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        A 7
        A 8
    Section B: Regional News
        B 1
        B 2
        B 3
    Section B: Regional News: Editorial/Opinion
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    Section B: Regional News Continued
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        B 6
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    Section B: Regional News: Classified Ads
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    Section B: Regional News Continued
        B 11
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    Section C: Features and Sports
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USPS 648-200 Three Sections Lake Butler, Florida Thursday, March 31, 2005


92nd Year 51th Issue 50 CENTS


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Good Friday turns out not to be in UC


First Christian
offers Bible
study
First Christian Church of
Lake Butler is pleased to
offer an innovative New
Media Approach to group
Bible study. Beginning
Saturday, April 3, at 6:30
p.m., you are invited. to
experience Christ together
and grow deeper in your
relationship to him. This
program is an effective
follow up to Rick Warren's
"The Purpose Driven Life".
Topics that will be
presented by leading
Christian communicators
include: Beginning in Christ
Together, Connecting in
Christ Together and
Growing in Christ Together.
Join First Christian and take
the next step in living a life
of purpose. For more
information call (386) 496-
3956.

WS Methodist
Church plans
homecoming
You may miss the
Worthington Springs United
Methodist Church's
homecoming celebration if
you forget to set your clock
forward this weekend. The
celebration will begin at
10:45 a.m. and be followed
by dinner,9o,4he. grounds..
The church is located on
SR-121 in Worthington
Springs.

Lulu Baptist
holds Bible
study
The Lulu Baptist Church
will begin a seven week
bible study on Sunday,
April 3. The bible study will
begin at 6 p.m. The study
will focus on the book "The
Purpose Driven Life" by-
Rick Warren. The church is
located on CR-241 of SR-
100 in Lulu. For more
information call (386) 755-
4395.
Blood drive
for crime
victims week
LifeSouth Community
Blood Centers will conduct
a blood drive on Friday,
April 15, from 8:30 a.m.-
5:30 p.m. .The drive will
take place in front of the
State Attorney's office
located at 120 E. University
Ave. in Gainesville. Donors
will receive a free T-shirt
and a pint of Blue Bell ice
crearf. They will also be
entered into a drawing to
win a new Pontiac G6. For
more information call (352)
334-1000.
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.
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.


Note


indicates that a tornado has
been spotted and residents
should seek shelter."
When seeking shelter, it is
recommended that you find a
small room on the lowest floor
of a strong building. You
should stay away from doors
and windows. "Never stay in a
mobile-home," said York. If
you are in your vehicle, n-ever
try to outrun the tornado.
Instead, leave your car and
seek shelter in a building. If
you can't find one, lie down in
a ditch on the side of the road.
York said the schools in the
county performed flawlessly in
this aspect. "The moment I
made the schools aware of the
warning, they did exactly what
they needed to," said York.
Officials at each school
quickly moved students to
areas that are designated
tornado areas for each. "School
officials are to be commended
fro their quick and correct
response to the warning," said
York.
The month of March is
prime season for tornadoes in
Florida. From 1973-2003 more
than 30 tornadoes, measuring
F2 or greater in strength, have

See FRIDAY, p. 2A


By JAMES REDMOND
Times Staff Writer
The Good Friday of 2005
will be remembered as a bad
one in Union County.
On March 25, at
approximately 5:30 a.m., a
strong line of thunderstorms
moved into the area. They
brought with them heavy rain,
wind, lighting and small
amounts of nickel sized hail.
Because of the dangerous
conditions, the National
Weather Service (NWS) in
Jacksonville issued a tornado
watch effective until 1 p.m.
Friday afternoon. At 10:30
a.m., the watch turned into a
warning for Raiford. A funnel
cloud was spotted just north of
the area moving southward. It
lasted for several minutes then
dissipated, never making
landfall.
Doug York, director of the
Union County Office of
Emergency Management
(OEM), said it is important
residents understand the
difference between a watch
and a warning. "A watch
means that the weather
conditions are such that it is
possible for a tornado to
form," said York. "A warning


Questions arise over

Tiger Idol results


By JAMES REDMOND
Times Staff Writer
A close competition -has one
Union County resident
questioning the results of the
recent Tiger Idol competition.
Lynn Stewart, mother of
contestant Jaime Stewart, is
questioning the results of the
competition held March 18. "I
just -think there was a blatant
conflict of interest," said
Stewart. Stewart was referring
to the fact that Renae Allen,,
mother of winner Lauren
Allen, was one of the directors
of the competition.
"Renae Allen should not
have been involved with the
competition," said Stewart. "I
don't think it was fair to all
involved." Stewart also
questioned how judges were
chosen for the competition.
Allei said -while she was a--
director involved in the
production of the competition,
she had nothing to do with its
outcome. "The judges came
from the University of
Florida," said Allen.
Allen said she contacted the
university so that it could
provide the competition with
three judges. "This is a normal
practice with other
competitions as well," said
Allen.
Superintendent Carlton
Faulk confirmed that fact. "We
get judges from the University
of Florida several times a
year," said Faulk. "We do this
so that we have no questions as
to who was chosen as winner."
According to both Faulk and
Allen, Allen called the
university asking for judges for
the competition. "I was sent a
list of six judges," said Allen.
She said the school sent her
names only. "I had no
knowledge of any of the judges
background in music," said
Allen.
Judges for the competition
were Dr. Anthony Offerle,
Deborah Sperlich and Sherwin
Mackintosh. All three are


employed by the University of
Florida in its music
department. All have extensive
backgrounds in the field o.f
music.
Stewart also claimed that
because these judges'
background were mostly in the
operatic area, Lauren had an
unfair advantage. Biographies
for both Offerle and Sperlich
show a background in the area
of opera. Mackintosh's
background shows he has an
extensive background in
theatre.
Allen said- because of the
judges' comments that were
obtained after the competition,
she feels both Offerle and
Sperlich were harder on
Lauren. "They expected more
because they could tell she had
a trained voice," said Allen.
Offerle offered no comment on
the way he judged the
contestants.
Stewart said some in the
Tiger Idol audience claimed
that Lauren Allen had been
coached by some of the judges
of the competition in the past.
Renee Allen admitted that
Lauren had been seen
performing by Sperlich. "But
she has never been coached by
any of the judges," said Allen.
The Union County Times
made several attempts to
contact all three judges. Only
Offerle returned our, requests.
"I have no knowledge of any
improprieties related to the
competition," said Offerle.
Offerle said he had never met
Lauren or her mother prior to
the competition. He also said
he had no knowledge of any of
the other judges having contact
with the winner.
A review of the official
judging sheets shows that
Lauren won by only two-tenths
of a point. The contestants
were judged in three major
categories: talent quality, stage
' presence and appearance.
In the talent quality area,
See IDOL, p. 3A


Allen becomes first Tiger Idol


By JAMES REDMOND
Times Staff Writer
Union County High School
has a new idol in its midst.
On March 17, Lauren Allen-
was named the school's first-
ever Tiger Idol. The program
had five separate shows that
included more than 18
contestants. The contest began
back in November.
With each, successive show,
a few more contestants were
eliminated. On March 18; the


contest came down to four
contestants. The concept was
based on the show American
Idol.
Where the contest differed
from its national counterpart
was that contestants had more
options when performing. Not
only did the contestants have
the option to sing, they could
perform any talent they saw fit.
Some chose to model, while
others found favor with a
dance routine.
The contest helped raise
more than $4,000 dollars for


four groups in the school:'The
science club, drama club, the
Tigerettes and the school's
general fund all benefited from
the performances.
Directors Renae Allen,
Duane Archer and Kelly
Christie all took time out of
their busy schedules to help
contestants get ready for the
show each month. Mike
Fletcher made sure all the
contestants' sound was correct.
Tiffany Chaffin was in charge
See ALLEN, p. 7A


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Above: Union County resident Jim Horler stands stranded on S. W. 111h Lane in
Worthington Springs. Horler, along with several of his other neighbors were trapped on
the one side of the impassible road. High Winds and heavy rain on March 25 brought a lot
of water to Union County in a short amount of time. For more about the inclement weather,
see related story.


Blackwelder reenacts Good Friday


On Friday, March 25, the Blackwelder Freewill Baptist Church's youth group
recreated the events that Jesus himself went through on Good Friday. The group
went from Blackwelder Freewill Baptist Church in Worthington Springs to Sardis
Baptist Church also in Worthington Springs. The recreation was complete with
blood (Karo syrup with red food coloring), Roman soldiers (played by John
Whitehead and Zack Dowling) and a crucifixion. Above, John Patrick, who took on
the role of Jesus, hangs on the cross just after taking his last breath. Patrick fell
many times on his way to be crucified the same way Jesus did. For more pictures
from the event, see inside pages.


