 seconds in the 100,
finishing ahead of Duronal
Monal of Glades Central, who
had a time of 10.74 seconds.
The winning time was .04
seconds away from tying the
Class 2A record.
The time was also the
second-fastest run in the state
this season and the fifth-best
time in the nation this year.
It was Spiller and Monal
finishing first and second in
the 200 as well. Spiller had a
time of 21.50 seconds to
Monal's 21.91 seconds.


Monsignor
Pace's
Demarcus
Van Dyke .
(left) and -
Union
County's C.J.
Spiller
compete in
the i
preliminaries
of the 200-
meter dash.







Spiller, who was competing
in the 200 for the first time at
the state finals, did not have,
the best time in the race
entering the-meet, but he was
determined to'run his hardest
against sorie stiff competition.
"They made me just push
myself," Spiller said. :
Spiller, was not the only
Union County athlete to
receive a medal., Francis
Highland .earned one for


Union County's Amika
Davis was the only athlete
from Union, Bradford or
Keystone Heights to compete
at the state meet. She placed
13th in the triple jump with a
distance of 34' 11".
Bradford was represented in
three events on the boys side,
but failed to make it to the
finals in any of the three. The
4xlOO1m relay team of J.R.
Petteway, Jimmy Hankerson,
Rob Harris and Chuckie
Covington placed ninth with a
time of 42.91 seconds, just
missing the cut for the finals.
Immokalee grabbed the final
spot in the finals with a time of
42.80 seconds in the
preliminaries.
Harris also competed in the
100 and 200. He was 14th in
the 100 with a time of 11.52
seconds and 14th in the 200
with a time of 22.78 seconds.


placing fourth in the shot put
with a distance of-52'6.25". It
was Highland's best-ever
effort in the event,
Frank Grimes of Tallahassee
Godby won' the event with a
distance of 54'7".
Highland also competed in
the discus, but did ndt earn a
medal, finishing 141th 'ith a
throw of 146'5".
The top eight finishers .in.
each event earned medals.


Francis
Highland
competes in.
the shot put
for Union
County.


Union County's
Amika Davis gets
airborne in the triple
jump.


Bradford's
Rob Harris
prepares to
take the
baton from
Jimmy
Hankerson
during the
4x100m relay.


U C Interlachen's Jack Fralick Cochran are the only starters
UCH S drew a walk in the third before who will graduate.
Mullins went deep again. However, Stroemer said
Continued from p. 6C The season ended sooner most of the other teams in the..
than the Tigers would've liked, district will be returning the
but the majority of the team's bulk of their teams, too.
an error, was brought home by starters will be back next "It's going, tobe a battle
an EvanGarris single, season. Emery aod Michael again," Stroemer said.,


,I |, out to the pitcher to end the Devils tie the score at 5-all in
D EVILSgame. the fourth when he hit a triple
The Red Devils took an that drove in two runs..*',.,
Continued from p. 2C early lead. but Keystone's Wil The score remained tied
The Indians were able to put Breton gate the Indians 2-1 until the sixth when Keystone
two runners on with one our in lead with a two-run homer in scored two runs. Guirate was
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48 Homes for
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Old Lawtey Rd, 10
acres,$100,000.inside
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TIN REALTY @904-796-
0862.
HANDYMAN SPECIAL 2
story home, 660
Epperson St. in Starke,
asking $65,000 OBO.
Call 352-745-0039.
NEWLY BUILT home for
sale. 3BR/2BA, single
car garage, appliances
included and berber car-
pet. 740 Epperson St,
Starke. $158,000 Mas-
, ters Construction. Call
352-745-0039.
3BR/2BA HOME IN
BROOKER ready to
move into, Shady Oaks


subdivision. Tile kitchen,
valted ceiling, pIivacy
fence, 1 car garage plus
a carport, much, ,more
$151,500. Call 352-485-
2814.
WE BUY JUNKY
HOUSES, nice ones too.
Can close in under 72
hours. 352-258-0865 or
webuyjunkyhouses.com.

