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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: March 17, 2005
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Union -- Lake Butler
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    Section A: Main: Classified Ads
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    Section A: Main Continued
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    Section B: Regional News
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    Section C: Features and Sports
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Floyd wins governor's All-Star Award


FFA holds-
annual plant
and chick sale
The Lake Butler FFA will
hold its annual plant and
chick sale Wednesday,
Thursday and Friday, March
23-25 from 9 a.m. until 4
p.m. The sale will take place
at UCHS agricultural
building located across from
the high school on S. Lake
Avenue. On March 24,
chicken and rice dinners
will be sold. For more
information call the
agricultural department at
(386) 496-4196.


FBC's '40
Days of
Purpose"
concludes
The First Baptist Church"
o9f Lake Butler will conclude
its "40 Days of Purpose".
program will conclude on
Sunday, March 20. The last
service will begin at 10 a.m.
and be held in the Union
County High School
auditorium. The musical
group "Testify" will
perform. A covered dish
luncheon will follow at the
Lakeside Community
Center in Lake Butler. For
more informationcall (386) -
496-3704.


St Johns AME
hosts gospel
sing
The St Johns AME
Church will host a gospel
sing on Sunday, March 20,
beginning at 6 p.m. The
Gospel Truevine .of
Madsion will be a part of
the event. Hot fried fish will
be sold. For more
information contact Pastor
Georgia Edwards at (386)
288-9022.

Eastern Star
installs,
officers
Lake 'Butler chapter 40,
Order of the Eastern Star,
will hold the installion of its
2005-2006 officers on
Thursday, March 18, at 7;30
h.m. The event will take
lace at the Masonic lolge
located on Main Street in
'Lake Butler. All friends and
family are welcome. For
more information call (386)
.496-1585.

Historical
Society will
hold meeting
The Union County
Historical Society will meet
on Monday, March 28, at 7
p.m. The meeting will "take-
place in the Townsend
Building located on Main
St. in Lake Butler. For more
information call (386) 496-
3044.


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


By JAMES REDMOND.
Times Staff Writer
A busy lifestyle has earned
one Union County High
School (UCHS) junior an extra
special recognition,
Stephanie Floyd, daughter of
Don and Debbie Floyd of Lake
Butler, has earned the
governor's High School All-
Star Award. "Floyd's
extensive list of school
activities, awards and honors
and community involvement'
made her the clear choice for
the award," said UCHS
Principal Gale Lappalainen.
.The junior's list of
achievements include National
Honor Society, "A" honor roll
student and varsity letters in
both softball and tennis.
Every,member of the junior
class was eligible for the
award. The more than 140
students were looked at in four
different categories. Academic
success, behavior, leadership
and community service were
all considered when Floyd was


chosen.
Floyd's 4.18 grade point
average put her far above the
3.0 minimum required to be
considered for the award. Last
year Floyd scored a five on
both the English and math
sections of the FCAT test.
In the area of behavior,
Lappalainen said Floyd is an
excellent student. "We've
never had any problems from
Stephanie," said Lappalainen.
Floyd's leadership abilities
are shown in her role as junior
class president. In addition,
Floyd is the treasurer of the
Interact Club, as well as
student and section leader in
the UCHS band.
Kelly Dorsey, band director
for UCHS, said Floyd is a self
motivated, dependable student.
"I feel she'll be very successful
in her adult life," said Dorsey.
Floyd is a member of both the
high school's marching and
symphonic bands. Floyd plays

See FLOYD, p. 2A


Above: Principal Gale Lappalainen (left) presents Stephanie Floyd (middle) with a plaque
recognizing her as the governor's All-Star Award winner from Union County.
Superintendent Carlton Faulk (right) was also present Floyd will travel to Tallahassee on
April 1 to meet with Governor Jeb Bush. For more about the award, see related story.


Library's birthday reminds


staff of past and future


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Above: The membersof the Union County Public Library staff recently celebrated 15 years
of serving Union County. Picturedfleft to right are,; row: Cindy Croft, Priti Bhatt, Betty
Lou Halle and Bela Bhatt. 2nd row: Carol Baer, Mary Brown and Mary Weatherholt.


By JAMES REDMOND
Times Staff Writer


As the Union County Public
Library (UCPL) celebrates its
15th birthday, not only are
library staff looking back,
they're looking ahead as well.
On March 1, 1990, the
UCPL officially opened its
doors to the public. With a
little more than 3,000 books,
the library 'had very .humble
beginnings.
Today, the library has more
than 30,000 books and other
media that residents can use.
'"We .are literally shelving
.,books to the roof," said UCPL
'Director Mary Brown. Library
staff are unable to keep all the
materials in just one building.
Trailers out back house some
of the library's overflow
material.
The library's preschool
program is one of the things
that has made significant
strides. In 1990, the library
presented 14 programs to 516
children. In 2004, it presented
200 programs which drew,


more than 10,000 participants.
In the first year the library
was open it circulated 9,687
books. In 2004, it circulated
nearly five times that many.
Brown estimates the library
circulated between 45,000 and
55,000 books last year.
Along with the increase in
the number of materials the
library has to offer, its purpose
has grown as well. The library
is now a modern media center
that houses videos, audio
cassette tapes, books on CD
and DVDs.
In addition to new forms of
media, the library has
expanded the horizons of the
residents of the county.
Computers allow patrons to
surf the World Wide Web. In
addition to the Web, patrons
have access to several
databases including: Infotrac,
NetLibrary and Heritage
Quest. More than 1,000
patrons per month currently
use these services.
In 1996, the library became
part of the New River Public
Library Cooperative (NRPLC)..


Baker, Bradford and Union
counties brought their libraries
together to provide a wide
range of support. The
formation of the cooperative
gives library patrons three
times the resources from which
to draw from. The NRPLC
maintains an automation
system that the counties share.
NRPLC also provides a
bookmobile for all three
counties.
Recently UCPL has begun
offering basic computer classes
to the public. The free of
charge .learning experiences
take place three times a month.
The classes are well attended.
The library also serves as an
outlet for teenagers in the
county as. well. Junior Friends
of the Library (JFOL) allows
young people to get together
and fhey help the community.
JFOL takes part in many
volunteer projects throughout
the community.
The library serves many
different functions in the

See BDAY, p. 10A


Threats get Raiford teen arrested


By JAMES REDMOND
Times Staff Writer
Making threats to bring pipe
bombs and grenades to school
and detonate them has gotten a
Raiford teen in trouble.
According to a report from
the Union County Sheriff's
, Office (UCSO), the 14-year-
old told several classmates that
he had pipe bombs and
homemade grenades. The teen
threatened to bring the devices
to Union County High School
(UCHS) and detonate them.
He-wo i nt n tn tell nne


classmate that he had a gun as
well. When asked if he
intended to shoot the
classmates he said he would
shoot anyone who got in his
way.
After interviewing the
witnesses, Sargent Ray
Shuford of UCSO found out
this was not the first run-in
they had with the boy.
According to the witness,, the
teen had been standing behind
the witness when attempting
to open a locker. The witness
said the teen was trying to gain
access to the combination of
the locker. Realizing what was


taking place, the witness left
and did not open the locker.
When making his threats, the
teen told the witness he would
put a bomb in the locker of the
witness' friend. The teen'
included the number of the
locker in his threats.
According to witnesses, the
teen's motives for bringing the
devices were that he hated
UCHS. He also made
comments about several
teachers referring to them as
"spawns of Satan."
On March 2, Shuford met
See TEEN, p. 6A


If this had been an actual

emergency


The Lake Butler Fire Department is currently going
through training to update their firefighting
certification. Each Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday
the group travels to Maccellany to go through the
rigorous training. Above Lieutenant Bryan Fritz dons
his safety equipment. The exercise required Fritz to be
without the use of sight while following sounds. He
has placed his safety hood on backwards to block his
vision. Training continues through June.


Above: Safety officer'
Jerry Bryan attempts to
follow tapping noises
while negotiating the Banks attempts to put on
course. Bryan was his safety gear in one
attempting to hold the minute and 45 seconds.
back leg of a fellow All participants must be
firefighter while able to do this in order to
practicing search and pass.
rescue techniques. I --- Mi M1-


Chief Mike Banks and
Fritz crawl toward the
tapping sound a
Worthington Springs
firefighter Is creating on
the barrel in front of
them.


Banks completes the task
in one minute and 34
seconds. He claps his
hands to signal
completion.


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FLOYD
Continued from p. 1A

both flute and piccolo in the
band.
Floyd's list of community
involvement is a long one.
Some of the highlights of the
list include being: a member of
the youth group at Harmony
Freewill Baptist Church, a
volunteer with the Toys for
Kids program and a musical
tutor for the local Boy Scout
-Troop.
Floyd not only helps her
community, but other schools
as well. Floyd volunteers to
help up-and-coming flute and
piccolo players at Lake Butler
Middle School (LBMS). She
was a prominent member of
the band while attending
LBMS. Her active role earned
her Band Member of the Year
honors while in middle school.
In order to choose a
recipient, UCHS convened a
special panel comprised of at
least one teacher, one
administrator, one parent, one
community member and two
high school seniors. The panel
was tasked with determining
which junior best met the
state's criteria for the award.
When asked how she
balanced her hectic schedule,
Floyd said it was easy. "If I
had free time I wouldn't know
what to do," said Floyd. "I've
always been doing something."
So that she was not bored
during last year's summer'
break, Floyd attended Florida
State University's band camp
program. "Stephanie has
always sought out musical
instruction to better herself,"
said Dorsey.
On Friday, April 1,
Governor Jeb Bush will host a
luncheon for the recipients of
the award from all 67 school
districts. It will take place at
the Governor's Mansion and
will be followed by a
roundtable discussion. Award
winners will have their picture
taken with Bush and receive a
certificate of recognition.
When asked if she was
looking forward to meeting
Bush, Floyd said she definitely
was. "But I have rio idea what
I'm going to say to him," said
-Floyd.


Above: This drawing is the preliminary site plan for a
new subdivision called Oak Meadows Estates that will
be located on CR-239A. The county voted 5-0 to allow
land owners Jerry and Lee Ann Blalock to develop it.


Oak Meadows Estates

approved by county


By JAMES REDMOND
Times Staff Writer


Residents on CR-239A will
be getting some new neighbors
in the near future.
On March 10, by a 5-0 vote,
the Union County Board of
County Commissioners
approved a new subdivision
that will be known as Oak_
Meadows -Estates. Preliminary
"plans for the ,3-acre tract


restricted. It will be a homes-
only area. Representative for
the subdivision, Billy
Woodington, said there-were
plans to build a few homes in
the subdivision. "Most of the
lots will be sold as they are,"
said Woodington. "We do plan
to build a few houses in the
subdivision."
Jerry and Lee Ann Blalock
of Lake Butler are the owners'
of record of the property.


dj I Imem Redr mond"'an Wc '
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an music. If had more time The subdivision will be deed jamesredmondl@yahoo.com
I would probably focus more
on dual enrollment," said "
Floyd.
In the future, Floyd plans on
going after a degree in both FCSP tosts
performance music and Fre Support group
dentistry. At what school she ree support group
plans on pursuing these M medicare The Family Caregiver
degrees is yet to be Support Program (FCSP) of
determined. "Florida State has counseling Gainesville will host
the third best band program, "Caregiver's Dinner Box-
while Florida has an excellent offered to Fun and Socialization" for
dental college," said Floyd. caregivers. and grandparents


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

BC-UC people
needed for
counseling
program
Terry White, secretary of the
Florida Department of Elder
Affairs, invites volunteers to
join the award-winning SHINE
(Serving Health Insurance
Needs of Elders) Program that
helps elders make informed
decisions about Medicare and
health insurance.
Comprehensive training is
provided.
SHINE volunteers provide
individual counseling and
assistance to elders and their
caregivers about Medicare,
Medicaid,, Medicare plan
choices and other health
insurance issues. Services are
free, unbiased and confidential.
Volunteers also make
educational presentations to
community groups and
participate in local health fairs,
senior fairs and outreach
events. SHINE volunteers
make a difference in the lives
of elders and their caregivers.
SHINE is part of- a
nationwide network of state
health insurance programs
funded through grants from the
Centers for Medicare and
Medicaid Services (CMS), the
federal Medicare agency,
For more information, call
the Elder Helpline at 1-800-
262-2243.


Because I have confidence
in the power of truth and of
the spirit, I believe in the
future of mankind.
-Albert Schweitzer


seniors
Free Medicare counseling is
being offered to seniors
through the Department of
Elder Affairs (DEA) Serving
Health Insurance Needs of
Elders (SHINE) program.
Elders and family members
who have questions or
problems with Medicare and
other health insurance
programs now have a place to
turn.
Specially trained volunteer
counselors provide free
information and assistance to
Union County Residents on
Thursday at Suwannee River
Economic Council, 855 SW
6th Ave. in Lake Butler.
Appointments are required.
Call the Elder Help Line at 1-
800-262-2243 for an
appointment or for more
information.


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raising grandchildren .on
Wednesday, IMarch 23,
beginning at 5:30 p:m. The
,meeting will take place at
'Rhodes Bar-B-Q located on
Lake .Avenue in Lake
Butler. Respite and sitter
reimbursement is available
for this event. For more
information, call Mary
Barker at (386) 496-1358 or
1-800-717-3277.


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Accident takes life of

Lake Butler man


A 59-year-old Lake Butler
man was killed March 10 when
his motorcycle was struck on
SR-121.
Mark Henry Martin, driving
a 2002 Yamaha cycle, was
northbound on SR-121 at,9:45
p.m., according to Florida
Highway Patrol Trooper B.M.
Lamb. A 1997 Oldsmobile,
driven by Laura Wood, 17, of
Gainesville, was westbound on
Southwest. 75th Trail. Wood
attempted a left turn onto SR-
121 into the path of the cycle,
Trooper Lamb said.. Martin was
ejected when his cycle struck
the left front of the Olds.


Creation
emphasis


evening
What can you learn that will
change the way you look at the
world forever?
Pastor Art Peterson
announced that Dr. Grady S.
McMurtry, biblical scientific
creationist, will be speaking on
Wednesday, March 30,
beginning at 6:30 p.m. The
event will take place at First
Christian Church located at
155 N. W. First Street in Lake
Butler.
McMurtry is a recognized
international speaker on the
subject of creation versus
evolution. Both from a biblical
viewpoint as well as that of
secular science. He has an
entertaining and humorous
style of presenting scientific
fact and Bible truths. His
insights into the events of the
past will stir your spirit and
affirm in your heart the truth
about the biblical record of
creation, the flood and man.
McMurtry has credentials as
a scientist, an expert school
board witness and a visiting
professor on school, college
and university campuses
around the world. All persons,
junior high through adult; will
be captivated by his grasp of
the facts, open style and love
for the Lord.
McMurtry was an
evolutionist for 20 years prior
to being convinced, ofthe
scientific foundation 'or' the
creation viewpoint. McMurtry
addresses this issue on the
basis of science and contends
for the truth of the biblical
account of creation arid its
tremendous relevance to our
lives. The topic of the evening
will be "The Waters Cleaved."


Martin and Wood were
transported to Shands in
Gainesville. Martin died en
route to the hospital, according
to Corporal James Starling,
homicide investigator.
Wood's injuries were not life
threatening, Trooper Lamb
said.
A passenger in the Olds,
Joshua Clemons, 19, of Lake.
Butler was not injured.
Charges are pending in the
crash, Trooper Lamb said.
There is no evidence of the
crash being alcohol related,
Trooper Lamb said. .,


"The Creation Bookstore"
will also be available. It's hard
to know the best books on such
a wide range of subjects that
are suitable for each age group.
This is your opportunity to
buy. Home-schoolers looking
for curriculum will want to
review the titles on the book
and tape tables.
Peterson invites and
encourages the community to
attend this life changing
evening on "Creation Our
Foundation."


Pine Grove
CMC to have
revival
Pine Grove Congregational
Methodist Church, CR-199 in
Raiford, will have a revival
Wednesday-Friday, March 23-
25, 7. p.m.
Daniel Prevatt will be the
speaker for the revival and for
Easter Sunday service on
March 27 at 11 a.m.
A covered lunch and an
Easter egg hunt will
immediately follow the Sunday
service.
Easter Sunday is also.
homecoming for.the church and
cemetery. A business meeting
will be held at 2:30 p.m. at
which time donations and
annual fees for the cemetery
will be accepted.
- The public is invited to all
events.

NCFRPC to
meet,
The North Central Florida
Regional Planning Council
(NCFRPC) will meet on
Thursday, March 24, at 7:30
p.m. The meeting will be
held at the Quality Inn
located at 213 SW
Commerce Drive in Lake
City. For more information
call (352) 955-2200 or 1-
800-226-0690 -to .make
reservations or for more
information.


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March 17, 2005 UNION COUNTY TIMES Page 3A


Lake City
Community
College
receives
$5,000 grant
Getting paid to learn? Now
there's a proposition not
available at many colleges.
How about receiving a new
business suit? Being eligible
for cash and prizes upon the
completion of the training
sessions? Getting the chance
to pick the brains of successful
small business owners? Dr.
Sheri Carder, advisor to Lake
City Community College's
(LCCC"S) Students in Free
Enterprise (SIFE) team,
announces just such a
program.
The SIFE Team at the
college has been awarded a
$5,000 grant called "It's About
$upce$$" from the Marcus
Foundation, a national SIFE
sponsor. The grant is
specifically targeted to
teaching disadvantaged groups
the benefits of
entrepreneurship.
The SIFE team designed an
ambitious .program, targeting
the high school seniors who
are Take Stock in Children
(TSIC) recipients in Columbia
County. Seventeen seniors are
eligible to participate.
This high-powered program
covers a three-month period.
The TSIC seniors will attend
training workshops on
Saturday at the college on
resume writing, interviewing
techniques, business ethics;
business etiquette, .personal
credit, financial literacy and
small business ownership.
To encourage participation,
all students will Teceive
"payment" in the form of cash
scholarships for attending the
sessions. The students will
also complete a four-hour job
shadowing 'experience with
local, successful entrepreneurs.
Following the job
shadowing, they will write and
illustrate a short book on their
experience. The books will
then be published and placed
in the local library as career
development resources.
Students who attend every
training session will be entitled
to even more benefits: they
will be provided a new
bduiness suit!plus they will
attend a gala. gradu'atitni.
luYicheon, with& drawirig fo k
additional cash and prizes.
Gonzo Cutts, a CHS senior
who attended the first session
on writing resumes, said he'd
already done two resumes in
various high school classes.
However, he was interested in
using the new format a
functional resume rather than
the standard 'chronological -
resume which highlights
skills rather than places
worked.
Trisha Fancy, one of the
SIFE students involved in the
teaching project, added, "The
functional resume is far more
S useful. Your part-time jobs or
volunteer projects can be
analyzed for the skills you
gained which might apply to a
new position. It's ideal for
people who are changing fields
or who have patchy
employment."
Dorothy Spradley, of the
Columbia County School
District, and Linda Williams,



scholarships to disadvantaged
students, who were identified
in the eighth grade,
Currently, LCCC has 200
students "in the pipeline." All
will attend LCCC the first two
years. These students, in turn,
promise to stay out of trouble,
stay off drugs and keep their
grades up.
"Despite having to go to
school on Saturdays, these
students were excited to be
part of the program," Carder
said. "It's a win-win situation
for everyone involved: the
LCCC Foundation can receive
a matching two-thirds of this
grant from the state; the local
high school business teachers
S are also attending and
receiving complete sets of the
curriculum; and my own SIFE


students are gaining leadership
skills by designing and
teaching the curriculum. This
is the most comprehensive
project we've attempted."
For more information about
the grant contact Carder at
386-754-4407.


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politician is he who says
what everybody is thinking
and in the loudest voice.
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BIRTHS:





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Johnathon Cole Huntley Natalie Paige Gay

Johnathon Natalie Gay
ntey Nicky and Gina Gay of
Hun y Lake Butler announce the
Paul and Christy Huntley of birth of their daughter, Natalie
Hampton announce the birth Paige Gay, on Jan. 20, 2005 in
of their son, Johnathon Cole Gainesville.
Huntley, on Feb. 8, 2005' in Natalie weighed 5 pounds,
Gainesville. 11 ounces and measured 17Y2
Cole weighed. pounds, 5 inches in length. She joins a
ounces and measured 20Yz sister Courtnee.
inches in length. Maternal grandparents are
Maternal grandparents are Maggi Wetzel of Ft.
Colin and Linda Gay of Lake Lauderdale and Wayne Dukes
Butler. of Lake Butler.
Great-grandparents are the Great-grandparents are the
late Charles and Faye Frazier late Desmond and Quida Mae
of Lake City, the late Ray Gay, Dukes of Lake Butler and the
and Frank and Vanjnah Bryant late Rosetta Estes Nelson of
of Lake Butler. McIntosh.
Great-great-grandparents Paternal grandparents are
are Rubel and Joyce Frazier of Colip and Linda Gay of Lake
Ft. White and the late George Butler.
and Lizzie Christy of Lake Great-grandparents are the
City. late Charles andFaye Frazier
Paternal grandparents are of Lake City, the late Ray Gay,
Wendell-and Charlene Huntley and Frank and Vannah Bryant
of Doctor's Inlet. of Lake Butler.
Great-grandparents are Great-great-grandparents
Bobby and Edna Freeman of are Rubel and Joyce Frazier of
Orange Park and the late John Ft. White and the late George
and Larue Huntley of Doctor's and Lizzie Christy of Lake
Inlet. City.


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S"JenroldDa6hliel MbCormick


Justin
McCormick,
Jerrod
McCormick
David and Brandi
McCormick of Macclenny
announce the birth of twin
sons, Justin Anthony
McCormick and Jerrod Daniel
McCormick, on Feb. 25, 2005.
Justin weighed 6 pounds, 11
ounces and Jerrod weighed 6
pounds, 6 ounces.
Maternal grandparents are
Clark and Eugenia Dyal.of
Starke and John Hilliard of
Debary.
Paternal grandparents are
Robert and Susan Phillips of
Macclenny.


Births policy
The births on this page are,
considered news and are
published free of charge by the
Union County Times.
A 1-col. photo may be included
for $12.

Basketball
offered for
summer ,
Registration for a summer
basketball program is planned
for Saturday, March 26, 9 a.m.
until noon, at Lake Butler
Middle School gymnasium.
The program is for boys and
girls, ages 11-14, from
Bradford and Union counties.
Two payment plans are in
place. The full payment of $75
may be made at the time of
registration or one payment of
$35 may be made on March 26
and a payment of $40 on
Monday, April 11.
Contact basketball coach
Kevin Simmons, 904-96-8438,
or Bonnie Alexander, 386-496-
4658, for information.


Agriculture, manufactures,
commerce and navigation,
the four pillars of our
prosperity, are most thriving
when left most free to
individual enterprise.
-Thomas Jefferson


UCHS senior
class plans
cruise
Members of the UCHS
senior class have booked a
cruise for May 27-30. The
cruise will take place aboard
the Sovereign of the Seas
ship out of Port Canaveral.
Cost of the trip is $499 per
person. For more
information call Kay's Tour
and Cruise at (386) 752-
5442 or Ranae Allen at
(386) 496-4811.
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Project GRAD
will meet
Every Tuesday at 7 p.m.
parents of graduating
seniors are invited to help
plan activities for project
GRAD. Meetings will be
held in the media center of
Lake Butler Elementary
School. For more
information call (386) 496-
3040.


Hospice hosts
grief support
Hospice of the Suwannee
Valley will host a support
group for those coping with
the loss of a loved one. The
group will meet on Tuesday,
March 22, from 6 p.mr. until
7:30 p.m. The group will
meet at Hospice
headquarters located at 618
SW FL Gatewat Drive in
Lake City. To register or for
more information contact
Teresa James at (386) 752-
9191 or. 1-800-759-6357.


HS opens
Farmers'
Market on
Saturday
Beginning April 2, the
High Springs Farmers'
Market will. be open on
Saturday from 1 p.m. until
5 p.m. The market is located
on N.W. first Street between
first and second Avenues in
High Springs. For more
information call (3860 454-
3950.


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 .


Above: J.B. and Gola Mae Parker Kelly hold the plate
they were given for their 60th wedding anniversary.


Kelly's celebrate 60th


A luncheon was given in
honor of J.B. and Gola Mae
Parker Kelly by their family on
March 6. The occasion was to
celebrate their 60th wedding
anniversary. The celebration
was held at their home.
Those, in attendance who
helped them celebrate were
their three children, seven


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grand children and three of
their four great-grandchildren.
Also attending were several
brothers and sisters of the
couple.
After the luncheon, the
couple opened gifts which
included a 60th anniversary
plate.


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-
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Lake Butler Middle School fifth grade Positive Tigers for February: 1"t row: Eric Williams, I""
Royell Stephens, Quanesha Edwards and Laura Watson. 2nd row: Priscilla Guthrie, Kaleb
Nobles, Alana Stevens and Hall Wdrd. Lake Butler Middle School sixth grade Positive Tigers for February: 18' row: Jason Archer,
April Cornett and Michael Howell. 2nd row: Jessi O'Steen, Ashley Culverson and Almanique
S__ Watkins.


