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Publication Date: February 26, 2009
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Noteworthy


Lawtey family
night Friday
Lawtey Community School will
host a Bingo for Books family night
tomorrow, Friday, Feb. 27.
Dinner will be served from 6-6:45
p.m. From 7-8 p.m., families can play
bingo and win free books.
A.11 children must be accompanied by
an adult or guardian.



Waldo citizens
plan cultural
event
Waldo Concerned Citizens for the
Community will present its seventh
annual "A Cultural Affair" event
Saturday, Feb. 28, at 11 a.m.
The event is a celebration of African-
American heritage featuring art,
displays and food tasting that will
begin at Philadelphia Baptist Church
on Northeast 148th Avenue and proceed
to the Waldo Community Center before
returning to the church.
For more information, please call
(352) 226-9610.



Learn to garden
vegetables
The Bradford County Extension
'Office will host a workshop on
gardening vegetables Saturday, Feb. 28,
from 8:30 a.m. to noon.
This workshop will provide the
foundation for a Master' Gardener
education team that specializes in home
gardening and food production. The
team will be working throughout the
county to help people learn how.taosave
money and eat healthy by vegetable
i ..gardening.
Seating is limited. Call (904) 966-
6299 to register.




Sign up for
YMCA fishing
tournament
The Bradford-Union YMCA bass
fishing tournament will be held
Saturday, March 28, at the Kingsley
Lake Boat Ramp in Camp Blanding.
Participants must pre-register by
eontacqing the YMCA at (904) 964-
9622 or visiting them at their facility at
452 N Temple Ave. in Starke.
There will be cash prizes for winners.
Entry is $100 per boat for two fishermen.
Additional. fishermen are $50 each.
There will be a five fish limit. Penalties
for late return, dead or undersized fish.
Check-in and inspection is at 6 a.m.
Weigh-in begins at 3 p.m.
Proceeds benefit the Bradford-Union.
YMCA scholarship program.,



Healthy Start
meeting March 3
The Bradford County Healthy Start,
Program will be hosting a get-together
for new moms and moms-to-be. There
will be food, drinks, gift giveaways
and the chance to meet other moms
in your community. The group will
be discussing important topics that
concern families.
The meeting will take place at the
Bradford County Health Department
on Tuesday, March 3, at 6 p.m. Please
call (904) 964-7732 and let the health
department know you plan to attend.




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Brooker teen dies in head-on collision


Sabrina Dianne Underwood, 17, of
Brooker died Feb. 18 in an afternoon
traffic crash on S.R. 100 about three
miles west of Starke.
Underwood was driving a 2005
Dodge four-door west on S.R. 100.
John Tyler Osteen, 19, of Lake Butler
was driving a 2003 Ford pickup east on
S.R. 100.
According to the crash report by
Florida Highway Patrol Trooper A.L.
Cummings, for some unknown reason,
Osteen's vehicle crossed the centerline
into the westbound lane. The left front
of Osteen's vehicle struck the left front
of Underwood's vehicle.
Underwood died at the scene and
Osteen was transported by Bradford
County Emergency Medical Services
to Shands UF with serious injuries.
Charges are pending further
investigation.
Damage to the Ford was estimated


Sabrina Underwood


at $7,500. Damage to the Dodge was
estimated at $4,500.
Underwood was the daughter of John
Underwood and Antoinette Riccitelli.
She attended the First United Methodist
Church of Starke and was a captain in
the Bradford High School Junior ROTC
program.


She is survived by her parents;
siblings, Cody and Breanna Underwood;
grandparents Landon and Lillian
Underwood, Diane Cole and Jim
Coyne; and aunts and uncles, Brian and
Mary Finley, Lonnie and Gloria Cribbs,
Landon Underwood, and Elizabeth
Riccitelli.
Funeral services were held Feb. 23
at Highland Baptist Church. Interment
followed in -lighland Baptist Church
Cemetery. Arrangements were under
the care of Archie Tanner Funeral
Services of Starke.


Benefit planned for.
Underwood family
A benefit concert for the Underwood
family will take place at the Bradford
County Fairgrounds tomorrow, Friday,
Feb. 27, from 5-9 p.m. Admission will
be $5. There will be door prizes, and


tickets will be sold for a 50/50 drawing
($1 per ticket, or get six tickets for $5)
There will be food and drinks, and live
bands playing will include Embrace the
Empire, Twisted Affliction, Formatta,
Unknown Avenger and others to be
announced.
The benefit is beipg hosted by Tricia
Ford, a senior at Bradford High, who
knew Sabrina Underwood through
her friendship with her sister. She said
she was trying to raise money through
the benefit to help the family pay for
funeral costs.
"I'm hoping to get as many people as
I can out there," she said.
One of Underwood's best friends,
Alyssa Cline, is also assisting with the
benefit. She said her friend Sabrina was
full of life, dedicated, hardworking and
frank in speaking her mind.
"I couldn't ask for a better friend,
honestly," Cline said.


Cable out as middle school principal


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph'Editor

Bradford Middle School's principal
has submitted his. resignation amid
allegations of wrongdoing, but some
are reportedly unhappy with the
superintendent'g move to oust him.
Superintendent Beth Moore would
only say that.it came to her attention
that 'there had been a "student grade
issue" involving Jeff Cable, who has
served as principal at the middle school
since 2005.
"After I conducted an investigation,
based on what I learned, I felt .that
there had been a potential violation of
the code of ethics," Moore said, but
she did not wish-to further clarify the

The superintendent offered. Cable
the 'opportunity to resign, rather than'
face a suspension and recommended
termination, and because he accepted
that option, she said she wanted to keep
as much as she could\ about the issue
confidential.
"I think he's a fine man and he's
done a good job at the middle school,
so I don't in any way want to make any
accusations that would sound like I am
slandering him," Moore said.
The school board accepted Cable's
letter of resignation at its meeting
Monday afternoon, although it does not


Jeff Cable

become effective until June 30. Between
now and then, the board authorized
a paid leave of absence during which
time he will receive the balance of his
sick and vacation pay.-(This falls 10.8
days short of covering his full salary for
that time period.)
Randy Whytsell, the human resources
director for the district, has been placed
in charge of tlIe middle school as
interim principal. Whytsell has served
as principal, at Starke Elementary
School and Bradford High School in
the past.
See CABLE page 12A


* Board decides to hear
Uribe, but case may be
settled
On Monday, school board attorney
John Cooper attempted to clarify
confusion over whether or not it was up
to an 'employee or the board to decide
whether the board or an administrative
law judge hears appeals on personnel
matters.
The attorney for high school Spanish
teacher Rubin Uribe, who has been
suspended without pay, has petitioned
the board to turn his appeal over to an
administrative judge. The question has
been whether or not it was really up to
Uribe or the, board to decide the forum.
Language in the union contract
seems to place the right to make that
call in the hands of the employee. The
contract also says those hearings will be
conducted pursuant to a particular state
statute, and that statute says selection of
the hearing forum is the board's call.
While there is a gray area, Cooper
said he believes the board has the right
to hear the case and he believes he could
successfully defend that right in court if
it came to that.
Cooper advised the board that
possible action had been discussed if
it decided to hear the case. A charge
alleging unfair labor practices could


be brought against the board, meaning
the board would have to go through
an arbitration process with the union
before Uribe's case is ever heard.
Still the attorney indicated that this
would likely take less time and money
than turning the matter, over to an
administrative law judge.
School Board Member Vivian
Chappell and Cooper pointed out that
the board would have to make the final
decision on Uribe's case even if a judge
heard his case. That judge only makes a
recommendation based on the evidence
presented during the hearing. It's still
up to the board whether or not to follow
that recommendation.
Chappell.said the board has heard
these matters in the past and asked if
there was an advantage to bringing in a
third party. Cooper said he didn't know
if there was an advantage from the
board's perspective.
School Board Member David Smith
said the board is perfectly capable
of hearing the case and making the
decision without outside help, and the
board decided unanimously to hear
the appeal, although Cooper added
there had been some discussion of a
settlement that would make any hearing
unnecessary.
Cooper also said cleaning up the

See URIBE page 12A


Bill Phillips, Clay Electric Co-op's CEO, dies


BY JAMES WILLIAMS
Monitor Editor


William C. (Bill) Phillips, 62, Clay
Electric Cooperative's general manager
and chief executive officer, died on Feb.
20 at Tulane Medical Center in. New
SOrleans following a mishap on Feb. 16
while attending a conference. Phillips
was hospitalized, after choking while
eating dinner.
Phillips lived in the Lake Region all
of his life, Theressa especially,.and had
worked for Clay Electric since he was
19 years old.
He had 43 years of service and had
served as general manager and CEO of
the Keystone Heights-based cooperative
since December 1988.
A populist, Phillips also described
himself as an ultraconservative who
tried to remain as accessible as possible
to employees and co-op members
alike. He was proud of the fact that he
answered his own phone.
"There's two things that I emphasize
to the members that we have to do to
survive.... One of those is to provide
very competitive rates, and the other
one is what I refer to as providing
excellent customer service," Phillips
told the Monitor in 2004.
He was not hostile to renewable
energy resources, like wind and solar,
both of which made visible appearances
at -the company's. annual meetings.
However, Phillips also said he saw their
potential as limited,


Instead, '
Phillips
expressed
support for fuel
celldevelopment
and spearheaded
a campaign for
what he believed
to be clean coal '
technology. He
chided Gov. .
Charlie Crist,
who squelched .
plans to build a
high tech clean '. .
coal power plant
to supplement
Seminole
Power, the co-
op's provider.
"Coal is
our biggest
resource,"
Phillips said.
"There are
environmental Bill
things with coal
but yet there's
an abundant supply of it." he told the
Monitor.
Clay Electric Cooperative's
headquarters are located in Keystone
Heights and the company is the area's
second largest employer. (Only the
county school board is larger.)
At peak employment, the cooperative
also provided more than 500 jobs
to residents in numerous counties in


Phillips


Northeastern
Florida.
Phillips
told the
Monitor, "We
have over
12,000 miles
of line to
serve 145,000
customers. ,
We have about
12 member-
customers
per mile of
line." The
co-op sees
more than
$200 million
in annual
revenue and
has more thqn
$150 million
in assets,
Phillips
worked
hard to keep


consumer
costs down,
with rates below Florida Power and
Light or Gainesville Regional Utilities,
but just above Jacksonville Electric
Authority's pricing structure.
During Phillips' tenure as CEO,
he saw annual growth of 20 percent
in residential accounts, especially in
northern Clay County, with significant
staff increases to keep up with the
pace.


As building growth began to slump,
the cooperative started to shed jobs,
cutting positions by about 20 percent
over a five-year period and outsourcing
routine maintenance along the power
lines.
As much as possible, Phillips was
devoted to cutting staff through attrition.
He told the Monitor he was as devoted
to his employees as he was committed
to the co-op idea.
Phillips encouraged Clay Electric
employees to get involved with their
communities and was proud of company
contributions to local causes. He was
a long-time member of the Keystone
Heights Rotary Club and a member of
Hope Baptist Church.
Following the Feb. 16 mishap, Phillips
was in a coma for several days. The
cooperative's board of trustees selected
Bill Thompson, the co-op's director of
district operations, to serve as interim
general manager and CEO.
"We are deeply saddened by Bill's
passing," said Angus Hastings, president
of the co-op's board of trustees. "I knew
Bill for over 40 years, and he always
had the best interest of Clay Electric
in mind. We'll miss his leadership and
friendly demeanor."
The family requested that funeral
arrangements be kept private. Phillips is
survived by his wife, Debby, whom he
married just last year. Other survivors
include children and grandchildren by
a previous marriage.


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Bradford schools recognize their outstanding teachers


BY TERESA STONE IRWIN
T77im"' Sta/'f Writer
Every \ ear each school
recocni[es ain outstanding
educator as its Teacher of the
Year. As noted last week, Bradford
Middle School's Chad Farnsworth
was selected for districtwide
honors. Other teachers selected
by their schools included:
Brooker Elementary School:
Christine Guggenheimer
Christine Guggenheimer
attended Newberr\ High School
in Gainesville, graduating in the
top 10 percent of her class. She
attended the University of Florida
and graduated with honors
in 2007 with her bachelor's
degree in elementary education.
Guggenheimer has been employed
at Brooker Elementary School
since 2006 and is a third-grade
teacher.
Her professional associations
include serving on the schools'
reading council and school
advisorycommittee,the University
of Florida's Student Reading
Council and as a community
service coordinator at UF.
Principal Lynn Melvin said
Guggenheimer works diligently
and conscientiously to meet the
individual needs of all students in
her classroom. Guggenheimer's
third-grade classes have
consistently received above the
state average FCAT scores in
reading and math. In fact, Melvin
said for the past two years,
SGuggenheimer's third-grade
students have scored the highest
in the district for math on the
FCAT.
Fellow teacher Carol Clark
described Guggenheimer as one
who goes beyond the call of duty,
a highly motivated teacher who
truly enjoys teaching. Another
fellow teacher, Gail Cook, who
served as mentor to Guggenheimer
during her first year of teaching,
said that the Teacher of the Year
is able to handle discipline,
cooperative learning centers and
differentiated instruction, all the
while making it look easy.
Intheclassroom,Guggenheimer
uses a blend of structured time and
student decision-making time.
For example, there are specific
ways of completing assignments,
walking in the hallways and
transitioning in the classroom.
On the other hand, she allows
students to choose the way in


which-they like to complete their
work, whether it is sitting on the
floor, using colored pencils or
listening to music.
As a learning tool for
improving classroom instruction,
(Guggenheimer keeps a journal
every school year and looks at
it as she plans for the upcoming
school year. In her journal, she
keeps good ideas that she wants
to incorporate such as strategies
to teacher different topics as well
as ideas on how to improve on
past lessons she taught.
Hampton Elementary
School: Kellie Clark
Kellie Clark attended the
University of North Florida
where she received her bachelor's
in education in 1991. Between
1992 and 1997, she attended
various post-graduate courses in
speech and language development
including early language
development at the university.
She began her teaching career
in the district in 1991, first as a
fourth-grade teacher at Starke
Elementary School, then she
spent six years as a speech and
language teacher for several
schools in the district. In 1999, she
began working solely at Hampton
Elementary, first in the computer
lab as a second- and third-grade
combination teacher. She is now
a first-grade teacher.
Today, Clark said, teachers can
be the most constant adult in the
life of a young child, also serving
the implied roles of parent, friend
and counselor. Last school year,
the average SAT-10 reading score
for students before they entered
Clark's class was 73.6 percent. At
the end of her school year with the
students, that average held true at
72 percent. The average SAT-10
math scores for students before
entering Clark's classroom was
58.7 percent. At the end of third
grade, the average student score
was 79.8 percent.
Principal Rick Stephens said
Clark has worked extremely hard
on curriculum issues for the first-
grade students.
"Mrs. Clark's' impact on
Hampton Elementary is positive
as you can see by the support of
the staff in representing her as
our Teacher of the Year. She is
concerned with all students and
communicates well with parents
and other staff."
Fellow teacher Claudette
Frees said that although Clark's


Teacher of the Year; winners present to receive their
award certificates before the school board were
(above) Christine Guggenheimer (Brooker), Kellie Clark
(Hampton), Spencer Torpstra (BHS), Laura Dunn (Starke),
Nancy Selph (Lawtey), (at right) Yvette Key (Southside)
andi Jeff Ledger (Career Tech). Not pictured: Henry
Anderson (Renaissance).


primary duties are educational,
she is alwhvays willing to help with
any activity related to the good
of students and staff at Hampton
Elementary School.
"Kellie keeps up wivih the
curriculum, scientific research
and areas of student achievement,
mindful of the things in the
personal lives of students that
may disrupt their learning. I don't
think I could function very well
without her on our first-grade
team," Frees said.
Bradford High School:
Spencer Terpstra
Spencer Terpstra received a
bachelor's degree in business
communications from Calvin
College in Grand Rapids, Mich.,
in 2000 and his master's degree
in counseling from Spring Arbor
University in Grand Rapids in
2006.
Terpstra is in his third year as
a counselor at Bradford High
School. His role as a guidance
counselor is to provide a
comprehensive guidance program
that meets academic, career and
personallsocial needs for all


students. Through classroom
visits, Terpstra educates and
advises students on academics,
graduation packets, scholarship,
financial aid and completing
FAFSA forms.
A major issue in public
education today, Terpstra said, is
the lack of parental participation
in the high schools. He believes
that one cause for this is the belief
that high school students need to
start doing things for themselves;
however, research continues to
show the importance of parental
involvement at all levels of their
child's education.
Terpstra uses a combination
of strategies to assist in student
learning. He uses credit checks,
FCAT chats, after-school
tutoring, letters to parents, phone
tree messages, business cards
and parent contact logs. Credit
checks are sheets that contain
all graduation requirements, and
students and parents can see what
classes have been completed and
which ones are still needed for
graduation. Terpstra gives his
business card to every student and


parent so that they all have his
contact information at a glance.
In addition, he keeps track
of every parent he calls so there
is a record of attempts to keep
parents informed of their child's
progress.
"I involve parents by calling
them. writing letters, handing
out m\ cards, running ads in the
nec\spaper and posting notices
on the school's marquee. I am
beginning to see a little more


parental involvement this year,"
Terpstra said.
"A guidance counselor suCh
as Spencer is hard to come by;"
said Principal Lisa Graham. "He
performs numerous tasks that are
outside his job description without
any hesitation."
BHS reading coach Donna Tewv
used the adjectives professional!.
student-driven and hard working

See TEACH page 3A

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TEACH
Continued from Page 2A

:to describe Terpstra.
Starke Elementary School:
Laura Dunn
Laura Dunn graduated from
:Nova Southeastern University in
'Fort Lauderdale with a bachelor's
degree in elementary education
:in 1993. She is a 14-year veteran
teacher at Starke Elementary
SSchool.
She began teaching in Bradford
,County as an ESE teacher for
,grades 1-5 at Starke Elementa'ry
.School, then became as Title I
teading and math teacher, first-
-grade teacher and now teaches
second grade.
Prior to coming to the district,
M'lunn taught in three othercounties
rji Florida. She has served on the
SSOAR,TAC, Hospitality and Title
:I committees as well as being a
:member of the Positive Behavior
;Support team.
: Dunp feels that a major
[stumbling block that educators
face is the diverse socioeconomic
-backgrounds prevalent in today's
,society.
"First, we must understand the
type of home life each student is
;coming from, then we can begin
:to take into account the various
.factors that either enhance or
:weaken the learning processes,"'
:Dunn said.
Dunn teaches several guided
reading groups daily. The reading
groups are determined by data
nAollected from weekly lesson tests
_i'd fluency checks.
="My students know that
according to their improvements,
Aey will move in and out of the
various guided groups throughout
!he school year, and knowing this
':as motivated all of my students
to try their very best."
Students use daily planners to
keep the doors of communication
,open to parents. A businessman in
.the community volunteers to read
:to student in her classroom on a
regular basis.
--Principal Christine. Reddish
said when Dunn's students move
on to third grade, she has taught
them the necessary academic,
social and personal skills they
ijll need to be successful.
,"Her warm, caring attitude and
perpetual smile make those around
her feel uplifted and positive. Her
bubbly personality is infectious to
.her students and their learning."
Reading coach Sherree Alvarez
said Dunn engages in a variety of
strategies in the classroom, and
she especially likes her use 6f
quiet background music during
small group time and the way.she
has students orally explain, how
they are solving a math problem.
'"Students are able to apply the
vocabulary to the math process
they are explaining, increasing
their comprehension."
|Dunn tells students there are no
bad children, only bad choices,
aitd they have the ability to
change.
Lawtey Community School:
S Nancy Selph
Nancy Selph has worked as
a 2fifth-grade inclusion teacher
anfd as an after-school tutoring
teacher since 2005. Prior to her
career in Bradford. County, Selph
was a schoolteacher at Lake City
Christian Academy in Lake City
frOm 1999-2001..