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FRIDAY
Continued from p. 1A

made landfall on the Florida
Peninsula. February and April
are Florida's second most
active months.
The weather was so severe
that the OEM was forced to
cancel an exercise it had
planned for that morning. "For
the safety of all concerned, it
was best to postpone the drill,"
said, York'. "We would never
risk the safety of our
emergency personnel just to
practice for an emergency." It
will be rescheduled at a date
yet to be determined.
York said the mock disaster
would have included several
variables that would test the
skills of 'local emergency
responders. The OEM is
required by the state once a
year to conduct such a drill.
"These drills help emergency
personnel use techniques they
would not on a normal basis,"
said York. "This practice
allows them to keep their skills
honed."
Instead of practicing, the
OEM was forced-to deal with a
real situation. After several
reports of downed trees and
localized flooding, the OEM
activated its Emergency
Operations Center (EOC). The
center went -from a level three
normal status to a level two
activation status.
The activation meant that the
agency was closely monitoring
the weather as well as events
occurring in the county. The
agency has three levels of
readiness. Level three is its
everyday status, while a level
one activation is where the
agency was several times
during last year's hurricane
season.
The weather event left
several roads underwater. The
Union County Road
Department (UCRD)
scrambled to block off the,
roads so drivers would not get
caught in rushing waters.
"We've had several roads
we've been forced to close,"
said UCRD department head
Shelton Arnold.
On Saturday, the bhd
weather continued. At
approximately 9:30 a.m. Union
County Sheriff's Office
(UCSO) Deputy Terry
tranford reported seeing hail
| n the southern part of the
county. "It was the size of a
quarter and getting bigger,"
said Cranford.. Sheriff Jerry
Whitehead reported hail at his
home as well. "We had hail
that was approximately the
size of a pebble," said
Whitehead.
At approximately 10 a.m.
the rain began once again in
Lake Butler. Heavy rains filled
drainage ditches to capacity.
J The NWS once again issued a
tornado watch for the area. The
inclement weather forced the
cancellation of several
activities throughout the area.
For the period of March 22-
27, Union County officially
received 3.7 inches of rainfall.
Some area residents have
reported receiving more than
five inches of rainfall. "Most
of those amounts were
accumulated on Friday and
Saturday," said York.
While the rain damped many
activities, there was one bright
spot to all the precipitation. All
the wetness has been a huge
help to area firefighters. Many
areas of the county have large
amounts of dry brush from last
year's hurricane season.
Florida Division of Forestry
(DOF) officials were
concerned that all the dry
brush might make the area's
brush fire season more
dangerous. "The rain that was
received is much appreciated,"
said Annaleasa Winter,


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wildfire mitigation specialist
for DOF.
While any amount of rainfall
received during brush fire
season is good, Winter said the
DOF must be vigilant when it
comes to suppressing brush
fires. "One windy day can take
all the moisture out of dry
brush," said Winter.
"Trash burning can be a
particular problem," said
Winter. "People think because
we have had so much rain it's
safe to burn their trash."
. Winter pointed out that was
not the case. "These dead
materials do not absorb any
moisture and dry quickly,
particularly on windy days,"
said Winter.
Rain is in the forecast for the
area once again this weekend.


James Redmond can be
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Senator
Nelson's reps

in WS
Representatives for
United States Senator Bill
Nelson will hold office
hours in Worthington
Springs Monday, April 4
from 6 p.m. until 8 p.m. The
Worthington Springs Fire
Department is where
representatives will meet
with residents from all of
Union County. The fire
station is located on SR-121
in Worthington Springs. For
more information call (904)
346-4500.



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..





LEGALS

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND
FOR UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO: 63-2003-CA-0081
U.S BANK NATIONAL
ASSOCIATION, AS TRUSTEE
Plaintiff,
vs.
VERLON GENE TANNER;
CATHERINE BRYANT;
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF VERLON
GENE TANNER; UNKNOWN
SPOUSE OF CATHERINE
BRYANT; UNKNOWN TENANT I;
UNKNOWN TENANT II, and any
unknown heirs, devisees, grantees,
creditors, and other unknown persons
or unknown spouses claiming by,
through and under any of the above-
named Defendants,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
SALE
NOTICE is hereby given that the
undersigned Clerk of the Circuit
Court of-Union County, Florida, will
on the 14th day of April, 2005, at 11:00
o'clock A.M at the In the Front Lobby
at the Union County Courthouse,
Lake Butler Florida, at 11:00 A.M.
offer for sale and sell at public outcry
to the highest and best bidder for
cash, the following described
property situate in Union County,
Florida:
Parcel 1: parcel of land lying in
Section 23, Township 5 South, Range
20 East Union County, Florida; said
parcel being more particularly
described as allows: Commence at
a found 1/2 inbh rod located at the
intersection of the West line of the NE
1/4 of SW 1/4 and the Northeriy R/W
line of the Atlantic Coast Line
Railroad and run North 59 degrees,
49 minutes, 15 seconds East, as a
basis of bearings, along the Northerly


R/W line of said railroad tor a
distance of 1014.52 feet to a set 1/2
inch iron rod for the Point of
Beginning. From Point of Beginning
thus described run North 04 degrees,
13 minutes, 00 seconds West for a
distance of 36.94 feet to a set 1/2 inch
iron rod located on the North R/W
line of NE 116th Street; thence
continue Nodrh '04 degrees, 13
minutes, 00 seconds West for a
distance of 167.17 feet to a set 1/2
Inch Iron rod; thence run North 59
degrees, 49 minutes, 15 seconds
East parallel with the'North R/W line
of Atlantic Coast Line Railroad, for a
distance of 237.37 feet to a set 1/2
inch iron rod; thence run South 04
degrees, 13 minutes, 00 seconds
East for a distance of 166.73 feet to a
set 1/2 inch iron rod; thence continue
South 04 degrees, 13 minutes, 00
seconds East for a distance of 37.38
feet to a set 1/2 inch iron rod located
on the Northerly R/W line of Atlantic
Coast Line Railroad; thence run
South 59 degrees, 49 minutes,15
seconds West along said Northerly
R/W line for a distance of 237.37 feet
to the Point of Beginning.
Parcel 2: A parcel of land lying in
Section 23, Township 5 South, Range
20 East, Union County, Florida; said
parcel being more particularly
described as follows: Commence at
a found 1/2" iron rod located at the
intersection of the West line of the NE
1/4 of the SW 1/4 and the Northerly
R/W line of Atlantic Coast Line
Railroad and run North 59 degrees 49
minutes 15 seconds East, as a basis
of bearings, along the Northerly R/W
line of said railroad for a distance of
1014.52 feet to set 1/2" iron rod;
thence run North 04 degrees 13
minutes 00.seconds West for a
distance of 36.94 feet to a set 1/2" iron
rod located on the North R/W line of
NE 116th Street; thence continue
North 04 degrees 13 minutes 00
seconds West for a distance of
167.17 feet to a set 1/2" iron rod for
the Point of Beginning. From the Point
of Beginning thus described continue
North 04 degrees 13 minutes 00
seconds West for a distance of 45.00
feet to a set '1/2" iron rod; thence run
North 70 degrees 21 minutes 01
seconds East for a distance of 221.40
feet to a set 1/2" iron rod; thence run
South 59 degrees 49 minutes 15
seconds West for a distance of
237.37 feet to the Point of Beginning.
Together with a 2000 Redman
Double Wide Mobile Home bearing
VIN #S 11437570A and 11437570B.
pursuant to the Final Judgment
entered in a case pending in said
Court, the style of which is indicated
above.
WITNESS my hand and official seal
of said Court this 18th day of March,
2005.
In accordance with the Americans
with Disabilities Act, persons with
disabilities needing a special,
accommodation to participate in this
proceeding should contact Court
Administration at the Union County
Courthouse, Lake Butler, Florida
32054, Telephone (904) 496-3711, not
later than seven (7) days prior to the
proceeding. If hearing impaired,
(TDD) 1-800-955-8771 Or Voice (V)
1-800-955-8770, via Florida Relay
Service.
Regina H. Parrish
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
By: Julia Croft
Deputy Clerff
ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF
Frank A. Reder
Butler & Hosch, P.A.
3185 S. Conway Rd., Ste. E
Orlando, Florida 32812
408-381-5200


3/24 2tchg. 3/31
BEFORE THE STATE OF FLORIDA
COMMISSION ON ETHICS
Complaint No. 04-231
In re ANN BEVILAQUA,
Respondent
PUBLIC REPORT
Based on the preliminary
investigation of this complaint and on
the recommendation of the
Commission's Advocate, the
Commission on Ethics find that there
is no probable cause to believe that
the Respondent, as a member of the
. Town Council of Worthington-
Springs, violated Section 1.12.313(6),
Florida Statutes, by-proposing to the
Town Council that they adopt an
ordinance allowing beer and wine to
be sold on Sundays, as alleged in this
complaint.
Accordingly, this complaint is
dismissed with the issuance of this
public report.
ORDERED by the State of Florida
Commission on Ethics meeting in
executive session on March 5,2005.
Dated March 15,2005.
Joel K. Gustafson
Chair, Florida Commission on Ethics
3/24 2tchg. 331
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
8TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND
FOR UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL DIVISION
CASE NO.: 63-2005-CA-0022
CHASE HOME FINANCE, LLC
SUCCESSOR BY MERGER TO
CHASE MANHATTAN
MORTGAGE CORPORATION,
Plaintiff,
vs.
DAVID L. HOLLIS, et al,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: UNKNOWN HEIRS,
BENEFICIARIES, DEVISEES,
ASSIGNEES, LIENORS,
CREDITORS, TRUSTEES AND
ALL OTHERS WHO MAY CLAIM
AN INTEREST IN THE ESTATE OF
IMOGENE R. SHAFFER,
DECEASED
(Residence Unknown)
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action
for Foreclosure of Mortgage on the
following described property:
Schedule A
A parcel of land containing a total
area of 10.7 acres, more or less,
ying, being and situate in Section 34,
township 5 South, Range 18 East,
Union County, Florida, more
particularly described as follows:
Commence at the Northwest comer
of the Southwest 1/4 of Northwest 1/4
of said Section 34, and run North 88
degrees 53 minutes 32 seconds East,
along the North line of said Southwest
1/4 of Northwest 1/4 of Section 34, a
distance of 661.52 feet to the POINT
OF BEGINNING of the hereinafter
described parcel of land:
Thence continue running North 88