Lake Butler Middle School seventh grade Positive Tigers for February: 1 row: Rash Lake Butler Middle School eighth grade Positive Tigers for Feebruary: 1t row: Ashleigh
Lake utier Middle School seventh grade Positive Tigers for February: 1 row: Rashawdw Dyal, Eric Robertson, Ashli Watkins and Stephanie Crosby. 2nd row: Josh Martin, Jessica
Meyers, Chris Alexander and Marcus Albrittn. 2nd row: Clint Andrews and Roy Trowell. Dyal Erc Robertson Ashsand
Not pictured: Charissa Simmons. Norris and Jonathon Howe.


Landfill exploring new disposal efforts


By MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Staff Writer

The New River Regional'
Landfill has initiated a sizeable
effort to recover electronic
equipment for recycling,
according to Executive Director
Darrell O'Neal.
Such equipment, like
computers and televisions,
contain heavy metals that can
accumulate in landfills and lead
tq contamination. But the
recent surge in such items,
which O'Neal attributed to
loer prices and disposability,
his made the influx of such
items difficult to handle.
SiWhile e-waste, as it is known,
w ll .begin to be transported to
Creative Recycling of Tampa,
ths landfill will be moving
toward deconstructing those
items on site, separating
materials that need to be
recovered from the rest of the
m trials.
At the same time, O'Neal and
A sistant Director James Croft
hve- been a--Departme'nt of-
Eilvironmental Protection grant
p )gram that would establish a
household hazardous waste
Pj)gram at the landfill.
' Tre remaining three counties
Inthe state without household'.
hazardous waste programs. are
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Baker, Union and Nassau;
Bradford County accepts the
waste at its Market Road
'Collection Ceteer, which wAs
.esta1 Ihedh ,i he same
$1 00,60 grant now being
considered for Baker and Union
counties if funding is
restored to the program in the
state's next budget cycle. Croft
explained $90,000 had been cut
from the program.
"The first thing that would
have to be done if there was an
interest in pursuing' that
program is we've got to
convince the legislature and the
governor to put that $90,000
back into the budget," Croft
said. There chances would be
improved, he said, if Nassau
County were included:.
,E-waste also falls in the
household hazardous waste
category, Croft said, and grant
funds can be used to expand
that effort as well. O'Neal said
there are a number. of items,
such as DVD players,
microwaves, -stereos and
cellular phones, that the landfill
is not yet touching, but which
could cause problems for the
landfill down the road if an
effort isn't undertaken to,
recover and process them
properly.
In a later grant cycle, a year
after'the counties have been


running their own programs,
they can join forces and use the
landfill as a host. Like they
have-found with solid waste and
tecycLing. Croft said; it will be
more *cost effective -to
regionalize the hazardous waste
collection effort.
The landfill would then be
able to offer a solution to
citizens who show up with paint
cans, pesticides and cleaners
only to be turned away, O'Neal
said. Landfill staff would also
be able to begin recovering
those items that are now being
improperly disposed of in the
solid waste stream. "
O'Neal and Croft received
permission to proceed from the
New River Solid Waste
Association board.
In order to accommodate the
hazardous waste program, ds
well as expand the e-waste
program, without adding
additional staff, the landfill will
need to develop an all-in-one
processing facility, O'Neal said.
The facility will combine the
new special waste programs
with the recycling program.
Currently, recycling is housed
in an old barn.
In other business:
Capital City Bank has taken
over banking for the New River
Solid Waste Association.
Union County received a
25-foot flat-bed trailer donated
by the landfill.


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Editoria l/O p in ion

Thursday, March 17, 2005


Religious display
ruling
* Or a deserving
response to a court
decision,
In spite of experience, years
of education, absolute
impartiality, ignoring personal
feelings and devotion to the
Constitution, Supreme Court
Justices make some dumb
decisions at times, reflecting
personal and political opinions
entering into deliberations.
It isn't supposed to be that
way. Decisions should be
based on what the Constitution
says, not what can be "read
between the lines". If justices
considered only the written
word,-Americans would see an
occasional unanimous
decision, or near unanimous
decisions and the terms
"liberal" and "conservative"
would be pass as personal
opinions drop from the
equation. Human nature being
what it is, it will never happen.
The current brouhaha
concerning the Ten
Commandments is the result of
Alabama Chief Justice Roy
Moore installing a granite
marker in the Alabama Judicial
Building engraved with the
Commandments. Now Moore
is nobody's fool he knew
exactly what he was doing, and
that his action would surely set
off a howl from the ACLU and
its darlings, that would reach
the ears of the Supreme Court


in Washington. Moore was
forced from office and the
marker was removed from the
government building, but the
end is not yel.
The Supreme Court has the
item on its agenda and will
likely render a decision
concerning the Ten
Commandments in public
buildings in the early summer.
Most Ameri.bans expect the
court to ban tTe practice, citing
the separatioci of church and
state. No matter that the court
opens its sessions s with a
Christian prayer, or that the
nation was. founded on tjie
Judeo-Chrisitian religion. The
United States must not
establish a religion and Judge
Moore mus;,t be a redneck
moron. Let's take a look at,
Judge Moore's credentials:
Moore waS born in Etowah
County (northeast) Alabama
and graduated from Gadsen
High School, in 1965. In 1969
he graduated from the U.S.
Military Academy. at West
Point, with a: bachelor's degree
in science. In the military
service, he was a captain in a
military police unit in
Germany, and a company
commander in Vietnam. In
1977 he received his juris
doctorate degree from the
University of Alabama and
returned to Etowah County,
employed is a deputy district
attorney. Ile was in private
practice 19.84-92, followed by
a term as circuit judge. In 1992


Above: Bill McGill holds a list of 256 people that signed
0 petition to separate Bradford Coun ty In 1914. The
museum needs your help inh preserve ng these items.

Historical society needs

help preserving UC history


he was elected chief justice of
the Alabama Supreme Court.
It's difficult to denigrate a
West Point graduate with an
excellent military record and
successful political campaigns
for elective offices. He can't
be ignorant, bhit he can be
stubborn, more especially
when it comes to his religious
beliefs. Judge Moore evidently
believes the posting of the Ten
Commandments in public
buildings does not conflict
with the separation of church
and state.
. Never the less, the U.S.
Supreme Court is likely to take
a dim view of Judge Moore's
display of the Ten
Commandments in the
Alabama Supreme Court
Building, and rule against his
action, although the granite
display has already been
removed from the Alabama
court building.
However, a court's decision
to preclude displaying the Ten
Commandments in public
places may set in motion some
unintended consequences that
will allow individuals to
participate and render the
courts powerless to curtail,
Next. week's article 'wilt tell
how the people in one city
handled a difficult and
dangerous situation without
governmental intervention, and
it works!
By BUSTER RAHN,
Editorial Writer


New River NC
Methodist to
host fish fry
New River NC Methodist
Church will host a fried fish
dinner and gospel sing on
Saturday, March 19.
Dinner will be served at 5:30
p.m. and the singing will
begin at 7.
The featured group will be
"The Blue Grass Prophetfs"
along with local church
singers.
The public is invited.


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Above: The officers of SADD stand with Mayor Brantley Crawford while he signs the
proclomation declaring April 1-3 Alcohol Free Weekend in Lake Butler.



LB proclaims April 1-3 alcohol free
March 14, Mayor Brantlev their prom .and graduation


By JAMES REDMOND
Times Staff Writer
One group of students in
Union County is taking a stand
against underage drinking.
Students Against Destructive
Decisions (SADD), Union
County High School (UCHS)
Chapter, has joined a national
campaign to save a life and
end underage drinking.
Hundreds of communities
across the country will also
participate in this grassroots
effort to encourage students
and adults to abstain from
alcoholic beverages for a 72-
hour period.
To support their efforts,-the
city of Lake Butler declared
April 1-3 Alcohol Free
Weekend in Lake Butler. On


Crawford signed a
proclamation to that effect.
Superintendent Carlton Faulk,
Sheriff Jerry Whitehead,
SADD sponsor Lori Howard
and. Prevention Coordinator
Margie Coburn have all joined
the group in its effort to
prevent underage drinking.
Statistics show that prom,
spring break and graduation
season is a time of year when
teens are most likely to
consume alcohol. It is also the
most likely time for them to
get behind the wheel when
they have been drinking.
The weekend has been
planned to coincide with the
high school prom. "The SADD
chapter at UCHS would like to
make a real difference by
encouraging students to leave
alcohol and other drugs out of


celebrations," said Coburn
Along with the alcohol
weekend, SADD has plain
week-long campaign
various activities to inc
the awareness of the da
associated with alc
"Underage, inexperie
drinking and drug us
strongly linked to
destructive and dang
consequences.," said Cob
Parents of students atte
the prom are encourage
make a pact with their ch
both to abstain from al
during the weekend. "
about it," said Coburn.
do you want your child to

James Redmond ca
reached at (386) 496-22
jamesredmondl @yahoo. c


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By JAMES REDMOND
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The Union County
Historical Society needs your
help in preserving the rich
history of Union County.
The group is looking for any
items that might be of
historical significance to. the
county. "What you think is
junk we might think 'is a
treasure," said society
representative Bill McGill. He
said the group is working hard
to recover the items that will
show off the county's history.,
McGill said the society will'
accept anything of historical
significance anyone wants to
part with. "Indian artifacts,
arrowheads, poetry shards, old
hand and farm tools, pre World
War II items, old school
picture books, victrola records
and kitchen and household
items are things the library
could use," said McGill.
McGill said if anyone has
pictures of interest the society
could copy the pictures and


return them to the owner. "We
would just like to get a copy of
the picture for the museum,"
said Mc(3ill.
The museum is interested in
starting ia firearms collection as
well. "(iuns, rifles, shotguns
and pispls would be accepted
for ou r collection," said
McGill., 'We'll even accept an
old moonshine still if anyone
has one,"' said McGill.
If you're in doubt as to
wether &r not an item might
have hi:!;torical value, McGill
said call the museum and they
would be happy to look at. "If
you real ly don't know if it's of
interest, call us," said McGill.
If youi have an item that you
think hrnight have historical
value a:nd you would like to
put it 'in a place it will be
preserved for years to come,
call the museum at (386) 496-
3044 to arrange for the
museuni to look at it.

James Redmond can be
reached at (386) 496-2261 or
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TEEN
Continued from p. 1A

with the teen's mother, the
teen and Union County School
Superintendent Carlton Faulk.
After the meeting, the teen was
placed under arrest for
threatening discharge of a
destructive device. He was
transported to the Union
County Jail and booked in.
According to the report, this
is not the first time the teen has
made such threats. Last year
the teen was expelled from
Bradford High School- for
making similar threats.
On March 8, the Union
County School Board voted 5-
0 to expel the teen from the
school system for a period of
*one year. "By state law the
board is required to take this
action," said Faulk.

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


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Bradford or Union counties
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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 I p.m.
by dialing toll free 1-866-256-
8091.

Host a

chamber

BASH...
If you are interested in
hosting a Business and Social
Hour (BASH) for the North
Florida Regional Chamber of
Commerce, call 904-964-5278.

Alpha Nu

offers


wno nave uia etes or gin
blood pressure. scholarship
The grant-funded program is The Alpha Nu Chapter of
not aimed at low income Chapter of
people, but at almost all Delta Kappa Gamma is offering
patients with diabetes or high a $500 scholarship to females
blood pressure. The free who graduated from Bradford
program provides information High School or "Union Coularship ntyis
that will allow the patient to High-School. The scholarship is
better manage his or her own aimed at encouraging young
health. women to obtain a degree in the
For more information, call field of education.
386-496-0973 at Lake Butler Applicants must be enrolled
Hospital. full time in an accredited
college or university and must
have completed two years (four
semesters) of undergraduate
Three RiVerS college level courses.
A transcript and three letters
implements of recommendation are
required. Applications may be
legal helpline picked up at the Andrews
Center of Santa Fe Community
Three Rivers Legal Services, College in Starke.
Inc. which provides legal help Submit applications to Iva
for low-income people, has, T, Jean, .Harrell -at-
implement;ed a ,Legal.Helpline Community, Scho6l, 904-782-
in its Jacksonville office. 3639, or mail them to Harrell at
Callers will have the 13751 SE 48th Ave., Starke,
opportunity to receive advice FL, 32091.
and brief services over the Applications can also be
telephone from trained legal 'submitted to Sallye Scoggins
staff. Callers will initially be (at' Hampton Elementary
screened for income and School, 352-468-1549 or by
program eligibility. If qualified, mail at 6956 SW CR-18,
an appointment will then be set Hampton. FL, 32044) or to
for an attorney or supervised Maria Kish (at Lake Butler
paralegal to call the client back. Elementary School, 386-496-
By implementing the Legal 4104, or by mail at Rt. 4, Box
Helpline, Three Rivers will be 2639, Lake Butler. FL, 32054).
able to provide more services to
more individuals in a briefer *
period. of time. Three Rivers
will also be able to reach clients
in the rural community that Youth is not properly
,vould normally not have the definable by age. It is a
means to come into one of its spirit of daring, creating,
offices. asserting life,.and openly
The 'helpline is being funded relating to the world.
by the Legal Services -Malcolm Boyd
Corporation. In addition Equal


LCCC choir

to perform

Cabaret
The Lake City Community
College (LCCC) choir presents
a "sweet" Broadway Cabaret
musical entertainment with a
fantastic dessert intermission
featuring music from the
American musical stage and
screen performed by the college
choir and soloists on Saturday,
March 19, at 7 p.m. in the
fellowship hall of First United
Methodist Church in Lake City.
There will be a special
musical tribute by the choir to
Harold Arlen,-- composer of
"Somewhere Over the
Rainbow" and many other
songs. Harry Wuest, LCCC
band director, and his jazz
combo will also be entertaining
with special music during the
evening.
Tickets for the show and
dessert are $9 for adults, $7 for
senior adults and LCCC staff
arid students, and $5 for
children ages five to 12. They
may be purchased from any
college choir member or call
Owen Wingate, choir director,
at (386) 754-4255.


Giraffes have no vocal
chords.


In ancient Rome it was
considered a sign of
leadership to be born
with a crooked nose.


A great book should leave
you with many.
experiences, and slightly
exhausted at the end. You
live several lives while
reading it.
zWilliam Styron


Need A


Painting class

starts in April
The Bradford-Union Vo-
Tech will host a one-stroke
painting class that will, begin
Tuesday, April 12.
The class will meet each
Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. at the Vo-
Tech.
The class is part of the
community education program.
Fee is $83 and covers book,
materials and other expenses.
For more information, call
904-966-6764.





LEGALS

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
8th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND
FOR UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO:63-2004-CA-0049
CITIMORTGAGE, INC., successor
by merger to FIRST NATIONWIDE
MORTGAGE CORPORATION
PLAINTIFF
VS.
DAVID J. WATERS, IF LIVING,
AND IF DEAD, THE UNKNOWN
SPOUSE, HEIRS, DEVISEES,
GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES,
LIENORS, CREDITORS,
TRUSTEES AND ALL OTHER
PARTIES CLAIMING AN'
INTEREST BY, THROUGH,
UNDER OR AGAINST DAVID J.
WATERS; UNKNOWN SPOUSE
OF DAVID J. WATERS, IF ANY;
GEORGINA WATERS, IF LIVING,
AND IF DEAD, THE UNKNOWN
SPOUSE, HEIRS, DEVISEES,
GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES,
LIENORS, CREDITORS,
TRUSTEES AND ALL OTHER
PARTIES CLAIMING AN
INTEREST BY, THROUGH,
UNDER OR AGAINST GEORGINA
D. WATERS; FIRST FEDERAL
SAVINGS BANK OF FLORIDA;
STATE EMPLOYEES CREDIT
UNION,UNION COUNTY
FLORIDA; JOHN DOE and JANE
DOE AS UNKNOWN TENANTS IN
POSSESSION,
DEFENDANTS)
RE- NOTICE OF
FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to an Order Granting the
Motion to Reset Foreclosure Sale
dated March 2, 2005 entered in Civil
Case No 63-2004-CA-0049 of the
Circuit Court of the 8th Judicial
Circuit in and for UNION County,
Lake Butler, Florida, I will sell to the
highest and best bidder for cash at the
Front Lobby of the UNION CoUnty
Courthouse, 55 West Main Street,
Lake Butler, Florida, at 11:00 a.m. on
or before the 7th day of April, 2005 the
following described property as set
forth in said Summary, final
' JIdagrfnt, to-wit- .
SPARCEL1:
Commence at the Northeast corner
of Government Lot #1, thence run
South 0037'24" West, along the East
line of Government Lot#1, a distance
of 610.00 feet; thence South 8943'11"
West, 859.39 feet to the POINT OF
BEGINNING; thence South 0047'57"
West 737.70 feet; thence South
8958'24" West, 287.21 feet; thence
North 0051'28" East, 737.44 feet;
thence North 89043'11" East, 286.46
feet to the POINT OF BEGINNING,
Union County, Florida.
LESS AND EXCEPT the South
208.73 feet of the East 208.73 feet
PARCEL 2:
The South 208.73 feet of the East

208.73 feet of the following described
property: Commence at the
Northeast comer of Govemment Lot
#1, thence South 0*37'24" West,
along the East line of Govemment Lot
#1, a distance of 610.00 feet, thence
South 8943'11" West, 859.39 feet to
the POINT OF BEGINNING, thence
South 0*47'57" West, 737.70 feet;
thence South 89*58'24" West, 287.21
feet; thence North 0051'28"East,
736.44 feet; thence North 89043'11"
East, 286.46 feet to the POINT OF
BEGINNING. Situate in Govemment
Lot #1, Section 31, Township 4 South,
Range 19 East, Union County,
Florida.
ALSO:
A non-exclusive easement for the
purposes of ingress and egress by


the traveling public over, upon and
through the following described land
to-wit:
Commence at the Northeast corner
of Government Lot #1 and thence run
South 037'24" West along the East
line of government Lo #1 a distance
of 1351.48 feet to the POINT OF
BEGINNING. Thence South
89058'24" West, 1148. E4 feet, thence
South 051'28" West, 30 feet; thence
North 89043'11" East,' 1148.44 feet;
thence North 0037'24" East, 30 feet to
the POINT OF BEGINNING, said
land lying and being in Government
Lot #2, Section 31, Township 4 South,
Range 19 East, Union County,
Florida.
Dated this 7th day of Viiarch, 2005.
REGINA PARRISH
CLERK OF THE CIRPiUIT COURT
UNION COUI|TY, FLORIDA
By: Julia Croft
As Deputy Clerk
IN ACCORDANCE! WITH THE
AMERICANS WITH ,DISABILITIES
ACT, persons with disabilities
needing a special accommodation
should contact COURT
ADMINISTRATION, .at the UNION
County Courthouse at:904-496-3839,
1-800-955-8771 (TDD) or 1-800-955-
8770, via Florida Relav Service.
DAVID J. STERN, P.A.,
801 S. UNIVERSITY DRIVE
SUITE 500
PLANTATION, FL 333i4
(954)2333000
04-23543(FNMA)CMI
;.'10 2tchg. 3/17
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR UNIbN COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO: 63-2004-DP-0052
JUVENILE DIVISION
IN THE INTEREST O'::
J.J. (M) DOB: 06-05-04
Minor Child.
NOTICE OF SUIT FOR
TERMINATION OF
PARENTAL RIG.IHTS AND
FOR PERMANENT,
COMMITMENT FOR
SUBSEQUENT ADOPTION
THE STATE OF FLOFI)DA
TO: TYRONE D. DAVIS
Last Known address:
825 SW 1St Way
Lake Butler, Flonda 32054
You are hereby notified that a petition
under oath has been filed in the
above-styled Court for the
termination of your oarpntal rirH, *'-
J.J., a male.child, born on June 5,
2004; in Alachua County, Florida and
for permanent commitment of the
child to the Department of Children
and Services for subsequent
adoption. You aie hereby
commanded to be and appear before
the Honorable Stan R. Morris, Judge
of the Circuit Court, at Lake Butler,
Union County, Florida co the 4th day
of May, 2005 at 9:30, A.M. for an
Advisory Hearing.
You must personally appear on the
date and at the time specified.
YOUR FAILURE TO PlERSONALLY
APPEAR AT THE .ADVISORY
HEARING CON ITITUTES
CONSENT T(I.) THE
TERMINATION OF -PARENTAL
RIGHTS TO THE CHILD AND
PERMANENT COMMITMENT.
You will permanently lcse all legal
rights as a parent to th,( child, J. J.,
,,namnedn, e petition for termipntion.,
o'fpa'en rights And for permanent
commitment for subsequent adoption.
YOU ARE ENTITLED TOD HAVE AN
ATTORNEY PRESENT TO
REPRESENT YOU' IN THIS
MATTER. IF YOU WANT AN
ATTORNEY BUT ARE UNABLE TO
AFFORD ONE YOU MUST
NOTIFY THE COURr' AND THE
COURT WILL APPOINT AN*
ATTORNEY TO REPRESENT
YOU.
WITNESS my hand a.s the clerk of
said Court and the Seal iterefore, this
28th day of February, 2005.
REGINA PARRISH
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
BY: Diane Roberts
Deputy Clerk
JAMES A. KIRKPATRIC.K,
ESQUIRE
1250 Andrews Circle
Starke, Florida 32091-2132
Telephone: (904) 964-150M3
Fax: (904) 964-1569
Fla. Bar No. 0599700
3/17 4tchg.4/7
PUBLIC MEETING. NOTICE
The High Skill Hiqli Wages
Committee for the Florida Crown
Workforce Board will' meet on
Wednesday, March 23, ;:005, at the
Florida Crown EmployEivs' Service
Center, 840 SW Main IElvd., Lake
City, Florida. Meeting time is 10:00
a.m.
This meeting is open to the public.


Person(s) interested in participating
who has a disability requiring special
assistance should contact Bob Bush,
386-755-9026 ext. 3218. TTY users
dial 711 and ask the operator to dial "
386-755-9026 ext 3218.
Notice has been made of this
meeting, through publication, to
comply with the "Government in the
Sunshine" law.
3/17 ltchg.
LEGAL NOTICE
The Suwannee River Economic
Council, Inc. Board of Directors will
hold a meeting of the Board of
Directors on Monday, March 28,
2005, 7:00 p.m. at the Quality Inn &
Conference Center in Lake City,
Florida.
3/17 1tch.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR UNION COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO: 63-2005-CP-0001
DIVISION: PROBATE
IN RE: THE ESTATE OF EVELYN
FRANCES MANN,
a/k/a EVELYN B. MANN,
DECEASED.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the Estate of -
EVELYN FRANCES MANN, a/kla
EVELYN B. MANN, deceased, Case
No: 63-2005-CP-0001 is pending in ..
the Circuit Court for Union County,
Florida, Probate Division, the
address of which is'Jnion County
Courthouse,55 West Main Street,
Lake Butler, Florida 32054.
The name and address of the
personal representative and the.
personal representative's attorney
are set forth below.
All creditors of the decedent and other
persons having claims or demands
against decedent's estate, including
unmatured, contingent or unliquidated
claims, on whom a copy of this notice
is served must file their claims with -
this Court WITHIN THE LATER OF .-
THREE (3) MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE
OR THIRTY (30) DAYS AFTER -
THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A
COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON
THEM.
All creditors of the decedent and other
persons having claims or demands
against decedent's estate, including
unmatured, contingent or unliquidated
claims, must file their claims with the
Court WITHIN THREE MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED.
The date of the first publication of this
Notice is March 17, 2005.
Personal Representative
RONALD H. WISE
520 S.W. 4th Avenue
Lake Butler, Florida 32054
Attomey for Personal Representative
John S. Cooper, Esquire
100 West Call Street
Starke, Florida 32091
(904) 964-4701
Florida Bar No: 0910340
3/17 2tchg.3/24
PUBLIC NOTICE
This is to inform you that Union
County will hold a pre-bid conference .
and walk-thru for the rehabilitation of
z sig (6).single-family dwellings iFrthe .s
Union County SHIP program. 4
This,meeting will be held Thursday,
March 24, 2005 beginning at 9:00
a.m. at Suwannee River Economic
Council, Inc. Outreach Office, 855
SW 6th Ave., Lake Butler, Florida.
The conference and walk-thru is
mandatory, no exceptions, for
contractors who plan to bid. *
Suwannee River Economic Council,
Inc. requires each contractor to be
properly licensed, carry general
ability insurance of at least
$1,000,000.00 and Workers' Comp -
Insurance. Contractors with a
Workers Compensation Exemption
certificate will not qualify to bid.
Bids for these units will be due by 4
12:00 noon Thursday, March 31,
2005, at Suwannee River Economic
Council, Inc. Outreach Office, 855
SW 6th Ave., Lake Butler, Florida
32054. Please mark envelope E
"Sealed Bid for Name of .
Homeowner, SHIP". Bids to be
opened Thursday, March 31, 2005 at
1:00 p.m. -
The cost of repairs shall not exceed
the assessed value of the dwelling,
with a maximum of $25,000.
Suwannee Rivr Economic Council, -"
Inc. have the right to reject any and all
bids. The bids will be awarded on the
most cost effective basis.
Union County is a fair housing and
equal opportunity and ADA employer. --
Minority and women Contractors are
urged to participate. "3t7 1-
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March 17. 2005


Strawberry

Festival set

in April
The Strawberry Festival, held
each year in downtown Starke
on Call Street, has been set this
year for Saturday and Sunday,
April 23-24.
On Saturday, hours are from
9 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Sunday
hours are from noon to 6 p.m.
Besides a host of arts and
crafts booths, the festival will
feature helicopter rides,
strawberry shortcake eating
contests, children's rides, exotic
animal encounters and much
more.


