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Title: Union County times
Uniform Title: Union County times (Lake Butler, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Sprintow Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Lake Butler Fla
Creation Date: February 17, 2005
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Newspapers -- Union County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1920?
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 23, no. 35 (Dec. 21, 1934).
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Preceded by: Bradford County times

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    Section A: Main
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        A 2
        A 3
        A 4
        A 5
        A 6
    Section A: Main: Classified Ads
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        A 8
        A 9
    Section A: Main Continued
        A 10
    Section B: Regional News
        B 1
        B 2
        B 3
        B 4
        B 5
        B 6
        B 7
        B 8
        B 9
        B 10
    Section C: Sports and Features
        C 1
        C 2
        C 3
        C 4
        C 5
        C 6
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LB man charged with arson in Providence fire


Farmers'
Market
training
sessions begin
Training session will be.
held for growers
participating in the Farmers'
Market Nutrition Program.
(FMNP) These training
sessions are mandatory for
any first time participants
selling goods at the
Farmers' Market. A training
session is scheduled to take
place on Thursday, March 3
beginning at 6 p.m. The
session will take place at the
Union County Courthouse
located of Main Street in
Lake Butler. For more
information call (850) 487-
4322.


By JAMES REDMOND
Times Staff Writer
A call that got firefighters
out of bed early Saturday
morning has been ruled arson
by the Union County Sheriff's
Office.
Lawrence Scott Andrews,
34, of Lake Butler was arrested
and charged with arson in the
first degree.
According to Captain Garry
Seay of the Union County
Sheriff's Office, just after 7
a.m. on Feb. 12, fire units from
Union County, the city of Lake
Butler, Providence, the city of
Raiford and Columbia County
responded to a house fire at
8617 S.W. CR-245 in
Providence. The call came
from the home's owner.
The owner had spent the
previous night at her mother's
home and returned to take a
shower before going to work.
,As she drove up to the house,
she saw smoke coming from
the master bedroom.
As firefighters arrived on
scene, they reported the fire
had already breached the roof.


.Four units were set up around
the home to help firefighters
attack the fire from different
areas. It took" them more than
an hour to bring the fire under
control.
An inspection of the remains
of the building indicated the
fire might have been
intentionally set. Captain Seay
and Fire Investigator Doug
York, also from the Union
County Sheriff's Office, were
called in to investigate the
suspicious fire.
Once inside, ork
determined that the f.re had
-started in the master bedroom
of the hone.- He furthered
determined the fire had begun
on top of the mattress.
"The rapid burn pattern of
the fire led me to believe the
fire was started with a light
petroleum based product," said
York. He estimated total
damage to the home was
$200,000, making it a total
loss.

See FIRE, p. 5A


Above: An unidentified firefighter and Dennis Whaley of the Lake Butler Fire Department
attempt to extinguish the flames of a house on fire in Providence. Officials from the Union
County Sheriff's Office have ruled the fire arson and arrested one man in connection with
the early Saturday morning blaze. For more, see related story.


Babe Ruth
signup at
Spires
On Saturday, Feb. 19,
beginning at 10 a.m. Babe
Ruth baseball signups will
be held at Spires IGA.
Spires is located on SR-121
in Lake Butler. The fee is
$45 for the first child, $40
for the second child and $30
for every child after the
second. A copy of the
child's birth certificate will
be required. For more
infdiatiorii contact Ranidall
Hicks at (386) 496-4680.

RMC sponsors
volleyball
tournament
The Reception and
Medical Center of Lake.
Butler will sponsor a
volleyball tournament on
Saturday, Feb. 26 beginning
at 9 a.m. It will be held at
the O.J. Phillips recreational
complex located just off SR-
121 south in Lake Butler. In
case of rain, the event will
be held at the Lake Butler
Middle School gymnasium.
Teams will consist of six
players and the cost to enter
is $5 per-person. For more
information contact Major'
Highland at (386) 496-6004.

UCHD has flu
shots available
The Union County
Health Department has flu
shots available for any
resident Of Union County.
The shots will be given free
of charge. The health
department is located on
SR-121 in Lake Butler. For
more information call (386)
496-3211. It's not too late to
get a flu shot.

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
JLake Butler Elementary
School. For more
information call (386) 496-
3040.


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.


Arbor Day celebrated

in Lake Butler


By JAMES REDMOND
Times Staff Writer
On Feb. I 1, the city of Lake
Butler, the Florida Division of
Forestry (DOF) an-d Lake
Butler Middle School (LBMS)
celebrated Arbor Day by
planting trees in the area
dit;ly.it front of Spires IGA..
City commissioners Lynn
Bishop and Fletcher Myers,
Mayor-Brantley Crawford and
City Manager Richard Tillis
along with representatives
from the DOF joined students
from LBMS to plant trees to
commemorate the day. Holly
Tucker's sixth grade students
had the honor of digging the
holes to plant. the trees.
I DOF Ranger Jay Tucker told
the students about the history
of Arbor Day just before
planting the trees. "Trees are
every important part of our
everyday lives," said Tucker.


In all, 38 trees were planted
during the day-long
celebration. This is the third
year of the event. Both the city
and DOF hope to keep it an
annual event. "If we run out of
room here we'll find some
more," said Tillis.
The trees were planted along
the same route that will soon
be the city'sttrailway:path. The
trail will run from Lake Butler
to Palataka. The Florida
division of Greenways and
Trailways is sponsoring the
project along with the city.
Arbor Day began in the
1800s. J. Sterling Morton, a
journalist of the- time, moved
to Nebraska to find it had very
few trees. Himself and his wife
were both nature lovers, and
knew the many benefits trees
provided.

See ARBOR, p. 6A


County seeks property

for new library site


By JAMES REDMOND
Times Staff Writer
On Feb. 10, the Union
County Board of County
Commissioners conducted a
special meeting to consider
buying property for a new
library building.
"Various properties have
been viewed and the site across
from the health department is
the best site for it," said
Chairman Wayne Smith. The
property is located at the
corner of SR-100 and N.W. 5th
avenue. The site. has been


appraised to be worth
$175,000.
The board is looking at two-
ways to pay for the property.
The first option would to be
get a loan for the property and
have the payments come out of
the library's budget. "Making a
loan payment from my funds is
feasible through careful
budgeting practices," said
Union County Public Library
Director Mary Brown.
The second idea was to .pay
for the property directly from

See SITE, p. 5A


Davis named Lake Butler Elementary Teacher of the Year


By JAMES REDMOND
Times Staff Writer
Mary Anne Davis has a
simple teaching
philosophy-she seeks to
instill a desire in her students
to become life long learners.
She demonstrates that
philosophy in her classroom
each day. "My philosophy of
teaching is demonstrated in my
classroom practices through
my high expectations of my
students," said Davis. "I
continually challenge my
students while supporting them
in reaching their goals."
Recently Davis was named
Teacher of the Year at Lake
Butler Elementary School. She
was nominated and selected by
her peers to be the outstanding
teacher at LBES for the 2004-
2005 school year.
Davis said she finds


cooperative learning groups to
be an effective tool as well.
"They help to teach not only
academics, but also develop
moral character and caring
relationships between
students," said Davis. "It
allows students the opportunity
to see the value in themselves
as well as others."
Davis said the groups give
students the opportunity to
make a contribution to the
learning environment. "-The-
class thereby reflects the
unique minds and talents of the
students within in the class,"
said Davis.
Davis cited LBES's writing
instruction training has having
a particularly profound effect.
on her classroom. "Since
incorporating this instruction,
the school's average writing
scores pave increased from 2.9
.to 4.0,' said Davis.


Davis interweaves literacy
into her instruction throughout
the entire school day.'
"Students begin the day.
reading books they have.
selected, said Davis. They
are then put into small groups
to discuss what they have read.
During this time Davis
models effective reading
strategies with think aloud
processes. "Students are given
the opportunity to work in
small- groups during this time,"
said Davis.
For example, a group leader
will read aloud and then ask
questions about the meaning of
certain words. This is followed
by a short summary of the
work and a prediction as to
what will happen in the next
portion of the text. "The role of

See DAVIS, p. 6A


Mary Anne Davis was recently named Teacher of the
Year at Lake Butler Elementary School.


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Getting dirty for a good cause


Above: Seth Parrish from Holly Tucker's sixth grade class at Lake Butler
Middle School works to dig a hole to plant a tree for Arbor Day. All Tucker's
classes participated in the day long event. Officials from the city of Lake
Butler and the Florida Division of Forestry joined the children during the
event. For more on the Arbor Day, see related story. For more pictures from
the event see inside pages.


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Page 2A UNION COUNTY TIMES Feb. 17, 2005


'Above: Treasa Barber and Shawna Burnsed (Top) won
first place for their Career Health Display. Lakisha Witter
'qBottom left) took second place in the medical math
competition. Mallory Wise (Bottom right) won second
place in medical terminology competition.

,,HOSA students headed

,for state competition


By JAMES REDMOND
rtla Times Staff Writer

Four students from Union
County High School's Health
Occupations Students of
America (HOSA) club have
earned spots in this year's state
competition.
Treasa Barber, Shawna
Burnsed, Lakisha Witter and
Mallory Wise finished well
enough in the area's regional
competition to move on to the
state competition to be held
Orlando on April 21-24. The
group beat out several area
high schools including
Bradford and Columbia
County high schools to move
on.
Barber, daughter-ofJane and.,
Paul Barber of Lake Butler and
Burnsed, daughter of, Sheila
and Frances Burnsed .of- .
Raiford, teamed up totake first
place in the Career Health
Display competition. The duo
made a display showing the
different aspects of a career in
phlebotomy.
A phlebotomist is the
individual in the medical field
that is called on to draw blood
from patients when the need
arises. Both girls are looking
toward a career in the field
after high school.
Along with the display, the
team had to present a five
minute oral presentation to the
judges. The presentation
included why they chose the
field, what they learned from
their research and how they
searched the project.
Witter, daughter of Samuel
nd Mary Jakson of Lake
utler, placed second in the
liedical math category of the
Competition. Witter was
quired to take a test
insisting of 50 questions. She
was given 90 minutes to
complete the test.
The test consisted of five
areas including conversions,
computation of drug doses,
calculating IV flow rate, intake
jand output and ratios and
proportions. Witter is planning
pn pursuing a career in urology
tfter high school.

UCHS offers
L tutoring
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union county High
School will offer tutoring to
Sany UCHS student in need
of academic or FCAT help.
I Tutoring will take place
Monday-Thursday from
3:15 p.m.-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. .

Dedication set

for Church of
iGod by Faith
SThe Community Revival
Outreach Ministries Church
of God by Faith will hold a
-dedication service on
Saturday, Feb. 19 beginning
at noon. The church is
Located at 635 SW. Ist
Street in Lake Butler.
Everyone is invited. For
more information call (352)
S318-1230.


The conversion part of the
test required competitors to
convert units of measure from
one form to another. For
example, contestants were
asked how many pounds were
in one kilogram. Units of
temperature, length and weight
were also included in the
exam.
Wise, daughter of Ron and
Beverly Wise of Lake Butler,
won second place in the
medical terminology portion of
the competition. Wise was
required to take an exam
consisting of 100 questions.
She had 90 minutes to
complete the test.
The test consisted of 12
areas including ing the root
word ,of ,a ~iqal ,.gPI,:
combining terms and
identifying terms from areas of
the body such as the skeletal or
muscular region.
The main part of the test,
which was 45 percent of the
total exam, asked contestants
about the origin of individual
medical terms. Competitors
were required to give *the root
word for the term, define any
prefixes or suffixes and to
show where certain terms were
combined from.
Lori Howard, advisor of the
HOSA program at UCHS and
team sponsor, said she was
very proud of the team. "We
were up against other high
schools that sent many more
participants than we did," said
Davis. The group competed
against schools such as
Co!umbia County High School
and Gainesville High School.
The state event will
challenge the girls even more
than the regional did. The
event will take place at the
DoubleTree .. Hotel in
downtown Orlando.
If the girls win at the state
competition, they will move on
to Nashville, Tenn. This
summer to compete in the
national competition.


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


Editorial/Opinion

Thursday, Feb. 17, 2005


Dear Editor:
Friday, Feb. I I, was a special
day for Lake Butler Middle
School. The Division of
Forestry came here and told us
all about Arbor Day. We made
paper out of crushed up
newspapers and we walked
down to Spires and planted 38
trees in one day. We all had a
wonderful time helping the
environment and making
Union County more beautiful.
We would like to thank the
city and the forestry division
for giving us our own baby
Redwood tree. Thank you
Union County for letting, us
have a wonderful learning
experience.

Jacqueline Anderson,
Indacia Hope, Whittiny
Jenkins, Alissa Griffis, Hannah
Griffis and Kevin Hunter sixth
grade Lake Butler Middle
School


Dear Editor:
On Friday, Feb. 11, we went to


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Union County Bal
baseball/T-ball sign-up
held the next
Saturdays-Feb. 19 a
26-at Spires IGA
Butler.
The sign-up period w
a.m.-2 p.m. each day.
ages 4-15 may sign up
should be prepared to
copies of their birth cert
For more information
call Randy Hicks at (3
4680.

T.O.P.S he
open house
Take Off Pounds
Sensibly (T.O.P.S.)
hold an open house
Thursday, Feb. 17,
5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m.
take place in the fellow
hall of the First U
Methodist Church of
Butler located on SR-
Lake Butler. Inform
will be provided on h
change your eating sty
healthy sensible way
more information call
496-2107.

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plant trees in front of Spires
IGA store. Friday was Arbor
Day. We walked from the
school to Spires. The Division
of Forestry taught us more
about trees than what we
knew. We thank the Division
of Forestry for helping us and
giving us our own tree to take
home. The city council
sponsored the activity, and
gave us bigger trees to plant.
We think we helped Lake
Butler a whole lot by the
planting the trees. "Altogether,
we planted 38 trees. We would
like to thank everyone for this
learning experience.

Ashley Horton and
Ari-Ann Jones sixth grade
Lake Butler Middle School.
Dear Editor:
Last Friday was Arbor Day.
Our science class walked down
to Spires and planted 38 trees.
We want to thank the Division
of Forestry for letting us get to
have this experience. We also
want to thank them for
providing us with trees to take
home. We want to thank the
school board for allowing us to
leave campus on this educating


Farmers'

meeting set
Union County will host a
special workshop for people
who are participating in the
Farmers' Market Nutrition
Program. Growers who wish to
participate and have not done so
in the past must come to this
mandatory meeting.
The program is aimed at
providing fruits and vegetables


field trip.

Chelsie Hersey, James
Herndon, Michael Howell,"
Ashley Johnson, Dylan Combs,
Bryan Holmes, Emily Holmes,
Issac Johnson and Kaleb
Green sixth grade Lake Butler
Middle School

Dear Editor:
Friday, Feb. I 11, was Arbor
Day for our school. Arbor Day
is a day when we recognize the
importance of trees and plant
them. The Division of Forestry
taught us about the product of
trees. We also made
homemade paper out of
newspaper. We thank the
Division of Forestry for
helping us plant trees and
giving us trees to take home to
plant. We planted 38 trees on
Friday. We also thank the city
council for giving us the area
to plant the trees.


Mathew Hawkins and
Tyler Dyal sixth grade Lake
Butler Middle School.


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


welding and many other career
choices are available.
Call 904-966-6764 to find
out more.


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.


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.

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.


Children I pregnant WomeIIn, new events. SJInhE vl unIIteers
and they mothers, women who are make a difference in the lives
present nursing and the elderly. of elders and their caregivers.
ificates. The training session is set for SHINE is part of a
nific please Thursday, March 3, at the nationwide network of state Historical
86) 496- pUnion County Courthouse at 6 health insurance programs Society will
- Fd i"fore about th6.r6gtifain...4und ~gbhugh gn.tsfirot h..e .
and other locations where Centers .or Medicare and ld meeting
)lds training will be he'd' call Med i Services (CMS), the The Union County
Jessica Basham or Annette federal Medicare agency. Historical Society will meet
Bailey at the Florida For more information, call on Monday, Feb. 28, at 7
Department of Agriculture 850- the Elder Helpline at 1-800- p.m. The meeting will take
will 487-4322. 262-2243. place in the Townsend
se on Building located on Main
from W ant a high- St. in Lake Butler. For more
It will .F I p o l a information call (386) 496-
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Members of the Lake Butler senior FFA chapter are: Adam Adkins, J.M. Albritton, Andrea
Andrews, Christine Andrews, Parker Andrews, Sondra Andrews, Ron Angel, Tara Arnold,
Nathan Ashe; Steven Baggett, Bailey Cameron, Seth Bass, Haliegh Bates, Samantha
Baynum, Nathan Beasley, Joe Beavins, Javaris Belford, Spencer Bell, Sarah Bennett, Bela
Bhatt, Ryan Black, Tricia Black, Chelsea Blalock, Ronnie Borts, Heith Box, Kyle Bracewell,
Lindsey Brannen, Acea Brown, Mary Bullock, Brandi Burke, Randy Carlton, Felicia Caroll,
Gail Chandler, Michael Chandler, David Clancy, Ashley Clark, Clay Clark, Kelli clark, Chip
Clemmons, Candace Clyatt, Carolina Clyatt, Donny Clyatt, Jordan Clyatt, Kaleb Clyatt,
Lindsay Clyatt, Kayla conner, Tony Cowger, Amberlee Crawford, Katie Crrawford, Amanda
Crews, Maegan Crockett, Kelsey Croft, Olivia Cubbedge, Brendan Davis, Brandon Davis,
Roth Denson, Travis Denson, Brad Dicks, Tara Dobbs, Tasha Douglass, Zach Dowling,
Chris Doyle, Carissa Driggers, Aaron Dukes, Brandon Dukes, Kendyl Dukes, Melissa
Dukes, Whitney Dukes, Erika Dupree, Billy Eagleston, Brandon Elixson, Garrett Ellington,
Austin Emery, Allen Emmelhaiz, Courtney Floyd, Stephanie Floyd, Brian Franzluebbers,
Cody Garber, Spencer Garber, Tasha Garver, Ryan Germelli, Stephen Gibson, Danielle
Giebeig, Dayle Giebeig, Kerri Gnann, Megan Grebeig, Brandon Griffis, Stephanie Griffis,
Krystal Gunther, Daniel Hall, Darren Hall, Jenna Handley, Cara Hannon, Justin Hanson,
Bruce Harris, Chris Harris, Doney Harris, Solana Harris, Kristy Hawkins, Hannah Hayes,
Stacie Hendricks, Gerard Hendrith, Justin Higginbotham, Vania Hines, Phillip Holmes,
Hannah Honour, Justin Howard, Megan Howard, Cory Howell, Justin Howell, Justin
Hulling, Michelle Hunter, Stacy Hutton, T.J. Hutton, Sampson Jackson, Timmy Jackson,
Tianna Jarvis, Lacey Johnson, Kenzie Jones, Ricky Jones, Miranda Kent, Rodney King,
Preston Kinsey, Michelle Kirby, Chris Kirkland, Tara Kirkpatrick, Eric Knight, Thomas
Koontz, Jennifer Lake, Alicia Lane, Kelly Lane, Jessica Lansford, Misty Lee, Ryan Lee,


Nadia Lewis, Walter Littles, Kerrie Lynch, Stephanie Lynch, Randall Mann, Mallory Martin,
Matthew Mauga, Breanne McCloy, Shannon McCrea, Leah McDowell, Wade McDowell, i
Steven McGovern, Mark McMillian, Haley McMinn, Trey McRae, Amber Miller, Jami Mobley,
Jessica Montgomery, Brannon Moody, Heather Morris, Barbara Ann Mosley, Deam j
Mundroff, Christine Nguyen, Kasey Nobles, Cason Norman, Josh Norman, Derek Norrisj
Brendan Odem, Joey O'Hern, Willie Oliver, Devin Osbourne, Tyler O'Steen, Brittany .
Parrish, Kyle Parrish, Jill Peacock, Chris Perry, Chris Perry, Destini Perry, Emerson Perry,
Hali Perrymen, Brett Pittman, Kari Pittman, Timmy Pittman, Shana Raber, Scott Raulerson,
Holly Reed, Kayla Register, Julie Rehteridge, Daniel Rengering, Farren Richardson,
Chelsea Ricks, Channing Rigdon, Austen Roberts, Tabitha Rodgers, Jonathon Rodgers,
Mallory Rodgers, Donnie Roiser, Nikki Sandquist, Tristan Sandquist, Austin Sapp, John
Sapp, Zeke Scaff, Morganne Schlipf, Elizabeth Schuler, Tabatha Seay, Kayla Shadd, Terry
Shealey, Brandon Shoup, Jeremy Shuler, Whitney Sikes, Adam Smith, C.J. Spiller,
Matthew Stalnaker, Jessica Starling, Michelle Starling, Miles Stidham, Brantley Sweat,,
Zach Sweat, Whitney Sikes, Mallory Tetstone, Austin Thomas, Cailey Thomas, Lauren
Thomas, Olivia Thomas, Waylon Thornton, Brannon Tift, Kevin Todd, Samantha
Touchstone, Joey Trowell, Kenneth Tuten, Kyle Tuten, Michael Vandusen, Michael Vinci,
Brad Ward, Bryan Ward, Jamie Waters, John Waters, Manzy Watkins, Robert Weinstein,
Megan Welch, Kimberely West, John Whitehead, Deanna Wight, Jennifer Wight, Brandon
Williams, Eric Williams, Justin Williams, Katie Williams, Lyndsey Williams, Marcia
Williams, Elliot Willis, Loren Willis, Caleb Williams, Celeste Wilson, Ashlyn Woodington,
Austin Woodington, Tyler Woodington, Brooke Worrell, Whitney Worthington and Rebekah
Yarbrough.


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Lake Butler FFA recognized for its achievements


Above: The officers of the Lake Butler FFA are 1st row: Andrea Andrews, President
and Loren Willis, Vice President. 2nd row: Celeste Wilson, Parliamentarian, Jill
Peacock, Reporter, Leah McDowell, Secertary and Ashley Clark, Treasurer. 3rd row:
Kendyl Williams, Chaplain and Aaron Dukes, Sentinenal.


