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Uniform Title: Union County times (Lake Butler, Fla.)
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Creation Date: February 10, 2005
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USPS 648-200 Three Sections Lake Butler, Florida


Thursday; Feb. 10, 2bu0


y;nd Year 44th Issue 50 CENTS


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Fire takes lives of two LB residents


UCHS football
banquet to -be
held
The Union County High
School football banquet will
be held on Monday, Feb. 14,
beginning at 7 -p.m. Dinner
will be held in the UCHS
cafeteria from 7-7:45 p.m.
The awards ceremony will
be held in the auditorium
beginning at 8 p.m. Tickets
are $7 and are available at
the' door. For more
information contact Buddy
Nobles at (386) 496-3040.

CR-239A to
be dedicated
to Rymer
On Tuesday, Feb. 15, at 5
p.m. county commissioners
will dedicate CR-239A to
Tom Rymer. The ceremony
will take place at the
intersection of CR-239A
and SR-121. Rymer was a
school board employee who
was killed on his way to a
fishing' tournament. For
more information call (386)
496-4241.
Project GRAD
will meet
Every Tuesday at 7 p.m.,
parents of graduating
seniors are invited to help
plan activities for project
-GRAD. Meetings will be
held in the media center of
Lake Butler Elementary
School. For more
information call (386) 496-
3040.

Dedication set
for Church of
God by Faith
The Community Revival
Outreach Ministries Church
of God by Faith will hold a
dedication service onw
Saturd-ay, Feb. 19,
beginning at noon. The
church is located at 635
S.W. Ist Street in Lake
Butler. Everyone. is invited.
For more information call
(352) 318-1230.

TOPS holds
open house
Take Off Pounds
Sensibly (TOPS) will hold
an open house ,on Thursday,
Feb. 17, from 5:30 p.m. to 7
p.m. It will take place in the
fellowship hall of.the First
United Methodist Church of
Lake Butler located on 9R-
100. Information will be
provided on how to change
your eating style to a
healthy, sensible way. For
more information call (386)
496-2107.
Historical
Society will
hold meeting
The Union County
Historical Society will meet
on Monday, Feb. 28, at 7
p.m. The meeting will take
place in the Townsend
Building located on Main
St. in Lake Butler. For more
information call (386) 496-
3044.


Normal Deadline is 5
p.m. Monday before
the Thursday
publication date.
Articles can be
submitted to the Times
office on Main Street in
Lake Butler or to the
Telegraph office (131.
W. Call St., Starke).
Phone or fax 386-496-
2261 or call 904-964-
6305. in Starke.


Above: Joyce Randall (bottom left) and Jerrod Williams (bottom right) are pictured while
on a trip to Seaworld in November 2003. Both lost their lives when they were unable to
escape from a burning mobile home. Pictured with Randall and Williams are Randall's son
and William's father Mark Randall (top left) and William's stepmother Mary Randall (top
right). For more about the fire, see related story.


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the scene just eight minutes
after the first page was issued.
At 12:13 p.m. the central
dispatch center paged oit
stations 2, 5 and 80 along with
a rescue unit to respond to
11872 NE 207"h Court. At
12:15 p.m. rescue one called
dispatch and told them they
were en route to the scene. At
12:19 p.m. engine five from
Union County Fire Rescue and
truck one from the city of Lake
Butler also advised dispatch
the were en route.
At 12:19 p.m. the crew from
rescue one indicated they were
on the scene of the fire. Two
minutes later, engine five and
truck one indicated they were
on scene as well. Tanker five
and tanker 80 were on scene a
few moments later.
On Monday afternoon
Randall's son and Williams'
father, Mark Randall, was
receiving visitors at his home.
The home is located
approximately 15 feet from
where the tragedy occurred. "I
want all the emergency
workers who responded to this
fire to know I really appreciate
everything they did," said
Randall. '
Randall is a former member
of the Raiford Fire
Department. I understand it
takes time to get to a fire," said
Randall. While distraught, he

SeeFIRE, p. 10A


City conducts workshop on ordinance


By JAMES REDMOND
Times Staff Writer
A workshop on Jan. 31
helped city of Lake Butler
commissioners better
understand the in and outs of
regulating adult oriented
businesses.
Enid Ehrbar of the North
Central Florida .Regional.
Planning Council presented
commissioners with an
overview of regulations that
are currently in place in other
areas, of Florida. The
presentation also defined some
of the ,areas of adult oriented
businesses. It also included
what areas were protected by
the first amendment and which
ones were not.
"Many parts of these
businesses carry heavy first
amendment protection," said
Ehrbar. Ehrbar said almost


every type of media and dance
were covered by the freedom
of expression law.
While the city does not have
the absolute authority to ban
adult oriented businesses, land
development regulations and
zoning laws can severely limit
them. The terms by which the
businesses are defined is
another helpful control the city
has at its disposal.
One example of this is the
definition of pornography and
obscenity. Pornography is
defined as sexually oriented
material that is lawful, but may
be offensive to some. Obscene
material is defined as any
material that- is_ deemed
unlawful. "Sometimes that
definition has a vary fine line,"
said Ehrbar.
The businesses themselves
fall into two categories, off-site
entertainment and on-site
entertainment. Off-site


businesses sell products that
can be bought and "taken-home
for private use. Adult oriented
businesses that sell videos,
lingerie or material aids are
considered off-site businesses.
On-site businesses'
entertainment must be
conducted at the business.
Businesses with video viewing
booths, adult theatres and those
that offer live entertainment
are defined as on-site
businesses.
The city has the power to
implement restrictions that can
control the time, place and
manner in which adult oriented
businesses may operate. "But
the city must be careful not to
over impose its authority,' said
Ehrbar.
She explained it was
important that the regulations
reach no further than necessary
to accomplish their objective.


The city must allow for a
reasonable number -of sites in
the city that may serve as an
alternative avenue of
expression.
The sites the city has must
also be useable. "Your land
development regulations can
not make whatever sites the
city designates unusable," said,
Ehrbar. While the sites must be
available and useable, it is not
necessary for them to be cheap
or immediately available.
The city has the right to
separate such businesses from
certain places in the city. "Five
hundred feet of separation
from any residential or
sensitive use site has been
found by the Supreme Court to
be -acceptable," said Ehrbar.
Churches, schools, daycare
centers and public parks are all
defined as sensitive use areas.
In her presentation, Ehrbar
cited two studies that


concluded that adult oriented
businesses have adverse affects
upon the communities they are
in. A decrease in retail trade, a
decrease in property value and.
an adverse effect on the quality
of life in the community were
all cited as down sides to these
types of businesses.
While an increase in crime
was shown in some of the
studies, none of it could be
directly linked to the adult
business itself. "Things like
how late the business stayed
open and if it served alcohol
were factors that adversely
effected the results," said
Ehrbar.
The presentation also
included recommendations on
how the city should limit the
scope of adult oriented
businesses. For example, if a
business markets itself as a
See CITY, p. 3A


Allen crowned Miss Union County High


By JAMES REDMOND
Times Staff Writer
The title of Miss Union
County High has been
bestowed on yet another
member of the Allen family.
On Feb. 4, Lauren Allen was
crowned Miss Union County
High for 2005. Her mother,
Renae, was graced with the
title back in 1978. This is the
first time in the pageant's 44-
year history that a mother and
daughter have won the title.
This year the pageant's
theme was "All American
Girl." In line with the theme,
contestants danced and sang to
the song "You're a Grand Old
Flag." During the performance,
each' contestant wore a
costume representing the state
of their choice.
Allen represented Nevada,
Jill Peacock chose Kentucky,
Stephanie Parson represented
Georgia, Twyla Seay
represented Texas, Jennifer
Lake represented Hawaii and
Kerri Gnann represented
Louisiana.
The contestants were judged
on how well their costume fit
their state's most distinguished
aspects. Parsons wore a peach
while Allen came out in a
showgirl's costume. Seay was
dressed as a cowgirl. This was
the character costume portion
of the competition.
Next, the contestants were.


asked to show their talent for
the judges. Allen performed a
monologue from "My Fair
Lady". Gnann used her voice
as well as sign language to
perform the song "Shout to the
Lord". Lake performed a dance
routine entitled "Cosmic Girl".
After a brief intermission,
the girls showed off their
evening gowns for the judges.
It was then up to the judges to
decide which contestant would
wear the crown.
Individual awards were
handed out while the audience
anticipated the announcement
of the winner. Parson won
Miss Congeniality, Lake won
best character costume,
Peacock and Gnann tied for
highest academic award, Lake
and Gnann tied for. best
interview, Peacock and Lake
tied for best swimsuit, Lake
won best sportswear and Allen
won best talent as well as best
evening gown.
The third runner-up was
Peacock, second runner-up
was Gnann and first runner-up
was Lake.
The contestants went
through a grueling schedule in
order to compete in the
competition. Before they could
even be considered they were
required to have at least a 2.5
grade-point average.
Beginning in January, the girls

See ALLEN, p. 4A


Above; Lauren Allen performs a monologue from the play "My Fair Lady" during the 2005
Miss Union County High Pageant. On Feb. 4 Allen was crowned Miss Union County High
for 2005. For more about the pageant, see related story. For more pictures from the
pageant, see inside pages.


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By JAMES REDMOND
Times Staff Writer
On Feb. 4 two Lake Butler
residents lost their-lives when
the mobile home they occupied
caught fire.
Joyce Randall,78, and Jerrod
Williams, 24, both of Lake
Butler, were unable to escape
from their home after a fire
broke out. A preliminary
investigation revealed that the
likely source of the fire was a
kerosene heater that was too
close to a combustible source.
The single-wide mobile
home the victims were in was
believed to be built sometime
in the late 1970s. Doug York
of the Union County Office of
Emergency Management said
mobile homes built in this era
are more susceptible to fires
because of the materials they
were constructed from.
"Because of the plywood
and paneling used to build
these homes, they tend to burn
at a faster rate," said York.
York was an arson investigator
for many years before coming
to Union County.
Some reports about the fire
indicated it took fire crews as
long as 25 minutes to respond
to the call for help made by
Randall from .the burning
home. A review of the call log
from the Union County
Sheriff's .Office dispatch
revealed that crews arrived on


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LB masonic lodge


installs new officers


The Lake Butler Masonic
Lodge No. 52 recently held
ceremonies for the installation of
officers for 2005.
Gary Duane Ranard was
installed as master of the lodge
on Jan. 3. Ranard was "raised" or
promoted to master Mason in
1998. He will be assisted in his
duties by Senior Warden Bobbie
Andrews and Junior Warden
Greg Cameron.
Bob Gaubatz will serve as
lodge secretary and Leamon
Alvarez will serve as treasurer.
Jonathan Boone and Colan
Coody will serve as senior and
junior deacon, --respectively.
Seabie Tucker will serve as
senior steward and Matthew
Alvarez will serve as junior
steward. Richard- Willingham
will be tyler (sergeant at arms).
The Right Worshipful Ted
Barber served as installing
officer. He was assisted by the
Right Worshipful Alton Christie
and Ernest Beeman.
About Freemasonry...
According to Past District
Deputy Grand Master Ted
Barber of Lake Butler,
Freemasonry is a brotherhood of
men under the guidance.of God.
The badge of a Masorn is the
lambskin or white apron,


Stefanie Parson shows she's a real Georgia Peach.


Gary Dual
Butler M


reminding Masons of that purity Te
of life and rectitude of conduct
which reflects their personal relationships with
the Lord, the Supreme Architect of the
universe, he said.
From the building of King Solomon's
Temple down through the Middle Ages and
now for more than 500 years in the United
States, Freemasonry has been active. The
fraternity was introduced to America by the
French, British and Scottish military lodges.
Barber said men like George Washington
were Masons. Washington became a master
Mason in the Fredricksburg Lodge in 1753.
Benjamin Franklin, along with 14 other
delegates to the Constitutional Convention,
were Masons as were many of the nation's
presidents.
"The members of all masonic lodges strive
to become better men," he said, "accepted by
the Lord through His grace into heaven (or as
Masons call it, the Celestial Lodge Above)."
They strive to be better men and to provide
selfless service to all mankind, especially to a
brother Mason, said Barber.
Rfe-ariiFfremaehts hahV three internal
groups in most lodges. The first group is
ifdtit~ffd~ 'ff'haVing' fun arid ettertainment.
The second group is composed of the joiners
who are satisfied with just being called a
member of the greatest fraternity in the world.
The third group are the workers.
Barber said the workers are interested in
making things happen for the good of the r
lodge. They work to see the lodge grow in
membership and productivity.
"All three groups are very important to our
lodges," said Barber. "Good leadership is able to
cause all three groups to see a vision that they
believe is worth working for and they come
together in a synergistic way to accomplish far
more than any one individual or subgroup will
ever accomplish."
Barber said that today in North America, the


BC-UC people
needed for
counseling'
program
Terry White, secretary of the
Florida Department of Elder
Affairs, invites volunteers to
join the award-winning SHINE
(Serving Health Insurance
Needs of Elders) Program that
helps elders make informed
decisions about Medicare and
health insurance.
Comprehensive training is
provided.
SHINE volunteers provide
individual counseling and
assistance to elders and their
caregivers about Medicare, -
Medicaid, Medicare plan
choices and other health
insurance issues. Services are
free, unbiased and confidential.
Volunteers also make
educational presentations to
community groups and
participate in local health fairs,
senior fairs and outreach
events. SHINE volunteers
make a difference in the lives
of elders and their caregivers.
SHINE- is part of a
nationwide network of state
health insurance programs


ne Ranard was installed as master of Lake
lasonic Lodge No. 52 on Jan. 3. His wife,
resa, participated in the ceremony.


Hali Perryman and Carissa Driggers were emcees for a
portion of the pageant.


Lake Butler Mason Cleatus Ward recently
received a certificate for 55 years of service
to the Lake Butler Masonic Lodge No. 52.
Masonic fraternity continues to raise and give
almost $2 million each day to the 22 Shrine
Hospitals, the Childhood Language Disorder and
Eye Clinics, The Masonic Medical Research
Foundation, and to the Masonic Homes for long
term care.
"We are helping ourselves to become better men
and helping others worldwide as a brotherhood of
men under the Fatherhood of God," said Barber.


funded through grants from the
Centers for Medicare and
Medicaid Services (CMS), the
federal Medicare agency.
For more information, call
the Elder Helpline at 1-800-
262-2243.

Want a high-
paying
career?
If you want a chance to earn
high wages, you need to check
out the various career training.
opportunities available at the
Bradford-Union Vo-Tech in
Starke.
Masonry, commercial truck
driving, diesel engine repair,
welding and many other career
choices are available.
Call 904-966-6764 to find
out more.

Life is made up, not of
great sacrifices or duties,
but of little things, in which
smiles and kindness, and
small obligations given
habitually, are what
preserve the heart and
secure comfort.
-Sir Humphry Davy
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Paid at Lake Butler, Florida under Act of March 3, 1879.
POSTMASTER: Send address changes to:
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Web address: UCTimesonline.com
(386) 496-2261
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Editor: James Redmond
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Advertising: Kevin Miller
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Dinner to
benefit Cystic
Fibrosis
Foundation
The Cystic Fibrosis
Foundation will hold its
second annual Valentine's
benefit on Friday, Feb. 11, at
7 p.m. at the Hal Y. Maines
Community Center in Lake
Butler. Tickets are $10 for
adults and $5 for children
12 and under. For more
information contact Tom
Fillyaw at (386) 496-8189.


Jennifer Lake shows off her sportswear.


UCHS offers
tutoring
Union County High
School will offer tutoring to
any UCHS student in need
of academic or FCAT help.
Tutoring will take place
Monday-Thursday from
3:15-4:15 p.m. Parents must
sign their children up before
they will be. allowed to
participate. For more
information contact
Geraldine Griffis at (386)
496-3040 ext. 4946.


VPK to be
offered in
Union County
The Early Learning coalition
of Florida's Gateway (formerly
the Gateway School Readiness
Coalition) would like everyone
in the Gateway region
(Columbia, Hamilton,
Lafayette, Suwannee and Union
counties) to know about the
new, free, educational program
that is being offered to
Florida's families: Voluntary
Prekindergarten (VPK).
Any child residing in
Florida, who will turn four on
or before Sept. 1, 2005, is
eligible to receive 540 hours of
developmentally appropriate
preschool instruction this
coming school year (beginning
in August). The instruction can
be provided throughout the
school year (e.g., three hours
per day), or it can be provided
in a shorter period (e.g., six
hours per day for half a year).
This is up to the provider.
VPK can be provided by any
licensed private provider or by
the local public school district.
Anyone wanting to provide
VPK will have to register with
the Gateway Coalition, and
Gateway will work with the
private providers-to see to it
that they have the necessary
requirements in place for the
program.
Private providers (for-profit
centers, not-for-profit centers,
faith-based centers, non-public
schools or family child care
homes) interested in VPK
should contact the Early
Learning Coalition of Florida's
Gateway in Lake city (484 SW
Commerce Dr., Suite 105,
Lake City, FL 32025, 386-
752-9770, ext. 24) and ask for
Jamie Witzman, the enrollment
manager. They can also submit
a provider preapplication form
directly to Gateway through its
website: www.fl-gsre.org.


Be SMART
about your
health...
The Self-Managing
Awareness Rural Team
(SMART) provides free
education tb people ih
Bradford or...Uniboi counties
who. hve Mtibetes or high
blood pressure.
The grant-funded program is
not aimed at low income
people, but at almost all
patients with diabetes or high
blood pressure. The free
program provides information
that will allow the patient to
better manage his or her own
health.
For more information, call
386-496-0973 at Lake Butler
Hospital.


Love is a fruit in season at
all times, and within reach
of every hand.
-Mother Teresa
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video store, the store would
only be allowed to sell adult
oriented media. "They could
only sell video tapes and
DVD's" said Erhbar.
The city could also require
the video store have adult
oriented material in a room
that had controlled access. The
city could also require that the
room be physically separated
from any other media the store
might be selling. The city
could require the business to
have no more than 40 percent
adult oriented material. Ehrbar
gave recommendations on
limiting sex shops, video
viewing rooms and adult
theatres.
The ordinance the city is
currently proposing addresses
many of the issues raised in the
presentation. It addresses
where adult oriented
businesses could be located,
how far they must be from
sensitive use areas and how
each business is defined. "It's
crafted along the same lines as
the city of Alachua's is," said
City Manager Richard Tillis.
Last year the city of Alachua
had an adult oriented business
try to open within its city
limits. With no ordinance in
place, the city had little power
to regulate the nature and
scope of such a business. "We
don't want to get caught off
guard like Alachua did," said
City Commissioner Lynn
Bishop.
The city will take up the
issue once again at its Monday,
Feb.14, regular meeting. At
that time the ordinance will go
through its first reading. Later
in the month the planning and
zoning board will look at the
issue as well. The ordinance
will come up for second and
final reading on Monday,
March 14, at 5:15 p.m. at the
commission regular monthly
meeting.


Wilburns,
Singing
Reflectsons at
t UCHS
The gospel singing group,
The Wilburns, and the
Singing Reflections will
perform at Union County
High School on Saturday,
Feb. 19, at 7 p.m. Local
UCHS student Jaime
Stewart will be the group's
opening act. Admission is
$10. Doors will open at 6
p.m. For more information
contact Dan Williams at
(386) 496-3040.
Valentine
Sweetheart
Banquet at
LBES
The Union County Pop
Warner and the Union
County girl's softball
county league will sponsor a
valentine sweetheart dance
on Saturday, Feb. 12, from 6
p.m. to 9 p.m. The event
will be held at the Lake
Butler Elementary School
cafeteria. Admission is $5
and participants are asked to
dress semi-formal. For
tickets see Tricia Dukes,
Lisa Worthington, Elise
Worthington or Kelly Dukes
at LBES or Stacey Spitze or
Marci Tucker at LBMS.

Youth revival
planned at
Body of
Christ
The Body of Christ
Assembly COGIC will have a
youth revival Feb. 10-12 with
guest speaker Missionary
Winter Brown of Gainesville.
The public is invited.
Elder Jacob D. James is
pastor.


Above; Twyla Seay, Jill Peacock, Lauren Allen, Kerri Gnann, Jennifer Lake and Stefanie
Parsons all take a bow after performing their opening act at the 2005 Miss Union County
High Pageant.







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William Charles Castlen


Parrish and
Castlen to wed
Feb. 26
Clayton Parrish and Melody
Gaskins, both of Lake Butler
announce the upcoming
marriage of their daughter,
Jessica Renee Parrish, to
William Charles Castlen, son of
Pat and Ann Castlen of Lake
Butler.
The bride-elect graduated
from Union County High
School (UCHS) in 2002. She is


RHPNCF
board on
directors to
meet
The Rural Partnership of
North Central Florida's
board of directors will meet
on Wednesday, Feb. 16, at 9
a.m. They will meet at the.
WellFlorida council
conference room located at
18 N.W. 33rd Court in
Gainesville. The public is
invited to attend. For more
information contact Desiree
Hayes at (386) 496-3421.


attending Lake City
Community College and
working at Mercantile Bank.
She is the granddaughter of J.T.
and Linda Parrish and J.C. and
Myrtle Parrish, all of Lake
Butler.
The groom-elect graduated
from UCHS in 1998 and works
at Gilman Building Products.
The wedding will take Iplace
at the Lake Butler Community
Center at 4 p.m. on Saturday,
Feb. 26, 2005.
No invitations will be mailed.
All family and friends are
invited.


Tax
materials
now
available at
UCPL
The Union County Public
Library has tax materials
available for residents of
Union County. Materials
include 1040 preparation
manuals, 1040 forms and
Earned Income Credit work
sheets. All materials are free
of charge. For more
information call (386) 496-
3432.


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participated in rehearsals at
least twice a week. At home
they practiced every night in
order to be their best.
Before the pageant began,
the contestants were put
through a series of
competitions. The interview
and swimwear competitions
took place before the audience
ever got there.
The interview competition
was held at a luncheon earlier
in the day. Contestants were
required to dress as if they
were going to a job interview.
Later in the afternoon, the
swimwear competition took
place.
James Redmond can be
reached at (386) 496-2261 or
jamesredmondl @yahoo. corn


Tri-County
pageant set
for March 5
The first annual Mister and
Miss Tri-County Pageant is set
for Saturday, March 5. The
event will begin at 7 p.m. at
the Union County High
School Auditorium.
The pageant is a fundraiser
for the Tsunami Relief Effort.
All money collected will go
directly to the families affected.
Winners of the pageant will
participate in parades and
community events and will
receive a crown, flowers, sash
and a trophy.
Boys and girls from infant to
18-years-old are eligible to
enter and they may live in
Union, Bradford or Clay
county. There will be a
different age category and
winner from each group.
Applications may be picked
up at Lake Butler Elementary
and middle schools and Bradford
and Union high schools. They
can also be provided by mail or
email upon request. .
Application deadline is
Friday, Feb. 18.
For information, call Mindy
Goodwin, pageant coordinator,
at 386-496-1207, or 386-867-
0305.

Sign up for
strawberry
pageant now
The 43rd annual Miss
Bradford-Union Strawberry
pageant will be held on
Saturday, March 19, at 7 p.m.
in the Bradford High School
auditorium on Washington
Street in Starke.
Applications are still being
accepted for this year's
pageant, and are available at
Capital City Bank on US-301
and Norma's Floral on Call
Street, both in Starke.-
Application deadline is
Wednesday, Feb. 23.
If you have any questions,
please e-mail pageant
coordinators at
strawberrypageant@yahoo.co
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904-964-2283.