Selph received a bachelor's organized, stimulating, creative
degree in social work from Aurora and motivating," he said. When
University in Illinois in 1989. visiting her classroom, Tew said,
She completed the Alternative it is evident that the environment
Certification Program -through is a happy one.
NEFEC in April 2008. Renaissance Center:
Selph is a member of the Henry Anderson
Bradford Education Association HehryAndersonhasanextensive
and is Laiqtey C'omtl'n'ity, teaching car^( dating back 36
School's chairperson of the schoo! years. Anderksh graduated from
advisory counsel and is a DIBELS Benedict College in Columbia,
team member, DASRAC member S.C., with a bachelor's degree in
and math committee member, elementary education in 1972. In
Sheisalsoateacherforchildren 2000, he received his masters
ages 9-12 at her church, Victory degree in educational leadership
Chapel Christian Fellowship from Florida A&M University.
Church in Starke. Sheworked with During his career, he worked
the Northeast Florida Educational as an elementary and middle
Consortium as a trainer for the school, teacher in Putnam and
Students Understanding Math and Alachua counties, as well as a
Science since 2006. youth counselor at theAlachua
"Nancy has been instrumental Recreation Department.
in providing positive results in Anderson also worked at
the 2007 FCATs in both math and the North Florida Evaluation
science for the fifth-graders at Treatment Center in Gainesville,.
Lawtey Community School," said providing education guidance and
Paula Hollingsworth, NEFEC counseling to the criminally insane
program development and training and also at Lancaster Correctional
specialist. Institution in Trenton as a'Title I
As an educator, Selph believes teacher instructing and counseling
she must incorporate lessons inmates.
that will intrigue the kinesthetic, Anderson brought all of, this
visual, auditory and reading/ experience with him when he
writing learners, joined the staff at the Renaissance
"A student who is not engaged Center in 2000, instructing middle
in the information being presented and high school students that have
is a student who will not grasp the acted inappropriately in a regular
concept being taught," she said. school setting.
"Concepts taught today must-be.. Anderson hasi., been '.al to
relevant to the lives of students improve student learning by being
tomorrow." aware of the diverse cultural and
Selph said that there is truly socioeconomic backgrounds,
a. need for accountability and learning styles and special needs
assessment for students, however, of students in the classroom.
a valid assessment cannot occur Andersonsaidthatimplementing
as a one-time test. effective behavior management
It is her position that too much techniques in the classroom is
weight is placed on the FCAT critical because lifelong values
as a measurement of a student's and attitudes are established
learning gains. She .feels that through the enforcement of school
student and teacher accountability rules and following the student
of what is being taught and learned code of conduct.
would be better served through In addition, high levels of
use of continual tests given three parental communication is needed
to four times a year. to prevent unwanted classroom
Selph said implementing SUMS issues and to maintain acceptable


curriculum has done wonders for
her students' math and science
scores. In three months time, her
students showed a 15 percent
increase in learning gains on math
ThinkLink progress monitoring
tests. The students also showed
a whopping 40 percent increase
in student scores in science
according to ThinkLink progress
monitoring tests.
Principal David Tew said in just
four short years as a classroom
teacher, Selph has demonstrated
skills of a master teacher.
"Her lessons are well-planned,


levels of respectin the classroom.
Southside Elementary:
Yvette Key
Yvette Key attended the
University of South Florida in
Tampa where she graduated in
1973 with a bachelor's degree in
.mental retaroition.
In 1979, she received her
master's degree in specific
learning disabilities from the
University of Florida.
She has taught exceptional
student education for more than
36 years, 21 of those at Southside
Elementary School. Priortoserving
students in Bradford County,
Key worked with physically
handicapped students in Orlando,
severe emotionally handicapped
students in Thomasville, GA, and
exceptional students in resource
room settings in Lake Butler.
"A child's parent or guardian is
that child's first teacher, no matter
how much education that parent'
has completed. One of the major
issues in public education, today
is that many children arriving at
the schools without basic tools
needed to survive in society."
Ideas such as sharing, following
instructions, being polite and
speaking in a pleasant and quiet
tone are incomprehensible to some
youth today. Key believes that the
teachers and staff who work with
these students must model this
and other behaviors if students'
are expected to learn acceptable
and appropriate behaviors that
have not been emphasized in the
home.
"Some children come to
school with so much baggage, it
is amazing they can learn at all,"
Key said. "Empathy, a caring
heart and affection go a long way
with many of these students."
As the team leader for the fifth
grade, Key began examining
'Weekly assessment information
for fifth-graders and determined
the most appropriate intervention
strategies to meet the needs of
students. Her intensive' effort


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takes place each week and results the career center part time in 2003
in a complete regrouping of fifth- with the Florida Youth Challenge
graders for targeted intervention. Group out of Camp Blanding. He
According to Principal Bill ..took. on'. coacling the Bradford
McRae, by the middle of the 2007- Middle 'School `-and Bradford
2008 school year, he realized that High Schoof track teams, leading
Key's,; efforts. were paying off the,. middle school" t'd'a state
becaiit'e school data 'he"ed 'championship in 2006, all the
dramatic improvement in the fifth -while attending Santa Fe College
grade,.!: academic performance, to receive his Net Plus and Cisco
The school's ESE math subgroup' :'certifications.
improved by 24 points in just one He advanced to the district's
year. full-time MIS director for a
Although the entire staff is short period of time before
deserving of credit, McRae said teaching computer classes full
that without the leadership of time. Ledger's students at the
Key, these gains would not have career center are responsible for
been possible. maintaining the 226 computers
"With our fifth grade leading located on the campus. One
the way, by the end of the school perk to taking Ledger's class
year, Southside's school grade is that through an articulation
improved by 83 points, earning agreement, students who log in
the school an A grade, and, for the 300 classroom hours with at least
very first time,the school achieved a "B" average, and receive their
adequate yearly progress. A+ computer certification, receive
Bradford Union Career the equivalent of two completed
Center: Jeff Ledger courses at Santa Fe College.
Jeff Ledger graduated in 1979 Chuck Ebert, assistant director
from Bradford High School, at the career center, said Ledger is
where he ran cross country and full of energy, and very dedicated
played on the basketball team. to the students as well as the
Following high school, he served program he teaches.
20 years in the military, retiring "Jeff is a teacher that can be
as a senior chief petty officer in counted on. When he says he'll do
1999. He received a bachelor's something, you know it will get
degree in .electrical engineering done, and he.always has a smile
and is also a former student of the on his face," said Ebert.
career center. \%here he took the Rio h ni .iLedg& s.-prparing
very course he hI'heen reachingg' he"'.' !. c ''n" -'" ";", -Tr-"'e\"
since 2005: computerr system,- n.etyocrk.g .as, tJhat will .begin
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Church


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Hope Baptist Church on S.R. 100
in Theressa will hold a laymen's
revival Sunday-Thursday,. March 1-5.
Sunday services are at II a.m. and 6
p.m.Weeknight services are at 7 p.m.,
preceded by a meal at 6 p.m. For more
information, please call the church at
(352) 472-4188.
St. Anne's Episcopal Church in
Keystone Heights will host the first
of a series of Lenten soup suppers in
the parish hall, on Magnolia Avenue,
Wednesday, March 4, at 6:30 pm.
Fresh Start Fellowship holds its
annual perlo dinner from 4-7 p.m. on
Friday, March 13. Fresh Start is located
at 7191 S.R. 21. north'of Keystone
Heights. Please call (352) 473-6550 for
further information.
Keystone United Methodist
Church is holding a silent auction
of theme baskets from 5 to 6:30 p.m.
on Wednesday, March 11. KUMC is
located on' west of Keystone Heights
on S.R. 21, near the Watson Center.
Please call (352) 475-5216 for further
information.
New River New Congregation
Methodist Church, located on
Northeast C.R. 125 in Raiford,
will host a revival from Sunday-
Wednesday, March 1-4, with the Revs.
Fred Higginbotham and Justin Griffis.
Sunday service is at 6 p.m. Weeknight
services are at 7:30 p.m. For more
information, please call (386) 431-
1536.


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Eden Baptist Church, two miles north
of Hawthorne on C.R. 219A, will hold
a revival. Sunday-Wednesday, March
1-4, at 7 p.m. featuring Southern
gospel preaching and singing group
the Morgans. For more information,
please call (352) 481-2958.
Clay Hill Baptist Church, located
on C.R. 218 in NMaxville, will hbld
its Friend Day Sunday, March 1, with
The Ball .Brothers in concert at 10:30
a.m. For more information, please call
(904) 282-4447.
Emmanuel Baptist Church will hold
a revival with Brother David Maynard
Sunday-Tuesday, March 1-3. Sunday
services are at I1 a.m. and 6 p.m.
Weeknight services are at 7 p.m. For
more information, please call Pastor
Wayne Bergman at (904) 796-0083.
Westside Baptist Church of
Gainesville, located at 10000 W.
Newberry Rd.,will host The Kingdom
Heirs, one of Southern gospel music's
top male quartets, on Thursday, March
5, at 7 p.m. The benefit concert is being
held to raise money for missionary
work in Nicaragua. Tickets $10 and
may be purchased at the door. For
large group orders,.please contact Ken
Parrish at (352) 317-4039 or (386) 496-
3629.
River of Life Church of God in
Starke will host the World Day of
Prayer service-a program held in 170
countries and regions whose prayers
follow the sun across the globe-on
Friday, March 6, at 11 a.m.The service
is sponsored by Church Women
United and features prayers written by
the women of Papau New Gunea for
families in need worldwide. A covered
dish lunch will follow the service.
Johnstown. Baptist Church, located
on Northeast S.R. 121 in Lake Butler,
will hold a homecoming celebration
and revival March 7-11. On Saturday,
March 7, at 6 p.m., a gospel sing'
will take place, The homecoming
celebration Sunday, March 8, at 10:30
a.m. will be followed by dinner on the
grounds. Weeknight services begin at
7 pm. F6or more information, contact
Pastor Tim Ellison at (386) 496-2772.
E-mail the details of your
congregation 's upcoming special
events to editor@bctelegraph.com.
DEADLINE IS MONDAY AT 5 P.M.


Kaylyn Beck


Local

competing
for Miss Teen

Jax title
Kaylyn Beck of Starke was
recently selected to participate in
the 2009 Miss Teen Jacksonville
pageant competition that will take
place on March 8.
Kaylyn submitted an application
and took part in, an interview
session that was conducted by Patty
Neidert, this year's Jacksonville
pageant coordinator.
Kaylyn will be competing for
her share of thousands of dollars in
prizes and specialty gifts that will
be distributed to contestants.
The Miss Teen division is
C ne of four divisions that will
ave young ladies between the
ages of 7 and 19 competing in
modeling routines that include
casual wear and formal wear. Most
important, Kaylyn will display her
.personality and interviewing skills
while interviewing wit-h this year's
Jacksonville judging panel.
Personality is the number one
aspect that each contestant is
judged on during all phases of
competition.
If Kaylyn were to win the title
of Miss Teen Jacksonville, she
would represent Jacksonville and
the surrounding communities at
the Cities Of America National
Competition that will take place in.
Orlando. '
There is no cost to Kaylyn
for participating in the pageant
competition. Community
businesses, organizations, and
private individuals will assist
Kaylyn in participating in this
year's competition by becoming
an official sponsor to her.
Through sponsorship, each
contestant receives all the
necessary training, rehearsals and
financial support that allow them
to: beconmi confident 'and vwelt-]
prepared cntdta'ntg '*- "
Any, business, organization or
private individual who may be
interested in becoming a sponsor
to Kaylyn may contact her pageant
coordinator, Patty .Neidert, toll-
free at (800) 569-2487.


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Jeff Oody, president of-Capital City Bank branches in Bradford and Clay counties,
recently presented a $1,700.00 check to Sherry Ruszkowski, executive director of The
Arc of Bradford County. The Arc does a tremendous amount of work to help educate,
employ and house citizens with special needs. These special people are trained to be
independent and employable according to their abilities. They are very proud of the
work they do for others and their ability to do the simple things-like make their bank ',
deposit or cash their check. As the economy slows, so does the government funding 2
for these programs. Oody said he was pleased to help the Arc of Bradford County
continue its operations.



Adkins appointed to education

appropriations committee


On Feb. 19, Speaker pro
tempore of the Florida House
of Representatives Larry Cretul
announced several changes
to the council and committee
assignments of the members. Rep.
Janet Adkins has been appointed
to the Pre K-12 Appropriations
Committee.
"I am very pleased to be a part
of the Pre K-12 Appropriations
Committee. Education is the one
gift we can give our children that
no one can ever take away. A
good education is the cornerstone
of every successful economy,"
said Adkins.
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public school gives me a unique
perspective from which to
consider the important funding
and budgeting decisions that
will affect our children and
community," she added.
"Northeast Florida had
no representation on this
important committee prior to
the new assignments. While
this assignment will not be easy
I know it is important to the
citizens and students who depend
on rural county schools. I look
forward to working with parents,
-teachers and school board
members to help find solutions
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business administration from theV,
University of North Florida.
In addition to the Pre K-12
Appropriations Committee:;,
Adkins serves on the, following7
committees: Health Care&
Services Policy Committee; Joint-,
Legislative Sunset Committee;'
Public Safety and Domestic,
Security Policy Committee; andc
Roads, Bridges and Ports PolicyK
Committee.


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,_-LEGALS





Bradford
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 04-2009-DR-91
DAVID T. ALVAREZ,
Petitioner,
Vs.
ROSETTA M. ALVAREZ,
Respondent.
NOTICE OF ACTION FOR
DISSOLUTION. OF MARRIAGE
TO: ROSETTA M. ALVAREZ
728 N. Oakwood St.
Griffith, IN 46319
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action
has been filed against you and that
you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any, to it on
DAVID T-ALVAREZ, whose address
is 6484 NW CR 229-A, Starke, FL
32091 on or before March 12, 2009,
and file the original with the clerk
of this Court at 945 North Temple
Avenue, Starke, FL 32091, before
service on Petitioner or immediately
thereafter. If you fail to do so, a default
may be entered against you for the
relief demanded in the petition.
Copies of all court documents in this
case, including orders, are available at
the Clerk of the Circuit Court's office.
You may review these documents
upon request.
You must keep the Clerk of the Circuit
Court's office notified of your current
address. (You may file Notice of
Current Address, Florida Supreme
Court Approved Family Law Form
12.915.) Future papers in this lawsuit
will be mailed to the address on
record at the clerk's office.
WARNING: Rule 12.285, Florida
Family Law Rules of Procedure,
requires certain automatic disclosure
of documents and information. Failure
to comply can result in sanctions,
including dismissal or striking of
pleadings.
Dated February 9, 2009.
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
By: Robin Gay
Deputy Clerk
2/12 4tpd 3/05-BCT
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, EIGHTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO: 04-2008-DR-502
IN THE INTEREST OF:
J.M., DOB: 12/23/05,
a minor child.
SUMMONS AND NOTICE OF
ACTION BY PUBLICATION
THE STATE OF FLORIDA
TO: Belinda Burch
Mark Helmbrecht a/k/a Mark James
Helm
Address Unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a
Petition has been filed in the above-
styled Court by Debra and Armondo
Cordone for termination of parental
rights and permanent commitment
for'subsequent adoption of the above
named child, J.M., whose date of
birth is December 23, 2005. You are
hereby commanded to appear before
the Honorable Phyllis Rosier, at the
Bradford County Courthouse, Rodm
243, S..,:.rd Floor, Juvenile Division,
945"1'N.- 'T hfpieASi!et,' Stark,'
Florida 32091 at the hour of 10:00
a.m. on Wednesday, April 15, 2009,
A.D. You must appear at the hearing
on the date and time specified.
FAILURETO PERSONALLYAPPEAR
AT THIS ADVISORY HEARING
CONSTITUTES CONSENT TO
THE TERMINATION OF. PARENTAL
RIGHTS TO THIS CHILD. IF YOU
FAIL TO APPEAR ON THE DATE
AND TIME SPECIFIED, YOU MAY
LOSE ALL LEGAL RIGHTS TO THIS
CHILD NAMED IN THE PETITION
ATTACHED TO THIS NOTICE.
WITNESS my hand as clerk of said
Court and the Seal thereof, this 13'th
day of February, 2009.
INDIVIDUALS WITH DISABILITIES
needing a reasonable accommodation
to participate in this proceeding should
contact Kristine Velez, as soon as
possible (352) 337-6277, or if hearing
impaired 1-800-955-8771 (TDD).
RAY NORMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: P. Halterman
Deputy Clerk
.Gertrude I. Kehn
Florida Bar No. 0870234
Attorney for Debra and Armondo
Cordone
Post Office Box 38,198,5
Jacksonville, FL 32238-1985
Telephone (904) 573-5814
2/19 4tchg 3/13.-BCT
IN THE'CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
SAND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY,
.... FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
; CASE NO: 05-643-CA
1 EUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL
4 RUST COMPANY, AS TRUSTEE
iF AMERIQUEST MORTGAGE
SECURITIES, INC. ASSET
'BACKED PASS THROUGH
CERTIFICATES, SERIES 2005-
.f2 UNDER THE POOLING ANDI
SERVICING AGREEMENT DATED
'AS OF MARCH 1, 2005, WITHOUT
COURSES,
laintiff,
%Vs.
SCHARISMACALLOWAY, et. al.,
*-Defendant(s).
S NOTICE OF SALE
Notice is hereby given that, pursuant
fo an Order Rescheduling Foreclosure
,;Saledated February 10,, 2009, entered
:in Civil Case Number 05-643-CA, in
4he Circuit Court for BRADFORD,
,Florida, wherein DEUTSCHE BANK
NATIONAL TRUST COMPANY
:AS TRUSTEE OF AMERIQUEST
MORTGAGE SECURITIES, INC.
,ASSET BACKED PASS THROUGH
'CERTIFICATES, SERIES 2005-
12 UNDER THE POOLING AND


SERVICING AGREEMENT DATED
'AS OF MARCH 1, 2005, WITHOUT
.RECOURSE is the Plaintiff, and
CHARISMA CALLOWAY, et al., are
:'the Defendants, I will sell the property
situated in BRADFORD, Florida,
:described as:
'-The land referred to in this exhibit
. is located in the County of Bradford
Candy the State of Florida in Deed Book
?7831 at Page 241 and described as
:.follows:
:'AII of Lot 38 as shown on the plat
:bf the Town of Lawtey, lying East of
railroad, as recorded in Plat Book
-,2, Page 61 of the Public Records of
:Bradford County, Florida.
:Together with an easement for ingress
S and egress, lying 15 feet on each side
:.of following described centerline;
-Commence at the Northeast corner
of a parcel of -land described in
O.R. Book 252, Page 273 of the


Public Records of said county and
run Northerly, along the Westerly
boundary of the right of way o
County Road 225, a distance of 15
feet for the Point of Beginning of saic
centerline. From Point of Beginninc
thus described run Westerly parallel
with the Northerly boundary of saic
O.R. Book 252, Page 273, a distance
of 200 feet, more or less; thence
Southerly parallel with the Westerly
boundary of said County Road 225
distance of 200 feet, more or less
to a point that is 15 feet North of the
Southerly boundary of Lot 35, of saic
Town of Lawtey; thence Westerly,
parallel with the Southerly boundary
of said Lot 35, a distance of 250 feet,
more or less, to Easterly boundary of
aforesaid Lot 38 and the end of said
centerline.
at public sale, to the highest and
best bidder, for cash, at the Bradford
County Courthouse, 945 North
Temple Avenue, Starke, FL 32091, at
11:00 a.m. on the 12th day of March
2009. Any person claiming an interest
in the surplus from the sale, if any,
other than the property owner as of
the date of the lis pendens must file a
claim within 60 days after the sale.
Dated: 2-10-09
In accordance with the Americans With
Disabilities Act, persons in need of a
special accommodation to participate
in this proceeding shall, within seven
(7) days prior to any proceeding,
contact the Administrative Office of the
Court, Bradford County Courthouse,
945 North Temple Avenue, Starke, FL
32091. Telephone (904) 966-6280,
TDD 1-800-955-8771 or 1-800-955-
8770 via Florida Relay Service.
Ray Norman
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
By: P. Halterman
Deputy Clerk
2/19 2tchg 2/26-BCT

PUBLIC MEETING
Regarding Lincoln City Recreation
Park. A public meeting to discuss the
proposed Lincoln City Recreation
Park is scheduled for Wednesday,
March 18, 2009, at 6:30 p.m. a the
Ebenezer Missionary Baptist Church,
14815 SE 44" Ave. (Steel Mill Road),
Starke, FL. For information, call 966-
6339.
2/19 4tchg 3/12-BCT

PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE
The School Board .of Bradford
County, FL will hold a public hearing
at the March 9th, 2009 Board Meeting,
6:30 PM., in the Board Room at 501
West Washington Street Starke,
FL 32091, to obtain public input,
on a proposed amendment to the
Student Code of Conduct, to. allow
for the implementation of Teen Court.
Immediately following the first hearing,
a second hearing will convene on a
proposed School Board Policy on the
Education of Homeless Children.
2/19 3tchg 3/05-BCT

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
CASI NO: 04-2008-CA-56
CHASE HOME FINANCE LLC,
Plaintiff,
Vs.
HAROLD L. HARRIS, et al,
Defendant(s).
NOTICE OF RESCHEDULED
FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE : IS HEREBY GIVEN-
Foreclosure. Sale dated February 10,
2009, and entered in Case No. 04-
2008-CA-56 of the Circuit Court of
the EIGHTH Judicial Circuit in and for
BRADFORD County, Florida wherein
CHASE HOME FINANCE LLC, is the
Plaintiff and HAROLD L. HARRIS;
ANY AND ALL UNKNOWN PARTIES
CLAIMING BY, THROUGH, UNDER,
ANDAGAINSTTHE HEREIN NAMED
INDIVIDUAL DEFENDANTS)
WHO ARE NOT KNOWN TO BE
DEAD OR ALIVE, WHETHER SAID
UNKNOWN PARTIES MAY. CLAIM
AN INTEREST AS SPOUSES,
HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES,
OR OTHER CLAIMANTS; are the
Defendants, I will sell to the highest
and best bidder for cash at FRONT
HALL OF THE BRADFORD COUNTY
COURTHOUSE, 945 NORTH
TEMPLE AVENUE, STARKE,
FLORIDA 32091, at 11:00 a.m. on the
121 day of March, 2009, the following
described property as set f6rth in said
Final Judgment:
THE NORTH 200 FEET OF THE
SOUTH 975 FEET OF THAT
PORTION OF THE NORTHEAST
QUARTER THAT LIES EAST OF
STATE HIGHWAY #200 (ALSO
KNOWN AS U.S. HIGHWAY 301), IN
SECTION 3, TOWNSHIP 6 SOUTH,
RANGE. 22 EAST, EXCEPT ROAD
RIGHT OF WAY AS RECORDED IN
DEED BOOK 88, PAGE 275, OF THE
PUBLIC RECORDS OF BRADFORD
COUNTY, FLORIDA, AND MORE
PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS
FOLLOWS:
COMMENCE AT THE
INTERSECTION OF THE NORTH
BOUNDARY OF SAID NORTHEAST
QUARTER (NE 1/4) OF THE
.SOUTHWEST QUARTER (SW
1/4) AND THE EASTERLY RIGHT
OF WAY LINE OF STATE ROAD
NUMBER 200 (US 301) AND RUN
THENCE SOUTH 16 DEGREES
05 MINUTES 10 SECONDS WEST
ALONG SAID RIGHT OF WAY LINE,
358.96 FEET TO AN IRON STAKE
AND THE POINT OF BEGINNING,
THENCE CONTINUE SOUTH
16 DEGREES 05 .MINUTES 10
SECONDS .WEST ALONG SAID
RIGHT OF WAY LINE, 203.78 FEET
TO AN IRON STAKE, THENCE
NORTH 89 DEGREES 56 MINUTES
30 SECONDS EAST, PARALLEL TO
SAID NORTH BOUNDARY, 314.25
FEET TO AN IRON SAKE, THENCE
NORTH 0 DEGREES 09 MINUTES
00 SECONDS EAST 195.90 FEET
TO AN IRON STAKE, THENCE
SOUTH 89 DEGREES 56 MINUTES
30 SECONDS WEST, PARALLEL
TO SAID NORTH BOUNDARY,
258.30 FEET TO THE POINT OF
BEGINNING.