By JAMES REDMOND
Times Staff Writer
1 ne Lake Butler FFA has
received many accolades in the
past year.
During the FEA's .national
con'efiti6h-n Odtober ''004,
the chapter's parliamentary
procedure team placed fourth
in the nation. The team
consisted of Kaleb Clyatt,
Loren Willis, Lindsay Clyatt,
Leah McDowell, Jill Peacock,
Andrea Andrews and Bryan
Ward. FFA advisor Charlotte
Emerson led the team.
Also in October, the
chapter's poultry judging team
placed ninth in the nation at
national convention. Team
members included Justin
Crawford, Ashlyn
Woodington, Katie Williams,
Courtney Floyd, Kerrie Lynch
and Lacey Johnson. FFA
advisor David Harris led the
team.
The chapter's agricultural


issues team went to the
national competition as well.
While there, they received a
bronze medal for their effort.
The team consisted of Austin
Woodington, Kerri Gnann,
Megan Giebeig, Katie
Crawford, Tabitha Roberts,
Je'ni'ifer "Lake"'inh Ja" ,Ami
Mobley. Emerson led the team
to their medal.
Not only do the students of
the program get recognized for
their efforts, but their advisors
do as well. The National
Association of Agricultural
Educators (NAAE) recognized
David Harris as its
Outstanding Young Member in
2004. Harris also garnered the
association's Outstanding
young member award for the
state of Florida as well.
The program itself was
recognized by the NAAE for
its outstanding performance in
2004. The program was
selected as the NAAE's
Outstanding Middle/Secondary
Agricultural Education


Program for 2004. The g
program won the award for the .
state as well.
The program is frequently
listed as one of the top three in ,
the state. Considering Union
County is the smallest county '4
of' the 67> in ,Florida; this 'is,'
quite an accomplishment, The ;
program strives for excellence ;
in everything it does. q
The students, as well as the .
advisors, are very driven in .
their quest to reach their high it
goals. "We all put in the extra q
effort that is required to get it
done," said Harris.
Community support for the :
chapter is evident as well. ;
Whether it's a trip to a sub- B
district contest or a trip clear :i
across the country, local :
businesses, as well as
individuals, make sure the;
chapter has what .it needs to !,
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Above: Roger Teeple (left), presidents of the NAAE, and
Cheryl Salley (right), of John Deere, present David Harris
with the Most Outstanding Young Member award.

UC teacher recognized as


Above: Dennis Hann of Case International, David Harris,
Donna Harris, Duke Emerson, Charlotte Emerson,
TomWilliams, Lori Williams and Roger Teeple, president
of the NAAE all stand while the educators are presented
their award for the Outstanding Middle/Secondary
Agricultural Education Program award.


outstanding young member UCHS ag program receives top
David Harris of Raiford, an EventF(CDE, tears.eDespite Tree, Teaching with Mltiple h;A
ad~ rdatFFA Cartle eD r DlevelopempeTnrte ie nrRuip 0r at national convention
advisor for the Lake Butler t t ea m D t Intelligences, Brain Res Harich h n-
'the fact that Union County is ad
]FA. is o nPne f six individuals ..and Energy Bridges. Hart-is ,


who received the National
Association of Agricultural
Educators (NAAE)
Outstanding Young Member
Award on, Dec. 11 at the
NAAE annual conference held
in Las.Vegas, Nv.
.A graduate' of Union County
High School, Harris returned
home to teach. With a lifelong
commitment to education,
Harris strives to educate the
entire student. Harris said he
believes that education goes
beyond the scope of sharing
mere knowledge and
information the classroom. .
.A former football coach,
Harris now coaches various


the smallest county in Florida,
Lake Butler FFA is a perennial
powerhouse in state and
national FFA programs.
"To those who helped make
the trip more enjoyable, we
thank you," said Harris. "The
support in this community is
second to none. We are truly
blessed to be surrounded by
such a tremendous group of
.individuals."
Harris' professional
accomplishments include
being Nationally Board
Certified and Teacher of the
Year. Harris also employs
various teaching strategies
acquired from workshops
focused on Project Learning


serves on the local board of
directors of Farm Btureau and
hosts college education interns.
Each of the six' regional
winners received a plaque,
cash award and expense paid
trip to attend the annual
conference. John Deere
sponsors the Outstanding
Young Member Award.
NAAE is the professional
association for agricultural
educators. The mission of the
NAAE is professionals
providing agricultural
education for the global
community through visionary
leadership, advocacy and
service.


Union County High School
is one of six schools in the
nation that received the
National Association Of
Agricultural Educators
(NAAE) Outstanding
Middle/Secondary Agricultural
Education Program award on
Dec. 11 .at the NAAE annual
conference held in Las Vegas,
Nv.
Instructors for the program
are Charlotte Emerson. Tom
Williams and David Harris.
Vocation is derived from the
word "vocare" which literally
means "a call to service." The
agriculture teachers of UCHS
said they believe that they
have found their calling. All
three teachers at UCHS serve
as positive role models-for
their students as well as those
interested in a career in
teaching.
They have each hosted


multiple student teachers.
Additionally, all three of the
teachers are National Board
Certified and have been
recognized on the district level
as Teacher of the Year. Yet,
they continue to actively seek
ways to further improve their
effectiveness as teachers,
"We would like to thank all
of those who helped make this
a more enjoyable trip," said
Emerson. "The support in this
community is second to none."
We are truly blessed to be
surrounded by such a
tremendous group of
individuals.
Despite the fact Union
County is the smallest county
in the state of Florida, the Lake
Butler FFA is a powerhouse in
state and national programs.
"Ask any teacher in Florida to
name the three best agriculture
programs and FFA chapters in


the state and Lake Butler will
undoubtedly make the list
practically every time," .said
Ed Osborne, professor and
chair at the University of
Florida.
The Outstanding
Middle/Secondary Agricultural
Education Program award
recognizes the nation's most
successful agricultural
programs. It highlights the
local programs and teachers
that achieve success. Each:of
the six regional.- winnerss
received a plaque, cash award
and an expense paid trip to'
attend the annual conference in
Las Vegas. Case International
sponsors the Outstanding
Middle/Secondary School
Agricultural Education
Program award.
The. NAAE is the;j
professional association for ,::
agricultural educators. ..,
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fire. Several
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investigators
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Andrews was
the Union County
granted no bond.
been turned over
attorney's o
prosecution. No
date had been se
time. If convict
faces a maximiim
30 years in prison.


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building. The a
property value of
library building
available at the me
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"Red" Clyatt m
authorize Smith
the purchase of the
the county's
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seconded the mo
passed with a 5-0 v
Clyatt made a se
to authorize the
approve a binder ii
of $1,000 for the p
a 90 day clo
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seconded the. r
passed 5-0 as well.
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proposal from Cal-
preliminary ge
investigation of t
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in a library, a sitt
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can be deemed
library site. A
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: : Big Ban and The Artie Shaw Orchestra, the
13 B nO and third event in Lake City

m 1 p. 1A jazz sounds Community College's Lyceum
"PSeries, will perform at 7:30 p.m.,
come to LCCC Tuesday, Feb. 22, at the Alfonso
igaling the Te Levy Performing Arts Center.
gating tYork The big band era and the classics Tickets are $14 general admission,
and York of jazz will be ushered into the $13 seniors, and $12 for LCC
ws about the Alfonso Levy Performing Arts
inconsistent Aeonso Levy Paer oring Ants staff, students, and students from
Center at Lake City Community
irned hair on College (LCCC) Tuesday, Feb. 22,
wrist led with a performance by the Artie Three Rivers
to believe Shaw Orchestra. The orchestra is
suspect. conducted by Boston-area native implementS
booked into Dick Johnson. impements
Jail and was Arthur Arshawsky, born in May lag.l
The case has 1910 in New York City, became h elpline
to the state Artie Shaw and one of the great Three Rivers Legal Services,
office for American clarinetists and a popular Inc. which provides legal help
arraignment band leader of the 1930s and 40s. for low-income people, has
t as of press He is considered one of the few implemented a Legal Helpline
entence outstanding jazz musicians whose i in its Jacksonville office.
Sentence commitment to jazz was uncertain. Callers will have the
Shaw began playing in high opportunity to receive advice
school and turned professional in and brief services over the
1925. The first signs of-indecision,' telephone from trained legal
nd can be came in the early 1930s, when he .'staff. Callers will initially be
496-2261 or retired from music for a year. Later, screened for income and
yahoo.com in 1935 at a New York swing ;program eligibility. If qualified, t
concert, Shaw played one of his an appointment will then be set &
own compositions accompanied by for an attorney or supervised
a string quartet. A jazz and dance! paralegal to call the client back. v
)m p. 1A band with a string section followed, By implementing the Legal u
but in 1937 he reformed his band Helpline, Three Rivers will be v
old library along more conventional lines. He able to provide more services to s
approximate rose to fame in the swing era with, more individuals in a briefer n
f the current such memorable hits as "Stardust,", period of time. Three Rivers Y
was not and the Cole Porter tune "Begin the Will also be able to reach clients 4
eting. Beguine." in the rural community that
r Meliane From 1930 Shaw lived would normally not have the
motioned to alternately in Mexico and the means to come into one of its
to negotiate United States, experimenting with Offices.
e property on small jazz combos that he called The helpline is being. funded t
behalf. the "Gramercy Five." While liy the Legal Services
orris Dobbs several public comebacks followed, )Corporation. In addition Equal
)tion and it including leadership of a U.S. Navy Justice Works has provided two S
vote. orchestra, he dissociated himself AmeriCorps Pro Bono Legal ai
,cond motion from jazz almost totally after the Corps volunteer attorneys to o0
county to early 1950s. assist with the implementation T
n the amount In a 1984 interview with (),f the helpline. The two M
property with Newsweek, Shaw recalled the attorneys, Melissa Long and 3:
)sing date. reasons why he put down his J ulie Santioni, are responsible m
aren Cossey clarinet: "My standards got so f or recruiting and training law bt
motion and bloody high it was torture. People students from Florida Coastal to
always ask me why I don't play for School of Law to help operate ir
presented a my own amusement. I say, 'What's t lie helpline. G
-Tech to do a amusing about it?'" Shaw 94, died Three Rivers Legal Services 49
eotechnical last year on Dec. 30 of i"; a nonprofit organization that
he property. complications from diabetes at his provides free civil legal
eight of books home in. Thousand Oaks, Calif. services in 17 counties in North
e must meet Shaw, a rival of Benny Goodman, Central Florida. Three Rivers
nts before it tied the knot eight times. Two of h as its main office in
a suitable his marriages were to stars Lana Gainesville, with branch offices IN
Turner and Ava Gardner. i.n Lake City and Jacksonville.
motion was Attorney Allison Thompson is
horize the Reedman Dick Johnson says he th-ie executive director-of the
passed with a decided to become a musician in program *
the early 1940s when he saw Shaw Callers can reach the Legal Deu
Splay in the movie. "Second Helpline Monday through DC
Chorus." Ironically, he didn't take "Thursday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Ban
music seriously until he was aboard by dialing toll free 1-866-256- Cali
a U.S. Navy ship with musicians 8'091. Bac


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wno needed a saxophonist.
In 1980, Johnson recorded
"Carioca" on clarinet. The record
was sent to Artie Shaw, Who
applauded Johnson's talent. Shaw
wrote the following note to
Johnson's manager: "You wanted
to hear what I think of Dick
Johnson's clarinet playing. OK. As
of this time, he's the best I've ever
heard. Bar nobody. And you can
-quote me on that, anywhere,
anytime." When Shaw decided to
form a new band in the early 1980s
- his first in some 30 years it
was Johnson he called on.
Of his new band, which plays
Shaw arrangements of "Stardust,"
Begin the Beguine,'" "Rose Room,"
"Nightmare" and other hits, Shaw
has said, "You know I didn't
realize until I put the band back
together again how durable this


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open house
Take Off Pounds *
Sensibly (T.O.P.S.) 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 SR-100 in
Lake Butler. Information
will be provided on how to
change your eating style to a
healthy sensible way. For
more information call (386)
496-2107.

UCHS holds
FCAT tutoring
on Saturday
Union County High
School will offer FCAT
tutoring classes from
Saturday, Feb. 5, until
Saturday, Feb. 26. Classes
vill take place from 9 a.m.
until noon. These classes
vill be in addition to after
school tutoring sessions. For
[ore information to sign
our child up contact
Geraldine Griffis at (386)
96-3040.


JCHS offers
utoring
Union County High
school will offer tutoring to
ny UCHS sttident in need
f academic or FCAT help.
utoring will take place
londay-Thursday from
15 p.m.-4:15 p.m. Parents
ust sign their children up
before they will be allowed
participate. For more
formation contact
eraldine Griffis at (386)
96-3040 ext. 4946.


LLGALS

THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
8TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR UNION
COUNTY
No. 63-2004-0057-CA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
tsche Bank National Trust
pany formerly known as
kers Trust Company of
fomia, N.A., a Trustee for Asset
ked 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 Plaintiff
and Patricia A. Tyler; Transouth
Mortgage Corporation, is/are
Defendantss, 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 LAND;
THENCE CONTINUE RUNNING
33 DEGREES 43'19" W,
CONTINUING ALONG SAID EAST
RIGHT OF WAY 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 I)ISTANCE
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 forthat purpose.
Dated the 2nd day of February, 2005.
REGINA PARRISH
Clerk of Citcuit Court
By: Julia Croft
Deputy Clerk
CODILIS & STAWIARSKI, P.A.
4010 Boy Scout Boulevard, Suite 450
Tampa, FL 33607
Telephone: 813-877-6008
C&S #10-04-2111
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NOTICE OF ENACTMENT OF
ORDINANCE BY THE CITY
COMMISSION OF CITY OF
LAKE BUTLER, FLORIDA
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a
proposed ordinance, which title
hereinafter appears, will be
considered for enactment by the City
Commission of City of Lake Butler,
Florida, at a public hearing on
February 28, 2005 at 5:15 p.m., or as
soon thereafter as the matter can be
heard, in the City Commission
Meeting Room, in the City of Lake
Butler City Hall at 125 East Main
Street, Lake Butler, Florida. Copies
of said ordinance may be inspected
by any member of the public at the
Office of the City Manager in the,City
of Lake Butler City Hall, at 125 East
Main Street, Lake Butler, Florida,
during regular business hours. On
the date, time and place first above
mentioned, all interested persons
may'appear and be heard with
respect to the proposed ordinance.
ORDINANCE NO. 05-01
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF
LAKE BUTLER, FLORIDA,
AMENDING ORDINANCE NO. 92-
3, AS AMENDED; ENTITLED CITY
OF LAKE BUTLER LAND
DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS,
BY AMENDING SECTION 2.1
ENTITLED DEFINITIONS,
GENERAL TO ADD DEFINITIONS
RELATED TO SEXUALLY
ORIENTED BUSINESSES;
AMENDING SECTION 4.2
ENTITLED SUPPLEMENTARY
DISTRICT REGULATIONS TO
ADD SECTION 4.2.33 ENTITLED
SEXUALLY ORIENTED
BUSINESSES; .AMENDING
SECTION 4.12 ENTITLED
COMMERCIAL, GENERAL (CG)
ZONING DISTRICT TO PROHIBIT
LIVE ENTERTAINMENT;
AMENDING SECTION 4.13i
ENTITLED COMMERCIAL,
INTENSIVE (CI) ZONING
DISTRICT TO ADD CERTAIN
SEXUALLY ORIENTED
BUSINESSES AS PERMITTED
PRINCIPAL USES BY RIGHT;
AMENDING SECTION 12.1.1.1
ENTITLED BOARD OF
ADJUSTMENT: APPEALS: HOW
rAKEN; AMENDING SECTION
12.1.6 ENTITLED APPEALS,
GENERAL; AMENDING SECTION
13.2 ENTITLED HEARINGS
BEFORE BOARD OF
ADJUSTMENT; AMENDING
SECTION 14.1 ENTITLED
GENERAL; PROVIDING
SEVERABILITY; REPEALING ALL
ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT; AND
PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE
This public hearing may be continued
to one or more future dates. Any
interested party shall be advised that
the date, time and place of any
continuation of this public hearing
shall be announced during the public
hearing and that no further notices
concerning the matter will be
published.
All persons are advised that, if they
decide to appeal any decisions made
at the above referenced public
hearing, they will need a record of the
proceedings and, for such purpose,
they may need to ensure that a
verbatim record of the proceedings is
made, which record includes the
testimony and evidence upon which
the appeal is to be based.
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ARBOR
Continued from p. 1A

After becoming the editor of
Nebraska's first newspaper,
Morton had a forum in which
he could spread agricultural
information. In his articles and
editorials, Morton advocated
tree planting.
On Jan. 4. 1872, Morton
proposed a tree planting
holiday to be known as Arbor
Day. On April 10, 1872, the
first Arbor Day was held. It is
estimated that more than one
million trees were planted that
first Arbor Day.
Today Arbor Day is
celebrated all over United
.States and observed in many
countries as well.


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


DAVIS
Continued from p. 1A

leader is then passed on to the
next student in the group," said
Davis.
Davis incorporates literacy
into her math lessons as well.
"I provide vocabulary
instruction using math terms to
aid students in understanding
the meaning of the question
being asked," said Davis.
Literacy is a large part of
both science and social studies
in Davis' class as well.
"Students apply reading
comprehension strategies to
understand difficult, content.
specific text," said Davis.
When it comes to major
public education issues, Davis
feels testing and accountability
are two major areas that need
to be focused on. "As a fourth
grade teacher, I feel the effects
of the high stakes testing
daily," said Davis. "I am often
torn between preparing my
students for the FCAT and
instilling within them a love
for learning."
Davis sees the need for
accountability, but feels
balance is the key. "We need
'both formal assessments and
alternative assessments," said
ODavis. "'iJutts accountable,
,butgjxeusthe authority anrid
.-res4ceOTto 'SVhat our
professional judgement
indicates."
Davis has an appreciation
for the. home-school
connection as well. "Every
Monday I take the extra time
to send a-parent letter attached
to samples of student work
from the previous week," said
Davis. The. letter include's
announcements 'and reminders
of upcoming events.
The packet also includes an
area for Davis to comment on
each student's individual
behavior. "I give tips and
strategies for parents to help
.their child at home," said
-Davis.
Davis' own education
background includes an
-associate of arts degree from
Santa Fe Community College
as well as a bachelor of arts in
education .and master's of
education from the University
of Florida.
She has also participated in
various continuing education
programs including behavioral
and instructional techniques,
ADHD/ADD training and
Florida Reading Initiative
training. In 1994, Davis
achieved national board
certification from the National
Board of Professional
Teaching Standards.

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

RMC sponsors
volleyball'
tournament
The Reception and
Medical Center of Lake
Butler will sponsor a
volleyball tournament on
Saturday, Feb. 26 beginning
at 9 a.m. It will be held at
th, O.J, Phillips recreational
complex located just off SR-
121 south in Lake Butler. In
case of rain, the event will
be held at the Lake Butler
Middle School gymnasium.
Teams will consist of six
players and the cost to enter
is $5 per person. For more
information contact Major
Highland at (386) 496-6004.


I


Mayor Brantley Crawford
signs the Arbor Day
Proclomation.


No


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.


UCHD has flu
shots available
The Union County
Health Department has flu
shots available for any
resident of Union County.
-The shots will be given free
of charge. The health
department is located on
SR-121 in Lake Butler. For
more information call (386)
496-3211. It's not too late to
get a flu.shot. ,


Left: Holly Tucker's sixth
grade class along with
officials from the city of
Lake Butler and the Florida
Department of Forestry
stand in front of the trees
they have just planted.


/ like to give my energy to
activities that affirm the
oneness of humankind.
-Claire Randall
*1 *


Left: Division of ForestrY'
Ranger Jay Tucker expliiins
to the class how the tre es
need to be planted. Tuc:her
also gave the students
some background on A| 'bor
Day and what he does f1io
protect trees.

Bottom left: Walter BraJiley,'
Bryan Holmes, Amishat
Washington and Caleb,
Green fill in over the tree
with fresh dirt. Green # 'as
required to hold the trfe
straight while the othei s
filled in around it.

Top: Division of Forestry
Ranger and Union Colunty
EMT Buddy Broughton
looks at freshly dug hd-le to
determine if it is deep''
enough to put a tree i, r




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NOTICE OF ZONING
CHANGE
The City Commission of the City of Lake Butler,
Florida, proposes to adopt the following ordinance to
amend the text of the City of Lake Butler Land
Development Regulations, hereinafter referred to as
the Land Development Regulations, affecting the
lands within the corporate limits of the City as shown
in the map below, as follows:
LDR 05-1, an application by the City Commission, to
amend the Land Development Regulations by
amending Section 2.1 entitled Definitions, General to
add definitions related to sexually oriented business-
es; amending Section 4.2 entitled Supplementary
District Regulations to add Section 4.2.33 entitled
Sexually Oriented Businesses; amending Section
4.12 entitled Commercial, General (CG) zoning dis-
trict to prohibit live entertainment; amending Section
4.13 entitled Commercial, Intensive (Cl) zoning dis-
trict to add certain sexually oriented businesses as
permitted principal uses by right; amending Section
12.1.1.1 entitled Board of Adjustment: Appeals: How
Taken; amending Section 12.1.6 entitled Appeals,
General; amending Section 13.2 entitled Hearings
Before Board of Adjustment; amending Section 14.1
entitled General.
CITY OF LAKE BUTLER







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The second of two public hearings concerning the
amendment will be conducted by the City
Commission to consider enactment'of an ordinance
adopting the amendment. The public hearing will be
held on February 28, 2005 at 5:15 p.m. or as soon
thereafter as the matter can be heard, in the City
Commission Meeting Room, City Hall at 125 East
Main Street, Lake Butler, Florida.
The public hearing may be continued to one or more
future dates. Any interested party shall be advised
that the date, time and place of any continuation of
the public hearing shall be announced during the
public hearing and that no further notice concerning
the matter will be published.
The public hearing is being conducted by the City
Commission to consider on second reading an
ordinance adopting said amendment, which title
reads, as follows:
ORDINANCE NO. 05-01.
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF LAKE BUTLER,
FLORIDA, AMENDING THE CITY OF LAKE
BUTLER LAND DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS,
AS ADOPTED BY ORDINANCE NO. 92-3, AS
AMENDED, AS FOLLOWS: AMENDING SECTION
2.1 ENTITLED DEFINITIONS, GENERAL TO ADD
DEFINITIONS RELATED TO SEXUALLY ORIENTED
BUSINESSES; AMENDING SECTION 4.2
ENTITLED SUPPLEMENTARY DISTRICT
REGULATIONS TO ADD SECTION 4.2.33
ENTITLED SEXUALLY ORIENTED BUSINESSES;
AMENDING SECTION 4.12 ENTITLED
COMMERCIAL, GENERAL (CG) ZONING DISTRICT
TO PROHIBIT LIVE ENTERTAINMENT; AMENDING.
SECTION 4.13 ENTITLED COMMERCIAL,
INTENSIVE (CI) ZONING DISTRICT TO ADD
CERTAIN SEXUALLY ORIENTED BUSINESSES AS
PERMITTED PRINCIPAL USES BY RIGHT;
AMENDING SECTION 12.1.1.1 ENTITLED BOARD
OF ADJUSTMENT: APPEALS: HOW TAKEN;
AMENDING SECTION 12.1.6 ENTITLED APPEALS,
GENERAL; AMENDING SECTION 13.2 ENTITLED
HEARINGS BEFORE BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT;
AMENDING SECTION. 14.1 ENTITLED GENERAL;
PROVIDING FOR FINDINGS; PROVIDING FOR
SEVERABILITY, REPEALING ALL ORDINANCES IN
CONFLICT; PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
At the aforementioned public hearing, all interested
parties may appear to be heard with respect to the
amendment and the ordinance adopting said amend-
ment on the date, time and place as state above.
Copies of the amendment and the ordinance adopt-
ing said amendment are available for public inspec-
tion at the Office of the City Manager, City Hall locat-
ed at 125 East Main Street, Lake Butler, Florida, dur-
ing regular business hours.
All persons are advised that if they decide to appeal
any decision made at the above referenced public
hearing, they will need a record of the proceedings,
and that, for such purpose, they may need to ensure
that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made,
which record includes the testimony and evidence
upon which the appeal is to be based.