Man cannot create the
current of events. He can
only float with it and steer.
-Otto von Bismarck
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Editorial/Opinion

Thursday, Feb. 10, 2005


Veteran's Day
services
benefit all
To: students and families of
Union County
On behalf of the school
board and administration of
Union County Schools I hope
that each of you had a
wonderful holiday season. It is
hard to believe that the first
semester of this school year is
already over.
In November, the Union
County High School JROTC
was in charge of the Veteran's
Day memorial service.
Students presented one of the
most touching services that I
have ever attended. The pledge,
the speeches, the posting of the
colors, the 21-gun salute,
along with the music provided
by our band, all were uplifting.
Everyone who participated did
an outstanding job conducting
the services. Recognizing our
veterans is a privilege. I am
glad that we are in school on
Veteran's Day so our students
can be involved in patriotic
activities and attend the parade.
Each year I have asked our
veterans if they feel that the
district should have school on
Veteran's Day. We all agree.
The students need to be
actively involved, and
participate in this special day
in Union County. If we did not
have school on Veteran's Day,
some of our students would not
have the opportunity to be
involved.
A salute goes out to the
JROTC and the Union County
band for leading and
participating in the Veteran's
Day activities.
By now you all know that
our high school graduation rate
increased by 12 percent this
past year. Union County placed
21st out of the 67 districts in
the state. We ranked first
among the surrounding
,,counties.,.Congratulations., I
,would like .to thank. the
teachers/staff and parents 'for
encouraging our students to
stay in school. It is so
important for our children to
graduate from high school.
Students, your diploma opens a
lot of doors for you. It is the
first step toward a successful
life.
A special thanks goes to our
teacher/staff and administrators
for the hard work they are


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The Bradford-Union Swine
Association (BUSA) will meet
at the Lake Butler Elementary
School cafeteria Monday, Feb.
14, at 7 p.m. Please bring a side
dish or dessert that will go with
pork and rice.

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others.
-Robert Louis Stevenson
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doing to prepare our kids for
the FCAT. The FCAT Writes
will be administered in
February and the reading and
math will be administered in
March.
The district purchased a new
math series at all three school.
The math books are aligned
with the Sunshine State
Standards, and will help our
students be successful. Our
goal is for every student to read
on grade level. The district is
working hard. Through the use
of additional resources such as
accelerated reader, the Florida
Reading Initiative, and Read
180 hopefully our students will
score at or above grade level in
reading. Parents, I encourage
you to read at home with your
child. If they are having
problems or they scored at
level 1 or 2 on the FCAT the
student should stay after school
to receive extra help. We offer
free after school tutoring at all
three schools. If your son or
daughter has passed the FCAT
and they need tutoring they
may stay after school for help,
too. The district started early
on the Florida Writes. At the
'beginning of school, teachers
participated in Florida Writes
training. The teachers are
working hard everyday to
prepare their students for the
writing portion of the FCAT.
The district.has implemented
countywide writing days, so
that all grade levels will be
writing on a given prompt.
The district wide writings give
our students opportunities to
practice so they will be
prepared for the Florida Writes.
Mrs. Boyle, a UCHS science
teacher, states in the "Roar"
there was a wonderful group of
science fair projects that were
submitted this year. She
wished they all were able to
move on to the school fair.
Congratulations to the students
who submitted a project this
year. You did a great job and
we are proud of you. i
- PTh 'Interict Clfiblas'been
involvedd in several community
service projects this year. They
helped with a yard sale and a
car wash to benefit Boggy
Greek, a camp for children with
severe medical problems. They
had a bake ale for the Toys for
Kids and provided child care for
the faculty during in-service
activities.
.The Black History Club
made food baskets for families
in the community. The whole
school contributed greatly by


Vo-Tech
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16 at the Bradford-Union Vo-
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will meet starting Tuesday, Feb.
22. Bus driver training classes
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Congratulations students.
Numerous students are
.involved in after ,school
activities and are representing
Union County well. The
football team went undefeated
in the regular season and did an
outstanding job in the playoffs.
Band/flag team and cheerleaders
did a great job leading the
charge. The band/flag team
scored superior at the marching
band contest in Lake City.
Students participating on the
academic team, golf team,
volleyball team, and girl's
weight lifting teams worked
hard and had a successful year.
Basketball season has started
the girls and boys teams are
winning games. Softball,
baseball, tennis, track, and
boy's weight lifting teams are
getting ready to start their
seasons. The FFA continues to
shine at local, state, and
national competitions. The
Parliamentary Procedure Team
placed fourth in the nation and
the Poultry Team placed ninth
in the nation.
Congratulations to ,the
middle softball team for
winning the Suwannee
Conference for the first time.
Again, I would like to
commend our students
teachers/staff and administrators
for their dedication in making
the 2004-05 a great year.
Thank you Union County
for your support for our
schools., you all help instill
great pride in the young people
of Union County.
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Feb. 10, 2005 UNION COUNTY TIMES Page 5A


still on their first honeymoon


By JAMES REDMOND
Times Staff Wrter
After 16 years of marriage
Richard and Dale Tillis of
Lake Butler are still on their
honeymoon.
"Our honeymoon just never
ended," said Richard. "It's a
lot of fun." After just six
months of dating, both knew
the other was the perfect one
for them. Even before their
engagement they both knew
there was something special
between them.
"We worked together years
earlier, but I had strict dating
rules," said Dale. One of those
rules was not dating people she.
worked with. While working at
Brown Moulding Company in
North Carolina, they would
talk to each other on a regular
basis. While both sensed that
there might be just a little more
than friendship between them,
neither were in position to act
upon it.
Years later Richard moved
on to a take a job with the city
of Hamlet, N.C. Dale remained
at the moulding company. By
this time each was a recent
divorcee and each was leery of
getting into another
relationship. "I wasn't really
looking for anybody," said
Richard.
"But it was uncanny how we
just kept bumping into one
another around town," said
Dale.
While both had the feeling
that fate was trying its best to
bring them together, each was
cautious about getting into a
new relationship. Finally, at
one of their impromptu
meetings Richard invited Dale
over for a drink. "Alcohol was
one of the reasons my last
marriage had broken up, so I
was apprehensive about the
invitation," said Dale.
She would give Richard
another reason to call on her.
At the time, Richard was in
the process of restoring a 1969
Porsche. Dale had overheard
him offer another lady a ride in
it and thought that would be a
good opening. "Why don't you
"tike me for a ride in your
'Pd ten s Thetime,"i asked.
Dale. Knowing a good thing
when he saw it, Richard
qtlickly set up the time.
That Saturday night was the
first of many dates the couple
would enjoy. "He even let me
drive," said Dale.' The couple
enjoyed each other's company
as they drove all over the
North Carolina countryside.
As the evening began to
come to an end, an offer of a
second date had not been
forthcoming from Richard. "I
wondered if he was gong to
ask me out again," said Dale.
At the last possible moment,
with one foot in the door of his
car, Richard finally asked the
question Dale wanted to hear.
Their second. date went
better then the first. Both


Feb. is 'Have
a Heart'


month
February is "Heart Fund"
month, and a special time to
have a noon luncheon with the
best cooks in Union County.
The ladies. of the Lake Butler
Woman's Club will be serving
their favorite recipes on
Tuesday, Feb. 15, from 11:30
a.m. until 1 p.m. at the
historic Club House on the
Lake. It is a good time to get
together with family, friends
and Rotarians and enjoy the
fellowship and food.
This is a special fund raiser
for the American Heart
Association, and the only drive
in Union County. Your
donation goes for a good cause
and if you are unable to come;
but would like to contribute
make a check to "American
Heart Association":' and mail to
Lake Butler Woman's Club, 25
E. Main St., Lake Butler, FL
32054.
Do not insult the mother' alligator,
until ofter qou hove crossed the
river.
-hailian proverb


enjoyed a night filled with
dining and dancing. The
feelings that had been so
strong just years earlier were
growing even stronger.
On this evening the couple
would share their very first
kiss. "When we kissed I saw
fireworks and felt sparks, "
said Dale. That kiss confirmed
what they both had already
known.
"He stopped the car or; the


Since this was the second time
for both of them, neither
wanted to make a big deal out
of it.
They came to Florida for
their honeymoon. "We went to
Walt Disney World," said
Richard. Florida was a very
familiar place to Richard. He
grew up in Gainesville and
graduated from Gainesville
High School. His job with the
railroad' he had taken right


way home just to give me after high school had taken
another kiss," said Dale. That him to North Carolina.:
romantic gesture gave Dale Some might say that Richard
even more fireworks and spoils Dale rotten. Richard
sparks. Dale said to this day proudly admits it. "I even have
Richard continues to do a tag on the front of my car
romantic things just like that that says it," said Dale.
evening. "I am here to serve the wants
While the evening went and needs of my wife," said
better than either one had Richard.
imagined, Dale would not hear If you ask the Tillis' what
from Richard for another two has kept them together these
weeks. I wonder if I had 16 years they will tell you it
done something wrong," said takes just two things-serving
Dale. For the first week each other's needs and
Richard was out of town at a communication.
conference. He had mentioned Everyday each of them looks
the trip to Dale previously, to see just how he or she can
Not hearing from Richard, serve the other. It's part of
Dale went out on a date with their philosophy for a happy
another man. While she had a marriage. "I think that's why
nice time, it did not compare to we are still so much in love,"
the date she had with Richard said Richard. "I am happiest
the previous week. Not when Dale is happy."
wanting to take any chances, One example of this would
Dale decided to call Richard. be the way meals are made at
This time she asked him out. their home. Dale is not a
He accepted and it was the last morning person, but Richard
either of them had to ask is. He gets up and cooks
anyone out again. "We've been breakfast and makes sure
together ever since," said Dale. everything is ready so the
Early on in their relationship couple can begin their day.
Dale expressed her true Richard enjoys winding down
feelings for Richard. "I told at the end of the day, so Dale
him I loved him," said Dale. makes dinner. "As cliche as it
She said she tried to hold it sounds, we are each 9ther's
back, but everytime they were soul mates," said Richard.
together that's all she could Communication is another
think about. important part of the couple's
"My throat would tighten long relationship. Each felt that
from -wanting to tell him so communication was an
badly,' said Dale. important part of any
Unfortunately for her, relationship. "We've only gone
Richard did not respond in to bed once not speaking,' said
kind. Knowing her heart Richard. "It's all about talking
already belonged to him, Dale 1 to each other."
told 'Richard she would wait The love between the couple
for him. A short time later is projected to their family as
Richard could not hold back i well. There is a very strong
his feelings as well. "'sense of family at the Tillis
Richard's propryal.---aef.i hoTu,,"Ourv, ho:m t~ K
marriage to Dale was almost constantly filled with on kids
ifeA "-u'i by, 'his 'own grandkids and -greaq
birthday. Richard decided he I grandkids," said Dale.
wanted to propose to Dale on Even as their children were
his birthday. Dale decided to growing up, the Tillis house
throw him a surprise party. was where everyone met. "If
"We were both pleasantly
surprised," said Richard.
While the party did catch
him off.guard, he decided it
was still the right time to pop
the question. Richard handed
Dale a rectangular box. "It was
not the typical shape of a ring
box," said Dale' With box in
hand, Richard asked for Dale's
hand in marriage. "Boy was I
surprised," said Dale.
The couple was married in a F a s t
small ceremony at a hunting
lodge in North Carolina. "We F a s t
had a small group of family
and friends," said Richard.


UCHS holds
FCAT tutoring
on Saturday
Union County High
School will offer FCAT
tutoring classes from
Saturday, Feb. 5, until
Saturday, Feb. 26. Classes
will take place from 9 a.m.
until noon. These classes
will be in addition to after
school tutoring sessions. For
more information to sign
your child up contact
Geraldine Griffis at (386)
496-3040.

Historical
society
accepts
items
The Union County
Historical Society accepts
historical items for the
museum every Monday
from 9 a.m. ,until noon.
Items,' can 'be taken 'to 'the
Townsend Building located
on SR-100 in Lake Butler.
For more information
contact Cindy North at
(386) 496-3044.


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Above: Richard and Dale Tillis stand on the front porch of their home in Lake Butler. The
past 16 years of marriage has been a whirlwind romance for the couple. The goal of each
of them is to make the other one happy. For more about the couple, and their 16 years of
marriage, see related story.


we didn't have eight to 10 of
our children's friends at the
house on the weekend, it
wasn't really a weekend," said
Dale. Foriner boyfriends-"and
-,gri*r.,i.,si.o9f. their ghlirden
would come by long after
relationships were over. "They
said they just loved the family
atmosphere," said Richard.


When asked what advice
they might offer a young
couple about staying together,
both agreed that couples
; stlilitf i ,o veryd 'yat
Learning "th T', sp.'use.
spouse every chance you can,"
said Dale. "I think my first
marriage didn't last because
we never did that."


When asked about future
plans, both stated that they
plan to retire in the very near
future. "But that doesn't mean
people won't see me,"-said
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Jill Peacock looks to make a hole-in-one.


Stefanie Parsof took the honor of Miss Corfgeniality.


Twyla Seay shows she knows how to dress Texas style.


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41 Vehicles Accessories
42 Motor Vehicles
43 RV's & Campers
44 Boats
45 Land for Sale
46 Real Estate Out of Area
47 Commercial Property
Rent. Lease, Sale
48 Homes for Sale
49 Mobile Homes for Sale
50 For Rent


INDEX
51 Lost/Found
52 Animals & Pets
53 Yard Sales
54 Keystone Yard Sales
55 Wanted
56 Trade or Swap
57 For Sale
58 Building Materials
59 Personal Services'
60 Secretarial Services
61 Scriptures
62 Vacation/Travel


63 Love Lines
64 Business Opportunity
65 Help Wanted
66 Investment Opportunity
67 Hunting Land for Rent
68 Rent to Own
69 Food Supplements
70 Self Storage
72 Sporting Goods
73 Farm Equipment
74 Computers & Computer
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Heritage Villas Apts.

Call 904-964-6216

For more information.

Handicapped accessible.

Hearing impaired

CALL 800-840-2408

EHO


Commercial space by Starke Post
Office. Has potential for office or retail.
Has carpet, 3 bathrooms, hot water
-heater, and water points for nails and
beauty shop. But don't be misled...
could be office space. A/C & heat.

As is $60000 per mo.
Call John for more information
904-964-6305


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Five (5) 2-bedroom unfurnished
apartments. New throughout and will be
ready for Feb. 15 occupancy. For more
information call John or Ramona at 904-
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Auctions
AUCTION EVERY


Two (2) commercial spaces, 1400 sq.
ft. on Call Street by RR Track. Can be
retail or office space. Will build to
specs for long term lease.
Call 904-964-6305


American
Dream
SifN.Vorth Fluorida.lnc.
REA. TORSS

WE HAVE
RENTALS
Apartments,
Homes &
Office space
(904)
964-5424


Property
Rent, Lease,
Sale
IDEAL LOCATION! 2800
SQFT building with office,
barn, mini storage, 5
acres, for rent all or part,
, off of. South 301. Call
904-964-3827 for more
information.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS,
SR21S, OFC/WHSE all
AC, 2500 sq. ft. Call 352-
473-5174 or 352-475-
1713.
48
Homes for Sale



SILL YUR


HOME?*
An coniton
pic position


Thursday & Saturday
night, at 6551 NW CR
225, Starke. Starts
7:00pm. AB
M00001542, AU MO
0001153.
BIG ESTATE AUCTION,
4 Saturday, Feb 12, 2005
at 10:30am. Columbia
County Fairground Bldg.
West HWY 90- Lake City,
FL, (located on Service
Rd behind Office Max).
Contents of 2 local es-
tates constiting of furni-
ture, antiques, fine glass-
ware and 100's of col-
lectibles, plus 40yrcollec-
tion of Fenton Glass, to
much to list. Visit our
website at www.bag
tiques.com for details and
pictures or call for fax list-
ing of Items 386-755-
8644. Auctioneer Ron
Jones #AU371, AB240 R
& LAuction 10% BP. Pre-
view Friday 12-6pm,
saturday 9am til sale.
42
Motor Vehicles
WANTED: CARS AND
trucks, running or not.
Must be complete. $100
and up. Call 904-966-
2995 or 904-964-2432.
1987 MERCEDES
300SDL, 6cyl turbo die-
sel, grey with tan Interior,
high miles, runs great,
chrome rims, good tires,
needs paint and AC work.
Steal It for $3,950. Call
904-964-4111-.
1983 PORSCHE 911, targa
SC, ac, pw, four wheel
disc brakes, new motor
(less than 50,000 miles),
new transmission, sun
roof, paint job (less than
month old), new well tale,
new backseat with rear
back seat speaker deck,
new dash, front seats. All
needed for complete res-
toration is upholstering of
front two seats. $15,000
negotiable. Call Keith at
352-235-2921 .
43 .
RV's & -
Campers
1992 ALLEGRO BAY Motor
home 27' class ."C" 460
Ford engine, auto trans,
cruise control,'" 6 heew
tires, fully .equipped, very
good condition: $17,500. .
904-964-5645.
44
Boats
1988 FINELINE Ski Centu-
rion Barfoot Warrior.
Johnson GT200hp, gal-
vanized trailer, runs great
handles better. Needs
some elbow grease.
$7,000. Firm Call 904-
716-5035.
45
Land for Sale


PRETTY, 20.7 acres
cleared lot, fenced on
paved road, 1 acre
stocked fish pond in
Bradford County near
CR229 & CR235.
$99,000 OBO. Call 904-
608-5239.
PROVIDENCE PROP-
ERTY, 1/2 and 1 acre lots
with well and septic.
Owner finance, 386-754-
6699.
BRADFORD COUNTY, 81
acres of young -planted
pines, $1750/acre. Min-
utes from Jacksonville,
Starke and Lawtey, FL.
Corner of CR225 and
225A. ALACHUA
COUNTY, 212 acres,
$1950/acre. North of
Gainesville, off SR340.
(NW 156th Ave) on to NE
10th St, go about 1/2
miles, look for sign. Tax
#'0 7684-000-000.
C.Coolidge Davis Realty,
352-376-2541.
2 ACRES OF LAND in
Union County off of SR
239-A. Corner lot off of
paved road with septic
tank, stream runs through
middle & rolling hills, ideal
location for someone who
desires access to both
Gainesville and Lake But-
ler. $17,000 per acre.
Please call on weekends
850-499-1447.
1.5 ACRES WITH 1999,
20x60 MH, in Bradford
County, well & septic.
Like new, low down pay-
ment, financing available.
Call 386-496-1146.
SALE OR LEASE, 3BR/
2BA doublewide on 2.5
acres, located in
Worhtington Springs,
386-466-1104, Easy
terms.
46
Real Estate
Out of Area
WE BUY JUNKY HOUSES,
nice ones too. Can close
in under 72 hours. 352-
258-0865 or webuyjunky
houses.com.
47
Commercial


Steal it for $69,000. Call
904-964-4111.
FOR SALE OR LEASE by
owner, 1/4 mile from
Starke Golf Course. 3/2,
new roof, tile floors, 1500
sq ft, 19x19 back porch,.
fireplace, 3/4 acre lot,
paved street. $115,000,
niust sell, make offer.
Call 904-434-5829.












OWNER FINANCE-Brand
new construction, site
built home, large wooded
2/3 acre lot, Keystone
Heights area $1995
down. Call 352-258-
0865.
49
Mobile Homes
for Sale
FOR SALE BY OWNER,
1997 DW, 3BR/2BA, 2
fenced in acres. Ap-,
praised at $61K, will sell
for $58K. Call 904-612-
6523 or 904-751-2338.
2.7 ACRES, DWMH, in Big
Tree Lakes Subdivision,
3BR/2BA, covered back
deck, fireplace, water pu-
rifier, detached shed,
$70,000. Call 352-473-
8685, leave message.
OWNER FINANCE 3BR/
2BA doublewide. New
well and septic, 1/3 acre
wooded lot, Keystone
Heights Area $1495
down. Call 352-258-
0865.
1.5 ACRES WITH 1999,
20x60 MH, in Bradford
County, well & septic.
Like new, low down pay-
ment, financing available.
Call 386-496-1146.


Unfurnished 3 BR/1 BA House near
Lake in Lake Butler. City water, A/C &
Heat, small yard, front & back porch.

$475/mo


1st & last mo. security deposit
904-964-8602
after 6 pm


"* ''"'- s ~- (904)-

964 5424

of Northeast FlordaInc. 205 N. Temple Ave.
REALTORS Starke, FL 32091


LARGE FOUR BEDROOM, TWO BATH
HOME WITH GREAT POTENTIAL.
NEEDS SOME TLC. $64,000.
MIS2IAR1l II


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FOR SALE BY OWNER: 3/
2 on 16.8 acres in Starke
off of CR225. LR, FP, din-
ing room, family room,
and large rec room. 2577
sq ft of living area. All new
kitchen appliances,
above ground pool, tree
house. $239,000. Call
904-964-6534 or 904-
364-6411.
FOR SALE BY OWNER,
2008 sg ft triple wide,
4BR/3BA. Beautifully
landscaped on a pond,
large workshop, pump
house, 2 acres, priced
below appraisal,
$112,000, buyer pays
closing. Call for
appointment. 352-475-
3874
WALK TO KEYSTONE
schools, 4BR, 1800 sq ft
home, with 20x40 in
ground pool, porch &
deck, $139,900 Phone
352-475-6260.
INVESTOR SPECIAL! Vic-
torian home on B-2 lot, 2
story, needs renovation..


Small or Large Parcels
With or Without
Homes

Call Glen Lourcey

=352-486-1818


T.H.E. Apartments

9~i E. Brofifwe St.,* Starke, Florida
r;-" NewiyRtemodeled

2 & 3 Bedrooms Available

Rent is based on Income
Water, Sewer
On-Site Laundry Facility & Play Areas
Office Open: Monday Friday 8:00 to 4:30 p.m.
/ Call (904) 964-7133
Voice TTY Acess l-800-545-i833. Ext 381


YOU NEED A HOME, CALL US FIRST!
KING OF SALES 8 SERVICE SINCE 1946
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BE REWARDED FOR your
excellent credit, as low as
5.75% on L/H pkgs. Call
John at Sunshine Home
Center 904-964-1817.
INSTANT DISCOUNTS TO
any county, city, state or
federal employee on any
new home's in stock. Call
Lance toll free at 1-866-
964-1817.
USE YOUR TAX REFUND
for a low down payment:
on a land/home pkg. Call.
John at Sunshine Home,
Center 904-964-1817.
NO MONEY DOWN! L/H
pkg. New 4BR/2BA, 2001
sq ft furnished only $596
a month. Call Ed at 904-
964-1817.
WILL SACRIFICE 2005 5/
2 FLEETWOOD. 2001
sq ft set-up for $45,500.
SCall Mike at 352-376-
1008. Give copy to sales-
man, no fireplace, glam-
our bath, sliding door or
dormer. Standard carpet.
14X80 USED
FLEETWOOD In good
shape for $8995. Call Kip
at 352-373-5428.
CUSTOMERS DIDN'T
TAKE A 28 WIDE 4/2
Fleetwood that was or-
dered. We will heavily
discount to $29,995.
Mike, 1-352-376-1008.
BIG SALE, 32X80
FLEETWOOD, 4/3 with
. living room, den and ac-
tivity room. Set up and
delivery for only $54,900.
Call Mike at 1-352-378-
6024.
BRAND NEW 14X70
FLEETWOOD, 2/2.or 3/
2 with warranty for only
$22,995. Call Mike at 1-
352-375-3408.
BRAND NEW 16X80
FLEETWOOD 3/2 for
only $26,995 fob. Call
Mike at 1-352-376-1008.
MUST SEE 2005 MODEL
32 WIDE Fleetwood
never titled, all warranties
apply. Includes setup for
$39,995. Ask for Mike at
1-352-378-6024.
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Classified Ad S1 964-6305 ___