A/K/A 19805 N. U.S. HIGHWAY 301,
STARKE, FL 32091-0000.
Any person claiming an interest in
the surplus from the sale, if any, other
than the property owner as of the date
of the Lis Pendens must file a claim
within sixty (60) days after the sale.
WITNESS MY HAND and the seal of
this Court on 2-10-2009.
If you are a person with a disability
who needs any accommodation in
order to participate in this proceeding,
you are entitled, at no cost to you, to
the provision of certain assistance.
Please contact the Clerk of Court,
Bradford County Courthouse, Starke,
FL at 904-966-6280 within 2 working
days of your receipt of this notice; if
you are hearing or voice impaired,
call 1-800-955-8771
Ray Norman
Clerk of the Circuit Court


d By: P. Halterman
y Deputy Clerk
f 2/19 2tchg 2/26-BCT
j IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
9 BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA
I PROBATE DIVISION
j FILE NO. 04-2008-0126
a 'IN RE: ESTATE OF
a LYNETTE RODDY BAXTER,
y Deceased.
1, NOTICE TO CREDITORS
, The administration of the estate of
- Lynette Roddy Baxter, deceased,
I whose date of death was September
17.2008, is pending in theCircuit Court
for Bradford County, Florida, Probate
Division, the address of which is 945
f N Temple Avenue Starke Florida
32091. The names and addresses of
the personal representative and the
personal representative's attorney
are set forth below.
All creditors of the decedent and other
persons having claims or demands
against decedent's estate on whom
a copy of this notice is required to
be served must file their claims with
this court WITHIN THE LATER OF
3 MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE
DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF
THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the decedent
and other persons having claims or
demands against decedent's estate
must file their claims with this court
WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN
THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH
IN SECTION 733.702 OF THE
FLORIDA PROBATE CODE WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME
PERIOD SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY
CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR
MORE AFTER THE DECEDENT'S
DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of first publication of this
notice is February 19, 2009.
Personal Representative:
Marlyce Sohm
3328 Oak Lane
Green Cove Springs, FL 32043
Attorney for Personal
Representative:
Dale S. Wilson
Florida Bar No. 176945
Dale S. Wilson PA
PO Box 1808
Green Cove Springs, Florida
32043-1808
Telephone: (904) 284-5618
2/19 2tchg 2/26-BCT
PUBLIC NOTICE
Bradford County EFSP Board has
been allocated $13,049 by the National
Board for distribution to local agencies
for emergency, food and shelter
programs. Eligible 'agencies must
be voluntarily governed non-profits
or government agencies, have an
accounting system, have demonstrated
the capability to deliver food and
shelter services and practice non-
discrimination. Application deadline
is March 5, 2009. Please call Karen
Slevin at (352) 372-0294 to apply
2/26 ltchg-BCT
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
CASE NO: 04-2008-CP-118
In Re: The Estate of,
RONALD PHILIP DAVIS,
Deceased.
.The administration of the estate of
RONALD PHILIP DAVIS, deceased,
whose date of death was April 26,
2008, is pending in the Circuit Court
for Bradford County, Florida, Probate
Division, the address of which is 945
North Temple Avenue, Starke, Florida
32091. The names and addresses of
the personal representative and the
personal representative's attorney
are set forth below.
All creditors of becedent and other
persons having claims or demands
against Decedent's estate on whom'
a copy of this notice is required to
be served must file their claims with
this court WITHIN THE LATER OF
3 MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE
DATE OF SERVICE'OF A COPY OF
THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of Decedent and
other persons having claims or
demands against Decedent's estate
must file their claims with this court
WITHIN 3' MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED WITHIN
THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH
IN SECTION 733.702 OF THE
FLORIDA PROBATE CODE WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME


PERIODS SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY
CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR
MORE AFTER DECEDENT'S DATE
OF DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of the first publication of this
notice is February 26, 2009.
Signed this 30'" day of January 2009.
THERESA KATZ
5290 S.W. 4'" Court
Plantation, Florida 33317
Petitioner
Respectfully submitted
JOHN LYON BROLING
Florida Bar Number 0096059
BROWN & BROLING
Post Office Box 40
Starke, Florida 32091
Voice: 904-964-8272
'Fax: 904-964-3796
2/26 2tchg 3/05-BCT

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
8TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO: 04-2008-CA-0071.
CITIMORTGAGE, INC.,
Plaintiff,
vs.
JAMES E. JOHNSON; BETTY
L. JOHNSON; ANY AND ALL
UNKNOWN PARTIES CLAIMING
BY, THROUGH, UNDER OR
AGAINST THE HEREIN'NAMED
INDIVIDUAL DEFENDANTS)
WHO ARE NOT KNOWN TO BE
DEAD OR ALIVE, WHETHER SAID
UNKNOWN PARTIES MAY CLAIM
AN INTEREST AS SPOUSES,
HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES OR
OTHER CLAIMANTS; BRADFORD
COUNTY, FLORIDA; JOHN DOE-
AND JANE DOE AS UNKNOWN
TENANTS IN POSSESSION,
Defendant(s)
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant
to a Summary Final Judgment of
Foreclosure dated Feb. 11, 2009,
entered in Civil Case No. 04-2008-
CA-0071 of the Circuit Court of the
8'" Judicial Circuit in and for Bradford
County, Starke, Florida, I will sell
to the highest and best bidder for
cash in the lobby at the Bradford
County Courthouse, located at 945
North Temple Avenue in Starke,
Florida, at 11:00 a.m. on the 111h
day of March, 2009 the following
described property as set forth in said
Summary Final Judgment, -to-wit: A
PARCEL OF LAND LYING IN LOTS
5 AND 6,, BLOCK 8 OF TEMPLE'S
ADDITION TO STARKE, AS PER
PLAT RECORDED IN DEED BOOK
G, PAGES 304 AND 305 OF THE
PUBLIC RECORDS OF BRADFORD
COUNTY, FLORIDA; SAID PARCEL
-BEING MORE PARTICULARLY
DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS:
COMMENCE AT AN IRON PIPE
FOUND AT THE NW CORNER OF
SAID BLOCK 8 AND RUN S 17
DEG 30 MINUTES 00 SECONDS
E, ALONG THE W'LY BOUNDARY
THEREOF (ALSO BEING THE E'LY
BOUNDARY OF THE ROW OF
WALNUT STREET), 61.00 FEET-TO
A DRILL HOLE SET IN CONCRETE;
THENCE S 72 DEG 24 MINUTES 09
SECONDS E, PARALLEL WITH THE.
N'LY BOUNDARY OF SAID BLOCK
8, A DISTANCE OF 63.96 FEET TO
A SET IRON ROD FOR THE POB
THUS DESCRIBED CONTINUE S
72 DEG' 24 MINUTES 09 SECONDS
E, PARALLEL WITH THE SAID N'LY
BOUNDARy 6396 FEET TO AN,
IRON PIPE FO.friD C'N'ThIE W'LY
'BOUND W, 10 'CP FTHE R',', OF'
THOMPSON STREET; THENCE S
17 DEG 24 MINUTES 58 SECONDS
W, ALONG THE W'LY BOUNDARY
OF SAID THOMPSON STREET,
69.34 FEET TO A SET IRON ROD;
THENCE N 72 DEG 24 MINUTES
09 SECONDS W, PARALLEL WITH


SAID N'LY BOUNDARY, 64.01 FEET
TO ASET IRON ROD, THENCE N 17
DEG 27 MINUTES 31 SECONDS E,
69.34 FEET TO THE POB.
Any person claiming an interest in
the surplus from the sale, if any, other
than the property owners as of the
date of the lis pendens, must file a
claim within 60 days after the sale.
Dated this 12" day of February,
2009.
RAY NORMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: L. Brannon
Deputy Clerk
IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE
AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES
ACT, persons with disabilities needing
a special accommodation should
contact COURT ADMINISTRATION
at the Bradford County Courthouse
at (904) 966-6280, 1-800-955-8771
(TDD) or 1-800-955-8770, via Florida
Relay Service.
2/26 2tchg 3/05-BCT

NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
T & M Towing gives Notice of Lien
and Intent to Sell these vehicles on
March 9, 2009, at 2:00 p.m. at T & M
Towing yard, 1451 Hayes St., Starke,
FL 32091. T & M Towing reserves the
right to accept or reject any and/or all
bids.
92 Honda 1HGCB7650NA160286
01 Dodge 1B4HS28N31 F554170
2/26 2tchg 3/05-BCT


LAKE REGION
LEGAL NOTICE
PUBLIC MEETING NOTICE
FOR THE MARCH 3, 2009
GENERAL ELECTION
ACTIVITIES OF
THE CITY OF KEYSTONE
HEIGHTS CANVASSING
BOARD
Notice is hereby given that meetings of
City of Keystone Heights Canvassing
Board will be conducted at the
Keystone Heights City Hall, 555 S.
Lawrence Blvd., Keystone Heights,
Florida on the following dates and
times:
Logic & Accuracy Test
February 27, 2009 10:00 am- until
complete
Public Inspection of Absentee
Ballots
March 2, 2009
10:00 a.m. 12:00 noon
March 2, 2009
3:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m.
Open Absentee Ballots
March 3, 2009
7:00 p.m. until complete
Process and Duplicate Absentee
Ballots
March 3, 2009 immediately following
the completion of opening
Canvass of Election Returns and If
necessary recount of returns
March 3, 2009 7:00 p.m.
Canvass Provisional Ballots and
Final Certification and submission
of Official results
March 5, 2009 5:00 p.m.
Mandatory Audit of Election and
Submission of Audit results (if
audit complete)
March 6, 2009 10:00 a.m.
Final Submission of Audit Results
(if not previously submitted)
March 12, 2009 11:59 p.m.
In accordance with the Sunshine Law
of Florida, these meetings are open
to the public.
Note: Section 286.01105, Florida
S.tutes state thal if "a'- person
dlides it..- 3prei an ,,eciIok'nbv' ihe
be4 rd, ageri:y- or c'rrommissiori' tiih
respects to any matter considered at
a meeting or hearing, he or she will
need to record the proceedings, and
that, for such purposes, her or she
may need to ensure that a verbatim
record of the proceedings is made,





Happy 13th Birthday,
Hailey Layne


Love, Dad, Cindy, Tustin,
Skylar, Granny, Papa &
Big Granny,


which record includes the testimony
and evidence upon which the appeal
is to be based.
2/19 2tchg 2/26-LRM




UNION

PUBLIC NOTICE
The deadline for the Union County
Board of Commissioners Indigency
Status Worksheet Non-Ad Valorem/
Special Assessment Waiver
Application is March 2, 2009, 12:00
noon. Our office will not be able to
take any more after this date.. If you
have not filled out an application and
would like to, please do so before
March 2, 2009. The Union County
Board Office is located at 15 NE 1st
Street, Lake Butler, Florida 32054.
If you have any questions or need
additional information, contact
Michelle Thurman, secretary to the
Board, 15 NE 1's Street, Lake Butler,
Florida 32054, Phone 386-496-4241,
fax 386-496-4810.
2/19 2tchg 2/26-UCT
PUBLIC AUCTION
The Lake Butler Mini Storage has
scheduled an auction on Saturday,
February 28, 2009 at 10:00 a.m.
located at 1170 ,SW 61h Street, Lake
Butler, FL 32054(behind the Lake
Butler Apartments, Highway 121).
Pursuanf to Chapter 83 of the Storage
Facility Act of the State of Florida, the
following units will be foreclosed:
Junior Melvin Unit #76 $143.00
Heather Johnston Unit # 13 -
$141.18
Stephen Williams Unit # 1 -
$127.00
Timothy Jackson Unit # 7 -
$143.00
2/19 2tchg 2/26-UCT

PUBLIC NOTICE
Union County EFSP Board has been
allocated $12,507 bythe National Board
for distribution to local agencies for
emergency food and shelter programs.
Eligible agencies must be voluntarily
governed non-profits or government
agencies, have an accounting system,
have demonstrated the capability to
deliver food and shelter services and
practice non-discrimination. Application
deadline is March 5, 2009. Please call
Karen Slevin at (352) 372-0294 to
apply
2/26 1tchg-UCT



Meet surprise

guest on

Seuss'

birthday.
Dr. Seuss' birthday is on March
2, and the Kiwanis sponsored
family story time from 6:30 to
7:30 p.m. at the Bradford Public
Library will host a special guest.
Join the fun and hear stories by
this famous author of children's
b',-,ok. A craft' activity Willf
rt'ollo, jnd refreshments will be
served.
This program is for pre-K
through fifth grade; children
should be accompanied by an
adult.




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Events Fashion Revue.
Lauren chose her favorite
jouffit to model. She did a
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February 26, 2009 TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR--A-SECTION Page 6A


Decades old


program stillI


serving students


BY TERESA STONE IRWIN
Times Staff Writer
The Bradford FFA has been in
existence for more than 60 years. It
began sometime in the mid 1940s
%with V.R. Ferguson as the first FFA
adviser.
The current agriculture classrooms
and shops have been located at the
career center for five years now. When
added, the new classroom facility was
dedicated to Paul Hutchins who taught
agriculture in Bradford County from
1953-1987.
The Bradford County FFA has
67 members in its junior and senior
chapters. The 2008-09 junior chapter
officers are Becky Melton (president),
Chase Lee (vice president), Bridget
Moore (secretary). Brent Blanton
(treasurer), Amber Freeman (sentinel)
and Amber Wilkerson (reporter).
The senior chapter officers are Scott
Crews (president), Dylan Gault
(vice president), Dustin Woodard
(secretary), Kamryn Underhill
(treasurerl. Kristen Melton (sentinel).
S '.i .innah I e'li i reporlerl and a11ih
S ', ord i hlsi! ri.ini.
I here are 200 unduplicjiied IludentN
enrllted in Ihe variouss a-'riculture
classes tffered .- the career center
Ag ad. isers Wall WVestcoti aid Bobbie
Ace\edo te.,ch students agriculture
iechno'loI. ai' sales and ser ice.
ho1 ictilluire and lore'ir\ and naiiural


resources. Bradford County agriculture
students have the advantage of
working on a 172-acre farm, with 122
acres consisting of forestland.
The forestland, owned by the
Bradford County School District, has
received Florida stewardship forest
certification and has been designated as
an agriculture learning lab for students
to take advantage of. Agriculture
advisers Westcott and Acevedo, who
is his daughter, are both certified bus
drivers for the district and are able to
transport students throughout the day
to the farm for hands-on learning.
The students take care of cattle
and pigs on the farm, while learning
the various aspects of farm animal
health. On the farm, students tend to
II females, six calves, two heifers,
three steers and also three other cows
owned by certain FFA students who
are unable to raise them on a home
farm. Students are also raising six
show pigs. With the assistance of
large-animal veterinarian Lee Brtiey
of Keystone Heights, students also
gain the experience of giving former
and blick leg inleciions to cattle
1 his school ear. the Bradford FFA
soil judging and ag mechanics teams
ha\e gone Ihrough the preliminaries
and "ill he competing in Miale
competitions this spring. The ag
mechanics team has made it to the
Imnals three ol the past four \ears. Jui
See BC FFA, p. 8A


ABOVE: At the Florida Leadership Adventures
conference in July 2008 were (I-r) Salena
Dugger, Scott Crews, Savannah Lewis, Kristen
Melton and Terrisa Kirkland. They were
showing off their Bradford jackets.
RIGHT: At the National FFA Organization
building in Indianapolis, Bradford FFA adviser
Walt Westcott spotted this old photo hanging
on the wall displaying the 1948-49 national
officers. On the far left is Doyle Conner from
Bradford County who first served as the
chapter's president, then the state president
before serving as the national president.


The Bradford FFA sent five chapter delegates to the
National FFA Convention in Indianapolis last October. The
delegates were Dylan Gault (chapter vice president pictured
on far left), Joe Bullington (behind statue) with Kamryn
Underhill (chapter treasurer), Terrisa Kirkland. Savannah
Lewis and Kristen Melton (chapter sentinel).


Dr. Lee Bruey, large animal veterinarian from Keystone Heights,
assists Paige Cruce with administering a shot to a cow.


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LEFT: Tenth-grader Jamie Bullington
loads a bag a feed to be delivered to the
Bradford FFA farm. He is pictured with
Shelbie Ashley.


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February 26, 2009 TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR--A-SECTION Page 7A


Union FFA has long


and proud history


BY TERESA STONE
IRWIN
Times Staff Writer
Coinciding with the 100-
year anniversary of high
school in Union County, 22-
year veteran FFA adviser
Tom (Bub) Williams provided
a history of the Lake Butler
FFA chapter, mostly stored in
his memory bank. Now in its
68th year, the Lake Butler FFA
, has been a viable program to
; the community which can be
recapped by the infamous Walls
of Fame and the overgrown
trophy case that spills out onto
a bookshelf located in the
agriculture building.
The first agriculture
department building was located
on S.R. 121, across from Lake
Butler Middle School where
the school district offices are
now located. At one point
during the early '90s when the
, high school was undergoing
renovations, the. agriculture
, department was located in what
is now the school's cafeteria. A
new agriculture building was
constructed in the fall of 1997,
consisting of three classrooms,
workshop rooms and computer
lab area. The chapter also has a
12-acre land lab located outside
the ag building for students
to gain hands-on experience.
There is also a three-acre land
tract that contains a swine barn
and was once used for steer
pens-and a 40-acre forestry
plot-available to students.
The forestry plot was once
widely used.
When Williams began in
1987, he followed the 46-
year history of one agriculture
adviser at Union County High
School, with approximately
100 students-an impressive
number considering there were
just over 400 students at the
high school at the time. The
numberof agriculture education
students in Union County has
now grown to more than 250.
The agriculture courses taught
by Williams in the late '80s
consisted of ag production and
forestry. Through the years, the
high school agriculture program



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experienced enormous growth,
resulting in the addition of two
ag teachers to work alongside
Williams. In 1994, Charlotte
Emerson came to UCHS as
a horticulture teacher, and
in 1997, Chad Clemons also
joined the staff teaching animal
science, a class that replaced ag
production. Clemons moved on
after two years and is now the
pastor of a church in Gilchrist
County. He was replaced at
UCHS by a former student of
Williams'. David Harris, who
had been teaching history at
Lake Butler Middle School.
While a student at UCHS,
Harris was the FFA chapter
president from 1988-89. As
a teacher, he was the adviser
for the 2002 national poultry
evaluation championship team
and was named as Florida's
2008 Outstanding Agriculture
Teacher and the National
Agricultural Association's
Educator of the Year for region
five.
Horticulture and forestry
remained a constant until the
fall of 2005 when they were
dropped and replaced with
agriculture communicationsand
food science. After 12 years,
Emerson left in 2006 to pursue
a career at the University of
Florida, opening the door for
yet another former student of
Williams', Amanda Thomas
James, to take over as. an ag
adviser.
As a student at UCHS, James
was the chapter president
from 2000-2001 and served
as the Florida FFA president
from 2001-2002. In 2001, the
state began recognizing the
agriculture foundations course
taught at UCHS as a third
science credit. In 2006, UCHS
became the first high school in
the state of Florida to offer a
food science class for credit,
a pilot program of study with
curriculum developed by Union
County's very own Williams
with the assistance of a number
of professors at the University
of Florida.
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program has remained a stable
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long-standing advisers: Mark
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Lake Butler FFA Chapter presidents from 1947
to 1959. Many other names represent later
presidencies. Drop by and take a look at the Walls
of Fame.


SFF Williams feels fortunate to
U C rFrFM have been with UCHS long
enough to be teaching the
Continued from p. 7A children of parents he once
taught. He takes great pride in
Williams 'is watching you,it the ag program, which he said
Williams is watching yit was a good program hen he
should be noted that he could took it over and o
recall off the top of his head took it overandhopes it remains
recall off the top of his head that vay even after he passes on
where those team members the torch to his prot6g6. "After
are today-from careers at all, my grandchildren will likely
GoldKist in Georgia to Clay be here by then," Williams said
Electric, Ellington Construction, with a smile.
managing a restaurant in During National FFA week,
Orlando, preaching, and owning middle and high school embers
a.pharmacy. of the FFA have been participating
Besides Lake Butler, only in activities including special
three other teams from the state dress days such as camouflage
of Florida have ever won a day, dress like your favorite ag
national championship: two meat adviser day, hillbilly day, inside
jtadgipg teams from Willistpn ,tt day and official dc, .I.,,
arid a forestry teamu-frola-h ..a s. ... -. .... .... .. .
Panhandle. Some of the activities included
Since that first state baking strawberry shortcakes
championship team in 1990 to and delivering them tall
nationals in 2008, Lake Butler UCHS teachers on Tuesday, a
FFA has had 37 teams win state zoo at Tiger's Den Day
and move on to compete at the Care on Wednesday, reading to
national level. Ironically, there kindergarten students at Lake
have also been 37 individual
proficiency winners since 1973.
The chapter can also boast that in
the past 10 years, it has remained
the largest-or the second largest Suft
at times-FFA chapter in the
state.
In terms of all the history of
Lake Butler FFA, its success can
be contributed to a number of
individuals and organizations in
the community-some of whom Residential Comm
wish to remain anonymous and Wendell Davi
others who often do not get the
credit they deserve. 9449 US-301 S
"This goes for our band and U
athletic teams, as well," Williams HAMPTON
said. "There are a great number
of 'businesses and individuals
who were once members of this
very chapter and continue to
support it to this day."
Still others show their support
for the chapter by purchasing
show animals from students at
the annual Bradford County
Fair. FAMIlYWtm EDa&OPRa TE
"The school board and our
superintendents such as (Jimmy) K4I0iT]empl
Cason,, (Eugene) Dukes and'
(Carlton) Faulk have always
supported the FFA program,"
said Williams.


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teams have won 37 state
championships since they
began competing In 1990. The
poultry evaluation team has
won 15 state titles in 17 years
along with one national title.
Unfortunately, names that
should be painted on the wall
since 2004 are only written on
paper waiting for a painter.