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41 Auctions
AUCTION EVERY
Thursday & Saturday
night, at 6551 NW. CR
225, Starke. Starts
7:00pm. AB MOOOO
1542, AU MO 0001153.
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.
1985 BRONCO II, 4 wheel
drive, new trans, eng,
brake lines, shocks, cold
air, new battery and
more. REDUCED to
$1000 OBOI Can be
seen at ESP Automotive
on SR21 in Keystone or
call 386-445-6302. Pre-
viously in hospital and
unable to return calls,
please call back.
1998 CHEVY LUMINA,
6cyl, very good condi-
tion. $4,000. Call 904-
964-8985.
1991 NISSAN PATH-
FINDER 4X4. Great
condition, $2500 OBO.
Call 904-964-6770 or
904-769-9454.
FOR SALE, 1973 VW Su-
per Beetle, $5000. New
motor, lots of new parts,
9417 miles. Call for de-
tails 352-478-2200.
2000 CHRYSLER Sebring
Convertible, excellent
condition, PW/PD, AM/
FM/cass, cruise, 78k,
$7100 OBO. Call 904-
964-75328.
LINCOLN TOWNCARS
and part-90-97 motors,
transmissions, all body
parts. Ricks Salvage, US
301N Starke, 904-964-
5184.


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2001 FORD EXPEDITION,
Eddie Bauer, 48,900
miles, V8, 5.4L, new
tires, leather, fully
loaded, towing, package,
tinted windows, CD
changer, 3rd row, excel-
lent condition, 5yr/
75,000 mile warranty.
$17,500. Call 904-964-
0398.
1990 TOYOTA Celica GT,
$1500 OBO needs shift-
ing cable work. 1985
Chevy Conversion Van,
captain's chair, fold out
bed, $800 OBO, needs
seal from drivershaft to
transmission. 1991 Buick
wagon motor in good
shape, needs work on
window motors $600
OBO leave message or
call after 6pm 904-964-
2356.
43 RV's &
Campers
1992 ALLEGRO BAY Mo-
tor home 27' class "C"
460 Ford engine, auto
trans, cruise control, 6
new tires, fully equipped,
very good condition.
$17,500. 904-964-5645.
45 Land for
Sale
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 156thAve) onto NE
10th St, go about 1/2
miles, look for sign. Tax
#07684-000-000.
C.Coolidge Davis Realty,
352-376-2541.
45 Land For
Sale
2 ACRES OF LAND in
Union County off of SR
239-A. Comer 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
Butler. $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 avail-
able. Call 386-496-1146.
46 Real Estate
Out of Area
WE BUY JUNKY
HOUSES, nice ones too.
Can close In under 72
hours. 352-258-0865 pr
webuyjunkyhouses.com.
47 Commercial
Property Rent,
Lease, Sale
IDEAL LOCATION 2800
SQFT building with of-


lice, bam, 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.
4BR/2BA, 64x28, 1993,
Homes of Merit, very
good condition, land-
scaped lot, all electric
heat pump, 2 decks,
large kitchen, FP,
$52,000. Highridgeg Es-
tates, 6321 Dennison
Ave, Keystone, 352-473-
0156.
OFFICE/WAREHOUSE,
3000 sq ft behind
Powell's $750 mth. Call
Smith & Smith Realty at
904-964-9222.
48 Homes For
Sale










35-7388


Central location. Ideal for
senior citizens with 10%
discount on first months
rent for senior citizens.
Rooms with private bath,
$95 $105/wk. Room
without baith, $80. Laun-
dry facilities available.
Close to churches,
stores, downtown shop-
ping, theatre, and morel
See Manager at the
Magnolia,Hotel, across
from the Starke Post Of-
fice. 964-4303.
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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, must 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
1.5 ACRES WITH 1999,
20x60 MH, in Bradford
County, well & septic.
Like new, low down pay-
ment, financing avail-
able. Call 386-496-1146.
OWNER FINANCE 3BR/
2BA doublewide. New
well and septic, 1/3 acre
wooded lot, Keystone
Heights Area $1495
down. Call 352-258-
0865.
3BR DW, 1978,24x36, CH/
A, very good condition.
Must be moved between
April & June. Cash
$8000. Located in
Starke. 352-473-5214.
50 For Rent
NEWLY RENOVATED
APARTMENTS, avail-
able end of February.---
1BR and 2BR. New car-
pet, paint, etc. Located in
downtown Starke. $480
per month, 1st last, and
security. For more infor-
mation call Ramona at
904-964-6305.
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 COM-
PLETE with CH/A, cable
provided, all utilities paid


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RENTALS
Apartments,
Homes &
Office space
(904)
964-5424
WE HAVE 2 OR 3 bedroom
MH, clean, close to
prison, Ideal for small
family or couples. Call
352-468-1323.
GREAT LOCATION, quaint
2 story, 1 BR/1 BA 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 Southern
Villas Drive, Starke, Fl or
call 904-964-7295, TDD/
TTY 711. Equal Housing
Opportunity.
3BR/1BA, FARM house
style, nice neighborhood,
$500/mth, 1st, last,
lease, security. No pets.
Single family residents
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. Very large 3BR/
2BA DW, $575. Good
rental history required.
Small RV 1 person, $70
a week plus electric. Call
Rick @ 352-473-3569.


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.
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.
DWMH FOR RENT, 3BR/
2BA, sound system,
alarm, completely refur-
bished. $600 mth, 1st,
last, and $300 security.
6223 Columbia Street,
Highridge Estates in
Keystone. Call 904-964-
4285.
2 BEDROOM, CH/A, big
screened porch, outside
storage building with
washer and dryer outlets.
Also Camper, both on
nice lot with electric gate
entrance. No pets or chil-
dren under 12. Call 386-
431-1200.
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 or
352-258-0865
RENT-TO-OWN Brand
new construction, site
built home, 3BR/2BA,
large wooded 2/3 acre
lot, Keystone Heights
area. $1995 down. Call
352-258-0865.
RENT-TO-OWN 3BR/2BA
doublewide. New well
and septic,. 1/3 acre
wooded lot, Keystone

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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
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Equal Housing Opportunity


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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.
4/2 HOUSES IN quiet com-
munity just outside the
city limits. $560 per
month. Call Stacey at
904-964-1871.
LAKE FRONT APART-
MENT for rent, 1BR/1 BA,
fumished or unfurnished,
short term okay. Call
352-235-6499.
2BR MH FOR RENT, in MH
park call 904-964-6770
or 904-769-9454.
3BR/2BA IN KEYSTONE,
$450mth. Completely re-
modeled. Call 352-468-
3892 or 352-258-4617.
51 Lost Found
REWARD OFFERED
Pitbull mix, 5 months old,
female, tan & white
markings, white & blue
eyes, no clippings, an-
swers to Sadie. Lost near
Captial 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-


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

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


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325 Commercial Circle, Keystone Heights, FL -cotage oerlooks screwed pool. S389,0o.

1996 Harley Davidson "Falbo" Antiques Collectibles' oHousehold usZW. LTZ".
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FREE PUPPIES, pit bull &
blue tick mix. Call 904-
964-8677.
3 FEMALE CHIHUAHUA
puppies, weeks old,
first worming/shots, will
be ready on 08/24/2005
weekss old), CKC reg-
istered. Colors: 1-blue,
1-tan, 1- white with
brown spots. $250 each.
Call 904-964-9624.
53 Yard Sales
YARD SALE, Thurs., Fri.,
Sun., February 17, 18,
20. Children furniture,
baby beds, play pens,
round seat strollers,
clothes and toys. House-
hold furniture, twin beds,
armoire, oak accent
table, large oak newer
desk 5 drawers-hard
rack maple dining chairs.
Small color TV-etc.



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


FOR SALE BY OWNER,
2008 sq 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 appoint-
ment. 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.


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




Broker/Owner
352-258-3898


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Hours 10am to 4pm. Feb
17, 18, 20. Thurs, Fri &
Sun. Go 301 Spast Ford
Dealer turn right on CR
227 by Church of Christ,
go 3 ,miles to S curve
turn right at SW 85th
Ave, last house in back
904-964-7138.
FRI & SAT 8AM TO 5PM,
17598 NE 28th Ave (301
to Market Rd turn east &
follow signs). Toys,
clothes, household
Items & more. 1954
Chevy Station Wagon
(needs repair), electric
wheel chair.
MULTI FAMILY YARD
SALE, Saturday only
8am to 2pm. Griffis
Loop, look for signs.
OUR LAST WEEK at
Grandma's Attic. some
furniture, entertainment
centers $20-$40. Table
and chairs $50-$70.
Sleep sofa $40. Small
and large upright freezer
#35 to $125. fridges $25
to $124, window ac,
baby mattress $10,
changing tables, stroll-
ers $10, Yamaha Key-
board, metal cabinets
$10, chlldrens and adult
clothes 50 cents to $2.
6x9 trailer, everything for
an 18x21 garage high
side great for RV $225.
Also just frame of an a
18x21. A nice sofa set:
rocker, chair and otto-
man frontier style. Dis-
play tables and stock
available for one price,
great for yard sale per-
son. 3/10 of a mile past
Normans Produce on
301. Call 904-964-9138.
YARD SALE, Saturday
only 8am til. A large va-
rety of stuff, household,
clothes, table, cabinets,
and much more. 227
Cypress St.
2 FAMILY YARD SALE.
Friday 7:30a, til ? 621
Glyndale St
THURSDAY -SUNDAY,
02/17 thru 02/20 at Jo-
Lu Motel across'from
Walmart, wide variety of
items. 8am til ?
BIG YARD SALE, Satur-
day only 8am til? Fumi-
ture, lawn mowers,
household, items,
clothes and much morel
7715 NW CR 233 (Mor-
gan Road area) Look for
signs.
DEERFOOTTRAIL Subdi-
vision, 3 family yard sale.
February 18 & 19, 8am
to 2pm. Household
items, clothes.
54 Keystone
Yard Sales
EVERY SATURDAY,
SJANUIARY 29 thru


March 5, 9am til ?. 2
Boats, moped, treadmill,
exercise equipment,
computer with desk &
chair, 3 pc wet bar,
hutch, table & chairs, 3
color TV's, 5 glass show-
cases, Christmas vil-
lages, 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.
HOUSEHOLD ITEMS, oak
furniture. 8am to noon,
Saturday. 4731 SE 6th
Lane, (Golf course
area).
HUGE YARD SALE, Sat-
urday, Feb 19,2005. Car
wash, hot dogs, snow
cones at Family Medical
Center, 'Keystone
Heights, to benefit Relay
For Life-American Can-
cer Society. The commu-
nity is invited to share in
this our 4th annual
event. Come and find
your treasure!
SATURDAY ONLY! 8am to
1pm. Loch Lommond
Drive, off of SR 21. Baby
items, clothes, toys,
some furniture.
GARAGE SALE. Stove,
dishwasher, furniture,
baby furniture, clothes.
bike, doors, gate and
misc. 7622 Oak Drive,
off of CR 214 N. 9am
unit?
GARAGE SALE, Friday
only 8am until. Riding
mower, air hockey table,
2-step precast MH steps
4 ft wide, $100 each.
Misc items. 8154
Gustafson Rd, Key-
stone, off of CR 214,
behind Gizmo.
LARGE MOVING SALE,
Saturday only! 8am to
noon. 1225 S Lawrence
Blvd, Keystone. Lots of
quality items.
MOVING SALE Saturday
7am to ? 7680 Oak
Drive, Keystone. Furni-
ture, household, yard
equipment.
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
successful and loving
our job. For info and in-
terview call 352-473-
3144.
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and mandolins. Call 352-
473-7891 or dlolt
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RELIABLE, OLDER
couple looking for 5-10
acres with houses,
fenced, long term lease
or rent Call 386-497:
4180.
57 For Sale
KENMORE WASHER and
dryer, new type $100
and up each, electric
stove, written guarantee,
free local delivery. For
appointments, call 904-
964-8801.
BED-QUEEN orthopedic
Pillowtop mattress and
box. Name brand, new in
plastic, with warranty.
Can deliver. Sacrifice
$140. call 352-372-
8588.
BED-KING SIZE Pillowtop
mattress and boxspring
with manufactures war-
ranty. Brand new still in
plastic. Can deliver. Sell,
for $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,
sacrifice for $1400. 352-
377-9846.
DINING ROOM SUITE-
beautiful cherry table, 6
chippendale chairs and
lighted hutch and buffet.
Brand new still boxed.
Can deliver. Retail
$5800, sacrifice $1100.
352-377-9846.
MATTRESS TWIN sets
$89, full sets $129,
Queen sets $159, King
sets $189. Mattress Fac-
tory, 441 East Brownlee
St. Carpets also- large
room size pieces. Save
a lot. Cash and carry.
Call Sonia at 352-473-
7173 or 904-964-3888.
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,
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Sales, 904-782-3172 or
904-509-9126 cell #.
MAGNETIC MATTRESS
PAD $400. Craftmatic
adjustable bed and
pillowtop mattress, $700
OBO. All lull size. Call
352-473-0036.
HARDWOOD FLOOR
ING, quality, prefinished,
engineered. Oaks, bam-
boo, maple. Greta
prices! Expert installa-
tion. 1-800-314-6291
www.thewoodfloorgirl.
com
RADIAL ARM SAW 10"
blade, table, like new
condition $100. Crafts-
man band sale like new
condition $200. Call 352-
473-0457.
TIRED OF hardwater
stains & heavy cleaning?
2004 Rainsoft water
softner and 2 yrs of
cleaning supplies. Paid
$7000 asking $4000.
OBO. Call 904-782-
3207.
FURNITURE SALE -
DRESSERS, beds, ex-
ercise equipment, etc.
Look and make offer.
Phone 904-964-6770 or
904-769-9454.
FOR SALE: Schwin exer-
cise bike $250. Atlas 6"
metal lath $500. Double
bed with metal frame,
excellent condition $80.
Chest of drawers $10.
Microwave oven cabinet
$15. Antique office chair
$20. RCA TV $25.
Hoover vacuum $10.
Kolcraft baby walker $5.
Call 904-964-5748.
SOLID WOOD DINING.
SET, 6 chairs, lighted
china cabinet. No par-
ticle board Seats 10,
great condition $500.
904-964-7828.
CROSS-TIES YOUR
CHOICE $5 each, Con-
tact James at 904-226-
5260 or 904-259-5122.

58 Child/Adult
Home Care
POSITION WANTED! Car-
ing for the elderly and or
disabled. Call 90-964-
2793.
59 Personal
Services
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driveways, sidewalks,
slabs. Free Estimates.
Call 904-964-3827.
BRADFORD HOME repair
and painting. Painting
and home repair special-
ist, license #477. Free
estimates. Call 904-966-
2024.
CLARK FOUNDATION
REPAIRS, INC. Cor-
rection of termite & wa-
ter-damaged wood &
sills. Leveling & raising
Houses/Bldgs. Pier Re-
placement & alignment.
Free Estimates: Danny
(Buddy) Clark, (904)-
284-2333 or 1-800-288-
0633.
CHAIN LINK FENCE -
Free estimates. Handy-
man Fence Co., owner
Tommy Reddish, 904-
964-8559.
PRESSURE WASHING,
CLC home exterior
cleaning. Roofs, siding,
decks, driveways, side-
walks. Free estimates,
call Curtis, 904-964-
4940.
FLORIDA CREDIT UNION
has money to lend for
M.H. & land packages.
1-800-284-1144.
GASTRON'S TREE SER-
VICE, INC. Fully in-
sured, serving all of
North Central Florida.
Call toll free (866)378-
5801.
CUSTOM CUTS Lawn &
Landscape, customized
lawn care, sod, trim-
ming, landscape design.
Reasonable rates, free
estimates. Commercial
& residential. Licensed
and insured. Call 386-
496-2820, if no answer ,
please leave message.
COMPUTER HELP, hard-
ware/software, virus/
spyware removal. Any
problem solved. Home/
business. House calls.
352-473-4375.
LAWN SERVICE & IRRI-
GATION mowing, trim-
ming, edging, clean-ups,
hedging, new irrigation
installation & service
gutter drains. Licensed &
insured. Commercial or
residential. Irrigation &
Landscape Solutions
352-214-1136 or 386-
496-1017.
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62 Vacation/
Travel
HORSESHOE BEACH
Rentals on canal.
House and dock accom-
modates up to 3 boats,
sleeps 8. Full kitchen,
private. $125/day. Ad-
ditional apt rental with
55' dock, fish cleaning
station, sleeps 6, half-
kitchen. $95/day. Addi-
tional rentals, Call Tina
at 352-498-5768.
63 Love Lines
MAN SEEKING WOMAN
for companionship, 45
and up, has fishing pond
on property. Needs li-
cense to drive, have ve-
hicle. 386-496-3670.
64 Business
Opportunities
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anytime, leave mes-
sage. Call 352-335-
8659.
WANTED: BUS DRIV-
ERS, Bradford County
School Board will train.
CDL Bus Class begins
03/07/2005 -03/24/2005,
Monday thru Thursday. If
interested call L. Smith
at 904-966-6735.
DENTALASSISTANT: with
expanded duty skills
needed for fee for ser-
vice practice. Must be
energetic, caring, pro-
fessional, and depend-
able. Confidential. Fax
904-964-8135.
STAFF PERSON
NEEDED to work with
disabled people in home
and in community. Must
be able to pass back-'
ground screening. HS
diploma & 1 year expe-
rience. Call 904-966-
2100.
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
experience working with
elderly or disabled cli-
ents. 2 or 3 days per
week. Su-EI'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, of-
fice, computer and
people skills. Drug-free
workplace, must have
valid Drivers License &
transportation. Some
travel required. Applica-
tions are available at 801
S Water St or 1001
Southern Villas Drive,
Starke, Fl. Equal Oppor-
tunity Employer.
20 IMMEDIATE POSI-
TIONS for truss produc-


Five (5) 2-bedroom unfurnished
apartments. New throughout and will
be ready for Feb. 15 occupancy. For
more information call John or Ramona
904-964-6305


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.

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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 commis-
sions. Send Resume to
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32091
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cepting applications for
experienced and entry
level positions, 2nd shift.
DFWP. Call 352-473-
4984.
LAUNDRY/MAINTE-
NANCE position. Super-
vise, coordinate daily
production and provide
preventive maintenance
in dry cleaning plant.
Must have valid DL, ex-
cellent attendance &
punctuality record. Appli-
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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.
DRIVERS- ARE YOU get-
ting a pay raise in 2005?
Roehl drivers are! Van
drivers- up to .39 plus
bonus. Flatbed drivers-
up to .41 plus bonus,
plus tarp. Up to $2,000
sign on bonus. Students
welcome. Class A re-
quired. EOE. Call Roehl,
"The take home more,
be home more carrier."
800-626-4915.
www.GoRoehl.com.
LOVEIN & LEARNING
Childcare Center in
Brookerwil be accepting
applications for a teach-
ers assistant. Salary de-
pends on experience
and credentials. Call
Denise at 352-485-
1550.
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
required. Fax resume to
904-275-3292 or call
904-275-4960. EOE.


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.
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Classified Ads where one call does it all!