49 Mobile
Homes For
Sale
MOBILE HOME and land
for sale 1 acre lots,


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4 A Division of Central Pacific Mortgage


Jenny W. Mann Suzanne Gordon
Branch Manager/ Mortgage Consultant
Mortgage Consultant .


please call 352-468-
2959.
1 ..25 ACRES WITH 32 x 76
MH, well & septic, like
new financing available.
Low down payment. Call
386-496-1146.
DWMH 2.5 ACRES fire-
place, front porch, back
porch, carport. Call 904-
964-6830 or 904-796-
0655.
3BR/2BA DW 28 x 64, on
1 acre lot, fenced in back
yard, carport, outside
building, fully wired
phone. Call 386-496-
0897.
OLDER MH for sale 2BR/


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Purchases
FHA VA
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r Am ricn mom 964-5424 [352)473-3800
)'ream i 205 H. Temple Ave. 185 S. Lawrence Blvd.
,Northcast Flnrda,Inc. Starke Keystone Heights
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LOVELY 3BRI2BA CONDO all on firs. floor
level. Neighborhood has many amenities
including pool. golf and tennis. $182,000.
N LS#297232.


3BR 2BA BRICK RANCHER ON 4.13 acres
w/pond, gazebo. Recently remodeled, new
kitchen, lots of crown molding. Additional
acreage available. $265,000. MLS#264844.


1\ ELL-NLAINTAIN ED 3BR,2BA mobile
home w/concrete screened porch and carport
on approx. 2.65 acre. Vaulted ceiling and split
floor plan. $79.900. M LS#295889.


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THIS 3BR 2.5BA PROPERTY includes a
25x24 garage, barn, catfish pond,'producing
fruit trees, blueberry bushes. Property can be
subdivided. $475,000. MLS#288470.


1BA, carport, front &
back porch, large lot,
$21 ;900. Call 904-966-
0494.
PRICE REDUCED OLDER
MH 2BR/1BA on 1.25
acres, front porch, back
deck, large- shed, was
$34,500 now $32,900.
Call 904-966-0494.
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. 3BR/2BA 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.


50 For Rent
LAKE GENEVA 2BR/1BA,
MH, lake front, $500 per
month, with $200 secu-
rity deposit, no pets. Call
352-478-2697.
HILLIARD/ NEW Jacobsen
32 x 48: 3BR/2BA, setup
on 2 acres with well, sep-
tic & power pole in-
cluded, $734 per month.
Call 904-548-1480.
LAKE GENEVA huge lake
front DWMH, 3BR/2BA,
$800 per month plus
$300 security, no pets,
McDonalds Trailer park,
call 352-478-2697.
MOBILE HOME FOR rent
in Raiford, DW 3BR/
1.5BA, nice location
$500 per month, first &
last. Call 386-431-1898.
2BR/1BA very clean, new
carpet & paint, In Starke
near park. $450 per
month plus $300 deposit.
Call 904-368-0832.
2BR/1BA HOUSE


T.H.E. Apartments

922 E. Brownlee St. Starke, Florida

Newly Remodeled
2 & 3 Bedrooms Available

.Rent is based On Income
,aler, Sener
On-Sit. Laundry Facilil & Play Areas
Office Open: Monday Friday 8:00 to 4:30 p.m.
/(. Call (904) 964-7133
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Neal Road
.21.4 acres with 6 year old planted pines. Paved road just off SR 21
south of Johnson.


Reduced to $155,000
3/1.5 home on 10+ acres
Starke











$85,000
Sante Fe canal lot with
small bungalow.





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$112,000
4/2 MH on
1.4+ acres





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Pellerito SEALTOP


$119,900 Reduced to $249,900
2/2 brick home. Open floor 3/2 home on double
plan, spacious kitchen corner lot.