Classified Ads where one call does it all.496-226


ruary, 1BR or 2BR apart-
ments, downtown Starke,
upstairs, newly reno-
vated. New carpet, fresh
paint, CH/A. $480 per
month, 1st and last, plus
security deposit. Call for
details and an application
904-964-6305 ask for
Ramona.
GREAT FOR RETIREES
young couple, or singles.
2BR/1BA block home,
fireplace, CH/A, washer
& dryer, fridge & stove,
carport, utility room,
fenced on 1 full acre.
Lawn maintenance in-
cluded. Clay Electric. 2
adult and 1 child max.. No
pets! 3.1 miles from 301
on SR 100 east (towards
Keystone). Available mid
February. $650 per
month plus security de-
posit. For information
please call. 904-966-
0631, if no answer leave
message.
DOUBLEWIDE Mobile
Home, fully remodeled,
kitchen fully equipped, 1/
2 mile from Lake Santa
Fe In a country setting.
For more info call 352-
473-3728, ask for Cathy.
NICE CLEAN Mobile
Home, $425 a month. 1st
and last months rent and
cleaning fee. No pets.
Responsible mature
couple. Call 904-964-
3595.
FURNISHED ROOMS
FOR RENT COMPLETE
with CH/A, cable pro-
vided, all utilities paid!
Central location. Ideal for
senior citizens with 10%
discount on first months
G rent for senior citizens.
Rooms with private bath,
$95 $105/wk. Room
without bath, $80. Laun-
dry facilities available.
Close to churches,
stores, downtown shop-
ping, theatre, and more!
See Manager at the Mag-
nolia Hotel, across from
the Starke Post Office.
964-4303.
WE HAVE 2 OR 3 bedroom
MH, clean, close to
prison, ideal for small
family or couples. Call
352-468-1323.
UNFURNISHED homes lo-
cated in Worthington
Springs. 1, 2, & 3 BR/
2BA, well maintained,
pool, club house, quiet
and clean. $300 to$660/
per mth. 386-496-2777.
GREAT LOCATION, quaint
2 story, 1BR/1BA home.
$295/mth, 1st, last, lease,
deposit. 1 person, no
pets-Call 904-964-3579.
SOUTHERN VILLAS OF
Starke Apts. Looking for
applicants. 1& 2 BR HC
& non HC apartments.
Central ac/heat, on site
laundry, playground, pri-
vate and quiet atmo-
sphere. Located on
SR16; 1001- SouthemVil-
'as Drive. Slarke. FI o'r
,air914-964-7295, TDD/
XTY 711. Equal Housing
Opportunity.
3BR/1BA, FARM house
style, nice neighborhood,
$500/mth, 1st, last, lease,
security. No pets. Single
family resTents only. Call
904-964-3579. "
FOR RENT- 1 month free
with deposit, 2 & 3BR's,
water Included, fenced


yard, no pets. Call 386-
496-3067 678-438-6828
or 678-438-2865
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS,
Mobile Home Park, on
SR 100. Large 2BR/2BA,
great condition, no pets,
$475/mth. 3BR/2BA,
$465/mth. Both mobile
homes plus utilities and
security. Small RV 1 per-
son, $70 a week plus
electric. Call Rick @ 352-
473-3569.
2 BEDROOM, CH/A: big
screened porch, outside
storage building with
washerand dryer outlets.
Nice lot, electric gate en-
trance. No pets or chil-
dren under 12. Call 386- .
431-1200.
KEYSTONE HOUSE and
MH for rent, newly reno-
vated, 2BR, CH/A, $575
and $475 monthly. Re-
sponsible adults only,
limit 2 persons, possible
discount, no pets. 352-
473-5214.
KEYSTONE AREA, 2BR/
1BA SW Newly remod-
eled $350 month and
$200 security. Call 352-
478-2697 or 352-258-
0865.
HUGE 2BR/2BA ON 2/3 of
an acre, $395 per month.
Call 352-478-2697
or352-258-0865
RENT-TO-OWN Brand new
construction, site built
home, 3BR/2BA, large
wooded 2/3 acre lot, Key-
stone Heights area.
$1995 down. Call 352-
258-0865.
RENT-TO-OWN 3BR/2BA
doublewide. New well
and septic, 1/3 acre
wooded lot, Keystone
Heights Area $1495
down. Call 352-258-
0865.
RENT-TO-OWN 2BR/2BA
singlewide 2/3 acre
wooded lot, Keystone
Heights Area $995 down.
Call 352-258-0865.
3 BEDROOM SWMH near
RMC, no pets, Call after
4pm. Call 386-496-2599.
IN STARKE, 3BR/1BA, CH/
A, tile floors, 2 car car-
port, washer& dryer, stor-
age shed, quiet, safe
neighborhood, close to
schools. $700 month, 1st,
last, and $200 security
deposit. No pets. Call
386-698-4635 or 386-
586-8042.
4BR/2BA ON 5 ACRES
with barn and fish pond,'
porch, patio, wahser &
dryer hookups. Located
in Graham. Outside pets
possible. $650 month.
Call 352-468-2168 or
352-328-4323.
LIKE NEW, 3BR/2BA, mo-
bile home. $500 mth, 1st,
last, & deposit. No pets.
Call 352-473-0464.
DWMH FOR RENT, 3BR/
2BA, sound system,
alarm, completely refur-
brshed 1600 mtn, 1st.
last, and $300 Sbcurily".
6223 ColumDia Streetl,
Highridge Estates in Key-
stone. Call 904-964-
4285.
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Lost/Found
REWARD OFFERED!
Pitbull mix, 5 months old,
female, tan & white mark-
ings, white & blue eyes,
no clippings, answers to
Sadie. Lost near Captla!


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Heights, Melrose, and More I

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Rental Assistance!
1, 2, & 3 Bedroom HC
& Non-HC Accessible


Apartments
"The Best Place to Live"
Orangewood
Apartments
801 South Water Street
Starke, FL 32091

904-964-4214


TDDrTY 711
Equal Housing Opportunity


SAVE $$

Buy Owner
CB House
1810 plus H/A
sq. ft., 3 BR/2
BA, fireplace,
Fla. room,
screened porch,
pool w/deck, over
an acre with
room to roam.
Keystone Hgts.

$139,700



odie
Broker/Owner
352-258-3898


City Bank on Monday,
January 31,2005. Please
call 904-964-6934 or
352-281-6974
52
Animals & Pets
3 DYH AMAZON parrots.
six months old, $700
each. 4 Mule indian
green ring parrots $150
each. call 386-867-0214.
HORSE GRAY GELDING,
8yrs, pro trained, nice,
$1000. Bay stud pony,
$250. Payments okay.
Call nights. 904-964-
0498.
GOATS FOR SALE, 3/4
Boer Billy, three big nan-
nies, 3 nanny kids & 1
billy kid. 904-964-8401.
GOATS FOR SALE! Call
352-468-2544 or 352-
318-3952 leave mes-
sage..



Dog Grooming
Pickup &
'Delivery Service
Pet Setting
Call anytime & leave
message
352-478-1190
or
352-478-2590

53
Yard Sales
LETS MAKE A DEAL, for
the hext 2 weeks at
Grandria's Attic. Our final
days, all will go. Beds,
cribs, dressers, china
closets, coffee tables,
nice 76 yr old coffee table
with end tables, enter-
tainment center table &
chairs, record player, ra-
dios, sleep sofa, upright
freezer, fridges, TVs over
200 items of children
and adult clothes, nice
dress gowns. New Walt
Disney things, bumper
pbol table, metal file cabi-
net, 18,000'BTU AC win-
dow unit. 3/10 of a mile
past Norman's Produce
on 301. 904-964-9138.
HUGE YARD SALE.
MILES SOUTH OF
Starke, on 301 look for
signs. Lots of clothes,
very cheap, some free.
Lots of toys, stuffed ani-
mals, knick knacks, furn-
ture. Everything must go,
very cheap. Saturday
7am to ?
YARD SALE, FRIDAY, 9am
til? Lawtey Community
Center (inside) For In His
Word Ministry Church.
HUGE MULTI-FAMILY yard
sale. Clothes, home de-
cor, kitchen items, furni-
ture. Friday, February 10,
8am to 3po_ 11261 NW
way)Fbetween SRi "
adn SR16.
SATURDAY ONLY Day-
light to 2pm. Some furni-
ture, entertainment cen-
ters etc, Childrens
clothes and toys, some
housewares. CR 230A off


of Griffis Loop.
BIG YARD SALE, things all
over the yard and shed.
Saturday only! 8am to
5pm. Take SR100 to
SR121 in Lake Butler,
turn left at Hardees, go 7
miles to 2nd road right
past Clyatt Well Drilling,
look for the .store sign.
Thousand of items 386-
496-2643.
ESTATE SALE, February
11 & 12, 9am to5pm. 213
N Church Street, Starke.
Excellent clean items!
Antique Johnson out-
board motor, lawn
mower, bikes, art pottery,
Bendix .stereo, singer
sewing machine. More!
Henredon dining set, two
Drexel bedroom suites.
Over 200 fishing items:
lures, rods, reels. Cedar
chests, sofa, wing chairs
& more. By Estate Sales
Services, 352-377-7000.
Tax collected, dealers re-
sale cert., no early birds.
YARD SALE, Thursday, Fri-
day & Saturday, 8am to
4pm. 7891 SW CR 225,
green trailer behind
doublewide. Look for
signs.
YARD SALE, Friday, Satur-
day & Sunday, 9am to
4pm. 16 west, right next
to the Citgo station. Mov-
ing sale with antiques.
BIG YARD SALE, Pratt
Street Rec Center, West
off of 301 at Corbetts
Tires. Saturday 8am til ?
MOVING SALE, Friday &
Saturday, 8am to 5pm.
4867 NW 219th St,
Lawtey, off of CR225.
Everything is negotiable.
Bedroom suite, lawn trac-
tor, table, toys and more.
UNDERWOOD MOTEL
selling house furnishings,
beds, desks, dressers,
clothes, some of every-
thing. Saturday only


I


10am to 1pm. Call 904-
964-8933 leave mes-
sage.
54
Keystone Yard
Sales
EVERY SATURDAY,
JANUARY 29 thru March
5, 9am til ?. 2 Boats,
moped, treadmill, exer-
cise equipment, com-
puter with desk & chair, 3
pc wet bar, hutch, table &
chairs, 3 color TV's, 5
glass showcases, Christ-
mas villages, porcelain
dolls, 7 pc brass dresser
set, outside furniture and
many misc items. Lake
Geneva off of SR 100 on
6th St. Look for signs.
GARAGE SALE! Friday &
Saturday, 8am to 2pm.
6547 Kings Road, Key-
stone Heights.
MOVING SALE, Saturday
8am to noon. Furniture,
clothes and plenty of
other items. 6664
Bedford Oak Drive, right
off Immokalee Rd. 352-
473-8106.
55
Wanted
DEMONSTRATORS
NEEDED, Home and
Garden Party is a home
decorating accessory
business, that provides
unlimited Income poten-
tial thru commissioned


based selling at home
parties. It is a ground floor
opportunity that can
make your dreams come
true. Join us who are suc-
cessful and loving our
job. For info and interview
call 352-473-3144.
57
For Sale
ELECTRIC WHEEL chair/
joy stick, indoor/outdoor.
Like new. Cost $4700
new, sell for $1000. Call
904-964-6534 or 904-
364-6411.
KENMORE WASHER and
dryer, new type $100 and
up each, electric stove,
written guarantee, free
local delivery. For ap-
pointments,.call 904-964-
8801.
BED-QUEEN orthopedic
Pillowtop mattress and
box. Name brand, new in
plastic, with warranty.
Can deliver. Sacrifice
$140. call 352-372-8588.
BED-KING SIZE Pillowtop
mattress and boxspring
with manufactures war-
ranty. Brand new still in
plastic. Can deliver. Sell
for $200. Call 352-372-
7490.
BEDROOM SET 7 piece
Gorgeous cherry queen/
king bed, dresser, mirror,
2 nightstands, chest
available, dovetail con-
struction. New still in
boxes. Retail $5200, sac-


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apartments. New throughout and will
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9846.
DINING ROOM SUITE-
beautiful cherry table, 6
chippendale chairs and
lighted hutch and buffet.
Brand new still boxed.
Can deliver. Retail
$5800, sacrifice $1100.
352-377-9846.
MATTRESS TWIN sets
$89, full sets $129,
Queen sets $159, King
sets $189. Mattress Fac-
tory, 441 East Brownlee
St. Carpets also- large
room size pieces. Save a
lot. Cash and carry. Call
Sonia at 352-473-7173 or
904-964-3888.
PILLOW TOP MATTRESS
sale. You can save on
national brands. Shop
first then compare. Full
pillowtop sets $299,
queen pillowtop sets
$399, King $499.
Memory foam sets as on
TV- too low to advertise.


Call 352-473-7173 or
904-964-3888.
GLASS BROWN wicker
table, 4 chairs with roll
around casters. $400,
three years old looks
new. Call 352-485-2412.
REAL CHERRY WOOD
tables with glass, 2-end
tables, 1-coffee table, 1
sofa table, all for $400 .
Three years old. Call
352-485-2412..
DRIVEWAY MATERIALS,
hauling spreading.
Bradford Limerock Sales,
904-782-3172 or 904-
509-9126 cell #.
BLACK POWDER RIFLE
CVA Kentucky (Percus-
sion) .45 caliber. 1:66
round ball twist, good
condition, $150. Call 904-
964-9662 leave mes-
sage.
BED LIFT, ADJUSTABLE
BED, box spring and mat-
tress, electric wheel chair .


lift, trapeze, 3 new leather
van seats, lots of children
and ladies clothes. Call
368-0432.
STERNS & FOSTERf
pillowtop mattress $300.
Magnetic mattress pad
$400. Craftsman adjust-
able bed $300. ALL
queen size and OBO...
Call 352-473-0036. -
HARDWOOD FLOORING,
quality, prefinished, engi-
neered. Oaks, bamboo,
maple. Greta prices! Ex-
pert installation. 1-800-
314-6291 www.thie
woodfloorgirl.com
RADIAL ARM SAW 10"
blade, table, like new
condition $100. CraftS-
man band sale like new
condition $200. Call 352-
473-0457.
LOVE SEAT & couch $50.
Box spring and mattress
$20, dressers and stands ,
$15. Call 904-964-6770-
or 904-769-9454.


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REWARD!
For any information
leading to the recovery of a
RED AND WHITE
POLARIS ,,
4-WHEELER
stolen between Jan. 31-
Feb. 1 from residence off
of Providence Road.

386-496-2173

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TV Shop & Beauty Shop Auction

Friday, Feb. 11, 2005 7:00 p.m.
325 Commercial Circle, Keystone Heights, FL 32656

The TV Shop is the auction that was cancelled Sat., Jan. 22, in dainesville. The
Beauty Shop was moved here from South, FL.
There are approximately 40 TVs that have been repaired and in working condition.
There is every size, shape & model to include 27" Zenith, 2S" Emerson VCR/TV, 32"
RCA Home Theater just to name 3. Signal generator, lOstack CD player, new electrical
fixtures, several VCRs, 2 JVC computer controlled stereo receivers, new TV repair
parts, tools, signal generator/video analyzer, NTSC signal generator, Cerwin Vagas
speakers, microwave, Hot Point mini-fridge, steel desk, brand new microfiche, water
cooler, B&D bench grinder, pipe benders, hand truck, organizer drawers, wood & steel
shelving, work benches, fold-up cot, lawn chairs, bookcases, Sanyo cash register,
several 4 four-drawer file cabinets, copier & stand, office chairs, end table, older fax
machine, phones, 8', 6', & 5' wood stepladders, organizer drawers, lots of new
electrical boxes, 2 new power pole boxes & meter bases, pipe benders, PVC conduit,
plus more not listed.
Beauty Shop: 4 styling chairs, free standing hooded dryer, teal chairs, massage table,
mirrors, rolling cars, 2 Rubbermaid storage cabinets, Ig. Redkin display stand, couch,
changeable A-frame signs, bakers rack, metal & glass vanity, paraffin machine, towels,
Redkin color gels & fusion, perfume display, antique salon tools, foot spa, color bottles
& brushes, floor lamps, floor fans, 2 wood chairs w/foot stools, Nomadic massage
mats, wall cabinets, new blow dryers, new curling brush/irons, silk plants & lots more
not listed.
15 1/2 ft. Boat w/frontend steering & trailer.
Food & Sodas available.
Announcements night of auction have precedence over all advertising.
Terms of aUction: Cash or check w/ID. Visa, MasterCard or Debit. 12% Buyer's Premium
plus tax, 2% BP discount w/cash or check.
Auction by KEYSTONE AUCTION SERVICE
AB#1648, Col. Ken MNitchell, AU #2225
5500 SE 3rd Ave., Keystone HIeights, FL 32656
Call for information (352) 473-9008


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Classified AdS where one call does it all!


FULL SIZE TRUCK dia-
mond plate tool box,
good condition. $100.
.Call 386-496-2882.
58
Child/Adult
HomeCare
ARE YOU LOOKING FOR
a warm, nurturing envi-
.ronment whereyour child
gets the attention he/she
deserves? I provide
quality childcare in my
home on 9 acres off
SR16 East of Starke.
Experienced. Lunch and
`"nacks provided. Occa-
.sional local field trips.
Reasonable rates. Call
'904-964-6516 for info.
59
Personal
Services
*CONCRETE WORK, drive-
ways, sidewalks, slabs.
Free Estimates. Call 904-
364-3827.
BRADFORD HOME repair
Ind painting. Painting
-and home repair special-
ist, license #477. Free
estimates. Call 904-966-
S024.
CEARK FOUNDATION
31EPAIRS, INC. Correc-
tion of termite & water-
Oamaged wood & sills.
Leveling & raising
tiouses/Bldgs..Pier Re-
placement & alignment.
tree Estimates: Danny
(Buddy) Clark, (904)-284-
2333 or 1-800-288-0633.
@lAIN LINK FENCE Free
-stimates. Handyman
-Fence Co., owner
Sbmmy Reddish, 904-
*64-8559.
IPESSURE WASHING,
CLC home exterior clean-
3ng. Roofs, siding, decks,
iriveways, sidewalks.
Free estimates, call
,-urtis, 904-964-4940.
FEORIDA CREDIT UNION
Sias money to lend for
:M-.H. & land packages. 1-
300-284-1144.
GiSTRON'S.TREE SER-
"/ICE, INC. Fully Insured;
,serving all of North Cen-
tral Florida. Call toll free
866)378-5801.
CUSTOM CUTS Lawn &
rLandscape, customized
Aawn care, sod, trimming,
landscape design. Rea-
9onable rates, free esti-
!"mates. Commercial &
,residential. Licensed and
Insured. Call 386-496-
E2820, if no answer please
teave message.
ULTIMATE MAID SER-
/VICE, deep house clean-
ing. Call for February
Specials 904-964-8740.
O()MPANION. CHRISTIAN
lady will provide compas-
_sionate care for your
Moved one, light house-
Ekeeping, outings, and er-
trands. Call Janna at 904-
g9Q6-0532.

NW HIR





DRIERS


TIRED OF hardwater stains
& heavy cleaning? 2004
Rinsoft water softner and
2 yrs of cleaning supplies.
Paid $7000 asking
$4000. OBO. Call 904-
782-3207.
COMPUTER HELP, Hard-
ware/software, virus/.
spyware removal. Any
problems solved, home
business, house calls.
Call 352-473-4375.
61
Scriptures
THANK YOU ST. JUDE for
prayers answered. 0
Holy St. Juse apostle &
martyr great in virtue &
rich miracle neat kinsman
of Jesus Christ. Faithful
intercessor of all who in-
voke your special patron-
age in time of need. Tyou
I have recourse for the
depth of my heart & hum-
bly beg of whom God ha
given real great power to
come to my assistance.
Help me in my present
urgent petition. In return
I promise to make your
name known & cause it
to be invoked, Say 3 Our
Fathers, 3 Hail Marys &
Glories. Publication must
be promised. St. Jude
pray for us all who invoke
your name. Amen.,
D.M.B.

62
VAcation/Travel
HORSESHOE BEACH
Rentals on canal. House
and dock accommodates
up to 3 boats, sleeps 8.
Full kitchen, private.
$125/day. Additional apt
rental with 55' dock, fish
cleaning station, sleeps
6, half-kitchen. $85/day.
Additional rentals. Call
Tina at 352-498-5768.
64
Business
Opportunity '
TIRED OF JUST GETTING
BUY? Start a second in-
come with an internet
business from home. Our
business has helped
many just like you. Risk
free with free training and
a free computer. Call 1-
888-279-8322 ext 92290.
or visit the web at www.
inslangman.moneyway
2.com
65
Help Wanted
RODPERSONS needed
immediately, construction
layout experience. Join
our team as we build the
future. Call anytime,
leave message. Call 352-
335-8659.
Drivers


DEDICATED
OPERATION
FLORIDA ONLY
Owner Operators
Best home time,
Premium stop-off,
load/unload pay
Paid Fuel taxes and permits
1 Yr. CDL-ATractorTrailerExp.
Call Sunday or Weekdays
800-893-6791


BECK OF STARKE IS
looking for a part time lot
porter. Apply in person at
Beck of Starke, 904-964-
3200.
SITEWORK CONSTRUC-
TION labors, experi-
enced, heavy equipment
operators, motorgrader
operators, lowboy drivers
and dump truck drivers
needed Immediatelyl
DFWP with benefits,
Andrews Paving, Inc.
386-462-1115.
WANTED: BUS DRIVERS,
Bradford County School
Board will train. CDL Bus
Class begins 03/07/2005
-03/24/2005, Monday
thru Thursday. If inter-
ested call L. Smith at 90,4-
966-6735.
TIRED OF COMMUTING
to Gainesville or Jack-
sonville? Professional
Environmental Consult-
ant seeks a parttime of-
fice assistant. Must have
word processing experi-
ence, organizational
skills, document prepara-
tion, and some knowl-
edge of excel and ac-
counting software re-
quired. Flexible working
hours required. Pleasant
work environment. Salary
based on experience,
($10 to $13/hr). Typing
test will be required.
Please fax or send re-
sume to: AASI, 106 Am-
bient Airway, Starke, Fl
32091. 904-964-6675.
DENTAL ASSISTANT: with
expanded duty skills
. needed for fee for service
practice. Must be ener-
getic, caring, profes-
sional, and dependable.
Confidential. Fax'904-
964-8135.
STAFF PERSON NEEDED
to work with disabled
people In home and In
community. Must be able
to pass background
screening. HS diploma &
1 year experience. Call
904-966-2100.
MILK TRUCK DRIVERS
needed for sub branch in
Starke, Class B-CDL re-
quired, experience not
required. 401K, Insur-
ance, 7 paid holidays.
Applications available at
Bradford Telegraph, 131
W Call St., return to
same.
AVON INDEPENDENT
Sales Representative.
Always hiring. Free train-
ing and group support,.
earn extra income. Start
Today, $15 total invest-
ment. Call 904-964-8851.


CARE GIVER -2 years ex-
perience working with
elderly or disabled cli-
ents. 2 or 3 days per
week.4 Su-El's Retire-
ment Home, Hampton.
Phone 352-468-2619.
TRUSS BUILDERS. 1st
and 2nd shifts. Apply in
person, Mon or Fri. 1005
BunkerAve, Green Cove
Springs, 904-284-1110.
Benefits after 90 days.
HAIR DRESSER or barber
wanted at O'Hair. Call
Laura at 888-535-3446.
ORANGEWOOD Apart-
ments, Starke, Fl. Man-
ager position, 32 hours a
week with benefits. Need
management, office,
computer and people
skills. Drug-free work-
place, must have valid
Drivers License & trans-
portation. Some travel
required. Applications are
available at 801 S Water
St or 1001 Southern Vil-
las Drive, Starke, Fl.
Equal Opportunity Em-
ployer.
20 IMMEDIATE POSI-
TIONS for truss produc-
tions available in Green
Cove Springs. Apply in
person at 1005 Bunker
Ave, Green Cove
Springs. Call the jobline
at 904-448-2345 for more
info.
SALES OPPORTUNITY.
For retail advertisement,
for print media. Ideal job
for retired person who
has experience in sales.
Salary and commissions.
Send Resume to P.O.
Drawer A, Starke, FI
32091
$1380 WEEKLY guaran-
' teedl Stuff envelopes.
FT/PT no experience
necessary. For more in-
formation call 386-462-
9301.
DISCOVER HOW ANY-
ONE can earn $25, $50,
even $100 or more in as
, little as 2-3 minutes per
day taking easy "No-
Brainer" surveysI Start
today! http://click
bank. net/?countrymom/
sponline.
SHEET METAL SHOP ac-
cepting applications for
experienced and entry
level positions, 2nd shift.
DFWP. Call 352-473-
4984.
LAUNDRY/MAINTE-
NANCE position. Super-
vise, coordinate daily pro-
duction and provide pre-
ventive maintenance in
dry cleaning plnt. Must
have valid DL, excellent
attendance & punctuality


record. Applications at
New Method, 311 N
Temple, Starke. NO
PHONE CALLS!
NEED DETAIL Oriented
sub-division roadway
maintenance crew for a
company specializing in
erosion control. Fax re-
sume to 904-275-3292 or
call 904-275-4960. EOE.
BABYSITTER WANTED,
hours vary, may consider
mature, high school stu-
dent in Southside El-
ementary School district.
Call 904-964-8616.
LIVE IN PERSONAL assis-
tant, must be free to
travel, must have refer-
ences. Good salary. Call
386-752-6811 leave mes-
sage.
SURVEYOR RODMAN
needed. Experience
helpful but not required.
Call 904-964-6708.
HELP WANTED- Mobile
home set up crew, expe-
rienced only. Call 352-
258-0865.
HELP WANTED- Construc-
tion Contractor and sub-
contractors several open-
ings In various areas of
building (framing, finish,
roofing, concrete/block,
plumbing, electrical & sid-
ing) must have experi-
ence in one or more of
construction phases, own


tools and transportation.
Call 352-258-0865.
DRIVERS- ARE YOU get-
ting a pay raise in 2005?
Roehl drivers arel Van
drivers- up to .39 plus
bonus. Flatbed drivers-
up to.41 plus bonus, plus
tarp. Up to $2,000 sign on
bonus. Students wel-
come. Class A required.
EOE. Call Roehl, "The
take home more, be
home more carrier." 800-
6 2 6 4 9 1 5.
www.GoRoehl.com.
LOVEIN & LEARNING
Childcare Center in
Brooker wil be accepting
applications for a teach-
ers assistant. Salary de-
pends on experience and
credentials. Call Denise
at 352-485-1550.
HIRING EXPERIENCED,
mature person for home
repairs, must have own
transportation & tools.
Call 904-966-2024. .
OUTSIDE FIELD REPS
start today $18 to $25 an
hour, management
opportunities, will train,
evening hours and trans-
portation required. Call 1-
800-644-2822 ext 4015.
DRIVER, NEEDED FOR
Lowboy, Class A CDL re-
quired. Fax resume to
904-275-3292 or call
904-275-4960. EOE.