-.. RECEPTIONIST/ dental
assistant, experience in
dental field with insur-
ance, full time Call 352-
473-0707
DAIRY FARM
LABORERS.
hardworking depend-
able transportation, shift
work, holidays & week-
ends. For more informa-
tion call David Armstrong
386-462-1016.
REDD TEAM MANUFAC-
TURING, a Division of
Alcoa, located in Key-
stone Heights, has im-
mediate openings for
Welder level 2 and
Welder level 3. Salary
$10.30 -$11.07/hr. A
welding test will be given
to determine compe-.
Stency and level. A high
'school diploma or GED
is required. We have an
-excellent flexible ben-
efits package effective
-the first date and growth
potential. Hours 7:00am
to 3:30pm, Monday thru
Friday with possible
overtime. A pre-place-
ment drug screen/ physi-
cal are required. Candi-
dates must pass a back-
ground check. Apply in
person 8am to 5pm,
6599 State Road 21
North, Keystone
Heights, Fl. No phone
.calls.
INSTALLERS, TRAFFIC
-signals, signs, clean
Class B or D, travel
weekends. DFWP, EOE.
Call 800-939-7111.
DRIVER/HELPER, shop-
,.and field helper, one-ton
Struck driver.towing Utility
trailer over Eastern US
o assit field technicians
collecting pollution
"samples from smoke
-stacks. Cannot be afraid
_of heights, some heavy
'-lifting, work outdoors,
climb stairs and ladders.
Frequent travel and
overtime require. Work
in the shop when not in
-the field. Pass drug
-screen. Contact: Ambi-
-.'ent Air Services, Inc.
M904-964-8440 Starke,
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT, Court Administra-
tion, Digital Court Re-
porter -#7725 Starting
salary: $30,435/
annual. Closing date:
Friday, February 25,
2005. Fordetailed infor-
mation, visit our web site
at http:\\www.circuit8
.org. EOE.
SITEWORK CONSTRUC-


TION labors, experi-
enced, heavy equipment
operators, motorgrader
operators, lowboy driv-
ers and dump truck driv-
ers needed Immediately!
DFWP with benefits,
Andrews Paving, Inc.
386-462-1115.
PRODUCTION WORK--
ERS needed for fast
paced growing com-
pany, apply in person
9am to4pm, Mon Fri @
10858 SE SR 221,
Hampton. Call for direc-
tions 352-468-2455.
HELP WANTED -Pre
School. Hope Christian
Academy, Starke, is
looking for christian lady,
of Baptist faith to wotk
with two & three year
olds. 40 hour child care
& CDA preferred, but will
train right person. Com-
petitive pay and benefits,
Call school secretary at
352-473-4040 for appli-
cation and interview.
LAKE BUTLER HOSPI-
TAL. Housekeeping
aide. For further informa-
tion, please visit our
website at:
www. lake butler
hospital.com. (386)496-
2323, fax- (386)496-
1611.
MUSICIANS NEEDED for
the Cowboy Church
band. Call 904-782-
3765 or email to
cowboychurchoflawtey
@yahoo.com.
WELDER/ METAL Fabri-
cator, to work on various
projects throughout the
State of Florida. Must
have valid DI, able to
travel, have construction
experience, able to pass
background check.
Competitive pay with
travel per diem. Drug
Free Workplace. Call
Stan at 352-473-5391 or
fax resume to 352-475-
5393 or email
jobs@floridadsi.com.
HELP WANTED- Mobile
home set up crew, expe-
rienced only. Call 352-
258-0865.
HELP WANTED- Con- "
struction Contractor and
sub-contractors several
openings in various ar-
eas of building (framing,
finish, roofing, concrete/
block, plumbing, electri-
cal & siding) must have
experience in one or
more of construction
phases, own tools and
transportation. Call 352-
258-0865.
NOW HIRING ALL posi-


tions. Any retail expen-
ence helpful. Apply in
person Monday Friday
8am to 3pm, at Kanga-
roo or Sprint locations in
Starke, Brooker, Raiford
or Lake Butler. 904-964-
5200 or 352-258-8324.
BCFCC HAS AN opening
for an Outreach Worker
for HIV/AIDS interven-
tion 20 hours per week.
For additional informa-
tion call 904-964-5088.
HELP WANTED: Perma-
nent part-time mainte-
nance position at Coun-
try Club Woods. Seeking
person with minor main-
tenance skills, Mon-Fri,.
9am to 1pm. Call 904-
964-1871.
IMMEDIATE OPENING for
Security Officers. Must
have Class D security li-
cense and cell phone. $7
per hour. Call 904-368-
1113.
ATTENDANT- 40WK. Rate
negotiable, 11-7 shift, 1
yr experience as
caregiver. Ability to work
with elderly who have
dementia. Apply
Penney Retirement
Community, 800-638-
3138 or 904-284-8200.
Drug free work place
and EOE.
CORRECTIONS OF-
FICER. The Putnam
County Sheriffs Office is
accepting applications
for certified Corrections
Officers. Benefits in-
clude life insurance,
health Insurance, state
retirement, paid. sick
leave and vacations.
Starting salary is
$26,500. Applications
are available online at




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putnam sheriff.org or
may be obtained at the
PSCO, 130 Orie Griffin
Blvd., Palatka, Fl. EOE.
HANDYMAN NEEDED
experience with framing,
hanging cabinets, dry-
wall, doors, and painting.
Call 352-473-6100 Park
of Palms.
DRIVER NEEDED, Local
run, home everynight,
great pay. Call Ryan with
Harvey & Sons trucking
at 352-494-6723.
THE CLAY COUNTY
Sheriffs Office has a fan-
tastic opportunity for
youl The Clay County
Sheriffs Office is cur-
rently accepting applica-
tions for School Cross-
ing Guards. Both part-
time and substitutes are
needed! Salary $8.82
per hour, benefits, State
Retitement. Duties in-
clude the monitoring of
school crossing areas,
instruction of children on
proper crossing proce-
dures, reporting of traf-
fic violations, and atten-
dance of mandatory
training session. Guards
must have own transpor-
tation. For more informa-
tion and to obtain an ap-
plication contact: Clay
County Sheriffs Office,
Human Resources, PO
Box 548, 901 North Or-
ange Ave. Green Cove
Springs, FI 32043. 904-
213-6040.
NEEDED CERTIFIED
nursing assistant, 12hrs
week. Call for an inter-
view 352-473-7684, ask
for Mike.


BUS' DRIVERS NEEDED*
for Union County School
Board, steady work,
40hr CDL training avail-
able. Call Mike Pittman
at 386-496-2182.
WELDER, EXP RE-
QUIRED, mig & tig
welder for sheetmetal
shop, full-time with ben-
efits. Drug Free Work-
place. 352-473-4984.
EXTRA INCOME, UP TO
$250-$500/week helping
the US govenrment file
HUD/FHA mortgage re-
funds. Call NTA at 877-
264-3741.
CAREGIVER NEEDED,
Starke, FI area ASAP.
Please Call 352-473-
6957.
EXPERIENCED MASON
WANTED to work in
Gainesville area. Call
352-376-5314, Mon -Fri
8am to 5pm.
HONEST, RELIABLE,
hardworking person for
cleaning service. Pay up
to $7 per hour, experi-
ence preferred. Call 386-
496-4545 office or 352-
235-2052 cell.
A fast growing aluminum
engineered products
manufacturing company
located in Keystone
Heights, with nationwide
distribution is looking for
a highly motivated, ener-
getic, forward thinking
individuals. Responsibili-
ties include: Assembly of
shuttle carts used to
move handicapped per-
sons up and down
ramps.The position re-
quires the ability to read


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qualified people to work at our Lake Butler
facility. Good benefits, pay based on
experience. Apply in person at 1050 SE 6th
St. in Lake Butler or call 1-800-808-3052.

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and follow drawings and
assembly instructions to
install electronic, electric,
as well as mechanical
components. Knowledge
of PLC programming and
operation required. Oc-
casional direct coordina-
tion with customers in-
cluding travel to installa-
tion sites. Must be a self
motivated and capable of
achieving a high level of
performance with a mini-
mum amount of supervi-
sion. Qualified candi-
dates should possess
the following: Mechanical
aptitude required, basic
electronics aptitude pre-
ferred, basic computer
skills, and welding skills
preferable but not re-
quired. In return Alcoa
offers a challenging work
environment with a com-
petitive benefits and
compensation package.
Interested candidates
should e-mail resumes to
Carmen. Shishodia
@alcoa.com or fax to
352-473-1845. No
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please.DFWP EEOC
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Seeking highly motivated
individual with Convenience Store
Manage'menit- experience for
Lawtey area. Leave application at
Fast Track, 22874 US Hwy 301
North, Lawtey or call Tammy at
352-333-3011 ext. 43.


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Clariant Life Science Molecules,
a manufacturer of specialty fine
chemicals is looking for trainees
for chemical operator positions.
Qualified candidates will
possess the following:
V Mechanical Aptitudc
V Basic HS Math & Readingskills. GED
V W1lingness to work outdoors
V Ability to work nightsand weekends
V Willingness to leam complex processes and
operate successfully in a team-based environment .

Starting salary is $12.081 /hour plus overtime
opportunities.

Contact or come to the Alachua/Bradford Career
Center to apply at 4800 SW 13th St., Gainesville, FL
or 352-955-2245. EOE, DFWP


WHITEHEAD BROS., INCJLAKE CITY LOGISTICS, INC.
OTR DRIVERS NEEDED
Go through Home several times most weeks.
Home most weekends. Personalized dispatching
that comes from only dispatching 25 trucks at
our location here in Starke. Vacation pay, Safety
Bonus up to $1,200 per year. Driver of the Year
bonus, and driver recruitment bonuses. Blue
Cross Blue Shield medical and dental insurance.
Need 2 years of experience and a decent driving
i record.
CALL JIM OR DEBBIE LAWRENCE AT
904-368-0777 or 1-888-919-8898


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AND AT HOME!!
A non-medical company needs
caring & honest people for
companionship and light
housekeeping services.
Flexible hours and reliable
transportation a must.
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1 UNIVERSITY OF
.FLORIDA

The University of Florida, Department of Housing and Residence
Education, is currently recruiting for three plumbers. Minimum
requirements include completion of an approved apprenticeship
program in plumbing, or a high school diploma and four years of
appropriate experience. Appropriate vocational/technical training may
substitute at an equivalent rate for the required experience. These
positions maintain and install a variety of plumbing and heating
systems and fixtures. Preferred candidates will have knowledge of the
procedures and methods for installing, repairing, and maintaining
plumbing and heating fixtures and accessories; and be skilled in use of
pipe cutters, reamers, threading machines and other specialized tools
and equipment. Expected starting salary for these positions is $10.50
hourly; may exceed based on experience. To view application
instructions and complete an online resume, please visit
www.hr.ufl.edu/job . Reference numbers:
29010,29019, and 31169. The deadline date to apply is February 24*,
2005. If an accommodation due to a disability is needed to apply for
this position, please call (352) 392-4621 or the Florida Relay system at
(800) 955-8771 (TDD). An Equal Opportunity Institution.


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EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT
DIRECTOR
BRADFORD COUNTY
=Bradford County is accepting applica-
tlons for a full-time Emergency
,Management Director. The
;Emergency Management Director"
shall be responsible for creating,
developing and implementing com-
prehensive emergency management
.plans in compliance with local, state
iand federal requirements and in pre-
-paredness for natural, technological
iand man-made disasters and/or
,emergencies.
The minimum qualifications include a
,Bachelor of Science or Bachelor of
.Arts degree in a related field and four
J(4) years progressively responsible
;experience in position related to dis-
aster preparedness. Six (6) years of
-progressively responsible emergency
management experience may be sub-
stituted for two (2) years of college.
.The substituted experience must
have taken place within the last ten
K(10) years. Salary range is negotiable
;ommensurate with experience, with
-an established range of $27,500 to
4$37,500 per annum, together with an
'attractive benefits package..
.Applications and resumes may be
turned in or .mailed to Clerk 6f the
*Court, P. O. Drawer B, 945 N. Temple
!Avenue, Starke, FL 32091. The dead-
,line for accepting applications is
jWednesday, March 9, 2005 at 4:00
ip.m. Applications and job description
;forms are available at the Clerk of the
'ourt's Office located in the Bradford
:County Courthouse, The
,Alachua/Bradford Career Center, 609
jNorth Orange Street, Rm. 09-19,
,Starke, FL 32091-2434 or via the
"county website at www.bradford-co-
,fla.org. The county reserves the right
.to reject any and all applications
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for drivers to run SE. Requires Class A CDL w/hazmat.
Drivers living in the Bradford County area will be home
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1 yr. experience .34 cpm
2 yrs experience .35 cpm
3 yrs experience .36 cpm
100% Lumper Reimbursement
$500 sign-on bonus
Safety Bonus
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401 K available
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Marvin T. i
Di

Vrews
celebrate 50th

anniversary
Marvin T. and Faye E. Drew
.ill celebrate their 50 year
wedding anniversary on
Saturday, Feb. 19, 2005.
The couple met, in
Jacksonville in 1954 where
Faye worked in an office.
Marvin was a LTJG in the U.S.
Army on leave from Fort
Bragg, Ga. They were married
Feb. 19, 1955 in Lake Butler at
First Christian Church.
The couple has two
daughters, Karen and Kathy.
Marvin graduated from
Purdue University in Indiana
and worked as a pharmacist


and Faye E.
rew

until he retired.
Faye has worked as a bank
teller and clerk, and most
recently, was the Records Clerk
for Union County, Florida until
she retired. The Drews lived in
Indianapolis, Ind. for the first
30 years of their marriage, and
then returned to Faye's home
state of Florida where they have
lived for the past 20 years.
They currently live in Lakeland.
The Drews are active in their
church, and are volunteers for
several service organizations
that work with seniors. They
enjoy gardening, theater, and
bridge.
An anniversary reception is
planned for Sunday, Feb. 20,
from noon till 3 p.m. in
Lakeland to be attended by
friends and family.


Wilburns Be SMART
Singing about your
DRaflar, e 4 2 t


.UCHSO a-
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 the groups
opening act. Admission is'
$:10. Doors will open at 6
-plm. For more information
-contact Dan Williams at
(386) 496-3040.

Weeks to be
installed as
Pastor
The Saint John's
-Missionary Baptist Church
invites everyone to the
installation of its new pastor
Reverend Cleveland Weeks.
The installation will take
place on Sunday, Feb. 27-
begnninnirg at 3 p.m. -he
church is located on SR-121
in-: Providence. For more
information call (386) 496-
4434.


In order to communicate
effectively, one must know what is
worth knowing and what is worth
sayinqg...and the difference between
the two.
-James Hadlloron
*** .


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health...
The Self-Managing
Awareness Rural Team
(SMART) provides free
education to people in
Bradford or .Union -counties
-who --have diabetes 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.


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NORMAN


Love, Nona, Mr. Tim,
'Uncle Brent &
Aunt atie


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Branden Gregory Parrish
and
Mindy Michelle Bielling


Bielling and
Parrish to
wed
Mike Bielling of Providence
and Cindy Bielling of Lake"
Butler announce th'e
engagement arid upcoming
marriage of their daughter,
Mindy Michelle Bielling, to
Branden Gregory Parrish, son
of Allen and Carolyn Parrish of
Lake Butler.
The bride-elect is the
granddaughter of Carl and
Pauline Bielling of Providence
and Carl Jones and Mary Jones
of Archer. She is a 2001


graduate of Union County
High School (UCHS) and is
currently employed by the
.Florida Credit Union in
Gainesville.
The groom-elect is the
grandson of Elery and Katheryn
Griffis of Lake Butler, Wendell
and Blanche Nettles of. Lake
City, Margie Parrish of
Barberville, Ky. and the' late
Randy Parrish of Largo. He is
also the great-grandson of
Lucille Arnold of Lake-Butler
and Blanche Parrish ofBeverly
Hills. He is a 2002 graduate of
UCHS and is employed by
Hunter Marine in Alachua.
The wedding is planned for
Saturday, March 5, 2005, at
Circle S Ranch.


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Learning Executive
coalition plans committee


board
meeting
Please be advised that the
Early Learning Coalition of
Florida's Gateway board
meeting will be held on
Wednesday, March 2, at 9 a.m.
at the Coalition Office, 484
SW Commerce Drive, Suite-
140 in Lake City.
The Coalition oversees the
state and federal funding for all
school' readiness programs birth
to age five for the following
counties: Columbia, Hamilton,
Lafayette, Suwannee and Union
Counties. Community
participation is welcome.
Disabled persons) interested
in attending this meeting who
require special assistance may
contact Heidi Moore at 386-
752-9770.
Notice has been made of this
meeting, through publication,
to -cover the "Government in
the Sunshine" Law.


UCPL will host
Fun-D festival
The Union County Public
Library will the library Fun-
D festival on Saturday,
March 19, from 11 a.m.-2
p.m. The event will take
place at the library located
on Main Street in Lake
Butler. Tickets for the
festival are on sale in
advance. They will be seven
for $1 until March 18.
Tickets at the festival will
be five for $1. The festival
will include mini-golf, a
football throw and a
cakewalk. For' more
information call' (386) 496-
3432.


plans meeting
Please be advised that the
Early Learning Coalition of
Florida's Gateway executive
committee meeting will be
held on Monday, Feb. 21, at
2:30 p.m. at the Coalition
Office, 484 SW Commerce
Drive, Suite 140 in Lake City.
The Coalition oversees the
state and federal funding for all
school readiness programs birth
to age -five for the following
counties: Columbia, Hamilton,
Lafayette, Suwannee and Union
Counties. Community
participation is welcome.
Disabled persons) interested
in attending this meeting who
require special assistance may
contact Heidi Moore at 386-
752-9770.
Notice has been made of this
meeting, through publication,
to cover the "Government in
the Sunshine" Law,


Happy
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I love you very much
I love you for the faith
You have in me and the
Thoughtful things you do
But most of all
For all I am and have
is because of you.
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S. Section B: Thursday, Feb. 17, 2005





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


Scam artists
prey on
hurricane
victims
Officials from Florida's State.
Emergency Response Team
(SERT) and the Department of
Homeland Security's Federal
Emergency Management
Agency (FEMA) caution
Floridians to be on the look out
for scam artists pretending-to-be.
employed by FEMA or other
S government agencies, such as
the U.S. Army Corps of
Engineers.
One fraudulent scheme
involves scam artists
approaching homeowners and
claiming to be with the Corps.
They are requesting money up
front to repair roofs and telling
victims that their insurance
money is coming soon. The
Operation Blue Roof program
managed by the Corps for
FEMA to assist storm victims
by installing plastic sheeting on
damaged roofs ended on Nov.
12, 2004.
"The Corps currently has
personnel out measuring roofs
to verify square footage on



Tickets now
available for
Women of
Distinction
luncheon
Tickets are available for the.
19th annual Alachua-Bradford
County Women of Distinction
luncheon, 11:30 a.m.-1:30
,p.m. Tuesday, March 15, at the
Tower Club at the Village,
across the street from Santa Fe
Community College's (SFCC)
Northwest Campus.
The $20 tickets cover the
cost of the non-profit event and
should be ordered in advance by
contacting Nancy Darr at Santa
Fe Community College at
352-381-3812 ofr
nancy.darr@sfcc.edu
Tickets ordered by voice-or
email during SFCC's spring
break Feb. 28-March 4 will be
held until March 7. Checks
should be made out to the
SFCC Women of Distinction.
The luncheon has been.
sponsored annually by SFCC
during Women's History
Month to celebrate the
achievements of women in the
college's Alachua-Bradford
County service district. The
2005 Women of Distinction
.are: Alison Gerencser, who
created and directed the
Mediation Program for the 8th
Judicial Circuit; Virginia
Maurer, Huber Hurst professor
of Business Law and Legal
Studies and Director of the Poe
Center for Business Ethics at
the University' of Florida;
Margaret Rosenberger, former
Supervisor of Education for
Alachua County; Linda Tatum,
chair of Communities in
Schools of Bradford County;
Vickie Teal, holder of
leadership positions for the
Women's Club and Altrusa
International of Starke; and Ora
White, supervisor of Tacachale.
a progressive community for
the developmentally disabled.

Lane closing
on US-301
The southbound outside lane
on U.S. 301 will be closed for
about three weeks (excluding
weekends) to'allow work to
progress at the site of the new
Wal-Mart Supercenter.
The lane closure will begin at
8. a.m. and end by 4 p.m. each
clay, but these .times will be
monitored by the Florida
Department of Transportation.
If traffic backups occur, the
closure time could be changed
'to 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
The lane closure will allow
the trucks delivering fill dirt to
the work site to be able to
accelerate to a safe speed once
they reenter U.S. 301.
The length of the lane closure
will be about one-quarter mile
long.


Everything should be made
as simple as possible, but
not one bit simpler.
-Albert Einstein


roofs that have already been
covered," said Craig Fugate,
-state coordinating officer for
SERT. "The best way to verify.
authorized FEMA or Corps
personnel is by checking their
laminated photo identification
card, which they are required to
wear at all times. The Corps


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shirt and signs on vehicles are
not sufficient proof."
* Homeowners should insist on
seeing proper identification
when approached -by someone
offering to perform repair work
such as repairing roofs,
repainting or making structural
repairs. They should then


require proof of operating
licenses and proof of insurance.
"Unfortunately there are
unscrupulous people posing as
FEMA or Corps personnel,"
said Bill Carwile, federal
coordinating officer.
"Consumers should remember
that under no circumstances are


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FEMA or Corps representatives
allowed.to accept money. All
FEMA assistance is provided
free of any charges."
FEMA also urges'
-homeowners to never make full
payment to contractors up- front,
do not sign over insurance
settlement checks to


contractors, and do not make
the final payment until the job
is finished.
If you think that you have
been victimized by fraud or
suspect fraudulent activity,
please report it to the State
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50-plus students become

'shadows' to local professionals


By MARCIA MILLER
Telegraph Staff Writer
One person thought she
wanted to be a Aurse until she
saw a nurse dressing a wound.
She decided that just wasn't
the career for her after all. It's
:a good thing she found out
before she invested time and
noney into educational
'training.
Another person worked with
a dentist for a day and came
away more convinced than
'ever that she ultimately wanted
to go to dental school after
leaving Bradford High.
Helping students. make
career decisions is the whole
'idea behind career shadowing,
a program where high school
juniors work with someone
who already holds a job in the
field in which the student is
interested.
More than 50 BHS students
'worked with area professionals


last week. Normally carried
out on Groundhog Day, Feb. 2,
the career shadowing program
has been expanded to Feb. 2-4
to accommifiodate scheduling
conflicts. Each student works
only one day in the shadowing
program, however.
Joy Newell said she really
enjoyed her stint as a shadow
for Dr. Michael Ricker. a local
veterinarian. She may be
rethinking her career choice,
however, after observing
Ricker perform surgery on a
pig.
"I enjoyed it, but I may
change my mind (about being
a vet)," said Newell. "I wanted
to get some personal
experience to see what it was
like. Now I know. I'll just have
to see what happens (in
relation to her final career
choice)."
Newell said she may
become a psychologist instead.
Jonathan Brown has no
doubts about being a vet, even


though he observed the same
surgery. "I love animals. I
enjoyed being here and
-working with (Dr. Ricker),"
said Brown.
Brown said things got a little
bit exciting when it was time
to put the pig to sleep for its
surgery. The students helped
keep the animal under control
until it could be anesthesized.
Elijah Hamilton really
enjoyed his day at Lake Area
Physical Therapy. "I only
decided recently that I wanted
to be a physical therapist," he
said. "I really liked it (career
shadowing). I like the
environment, it's quiet. It's
hands-on work and you get to
work directly with the
patients."
Lauren Blankenship said she
really enjoyed her day at Lake
Area Physical Therapy. "I
want to be a therapist because
you can see people get a little
bit better every day," she said.
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Mrs. Travis Clark is working on an exercise with an elastic band while Elijah Hamilto,
holds it. Lauren Blankenship was counting for her. The two students were shadowin
a physical therapist at Lake Region Physical Therapy.