degrees 53 minutes 32 Seconds East,
continuing along said North line of
Southwest 1/4 of Northwest 1/4 of
Section 34, a distance of 688.22 feet;
thence run South 00 degrees 35
minutes 09 seconds East, a distance
of 603.76 feet; thence run South 88
degrees 01 minute 12 seconds West,
a distance of 156.82 feet; thence run
South 00 degrees 35 minutes 09
seconds East, a distance of 750.38
feet to the intersection with the North
prescptive right-.f-vay l ofut
conty maintainedd gadadd road;
thence run South 85 degrees 35
minutes 22 seconds West, along said
North prescriptive right-of-way line of
a county maintained graded road, a
distance of 60.13 feet; thence run
North 00 degrees 35 minutes 09


seconds West, a distance ot 752.93
feet; thence run South 88 degrees 01
minutes 12 seconds West, a distance
of 471.57 feet; thence run North 00
degrees 35 minutes 09 seconds
West, a distance of 614.24 feet to the
POINT OF BEGINNING.
Subject to a 60 foot easement for
ingress, egress, 'and public utilities,
over and across a portion thereof
being more particularly described as
follows:
Commenced at the aforesaid
Northwest corner of the Southwest
1'4 of Northwest 1/4 of Section 34,
and run North 88 degrees 53 minutes
32 seconds East, along the aforesaid
North line of the Southwest 1/4 of
Northwest 1/4 of Section 34, a
distance of 661.82 feet; thence run
South 00 degrees 35 minutes 09
seconds East a distance of 554.22
feet to the POINT OF BEGINNING of
the hereinafter described 60 foot
easement; thence run North 88
degrees 01 minute 12 seconds East a
distance of 688.40 feet; thence run
South 00 degrees 35 minutes 09
seconds East, a distance of 60.02
feet; thdence run South 88 degrees 01
minute 12 seconds West, a distance
of 156.82 feet; thence run South 00
degrees 35 minutes 09 seconds East,
a distance of 750.38 feet to the
intersection with the aforesaid North
prescriptive right-of-way line of a
county maintained graded road;
thence run South 85 degrees 35
minutes 22 seconds West, along said
North prescriptive right-of-way line of
a county maintained graded road, a
distance of 60.13 feet; thence run
North 00 degrees 35 minutes 09
seconds West, a distance of 752.93
feet; thence run South 88 degrees 01'
minute 12 seconds West a distance
of 471.57 feet; thence run North 00
degrees 35 minutes 09 seconds West
a distance of 60.02 feet to the POINT
OF BEGINNING.
has been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of your
written defenses, if any, to it, on
Marshal C. Watson, P.A., Attorney
for Plaintiff whose address is 1800
NW 49th STREET, SUITE 120, FT.
LAUDERDALE, FL 33309 on or-
before April 30, 2005, a date which is
within thirty (30) days after the first
publication of this Notice and file the
original with the Clerk of this Court
either before service on Plaintiff's
attomey or immediately thereafter;
otherwise a default will be entered
against you for the relief demanded in
the complaint.
In accordance with the Americans
with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA),
disabled persons who, because of
their disabilities, need special
accommodation to participate in this
proceeding should contact the ADA
Coordinator at 55 W. Main Street,
Room 103, Lake Butler, FL 32054 or
Telephone Voice/TDD (904) 496-
3711 prior to such proceeding
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
this Court this 22nd day of March,
2005.
Regina Parrish
As Clerk of the Court
SBy: Julia Croft
As Deputy Clerk
3/24 2ichg. 3/31
NOTICE OF PUBLIC
HEARINGS
TO AMEND THE OFFICIAL
ZONING ATLAS OF THE CITY OF
,J.LK BUM T.F SNCI
EVELOPMENf REGULATIONS
By the-Lake Butler City Commissiohi
serving as the Plannirng& Zoning
Board and the Local Planning Agency
of the City of Lake Butler, Florida,
Notice is hereby given that pursuant
to its Ordinance No. 92-3 as


amended and Florida Statutes,
Section 163.3161 through 163,3215,
comments, objections and
recommendations regarding
proposed amendments to the City's
Comprehensive Plan and Land
Development Regulations will be
heard at Public Hearings on Monday,
April 11,2005 at 5:15 p.m. or as soon
thereafter as the matters can be
heard. These hearings will be
conducted in the Commission
Chambers at City Hall, 125 E. Main
Street, Lake Butler, Fla. The following
will be presented and considered:
1,) LDR 05-02; an application by
TerraVest Group, LLC, represented
by Pamela Howard, and Paula Webb,
to amend the Official Zoning Atlas of
the City's Land Development
Regulations by changing the zoning
district from RESIDENTIAL SINGLE
FAMILY 1 (RSF-1)- to
COMMERCIAL GENERAL (CG) on
the property described as follows:
A parcel of land lying in Section 30,
Township 5 South, Range 20 East,
Lake Butler, Union County, Florida.
Beginning at the SE comer of Section
30 and run South 87 degrees W 296
feet, proceed North 505 feet North,
then 87 degrees East for 296 feet and
South 504 feet to the point of
beginning, containing approximately
2.967 acres, more or less.
2.) CPA 05-02; an application by
TerraVest Group, LLC, represented
by Pamela Howard and Paula Webb,
to amend the Future Land User Plan
Map of the City's Comprehensive
Plan by changing the land use
classification from RESIDENTIAL
LOW DENSITY to COMMERCIAL
on the property described as follows:
A parcel of land lying in Section 30,
Township 5 South, Range 20 East,
Lake Butler, Union County, Florida.
Beginning at the SE comer of Section
30 and run South 87 degrees W 296
feet, proceed North 505 feet North,
then 87 degrees East for 296 feet and
South 504 feet to the point of
beginning, containing approximately
2.967 acres, more or less. -,
At these hearings, all interested
parties may appear and be heard with
respect to the proposed amendment
to the Official Zoning Atlas of the
City's Land Development
Regulations and the Future Land Use
Plan Map of the City's
Comprehensive Plan. A copy of the
applications to amend (LDR 05-02.'
and CPA 05-02) are available for
inspection at the office of the Land
Dev: Administrator at City Hall, 125
E. Main St., Lake Butler, Fla., during
regular business hours. All persons -
are advised that if they decide to
appeal any decision made at the
above hearings, they will need a
record of the proceedings and may
need a verbatim record of the
proceedings, which record will
contain the testimony and evidence
upon which such appeal shall be
based.
3/31 ltchg.
LEGAL NOTICE
The Suwannee River Economic
Council, Inc. will be accepting
prequalification applications for
Community Care for the Elderly and
Alzheimer's Disease Initiative
SPrograms for the following counties:
Bradford, Dixie, Gilchrist, Lafayette,
Levy, Putnam, Suwannee and Union.
Interested parties may request an
'a~ppffeafion pdsfage by' writing to
Suwannee River Economic Council,
Inc., Post Office Box 70, Live Oak,
Florida 32064, or fax to (386) 362-
4078. Deadline for submission is 4:30
p.m. April 15, 2005.
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Continued from p. 1A
Lauren received 7.0 out of a
possible 10 point score. Jaime
only received a 7.8. Out of a
possible five in, the stage
presence category Jaime
received a 4.2, while Lauren
only received a 3.8. Jaime won
the appearance category as
well. Out of a possible five she
received a 4.4 while Lauren
received a 4.2.
The sheets also include
comments from the judges.
While the comments are on the
sheet, it does not tell which
judge offered them. Jaime's
comments stated she had a
.strong voice, but needed to
work on singing with the
microphone. They also stated
one judge thought she had
problems with pitch.
Lauren's comments stated
that she had a nice voice, but
needed to be more specific
with her motions. They also
stated that she needed to work
on focus and clarity in tone.
They also recognized that her
voice was trained to a degree.
All four finalists received
their judges' comments after
the competition. "The judges
wanted the performers to know
what areas they think they
should work on," said Allen.
Faulk has reviewed all the
judging sheets and said he sees
no problem with the results. "I
do not feel anything
inappropriate has occurred,"
said Faulk. He said he was
very proud of all the students
who took part in the
competition and hoped these
allegations would not tarnish
the reputation of the show. He
also said no further action or
investigation in the matter will
be pursued by the school
system.
James Redmond can be
reached at (386) 496-2261 or
jamesredmondl @yahoo.com


UC schools to
present 'The
Wizard of Oz'
The Theater and Dance
Department will present the
musical version of the The
Wizard of Oz on Thursday,
Friday and Saturday, April 14,
15, 16, at 7:30 p.m. with a
matinee on Sunday, April 17,
at 3 p.m. The play is under the
direction of Duane Archer,
Kelly Christie and Larae
Parrish.
Archer and Parrish presented
the play nine years ago, which
was the first production of the
Lake Butler Elementary School
and it has not been performed
since.
All three schools of the
Union County Public School
System are involved in this
production. The high school
students are playing the main
characters in the show, with
middle and elementary school
age children playing the
munchkins, winged monkeys
and citizens of Emerald City.
Archer has updated the show
with using some songs
selections from The Wiz but
has, also left the most
recognized pieces such as "Over
the Rainbow" and "Ding Dong
the Witch is Dead."
Junior Jennifer Lake takes
the role as Dorothy, with
senior Lauren Allen playing
her counterpart and villain the
Wicked Witch of the West.
Senior Jaime Stewart will be
playing a new character
developed by Archer the Good
. Witch of the South in which
Dorothy meets first in
Munchkin Land. Senior
Matthew Horlor plays the part
of the Tin Man, along with
sophomores Elliot Willis and
Kaleb Cyatt playing the roles
of the Scarecrow and Cowardly
Lion.
Sophomore Chelsea Ricks
plays the part of Glinda the
Good Witch of the North
whose character is a little ditzy.
Brandon Saunders, also a
sophomore, plays the Great and
Powerful Wizard of Oz.
The show is presented in two


acts with a 10-minute
intermission. Tickets are $5 at
the door.