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F d etails c l l i00- 475 0044


RECEPTIONIST/ dental
assistant, experience in
dental field with insur-
Sance, full time. Call 352-
473-0707.
DAIRY FARM LABORERS,
hardworking dependable
transportation, shift work,
holidays & weekends.
For more information call
David Armstrong 386-
462-1016.
REDD TEAM MANUFAC-
TURING, a Division of
Alcoa, located in Key-
stone Heights, has imme-
diate openings for Welder
level 2 and Welder level
3. Salary $10.30 -$11.07/-
hr. A welding test will be
given to determine com-
petency and level. A high
school diploma or GED is
required. We have an
excellent flexible benefits
package effective the first
date and growth poten-
tial. Hours 7:00am to
3:30pm, Monday thru Fri-
day with possible over-
time. A pre-placement
drug screen/ physical are
required. Candidates
must pass a background
check. Apply in person
8am to 5pm, 6599 State
Road 21 North, Keystone
Heights, Fl. No phone
calls.

KEYSTONE
Land Clearing L.LC


* FshICladnIl


INSTALLERS, TRAFFIC
signals, signs, clean
Class B or D, travel week-
ends. DFWP, EOE. Call
800-939-7111.
SALES PERSON NEEDED
at Sunshine Home Cen-
ter, Hwy 301 N, Starke.
Apply in person, see
Lance or Greg.
GOT A JOB! I can get you
in a new manufactured
home! Easy terms! Call
Lance at 904-964-1462.
FOR FIRST United Meth-
odist Church, nursery
worker needed for Sun-
day mornings & Wednes-
day evenings, must be
punctual and depend-
able. Call 904-964-6864
ask for Lorrie Allen.
CNA 24-40 WK, flexible.
One position. rate nego-
tiable. Apply Penney Re-
tirement Community,
904-284-8200 or 800-
638-3138. Drug free work
place and EOE.
DRIVER/HELPER, shop
and field helper, one-ton
truck driver towing utility
trailer over Eastern US to
assist field technicians col-
lecting pollution samples
from smoke stacks. Can-
not be afraid of heights,
some heavy lifting, work
outdoors, climb stairs and


CALL rr1
TODAY! I YIc


ladders. Frequent travel
and overtime require.
Work in the shop when
not in the field. Pass drug
screen. Contact: Ambient
Air Services, Inc. 904-
964-8440 Starke, Fl.
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT, Court Administra-
tion, Digital Court Re-
porter -#7725 Starting
salary: $30,435/annualy.
Closing date: Friday,
February 25, 2005. For
detailed information, visit
our web site -at
http:\\www.circuit8.org-
EOE.
FOOD SERVICE supervi-
sor. Position to join cur-
rent management staff of
one director and one su-
pervisor. Prior supervi-
sory or lead cook experi-
ence required. Call
Annette at 904-284-
8529. Apply Penney Re-
tirement Community,
904-284-8200 or 800-
638-3138. Drug free work
place and EOE.
SURVEY/INSTRUMENT/
rod tech needed for busy
construction company.
Construction Layout, to-
tal station and Robotics
expereince required. Call
904-338-7558 or fax re-
sume to 904-964-2916.


We are looking for
exceptional sales and
service oriented
professionals who
truly enjoy working
with people.
We offer an excellent
compensation and
benefits package.
For more information
about available
positions and benefits.
visit our website.

LAKE BUTLER
Branch Manager
#0661601
Head Teller
#0661603
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LAKE BUTLER
STARKE -
Eiite Travel
Team Member
#0609501


Qualified candidates may
apply in confidence via
Fax:
904-997-0256
ann.haakee
bankmercantile.com
Online:
www.bankme'rntile.com
Resumes wriout a position
number Wil not be ConSdered
Mereanle Bank s a
dnrug4free workplace
EO. M/F/D/V


DAVIS


SOUTHEAST REGIONAL DRIVERS

Davis Expiess. Highway 301 South, Starke, FL is looking
for drivers to run SE. Requires Class A CDL w/hazi-nat.
Drivers living in the Bradford County area will be horne
frequently.
981/'0 miles in Fla., Ga., TN, S.C., & Alabarna

1 yr. experience .34 cpni
2 yrs experience .35 cpm
3 yrs experience .36 cpm
100% LUmper Reimbursement
$500 sign-on bonus
Safety Bonus
Guaranteed hometime
BCBS Insurance
401 K a4lable

Call 1-800-874-4270 or 904-964-6619 option #6
www.davis-express.corn


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APARTMENT MAINTENANCE

Are you a person with many skills -
carpentry, basic plumbing? Looking
for a career with regular schedules,
vacations, holidays paid, no lay-offs?
If you have the general experience
needed for apartment maintenance,
send resume to:

Dimension One Management
7865 Southside Blvd.
Jacksonville, FL 32256
Fax: 904-642-0972 EOE

Positions availJble in",several areas-
of FL and GA.


COORDINATOR LAW ENFORCEMENT
Directs, coordinates, supports, schedules and provides instruc-
tion for all basic and advanced training programs offered by the
Law Enforcement Division at'Lake City Community College.
Salary based on experience, plus benefits. Requires Bachelor's
degree. Exemplary experience with Law Enforcement programs
can substitute for final year of degree. Two years teaching
experience.
Deadline for applications, March 10, 2005.
Requires College Application, Resume & Transcripts
Applications available on WEB at: www.lakecitycc.edu
INQUIRIES:
HUMAN RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT
LAKE CITY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
149 SE Vocational Place, Lake City, FL 32025-2007
Phone: 386-754-4314; FAX 386-754-4594
E-MAIL: BOETICHERG@LAKECITYCC.EDU
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FIRE


Continued from p. 1A

wanted every emergency
worker that responded to the
call to understand he knows
they did their very best.
While talking with family
and friends. Randall and his,
wife, Mary, recalled the impact
both Joyce and Jerrod had on
their lives. "Jerrod just loved
his music," Randall said. "I
would turn the radio on and he
would tap and sing to the
beat." Music from the 50's and
country were his two favorites,
Randall said.
"Joyce loved to have her
family around her," said Mary
Randall. Many photos the
family shared showed her with
her family right next to her.
One photo showed Joyce,
Jerrod, Mark and Mary at
Seaworld in November 2003.
In the photo Joyce has a smile
on her face as see looks over at
Jerrod Joyce frequently
enjoyed the company of her
seven children, 38
grandchildren and 20 great
grandchildren.
Family and friends were also
bringing the family some
needed items such as clothes,
sheets and blankets. Many of
thie family's belongings were
lost in the fire. "We have
people we don't even know
bringing us things," said Mary
Randall.
- Dollar General, where Mary
works, is helping.out as well.
"The store has given me a
generous contribution to help
us replace some of our lost
items," said Mary. A collection
is being taken up at the store to
help the family as well. A glass
jar on the container with a sign
on the front tells of the
family's plight and asks for
donations.
Both Randall and Williams
were laid to rest Feb. 9 at Sapp
Cemetery in Raiford.


Above: What remains of a single-wide mobile that caught on fire on Feb. 4 is shown. It
believed a kerosene heater that was being used to heat the house was the source of th
fire. Two Lake Butler residents, Joyce Randall and Jerrod Williams, were unable to esca
the fire and perished. The house was estimated to be a total loss,


James Redmond can be
reached at (386) 496-2261 or
jamesredmondl @yahoo. comr


Stefanie Parson sings the song "The Chance" during
the talent portion of the competition.


Jill Peacock shows she has Kentucky spirit.


Three Rivers

implements

legal helpline
Three Rivers Legal Services,
Inc. which provides legal help'
for low-income people, has
implemented a Legal Helpline
in its-Jacksonville office.
Callers will have the
opportunity to receive advice
and brief services over the
telephone from trained legal
staff. Callers will initially be
screened for income and
program eligibility. If qualified,
an appointment will then be set
for an attorney or supervised
paralegal to call the client back.
By' implementing the Legal
Helpline, Three Rivers will be
able to provide more services to
more individuals in a briefer
period: of time. Three Rivers
willalso be able to reach clients
in fthe rural community that
wouldE.normally not have the.
meansi.to come into one of its
.offices
Thezhelpline is being funded
by ""-the Legal Services
Corporation. In addition Equal
Justice Works has provided two
AmeriCorps Pro Bono Legal
Corps:. volunteer attorneys to
assist-wvith the implementation
of the helpline. The two
attorneys, Melissa Long and
Julie'-Santioni, are responsible
for recruiting and training law
students from Florida Coastal


Property may be destroyed
and money may lose its
purchasing power; but, *
character, health, In this world, I would rather
knowledge and good live two days like a tiger,
judgment will always be in than two hundred years like
demand under all a sheep.
conditions. -Tipu Sultan
-Roger W. Babson *


The trouble with the rat
.race is that even if you win,
you're still a rat.
-Lily Tomlin
4 *


Justice is spontaneous
respect, mutually
guaranteed, for human
dignity, in whatever person
it may be compromised and
under whatever
circumstances, and to
whatever risk its defense
may expose us.
-P.J. Proudhon





SLEGALS

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
UNION COUNTY, FLORA.
CIVIL DIVISION
CASE NO.
632004CA000098XXXXXX
MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC
REGISTRATION SYSTEMS INC.
AS NOMINEE FOR APPROVAL
FIRST MORTGAGE CORP., MIN
NO. 100062701320159698,
Plaintiff,
vs.
GENEVA E. SMITH, et al.,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF SALE
PURSUANT TO CHAPTER 45
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to an Order or Summary
Final Judgment of foreclosure dated
January 12, 2005,and entered in Case
No.632004CA000098XXXX XX of the
Circuit Court in and for Union
County, Florida, wherein Mortgage
Electronic Registration Systems, Inc.
as nominee for Approval First
Mortgage Corp. MIN No.
IV 100062701320159698 is Plaintiff and
S GENEVA E. SMITH, UNKNOWN
TENANT NO. 1; UNKNOWN
TENANT NO. 2; and ALL
UNKNOWN PARTIES CLAIMING
INTERESTS BY, THROUGH,
UNDER OR AGAINST A NAMED
DEFENDANT TO THIS ACTION,
OR HAVING OR CLAIMING TO
HAVE ANY RIGHT, TITLE OR
INTEREST IN THE PROPERTY
THEREIN DESCRIBED, are
Defendants, I will sell to the highest
and best bidder for cash on the Front
SSteps of the Union County
is Courthouse, 55 West Main Street,
ie Lake Butler, FL 32054 at Union
County, Florida, at 11:00 a m. on the
pe 24th day of February, 2005, the
following described property as set
forth in said Order or Final Judgment,
to-wit:
PARCEL NO.9
COMMENCE AT THE
NORTHWEST CORNER OF THE
SW 1/4 OF THE SW 1/4 OF
SECTION 20, TOWNSHIP 6
SOUTH, RANGE 19 EAST, AND
RUN S 1 DEGRE1024E ALONG
THE WEST LINE OF SAID
SSEOTION,392.95 FEET TO THE
NORTH RIGHT OF WAY OF A 60
FOOT ACCESS ROAD RIGHT OF
O WAY, THENCE' RUN N 88
DEGREES 14' 08" E ALONG SAID
RIGHTROF WAY 40 1EEET-TO THE
EAST RIGHT OF WAY OF SAID
ACCESS ROAD, THENCE RUN S.
1 DEGREE 10'24" E ALONG SAID
RIGHT OF WAY 900 FEET TO THE
NORTH RIGHT OF COUNTY
ROAD NO. 18, THENCE RUN N 88
DEGREES 14'08" E ALONG SAID
NORTH RIGHT OF WAY 941.43
FEET TO THE POINT OF
BEGINNING, THENCE RUN N 2
DEGREES 05' 16" W, 300 FEET,
THENCE RUN N 88 DEGREES 14'
08" E., 150.00 FEET, THENCE RUN
S S2 DEGREES 05'16" E.,300 FEET
TO THE NORTH RIGHT OF WAY
OF COUNTY ROAD NO 18,
THENCE RUN S 88 DEGREES 14'
08" W., ALONG SAID RIGHT OF
WAY 150 FEET TO THE POINT OF
BEGINNING BEING AND LYING IN
SECTION 20, TOWNSHIP 6
SSOUTH, RANGE 19 EAST, UNION
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
TOGETHER WITH THE 1999
FLEETWOOD DOUBLEWIDE
MOBILE HOME LOCATED
THEREON, VIN NUMBERS
FLFLX7GA27706 AND
FLFLX70B27706..
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 Court at 386-496-
3711 within two (2) working days of
your receipt of this Notice, if you are
hearing or voice impaired, call
Florida Relay Service (800) 955-
8770.
DATED at Lake Butler, Florida,
REGINA H. PARRISH
As Clerk, Circuit Court
By: Julia Croft
As Deputy Clerk
SMITH, HIATT & DIAZ, P.A.
Attorneys for Plaintiff
2691 East Oakland Park Boulevard,
Suite303
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33306
2/3 2tchg. 2/10


There is no medicine like
hope, no incentive so great,
no tonic so powerful as
expectation of something
tomorrow.
-Orison S. Marden





LEGALS

IN THE CIRCUITCOURT OF THE
8TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR UNION
COUNTY
No. 63-2004-0057-CA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
Deutsche Bank National Trust
Company formerly known as
Bankers Trust Company of
California, N.A., a Trustee for Asset
Backed Securities Corporation Long
Beach Home Equity Loan Trust
2000-LB1,
PLAINTIFF.
vs.
Patricia A. Tyler, et al.,
DEFENDANTS;
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
SALE
Notice is hereby given that, pursuant
to that Final Judgment of Foreclosure
dated February 1,2005, and entered
in civil case number 63-2004-0057-
CA, of the Circuit Court of the 8th
Judicial Circuit in and for Union
County, Florida, wherein
DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL
TRUST COMPANY FORMERLY
KNOWN AS BANKERS TRUST
COMPANY OF CALIFORNIA, N.A.,
TRUSTEE FOR ASSET BACKED
SECURITIES CORPORATION
LONG BEACH HOME EQUITY
LOAN TRUST 2000-LB 1, is Fiaintiff
and Patricia A. Tyler; Transouth
Mortgage Corporation, is/are
Defendant(s), I will sell to the highest
and best bidder for cash at the Union
County Courthouse Lake Butler,
Florida, Union County, Florida, at
11:00 a.m. on the 10th day of March,
2005, the following described
property as set forth in said Final
Judgment, to wit
ONE (1) ACRE OF LAND IN THE
NW 1/4 OF SW 1/4 LYING EAST OF
THE EAST RIGHT OF WAY OF
STATE ROAD 229, IN SECTION 20,
TOWNSHIP 5 SOUTH, RANGE 21
EAST, UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA,
MORE PARTICULARLY
DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS:
COMMENCE AT THE
INTERSECTION OF SAID EAST
LINE OF THE NW 1/4 OF SW 1/4
WITH SAID EAST RIGHT OF WAY
LINE OF STATE ROAD NO. 229;
THENCE RUN N 33 DEGREES
43'19" W, ALONG SAID EAST
RIGHT OF WAY LINE, A
DISTANCE OF 550.29 FEET TO'
THE POINT OF BEGINNING OF
THE HEREINAFTER DESCRIBED
ONE (1) ACRE PARCEL OF LANDS
THENCE CONTINUE RUNNING-
33 DEGREES 43'19" W,
CONTINUING ALONG SAIDEATR
RIGHT- OF WA- LINE OF-STATE
ROAD NO. 229, A DISTANCE OF
236.04 FEET; THENCE RUN N 88
DEGREES 50'06" E A DISTANCE
OF 423.32 FEET TO SAID EAST
LINE OF THE NW 1/4 OF SOUTH
WEST 1/4, THENCE RUN SOUTH
01 DEGREES 09'02" E, ALONG
SAID EAST LINE OF THE NW 1/4
OF SW 1/4, A DISTANCE OF 9.77 -
FEET; THENCE RUN SOUTH 56
DEGREES 16'41 W A DISTANCE
OF 351.54 FEET TO THE POINT
OF BEGINNING; AND TOGETHER
WITH A MOBILE HOME VIN#1923A
AND VIN#1923B.
NOTE: Pursuant to the Fair Debt
Collection Practices Act you are
advised that this law firm is deemed
to be a debt collector attempting to
collect a debt and any information
obtained will be used for that purpose.
Dated the 2nd day of February, 2005.
REGINA PARRISH
Clerk of Circuit Court
By: Julia Croft
Deputy Clerk
CODIUS & STAWIARSKI, P.A.
4010 Boy Scout Boulevard, Suite 450
Tampa, FL 33607
Telephone: 813-877-6008
C&S #10-04-2111
2/102tchg.2/17-
PUBLIC NOTICE
Notice of Public Hearing. The Union
County Housing Partnership
Administrators will hold a public
hearing on February 14, 2004 at 9:30
a.m. to receive comment on the
Union County Housing Assistance
Plan for the State Housing Incentive
Partnership Plan for the years
S2005/2006, 2006/2007, 2007/2008.
The Public Hearing is being held at
Suwannee River Economic Council,
Inc. at 855 S.W. 6th Avenue in Lake
Butler. If special accommodations
are necessary, contact Frances
Terry at -386-362-4115 ext 222.
2/10 ltchg.


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'. Section B: Thursday, Feb. 10, 2005





News from Bradford County, UniQn County and the Lake Region area


Poss-ibe-leand use--stu-dy -d.raw-s'fire from KH citizen
-- reouire cn tie.,t n nr


government would pay the uses would be appropriate near interfere with communications camp s borders would mean ,..-.iqA c uni, ,
By MARCIA MILLER ferti~ining-75 percent. a military camp like Blanding. 'during Blanding training' more citizens would be with the land use study, it doe_
Telegraph Staff Writer The study would be aimed at For example, establishing too exercises. Heavy residential disturbed by artillery firing.
designating what kinds of land many cell phone towers could de elopment very close to the While the new legislation See LAND, p. *
A group of Keystone area
citizens asked Florida Rep. Joe .... '
Pickens aud Clay County
commissioners Christy ,- K
Fitzgerald and Glenn Lassiter
to listen to their concerns ,_
regarding a joint land use
study that may or may-ii6r- --...- THE CAN DO DEALER" m erCU y
accomplished for Camp -- ___
Blanding. 0
The three officials and staff
members met with citizens at A
Keystone City Hall Jan. 31.
Fitzgerald, the commissioner .
previously directly concerned .
with the issue, provided some "flf
preliminary information and
then left the meeting so that
the Sunshine Law would not W
be broken by her presence in
the meeting at the same time as
Lassiter.
Lassiter has cnov -- 2005 FORID 500 2004 MERCURY A4A
appointed as the commissioner .
directly concerned with the 45_ "NJ
possible land use study and he' _
entered the meeting after
Fitzgerald left. nMSRP $22,800 ,
A number of Keystone area
citizens seemed very
concerned about how the S
proposed land use studs will
ultimately affect their property. .
While initial discussions of
the stud. in December of 2003 .
had Blanding officials saying 1n gd6.
they would eventually like ar9 5 4 6
three-mile "'buffer" zone ... 294va
established around the military Stk#4229 2 Available!
reservation a zone in which
commercial, industrial and 2008 FORD MUSTANG 2004 FORD P-20 XLT
residential development would g
be limited the establishment
of such a zone is not currently TN Stk#4306
under discussion. STOCK
Recently passed legislation $ 3 0
that requires--the- county to
agree to a land use tuds, if it
is requested by Blanding,
prompted citizens to call the
meeting Jan. 31. As of that
date, however, no such stud..,
had. been .equsid. by
Blanding.
SAlthough Blanding officials Lh
in 2003 discussed the studs,' '
with officials from both Clay *Sale prices include all rebates retained by delete and required FMCQ, financing A .inctudps $~5400., Q dtorAo. w d t,. J, ",' o.' .
and Bradford counties, the
military reservation has never 0 0 .
officially requested the study,. 2003 ORD RANGER ED
said Lassiter. 20 FO DRIG SI2003 FOGRD TAIRIU
The legislation also puts a ,
non-%oting Camp Blanding
representative on the boards "
that hear requests for changes .,
to the Bradford and Clay land
use plans. -
The legislation does not A
address establishing any type .,:
of buffer zone around Camp
Blanding, said Phil Leary,
governmental affairs liaison
for the American Institute of Stk# 4357A61
Certified Planners. '
Pickens said he understood $14,995* or 6% for 60 mos. w.a.c. $9 995 6.5% wa.c for 60 mos.
the legislation grew out of a
desire by certain state officials
to limit development around E
bEglin and Tyndall Air Force
bases. Commercial and 1.7.
industrial development has .
Been occurring ,ery close--t.o__
the borders of those two bases. '
said Pickens M.. .
....i ,,, .'"..".--. ... .".
The fear appears to be that
such development will limit
the training activities that can
be carried out on those bases. LOADED, only 6k miles, Stk#1859A
making them less vital to the Stk#4228A
military and more likely 1 *
candidates for future closure. '_ v13 0 0
The legislation does apply to
every military base in Florida, or$29288/mo
ho%%ever. not just those two.
If a study is eventually For 60 mo. @8% w.a.c. COMPARED TO NEW!
requested by Blanding, Clay
and Bradford Aould be asked
to share 25 percent of the total
cost. The state and federal


Two die in fire ,,'.
in Lake Butler
To Lake Butler residents
lost their lives when the Only25,000miles, Stk#4348B O e P
mobile home they occupied Only 26,000 milesl, Stk # Pl863
Joyce Randall, 78. and Jerrod 1 44 9
Williams, 24. were unable to
escape from the home when a orS20997/mo* or*2554 m.**
fire broke out around noon. A '. *'Fr7mo@9%wac
preliminary investigation For 60 mo. @ 6"9 w.a.c. For 72 me. @ 6.9% w.a.c.
revealed the likely source of the ,p 'rat xt t1 g.ttlt e ,c b ..,
fire vwas a kerosene heater that Cou, cOUPON "' "" ""'" C """ N --
o .s too close to a combustible I Four-Wheel Alignment j Preferred Value Brakes I JMIotorcraft Oil & Filter Change I
The single-wide mobile I $ 5 9 Light" "-- Get the brakes engineeredli$1

E ihmer ainatgere lisaid Cars & Light Trucks 5 9 euna
1970s. Doug York of the Check and adjust camber and toe Prferred value pa'x or csn 0 ms Oo fees and diesel
Union County Office of Addlional parts and labor may be required trucS P~a~s or es n"y one aFsle Euclut U vehicles extra.
Emergent3 Manageme said on some senicles Taxes as tra machnnng 'oior crdrums Taiesexua


mobile homes built in that era SeSer.,l.:e, Asor for alaOls Offer rala wirll COupon Epires 03,31 Sun Sr Cr c,Ce Aor ifor aelails Offer valla win coup-cr Emorls 0l331. Sea Service Aaisor ior details through O/311
are more susceptible to fires
because of the materials they
were constructed from.
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Page 2B TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR--B-SECTION Feb. 10, 2005


Lawtey's Trail Ridge


Fest plans expanded


By MARCIA MILLER
Telegraph Staff Writer


ALes Becker of Lawtey will be leading a parade of Model As in Starke about 10 a.m.
Friday, Feb. 18. If the weather permits, he will be driving this 1930 Model A Station
/Vagon. This vehicle was commonly called a "woody" because of the wooden body.
This car has no side or back windows.