SHADOW
Continued from p. 2B
"Some people come in sitting
in a wheelchair and leave
walking. That's neat."
Other students participating
in the career shadowing
program included Kasey
Barrett who shadowed Dr.
Daniel Walkup, a dentist in
Ocala. Others were:
Joshua Bell, Dandreca
Betterson, Ashley Bloomer,
Kendra Butler, Brittany
Cooper, Ashley Crawford,
John Crawford, James Davis,
Jordan Davis, 'Jennifer
Detlefsen, Kristin Devalerio,
Sarah Fitzpatrick, Vanessa
Green, Casey Griffis,
Stephanie Hall, Jessica Ledger,
'Tifanny Lindsey,
Lauren Martin, Stephanie
McIntosh. Danielle Miller,,
Kassi Nloran. Kierra Mosley,
April Norman, Sam Osborn,
Cassi Padgett, Whitney Parks,
Chris Perry, Vanessa Phillips,
Megan Reynolds, Ryan
Robinson. Sandra Sakers,
Jennifer Saxon, Sarah Secrest,
Lindley Sexton, Shamaraya
Kelly, Bruce Smith,' Terri
Smith, Chelsea I Tatum,
. Michael Tew, Ashley Waters,
Stephanie inningham, Myles
Wood and Melissa Zurfelt.
S Businesses'or organizations
that offered the students d
shadowing opportunity'
included:
The Department of Children
and Families, Southside
Elementary School, Bradford
state attorney's office,


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 will also be able
to reath clients in the rural
community that would normally
not have the means to come into
one of its offices.
The helpline 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 with the
implementation of the helpline. The
two attorneys, Melissa Long and
Julie Santioni, are responsible for
recruiting and training law students
from Florida Coastal School of
Law to help operate the helpline.
Three Rivers Legal Services is a
nonprofit organization that
provides free civil legal services in
17 counties in North Central
Florida. Three Rivers has its main
office in Gainesville, with branch
offices in Lake City and
Jacksonville. Attorney Allison
Thompson is the executive director
of the program.
Callers can reach the Legal
Helpline Monday through
Thursday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. by
dialing toll free 1-866-256-8091.,


Danielle Miller shadowed a graphic designer in the
advertising department at the Bradford County
Telegraph.


Bradford Pet Care, North
Florida Regional Hospital,
Clay Electric Cooperative,
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District, Mirror Image
(recording studio), Thornton,,
Photography, WJXT Channel
4, Bradford County clerk's:
office,
Town and Country
Veterinarian, Kid Talk Speech
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Starke Police Department,
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identity theft, which is costing
consumers hundreds of
millions of dollars. Today,
Bronson presented a Cabinet
Resolution in support of the
seventh annual National
Consumer Protection Week
which kicks off Sunday, Feb.
6,.and focuses on identity theft
issues.
National Consumer Pro-
tection Week is designed to
highlight consumer protection
and education efforts across the
country. The theme of this
year's NCPW is "Identity
Theft: When Fact Becomes
Fiction." The Department has
joined other state, federal and
private consumer advocacy
groups to promote public
education and awareness about
n this fast- growing crime.
g "It's important for consumers
to be aware of the many ways a
criminal can steal their
personal information and use it
for profit," Bronson said.
"Many people don't even
realize they've been victimized
until they go to make. a major
purchase that requires a credit
check. It can take months or
even years to undo the damage
done to a consumer's credit
rating. good name and financial
security."
Consumers are urged to take
steps to protect their personal
information, such as Social
Security number and bank and
credit card account numbers.
They should never give out.
this information unless they
initiate the transaction, they
know to whom they are giving
it and for what purpose it, will
be used.
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Give out a Social Security
number only when absolutely
necessary. Ask to use other
types of identifiers when
possible.
Consumers who* may have
been victimized by an identity
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Scouts

sponsor golf
tourney
Boy Scout Troop 70 of
Starke is sponsoring a golf
tournament Saturday, March
12, at the Starke Golf and
Country Club with a shotgun
,start at 9 a.m. *)
The four-man scramble
tournament costs $40 per
player, which includes lunch,
greens .fees, a cart and prizes.
Prizes for first, second and'third
place are offered. Prizes are
also offered for the longest
drive, the closest to the pin and
a hole in one. Mulligans are
available.
Sign up by Tuesday, March
1, by contacting Wynette
Browning at 904-964-4411 or
904-682-3381 or via 'e-mail
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Spooner raising funds for 2 scholarships
Spoo '. "s i


By MARCIA MILLER
Telegraph Staff Writer

"We all need to take the
responsibility to make a
difference in the lives of young
people.. They are the future,"
said Starke Mayor Carolyn
Spooner in outlining her plan
to raise funds to endow two
college scholarships.
The scholarships are
prompted by two things that
are very dear to Spooner's
heart: The memory of her
sister, the former Shirley
Brown, and the rich history the
local black community has
enjoyed through the years.
Her sister was a dedicated
and gifted nurse who died last
March of breast cancer. The
scholarship Spooner is raising
money to fund will go to a
student Who plans to enter the
fields of nursing, medicine or
cancer research. o
Her sister was one of the
first black students to attend
Bradford. High School after
desegregation and was one of
the early African-American
students to go through'the
nur sing program 'at the
University of Florida.
"My goal is to raise $5.000
for this scholarship by the
fall," said Spooner "1 hope to
provide fi'e students %with a
$1,000 scholarship each."
She said her sister was so
well respected for her
efficiency and pleasant bedside
mariner that she quicklN
overcame prejudices held b
white patients against black
nurses in the earl\ 1970s.
"She loved what she did and
all the patients loted her," said
Spooner. "She just lo'ed
people. As kids we would go
and visit the -elderty --f the
community and she would care
for them even then."
Spooner plans to donate a
full month of her salary as a
Starke city commissioner to
get the fundraising off the
ground a total of about
$1,000:
The second scholarship
Spooner is working on will be
aimed at providing the
descendants ,of people who
attended RJE High School
prior to desegregation with a
college scholarship. The goal
for that cholarship',isthe same
$5,000. .
"I want to see our young'
people get an alternative to,
street life," said Spooner. "We
SAfrican-Americans) need to
preserve our rich history. We
need to show our young people-
there is a better wa, if they
really want it. Evern time .1


Starke Mayor
Carolyn Spooner
drive down the street and see
young people just hanging ,Nut,
it grieves me. Education can
mean everything and they, need
to know there are avenues
open to them '
Spooner, like magy African-
Americans of her generation,
attended RJE High School
until. 1967 when she
transferred to Bradford High
.School while in the tenth
grade. The school. was
eventually closed and was
destined for demolition when
the Concerned Citizens. of
Bradford County banded
together to pa) the cost -f the
insurance on the buildings
until the school district could
find the funds to renovate
them.
RJE is currently, in use as'an
alternative' school for the
Brjdford district and as a
home for the local HeadStart
program.
How RJE began
In 1913 three members of
the local black community
- spearheaded the effort to
improve the educational
opportunities in their
community. The Rev. James
W. Robinson, A.O. Jenkins
and R.M. Ellerson were the
leaders of the effort to build
one of the first black high
schools in this area. It was
called RJE High School in
acknowledgment of their
efforts.
Jenkins was a highly
respected educator and long-


available.
.All three men worked hard
to raise money for the project.
Land and materials were
purchased and local citizens -
volunteers who worked
tirelessly finished the
building in 58 days. This frame
building which was opened in
1914 on Pine and Florida
streets is still in use today as a
branch of the Starke
Recreation Department. The
two-story frame building
served as a high school for the
black community ,in Starke
until 1945, when it became
obvious that it was too small.
Community members went
to the school board with a
request for a new school, but
the board told the citizens the
district did not have the money
to bby the needed land. Not
content to sit and wait,, the
community group decided to
raise the money for the land
themselves. In June of 1945,
the group had only $54, but
they met 'frequently under
Jenkins' guidance and
continued to raise funds.
Donations as small as 50
cents and as large as $200
were received. The larger
amounts came mostly from the
fundraising efforts of church
congregations. County
elementary school children and
students at RJE High School
took up collections for
donations to the fund.
Individual citizens 'made
sacrifices in their own
financial situations in order to
donate to the cause. Only one
month later, in July of 1945,,
the group purchased land on
Pine and Jenkins streets for
$1,000, with a balance of
$1,000 due by November of
1947. In July of 1948 the land
was deeded over to the Board
of Public Instrutction by "A.O.-
Jenkins, George Little and


Become a literacy
volunteer through the Bradford
Vo-Tech literacy program.
Training and certification is
available. You can sign up at
Denmark Furniture on West Call
Street in Starke.


Cub' Scouts Pack 367 holds
weekly meetings at St. Mark's


time principal of the black Episcopal Church in Staike on
school in Starke. He as Tuesda at7 7p.m. for'grades -5.
.Spokesman ; -r -the'proreoouand"''"". F i' a.5 8 -. 'i-,
Salso helped h-,'..citt li l .bu ld i ,cr". ': ",, '., 1
the school. The New Bethel Baptist
Robinson. who acted as both Church has-a community-wide
Robinson whoand a. undertaker, botnoonday Bible study each
a minister and a,- undertaker, Wednesday. The public is invited
super ised the project, and and transportation is available.
Ellerson, a partner % ith For information call the church
Robinson in the undertaking at (904) 964-6919.
business, served as treasurer SPARC. support group for
for the limited funds that '%ere suirvivors of domestic violence.


meets Wednesdays from II a.m -
12.30 p.m. at the Family Ser\ice
Center on the comer of Orange
and West Weldon streets For
information or other group
times, call 1-800-393-SAFE (24
hours)
631st Maintenance Co.
Fla. National Guard family
support group meets the first
and third Saturday o" each month
ji Western Steer Steakhouse in
Starke Members of the unit and
their families are invited to this
Dutch-treat dinner. For *
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school board then built the
"new" school.
When the new brick RJE
High School was built in the
late 1940s. it served the
educational needs of the black
community in Starke until
black schools were closed in
*19.70 as a result of
desegregation. ,
A fire, thought to have been
intentionally set, did a lot of
damage in 1977. Vandalism
and other incidents of fire in
the unused parts of the school,
had also taken their toll. Due:
to the high estimated cost of
renovating and maintaining
insurance on the buildings, the
school board decided to tear
the school down in 1977.
Since the buildings
represented a piece of history
for the African-American
community, a group of citizens
banded together under the
leadership of the Rev. Levy
Lennon, Theresa Hollidda and
Elizabeth Walker to form the
Concerned Citizens of
Bradford County. This group
leased the complex from the'
school .board and.paid for the
insurance on the buildings.
A slo)\ mietanmorphosis then
began and in the early 1990s
the school board renovated
approximately half of the
complex. At that time, the
school board took over
responsibility for the complex,
with the exception of the old'
gymnasium which still serves
the -community as a meeting
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Union man


charged with
setting fire
A 3, '-:. ,.11 Lake Butler
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Si\4l0 I Ptsw lence home Feb.-

4II iw, Sotn Andrews was

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S :s bkdm tmwoausmng a total
aoiss the house with
A M.o Seay said,
S* Y. iai. se .it. had an
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inl\olving the o" kwct'.h'p. the
house He had been .1l.inc
other and knew no one was home
att the time of the fire, Captain
Seay said.
Andrews was placed in-
custody under no bond.
S Doug York assisted in the
investigation.

Union man
faces sexual
charges
A Lake Butler man was
arrTested Feb. 9 by Union Sgt."
Ronald Pinkston on a warrant
for a sexual offense.- _
Herman Lopez, 33, was
charged with lewd lascivious
imolestatio.n n a child 12 V ears
or ,older The investigation into
the allegations involves more
: iai ,:-ne child and more than
one, incident over the past year,
according to Captain Garry
Seay.
Bond was set at 5$25.000 on
the charge.
Lopez' arrest violated his
probation and he was
additionally charged with
violation of probation by his
parole. officer.

Four men
arrested for
stealing parts-
Fqur rrgvere errestedlast
Seek fir ste5ling parts from' a
Union County trucking
company .
Investigation into possible
thefts of large 'truck parts
1 during the past months at
Pritchett Trucking in Lake
Butler led to the- arrests Feb.
14. accUrding to Captain Garry
Scat.. The men, who were
employ ees, were selling the.
toien parts and apparentlN
ut'ing the money for their
personal needs, Captain Seay
said. .
-Arrested were Charles Robert
. Allen, 33, of Sanderson, John
Adam Griffis, 23, -of .Lake
SButler, Michael Louis Bray,
S35, of Lake. City and Burton
Howard Norman, 36, of
Raiford. The four were charged
with grand theft vehicle parts
'and dealing in stolen property .
Captain Seay said.


Bradford man
charged with
rape of minor
A 45-\ear-old. Starke man
was arrested Sunday for
sexually molesting a
Wi juvenile .tudenSmth.
Silham H..gan Smith ili. -
was charged Feb. 13 ,ith led
or lua.civ'.',u; ii nolesatri.in ron a :
minor and ,e\ual battery,
according to Deputy Brian '
\ald,:.n,.The victim alleges :
Smith raped her on Feb. 7 at
her home, Deputy Waldorf
said. ..
o Smith remains in custody as
I of press time. .


Woman
arrested for
burglaries
A 21-year-old Union County
Woman was charged last week
i'. th aiding her boyfriend as he
committed home burglaries. -
Jennifer Deneane Bryan was
arrested Feb. 9 by Deputy
STerry Cranford on multiple


On Sept. It) N in assisted
sheriffs deputies in the
recovery of two stolen
motorcycles. Cycles that had
been stolen by hioldiilr,'.
Captain Seay said,
Holdridge was arrested Sept.
17 .for .the multiple offenses.
According to Holdridge's
confession, the firearms were
sold or traded, most of the
transactions were on the streets
to local drug dealers. Some of
the stolen property has been
recovered.
Holdridge remains in
I I\k: months after
Holdridge's arrest; .Bryan
.r.niit.fi to her part in the
'. i-', and was taken into
custody under a $10,000 bond
on each charge.


Melrose man
faces weapon
charge, DWLS
A 37-year-old Melrose man
was arrested Feb. 13 for having
a firearm in his vehicle.
David Littles' vehicle was
stopped by Clay Deputy T.W.
Roper on Blanding Blvd. in
SOrange Park at 2:09 a.m. for
an equipment, violation. A
'9mm pistol was found in the
glove box of the vehicle,
.Deputy Roper said. Littles,
who is a convicted felon,
stated the weapon may belong
to a relative. He said he had no
knowledge of the firearm being
in the vehicle, Deputy Roper
-said.-=_.. -
Littles was charged -with.
possession of firearm by
convicted felon and driving
while license suspended or
revoked.


Night hunting
gets man
arrested
A 39-year-old Lake Butler
man was arrested Feb. 13 for
attempting to take deer. with
gun and light.
Bernie Jacob Bovette was
observed working his truck
headlights on two separate
fields in a maneuver capable of
detecting deer,. according :ot
FiWildlife-Gongmission Lt.-
Daid W Lee. Bo.ene had a
loaded rifle in his. possession.
When he was approached by
the officer a brown plastic
medicine vial was in plain
sight in the driver's door
pocket. Boyette threw the vial
into a wooded area 'and also
discarded a smoking device
onto the ground, Lt. Lee said.
Boyette attempted to shove
the officer to the ground. He
refused to obey commands to
cease and put his hands on the
truck. Boyette was physically
placed on the ground where he
continued to fight the officers,
Lt. Lee said.
Two pieces of crack cocaine
were found in the vial, Lt. Lee
said.
Bo.yette was charged %ith
possession of controlled
substance, resisting arrest with
violence, possession of drug
parpahernalia, attempting to
take deer with gun and light.
Lt. Lee was assisted by Lt.
Gary Knowles, Officer DIanny
Jordan and Deputy Brett
Handley.



Man arrested,
fails to pay
for meal
SA 42-year-old Starke man
was arrested Feb. 12 for eating
at a local Starke restaurant
without paing for his meal
and being intoxicated.
Anthony Copeland Martin
was charged with disorderly
conduct and obtaining food to
defraud. according. to Sgt.
Donald Spriggle. Martin was
using profanity toward other
guests and the employees.
When asked to pay for his
meal and leave, he refused.
Martin did not have money to
.pay for the food he ordered and
ate, Sgt. Spriggle said. Value
of the meal was $6.31, SgtL
_Spriggle .said .. .
Bond for the charges was set
at $2,000..


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11:'30 a.m. at Western Steer
Ste. akhouse on US-301 in Starke.
All citizens interested in this
important issue are invited.
Lunch is available. For
infc irmation, call Nancy Alvare/,
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By ,ARNIE HARRIS
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(I' you are a. man. woman or
ch Ild who lcels strongly the need
to '.shed those unnecessary and
unl healthy pounds,'the Weighless
We ight Loss Center in Keystone
He. rights is just the place for you
to get started and begin seeing
im rneldiate ind satisfying results.
l. Irstablished. by.. Audrey
Li1htseyv. a licensed nutritionist
and nurse, Wtliglli,: Weight
Loss Center has been successful-
ly helping many people in the
arca achieve dramatic weight
los ses since it first opened over a
ye;r and a half ago,
1:telying on -i, ;mn-iniicl.. or fad
dies. the center uses menus, spe-
cial ly designed by Lightscy. tai-
lordd to each individual's dietary
and; weight loss needs. It is a pro-
gra mn that emphasizes lifestyle
changes, not strictly the ict
A, client \will learn that it not so
much what they are eating, but
wh; it else they are eating with it-
thaui can make: an imp'ri:,iii
difference.
The center's.di.ets are designed
to provide nutiriti'n ll\ % icll-1a.l-
anc ed meals which can he eaten
at timmc as well as restaurants.
Menus will.include poultry.
seai'ood. lean meats, fresh fruits,
ve~-,etables' dairy products and
bre ad. '
In addition, special -vitamins,
and I herbs are Offered tihal ensure
the individual's health and con-
tinm led success on hi ,. or her diet.
S,;elina Cone, a weight loss spe-
cia'list at the center, said ihat the
pro gram entails weekly visits by
clic.nts during whichh they are
measured, have their blood pres-
. sunr checked and discuss the suc-
ces:i or any problems they may be
hav ing on-their diet program. 'If
nee ded, menus'will, be adjusted'to
en'. ure smooth progresss .i the
los.- ol pounds.
( 'one said that male clients can


expect. to lose three to four -no
pounds a week. while females
will shed two to three.pounds.
"Men especially like our pro-
gram because they get to cat a
lot," she said, laughingly. .
She added that the average cli-
ent can expect to lose from 35 to
50 pounds in the first three
months of their program.
Additional significant b nc tfitc
are that clients gradually find that -
they no longer need to iakt blood
pressure, cholesterol or other -- ------.
medications.
Once the person reaches his or
her target weight, iltcy bygin a.
year of maintenance where.they
re-learn how to ecat.
Cone .: hi,'-cill, is a li' ing c\ m- n -
pie of the center's cftt'c'civcnein-.
as she was able to lose close to 50
pounds and 62 inches.
Cone spoke very. candidly of
the effect her personal night
loss has had on her lite. ; '
Before I started .my journey. j
with Weighless Weight Loss,.l.. ',... r:.
was insecure about lacing people .. :.
who didn't already know and-.. .,k.i.'.:i'' '
care .il .ul me. I felt' sluggish. '
drained and found it impo,,ible
to enjoy anything-as si-mplic as a
short walk. My doctor warned me
,t Ihung high risk for a heart Selina Cone helps reeducat
.attack. .putting me on a drug to weight reduction at the Wei
reduce my triglycirides and cho- weight reduction at the Wei
I,,ic'.rI. After telieng hopeless. I in Keystone Heights.
prayed for he'p because I %as '
unsuccessful in losing the ,weight ...ow :can. enjoy a long.- alk .as
on my own. 'Thai's when my ,vell as many/other acti'. iies
friend Audrey from Weighless Mlost of all I can lace people %with
.ipprached me. sharing that she confidence and enlo\ sh.arin this'
...% uld loI. to help me.' It.. was program with .e er>one who
'then. I became a consultant at expresses a need to improve their
Weighless. It has drastically quality, of life&. I am here at
changed my life and now I'm \,eighless Weight Loss Center in
able to share it with others! I have. Keystone Heights to serve and
lost close to 50 pouiids and 62 help you, Call. today, 352-473-
inches and my latest blood work .',.1.sis, and allow me to help with
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e people about diet and
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from Gaines ilkl.to high school
football players.
Th'e:Weighless Weight L.oss
Center is' located at 7435 B SR-
21, about a half of a mile north of
SR-100. Call the. center at
352/473-8,808 for any questions,
further information, or to arrange
a free consultation.
There are also. additional cen-
ters located in Starke, 904-368-
9131; Middleburg, 904-298-
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counts of armed burglar\ and
theft. Bryan is charged with
being involved in three of the
residences that were broken
into duriing Tune and July.
Kenneth Miller Holdridge
removed TVs, DVD. players,
video games, coins; jewelry
and large quantities of guns
from the homes while Bryan
acted as "lookout/driver",
Captain Garry'Seay said.


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Free blood* pressure
checks every Thursday, 2:30-
3:30 p.m. at the Senior Health
Care Center at Starke. Call
Rebecca. 964-3444, for
information.
Children in Bradford
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telephone by calling 1-888-
4ATALEI (1-888-428-2531). .
Stories are suitable for young
children and are changed weekly.
The service is provided'by
Bradford County Public Library,


and New River Public Library
Cooperative.
City Council of Lawtey
meets the first Monday of each
month at 7 p.m. If a holiday falls
on Monday, the meeting will he
held on Tuesday.

4A free class for adults who
want to improve reading skills
and basic math computational
skill's will be held at Bradford-
Union Area Vo-Tech. For
additional information, call 966-
6773 or 966-6764.
Volunteers are needed at
Windsor Manor Nursing Home,


602 East Laura Street in Starke to
assist in the activities
department. Hours are tracked and
recorded for community service
hours. Applications are available
at Windsor Manor or call the
activity director, 964-3383, for
more information.
American Legion Bingo is
held every Monday, 7-10 p.m.,
at 715 Edwards Rd. in Starke
(across from the armory). Fun
and prizes. Must be 18 to play.
The public is invited.
Pop Warner football board
meetings are held the third
Tuesday of each month at the
Family Service Center on Orange
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Recent
arrests
in Bradford,
Clay or Union
The following individuals
were arrested recently by local
law enforcement officers .in
Bradford, Clay (Keystone
Heights area) or Union
County: ;
Reginald Terrell Nelson, 26,
of Raiford was arrested Feb. 12
by Union Deputy Donnie
Jones on a warrant for battery.
Nelson is charged with
touching or striking a juvenile
on Dec. 27 in her home., The
case was referred to the state
attorney with a request for a
capias. Bond for the charge was
set at $10,000.
Michael' Cam, 46, of
Hampton was arrested Feb. 8
by probation officers for
violation of community
control from Putnam County,
child abuse and felony battery.
.Surety bonds totalling $52,000
were posted for his release
from custody.
Raymond Robinson, 45, of
Melrose vas arrested Feb. 9 by
Clay deputies on warrantss for
worthless check and violation
of probation worthless check.