Stage, entertainment will
--include local bands from
different musical genres: Steel
Country and Gutwrench will
provide country music and
punk rock, respectively. Also
on stage will be Double D, a
popular Nashville band that
includes former Starke resident
Dusty Weeks.
Entertainment on Sunday
will provide gospel and
bluegrass offerings, including
Glen Snow and the Snowmen.
Admission to the festival is
free. For more information, call
the North Florida Regional
Chamber of Commerce at 904-
964-5278.


Dog walk to

benefit victims
Dogs bring your humans!
The Bradford County Domestic
Violence Task Force and Town
and Country Veterinary Clinic
are hosting an upcoming dog
walk.
The event is aimed at-helping
raise awareness and funds for
domestic violence victims in
need of shelter for their pets
during domestic violent
situations.
The dog walk will take place
on Saturday, March 19, with
registration beginning at 8:30
a.m. on Call Street in front of


the Shands at Starke parking
lot. Registration is $10 per
entry and donations are
welcomed!
Walkers can also raise
donations to be given to the
cause. Contact Vera Barnes or
Anne Haynes at 904-966-6208
for details.

Painting class

starts in April
The Bradford-Union Vo-
Tech will host a one-stroke
painting class that will begin
Tuesday, April 12.
The class will meet each
Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. at the Vo-
Tech.


The class is part of the
community education program.
Fee is $83 and covers b, ,
materials and other expenses.
For more information, call
904-966-6764.


Front line

luncheon set

March 28
The monthly front line
luncheon, held for the people in
a business who are on the front
line dealing with the public,
will be held Monday, March
28, at noon at Western Steer
steakhouse in Starke.


The luncheon and program
are free for up to two
employees of each business that
is a member of the North
Florida Regional Chamber of
Commerce. Representatives of
non-member businesses can
attend for $10 each.
Please call 904-964-5278 and
let Pam Whittle know if you
plan to attend.

Youth is not properly
definable by age. It is a
spirit of daring, creating,
asserting life, and openly
relating to the world.
-Malcolm Boyd


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Classified Ads where one call does it all! 496-2261


40 Notices
EQUAL HOUSING OP-
PORTUNITY. All real
estate advertising in this
newspaper is subject to
the Federal Fair Housing
Act of 1968 which makes
it illegal to advertise "any
preference, limitation or
discrimination based on
race, color, religion, sex
or national origin, or an
intention to make any
such preference; limita-
tion or discriminationn"
Familial status includes
children under the age of
16 living with parents or
legal custodians, preg-
nant women and people
securing custody of chil-
dren under 18. This
newspaper will not know-
ingly accept any adver-
tising for real estate
which is in violation of the
law. Our readers are
hereby informed that all
dwellings advertised in
this newspaper are avail-
able on an equal oppor-
tunity basis. To complain
of discrimination, call
HUD toll-free at 1-800-
669-9777,
CLASSIFIED ADVERTIS-
ING should be submitted
to the Starke office in,
writing & paid in advance
unless credit has already
been established with
this office. A $3.00 SER-
VICE CHARGE will be
added to all billings to
cover postage & han-
dling. THE CLASSIFIED
STAFF CANNOT BE
HELD RESPONSIBLE
FOR MISTAKES IN
CLASSIFIED
ADVERTISING TAKEN
OVER THE PHONE.


Deadline is Tuesday at
12 noon prior to that
Thursday's publication.
Minimum charge is $6.50
for the first 20 words,
then 20 cents per .word
thereafter.
41 Auctions
AUCTION EVERY
Thursday & Saturday
night, at 6551 NW CR
225, Starke. Starts
7:00pm. AB MO 000
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42 Motor
Vehicles
WANTED: CARS AND
trucks, running or not.
Must be complete. $100
and up. Call 904-966-
2O9 5or 04,964-2432.Ia


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2004 CHEVY CAVALIER
13,000 miles, 2 door, ex-
cellent condition, auto-
matic, CD player, AC/
heat. Call 352-473-4043.
1984 BMW 325, 170,000
miles, in line 6, 5spd,
never wrecked, good
tires, blue with tan inte-
rior, sun roof, runs but
needs adjustment.
$1000. Call 904-964-
6058 or 904-769-6531
Wes or Brenda.
1997 MERCURY VIL-
LAGER, 160,000 miles,
V-6, runs great, some
dents, $700. Call 904-
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clean inside and out,
runs good, $3000 OBO,
Call 352-235-0838.
NITROUS OXIDE bottles
filled herel Call Johnsons
Auto Center at 352-473-
4117.
1996 KAWASAKI VN 800,
excellent condition. Cus-
tom bars and pipes
$3200 OBO. Call 352-
475-6240 or 352-538-
2643.
FIBERGLASS BED LINER
by ARE fits 1997 to 2004
Ford F150 sport-side,
short wheel base. $300.
Call 904-964-8702 after
6pm.
1989 HONDA ACCORD
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great, 5 spd, new motor
w 30k miles. Ideal for
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or college students. Re-
duced to $2200 for Im-
mediate sale! Very at-
tractive, see across from
Country Club parking lot
or call 904-964-6991.
1982 MERCEDES 240D, 4
cyl diesel, automatic,,
CD, runs good, a/c
needs work. Only $1800.
Call 904-964-4111.
MECHANICS SPECIAL:2-
1989 white Crown
Victoria's, police editions,
1 bad engine, 1 fuel prob-
lem, fix both or combine,
clear titles. BOTH for
only $875. Call 90-964-


4111.
DRAWTITE 5TH wheel
hitch with slider, used 2
times. $375. Call 352-
468-3221.
43 RV's &
Campers
1999 COUNTRY STAR
Motor home, 37 foot,
kitchen and living room
slide out, 14,000 miles,
loaded. $55,000 Call
352-473-5831.
1978 ALLEGRO MOTOR
.HOME, good condition.
Generator, refrigerator,
stove work great. 42,000
original miles, must sell.
Call 904-368-1114.
44 Boats


1999 BASS TRACKER 18
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depth finders, trolling
motor, 90HP Mercury,
excellent condi-
tion.$9000. Call 904-
782-3355.
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5 acres, for rent all or Call Lance toll free at 1-
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more information. 50 For Rent
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, FURNISHED ROOMS
SR21S, OFC/WHSE all FOR RENT COM-
AC, 2500 sq. ft. Call 352- PLETE with CH/A, cable
473-5174 or 352-475- provided, all utilities paid
1713. Central location. Ideal for
OFFICE/WAREHOUSE, senior citizens with 10%
3000 sq ft behind discount on first months
Powell's $750 mth. Call rent for senior citizens.
Smith & Smith Realty at Rooms with private bath,
904-964-9222. $95 $105/wk. Room
48 Homes For without bath, $80. Laun-
dry facilities available.
Sale Close to churches,
stores, downtown shop-
ping, theatre, and morel
See Manager at the
Magnolia Hotel, across
fronmi the Starke Post Of-
fice. 964-4303.
WE HAVE 2 OR 3 bedroom
MH, clean, close to
prison, ideal for smaall
P o Pfamily or couples. Call'
352-468-1323.
GREAT LOCATION, quaint
2 story, 1BR/1BA home.
$295/mth, 1st, last,
lease, deposit. 1 person,
no pets. Call 904-964-
HOUSE FOR SALE 3BR/ 3579.
Park of Palms, in Key- Starke Apts. Looking for
2lA1, )- fie. FFio e Slots0 O tUTn V F

torian home on B-2 lot, 2 laundry, playground, pri-
story, needs renovation. vate and quiet atmo-
Steal it for $69,000. Call sphere. Located on
904-964-4111. SR16, 1001 Southern
FOR SALE OR LEASE by Villas Drive, Starke, Ftor
owner, 1/4 mile from call904-964-7295,TDD/
Starke Golf Course. 3/ TTY 711. Equal Housing
2, new roof, tile floors, Opportunity.
1,500 sq ft, 19x19 back
orch, fireplace, 34 acre496-3067ARM house678-438-6828
lot, paved street. style,nor678-438-28ceneighborhood,
$115,000, must sell, $500/mth, 1st, last,
make offer. Callnc- lease, security. No pets.
S434-5829.Single family residents
SITE BUILT HOUSE 4/3 on only. Call 904-9643579.
soTes 4BUIT, 1hU s eond, FOR RENT- 1 month free
ho5 ares, with pond, with deposit, 2 & 3BR's,


ing with $5000 down. MS HOE 2BR/BA, en
Call 352-692-4343. Mobile Home Park, on
CLAY COUNTY, 2.7 acres, SR 100. Large 2BP/2BA,
C crsoUnY 20.7, ce CH/A, washer & dryer
2BR/1BA, swimming hookups $450 month
pool, CH/A, fireplace,ng oe 1ust ae flte
fenced, 11 palm trees, Plussurityd2 anduilites .
summer kitchen, back Good rental history re-
patio, 2 out bldgs, and quired.' Beginning April,
dog pen $74,000. Also 1st large 2BRA2BA, ex-
Alachua county, 1.5 cellent condition, CH/A,
acres on HWY 20, close $475 month plus security.
to Newnans Lake, long and utilities. Call Rick 0
road frontage, $15,000. 352-473-3569.
Call 352-473-5831. 3BEDROOM 2 bath
WALK TO KEYSTONE -doublewide, extra clean, .
schools, 4BR, 1800 sq ft no pets. $550 month plus
home, with 20x40 In deposit. Call 352-468-
ground pool, porch & 3BR2BAHOUSEONor-
deck, $139,900 Phone BR/BAH ON o
352-475-6260. ner lot, CH/A. Call 904-
49 Mobile966-0176 or 904-364-
6274.
Homes For MELROSE AREA14"wide
Sale MH, 2BR/1.5BA, clean,
6e akn g hyou64x28,0 0CH/A, utility bldg,
4BR/2BA, 64x28, 1993, Washer & Dryer hook-
Homes of Merit, very ups, front porch, roof-
good condition, land- over, 1/2 acre fenced
scaped lot, all electric yard. 2 adults max. No
l ltheat pump, 2 decks, pets. $450 month. Call"
large kitchen, FP, 352-475-3468.
$52,000. Highdge Es- 2BR/1BA MHon BoltLake,
states, 6321 Dennison covered parking, large
Ave, Keystone, 352-473- screened patio, $375
0156. month. Call 386-365-
1993 14X70 2BI22BA Sky- 0173.
line, asking $7000 firm. 3BR/2BA DW 28X60 on 1
Call 352-468-1774 leave acre, quiet area, no pets,
message. Available after 2 child max. $540/mth
April 1st. plus $540 deposit. Call
2003 DW (28X70) comer KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
lot, front & back porch, small 3BR/2BA,SWMH,
patio, one plus acres.
Many upgrades, must CH/A, washer & dryer
see to appreciate. Phone hookups, $375/ mth,
352-473-2118. $375 deposit. Call 352-
READY FOR A NEW 473-9622.
HOME? 2259 SO FT, KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
move Into on your lot only largeo3BR/2BA, MH, CH
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month 1stii laidist, security
required. Call 352-473-
9622.
51 Lost/Found
LOST DOG, BROWN Chi-
huahua. Lost near CR
125, on 03/11/2005.
Please call 904-782-
3383.
REWARD OFFERED!
Lost, tan & black Chihua-
hua/ Manchester Terrier,
in Keystone Heights
area. Please call 352-
473-1010.
LOST/STOLEN RED Nose
Pit, male, reddish brown
with white stomach,
approx 8 weeks old.
Missing from Bessent
Rd. REWARD OF-
FERED. Call 386-623-
5631.
52 Animals &
Pets
FREE PUPPY. CALL 904-
964-2527.
2 PARAKEETS, cage &
seed to a good home
$35. Call 904-368-0527.
BABY CHICKS FOR SALE
and assorted roosters,
Call for directions 904-


966-1476.
FREE PUPPIES, part Bor-
der Collie part German
Shepherd, 2.5 months
old. Call 904-521-5058.
53 Yard Sales
PAYING TOP DOLLAR
FOR old Gibson and
.Martin, banjos, guitars
and mandolins. Call 352-
473-7891 or dlott@
access4less.net.
YARD SALE/Friday & Sat-
urday, 8am to 4pm large
inventory of new & used
clothing, toys, collection
of dishes and much
more. 4 miles east of
Starke, 6 miles west of
Keystone. Harry
Cooney's, look for signs
HUGE YARD SALE AT
Normans Country Mar-
ket (across from Sonny's
BBQ). Friday and Satur-
day from 8am to 6pm.
Plants, household items,
kids stuff, chicks, duck-
lings, rabbits and to
much more to mention.
So come on down and
check us outl
GARAGE SALE, 7am to


12pm, Saturoay, 031191
2005. HWY 100 to Tonys
Food Mart. Turn left on
SE 66th St. 1/2 mile on
left on Bedford Lake.
YARD SALE, 527 N Wal-
nut St. Friday only 7:30
to 1pm. Riding lawn
mower, bakers rack,
night stands, children's
items, clothes, glass.
misc.
3 FAMILY HUGE yard sale
at Lawtey Community
Center. Friday only from
8am to noon,
HUGE YARD SALE, 15
families SR 16 on Prison
grounds. Look for signs.
8am until? Saturday
only Tons of stuff
SATURDAY ONLY! 8am til
2pm. 526W Adkins St.
SATURDAY 10AM TIL
5PM. 4 push mowers,
riding mower, weed
eater, all need work. Bait
and tackle, lots of other
things. 100 to Bayless
HWY to NW 185th Ave
go left to 84th Ave, fol-
low signs.
YARD SALE, Friday & Sat-
urday, 8am til 1pm.


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Wooachipper, comes,
furniture and more. 16
East to 19th Ave
#16726. 904-964-7180.
4 FAMILY YARD sale. Sat-
urday, March 19, 2005,
Corner of 301 and SR
16. Furniture, clothes,
etc. From 8am until ?
FRI & SAT, LITTLE BIT of
everything, whole lot of
nothing. Organ, bedroom
suite, chest, wagon with-
out horse. CR 230, 2
blocks from Golf Course
on right, look for signs.
YARD SALE SAT & SUN,
rain or shine, 8am to ?
Water & Jackson Street.
Lift recliner, king w/b, fur-
niture, Harley boots,
wedding gown and
more.
DON'T MISS THIS onel
Huge yard sale 5459
NE 216th St (Crawford
Rd), west on SR16 (from
Starke) to 216th St fol-
low signs. Girls clothes
infant to size 16. Stuff
and more stuff. Saturday
9am to 5pm, Sunday
lIam to 3pm.
HUGE GARAGE AND
yard sale, Fri, Sat & Sun,
8am to ? Take SR16
east 2 miles to 17th Ave,
turn right and go 100 ft
to 162nd St. turn right
and go to road dead
ends.
54 Keystone
Yard Sales
3 FAMILY YARD SALE,
Saturday 8 am to 2pm.
6087 CR 214A, follow
signs off 100. Gun case,
furniture, collectibles,.
clothing, antiques, little
of everything.
FRIDAY & SATURDAY
9AM TO ? HWY 21
North to Gasline go right,
follow signs. Upright
freezer, furniture,
clothes, some tools,
toys, sports cards,
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to 4pm. Saturday 8am to
noon. 280 Berea Av-
enue, 352-473-4494.
SPRING RUMMAGE
SALE, Friday, March 18,
9am to 4pm and Satur-
day the 19th our "Dollar
a Bag" day 9am til noon.
Community Church fel-
lowship hall (behind Ace
Hardware). Something
for everyone.
HUGE YARD SALE! Lots
of clothes, baby beds,
canopy waterbed, tapes,
VCR and cassette,
books, knick-knacks,
Rottweiler puppies born
01/02/05. Sale is Friday,
Saturday & Sunday, 9am
till dark, 137 Ranchette
Circle, off of Bellamy .
Message # 352-473-
7233.
SATURDAY 8AM TO 2PM.
men's, women's, plus
sizes, to many house-
hold items to list, plus
tools. 8120 Gustafson
Rd, off of 214 South,
Behind Gizmo's.
TRASH & TREASURE
SALE, Friday & Satur-
day, March 18 & 19, 9am
to 1pm. at Women's
Club, 6747 Woman's
Club Drive, Keystone
Heights, Fl.
55 Wanted
PAYING TOP DOLLAR
FOR old Gibson and
Martin, banjos, guitars
and mandolins. Call 352-
473-7891 or dlott@
access4less.net.
I AM A 21 YR OLD male
from Wisconsin, I need
an inexpensive apart-
ment or room to rent. No
more than $300 per
* month including utilities.
I will be attending Santa
Fe Community College.
Please call 904-654-
6463.
WANTED: ACREAGE up
to 300 acres, Keystone
Heights promixity. Email
at florida2050@
yahoo.com.
56 Trade or
Swap
78 BARTH RV, excellent
condition, $1000. or
trade for truck or pull
camper. Call 904-964-
2338.
57 For Sale
DRIVEWAY MATERIALS,
hauling spreading.
Bradford LImerock
Sales, 904-782-3172 or
904-509-9126 cell #.


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Carpet, tile, new appliances
For immediate occupancy
Call Joan at

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34-966-1399 ...... .......
HEAD SOFTBALL COACHIINSTRICTOR
Coaching and coordination of the Women's
Intercollegiate Softball program at Lake City
NCE 1964 Community College with the expectation to teach in
San academic setting. Requires Master's Degree,
or expected completion of Master's Degree as
determined by the VP for Instruction &
6 Student Services.
I 1Must possess valid Driver's License. Computer
7061i literate. Salary $30,410-$47,116 Annually,
:ENSE #1305 3 plus benefits.
Review of applications to begin April 18, 2005 and
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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.
PAYING TOP DOLLAR
FOR old Gibson and
Martin, banjos, guitars
and mandolins. Call 352-
473-7891 or diott@
access4less.net.
LAWNMOWERS and trail-
ers for sale. Call anytime
904-964-4118.
1 GALLON USED black
plastic pots, 4cents
each. SR 21, Food Lion
area. For directions call
352-473-2100.
HEAVY DUTY TRAILER
5'x8' $500. CAL 386-
496-3637.
RADIAL ARM SAW crafts-
man $75, table saw 10"
Delta $100. Call if you
would like to see them or
for more info. All work
great and includes
benches (or stands).
Call 904-966-0631'after
5:30 pm (leave message
before 5:30pm) or call
cell at 904-591-1175.
5 YEAR OLD MAYTAG
washer $325 with free
dryer (dryer-nqeds re- -

58 Child/Adult
Home Care
I AM LOOKING FOR a
position caring for the
elderly and or disabled in
their home. Call 904-
964-2793.
59 Personal
Services
JIM'S CATFISH FARM,
public fishing. Saturday
& Sunday, 7am to dark,
no license required. Pay
for what you catch. Call
904-782-1694 or 904-
591-1450.
FILL DIRTAND LIME rock
for sale. 904-591-1450
or 904-782-1694.
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. Handyman
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 mbssage.
J & P HOME SERVICES,
home repairs, home
cleaning, painting &
more for reasonable
rates call Johnny or Pam
at 352-473-2344.
TEACHERS/PARENTS:
Raise your child's read-
ing & IQ skills. 9 months
Phonics Curriculum,
$60, and Intelligent
Quilts $75 by former kin-
dergarten teacher. M.O.
only to: PO Box 1045,
Greensboro, GA 30642.
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.
65 Help
Wanted
WELDER/ METAL Fabri-
cator, to work on various
projects throughout the
State of Florida. Must
have valid DL, able to
travel, have construction
experience, able to pass
background check.
Competitive pay with
travel per diem. Drug
SFree Workplace. Call
Stan at 352-475-5391 or
fax resume to 352-475-
5393 or email
jobs@floridadsi.com.
NOW HIRING ALL posi-
tions.. Any retail experi-
ence helpful. Apply in
person Monday Friday
S8am-1o-3pm, at Kanga- -
roo or Sprint locationsin
Starke, Brooker, Raiford
or Lake Butler. 904-964-
5200 or 352-258-8324.
CHILDCARE FUND-
RAISING, Director
needed by National Co.
for local area to help run
money making pro-
grams. Work with direc-
tors, owners, PTA's,
schools. 1st yr 46K av-
erage. 813-788-1595:
CARRIER WANTED Be
your own boss, up to
$230 plus per week de-
livering the Gainesville
Sun newspaper. Seek-
ing responsible person
* to contract as a newspa-
per carder in the Starke,
Lawtey,. Keystone,
Florahome and Grandin
areas, early morning de-
liveries, reliable trans-
portation. Call now route
is available 352-338-
3155 ask forJames if not
available please leave
message.
AVON INDEPENDENT
Sales Representative.
Always hiring: Free train-
ing and group support,
earn extra income. Start
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SENIOR STAFF ASSISTANT
Secretarial work within the allied health programs
performing typing, filing, and assisting Chairperson
of Allied Health Programs and Coordinator of
Nursing Programs with administrative details.
Proficient in Word, Excel, and Microsoft Outlook.
Requires high school diploma or its equivalent plus
three years secretarial or clerical experience.
Special consideration will be given to applicants with
an associate degree or certificate in a related area.
Salary $21,612 annually plus benefits.
Review of applications will begin immediately..
INQUIRIES:
HUMAN RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT
LAKE CITY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
149 SE VOCATIONAL PLACE"
JOBLINE 386-754-4505; FAX 386-754-4594
E-mail: Boettcherg@lakecitycc.edu
ApplcDationm e avalble on Web at: www.hlkedtyc.eds
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LOCAL COMPANY ESTABLISHED IN 1981
NOW HAS POSITIONS AVAILABLE

* $280- $400 PER WEEK
* 4-DAY WORK WEEK
* MONDAY THURSDAY

* PAID VACATION
* 401K PLAN
*DRUG FREE WORKPLACE
*EOE

RIVERSIDE UNIFORM RENTALS, INC.
1038 EDWARDS ROAD
STARKE, FLORIDA
(904) 964-8544


ment. Call 904-964-
8851.
CARE GIVER 2 years
experience working with
elderly or disabled cli-
ents. 2 or 3 days per
week. Su-El's Retire-
ment Home, Hampton.
Phone 352-468-2619.
HAIR DRESSER or barber
wanted at O'Hair. Call
Laura at 888-535-3446.
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
P.O. DrawerA, Starke, FI
32091
$1380 WEEKLY guaran-
teedl Stuff envelopes.
FT/PT no experience
necessary. For more in-
formation call 386-462-
9301.
DISCOVER HOW ANY-
ONE can earn $25, $50,
even $100 or more in as
little as 2-3 minutes per
day taking easy "No-
Brainer" surveys Start
today http://
clickbank. net/
?countrymorm/sponline.
SHEET METAL SHOP en-
try level positions, will
train. 1st & 2nd shift
available. Full time, good
benefits. 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-
cations at New Method,
.311 N Temple, Starke.
NO PHONE CALLS!
PRODUCTION WORK-
ERS needed for fast
paced growing com-
pany, apply in person
9am to 4pm, Mon Fri
@ 10858 SE SR 221,
Hampton. Call for direc-'
tions 352-468-2455.
WELDER, EXP RE-
QUIRED, mig & tig
welder for sheetmetal
shop, full-time with ben-
efits. Drug Free Work-
place. 352-473-4984.
NURSERY HELP needed,
weed pulling, pot filling,
etc. FT $6.50 per hour to
start. Apply at US Body
Source, 1.5 miles South
of Hampton on CR325.
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 cardrier."
$$$ 800-626-4915 $$$
www.GoRoehl.com.
DRIVER CDL" A AND
CREW leader CDL B.
Local, benefits offered,
minorities and females
encouraged to apply.
Call 386-755-4328,
West Union County.
LUMBER GRADERS
needed. Pay $12.74 to
$14.52. An EEO and
Drug Free established
company. We offer
401K, health/dental in-
surance, paid holidays
and vacations. Apply in
person at Gilman Build-
ing Products, CR 218 in
Maxville, FI or fax re-
sume to Tamara at 904-
289-7736.
UTILITY/LABORERS
NEEDED. Pay $9.29 to
$10.26 after 6 months.
An EEO and Drug Free
established company.
We offer 401K, health/
dental insurance, paid