$175,000
2/2 brick home on
Lake Serena




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$392,800
5BR/3BA brick home
on 4 acres


edff i sa ., 3/1 A-frame on White
352- 494-1829 Sands Lake



7373 SR-21 North, Keystone Heights
(352) 473-8882 (office) 1-866-649-8882
See MeLissa's listings at:
www.helenhersey.com
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Worthington Springs
area, fenced in yard. CH/
A, W/D hook-up. $60.0
per month. Call386-588-
4294.
NEWLY REMODELED up-
stairs apartment in down-
town Starke. 2/BR, CH/
A. $450 month, 1st, last,
.and security deposit: Call
Joan at 904-964-4303.
BRAND NEW, 3BR/2BA
2150 sq ft, site built
home, on 2/3 acre with
paved roads, $154,900.
Call 352-692-4343. In-
formation available at
www.new
house411.com.
FURNISHED ROOMS
FOR RENT COM-
PLETE with CH/A, cable
provided, all utilities paid!
Central location. 10%
discount on first months
rent for senior citizens.
Rooms with private bath,
$110w-b$120./wk. Room
without bath, $95. Laun-


Uke New 1999 IWO
'qop-of-Line" Fleetwood Broadmore.
Glamour Bath in Master Suite. Has Stove and
Refrigerator, Front and Back Decks w/Steps.
Comes complete with Skirting, Blocks &
Pads, and includes a 3.5 ton central unit.

352-468-3247

352-468-3510

352-359-3591


"The Best Place to Live"
Orangewood
Apartments
801 South Water Street
Starke, FL 32091
904-964-4214
Mon-Thurs*8-12 and I-5
TDD/TTY711
Equal Houving Opportunity


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dry facilities available..
Close to churches,
stores, downtown shop-
ping, theatre, and morel
See 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 Apts. 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, Fl or
call 904-964-7295, TDD/
TTY 711. Equal Housing
Opportunity.
FOR RENT- 2 & 3BR
homes, newly renovated
Deposit required Call
386-496-3067,678-438-
6828'or 678-438-2865,
for more information.
LARGE OFFICE Down-
town. Ideal for several
persons to occupy. $500
per montn 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,
utilaes & must have good
rental history Lake
Geneva MH Park ON
SR 100 Undernewown-
ershipl Call Rick 352-
473-3569.
FOR RENT DOWNTOWN
Business & Professional
office store. This 1500 sq
ft building has offices &
reception area, new car-
pet and paint. Monthly
rent w/oplion to lease
long lerm. $600 per
month, or long term
lease discount. Call Vir-
ginia at 904-964-6305.
2BR/1BA HOUSE, fenced
with gate, carport, CH/A,
washer/drye,r, fridge,
stove & yard mainte-
nance included. Clay
Electric utilities, well wa-
ter, 3 miles from 301.
References. credit &
Background check re-
quired $700 per month,
1st. last plus security
Available June 5th Call
904-626-3357 for apt
LAKE GENEVA RENTALS
2BA/1 5BA MH. recently
remodeled. MH $525
2BR house $525 Both
have lake access, de-
posit required Call 352-
473-2919. 9am to 7pm
FOR RENT. 14x70 mobile
home, 2BR/2BA. CH/A,
heal, $575 per month. A
security deposit plus first
and lasi months rent is
required. Call 904-964-
,8431 or 352-745-1189.
52 Animals &
SPets
ADORABLE KITTENS
FREE to a good home
Semi long hair & bobtail
Call 352-473-0019,
leave a message and
phone number.
CHIHUAHUA puppes. 2
males, 3 months old,
$300cash Starke More
in 8 weeks Call 904-364-
7152 leave a message
5 YEAR OLD APP horse.
$ 300. call 904-964-
0498
53 Starke Yard
Sales
HUGE INDOOR YARD
SALE everything must
goIll Living, dining, bed-
room furniture, washer.
dryer and much, much
more May 5 & 6, 8am to
4pm, 427 Center St,
Slake, street along side
New Method Cleaners.
HUGE MULTI FAMILY yard
sale, Sat May 6th, 8am
to ? Illusions Hair Studio,
138 N. Water St. An-
tiques, antique furniture,
home decor, clothes,
.women, men &
children.
FRI & SAT, 8am to ? 736 S.
Westmoreland. Baby