Daughters of
the American
Revolution
meet April 4
The Colonel Samuel Elbert
Chapter of the National Society
Daughters of the American
Revolution will meet Monday,
April 4, at 10:15 a.m. at the
Western Steer Steak House in
Starke.
After the meeting, those who
wish to will stay and enjoy
lunch and a time of fellowship.
All women whose ancestors
aided in achieving American
Independence are cordially
invited to attend. Come learn
about the National Society of
Daughters of the American
Revolution and its historical,
educational, and patriotic
activities.
For further information,
please contact Susan Lucas at
(352) 478-2151., or visit

www.rootsweb.com/~flcsecd/.


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
Thursday, April 7, from 10
a.m. until 11:30 a.m. The
group will meet at Hospice
headquarters located at 618
SW FL Gateway Drive in
Lake City. To register or for
more information contact
Teresa James at (386) 752-
9191 or 1-800-759-6357.


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to right are: 1st row: Rachel Cason, Ashley Clemons, Lashae Mitchell and
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FFA annual sale a success

On March 23-25 the Lake Butler FFA held its annual
plant and chick sale. The event raises money for the
chapter, primarily to fund its annual banquet. The
group raised more than $5,000 during the event. They
sold more than 1,500 chicks and more than 400
chicken and rice dinners.

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Above: Loren Willis, Jill Peacock, Andrea Andrews,
Whitney Worthington and Erica Dupree ready some of
the more than 400 chicken and rice dinners the
chapter sold on March 24.


Local attorney Rusty Wade (center) gets some advice
on plant selection from Cailey Thomas (left) and Cory
Howell (right).


Hall Perryman (left) shows off what chick she plans
to take home, while Cory Howell (right) keeps plants
at the sale watered.
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patients with diabetes or high
blood pressure. The free
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that will allow the patient to
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Annie Sheldon, 2003 Union
County High School high
honors graduate, was recently
notified that she is the recipient
of a full academic scholarship
to the University of North
Florida (UNF).
Currently a student at Lake
City Community College
(LCCC), Sheldon plans to
major in nutrition at UNF.
Sheldon was the only student
from LCCC awarded this
scholarship. She is the daughter
of Beverly and Lee Whitlock of
Lake Butler.


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
SedUcational '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-
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one's duty to drown it by
one's conversation.
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On March 5, members of the Union County High School Spanish Club traveled to
Bolles High School in Jacksonville to participate in a Spanish skills competition.
Above are the students who competed and how they placed. From left to right are:
1st row: Karl Pittman, first place in reading, third place in writing. Stephanie
Blakely, first place in reading and speaking. 2nd row: Ronnie McReynolds Jr.,
second place in reading and third place in writing. Eric Rathman, second place in
reading, third place in writing. Ron Angel, first place in reading, second place in
writing.


Historical
Society will
hold meeting
The Union County
Historical Society.will meet
on Monday, April 25, 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.


NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
TO AMEND THE OFFICIAL ZONING ATLAS OF THE CITY OF LAKE BUTLER
LAND DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS
By the Lake Butler City Commission serving as the Planning & Zoning Board and the
Local Planning Agency.of the City of Lake Butler, Florida, Notice is hereby given that
pursuant to its Ordinance No. 92-3 as amended and Florida Statutes, Section 163.3161
through 163.3215, comments, objections and recommendations regarding the Land
Development Regulations will be heard at Public Hearings on Monday, April. 11, 2005 at
5:15 p.m. or as soon thereafter as the matters can be heard. The hearings will be conducted
in the Commission Chambers.at, City Hal!,J25E..Ma n,MS.tte.et, Lake Butler,..Fl. The
following will be presented and considered:
1.) LDR 05-02; an application by TerraVest Group, LLC, represented by Pamela
Howard and Paula Webb, to amend the Official Zoning Atlas of the City s Land
Development Regulations by changing the zoning district from RESIDENTIAL
SINGLE FAMILY I (RSF-1) to COMMERCIAL GENERAL (CG) on the
property described as follows:

A parcel of land lying in Section 30, Township 5 South, Range 20 East, Lake
Butler, Union County, Florida. Beginning at the SE comer of Section 30 and
run South 87 degrees W 296 feet, proceed North 505 feet North, then 87 degrees
East for 296 feet and South 504 feet to the point of beginning, containing
approximately 2.967 acres, more or less.


At this hearing, all int ested parties may appear and be heard with respect to the
proposed amendment to the Official Zoning Atlas of the! City s Land Development
Regulations. A copy of the application to amend (LDR 05-02) is available for inspection at
the office of the Land Dev. Administrator at City Hall, 125 E. Main St., Lake Butler, Fl.,
during regular business hours. All persons are advised that if they decide to appeal any
decision made at the above hearing, they will need a record of the proceedings and may
need a verbatim record of the proceedings, which record will contain the testimony and
evidence upon which such appeal shall be based.


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Above: Robble Crawford of Georgia Southern Specialists
works on some of the finishing touches to Sunrise Food
Mart. Sunrise has made several changes including new
gas pumps.


Sunrise gets facelift


By JAMES REDMOND
Times Staff Writer
There are a lot of people
seeing red in Lake Butler.
Sunrise Food Mart recently
completed renovations at its
location on Main Street in
Lake Butler. The new look is
highlighted by a bright red
color throughout. It includes an
island complete with three gas
pumps. "The pumps are new
from the ground up," said Jay
Chohan, owner of Sunrise.
New tanks, lines and -state-
of-the-art pumps were installed
to give Union County residents
another option for their gas
purchases. The pumps include
the pay-at-the-pump feature.
"Customers can complete their
transaction without ever
having to come in the store,'
said Chohan.
The gas station also features
a new canopy to keep
customers out of the weather.
"We built the canopy extra
large to keep customers out of
tlie rain," said Chohan. The-
canopy is lighted for night time
use,.
Security cameras are
mounted above each pump to
ensure customers pay for their
gas. "It is an unfortunate part
of being in the gas business,"
said Chohan.
Recent reports have shown
that as the price of gas rises, so
to do the number of customers
who drive off without.paying
for it. While this is not as big a
problem in Union County as it
is in other areas, it is feared
that as prices rise, so will the
problem.
-Chohan said he will be an
independent dealer. "This will
help me stay competitive with
other dealers in the area," said
Chohan. "I have found that
franchising would not allow
me to be."
New also is the front of the
store. New facia and new signs
have been added to brighten
the building. New lights in
front of the store will help


customers going in and out at
night.
Inside the store, Chohan has
opened up the entrance area.
Isles have been widened and
some product areas have been
enhanced. "Our wine selection,
both domestic and import, was
increased with the
remodeling," said Chohan.
One new edition that came
with the gas pumps was the
way people could pay for their
purchases. "We now accept
credit cards," said Chohan.
"We were not able to do this
previously."
The renovations have taken
more than three -months to
complete. "We began digging
to put in the storage tanks on
December 28," said Chohan.
"It has been well worth the
effort."
Along with the new editions
Sunrise still has the wide range
of services it offered in the
past. The store still has an
ATM machine. Lottery tickets,
both scratch off and regular,
are available. Sunrise is also an
agent of Fidelity Express.
Payments for several different
bills are accepted there. Clay
Electric, Alltel, Bellsouth and
SprintPCS are just some of the
many companies the store
Accepts payment for. Money
orders are another service the
store offers.
Chohan said he has plans for
more expansion in the future.
"At some point in the future
we will use the former Coastal
building as well," said Chohan.
Along with the food mart,
Chohan owns the laundromat
behind the store as well.
Chohan is planning a grand
opening sometime in the near
future. "I want to make sure
we get all the bugs worked out
first," said Chohan.
James Redmond can be
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Jim and Marsan Carr of Lake
Butler and William and Lynne
Boyd of Lake City announce
the upcoming marriage of their
daughter, Cailyn Boyd, to Chad
David Stalnaker, son of David
and Sue Stalnaker of Lake
Butler.
The bride-elect is a graduate
of Union County High School
(UCHS) and Lake City
Community College (LCCC)'
where she earned an AA degree.
She is currently attending St.
Leo University and is
. employed by the Union
County Tax Collector's Office.
The groom-elect is a
graduate of UCHS and earned
an AS in forest technology
from LCCC. He is currently
attending the University of
Phoenix and works for Gilman
Building Products in Maxville
as a supervisor.
The wedding will take place
at First Baptist Church of Lake
Butler on Saturday, April 30,
2005, at 2 p.m.
A 'reception will
immediately follow the
ceremony at the home of Jim
and Marsan Carr.
All friends and family are
invited.


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.

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Amanda Nicole Boyd

Boyd to compete
for Miss
Jacksonville title


Above: Tiger Idol winner
SLauren Allen is pictured
performing during the
contest's February edition.
'of lighting. Lola Lacy designed
each one of the five sets the
contest used.
I Hosts Oprah Sirmones and
XKelli Simmons kept the crowd
'entertained in between acts.
Cracking jokes on teachers and
rebutting hecklers from the
audience were normal parts of
this duo's duties.
On March 18, as with each
of the other four -shows, a
certain number of contestants
had to be eliminated. On this
evening. Elizabeth Davey and
Elliot Willis did not make the
cut. That left Allen, Jaime
Stewart, Haley McMinn and
Justine Rogers to battle -it outA
for the title. '--- -
'Each of the four contestants
was required to perform twice
on this final evening. The past
four shows had required them
to do this only once. The
competition was intense, but
only cne could walk away with
the title.
At the end of the evening,
first and second place were
only separated by two-tenths
of a point. Allen barely nudged
out Stewart. In addition to the
title, Allen also received a
$500 scholarship.
"I think this was a wonderful
opportunity for us to showcase
the talent Union County has to
offer," said Renae Allen.
Allen, along with Archer and
Christie, hope to make the
event an annual one.