Butler Elementary School and
the greatest of all FFA events: the
Redneck Olympics, which will
take place today, Thursday.
The Redneck Olympics is
an annual event where students
gather together at the agriculture
building for some serious hillbilly
fun. They participate in events
such as cow tongue football, feed
sack relay race around the pond,
co-ed tug of war over the pit,
egg-toss, three-legged races and,
of course, the team boat race
across the pond and back. Did I
mention the participants can only
use shovels as oars and that the
johnboat has a hole in the bottom
of it? First team to make it across
the lake without sinking wins.
Unl. ,,.-iTrel,. students will
WI o ,,iif-wi eventt" creator,
David Harris, this year, as he
is out due to emergency back
surgery. Everyone said they hope
he gets better real soon. (It's OK,
Mr. Harris; it's the intern the kids
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last week, the livestock judging
team placed fifth in the state
preliminary competition, with
the chance to move on to the
finals.
Each year, a number of
agriculture students are selected
to participate in a summer
leadership and educational
program, Florida Outdoor
Adventures, which takes place
in Haines City. The program
is designed to enhance the
knowledge and performance
of individuals, teams and
chapters, through both fun and
educational activities. It is a
three-day, four-night excursion
filled with both fun and
exciting educational activities
such as wildlife management,
challenge courses, firearm
safety, bass fishing tournament
and photography..
The Bradford County chapter
also sent five students to the
Florida Leadership Adventures
.,conference in Haines City in
July 2008.
The Bradford FFA Alumni
sponsored drawing fora freezer
pig donated by Williams Show
Pigs of Lawtey to help raise
money to send six delegates
to represent the chapter at the
2008 National FFA Convention
in Indianapolis. The students
attending were Dillan Gault,.Joe
Bullington, Kamryn Underhill,
Terrisa Kirkland, Savannah
Lewis and Kristen Melton.
The delegates traveled by bus
with a number of other Florida
FFA chapter students, making
a few fun stops along the way
in places such as Dollywood
in Pigeon Forge. Tenn., where
Westcott managed to find ag-
related vistials for students to
learn from. The students also
had the opportunity to tour the
Papa John's Pizza processing
plant and make some pizza
crusts of their own.
The agriculture department
is in the beginning stages of
installing a 30' x 48' greenhouse
behind the ag shop. To raise
the money for the greenhouse,
timber from the forestland was
cut down and sold. To replenish
the land, Bielling Site Prep of


Starke prepared the ground
and replanted pine seedlings
donated by Smurfit-Stone
Container Corporation, also of
Starke.
More recently, Acevedo has
undergone a project of creating
a bio-diesel plant with students.
The ag department is already
collecting used oil from the
school district cafeterias and
are in the process of setting
up the process to convert used
cooking oil into bio-diesel.
There is also a collection center
located outside the door the ag
department for others in the
community to drop off their
waste cooking oil. Westcott
said the department currently
has just over 100 gallons of
used cooking oil stored and
continue to collect more.
After an amazing 36 years
of teaching agriculture classes
in Bradford County, Westcott
has said he will be retiring
this June. Through the years,
Westcott has seen three of his
former students move on to
agriculture teaching careers:
Greg Johnson in Baker County,
Allison Durrrance in Clay
County and, of course, his
daughter in Bradford County.
Westcott has also seen many
siblings of former students
as well as children of former
students come through the
program.
Westcott and his wife, Dianne,
were both hired in 1973 to teach
at the career center, however,
Westcott wound up teaching
ag classes at Bradford Middle
School for two years while
Dianne taught horticulture at
the career center. Remembering
it like it was yesterday, Westcott
said ,that in March of 1974,
student Esau Bright requested
a veterinary program at the
career center. A night course
was created beginning with just
four students and two .years
later, it grew into a full-time
program that ran for 11 years
with courses offered during the
day and the evening.
Dianne was offered a job with
NEFEC to teach administrative
courses, and being right in the
middle of a school year, the
career center did not exactly
have teachers beating the door
down to take her place. This
gave Westcott the opportunity


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getting stuck, but Salena
Dugger? No, she's just
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to transfer from the middle
school to teaching horticulture.
classes by day to adults and
high school students and
veterinary courses by night.
Dianne went on from
teaching for NEFEC for one
year to assistant principal at
the Lively Technical Center
in Tallahassee for two years,
then she spent five years as the
vice principal at Palatka High
School, just over nine years
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Lake Butler FFA's very first state champions were the 1990 members of the forestry team.
Oh,the days of big hair-or for some of us- just hair. Pictured (back row, I-r) were Derick
Thomas, Lanse Bishop, Matt Denson, Adviser Tom (Bub) Williams, Kevin Kirby, (middle row,
I-r) Lisa Waters Underhill (American Degree recipient), Mike Trowell, Christie Floyd Perez
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Candidates speak


on issues at forum


BY JAMES WILLIAMS
Monitor Editor
*The Keystone Heights City
Council candidate forum,
sponsored by the Monitor last
Thursday night, highlighted
three of the five candidates
running for office.
A fourth candidate,. Bryan
Wilson could not attend due
to a prior engagement. A fifth
candidate. Tony Bro-wn, who
is running unopposed for seat
five, was at a funeral service
.and did not attend. -
Opposing candidates John
Conneely and Gavin Rollins
sparred respectfully, but they
did spar.
"Make sure the press reports
that I am on record: I will not
vote to raise the millage rate,"
Rollins said to the Monitor
editor at the side of the room. "I
want to hear how my opponent
feels."
That vote would be crucial
down the road, as some levels
of a millage increase must have
the unanimous approval of all
five council members.
Last year, Councilmen Don
Johnson and Lyndel Hale
triggered a vote that kept
the city's property tax at its
traditional two mills, after the
panel set a trial balloon Truth
in Millage rate at three mills. If
property values fall, the lower
rate could add even more to
the city's financial woes next
fiscal year.
Both Conneely and seat three
candidate Paul Yates said they
would--not raise the millage


rate unless all other avenues
for revenue enhancement and
cutting expenses had been
exhausted.
"You can cut and cut and hurt
the city by cutting services,"
Yates said, "but it is the city we
are elected to protect."
Emcee Harold Gilstrap
questioned the candidates on
other subjects as Wvell, such
as their views on a straw poll
for residency requirements for
Keystone Airpark Authority
members. All three panelists
said they did not favor limiting
KAA appointments to city
residents only, but they might
favor applicants who were also
city residents if they appeared to
be as qualified for the position
as other applicants.
"Ultimately, the question is
'who is best qualified for the
job?'" Rollins said.
Candidates were asked what
approaches they would take
toward enhancing the city's
revenue and for cutting costs.
All three candidates cited grants
as an option. Conneely pointed
out his considerable experience
in writing grants.
None of the candidates
proposed any clear ideas for
directing city growth in the
event that the lakes could not
be brought back to life.
Rollins explained his plans
for returning water to Brooklyn
Lake and said he planned
to work with state officials,
especially Rep. Charlie Van
Zant, Sr. and the Lake Region
Council Association.'


Records fall in Iron Horse run


A pistol shot roused the
citizens of Florahome in the
wee hours of Feb. 21 for the
start of the 2009 Iron Horse
100 mile Endurance Race.
With 7 a.m. temperatures in
the mid-20s, 87 runners from
17 states toed the line on the
Grandin to Palatka portion of
the rail trail in Florahome.
Runners headed west to
Grandin, turned around to go
back through Florahome and on
to the turnaround at the Bardin
Road. Along the way they were
provided nourishment and
fluids at three aid stations.
Although the trail is difficult
to run on due to the heavy
railroad track gravel the runners
almost in unison commented
on the natural beauty of the


route with its views of rolling
pastures, pine forests, and
cypress swamps.
Although the state of Florida
intends to pave the 'rail trail
eventually, if the 87 runners are
any gauge of opinion, leaving
the trail as a scenic trail would
be more appropriate and cost
effective.
Along the way, the, runners
had to maneuver three old
railroad trestles, two of which
had to be repaired for the race.
Brad Smythe from Raleigh,
N.C., running his first 100
miler, left everyone eating his
dust as he set a course and race
record by running 100 miles in
17 hours and 11 minutes.
Bob Adams from Knoxville,
Tenn., smoked the competition


in the 100km in seven hours
and 53 minutes. The 50-mile
contest was won by Tom
Pobgee from Sunrise in seven
hours and 42 minutes.
As the runners completed
the race they were greeted
by Meri-Lin Piantanida and
Tim Frysinger from Keystone
Heights High School and
members of the Florahome
United Methodist Church who
served hamburgers, bratwurst
and various drinks.
A fire barrel kept spectators
and families warm throughout
the night and on Sunday
morning, exactly 25 hours .and
40 minutes after the start, the
last runner finished.
"This is the fourth year that
Iron Horse endurance runs
have been conducted and we


may have finally found the
perfect venue for this race,"
said Chris Rodatz, organizer
and race director.
"The support of the citizens
of Florahome, the Florahome
United Methodist. Chruch,'
*the Tangled Oaks Winery,
the Etoniah State Forest, and
especially the Florida Division
of Greenways and Trails and
the countless volunteers made
this event a success."
The runners had nothing but
positive comments about the
race and the community, Rodatz
added. They did complain
about the rocks, but he added it
would not be an endurance run
if you didn't have obstacles.
Plans are already underway for
next year's race.


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The Miss KHHS Scholarship
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LR students compete


at regional science fair


How science fairs
work...

BY JAMES WILLIAMS
Monitor Editor
The annual Clay Rotary
Regional Science Fair is a
partnership between the school
board and Rotary chapters
across the county. The Rotary
helps foot part of the bill, and
encourages its members to
serve as judges.
The fair was held last week.
Rotarians, school teachers,
retirees, military personnel
from the Naval Air Station and
other volunteers were on hand
at the fair grounds to help put
as organizers and judges.
Here's howv science fairs
work. Middle school and
high school students are
asked to observe a natural
phenomenon that interests
them. They develop a question
or problem, which leads to
their hypothesis, a statement
which experimentation and -
observation can prove or
disprove.
"Slime-o is a better lubricant
than cane syrup," for example.
The trick now is.to develop
an experiment with measurable
results, perhaps over a period of
time. The student might smear
one metal rod with Slime-o
and another with cane syrup,
leave them out in the elements,
then measure the accumulation


of rust after three days, three
weeks or three months.
They might measure and
compare the rusted area on the
two rods, or they might scrape
the rust off and weigh it. But
for the purpose of science the
ability to objectively measure
results is crucial.
At the end of the experiment,
either Slime-o or cane syrup
is a better lubricant or perhaps
they both work equally well.
The original hypothesis is
proven to be correct or incorrect,
it doesn't matter which. The
point is not to have selected a
true hypothesis. The point is
to have shown it to be right or
wrong. Either way, knowledge
is gained and science is served.
Once the experiments are
finished, students present their
results, usually on a cardboard
tri-fold display board. The
presentation can be fairly simple
or overly elaborate, depending
on whether or not the students'
parents got involved.
Teachers and volunteers then
select what they consider to be
the best. projects at their school.
Those are sent to the next level,
in this case the Clay County
science fair. At the Clay fair,
the projects are divided into
scientific disciplines: earth-
space science, psychology,
mathematics, biology, botany
or chemistry, for example.
For judges, staff, parents and
other visitors alike, the range
of student projects is a truly


amazing delight. One student
this year compared the weather
prediction methods of ancient
man with those of modern
day meteorologists. Another
developed a crude formula
to correlate rainfall with 'a
rise or fall in the water table.
Another tried to demonstrate
the applicability of geothermal
heating and cooling units in
'Florida houses. One bright
youngster compared the output
of a wind powered electric
generator to a solar panel- and
compared both to the output
of a solar panel attached to a
windmill.
At the fair, one at a time,
judges in each scientific
discipline come around to visit
each student. The judges ask
questions, listen to the student's
presentation and rate. each
project.
The rating system includes
several categories: scientific
thought, project design,
originality or clarity, for
example. Each category has,a
set number of possible points.
Judges total the points and are
then asked to rank each student
project based on the points.
The judges then get together
and& negotiate for a first-,
second- and third-place winner.
Most of the time the process is
civil, although occasionally a
judge gets aggressive about a
particular student's work and it
can get tense.
The winners at the Clay
County fair get awards or


LEFT: For the Clay
County science fair,
KHES student Clayton
Hill measured the
blood pressure of six
subjects before and after
a visit with their pets.
Five of the subjects'
measurements went
down after the pet visited.
The sixth subject was
bitten by her pet guinea
pig during the visit and
her blood pressure
went up. "Guinea pigs,"
Clayton said. "You know
how they are." BELOW:
KHHS science students
Allison Alsup and Taylor
Poppell shared lunch
at the science fair last
week. Allison's project
measured carbon dioxide
in human breath before
and after exercise.
Taylor's experiment
measured the effects of
music while working. a
computer puzzle. Alsup's
.project took second
place in the biochemistry,
senior high division.


ribbons. From there, they
go on to statecompetition,
and the process begins
again.
But in a very real way,
there are no losers at the
science fair. In working
with their projects, each
entrant has gained a
clearer understanding of
the natural and scientific
wonders around them-
and they've taken another
step' up the, ladder of
critical thinking:


Confessions of science fair judge


BY JAMES WILLIAMS
Monitor Editor


Most judges at the science
fair know a little about science
and some are experts. There
Smay 'be a few who don't know
much about science at all.
In. the interest of full
disclosure-; this writer falls
into the last category, yet. he
has served as a judge at the
science fair for the last three
years.
As Keystone Heights Rotary
President Harold Gilstrap told
Shis club, "You don't e% en ha\ e
to kpow how to spell science,"
to bd a-judge. .. .. ---' .
Afl three years, it has been
an honor and a pleasure to
be a judge at the science fair.
Whether or not they won first
place,.every last student was
inspiring and a joy to speak
with. No exceptions.
What seems to be important
is that judges understand the
scientificmethodofdeveloping
a hypothesis, experimenting,
observing, measuring and
reaching a conclusion.
When my group of
earth-space science judges
assembled last week, every
sitiglejudge- science smart or
not-had picked out the same
two students for first place in
the junior and in the senior
high categories. Our second
and third picks were. roughly
the same, too," although in
different ranking'.order.. From'
there the negotiations went
smoothly and, hopefully,
science was served.
Here are some tips for
science fair bound students.
The most crucial" moment for
success at the fair is picking a
measurable topic or .question


that will genuinely intrigue
the student over a period of
time.
The prizewinners tend to
,have a sincere fascination with
the hypothesis they are trying
to prove or disprove. Those
students tend to delve a little
deeper into their projects; and
when the judges came around,
their fascination is infectious.
SAn idle, passing interest may
not do, nor a topic suggested
by the student's parents, nor
a topic the student, got off
the Internet, nor one chosen
because someone else did ,
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Unless any of those really end
up:fascinating the. student.
Several of my fellow judges
said' they felt that while
presentation was not the main
event, a little preparation went
a long way. You can't mask
weak science with a top-notch
presentation, but you can make,
good science even better with
a little personal polish.
We noticed that all the
winning students stood up:
when the judges approached.
The point is not that standing.
up is a sign of respect or good
manners. Science miay' not
care much about that.
But many Of'tfie judges are
older and if a student stays
seated, speaks ,softly and
mumbles, the judges may not
be able to understand a word
he or she is saying, especially
while: Others are talking in a
crowded, bustling warehouse
with bad acoustics. Leaning
over to hear better or read the
project notes is not easy for
older backbones. One judge
in 'our group sat down in 'the
students' empty chair while
they talked.


Prizewinning students
seemed to' have rehearsed
their presentations- a little.
Maybe they didn't memorize
a speech-which could work
against them-but they knew
in advance what they were
going to say, and how they
were going to introduce their
project. They weren't winging
it. They knew what they were
talking about, they knew what
their main points Were and,
above all, they were clear.


their experiment and
its. outcome was and'
what it meant and why
that outcome could be
important.


And the
Lake Region
science fair,,,
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In short, they could Junior Division
explain to a judge-even Behavioral science: Second
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Lake Butler Middle School students participating in the Florida Bandmasters
Association Solo and Ensemble Music Performance Assessment (not pictured in
order) were Kyrsten Johnson, Marina Ramos, Jubilee VanMeter, Lesley Barnes,
Caroline Rimes, Matt Fisher, James Brown and Christine Wight.


Lake Butler Middle School students who were members of the North Florida Honor
Band (not pictured in order) were Marina Ramos (1st chair flutel, Katie Tricocci (5th
chair flute), Christine Wight (1st chair oboe), Michael Riggs (2nd chair oboe), Case'
Snyder (1st chair clarinet), Breanna Bryan (8th chair clarinet), Dyrsten Johnson
(4th chair trumpet), Chelsea Cayton (1st chair French horn), Alex Hankins (1st chai
Baritone), Coty Bonesio (3rd chair trombone), Abble Metz (1st chair tuba), Matt Brov
(2nd chair tuba), James Brown (percussion) and Jonathan Besso (persussion). The
honor band members are pictured with LBMS band director Dirk Schmidt (back row
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Crosby fights for health


For 27-year-old Chris
Crosby and his family, Jan.
2 started out as an ordinary
day, just like any other. His
,parents went off to work and
Chris headed out to the farm
and tended to the horses,
moved cows from one field
to another, set up hay sales
and took care of a few other
odds and ends. One of the
last things Crosby did on the
farm that day was install his
father's new flagpole at the
entrance to the farm.
Crosby then headed out
to his girlfriend Shayna's
house in Lake City to
surprise her by cleaning and
mowing her lawn before she
returned home from a family
vacation in the mountains.
He returned back home
and loaded his truck ,qr the
next morning's bass fishing
tournament. Crosby has
always loved being outdoors,
especially hunting and fishing.
Throughout the day, as he
does every day, he telephoned
his mother several times to
ask her, "Mom, what can I
do for you today?" For those
who know and love Crosby,
these are the kind of character
and personality traits that make
him stand out. He was always
helping others and wanting to
do something nice to please
others every day of his life.
Friends were always stopping
over to hang out and Crosby
would throw something on the'
grill or cook something for
them to eat. The evening of
Jan. 2, was one of those times.
Along with some of the guests,
Crosby was joking around and
wrestling, but unfortunately
somehow fell and instantly
.broke his neck. Someone began
administering CPR for about
15 minutes, and then his father
also helped administer CPR for
several more minutes. A life
flight helicopter landed in a
field and transported Crosby to
Shands Hospital in Gainesville-
Crosby's life had been saved
and he underwent surgery two
days later before finally waking
up. Thankfully, he did not suffer
any brain damage, but remains
on a respirator, paralyzed from
the neck down.
Incredibly, this was not the
first neck injury for Crosby.
While attending Union County)
High School 10 years ago, he
broke his neck while playing
football. At the time, Crosby
didn't know how serious the
injury was, but knew something
was wrong and had his mom
drive him to the emergency
room later that night.
He was incredibly lucky that
first time, undergoing surgery
to have pins put in place, and he
made a full recovery from the
injury. Ten years later, he and
his family are now faced with'a
much more traumatic situation.
Crosby remains paralyzed and
has been at Shands for more
than four weeks. Crosby and
his family have weathered
some of their worst physical
and emotional storms, but say
that despite all the bad days.
Crosby has his good days, too.
Doctors, however, told his
family that is was unlikely
Crosby would ever regain
any movement, but the family
remains encouraged by
Crosby's attitude and the fact
they have seen him move his


toes and hands.
To. make matters
worse, Crosby is without
health insurance and the
family states that Shands
would like to have him
moved to a nursing home
as soon as they feel he
is able to do so. The
family, however, want to
have Crosby moved to
the Shepherd Center in
Atlanta, a rehabilitation
center for spinal cord
injury patients.
SWithout. medical
insurance, they cannot
afford to do so and have
established the Chlris
Crosby. Supplemental
Needs Trust Fund to get
Crosby the rehabilitation
he needs. Donations
can be made payable
to Sterling D. Colee.
'Trustee of Chris Crosby
SNT and mailed to Bank
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Union, Baker, Columbia,
Alachua, Gilchrist and Dixie / I' lll
counties participated in the ," '.
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Solo and ensemble Music
Performance Assessment held ,
at Buchholz High School in t A*:- .. .
Gainesville.
Students were rated in the areas BradfordV-Middle-School students who received
of tone quality, notes, rhythms, chairs In the North FlorldaHlonorBand were Rachel
dynamics and musicality and Rensberger and Sean Jones. BMS band director Dustin
graded on a scale of superior, Adams Is pictured on the right.
excellent, good, fair or poor.
All solos were performed with
an accompanist. Julie Taylor Matt Fisher and James Brown performed a Snare
of Gainesville was the accompanist for Union drum duet. These band students joined a number
County band students. of other band students from Bradford, Baker.
Lake Butler Middle School students who Gilchrist and Columbia counties who all received
participated in the event were Kyrsten Johnson a seat on the North Florida Honor Band, who
who performed a trumpet solo, Marina Ramos joined together and performed in concert at the
r and Jubilee VanMeter who each performed a Bradford' High School.auditorium on February 6.
h flute solo, Lesley Barnes performed a Tenor sax .Everett M .Co.n.ntoLor.t.-Clarke Middle School
y solo and a Tenor sax duet with Caroline Rimes, was the clinician for this year's honor band
Christine Wight performed an oboe solo and performance.


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ABOVE: 27-year-old Chris'
Crosby has his good days
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paralyzed early last month.
BELOW: Crosby was an avid
hunter before his accident.
LEFT: Crosby before the
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put that sparkle back in Chris'
smile and the twinkle back in
his eyes."
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REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY
The City of Lake Butler Community
Redevelopment Agency (CRA), in accordance with
Chapter 163, Florida Statutes, has filed with the
City Commission of the City of Lake Butler, and
other enttitpsra report of its activities for Es.Fsca,
Year 2007-08. The report, includes an Agency
financial statement resulting from an independent
audit of Agency's Redevelopment Trust Fund as
well as program accomplishments.

This, CRA report for Fiscal Year .2007-2008 is
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Rec dept. wants support for building


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor

The Starke Recreation
Department is encouraging its
supporters to attend the next city
commission meeting at which
time the board will be asked to
finally put money into funding a
new facility.
Recreation Department
Director Alica McMillian said
with construction costs down,
architect Paul Stressing will
present a plan to build the shell of
the new recreation building, and
finish the facility off as further
funding becomes available.
With' the money the city
already has on hand to fund
the facility, McMillian said the
city can afford to get to work
on building the shell in the near
future.
What's more, once the shell is
in place, the recreation director
said the city stands a better
chance at getting grants to finish
the project. While there aren't
funds available to build a full
facility from the ground up, there
is a willingness to help improve
or finish such projects, she said.
Proposed is an already scaled-
down version of a prior vision.
This economized version planned
for land the city already owns


CABLE
Continued from Page 1A

The issue of the resignation
letter was handled as an
emergency item added to the
day's agenda. During discussion,
School Board Member Vivian
Chappell vaguely questioned
Moore without shedding light
on any allegation. Chappell said
she wasn't sure she understood
the process through which the
matter arose, but she wanted to
know if it was true that one of the
individuals who made a charge
now wanted to have their name
removed from the charge.
Moore said she did not know
about any such request.
"I just want make sure that
what we do is the right thing to
do," Chappell said.
Byron Ramseur, a pastor who
has worked closely with the
middle school in establishing
a 21s Century Learning Center
after-school program, spoke to
the board during the citizen's
comment period about Cable's
resignation.
Comparing the decision to
remove Cable to a judicial ruling,
Ramseur said he believed not
enough consideration had been


at the park on Edwards Road
contains a gymnasium with a ball
court and retractable bleachers.
There is also a concessions area,
office space, an eat-in kitchen,
restrooms and a classroom area.
But even as a shell with
functional restrooms, McMillian
said the building could be used
for some programs, and the
city should now be able to get
that build for a much better
price. Advertising for bids will
determine whether that is the
case.
With the proceeds from the
old armory and money set aside
by the city annually for the
project, McMillian said there
is around $700,000 available to
put the project to bid and begin
work. Doing so would not only
benefit the program, but help the
local economy by putting people
to work, she said.
She made it clear, recreation
isn't asking for new money, just
the money that has already been
set aside.
Space to support the recreation
program shrank over time, even
as program popularity grew. The,
city sold the ,old armory to help
fund the new facility, and the
park on Pratt Street was traded to
make way for the county's public
library.


given to granting mercy or
leniency.
"To my understanding, there
was no discussion, no verbal or
written warning affecting his
release. I have always said it's an
awful thin pancake that only has
one side," Ramseur said.
The pastor petitioned to be on
the agenda for the board's next
meeting at which time he wanted
to hear the board's response to
concerns about the loss of Cable
at the middle school.
Ramseur said others who
wanted to speak could not
attend the 2 p.m. meeting on
Monday. According to the pastor,
their concern for Cable was
professional, not personal. .He
said Cable had raised the middle
school's grade from a C to a B,
reduced referrals, effectively
worked with after-school
programs and the SAC committee
to raise FCAT scores and improve
adequate yearly progress, and
developed positive relationships
with students, parents, faculty
and the community.
'"The issue probably boils
down to an isolated human error
ending up in a lack of concern for
the big picture.of the educational
welfare for our students," he
said.