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Apply in person at-
Gilman Building Prod-
ucts, CR 218 in Maxville.
FI or fax resume to
Tamara at 904-289,
7736.
FORK LIFT OPERATOR
needed. Pay $11.81/_
hour. An EEO and Drug.
Free established com-
pany. We offer 401K,.
health/dental insurance,
paid holidays and vaca-
tions. Apply in person at
Gilman Building Prod-
ucts, CR 218 in Maxville,,
FI or fax resume to.
Tamara at 904-289-
7736.
PT-PTA-SLP/CFY-OT--
COTA. Select Rehab Is
a growing therapy co. w/
openings in Starke. Exc
comp & benefits pkg. FT,
PT, PRN available. New-
grads welcome. Thera-
pists must be eligible for
state licensure. Fax re-:
sumes to 847-441-4130-
or email resumes@
selectrehab.com, Toll
free 1-80f7-78-REHAB,
visit our website at-
www.selectrehab.com'-
OUTSIDE FIELD REPS:".
start today $18 to $25 an.
hour, management
opportunities, will train,
evening hoursand trans-
portation required. Call
1-800-644-2822 ext
4015.
BOOKKEEPER/ADMIN
ASST.AR/AP/Payroll/Fi-
nancial Reporting/Office
duties- working knowl-:-
edge of Quickbooks,:"
Microsoft Office, Recep-
tionist, filing a must. Will-'
ing to learn products-
Construction Industry
background a +. Fax re--
sume to 352-475-3644.':
THE YMCA IS NOW hiring-.
certified fitness instruc-- :
tors, receptionists,:-
childcare staff, summer
day camp counselors,
life guards & swim les-
son instructors. Training
available. Call 904-769-
1415 for an application.
SEEKING F/T & P/--'
TSALES managers. ex-
perience preferred. Sal-
ary and benefits are
competitive. Please ap- -
ply in person at Cato's in '
Starke.
QUALTIY ASSURANCE:
manager, for 14- six bed-
ICF/DD group homes.'
Requires BA, experi-'-
ence working with-
people with develop-
mental disabilities pre-
ferred. Must be willing,
to do extensive travel in-
state. EOE. DFWP. '
Send resume to HR,"
1110 B NW 8th Ave.
Gainesville, Fl 32601 or
fax to 352-372-0139.
FRAMERS WANTED:
Must have tools, start
immediately, work in
Gainesville area. Call
352-317-6502 or 386e-
496-8369.-Contact dJo^
seph. '
FOREMAN INSTALLER-
needed immediately for'
ramp and stair installa-
tion throughout Fforida.-m
Training provided forthe
right person. Starting n
pay approx. $35,00 yr
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Classified Ads where one call does it all! 473-2210
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clean class D drivers Ii-
cense and proven job-
site leadership. Call 352-
473-0185 before 6pm
and leave message.
LABORERS NEEDED
FOR upcoming busy
season. Ramp & stair
installation throughout
Florida. Starting pay $10
hr plus per-diem. $12
within 90 days. Only
hardworking individuals
need apply. Call 352-
473-0185 before 6pm
and leave message.
PROGRAM MANGER to
oversee operations of 3
to 5 six bed ICF/DD
group homes. Requires
BA or equivalent in
MRDD experience.
. EOE. Send resume to
HR, 111B NW8thAve,
Gainesville, Fl 32601 or
fax to 352-372-0139.
DUMP TRUCK DRIVER
NEEDED with Class B
CDL. Drug-free work-
place with benefits. Ex-
perience, a must.
Andrews Paving, Inc.
386-462-1115,
FINISH MOTORGRADER
operator. Needed IMME-
DIATELYI $12 to $18 hr,
plus benefits. Andrews
Paving, Inc. 386-462-
11,15.
DAIRY FARM
LABOREERS,
hardworking depend-
able transportation, shift
work, holidays & week-
ends. For more informa-
tion call 386-462-1016.
WAREHOUSE POSITION
available, 40 hour week
minimum per week.
Gator 2 Farm Supply,
South of Starke on HWY
301. HS diploma re-
quired.
LABORERS WANTED.
Must have DL. Must be
able to lift over 100lbs.
Call 904-964-8596.
DRIVERS W-2 LOOKS
BAD? We cure bad W-
2's. It's all about the
money. Is yours
enough? CDL-A,
months T/T exp. Call
Sunday or anytime 800-
893-6791.
DRIVER: GOOD & plenty
home time. $.36 with 4
days off. Singles, Stu-
dents & Teams. KLLM-
- CDLA-EOE. 866-357-
7351.
FOREST PARK apart-
ments of Lake Butler. 2
bedroom units available
starting at $540 mth. Call
386-496-3439, Tuesday
& Friday 8am to 5pm.
Rental assistance avail-
able to qualified appli-
cants. Equal. Housing
Opportunity.
THE -COLUMBIA
COUNTY Sheriffs office
is accepting applications
for the following posi-
tions: LPN ($25,500),
Sft l ,qrossing-Guard
Deputy ($29,000.).. All..
applicants must have a
high school diploma or
its equivalent. All depu-


ties and LPN applicants
must be Florida State
Certified. The C.C.S.O is
an EEO Employer. Appli-
cations may be obtained
at the Columbia County
Courthouse Human Re-
sources Office or on-line
at www.columbia
sheriff.com.
BABYSITTER NEEDED in
my home for 11pm to
7am shift. Must be able
to work weekends, 2
days off during the week.
Call 904-964-8616 after
4pm.
DUMP TRUCK DRIVER
NEEDED with Class B
CDL. DFWP W/ ben-
efits. Experience a
must. Andrews Paving,
Inc. 386-462-1115.
HEAVY EQUIPMENT op-
erator. Needed IMMEDI-
ATELYI! DFWP w/ben-
efits. Experience a
must. Andrews Paving,
Inc. 386-462-1115,.
FULLTIME, PCTfor dialy-
"sis center, exp preferred,
on the job training pro-
vided. We offer an excel-
lent benefit package in-
cluding paid time off,
health and dental insur-
ance and 401K. Apply
Starke Dialysis Center,
S444 West Madison
Street, Starke, Fl132091.
904-964-8822.
LAWN MAINTENANCE-
FT experienced, reliable,
and honest. Must be In
good health and non-
smoker preferred. Duties
include edging, weed
eating & other aspects of
landscapenmaintenance.


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immediatee Openings


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CDL A required.
Jacksonville, FL Terminal
1-877-428-5627
www.ctdrivers.com


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Call 352-468-3639,
Monday -Friday, 8am to
6pm, leave message.
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:
Florida 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.
LAND SURVEY help
wanted. Instrument
man, junior party chief,
party chief. Call 904-
626-0902.
BRADFORD TERRACE, a
skilled nursing facility is
now accepting applica-
tions for LPN's. FT & PT,
3 to 11 shift. Apply in
person at Bradford Ter-
race, 808 S Colley Rd,
Starke, FI 32091. 904-
964-6220. DFWP/EOE.
RESTAURANT MAN-


AGER, food manage-
ment experience re-
quired. Flexible sched-
ule, 40-50 hours/ wk.
Need good leadership &
people skills. Salary ne-
gotiable. Send resume
to Restaurant Manager,
PO Drawer A, Starke, FI
32091.
GRILL COOK/ meat cutter.
35 to 40 hours per week
at the Western Steer in
Starke. Call 904-964-
8061, ask for Ken.
WANTED DUMP TRUCK


drivers. $9 per hour to
start. Local work. Call
904-966-0604.
SUBSTITUTE
TEACHER'S aide: Part
time for pre-school. Call
Joan Bennett at 904-
964-8835.
FAITH PRESBYTERIAN
Church (PCUSA) secre-
tary- parttime. Trusting
the lord to send us an
exceptional person to
assist pastor and church.
leaders. Must be cheer-


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NOW HIRING
Regional & OTR Drivers
Limited Positions Avail.
Hometime & miles will never be an issue while
working for CTL Distribution, Inc.
We can fit ANYONE'S NEEDS
Dedicated Runs Available
Excellent Benefit Package
$1200 Annual Performance Bonus
apply Today & Start Next Week
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TRUCK & TRAIIILER MECHAIC[*NEEDED


We're continuing to grow and in need of
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.

PRITCHETT TRUCKING
rocket1731@aol.com


ful, proficient on com--
puter, and posess good
people skills. 352-475-
1721.
LOOKING FOR SOME-
ONE WITH secretarial
skills that is familiar with
Quick Books. Part time,
could work into full time.
Must be reliable, have
good phone skills and
good customer relation
skills. Must have valid


drivers license and be
able to pass background
check and drug test. Job
duties include filing, typ-
ing proposals, answer-
ing phone, faxing and
billing. For more infor-
mation, please apply in
person at Touchstone
heating andAir, Inc., 490
SE 3rd ve, Lake Butler,
FI 32054.
73 Farm


INSTRUCTOR
ASSOCIATE DEGREE NURSING PROGRAM
198 Duty Days full-time Tenured track position
to conduct the learning experience in the
classroom, laboratory and/or clinical area.
Prepare for instruction (syllabi, lesson plans, tests;
and recommended course offerings, sequence,
faculty assignments).
Requires MSN in Nursing, State of Florida
Licensed RN or License eligible, plus.3 years
experience as staff nurse.
Computer Literate. Open until filled.
Review of applications to begin April 18, 2005.
INQUIRIES:
HUMAN RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT
LAKE CITY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
149 SE College PI., Lake City, FL 32,025-2007
INFORMATION 386-754-4314; FAX 386-754-4594
E-mail: Boettcherg@lakecitycc.edu
Require College Application, Resume & Transcripts
Applications are available on Web at: www.lakecitycc.edu
Lake City Community College is accredited by the Commission On
- Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools.
VPIADA/EA/EO COLLEGE IN EDUCATION & EMPLOYMENT


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
record.
CALL JIM OR DEBBIE LAWRENCE AT
904-368-0777 or 1-888-919-8898


Equipment
FOR SALE: POULTRY
house equipment: posts,
rafters, large gas heat-
ers, automatic waters,
feed tanks, curtain ma-
terial, tin 32" wide 20ft
long. Call 904-964-7383
or 904-964-4293.
YANMAR F180 tractor,
400 hours, 22hp, $5000.


Call 352-468-3221.
74 Computers
& Accessories
COMPUTERS- NEED a
new, modern, updated
computer? I will build a
new, better computer for
you. For less than a Dell.
Call Chris at 352-870-
7207 or 904-964-6991.


Local Starke Haul
Tractor Trailer Dumps
Class A CDL
2 yrs experience

Liberty Trucking, Inc.
386-496-1991
EOE

HEAVY EQUIPMENT
OPERATOR
TRAINING FOR
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Bulldozers, Backhoes,
Loaders, Dump Trucks,
Graders, Scrapers,
Excavators
Next Class: March 28th
-National Certification
-Financial Assistance
-Job Placement in your area
800-383-7364
Associated Training Services
www.atsn-schools.com


PRITCHETT


TRUCKING

$1,000 Sign On Bonus!
SWe.have immediate, peitions for both local and
Regional. Day or night" sift: available. 401K,
Health In,., Paid Vacation, Performance and
Safety Bonus.. ...


"A WORLD OF SERVICE"


A CAREER Opportunity in UNIFORM DELIVERY
Local Company established in 1981 currently has positions
open in the Delivery/Service Department. High school
diploma or equivalent with a good driving record required.

* Average pay $500- $600 PER WEEK
* Quarterly Sales Bonus
* 4-day work week Monday Thursday
* Health / Dental Insurance
* Paid Vacation
* 401k plan
* Drug free workplace
*EOE

RIVERSIDE UNIJFgM RENTALS, INC..
S- I ('EDWARDS ROAD
STARKE, FLORIDA
(904) 964-8544


QUALITY EXPRESS

TANK LINES
HIRING OTR DRIVERS
Start at .31 per mile, Loaded & Emlpty
Potential of .32 per mile. Assigned
2005 Tractors. Med, Dental, Bonuses
2 years OTR Exp. Required
Call Betty
800-255-2-1611-


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SSOUTHEAST REGIONAL DRIVERS
|avis Express, Highway 301 South, Starke, FL is looking
r drivers to run SE. Requires Class A CDL w/hazmat.
rivers living in the Bradford County area will be home
frequently.
'$500 Sign-on Bonus
- *98% miles in Fla., Ga., TN, S.C., & Alabama
1 yr. experience .34 cpm
2 yrs experience .35 cpm
| 3 yrs experience .36 cpm
100% Lumper Reimbursement
Safety Bonus Guaranteed hometime
BCBS Insurance
Life, Disability & Dental Insurance
401K available
Call 1-800-874-4270 or 904-964-6619 option #6
Swww.davis-express.com


City of Keystone Heights/Keystone Heights
Airport Administrative Assistant (Airport)

The Keystone Airpark Authority is seeking an
Administrative Assistant to perform a variety of routine and
complex clerical, secretarial and administrative work in
keeping official records, and provide administrative
support to the Keystone Airpark Authority. Board members.
This non-exempt position will report directly to the
Keystone Airpark Authority and provide direct
administrative support to the Keystone Heights Airport
Operations Supervisor. Interested individuals should send
an e-mail request to jobs@keystoneairport.com for the
,position description and duties or may apply in person at
7100 Airport Rd, Starke, FL. Applicants will need to submit
a brief resume highlighting their experience and complete
an employment application. Salary based on experience.
Deadline for accepting applications is March 31, 2005 at
4:00 PM at the airpark office. Selected candidates will be
requested to attend a formal interview with the Authority. In
accordance with the City of Keystone Heights employment
requirements, the \successful candidate will have to
undertake a medical physical and a drug test, prior to
employment.


COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT ADMINISTRATOR

The Department of Health has an opening for a County
Health Departmeqt Administrator for Bradford and
Union counties. Annual Salary range is $75,000 -
$85,000. Minimum qualifications: Five years
progressively responsible experience in public health
practice, with management responsibilities in two or more
areas of public health desired; Five or more years of
supervisory experience. Experience in grant writing, public
speaking, working with elected officials and the media.
Experience in quality improvement techniques, directing,
planning, organizing, developing, monitoring, budgeting,
and human resource management. Knowledge and
experience in essential public health services.
Demonstrated knowledge of health policy issues. Proven
professional writing skills and experience in grant writing.
Experience in Bioterrorism and Disaster Response. Please
apply on-line at https://jobs.myflorida.com. Refer to
requisition number 64080896. Closing date: April 1, 2005.
EO/AA/VP Employer


WAL*MARTI
ALWAYS LOW PRICES


Wal-Mart Distribution Center in

Macclenny, FL is now accepting

applications for Order Fillers/

Selectors/ Material Handlers!







Please apply in person at:
2686 Commerce Road
Macclenny, FL


Call 904-653-4000 ext. 5099 for directions.


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reached at (386) 496-2261 or
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Wit has truth in it.
Wisecracking is simply
calisthenics with words.
-Dorothy Parker


basket.
community as well. The library This gear, instead of a live
provides space for a public chick or bunny, why not
meeting room, maintains the include a manatee in your
local cable television's ncude a manatee bk your
community bulletin board and child's Easterbasket put an
makes special visits to schools Of course, you can't put an
makes special visits to schools --atual-manatee -in-the-b-k-er,
With all the activities and but an adoption from the Save
functions the library reforms the Manatee Club (SMC) is an
functit wasons the library reforms Easter gift that will be truly
before it outgrew its current treasured. Adopting a manatee
space. "We have to have two is a wonderful opportunity for
storytimes justpace. "We h to a child to learn about an
accommodate all the endangered species. The
preschoolers that want to proceeds from the SMC's
attend the program," said Adopt-a-Manatee program go
Brown. The library's current toward conservation programs
space has become inadequate to protect manatees and their
for its needs habitat.
Brown, along with county For $25, you'll receive a
leaders, has begun the process photo of a manatee, the
of envisioning a new facility. It manatee's biography, an
is estimated the county will adoption certificateand a
need 10,000 square. feet of membership handbook. with
space to meet th more information on manatees.
recommended square footage a In addition, from nw until
library should be for a county April 30, each new
the size of .Union. "Currently membership adoptiofh
purchased at $35 or more will
We are five times smaller than include a manatee adoption
what the state library says we package along with a free
should be," said Brown. plush manatee toy, while
In order to get the space the supplies last, and an eight page.
library needs, Brown has coloring and activity book.
begun a campaign to build a All members receive updates
new library facility. Recently, on their adopted manatee four
grant writers were hired to help times a year in the SMC
the county apply for state newsletter. As children follow
funds to" build the facility. If the activities of their manatee,
funded, the grant could bring they learn a great deal about
the county has much as the life cycle of manatees and
$500,000 to build the new what they can do to help
building, protect them.
It is estimated the county Averaging between 10 feet
will need more than double the in length and weighing 800 to
amount the grant offers. At 1,200 pounds, manatees are
$1.2 million, the facility slow-moving aquatic mammals
carries a fairly large price tag. that travel the rivers, estuaries,
While the sale of the old saltwater bays and coastal
facility will generate a large areas- of the southeastern
amount of the funding, Brown United States. About 3,000
said she believes it will be up manatees remain in the United
to the library to raise States, and they are listed as
approximately $500,000. "I'm endangered by the United
committed to do whatever it States Fish and Wildlife
takes to raise the funds," said
Brown.
Brown has already begun
that process of raising the
needed funds. On Saturday,
March 19, the library will hold u SD A
its first fund raising activity.
The Library Fun-D Festival
will have games, food, prizes
and more. The festival will
take place at the library-located '
at 175 W. Main Street in Lake
Butler.
While the half-mil tax that
county landowners currently T
pay helps fund the library, it is h
not enough to help with its
expansion. First approved in
1998, the tax has allowed the
library to grow to what it.is P ro g i
today. "But further growth will
be impossible without a new
facility," said Brown.
Brown is asking every
resident of the county to
contact their state -
representative in support of the
county's grant proposal. "The
more people they hear from,
the better our chances of
getting the money," said
Brown.
Senator Rod Smith is -the
state senator for Dsitrict 14.
Smith can be reached by
calling 1-866-778-2300. His T]
office address is 404 South
Monroe Street, room 2002, ln
Tallahassee, FL 32399-1100. In
Representative Aaron Bean
is the state representative for m
district 12. Bean can, be
reached by calling (850) 488- ti
6920. His office address is 402
South Monroe Street, 221
capitol, Tallahassee, FL
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Service. manatees or the Adopt-a- Tribute Gift
Thirty manatees have been Manatee program, you can Tribute Gift
chosen as adoptees for the visit the SMC web page at Program helps
SMC's three Adopt-a-Manatee www.savethemanatee.org. a
programs, which are located in There is lots of information for patients
Florida at Blue Spring State children who are interested in
Park, Homosassa Springs learning about manatees at the A small rural hospital is
Wildlife State Park, the Tampa "Manatee Info" section on the always in need of more funding
Bay area and along Florida's web site. than it has and Shands at Starke
west coast. A.-i--, -- ...-is--no--exceptiyM. -The-Trib-ute
---Tilhe summer of 2001 thsonewTo neweb site s Gift Program allows anyone in
Whiskers was welcomed to the "Cool Manatee Stuff" the community to help meet the
Whiskers was welcomed to the page, where kids can send an needs of a large number of
Sadoptrion Hprogrwas first identified online manatee postcard to a patients who use the hospital.
Spring He was first identified friend, test their manatee Funds donated through the
when he came to thfive eark with knowledge by taking a quiz or Tribute Gift Program are used
hisrl mother Da na, five years view a manatee slide show. It's to supplement other funding to
earlier. As a youngster, all free, interactive fun. purchase needed equipment,
Whiskers liked to take off and Students can request a free expand the number of
play with other young "student education packet" by "community outreach"
manatees further up the spring, sending their name, address programs (providing
Mom kept a watchful eye on and grade level to SMC via educational programs related to
him, as his .mischievous, regular mail or by sending e- health care) and defray costs of
curious nature made him quite m a i I t o medical care for people who are
adventurous. education@savethemanat unable to pay.
As an adult, Whiskers still ee.org. The Tribute Gift Program
likes to play, and he is often -In addition, educators can can be made in memory or in
seen during the winter months receive "Manatees: An honor of a loved one or
at blue spring, where the water Educator's Guide." A free 38- respected friend. It can be made
naturally maintains a year- page guide accompanied by a to recognizen "any special
round temperature of 72 four-color poster and a occasion, as a get well wish for
degrees. Blue Spring is an coloring and activity book, a patient, etc.
attractive winter refuge for "Manatees: Florida Gentle Shands at Starke will notify
manatees who seek the spring Giants,' by sending a request the person or organization of
waters when the surrounding on school letterhead and a self- your choice about your
river water temperatures addressed 9" x 12" envelope donation. Just indicate that you
become cold. with $1.95 in postage on it. want this done and provide the
Flicker joined SMC's For more information about address.
Tampa Bay Adopt-a-Manatee manatees and the Adopt-a- There are two ways a gift can
program in the summer of Manatee program, contact be made. One is to earmark it to
2001. She was first identified SMC at 1-800-432-5645 or be used in the area of greatest
in 1983 by researchers at the visit their website at need. The other is to earmark it
power plant in Fort Myers. www.savethemanatee.org for the Lillian Stump
Over the years, Flicker has You can also write SMC at Endowment Fund.
shown a preference for the Big 500 N Maitland Avenue, Stump is a longtime member
Bend Power Plant in Apollo Maitland,FL 32751. of the Shads at Starke hospital
Beach and likes to spend her of the Shands at Starke hospital
winters there. auxiliary who has volunteered a
It was very exciting 'in **** lot of time and money to benefit
February 1999, when Flicker the patients. She donated a
was seen with a calf. Flicker's From the dog's point of substantial atheount to act as the
name comes from the many view, his master is an basis for the endowment fund.
small propeller scars that looK elongated and abnormally Gif// All donations to the Tribute
like flickering flames across cunning dog. Gcontribuft program andre charitable
her back. She has had many a cunning dog. contributions and are tax
her back. She has had many a -Mabel Louise Robinson deductible. If you would like to
close call with boats, and shb's
also been rescued from crab 'donate, send a check with name
trap line and buoy ** and address of the donor clearly
entanglement. indicated. Make the check
To learn more about payable to Shands at Starke.


United States Department of Agriculture


STobacco Transition Payment


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You've heard about it.


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his is it. The Federal tobacco marketing quota system is over. No more plant-
ig restrictions. No more marketing cards. No more price support loans.
stead, the USDA's new Tobacco Transition Payment Program will provide
oney to eligible tobacco quota holders and producers to help in this transi-
on that ends the old system. But sign up now or you will not get a 2005 payment.



El~rigible Q~miuot Hldrs a n d P producer


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Marketing quota? -

) Are you an owner, operator, landlord, tenant, or sharecropper who
,shared in the risk of producing tobacco anytime between 2002 and
2004?

) Do you grow Flue-cured, Burley, Fire-cured, Dark air-cured, Virginia
sun-cured, or Cigar filler/binder tobacco?


Please sign up between March 14, 2005, and June 17, 2005,

at your local USDA Service Center.

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Indicate if the donation is being
made in memory of or in honor
of someone. Indicate if the
donation should be made to the
Lillian Stump Endowment
Fund. Send the check to the
Shands at Stark Auxiliary,
Tribute Gift Program, 922 E.
Call Street, Starke, FC,-32091.

Credit
counseling
now offered
Area residents are now able
to take advantage of
professional budget and credit
counseling in Starke.
Consumer Credit Counseling
Service, which has served the
mid-Florida area for 15 years, is
a .nonprofit credit counseling
agency providing counseling,
debt repayment plans and
financial literacy education.
The agency provides
counseling at the North Florida
Regional Chamber of
Commerce on Call Street in
Starke on two days each month.
Appointments' will be
available on the second and
fourth Wednesday of each
month. The next dates are
Wednesday, March 23 and
April 13. Counseling
appointments may be scheduled
by contacting the agency at
904-964-1444 or 800-245-
1865. Counseling is available
by phone 24 hours a day for
those who do not prefer one-on-
one counseling in the office.
Consumer Credit Counseling
Service is a member of United
Way and the National
Foundation for Credit
Counseling (NFCC). The
agency is HUD certified and is
accredited by the, Council on
Accreditation of Services for
Families and Children.

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Section B: Thursday, March 17, 2005





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


Knickerbocker sentenced to life for 1989 slaying of teen


-oL vances in DNA testing
technology trh-at-m-ade-.
mitochondrial DNA testing
possible.


A hair that was recovered her killer. However, the
-fJom Reniaud's body at the amount of DNA available to
time of her death was not hers be tested was not sufficient to
and was believed to belong to get a match with anyone.


Mitochondrial DNA testing
makes it possible to get a
positive match with very small
amounts of DNA available for


testing.
Stack-


said
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it was this
LIFE, p. 4B


Michael C. Knickerbocker,
39, on March 10 pled -no
contest to a charge of murder
in the first degree as a result of
-a plea bargain that will keep
the state from seeking the
death penalty.


Meghan Renaud

Knickerbocker was charged
with murder in the 1989
slaying of Meghan Renaud, a
Bradford County teenager who
was apparently abducted from
her home and then shot in the
head and left in the woods
nearby.
By pleading no contest.
Knickerbocker agreed to
accept a sentence of life
imprisonment with a minimum
mandatory service of 25 years
in the- Department of
Corrections. That sentence will
begin after he finishes serving
.another life sentence with a
minimum mandatory 25 years
included for several rapes
for which he was convicted in
Alachua-County. .
Knickerbocker will be at
least 74 years old before he
can even be considered for
parole and State Attorney
Bill Cervone said he believes
there is little chance
Knickerbocker will receive
parole at that time. "'He will
never get out," said Cervone.
"We only agreed to
negotiate and elected not to
seek the death penalty after
consulting with the (Renaud)
family," said Certone.
"Closure is more important to
them than seeking'the death
penalty. Now they have-
closure in something that has
been a burden for them for
almost exactly 16 years."
He said he believes the idea
of waiting another 25-plus
years to find out if
Knickerbocker is executed or
-not. would have simply
prolonged the -agony for the
family.
S Chief Assistant Public
Defender Johnny Kearns,
representing Knickerbocker,
said his client sought the plea
bargain in an effort to spare the
Renaud family and his own
family the trauma of a drawn-
out trail. Reading a statement
-issued -by Knickerbocker.
Kearns said the defendant
"knows there is nothing he can
say or do :that can undo what
has been done". Kearns also
said Knickerboacker asked
forgiveness of the Renaud
family and of God;
Knickerbocker, with his
hands manacled at his waist.,
stood besidee Kearns during the
proceedings, but declined to
speak except to answer direct
questions put to him by Circuit
Court Judge David Giant.
Assistant State Attorney
Margaret Stack, who has been
working on this case since
1992, said Knickerbocker was
a suspect in the case all along.
Early on, ballistics information
indicated bullets recovered
from the Knickerbocker family
home "were consistent" with
the type of bullet used to kill
Renaud.
Cervone said that since this
type of match meant that the
bullets used to kill Renaud also
matched thousands of other
bullets, this information alone
was not enough -to cause the
state attorney to charge
Knickerbocker with the crime.
"At the time, we had no
- evidence that put the gun into
Knickerbocker's hands, but he
has always been on the suspect
list," said Cervone.
Stack said the final piece of
evidence came about because


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Hampton Marshal John Hodges surveys the burned-out hulk of what was once his house.