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


Historical
society


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

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


When you wish to instruct,
be brief.
-Cicero


Amanda Nicole Boyle,
daughter of Larry and Yvette
Boyle of Lake Butler, 'was
recently selected to participate
in Nationals' 2005 miss Teen
Jacksonville pageant
competition that will take
place on Sunday, April 17.
Boyle learned of her
acceptance into this year's
competition as Nationals' Inc.
announced their selections on
March 28. Boyle submitted an
application and took part in an
interview session that was
conducted by Patty Neidert,
this year's Miss Jacksonville
pageant coordinator.
Boyle will be competing for
her share of over $20,000 in
scholarships, prizes and
speciality gifts that will be
distributed to contestants. She
will be competing in the Miss
Teen division, one of three
divisions that will have young
ladies between the ages of 10
and 19 competing in modeling
routines which include casual
and formal wear.
Most important, Boyle will
display her personality and
interviewing skills while
interviewing with this year's
Jacksonville judging panel.
Personality is the number one


aspect that each contestant is
judged on during all phases of
competition.
If Boyle wins, she would
represent Jacksonville and the
surrounding communities at
the Cities of America national
competition that will take
place in Orlando. More than
$60,000 in prizes and awards
will be presented at the
national competition while
each winner enjoys this
expense paid trip of five nights
and six days in Orlando.
There is no cost to Boyle for
participating in the pageant
competition. Community.
businesses, organizations and'
private individuals will assist
Boyle in participating in this
year's competition by
becoming an official sponsor
to her. Through scholarship,
each contestant receives all the.
necessary training, rehearsals,
and financial support which
allow Boyle to become a very
confident and well-prepared
contestant in this year's Miss
Jacksonville pageant.
Any business, organization o
private individual who may be
interested in becoming a
sponsor to Boyle may contact
her pageant coordinator, Patty
Neidert at 1-800-569-2487.


Support
group formed
for parents
An open support group is
being formed for families who
have experienced the loss of a
baby through miscarriage,
ectopic pregnancy, stillbirth,
newborn death or termination
due to fetal abnormality or
maternal complications.


Top right: John Patrick
(center) playing Jesus, is
nailed to the cross by
Roman soldier Zack
Dowling. The youth group's
reenactment of Good
Friday was realistic, right
* down to the fake blood
they used.




Bottom right: Roman sol-
diers John Whitehead and
Zack Dowling take away .
the body of Jesus, played
by John Patrick. The
group's portray of Good
Friday was so moving, that
many in the crowd wept
visibily.


The group will meet from
11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. on the
first Thursday of each month.
The next date is Thursday,
April 7. The group will meet at:
Hospice of North Central
Florida in the North Building
Counseling Room, 4305 NW
90th Blvd., Gainesville.
To register or for more
information contact Cheryl
Bailey at Hospice of North
Central Florida at- 352-692-
5107 or 1-800-727-1889.


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money to eligible tobacco quota holders and producers to help in this transi-
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) Did you own a farm as of October 22, 2004, with a 2004 basic
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?


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at your local USDA Service Center.


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




Kiwanis Club is BC schools' top business partner


* Districtwide
Tea.heor of the Year
and SRE of the Year
are also recognized
at luncheon.

By GUFF SMELLEY
.:;.wn Staff Writer

It was a hard decision to
make, but one was made just
the same and it resulted in the
Kiwanis Club of Starke being
.named the Bradford County


Superintendent of Schools H
with Jeannette Abbott, wl
Kiwanis Club of Starke, the s
Partner of th


School District's Business represented the Kiwanis Club at
Partner. of the Year at a the luncheon, mentioned the
luncheon held March 28 at the various ways in which the club
Bradford County Fairgrounds. supports schools, from its
Many area businesses serve Terrific Kids program to
as partners -with indi-vidual sponsoring the Action, Builders
schools or on a districtwide and Key-clubs. .
basis. Harry Hatcher, "We are a club that serves
superintendent of schools, said our children," Abbott said. "All
all the partners were worthy of- the money we make in this
being named Business Partner county goes back into
of the Year. children's programs."
Hatcher said one thing the
"This year we had a very, Kiwanis Club did this year was
very difficult task and I really purchase flags for all of the
mean that sincerely," Hatcher district's classrooms,
said. "We really, really appreciate
Jeannette Abbott, who everything the Kiwanis Club
does for us," Hatcher said.
Also recognized at the
7-"---- _luncheon, which was attended
"- by business representatives and
school employees, were Mike
Ripplinger, the districtwide
Teacher of the Year, and Marie
,fr i Thornton, the districtwide
-/ t School-Related Employee
"*(~(SRE) of the Year.-
Ripplinger, a Bradford High
School teacher, said he was
appreciative of the support he's
received from Hatcher and
everyone at the district level.
"Everything that I have .asked
for, from support to advice, has
always been there," Ripplinger
said. "I just appreciate the
opportunity to be representing
^ Bradford County and I
appreciate this honor."
BHS Principal Karl Wendell'
.,. shared an incident when
SRipplinger approached him
.,- ith a plan to help some of the
S..senior students he taught.
Ripplinger told Wendell he
wanted to offer this assistance
S- -- during his planning period.
larry Hatcher (left) poses That kind of attitude and
ho is a member of the willingness is not limited to,
school district's Business Ripplinger. Wendell saidthere
are-many in-the school district


ie Year.


who are similar to Ripplinger,
but he added he was glad to
have the district's teacher of the
year working at his school
during his first year as a
principal in Bradford County.
* "I think, as a new principal in
a new district, this has been a.
really great thing for me,"
Wendell said. "I'm very proud
of Mike and very appreciative
to have him at my-school."
Thornton works at Starke
Elementary School and
Principal Rand\ Whytsell had
nothing but praise for her,
referring to her as "good
people."
"She's a sweet,. sweet lady
and she's indicative of
everything that's good in
Bradford County," Whytsell
said. "You could've given her
this award every year for 35
years and she would have been
deserving." '
Said Thornton: "I just want to
say thank you to everyone. This
is a wonderful group of people
to work with and I love my
fellow workers at Starke
Elementary School and
throughout Bradford County."
Thornton and Ripplinger will
each receive special awards
from, local businesses._ Capital
City Bank is giving Thornton a
$500 savings bond.. while
Chevrolet of-Starke, ill allow
Ripplinger the use of a vehicle
for a year.
The luncheon.-was sponsored
by the Bradford Coiiinfty
Education Foundation and
Madison Street Baptist Church,
which provided the food. .
All this year's teachers' and
SREs of the year---from each
individual school and
fac'ility--were'recognized at the:
See SCHOOLS, p. 7B


Bradford High School Principal Karl Wendell (left)
says a few words about the district's Teacher of the
Year, Mike Ripplinger.


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Marie Thornton (left), the school district's School-
Related Employee of the Year, smiles at some kind
words shared by Starke Elementary School Principal
Randy Whytsell.


State vets
deployed to
check petting
zoo animals
Florida Agriculture and
Consumer Services
Commissioner Charles H.
Bronson announced today that
he is sending department
veterinarians and inspectors to
inspect and conduct testing on
farm animals linked to a series
of illnesses of children who
recently' visited petting zoos or
attended agricultural fairs.
Although the Florida
Department of Health (DOH) is
investigating several possible
sources that may be
responsible for the outbreak.
including food and water the
children may have consumed,
Bronson said he is taking the
proactive step of dispatching
veterinarianss to check on
animals in an effort to enhance
and expedite the DOH inquiry.
"We want.to do all that we
can to support health officials
to get to the bottom of this
case," Bronson said. "We will
provide all of our data to our
colleagues at the Department of
Health and stand ready. to assist
them in an% '%ay we can."
State veterinarianss are
tracking the animals that-were
present at the recent Central
Florida Fair in Orlando and at
the Strawberry Festival in
Plant City as a number of the
illnesses were reportedly
among children %who attended
one or the other of the
festivals. They N% ill then
conduct various tests on the
animals traced to petting zoos
at those fairs to determine
what, if any infections, could
have been transferred from the
animals.
At the same time. state
veterinarians are reviewing
procedures in place at other
petting zoos to determine
whether adequate sanitary
measures are in place to protect
fairgoers.
In the meantime, officials
stress that it is critically
important that anyone who
comes in contact with animals
takes sanitary precautions,
including thoroughly w ashing
one's hands after contact with
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OBITUARIES: I


Gurney Ray Webster

Gurney Webster
FLORAHOME | Gurney Ray
Webster, 85, of F0orahome died
Saturday, March :19, 2005, at
Malcolm Randall Veterans
Administration Medical Center
in Gainesville.
Born on July 5, 1919 in
Winston Salem, N.C. to Grover
Lance and Emma 'Webster, Mr.
Webster served in the U.S. Army
during World War 'II. Along with
his son-in-law, he. started North
Florida Well Drilling & Pump
Service. i
Mr. Webster is: survived, by:
three daughters, Catherine
Webster-Beck of Titusville,
Mary Elizabeth Webster-Kubiak
of Orlando and Diane Smith of
Keystone Heights; a brother
Archie Webster of Greensboro,
N.C.; a sister Helen Oribe of
Greensboro; 10 grandchildren
and three great-grandchildren. He
was preceded in dedth by his wife
Mary Webster, brothers Roy
Webster, William Webster and
Frank Webster and grandchildren
James Smith, Hope Smith and
.Joy Smith.
A celebration of the life of Mr.
Webster will be held at 1 p.m. on
Sunday, April 3, 2005 at Watts
Funeral Home Chapel in San
Mateo with the Rev. Eddie D.
Smith officiating. i