Model A Roundup to tour Starke

|The First Coast Region Model The group will tour the liked as long as it was black, th
,Club is sponsoring a Southeast Andrews Center and then visit Model A came in a variety c
lodel A Roundup Feb. 17-19., other spots in Starke. After colors.
Friday, Feb. 18, the group lunch, the antique cars will drive "Henry's lady" was not onl
v11 travel from Orange Park to north on Walnut Street on their new in appearance and perform
trke. way to the WWII Musebm at ance, the car was also new i
Depending on the weather, Camp Blanding. mechanical 'design: It incorpo
Iwtey resident Les Becker will The first Model A Ford was rated a radically different slidin
lid the tour in either his 1930 built by Henry Ford on Oct. 20, gear transmission, shoc
N1odel A station wagon or his 1927. In order to develop the absorbers, twice the horsepowe
1 30 Tudor Model A. The sta- Model A, Ford stopped produc- and four wheel brakes. Toda
t n wagon has no side or back ing Model Ts, closing his facto- the Model A is one of the auto
windows and was commonly ries for seven months in order to mobiles mbst.heavily sought fo
k awn-as a "woody" because the develop his new car. This halt restoration.
s es and back of the body are translated into a huge loss for the
e of wood. Becker is the Ford Company even though The public was given its firs
ve president of the First Coast there was a mammoth demand viewing of the long. awaited
lJgion Model A Club. ...._ forthe.Model A. Model A Ford on Dec. 2, 1927
jUpon arriving in Starke Ford was convinced to try The last Model A rolled off the
aibund 10 a.m., the cars will adding a little style and comfort line on April 30, 1932, when the
gather along Call Street east of to the Model A, differing a great Model B was announced. 'B
hospital and then parade past deal from the utilitarian Model that time 4.8 million (4,849,340
iindsor Manor. The parade will T, or "tin lizzy." The Model A Model As had been manufac
c ntinue around Southside was designed for beauty, speed, tured. In 1930, the first year o
mentary School, turn west on quiet, comfort,' safely, economy the Great Depression, the Ford
S -100, take Water Street to and stamina at a low affordable Company sold 42.5 percent o
11 Street and proceed west on price. The 1928 Model A sold all cars and trucks made in the
11 Street to Walnut Street and for between $385 and $570 United States. The Model A was
p k in the Santa Fe Community depending on body style. Unlike so popular that there was even
SIlege Andrews Center parking the Model T. of which Ford said movement in America to maki
1 you could get, any color you-Henry Ford president.


valentine's
with lust
When Santa Fe Community
college's 9th Annual
oankespeare Festival kicks off
on Valentine's Da, Monday,
Ib. 14. Shakespeare won't be
love, as much as in lust.
"Shakespeare in Lust" is this
ar's festival theme, and'
spires a variety of
rformances dealing. with,
iguably, the most prevalent
dd problematic of the Seven
badly Sins.
| Festival performances begin
It noon Monday, Feb. 14 in
4ie Oak Grove on SFCC's
northwest Gainesyille Campus
Ind continue' at various
I cations and times throughout
S e week.
:The festival climaxes with a
ai ainstage performance at 8
I.m. Saturday, Feb. 19 in the
1-Building Auditorium on the
Northwest Campus. All
Performances and shows are
ee and open to the public.
"Lust is but a bloody 'fire"
(d'The Merry Wives of
,'indsor," Act 5, Scene 5) is
Liis year's festival quote.
Actors from SFCC and the
community will select the.hot
)ots from Shakespeare's plays
tat illustrate amorous
rsuits, including scenes from
"H-amlet," "The Taming of the
Shrew," "The Merry Wives of
eindsor," "Richard III" and
"ericles, Prince of Tyre."
saturday's finale will,
compass all scenes that were'
resented during the week..
As in years past, former
peC'student Nolan .Carey-
will portray Shakespeare and
s rve as the Master of
ceremonies for events.
SFCC English professor and
fsti al director Rod Woehler .
slid the performances should
nt be missed.
"This year's theme and the
f ct that several members of
tle faculty will be acting in
t0 se lusty scenes makes for a
vi ry interesting combination,"
Soehler said. "People have to
s( e this."
Nine years ago, retired
E iglish Professor Mary Ann
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S akespeare Festival as a
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5, and organizers-'are still
looking for vendors 'and other
participants.
The festival runs :from 9 a.m.
to 6 p.m. Saturday and from 1 1
a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday.
The festival is a part of the
Yulee Railroad Days
celebration, which was named
in honor of David Yulee.
Yulee. built a rail line from
Fernandina to Cedar Key-
passing through Lawtey,
Starke, Waldo and other North
Florida cities on the way -
and sparked growth in this
area.
Last year, a drive began to
expand a celebration in Archer
to encompass all the cities on
the path of the Yulee rail line,
called the Florida Railroad.
The city of Lawtey joined in
the celebration last year and
Lawtey Mayor Jimmie Scott
said festival organizers are
hard at work on plans for a


Youth rally
concert set
for Feb. 12
A community youth rally and
concert will be held Sat., Feb.
12, at the Bradford High School
Auditorium.
'Half-Past Forever" is
sponsored by the youth at First
United 'Methodist Church.
The five-piece band, fronted
by two award-winning song
writers, combine talents to
produce ,an edgy, passionate,


celebration for 2005.. for $5 each as a fundraiser for
The festival will be centered the fire department. i
on Park Street in Lawtey (turn Lots of other food will be
west at the traffic light) just off available and a car show is
US-301. -Arts and' crafts also being planned for this
-yendors are being recruited for year's festival.
the festival now. For an ..-
*application, contact Scott. at On Sunday, June 4, Scott
904-782-3477 or call city hall said the day will begin with an
at 904-782-3454, 11 a.m. community-wide
Booths for crafts or artists church service at the pavilion
cost a total of $64.20. Food in the park. The festival itself
vendors will pay a total of will open at noon that day with
$133.75. Make checks payable a return appearance by Steel
to the Lawtey Trail Ridge Country.
Festival. There will be no The Lawtey festival will be
refunds for cancellations, tied into the other festivals
Booths measure 10'-by-10'. being planned in Archer and
Electricity and water are not other cities by a 155-mile bike
provided. Quiet generators are ride. Lawtey will be one stop
allowed, on that trek.
The festival will begin at 9
a.m. on Saturday, June 3, and For more information on the
the Lawtey Volunteer Fire overall celebration that will
Department will sponsor a encompass several cities along
chicken and rice cook-off and- the route, v i s i t
a dessert bake-off at 9:30 a.m. www.yuleerailroaddays.org.
A pageant in which Trail -For information on the
Ridge royalty will be crowned Lawtey Trail Ridge Festival,
will occur at 10 a.m. call Scott at 904-782-3477 or
Steel Country will perform Lawtey City Hall at 904-782-
on stage at noon and the 3454. You can also reach Scott
chicken and rice from the via e-mail at
contest will be sold for lunches jlscott@atlaritic.net.


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member and vice-president of
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LAND
Continued from p. 1B
not require counties to
implement any stud)-
recommended changes to their
land use plans. Any such
changes would be the decision
of ,the respective county
commissions (N ith approval
by the Department of
Community Affairs).
Comments at the citizens'
meeting seemed to indicate
local residents are not so much
worried about the studs itself
they are worriedd about
changes that might be made to
the land use plans as a result of
the study.
Judge William Wilkes'
indicated he felt the study was'
a preliminary- action to
Blanding's acquiring more
land from area landowners.
While Blanding has no
imminent domain powers.
Wilkes said changes to the
, land use plan prompted by
Blanding could limit the future
uses of the surrounding land.
"Our future grandchildren ma.
.t,',,4.' qe- i. s Tg"A.. ,' "Tfor
something other than
agriculture." Wilkes said.
"What if Blanding says the\
can't do it?" (Use the land in a
wa\ that is contrary to the
recommendations in the
study.)
In an earlier meeting.
officials said any future land
acquisition for Blanding would
occur only if a landowner is
willing to sell. Some of the
citizens pointed out that if the
permitted uses of the land
around the base are limited.
landowners might have little
choice but to sell.
Pickens said there is already
legislation in place that
prohibits the government from
using land use or zoning
changes to render property less
valuable or unusable to the
owners.
Some confusion for the
citizens seemed to stem from a
recent purchase of land by the
state in the vicinitN of
Blanding. The land is intended
for use as a nature reserve and
is not actually part of Camp


Blanding property, said
officials.
Sandy McArthur said he was
generally very pro-Guard. "We
ha'e never relied on ihe
National Guard so heavily as
we do today," he said.
However. McArthur said
since DCA approves or
disapproves changes any
county makes to its land use
plan, he feared this signalled
an increased state control over
the uses that would be allowed
on his property.
"I want my children, 25
years from now to get the
highest and best use out of our
property.," he said.
Bill Agricola said he is
concerned that there is
"..another agenda" in the
background. He said he thinks
this could be a move by the
Department of Environmental
Protection to limit the use of
land around Blanding so DEP
can purchase conservation


lands for less money.
"1 suggest you take DCA
(and DEP) out of the picture
and let this (study) be a Camp
Blandming-Clay County (and
Bradford County) issue," said
-Agricola. He said he would be
more comfortable knowing the
local officials had more full
control over the issue.
Leary said he didn't believe
there was any type of hidden
agenda. In fact, he said, the
study could lead to additional
protection for the landowners
as well.
He said the state has been
trying to create a wildlife
corridor for years and the
recent land acquisition is part
of that initiative. It has nothing
to'do with the proposed land
use study, other than the fact
that it happens to be located
near Camp Blanding, Leary'
said.
John Valldejuli said he
feared the state intended to


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"down-zone" his land to the
point where it is worth nothing
more than use as a buffer.
"We're all worried about our
property rights," he said. "I
suggest the county commission
say 'no' to any change that
benefits one landowner over
another."
Pickens reiterated that there
are state laws in place that
protect landowners from
attempts to make their property
less valuable through zoning or
land use regulations.,
, Before she left, Fitzgerald
acknowledged that many area
residents were upset that the
initial meetings in which
Blanding outlined its hopes for
a study. and possibly for a
buffer zone, were not
announced so that the public
could attend although the
media was present.
"I know you feel it was
unfair for them to spring this
on you. The initial 'meetings
between Blanding and the
chamber were kind of behind
the scenes but we're
(counties, chambers, Blanding)
all working together now with
the citizens," said Fitzgerald.
Pickens said he would do
further research and find out
all he could about the recent
legislation. the proposed land
use studs and how it would
affect the property owners
around Camp Blanding and
then get back with Clay and
Bradford commissioners and
local property owners.
"I have to study this. but
you're preaching to the choir,"
said Pickens to property
owners who were asking for
diligence in protecting
property rights. He said every
Republican member of the
House would be in fa\or of
protecting property rights.
"I don't think there is a
hidden agenda here," said
Pickens.
Jennings Murrhee asked that
landowners in a. three-mile
radius of Blanding be notified
about any future meetings
where the issue would be


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discussed. Lassiter said that
was the Clay County
Commission's intention.
Bradford Commissioner John
Wa)ne Herses said he felt his
board would d be more than
willing to make sure
landowners are notified.
Pickens said residents could
call his Palatka office and
voice their opinions on the
issue. That number is 386-312-
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sponsoring a golf tournament Friday, March 25, at the Keystone Heights Golf and
Country Club. A full slate of golfers have already signed up for the tournament,
but the organizations are still seeking corporate sponsors. Jones Funeral Home
of Starke and Keystone Heights have signed on as one of the major corporate
sponsors. Owners Steve and Cindy Futch (center) presented a check Feb. 1 to
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Pedestrian
killed at CR-18
on US-301
A 49-year-old man was killed
Feb. 5 when he was struck by a
vehicle as he attempted to cross
US-301 at CR-18.
Marvin Warmus, whose
hometown is unknown, was
dead at the scene, according to
-Florida Highway Patrol'
Trooper W. G. Smith: Warmus
walked into the path 'of the
southbound 2000 Chevrolet
pickup and was struck. The
crash occurred at 9:21 p.m.
Warmus was transported by
Archie Tanner Funeral Home to
Gainesville to the Medical
Examiner's Officer. The death
may be alcohol related, Trooper
.Smith said.
The passenger in the pickup,
Rebecca Denson, 16, of
Earleton, was transported to
Shands at Starke where she was
treated, and released, Trooper
Smith said. The driver of the
pickup, Daniel Mattox, 21, of
Lake Butler: suffered possible'
injuries. Both were wearing
seatbelts.
Damage to the vehicle was
$3,000.

Keystone
man charged,
with battery
A 22-year-old Keystone
Heights man was arrested Feb..
5 for aggravated battery..
Redus Simaul Parks HI was.
- charged- with-: threateninff~th--i
victim and witnesses while
shaking a metal flashlight,
according to Clay Deputy
Nathan W. Smith. When a
witness attempted to get the
flashlight Parks threatened'
them again and he and the
victim began to fight. Parks
struck the victim in -the head an
unknown number of times,
Deputy Smith said. Both Parks
and the victim were intoxicated
during the incident which
occurred just after midnight at
Fun IHouse Billiards on SR-21.
The victim had a laceration
over his eye, Deputy Smith
said.

Receht
arrests
in Bradford,
Clay or Union
Individuals arrested recentih
by local law enforcement
officers in Bradford, Clay
(Keystone Heights area) or
Union County include the
Following:
Clayton Oral Harris, 27, of
Jacksonville was arrested Feb.
6 by Bradford Sgt. Ray White
for possession of cannabis.
possession of controlled
substance and possession of.
lrug paraphernalia. Harris'
vehicle was stopped for a traffic
infraction. While talking to
him- the deputy detected --a
strong odor of marijuana.
During the search a bag of.
marijuana, "roaches", 12 partial
GGZ49 bars (generic for
IXanex) and rolling papers were
found, Sgt. White said.
Ronnie Jackson Dyal, 55, of
I Lake Butler was arrested Feb. 7
5 by Union Deputy Terry
Cranford for burglar)' and petit
Theft. Dyal is charged with
removing a license tag from a
vehicle that was parked in front


of the owner's residence in
Lake Butler. The tag was
recovered in Folston, Ga. on a
vehicle belonging to Dyal,
Deputy Cranford said. Bond
was set at $10,000.
Paul Paulk, 20, of Lake
Geneva was arrested Jan. 31 by
Starke Officer Matthew Watson
for retail theft. Paulk is charged
with failing to pay $37 for
gasoline. He drove from the
station after pumping the
gasoline, but his vehicle was
located at the Bradford County
Courthouse and he was
questioned. Paulk stated he did
not have enough money to pay
for the gas but, $180 was found
in his possession. A $500
surety bond was posted for his
release from custody.
Russell Beck, 25, of Starke
was arrested Feb. 1 by Starke
Officer Paul King for battery
domestic violence and criminal
mischief. Beck is charged with
grabbing the victim and
pushing her. After throwing
objects around inside the
residence, he left. He jumped
on the hood of, a vehicle and
smashed the windshieldd. Beck
appeared to be under the
influence of an alcoholic,
-,beverage at the time of the
incident. Officer King said. A
$5,000 surety bond ':as posted
for his'release.
Monte Austin, 18, of Lawtey
was arrested Feb. 5 by Starke
Sgt. Richard Crews for_
domestic battery --Austin its
charged with rolling the
victim's fingers up in a
window and hitting them, Sgt.
Cre%\s said. His vehicle's tire
ran o\er'the victim's foot as he
as leaving, Sgt. Crews said.
Austin was later located at his
residence and arrested. A
$10,000 sure) bond was
posted for his release from
custody._
Meri Ann Sova,' 24, and
Charles Graham Sova, 60, both
of Starke, were arrested Feb. 3
by Bradford Deputy Robert
Lyons. Charles Sova. reported'
his. vehicle stolen Jan. 20 and
named Meri Ann Sosa as the
suspect. She, was: located and
arrested -for grand theft auto,
Deputy Lyons said. During her
....ith..ihe officer and refused to.
stop and leave the area. He was
charged within opposing an'
officer resisting without
violence. He was released after
a $1,000 surety bond was


posted. Meri Sova remains
custody with bond set
$5,000.


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David Scott Magruder, 21, of
Melrose was arrested Feb. 4 by
Sgt. Crews for possession of
cannabis and drug
paraphernalia. A $2,000 surety
bond was posted for his release
from custody.
Justin Clayton Todd, 28, of
Lake Butler was arrested Feb. 2
by Deputy Cranford for
aggravated battery and criminal
mischief. During a physical
confrontation Feb. 1 Todd is
charged with biting the victim,
twisting her toes and hitting
her in the mouth. Following
the incident Todd left the
residence and kicked, the front-
fender of a vehicle, causing a
dent, Deputy Cranford said.
Todd turned himself in at the
jail Feb. 2 and was arrested.
Alan Lloyd ;s, 55,. of
Middleburg was a ested Feb. 5
by Sgt. Crews for possession
of cocaine and cannabis,-
prescription medication without
prescription and possession of
drug parpahernalia. Bond was
set at $20,000.
Lloid Mitch' Williams. 5-4.
of Lake Butler %as arrested
Feb. 6 "by, Union Deputi
Donnie Jones for disorderly
intoxication. Williams was
'unable to identify himself when.
questioned 'by deputies at a
local convenience store. He was
extremely intoxicated and was
placed in custody for his safety
and the safety of others. Deputy,
Jones said.
Paul J. Waters, 26, of
Jacksonville was arrested Feb.
7 by Officer King on a warrant
from Seminole County for
failure to appear resistingiarrest
without violence. During the
warrant arrest the officer -found
a baggie of cocaine in Waters'
motel room. He was
additionally charged with
possession. of cocaine. Bond
was set 'at $ 1,000 on the
warrant charge.
Richard Perry, 22, of Starke
was arrestedFeb. 1 by BradfOrd
Sgt. Danny Wolfe for violation
of..,,...pr.batiin ,sal "and
possession of cocaine.
Christopher Brander, 20, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Feb.. 7 by Clay deputies on a
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Patricia Woodard, 31, of
Lake Butler was arrested Feb. 7
by parole officers for violation
of community control grand
theft motor vehicle (three
counts).
Regina Denise Bass, 41, of
Lake Butler was arrested Feb. 7
by Union Sgt. Raymond
Shuford for violation of
probation with no bond.
Horace Joseph Jenkins Jr.,
36, of Lake Butler was arrested
Feb. 6 by Union Deputy Willie
Lee for failure to pay child
support from Columbia
County. Bond was set at
$5,000.
Kenny Goodwin, 45, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Feb. 1 by Bradford Deputy
J.W. Bridges on a warrant for
failure to appear violation of
probation worthless. check.
Bond was set at $4,000.
Ulysees. Hill, 37 of Lake
Butler was arrested Feb. 1 by
Sgt. -Shuford on a warrant for
failure to appear (three counts).
Total bond was set at.$13,000(.
Donald Johnson, 37, of Lake
Butler was arrested Feb. 2 by
Starke Officer Jason Crosby on
a warrant from Alachua Couni\
for violation of probation sale
of cocaine. He was transported
to Alachua.
Regina Denise Bass, 41, of
'Lake Butler was arrested Feb. 7
by Sgt. Shuford on a warrant
for violation of probation with
no bond.
Tuindra Octovia Wanton, 19,
of Melrose was arrested Feb. 5
by Starke Officer Danny Brown
for failure to appear petit theft.
A $2,000 surety bond. was
posted for her release from
custody.

Capress Ross; 41, of Starke
was arrested Feb. 5 by Starke
Officer Keith Parker for failure
to appear worthless checks. He
was released after a $2,503
surety bond was posted.
Samantha Bennett, 32, of
Jacksonville was arrested Feb.
7- by Officer King-on aclay
ard t


Traffic
Steven Webb, 40, of Athens,
Ga. was arrested Feb. 5 by
Starke Officer Michelle Tarrant
for driving under the influence
(DUI). Police were notified of a
drunken driver leaving a local
motel.. The vehicle was seen
travelling in the wrong lane on
US-301, Officer Tarrant said.
When the vehicle turned onto
SR- 16 and stopped, the officer.
questioned the driver, who
smelled strongly of alcohol. A
bottle of vodka was found in
the vehicle. Webb failed testing
and was placed under arrest. His
blood-alcohol level was .25
percent, Officer Tarrant said. A
$3,000 surety bond was posted
Feb. 6 for his release from
custody.
Michael James Massey, 22,
of Starke was arrested Feb. 5
by Officer Parker for driving
while license suspended or
revoked (DWLS) and
possession of cannabis. He was
released after a $2,000 surety
bond was posted.


Joseph JohnAndrew Chiocca,
23, of Ponte Vedra Beach was
arrested Feb. 3 by Starke
Officer Stephen Murphy for
DWLS. A $500 surety bond.
was posted for his release from
custody.
Ronald Newman, 18,. of
Starke was arrested Feb. 4 by
Starke Officer Mark Lowery for
no valid driver's license second
offense. A $2,500 surety bond
was posted for his release.
George Robert Jackson, 25,
of Maeclenny was arrested Feb.
4 by Lawtey Officer J.W.
Padgett for DWLS. He was
released after a $500 surety
bond was posted.
Rolanda Dewayne Lennon,
28, of Starke was arrested Feb.
2 by Starke Officer J.W.
Hooper for DWLS.
Eric Manning, 39, of
Middleburg was arrested Feb. 1
by Bradford Sgt. Ray White for
violation of probation felony
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FROM THE COURTHOUSE


SJanuary
circuit
court finals
Appearing before Circuit
Judge David A. Giant in
Bradford Court Jan. 25, the
following defendants received
final disposition in their cases:
S Richard Wayne Mikell
admitted vic action of probation
grand theft; -obation revoked,
one year one ..ay Department of
Corrections (DOC) with 38
days crec it for time served.
Jennif Lynn Curtis
admitted violation of
community control child abuse;
.community control revoked, 18
months county jail with 76
days credit.
.Keith Perry pled no contest
to burglary of structure (lesser
included offense); five years
DIOC with 258 days credit.
Lynn Lydell Glover pled no
contest fleeing and attempting
to elude and felony driving
while license suspended or
revoked (DWLS) habitual
offender revocation; 180 days
county jail with 14 days credit.
Alton James Boles admitted
violation of probation
possession of more than 20
grams of cannabis; 10 days
county jail, $100 to DOC
probation.
Patti Sue Williams admitted
violation of probation grand
theft and false verification of
ownership to pawn shop; 240
days county jail with 66 days
credit
Archie Eznack pled no
contest grand theft auto,
burglary of structure and grand
theft: 22 days county jail with
22 days credit, court costs
reduced to civil judgr.ent
3r; a Archer pled no contest
sale and possession of a
controlled substance; $396
court costs, investigative costs
5417.
J.oseph Brian Kelle% pled no
c.ntse.c bioglary oi conveyance
(six counts.l: two years drug
offender probation, one year
probation. $70 restitution.
$396 tourt costs.
Jerry Ray Cornwall Jr.
admitted uolation of probation
illegal killing, possession or
capture of alligator, burglary of
structure, grand theft (three
-counts;: 18 months DOC v'.ith
179 days credit. res'itluibn"
reduced to civil judgment.
Christopher Gibbs pled no
contest possession of cocaine,
cannabis. controlled substance
(lesser included offense): 12
months county jail, $417
-restitution.
Horace E. Jenkins found
guilty trafficking in cocaine;
two years probation, $306
court costs.
Dallas Brown pled no contest
DWLS, possession of
cannabis: three years probation,
$396 court costs.
Arthur L. DeSue pled no
contest grand theft: two years
probation, $396 court costs.
$2.100 restitution to victim.
Jacob Sylvester Henderson
pled no contest felony DWLS
habitual offender revocation:
rt'o years probation. $396
court costs.
Scott A. Suits pled no
contest grand theft; two years
probation. $396 court costs,.
$6.500 restitution.
Vance N. Stevenson found in
violation of probation grand '
theft; 30 days county jail.
$1.592 restitution reduced to
civil judgment.