Clarence Krampf, 65, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Feb. 9 by Clay deputies on a
warrant for violation of
probation reckless driving.
Kenny Goodwin, 41, of
Melrose was arrested Feb. 10
by Clay deputies on a warrant
for violation of probation
cruelty to animals.
Adrian Reyes, 21, of
Middleburg was arrested Feb. .7
by Bradford Sgt. E.J. Kiser for
Failure to appear criminal
mischief. Bond was set at
$2,000.
Brandon Glover of
Macqlenny was arrested Feb. 7
by Bradford Deput Brian
Waldorf for iolaiion of
probation. Bond was set at
$5,000.
Tony BrowAn. .23, of
Macclenny was arrested Feb. 7
by parole officers for.violation
of probation. He \ias released
after a $5,000 suretN bond was
posted. .
Jamie Hamage of Glen St.
Mary was arrested Feb. 8 by
Bradford DeputN Jaimes Cedar
for -iolation of probation.,
Bond ,%as set at $5.00'0.
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Stebbins for failure to appear
worthless check from Alachua
County. Bond was set at
$6,000. Jones was transported.
to Alachua.
Antorris McCray, 28, of
Jacksonville was arrested Feb.
9 by Jacksonville, Deputy
Johnson on a Bradford warrant
for violation of probation
resisting without violence and
possession. Bond was set -at
$10,000.
Kristopher Wrench, 27, of
Gainesville was arrested Feb. 9
'by Bradford. Deputy D.E.-
Cannon on warrants *for
violation of probation fleeing
attempting ti, elde. ,

Nadine McCombs, 39, of
IGainesville w4as arrested Feb. 9'
by Alachua Deputy Stevens on
a Bradford warrant for failure to
appear worthless check. Bond
Pwas set at $4-.(00.
Donald Berg. 35, of Melrose
%was arrested Feb 13 by Clay
deputies on a warrant for
failure to appear trespass on.
Property.
Robert. Harper, 30"; of
Middleburg was arrested Feb 9
by Starke Sgt. Richard Crev..
for violation of probation
possession of cocaine from
Putnam. County and oni a writ
of bodily attachment from
Clay County. He was
transported to Clay.
Maurice Paige, 29,. of
Hampton was arrested Feb. 10
by Starke Officer Paul King
for failure to appear violation n
of probation arraignment. He
was released on his ownI
recognizance.

Luis Alfrado Chavarria, 18,
was arrested Feb. 8 by Union
Deputy Robert T. Manning on
a warrant from Collier County
for failure to appear.
Justin Byron Creamer, 28,
of Callahan was arrested Feb.
11 by Bradford Deputy Robert
Lyons on a civil order of
arrest, bodily attachment from
Union County. He may purge.
.by.,paying $900 ,; .,
Kellie Johnson, '28, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Feb. 14 by Clay deputies on a
warrant for worthless check.


William Hines, 64, of
Starke was arrested Feb. 12' by
Clay deputies on a warrant, for
worthless checks.

Traffic
Raymond Glen Hall, 41,,' of
Brooker was arrested Feb.: I I
by Union" Deputy Terry
Cranford for driving under the
influence (DUI). The deputy
responded to a report cif a
intoxicated individual dri ing
westbound on SR-IO0. Ha'll's
vehicle was seen tra'ellinm on
the wrong side of the rI.ad,
Deputy Cranford said. \' len
stopped, Hall smelled stroriigly
of alcohol and was unsteady on
his feet. He was placed under
arrest and additionally chatr;ed
with no valid drivers license
and refusal to submit to
testing, Deputy Cranford said.
A hold was placed on Hall -for
-an outstanding warrant fir6m
Bradford County.
Terrance. Frazier, 24, of
Raiford wa, arrested Feb. 9 b\
Bradford Deputy Casey Mcire
.for possession of less than 21)
grams of. marijuana and no
: valid driver's,license. A $2. )00
surety, bond was posted for 'riis
release from cuqod\.
Larry Douglas Millard. .9,
of Gainesville as arre ;ied
Feb.. 13 by Deputy Moore ior
driving while license suspen..ed
or revoked iDWLS) habitual
traffic offender Malla 3cl's
license is revoked until 20(19.
Deputy Moore said,
Alexis Robiel TI ,or. 32 of
Jackson ille \\as arrested Feb.
12 b) Starke Sgt. Ke\in
Mueller for DWLS habitLal
.and possession of marijupina.
During a traffic 'stop the officer
found one gram of marijuana
inside Talor' '.ehicle. Bond
was set ai $5,0()0 '
'Keri Doss Smith, 39, of
Starke was arrested Feb. 14 by
Bradford Deputi Joseph Joi es
for DWLS. A $500 sure ty
bond was posted for her release
from custody.
Mack Williams, 25, ,'of
Starke was arrested Feb. 11 by
Starke Officer M.D. Wat, in
for DWLS and possession of.
crack cocaine., During a. tral 'ic'
stop the officer found' a
medication "bottle contaiiri ig
two pieces of crack cocaine ,in
Williams. Bond was set at
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DWLS with bond set at $255.
Robert Levredge, 42, of
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Feb. 10 by Clay deputies on
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felony DUI, first degree DWLS
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Jessie Harper, 27, of Starke
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violation of probation DWLS
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elude. Bond was set at $4,000.
Ulysess Hill, 37, of Lake
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failure to appear DWLS. Bond
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released' Feb. 8. Hill was
additionally charged Feb. 14 by
parole officers with violation
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2nd degree when he was found
away from his residence
without permission.
Anthony Tyler, 46, of
Starke was arrested Feb. 13' by
Deputy Jones for failure to,
appear DWLS. Bond was set at
$5,000.

FHP
checkpoint
locations
for February
The Florida Highway Patrol
will be conducting driver
license and vehicle inspection
checkpoints during this month
in Bradford and Union
counties.
The patrol has found the'
checkpoints to be an effective
means of enforcing the
equipment and driver license
laws of Florida while ensuring
the protection of all motorists.

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meeting, where they elected the
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unanimously selected the Hon.
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judge-elect. His two-year term
will begin July .1, 2005.
Judge Frederick D. Smith
will replace the Hon. Stan R.
Morris, the current Chief
Judge. Judge Morris served two.
terms as Chief Judge,
beginning.July 1, 2001. The
numerous highlights of Judge
Morris's tenure as Chief Judge
include the completion of the
Alachua CotAnty Courrhou,e
Criminal Justice Center, and
the vYery successful
implementation of Revision 7
to Article V of the Florida
Constitution. which transferred
the responsibility. for funding
the Court from the counties to
the State. Judge Morris will
continue his repre.enation of
the Eighth Judicial Circuit oh
the statewide level as Chair of
the Trial Court Budget
Committee, and he will.
continue to serve as a Circuit
Judge, primarily in 'Union
County.
Frederick D. Smith, Circuit
Judge, is currently the
Administrative Judge of the
Family Division, During his
tenure as Administrative Judge,
Judge Smith has overseen the
implementation of the Unified
Family Courts in the Eighth
Judicial Circuit. He has served
on the statewide Family Court
Steering Committee, including
the Domestic Violence i
Subcommittee. Judge Smith
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experience as a judge. w ih five
"years on the Alachua C,-.unty
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years as a circuit judge. He '
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:NAACP td youth


S'" The theme of the evening
may have been about inspiring
"the young, but the speakers
Chosen for the most recent
S banquet of the Bradford County
chapter of the National
Association for the
Advancement of Colored
People had a message for
everyone.
A'Lesha Sherman of Lawtey
"W 'on 'the titles of Bradford-
'Union Strawberry Queen and
:Miss -Bradford High School in
2002. In 1999, her older sister
'Chrissy Sherman was the first
"African-American to hold the
strawberry queen title.
ISherman .followed in her
sister's footsteps three years
later.
Today she is a third-year
health science major at the
"University of Florida and spoke
.about the need to develop a
:positive self-image. Having a
'high self-esteem and
disregarding how others look at
you is necessary to make
healthy life decisions, she said.
i "It doesn't matter if you
-aren't as pretty or handsome as
Jessica Simpson, Beyonce,
LBrad Pitt or Britniey Spears.
What truly matters is that you
"respect yourself 'and are
-comfortable with the way God
created you," Sherman said.
The first step, she said, is
i looking in: the mirror and
e,.aluating yourself, telling
yourself that you are somebody
and that you believe in the good
'that you can do regardless of
'who might try to put you down.
Part of loving and respecting
)ourself is respecting others as
well, Sherman said, even if they
are hard to love. Changing
them is 'the Lord's battle, 'not
-yours, she said.
Sherman' also stressed the
importance of putting that high
'self-esteem to work by giving
'back to the community.
Other speakers continued the
,heme. of. believing in yourself
and following your dreams.
S., Singers Ericka Bryant and
Pretina Miller,, original of
Key stone Heights,' began
singing together in middle
school and know about
SIp.ig,)#p.n4,,.Br a Qla sgjd
ii iis-. important -hat dreams, nt
be buried. As much as she
sang throughout her teenage
years, including at church and
in the high-school chorus. and
as often as she heard she had a
beautiful voice, Bryant said she
ever really believed it herself.
"I didn't ha'e the confidence
in myself that I should hale
had," Bryant said. Even when
chorus teacher Don Hardy'
praised her and Miller for their
talent, she said she felt special
it that moment but wasn't
Convinced there %was something'
"different and special inside of
her.
Dreams spoke to Bryant and
Through prayer she began to
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By MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Staff Writer


believe that singing is what she
was born to do. She was still
struggling with a lack of
confidence, when Miller alerted
her to a Gainesville talent
competition. Believing God
had told them, again through a
dream, that this was their time,
Bryant and Miller did compete
and won the competition.
Miller said .she .always
believed in their ability and that
God wove their destinies
together by speaking to Bryant
and those around them.
"Don't give up on your
dream. Just alwa s remember
that." Miller said. "I think that
contest really brought us
together to let us see that, hey,
we can do it."
One might feel discouraged,
but Miller said God places a
purpose, a destiny, inside each
one of us.
"If you are breathing, you can
still pursue the things that God
has put in you to fulfill," she
said.
Harrison Pickney IV of
Miami recently received a
master's degree from the
University, of Florida and will
continue, his. studies toward a
doctorate degree in Texas.
Everyone's path does not have
to mirror.his own, he said. Not
.e,s,rone isopejiqnt tdl 'b." a
d-t'o'r or can--antf6ney.'-Y" a 'at
were true there %would be no one
to grow our food. bury the dead
or pilot aircraft.
Kids need to be encouraged
to dream, he said.
"What happens so many
times. unfortunately, in the
African-American community
is we encourage our kids to be
basketball players, football
players, rappers and that's


Harrison
Pickney IV
spoke of the
importance of
exposing youth
to new experi-
ences.


Don't give up on your dreams


Cynthia Ross, one of the banquet committee
members, recognized Joe Gordon for his work with
young people.


about it," Pickney said.
There are so many more
fields available for exploration,
he said, like architecture and the
culinary arts. Many kids' may
rie'e hae 'the opportunity' to
ExpWlAhos'l 'tions' bece
they have not been exposed to
them, he said.
"We have so many kids that
have a $200 pair of sneakers
thai haven't been outside of
Bradford County. We have so
many kids that have all the
latest 'ideo games but have
never been to the library,"
Pickney said.
Exposure is'. the key to


Banquet hostesses Tangalia Bass and Rita McNeal
are pictured listening to one of the evening's
speakers.


NAACP Treasurer Mary
Ann Clark was awarded
for her service.


Ophelia Hines has
served on the executive
committee and the
banquet committee,
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NAACP President Patricia Smith recognized officers
and executive committee members including County
Commissioner Ross Chandler.


inspiring dreams in youth, he
said. They don't know they can
be paid to plant flowers and be
a landscape artist or to paint or
bake or start their own business.
"It is up to-t.d'tb detd~hiifle
what is going to.happen to the
futuree of these 'tds, lcney
said, challenging each adult to
find a child to reach out to.
A number of presentations
were made during the evening,
including presentations to
Hermia Sherman, Ophelia
Hines, Joe Gordon and Emma
Tyson.
Tangalia Bass and Rita
McNeal presided over the
banquet, which %was catered by
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Jacob Miller

Jacob Miller
ORLANDO Jacob "Pop"
Miller, 68, of Orlando died
Friday, Feb. 11, 2005, in
Orlando following a brief
illness.
Born in Lawtey, Mr. Miller
moved to Orlando 42 years ago.
He was a member of Mt. Zion,
AME Church in Lawtey.
Mr. Miller is survived by: his
wife Mary H. Miller of Orlando; a
daughter, Gwendolyn Miller
Smith of Starke; three sons,
R6dney Miller of Jacksonville,
Michael Miller and Shawn
Miller, both of Orlando; a sister
Minnie Boutte of Rochester,
N.Y.; three brothers, Nathaniel
Miller, Isaac Miller, both of
Rochester, and Bernard Miller of
Titusville; and 13 grandchildren.
Funeral services for Mr. Miller
will be held at 10 a.m. on
Saturday, Feb. 19, 2005, at
Starke Church of God by Faith
with Elder James McKnight Jr.,
pastor, and the Rev.. Queen
Miller officiating. Burial will
follow in Peetsville Cemetery
under the care of Chestnut
Funeral Home in Gainesville.

Edward Clayton
HAMPTON LAKE Edward
George Cla ton, 82, of Hampton
Lake died Sunday. Feb. 13, 2005,
at Shands at Starke following a
brief illness.
.Born in Jersey City. N.J on
Sept. '28, 19224, Mr. Clayton
moved to Hampton Lake after
retiring from the military. He
retired following 21 years in the
U.S. Army and as a correctional
system warehouse
superintendent. -He was of the
Protestant faith.
Mr. Clayton is survived by:
his wife Anna Taibi Clayton of-
Hampton Lake; three daughters,
Lynda Baker of Hampton,
Marjorie "Peggy" Myers of
G Graham and Karoline "KerTy'..
Luke of Hampton Lake; -srx
Sgandchildren and three great-
grandchildren.
Graveside services for Mr.
Clayton were Feb. 16,,2005 inr
Santa Fe Cemetery with the Rev.
Charles Starling 'conducting the
services. Interment followed
under.the care of Jones Funeral
Home of Starke.


Nellie Collier
HAINES CITY Nellie Nettles
Collier, 93, of Haines City died
Saturday. Feb. 12,. 2005. in
Haines City Health Care.
Born in Lake Butler the
daughter of the late John and
Melvina Nettles, Mrs. Collier
moved to Haines City from
Miami. She was a caregiver and
nurse for the elderly. She was a
member of the Church of Jesus
Christ of Latter-Day Saints.
Mrs. Collier is survived by: a
daughter, Vivian L. Waters of
Lake Hamilton; a son James D.
Collier of Lake City; 12
grandchildren, 30 great-
grandchildren and three great-
great-grandchildren. She was
preceded in death by her husband
James D. Collier; two sons, Jack
Welch of Palmetto and John D.
Harris of Lakeland and a
daughter, Reba Welch Cole of
Ellisville.
A visitation was held Feb. 14,
2005 in Lakeland with a
graveside service Feb. 15, 2005
at the Lake Wales Cemetery.

Angelica Foerman
LAKE BUTLER Angelica
Roberts Foerman, 69, of Lake
Butler died Wednesday, Feb. 9,
2005, at North Florida Regional
Medical Center in Gainesville
following an extended illness.
Born in Lake Butler the
daughter of the late Maurice and
Edna Roberts, Mrs. Foerman's
husband was in the service and
she returned to Lake Butler in
1974. She was a homemaker and
member of Sardis Baptist Church
in Worthington Springs,
Mrs. Foerman is survived by:
her 'husband of 44 years Butler H.
Foerman of Lake Butler; three
daughters. Shelby A. Edwards of
*Virginia Beach, Sheila A. Baker
of Lake City and Melissa R.
Foerman of Lake Butler.
' Funeral services for Mrs.
Foerman were Feb. 12, 2005 in
the Chapel of Archer Funeral.
SHome of Lake Butler with the
Rev. Jeffery Williams
officiating.. Burial followed in
; Elzey Chapel Cemetery in Lake
Butler.

Terrell Green.
STARKE Terrell Green, 45, of
Starke died Sunday, Feb. 13,
2005, at Shands at the
University of Florida in
Gainesville following a sudden
illness.
Born in Slarke on May 24,
1959, Mr. Green was a lifelong
resident of the Starke area. He
was ,a correctional officer at
Lawtev Correctional Institution
'.and-.w f th'e Baptist faith. He
graduated vw ith the Bradford High
School class of 1977.
Mr. Green is .survived by: a
daughter Candice Green of
Starke; his parents Robert and
Thelma Green of Starke; a
brother Reginald L. Green of
Greensboro, N.C.; two sisters,
Cynthia Tyson of Starke and
Betty Lo'u Woods.


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Funeral services for Mr. Green
will be held at 11 a.m. on
Saturday, Feb. 19, 2005, in
Ebenezer Missionary Baptist
Church in Starke with the Rev.
James N. Wilcox, pastor,
conducting the services.
Interment will follow in
Oddfellow Cemetery under the
care of Haile Funeral Home of
Starke.
Visitation will be held at the
funeral home on Friday, Feb. 18,
2005. Family hour will be 3-4
p.m.; friends 4-8 p.m.

Pauline Griffis
STARKE Pauline Michalchuk
Griffis, 80, of Starke died
Monday, Feb. 14, .2005, at E.T.
'York Hospice Care Center in
Gainesville following an
extended illness.
Born in Portsmouth, N.H. on
Sept. 17, 1924, Mrs. Griffis was
a longtime resident of Bradford'
County. She was a homemaker
and member of Madison Street
Baptist Church.
Mrs. Griffis is survived by: her
husband of more than 55 years
Woodrow Griffis Sr. of Starke;
three daughters, Eleanor Koontz
of Gainesville, Lucille Palazzi of
Starke and Viola Haguewood of
Alachua; two sons, Woodrow
Griffis Jr. and Victor Griffis,
both of Starke; a half brother
'Victor C. Union of Lake City;
nine grandchildren and two great-
grandchildren.
Funeral services for Mrs.
Griffis will be held at 2 p.m. on
Thursday, Feb. 17, 2005, in
Madison Street Baptist Church
with Doctor Chad Everson
conducting the services.
Interment will follow.in Crosby
Lake Cemetery under the care of,
Jones Funeral Home of Starke.

Marie Holt
STARKE Marie Pauline Holt,
57, of Starke died Tuesday, Feb.
1, 2005, at her residence
following an extended illness.
Born in Louisville, Ky., Mrs.
Holt moved to Miami at an early
age where she lived until moving
to Starke in 1971. She was a
physician's assistant at Shands
at the University of Florida and
taught EMT courses and nurses
aid classes at Lake Butler High
School. She was a member of
Evergreen Baptist Church.
Mrs. Holt is survived by: her
husband Paul A. Holt of Starke; a
daughter Jackie Baugess of.
Lawtey; two sisters, Mary
Christensen of Keystone Heights
and Betty Cohen of. Ft.
Lauderdale; a brother Rayfield
Burns of Kentucky; and three
grandchildren
Graveside' ser ices for Mrs.'
Holi ,ere Feb 4-1. '2005 'ih
Keystone Heights Cemetery with,
the Rev. Beverly J. Tilley
officiating. Interment followed
under the care of Archie Tanner
Funeral Home of Starke.

James Jones
LAKE BUTLER James Tyrone
"Walter" Jones, 46, of .Lake
Butler died Sunday, Feb. 13,
2005, at Shandso at Alachua
General Hospital following an
extended illness.
Born in Monticello, Mr. Jones
lived most of his life in Lake


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In Loving Memory of
Bill Connell
YOU'LL NEVER BE GONE
When the warmth of the sun
touches my face, I see your smile
and feel your embrace.
I hear the whisper of love in the
wind and I know that you are close
to me again.
The rain speaks of tears and the
thunder of pain, but soon the sun
comes the earth to reclaim.
As the days come and go and the
world moves on. I know you 're
still here. you'll ne\'er be gone.
On the night the angel came and
tqpk your hand, we cried as you
left for an unknown land.
But Heaven rejoiced as you came
into sight, for your soul was a
diamond, shining so bright.
Your wife, Vivian
Children, Randy, Jo Ann, 'Becky,
Cheryl. Jimmy and Danny
and Your Grandchildren


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The famdyv of Pauline Anderson
would hW e to0 ay thanks for
everyone's help. prayers and just
being there for the family
A Special// thank you to Archie
Tanner Funeral Home and the
Raiford First Baptist Church for the
wonderful meal fobr the family and!
to the people who gaveflowers to
the church in honor of Pauline
Anderson.:
God bless all of you,
The family of Pauline Bennett
Smith Anderson


Lawrence Todd


In Loving Memory of
Lawrence Todd
Feb. 17, 1936 Dec. 29, 2004
As seasons had come and gone
our father walked.on this old
World for many years. :
Now as he rests in Heaven above,
we all know that he is still walking
with us.
We love and miss you, Papa!
Your loving family.


In Loving Memory of
David H. Sheppard Jr
Feb. 15, 1957-March 31, 1996
We little knew that morning that
God was going to call your name.
In life we loved you dearly,
in death we do the same.
It broke our hearts, to lose you.
You did not go alone, for part of us
went with you. the day God called
you home.
You left us peaceful memories,
your life is still our guide,
and though we cannot see you,
you are always at our side.
Ouir family chain is broken and
nothing seems the same,
but as God calls us one by one,
the chain will link again.
We love you,
Mom & Dad


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lawn care and was a member of
New Beginning Family Church
of Lake Butler.
Mr. Jones is survived by: his
mother Frances Jones of Lake
Butler; and his caregivers Henry
and Catherine Filer of Lake
Butler.
Funeral services for Mr. Jones
will be held Saturday, Feb. 19,
2005, at 11 a.m. in the Chapel of
Archer Funeral Home of Lake
Butler with Elder Eric D.
Williams officiating. Burial will
follow in Ft. Call Cemetery in
Worthington Springs.
Visitation will be at' the
funeral home on Friday, Feb. 18,
2005, from 6-8 p.m.

George Langley,
LAKE BUTLER George W.'
Langley, 81, of Lake Butler died
Thursday, Feb. 10, 2005, at his
residence following an extended
illness.
Born in Moultrie, Ga., Mr.
Langley lived most of his life in
Lake Butler. He was the county
road superintendent for Union
County for 38 years before his
retirement in 1982. He was
former mayor and city
councilman in Lake Butler from
'1977-83 and was a member of
Harmony Freewill Baptist.
Church in Lake Butler.
Mr. Langley is survived by:
his wife of 62 years Mattie
Hilton Langley of Lake Butler;
three daughters, Sandra Langley


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Goss, Gale Langley Lappalainen
and Cathy Langley Bandy, all of
Lake Butler; seven grandchildren
and 10 great-grandchildren.
Funeral services for Mr.
Langley were Feb. 12,. 2005 in
Harmony Freewill Baptist
Church with the Rev. Percy
Cunninghar and the Rev. Paul
Davis officiating. Burial
followed in Elzey Chapel
Cemetery under the care of Archer
Funeral Home of Lake Butler.