Marvin Ellis
LAWTEY Marvin Q. Ellis,
39, of Lawtey died Friday, March
25, 2005, at Shahds Alachua
General Hospital in Gainesville
following an extended illness.
Born in Durham, N.C., Mr.
Ellis moved to Lawtey in 1998.
He was a landscaper;
Mr. Ellis is survived by: his
mother and step-father Bonnie
and Bernabe Perera of Lawtey;
two brothers, Gary of Baltimore,
Md. and Toby of Durham, N.C.
Burial will be at a 'later date
under the care of Archie Tanner


Ronnie Johnson
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Infant
Ronnie Lee Johnson was born
and died on Monday, March 21,
2005, at Shands Jacksonville.
Ronnie is survived by: his
parents Sherre Logan and 'Gary
Johnson. of Keystone Heights; a
brother Delkota James Johnson
'of Hilton Head, S.C.; a sister
Sabrina Lee Johnson of Starke;
maternal grandparerits James T.
and Laura Logan of Keystone
Heights; and paternal
grandparents Gary L. Johnson
Sr. of Keystone Heights and Judy
Kay Johnson of Indianapolis,
Ind.
Graveside services for Ronnie
were- March 23, 2005 in
Keystone Heights Cemetery with
the Rev., Gary Hardesty
conducting the services.
Interment followed under the care
of Jones- Funeral, Home of
Keystone Heights. ,

Jean Lawson
MAYO -Jean A. Lawson, 47,
of Mayo died'Friday, March 25,
2005, at North Florida Regional
Medical Center-in Gainesville.
Born in Alma, '!Ga., Mrs.'
Lawson moved to Mayo from
Starke 18 years ago. She was a
homemaker and was of the
Baptist faith.


Mrs. Lawson is survived by:
her husband Thomas Lawson;
two daughters, Angie Keen and
Melissa Murray, both of Mayo;
two sons, Michael Hickox and
Josh Rose, both of Mayo; two
sisters, Connie Barnes and Linda
Luther, both of Starke; and two
grandchildren.
Funeral services for Mrs.
Lawson were March 29, 2005 in
the Chapel of Joe F. Burns
Funeral Home in Mayo.

Luther Mann
WALDO Luther Gene Mann,
80, of Waldo died Friday, March
26, 2005, at his residence.
Born in Sinks Grove, W.Va.,
Mr. Mann moved to Florida in
1963 and to Waldo 19 years ago.
He was a retired automobile
mechanic and automobile body
repairman.
Mr. Mann is survived by: his
wife of 62 years Genevieve
Frances Mann; eight sons,
Glenwood Francis Mann of Live
SOak, Walter Ray Mann Sr. of
Madison, James Edward Mann of
Hampton, Charles Wesley Mann
and Theodore Mann, both of
Waldo, William Norris Mann and
David Lee Mann, both of East
Orlando and Rodney Wayne
I Mann of Melrose; four daughters,
Patricia Gail Glade of Crestview,
Suzanne Mann Litton of Orlando,
i Kay Mann Freeman of Fyffe, Ala.
and Kathy Mann Mills of
Albertville, Ala.; 29
grandchildren and 44 great-
grandchildren. He was preceded
in death by a daughter Beyerly
Ann Thacker.
Burial will be at a later date
under the care of Archie Tanner
Funeral Home of Starke.

ILawrence O'Neal
I STARKE Lawrence "Larry"
,Norton O'.Neal Sr., 58, of Starke
died Saturday, March 26, 2005,
[at his residence following a
extended illness.
Born in Warren County, Ohio
!on Sept. 16, 1946, Mr. O'Neal
iwas a long-time resident of
,Starke. He was a retired
'construction worker and member
;of the Army National Guard.
i Mr. O'Neal is survived by: his
mother Virginia Hendricks of
Oldtown; two sons, E.T.
"Timmy" O'Neal and L.N.
"Tudy" O'Neal Jr., both of
Starke; two sisters, Janet Cullum
and Linda McCormick, both of
Ohio; his caregiver Jennifer
Taylor of Starke; and many
grandchildren. He was preceded
in death by his father -Toby
P'Neal and a sister Nancy
McCormick.
Kf- \ mnr_^1 ^,-.* rnr M- -


under the cjre of Jon'rc. Funeral
Home of Starke.


Donald Silcox
STARKE Donald Ron Silcox,
39, of Starke died Saturday,
-March 26, 2005, at Northeast
Georgia Medical Center in
Gainesville, Ga. He was in the
construction-business and was of
the Baptist faith.
I Mr. Silcox is survived by: two
sisters, Brenda Slade of
,jainesville and Belinda Dyal of
Chicago; two brothers, Ray
Silcox Jr. and Jessie Silcox,
both of Starke; six half brothers
And sisters. He was preceded in
death by his mother and father
lyrtice and Ray Silcox Sr.
Burial will be at a later date
tnder the care of Archie Tanner,
Funeral Home of Starke.

Ellen Williams
FLORAHOME Ellen Leon
Williams, 79, of Florahome died
Monday, March 28, 2005, at
Putnam Medical Center" in
Palatka following an extended
illness.
Born in Baxter, Ky. on Oct. 9,
1925, Mrs. Williams moved to
Florahoine .in 1987 from
Jacksonville. She was a
'homemaker and member of
F aranatha Assembly of God in
F prahome.


Mrs. William is survived by:
four sons, Howard Lynn
Williams of Keystone Heights,
James Melvin Williams of Italy,
David Finley'Williams of Texas
and Billy Gene Williams of
Florahome; three brothers,
Julian Carroll and Charlie
Carroll, both of Florahome, and
Gary Carroll of Mandarin; two
sisters, Wilma Denny and Betty
Hyatt, both of Florahome; nine
grandchildren and 14 great-
grandchildren. She was preceded
in death by her husband Lester
"Taylor" Williams.
Funeral services for Mrs.
Williams will be held at 2 p.m.
on Thursday, March 31, 2005, in
the DeWitt C. Jones Chapel with
the' Rev. Howard Williams
conducting the services.
Interment will follow in Paran
Cemetery in Grandin under the,
care of Jones Funeral Home of
Keystone Heights.
Viewing will be Wednesday,
March 30, 2005, from 7-9 p.m.
at the funeral home.


Stanley Wygant
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS. -
Stanley Leon Wygant, 70, of
Keystone Heights died
Wednesday, March 23, 2005, at
his residence following a sudden
illness.
Born in Williamson, Mich. on
June 24, 1934, Mr. Wygant
moved to Keystone Heights in
1987 from Holt, Mich. He was a
retired road maintenance worker.
He served in the U.S. Army and
was a member of Am-Vets Post
#86 color guard.
Mr. Wygant is survived by:
three daughters, Kathy Scott and
Sandy Wase, both of Michigan,
and Cindy Jimenez of Tennessee;
and a sister Elinor .MiClure o"
Michigan.
Memorial services for Mr.
Wygant were March 29, 2005 in
Am-Vets Post #86 with members.
of the post conducting the
services. Interment will be at a
later date under the care of Jones
Funeral Home of Keystone


Heights.

William Stallings
EARLETON William Edward
Stallings, 93, of Earleton died
Sunday, March 27, 2005, at
Shands at Starke.
Born in Anne Arundel County,
Md. on Jan. 3, 1912, Mr.
Stallings moved to Earleton in
1979 from Owings, Md. He was a
retired farmer and U.S. Navy
veteran of World War II. He was a
member of-Melrose United
Methodist Church.
t'".o ionr Lou Siallirn ,-,f
Earleton anrd Bruce Sallliingi of
Owings; two grandchildren and
three great-grandchildren. He was


preceded in death by his wife of
68 years Hazel Stallings in July
2002.:
Funeral services for Mr.
Stallings will be held at 11 a.m.
on Monday, April 4, 2005, at
Rausch Funeral Home in Owings
with the Rev. Russell
McClatchey officiating. Burial
will follow in Mt. Harmony
Cemetery. Local arrangements
-are under the care of Moring
Funeral Home of Melrose.
Visitation will be at Moring
Funeral Home from 4-7 p.m. on
Wednesday, March 30, 2005.




Language is a city to the
building of which every
human being brought a
Stone.
-Ralph Waldo Emerson


Injuries occur
in Sat. crash
on U -301
Three North Carolina
residents w re injured Saturday
evening in a traffic crash on
US-301 north of Starke.
A 2001 Isuzu, driven by
Casey D. Boggs, 19, of Stony
Point, N.C:, was crossing the
northbound' lanes of US-301
from Northeast 193th Street,
according tco Florida Highway
Patrol Trooper Jason Barry.
The Isuzu failed to yield for
northbound traffic and was
struck in tie side by a 2001
semi, Troop r Barry said.
Boggs ,and passengers
Denise Boggs, 47, and
William L. Boggs, 15 were
life-flighted from the scene.
William Boggs' injuries were
serious.
As the Is zu was struck the
spare tire br ke free and struck
a 2002 Do ge on the driver's
side door. e Dodge, driven
by Evany Green, 23, of
Jacksonville was southbound,
Trooper Barry said.
No injuries were listed for
Green and passengers Brittney
Davis, 23, ind Marria Davis,'
3, both of Jacksonville and
semi driver Brenda Allen, 47,


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A 91-year-old Lake Butler
man died March 18 from
injuries received from a head-
on crash on SR-121.
Edison Paulk was air-
flighted from the scene of the
crash March 16, according to
Florida Highway Patrol
Trooper C.L. Lee. Paulk died
at Shands at the University of
Florida.
Paulk was a passenger in a
1998 Nissan van driven by
Evelyn Paulk that was
southbound on SR-121. A
1994 Mazda, driven by Bart
Clemons, 31, of Lake Butler,
was northbound, Trooper Lee
said. The Paulk vehicle drifted
over the center line into the
path of the Mazda and was
struck head-on. It was raining
at the time of the 9:05 a.m.
crash, Trooper Lee said.
Evelyn Paulk, Clemons and
passenger Lisa Clemons
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Trooper Lee said.
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March 31, 2005 TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR--B-SECTION Page 3B