Hampton marshal: House fire was


meant as tactic of intimidation


An early-niorning fire .on
CR-221 in Hampton March 10
has been ruled arson, and the
home o6Wiier, Hampton
Marshal John Hodges, said he
believes the fire was set to
intimidate him into backing
out of an investigation. `
Detective David Cheers of
the State Fire Marshal's Office
said the fire is still under
investigation, but it has been
determined to have been
started by an arsonist. A
reward of up to $2,500 is being
offered,. 1,.- the ,loxidjt.
Advisory Committee on Arson
Prevention to anyone who
provides information that leads
to an arrest in the case.
Anyone with information
should call 1-877-NOARSON
(662-7766).
Hodges said he has been
cooperating with the FBI, the
Florida Department of Law
Enforcement and the Bureau of
Alcohol, Tobacco and
Firearms in an investigation.
that is drug-related.
Jeff Westcott, an agent in
the FBI's Jacksonville office,


said he could confirm that FBI
agents are involved in the fire
investigation along with the
fire marshal's office, but said
he could divulge no
information other than that at
this time.
Hodges said he owns the
house in Hampton, but that he
and his wife sleep most of the
time at a house his wife owns
in Lawtey. No family member
was present at the house when
the fire started and no one was
injured.
"I'm at the (Hampton) house
every day. I had a lot of
equipment, tools and
belongings in the house," said
Hodges. "I still had'f y, office
there and did my book work
there."
Hodges is marshal for
Hampton, but also owns and
runs a home renovation
business. He estimates that
equipment related to that
business and to his position as
marshal equipment that was
destroyed in the fire was
valued .at about $15,000. The
furniture and other contents of
the house, he valued at about
$15,000. The house itself,
which was a total loss, was
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Lake Butler-
man dies in
traffic crash
A 59-year-old Lake Butler
man was killed March 10 when
his motorcycle was struck on
SR-121.
Mark Henry Martin, driving
a 2002 Yamaha cycle, was
northbound on SR-121 at'9:45
p.m., according to Florida
Highway Patrol Trooper B.M.
Lamb. A- 1997 Oldsmobile.
driven by Laura Wood, 17, of
Gainesville, was westbound on
Southwest 75th Trail. Wood
attempted a left turn onto SR-
121 into the path of the cycle,
Trooper Lamb said. Martin was
ejected when his cycle struck
the left front of the Olds.
Martin and Wood were
transported to Shands in
Gainesville. Martin died 'en
route to 'the hospital, according
to Corporal James Starling,
homicide investigator..
Wood's injuries were not life
threatening. Trooper Lamb
said. : .
A passenger ,in the Olds,
Joshua Clemons, 19, of Lake
Butler was-not injured.
Charges are pending in the
crash, Trooper Lamb said.
There is no evidence of the
crash being alcohol related,
Trooper Lamb said.

Clay seeking
6 drug
suspects after
roundup
Clay County Drug Task
Force officers were joined by
Clay County Sheriff's Office
(CCSO) street crimes
detectives and by warrants unit
deputies to execute a weekend
drug suspect roundup.
According to CCSO i'Lt.
Ricardo Wright, a total of 20
law enforcement officers from
CCSO, Orange Park and Green
Cove Springs arrested 18 of
the total of 24 suspects.
The search continues for the
remaining six suspects for
whom there are warrants.
Anyone with information
about the location of these si\
is encouraged to call CCSO, at
904-264-6512. The remaining
suspects are as follows:
Jason Acevedo, wanted for
sale and delivery of cocaine.
Timothy Szoke. wanted for
possession of .mprijtpna,., ith
intent to sell.
I Aubrey; Lumpkin. wanted,
for sale *and delivery of
cocaine.
Gregory Lee, wanted for
sale and delivery of crack
cocaine.
Marvin Brown, wanted for
sale and delivery of crack
cocaine.
Ashley Holmes, wanted for
sale and delivery of crack
cocaine.
Roundups such as this are
conducted two to three times a
year by the task force as cases
i.re wrapped up and warrants
are obtained. The group of
suspects in this roundup is
from various parts of Clay
County representing various
drug crimes and separate
cases.

Traffic
checkpoint
set in Clay
Deputies from the Clay
County Sheriff's Traffic Unit,
FHP troopers and Starke police
officers will conduct a random
motorist checkpoint Friday,
March 18.
The checkpoint will be near
the intersection of Blanding
Blvd. and Jefferson Ave. in
Orange Park, beginning at
midnight and ending at 3 a.m.
on March 19.
The focus will be on
impaired drivers, use of safety
equipment and driving with
suspended license.


Who forces time is pushed
back by time; who yields to
time finds time on his side.
-The Talmud


Stearns presents Starke with $300,000


Representative Cliff Stearns' March 12 visit to Bradford County offered him the
opportunity to present the city of Starke with a $300,000 federal appropriation for
its ongoing sewer rehabilitation project funds which he helped to obtain.
Pictured (l-r) are Starke Commissioner Steve Futch, Mayor Carolyn Spooner,
Commissioner Larry Davis, City Clerk Linda Johns, Commissioner Don Tilley, City
Manager Ken Sauer and Rep. Stearns. Starke is not New York City, Stearns said,
but given the number of people who ask for money each year, it's nice to help a
small community because it is better appreciated and the money goes further.
"This is a small amount of money in the big scheme of things, but a big amount of
money for Starke," Stearns said. Stearns spent the remainder of the hour
discussing matters of importance to citizens, including social security reform,
prescription drugs and right-to-life issues.


LIFE
Continued from p. 1B
advance in DNA testing that
allowed investigators to get a
positive match between the
hair and Knickerbocker.
, "The hair was tested
repeatedly through' the years.
but it has only been. recently
that DNA testing has grown
sophisticated enough to
provide a match." said
Cer'. one.
On March 19 or 20 in 1989,
Renaud was removed from her
home and found dead in a
clearing nearby a few days
later. She was killed with a .22
caliber handgun. A .22 caliber
gun was owned by
Knickerbocker's family and
was recovered from their
home. The Knickerbockers
lived near the Renauds at the
time.
The barrel of the recovered
gun was damaged, so a
positive ballistics match
between the .gun. and.: the
bullets w-a not i'ssi)ble. A
match between the type of
bullet used to kill Renaud and
bullets found at the
Knickerbocker home was
made, but that match was not
absolute.
Knickerbocker has been in
prison on other charges since
shortly after Renaud's death.
The case became a cold
case, but Stack brought it back
to the front burner in 1992 and
the body vas even exhumed in
1994 in an effort to 'obtain
more evidence.
Stack has been in contact
with the Renaud family
through the years, especially
with Meghan's brother,
Jonathan. Jonathan Renaud is a
chief warrant officer (CWO2)
with the Army Criminal
Investigation Command at Fort


Carson, Colo.
Jonathan said since he has
been in law enforcement
himself for the past 10 ears.
he knows how hard it is to
bring closure to a case this old.
"I know there are a lot of'
cases that just don't. get,
solved," he said. The Renaud
family truly appreciates the.
hard work done in solh ing this
case, he said.'
Jonathan was 16 at the time
of Meghan's death and said
her murder placed an indelible
mark on every member of the
family. "I can't even begin to
describe the affect this has had
(on the family)," he said.
Jonathan said the family
',feels the outcome of the trail
*was the "absolute best we
could have hoped for. He's
(Knickerbocker's) not going to
get out of jail. That doesn't
change what happened 16
years ago, but at least it ends
here."
He said that years after the
family had resigned itself to
ithe belief ,hat the. case.-would .
'just never be resolved, the
knowledge that Knickerbocker
has been charged and w ill
serve time for it cameras a
relief.
He commended the Florida
Department of Law
Enforcement, the state
attorney's office and every
other law enforcement officer
involved in the case. He gave a
special thanks to Stack for her
perseverance. "(She) never let
this go," he said.
When Stack was asked how
she felt about the outcome of
the hearing March 10, she said,
"It feels great. I'm just so glad
we can finally write "closed'
on this file."

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Demand for public information is surging


By CHUCK MCCUTCHEON
2005 Newhouse News Service ..
Washington-At a time when critics accuse the fed-
eral government of excessive secrecy, the public's
appetite for information is growing by leaps and
bounds.
Hits on government Web sites are soaring.
Document requests under the Freedom of Information
Act, or FOIA, have hit all-time highs. And online
archives collecting everything from court decisions to
spies' names are seeing vast growth in numbers of vis-
itors.
All those developments, say advocates of greater
governmental openness, show that their cause
deserves more support.
"It's a huge irony that while the public is'filing more
FOIA requests, this administration is developing a
reputation as one of the most secretive governments
we've had in history," said Rick Blum, coordinator of
the Web-based coalition OpenTheGovernment.org.
The Justice Departmient's Office of Information and
Privacy said in a report last August that federal agen-
cies received a record 3.26 million requests under the
Freedom of Information Act in fiscal 2003, the most
recent year available. That was a 36 percent increase
over 2002, the highest one-year jump ever.
About half the increase was due to people seeking
access to personal and family records from the Social
Security Administration, often for genealogical
research, said agency spokesman Mark Hinkle. The
departments of Veterans Affairs and Homeland
Security also saw large numbers of requests.
According to Nielsen//NetRatings, an Internet audi-
ence measurement service, several of the govern-
ment's most heavily used Web sites recorded higher
levels in January 2005 than in the same month a year
earlier.


Among the most popular was the Department of
Health and Human Services site, which served nearly
12 million visitors in January-a 24 percent increase
from 2004. Other government sites with fast-growing
traffic included the departments of Homeland Security
(54 percent more visitors), Agriculture (43 percent)
and Housing and Urban Development (41 percent).
The U.S. Government Printing Office's Web site,
gpoaccess.gov, averaged nearly 34 million'retrievals
of government documents per month in 2004-a mil-
lion more than in 2003 and almost triple the number in
1998, according to agency figures.
One avid visitor to various sites is Mark Pruner,
president of Web. Counsel, a Stamford, Conn., legal
marketing services company.
"I check Commerce, Census, and Bureau of
Economic Analysis sites for commercial information,
which is great for providing info for business and mar-
keting plans," Pruner said. "I check the NASA sites for
stuff like the Mars and Saturn missions. I look at the
(Library of Congress') THOMAS site for statutes and
bills, congressional sites for hearings, committee
assignments and e-mail addresses and the (Energy
Department) and (Computer Emergency Readiness
Team) sites for info on viruses."
The popularity of the federal sites can be explained
at least in part by' the Internet's emergence as an easy-
to-use information resource. But watchdog groups and
others who specialize in collecting documents said
there also is more interest in their activities..
Subscriptions to the Federation of American
Scientists' Secrecy News, a free e-mail bulletin with
links to hard-to-find documents on defense, intelli-
gence and other issuess (fas.org; click on "Governiment
Secrecy"), have; grown to more than 10,000 from an
initial 200 four years ago.
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growth," said Steven Aftergood, who
issues the bulletin. "I don't put peo-
ple on the mailing list until they've
asked. So ft's a barometer of public
interest."
Private Web sites featuring exclu-
sive materials obtained via govern-
ment leaks or other unofficial chan-
nels also are seeing more visitors.
Among the best known are the
Smoking Gun
(thesmokinggun.com), which col-
lects court documents, arrest photogra
information about public figures; the
(thememoryhole.org), which has put
flag-draped coffins of soldiers killed
Cryptome (cryptome.org), a catch-all
once posted details of a secret CIA
included the name and telephone numb
cial who gave it.
Cryptome administrator John Young
arcliieai. said his site drew 50,000 hits
the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks. Since then
number has grown to 150,000.
"People don't think they're getting rel
tion out of the government, and they're
source of information that offsets what
held," Young said.
The Bush administration denies being


tive.
"It's an unfair perception; it's not
the way I view our approach," Vice
President Dick Cheney said at an
American Society of Newspaper
Editors conference in 2003, citing
the decision to allow embedded.
reporters to travel with troops in
Iraq as evidence of "our commit-
ment to the free flow of informa-
tion."
President Bush in 2002 signed
into law the E-Government Act,
which required federal agencies to
work on making more government
information accessible over the
Internet. A report by Congress'
Government Accountability Office
in December said agencies have
made "positive steps" toward imple-
menting key provisions, but have
failed to carry out some others.
"The agencies are doing a good
job of trying to put out informa-
tion," said Peter Hernon, founding
editor of Government Information
Quarterly, an academic journal.
'Yes, there are areas where
there's a decline," said Hernon, a
library and information science pro-
fessor at Boston's Simmons
College. '"But the ultimate question
that nobody has answered is,
VWhat's the proper balance between
open access and legitimate securi-
ty?' Nobody's related that pro er
balance to e-government."
Some activists say the Bush
administration is not entirely to
blame for limiting access. They
note that members of Congress
have blocked the public from easily
obtaining background reports from
the CQngressional Research
Sert ice. an arm Cf' the Library of the


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phs and other Congress.
emory Hole House Administration Committee Chairman Bob
up photos of Ney (R-Ohio) and other lawmakers who favor restrict-
in Iraq; and ing availability of the reports maintain that while the
archive that service is publicly financed, its mission is to provide
briefing that information to Congress and not the public. They say
ber of the offi- making all reports public could inhibit lawmakers who
want to learn more about sensitive topics.
a New York Anti-secrecy activists reject such arguments.
,sa day before "The dominant trend in the government is to
n, he said, that increase controls on what had previously been public
information," said Aftergood, who includes links to
able informa- Congressional Research Service reports in Secrecy
eager to find a News. "That's a troubling trend, because what it does
is being with- is lower people's expectations for what kind of infor-
mation they can obtain. We'd like to raise people's
% overly syere'- expectations." .


Government secrecy growing
Federal secrecy has been increasing steadily, in spite-of the 9-11
commissions' advice that fewer documents should be classified.
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One arrested
in stabbing
A stabbing March 13 just
after midnight at the T.H.E,
Apts. led to one man being
.hospitalized and another being
arrested.
The victim, Christopher C.
Thomas, stated he was sitting
in his vehicle when he and
Kenneth Lamar Jenkins became
involved in a verbal altercation,
according to Investigator Barry
Warren. The altercation became
physical with Jenkins stabbing,
Thomas several times in the
back, Investigator Warren said.
Thomas drove himself to the
hospital where he was
transported by ShandsCair to
Shands at the University.
Jenkins was located at an
abandoned, trailer behind the
apartment complex, where he
was suffering from a knife
wound on his wrist. It is
believed Jenkins' folding knife
may have folded, puncturing
his wrist, Investigator Warren
said. Jenkins admitted to
having "plenty to drink" prior
to the fight. He also admitted
to smoking some marijuana,
Investigator Warren said.
Jenkins was transported by
Rescue to Shands at Starke for
treatment.
Jenkins is charged with
aggravated battery with a knife
and battery.

Theft from
store gets
woman
arrested
An employee of Brooker
Handy Way was arrested last
week for stealing lottery tickets
from the store.
Dorina T. Russell, 28,
whose address is a post office-
box in Lawtey, was arrested
March 10 by Deputy B. D.
Morgan for retail theft.
Russell is charged with
removing approximately
$1,241 in lottery tickets and
other items; from the store'
while she was' working. Deputy
Morgan said. The security
video tape recorded the thefts
that started on Feb. 28, Deputy
Morgan said.
Russell -, scratched off the
tickets- hilh al \,ork. If she


was a winner she cashed in the
ticket. If it was not a winner,
Russell threw the tickets in
the trash, Deputy Morgan said.
There was no recovery on the
thefts, Deputy Morgan said.
Russell was released after a
$1,000 surety bond was posted.

Starke man
arrested for
attacking man
A 53-year-old Starke man
was arrested Feb. 22 for
attacking a man in a hospital
bed.
Michael Linnard Conner was
charged by Starke Officer
Stacey L. Summers with
aggravated battery on a person
65 years or older. Just before
midnight on Feb. 21, nurses
responded to a disturbance in a
hospital room. The nurses said
they witnessed Conner on top
of the victim, scratching and
physically attacking him,
Officer Summers said. Conner
was restrained and police were
called.
Conner stated he was trying
to keep the ,man from getting
out of the bed, Officer
Summers said.
When questioned, Conner
appeared to be intoxicated,
smelling strongly of, an
alcoholic beverage, Sgt. Donald
Spriggle said.
The 89-year-old victim
suffered :contusions to his face
and body, Sgt. Spriggle said.
Conner was taken into
custody with bond set at
$25,000. He was released Feb.
23 on his own recognizance by
Judge David Giant.


Drugs by
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gets woman.
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A 38-yeat-old Lake Butler
woman was arrested March 7
for four counts of obtaining
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Angela Sweat was charged
by Sgt. William Brown with
calling prescriptions into
pharmacies in Lake City and
Starke during the past two
months. The' prescriptions were
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A Winn Dixie pharmacist
contacted the doctor on the
prescription and was told he did
not have a patient by that
name.
Sgt. Brown waited for Sweat
to pick up the prescription and
arrested her. She was
additionally charged with
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Bond on the charges was set
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Lake Butler
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theft
A 27-year-old Lake' Butler
man was arrested March 9 for
stealing property from a storage
trailer.
Kevin Charles Varnes was
charged by Sgt. Ronald
Pinkston with burglary, grand
theft and possession of drug
paraphernalia. Varnes was seen
entering the storage trailer,
located in a wooded area on
194th Place. As he attempted
to leave the area his vehicle
was blocked by the owner's
son. Deputies apprehended the
Ford Ranger occupied by
Varnes with the stolen property
in the back of the vehicle, Sgt.
Pinkston said.
The property was recovered
and returned to the owner. Drug
paraphernalia and an air rifle
was found in the vehicle's cab
during a search, Sgt. Pinkston
said.

One arrested
for cashing
checks
A 22-year-old Lake Butler
woman was arrested March 14
after cashing stolen checks .
Elizabeth Linda Laney was
charged by Deputy Mac Johns


The checks were stolen
along with other property from
a 14th Street residence on
March 3.
Laney was charged with
three counts of forgery and two
counts of passing a forgery,
Deputy Johns said.
Additional arrests are,
pending further investigation.

Two Union
students
arrested
Two Union County students
were arrested earlier this month
in separate incidents.
An 1l-year-old fourth grader.
was charged with battery on a
school employee following ari
incident on the basketball court,
at Lake Butler Elementary
School March 8. The student.
became unruly and
uncontrollable, according tcl
Sgt. Raymond Shuford. Aftei
beipg told several times to stop
trying to destroy-the basketball
rim, the student refused, began
cursing and threatened their
coach, Sgt. Shuford said.
" When the coach restrained
the student and began walking
him to the front -office, their
student struck the coach several
times about his head and back.,
Sgt. Shuford said.
The student was arrested and
taken to the county jail. After
processing he, was released toi
his parents, Sgt. Shuford said.
A 14-year-old Union County'
'High 'School student was
arrested March 2 for threatening
to bring pipe bombs and
grenades to'. school and
detonating them. Sgt. Shuford
said.
On March 8 the school board
voted to expel the teen from the
.school system for, a period olf
one year. Last year the teen was
expelled from Bradford Highb
School for making similar)
threats, Sgt. Shuford said. !


-jith forging and cashing the
checks at the Community State
Bank in Lake Butler. Laney L.eaving
confessed to the forging of two ceno gets
checks and forging a third but scene gets
not cashing it, Deputy Johns man arrested
said. The checks were cashed 35-yaod
for $300 and $200. A 35-yearold Gulfport,manr
Laney stated she had gotten was arrested March 7 in Starke.
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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:

Gordon Wayne Baker, 40,
and Kim Buckman, 41, both of
Keystone Heights were arrested
March 13 by Bradford Deputy
James Cedar for domestic
battery. Buckman is charged
with striking Baker several
times in the mouth and
breaking a tooth during a verbal
altercation. Baker is charged
with pushing Buckman to the
ground, bruising her arm and
scratching her wrist, Deputy
Cedar said. Buckman was taken
into custody and placed in the
back of a patrol vehicle. She
kicked the rear passenger
window with both feet, forcing
the window out of its tracks
and bending the door, Deputy
Cedar said. Buckman was
additionally charged with
criminal mischief. She was
released from custody after a
$5,000 surety bond was posted.
Baker was released after a
$1 00 surety bond was posted.

Ronnie Lee Hall, 45, of
Starke was arrested March 10
by Starke Sgt. Robert. Melton
for burglary, possession' of
burglary tools and possession
of cannabis. Hall is charged
with entering the lint drawer of
a pay dryer and removing
change. He had a wrench and
socket in his possession ar the
time of his arrest, Sgt. Melton
said. He also was in possession
of a small amount of
marijuana., A $10,000 surety
bond was posted for his release
from custody.

Lottie Lavem Williams, 18,
of Starke was arrested March 12
by Bradford Deputy Joseph


disorderly conduct. An
argument escalated when
' Schruder began throwing
household items about his
home. Deputies were called and
Schruder was told to
discontinue his ratings. After
deputies left the scene, Schruder
continued to create a
disturbance by revving the
motor of his vehicle and
spinning its tires in the yard,
prompting, his neighbors to
recontact the deputies. Schruder
was placed under arrest, but
refused to be handcuffed, Sgt.
Pinkston said. A chemical
agent was used to subdue
Schruder, who was taken into
custody.
Quani Johnson, 25, and
Annie Hall, 73, both of Starke,
were arrested March 10 by
Starke Officer MarkLowery for
disorderly conduct. Johnson and
Hall are charged with
interfering with an
investigation. When asked to
leave the area, they refused and
were arrested, Officer Lowery
said. Hall was released on her
own recognizance. Johnson was
released after a $500 surety
bond was posted.
Jonathan Carswell, 22, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
March 13 by Clay deputies for
possession of cocaine.
Jitendra Chohan, 25, of Lake
Butler was arrested March 8 by
parole officers on a warrant
from Alachua County for
violation of probation
possession of cocaine and from
Union County for violation of
community control driving
under-the influence (DUI), She
was released March 9 after
surety bonds totalling $10,000
were posted.

Casandra Adkinson, 46, of
Sanderson was arrested March 8
by Starke Sgt. Kevin Mueller
on a warrant from Baker
County for violation of
probation burglary. She was
transported to Baker County.'


Jones for domestic battery.
Jonillis is charged ttery Tyrone Brazell, 41, of Starke Ted Curtis, 25, of Lake
hilliams is charged sewit was arrested March 8 by Officer Butler was arrested March 11
pushing the victim sever Lowery on. a warrant from by Bradford Sgt. E.J. Kiser for
bellimes. Williams became when Alachua for violation of violation of probation drug
belligerent and loud when probation. He was transported offender.
deputies arrived, Deputy Jones to Alachua County.
said. A $ 1,000 surety bond yJ N an. Se, 63, ,:
as-posed for his-releae James Norman. Sea\, 63, of.
c.s, ,W ",, .orthligton... Springs. wasj
cutk ..- .A --- Starke 'was arrested IMarch 9by arrested March' Cf21, by" Union. .
Edo Cornet 43, f Bradford Deputy B.D. Morgan Deputy Donnie Jones on a
RaEldford was arrested March 14. for violation of probation Bradford County warrant for


by Starke Sgt. Donald Spriggle
for breach of peace and battery.
Police were called just after
midnight to a.fight in progress
in Ihe lobb) of the Magnolia
Hotel. Cornett, who was
involved in the confrontation,
was unsteady on his feet and
smelled strongly of an'
alcoholic beverage. He was
holding a. can of beer. Sgt.
,Spriggle said. He was charged
with disturbing other residents
and.hitting the victim.

John David Carson, 52, of,
'Keystone Heights was arrested
March 14 b) Cla\ Deputy J,
Lejeune for trespass- after
warning. Carson was ordered to
leave a residence on Pinon
Road where he had been issued
a warning in January, Deputy
Lejeune said.
Martin William Schruder.
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March ( 10 by Union Sgt.
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Robert Jones, 40, of
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Betty Roperti, 45, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
March 10 by Clay deputies for
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Kevin Lambert, 27, of
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Sheila Jackqueline Voss, 49,
of Gainesville. was arrested
March 9 by Union Deputy
Ronald Pinkston on a warrant
for violation of probation.

James Lester Garland, 21, of
Lake Butler was arrested March
9 by Union Deputy Robert
Manning on a Bradford warrant
for failure to appear. Bond was
set at $400.
Michael Bain, 25, of
Hampton was arrested March
10 for violation of probation
leaving scene. A $502 surety
bond was posted for his release
from custody.

Jason Harris, 20,_ of Lake
Butler was arrested March 14
by parole officers for violation
of probation burglary of
structure.

.Leslie Michelle Parrish, 22,
of Lake Butler was arrested
March 14 by Union Lt. ,H.M.
Tomlinson on a capias for
forgery and violation of
probation with no bond.