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FOR RENT
Economy Inn
Lawtey, FL
Daily $35 & up
Wkly $169 & up
Daily Rm Service
Microwave Cable
Refrigerator Local Phone
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1 Rm Eff. $225 .
2 Rm Eff.$245,
2/1 Apt $425.
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clothes and toys, adult &
children clothes, prom
dresses. 53 A
2 FAMILY SALE May 6th,
8 to ? Boat/electric mo-
tor $200, 20 gauge shot
gun, few clothes, vac's,
100 of items. Everything
must go. 7295 S.W.
County Rd 225,1 mile off
227, Sampson City.
BIG YARD SALE Thurs,
Fri, Sat & Sun. 8am to
5pm. 301 N. pass Sun-
shine Mobile Homes,
turn left on 183rd street,
look for signs. Lots of
everything, new and
good used. Pool table
with extras $175. To
much to to list. Dont miss
this one. 3 sheds full, call
904-964-9723 after
3pm,.
HUGE YARD SALE.1226
Bradford St. May 4,5,6.
8am to,? Lots of good
stuff,'cheap. Rain or
shine.
NEIGHBORHOOD yard
sale. Fri & Sat, 8am to
5pm, May 5th & 6th, 16
W, 5 miles to 200 St. Fol-
low signs. Games,
clothes, sports, equip-
ment, music, movies,
electronics.
MOVING SALE Sat only
8am'ito 5pm 5725 N.
Crater Lake Circle, off
214, follow garage sale
signs. Great values.
LARGE GARAGE SALE
121Q Bradford St, off
Pratt. Sat,& Sun, 8am to
3pm. Golf clubs, bags &
shoes, vacuum cleaner,
17" TV, foot spa, mixer
with bowl, curtains,-lin-
ens, dishes, glasses,
records, assets, fishing
equipment, priced to
sell, lots of odds and
ends. *
GARAGE SALE Sat 6th,
8am to 1pm. 756 W.
Market Rd. Starke, by
State Farmers Market.
Tbddler, children &adult
clothing, what nots, fur-
niture. farm animals &
misc iems


SAT & SUN 8am to 2pm,
100 west to 225,
Bayless HWY, turn on
183rd terrace, follow
signs. Various house-
hold items, clothes, lots
of baby girl clothes.
FRI & SAT from the hospi-
tal turn left at the First
Presbyterian Church, 1
mile, follow signs. Lots of
baby & small children
items, house hold items.
LAWTEY Fri & Sat, 8am to.
4pm. West on 225, 1.5
miles from 301 to 41st
Ave, follow signs.
Clothes, tools,
kitchenware, books,
nascar stuff, and many
more great items.
SUMMER CLEAN out
sale. Fri & Sat, 8am to
3pm, 738 Alton Rd. Turn
beside Madison St
Babtist Chruch. New .&
Used items. To much to
list.
FRI & SAT TWO FAMILY'S
8:30am to 5pm. Four'n
one smoker grill, can-
ning jars, boys & girls
shorts, shirts, ladies
small & medium
o dresses, means wear,
misc items, rain treese,
crape myrtles, 7 potted
plants West 100
Beyone apartments, fol-
low signs.
5 FAMILY YARD sale, Fri'
& Sat, 8:30 to 2:30, SR
16 towards prison,
aprox 1. mile, NW 173rd/
Market Rd. Baby
clothes, toys, books and
much more.
FRI & SAT 8:30am to 5pm,
1221 Bradford St. TV.,
various items, Christmas
decor.
YARD SALE lots of
clothes, & different
things. 1103W. Pratt ST.
Fri & Sat, 8am to ?
KINGSLEY LAKE BAP-
TIST Church youth will
be having a garage sale,
Sat May 6th, at Commu-
nity State Bank, starting
al 7am The money inme
youth iaise will be used