Currently, .4. programs are
offered out of the Thomas Street
facility, which, although useful,
is essentially two former school
portables the city was able to
sew together. There is outdoor
recreation space, but no space for
indoor athletics. Still, the after-
school program, Tiny Tots and
other offerings are held there.
The basketball program has
been held at the RJE gym, but
McMillian said they have also
had to drop sonie programs, both
because of the i*cl of space and
as well as the economy.
McMillian said the rec
department has big plans for the
new facility if it ever gets built.
Beyond basketball, the gym will
be used for new offerings like
indoor soccer and roller-skating.
The attached kitchen means it
can also be used as a conference
hall.
From the fire department
and roads, to the proposed
amphitheater and talk of a new
city hall, it seems the recreation,
program is always patiently
competing with other projects.
But while the city has to borrow
or get creative to pay for many
such projects, money has been
accumulating for years to build
this new recreation facility.
The matter was booted from


There was some discussion of
procedure for setting the agenda
and the superintendent's powers
over personnel matters, but no
decision as to whether the issue
would be placed on the next
meeting agenda. Attorney John
Cooper said it really wouldn't
be appropriate to have a hearing
on a personnel matter unless
the superintendent had brought
a recommended action for the
board to consider,
Whether to have an open
discussion of the matter was up
to the board, however. Cooper
said the board had the right to
discuss anything it wants to once
it has been placed on the agenda,
which is set by the superintendent
and board chair..
Ramseur said he had been
advised of this, and while he
tried to be a person of order, he
told the board he also wants to be
a person of peace.
"There is a disturbance in
the community, and with there
being a disturbance, I'm not
really speaking by myself at this
moment, and I'm really trying to
help keep the peace, so that's why
I brought that to your attention,"
Ramseur said.
This is the second high profile
personnel issue Moore has faced


the last agenda, but McMillian
is asking for citizens to attend
the next meeting to show their
support for the recreation
program.
The city commission meeting
is scheduled for Tuesday, March
3, at 7 p.m. at Starke City Hall.

Summer
program to
move to RJE
The city has already agreed to a
deal with the Concerned Citizens
of Bradford County .to move its
summer recreation program to
the RJE Center on Pine Street.
For the past few years since the
Pratt Street facility was closed,
the summer recreation program
has been held at the fairgrounds.
For the same price, the city will
rent space at the RJE center.
With agymnasium,playground,
classrooms, a library, a ball field,
etc., the program should be better
served. Organizers also won't
have to worry about moving
in and out to accommodate
others who rent the fairgrounds
buildings.
McMillian said the department
would also be better able to
separate kids by age group.


in recent weeks. Still new
to in her position as the district's
superintendent of schools,
she later said every day is a
learning process and one that she
approaches with a lot of prayer.
The next school board meeting
is scheduled for Monday, March
9, at 6:30 p.m.



URIBE
Continued from Page 1A

language of the union contract
is something that can 'be taken
care of during the next round of
negotiations.
Uribe was suspended without
pay following the allegation that
he brought nude photographs of
himself onto 'school grounds via
his cell phone. That phone was
found by students,who discovered
the photos and turned the device
over to administrators.


Body condition
scoring cattle
A COLUMN BY TIM
WILSON
Bradford Extension Director
Many methods
cattlemen use
to evaluate the
S, ^ bodycondition
score (BCS)
o ir of their cattle.
4 Most methods
involve using
a numerical
system that
\ ranks cattle
on a scale. A
common method of body condition
scoring uses a scale of one to nine,
with one being emaciated and nine
obese (Whitman, 1975). These
numerical scores are subjective
and may differ slightly from one
evaluator and another.
'To begin, a producer can gain
experience using body condition
scores by assigning cattle into one
of four categories: thin (one to
three), borderline (four), optimum
(five to seven) or fat (eight and
nine). Most cattle in Florida are
not managed to excessive weights;
therefore, few cattle would be
categorized as fat. As experience is
gained and the evaluator becomes
familiar with details of .each
specific body condition score,
these categories can be further
broken into actual condition
scores. Research reported by the
University of Florida demonstrates
that as cattle decrease from a BCS
of five to four, they may have
reduced pregnancy rates by as
much as 30 percent. An additional
30 percent of pregnancies could be
lost when cattle drop from a four to
a three (Rae et al., 1993).


Ideally, cattle should be at a
body condition score of six at
calving and maintained at a BCS
of five at breeding. Extremes in
any situation (emaciated or obese)
can result in reduced pregnancies.
When should body condition
be evaluated?
Essentially every time you
ride through your herd you are
evaluating the body condition of
your cattle. These evaluations help
you to spot that sick, skinny or
problematic cow. These evaluations
help you to determine when you
should adjust the nutrition of the
herd or when to perform other herd
health activities. Although this
method of evaluation is extremely
useful, producers should record
the BCS of each animal in the herd
a minimum of three times per year
(weaning, 90 days pre-calving and
at breeding) and adjust nutrition
accordingly.
The time period from weaning to
calving has proven to be the easiest
and most economical time to add
condition to cattle. Producers who
fail to evaluate body condition, or
fail to adjust the nutritional needs
of the cow herd after weaning may
have difficulty adding condition
later in the production cycle.
Body condition score at calving
time provides the best prediction
of re-breeding performance.
Approximately 90 percent of
cattle in optimum body condition
at calving will resume estrus
cyclic activity 60 days postpartum.
Assessing body condition at
breeding may offer useful
information that may help explain
reduced pregnancy rates.
If you have questions regarding
body condition scoring, or would
like to attend one of the workshops
listed above, feel free to contact
me at any time at (904) 966-6224.


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


Bradford's


Hines captures state championship in wrestling


Fellow senior Billy
Brooks brings home
a' medal, too

BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
It was a match that could
have easily gone into overtime,
but Bradford High School
senior Casey Hines was
determined to put an end to the
drama and claim the
championship he worked all
season long for.
Hines scored a,takedown as
time expired to defeat Jupiter
Christian's Byron Dames and
claim the Class A
championship in the 215-
pound class at the Florida High
School Athletic Association
Wrestling Finals Feb. 21 in
Lakeland.
"I was happy, to say the
least," said Hines, who became
just the third wrestler in
Bradford High School history


to win a state championship.
Hines was not the only
Bradford wrestler to come
home with a medal as fellow
senior Billy Brooks captured.
fifth place in the 140-pound
class.
Both wrestlers had goals of
undefeated seasons and state
championships. Brooks did not
quite get there, losing four
matches on the season and
slipping up in the third round
at state against eventual state
champion Deillon Dennis of
St. Petersburg Northside
Christian Academy, but Hines
did everything he set out to do.
"It just feels great," said
Hines, who went 42-0 this
year.
Bradford head coach Joe
Van Vactor said Hines actually
wrestled the championship
match with an injured back,
but Hines had a look about him
that Van Vactor said let him
know nothing was going to
stand in his way. of


accomplishing his goal of
winning state.
"You knew he was going to
win," Van Vactor said. "He
wasn't going to take it into
overtime.
Hines pinned his first two
opponents-Jensen Beach's
Jake Powell and Robinson's
DJ. Woods-in 1:05 and 3:28.
His third match was a little
tougher-a 6-5 win over
Archbishop McCarthy's TJ.
Marshall. Hines described the
match as a "doozy," saying
Marshall was a tough out
because he was "short, strong
and fast."
That "doozy" of a match
propelled Hines into the
championship round. During
an injury timeout late in that
match, Hines said he reflected
upon his season up to that
point. He was undefeated and
one win shy of winning .state.
He was determined not to lose
See HINES, p. 8B


Casey Hines (left) won a state championship for Bradford, while Billy Brooks
earned a fifth-place medal.


Rogers performs


benefit concert


Saturday in Starke


-Entertainer James Rogers
returns to Starke this Saturday,
Feb. 28, to perform his annual
fundraising concert for the
Bradford Ecumenical
Ministries Food Pantry at 7
pm. at the Bradford High
School auditorium.
!This will be Rogers' 14th
concert in Starke. His first
concert to benefit the Food
Pantry occurred 15 'years ago.
He has been coming every
year since with the exception
of two while recovering from
cancer.
Tickets to the show are $10
for adults and $5 for students.
They may be purchased at the
Bradford Coufity Telegraph,
Kingsley Lake Baptist Church,


Sampson City Church of God
and the following Starke
churches: First Christian, First
United Methodist, First
Presbyterian, St. Edwards
Catholic, St. Mark's Episcopal,
First Baptist and Madison
Street Baptist. The Food
Pantry will also have tickets
for sale at its booth at the
Santa Fe .Collge Boots 'n'
BBQ event at the Bradford
County Fairgrounds Friday-
Saturday, Feb. 20-21.
You may also call (904)
964-2459 for more
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fellowship hall.
All family and
invited to attend.


Carl-and Mickie Robinson,
friends are *also of Lake City. Heis a- 1998 BI RTHS .-BIRTHS
/ .-graduate of Columbia High
School and is currently
employed as a sergeant with -
Athe Reception and Medical
Center iri Lake Butler.
The wedding will take place
June 20, 2009 at First Baptist
i. Church of Lake Butler.


Demetria McNeal
Marcus Collins
McNeal-Collins
to wed Mar. 7
Barbara McNeal and Willie
J. McNeal, both of Lawtey,
announce the upcoming
wedding of their daughter,
Demetria McNeal, to Marcus
Collins, the son of Henry
Collins of Alachua and Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Woods of
Starke.
The wedding is set for
Saturday, March 7, 2009, at 2
p.m. at True Vine Outreach
Ministry, 422 N. St. Clair St.,
Starke. The doors will open at
1:30 p.m.
All family and friends are
invited to attend.


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to wed Mar. 7
Mr. and Mrs. Michael
Prescott of Starke invite
everyone to celebrate the
marriage of their daughter,
Brittany Nicole Prescott, to
Bryan Alan Morris of
Callahan.
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Carlton Travis McGee and
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announce their engagement
and upcoming marriage.
The bride-elect is the
daughter of Allen and Carolyn
Parrish of Lake Butler. She is
the granddaughter of Elery and
Katheryne Griffis, also of Lake
Butler, Wendle and Blanche
Nettles of Lake City and
Margie Parrish of Barberville,
Ky. Ms. Parrish is also the
great-granddaughter of Lucille
Arnold of Lake Butler and
Blanche Parrish of Beverly
Hills, Fla. She is a 2003
graduate of Union ,County
High School and a. 2007
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The annual Andrew Crosby
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Saturday, March 7, 2009, from
10 a.m. until ? at the Bradford
County Fairgrounds, Building
#3. -
Lunch will be served at
noon. Bring food for the
family and a tea to drink. For
more information, call Anna
Johnson, 904-964-9242..

Memorial
service
set for pastor
A memorial service for the
late pastor, educator and
community leader, May Lois
Bright McCray, will be held on
the anniversary of her death,
Saturday, March 7, 2009 at 11
a.m.
Location of the service will
be the church she built, Bethel
Free Will Baptist Church 694
N.E. Gibbs Terrace, Lake City
Fla. All friends, former co-
workers, students and entire
communities of Bradford and
Columbia, and surrounding
counties, are invited to attend.


Brayden
Williams
Jimmy and Lindsey
Williams of Lake Butler
announce the birth of a son,
Brayden Perry Williams, born
Wednesday, Jan. 14, 2009. .
Maternal grandparents are
Howe and Sue Moredock of
Starke. Maternal great-
grandparents are J.M. and
Betty Edwards, all of Starke,
and Olive Ryder of
Gainesville.
Paternal grandparents are
Susie Williams of Lake Butler
and Jimmy and Tammy
Williams of Green Cove
Springs. Paternal great-
grandparents are Elbert and Ida
Mae Jewell of Lake Butler and
Carol Aveniger of Mississippi.


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Starke announce the birth of a .
daughter, Cara Grace Lovell,
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Gainesville. She joins a sister,
Faith Lovell. She is also the
sister of the late Kayla Lovell.'
Maternal grandparents are
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Starke. Maternal .., great-
grandmother is Joan LeClere
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grandfather was the late James
Los ell. all of Starke. Paternal
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Retired Army Major Allan Pearce, facing the camera,
reminisced while standing in the hangar dance food
line. He speaks with British veteran Richard Sadler.


A glimpse of a


World War II vet


BY JAMES WILLIAMS
Monitor Editor
Among the many vets and
Women of the Air Service
Pilots attending the weekend's
events was Allan Pearce from
Jacksonville, who attended the
hangar dance on Saturday
evening with his daughter,
Carol.
During World War 11,
Pearce was a tech sergeant
with the 15th Airborne. He and
his 10-man crew flew more
than 50 sorties and bombing
runs over Italy. Everyone in
his unit made it through the
war.
However, Carol said, he was
a left wing gunner and often
flew in high altitudes beside an
open window in temperatures
24 degrees below 0. The rush
of wind wasn't what destroyed
the hearing in his left ear, she
said, it was the closeness of the
machine guns firing through


the open windpws.
After the war, Pearce went
back to Officers Candidate
School and subsequently
retired from the U.S. Army as
a major,
Pearce said he also spent
many years in the Army
Reserves in Jacksonville,


Wings of Dreams is bigger than ever


BY TYLER BROWN
Special to the Monitor
Wings of Dreams kicked off
last Friday, not with a bang,
but with the roar of engines.
Those engines were attached
to a B-24 Liberator, a B-17
Flying Fortress, a B-25J
Mitchell and a TP-51C
Mustang to be exact, plus other
aircraft parked on or flying
around the field at the
Keystone Heights Airpark. In
all, there were 25 aircraft on
display, plus vintage vehicles
and other aircraft that flew in
throughout the weekend.
The event officially opened
on Friday and ran though
Sunday, with aircraft moving
out on Monday to the next stop
on the Collings Foundation's
Wings of Freedom tour.
On Friday afternoon, there
were an estimated 100 to 200
people at the park at any given
moment. On Saturday the
estimate soared to 1,000 to
2,000 people at a time,
especially after the weather got
warmer after noon.
Around noon, there were an
estimated 500 cars parked at
the field down the road and
more than 50 people Waiting in
line for a shuttle ride to the
flight line.
Co-Directors Susan King
and Bob Oehl said they were
hoping for 20,000 throughout
the weekend, but were just as
happy with an increase over
last year's audience, estimated
to be between 10,000 to
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was feeling a little jittery
when, last Monday, only 100
tickets had been sold.


However, before the dance
ended, the caterer, who had
planned for 400, had run out of


food.
The Clay County
Community Swing Band
performed World War II era
numbers for guests who took
to the dance floor. Some came
in period outfits and uniforms.
One brave soul showed up in
a Weimar Republic uniform.
"Somebody has to represent
the other side," said Russ
Pendleton, a World War II re,
enactor from Fairbanks,
between Waldo -- and
Gainesville.
Visitors were still flocking
to the airpark on Sunday
morning. Throughout the day
people walked through the
aircraft and some paid big
money for a ride.
A special highlight of the
three-day event was the
number of veterans who
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Equality: What does it mean?


There is an old saying,
"Every one is equal," to which
some wag added, "but some
people are more equal than
others." The latter half of the
quotation is an oxymoron, but
true nonetheless. Actually, if
two items are equal, neither
can be more so than the other,
but in politics, where word
definitions mean what the
politicians say they mean,
anything is possible.
Remember the politician that
said, "Define the word 'is?'"
He was onto something; words
don't always adhere to the
definition found in Webster's
New Collegiate, Dictionary, as
we shall see.
The state of Florida owns.
_several atplanes" 6'or official
use by the governor and other
state officials. There is a
memorandum, edict, law,
statute or other official
document, known, to -af
officials, that prechides non-.
officials from riding on the
planes as non-paying
passengers. The document also
precludes other officials and/or


guests from riding in the
planes gratis unless a clear and
present reason is provided that
accrues to the advantage of the.
state. However, the law
provides that guests of officials
may ride in the planes by
paying a small stipend, much
less than the cost of a
commercial flight.
No problem thus far, but
wait7-a wealthy elected state
official (a lawyer) with two
expensive homes, one in his
hometown and another in
Tallahassee, has been flying
back and forth as if there is no
tomorrow, which in itself may
be legal but far from pruden,.-..
and allowing.his..wife-to6Tiy in
.. .the.-state-owned plane without
paying. News reports have
stated the official accrued
charges in excess, of $12,000
for his wife's travel expenses,
but recent issues state he
--endered a check for some
$6,000 in payment.
What's wrong with this,
picture? First, it has the
appearance of evil. Remember
Caesar's wife? She was


admonished to "avoid tife
appearance of evil." State
officials are cautioned to listen
to sage advice that has been in
the public conscience for some
2,000 years and remains as
relevant today as it was then.
Secondly, accepting gfatis
rides in the state-owned planes.
other than for state Jusisless
borders on (take-your pick)
theft, largo' embezzlement
or plain'stealing.
The problem of people
riding in state-owned planes
without paying (and it is a
problem that recurs froam...time-
to .time): c6uld -be easily
remedied by requiring pilots to
determine the validity of each
passenger and file a written
report.for each person inon
conformance.
Now back to equality: An
employee in the Department of
Corrections would be fired
immediately for converting
state property to his own use.
Need more be said?
By Buster Rahn, Telegraph
editorialist


2 excellent letters tothe editor


Starke Patrolman Jason
Crosby, while working traffic
on the evening of Jan. 18,
observed a car with a headlight
burned out and pulled it over
to advise the driver to have the
lamp repaired. In filling out the
required forms for detaining a
motorist, Crosby discovered
violations that would have
remained unknown without the
equipment failure. Therein lies
a story.
The 21l-year-old' female
driver was southbound,
traveling from Ponte'Vedra to
Gainesville. When stopped,
she appeared to be unduly
frightened. Crosby quickly
learned the cause of her fright;
she was driving with an invalid
driver's license and had no
insurance on the vehicle. ,
Under the circumstances,
rb{sby had no choice other
|h4n to impQo.nd the -ar and
either have it towed or allow
the driver to have it towed.,
The driver elected to initiate
the towing; Crosby. completed
the required paperwork and
wrote the driver, Miss Lobato,
a ticket for driving a vehicle
while her license is suspended
or revoked. He did not charge
her for driving without
insurance, which would have
been an additional .$91. The
car was stopped in a well-
lighted area on U.S. 301, just
north of the intersection with
S.R. 16, and Miss Labato was
in no apparent danger.
Although she had no money,
she had a ceJl phone and-caHed"".
her father in Gainesville to
come for her, which he did.
The car was towed to
Jacksonville.
Miss Lobato's mother, Peggi
Lobato, wrote an,excelrent
letter to the editor of the
Bradford County Telegraph,
relating her daughter's version
of the incident and the $141
fine, painting Starke patrol.
officers as being uncaring and
possibly mean-spirited. She
pictured her daughter as being
terrified, and well she should
have beep with the realization


that she was in violation for
driving without insurance or a
valid license, and being
stopped by an officer would
reveal the infractions.
Starke Chief of Police Jeff
Johnson says he doesn't
usually respond to letters or
critical comments, but he was
concerned that Mrs. Lobato.
leveled a charge of. leaving her
daughter in 4 dangerous
situation in a dark and lonely
place, sitting beside the
highway, alone and without
money. He responded with a
letter to the editor that was also
well written,,saying his officer
followed the letter of the law
and in writing the ticket, saved
her at least $91. The fine for
driving with an invalid license
is set by the state, and the
proceeds distributed .-. by
formula to various entities.
SIn talking-' W',ithlt. Chief
Johnson, I learned the proper,.
procedure for. a driver' to
follow if a&patrol officer drops,
in behind and flicks his light,
signaling the driver to pull
over and stop. If the area is


congested, or dark, or if the
driver questions the validity of
the car with the light, he or she
should slow down below the
speed limit, turn on his/her
flashers and. proceed to a
lighted area before pulling off
the highway. The officer will
recognize the signal as being
the proper legal procedure and
act appropriately.
Chief Johnson took
exception to the comment in
the letter that stated, ."Your
police force is notorious for
incidents like this." Obviously,
Mrs. Labota was confusing
Starke with towns that
stringently enforce traffic laws,
but in this instance she was
wrong. In its effort to move
more than 35,000 vehicles
through town each day, Starke
,allows c~rs.and, trucks to move
,expeditibusly. Otherwise,
chaos would reign.
..Starke residents seem to
have few complaints
concerning their police
department.
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Recent
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Bradford,
Clay or Union
The following individuals
were arrested recently by local
law enforcement officers in
Bradford, Union or Clay
(Keystone Heights area)
counties:
Brittany Nicole Branch, 18,
of Jacksonville was arrested
Feb. 16 and booked into the
Bradford County Jail on
warrants for two counts of
aggravated assault. Bond was
set at $10,000 and she was
released on bond Feb. 16.
Andre Bernard Dommon,
33, of Starke was arrested Feb.
16 by- Bradford County
Sheriff's Office (BCSO)
deputies for possession of drug
paraphernalia. Bond was set at
$1,000 and he was released on
bond Feb. 18.
Leroy Stoutamire, 41, of
Starke was arrested Feb. 16 by
BCSO deputies for three
counts of possession or sale of
controlled substances and one
count of possession of drug
paraphernalia. Total bond was
set at $116,000 and be
remained in jail as of press
time.
Randy Eugene Dewolfe, 52,
of Starke was arrested Feb. 17
by BCSO deputies for battery,
aggravated assault, false
imprisonment and tampering
with a witness. Total bond was
set at $35,000 and he remained
in jail as of press time.
Joe Allen Prevatt, 43, of
Starke was arrested Feb. 18 by
Starke Police Department
(SPD) officers for failing to
report an address change as a
sexual offender. He was being
held on no bond.
Eric Wayne Jordan, 22, of
Raiford was arrested Feb. 18
by SPD officers for possession
of less than 20 grams of
cannabis and possession of
drug paraphernalia. Bond was
set at $2,000 and he was
released on bond Feb. 19.
Rodney James Geiger, 23, of
Starke was arrested Feb. 19 by
BCSO deputies for possession
of more than 20 grams of
cannabis (marijuana) and


carrying a concealed weapon.
Bond was set at $30,000 and
he remained in jail as of press
time.
Dustin Michell McSpadden,
21, of Lake Butler was arrested
Feb. 19 by BCSO deputies for
grand theft. Bond was set at
$40,000 and he remained in
jail as of press time.
David Eric Bresee, 23, of
Hampton was arrested Feb. 19
by BCSO deputies for felony
battery and criminal mischief.
Bond was set at $15,000 and
he remained in jail as of press
time.
Bruce Allen Barnes, 51, of
Starke was arrested Feb. 19 by
SPD officers on two counts of
retail theft and possession of
drug paraphernalia. Bond was
set at $11,000 and he remained
in jail as of press time.
Jeffrey Wayne Morrow II,
27, of Lawtey was charged
Feb. 19 by Department of
Corrections investigators on
two out-of-county warrants.
He was being held in the
Bradford County Jail on no
bond.
Jimmy Ray Garrard, 54, of
Starke was arrested Feb. 19 by
Florida Highway Patrol
troopers for DUI with property
damage. Bond was set at
$5,000 and he was released on
bond Feb. 21.
Daniel Scott Nichols, 23, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Feb. 19 as a habitual traffic
offender and- for fleeing and
attempting to elude law
enforcement officers. Total
bond was set at $7,500 and he
remained in jail as of press
time.
Karen Claudia Clyatt,.40, of
Lake Butler was arrested Feb.
20 by Union County Sheriff's
Office (UCSO) deputies for
aggravated battery on a law
enforcement officer,
possession of more than 30
grams of cannabis, possession
of drug paraphernalia, resisting
an officer without violence and
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operator.
Amber Rose Bledsoe, 21, of
Ocala was arrested Feb. 20 for
violation of probation. She was
being held on no bond as of
press time.
Robert Jackson Ji., 25, of
Starke was arrested Feb. 20 by