Trial status conference
Shane Dale Brown pled no
I


contest carjacking, grand theft
auto and battery; five yeafs
DOC with 332 days credit,
$392 court costs.
Alejanro R. Fowler pled no
contest attempted first degree
murder and attempted armed
robbery; 20 years DOC with
691 days credit to run
concurrent with any sentence
now serving.
Teresa Goolsby pled no
contest dealing in stolen
property (eight counts); four
years probation, restitution, no
contact with victim.

County court
finals in
Bradford
Appearing before Judge
Johnny Hobbs in Bradford
traffic misdemeanor court Jan.
25 for arraignment the
following defendants received
-final disposition in their cases:

Micah R. Bowden pled no
contest driving while license
suspended or revoked (DWLS);'
six months probation, obtain
valid license, $171.25 court
costs.
Jason Edward Chadwick pled
guilty attaching tag not
assigned, DWLS; six months
probation, obtain valid license,
fined $197.50.
Rickey E. Gaihey found
guilty issuing ,orthles. check.
12 months -probatkh..n $171 .25
court costs, pay restitution,
$80 to the state.
' Melissa A. Antolik pled no
contest issuing worthless.
checks; 12 months probation,
$81.02 and 5,60.95 restitution,
$197.50 fine.
Carlos Joe Hernandez pled.
guilty DWLS and attaching tag
not jasinned: six, months
probation, obtain valid license
and registration, $197.50 fine.
Lorraine P. Johnson pled
guilty issuing worthless
checks; 12 months probation,
fined $197.50, restitution
S142 32 and $135.
Pretrial conference
Michele M. Zerla pled no
contest driving under the


influence (DUI); 12 months
probation, fined $1,345, license
suspended six months, DUI
school, drug and alcohol
evaluation, two years Ignition
Interlock, urine, blood, breath
testing, 60 days county jail
with two days credit,
Jeffrey Paul Gaudette pled no
contest possession of
paraphernalia for storage; A12
months probation, drug and
alcohol evaluation, 50 hours
community service, $297:50
fine and court costs.

Jan. 4
Landon Gray Casonpled no
contest DWLS; 12 months Tri
County Probation, obtain valid
license,. fine and court costs
$205. .
Ronda. Yvette McGrew pled
no contest failure to return
leased property; $1 20
restitution to Magic Reels,
$297.50 fine and court costs,,
Ronald Eugene Newman Jr.
pled no contest DULI: 12
months Tri County Probation,
license suspended si\ months,
DUI school, drug and alcohol
evaluation, 20 days county jail,
$557,50 fine and court cots,
50 hours cbmmunitN service
work.
Christopher Thomas pled no
contest DWLS; fined $205,
obtain valid license. 12 months
Tri County Probation. .
Matthew Kevin Thornlon
pled no contest disorderly
-conduct; fined $197.50.
Jeremiah Williams pled-,no
contest possession of less than,
.20. grams of cannabis; 12
months Tri County Probation.
drug and alcohol evaluation. 20
days county jail, fined $205
Pat Devito pled guilty
issuing worthless check;
$171.25 fine. $280 to cits. 130
to state attorney.
Bruce Williams: pled no
contest issuing worthless
check; $171.25 fine; $263.53 .
to Clhde's Tires.
. Joshua Bryan Coffman pled
no contest possession of
cannabis, drug paraphernalia;
50 hours community service
work, 12 months probation,
drug and alcohol evaluation,


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S197 50 Fine and court costs.
Kelli Hatcher pled no contest
disorder) conduct, $171.25
fine and court costs.
Julius Irving Johnson pled
guilty DWLS; six months Tri
County Probation, obtain
valid license, $171.25 fine and
court costs.
Chasity N. Jones pled guilty
issuing worthless check: 12
months probation, $171.25
fine and court costs, restitution
$30, $93.43 to Winn Dixie,
$30 state attorney fee.
Rebekah Nicole King pled no
contest DWLS; $171.25 fine
'and court costs, six months
probation, obtain valid license.
Seaborn Chadwick O'Quinn,
pled no contest possession of
drug paraphernalia; 50 hours
community service work, 12
months probation, drug and
alcohol evaluation, $247.50
fine and court costs.
Harvey Sessions pled no
contest possession of cannabis,.
'drug paraphernalia; 12 months
probation, drug and alcohol
evaluation, 50 hours
community -service work,
$247.50 fine and court costs.
Virginia Taylor pled' no
contest petit theft; six months
probation, $196.25 fine and
court costs.
Jessie N. Tinsley pled guilty
issuing' worthless check; 12
months probation, worthless
check course,.$25 state attorney
fee, $247.50 fine and court
costs.
Vashawn Tyson pled .guilty
petit theft; six months
probation, $296.25 fine arid
court costs.
Thomas. Clifford Wescott
pled no contest possession of
cannabis; 50 hours community
service work, 12 months
probation, drug and alcohol
evaluation, $247.50 fine and
court costs.
,David Fredrick Winkles pled
no ,contest issuing worthless
check; worthless check course,
$447.83 restitution, $196.25
fine and court costs.


Jan. 11
Johnnie D, Bellflower pled
no contest assault; 18 days
county jail with 18 days credit,
no contact with victim, six
months probation, $557 fine
and court costs.'
SHarold Eugene Boggs pled
guilty DUI; one year Interlock.
12 months probation,. license
suspended five .years, attend
. Advanced DUI school, 30 days
count) jail, $200 restitutnon.
S i l i. .. I .


urine, blood, breath testing.
$820 fine and court costs_
Jon Booth pled no contest
possession of cannabis; no
contact with victim, $297.50
fine and court costs.
Bruce Bernard Donley pled no
contest fleeing and attempting
to elude; 12 months probation,
. attend defensive driving school,
$297.50 fine and court costs.
Valerie Denise Kates pled no
contest violation of driver's
license restrictions; $197.50
fine and court costs.
Michael Robert LaRue pled
no contest possession of drug
paraphernalia; 12 months
probation, drug and alcohol
evaluation, 50 hours
community service work,
$197.50 fine and court costs. -
Alvin Bernard Tisdale pled no
contest violation of driver's
license restrictions; $197.50
fine and court costs.

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arrests
in Bradford,
Clay or Union
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for DWLS. A $5.000 sureti
bond was posted f.i his release
from custody.
Stephen Howe of Starke was
arrested Jan. 31 by Officer King
for DWLS. He was released
from custody after .a $500
surety bond was posted.
Kirwin Houseman, 49, of
Brooker was arrested Feb. I by
Bradford Deputy D.E. Cannon
for violation of probation DUI
and manufacturing cannabis. He
was released 'on his own
recognizance by Judge David
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Howard Johnson, 39, of
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Starke Sgt. Kevin Mueller for
violation of probation DWLS
and possession of controlled
substance.
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Auxiliary serves up bucks for hospital equipment


.By CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Wriler

They greet people who enter
the hospital and theytlend their
assistance wherever they can,
whether it's sorting linens or
running the cash register in the
cafeteria.
Members. of .the Shands at
StatKe Auxiliary do more than
volt. teer work at the hospital,
howt ver. .They- also, raise
money for the hospital and their
recent efforts resulted in a
Z20,000 donation that was used
to purchase, equipment for
various departments. .
"That's their mission, to help
us here at the hosptial." said;
Jeanne Baker, Shands at Starke
administrator "One of their
missions, in fundraising. is thati
all of their dollars go back to
-buN something."
Some of the money was used
to purchase such nenis as an
ultrasound transducer, a crvo
gun (used to freeze warts and
lesions, for example) for
Shands Medical Group and a
fiberoptic scope for the
emergency room which was
requested by Dr. Pete Gianis.
"He was excited about that,"
Baker said, "because that's
about a $5,000 piece of
equipment."
Slideboards, which help
nurses mo\e patients, were also


TV viewers
cautioned
about
electrical
safety
The Cit) of Starke is urging
viewers of NBC's "Fear Factor'
to respect the serious
consequences thai could result
from mishandling electrical
current.
In the show airing this week.
a stunt takes place with a
utility substation in the
background, and shows-
contestants receiving electric
shocks.
, The Electric.al Safety
Foundation International
(ESFI) cautions that it does not
take the thousands of \olts
present in transmission lines
and utility equipment to result
in death. In the real world.


purchased,' as was Advanced
Cardiac Life Support and
Pediatric Advanced Life
Support training equipment
Then there were the items
you may not necessarily think
about when it comes to a
hospital's needs, but items it
uses just the same.
"One of the things that we
forever need around here
because we wear them. out are
fax machines," Baker said. Two
fax machines were bought for
the operating room and Shands
Medical .Group.
Another piece of equipment
the hospital wears out is a food
processor. Baker said the
hospital prepares 50,000 meals
each year, so a new -food
processor was purchased for the
food service department, as was
a microwave oven for the.
employees.
$Shands Medical Group, '% ith
part of the donation, also
bought televisions for its lobby,
and had 19 prints in patient
exam rooms framed. The prints
were donated by the University
of Florida v.,hen Shands
Medical. Group opened.
Baker said a paper
s,,hredder-another item that
sees a lot of wear and tear-% as
also purchased
"The Ai\,iliar', volunteerss
actually do a lot of our
shreddinig," Baker said.- "It "as
one of the Auxiliary members


electricity is a uniquely
unforgiving force that can be
fatal at esen "low levels" of
current. Indeed, a fraction of an
amp can stop the. heart. The
U.S. Consumer Product Safeit
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stunt wouldn't show prowess
or toughness, but an incredible


themselves who said, 'Oh, let's
buy them a shredder.'"
Linda Johns, president of the
Shands at Starke Auxiliary, said
the group raises money several
ways. The Auxiliary operates a
gift shop at the hospital and
holds several sales throughout
the year in the Shands at Sta-ke
atrium. The Auxiliary a'so
operates the concessions booth
in the main building at the
Bradford County Fair each
year.
There are approximately. 75
members of .. the
Auxiliary-almost half of
which are "sustaining"
members, Johns said. Those
members do things to help
benefit the hospital even though
they.do not actiull work at the
hospital itself.
he rest of the members.
including Johns, volunteer at
the hospital in .arious
capNcities.
"It is a wonderful feeljig Jor
me," Johns said. "I have done it
for about 38 years." -)
Baker said Auxiliar',,
members put in appro\imatel\
22,000 hours of volunteerer work
'each year. 'Whether it's'helping
to get ice and iate r fr paiient:.
or assisting in medical record-,
the Au0iliary members have
been a big help.
"If I was putting people in
'those positions, it ",would be ,ell
o'er $200,000 11 year in
-salaries." Baker said. ; :-.


amount of luck."
For additional electrical
safety information, v'sit the
ESFI web site at.
vwww.electrical-saftet. org or
call 703-841-3229


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Starke Administrator Jeanne Baker (background, left) and Linda Johns, Shands at
Starke Auxiliary president, are pictured with the hospital's ultrasound transducer.
Thanks to a $20,000 donation by the Auxiliary, the.hospital was able to buy some
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OBITUARIES: ..


CW2 Charles S. Jones


Charles Jones
FT. HOOD CW2 Charles S.
Jones. 34, of Ft. Hood, Texas,
formerly of 1 Lawtey and W.
Helena, Ark., died Friday, Jan.
.28, 20,Ci in Iraq h.%.hen his OH-
158D -,elicopier .veri down in
support of ground troop
operations.
CW2 Jones is survived by: his
wife of 16 years ..Deborah Harris
Jones of Helena; three daughters,
Jessica Michelle Jones, Cheryl
Lynn Jones and Tricia Nicole
Jones, all of Helena; a son
Charles Christopher Jones of
Helena.
g Services with Full Military
Honors for CW2 Jones were held
-on Feb. 7, 2005 at Memphis'
*"'Funeral Home on Germantown
Rd in Bartlett, Tenn.
Memorial contributions may
;be made to the Heart 0' Texas
'Federal Credit Lnion in Killeen,
Texas to the account of The,
Jones Children Trust Fund.


Thomas Balkcom
STARKE Thomas Norwood
Balkcom Jr., 90, of Starke died
Monday, Feb. 7, 2005, at his
residence following an extended
illnessI
Born in Georgetown, Ga. on
April 1, 1914, Mr. Balkcom
Smoked to Starke in 1983 from
Jacksonville. He was a World
Wa\r II veterann of the U.S. Army
:-and 'A as a retired service station -
['attendant He was of the Baptist
faith
Mr. Balkcom.is survived by:
his wife of 49 years-'Mable
"Carter" Balkcom of Starke; a
-daughter Patricia A. Schweitzer
of Raleigh. N.C.; a step-daughter
-f~a Buss l,.sf,\Va\.cr>Ai.i,Ga..,
"%v sons, Thomas..N Balk-orm.,.
IIl of Ailarna and Warren S.
.'Balkcom of Washington, D.C.;
'-three step-sons,.John Kelley of'
Darien. Ga., Jim Kelley of
'Orange Park and Jack Kelle. of,
.-Jacksonville; two-sisters, Annie
-L Bailek of Macon. Ga and
NbMa'me Lilsey of Augusta, Ga..
,:10 grandchildren, eight great-
Egrandchildren and one great-
great-grandchild.
A memorial ser\ ice for Mr
SBalkcom will be held at II a.m.
"'on Saturday, Feb. 12. 2005, in
-Baless Hwy. Baptist Church
with Pastor Leaton Morgan
conducting the ser, ices.
Interment will be at a later date
urunder the care of Jones Funeral
Home of Starke

Theodore Beam
SKIO\A. COLORADO
-Theodore Eugene "Ted" Beam
.died Friday. Jan 21--2005
5 Born in Coeburn, Va on '
7March 24. 1922, the son of
C. rus Ellsworth and Mary Lillian
. Watson Beam. Mr. Beam moved
-wiih his family to Bradford
SCountN in the 1940s and
graduatedd from Bradford High
School in 1942. He served in the
SUnited States Army Air Corps
^"during World War 11 and was a
zconmractor. industrial engineer
and business man. He was a
..member of the Elbert
Presbyterian Church, president
of Kiowa Lions Club, member of
National Society of the Sons of
the American Resolution and
-ser\ed on the board of Elbert
SCount\ Farm Btreau He was a
member of the Albert Pike Lodge
#303 AF and the Elbert County
Historical Society. He had liied
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Mr. Beam is sur\si\ed h.: his
wife Carol Love Moody Beam ofl
Kiowa; his children. Danny
Beam of San Francisco. Calif..
Richard Beam of Greenville,
Tenn. and Susan Beam-Ward of
Overland Park., Kalias Iwo
brothers. Ivan Beam and Ronher
Beam, both of Jacksonville; two
sisters, Thelma V. Thornton of
Kingsley Lake and Margaret
Braddock of North Port. He was
preceded in death by four sisters.
Lorraine Haddock of Hilliard,
Vivian Addison. Ann Beam and.
Mary Beam.
Funeral services for Mr. Beam
with Full Military and Masonic
Honors were Jan. 25. 2005 in
Kiowa Community Church
Fellowship Hall, Burial followed
in Elizabeth Cemetery.

Gary Brown
STARKE Gary Joe Brown Ji'f
30, of Starke died Thursday, Jan.
27, 2005.
Mr. Brown is survived by: his
wife Stephanie Brown of
Orlando; a son A'Keem;. three
daughters, Jazzlyn. Tahir, Tahyra
Brown; his father Gary Brown Sr.'
of Starke; four sisters Jacqueline
Brown of Orlando., Tammy
Brown of Tampa, Felicia White
and Tessa Frazier, both of
Daytona Beach;, two brothers,
Emery Brown of Daytona Beach
and Jaikwon Brown o f.
Gainesville. He was preceded in
death by his mother .Euvenia
Frazier.
Funeral services for Mr. Brown
were Feb. 5, 2005 in New Mourn
Mission Baptist Church in
Daytona Beach.

George Capraro
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS George,
Capraro. 49. of Keystone
Heights died Monda, Jan. 31,
2005. in Keystone Heights from
injuries sustained in a vehicle
accident. '
Born in New York Ciiy on
Dec. 21, 1956. Mr Capraro was
a member of St. William
Catholic Church.
Mr. Capraro is survived by:
his wife Debra Capraro; three
daughters, Liberty, Brandy and
Amanda. a brother Gary Capraro;
a sister Lisa Cottet and hi,
parents 'Carmine 'and Nelck
Capraro.
Memorial services for Mr.,
Capraro were Feb. 6, 2005 at the
residence of Carmine Capraro.
Interment will be at a later date
under, the care of Jones Funrieral
Home of Keystone Heights.

Dora Hawkins.
'"''STARKE' Dora'U. "'Ma law,
H'Sarkiiis. fO'. of Starke di a
Saturday. Feb 5. 2005. at her
residence following an eiended
illness.
Born in Georgia on No\ 16.
1900. Mrs. Hawkins mored io
Starke from Graham She was a
homemaker and member of
Ebenezer MissionarN Baptist
Church in Staike where she was
mother of the church and
Deaconess.
Mrs. Hawkin s isur.i.ed by.
three daughters, Ida Scott of
Starke. Be\erl Clark of Daytona
Beach and Lillian Wilson of
Savannah, Ga ; and man,\


grandchildren and great-
grandchildren. She was preceded
in death by her husband Holsey
Hawkins Sr.., a son Holsey
Hawkins Jr. and a daughter Leona
, F" Lneral ser' L.c for Mrs
Hua, kin, %ill he .lt Ebene/ei
Baptist Church .1ii 10 a m on
Saturday. Feb. 12. 2005 witht
the Rev. James N. Wilcox.
pastor, and the Rev. O.E. Harris.
eulogist conducting the services.
Int'rmenii will follow in Odd
Fello, Ccmeier. under the,
direction of Haile Funeral Home'
of Starke.
\'isitLion will he ',iat he funeral
home chapel on Friday. Feb II
2005. with-family hour 3-4 p.m.;
friends 4-8 p.m. and at the church
one hour prior to the service.
Family and friends will meet at
residence to form cortege at 10
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John King
STARKE John Case King,
31, of' Starke died Friday, Feb. 4,
2005, at. Shand Jacks,,on ille'
following a nmoiorc'le, accident
A lifelong resident of Sitarkc.
SMr. King was a g1491 graduate 0ll
Bradford High School and was
employed at Union Correctional
Institution for 12 years as a
sergeant, He was a member of0
Bradford Masonic Lodge no,
F&AM.
Mr, King is surv.ied h,. his
parent,'John "Spink ii" tnd 1i/, ic
King of' Sarkc a stsei l.aur~a
Crawford of Lulu; and several
auni.. uncles. a niece and .ta
nephe .,
Funeral ser\ites for Mr. King
"were Feb. 8, 2005 at Madison
Street Baplist Church with the
Rev. Jarrod Eerson officiating
Burial followed in D.al Cemetery
under the care of Archie Tanner
Funeral Home.

Lorraine Haddock
HILLIARD Lorraine Beam
Haddock of Hilliard died
Saturday Jan. 22. 2005. at Life
Care Center of Hilliard She was a
member of the First Baptist
Church of Folkston. Easter Star.
the Business and Professional
Women's Club. the Folkston
Garden Club and (he Red Hal
Society of Folkston., :
Mrs. Haddock is survived by:
her husband Ed Haddock of,
Hilliard; a son Edward Earl
Dubose .of Jacksonville. two


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First Baptist Church of Folkston
with the Rev. Randy Jacoby and
the Rev. Gene McCollough
toii i laing Burial f allowed in
Bulord Gro e Ceineier\ under the
care ol Shepard Funer.l Home ofl
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Allison Kolbe
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS -
Allison L Kolbe. 89. of'
Ke',tonc Height- died Sunday,
Feb 6. 2(105. at Roben's Care
Center in Palutkd
Born in Birmingham. Ala. on
:iMay 4. 1915, Mr Kolhe moved
to Keystone Heights in 1979
from Jackon ille He served, in
the Ulnited Stales, Army and was
in ciMil ,er\nice in the Army for
, 2 cnars a' an aeronautical
engineer He was a member of
Key sione Heights Christian
Church,.
Mr. Kolbe is survived by: a
son Miles E.' Kolbe of
Jacksonuille and'one grandson
Miles A Kolbe. He was preceded
in death by his wife M:irv
Katherine in June. 2004
Funeral service,' o'r Mr Kolbe
were Feb 9. 2005 in ithe DeWitt
C Jones Chapel ol Ke stone
Heights with Minister Budd\
Appling conducting the -,er\ices.
Intermeni followed in KeN stone.
Heights Cemeter\

Jerry Johnson
LAUREL COLINTY. KY Jerry
Iee Johnson. 51. of Laurel
County. Ky died Thursday. Dec.
30. 2004
Born in Cincinnati. Ohio the
son of Geraldine Williams and
the late Earl Johnson. Mr.
Johnson was raised in Lake
Butler before moving to Laurel
County
Mr Johnson is survived by:
i his wife Rose Harris Johnson;
nine children. Stephanie Delaine
Burkhart, Harold Gordon Harris,
Geraldine Renae Sowders,
Wimpy Kay Ann Harris, Jeremy
Shane Harris. Jerry Alan


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Bill Johnson and Charlie Ryder,
all of. Lake Butler; his mother
Geraldine Williams of' Lake
Butler; three sisters. Helen Ennis
and Dehhie Bryant. both of Lake
Butler, 'and Donna Hanson of
Starke; three br'iher Ronnie
Johnson of London. Ky., Gary
Johnson of' Lcxington, Ky. and
Tim Johnson of Lake Butler; and
11) grandchildren.

Helen Panter
MCCAYSVILLE, GA. Helen
E. Robinson Panter, 78, of'
McCaysville, Ga., formerly -of
Starke, died Friday,. Feb. 4,
2005, at Peachtree Christian
Hospice following an extended
illness.
Born Sept. 4, 1926 in Fannin
Co., Ga., Mrs. Panter and her late
-husband Rufus Panter owned and
operated Panter's Market in
McCaysville for many years. She
was a member of McCaysville
Methodist Church.
Mrs. Panter is survived by: her
mother Bonnie Robinson of
Epworth, Ga.; a brother Frank
Robinson of Epworth; a sister
Edna Kish of Epworth; three
daughters, Janie Sullivan of
Starke, Robbie Breeden of
Suwannee, Ga. and Laura Kay
Barnes of Winder, Ga.: five
grdidchildren and' six great-
.randchildren
Funeral services. for Mrs.


Panter were Feb 7, 2005 in
Snell\ille. Ga. v.ith the Re\
Sandra Booth, ,,l .latirng ihe
service.- Burial followed in
Eternal Hills Memory Gardens in
Sncllville under the care of Tom
M. Wages Funeral Services, Inc.

Jennifer Prevatt
HOLLISTER l 'nniter
Christine Prevatt. 19. of
Hollister died Wednesday. Feb.
2, 2005, at Shan-ds at the
University of Florida. from
injuries sustained in a vehicle
accident
-.'Boxn .ijn Gainesville, Miss
Prevatt was a 211 gajuale of
Keystone Heights High School'
*and was attending St. J,..hns
River .Community College in
Pajiikj. She was a member of
Firsi Baptist Church of
Hawthorne.
Miss Prevatt is survived by:
her mother Jackie Rivers of
Newberry; a sister Tiffany
Prevatt of Jacksonville; two
brothers, Wallace Dawkins of
Columbia, S.C. and is,le John
Matukaitus olf Keystone. Heights;
her paternal graridmoiher Thelma
Donaldson of, Melrose; and her
paternal srandfifihri MVern:in
Prevatt of Lake Cit She was
preceded in death h, her father
,Barney Clark Pre'.jiia and her
maternal randparenti'.;, \allce
and Jacqueline Rivers.
Funeral services, for 'Miss
Preait were Feb. 7. 20i1i5 in the
Chapel of Archie Tanner Funeral
SHome. of Starke with the Rev,...
Ron Penrod offici.atirig


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OBITUARIES:


Francis Marion Williams


Frank Williams
YORKTpWN, VA. Lt. Col.
Francis Marion Williams, 87, of
Yorktown, Va. died Monday,
Jan. 31, 2005.
Born October 4, 1917 in
Starke, Lt. Col. Williams entered
the U.S. Army Air Cadet Corps in
1942 and retired from the U.S.
Air Force in 1964 in Sacramento,.
Calif. During his military career,
he flew missions as a 'fighter
pilot in both World War II and
Korea. In 1988, he retired from.
TRADOC at Ft. Monroe; Va. and
was a member of the American
Legion.
Lt. Col. Williams is survived
by: his Wife of 63 years,
Jeannette V. "Jan" Williams; two
sons, Lt. Col. Richard F.
Williams, (USMC Ret.) of
Redlands, Calif. and Robert S.
Williams of York County, Va.;
three grandchildren and two
great-grandchildren. He was
preceded in death by his parents,
Thomas Smith Williams and
Mary Smith Williams.
Graveside services for Mr.
Williams will be conducted at 11
a.m. on Wednesday, March 23,
2005, -in Arlington National
Cemetery.
Memorial contributions may
be made to the American Cancer
Society,' 895 Middle Ground
Blvd., Suite 154, Newport News,
VA 23606.or a favorite charity.,
Peninsula Funeral Home,
Newport News, Va. is in charge
of arrangements.