Tyrone Deon Davis, 22, of
Lake Butler was arrested March
14 by: Union Deputy Mac
Johns on a warrant for
violation of probation.

Steven Rogers, 34, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
March 11 by Clay deputies on
a warrant for scheme to defraud
and obtain property.


violation of probation lewd and
lascivious. He was transported
to Bradford.
Pablo Chavarria, 41, of Lake
Butler was arrested March 14
by Lt. Tomlinson on a Georgia
capias for parole violation
Thelma Priscilla Jenkins,
24, of Lake Butler was arrested
March '14 by Union Sgt.
Raymond Shuford on a warrant
for violation of probation.
Bond was set at $5,000.
Angela Marie Sexton, 27, of
Middleburg was arrested March
10 by Sgt. Kiser on a warrant
for grand theft. Sexton is
charged with failing to return
an oxygen concentrator to
Option Care. Bond. was set at
$5,000.

Anthony James, 29, was
arrested March 14 by Lt.
Tomlinson on a capias for
failure to appear. Bond was set
at $1,500.

Misty D. Emanuel, 29, of
Lawtey was arrested March 12
by Bradford Deputy Brian
Waldorf for violation of
probation worthless checks.
Bond was set at 40 days in jail.

Traffic'
Edward Leo Randolph, 38,
of Starke was'arrested March 1.0
by Deput\ Morgan for driving
under the influence (DUI).
Randolph's blood-alcohol level
was .15 percent when he was
arrested 'on SR-16, Deputy,
Morgan said. He wvas released
from custody after a $1,000
surety bond was posted.

Tammy Kay Carney, 41, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
March 14 b' Clay Deputy
Thomas Brown for DUI.
Carney was stopped in the
northbound lane of SR-21 near
Gold Head. She started
travelling at five miles per
hour, then stopped again in the
lane. She ,finally pulled off the
roadway, but could not exit her
vehicle Deputy Brown said.
Camey's speech was slurred and
a bottle of bourbon was found
in the vehicle. She was placed
under arrest, but refused .the
breath test, Deputy Brown said.

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asked to perform a field
sobriety test. He stated, "I can't
do this, I'm too drunk." Ih.
blood-alcohol level was .15
percent.
Gregg Wrisley Garvey, 51,
of Keystone Heights was
arrested March 9 by Clay
Deputy T.J. Brown for DUI.
Garvey was travelling in the
wrong lane of CR-214 before
turning onto Beauty Bush Lane
and stopping. He was found
passed out behind the wheel
with the engine running,
Deputy Brown said. A strong
odor of an alcoholic beverage
was coming from his breath.
He failed to produce a driver's
license and would not answer
any questions. A bottle of
bourbon was found in the
vehicle. He refused to submit
to testing, Deputy Brown said.

Robert Anthony Molchan
Jr., 43, of Raiford was arrested
March 15 by Florida Highway
Patrol Trooper Brian N. Lamb
for DUI. Molchan was found
asleep in his truck with the
motor running. The pickup
truck was in a residential
driveway, Trooper Lamb said.
After he was awakened he was
unsteady on his feet and his
speech was mumbled. After
failing field sobriety testing, he
was placed under arrest, Trooper
Lamb said. Molchan's blood-
alcohol level was .21 percent.

Michael Gene Stoneman,
. 27, of Starke was arrested
'March 11 by Starke Officer
J.W. Hooper for drix ing while
license suspended or revoked
(DWLS) with. knowledge. A
$500 surety bond was posted
for his release from custody.

Jonathan Aikin, 40, of
O'Brien was arrested March 7
by Officer. Hooper for DWLS
habitual. A $2,500 surety bond
was posted for his release from
custody.,
Jeremiah James Haltam, 25,
of Lake Butler was arrested
March 11 by FHP Trooper
C.L. Lee for DWLS. Haltam
was stopped for speeding
(54mph in a 35mph zone). His
license had been suspended for
failure to pay fines, Trooper
Lee said.


Judy Jackson, 46, of
Montverde wag 'arrested March


arrested March 10 by Lawtey
Lt. S.M. Francis for DWLS
and fleeing attempting to elude.
Bond was set at $2,000.
James Johnson, 30, of
Starke was arrested March 8 by
Sgt. Spriggle for DWLS. A
$500 surety bond was posted
for his release from custody.

Roosevelt Covington, 43, of
Starke was arrested March 8 by
Sgt. Spriggle during a traffic
stop for failure to appear
DWLS, habitual traffic violator
and attaching tag not assigned.
He, was additionally charged on
a "warrant for possession and
sale of cocaine within 1,000
feet of a church. Total bond
was set at $65,000.
Toccara Sophia Carter, 20,
of Starke was arrested March 12
by Bradford Deputy Lori Jestes
for violation of probation no
valid driver's license (NVDL)
(two counts). Surety bonds
totalling $2,000 were posted
for her release.

Willie McGill, 41, of
Jacksonville was arrested March
10 by Sgt. Kiser for failure to
appear NVDL and violation n of
probation sale 'of controlled
substance. Bond was, set at
$4,000.

.James Garland, 21, of Lake
Builer was arrested March 10
by Sgt. Kiser for failure to
appear DWLS. Bond was set at

$4,000.

Duane Napora, 33, of
Gainesville was arrested March
10 by Deputy Jones for failure
to appear DWLS. A $1,000
surety bond was posted for his'
release.



Curtis Hodge, 20, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
March 10 by Clay deputies for
failure to appear NVDL.

Dale Larose, 47, of Maxville
was arrested March 13 by
Bradford Deput Casey Moore
for DUI refusal, refusing to
submit to lawful testing and
DWLS (permanently revoked).


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Terrance Boatwright
STARKE Terrance "Terry" Lee
Boatwright, 60, of Starke died
Thursday, Feb. 24, 2005 at
Orange Park Medical Center.
Born in Clewiston, Mr.
Boatwright lived in Starke for
many years. He was a produce
truck driver,
Mr, 8.'.1:. I ,l is survived by:
\..1\ i. Terrance Boatwright of
Keystone Heights; his mother
Thelma Boatwright of Starke:
three sisters, June Dicandio of
Starke, Joann Eaves of
Foirahome and Gail Thomas of a
St'.vke, and one grandchild. He
was preceded in death by his
father Clinton Lee Boatwright
and a brother Wayne Boatwright.
Funeral services for Mr.
.o.itu eightt were Feb. 26, 2005
in the Chapel of Archie Tanner
Funeral Home of Starke with the
Rev. Roman Alvarez officiating.

Thelma Boatwright
STARKE Thelma Jeanette
Boatmright. 79, of Starke died
Friday, March 11, 2005, at
Shands Alachua General Hospital
in Gainesville following an
extended illness.
Born in Headland, Ala. Mrs.
Boatwright moved to Starke in
1958. She k as a homemaker and
member of Smyrna -Baptist
Church
Mrs. Boatwright is survived
by: three daughters, June
Dicandio of Starke, Joann Eaves
of Florahome and Gail Thomas of
Starke; four brothers, Curtis
Williams of Pensacola, Thomas
Williams ofBelleview, Jimmy
Williams of West Palm Beach
and Larry Williams of Ocala; 13
grandchildren, 22 great-
grandchildren and two great-
great-grandchildren. She was.
preceded in death by her husband
Clinton Lee Boatwright and two
sons, Terrance Lee Boatwright
and Dennis Wayne Boatwright.
Funeral services for Mrs..
Boatwright were March'14, 2005
in the Chapel of Archie Tanner
Funeral Home with the Rev.
Charles Starling officiating.
Burial ,followed in Crosby Lake
Cemetery under the care of Archie
Tanner Funeral Home of Starke.

Jimmie Clark
STARKE Jimmie William
Clark Sr., 63, of Starke died
Thursday, March 10, 2005, at his
residence following an extended
illness.
Born in Bradford County on
Jan. 17, 1942, Mr. Clark was a
lifelong area resident. He was a
retired correctional officer and a
retired.. Florida. Highway
Patrolroan. 'Pe %(as also" a
mecharrnic'-th Gares,'Moltech..
He "as a member of Madison
Street Baptist Church and Lawtey
Masonic Lodge #189.
'. Mr. Clark is survived by: his
wife Linda McRae Clark' of
Starke; four sons, Jimmie W.
"Bo" Clark Jr., Clayton. 0.
"Joby" Clark. Johnnie E. Clark,
all of Starke, and Matthew
"Dane" Clark of Hampton; two
sisters, Mamie Tucker of Brooker -
and Mars Rlves of Gaines ille:
14 grandchildren and three great-
grandchildren.
Funeral services for Mr. Clark -
were March 12, 2005 in Madison
Street Baptist Church with the
Re% Charles Warren and Dr.
Chad Ecerson conducting the
services. Interment was in
Kingsley Lake Cemetery under
the care of Jones Funeral Home
of Starke.


,Joseph Cribbs
STARKE Joseph Washington
Cribbs Jr., 72. of Starke died
suddenly\ on Saturday, March 12,
2005. at North Florida Regional
Medical Center in Gainesville.
Born .on March 24, 1932 in
0Bostwick. Mr. Cribbs moved to
Starke more than 30 years ago
from Jacksonville. He was a
retired brick mason and was of
the Baptist faith.
Mr. Cribbs is survived by: his
wife of 55 years Mary LouCribbs
of Starke; fi'e children, Betty
Ann' Cowart of Starke, Renee
Kinlaw of' Reidsville, N.C.,
Kelly Lnn Johnson of
Tallahassee, James Edward
Cribbs of Jackson ille and
Lonnie Joe Cribbs of Keystone
Heights; ts0o sisters. Mn rile
Creamer of Tocco. Ga. and Linda


Minks of Alto, Ga.; three
brothers, J.D. Cribbs of
Jacksonville, Ark., Corney
Cribbs of Onalaska, Texas and
Wayne Cribbs of Monticello,
Ga.; 16" grandchildren and three
great-grandchildren. He was
preceded in death by two sisters.
Funeral services for Mr.
Cribbs were March 15, 2005 in
the DeWitt C. Jones Chapel with
the Rev. Jimmy Scott conducting
the services. Interment will be at
a later date under the care of
Jones Funeral Home of Starke.

Dorothy Harper
MARBLE, N.C. Dorothy
Marie Harper, 83, of Marble,
N.C. died Wednesday, March 9,
2005 at Murphy (N.C.) Medical
Center.
Born in Shelby County, Ohio
to the late Robert Roberts and
Margaret Barker Roberts, Mrs.,
Harper lived most of her life in
Starke before moving to Marble
in August of 2004. She was a
homemaker and-. was of the
Baptist faith.
Mrs. Roberts is survived by:
three daughters, Faye Wilkerson
of Marble, Christine
McClenagan of Jacksonville and
Bonnie White of Marble; a son
Eugene Harper of Melrose; a
sister Valda Bushkill of North
Norris, Ill1.; eight grandchildren
and eight great-grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by her
husband Luther Harper.
Funeral services for Mrs.
Harper were March 12, 2005 in
the Chapel of Archie Tanner
Funeral Home with the Rev.
Robert Johnson officiating with
burial in New River Baptist
Church Cemetery..

William Marinkov
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS -
William "Bill" James Marinkov,
63, of Keystone Heights died
suddenly on Saturday, March 12,
2005, at Shands at Starke.
Born in Bethel Township, Pa.
on .Sept. 6, 1941, Mr. Marinkov
-moved to Keystone Heights in
1994 from Orlando. He was a
retired warehouse -manager and
served in the United States Army.
He was of the Baptist faith.
Mr. Marinkov is survived by:
his wife of 12 years Barbara; a
daughter Vickie Searcy of
Jacksonville; two sons, Brian
Marinkov and Mike Marinkov,
both of Keystone Heights; his
mother Mary Marinkov of
,Pennsylvania; two brothers, Bob
Marinkov and John Marinkov
Jr., both of Pennsylvania; three'
sisters, Pat Payne, Darlene
Marinkov and Sandy Pouch, all
of Penns\ 1 ania: eight
grandchildren, .ne .;grat_.-;
grandchild and seen step-
grandchildrenh '
Memorial services for Mr.
Marinkov were March 16, 2005
in the DeWitt C. Jones Chapel in
Keystone Heights with the Rev.
John Newsome conducting the
services. Interment will be at a
later date jn Pennsylvania.

Roy Tillis
GAINESVILLE Roy Mack
Tillis, 96, of Gainesville died
Tuesday, March 15, 2005, in
North Florida Regional Medical
Center following an extended
illness.
Born in Starke on Jan. 2,
1.909, Mr. Tillis moved to
Gainesville in 1928. He was
employed by the Alachua, County
School Board for 34 years where
he started driving a school. bus at
the age of 14. He was a World
War II Army veteran and was a
Mason: Mr. Tillis was of.the
Baptist faith.
Mr. Tillis is survived by: his
wife Ediih; a daughter Mar, .Ann
Riley of Gaines\ ille, a son
Richard 0 Tillis of Lake Butler;
11 grandchildren. 22 great-
grandchildren and five great-
great-grandchildren. He was
preceded in death by his first wife
bessie and his oldest 'son
Malcolm.
Memorial services 'for Mr.
Tillis will be held at 2 p.m; on
Friday, March 18, 2005, in the
Chapel of Milam Funeral and
Cremation Services, 311 S: Main
St in Gainesville. Interment will
follow in Forest Meadows East,
East Havt thorne Rd.
The family will receive friends
between 6 and 8 p.m. on
Thursday. March 17, 2005. at the
same location.


Joanne Shealy
STARKE Joanne M. Keefe
Shealy, 74, of Starke died
Monday, March 14, 2005.
Mrs. Shealy lived in
Jacksonville where she was a
member of Woodstock Park
United Methodist Church in
Jacksonville before moving to
Starke where she attended First
United Methodist Church in
Starke. She was a homemaker.
Mrs. Shealey is survived by:
her husband of more than 55
years Nicholas J. "Nick" Shealy
Sr.; a daughter Patricia "Patty"
McLean; two brothers, Robert
"Bobby" Keefe, and Jack Keefe;
five grandchildren and three
great-grandchildren.
Funeral services for Mrs.
Shealy will be held at 10 a.m. on
Thursday, March 17, 2005, in
Town and Country Funeral Home,
7242 Normandy Blvd. in
Jacksonville. Burial will follow
in Riverside Memorial Park.
Family will receive friends
from 6-8 p.m. on Wednesday,
March. 16, 2005, at the funeral
home.

Edwin Simmons
MELROSE Lf. Col. Edwin
Robinson Simmons, 91, of
Melrose died Friday, March 11,
2005, in Shelby, S.C.
Born in Fayetteville, N.C., Lt.
Col. Simmons retired, from the
U.S. Army where he served in
World War II and the Korean W\ar.
He was a member of the
Independent Order of Odd Fellows
and Eliam Baptist Church in
Melrose
Lt. Col. Simmons is survived
by: three .sons, James Simmons
of Shelby, S.C., Edwin R.
Simmons Jr. of Gainesville and
Frank Alan Simmons of
Jacksonville; and four
grandchildren. He was preceded
in death by his wife of' 60 years
Virginia Johnson Simmons and a
daughter Virginia Page
Simmons.
Funeral services for Lt.: Col.
Simmons were March .15, 2005
in Eliam Baptist Church' \ ith the
Rev. Jimmy Coyle officiating.
Burial followed with full military
honors at Eliam Cemetery under
the care of Moring Funeral Home
of Melrose.
Memorial contributions may
be made to the Florida Baptist
Children's Home, c/o Eliam
Baptist Church, Melrose, FL
32666.

Mark Martin
LAKE BUTLER Mark H.
Martin, 59, of Lake Butler died
Thursday, March 10, 2005, in
Lake Butler from injuries suffered
ir, a vehiclee accident. ':
Born in Alachua County, Mr.
Martin lived most of his life in
High Springs before moving to
Lake .Butler five years ago. He
retired as a lieutenant after 19
years at the Union Correctional
Institution. He served in the U.S.
Army.
Mr. Martin is survived by: his
wife Rosemary Chase Martin of
Lake Butler; a son Kemp Martin
of Lake City; and two.
grandchildren. He was preceded
in death by his parents' Benjamin
R. Martin and Edna B. Davison
Martin and a sister Billie Ray
Fuller.
Funeral services for Mr.
Martin .were March 15, 2005 in
the Chapel of Archer Funeral
Home of Lake Butler with the
Rev. Morris Beck officiating and
the UCI Honor Guard. Cremation
followed.


Kenneth Reardon
MELROSE Kenneth "Ken"
Reardon, 65, of Melrose died
Wednesday, March.2, 2005, at
his residence following a sudden
illness.
Born in Sommerville, Mass.
on Feb. 20, 1940, Mr. Reardon
served in the United States Army
and was of the Catholic faith.,
Mr. Rearson is survived by:
his wife Sandra; and children,
Mary Reardon, Soleen Reardon,
Sherry Orrick, Paul Reardon,
Dewy and DeeDee Cilley and
Tony Palerino.
Memorial services for Mr.
Reardon were March 15, 2005 at
his residence with family and
friends conducting the services.
Interment will be at a' later date
under the care of Jones Funeral
Home of Keystone Heights.

Alice Schwab
TRENTON Alice Schwab, 72,
of Trenton died Tuesday, March
15, 2005 in Trenton.
Born in Brooklyn,. N.Y., Mrs.
Schwab moved to Trenton from
Cleveland, Ohio in 1972. She
was a retired sales person for
American Foods.
Mrs. Schwab is survived by: a
daughter Helene D. Guest of
Lawtey; a son Michael Schwab of
Trenton and a granddaughter
Jessica L. Guest of Lawtey.
Memorial T'ervices for Mrs.
Schwab will be held at 2 p.m. on
Saturday, March 19, 2005 at
Hiers-Baxley Funeral Home in
Chiefland.



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Divorces
granted
in Bradford-
The following marriages
received final dissolution during
the month of February 2005 in
Bradford County.

Miranda M. Hardin vs Eric
G. Hardin
Charles Mitchell Ward vs
Joanne Mildred Ward
James Mote vs Annette
Motle
Charles Rhoden vs Rebeka
Rhoden
Monica Dawn._ Davies--vs
Josh Michael Davies
Amy Joann Bradley vs
Malcolm Charles Bradjey
Loyal Eddie Aldridge vs Lisa
Michelle Aldridge
Christopher Darby Brooks
vs Jenneina E. Brooks.
-William Levon Hankerson
vs Valarie Cox Hankerson
-David J. Bakley vs Mary
Frances A. Bakley
Mel A. Summerlin vs
Jennifer L. Summerlin
Ronald L. Tommie vs
_.. Dianne K.-Tommie --- ---
Connie Frank Padgett vs
Charles Aaron Padgert Jr.

Court finals
Feb. 15
Appearing before Judge
Johnny R. Hobbs Feb. 15 in
Bradford Traffic Misdemeanor
Court, the following defendants
received final disposition in
their cases: ....


delinquency of minor; 12
months Tri County Probation,
- drug and alcohol evaluation, 12
days county jail, fined $306.
Bridgette Marie Hampton
pled no contest disorderly
conduct; fined $297.50.
Cornelius Timothy
McDougle pled no contest
DWLS; 12 months Tri County
Probation, obtain valid license,
fined $297.50.
Edria Ann Mclntire pled no
contest trespass after warning;
fined $297.50.
Change of plea
Jesse S. Adams pled no
Contest DWLS; 123months Tri-


FROM THE COURTHOUSE


County Probation, obtain valid.
license, 90 days county jail,
fined $105.
Darrell Paul Harvey pled no
contest DWLS; six months Tri
County Probation, obtain valid
license, $350 fine.
Earl Antonio Lee pled no
contest DWLS; six months
probation, obtain valid license,
fined $297.50.
Robert Paul Rodgers pled no
contest DWLS; pay court costs
$205 within 90 days.
Eric Tyrone Smith pled no
contest DWLS; 90 days county
jail, fined $205 within 120
days.
John- Burns pled no contest
DWLS; obtain valid license,
six months Tri County
Probation, 24 dAys county jaiL


with 24 days credit, fined $205.
Sonja Childress pled no
contest false 911 calls; 90 days
county jail with 42 days credit.
Brian Cottle pled no contest
DWLS; 20 days county jail
with 14 days credit, probation
reinstated.
Kinney Goodwin pled no
contest violation of probation
issuing worthless check; 20
days county jail with eight-
days credit.
- Ulysses Hill pled no contest
DWLS; six months Tri
County Probation, obtain valid
license, fined $205.
John Liggins pled no contest
disorderly intoxication; -12
months Tri County probation,
drug and alcohol evaluation, 1.2
days county jail_with- 12 days


credit, fined $205.
John Riley pled no contest
attaching tag not assigned;
$205 court costs.
Joseph Webb pled no contest
DWLS; six months Tri
County Probation, fined $205,
25 days county jail with 25
days credit.
Tina Marie Wiggins pled no
contest violation of probation
DWLS; 160 days county jail
with 120 days credit, $154.50
fine

Andre Williams pled no
contest trespass; 12 months Tri
County Probation, drug and
alcohol evaluation, 33 days
county jail with 33 days credit,
fined $205, no contact _.with-
- victim. -


Delbert Bennett pled guilt)
no valid driver's license
(NVDL); six months Tri
County Probation, obtain valid
driver's license, fined $250.
Michael W. Buie pled no
contest issuing worthless
check; 12 months-Tri County
Probation, fined $197.50 plus
restitution.
Juvoyn D. Diggs pled guilty
NVDL; six months Tri County
Probation, obtain valid license,
fined $250. --
John Cummings pled guilty
violation of ..drivers -license -
restrictions; fined $171.25.
Joel Benjamin Eunice pled
no contest' driving while
license suspended or revoked
(DWLS); six months Tri
County Probation, obtain valid
license, $171.25 fine.
Michael Faber pled no
contest issuing worthless
check; 12 months Tri County
Probation, fined $197.50 and
restitution.
Eric Shelton Hunter pled no
contest DWLS; six_.rionthsTri-.
SCounty Probation, obtain valid
license, $171.25 fine.
Michell Lee Midyette pled
not guilty DWLS; dismissed.
Ronald Charles Newman
pled guilty NVDL; six months
Tri County Probation, obtain
valid license, fined-$250.- -
Daniel Reed pled guilty
illegal possession of alcoholic
beverage by minor; 12 months
Tri County Probation, drug and
alcohol evaluation, $197.50
fine and court costs.
Joni Lyna-. Rogers-pled--
guilty violation of driver's
license restrictions; $171.25
fine and court costs_. _
J.amie R. Simons pled 'guilty
possession of cannabis and
drug paraphernalia; 12 months
Tri County Probation, drug and
alcohol evaluation and
treatment if necessary, 50'
hours community service
work, $197.50 fine and court
costs.
Richard A. Smith pled no
contest possessio6-i of drug
paraphernalia; 12 months Tri
County Probation, drug and
alcohol evaluation, 50 hours
community service work,
$197.50 fine and court costs.
Aubrey L. Strong pled
guilty DWLS; six months Tri
County Probation, obtain valid
license, $171.25 fine and court
costs.
Daniel Valladares pled guilty
NVDL; fined $250.
-Noel Ramirez Viveroso pled
no contest NVDL; six months-
Tri County Probation, obtain
valid license, fined $171.25.
S Johnathon J. Walker pled no
contest criminal mischief $200
to $1,000; fined $171.25 and
$264.94 restitution.
Erica Nicole Wright pled no
contest failure to return leased
property: $171.25 fine and
make restitution.
Benjamin David Murphy
pled no contest driving under
the influence: 12 months Tri
County Probation, license
suspended six months, 45 days
county jail, attend Advanced
-DUI school, drug and alcohol
evaluation, urine, blood and
breath testing, Ignition
Interlock Device.

Docket day
"Jason Soloman Barr pled no
contest contributing to


Trial status
conference
Robert J. Lester pled no
contest DUI; 12 months TiT
County Probation, license
suspended six months, 50
hours community service
work, drug and alcohol
evaluation, 45 days county jail,
fined $557.50. -
Phillip 0. Webb pled nrio
contest DUI, unlawful speed:
12 months TrO County
Probation, license suspended
six months, drug and alcohol
evaluation, 50 hours
community service work, fined
$557.50 .


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Section C: Thursday, Marcl 17, 2005 Telegraph Times Monitor


Strawberry golf tournament is set for April 2-3


By BUSTER RAHN
BCT Correspondent


The Starke Golf Club will
host its 39th consecutive
Strawberry Golf Tournament
Saturday and Sunday, April 2-
3, with a field of 80 golfers,
drawn from Northeast Florida.
The first players will tee off
at 8 a.m.
It is expected to be a fine
gplf outing, with a good field
of players, a skins game within
the game and very fine prizes
for the lucky winners. The
course promises to be in the
finest condition ever see inrr
the long-running tournament,
with the greens in prime
condition.
The fairways can use some
warm weather on the Bermuda


to cover some bare spots, but
the two-week interval may do
wonders in filling in the
denuded areas. Club Manager
Paul Illgen has done an
outstanding-job-in- cleaning up


and fixing up the course.
Players of the Starke Golf
course are aware that it is an
excellent layout of testy
fairways and intimidating
water hazards, with the course


record 62 having been shot
three times in its 39-year
history twice by former
professional Bill Adams and
once by club protDavid Elder.
The tournament field % ill be


divided into a championship
ahd four handicap flights, with
winners in each flight winning
a set of Titleist irons, retailing
for $699. Second-place
winners in. each flight will win


a new Titleist driver, a $350
value, and third-place winners
will win a Titleist wedge,
retailing for $99. Titleist

See GOLF, p. 2C


Ruth Powell prepares for
a swing at the Starke
Golf and Country Club..