Helen Mattox
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Helen
DeVries Mattox, 89, of Keystone
Heights died Saturday,, Feb. 5,
2005.
Born in Jacksonville, Mrs.
Mattox was a school teacher,
retiring in 1980 to Crystal Lake.
Mrs. Mattox is survived by:
her husband W.O..Mattox; three
daughters, D. Mattox, Elaine
Sandifer and K.D.' Mattox; one
grandchild and two step-
grandchildren.
A remembrance for Mrs.
Mattox will be held at the family
home at 6910 Crystal Lake Rd.
in Keystone Heights on Sunday,
March 13, 2005, beginning at 1

p.m.
,Memorial contributions may
be made to Kanapaha Botanical
Gardens in Gainesville in her
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LAWTEY David Lemuel,
Shuford, 82, of Lawtey died:'
Monday, Feb. 14, 2005, at his"
residence following an extended"
illness.
Born in Charlotte Courthouse,, -
Va. on Sept. 17, 1922, Mr;
Shuford was a lifelong resident of.-
Lawtey. He was a retired.
owner/operator of Shuford's:.
Service Station in Lawtey and
served in the United States Army..-
during World War II. He was a
member of 'Grace United
Methodist Church and the Starke
American Legion Post 56. HeC'!
served on the Lawtey City';.
Council for 12 years and was a'"'
Bradford County Commissioner-
for 16 years. He graduated from,;;
Bradford High School where he;.
played football.
Mr. Shuford is survived by: his;
wife Gloria Crawford Shufor d of"
Lawtey; a son and daughter-in-.
law Raymond and Pattie Shuford-'"
of Lawtey; two .brothers, John'W
Sidney Shuford of Starke and"
George L. Shuford of Lawtey;.-:
grandchildren, Taylor Renee:;,
Shuford and Courtney Alyssa-.
Shuford, both of Lawtey.
Funeral services for Mr.
Shuford will be held at 11 a.m.
on Thursday, Feb. 17, 2005, in"
the DeWitt C. Jones Chapel with'
the Rev. Lester Austiri-"'
conducting the services.- i
Interment will follow in.--.
Kingsley Lake Cemetery under,.:;
the care of Jones Funeral Home-,,
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Strawberry Royalty crowned in Bradford-Union County


On Jan., I1 the Bradford
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\Miss. little e Miss and Junior Miss
Strawberry Pageant. The pageant
\\a.s held at the Bradford High
School Auditorium.
Brittany Fender. Miss Bradford
-tInion Strawberry Princess;
A'l.esha Sherman. Miss Bradford
-Union Strawberry Queen 2004:;
and Samantha Buxton. Miss BIIS
-2004. were the mistresses of
ceremony for the evening.
There were six contestants in
the Tiny Miss Strawberry Princess
category from ages birth-4 years
old. They were Randa Astin
Goodwin. Kinsley Mae
Hollingsworth. Jaelyn Belle
Jackson. Karah Elizabeth Oden.
Skylar Dawn Padgett and
Madison Dian Starling.
in the Little Miss Strawberry
Princess category, ages 5-9 years
old, there were five contestants:
Hailey Shiann Napier, Lainie Kay
Rodgers, Emma Laurie Theus,
Carleigh Madison Whitehead and
Tristen Michelle Whittemore.
Courtney Alisha Sexton was the
only contestant for the Junior Miss
Strawberry Princess, ages 10-12.
Scoring for the party dress
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Little Miss Strawberry Princess
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Three girls walked away as
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Skylar Dawn Padgett was
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Jaelyn Belle Jackson received first
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Hailey Shiann Napier was
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Courtney Alisha Sexton was
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Princess 2005.
The pageant was sponsored in
part and made possible by
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charitable donations made
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:The new la%% enacted on Jan.
7" allows these donations to be
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IRS Commissioner Mark W.
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Sour check by the end of the
month, the donation will be
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2004."


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Maria Trivino
':KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Maria
Ana Trivino. 91. of Ke. stone
Heights died Sunday. Feb. 13,
2005, at Windsor Manor in
Starke.
Born in Zipacon. Colombia.
Mrs. Trivino moved to Keystone
Heights 10 Nears ago from
Tampa. She "as a homemaker.
Mrs. Tri'ino is survived b.
three daughters, Herminda Gomez
o' Keystone Heights. Hilda
Rbdriguez of Bogata. Colombia
and Merdedes Aveneno of Tampa;
two sons. Julio Trisino of
Clearwater and Gabriel Trivino of
Jacksonville. She was preceded
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qualified charities. Taxpayers
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qualified charity by doing a,
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agencies such -as USAID and
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Charitable Contributions,
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Wntributions to charities.
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Local man opens music store


After 10 years of managing a
music store in Columbia
County, Matt Stucky of Starke
has opened North Florida
Music and Sound.
During that 10 years, Stucky
had many customers asking
him why there, was no music
store in Starke. He had no
answer for them and began
looking into the possibility of
opening a Starke music store.
"Before I knew it we were
knee, deep in musical
instruments and students at our
present location Tn-JS--S301
across from the .KOA
Campgrounds," said Stucky.
"We-- started- our lesson
pr grms in January and with
thEhielp of the. Bradford
Te -aph, we very quickly
filteh-uur teachers' schedules.,
Sttrcky feels that Telegraph
advertising is one of the best
val-es in the area for


businesses wanting to
advertise.
"They (the Telegraph) helped
our business tremendously,"
said Stucky.
His philosophy is that you
can do big business in a small
city but only if you treat it like,
a big business.
"Our doors are always open
for our customers," said
Stucky.
North Florida Music and
Sound is an authorized dealer
for Peavey, .Crate, Alva.rez,-
-gSamick and many .more.
. Our goal here is: to offer
high quality. 'musical
instruments and accessories at
affordable prices," said Stucky.
Stucky hopes to add several
other major lines within the
next few months.
Band instruments and band
instrument repair for local band
students will also be available


in the near future.
Lessons are currently offered
for guitar, bass guitar, piano.
flute, clarinet, oboe.
saxophone, percussion, dobri.
banjo, fiddle and mandolin.
'North Florida Music and
Sound is open Monday through
Friday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.mn
and Saturdays from 10 a.m. to,
2 p.m.
A 3-day grand opening series
of events will begin on
Thursday, Feb. 24, and will
cont-i.nue--t-hrotgh-S-at-tra-df,.
Feb. 26.
An open house is planned
for Thursday from 6-8 p.m.
On Friday at noon, the
North EFlorida Regional
Chamber of Commerce will
join the celebration with a
ribbon cutting celebration.
Live entertainment and food
will be available at both events
and the public is invited.


Local man
to appear on
'CSI: New
York'
Bradford County's own
*Tory Kitties is an actor
who has appeared in
"Tigerland", "Malibu's
_Most Wanted",
"Frankenfish", "Phone
Booth", "Against the
Ropes" and "Big Shot".
He has also been
tapped to appear in the
Feb. 23 episode of
"CSI: New York". Check
your local listings for
the time pf the show.


In -service


Chris Elliott


Private Chris* Elliott
graduated from the United
-States Marine Corps boot
camp at Parris Island, S.C. on
Jan. 14. --
A 2004 graduate of Keystone
Heights High School, Elliott
is currently home on recruit
duty in Jacksonville and will,
report to North Carolina Feb. 8
for MCT.
Elli,6tt is the son of Linda
Elliott and the grandson of Pat
and David Lape.


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Fr vate
Leverette gradi
United States I
bobf-camp at


VFW' Posi #10
firsi and ihird Thi
morath at the pos
p.m.


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David J.
atied from- the
Marine Corps
Parris Island,

D16 meeis the
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Some at 7 30


S.C. onf Jan. 14.
A 2004 graduated of
Keystone Heights High
School, Leverette is at home
on recruit'duty in Jacksonville
and will report to North
Carolina Feb. 8 for M.C.T. In
March he will be in Pensacola
for A school in aviation
mechanics.
Le\erette is the son of
Brenda and Da\ id Leverette and
is the brother of Andy and
Sean..
Ace Hardware and Sabo's
Restaurant both displayed
welcome signs showing
support for Leverette and all
;the Marines serving our
7--country.


Navy Petty Officer 1st
Class Edwari A.
McCormick, whose wife,
.Jamela, is- the daughter of
Diane Blucher of Brackenridge,
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in support of the global war o
terrorism, while assigned to th
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Antietam, homeported in Sa
Diego.
Prior to deploying
McCormick and more than
6,500 of his fellow shipmate
of the USS Carl Vinso
Carrier Strike Group (CSG)
successfully completed a Join
Task Force Exercise (JTFEX
The JTFEX is the final step i
preparing the strike group fo
deployment, and is designed t.
test its ability. to -operate in
complex, hostile enyiromen
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forces.
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Section C: Thursday, Feb. 17, 2005 Telegraph Times Monitor


Bradford, Keystone people have a 'Super' time


By CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer


It was a mad dash onto the
field, followed by a lot of
screaming and jumping.up-and
down, which, in turn, was
followed by a mad dash off the
field.
Keystone Heights High
School student Kyle Bryan said
he was almost at a loss in trying
to comprehend what was going
on around him.
"It definitely was a blur," he
said. "I had to sit and think on
the bus, 'What just happened?'"
What just happened was that
J Bryan, in a. group of 2,500
people, was on the field of
Alltel Stadium during halftime
of Super Bowl XXXIX,
cheering on the performance of
Paul McCartney.
Bryan was one of 16 people
from Keystone who participated
in the halftime show. Bradford
County had 17 participaits-in-
the show. All but four of the
I people from the two groups
were students at either
Keystone Heights or Bradford
high schools
The Keystone group was
S organized by Bryan, while the
Bradford group was organized
by BHS student Rose Rezaei.
Like Bryan, Rezaei found out
about the opportunity to
participate in the halftime show
by watching the news on TV.
It sounded like a good idea to
Rezaei: "How many times do
you even get a chance to see a
Super Bowl, let alone be in it?"
The selected groups
participated in a practice on Jan.
30, then in a dress rehearsal on
Feb. 3 at Alltel Stadium.
As far as BHS teacher
I Christie Torode-one of the
group memb-ers--wa-s-
concerned, the dress rehearsal,
in which McCartney performed
his set twice, was the best part
of the whole experience. It \. as
a ..remarkably different
atmosphere than that at the
Super Bow I.
Keystone group member, and
Beatles fanatic. Kasey Fagan
shared Torode's sentiment.
"I liked the dress rehearsal
more than an.ithing else," saia
Fagan, a junior at KHHS.
On Feb. 6, the. day of the
Super Bov.1, the halftime
participants met at the.Police
Athletic League in Jacksonville.
They then loaded onto school
buses and rode to the stadium
with a police escort.
"People were stopping on the -
I oad looking at us, trN ing to
figure out who we were,"
Torode said.
"It was so cool." Rezaei said.
"We were driving yelloww buses
and we %were screaming out the
%windows. E1ersbody thought
we %ere somebody important."
Rezaei said the people exited
the buses one hour prior to
kickoff and waited at the
adjacent baseball complex.,
After a wait, the people lined up
and .waited to run out onitothe
field.
They \ i!ceived quite a
greeting from the crowd when
they.did take to the field, which
surprised Torode.
"These people didn't know us
from Adam," she Said "We
were nobody and they were
leaning over the sides, as we
were going out of the tunnels.
and cheering for us and taking..
our pictures."
The halftime participants


were very excited, to say the
least.
"We were supposed to line up.
in the end -zone, but people
didn't do that," Bryan said.
"They just ran straight to the


stage." --
-Rezjae said: "E'er)bod. had
a lot of adrenaline "
That was good, because the
people were supposed to be
*enthusiastic while McCartney


'was performing.
"People were screaming and
going crazy," Bryan said. "It
was the longest time I've'ever
had to jump up and down."
Torode said she and other


-members of her group enjoyed-
the fireworks during
McCartney's performance "of
"Live and Let Die."
"We liked them because they
warmed us up," she said. "It


was cold."
Bryant enjoyed the finale in
which the participants waved
flashlights as McCartney sang

See SUPER, p..2C


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player will

play at FCCJ
Keystone Heights High
School senior Branidonf Hayes
made it official on Feb. 11,
signing a letter-of-intent to play
baseball at Florida Community
College at Jacksonville.
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to read comments from Hayes,
as well as from Keystone coach
Alan Mattox and FCCJ coach
Chris Blaquiere. ,


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Paae 2C TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR--C-SECTION Feb. 17, 2005


Patent pending no longer


* Jack Montpetit
finally awarded,
patent for his Spigot
Freeze Preventer.


By CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer

Good things come to those
who wait, but as far as John
"Jack" Montpetit of Lake Butler
was concerned, he had waited
just about long enough.
However, everything worked
out in the end and Montpetit
finally has a patent in hand for
his invention-the Spigot
Freeze Preventer (SFP). The
SFP is a device that drips water
at a rate of either one-half
gallon per hour or one gallon
per hour, even if the spigot it is
attached to is open to maximum
flow
Montpetit said it was a load
off of his shoulders to finally
get the patent, but admitted that
he and Billy Hall, who is the
vice president of Montpetit
Entrerprises Inc., did not have
much time to recognize the fact
as they worked-as they did
throughout the patent-waiting
period-to get their product out
in front of as many consumers
as possible.
."We've, been so busy we
Haven't even had time to
celebrate," Montpetit said.
Though he finally got the
patent, the speed of the process
must have seemed, to
Montpetit, about as slow as the
water that drips through his
SFP. Montpetit's patent.
application was filed on Sept.
30, 2002. He received the
patent Dec. 14, 2004. Montpetit
thought the process took
entirely too long and he
expressed that sentiment to h is
patent attorney.
"I told him, if we want to
create these jobs, we've got to
expedite these patents."
Montpetit said. "You can't
hardly do anything-you can't
get a staff on board, you can't
get financing, you can't get a
lot of things until you.(receive a
patent). You can say, 'I've got a
patent pending.' but you may
never get a patent."
Montpetit said he talked to
his patent altorne. at some
point.ia November.of last year.
The attorney said all the
associated claims had been
approved and the process would
probably be finalized in three
months. Then it would take
about five months to get the
patent, the attorney said.
That did not satisfy
Montpetit. who had been
waiting for more than two years
at that point. He told his
attorney that the process was
not fair and he was going to
write to .his congressman and
*senators, as well as the
President.
The attorney .'s response was
that if he wanted a patent,
Montpetit just had to expect it
would take a long time.
"I said. 'Not really We really
need to do something about that
and I think it's about time
somebody started complaining
.about the long process." Guess
what? I got (the patern) in six
weeks (after that
conversation)."
Now that a patent is in hand,
?Montpetit and Hall are looking
into how they can bring the SFP
into a more widespread market.
"We need to penetrate the
market in a very big way for us
to be profitable." Hall said.
Said Montpetit: "We know
it's going to sell. It's just a'
matter of getting it out there.
Currently, the device is sold
online (www.frozenpipes.net)
and at various stores mainly in
north Florida and south
Georgia. Montpetit said
approximately 12 stores carried
the product in 2002. That
increased to 25 stores in 2003
and then to 55 stores last year.
However, the main reason
those stores are carrying tle
SFP is because Montpetit and.
Hall personally visited, each
store and discussed the product
with the owners. .
"We don't have the ability to
travel all over the United States
right now," Hall said.
Montpetit and Hall have put
in a lot of work to ready .the'
product for the national market.
The SFP devices are
individually packaged by
Clearwater Packaging, creating
a professional look, Montpetit
said. Adding to. the
professionalism is a marketing
!video made by Montpetit and
SHall.
Also, the SFP was tested by


East West Technologies in
Jupiter. The SFP held up and
continued dripping water at
temperatures of minus-16
degrees.
A burst test was also
conducted with the help of the


Lake Butler Fire Department. It turned out the man tried it at
"It went up to 250 pounds his own home and called
and didn't burst," Montpetit Montpetit to tell him the SFP
said. did not work.
"We don't have any concerns Once Montpetit figured out
about what we're selling what happened, he apologized
people," Hall said. "We're and gave the man another to try.
going to stand behind it because "He's been ordering them
we know it's already been ever since," Montpetit said.
proven to do what we say it's In Montpetit's experience,
going to do." once people-like that
particular store owner-try the
However, not every store SFP, they are pleased with the
owner is convinced-at first. results. A friend of Montpetit's
Montpetit recalls giving a box wife, Babs, told Montpetit she
of SFPs, on consignment, to the thought the SFP devices were
owner of a hardware store in the best things she had ever
Lake City last year. seen. They saved her the trouble
"We came by (later) to pick of having to get up two or three
them up and he couldn't even times a night during freezing
hardly find them," Montpetit weather to go outside and make
said of the owner. sure all her spigots were
Montpetit told the owner he dripping.
had to display the SFPs where "She called me the other day
people could see them. He left about something and asked me
two boxes with the man if he when I was going to come by
would put them in public view. and pick up her testimonial,"
The store owner only wanted Montpetit said. "We've got a
one box, but Montpetit insisted half dozen testimonials from
on two. people."
Well,..the SFPs did sell at the Some SFP users could speak
store. One customer even about how they've used the
bought 24 at a time. product for other purposes.
"(The store owner) called me Montpetit and Hall have met
and said, 'Hey, how about people who have used it to
bringing me some more,'" make sure their pets or farm
Montpetit said. animals have a constant supply
Another hardware stores of water. Some use it to water
owner in Camilla, Ga. just did trees and plants.
not want to listen to anything "It's got all kinds of uses,"
Montpetit had to say about the Montpetit said. "Every time I
SFP. Montpetit left the man turn around, someone's got
some literature and one of the another use for it." I '
devices. For more information about
Unfortunately, Montpetit had the SFP, you may visit the Web
a batch of SFPs in which the site www.frozenpipes.net: You
drippers were not installed. It may also call Montpetit at (386)
was one of those Montpetit left 496-3640 or e-mail him at
with the store owner in Georgia. jrm303@alltel.net.'
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"Hey Jude."
"It was awesome," he said.
"Eler\bod'; had, a light on.
They turned down the lights in
the stadium."
The halftime participants:
were given simple instructions
when the show was over-run,
run, run! All the equipment set
up. for McCartney's
performance was being moved
off the field right behind then
and the\ had to get off the field
as quickly as possible.
"That was a serious
adrenaline rush right there,"
Rezaei said.
The people, were bused back
to the Police Athletic League,
%%here a party was held 'for
them. They got to eat pizza and
recei ed several items of Super
Bowl paraphernalia, such as T-
shirts and hats.
Rezaei said the excitement
level among her group members'
did not wane 'during the drive.
back to Starke. ..'
"Afterward. everybody was
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exlcted," Rezaei said.
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members of her' group were
even singing. the songs
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way home. Before they got


Torode.
involved in the halftime show,
many of the-students had no
clue who McCartney was.
Torode said the students did
recognize some of the Beatles
songs after she played a CD for
them. However, she said the
students just did not grasp that'
they were seeing a "living.
legend."
"'To kids, (McCartney)'s not,
as big as Usher," Torode said.
Well, not all kids. McCartney
was the reason Fagan wanted to
participate in the halftime show.
She admitted she had tears in
her eyes the first time she saw
him. 4
'.'I didn't even care about the
Super Bowl," Fagan said. "I
just wanted to see him."
Fagan said she wished she


%ould have had the opportunity
to meet McCartney, but she was
glad she had the opportunity to
see him up close.
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got the opportunity to do so.
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situation being this close to
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KHHS set to play for regional title


By CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
They were in this position
two years ago,- only to lose 3-0
to Episcopal.
This year, the Keystone
Heights Indians were the ones
on the winning side of a
shutout, defeating visiting
Wakulla 4-0 in a boys' Region
1-3A soccer-semifinal match on
Feb. 15 in Keystone.
The Indians (15-5) will now
host either Bolles or Pensacola
Catholic for the Region. 1
championship this Friday, Feb.
18,; at 7 p.m.
"It feels great," said senior
co-captaih Kenny Turner, who
has been a key component of a
defense that has now shut out
both of its regional playoff
opponents. Keystone defeated
Episcopal 2-0 in .the
quarterfinals on Feb. 10 (see
related story).
"The key is the defense
stepping up and winning
headers in the air and winning


Keystone goal keeper Michael McLeod prepares to
kick the ball in Keystone's win over Episcopal.



Indians defeat

Episcopal.. .finally


By CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
It was the same score as last
year's Region l-3A boys'
soccer quarterfinal match
between the two teams, but this
time it was the Keystone
Heights Indians who walked off
the field victors.
Keystone defeated Episcopal
2-0 to earn its first win over the
Eagles (15-5-4) in four
attempts.
"We had a monkey on- our
back named Episcopal coming
into this game and we took that
monkey and stomped on it,"
Keystone head coach Roger
Lloyd said.
Chad Hapner scored both


goals. His first came when he
headed in.a free kick by Kenny
Turner with approximately 10
minutes, remaining in the first
half.
Hapner's second goal came
off of an assist by Brad Gober.
It was what has been a rather
routine game for Hapner this
season.
"He shoots with absolute
precision," Lloyd said. "That's
the mark of a quality striker."
Goal keeper Michael McLeod
had 14 saves to help preserve
the shutout.
While Keystone was
victorious in the first round of
the playoffs, Santa Fe, which
finished as District 4 runner-up
to Keystone, was .not so
fortunate. The Raiders (10-7)
lost 6-0 to fifth-ranked Bolles.


every free ball," Turner said.
"You've got to win every free
ball."
"It was another fine
performance put in by Kenny
Turner, Keith Wheeler and the
defense, along with (goal
keeper) Michael McLeod,"
Keystone head coach Roger
Lloyd said.
Keystone scored three first-
half goals. Chad Hapner was
out in front of the Wakulla
defense and made his way past
the goal keeper, :but his shot'
went off the left post. Brad
Gober was .there, however, to
play...the ricochet and put it in
the net almost four minutes into
the match.
Hapner scored the Indians'
second goal in the 12'h minute,
followed by Turner's goal in
the 26th minute.
Hapner scored the last goal in
the 54th minute. Hefired a shot
which deflected off the Wakulla
keeper, then played the
deflection for the goal.
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goals.
Lloyd said he thought his
team played a little sloppy,
especially on the offensive end
where he thought players were
rushing their shots.
Still, Lloyd said it was a
testament to the team to get a
shutout win in the regional
playoffs even when not playing
its best game.
"The mark of a winner is that
even when they don't play their
best game, they still win,"
Lloyd said. "We were a little
sloppy tonight, but we executed


when we had to and we still
came out with a good 4-0 game.
"We made history tonight
and we're very, very proud of
it. These young men have
worked hard all year and we're
looking forward to one more
step toward that Final Four."''