Lawtey Police Department
*(LPD) officers on a warrant for
failure to appear in court on
bail. Bond was set, at $4,000
and he remained in jail as of
press time.
Leila Jackson, 18, of Lake
Butler was arrested Feb. 21 by
UCSO deputies for grand theft.
Bond was set at $5,000 and
she remained in jail as of press
time.
Christopher O'Shea
Jefferson, 23, of .Starke was
* arrested Feb. 22 for resisting
an officer without violence.
Bond was set at $1,000 and he
was released on bond Feb. 22.
A Lake Butler juvenile was
arrested Feb. 20 by UCSO
Deputy James York for
burglary of a conveyance and
theft. The juvenile allegedly
offered to help the victim, who
was having car trouble. The
juvenile allegedly got into the
vehicle and then exited with an
iPod belonging to the victim.
When the victim refused to
trade a skateboard for the iPod,
the juvenile took the iPod and
left the area.
Jacob William Honeycutt,
24, of Lake Butler was arrested
Feb. 21 by UCSO Deputy
Kevin Hilliard on a warrant for
theft and dealing in stolen
property. Bond was set at
$2,500.
Dexter Lawson, 25, an
inmate at Florida State Prison,
was charged by UCSO Capt.
H.M. Tomlinson on a warrant
for battery. He was booked at
the Union County Jail and then
returned to FSP following first-
appearance.
Aaron John Silcox, 30, of
Lake City was arrested Feb. 18
by UCSO Capt. Tomlinson on
a capias for failure to appear in
court on an original felony
charge. Bond was set at
$15,000.
Max Hogg, 31, of Keystone
Heights was arrested Feb. 17
by Clay County Sheriff's
Office (CCSO) deputies for
violation of probation on an
original domestic battery
charge.
Sean Yost, 41, of Keystone
Heights was arrested Feb. 17
by CCSO deputies for indirect
criminal contempt.
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Israel Drago, 20, of Keystone
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WINGS
Continued from page 3B

machinery had a play area
filled with bounce houses and
other forms of fun. A number
of vendors provided food ,and
military, WWII, or aircraft-
related items. One vendor was-
selling custom-made dog tags.
Both days, airplane engines
could- be heard around the
area; with at least one aircraft
aloft at all times. And there
were drawings for a free
airplane ride each day.
There was a raffle for a
Diamond Star DA-40XLS and
a silent auction for other
aircraft such as a Cessna 124.
The vintage planes also gave
"mission rides" for fans who
paid more than $400 for the
thrill. Those passengers
walked through the aircraft
while in the air. Budget
shoppers also toured the
aircraft still on the ground.
There were multiple chances
for visitors to meet and speak
with the veterans. The vets
included the WASPs (Women
Airforce Service Pilots)


symposium and a number of
question and answer sessions
with veterans. Several of the
old soldiers set up in a tent and
gave presentations specifically
for children throughout the
event.
From the tickets at thie gate
to the hangar dance to the
raffles and rides, all net
proceeds earned from the event
will be put toward the soon-to-
be-built Wings of Dreams
Aviation Museum. The
planned museum will include
actual WWII airplanes and
show the processes they go
through for restoration. -Other
artifacts and WWII
memorabilia will also be
housed at the museum,
including recordings of the
veterans' narrations of their
lives and battles.
Oehl created The Wings of
Dreams program in part
because he said he believes
Americans and citizens of the
world are losing their
appreciation for the veteran
men and women who fought,
and the many who made the
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PUBLIC NOTICE
The regular scheduled meeting of
the Bradford County -Board of
County Commissioners for March
2, 2009 has been cancelled. The
next meeting will be held on March
19, 2009 at 6:30 p.m. in the
Commission Meeting Room, North
Wing, of the Bradford County
Courthouse.
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OBITUARIES


James
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KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-James
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Keystone Heights since 1996,
formerly of Gainesville, died
Thursday, Feb. 19, 2009, in
Gainesville.
Born on Oct. 29, 1937 in
Middlesboro, Ky., he was the son
of the late H.F. and Grace E.
Hammer Barnawell. Mr.
Barnawell was a graduate of FSU,
earning a degree in business and
was a veteran serving with the
U.S. Air Force. Prior to his
retirement, he was employed as an
All Claims Insurance Adjuster and
was a member of the Keystone
United Methodist Church.
Survivors include his wife of 46
years, Sandra Ellis Barnawell; a
brother, Thomas F. Barnawell Sr.
of High Springs; Margaret Pre.vatt
Smith of Panama City, and Myron
Prevatt III of Tampa.
Funeral services were held
Tuesday, Feb. 24. at Keystone
United Methodist Church with
Pastor Don Corbitt officiating.
Burial. was in Keystone Heights
Cemetery. In lieu of flowers,
contributions may be made to the
church building fund or to E.T.
York Hospice Care Center, P.O.
Box 15235, Gainesville, FL
32604. Arrangements were under
the care of Jones-Gallagher
Funeral Home of Keystone
Heights.
PAID OBITUARY

John Branch
STARKE-John Anderson
Branch, 71, of Starke, died
Wednesday, Feb. 18, 2009 at
Windsor Manor Nursing Home.
The son of Carl W. and Susie
Ann Spillers Branch, Mr. Branch
was retired from Florida
,Community College, Jacksonville,
as a shipping/receiving clerk; a
member of Sampson City Church
of God and served in the United
States Marine Corps.
.Survivors include his wife,
Barbara Schauer Branch of Starke;
daughters, Joyce Thompson and
Nancy Branch, both of
Jacksonville; a sister, Barbara
Allsbrook of Starke; seven
grandchildren, a niece and two
nephews.
Memorial services will be held
Sunday, March 7, 2009 at 11 a.m.
in'Sampson City Church of God.
Arrangements are under the
care of Jones-Gallagher Funeral
Home of Starke.

Merle Brown
LAKE BUTLER-Merle Cason
Brown, 94, of Lake Butler, died,
Wednesday, Feb. 18, 2009 at, the
Lake Butler Hospital following an
extended illness.
Born in Tampa, Mrs. Brown
lived most of her life in Lake
Butler. She was the daughter of
Andrew Whitehead Sr.. and
Verdie Palmer Whitehead; a
homemaker and member of the
First Christian Church of Lake
Butler. Mrs. Brown was preceded
in death by 'her husband, Eurie
| Brown; two sons, Jessie M. Cason
| and C.R. Cason; a sister, Olene
t Douberly and, brothers, A.W.
Whitehead Jr., John W. Whitehead
2 and Alfred Whitehead.
Survivors include a son, 'Jim
, Purvis Cason of Lake Butler;
brothers, Jack, Billy and Jimmy
Whitehead, all of Lake Butler;
Three grandchildren and seven
S great-grandchildren.
SGraveside funeral services were
Held Sunday, Feb. 22, in Dekle
Cemetery with Bro. Scott Fisher
officiating. The family requests
that in lieu of flowers, donations
, may be made as you wish. Archer
Funeral Home of Lake Butler was
in charge of arrangements.

ISteve Green
STARKE-Steve W. Green, 42,
of Starke died Sunday, Feb. 22,
2009 at E.T. York Hospice Care
g Center in Gainesville.
Born in Gainesville, Mr. Green
lived in the Starke area all of his
life, He attended Bradford County
schools and was a former heavy
machine equipment operator for
Gilman Paper Co. He was a
member of Pleasant Grove United
Methodist Church.
Survivors include his .wife,
Darlene Green; two sons, Steve
Green Jr. and Shalyn Addison;
two daughters, Christine Green
and Lataush Addison; his parents,
Petsey 0. Beard and Lessly
George Spates; two sisters, Nicole
Beard and Lessly Christine
Spates; five brothers, Joseph
Beard, Mark Beard, Louis
-fenerson, Eddie Dean and
Anthony Spates.
Viewing hours for Mr. Green


will be Saturday, Feb. 28, at
Pleasant Grove United Methodist
Church from II a.m. to I p.m.
Funeral services will be held
Saturday, Feb. 28, at I p.m. at
Pleasant Grove United Methodist
Church with the Rev. Carl Tyson
officiating. Burial will be private
at a later date. Pinkney-Smith
Funeral Home of Gainesville is in
charge of arrangements.

Billy Hagans
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-Joe
"Billy" William Hagans IV of
Keystone Heights died Tuesday,
Feb. 17. 2009.
A 2008 graduate of Keystone
Heights High School, Mr. Hagans
was a member of the Baptist faith,
and the Keystone Heights
Volunteer Fire Department
Explorer Post 501; a local
volunteer firefighter/EMT for
Keystone Heights and an honorary
firefighter/EMT for the city of
Jacksonville.
Survivors 'include his parents,
Joe and Marlene Hagans III of
Keystone Heights; a sister, Jessica
Hagans of Keystone Heights; his
maternal grandparents, Deryle and
Marle Glisson of Calvary, Ga.;
and his paternal grandparents, Joe
and Dot Hagans Jr. of Tallahassee;
Zoe Stover, the love of his life,
Todd Cooper, a special friend, and
a host offirefighter family.
Funeral services were held
Friday. Feb. 20. in Trinity Baptist
Church with Dr. James Peoples
and the Rev. Johnathan Carver
officiating. Burial was in
Keystone Heights Cemetery under
the care of Jones-Gallagher
Funeral Home of Keystone
Heights. In lieu' of flowers, the
family asks that contributions be
made, to the Keystone Heights
Volunteer Fire Department, P.O.
Box 576, Keystone Heights, FL
32656.


Floyd Henschel
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-Floyd
Elmer Henschel, 76, of Keystone
Heights, died Wednesday, Feb.
18,2009 in Gainesville.
Born in Watertown, Wis., Mr.
Henschel moved to Keystone
Heights in 1967, from Maryland.
He was the son of Elmer and Ethel
Hooker Henschel. Mr. Henschel
was a 20-year career veteran of
the U.S. Navy where he earned the
rank of photographers mate 1`
Class. Following retirement from
the Navy, he was employed for 20
years as a sign maker with Gold
Head. He was. a member of the
AmVets Post 86 of Keystone
Heights and a member of the
Lutheran faith.
Survivors include his wife of 45
years, Margarete Schroeder
Henschel; a daughter, Nancy
Blackwell of Keystone Heights:
three stepchildren, Susan
Blackwell of Keystone Heights,,
Linda Bedell of Cocoa Beach and
Richard Bedell of Atlanta; three
grandchildren, a great-
granddaughter and five step
grandchildren.
Funeral services will be held at
a later date. Jones-Gallagher
Funeral Home of Keystone
Heights was in charge of
arrangements. For those who
desire, contributions may be made
to AmVets Post 86, 6685
Brooklyn Bay Rd., Keystone
Heights, FL 32656.

Lula Knight
LAKE BUTLER-Lula F.
Knight, 91, of Lake Butler, died
Tuesday, Feb. 17, 2009 at the
Suwannee Valley Care Center in
Lake City..
Born in Monticello, Mrs.
Knight had lived in Union County
for several years. She was a
homemaker and member of the
Calvary Baptist Church in
Monticello. She was preceded in
death by her parents, John ,and
Agnes Fuquay; her husband, John
Wilson Knight; a son, Craig W.
Knight; a sister and three brothers.
Survivors include a son, Toby
(Betty) Knight of Raiford; a
grandson and two great-
grandchildren; four step
* grandchildren; 10 step-great-
grandchildren and 11 step great-
great-grandchildren.
Funeral services were held
Friday, Feb. 20, at Calvary Baptist
Church, in Monticello. Burial was
in Roseland Cemetery,
Monticello, under the care of
Archer Funeral Home of Lake
Butler.

Tiny Lovell
STARKE-George Leroy
"Tiny" Lovell, 86. of Starke, died
Thursday, Feb. 19, 2009 at
Windsor Manor Nursing Home.
Mr. Lovell was the son of
George Calvin and Katie Belle


Decker Lovell. He moved to
Bradford County in 1945 from
Winchester, Ill.; served in the
United States Army during World
War II, joined the Florida National
Guard, retiring after 28 years of
service; was a member of'Hope
Baptist Church and the American
Legion Post 56 in Starke for over
50 years. Mr. Lovell was preceded
in death by his parents, and his
first wife, Lucile Ward Lovell-
two sons, Henry Leroy Lovell anQ
Jimmy "Bubba" Lovell and a
daughter, Margaret Ann Lovell.
Survivors include his wife of 33
years, Elsie Belle Geiger Lovell of
Starke; a daughter, Mary (Butch)
Redding of Starke; sons, James A.
Gnann and Plen (Sherrie) Gnann
of Theressa; a daughter-in-law,
Michelle Lovell; eight
grandchildren, 11 great-
grandchildren: a niece Jan McRae;
nephew Duane Searle and
numerous nieces and nephews.
Funeral services were held
Saturday, Feb. 21, in Hope Baptist
Church with the Rev. Shawn
House, Mr. Dean Slocum and Mr.
Joey Hey officiating. Burial was
in Crosby Lake Cemetery under
the care of Jones-Gallagher
Funeral Home of Starke.
PAID OBITUARY


Vallie T. Lyle
BROOKER-Vallie T. Lyle, 81,
of Brooker, died Thursday, Feb.
19, 2009 at E.T. York Hospice in
Gainesville.
Born in Washington, D.C., Mrs...
Lyle was the daughter of Harold'
and Nellie Tipton; lived most of
her life in Maryland before
moving to Brooker in 1997 and
was a homemaker.
Survivors include a daughter,
Jenny Houseman of Brooker; two
brothers, Larry Tipton of New
Mexico and Harold Tipton of
West Virginia and a grandson,
Kirwin Houseman.
Memorial services and burial
will be at a later date. Archer
Funeral Home of Lake Butler was
in charge of arrangements.

Linnie Martinez
LAKE BUTLER-Linnie Faye
Martinez, 74, of Lake Butler, died
Friday, Feb. 20, 2009 at the
Suwannee Hospice' in Lake City
following'an extended illness.
Born in Cravings, La., Mrs.
Martinez was the daughter of Ira'
and Ollie Johnson. She lived most
of' her life in DeRidder, La.,
moving to Lake Butler four years
ago. She was a homemaker and of
the Baptist faith. Mrs. Martinez
was preceded in death by a son,
Shelton Johnson.
Survivors include her husband
of 54 years, Leonel A. Martinez;
three daughters, Sheila Diane
Duginski of Pinedale, Wyo., Linda
Nerll Jenkins of Lake Butler and
Sherri Alene Helmes of
Coppersaw' Cove, Texas; a
brother, Shelby Johnson of Starks,
La.; a sister, Beverly Ann Keel of
Coffeeville, Kan.; two grandsons,
four granddaughters and one
great-granddaughter.
Memorial services were held
Tuesday, Feb. 24, in the chapel of
Archer Funeral Home with Bro.
Arthur Peterson officiating. Burial
will be at a later date under the
care of Archer Funeral Home of
Lake Butler.

Justine
McKenzie
MELROSE-Justine Easom
McKenzie, 93, of Melrose, died at
her home Sunday, Feb. 22, 2009.
Born in Headland, Ala., Mrs.
McKenzie was the daughter of
Walter J. and Annie Givens
Parker. She' worked as a dietitian
and. was a member of the
Keystone Heights Assembly of
God. She was preceded in. death
by her husbands, Melton Jack
Easom and Samuel McKenzie;
three sons, Walter Joe Easom,
Jimmie Bruce Easom and Jerry
Hayward Easom, as well as a
sister, Tommie Lee Waldon.
Survivors include a daughter,
LeAnn Seay (Paul) of Melrose; 10
grandchildren, 19 great-
grandchildren as well as the
McKenzie children and
grandchildren.
Funeral services, for Mrs.
McKenzie were held Wednesday,
Feb. 25, in the Chapel of Evans-
Skipper Funeral Home of
Donalson, Ga., with the Rev.
Gerald Ross officiating. Burial
was in Friendship Cemetery under
the care of Evans-Skipper Funeral
Home. Flowers will be accepted
or memorial donations may be
made to The Roberts Center
Haven Hospice, 6400 St. Johns
Ave., Palatka, FL 32177.


Helen McVay .
Helen McVay

Helen McVay
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-Helen
F. McVay, 88, died recently. ,
Born in Beatrice, Neb., Mrs.
McVay worked as a crew chief at
Aero Parts during World War II;
was a homemaker; loved horses
,,and was a very talented seamstress
and crocheted beautifully. She was
a very dedicated wife and mother.
Survivors include her husband
of 41 years, James M. McVay; a
sister, Pearl Kelley of Beatrice,
Neb.; three children, Michele E.
Grant and Bobbie J. Meng, both of
Keystone Heights and Raymond
C. Sheese of Melrose; nine
grandchildren, Christy Hoilman,
Erika Swartz, Brian Grant, Angela
Leuschen, Tamarind Jewett, Marci
Rodby, Aaron Meng, Micah
Rodby and Brittany Rollins and
eight great-grandchildren.
Like the light you so brightly
shined, You will forever shine in
my heart.
Thank you Grandma, you loved
me unconditionally, you made me
who'll am today. I will forever hold
you in my memory.
Now you will ride that beautiful
white horse right beside me
everyday. You are my angel,.
riding free at last.
In lieu of flowers, donations
,may be made to Haven Hospice.
Arrangements are under the care
of Jones-Gallagher Funeral Home
of Keystone Heights.


Frank Paver
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-
Francis "Frank" Paver, 53, .of
Keystone Heights died Saturday,
Feb. 14, 2009, from injuries
sustained in an automobile
accident.
Born in north Miami, Mr. Paver
was a framer from Putnam
Aluminum. He served in the
United States Marine Corp., was
"-of theairtholic faith and a resident
I I.I ct*r. .-m anp.
Survivors include a son, Bryant
A. Paver of Columbia, Mo. and a
half-sister, Jackie Beck of
Montana. Mr. Paver is survived by
his partner of 10 years, Debra
Gravedoni.
Memorial services will be held
at.a later date. Arrangements were
under the care of Jones-Gallagher
Funeral Home of Keystone
Heights.

William Phillips
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-
William C. "Bill" Phillips, 62, a
lifelong resident of Keystone
Heights died Friday, Feb. 20,
2009.
Mr. Phillips was the son of
James and Mabel Chesser Phillips.
He was General Manager and
C.E.O. of Clay Electric
Cooperative, Inc. from December
1988 until his death. He was also a
member of Hope Baptist Church,
Keystone Rotary Club and served
on the Capital City Bank Board of
Directors.
Survivors include his wife,
Deborah "Debby", Phillips; a
daughter, Melanie Ford (Kasey) of
Keystone Heights; a son, Bill
Phillips' Jr of Tallahassee; two
stepsons, Brian Jerrels (Mandy) of
Branson and Kelly Jerrels (Becky)
of Williston; a brother, James D.
Phillips Jr. (Alvyna) of
Okeechobee and eight
grandchildren.
Graveside services will be held
Thursday, Feb. 26, at 2 p.m. at
Hope Baptist Cemetery with
Pastor Donnie Lott officiating. In
lieu of flowers, the family asks
that contributions be made to the
American Cancer Society, c/o
Relay For Life Ke 'stone Heights,
1536 Kingsley 'Ave., Suite 123,
Orange Park, FL 32073. The
family would also like to
encourage friends and Clay
Electric members. to attend the co-
op's 71' Annual Meeting in
Keystone Heigh.t .on March 26,


2009.
Bill's 43-year career at Clay
Electric will be recognized at the
Annual Meeting. Arrangements
are under the care of Jones-
Gallagher Funeral Home of
Keystone Heights.
PAID OBITUARY

Philip Reagan
STARKE-Philip Harold
Reagan, 63, of Starke, died
Wednesday, Feb. 18, 2009 at
Memorial Hospital in
Jacksonville.
Born in Jacksonville, Mr.
Reagan was the son of Edwin
Harold Reagan and Cleone
Edmondson Reagan; a retired
meat cutter and 'graduated from
Bradford High School in 1969. He
was preceded in death by a
daughter, Pam Ferrell.
Survivors include a daughter,
Traci Reagan of Ocala; a son, Lee
Bryant Reagan of Ocala; two
sisters, Linda Sain of Jacksonvillle
and.Sarah Massey of Starke.
Memorial services were held
Saturday, Feb. 21, in the DeWitt
C. Jones Chapel. Burial will be at
a later date. Arrangements were
under the care of Jones-Gallagher
Funeral Home of Starke.


Layton Roush

Layton Roush
STARKE-Layton Roush, 82, of
Hampton, went to be with the
Lord on Thursday, Feb. 19, 2009.
Mr. Roush was born May 1, 1926
in Cairo, Iowa.
Mr. Roush was the son of
Charles and Neva (Rutt) Roush
and a veteran of World War II.
Survivors include his wife of 22
years, Norma Roush; his Iowa
children, Jerry Roush (Carolyn),
Linda Roush, Richard Roush
(Jane), Dean Roush (Dina), Dixie
(Charlie) Charlier and Jean
Sulzberger. His Florida children,
Kenny (fiancee Ashley)
Carmichael. Rodney (Phyllis)
, anichne_ t.- EDarleanf., 4'1&Wo h
SDoaglass; 25" granchildtren,' 32
great-grandchildren; three
brothers, Woody Roush (Alma
Grace) of Iowa, Mike Roush
(Bunny) of Arizona and Rex
Roush (Carol) of Oklahoma; three
sisters, Nelda (Darrell) Yocum' of
Arizona, Verna (Neil) DeVine of
Iowa and Donna Brier of
Tennessee.
Services were held Sunday,
Feb. 22, 2009, at Smyrna Baptist
Church with burial in Crosby Lake
Cemetery. Arrangements were
under the care of Archie Tanner
Funeral Services of Starke.