April is National Child

Abuse Prevention Month


* Local task force
plans education
campaign.
The Bradford-Union Child
Abuse Prevention Task Force
is planning a number of special
activities to promote public
awareness during April,
National Child Abuse
Prevention Month.
A display that consists of a
carpet of multi-colored
pinwheels with each
pinwheel representing one
abused child will be
installed at the courthouses in
Bradford and Union counties.
The Bradford display will have
the number of pinwheels that
represents the number of
-Bradford children who were
abused last year and the Union
display will have the number
appropriate for Union County.
* In addition to the pinwheel
display, marques around both
towns will display child abuse
prevention messages. Banners
may also be on display.
Letters to the editor and
radio spots are being produced
by. task force members. Child
abuse prevention information
is. being given out at both
public libraries and at other
public events during the
month.
Final details of all the child
abuse prevention month
activities, Will be discussed at
the task force meeting set
today, Thursday, March 31, at
11:30 a.m. at the Starke First
Presbyterian Church on Call
Street (CR-230) across from
the hospital.
For more information,
contact Annie, McPherson at
352-334-1330.
Report child abuse
If you suspect a child is
being harmed, reporting your
suspicions may protect the
child and get help for the
family. Contact your local
child protective services
agency or police department.,
For more information about
where and how to file a report,
call the Childhelp USA
National Child Abuse Hotline
(1-800-4-A-CHILD).


Signs of child abuse
According to the National
Clearinghouse on Child Abuse
and Neglect Information, the
following signs may signal the
presence of child abuse or
neglect.
The child may:
Show sudden changes in
behavior or school
performance.
Have notreceived help for
physical or medical problems
brought to the parents'
attention.
Have learning problems
(or difficulty concentrating)
that cannot be attributed to
specific physical or
* psychological causes.
Be always watchful, as,
. though preparing for
something bad to happen.
Lack adult supervision.
Be overly compliant,,
passive, or withdrawn.
Come to school or other
activities early, may stay late.
and may not want to go home.
The parent may:
Show little concern for the
child.
Deny the existence of or


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blames the child for the
child'sl problems in school or at
home.
*. .Ask teachers or other
caretakers to use harsh
physical discipline if the child
misbehaves.
See the child as entirely
bad, worthless, or burdensome.
Demand a level of physical
or academic performance the
child cannot achieve.
Look primarily to the child
for care, attention and
satisfaction of eriiotional
needs.
The parent and child may:
Rarely touch or look at
each other.
Consider their relationship.
entirely negative.
State that they do not like
each other.
There are different signs that
may signal, physical, sexual or
mental abuse or neglect. It is
important to note, however,
these types of abuse are more
typically found in combination
than alone. A physically
abused child, for example, is
See PREVENT, p. 7B


Daughters o hooboar
the American meets
The next meeting of the
Revol ution Bradford County School Board
SA ril 4 will take place on Monday,
meet April 4, April 11, at 5 p.m. at Brooker
The Colonel Samuel Elbert Elementary School,
Chapter of the National Society The meeting will be followed
Daughters of the 'American by a workshop on the draft of
Revolution will meet Monday, the district's reading plan.
April 4,, at 10:15 a.m. at the' The meetings are open to the
Western Steer Steak House in public, and an~ agenda is
Starke. available in advance of the
After the meeting, those who meeting in the office of the
wish to will stay and, enjoy receptionist. For more
lunch and a time of fellowship. information, call (904) 966-
All. women whose ancestors 6800.
aided in' achieving American
Independence are cordially Starke cancels
invited to attend. Come learn arkecanCeis
about the National Society of j
Daughters of the American meetInI gI.
Revolution and its historical, The Tuesday, April 5,
educational, and patriotic meeting of the Starke City
activities. Commission has been
For further information, cancelled.
please contact Susan Lucas at The next meeting will be
S(352) 478-2151, or visit Tuesday, April 19, at7 p.m.
www:rootsweb.com/~flcsecd/. The meeting is open to the


public, and an agenda is
v.jailable in advance in ihe
'office of the city clerk. For
more information, call .(904)
964-5027.

County meets
The Bradford County
Commission will meet on
Monday, April 4, at 9:30 a.m. in
the boardroom at the Bradford
County Courthouse.
The meeting is open to the
public, and an agenda may be
obtained in advance in the
office of the clerk of courts.
For more information, call
(904) 966-6280.


NRSWA meets
The New River Solid Waste
Association, the governing
board of the New River
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14, at 6 p.m. in the boardroom,
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Winds rip apart shed, cause other damage;


Mother Nature took it upon herself to do some redecorating. Unfortunately for Les
Moss of Hampton, his boat has been left without a shelter. While he slept soundly
,March 22, high-speed winds lifted the shed over a fence and deposited it in his
back yard. The damage could have been worse, he said, as the shed came within
feet of landing on his greenhouse, visible in the right side of the photo.


Jesse's Tree Service was busy March 29 removing a tree that fell on the home of
Jeremy and Dawn Scott on Butler Road in Starke. The tree damaged a portion of
the roof over the weekend. Workers said they had also removed a tree from a
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decision, to tackle the person without
the use of a weapon, which is risky,
since he or she may outweigh the
officer by. 100 pounds, or to use a
weapon. To draw and fire his sidearm
means serious injury or death to the
raging individual or bystander. To use
his nightstick is likewise dangerous. To
subdue a person that is. out of control
with a baton will often cause a,
concussion, or worse, and puts an
officer in,a bad light when caught by a
photographer.
In that situation, it is desirable to
have a weapon that will render an
individual harmless long enough to
make an arrest and cuff'jm.- If the
weapon were perfect here \%outld,
never be serious injury or death as
result of using it.
Unfortunately,, no- such weapon.
exists,' even though the Taser appears
to meet the criteria almost 100 percent.
It was invented'by, or maybe perfected
by, John Cover in 1966. The affects of
electricity on the body has been known
for decades, ,but, Cover brought the
information into a controlled unit,
compact enough to' meet the
requirements of individual la\\
enforcement officers. It seemed to be
the perfect solution and may remain
the weapon of choice until something


better is available.


Letters I

Prevent Abuse
Dear Editor,
April is Child Abuse
Prevention Month. In Bradford
County alone, there have been
256 cases over the last year,
which nvol'ed abuse and/or
neglect of our children.
Youthful parents and
substance/alcohol abuse are
common denominators in many
of these cases. Children are
subjected to filthy. unsafe
environments, domestic
violence and sexual abuse.
w.,hi.h all just the beginning
of a day for some. Clothes are
dirty, hfioes are worn -out.'.
parents don't care and kid, at
'kool are rrleniless in their
efforts to tease and belittle. All
the 'while they are expected to
make good grades and behave
properly. How can these tender
young minds possibly bear this
burden? How do the) deal with
the pain in their life? Who can
they trust? How do they begin
to explain their misery?
We must take a stand for our-
children, meaning all children.
We must set aside our personal
agendas for not reporting or
getting involved when there is
suspicion. Educators, church
leaders and the general public
must remove the "blinders" to
instances of child abuse and
neglect.
If your home has a lot of lo\e.
and a little extra room, consider
being a foster family for a child.
In our community there is quite
a challenge finding homes for
these abused children. If your
heart has a little room, consider.
being a volunteer Guardian ad'
Litem. No matter how you,


Two state senators, Gary Siplin-D,
Orlando, arid Tony Hill-D,
Jacksonville, have called for a bai" on
the use of Tasers until a study caa be
made to determine the danger of'using
the weapon. .
Every weapon in the arsenal ha a,
down side, and Tasers are no-
exception. Tighter controls -may be
required, although the Starke Police
Department has issued stringent
regulations for using the weapon. It
may be that multiple jolts will be
outlawed; obviously it is too easy to
pull the trigger several times; but
multpe Iolts may overwhelm the
nervo 'ystem. ,
There's 'one their consideration, '
possibly very hard to put in the
equation: Chief Smith said an
inexplicable number of people die
when arrested, without any known_
reason., In fact, the figures are very
similar to the number who die after
being hit with a Taser. Does that mean
we should discontinue arresting
lawbreakers in order to saved live's?
The weapon has too much potential
for good to be discarded at this time.
Everyone deplores the loss of life. even
one life, but let's not throw the baby'
out with the bath water.
By BUSTER RAHN, Editorial Writer


choose to help. the important
thing is that you do help and get,
involved. You may be the one
special person that God has sent
to make a difference in a child's
life.
When you see pinwheels
displayed, at the Bradford
County Courthouse during the
month of April, just remember
that every pinwheel represents a
child that has been abused or
neglected over the last year
right here in our backward.
Shert Sheppard.
BCSO Iictim Advocate

Reader
concerned

about law
infraction
Dear Editort.
-'Last week's paper reported
that the countN road
superintendent had been
suspended with pay and a'
hearing before the full,
commission was scheduled for
March 28. The report went on
to allege that the 'road,
superintendent was being
,charged with offenses that to'
me seemed to be criminal in:
nature, yet nowhere in the '
paper did.I find any reference to
any criminal investigation.
This ma\ not be a concern to
our elected officials but it is a
concern to the taxpayers of this
county. MN question is what is
our tax money being used for if
the sheriff, the states attorney.'
the bureau of law enforcement
are not involved in inquiring
into how our tax money is
being used?
Now, did the mani do these
things alleged by the county
commission' or didn't he. If a


crime or crimes are being
alleged then why is it being
dealt with by non-law
enforcement agency? If a crime
or crimes are not being alleged
then what has been reported to
your paper seems to me to be
slander in the highest form.
" Don't tell me that the county
commission has the authority
not to report a crime that they
know has been committed.
Bull, any law enforcement
officer, -any prosecuting
attorney, 'any judge, .oh heck
anyone with one eye and half
sense, will tell you that it is
accessory after .the-fact and the
people involt-ed 'in that is just
as guilty' s' the criminal
himself.
'How many times have we,
as taxpayers, seen/where a
person in government has been
allowed to walk away under a
cloud without being held
responsible for his actions
while receiving taxpayers
money..
I think that if an elected
person does not do the job they
were elected to do then they
should get out of the way and
let someone who will.
AMalcolmn Hill
l' organ Road

Editor's Note: The article
Mr. Hill references did state
that the Bradford County.
Sheriffs Office was involved:
in the investigation.