Joyce Randall
LAKE BUTLER Joyce Lorrene
Brownlow Randall, 78, of Lake
Butler died Friday, Feb. 4, 2005,
following a fire at her son's
residence.
Born in St. Joseph, Mich.,
Mrs. Randall lived in many areas
before moving to Lake Butler in
1989 from Hollywood. She was a
homemaker and member of
Epiphany Catholic Church of
Lake City.
Mrs. Randall is survived by:
two daughters, Patricia Joyce
Guzman of San Diego, Calif. and
Katherine Louise Pickens of.
Norfolk, Va.; five sons, Mark
Randall of Lake Butler, Thomas
James Randall of Puyallup,
Wash., Scott Francis Randall of
Twin Falls, Idaho, James Robert
Randall of Hollywood and Kevin
Lynn Randall of Tacoma, Wash.;
a sister Beverly Smith; of San
Diego; 38 grandchildren and 20
great-grandchildren. She. was
preceded in death by her husband
James Henry Randall.
Graveside services for Mrs.
Randall were Feb. 9, 2005 at
Sapp Cemetery in Raiford with
Father George Kuruvilla
officiating. Burial followed under
the care of Archer Funeral Home
of Lake Butler.

Jerrod Williams
LAKE BUTLER Jerrod Beau
Williams, 24, of Lake Butler died
Friday, Feb. 4, 2005, following
a fire at his residence.
'Born in Stuttgart, Ark., Mrs.
Williams lived most of his life in
Lake Butler. He was disabled and
was a member of Epiphany
Catholic Church of Lake City.
Mr. Williams is survived by:
his father and stepmother Mark
and Mary Randall of Lake Butler;
his mother Connie H. Gibson of
Middleburg; six brothers,,
Mathew Paul Randall of San
Diego, Calif., Darry Lee Hayes
and Mark Douglas Jr., both of
Lake Butler, Perry Smith of
Columbus, Ohio, Nicholas Smith
of Piketon, Ohio and Rye
Clayton of Middleburg; three
sisters, Sherry Lynn Love of
Lake Butler, Mary Lorraine
Randall and Brittany 'Lanette
Whitehead, both of Middleburg
and His maternal grandmother
Mary 'Dockery of Tipton, Ind.
Graveside services for Mr.
Williams were Feb. 9, 2005 in
Sapp Cemetery in Raiford with
'Father George Kuruvilla
officiating. Burial followed under
the care of Archer Funeral Home
of Lake Butler.


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gives Floridians and others
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code for taxpayers in Florida
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an income tax.
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2004, allows a sales tax"
deduction as an option for those
who itemize their tax returns
during the next two years.,
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Florida taxpayer could save
$300 or more.
Taxpayers will indicate by a.
checkbox ;on line five of
Schedule A which .type of tax
they're claiming, and then will
use tables provided by the IRS
to determine how large the
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Nelson is hoping to make the
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,amount you can
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18 Fla. HS

teams to

compete in

'Lifesmarts'

finals
High school students from
around, the state-wil-l-eompete--
for the state championship of
"LifeSmarts ... the Ultimate
Consumer Challenge," on
February 21 at the Florida
State Fair in Tampa.
LifeSmarts is.an innovative-
competio--fthattests students-
on their knowledge of personal
financial management, health
and safety, the environment,
te-chnology 'and
telecommunications, and
consumer rights -and
responsibilities. The program
is-- designed to encourage
students to think seriously
about important consumer


issues through a challenging,
game show format.
"High school students spend.
billions of dollars each year,
but studies show that many
lack knowledge about
consumer issues," Florida
Agriculture and Consumer
Services Commissioner
Charles H. Bronson said.
"Through- the LifeSmarts
program, students learn how to
obtain answers to practical
problems, like buying a car and
insurance, or understanding
credit card interest rates. These
are important skills that will
last a lifetime."
The Florida Department of
Agriculture and Consumer
Services is the state sponsor of
LifeSmarts. The Department is


the state's lead agency for students competing to be the s...tate ch.ampinshipP,"
consumer issues, and regulates am.org..Florida's---8--finaIists. Bronson said. "The fast paced
various businesses, such' s The Florida state finals will competition is not only fun to
motor vehicle repair shops, match the following Florida watch, it is also educational.
health studios, telemarketers, teams that excelled during the Those in the audience will find
business opportunities and Internet competition: themselves learning a few
charitable solicitors. It also Brooksville FFA, Brooksville, thiings about consumer issues
operates as the state's four teams; Keystone Heights as well."
clearinghouse for consumer High, Keystone Heights, three The state finals in the
complaints and maintains the teams; Lighthouse Credit LifeSmarts competition, will
state's Consumer Helpline 1- Foundation, Largo, three begin at 9 a.m. on Monday,
800-HELPFLA (1-800-435- teams; Wildwood High, Feb. 21, in the Club Pavilion
7352.) Wildwood, three teams; at the Florida State Fair in
This is the ninth year for Parkway Academy, Miramar, Tampa. To learn more about
LifeSmarts in Florida. The two teams; Cedar Key School, the LifeSmarts competition,.
preliminary competition for Cedar Key; Jacksonville 4 H, visit http://www.lifesmarts.org
students-in grades 9 12 was ,Jacksonville; and Seminole or __qontact-Gwen--W-orlds,
held nationwide -using- -t-he---County 4-H.,-Sanford ----~- -. Florida LifeSmarts coordinator,
Internet. The Florida online "I encourage everyone to at (850) 410-3702. For
competition, which ended come out to the Florida State information about fair tickets,
JanuarN 14. intelled more than Fair to support the bright call 1-800-345-FAIR or visit
40 coaches and o'er 440 young people whp make it to ht'p://\ (ww.floridastatefair.coni


Last year's state champion
" te-SeMninole-4-H-club from
Sanford represented Florida
at the national competition
held in Chicago. They
competed against 29 other state
winning teams from across the
United States during the three
day event. This year's national
finals will be held April 16 -
19 in San Francisco.
The national coordinator- of
the LifeSmarts competition is
the National Consumers
League. Founded in 1899, the
league is a national non profit
.organization that identifies,
protects, represents and,
advances the economic and
social interests of consumers
and workers through education
and advocacy.


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chamber to

host seminar
:Santa Fe Community
College's Center for Business,
ine partnership with the -- I"
Gaihesville Area Chamber of
Commerce, is presenting the-
International Business Power Windows,
Breakfast Seminar, "Free Trade Anti-Lock Brakes,
is_ a Myth" on Thursday,
February 17, 2005, at 7:45 5
a.m7, ParamQoumLPlaza-Hot-- rashRatinTg -
-29-TSW 13th St. in
Gaiinesville.
There is no charge for the
event, which is co ered
through a US DOE Business
andC International Education/
grant.
1To RSVP, ca,11
352.395.5896 or- email
cbipd@sfcc.edu by Monday,'
Feb; 14, Retail Price
: The featured presenter is
University of Florida la -
professor Michael .Gordon,
coiinsel for a number of US
companies doing business
worldwide. He has handled
cross" border litigation and
argued international trade issues
in Tfont of the US Supreme
Cotirt.- L
Gordon" also sits._on the
North..American..Free Trade
Agreement and World Trade
Organization (NAFTA i dispute '
panel and is a consultant for
fQt'ign governments
Departments of State and--
Justice.--He teaclies courses in -- .
International Business and
Trade Law, ..International
Litigation. Comparative Law.
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LEGALS

REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS
CITY OF KEYSTONE
HEIGHTS/KEYSTONE
AIRPARK AUTHORITY
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
sealed REQUEST FOR
PROPOSALS will be received until
4 00 p.m., Tuesday, Feb. 15, 2005. at
the Keystone Heights Airpark FBO
Building, 7100 Airport Road, Starke.
FL 32091, for the following.
RFP: "PROPOSALS FOR
MUNICIPAL ACCOUNTING._
.-.--- -- SERVICES
RFP's will be opened at 4.00 p m on
Tuesday. Feb. 15, 2005, or as soon
thereafter possible, at Keystone
Heights Airpark FBO Building, 7100
Airport Road, Starke. FL 32091. in the
presence of the Airpark Clerk and the
Airpark Treasurer and all other
interested persons.
RFP's ill not be valid unless received
by the deadline Tuesday. Feb. 15,
2005, at 4:00 p m. and in a sealed
envelope marked 'SEALED RFP-
MUNICIPAL ACCOUNTING
SERVICES." One original RFP ana
SIX copies are required. Hand deliver
or mail to. Keystone Airpark
Authority, 7100 Airport Road, Starke,
FL 32091
Call the Airpark Clerk at 352-473-
0031 for specifications or questions
The City of Keystone
Heignts/Keysione Airpark Authority
reserves the right to waive
formalities in any RFP, to to reject
any or all RFP s with or without
cause, including the lack of
availability of adequate -fundas and/or -
accept the RFP, that, in its judgment,
will be in the best interest of the City
of Keystone Heights/Keystone
Airpark Authoriy
A person or affiliate who has been
placed on the convicted vendor list
following a conviction for a public
entity'crime may nol-submit a- bid"cif
a contract to provide any goods-or
services to a public entity. may not
submit a bid on a contract with a
public entity for the construction or
repair of a public building or public
work, may not submit bids on leases
or real property to a public entity,
may not be awarded or perform work
as ::a contractor, supplier,
subcontractor or consultant under a
contract with any public entity, and
may not transact business with a
public entity in excess of the
threshold amount provided in Section
287.017, Florida Statutes,. for
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iSection C: Thursday, Feb. 10, 2005 Telegaph Times Monitor


Bradford Baptist hastbeen a 'home' for 20 years


By CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer

Bradford Baptist Church in
Starke no longer holds services
in the home of one of its
members as it did when it-first
began in 1985, but the church
still has a homey feel to it.
The church, which recently
celebrated its 20th anniversary,
has the slogan, "The church that
feels like home." It was a
sentiment member' Ann
Higginbotham, now deceased,
expressed to Pastor Rick
Jackson during her first visit to
the church.
Since then, Jackson has heard
similar statements from visitors
over the years, which is
good-a church should feel like
home, he said.
"We want people to feel
welcome when they come to the
, church," Jackson said.
The church began when a
small group of people held a
prayer meeting at Bruce
Jackson's house.


"It kind bf grew from that,"
said. charter member Bruce
Scott. "Wie started having
(meetings) on a regular basis.
Things'just seemed to fall into


place."
The church, with Dave
McLean as its first pastor,
eventually began .holding
services at Southside


Elementary School after
'meeting for a couple of months
at Jackson's house. Services
were first held in one of the
classrooms before moving into


the school's cafeteria.
Jesse Moore, who was the
school principal at the time, was
of great assistance to lthe
church, Scott said. He said it


was Moore's ideato move the
services into the cafeteria and
Moore made sure a PA system
See HOME, p. 2C


-Ryan Southwelli.


UC's

Southwell

plays for

U.S. team
Union County High School
senior Ryan Southwell was one
.of 36 members of the silver-
,medal United States team that
finished as runner-up to Canada
in the NFL Global Junior IX
Championship game on Feb. 5
in Jacksonville.
Souihv.well. selected to the
team as a defensive linemrn.
participated in three weeks of'
practices at The Bolles School
with other players from
northeast Florida. A banquet on
Jan. 31 enabled the U.S. players
to meet the other players in the
tournament from 'Canada,
France, Japan and Mexico,
"It was a great experience
meeting players from four
different countries and I will
never forget this great
opportunity I had to play
against these countries,"
Southwell said. "Also, it was a
great honor to play under
(Bolles) coach Corky Rogers,
and the other coaches, and to
represent the United States of
America."
A qualifying tournament was
held Feb. 2 to determine the
two championship game
participants. The United States
also lost to Canada in the
qualifying tournament, but was
able to defeat France 19-0,'
Japan 31 -0 and then Mexico 21 -
0, which propelled the U.S. into
the championship game.
Canada defeated the U.S. 38-
35 to claim the championship.
This was the fifth straight
year the U.S. and Canada,
:played, each other in the
championship game, with the
U.S. ha ming won the last four.
Southwell said he wanted to
give a "big thank you" to his
family and friends for
supporting him. He also gave
thanks to Union County head
coach Buddy Nobles, for
helping him get selected for the
U.S. roster, and to Union
County Superintendent of
Schools Carlton Faulk for his
support.
The "biggest" thank you,
Southwell said, goes to Marvin
Pritchett.


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HOME
Continued from p. 1C

was set up in the cafeteria prior
to services.
"God used him in a special
way to help other people's
needs," Scott said.
The school; of course, was
only a temporary location.
Members looked at several
buildings for sale in the county
before Scott's wife, Becky, saw
a classified ad in the Telegraph
for a true yard sale-building,
land and all. That led to the
purchase of the church's current
building, which, at the time,
was accessible via Griffis Loop.
The block building had been
a clothing factory, a Moose
lodge and a bingo hall. Most of
the work that had to be done in
the building to ready it for the
church's use was done' by
church members. Scott said,
from what he can remember,
the only projects members did
not do were the hanging of dry
wall and the installation of
carpet.
The church eventually looked
into buying a nearby building,
with plans on using it for a-
fellowship hall. The building,
which was located on SR-100,
was owned by a bank. The
church made an offer, which
was not accepted.
The building was later put up
for auction, but was not sold.
That prompted the bank to
contact the church, asking its
members if they wanted to
make another offer. The church
wound up purchasing the
building for approximately half
of the original offer it had made
to the bank.
After that acquisition, the
church was able to buy property
between the two buildings and
create a driveway between the
two. That also enabled the
church to create an entrance off
of SR-100. That worked out
well when the church's original
entrance, off of Griffis Loop.
was closed due to the
installation of crossarms at a
railroad crossing.
"God knew that was going to
happen and helped the church
to be ready," Scott said.
Scott or any other member of
the church will tell you God has
.blessed the church in many
ways over the past 20
years-20 years that has gone
by quickly for Scott. However,
the church's longevity has not
surprised him .....
"I ne\er had a doubt we
wou'ld.-ba-herexe-QZ -yeas," he
said. "It seemed right from the
get-go the Lord blessed us.",
In that .20-year span, the
church started ministries at
Madison Hill Retirement Center
in 1994 and at Camp Blanding
in 1996. ; .
"In a three-Near period we
probably saw over 100 people
sa'ed out there," Rick Jackson
said of the 'Camp Blanding
ministry. -
The church also holds Bible


BC Pop
Warner
registrati
under wa
Registration fort
,County Pop
Association is curt
way for both p
cheerleaders. Regi'
continue into Augus
For more inform,
contact Joe Gordon
Mosley at (904) 368

Lawtey
Athletic


on is

'V
he Bradford
Warner
gently under
layers and
station will
t.
action, please
n or Rodney
-0273.


Assoc. sign-
ups are Sat.
The Lawtey Athletic
Association will be having an
additional baseball/softball
sign-up day on Saturday, Feb.
12, 10 a.m.-1 p.m. at the
Lawtey Recreation Center.
The following age.groups can
sign up: 9-10 minors, 11-12
majors and 13-15 Dixie (boys'
majors).
Registration fees are $55 for :
returning players and $56 for
new players. New players .will
have to bring an original birthh,
certificate.
For more information, please
call Paul Yowell, president, bof
the. Lawtey Athletic
Association, at (904) 782-1039
or Gene Gowens, vice
president, at (904) 782-3372.

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Courage is what it takes to
stand up and speak;
courage is also what it
takes to sit down and
listen,
-Winstdh Churchill


club meetings at Starke
Elementary School on Mondays
at. the conclusion of the school
day and regularly supports 13
missionaries.
"We hear from missionaries
that we're one of their
strongest-supporting churches,"
Jackson said. "Here we are, a
small church, -but we're very
mission-minded."
Jackson has been the pastor
of "the church that feels like
home" the past 12 years, but he
had to make a return to his
home before assuming those
duties.
Jackson was born and raised
in Starke, the son of Margaret
and W.T. "Billy" Jackson Sr.,
co-founders of Jackson
Building Supply. He graduated
from Bradford High School,
which is where he was saved.
"An evangelist came and
spoke at Bradford High School
when I was in the ninth grade,"
Jackson said. "As far as I know,
that was the first time I had ever
heard a clear presentation of the
gospel."
SJackson, after graduating
from BHS in 1974, attended
Flagler College in St.
Augustine, where he- was
- majoring in drama. It was there
where Jackson was called by
God into the ministry.
A future as an actor was no
longer part of the equation.
"Now my sights were not set
on the stage," Jackson said.
"They were set on the pulpit."
It was also at Flagler College
where Jackson met his future
wife, Clydie.
!"She had a boyfriend at the
time, so I watched and prayed. I
watched her and prayed he
would go away," Jackson said


Bradford Baptist Church has come a long way since its origin in the house of charter member Bruce Jackson 20
years ago.


with a laugh. "That worked out
pretty good-we married
between our sophomore and
junior years."
Jackson graduated from
Flagler in 1978, then moved to
Tennessee with his wife. He
attended Temple Baptist,
Seminary in Chattanooga and
he and his wife both taught at
Tennessee Temple High
School.
Unlike many of his
classmates at Bradford High
School, Jackson said he was not
looking to leave Starke the first
chance he got. However, he had
settled into his home in
Chattanooga, where he and


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pictured with wife, Clydie. Jackson, a Bradford County
native, has been the pastor at Bradford Baptist for 12
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Clydie were raising their two will do. As long.as he is here, "The future is asbright as the
children, Rachel and Rebekah. though, he is excited about the promises of God," Jackson said,
Jackson was pastoring at Grace future -of Bradford Baptist citing the words of an old
Bible Church in Dunlap, Tenn. Church. English missionary.
and not anticipating a.return to
Starke after living in
Chattanooga for 13years. -"
"I was really having a pretty
good time when the Lord called
me back to Florida," Jackson
said. "He really had to twist my
.arm a little bit. Once I knew for
sure it was his will, there wasif .. ,,
no problem, but I was happy in e o
Chattanooga."
Jackson returned to Starke
and became the music minister ;
and youth minister at Bradford
Baptist Church when Skipper
Smith was the pastor. Jackson
admitted he was not that happy
during his first year back home,
but he knew God had him in I
Starke for a purpose.i
That purpose eventually
became clear after Smith, the .
third pastor in Bradford
Baptist's history (fourth if you (L-R) Bill Adams, owner, Rick Rielli, customer
count an interim pastor), satisfaction employee of the year, Tom Adams, general
resigned. Jackson was named sales manager.
interim pastor. while a search
was conducted for a new pastor."
As Jackson recalled, three orChevrolet of Starke honors
four months went by before .r,,e .. ta e h n s
church member Ancel Brown Rick R elli as custom er
said. "We've got the man Tiod
,.ants us to have right here. SatSf Cti n em ployee
.'hvJacks don't as plans satisfacion employee of he customers arrange financing or
leaingt as tarke, somethough he e year 2004 reestablish fo 2004 redit, if needed, to
sought. it was just'somethingm Rielli, the business manager satisfy their automotive needs.
the Lord opthenethd up," Jacksont he at Chevrolet of Starke, has been .
said. "'Wejustt6. to do what the \STARKE, FL,-'In a recent' .,with the dealersbips since its:
Lord wants us to do and T've -'nnu-aldealershipmeeting. Rick' inception. ,i4
been here eve since. Riellias g'ven. the customer Ri-i.eqkt.njoy4.helping .-his,
.ac..on now ....n... ...atisfaction employee of the customers.arrange financing or
lea% ingD. Starke, though he. year award for 2004. reestablish credit, if needed, to,
knows if it is God's will for him Rielli, the business manager satisfy their automotive needs.
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Keystone boys win second straight district title


* Indians will host
Episcopal in regional
quarterfinal match
Feb. 10.

By CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Practice makes perfect.
The Keystone Heights boys'
soccer team proved that as far
as its coach is concerned after
the Indians defeated Santa Fe 3-
2 on penalty kicks to claim the
District 4-3A championship on
Feb. 4 in Interlachen.
Keystone, which won its
second consecutive district
championship, made all four of
its penalty-kick attempts,
outshooting Santa Fe 4-1. Goal
keeper Michael McLeod made
the. Indians' first attempt,
followed by successful attempts
from Kenny Turner, Derek
Tornwall and Keith Wheeler.
Wheeler's attempt actually
was stopped by, the Santa Fe
keeper, but the keeper was
called for a foul for moving off
the line prior to. the shot.
Wheeler got another attempt


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Sean Gillespie moves the
ball upfield for Keystone.
Gillslspie' had an assist in
the win over Santa Fe.


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Members of the Keystone Heights boys' soccer team proudly proclaim they're
number one after their 3-2 win over Santa Fe in the District 4-3A championship
match. It was Keystone's second straight district title.


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plenty of practice on penalty C
kicks toward the end of each a
season in preparation for the
postseason. 2
"When we went into penalty p
kicks, what did we do? We
made four straight," Lloyd said. h
"That's because we've
practiced almost every day over
the last two weeks for this
scenario."
It was a hard-fought, close
match that didn't show how
dominant the Indians (13-5)
have been in district play-they
outscored district opponents 26-
3 during the regular season arid,
with Friday's win, have won 16
straight district matches over
the past two seasons.
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Santa Fe match can do nothing
but help his team.
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us getting a wake-up call here
and realizing from here on out,
we're playing the best teams in
the state," Lloyd said.
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KH girls' season


By CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer


The Keystone Heights girls'
soccer team was looking to
advance out of the regional
quarterfinals for just the second
time in school history, but the
Indians were shut out 4-0 by
10'-ranked Episcopal in a


Lady Warriors,
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The Lady Warrior fastpitch
softball organization will be
holding tryouts for its spring.
travel ball season on Sunday,
Feb. 13, at 3 p.m. at the
Alachua Recreation Center. in
Alachua.
Tryouts are for 10U, 12U,
14U and 16U age groups. '
Please call (352) 246-6905 or
(352) 377-0795 for more
information.


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for baseball,
softball at
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Department
The Starke Recreationri
Department is currently holding
registration for Cal Ripken and
Babe Ruth spring baseball and
girls' fastpitch softball.
Registration, which runs
through Feb. 15, is open to ages
6-18.
The department is also in
need of coaches for girls'
softball.
The Starke Recreation
Department is located at 502 N.
Temple. Ave., adjacent to
Kr.ystal. For more information
on the baseball and softball
programs, please call (904)
964-6792.


Region 1-3A quarterfinal match
on Feb. 3 in Jacksonville.
Keystone (15-6-1) fell behind'
quickly as Episcopal's Kalie
Bartholomew and Meagan
Wolfla each scored a goal in the
first five minutes of the match.
Nikki Houiser, Keystone's
goal keeper, would go on to
record 16 saves for the Indians,
who failed to advance to the
regional semifinals for the
fourth time in five postseason
appearances. The Indians' only
quarterfinal win occurred in the
2000-01 season when they
defeated Crescent City 7-0.
Episcopal, which improved to
12-10-3, played Pensacola
Catholic (17-2-3) in a regional
semifinal match on Tuesday.
Santa Fe, which defeated
, Keystone for the District 4
championship, also saw its
season come to an end 'in the
quarterfinals. The Raiders (13-8-
2) were shut out 3-0 by Bolles.
Bolles (12-6-4) played
Arnold (9-10-1) in the regional
semifinals on Tuesday.