Louise Sutton
STARKE-Louise G. Sutton, 97,
of Starke, died Friday, Feb. 13,
2009.
Born in Detroit, Mich., she was
the daughter of Otis B. Sutton and
Marie Groll Sutton. Mrs. Sutton
attended St. Marks Episcopal
-Church of Starke and was a life
member of the Eastern Star
Wolverine Chapter #52. She was
preceded in death by a niece,
Dolly Brownfield.
Survivors include a nephew,
John Sutton, and his wife, Joyce
Sutton of Starke; a great nephew,
Wayne Sutton of Gainesville; a
great-niece Marian Crews and
husband Tad; and two great-great-
nephews, Christopher (Jennifer)
Crews and Brandon Crews of
Starke.
Funeral services will be held at
a later date in Woodmere


Cemetery, Detroit, Mich. Local
arrangements were under the care
of Archie Tanner Funeral Services
of Starke.
















Sabrina Underwood

Sabrina
Underwood
STARKE-Sabrina Dianne
Underwood, 17, a lifelong resident
of Bradford. County, died
Wednesday, Feb. 18, 2009.
Ms. Underwood attended First
United Methodist Church of
Starke and was a captain in the Jr.
ROTC program. She was preceded
in death by an aunt, Sandra Sue
Underwood and a cousin, Sara
Cribbs.
Survivors include her parents,
John Underwood and Antoinette
Riccitelli: her boyfriend, Joseph
"Josh" O'Neal; a brother, Cody
Underwood; sister, Breanna
Underwood; grandparents Layton
and Lillian Underwood;
grandmother Diane Cole and Jim
Coyne, aunt and uncle Brian and
Mary Finley; aunt and uncle
Lonnie and Gloria Cribbs; uncle
Landon Howard Underwood; aunt
Elizabeth Riccitelli; cousins,
Richard Riccitelli, Nena Contois,
Holly and Kenny Hannah, Kevin
and Kayla Contois, Roger and C.J.
Underwood and Ben and Jennifer
Cribbs.
Funeral services were held
Monday, Feb. 23, at Highland
Baptist Church with burial in
Highland Baptist Church
Cemetery. Arrangements were
under the care of Archie Tanner
Funeral Services of Starke.
PAID OBITUARY

Cheryl Wood
GREEN COVE' SPRINGS-
Cheryl Wood. 56, of Green Cove
Springs died Monday, Feb. 23,
2009.
Born in Key West, Ms. Wood
moved to Camp Blanding five
year after her, birth and remained a
lifelong Clay County resident. Ms.
Wood is a 1974 graduate of, U.F.;
, s. .ss.emfpl.Yed t ihe-Clai L(C unyi
schooll Bo'.irJ I-i'r -1 )ear:; helped
in the family's Badcock Furniture
Store for years.. In March 2007,
she was honored by the North
Florida Learning for Life Council
with the Vivian Harris Lifetime
Achievement Award for her work
with special-needs young people;
and was a member of Advent
Lutheran Church. She was
preceded in death by her parents,
Chester and Lorraine Wood; a
sister, Mona-Kay and a brother,
Chester (Chipper) Wood Ill.
Graveside services will be held
Friday, Feb. 27, at 2:30 p.m. at
Hickory Grove Cemetery with
Pastor Robert Hale officiating.
Public visitation will be held
Thursday, Feb. 26, from 6-8 p.m.
at Lawrence-Helm Family Funeral
Home. In lieu of flowers, Ms.
Wood requested- memorials be
given to Hospice of North East
Florida or the Wood Family
Scholarship at Clay High School.

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Page 8B -TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR February 26, 2009


Starke's Parks turns 103


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
During Rodney Coe's first
year as pastor at First Baptist
Church of Starke, he had the
pleasure of attending a Sunday
luncheon to honor member
Louie Bell Park's 100I'
birthday. It was a "big
shindig," as he recalled, and
afterward someone asked him
how you celebrate someone's
101" birthday.
That was a good question, he
thought, but he and other
.members of the church have
since had to figure out how
,you celebrate someone's 102"d
and 103" birthday.
Parks celebrated her 1030'
birthday Jan. 31. As part of the
celebration, she -was
recognized at First Baptist's
Young at Heart luncheon on
Feb. 5.
"I was thinking, if Ms. Louie
Bell was a commercial, it'd be
like that old Timex
commercial-she takes a
licking but keeps on ticking,"


Starke
Kiwanis Club
raises more
than $800 at
poker tourney
The Kiwanis Club of Starke
raised approximately $900 at
its last Texas hold 'em poker
tournament, thanks to the
generosity of Ron Denmark.
Denmark, who wound up
finishing fourth at the Feb. 17
tournament, announced, after
he was eliminated, that he
would not only donate his
winnings back to the club, but
would donate an additional
amount matching whatever
player Ryan O'Neal earned.
O'Neal wound up placing
second, so Denmark donated a
total of $277, bringing the
grand total the club raised to
$890.
Eienmnark and O'Neal were
left at the final table, with club
member Tony Sellars handling
the duties of dealer. The table
also included Greg Forehand,
who finished third, and Gary
Forehand-Greg's twin-who
walked away the winner.
Members of the Kiwanis
rU",rthank the players,,
everyone who helped make
this fundraiser project
successful.
The next Kiwanis
tournament will be held
Friday, April 10, at 6:30 pm at
the Starke Golf and Country
Club', Admission. is $50 per
person. Dinner will be
provided, while snacks and
soft drinks will be available
throughout the tournament.
All money raised goes back
into the community in the form
of support for Bradford County
students, members of the clubs
under the umbrella of
Kiwanis-AKtion Club, Key
Club, Builders Club and K-
Kids-and many other
communityprojects.

KH Rotary
hosts golf
tourney
The Keystone Heights
Rotary Club is planning its
annual charity golf tournament
on March 7 at the KH Golf and
Country Club.
The shotgun start is at 8:30
a.m.
Golfers can register in
advance for $60 and at the
door for $70. Sponsors are also
needed. Individuals can help
sponsor the event for a $100
donation; a hole sponsorship
goes for $200. Business and
corporate sponsorships 'are
available for $500 and up.
Traditionally, golfers,
business people aiid Rotarians


Louie Bell Parks


Coe said. "Or the Energizer
bunny-everybody knows that
one-she keeps going and
going and going and going."
Coe shared seven verses of
scripture (Joshua 4:1-7) that he
said are a testimony to how


from Jacksonville to
Gainesville join the game.
Keystone Rotary President
Harold Gilstrap said the event
accommodates as many as 70
players. Both teams and singled
player golfers are encouraged
to attend.
Funds raised by the
tournament support Rotary
projects such as the Salvation
Army's Camp Keystone
scholarships, Keystone
Heights High School student
athletics and scholarships, and
Lake Area Ministries.

Starke Rec.
Dept.

accepting
summer camp
registrations
People may register their
children now for the Starke
Recreation Department's
sumrher camp and kiddie camp
.(ages 3-5).
The camps are scheduled for
June 8-July, 31 at a cost of
$300. Parents may begin
making payments now.
Registration lasts through
f4j' ..-,pore information;
please call the Starke
Recreation L Department at
(904) 964-6792.

Lifesouth
plans KH
blood drive
Keystone Heights and the
Lake Region encourage
eligible blood donors to join
LifeSouth in its blood drive on
Saturday, Feb. 28.
There will be two
bloodmobiles to choose from.
One will be at Hitchcock's on


good God is. On that subject,
Coe said God is go6d in that
he allows people to enjoy the
pleasure of life-something we
should not take for granted.


HINES
Continued from page 1 B

his final high school match.
"I got up, pounded my chest
and went into beast mode," he
said.


Therefore, Coe sai nhe And what is "beast mode?"
believes milestones are "It's spectacular," Hines
important in life-such as said. "That's a sight to see."
celebrating a 103'd birthday. Hines now joins John
The event at the church may Williams and Chris Adams as
not have been as big of a state-champion wrestlers from
"shindig" as Parks 100h Bradford. Williams won his
birthday celebration, which championship in the 135-
included proclamations .of pound class in 1991, while
"Louie Bell Parks Day" and Adams won the 140-pound
"Louie Bell Parks Week" by class in 2002.
Starke and Bradford County Adams is an assistant coach
commissioners, but Coe to Van Vactor and big part of
promised Parks she would get his success, Hines said. The
another such honor. two would "battle" each other
"At 105, we're going to have in practices.
another big shindig," Coe said. "He always pins me because
"How does that sound?" he's really good,' Hines said.
Parks seemed a little unsure "That's one of the reasons I'm
if she would be around for as good as I am."
that, but those who wished her More than anything, Hines,
well at the luncheon seemed to after finishing third in the state
have no doubts that First last year, just had the mindset
Baptist's very own "Energizer that he was not going to lose
bunny" would reach that this year, Van Vactor said. The
milestone. coach said Hines thrived under
the pressure of winning every
match.
S.R. 100 and the second will "He was on a mission," Van
be located at Harvey 's on S.R. Vactor said.
21. Blood drive hours will be Brooks, meanwhile, earned
from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. his first medal, though the
All who donate will receive senior admitted he was looking
a recognition item and a for a little more at this year's
complimentary cholesterol tournament.
screening. Donors must be at I just didn't perform like I
least 16 years old, weigh. 110 should have," he said.
pounds or more, and have a However, Brooks (48-4),,did
photo I.D. All 16-year-old earn his first career medal after
donors must have written a dubious call by a referee
parental consent. For more helped prevent him from
information about becoming a earning one in last year's
donor or about blood drives in tournament. That's why Van
your area, call LifeSouth at Vactor was so happy when
(352) 334-1000 -or visit Brooks won his first two
www.lifesouth.org., matches at this year's
tournament.
rit "I knew he would get
Community placement and come home
theater to with some type of medal," Van
theater to Vactor said.
fer kid Brooks defeated Archbishop
offer kids' McCarthy's Tyler Duncan 3-1
acting classes in the first round and followed
acting classes that up with a 10-5 win over
The Lake Region Hernando's Zach Pritz.
Community Theatre is offering In the third match against
two beginning acting Dennis, Brooks said he was
workshops in Starke for taken down late in the .first
children 7-14 starting in period and was never able to
March. score a takedown of his own.
Workshops are held two "I choked," he said. "I
hours per week for six weeks. should've won that match."
One will be held Wednesdays Dennis would go on to win
from 10 a.m. until noon, while the championship, capping his
another wjU.be hll,,aturdgys year with a 39-0 ..record.
from4Q JOt u@t. luigPi ,,ws brooks, meanwhile rruggleJ
There wT11 be no workshops to bounce back from tlie lo,-.
held the week of April 6-10 He suffered a 14-3 major
because of spring break. decision loss to Devin
The Lake Region LaChance of Riverdale.
Community Theatre is also "I didn't go out there with
now accepting registrations for my head on straight," Brooks
a mini drama camp, which will said, admitting he was still
be held April 6-10 from 9 a.m. upset at the loss to Dennis.
until noon for children 8-16. Brooks, though, gathered
This will be a Readers Theater. himself and defeated
Experience. Clearwater Central Catholic's
For more information, Bobby Zagers 3-2 to place
please call Karyn Merritt at fifth.
(352) 215-2422 or the Lake "He looked. good," Van
Region Community Theatre at VactQr said of Brooks in the
(352) 226-4082. You may also fifth-place match. "He was
send e-mail to back to competing."
lrct09@embarqmail.com. Brooks and Hines were
veterans when iti came to


competing at the state
tournament. The same could
not be said of teammate Brian
Blackshear, who qualified this
year as a freshman.
Blackshear, who wrestled in
the 103-pound class, was
eliminated the first day of the
tournament as he was pinned
by both David Vreeland of
Crystal River and Jahlani
Callender of Calvary Christian.
Still, Van Vactor said he
liked what he saw of
Blackshear (26-14) in the first
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, Bradford's Malcolm Moore (center) gets fouled
underneath the basket.



Cold shooting-



hurts BHS in loss


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
S: Telegrph Staff Writer
Eugene Blye helped keep his
team in the game in the third "
quDte bu poor shooting
e% entuall,' -Aexmed the
Bradford boys'. b Ikcetball,
team, which, lost 62-51 to
visiting Raines in a Class 4A
regional quarterfinal game
Feb. 19"
The Tornadoes (21-5i trailed
by just-one at the half. getting
three 3-pointers and II points
from Darrin Blye. and took a
35-34 lead in the third quarter.
Eugene Blye had seven points
in the quarter, with his layup
and subsequent free throw
giving Bradford the one-point
'lead.
However, the rest of the


team scored just five points in
the third quarter. Bradford,
which got a lift in the first half
off of Darrin Blye's outside
shooting, went cold from the
perimeter in the second half.
The Tornadoes missed 12 3-
point attempts until Darrin
Blye-"-made one with 34
seconds let'"-4ni, the game.
Bradford was 2-of15-.. from
beyond the arc in the second
half and 8-of-34 overall.
Bradford head coach Mark
McGraw said his undersized
team resorted to the same
tactic it has used throughout
the season-to try to overcome
its size disadvantage by
knocking down perimeter

See LOSS, p. 12B


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Devils too

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Indians
BY CLIFF SMELLED
Telegraph Staf II ruter
Keystone Heights return to
the regional pla offs for the
first time since 199I was brief
as the Indianm, %ere defeated
62- 32 b\ host Williston in a
Class 3A boys' regional
quiartnerinl ba.kethall gatme
Feb. 19.
W illision 21.1-8 scored m,-rc
points in the 'iri hall than thec
Indians had the entire Oaine
The Red De% ils outscored
Keystone 21-10 in the fir;q
quarter and led by 18 at the
hall
KeNstone i 12--I'i swas led bh
Dalton Campbell's 13 points,
whilee \'es Rund. nho had tlow
3-poinlers. finished \%ith eighi
points.
Campbell .ind tejinmate
Matt Sno\\ berger ha e pro en
to be quite a lirce in
rebounding and blocking shots.
but the\ could not muster
much of either against the
Devils. Ihe duo combined tor
seven rebounds and two
blocks..
Williston, which got 23
points from Jacques Edwards,
played P,K. Yonge (16-10) in
a semifinal game this past
Tuesday. .

Score by Quartet
KHHS: 10 5 8 8-32
WHS: 21 12 19 10-62


P.K. Yonge did not wait
until the second half to 'get
things rolling against the
Union County boys' basketball
team this year, outscoring the
Tigers 31-17 in the second
quarter en route to an 85-6'"
win in a (lass. 3A regional
quarterfinal. game' play ed Feb
19 in Lake Butler. -
The Tigers (9-20) hosted
P.K. Yonge. for, thi second,
straight year in the first roundJ
of the playoffs. Last year,,
Union held the Blue Wave to '
12 first-half points and led by
13 before being outscored 40,-
16 in the second half of a 52-
41 loss.
P.K. Yonge (16-10) led by
one after the first quarter
before building a 15-pomint
lead. Free. throws played a
large factor iII the Bkie \Val e
building that 'lead aj the\ hit
13-of-17 attempts from, the
fgul line in the second quarter.
Overall, P.K. Yon2e w as 4(1.
of-53 from the foul line .
Alvin Jernigan led the Tigers
with 26 points, while Chris
Alexander and Adam Cason
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in ihe- early innings and a
iong puj'forrtrince from
pitcher lessica Knighi helped
lead the. .Keystone Heights
softhall team t.i a 2-0 win over
visiting Orange Park Feb. 20.
It was the Indians' third
straight win over a larger
school. Orange Park is a Class
6A school,, while previous
opponents Columbia and
Bradfordl are 5A and 4A
-schools, r specti\ el'.
Keysto.e i4-0 prior to Feb.
'24) set" ~the tone early
defensi' el. Catcher Cortney
Ca.sas threw two runners out
attempting to steal in the first
inning, while shortstop
Chelksea Harvin and first
baseman C.elsea Cravey
turned a double play in the
second..
.: The Raiders got just two hits
S.ofof Knight,
Rya Story delivered the
-game's onl) t6, 'Her single in
the foiurh inning scored Becca
Heavrin, ,who was a courtesy
runner for Tori Jolley. Jolley

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(9041964-6305 *(3521473-2210 *(3861496-2261


in, outside Starke City
limits. Large living room
and kitchen w/appliances.
Screened in front porch,
carport with utility room,
fireplace, and new floor-
ing. $800/mo & sec.
deposit. Call 229-740-
7401.
TRIPLE WIDE MH for sale.
4BR/2BA, in Country set-
ting w/huge Oak 'trees.
Putnam County, on Bele-
my Rd. $161,000, call for
appointment. 904-219-
2059 or 352-473-3728.
2BR MOBILE HOME, PAR-
TIALLY furnished. $375/
mth plus deposit. Avail-
able by March 1st. Call
904-964-9089.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, fur-
nished, 1BR/1BA, large
deck, near Brooklyn Lake.
$450 month & utilities.
1 month security. Call
352-216-5111 or 352-216-
8027.
RENTAL HOME IN LAKE
BUTLER, Beautiful 4BR/
2BA block home for $950/
mo. 1 acre yard, washer,
dryer & dishwasher in-
cluded. Application and
credit check required.
Call 352-256-1932.
FOR RENT, 3BR/2BA MH
on 1 acre. CH/A, Front
porch, screened patio,
and fenced yard.' $650/
mo & deposit. Only five
minutes from downtown
Starke. Service animals
only. Call 352-384-3949
for more information.
STARKE, 3BR/1ABA, near
school. All new carpet,
kitchen & fenced in back
yard. $700/mo, plus $750
security dep. Service
animals only. 352-473-
8055.
COZY, 3BR/1.5BA home,
Keystone Heights. Great
neighborhood, within
walking distance to town.
$700 a month & $700 de-
posit. Call 352-473-4489
or 352-226-6708.
3BR/2BA DW ON CR 221,
CH/A & deck. DW is in
a quiet area. $600 per
month plus deposit. Call
352-468-3221.
KEYSTONE RENTAL 3BR/
1 BA Neari schools, very
clean, large screened in
porch. $675/mo, plus
$700 security deposit.
Service animals only. Call
352-473-8055.
3BR/2BA, garage, large
yard, extra clean and
in nice area. 1403 E.
Call St. One yearjease,
$800/mo & deposit. Apply
at 904-964-8073
HOUSEMATE WANTED to
share a very nice, new
3BR/2BA house on 2.
acres in Worthington
Springs. Female pre-
ferred, must be very clean.
Rent negotiable. Call J.R.
at 352-317-0049.
2BR/1BA MH, includes
car port, water, sew-
age, garbage and lawn
maintenance. $450 per
month. Discount for se-
nior-citizens. Call 904-
964-8218.
CUTE SMALL 1BR/1BA
mobile home, located in
Raiford on SR121. Free
garbage pick up and wa-
ter, stove and refrigerator
included. $300/mth with
$250 security deposit.
SService animals only. Call
386-431-1631.
3BR/2BA MH FOR RENT.
$500 per month, $500
deposit, Starke area. Call
904-364-8513.
2BR/1BA concrete home.
CH/A, carport & storage
building, extra clean! Or-
chid Ave. in Keystone
Heights. $650/mo. Call
904-504-5844.


Quick Copy


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3BR/1 BA SW, between Lake
Butler and Starke. $550
a month, $300 deposit,
call 904-305-8287 dr 904-
284-9223.
2BR/1BA MOBILE HOME
with lot in Starke, extra
clean. $550 per month
& deposit, or rent to own.
Call 352-473-5214 for
more details.
TRAILER IN COUNTRY,
2006 2BR/2BA on 1 acre.
CH/A and close to schools
on Volkswagen Dr., very
clean. $525/mo & de-
posit. Call 904-571-6561
or 352-468-1093.
LARGE 3BR/2BA DW, out-
side of Starke City lim-
its. CH/A and fireplace.
$650/mo & deposit. Call
352-235-6319.
KEYSTONE, 2BR/2BA MH
with CH/IA. Completely
remodeled, new carpet &
paint. Wooded & fenced
lot, $495/mo. Must have
references, call 352-317-
5880.
HOTEL ROOMS FOR
RENT, weekly rates, no
frills rooms $60, rooms
with baths $130 & tax.
To see the rooms, go to
the Managers apartment
on Walnut Street, across
from Post Office at Mag-
nolia Hotel.

51
Lost/Found
RING FOUND at laundry
mat on SR 16. Engraved
name Michelle Hauger.
Call 904-964-6305.
DIGITAL CAMERA LOST,
at Keystone Heights Air-
port, Wings of Dreams
on Saturday. Big reward!
No questions asked. 904-
829-5512.
52
Animals & Pets
DOG TAGS DOG TAGS -
DOG TAGS! Buy them at
the Office Shop in Starke
on Call St. Only $4.75,
including postage. Many
colors, shapes and styles
to choose from. Call 904-
964-5764 for more infor-
mation.
.FOR SALE BABY PIGS and
hogs, all sizes, call 904-
964-4799.
53A
Starke Yard
Sales
TWO FAMILY YARD SALE,
Fri: & Sat.,fish cooker, ex-
ercise equipment, tools,


(904) 964-7330


household items & more.
76th Place, 3015 to CR
227 to CR 225, 1 mile on
right.
2 FAMILY YARD SALE, Sat.
9am to ? Lots of every-
thing! 1123 Neil Court,
behind Madison Street
Baptist Church, look, for
signs.
53B
Keystone Yard
Sales
HUGE INSIDE YARD sale.
Keystone United Meth-
odist-Church, Sat., Feb.
28th, 7am to 2pm. SR21,
Keystone Heights. Rain
or Shine, behind sanctu-
ary. Proceeds benefit
youth ministries camps &
missions.
GARAGE SALE, Feb. 28th.
Clothes (men's & wom-
en's), crafts, tools, etc.
6501 Little Lily Lake Rd.
Keystone Heights, off
214.
MOVING SALE, clothes,
glass ware, furniture,
tools & knickknacks. Fri.,
Feb. 27th & Sat., Feb.
28th 8am to 12pm. ARI
Woods, 4238 SE 1st Ave.,
Keystone.
57
For Sale
BED KING SIZE Pillowtop
mattress and boxspring
with manufactures war-
ranty. Brand new still in
plastic. Can deliver. Sell
for $200. Call 352-372-
7490.
BED-QUEEN orthopedic
Pillowtop mattress and
box. Name brand, new in
plastic, with warranty. Can


deliver. Sacrifice $120.
Call 352-372-8588.
BEDROOM SET 7 piece
Beautiful cherry queen/
king bed, dresser, mirror,
2 nightstands, chest avail-
able, dovetail construc-
tion. New still in boxes.
Retail $5,600. sacrifice for
$950. 352-377-9846.r
COUCH AND LOVESEAT
brand new microfiber'
suede set. Still in pack-
age with warranty. Stain
resistant, pet/kid friendly.
Retail, $1,500. Sacrifice,
$450. Can deliver, 352-
317-4031.
KENMORE AND WHIRL-
POOL washers and dry-
ers, new.,type $95 and
up, each. Electric stove,
written guarantee, de-
livery available. For ap-
pointments, call 904-964-
8801.
COUCH & LOVESEAT,
like new. Palm furniture,
couch $125, loveseat
$100. Set of 4 glass ta-
bles, including sofa table
$150. Redwood profes-
sional computer desk w/
bookshelf attached $150.
Golf cart charger $125.
Contact Amy at 904-364-
6690. '
ACTIVATE DIRECT NOW
and beat the price in-
crease that is coming in
mid-March. Call Western
Auto at 904-964-6841.
59
Personal
Services
JERRY'S HAULING WE
BUY JUNK CARS, run-
ning or not! Will pick
up anywhere. $100 and


Homes For Rent
Homes, Lalke Homes, Mobile Homes &
Vacation Properties for Rent in the
Keystone, Melrose, Starke, Hawthorne
Area ranging from $550 to $1,200 per
-month. Apartments in Starke starting
at $350 per month.
Call for Free List
Professional Property
Management Services
Offered by Trevor Waters Realty
red by .