3 Bradford

girls find

success -in

show ring

By CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer

A pair of Bradford Coumnt
.sisters put on quite a show at
the 2005 Florida State Fair,
where they displayed a: pair of
grand champions and a paif-ro
reserve grand champions in the
Brahman cattle category.
Ashley Waters, a 17-year-old
Bradford High School student,
showed the grand champ bull
and grand champ female. Her
13-,year-old sister, Amber
Waters, a .Bradford Middle
School student, showed the
reserve grand champ bull and
reserve grand champ female."
It was the second year the
sisters had participated in the
Florida State Fair.
"We expected we might get a
.class win, maybe two," Ashley
said. "I never thought, with us
.being sisters, that we would get
grand and reserve with the
heiffers and the bulls."
Ashley also placed second in
senior showmanship, which she
admitted she thought was pretty
good, considering she was in a
group of 75 (Amber was first in
intermediate showmanship at
last year's fair).
Actually, it was a good
showing-for three sisters, -,so to
speak. Vanessa Green, a 17-
year-old Bradford High School
student, showed the senior
division champion heiffer and
bull. Ashley and Amber both
said Green is like a sister to
them.
Green, like both Amber and
Ashley, was participating in her
second Florida ..State Fair.
Ashley said the trio was
nervous at last year's fair just
because of the number of
people in attendance.
"We've gotten more '
comfortable with it since we do
it a lot," Ashley said. "We go to
like 10 shows a year."
That includes not just shows
at the Bradford County Fair, but
throughout the state and in
other states such as Georgia and
Alabama.

See SHOW, p. 6C


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Eight to comp

Miss B-U Strai
,There are a total of eight hopefuls in
the annual Bradford-Union Miss
Bradford-Union Strawberry Pageant.
Three will compete for the title of queen
acd five will compete for the title of
princess.
iThe pageant is set for Saturday, March
19, at 7 p.m. at the Bradford High School
($HS) auditorium on Washington Street
iri Starke.
.Tickets are $5 at the door. Doors will
open at 6:30 p.m.
Queen contestants are:
Sena Marie Bailes, a 2001 high-honor
graduate of BHS, is currently a student at
the University of Florida after
completing her associate's degree at
Santa Fe Community College..
She is the 21-year-old daughter of Rex
Bailes of Emporia, Kan., and Sharon
Nicholson of Starke. She is currently
seeking a criminology degree and plans
toreventually open her own law practice.
.'Megan Giebeig is currently a
sophomore at Lake City Community
College. She graduated as valedictorian
from Union County High School


















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wberry
(UCHS) in 2004.
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1 9 -year-old e a o
daughter of Tim
and Pam Giebeig
of Lake Butler. She
plans to become a
doctor of ,
veteri na ry .
medicine and open .
a large animal
clinic specializing .
in reproduction and "
g e n e t i c
improvement. e
Tiffany Anne
SRowe is a
freshman at Santa Sena Bai
Fe Community
College who
graduated with honors from BHS in
2004.
Rowe is the. 19-year-old daughter of
Neal and Annette Johns of Starke.
Princess contestants are:
Samantha Amber Balkcom is an
eighth grader at Bradford Middle School


les Megan Giebeig Tiffany Rowe


(BMS). She is the 13-year-old daughter
of Thomas and Leslie Balkcom.
Melissa Danielle Dukes is a freshman
at UCHS. She is the 14-year-old daughter
of Michael and Robin Dukes of Lake
Butler.
Karissa Anne Eunice is a freshman at
BHS. She is the 14-year-old daughter of


Melissa Dukes Karissa Eunice


KatelynSims


Colleen Eunice of Starke.
Katelyn Malene Sims is an eighth-
grader at BMS. She is the 14-year-old
daughter of David and Leisa Sims of
Lawtey.
Celeste Wilson is a sophomore at
UCHS. She is the 15-year-old daughter
of Clint and Vicki Wilson of Providence.


Celeste Wilson


GOLF


Continued from p. 1C

equipment is considered
among the best in the sport.
The skins game will .pay an
estimated $70 per skin, based
on last year's experience. The
amount may be more, or less,
depending on the number of
skins won. To level the playing
field, there will be two skins
games,: one for the
championship and low-
handicap flights and another
for the fourth and fifth flights.
Last year's winner of the
Strawberry Tournament was
Tatum Davis with a 75/70,
followed by Starke native
Richard Gaines, posting a
77/72, in the championship
flight. Former pro Bill Adams
will continue to sit out the
tournament because of the
perceived advantage he has in
having spent time on tour. He
has since regained his amateur
status.
There is no I admission
charge to attend the
tournament, walk the" course
and watch the players. In fact,
friends and families are
encouraged to come out and
cheer on the contestants, to see
the improvements to the course
in the past year and talk with
owners about plans for the
future.
Starke Golf and Country
Club is a privately owned,
public golf course with
working-class green fees and
cart rentals. The improvements
made in the past year: are only
a beginning and a harbinger of
things to come, including an
additional nine holes in the
foreseeable future.
Membership is available at
reasonable costs for those
interested in playing on a
regular basis.
Applications are available at
the clubhouse. Call 904-964-
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SMI Joist at work on Wal-Mart


By MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Staff Writer

Employees at SMI Joist in
Starke are currently hard at
work fabricating the support
structures for the three acres
worth of building that will
house the area's first Wal-Mart
Supercenter.
When the store opens later
this year, customers will simply
have to look up to see the yards
and yards of exposed steel
beams that were manufactured
locally.
But local workers aren't only
involved with local projects.
According to Plant
Superintendent Dewayne
Tyson, SMI Joist and its parent
company, Commercial Metals
Company, are Wal-Mart's sole
source for the steel joists and
girders that comprise its
buildings in the United States,
and some overseas buildings as
well, including supercenters and
Sam's Clubs. That makes Wal-
Mart the plant's largest national,
client, an account they've had
for a number of years.


"Most people in this
community think we make steel
out here," Tyson said. ".We
don't make steel. Steel is our
biggest inventory. We've got a
little over 6,000 tons of raw
material now. But what we
take is angle and round barand
we process it and we turn it into
joists, which are roof supports.
Girders are the primary
members. They span from
column to column, and then the
joists bear on them at the panel
points. That's what makes up a
building."
Wal-Mart is an account the
manufacturer worked hard to
get and works hard to keep. It
all comes down to customer
service, Tyson said.
"They give customer service
and they want customer service,
and we feel like we service
them pretty well," he said.
They must be ,doing
something right, as they also
hold the national accounts for
Costco and Auto Zone, and
their agreement with Home
Depot was just extended for an
additional year. But given the
number of new stores opened
each year, Tyson said between
65 and 70 percent of the work
they do is for Wal-Mart.
NSMI is' -responsible for
pumping more than $7 million
worth of annual revenue into
,Bradford, County,/ including
salaries, taxes, etc.,/ The Starke
supercenter project alone is
worth more than/$250,000 to
SMI Joist, but even that is just a
fraction of the plant's, total
'annual sales.
SMI is scheduled to deliver
the final product for the
supercenter on April 6 and 7.
"We're proud to be building
something that's going to be an
icon and -have such an
economic impact on the
community, because we support
our community," Tyson said,
mentioning the plant's


volunteer work and charitable
contributions. They've also
racked up more than a few
awards for their annual entries
in the Starke Christmas Parade.
"One thing we've always
tried to show is that we're not
only a family here, we're a
family in our community, to our
neighbors and friends," said
Tyson, himself a Bradford
County native.
SMI management and the
employees are perhaps most
proud of their safety record.
Safety, Tyson said, is number
one. Of the 245 employees at
SMI, more than 200 of whom
are hands-on in the
manufacturing process,
accidents are few and very fart
between. Tyson said the plant
is near two million man-hours
without an accident, which
makes it number one in safety


in the industry.
He said workers' 'can-do
attitudes have also made the
plant one of the most efficient
in the country.
"It's fun for me to come into
work, to know that I've got a
fine group of people to work
with, and they take care of
business," Tyson said.
The four other SMI Joist
locations are found in Arkansas,
Iowa, Nevada and South
Carolina. Commercial Metals
Company, which dates back to
1915, owns more than 100
plants around the country that
do : everything from
manufacture steel to processing
scrap metal,
. Reach Mark Crawford at
gov@bctelegraph.com or 904-
964-6305.


A large man himself, SMI Joist Plant Superintendent
Dewayne Tyson is dwarfed by some of the supports
the plant is manufacturing for the Wal-Mart
Supercenter.


call the Acorn Clinic near
Brooker at 352-485-113'3.
The program is sponsored by


AM:MMMaithlMMAWW h


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Bobby Richardson operates the equipment that low-'
ers the completed joists into 9,000 gallons of primer.


Angela Harris is just one of the many women work-
ing alongside the men on the manufacturing side of
SMI Joist.

tribute Gift All donations to theTribu
Gift Program are charitab
rOg amn helpS ributions and are ta
S r deductible. If you would like i
OatientS donate, send a check with nam
and address of the donor clear]
A small rural hospital ik indicated. Make the check
always in need of more funding payable to Shands at Stark
n it has and Shands at Starke Indicate if theodonation is being
, no exception, The Tribute made in memory of or in hon
ift Program allows anyone in of someone. Indicate if th
the community to help meet the donation should be made to th
ens of a large number o Lillian Stump Endowmei
patients who use the hospital.
Funds donated through the Fund., Send the check to th
Tribute Gift Program are used Shands at Stark Auxiliar
tb supplement other funding to Tribute Gift Program, 922 E
l urchase- needed equipment, Call Street, Starke, FL, 32091.
expand the number of
communityy outreach" Cred d
programs (providing re lt
educationall programs related to c us .eln
health care) and defray costs of COunseling
medical care for people who are o f r .
unable to pay. n OW Offered
The Tribute Gift Program Area residents are now abl
an be made in memory of or in to take advantage c
onor of a loved one or professional budget and cred
expected friend. It can be made counseling in Starke.
o recognize any special Consumer Credit Counselin
occasion, as a get well wish for Service, which has served th
L patient, etc. mid-Florida area for 15 years, i
Shands at Starke will notify' a nonprofit credit counseling
{he person or organization of agency providing counseling
tour choice about, .your debt repayment plans an.
donation. Just indicate that you financial literacy education
vant this done and provide the The agency provide
address. counseling at the North Florid
There aretwo ,... ; a vifR t.r,: Regional ihanibr 0
made. One is to earmark it to Comimerce on Call Street i;
e used in the area a'f .fl.i Stafke on two days each month
need. The other is to ,I'triiif.. i, Ap,''rlin ', will b
for the Lillian 'iut,;.p i~ ,:..iij, e (ii Hle second an
Endowment Fund. I-irth Wednc.sday of eac
Stump is a longtime member month, The next dates ar
)f the Shands at Sit,.. -hospital We!:.- ,,.;, March 23 and
auxiliary who has volunteered a April 13. Counseling
lot of time and money to ben, r appointments may be scheduled
he patients. She donated a [yv timtllI;Iine the agency a
substantial amount to act w. the 90.1-*I4(-1444' or 800-245
basis for the endowment fund ,;;:, Coiunteling is available


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by phone 24 hours a day foi
those who do not prefer one-on
one counseling in the office.
Consumer Credit Counseling
Service is a member of United
Way -, and the National
Foundation for Credil
Counseling (NFCC). The
agency is HUD certified and is
accredited by the Council on
Accreditation of Services foi
Families and Children.

Experience
Works serves

older workers
r Are you 55 years of age or
over and living on a fixed
income? Are you looking f'or
employment opportunities? If
so, Experience Works (formerly
Green Thumb) is here to' help
you.
YA national nonprofit
organization, Experience
Works is best known as
America's oldest and largest
.provider of "mature" worker
employment and 'training
services. America's population
is aging and mature workers are
in demand.
Bradford County residents
can take advantage of this free
opportunity to. assist them in
gaining competitive job skills
and in locating employment. To
complete a pre-application,
contact the Putnam County.
Worksource office at. 386-329-
3724.
For more information
concerning the Experience
Works program, contact Lillian
Kemp (on Tuesdays,
Wednesday or Thursdays) at
386-329-3724, ext. 2818, br,
Eileen Hendrix (Monday
through Friday) at 904-247-
5779.
You can also fill out an


r application at the Bradford
- Career Center in Starke, at the
Vo-Tech on Weldon Street-
Brownlee Road (CR-229), 904-
1 964-8092.

t Free women s
SAcorn health
services
offered
Women between the ages of
'50 and 64 who are uninsured
and who have a low income
level are eligible to
participate in the Believe in
Miracles program and receive a
free mammogram and PAP
smear. For more information., or
to scheduile'an appointment.


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Department


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sent to everyone in Florida.
That message is "call before
you dig." There is a Florida law
that requires anyone doing any
digging anywhere in the state to
first call Sunshine State One
Call at .1-800-432-4770. The
company's goal is to prevent
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Power
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Permanently disabled people
and senior citizens who live at
home may be eligible for power
(electric) wheelchairs at no cost
to them. The wheelchairs are
provided to those who cannot
walk and cannot self-propel a
manual wheelchair. To find out
if you or a loved one meets the
guidelines of this program, call
1-800-451-0971. No deposit is
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When: Monday, March 21
Time: Noon
Where: Terry's Huntin' and Fishin'
708 N. Temple Ave., Starke ,


NFRCC chairperson Linda Tatum takes
time for a photo opportunity at the air
show.


Main Street manager Kim,
Skidmore takes a moment tol
review the program with
Carol Berry.


Val Rahmari and Nick Onn entertained
the chamber membership at the
Keystone Airpark.


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:~ Mayor Carolyn Spooner was present for
Dr. Joelle Simon's ribbon cutting
opening her new medical offices in Starke.


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Its new store will be open soon.


Nickelrama Game Room
celebrates its membership
with a ribbon cutting.


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Ashley Waters showed both the grand champion bull and female at the Florida State


SHOW
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Amber and Ashley have
grown up surrounded by cattle.
Their father, Harold Waters Jr.,
breeds the animals and he


Fair.
encouraged, them to participate
in the shows, Amber said.
Green, who had always been
surrounded by animals,, too,
said she was encouraged to
participate in shows by Amber
and Ashley.:
"When they started showing,


they asked if I would like to
show," Green said. "I did. It's
fun and I really like it."
It's fun now, but Green
admitted her first show did not
go well. Her animal lay down in
the ring, it drug her around the
ring and it mashed her into the


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BASEBALL

Jolley

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KHHS in win


By CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Trae Jolley drove in the
winning run for the Keystone
Heights baseball team in the
eighth inning of a 5-4 win over
visiting Middleburg on March
14.
Keystone (5-3 prior to March
15) loaded the bases prior to
Jolley's game winner. Tyler
Richardson drew a walk and
Wil Breton bunted safely. Each
runner advanced on Blake
Lott's sacrifice before Michael
Comeau was intentionally
walked.
Lott and Breton each hit a
double for the Indians, who
played District 4-3 opponent
Interlachen on Tuesday.
Keystone head coach Alan
Mattox said Lott "threw a gem"
of a game, but the decision
went tn reliever Anthony
Giurate (1-0).
The win followed a week in
which the Indians went 1-2.
On Tuesday, March 8,
Keystone was defeated 10-2 by
Orange Park Ridgeview.
Mattox said his team made
some uncharacteristic mistakes
im that fsame and "just left too
many guys on base."
Getting on base was a
problem for the Indians in a 3-0
loss to district opponent Fort
White on March 10 in
Keystone, ,
Fort White pitcher Dust\
Parrish allowed just four hits
and two walks, while striking
out seven.
All three Fort. White runs
occurred in the fourth inning, in
which only one ball left the
infield. The Indians failed to
make a play on a pop-up bunt
that could've been a double
play, Mattox said.
Keystone would bounce back
from those two losses with a 7-
0 win over visiting Buchholz on
March 1.1.
Comeau (2-0) pitched a
complete game, allowing four
hits. He also had two doubles at
the plate to help his cause,
while Loft also had two hits.
The defense behind Comeau
was solid, as well, turning a key
double play at one point,


Mattox said.
Keystone will host district
opponent Bradford on Friday,
March 18, then travel to Lake


Butler to play district opponent
Union County on Tuesday,
March 22. Both games are
scheduled for 7 p.m.


VFW sets yard YMCA meets


sale March 18
The Starke Veterans of
Foreign Wars Post 1016. will'
hold its annual yard sale
fundraiser on Friday. March 18.
from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.
The sale will be held rain or
shine with items indoors and
outdoors at the post home just'
on the corner of Center and
North Bay; streets in Starke
(behind Memory Lane
Scrapbooking on US-301).


March 24
The Bradford County YICA
Founders Committee will meet
Thursday. March 24. at 6 p.m.
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show ring.
"I wasn't really su:F( of what I
was doing and she lWas really
scared with the louji noises,"
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working with an anirhal in such
a setting, the girls liad to' get
used to being in filont of an
audience. That was rjot difficult
for Amber. I
"I don't do that l ad around
people," she said. '"You just
take ,our mind off tl.re audience
and pay attention to .our cow.
It wasn't that har' 'for me,
really."
Being surroundpei by the
friends the girls hiive made
since they started pc rticipating
in the shows also hell s.
"With them there it makes
you a lot more comfortable and
.you're not as nervotis," Amber
said.
Said Ashley: "There aren't
that many of us ,i/ho show
Brahmans. We're all t!o close."
Being around the fBrahmans
is not intimidating it any way
for either of the girls. I'When you
:grow up around- thi: animals,
you get used to them.,.
"We all like beiig around
them," Ashley said. "They're
like dogs. Really, tEey're like
pets."
Said Green: "Whenever they
lay down, we. can go0 sit in
between them and they'll la\
their heads in our lap'.. We can
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other southern states the\ ha, e
not been to yet.
They can only compete so
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Ashley have two more years in
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rub their heads until they go to
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The girls have their sights set
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Champion at the fair..
Brittany Schenk showed a goat at the Alachua County
Youth Fair that earned the.Grand Champion Award in
the Market Goat Division and first place in the
showmanship contest. She is the daughter of Dave and
Tori Schenck and a member of the Waldo Lucky 4-H
Club. Her grandparents are Don and Bobbi Schenck of
Waldo and Elbert and. Betsy Hersey of Theressa.


SOFTBALL


Keystone

shuts out

Bradford 5-0


By CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph, Staff Writer
| I I- I .. r l i i _


Mlary Anne McCall thrwiv a
complete-game shutout in the
Keystone Heights softball
tean's 5-0 District 4-3A win
ovMr visiting Bradford on
M4rch,8."
McCall allowed two hits and
strkick out eight. She was :also'
2-for-3 as a batter, driving in
one of Keystone's runs.
Ashley Sieimke led off the
first inning for Keystone with a
triple, then scored on an error.
.The second inning began the.
saine as the first as Nikki
B ter led off with a triple. She
scored on McCall's single.
i(ase) Fagan hit a two-run
single in the third, scoring
KgrlIn Reddish and Dani Suit,
w4o each dre'% a %alk.
,Autumn Lindsey scored the
In'dians' last run in the fourth
inning.
keystone got six hits off
Bradford pitcher Cassie Sparks
( -1), who struck oti" six
b tters.


Indians fail

t,6 hit in lOSS

tb Santa Fe

By CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer

One night after watching one
o1[ their teammates throw a no-
h'ter, the members of the
Keystone Heights softball team
w tched an opposing pitcher do
the same to them in a 4-0 loss to
District 4-3A opponent Santa
F1 on March 11 in Keystone.
*Santa Fe pitcher Devyn
F Fndley threw her second
st aight no-hitter and struck out
1 batters to hand Keystone (8-
1 3-1 in District 4 prior to
rch 15) its first loss.
IThe Indians also committed
fi le errors. Santa Fe took
advantage of one of those, as
w ll as two walks and two base
hi s to score two unearned runs
in the second inning.
NSanta Fe's Ashley Owens hit
a 1to-run homer in the seventh
inning to cap the scoring.
'The Indians, who played
dPtrict opponent Union County
of. Tuesday, play two
cdnsecutile district-games on
thp road-against Santa Fe on
Thursday, March 17, and
against Bradford on Friday,
March 18. Both games are
scheduled for 7 p.m.
On Monday, March 21, the
Irdians travel to Live Oak to
,


play Suwannee at 5:30 p.m.
Keystone then travels to play
district opponent lintterlachen on
Tuesday, March 22, at 7 p.m.

Earlier result:

KHHS 3 B. Snyder 0
Kasey. Fagan pitched a no-
hitter as the Indians blanked
visiting Bishop Snyder on
March 10.
-sFagan,,.cho 'improved her
rdc&tS -3.-0, ,fd. nine
stiikeouts" .
Keystone took advantage of
two errors to score twice in the
second inning. Fagan singled
and was replaced by courtesy
runner Autumn Lindsey, who
stole second. Lindse\ then
scored on an error, which also
allowed Cherish Beck to reach
safely. Beck later scored on an
error herself.
In the fifth, Karlyn Reddish
had ah RBI, driving in Kerrie
BroadwaN. ,


BHS falls 1-0

to visiting

Crusaders


By CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer

It was quite a battle between
the teams' pitchers, but it was
,.Bishop Kenny's Megan
Naughton who got the \win as
the visiting Crusaders defeated
Kase, Barrett and Bradford 1 -0
on March II. ,
Each pitcher struck out 12
batters and gave up just three
hits, but Naughton also helped
her cause by hitting a double in
the fourth inning that drove in
the game's lone run.
Ashley Lee. Bradford's lead-
off hitter, reached base in the
fist inning when she singled,
but a double play turned by
Bishop Kennyon a pop-up bunt
killed the potential scoring
opportunity.
In the seventh inning,
Courtney Cummings led off
with a single, but the Crusaders
later pulled off another double
play.
Bradford head coach Jeremy
McFadyen said Barrett (4-3)
pitched well enough to win and
for her efforts last week, she
was named.the team's defensive
player of the week. She went 1-
1 last week, pitching 12 innings
and allowing four hits. She
struck out 23 batters.
Lee and Amanda Reed were
co-offensive players of the
week. Each player went 4-for-9
in three games. Lee had a triple,
three RBI and a stolen base,
while Reed had two RBI and
four stolen bases. Each player
scored three runs last week.
Bradford was 5-4 prior to
playing Buchholz on Tuesday.
The Tornadoes travel to play
Gainesville on Thursday, March
17, before -hosting district


I BASEBALL


BHS takes

district game

against UC

By CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer

Bradford scored five runs
with two outs in the second
inning and got a solid
performance from starting
pitcher Evan Denmark in a 7-4
win over visiting Union County
in a District 4.-3A baseball
matchup on March 14 in Starke.
The host Tornadoes (4-4
prior to March 15) improved to
3-1 in the district. Union
County fell toa 1-2 in the district
and is 6-3 overall.
Union pitcher Brandon Davis
retired the first five batters he
faced, with the sixth, Jonathan
Duncan, behind 0-2 in the
count. Duncan fouled off two
consecutive pitches, then took
two balls before ripping a line-
drive up the middle for a single.
Hard-hit ;balls by John
Sanford, Denmark, Ryan
O'Neal, Cole Rhoden and Drew
Jackson, along with some shaky
fielding by the Tigers, followed
and the Tornadoes were up 5-0.'
Denmark's hit was a two-run
single that scored Duncan and
Sanford.
The Tigers, trailing 7-1, put
themselves in good position to
climb back into the game in the
sixth inning. Austin Emery
reached on an error, Wade
McDowell drew a walk and
Micheal Johnson singled to load
the bases with no outs. Miles
Leslie"s sacrifice fly brought
Emery home before Davis
singled to score McDowell


opponent Keystone Heights on
Friday, March 18. Both games
are scheduled for 7 p.m.
On Tuesday, March 22, the
Tornadoes travel to play district
opponent Fort White, also at 7
p.m.

Earlier result:

BHS 24 Union Co. 0
Lee drove in three runs and
Bradford batters accounted for a
total of 1 8. hitI-in-a,24-0 'five-
inning win o'er District 4-3A'
opponent Union County on


Michael Cochran drew a
,walk, loading the bases again
with just one out. Bradford,
however, was able to record a
double play on a ground ball by
David Love with the help of an
interference call against the
Tigers.
Denmark pitched five-and-
one-third innings, giving up
four hits and two walks, while
striking out seven. Zach Prevatt
recorded the save.
At the plate, Sanford was 2-
for-3 and Jackson was 2-for-4.
Each batter had a double, with
Sanford's driving in a run in the
third inning.
Davis was 2-for-3 for the
Tigers, while Johnson was 2-
for-4. Austin Emery scored two
runs.
Bradford played Ridgeview
on Tuesday and will travel to
play district opponent Keystone
Heights on Friday, March 18, at
7 p.m. The Tornadoes then host
district opponent Fort White on
Monday, March 21, at 7 p.m. .
On Tuesday, March 22,
Bradford hosts Clay at 6 p m.
Union travels to play
Hawthorne on Thursday, March
17, then hosts district opponent
Interlachen on Friday, March
18. Both games-are scheduled
for 7 p.m.
"Or Monday, March 21, the
Tigers host Baker County at 7
p.m., then they travel to play
Kei stone oh-Tuesday, March
2, at 7 p.m.