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BHS' Forsyth caps perfect season


By CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer


Justin Forsyth won the 140-
pound class championship at
the Villages Tournament on
Feb. 5 to cap an undefeated
season.
Forsyih improved to 32-0
after pinning the two opponents
he faced in 1:07 and 1:55.
Two of Forsyth's teammates
joined him in the tournament
finals before each settled for
second-place finishes. Richard
Mikell (160-pound class) won
by pins of 2:14 and 3:28 before
losing 9-4 in the finals. William
Splitt (171) won by pins of 4:39
and 3:19 before getting pinned
in 3:11 in the finals.
Charlie Twiford (130), who
started off the tournament by
pinning his opponent in 5:58,
rebounded from a loss and
recorded an 11-1 win in the
consolation finals.
Max Ennis (11i2) had two
Swins-a pin of 1:50 and a 7-1
decision-and Bobby Andrews
(145) had one-a 17-9 decision.
The Tornadoes finished the
regular season with a 12-6
record and will compete in the
District 5-A tournament this
Saturday, Feb..12, at 10 a.m. at
Clay High School in Green


Cove Springs.

Earlier results:

BHS 51 Jackson 22
Forsyth had five teammates
join him in the win column after
head-to-head matchups as the
Tornadoes defeated visiting
Andrew Jackson, which also
forfeited three classes, 51-22 on
Jan. 20.
Tommy Hilliard defeated his
opponent 25-13 to win the 125-
pound class, while the
following Tornadoes recorded
pins: Twiford 5:34, Doug
Baldwin (152) 1:03, Mikell
3:08 and Eric Palmer (275)
2:16.

BHS takes second in
Baker Co. tournament
The Tornadoes, after winning
their first three dual matches,
lost their final match by one
point, leaving them to settle for
being runner-up of a
tournament held at Baker
County High School in Glen St.
Mary on Jan. 28.
Bradford defeated Baker
County, Mariana and Paxon
before losing 36-35 to
Crestview. Six Bradford
wrestlers were credited with


wins against Crestview: Hilliard
by a 1:36 pin, Twiford by a
2:53 pjn, Forsyth by a 13-2
decision, Andrews by a 9-5
decision, Mikell by a 41-second
pin and Splitt by forfeit.
In a 60-18 win over Baker
County to open the tournament,
the following Bradford
wrestlers won their classes:
Ennis (forfeit), 'Jeremy Agan
(119-pound class, 1:50 pin),
Hilliard (forfeit), Twiford (3:50
pin), Forsyth (forfeit), Andrews
(0:27 pin), Baldwin (1:08 pin),
Mikell (1:32 pin), Splitt (3:30
pin).
Bradford then defeated
Mariana 58-18 after Mariana
forfeited six weight classes.
Ennis, Agan, Hilliard and
Forsyth were the only wrestlers
to actually wrestle, with Ennis,
Hilliard and Forsyth winning.
Ennis defeated his opponent 11-
8 and Hilliard pinned his in
1:17. Forsyth won by an injury
default.
Six Tornado wrestlers pinned
their opponents in Bradford's
57-6 win over Paxon: Ennis'
2:29, Forsyth 1:55, Andrews
1:01, Baldwin 1:06, Mikell 0:49
and Splitt 0:44. 'Josh Oliver won
the 135 class by a score of 11-8.
Agan, Hilliard and Twiford
each won by forfeit.


UC girls struggle in finale


By CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
It was a chance to enter the
district tournament on a bit of a
roll, but the Union County girls'
basketball team could not win
its second straight game, losing
40-21 to host Trenton to cap the
regular season on Feb. 4.
"We came out flat and pretty
much stayed that way all
game," Union County head
coach Perry Davis said. "It had
been a week since we played
last and we did not shoot or
rebound off the glass very
well."
Amber Franzluebbers scored
eight points for the Tigers and
also had four assists. Amika
Davis had five steals and three
blocks.
The Tigers played Fort White
in a quarterfinal game of the
District- 4-3A tournament,
hosted by Keystone Heights, on
Tuesday. The winner will play
Santa Fe in the semifinals -on
Thursday, Feb. 10, at 6 p.m.
The district championship


game will be played Saturday,
Feb. 12, at 7:30 p.m.


Score by Quarter
UCHS:. 2 5
THS: 9 11


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6 14-40


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Nichole Bryant 2, Vanessa
Clemons 2, Renee Cooper 2,
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second at Buchholz
Forsyth earned first place and
Twiford and Splitt each earned
second at a tournament hosted
by Buchholz High School in
Gainesville on Feb. 5.
Forsyth won his final match
of the tournament by pinning
his opponent in 5:08.
Ennis and Baldwin each
placed fourth, while Mikell won
by a pin of 1:17 in the finals to
salvage a fifth-place finish.
Bradford began the
tournament with a 55-16 loss to
Palm Harbor. Ennis won by a
pin.of 3:22, Splitt by an injury
default and Twiford and
Forsyth by decisions of 5-2 and
11-2, respectively.
Six-wrestlers took wins in a
47-30 loss to Westport. Forsyth
and Splitt won by pins of 41
seconds and 5:44, respectively,
while. Twiford and Andrews
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8. Baldwin and Mikell each
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Host Buchholt faced the
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weight classes in Bradford's 66-
12 win. Forsyth made quick
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him in 11 seconds, while Agan
and Hilliard each won by pins
of 40 seconds. Palmer won by a
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of 5:36.
Every Bradford wrestler who
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exception of Baldwin, who won
by forfeit) did so by pinning his
opponent in Bradford's 48-28
win over Eastside. Those results
were: Ennis 5:38, Agan 0:44,
Hilliard (0:36), Twiford (5:27),
Oliver (3:30), Forsyth (1:27)
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Allen Perry earned the
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The Ronriie Allen award is
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By JOHN WHITFIELD
Contributing Outdoors Editor
Two necessary ingredients for
an effective ambush are
camouflage and concealment. If
a deer, turkey, hog, or any game
animal, can't see you, your
chances for a harvest drastically
improve.
One very effective way to
hide, blend in and conceal your
position is to use a ghillie suit.
A ghillie suit is a type of
camouflaged clothing which is
an outfit, coat and/or pants or
even a small shawl-like covering
worn by the hunter in an effort to
conceal himself from his quarry
while hunting. Ghillie suits are
available in many sizes, shapes,
colors and configurations, and
they are usually adapted to the
particular terrain being hunted.
For example, in a snowy
environment, the hunter would
choose a suit in various whites
and darks to blend in with the
snow and trees, whereas, here in
Florida, we would use -more
browns, greens and drab colors.
For a field or pasture, the hunter
would use more grass colors,
like broom straw brown or
fennel green.
The objective
Colors are very important in
concealment and so is the
reflection of light lights and
darks. But there rra\ be one
j.:-L- even more important here.
The human shape.
No- matter what color
something is, it may not attract
attention if it doesn't mo.e.
'Ther- f.:re. :r.. g absohu, el_ stillI
re-,.'; .eslp the hunter. Howe\ er,
Ssomeiming else can gi\e aa\.
our position... the human shape
or form.
H-' Vittworks...
The rm.-.an shape is easy to
iLienriP,. especially in a
silhouette in low light
conditions, such as-dusk or
dawn, 'when we are usually
iurincing. A good example would
be how a bhaner appears up in a
deer stand, in an area of tall
pines, etc. The human silhouette
would stick out like a cow in
'our rin -. a.a Fro.-. the deer or
turkey's per pecti'e, .i is a new
shape that wasn't there before
and it looks like a man.
Goodbye. Deer gone. Turkey
I. gone. See ya. Game over. We
need to break up our outlines and
to blend in with the woods.
The ghillie suit does break up
the human pattern and causes the
eyes to see more of a blurred line


-..


at the edges, rather than a human
shape or profile. We can be
concealed from view.
A homemade ghillie...
I decided to make my own
homemade ghillie. Such suits are
almost $200 online and I had
seen enough photos in outdoor
magazines and on the Internet to
have a basic idea of what I
wanted to do. And, yes, I'd seen
those movies on TV where the
good guy sniper gets the bad guy
sniper, both wearing ghillie suits
and all camo'd out.
Here's what I came up with,
for materials: A couple packs of
cotton fish net from the flea
market (measuring about 3'-by-
5' with two-inch mesh), brown
twine, about 10 burlap bags (also
known as tow, sacks, jute bags,
croaker sacks, etc.), two bungee
cords, two packs of Rit Dye
(dark green), a wash tub for.
dying, a broom handle to hang
the suit on while assembling and
"sneaky leaves" (artificial leaves
found on the Internet and
attached with a safety pin).
Basically, I just cut out a hole
in the middle of the 3'-by-5' fish
net for my head. I hung this over
the broom handle, horizontally
braced on two ladderback chairs.
I crafted two arm holes along the
line of the broom. Then I cut the
burlap, into strips about two feet
long and two or three inches
Sit]de and tied the burlap .srips
onto the lish net. starting at the
bottom and v.orking mni \\\a up.
That way. eter thing
ro erlapped, like shingles.
I had d,,ed about one half c'
the tow sacks the dark greer,
color. which h tas the closest
thing I could tind to olihe drab
This provided a nice contrast
from the brown color of the
L rlap and ga%.e the suii.a subtle -
Tcaiouftlaged appearan'ce.-
On the front side, I tied the
strips all the way up and down.
but on the back side, I simply
tied on a piece of burlap to cover
my back. I could have finished
out the back with strips, but i:
would lihave been very heavy.
Besides, I was probably not
going to be crawling on my
stomach, like in the movies, so I
left the back plain.
This was the top piece and
when it was slipped over m)
head, it hung down almost to my
knees.
The skirt and hat...
The lower piece was simply
another piece of fish net, crafted
the same way with attached
burlap. I merely wrapped it


Fins, Fur


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Stories from the outdoors in Clay,
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Bass, bream and a deer... This is Jacob Crawford, son
of Stan and Patti Crawford of Keystone Heights. They
had a great Christmas visit to Alabama, where they also
hunted and fished together. Jacob harvested the deer
and caught some nice bass. The family caught about 20
nice bream. All of the fish were released.


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around my waist
and hooked it
together with the
bungee cords.
This covered me
from the waist
down.
As for the hat, I
took a camo hat
that came with a
veil and I[ attached
a few "sneaky
leaves" to break
up my head ,
pattern. I like a hat
with a brim to '
keep the rain off -
my glasses. .
It took me about
12 hours to make
this first suit,
about 10 of that
was labor and the
rest researching
and assembling -
the materials.
The test... John V
A friend, Brad
Caouette, dropped
by one Saturday afternoon and
we were talking about hunting
and fishing. The kids had a few
friends over for a pool party and
they were all out back having a
fun time.
Brad asked me if I had
finished the ghillie suit and I told
him, "Yes,' let's try it out." The
kids were all playing in the pool
and had forgotten about us.
The cast: Victim- Ethan
Crowder, age 14, ninth grader.
Accomplice- Brad Caouette,
Perpetrator- John Whitfield. The
plot: Sneak up on Ethan. '
- I put on the ghillie suit and
eased out the back door. Brad
walked on over to the pool and
just stood there watching the
kids. I snuck up to the edge of
the pool, waited until Ethan
looked away, then I stood up
about five feet from him.
Ethan looked pver at Brad and
then slowly turned and actually
looked straight at me and kept on
turning his head. He had
apparently seen the "shape" but
didn't see "me."
Then, all of a sudden, his brain
turned on and he hollered out


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Telegraph Staff Writer
Terri Parrish was not sure if
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previous seven, but the
Keystone Heights girls'
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undefeated season.
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Parrish.said the key to her
team's continued success is just
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By CLIFF SMELLEY
" Telegraph Staff Writer

Four lifters ,placed first or,
second for the Bradford girls'
weightlifting team in a season-
ending three-team meet in
Keystone Heights on Feb. 1.
The Tornadoes (12-3) scored
21 points, finishing behind
Keystone, which won the meet
with 50 points. Ridgeview
scored eight points.
Bradford had thiee lifters -win
their respective classes: Cassi,
Padgett (110-pound class),
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Hartsfield (199). Their results
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press, 130-pound clean and
jerk, 240-pound total;- Leigh
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165-325.
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press and a 130-pound clean
and jerk for a 250-pound,total.
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were: Amber Crawford (129)
95.120-215, Amanda Reed
(154) 105-135-240 and
Monisha Perkins (183) 120-
105-225.
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season came against schools
that fielded substantially more
lifters than the Tornadoes. One
loss was-to a Wakulla team that
outnumbered Bradford 38-14
and the other two were to a
Keystone team that went
undefeated for the eighth
straight season,
Hartsfield, Leigh and Padgett
will represent Bradford at the
Florida High School Athletic
Association Finals Saturday,
Feb. 12, at DeLand High
School.


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Lynch, Sykes

take wins in

Union's last meet


By CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Two finished in first place
and two finished in second, but
the Union County girls'
weightlifting team could not
close out the season with a win,
losing 46-18 to Columbia on
Feb. 2 in Lake City.
The Tigers' two state-
qualifying lifters won their
classes against Columbia.
Kerrie Lynch won the 119-
pound class with a bench press
of 115 pounds and a clean and
jerk of 110 pounds for a 225-
pound total. Whitney Sykes had
a 110-pound bench press and a
130-pound clean and jerk to
win the 139 class with a 240-
pound total.
-.Vanessa Clemons (119-
pound class) and Jami Moble'
(129) each finished as a runner-
up. Clemons had Ia, 110-pound


bench press and a 105-pound
clean and jerk for a 215-pound
total. Mobley had a 105-pound
bench press and a 105-pound
clean and jerk for a 210-pound
total.
Lana Wise (139) and Shayla
Hollis (unlimited) each took
third place in their classes with
totals of 200 and 290 pounds,
respectively. Wise had a 95-
pound bench press and a 105-
pound clean and jerk. Hollis
had a 160-pound bench press
and a 130-pound clean and jerk.
Nichole Bryant also
competed for the Tigers in the
129-pound class. She had a 95-
pound bench press and a 95-
pound clean and jerk for a 190-
pound total.
The Tigers ended the season
with a 3-2 record.
Lynch and Sykes will
compete at the Florida High
School Athletic Association
Finals this Saturday, Feb. 12, at
DeLand High School.


UC boys take 18-

point win over KH


By CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Jonathan Alexander and Gary
Smith combined to score 28
points for the Union County
boys' basketball team in a 55-
37 win over district opponent
Keystone Heights on Feb. 1 in
Lake Butler.
The Tigers held a four-point
lead at the half, but increased
that margin by outscoring the
visiting Indians 19-10 in, the
third quarter.
Brendan Odom and Teddy
Young added nine and eight
points, respectively, for the
Tigers.
Caleb Whitfield led Keystone


with seven points.
Score by Quarter
KHHS: 7 13 10
UCHS: 12 12 19


7-37
12-55


Scoring
Keystone (37): Brokas 6,
Brunink 3, Davis 4, Hoover 2,
Ruiz 4, Taylor 6, Taylor 4,
Whitfield 7, Yarbrough 1. .3-
pointers: Brokas 2. Free1
throws: 8-15.
Union County (55): J.,
Alexander 15, K. Alexander 4,
Austin 2, Odom 9, Oliver 4,
Smith 13, Young 8. 3-pointers:
Young 2, J. Alexander 3. Free
throws: 8-17.


By CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer-
Seventh-ranked, Class 2A
P.K. Yonge handed the Union
County boys' basketball team a.
57-46 loss on Feb. 3 in
Gainesville.
The Tigers outscored the
Blue Wave in the second half,.
but'could not overcome the 14-
pbint deficit they faced at
halftime.
Brendan Odom led the Tigers
with 21 points, while Gary-
SSmith had 12 points.,
The Tigers (12-10 prior to
Feb. 8) would go on to lose 67-
65 to district opponent Bradford
on Feb. 4 in Lake Butler (the
paper was. unable to obtain
game stats). The loss meant the'
Tigers ended regular-season


district play with an 8-2 record..
That means Union will be the
second seed in the upcoming
District. 4-3A tournament.
which is being hosted by Santa
Fe High School.'
Union has one game left in,
the regular season. The Tigers,
who played Hawthorne on
Tuesday and Eastside on
Wednesday, will host Newberry
on Thursday, Feb. 10. at 7:30
p.m. A junior varsity game will
be played at 6 p.m.
Score by Quarter
UCHS: 11 10 15 10-46
PKY: .15 20 11 11-57
Union County Scoring (46): J.
Alexander 3, K. Alexander 6,
Odom 21, Spiller 2, Smith 12, ,
Young 2. 3-pointers: Smith 2.
Free throws: 9-18.


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Ruise has huge

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over Ft. White


By CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Japan Ruise had a rather
impressive double-double on
Feb. 1, scoring 47 points and
pulling down 21 rebounds in
the Bradford bo)s' basketball
team's 87-77 win over district
opponent Fort White in Fort
White.
D'Andre Seay added 17
points and eight assists for
Bradford, while Marcus Wilson
scored 16 points.
Bradford would go on to
defeat district opponent Union
County 67-65 on Feb. 4 in Lake
Butler (the paper was unable to
obtain game stats). The.
Tornadoes, with the win, closed'
out regular-season district play
with a 7-3 record. Bradford will
be seeded third in the District 4-


LIFTERS
Continued from p. 5C
120-240, Julie Myers (183)
120-l115-23,5-- and Kristina
Jackson (199) 145-145-290..
Maranda Gibbs and Coditney
Pace each earned third-place
finishes. Gibbs (110) had a 75-
pound bench press and an 85-


3A tournament, which will be
hosted by Santa Fe High School
inAlachua.
.The Tornadoes (10-7 overall
prior to Feb. 5. %ill play in the
tournament quarterfinals on
Tuesday, Feb. 15, at either 6
p.m. or 7:30 p.m.
Prior to the tournament,
Bradford will close out the
regular season by hosting
Hamilton County on Thursday,-
Feb. 10, at 7:30 p.m., following
a junior varsity game at 6 p.m.

Score by Quarter
BHS: 25 23 18 21-87
FWHS: 18 24 19, 16-77
Bradford Scoring (87): Blye 4'
Covington 1, Leverson 2, Ruise
47,, Seay 17, .Wilson 16. 3-
pointers: Seay, Leverson 2,
Ruise 2. Free throws: 10-18.


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165-poutid total.
. The season is not over for
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Mengelson. Stobbie and Kasy,
Fagan %\ill compete 'at the
Florida High School Athletic
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Keystone girls end regular


season with 30-point win


By CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
The Keystone Heights girls'
basketball team won its third
straight game, capping the
regular season with a 58-28 win
over Ridgeview on Feb. 3 in,
Orange Park.
Karlyn Reddish scored 13
points and had six assists and
five steals for the Indians (17-
7), who have won each of their
last three games by at least 30
points.
p The Indians held Ridgeview
to three points in the first
quarter and built a 2.0-point lead
at the half.
t Jessica Whitfield also scored.
in double figures for Keystone
with 11 points. Kaylene.
Rountree led the team in
rebounding with nine.
Keystone' will play either
Bradford or Interlachen in the


semifinals of the District 4-3A
tournament, which Keystone is
hosting, on Thursday, Feb. 10,
at 7:30 p.m. The winner will
play either Santa Fe, Fort White
or Union County for the district
championship on Saturday, Feb.
12, at 7:30 p.m.
Santa Fe and Keystone are
the top two seeds in the
tournament.
Score by Quarter
KHHS: 15 20 -15 '8-58
RHS: 3 12 5 8-28
Keystone Scoring, (58):
Cherish Beck 6, Leanne Harris
3, Ashley Knabb 3, Mary Anne
McCall 4, Ashley Passwater 2,
Mindy Poupard 5, Reddish 13,
Rountree 4, Kellie Spaulding 7,
Whitfield 1-1.. 3-pointers:
Poupard, Reddish. Free
Throws: r8-28.

Earlier result:


KH 57 Baker Co. 24
Keystone scored all the
points it needed in the first half
in a 57-24 win over visiting
Baker County on Feb. 1.
The Indians, who led 30-13 at
the half, were led in scoring by
Cherish Beck and Mindy
Poupard, who had 12 and 11
points, respectively.
Mary Anne McCall had 10
rebounds and Leanne Harris
had seven assists.

Score by Quarter
BCHS: 7 6 2 9-24
KHHS: 14 16 5 22-57


Keystone Scoring (57): Beck
12, Harris 2, Knabb 2, McCall 4,
Poupard 11, Reddish 2,
Rountree 8, Spaulding 6, Dani
Suit 3, Whitfield 7. 3-pointers;
Poupard, Suit. Free throws: 1 -
12.


Clay defeats KH boys 58-43


TITLE
Continued from p. 3C
advancing to the district
championship match, which
.qualified them for the regional
playoffs. However, by virtue of
being district champs, the


Indians get to host a Region I
quarterfinal match Thursday,
Feb. 10, against Episcopal at 7
p.m.
The winner of that match will
play either Panama City Beach
Arnold or Crawfordville
Wakulla in, a semifinal match
on Tuesday, Feb. 15, at 7 p.m.


Keystone would hostt either
team.
Santa Fe (10-6) will travel to
Jacksonville Thursday to play
fifth-ranked Bolles in a
quarterfinal match. The winner
will play either Pensacola
Catholic or Perry Taylor
County in the semifinals.


By CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer,


. Keystone could not hang onto
a lead it built in the first half,
scoring just 14 points in the
sec- i-half in a 58-43 loss to
ClayoJin a boys'. basketball
matchup on Feb. 7 in Green
CoveSprings.
The Indians (4-19) led 29-24
F' at the half, but Clay took ,the
lead with a 15-9 third-quarter
3 advantage.
Caleb Whitfield and Greg,
Taylor led Keystone with' 11
Sand 10 points, respectively,
"while Craig Bnnon added eight
points:


BHS
Continued from p. 4C-

Palmer were named to the
honorable mention list.
Guion, who earned both
the Florida Athletic Coaches
Association district five
defensive lineman and most
valuable player awards, and
Weaver, who earned the
FACA district five offensive
lineman award.
Saucer, who was named'to
the National All Stars list.-
S Guon, who played in the


Keystone travels to play
Chiefland on Thursday, Feb.
10, at 7:30 p.m., following a
junior- varsity game, -at-6 p;m.-
The Indians then cap the regular
season Friday, Feb. 11, by
hosting Eagle View at 7 p.m.
Junior varsity teams play at
5:30 p.m.


Score by Quarter
KHHS: 16 13 9
CHS: 15 9 15


5-43
19-58


Keystone Scoring (43):
Bannon 8, Brokas 2, Davis 6,
Evans 2, Snowberger 1, G.
Taylor 10, J. Taylor 3, Whitfield
11. 3-pointers: Davis, Bannon
21 Whitfield 2.


Florida-Califorma Bowl.
PerrN, Weaver. Guion and
Sumpter who were selected to
play in the Shrine Bowl. Guion
did not pla. due to an injury.
Guion, who % as named the
IA-2A Defensive Player of the
Year by the Gaines% ille Sun.
Weaver, Jamison and
Saucer, who were named to the
Sun's first-team All Area
Players of the Year in the
positions of offensive lineman,
utility player and kicker,
respectively.
Guion, who was named to
the Sun's first-team All Area
Defense 'as a defensive
lineman.


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Earlier result:


Santa-Fe-69 -KH49
Keystone ended district play
.with a 2-8 mark after losing 69-
49 to Santa Fe on Feb. 4 in
Alachua.
Taylor led the Indians with
10 points. Tyler Davis scored
eight.

Keystone Scoring (49):
Bannon 3, Brokas 5, Brunink 4,
Davis 8, Leibold 1, Snowberger
2, G. Taylor 10, Whitfield 7,
Yarbrough 7. 3-pointers:
Yarbrough, Davis 2. Free
throws: 24-32.


Japan Ruise, Eric Palmer
and Perry. who were named to
the second-team All Area
Defense by the Sun. Ruise and
Palmer were named .as
defensive lineman and Perry
was named as a utility player.
Six players who were
named to the Sun's All Area
Team as honorable mention
players. The pqsitljo the
players were named to the
team for were Sumpter as a
running back, Chris Smith as a
quarterback, Shauntell Carter,
Johnathan Duncan and David
Frazier as linebackers. and
Corian Garrison as a defensive
lineman.


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