to fund their mission trip,
and youth camp.
BIG YARD SALE 301 N to
Morgan Rd, one mie to
blue vinyl house. 8am to
3pm, Friday only.
MULTI FAMILY SAT
ONLY!! 8am to 1pm.
Girls & boys clothes(2T
& up), tools, toys, nic
nacs, housewares, &
lots more. 3.1 miles from
301 on SR
100W(towards .Key-
stone) on left, look for
signs.
TWO FAMILY yard sale,
Lawtey. Sat May 6.8am
to 2pm. Large size
women clothes, size 18
-22. Baby items, clothes
size newborn to 2T,
bouncer, activity gym,
mens clothes, kitchen
items% glass ware and
lots of extras. Take US
.301 west to CR 125
West exactly 5.0 miles,
R turns sharply to right,
take dirt road straight
ahead, 2nd driveway on
left, follow signs. Lost
call 904-782-3790
YARD SALE SAT ONLY!
May 6th 8am to 3pm.
7715 NW CR 233; Mor-
gan Rd area. Furniture,
housewares clothes,:
005cs, plants,
lawnmower, nissan
truck, & much more.
4 FAMILY YARD SALE
May 5th, 8am to 1pmrh,
Niniendo 664, games,
toys hermeis. computer
stuff, household, etc.
1234 Blanding St.
53 B Keystone
Yard Sales
SAT MAY 6TH, 8am Over
30 VHS voieos 25 cents
lo$1 each. tools. fishing
tackle, 5 large Ola mir.
rors Shop Smiln Mark V
system w.th manuals,
misc items Highridge
Estates, From SR 21 go
E on 100, 1/4 mile on
left. Follow blue & white
signs.
FRI & SAT 8Sam to 2pm,


moving, everything must
go. Approx 4 miles east
of red light on SR 100 to
South Jasmine Ave. Fol-
low signs.
53 C Lake
Butler Yard
Sales
SAT 8AM TO'2PM. First
United Methodist of Lake
Butler>-345 W. Main St.
Book cases, small furni-
ture, clothes,;household
items, baked goods, cold
drinks. Youth Fundraiser.
ESTATE CARPORT SALE
Fri & Sat, 8:30 til 5pm.
Antiques, collectibles, &
much, much more. Rain
or shine. 16597 SE 83rd
Way. S 231 to VFW Rd,
follow signs.
55 Wanted
WANTED GOOD HUNT-


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


ERS 7200+ acres in
Nahunta Georgia, prime
hunting of deer, hog, tur-
key, coon, and more.
Privately owned, dues
$800 per year. Contact
Joe Wilson at 904-838-
5915 or 386-496-3323.
LOOKING FOR used or
new items for family in
need. We can use any-
thing. Call 386-965-
0127.
57 For Sale
CHERRY ENTERTAIN-
MENT center, 34 x 76.
Excellent condition,
$400 OBO. Call 904-
964-5736, leave a mes-
sage.
FULL SIZE ELECTRIC
adjustable bed, $200.
Call 386-496-3504 after
6pm.
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 boxspring
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-
struction. 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. .
7' x 14' TRACTOR/
CATTLE trailer, $1200.
7' Chopper, $450. 48"
Yazoo, mower, $450.
Call 904-964-6565
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.


I Bill Morgan and Jack Plossh
Phone: 904-964-7399
Cell: 904-591-9377 or 904-219-4648
3085 SE 113" Way Starke, FL 32091
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BED-QUEEN orthopedic
Pillowtop mattress and
box. Name brand, new in
plastic, with warranty.
Can deliver. Sacrifice
$100. Call 352-372-
8588.
CONCEALED WEAPONS
permit course. 1 hour
$35 for individual or
group. call 904-964-
5019.
59 Personal
Services
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.
FLORIDA CREDIT UNION
has money to lend for
M.H. & land packages.
1-800-284-1144.
CUSTOM CUTS Lawn &
Landscape, customized
lawn care, sod, trim-
ming, landscape design.
Reasonable rates, free
estimates. Commercial
& residential. Licensed


618 N. Lake St. Starke, FL
3 BR/I BA, CH/A, 1944 sq. ft. 1949 original Ocala block with concrete
interior walls, ceiling fans throughout, hardwood floors, ceramic tile,
Berber carpet, Crown molding and other interior upgrades, new interior
paint throughout, artist painted fish mural in child's BR, huge back deck,
beautiful landscaping, Bay doors to back deck, 9 ft. privacy fence in back,
new roof in 2005, 1-car garage, storage shed. Walking distance to schools,
washer/dryer and stove stay. THIS HOUSE IS A MUST SEE!