BHS tops,

2004 champ

Santa Fe

By CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer

Drew Jackson turned in' yet


March 10 in Lake Butler.
Roxann Jackson, who %was 3-
for-4. and Amanda Reed. who
\\as 2-for-4 with a double, each
had two RBI. Jessica McClellan
was 3-for-4.
Lee, who had a triple, Barrett,
Amber Crawford and Lauren
O'Neal were each 2-for-3.
Allynne Norman was 2-for-2.
Crawford-and Norman each had
a double.
Barrett, who struck out 11
batters, almost* threw a perfect
game until she'g'ate up a single
n the fifth inning. It was the
onl] hit she allowed.


another dominating
performance on the mound, but
it was a complete team c.',rt
that helped the Bradford
baseball team defeat defending
District 4-3A champion Santa
Fe 8-2 on March 11 in Alachua.
Eight different players had
base hits and seven different
players scored runs for the
Tornadoes. Jonathan Duncan,
Zach Prevatt, Cole Rhoden,
John Sanford and Rusty Wood
all had base hits in a five-run
seventh inning.
"It was a good game for our
kids," Bradford head coach
Shane McFadyen said. "They
played hard and made plays
when it mattered."
Jackson (3-0) allowed three
hits and no earned runs in a
complete-game performance
that also saw him strike out
eight batters. For the season,
Jackson has an ERA of .26 with
just one earned run in four
games.
It was Jackson who gave the
Tornadoes the lead for good.
The score was tied at 1-
all-Lance Griffis had an RBI
single for the Tornadoes in the
first inning--when Jackson hit
a two-run homer. It was his
third home run of the season.

Earlier result:

Baker Co. 8 BHS 3,
A six-run fifth inning took
the lead away from. the
Tornadoes and resulted in an 8-
3 loss to Baker County on
March 9 in Glen St. Mary.
Bradford was up 3-2 when
the host Wildcats took
advantage of two errors,
consecutive base hits and a
couple of walks to take the lead
and cap the scoring.,
Griffis was 2-for-4 with an
RBI for the Tornadoes, while
Wood had a double.'



Tigers rally

to defeat

Fort White


By CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer

David Love took advantage
of two wild pitches to score the
winning run in the Union
County baseball .team's 7-6
victory over District 4-3A
opponent Fort White on March
S11 in Fort White:


The score was tied at 6-all
going into the seventh.inning.
Love drew a walk to reach base,
then moved to second on a
sacrifice by Corey Howell. Two
wild pitches by Fort White
followed, allowing Love to
move to third and eventually
score.
Miles Leslie, who was 2-for-
3 with a double and two RBI,
sparked a Tigers' rally earlier in
the game when he hit a home
run in the fifth inning that
pulled his team within 4-3.
The Tigers then scored three
runs in the sixth. Micheal
Johnson, who was 2-for-4, hit
an RBI single, followed by
back-to-back RBI doubles by
Leslie and Brandon Davis.
Davis, who finished the game
2-for-4 with two doubles and
two RBI, earned the win,
pitching the final two innings.

Earlier result:

UCHS 16 Dixie Co. 1
Union County finally started
a game with a leaden route to a
16-1 win over Dixie County on
March 8 in Cross City.
Johnson was 3-for-4 with, two
RBI for the Tigers, while Davis
was 3-for-5 with'an RBI and
Leslie was 2-for-4 with four
RBI. Leslie and Davis hit back-
to-back home runs in the game,
with Leslie's driving in three
runs.
Clint Hartley (1-0) pitched a
complete game, allowing two
hits and striking out 13.



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to host BC
Pop Warner
registration
Registration for the Bradford
County Pop Warner Jaguars
will be held this Saturday,
March 19, 1.1 a.m.-l p.m., at the
Dollar General store in Starke.
For more information, please
contact Joe Gordon or Rodney
Mosley at (904) 368-0273.


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something we see, like a
rainbow, or feel, like the
heat of a fire. Happiness is
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IT A K/FIEL I \jump--Evette Roberts 13' 1.5",.
TIRACK/FIELDt I Huggins 12'0.5"; sho'tr
put-Holli Dellenger 19';
Tiger boys discus-Dellenger 47'.

earn 13 top- Earlier results:


10 finishes


By CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer


By JOHN WHITFIELD staying just out of of'
Contributing Outdoors Editor Strube's grabbing 2.Jk :
C t O Erange. The chase
A turkey wearing Nike tennis shoes? Or went on for almost a
was it track shoes? Or simply one of the best quarter of a. mile, *i:;;.
barefoot runs for the money in the woods? with tlte two of them
Ask Bruce .Strube. local hunter, fisherman cutting their own fire .
and member of The Sportsman's, Club. I lane through the ., :..-
have heard Strube tell his version of this brush. o'- -, b
story a dozen times and I still get him to tell At this point, both
it whenever we are around' someone new. Strube and the turkey (L-R) Lans Hardi
Although Strube was alone on this hunt, I are about to mutually turkey. Hardin h
can easily visualize what happened. die anyway -- a -m
Strube is a very large man almost six, simu ta ne ou s
feet, six inches tall and more-than 200 m e I t d. o w '
.pounds (I'm not allowed to get too specific collapse, like on
here)- and a real outdoorsman. He is skilled wide world of
in anything outdoors and has the best vision wrestling.
'of any hunter I have -ever met. 20-15 or Fortunatel., -
better, in both eyes. In fact, in my opinion, 'just as they were
Strube and a wild turkey may be just about both. running
equal in vision at 100 yards. Now, if Strube completely out
could just run a little faster. of gas, Strube
On this particular hunt, Strube relates that somehow had
he heard a bird in the distance and he quickly just enough left
set up a few palmetto fronds backing up to a in his tank to -
large tree and commenced his effort to call finally grab the
the bird in. bird. Then,
Now, Strube is an excellent caller and he Strube said, both
'soon had that big ole Tom strutting and of them just gave
cutting and drumming his' way over to out. He said, I i
Strube's location. just sat there for
As the bird got into range, it became more 20. minutes.,
cautious and wary, since it couldn't locate: tr" ng to get
the hen it shad heard over in the bushes some air." ,.
(Strube.)Just a fe6% more steps and the bird Now', I would' .
would be in a clearing, about 25 yards out. A have paid a 100
perfect spot. Patience. Waiting.. More dollar bill to '. *
waiting. A soft cluck. have seen this
.Showtime show live. ,
ShStrube won, but
The Tom just couldn't stand it any longer Strube won, bu
and it strutted right out into the opening and e't was a race
started up his best John Travolta dance he he'll never
puffed out all his glossy feathers, swelled up forget.
like a helium balloon and began dipping his OK, turkey Charlie Davis witl
wings, turning, cutting, drumming and hunters... if you
spitting. He was putting on one fine show. are out there this
Afterldingeatihis!showing. offe.the -bird, di H
dropped his feathers and stretched out his morning and you
head and neck for a long, curious look. Pow. hear a big ole
Strube got him with a 12-gauge pump:. gobbler coming
The bird rolled over and the show was your way, be
over. Or, shall we say, Act I was over. sure to take a
Noticing that the bird wasn't moving, real good look at
- Strube jumped up and ran over to collect his his tennis shoes.
harvest. However, in his excitement, he had Check out his
left his shotgun at the tree and'guess what? feet real good
That bird wasn't done. with your binocs
Get ready, get set and if you can
read the words
Apparently just temporarily knocked out, .'Nike" "Ar
the bird jumped up at just about the time that Jordan" or
Strube leaned over to grab the legs. Adidas," you
Kazoom that bird took off like the might want to
proverbial spalded cat with a jump start that callht for back u
would make any Olympian drool. before shooting.
Strube did a quick glance back at the gun But don't call
and made one of those life or death Strube. He said
instantaneous decisions go after the bird. he'd call us when Bruce Strube and C
Now! he gets out of the fav
No, the bird wasn't 100 percent. He was he gets out oth fa
about 25 percent. Apparently Strube's hospital with his .
double lung transplant! Congratulations.
pattern had taken out the wings and slowed Bruce. A race well run. Good hunting' and
the bird down considerably, to warp one. fishing .
But. the race was on. Contact John hitfield with our hunting
The turkey was running as fast as it could or fishing story at hun shwriteraol.co,.
go with Strub right bhin it and the bird You can turn photos in at the offices of the


TRACK/FIELD

5 place in

top 2 for KH

at Clay meet

By CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph. Staff Writer

Rachel Crane won one event
and the Keystone Heights girls'
and boys' track and field teams
combined for four second-place
finishes at the Clay County
Championships on March 14 in
Middleburg.
Crane won the high jump at
4'8". She was also a member of
the 4x800m relay. team, which
placed second, the team also
consisted of Kat) Triest,
Miranda Tavlor and Liz.
Wheeler.
Angie Mengelson earned a
fourth-place finish for Keystone
in the 300m hurdles with a time
of 57.2 seconds. Triest placed
sixth in the 800m with a time of
3:11.
Wheeler finished seventh
behind Triest in the 800m with
a time of 3:12. Julie Rund had a


pair of seventh-place finishes in
the 1600m (6:32) and the
3200m (15:02).
Jordyn Davis finished 10"l in
the 3200m with a time of 16:03.
St. Johns Country Day was
the team champion with 148
points.
On the boys' side, Keystone
got second-place finishes from
Sean-Gillespie in, the high jump
(5'4"), Warren Tiller) in the
3200m (11:01) and Michael
Williams in the 100m (11.5).
Williams also earned a third-.
place finish in the 200m (24. 1).
Clay earned 145 points to
place first as a team.
Prior to the meet, the
Keystone teams competed in a
meet at Cla) High School on
March 10, with the boys' team
claiming wins in three events.
Those winners were Gillespie
in the high jump (5'6"), Tillery
in the 3200m (11:30) and
Williams in the 200m (23.6).
Tillery was second in the
1600m (5:13) and Williams was
second in the 100m (11.4).
Crane won the high jump
(4'8") for the girls' team and
Wheeler won the 400m (1:16).
The 4x800m relay team (12:06)
and Mngelson in the 300m
hurdles (56.41) earned second-
place finishes.
Rund earned a pair of third-


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yourself. Do not lose courage in considering your own
imperfections, but instantly start remedying them-every day
begin the task anew.
-St. Francis de Sales


n and Alan Bischoff with Hardin's first
as become a yery good caller with the
outh-diaphragm-type call.


h a cold weather bass he caught in
January.


C.J. Spiller won the 100m
dash and the Union County
boys' track and field team also
earned two second-place
finishes at the Santa Fe Raider
Invitational on March 12 in
Alachua.
Spiller had a time of 10.5
seconds to claim the 100m,
while also anchoring the
4xl00m relay team, which had'
a time of 43.84 seconds. The
rest of the team w'as comprised
of Jarin Moorefield, Byron
Jenkins and Rodencia Austin.
Francis Highland was runner-
up in the shot put ith .a
distance of 45'l"-a personal
record .(PR). Highland also
recorded a PR of 134'6" in the
discus to 'place third in that
event.
Brandon Shoup earned a
fourth-place finish in the 400m
with a time of 2:09.
The Tigers captured top-10
finishes in two other events.
Austin was ninth in the long
jump (19'1.5") and Nloorefield
was 10th in the 100m (11.45.
PR).
Mathis Jackson also
competed for the Tigers,
finishing the 100m in a time of
11.62 seconds.
Union's girls' team had six
top-10 finishes, led by Amika
Davis, who, captured fourth in
the 100m hurdles with a time of
18.94 seconds. She also placed
sixth in the long jump with a
distance of 14'8.75".
Whitney Worthington took
seventh in the 400m with a time,
of 1:05.88, while Kerrie Lynch/
was seventh in the 800m with a-
time of 2:48. Davis was eighth
in the 200m with a time of'
28.31 seconds and Lynch was'
ninth in the 1600m with a time
of 6:18.
Shanice Huggins earned a PR
in the 200m (30.04) and Farron
Richardson earned one in the
1600m (8:00).
Other girls' results were: long


Boys earn 7 top-10 -
finishes at Oak Hall
Spiller just missed out on
winning the 100m and he and
Highland combined for three
top-three finishes at the Oak
Hall Invitational in Gaines tille--
on March 8.
Gainesville's Ernell Cook.
edged out: Spiller in .the 100m..
with a time of 10.93 seconds. .
Spiller finished the race in;
10.96 seconds.
Spiller took third in the 200m.,-
with a time of 22.99 seconds. .
Highland also earned a third-.;-.-,
place finish in the discus with a:
throw of 125'3.5". In the shot -.
put. Highland was fifth with a.Li.-.:
distance of 42'5". ..
In all, the Tigers earned
seven top-10 finishes. Their
4xl00m relay, team of -'
Moorefield, Jenkins, Jackson.
and Spiller was fifth with a time"
of 44.84 seconds,-
Shoup was eighth in the :'
800m (2:12.27) and Austin was
10"' in the long jump (20' 1.5.). ,.-'!
. Other boys' results:-.-i'
100m-Moorefield. 11.71;. :
Jenkins 12.05: 200m-Shoup-
25.0; 1600m-Rob Lukatz-
5:50.85; discus-Jenkins 92'0".
The Tigers compiled a score -
of 29 to place seventh out of 12 '
teams.
On the girls' side. Daisv- -
earned two top-10 finishes. She.`
was sixth in the triple jump with .:
a distance of 31'10" and .
seventh in the long jump with a.:'
distance of 15'0".
The 4x 100m relay team.
earned an eighth-place finish'.q
with a time of 55.68 seconds. 2
The team was comprised of
Huggins, Roberts, Worthington
and Davis.
Oti'er girls' results::7-1
I 00m-Roberts 15.18;,_8
200m-Davis 29.36, Huggins 1i
30.99; 400m-Worthington
1:09. 800-Lynch 2:53.59;; .-
1600m-Lynch 6:15.24.""
Richardson 8:13.14; long---
jump-Roberts 13'4.5",
Huggins I I' 10"; shot.
put-Dellenger 16'9";.__,
discus-Dellenger 44'7".
Richardson's 1600m time
was aPR.
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(6:39) and 3200m (14:58),
while Wheeler took third in the
800m (3:19). -
Fourth-place finishers for
Keystone were: Davis in the
3200m (16:04), Taylor in the
1600m (6:581. Triest in the


800m (3:22) and Tamika Bright
in the 200m (37.9). Davis also
earned a fifth-place finish in the
1600m (7:10i.
The Indians will next
compete in the Clay High
School In' itational on
Thursday. NMarch 24.


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.TENNIS

Keystone

girls improve

to 4-0


By CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer

Keystone Heights remained
perfect on the season, defeating
:lay 7-0 in a girls' tennis match
.n March 9 in Green Cove
Springs.
Number-one seed Kristina
SJackson won 8-2, second seed
"assandra Bruey won 8-4, third
t..eed Jennifer Taylor won 8-2,
fourth seed Lauren Stobbie won
8-3 ,and fifth seed Valerie
Eddins won 8-0.
In doubles, the number-one
team of Jackson and Taylor
won 8-2 and the number-two
teari of Bruey and Stobbie won
5-4 (Clay retired).
The Indians improved to 4-0,
and to 3-0 in District 5-2A, on
the season. They have defeated
each opponent 7-0 with the
exception of Bradford, who
they defeated 6-1 on March 8..
Against Bradford, wins in
,singles play came from Jackson
(8-4), Taylor (9-8 (7-1), Stobbie
:i(8-6) and Eddins (8-0). The
-doubles teams of Jackson-
: Taylor and Bruey-Stobbie won
by scores of 8-2 and 8-3,
respect i elh
Keystone played Fleming
:,Island on Tuesday and will
travel to play Middleburg.on
Thursday, March 17, at 3 p.m..-
On Tuesday, March 22, the
Indians travel to play Palatka at
3 p.m., then travel to play Santa.
ie on Wednesday, March 23, at
13:30p.m.

BHS boys

are-3-2 in
district play


By CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer

The Bradford boys' tennis
team won its third straight
match, defeating host. and
district opponent. Middleburg
6-I on March 10.
Bradford,.-which improved to-
'3-2 in the district and to 4-4
overall.. won the first four
singles spots with players Brad
Melvin iS-2 inji. Mitch
Dubolsk. (8-0.1. Matt Whstsell
(8-1) and Daniel Brown (8-3).
Eli Hampton just missed out on
mak'&g it a clean sweep. losing
8-5.. '
Tlie doubles teams of
Mel i n-Wh \ tsell and
ub.lsky-Brown won their
Satlbes 8-1 and 8-3,
respectively.
Bradford dropped two
-trai.ht matches before the
:urrent three-match win streak.


Melvin had the only win, 9-7, in
a 6-1 loss to Ridgeview on
March 1. -
In a 5-2 loss to Columbia'on
March 4, the only wins came
from the doubles teams of
Melvin-Whytsell and
Dubolsky-Brown, who won by
scores of 8-4 and 9-8,
respectively.
The Tornadoes bounced back
from those losses, defeating
district opponent Santa Fe 6-1
on March 7 in Starke.
Every singles player won his
match for Bradford: Melvin 9-
7, Dubolsky 8-2, Whytsell 9-7,
Zack Wilson 8-3 and Jeremy
Berky 8-6.
Bradford earned one win, 9-8
(7-3), in doubles play.
' On March 8, the Tornadoes
traveled to play district
opponent Keystone, defeating
the host Indians 4-3.
Melvin and Dubolsky each
recorded 8-2 wins in singles
play. Melvin and Whytsell
teamed up for an 8-4 win in
doubles, while .Dubolsky and
Hamilton combined for an 8-6
win.
The Tornadoes played Clay
on Tuesday and will travel to
Fleming Island on Thursday,
March 17, at 3:30 p.m.
On Wednesday, March 23,
Bradford hosts Union County at
3:30 p.m.

Girls winlessin March
The month of March has not
been good for the; Bradford
girls' team. which recently
suffered a 4-3 loss to
Middleburg on March 10.
Ashley:Rehberg and Amanda
Torode each .won singles
matches b\ scores of 9-7 and 8-
6, respect ely, for Bradford.
The doubles team of Rehberg
and Brittany Cooper won 8-2.
It was the fifth straight loss
for the Tornadoes (2-7 prior to
March 15). On March 1, they
suffered a 4-3 loss to
Ridgeiew. Rehberg and Abby
Stephens had wins of 8-2 and 8-
6. respectively, in singles play.
while the doubles team of
Stephens and Torode won 8-6.
Bradford was swept 7-0 by
Columbia on March 4 before
losing 5-2 to Santa Fe on March
7. The two wins against Santa
Fe came from Rehberg. 8-4. t
and the doubles team of
Stephens and Torode, 9-8 (7-4).
Rehberg provided the only
%in, 8-4 in a 6-1 loss to
unbeaten Keystone Heights on
NMarch 8.
- Bradfor.d .Laye.d, Clay, Q.o
Tuesday and will host district
opponent Fleming Island on l
Thursday, March 17, at 3 p.m.
On Wednesday. March 23.d
the Tornadoes host Union
County at 3:30 p.m. N
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are my highest inspirations. /
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WEIGHTLIFTING I


UC is fifth at Bradford

Suwannee streak co


Invitational


By CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer


In a tough field of both A and
2A schools, the Union County
boys' weightlifting team placed
fifth out of 12 teams at the.
Suwannee High School
Invitational on March 11.
Union, a Class A team,
finished behind"two Class A
teams-host Suwannee and
defending state champ
Blountstown-and two Class
2A schools.
' Travis Harrell (119-ppund.
class) and John Adam Waters
(169-pound class) were the high
finishers for the Tigers as each
placed third. Kevin Alexander
was fifth in the 219-pound
class.
Five lifters placed sixth in
their respective classes: Mark
Riherd (119), Donnie Clyatt
(129), Garrett Ellington (139),
Kasey Nobles (219) and Jeremy
Brown (238). Clyatt broke the
UCHS record in the clean and
jerk at 185 pounds.
Prior to the Suwannee
Invitational, the Tigers won a,
meet they hosted w ith Oak Hall
and the. Often Center on March
9.
Union, which had a total of
13 first- and second-place
finishers, won the meet with 58
points. Oak Hall had 19 points
and Loften had eight.
The meet featured mainly,
ninth- and 10'-grade lifters for
the Tigers. Eight Tigers won
their weight classes: Michael
Perry 119) 105-100-205, Rick I
Allen (129) 115-85-200, Brett
Southwell (139) 160-140-300.
Charles Rushing (154) 190-
170-360. C.J. Spiler (183) 235-
165-400, Brendan Odom (199)
250-240-490, Chris Hammerle
(219) 205-155-360 and Steven
Gibson (238) 280-230-510.
Finishing as runners-up for
the Tigers were: Josh
McKinney (139) 155-130-285,
Scott Robettson (1 541 190-135-
325, Zach Blunk 1691 205-
115-320. Zach Dowling 1199)
220-165-385 and Matt Williams
hea2ywj'jght.n05 16. 370. .
Uni'TrIaveled to Orange
Park for a meet against
Ridgesiew on Wednesday and4
%ill travel to Interlachen for its
district meet on Tuesda\.
March 22. at I I a.m. The top
bur lifters from each class at
hat meet %will qualify for the
ectional meet, which the
Tigers will host on Wednesday,
April 6, at 9:30 a.m. The top
our lifters at that meet will
advance to the state finals.


The Tigers will also compete
n a junior varsity meet at
nterlachen High School on
Thursday, March 17. at 2 p.m.


mes


to an end


By CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer.

Bradford's boys'
weightlifting team, after going
undefeated each of the last four
seasons, finally suffered a loss
in a tri-meet with Orange Park
and Ridgeview last week. -
The Tornadoes had three.
lifters win their classes and five
finish as runners-up. giving the
team a-total of 37 points. That
was good enough to finish
ahead of Ridge iew which had
34 points, but Orange Park won
the meet with 39 points.
Bradford's winners were
Richard Mikell, William Splitt
and Levy Green. Mikell had a
245-pound bench press and a
205-pound clean and jerk for a'
450-pound total, Splitt a 275-
pound bench press and a ,215-
pound clean and jerk for q 490-
p6und total and Green a 355-
pound bench press and a 250-
pound clean and jerk for a 605-
pound total. -
Earning second-place finishes
for Bradford were: Jeremv
Agan 100-110-210. Josh Oliver
150-155-305, Rsan Robinson
210-150-360, Ben Carter 260-
205-465 and Corey Williams
265-210-475, .
Mark Wininger earned a'
third-place finish, while Garrett
DeLance, Kyle Mercer. Wesley
Mann and Kenny Warren were
each fourth.
Prior to the meet with Orange
Park and Ridgeview, the
Tornadoes defeated both
Hawthorne and the Loften
Center in a meet on March 2.
The Tornadoes had seven
lifers win their respective
weight classes and compiled 50
points. Hawthorne was runner-
up with 39 points, while Loften
had one point.
Winning lifters for Bradford
were: Agan 105-105-210,
Oliver 155-155-315, Mikell
250-200-450, Splitt 260-205-
465, Green 350-245-595, Mann
235-135-370 and Eric Palmer
315-225-540.


The Tornadoes also had four
lifters finish as runners-up:
Jesse Rochelle 205-165-37Q,
Carter 250-200-450, Williams
250-200-450 and Warren 260-
215-475.
. Wininger and Mercer each
placed third.
Bradford hosted a meet with
Clay on Wednesday and will
travel to Keystone Heights
Wednesday, March 23, for a*
subsectional qualifying meet. -
Competition will begin. at
approximately 3 p.m.


9 place first

or second

for Keystone

By CLIFF SMELLEY,
Telegraph Staff Writer- -

Jack Taylor and Adam Bailey
won their weight classes and
seven other members of the
Keystone Heights boys'
weightlifting team placed
second in a 50-39 loss to Fort
White on March 9.
Taylor won the 199-pound
class with a 235-pound bench
press and a 225-pound clean
and jerk for a 460-pound. total..
Bailey won the 238-pound class
with a 275-pound bench press
and a 235-pound clean and jerk


11


for a 510-pound total.
Earning runner-up finishes
for Keystone were: Jesse
Vasquez (129-pound class)
180-pound bench press, 190-
pound clean, and jerk, 370-
pound total; Joel Morgan (139)
190-170-360; Randy .Davids
(154) 190-190-380; Tony
Hamner (169) 240-210-450;
Mark 'Johnson (183) 270-245-
515; Greg Taylor (199) 225-
230-455, Jeremy Thompson
(heavyweight 1 290-205-495.'
.Keystone .-also. had three:
lifters earn third-place finishes:!
Josh McGilvery (129) 155-140--
295, Michael Williams (183):
240-235-475 and Jeramy Lewis
(219) 250-240-490.
Prior to the Fort White meet,:'
-Keystone opened- the season:
with a loss to Interlachen in-
which five lifters placed first orf
second.
Kraig Passanante (219) was-
the only w inner for the Indians.
He- had- a bench press of 365
pounds and a clean and jerk of-
275 pounds for a. 640-pound
total.
Four lifters darried runner-up;
finishes: Vasquez (129) 190-
200-390. Johnson (183) 270-.
245-515. Bailey (238) 265-225-1
490 and Rust\ Riviere.
(heavyweight) 310-230-540.
Morgan (139), Sean
Leverette (154). Brandon
-McGuire (169), Hamner (169),
Williams (183) and Thompson
(heavyweight) each earned
third-place finishes.


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