Nature never quite goes
along with, us. She is
somber at weddings, sunny
at funerals and she frowns
on 99 out of 100 picnics.
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Sean Gillespie takes a corner kick for Keystone
against Episcopal.


Jail changes
visitation
policy
The Bradford County Jail has
changed its policy on hours of
visitation for people who wish
to see inmates.
Effective .now, inmate
'isitation hours will be held in
the evenings and on weekends,
based on the classification of
the inmate. All potential
visitors must contact the jail at
904-966-6250 on Frida) s 6-11
p.m. to schedule visits for the
following week. No visits will
be scheduled at any other time.
" On ,the day the visit is
scheduled, visitors must be at
the jail 30 minutes prior to the
scheduled time of.the, visit in
order to sign in. Any person
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Area Marine

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the area who is interested in
forming a local Marine CU',,).,
League should attend a meetini,
on Thursday, Feb. 24, at 7 p.m.
at the Keystone Amvets hall at
6685 Brooklyn Bay Road in
Keystone, For more
information, contact Joe


Roberts at 352-473-8909.
If you are interested in being
part of a Marine Corps veterans
group that performs various
types of community service,
contact Roberts for information
about .a possible kickoff
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Hartsfield is lone medalist for area


* A total of five
lifters from BHS,
KHHS and UCHS
earn top-10 finishes.

By CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer


A total of 10 girls'
weightlifters from Bradford,
Keystone Heights and Union
County high schools competed
at the FHSAA Finals in DeLand
on Feb. 12, but Bradford's
Kayla Hartsfield was the only
one to come home with -a
medal.
Hartsfield placed fourth in
the 199-pnund clas- with a 165-
pound bench press and a 170-
pound clean and jerk for a 335-
pound total. She was also a
fourth-place finisher in last
year's finals.
LaKendra Thames of Winter
Springs won the state
championship with a bench
press of 175 pounds and a clean
and jerk of 195 pounds.
The top six lifters in each
class earned medals. Bradford's
Kelly Leigh just missed out on
earning one, placing seventh in
the 139-pound class. Leigh had
a 135-pound bench press and a
145-pound clean and jerk for a
280-pound total.
- Ke)stone's Brenda Ward was
right 'behind Leigh with a 140-
pound bench press and a 135-
pound clean and jerk for a,275-
pound total.
Winter Springs' Ashley.
Cleavers won the championship
in the 139-pound class with a
160-pound bench press and a
175-pound clean and jerk.
Rachel Lingerfelt of
Keystone and Kerrie Lynch of
Union County. each earned a
ninth-plaqe finish Lingerfell
had a 160-pound bench press
and a 125-pound clean and jerk
for a 285-pound total in the
199-pound class. ,
Lynch! entered the finals with
totals that would've placed her
15 spots from first in the 119-
pound class, but a personal-
record in the clean and jerk
helped her place higher. She
had a clean and jerk of 120
pounds and a bench press of
I 10 pounds for a 230-pound
total.


Bradford wrestler Justin Forsyth won his second
consecutive district championship.


BHS sending 8 to'

Region 2 meet
SIithird-place finishes for
By CLIFF SMELLEY Bradford. Agan started off the
Telegraph Staff Writer tournament by getting pinned in
S1-42, but he bounced back and
Justin Foslih r---- h-hs -pinrid his second opponent. in
second straight district just 45 seconds He then pinned
championship and he will his third opponent in 2:40.
advance to the Region 2-A Splitt lost to his 'first
tournament along with seven opponent, 11-7, before earning
other Bradford wrestlers after a16-7 win to salvage third.
their performance at the District Charlie Twiford placed fourth
5 meet on Feb. 12 at Clay High in the 130-pound class, \which
School in Green Cove Springs. also earned him a berth in the
Bradford finished third in the upcoming regional tournament.
team standings behind Twiford, who was competing
champion Clay and runner-up with a high fever, pinned his
'Menendez.. first opponent in 3:23. He was
Forsyth defeated his two then pinned in 4:30 before
opponents by scores of 10-0 coming back to pin his third
and 14-7 to win the 140-pound opponent in 4:58..
weight class. Forsyth has yet to The top four % wrestlers in each
lose a match this year. His weight class earned berths in
record is now 34-0. the Region 2 meet, which will.
Four Bradford wrestlers be held at Clay High School on
finished as district runners-up in Frida), Feb. 18, and Saturday,
their respective classes: Max Feb. 19. Friday's action will
Ennis (112-pound class), Bobby start at' noon, while the
Andrews (145), Doug Baldwin tournament on Saturday begins
(152) and Richard Mikell (160). at 10 a.m.
Ennis pinned his .first The consolation finals will be
opponent in'2:52 before he was- --at 5p.m. on Saturday and'the
pinned in 3:17 in the finals, finals ill be at 6 p.m
Andrews pinned his first
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She finished with a 195-
pound bench press and a 125-
pound clean and jerk for a 320-
pound total, which pui her in
16th place. That total was 50
pounds less than Fagan's best
this season.
Union County's Whitney
Sykes (139-pound class),. who
had a 105-pound bench press
and a 120-pound clean and jerk,
and Keystone's Lauren Stobbie.
(154) also competed.
Spruce Creek, last year's
overall state champion,
successfully defended its title.
Spruce Creek, which had four
first-place lifters, tallied. 47
points. Oviedo was runner-up
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Keystone girls settle for second in district again


By CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer


A win would have ended two
streaks, but the Keystone
Heights girls' basketball team,
dealing with illness and
injuries, still could not earn a
win against Santa Fe, losing 46-
34 to the top seed Raiders in the
District 4-3A championship
game on Feb. 12 in Keystone.
The Indians (18-8), by virtue
of playing in the championship
game, earned a berth in the
regional quarterfinals. They will
travel to Green Cove Springs to
play Clay on Thursday, Feb. 17,
at 7 p.m. Santa Fe will host
Ribault that same night.
It is the second straight year
the Indians have advanced to
the regional playoffs, but they
have now gone six seasons
without winning a district
championship. Keystone won
nine straight during 1991-99.
Santa Fe, meanwhile, won its
fourth straight title.


Keystone's Kaylene Rountree (right) and Santa Fe's
Kim White chase after a loose ball.


Keystone gave the Raiders
their closest games of the
regular season, losing by a total
of three points in two games.
Keystone head coach Deborah
-Feagle said it seemed her team
just ran out of gas in the second
half of the championship game.
Three players were battling
sickness and two players-Sara
Crane and Kellie
Spaulding-were on the bench
With injuries.
"If we had 'a full, healthy
team and everybody playing, I
think we could've made it a
tighter game," Feagle said.
A basket by Kaylene
Rountree gave the Indians their
final lead late in the second
quarter, but two consecutive 3-
pointers by Santa Fe sent the
Raiders into the half up 19-14.
Janay McCray, who made
one of those 3-pointers, scored
five points early in the third
quarter to help the Raiders go
up by eight.
Five points by Karlyn
Reddish and a basket by Jessica
Whitfield helped the Indians
pull within 28-25, but the
Raiders then scored the next 12
points.
Kim White sparked Santa
Fe's run, which extended into
the fourth quarter. White did
not play most of the third
quarter because she picked up
her third foul in the second
quarter. However, she scored,
six points during Santa Fe's
run. She had.two consecutive
steals at one point, one leading
to a layup for herself and the
other leading to a basket by
McCray.
The Indians failed to score in
the fourth quarter until Mindy
Poupard made a,3-pointer with
4:03 to play. It was the first of
three consecutive 3-pointers by
Keystone and they pulled the
Indians within six points with
just under two minutes to play.
Keystone would not score
again. I
Reddish was the Indians'
'leading scorer with just seven
points. Whitfield led the team
with seven rebounds.
McCray and White led' the
Raiders with 16 and 11 points,
respectively.
It was a disappointing loss;
but Feagle.felt good overall
about finishing as district
runner-up in her .first season as
coach.
Alsd, ,she.. could e.ioL,,say
enough about the effort her


Bradford's Jerrica Warren (left) seems determined to keep the ball away from
Keystone's Kellie Spaulding.



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players gave against Santa Fe.
"I'm proud of them," Feagle
said.
The winner of the Keystone-
Clay regional quarterfinal game
will play a semifinal game
.Tuesday, Feb. 22, against either
Pensacola Catholic (20-6). or
Florida High (19-6).
Feagle, following the
conclusion of the Santa Fe
game, said there is a chance
Crane could return to the lineup
against Clay. Crane has been
out with an ACL injury. I
Spaulding, however, may not


return this season after suffering
a severe ankle sprain in the
district semifinal game against
Bradford, Feagle said.


Score by Quarter
KHHS: 9 5 11
SFHS: 10 9 13


9-34
14-46


Keystone Scoring (34):
Cherish Beck 2, Leanne Harris
3, Mary Anne McCall 4, Ashley
Passwater 2, Poupard 6,
Reddish 7, Rountree 4, Whitfield
6. 3-pointers: Harris, Poupard
2. Free throws: 5-15.


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Tosha Griffin scored a7game-
high 20 points, but it was ndt
enough for the Bradford girls':
basketball team in a 58-48 loss
.to Keystone Heights in the
District 4-3A semifinals on Feb.
10 in KeN stone.
The Tornadoes (7-11) trailed
for most of ,the game.
Consecutive, baskets by Griffin
hnd Ashley Thompkins did give
1radford an eafly-9-6 lead, but
Keystone would go on a 14-2
run to take the lead for good.


Cherish Beck had four points
for the Indians during the run
and Kaylene Rountree's basket
put Keystone up 20-11.
Bradford would go on a run
of its own, pulling within.20-18
after a 3-pointer by Griffin.
That was as close as the
Tornadoes would get.
Keystone held a six-point
lead at the half, but scored' the
first five points of the third
quarter. Karl n Reddish scored
following her own steal and
Kellie Spaulding made a free
throw and a basket to put the
Indians up 36-25.
Griffin would help the,


Tornadoes close the gap again.
Her 'steal led to a layup by
Ebony Smith, which pulled
fr'adford within seven. Griffin
then hit a 3-pointer to make the
score 38-34.
Keystone's Mindy Poupard
answered with a 3-pointer of
her own as the Indians closed
out the quarter outscoring
Bradford 7-3.
Reddish and Spaulding each
scored four points in the fourth
quarter as the Indians were able
to stay in front and take the win.
Spaulding led Keystone with
See DISTRICT, p. 6C


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ABOVE: Josh Weaver signs while his parents, Ken and Gayle Weaver, look on.
BELOW: Letroy Guion puts his name on the dotted line while his parents, Connie and
Robert Bellamy, lend moral support.


Union County girls lose


to Santa Fe in semifinals


By CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer

Union County made it to the
semifinals of the. District 4-3A
girls' basketball tournament,
but top seed Santa Fe awaited
the third-seeded Tigers, handing
them a 47-28 loss on Feb. 10 in
Keystone Heights.
'It was the third time the
young Tigers' team played
Santa Fe this season and the
third double-digit loss.
However, the semifinal loss
was the only one of those three
games in which the mercy
rule-the .utilization of a
running clock once a 35-point
margin is reached in the second
half-was not employed.
'"This was a great game for
the girls," said Union head&
coach Perry Davis. "They
showed so much improvement
over the year. Normally Santa
Fe can score as many points as


they want, but we worked as a
team and were able to keep
them under 50."
Renee Cooper scored nine
points for the Tigers; who
finished the season with an 11-8
record. Santa Fe (18-8) went on
to win the district
championship, defeating
Keystone 46-34.


Score by Quarter
UCHSf 6 7 7
SFHS: 11 16 14


8-28
6-47


Union County Scoring (28):
Nichole Bryant 2, Cooper 9,
Amika Davis 6, Amber
Franzluebbers 3, Kent 8. 3-
pointers: Kent. Free throws:
7-12.

Earlier result:

UC 40 Ft. White 37
Amber Franzluebbers


recorded her sixth double-
double of the year and made
some key free throws down the
stretch as the Tigers defeated
Fort White 40-37 in the
quarterfinals of the District 4-
3A tournament on Feb. 8.
Davis said it was the best he
had seen Fort Whiteilplay this
year-the Tigers defeated the
Indians by margins of 19 and 23
.points during the season-but
he said his team could have
played better.
Our defense was not, ,as
sharp as I would have liked to
have seen it," Davis said.,
Franzluebbers led the Tigers
with 18 points, 15 rebounds and
three blocks. She. was 6-of-8
from the foul line.
Miranda Kent, whom Davis
said made some well-timed 3-
pointers, added nine points.
Cooper had nine rebounds and
Vanessa Clemons and Nichole
Bryant'had nine and six steals,
respectively.


2 Bradford players make


choices on signing day


By CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer

Two Bradford football
players singed their names on
the dotted line when National
Signing DaN rolled around on
Feb. 2.
Defensive lineman Letroy
Guion will be going to Butler
Community College in El
Dorado, Kan. and offensive
lineman Josh Weaver will be
attending Liberty University in
Lynchburg, Va.
"It's a good opportunity,"
Guion said. "I've wanted to
play football all my life."
Guion is being placed at
Butler by Florida State
University.
"Butler's going to redshirt
him next year," Bradford head
coach Chad Bankston said, "If
he takes care of his coursework
and does ear>) thing he need to
do, when he signs with Florida
State he'll play for three years
when he gets there instead of
two."
,Bankston said FSU was the
only major college that showed
its willingness to work with
,Guion and help him become
eligible.
"It's real exciting." Guioni
said. "I wasn't expecting it. I


knew I was good, but I wasn't
expecting them to place me (at
Butler) like that."
Guion now plans to put in a
lot of hard work in the weight-
room and in the classroom to
ready himself for FSU.
Bankston said hard work is one
of Guion's biggest attributes as
a player.
"He's good, but he's that
much better because he plays
hard all the time," Bankston
said.
Guion's hard work this past
season resulted in him being a
Class 2A first-team All-State
selection and runner-up for the
Class 2A Player of the Year.
"To me, he's the best
defensive lineman in the state
of Florida, hands down."
Bdnkstoi said. 7 ..
Weaver, who ,ak also a 'first-
team All-State selection, is
looking forward to the
opportunity to continue his
playing career.
"It's nice because I love
football," he said. "I like it
probably almost more than
an. thing."'
Weaver said he received
offers from Central Florida,
Florida Atlantic and Georgia
Southern. but he said he liked
the .environment at Liberty.
Weaver was raised in a


Christian family and Liberty is
a Christian university.
"' I think it's a good place for
me to go," Weaver said.
Bankston said the thing that
stands out about Weaver is his
footwork--he's quick for a 6-3,
270-pound lineman.
"Josh is a kid with a lot of
upside," Bankston said. "In the
next year, I think he's going to
make big-time strides to really
reach his potential. They're
going to redshirt him, so I think
that's going to help him."
Weaver admitted sitting out a
year will be difficult, but he
said he understands why that's
necessary-most linemen
coming out of high school are
not ready for the physical rigors
p cojegiate football. ,,
"It will be tough .ito edshirt),
but'it-will be worth it," Weaver
said.
Bankston said Weaver, like
Guion, is a hard worker.
"He's that type of kid,"
Bankston said. "He's going to
egat-out work from the time, he
steps on campus until he
leaves."


DISTRICT
Continued from p. 5C

11 points and nine rebounds.
Poupard had nine points, while
Reddish had seven steals.
Rountree had eight rebounds.
Thompkins finished with 11
points for Bradford.

Score by Quarter
BHS; 11 14 12 11-48
KHHS: 16 15 14 13-58

Scoring
Bradford (48): Griffin 20,
Khalaa Hill 2, Shamaraya Kelly
2, Tosha Newman 2, Smith. 3,
Thompkins 11, Jerrica Warren
6. 3-pointers: Griffin 5. Free
throws: 2-9.
.Keystone (58): Beck 4, Leanne
Harris 5, Ashley Knabb 2, Mary
Anne McCall 2, Ashley.
Passwater 4, Poupard 9,
Reddish 8, Rountree 7,
Spaulding 11, Jessica Whitfield
6. 3-pointers: Poupard. Free
throws: 15-24.

Earlier BHS risuld:

Hamilton 61 BHS 53
It was a close game
throughout, but the Tornadoes
were outscored 18-9 in the final
-quarter of a 61-53 loss to
visiting Hamilton County on
Feb. 5 to close out the regular


season.
Bradford held a one-point
lead going into the fourth
quarter. The, Tornadoes
outscored the Trojans 13-12 in
the first quarter and both teams
scored .the same amount of
points in the second and third
quarters.
t Thompkins and Griffin led
the Tornadoes with 20 and -17
points, respectively.
Score' by Quarter
HCHS: 12 13 18 18-61
BHS: 13 13 18 9-53
Bradford Scoring (53):
Courtney Cummings 1, Tasha
Gordon 3, Griffin 17, Newman 2,
Smith 4, Thompkins 20, Warren


6. 3-pointers: Gordon, Griffin,
.Smith.

BHS 57 Rams 19
Khalaa Hill scored a game-
high 17 points as. the Tornadoes
put an end to a four-game
losing streak, defeating
Interlachen 57-19 in a
quarterfinal game of the District
4-3A tournament on Feb.' 8.
Griffin scored 13 points and
Thompkins added eight in the
win that put the Tornadoes into
the semifinals.
Bradford Scoring (57):
Cummings 6, Griffin 13, Hill 17,
Kelly 3, Smith 4, Thompkins 8,
Warren 4, Jasmine Williams 2.
3-pointers: Hill.


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By CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer

Marcus Wilson and Japan
'Opie" Ruise each had a
double-double as the Bradford
boys' basketball team
concluded the regular season by
defeating visiting Hamilton
County 74-56 on Feb. 10: ....
The Tornadoes, who closed
the season by winning four of
five games, led by just one
point after the first quarter.
However, Bradford went on to
outscore Hamilton 27-7-irr-the
second quarter for a 42-21
halftime lead.
Wilson scored eight ou his
team-high 23 points in ihe
second quarter, %while Ruise
scored 12 of his 19 points in the
first half.
Darryl Hankerson also helped
the Tornadoes in the first hall
with seven second-quarter
points.
Hankerson finished the game
with 15 points, while D'Andre
Seay had 10.
Ruise and Wilson had 18 and
10 rebounds, respecutely
Bradford- was" l28- pror to
the quarterfinals of the Districi
4-3A tournament, which is
being hosted by Santa Fe High
School in Alachua. The



UC boys

snap 4-

-game-lide


Tornadoes, seeded third in the 10, Wilson 23. 3-pointers:
tournament, played sixth seed Ruise, D. Hankerson 2, Seay 3,
Fort White on Tuesday. If the Wilson 3. Free throws: 5-10.
Tornadoes won, they will play
second seed Union County in a Earlier results: -
semifinal game on Friday. Feb.
18, at 6 p.m.
The championship game will BHS 67 Union Co. 65
be Saturday, Feb. 19, at 7 p.m. Ruise scored a game-high 30


Score by Quarter
HCHS: 14 7 17
BHS: 15 27 19


18-56
13-74


Bradford Scoring (74): Josh
Blye 2, Letroy Guion 3, D..
-lHankerson 15, Jimmy
Hankerson 2, Ruise 19, Seay


points as the Tornadoes
defeated district opponent
Union County 67-65 on Feb. 4
in Lake Butler.
Ruise and Seay combined to
score 18 of Bradford's 25
fourth-quarter points. Seay
finished with 19 points, while
.Letroy Guion added 10 points.


in 74-56 Bradford win


Score by Quarter
BHS: 12 15 15 25-
UCHS: 11 14 14 26-


-67
-65


Bradford Scoring (67): Guion
10, Kadeem Leverson 3, Ruise
30, Seay 19, Wilson 5. 3-
pointers: Leverson, Ruise,
Seay 2.
BHS 65 Hamilton 53
Bradford outscored Hamilton
County 36-26 in the second and
'third quarters en route to a 65-
53 win on Feb. 5 in Jasper.
Ruise scored 17 points in the
first half and finished with 36.
Wilson had 14 points and Seay
added eight.


Score by Quarter
BHS: 14 20 16 15-65
HCHS: 15 18 8 12-53

Bradford Scoring (65):
Chuckie Covington 4, Guion 3,
D. Hankerson.6. J. Hankerson
3, Leverson 3, Ruise 36, Seay
8, Wilson 14. 3-pointers: D.
Hankerson, Leverson, Ruise.

Williston 83 BHS 47
The Tornadoes found
themselves facing a large deficit
at the half and an even larger
one ,heading into the final
quarter in an 83-47 loss to host


Williston on Feb. 7.
Bradford trailed 42-27 at the
half before being outscored 20-
9 in the third quarter.
Ruise led the Tornadoes with
15 points, while Wilson had 11.
Seay-added nine points.

Score by Quarter
BHS: 11 16 9 11-47
WHS: 17 25 20 21-83.

Bradford Scoring ( 7)
Covington 2, Guion 4, D.
Hankersori 2, Leverson 1, Ruise
15, Seay 9, Ike Wanton 3,
Wilson 11. 3-pointers: Seay,
Wanton.


By CLIFF SMELLEY
- Telegraph Staff Writer


It was close to a fifth straight
loss, but the Union .Counts
boys' basketball team was able
to cap the regular season on a
winiting note b1' defeating
visiting Newberr\ 57-54 on
Feb. 10.
The Tigers (13-12) .vere--
outscored 12-5 in the first
quarter, but were able to
outscore Newberry in every
quarter afterward. Union cut a
five-point halftime deficit to
two heading into the final
quarter. .
Garj Smith scored 13L points
and had 12 rebounds to lead the
Tigers. Jonathan Alexander and
Kevin Alexander each had 10
points and C.J. Spiller added
Union County next play_
Friday,-Feb.-8, in the District
4-3A tournament semifinals at
Santa Fe High "School in
Alachuj.. The Tigers, the
tournament's number-two seed,
\will play either third seed
'Bradford or sixth seed Fort
White at6 p.m.
The district championship
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Score by Quarter
NHS: 12 17 14 11-54
UCHS: 5 19 .,1Z J -. -
Union County Scoring (57): J
Alexander 12, K. Alexander 12
Oliver 2, Spiller 10, Smith 13
Young 5. Free throws: 10-22.


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For more information, please
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Mosley at (904) 368-0273.


Sign up for
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