r119,000
Call(904) 964-7162 or (904) 226-1863
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Big Antiques, Collectibles & some Household Auction
Fri., May 5, 2006 7:00 p.m.
Comejoin us at ourlst Auction at the Lion's Club.
From Keystone Heights go South on SR 21 to Orchid, turn right. Friendship Bible Church will be on you right. Go up
the hill, Lions Club will be on the right just before the grade school Watch for signs.
Dep. walnut dining room set w/table & 6 chairs, buffet & side board, early 1900's side-by-side china
cabinet/slant front desk, several early wall clocks, china cabinet, Singer sewing machine base, old school desk,
1950's sewing chair, old mirrors, new potting bench, National organ w/stool, leather topped coffee & end
tables, other wood end tables, cherry bench, walnut table & 4 chairs, newer love seat, 1973 Big Shot pinball
machine & Gottliebs Continental Cafe pinball machine... 1920's?
Crocks, Lenox, Fenton, McCoy Jardinaire, crystal bowls, old pottery, Federal glass snack sets in original
box, old punch sets in original box, vintage toys, art glass, butterfly display, Red Man picnic basket, silver
plate, old photos & post cards, Shawnee vase, crystal lamps, chandelier, vintage baskets, vintage purses.
vintage pens, oil lamps, pictur'e,/conve\ glass.. m
Fishing poles. lures. bail buckets. viniage.photos. 140. m:p, .of Clay Co., baseballl c.rds. 14 ki gold. [17
jewel waich, wedding band set, costumejlewelry, old oil can,, old \\ inchester & ammi boxes, cast irron pols &
pans, old Chrisimas items, old trains, old 78 records some colored. plus 33 1,3 records, 8-trjck player
w/lapes, advertising memorabilia, Eastern Airlines suitcase; early Treasure Island book, 1933 Red Cross First
Aid book plus other old books, 1911-1940's minutes of New River Missionary Baptist Assn., 1932 Fla Bjplisi
Annual, old tools, old small appliances in original boxes, R.R. conductors log books from 1800's to I90s.
Long Tom shotgun, garden tools, Kitchen Aid mixer, gas blower, 3 hp commercial edger, size 14 roller blades,
stereo systems.
COINS: Slabbed Morgan silver dollars, Peace dollars, mint sets, proof sets & more. T-his is a VERY small
listing. There are over 500 lots. You won't want to miss this one!
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very ridable by experienced rider. Very beautiful animal, 15-16
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65 Help
Wanted
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 Must!
Fax resume to 904-275-
.3292 or call 904-275-
4960, EOE.
CAMP COUNSELORS,
lifeguards (will train),
nurses, arts/crafts direc-
tor, equestrian staff. Min.
age 18. Salary + meals
S & housing. 6/5-7/30.
%800-347-2688 or
dridgway@girlscouts-
gateway.org.
APPLICATIONS being
Accepted for the execu-
tive director's positoin at
ithe union county hous-
ing authority. Forward
resume wiln quiflications
4o Union County Hous-
Ing Authority. Board of
Commissioners. 715
West Main Street. Lake
:Butler, Florida 32054.
.Resume must be re-
ceived no later than May
:19, 2006 by 4 00pm
SjIMMER RECREATION
'AIDE City of Starke is
looking for individualss to
:supervise ano assist in
all aclivilites and pro-
,grams Supervise .and
-Stimumale interest among
,children in various types
-ol sports, ans & crafts,
!games special arts and
chaperon field tnps As-
sist in developing the
recrecrealional program
for the assigned area or
activity. With the ability
.to lead. and instruct chil-
tdren in assinged recre-
'anonal activities with the
aoilily to maintain
.descipline and to solve
disciplinary problems
'Individuals must be able
to establish and maintain
.effective working
'relaTinships witn the pub-
iic of all age levels Indi-
'viduals must communi-
cale cidarly and
.concisley. orally and in
wring. Must be 18 years
old or Older in good
'health, with good physi-
'cal stamina. Will be
:working inside and out-
:side. Apply at City Hall.-
MOBILE HOME set up
.man needed, please call
."352-468-2959.
BARNES HC SVCS/
Optioncare is seeking a
"delivery technician for
'medical equipment de-
liveries/setups in
.Bradford and surround-
:ing counties. Good'driv-
ling record Meadca
:equipmenuO2 exp pre
'lerred On call noursap-
;ply. Part time/PRN work
,rom 5:30pm to 9:30 pm.
Apply in person, for fax
.resume to 904-368-
P751, 1548 A South Wa-
ter St, Starke. Drug Free
.Workplace/EOE. Barnes
HtC Svcs/Optioncare.
.Must be 21 or older.
GILMAN BUILDING Prod-
!ucts company is accept-
ing applications for
iStoreroom Trainee at the
:Sawmill located in Lake
iButler. 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 & 401K, dental &
.health insurance, paid
vacation, holidays & pro-
motional opportunities.
.Interested applicants
:should apply in person
,Monday Thruugh Friday
:from 8:00am to 3:30pm
.at the front office. .
STAFF ACCOUNTANT
,The Baker County Clerk
-of Courts Office has an
-opening for an entry
level staff accountant.
|Responsivilities will in-
:clude A/P, A/R, credit
card processing, data
entry, inventory, assist
with monthly G/L entries,
and financial statements
.preparation & project
.analysis. Degree re-
Squired, experience pre-
ferred. Excellent ben-
efits. Apply in person at
Ithe Clerk's Offie or mail
;resume to 339 E.
Macclenny Ave.
Macclenny FL, 32063.
PART TIME position avail-
:able at the Keystone
Heights Ariport. Must
Spouses a valid FL Driv-
:ers License, must be