Freshly painted new flooring thru-out. Open-Floor plan...newer appliances, 3
spacious bedrooms and 1.5 baths, privacy fence, large deck for outside
entertaining. Shows like "New Home"...Sellers are very motivated and will pay
all closing costs. 1500+ sq ft'and kids can walk to school.
Now Only $135,000

Call 352-494-4782 or 352-745-6047


HOMETOWN
"Where You Come First"


Rhonda Stifel
Ann Ryan
Ken Ryan
Ronnie Norman
Gayle Van Wagenen
Erica Norman


904-769-9699
904-364-6148,
904-364-8213
904-364-6985
904-449-3938
352-258-5866


107 E. Call Street
Starke, FL


up. Call 904-219-9365
or 904-782-9822.
FLORIDA CREDIT UNION
has money to lend for
M.H. & land packages.
1-800-284-1144.
CLARK FOUNDATION RE-
PAIRS, INC. Correction
of termite & water-dam-
aged wopd & sills. Level-
ing & raising Houses/
Bldgs. Pier Replacement
& alignment. Free Esti-
mates: Danny (Buddy)
Clark, (904)-284-2333 or
1-800-288-0633.
LANDSCAPING/MOWING,
raking and irrigation.
Residential & commer-
cial. Reasonable rates.
Call 386-496-2592 before
3pm.
LOCAL CLEANING SER-
VICE for home or office.
Free quotes. References
are available. Call Sandy


at 386-623-7741 or 386-
758-9046.
NOW ACCEPTING CUS-
TOMERS, for the best
house cleaning in the
Lake Area. Honest and
hard working. Many ref-
erences. Call 352-235-
6276.
MRS. CLEAN, specializing
in commercial & residen-
tial cleaning. For free
estimates call Karen, 904-
964-8813 or 904-263-
8491.
65
Help Wanted
OPENING FOR ENERGET-
IC front office reception-
ist/assistant (health care),
good at multi-tasking and
teamwork. Must have or
learn telephone skills and
have a real desire to work
with people. Entry level


o SERVICe


*LandClearning *gDemolition
-Ponds -Road Grading
*Dozer Work R.E. Jones -Fill Dirt
*Road Building Owner *Limercck
:Driveways -Washout
*Heavy Brush *Site Prep
Mowing Licensed *Fire Line
& Insured Plowing

i Olflce: 904-966-0065* Cell: 904-364-8733
S"..; 164 18 SW 66thnLai Starke FL 32091


Whispering Oaks.

Apartments

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2, 3 .and 4 Bedrooms
Starting at $579.00/Mo.
W/D hook-ups Pool
*Computer Room Fitness Center*
Walking Distance to School
Pets Welcome!

Call 904-368-0007


Fili, DD LIE
HO10U SE.
NEIhDBUItHOOO D(IN61

EXCEPTIONAL
FRANCHISE
OPPORTUNITY
*.-Seeking hands-on
entrepreneurs for
.unique restaurant.
ownership.
Opportunities
available in Keystone
Heights, FL.
Minimum $200K cash
Liquidity and $500k
in assets. Contact:
Jim Bullock (800)
418-9555 x1393
www.huddlehouse.com


pay with increase after
90 days. Interviews begin
on 2/24/2009. Send short
resume to P.O. Box 1275,
Starke FL, 32091 or e-
mail: vabhj@embarqmail.
corn.
SALES PERSON WANTED.
Sunshine Home Center,
17940 US HWY 301 N.,
Starke. Call 904-964-
1817.
UNARMED SECURITY
OFFICER D/license
preferred. Gainesville,
FL. Full-time, $10.75/hr.


Monday-Friday, 8:30am 71
to 7:30pm, great benefits. Fag
Call 904-399-1813. Apply
online www.alliedbarton. Eq
corn EOE, M/F/D/N. MON
RN's, LPN's & CNA's with 70 I
experience needed im- end
mediately. Great pay 200
and flexible hours. Call $27
352-284-2336 or fax 352- with
373-2254. 352
WAREHOUSE POSITION 72
available, 40 hour mini-
mum per week. Gator II Co
Farm Supply, South of Ac
Starke on Hwy 301. HS USED
diploma required. Wes


Alactua/8rad(yfot ACamniniJt Prtlnershla

If you are an employer looking to hire
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I wanted a Company that
matched my values. I wanted a
company that is stable and
remains solid in, a challenging
market. I wanted a Company
that has a proven track record in
leading' market share.


I chose Watson!
Call Dean Weaver,
Broker/Office Manager
for a confidential interview today!


352-473-6201



.n.son Realty 'Corp. RiEAlroKS


KEYSTONE VILLAGE

APARTMENTS

Take a Look at us Now!






S* Con enient lo, shipping. .(,_v.,a ps. w
SKev-u ne Heiihl i nh I hc t s.'bal nks ,. r.7,


& medical facilities All units hate additional outside storage
Full carpeting and vinyl flooring
Central air conditioning and heating Custom cabinets
Ample parking One story only no stairs to climb
Lovely landscaping Patios & Porches for outdoor living
Convenient laundry facilities No pets


418 S.E. 41st Loop
Equipped in Keystone Club Estates EQAL HoSNTY
(Next to the Golf Course)

Come in and see us or call us at 352 473-3682


call
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uipm ent
ANA TRACTOR,
HP, 4x4 w/cab, front
loader, box blade.
6 model, low hours
,500. Can finance
i Farm Credit. Call
-473-5002.

imputers &
cessorles
COMPUTERS, $99.
stern Auto in Starke,
904-964-6841.
CERTIFIED COMPUT-
S complete PC's
iell. $99, call 904-964-
9.


INSTRUCTOR/
COORDINATOR
PHYSICAL
THERAPIST
ASSISTANT
PROGRAM
(228 DAYS-TENURE
S TRACK)
'Teach courses in the
Physical Therapist
Assistant program.
Work with Coordinator
of Clinical Education
to ensure appropriate
clinical activities of
students in the
program. Advise
students, conduct the
selection process of
PTA program
students. Review all
PTA courses. Monitor
continuing evaluation
of programs and
implement needed
improvements and
assist other program
faculty in developing,
preparing and
updating program
materials. Coordinate
accreditation
processes of the
Commission on
Accreditation in
Physical Therapy
Education (CAPTE).
Assist the Executive
Director in preparation
of the budget for the
program. Maintain the
PTA Advisory
Committee. Oversee
semiannual meetings.
Assist in regular
curriculum reviews.
Maintain active
communication with
health care agencies.
Promote positive
relationships. Conduct
follow up surveys on
graduate job
placement, alumni
educational
advancement and
employer satisfaction.
Keep informed of
changes affecting

Ace it g-ag ere6'
Maintain accurate
literature regarding
program admission
requirements.
Master's degree, with
at least one degree in
the field of Physical
Therapy or Physical
Therapist Assistant
required and licensure
as a physical therapist
Sor certification as a
physical therapist
assistant. Minimum 3
years experience in
clinical practice.
Salary based on
degree and
experience, plus
benefits.
Review of applications
to begin: Immediately
and position open until
filled. College
application and copies
of transcripts required.
All foreign transcripts
must be submitted
with a translation and
evaluation. Position
details and application
available on the web
at: http://
www.lakecitycc.edu
Inquiries:
Human Resource
Development
Lake City
Community College
149 SE College PI.
Lake City, FL 32025
Phone:
(386) 754-4314
Fax: (386) 754-4594
E-mail: boettcher
@lakecitycc.edug
LCCC is accredited by the
Southern Association of
Colleges and Schools
VP/ADA/ENA/EO College
in Education &
Employment


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Auctions
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Business
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Local Machines
Candy $9,9
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Cars for-Sale,. .;
Police Impounds!! 97
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from $5001 for listings
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Employment
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Avg Pay $20/hr or


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HELP WANTED: No
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Experience-No Problem.
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Sponsored CDL


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GET TO WORK! Avg.
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SOFTBALL

KH tops BHS
with eighth-
inning single
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Chelsea Cravey's single to
the center-field fence in the
bottom of the eighth drove in
the winning run for the
Keystone Heights softball
team, which defeated visiting
Bradford 4-3 Feb. 19.
The game was scoreless
after the third inning in which
Bradford pushed three runs
across, getting a two-run
double from Ashley Johnson
and an RBI single from Macy
Winkler.
Keystone's half of the eighth
began when Cortney Casas
reached on an error. Tori
Jolley followed with a double,
while Kari Minor was
intentionally walked to load
the bases. That set the stage for
Cravey's game-winner.
Cravey was the only batter
with multiple hits, going 2-for-
3.
Keystone pitcher Jessica
Knight and Bradford pitcher
Janna Rae Reddish gave up six
hits each. -
The Indians started off fast,
taking advantage of two errors
in the first inning to go up 2-0.
Becca Heavrin scored on a
fielder's choice, while a
double by Minor scored Casas.
Keystone went up 3-0 when
Singletary scored on a double
by Casas.

Bradford gets
8-0 win over
Union County
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Kimmy Barrett and Kiki
Strong drove in a total of five
runs, while pitcher Stefanie
Jones gave up two hits and
struck out 10 in the Bradford
softball team's 8-0 win over


Union County Feb. 23 in Lake
Butler.
Strong helped the Tornadoes
(2-3 prior to Feb. 24) off to a
good start. Kayla Tucker and
Barrett each drew a walk,
while Ashley Johnson singled
to load the bases. Strong hit a
triple to clear the bases and put
Bradford up 3-0.
Barrett drove in her first run
in the fourth, scoring Ariel
Wimpy on a single. That was
one of two runs in the inning,
with the other scored on an
error.
Wimpy, as she did in the
fourth, led off the sixth inning
with a single. She scored
Bradford's sixth run on
another Barrett single.
The Tornadoes put two on in
the top of the seventh when
Tricia O'Quinn singled and
Tiffany O'Neal reached on an
error. O'Quinn scored when
Janna Rae Reddish grounded
out, while O'Neal scored on a
single by Wimpy.
Wimpy finished the game 4-
for-4, while Barrett was 3-for-
3. Tucker went 3-for-4.
The Tigers (2-4) got a
double from Jordan Windham,
but little else off of Jones, who
evened her record at 2-2.

Tornadoes
drop to 1-1 in
district play
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
It appeared as if the
Bradford softball team might
play its third straight extra-
innings affair, but visiting
Santa Fe scored a run in the
seventh to hand the Tornadoes
a 5-4 District 3-4A loss Feb.
20.
Bradford erased a two-run
deficit when Kayla Tucker
drove in two runs with a
double in the bottom of the
sixth. Tucker's hit came with
the bases loaded and just one
out. However, the next two
batters struck out against Santa
Fe pitcher Taylor Bowen.
The Tornadoes-had a chance
in the seventh to rally. Macy
Winkler drew a lead-off walk,
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with one out. Again, the inning
ended with two straight
strikeouts by Bowen.
Bradford's first two runs
occurred in the first inning off
of RBI singles from Ashley
Johnson and Tiffany O'Neal.
Tucker led the Tornadoes,
going 3-for-4. Barrett was 2-
for-4.
The loss kept Bradford from
a 2-0 start in District 3. The
Tornadoes played district
opponent Ridgeview this past
Tuesday and will host district
opponent Middleburg
Thursday, Feb. 26, at 7 p.m.
Bradford hosts district
opponent Suwannee Monday,
March 2, at 6 p.m. before
traveling to Orange Park to
play Ridgeview Wednesday,
March 4, at 4 p.m.

Earlier results:

P.K. Yonge 6 BHS 4
Bradford let a one-run slip
away as visiting P.K. Yonge
scored three unearned runs in
the seventh to defeat the
Tornadoes 6-4 on Feb. 10.
The Blue Wave took
advantage of a walk and two
errors in coming from behind.
Bradford pitcher Stefanie
Jones allowed just two earned
runs.
The Tornadoes scored all
three of their runs in the first
inning. Tucker and Johnson
each drewv a walk, with Tucker
scoring on a single by Winkler.
Johnson scored on a single by
Barrett, while Winkler scored
on a single by Ashley Cruce.
Cruce and Ariel Wimpy
each went 2-for-3, while
Barrett was 2-for-4.

BHS 9 Clay 7
Tucker and Winkler each
had RBI singles in the top of
the eighth to lead the
Tornadoes to a 9-7 win over
district opponent Clay Feb..17
in Green Cove Springs.
Bradford led 7-4 after five
innings, with all but two of
those runs occurring in the


second and fourth innings. The
Tornadoes got a two-run single
from Johnson in the second,
which also featured a run
scored on an error. In the


KH
Continued from page 9B
reached on a single.
Story finished the game 2-
for-2, while Casas was 2-for-3.
The Indians played at-
Middleburg this past Tuesday
and will host North Marion
tonight, Feb. 26, 7 p.m.
Keystone plays its first District-
6-3A game Friday, Feb. 27, at'
home against Crescent City at
4 p.m. ':
On Tuesday, March 3;",.
Keystone hosts district
opponent Union Count) at
5:30 p.m.

Earlier results: .

KH 7 Williston 4
. Keystone scored six runs in
the bottom of the sixth, erasing
a three-run deficit to defeat.
visiting Williston 7-4 Feb. 13.
Williston went up 4-I,
scoring all four of its runs in
the top of the sixth. KeN sione's
rally began when Knight
reached on an error. CourlesN
runner Heavrin scored on a
single by Casas. Jolley drew a
walk before Kari Minor hit a
double, scoring two runs and.
tying the game.
Another Williston error in
the inning put Cravey on' base
and scored Minor, giving
Keystone the lead. Two more
runs were scored on Chadler
Singletary's single and Cecilie
Shealy's sacrifice bunt.
Keystone's first run of the
game occurred in the fourth on
an RBI double by Jolley.
Knight struck out nine
batters.

KH 6 Columbia 4
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fourth, Johnson and Winkler
each drove in a run off of a
sacrifice fly.
Johnson finished the game
3-for-5 with three RBI, while


fifth to help the Indians rally
and defeat Columbia 6-4 Feb.
18 in Lake City.
The Indians trailed 4-3
entering the fifth, but tied the
game when Shealy, who
reached on an error, scored on
.a sacrifice bunt by Knight.
Casas later doubled to score a
.run-and give Keystone a 5-4


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Barrett.and Winkler were each
2-for-4. Wimpy was 2-for-2.
Jones, in picking up the win,
gave up nine hits and struck
out five.


lead.
Cravey added the last run
when she singled in the sixth
and scored on a passed ball.
Keystone's/first -three runs
came-off of an RBI double by
Singletary and a two-RBl
single by Cravey.
Knight recorded 12
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BASEBALL

Jones shuts
down Rams in
3-0 BHS win
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Charles gave up just two hits
in six innings, striking out 10
and allowing two walks in the
Bradford baseball, team's 3-0
win over visiting Interlachen
Feb. 20.
Bradford (1-1 prior to Feb.
24) scored its first run in the
second, when Kyle Aparicio,
who drew a walk and stole
second, was driven home by a
Ryan McKeown single.
Trey Winkler drove in the
Tornadoes' second run with a
double in the third. That scored


Chris Mejias, who reached on
an error.
Colten Griffis hit a lead-off
single in the bottom. of the
sixth and eventually scored on
a passed ball to cap the
scoring.
Griffis led the Bradford
hitters, going 2-for-3.
Taylor Avery earned his first
save, giving up one hit in the
seventh in relief of Jones.
The Tornadoes played
District 3-4A opponent
Ridgeview this past Tuesday
and will travel to play
Keystone Heights tonight, Feb.
26, at 7 p.m. On Friday, Feb.
27, Bradford travels to play
Fort White at 7 p.m. before
returning home to host district
opponent Santa Fe at 7 p.m.

Earlier result:

Clay 10 BHS6
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base four times and committed
a total of seven errors in a 10-6
loss to district opponent Clay
in the regular-season opener
Feb. 17 in Starke.
'"Seven errors don't help,
especially when you play a
team like Clay," Bradford head
coach Lamar Waters said.
"They're a solid program."
Bradford scored four runs in
the final two innings after
falling behind 8-2. Zach Coe
hit a sacrifice fly that scored
Griffis in the sixth. In the
seventh, Ryan Crawford and
McKeown had singles, to put
runners at the corners.
Crawford scored on a passed
ball to make the score 10-4.
Winkler, after Jones drew a
walk, hit a two-run double to
cap the scoring.
Jones and Winkler were 2-
for-3 and 2-for-4, respectively.
Winkler drove in three runs,
including one in the first off of
a double.

10 runs not
enough for
KH in loss
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer


Despite scoring two runs in
the top of the eighth, the
Keystone baseball team
eventually lost 11-10 to Class
4A Middleburg, walking a


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batter in the bottom of the
ninth inning of a non-district
outing Feb. 19 in Middleburg.
Keystone-(0-2 prior to Feb.
24) scored the first eight runs
of the game, getting three solid
innings out of starting pitcher
Bobby Dugard, who gave up
one hit and no walks.
"After (the third inning), we
had a tough time finding the
plate," Keystone head coach
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The Indians scored five runs
in the. top of the fourth, but
Middleburg answered with
five runs of its own in the
bottom of the inning. The
Broncos then tied the game
with three runs in the fifth.
Brett Anderson and Kyle
Cravey each drove in a run in
the eighth inning to put
Keystone tip 10-8, but the
Broncos came back with two
runs to send the game into the
ninth. The Indians were able to
put a runner in scoring position
in the ninth, but were unable to
bring him home.
Dugard was one of the
team's leaders at the plate,
-hitting two doubles and a
triple.
The Indians took on their
third straight opponent in a
higher classification-
Palatka-this past Tuesday and
will host Class 4A Bradford
tonight, Feb. 26, at 7 p.m. On
Friday, Feb. 27, Keystone
travels to play District 6-3A
opponent Interlachen at 7 p.m.
Interlachen then comes to
Keystone Wednesday, March
4, for a 7 p.m. game.

Earlier result:


Buchholz 4 KH
Defensively, the
committed four
Offensively, they had
hit.


0
Indians
errors.
just one


What it amounted to was a
4-0 season-opening loss to
Class 5A Buchholz Feb. 17,.in
Gainesville.
Buchholz pitchers Stuart
Charleston and Steven Ragans
combined to shut the Indians
down. Clay Mosley had the.
Indians' only hit.
Mosley was also the Indians'
starting pitcher, giving up one
earned run in four-and-two-
thirds innings. He and Chase
Julius combined to give up just
five hits.


LOSS
-Continued from page-9B-

jumpers.. -
"We didn't shoot it
extremely well tonight,"
McGraw said, "but I'm proud
of them anyway."
The .Tornadoes had to
overcome a bad start as they
fell behind 11-3. Darrin Blye,
connected on a pair of 3-
pointers to help Bradford go
into the second quarter trailing
by five.C
"I was waiting for us to
wake up in the first quarter,"
McGraw said. -
Bradford did wake up,
scoring nine of the first 12
points of the second quarter.
Tramaine Harris drove down
the lane for a score after
Eugene Blye rebounded his
earlier-miss, while Dannerius
Sheffield hit a 3-pointer to tie
the game at 14-all. Darrin Blye
made two free throws after-
being fouled on a 3-point
attempt to give Bradford its
first lead."
Fred Miller had a trey to put
Raines (21-5) back in front,
but Harris followed that with a
layup off of a Eugene Blye
assist.
The latter part of the quarter
featured another 3-pointer
from Darrin Blye. Blye also
had a steal, which led to a
rebound score by Sheffield and
a 25-21 Bradford lead.
Tony Green made a 3-
pointer for Raines and added
another basket after Darrin
Blye missed the front end of a
one-and-one opportunity.
Green's second basket sent
Raines into the half up 25-26.
Eugene Blye kept it a tight
game in the third quarter when
he drove the length of the floor
three times following Bradford
defensive rebounds and scored
on layups. He. drew fouls on
two of those trips, going I-of-2
from the foul line. His made
free throw put the Tbrnadoes.
up 35-34.
Raines outscored Bradford
8-2 to close out the third
quarter. Willie Morrison made
two free throws to put Raines
up 36-35. Then, after a 3-
pointer, Morrison scored on a
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for a five-point lead.
Morrison, who led Raines
with 13 points, scored eight
more points in the fourth
quarter, including a layup at
the start that put the Vikings
;up 44-37.
Sheffield hit a jumper to
make it a five-point game
again, but Bradford would
miss its next eight field-goal
attempts. The Tornadoes got
six points at the foul line, but
made just 3-of-16 field-goal
attempts. That included seven
misses from beyond the arc
until -Darrin Blye hit two 3-'
pointers in the last 34 seconds.
Darrin Blye led the
Tornadoes with 21 points,
while Eugene Blye and
Sheffield each scored nine.
Raines' Ricky Lamb
complemented Morrison's 13
points with 11 points, while
Green and Quantavis Hall each
scored nine.
Raines went on to play
Andrew Jackson (21-6) in a
regional semifinal game this
past Tuesday.
The loss was disappointing,
but McGraw, was proud of
what his team was able to
accomplish this year, including
winning a district
championship for the first time
since 2003.
"Being 21-5 overall was a
heck of a year for us,"
McGraw said.
Score by Quarter
RHS: 14 12 16 20-62
BHS: 9 16 12 14-51
Bradford scoring (51): D.
Blye 21, E. Blye 9, C.J.
Covington 3, Harris 6, Markael
Moore 3, Sheffield 9. 3-
pointers: Sheffield, D. Blye 5.
Free throws: 11-17.



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, There will also be a big bass
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The cost to enter is $50 per
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Applications may be picked
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may also sign up at the boat
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For more information,
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