able to work outdoors.
Will be required to do
yard and building main-
tenance, and operator
lawn and tractor equip-
ment. 16 to 20 hours per
week. hours will include
Sundays Applications
are available at the Key.-
stone Airport, 7100 Air.
port Road Starke, FL
32091.-
LEGALASSISTANT/SEC-
RETARY with real estate
experience needed for a
fast pace law firm 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 pay for expe-'
rience. Apply in person
at HWY 121 at 1050 SE
6th St, or call 1-800-486-
S7504.
LAWN WORKER
NEEDED, must have
good drivers license and
own transportation, train
for lead man, with at
least 6 months commrer-
cial exp. Call Larry at
352-473-2542.
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
liom delivery trucks by
hand or forki.t, pull stock
from shelves for all de-
partments and advise
Director of Purchasing
when stock Tiems are
low, keep stock ware-
house clean and safe,
responsible for fuel facil-
ity readings and log.
open all gates aaily in
Ine maintenance yard
and perform oiner duties
as directed Employee
. works under direct su-
pervision of the Director
of Purchasing. Must
nave 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
609 North Orange
Street, Starke Florida
and return to same. Ap-
plications will be ac-
cepted thru the close of
business on Friday May
5, 2006. The City of
Starke is and EOE.
BARN HELP NEEDED, PT
in exchange for studio
apartment. Call 904-
964-2325
DAIRFARM LABOR-
ERS., haraworking e-
pendable transportation,
shift work, holidays &
weekends. For more in-
formation call 386-462-.
1016.
COME JOIN THE FAMILY-
like atmosphere and
work at Windsor Manor.
Open positions for
CNA's and dietary aids.
Fill out applications at
602 E Laura St., Starke
32091 or fax resume to
904-964-6621. Call 904-
964-3383 for appoint-
ment. EEOC/DFWP.
PLUMBERS APPREN-,
TICE needed for office in
Alachua, Steve Wilson
Plumbing Inc. Call 386-
462-7016.
EXPERIENCED SMALL'
engine mechanic
needed. Full time or part
time, pay based on abil-
ity. Must have own tools.
Lake Butler work place.
Please call for interview
applontment, 386-496-
2651.
OTR DRIVER must have
2 years exp, clean MVR,
must pass DOT & Drug
tests. Call 352-473-
9790, references.
DUMP TRUCK DRIVER
needed for local work.
'Clean class B license.
Call 352-468-1512 or
352-745-6722.
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.
HELP WANTED Hampton
House childcare needs
responsible person to
work with children. Apply
in person, Division Ave.
or call 352-468-2581.
ASSISTANT MANAGER
oversee small group
home setting. Must have


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medical, child care, or
other related fieldBack-
ground and drug test
required. Good pay with
benefits. Apply ARC of
Bradford 1351 S. Water
St., Starke FL 32091.
Call 904-964-7699.
COURT RECORDS'Con-
tractor Nationwide com-
pany seeks experienced
Independent contractor,
to collect public record
information at the court.
Must have knowledge of
Civil, Judgements and
Tax Liens. Laptop re-
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_ production. Please fax
resume to 866-293-
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CUSTODIAN PT child care
center in.Melrose has
immediate opening for
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aher closing Approx 1 nr
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monin Center supplies
all equipment Contact
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2132
CITY OF KEYSTONE
Heights seeks a part
time employee to work
approximately 24 nours
weekly Applicant must
have a valid rivers -li
cense Apply at City Hall.
555 S Lawrence Blvd
Keystone Heights,
Florida. For more infor-
mation call 352-473-
4807 JOD descriptions.
are available at City Hall
Position is open until
filled Job stans immedi-
ately EOE
DRIVER- ARE YOU get-
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crease' Roeni drivers
are paid more witn prac-
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CLERK Data entry
scheduling and filing.
must have good phone
skills. Hendricks Turf,
Starke 904-964-2231
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tronics, computers, ma-
chine repair. HS grads
under 34, willing to relo-
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full benefits. Call 800-
342-8123 or 800-843-
2189.
DRIVERS GREAT PAY,
bonus program!. Solo's
Avg $900-$1100wk.
Teams guaranteed 5200
miwkly. Owner/Ops wel-
come. CDL-A 2yrs. Exp.
required. Anita at 800-
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Green NHA
6220 for a
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skilled Nursi
now accept
tions for LPNf
3/11 & 11/7:
in person a
Terrace, 808
Rd. Starke,
904-964-62
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weekend, 80% drop & and stair i
hook, sign; on bonus, throughout
health & dental, paid va- $12 00 per
cation, rider:, 90 days B
program(immediate). screening re
CDL/A 2 yrs OTR.. hardworking
Snoreline Transporta- need apply
tion. Call 877-208-9176. 473-0185 b
ONE ON:ONE caretaker Monday-Fr
for disabled elderly adult leave ames
in a small group home BUS DRIVER
setting WilI assist with County. Mu!
home care hygiene, able. able to
Musl have 1 year of ex- Flonda Clas
experience In medical, license, no
clild care or other re- Iions ApplyE
laled field. Background River Ecom
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Good pay within benefits Blvd. Stark
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Starke FL 32091 Call PART TIME
904-964-7699. M&S Bank
ONE ON ONE caretaker pan-time tel
for disabled adult. Ser- -stone office.
vices provided in adults y ears teller
nome or in the commu, years teller
nily Will assist with utrted Hea
home care hygiene dng red Hea
Must have 1 year of ex. any M & S B
perience in medical., EOE/AAnyM&/
child care or other re- Work at home
lasted field Background computer,
and drug test required. connection,
Personal vehicle infor- MSOfnfceI
mal.on must be pro- noatei pe
vided Full time 2-8 PM senate pet
Full benefits and ex- office work
pense reimbersement sume in qc
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Water Si Starke FL areas Start
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SHOP HELP NEEDED, fi-
berglass manufacturing
and trimming will train.
Full time 40 hour week.
Apply in person at U S
Body Source, 1.5 miles
South of Hampton on
CR 325.
CARE. GIVER 2 years
experience working with
elderly or disabled cli-
ents. 2 or 3 days per
week Su-El s Retire-
ment Home. Hampton.
Phone 352-468-2619
NURSERY HELP
NEEDED, weedpulling.
fertilizing etc Full time
40 hour week. Apply in
person at U S Body.-
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of Hampton on CR 325
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now hiring the following
positions Crew leaders.
equipment operators. la-
Oorers, Class A CDL
anvers, mechanics- valid
Drivers license a Musl!
Fax resume lo904-275-,
3292 or call 904-275-
4960, EOE
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VA MOUNTAINS 5
acres with frontage on
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Owner (866)789-8535
www.mountainsofVA.co
m.
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www.ianebaerrealty.com
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