Tiger Idol

talent contest
unfair
Dear Editor:
My husband and I are
former long-time Union
County' residents who' now


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At the end, a mother of one
of the contestants picked the
judges, which all hac
background in opera anc
theater.
Tiger Idol is based on talent
and performance not an open
.play.
The girl who won the Tiger
Idol doesn't deserve it. I think
'Jaime Stewart should have
won. Why didn't we, "th
audience" get to vote at th
end? This is very unfair to not
only Jaime Stewart but al
singers, also. I think the public
should be able, to voice its
opinion and vote again by the


Taser: The weapon of choice
For convenience the Taser is shaped
I With reservations similar to a large bore automatic,
When Starke Chief of Police pistol, carried in a holster: Using a
Gordon Smith made a presentation CO2 cylinder for a propellant, it
to the Starke Rotary Club concerning fires two small barbs attached to
the Taser, I was convinced it is the a thin, flexible wire, 20-24 feet-
best tool in the law enforcement ;long. The hooks attach
arsenal for the purpose intended. themselves to skin or clothing
Touted -as being nonlethal, it appeared and carry a 50,000-volt jolt of
to be effective in bringing violent electricity that upsets the
situations under control without the nervous system for a few
danger of killing a victim. minutes. One zap is usually
The assumption may be premature, enough, rendering the
since some 80 people have died victim helpless long
nationwide after having been zapped enough for the officer to make the
with the instrument. In reality, that arrest.-
number may be minuscule, considering The weapon requires a short time to0
.the thousands of times the weapon has reload the cylinder, but the officer is
been used in 'defusing violent not rendered helpless. The gun remains
confrontations and ultimately may effective when placed directly on the
have saved many lives, including the target and % ill fire repeatedly with the
lives of law enforcement officers. same electric charge. Eight .AA
Consider the times an officer is batteries power the gun. :,b
dispatched to an incendiary situation in Last week Columbia Couni'
which a person becomes belligerent (Florida) deputies used a Taser on a'.
and unruly due to a mental condition, manI while serving a court order for a
the use of drugs, or just plain anger. psychiatric examination. The main,'
Reasoning with him (or her) may 5'9" tall and weighing 250 pounds:
become impossible and force may be became violent with the officers,.
required to restrain the person from requiring force to subdue him. Atter
hurting himself or others. having absorbed multiple shots vwithia
The. officer must make a snlit second Taser, he later died. "o a'


reside in Georgia. We traveled
for five hours to attend the
final Tiger Idol talent contest.
You need to do some
homework on the ethics
involved in the choosing of
judges, familiarity of judges
with contestants and an overall
investigation into this blatantly
biased contest.
These kids worked hard and
a lot of money was spent by,
themselves and their parents
on costumes and such for their
participation. Imagine their
horror, when they learned that
the winner had actually been
coached by one of the judges
and' had been advised (by that
judge on) what to sing.-
The outcome of this farce
was decided weeks ago and
all the while these kids went
through the motions and all for
nothing. Dig a little deeper
please. You will be shocked as
we were..(Point:Word has it
that the winner's mother was
responsible for picking the
judges.)
I really hope that you take us
seriously and ask a few
questions around town and the
school. You will be surprised
to know that not 'only
ourselves, but hundreds of
people have learned of this and
are outraged to know what
really took place.
Thank you for 'our lime,
yo Carolyn Holt
Rupert, Ga.

Reader thinks
Tiger Idol
competition
sent negative
message
Dear Editor:
I- anted to \%rite and express
my deep concern regarding the
situation that has taken place at
our local high school.
I do not have a child in
:,school in Union County;
however, I attended the Tiger
Idol competition with my
daughter to support her friends
there. I know several of the
children who were involved in
the competition.
I think it is outrageous that
the parent of one of the
competitor's would be allowed
to select the judges for the final
competition. 1 believe ihis
Would clearly be deemed a'
conflict of interest, under any
ScircumstancesrThe facWthat
scholarship -dAla-rs,, were at
stake makes the situation c\en
more egregious.
What kind of message does
this send to our children?
In my opinion, the lesson
sent to each of the participants,
and in fact to every student,
would be that it is not about
how hard you work, even if
you, excel at what you do, the
only thing that matters is who
you know.
That certainly, is not the
message I vant our schools tc
be instilling in our children.
Every child who entered and
participated in the competition
did so in good faith. They
worked extremely hard anc
believed the competition would d
be judged on their individual
strengths. Even if these
judges, in their ultimate
wisdom (yea right!), really
believed they judged fairly. the
appearance of impropriety is
too large to overcome. It
'clearly was distressing to al
that attended the final
competition. The school has
failed our students and I give
-them a ,huge red '"F" ir
building student self-esteem
anid demonstration of high
moral principles.
Union County High School,
and in fact the School Board as
well. owes each and every
student an acknowledgement of
their poor judgment and an
apology.
Terri Sewen
S Lake Butler

Another Tiger

Idol fan
speaks up
Dear Editor:
I would like to place mm3
opinion on what happened a
Tiger Idol.
When this whole thing
started, the audience wa
allowed to vote.


16, northwest of Starke.
This will be a big event as th
community raises funds f
badly needed equipment. Th
event was held a few yeas a
and it was a big success.
Reserve your space early by,
donation of $5, which will g
directly to the fire department
All other funds you take in fro
your sales can go into yot
Pocket unless you wish to gi\
more to the fire department
Everyone is invited.
Call (904) 966-2498 or (90
782-3013 for more information
or to reserve your space.


_ II I I --


..Union County public..None of
the other moms was offered' to
--pick the judges.
The teacher (mom)
committed fraud and grand
theft. This will not be swept to
the side and left alone..
Cliton Johnson

Contestant
had prior
knowledge
To whom it may concern:
The Tiger Idol contest I
witnessed on Thursday, March
17, at Union County High
School was i very disturbing to
\ re..From an outsider looking
in there were some obvious
clues that. gave away a favorite
of the crowd and a favorite of
the judges.
flow come that one out of
four of the contestants knew to'
sing Broadway or theatrical
music and the others did not?
You cannot tell me that girl did
not have prior knowledge to
what the judges would like
considering the backgrounds
they 'read off that night about
the judges.
I cannot understand why a
parent of a contestant would be
allowedd to pick the judges.
What are we teaching our
children? And why weren't the
-judges' comments read like in
the previous contest? .
What about the contestant
.who danced? Were any of the.
judges qualified to judge
dance? All I know is that a
contest has to be unbiased and
fair in order for it to, be a
contest and what I witnessed
the other night was not. Every
child should have an equal
chance when it comes to
winning.
Thank you for your time,
Evelvn High
SLake Park, Ga.

Different
judges should
have been
chosen
Dear Editor:
This e-mail is in reference to
the Tiger Idol competition
which culminated on (March
17).
Being .in attendance for this
final show, I was privileged to
hear the wonderful singing of
one Jamie Lynn Stewart. To
mvXsjvay, the contest was
n'of"ot onls,, an inferior
singing talent but this,
person happened to be the
daughter of the Union County
High School teacher who was
responsible for obtaining the
judges for that night's contest.
I feel that a great injustice,
was done last Thursday
evening. There should
definitely be some type of
investigation into the obvious
impropriety on the part of
Renae Allen.
I could definitely understand
the judges' decision if only the
individuals who were there to
support Jamie were .upset
about the decision... that
would be understandable.
However, the entire audience,
'aside from those in support of
r the named winner, was
outraged when the winner was
announced.
' I am definitely not an expert
t and I do not have a long
I resume of musical experience,
I but I do know an awesome
singing talent when I see one.
Maybe a contest such as the
, Tiger Idol. should be judged
by those people like me. After
all. isn't that what singing
contest is all about? But, this is
just one man's humble opinion.
S- "Sincerely.
Matthei' L. Al'arez,
SILT, US Army

Be fair in the
future
- Dear Editor, '
In regards to the local Union
County High School talent
show "Tiger Idol," I would just
like to say that all of the
contestants did a wonderful job
in there performances, and the
Shard work and dedication of the
t drama and dance teachers is
greatly appreciated. It is very
Clear that Union County has

s some wonderful talent in it.


school-affiliated contests.
Surely there was someone else
equally qualified who did not
have a child in the contest that
could have came up with judges
of a variety of backgrounds to
make it a fair contest for all
who entered (and not just one).
Lynn H. Stewart,
Raiford

Reader fears
for Shiavo
Dear Editor,
I am so frustrated at how
topsy-turvy our world has
become.
Last night on Hannity and
Colmes they had a lady that
had been in a coma and was
diagnosed never to come out
because they said she was
brain dead. She heard all the
conversations about how she
would never recover and felt
pain intense yet she could
not mo\e or say anything.
She said she was a prisoner
in her body. She recalled the
excrutiating pain of the 6.
days when her feeding tube
was removed. What a horror!
Needless to say, she came out
of it. th -
Now the murderer of little
9-year old Jessica will recei\ e
the humane treatment at his
execution in Florida by the
IV introduction of a
tranquilizer to put him to
sleep and then a chemical to '
stop his heart. Quick,
humane. and final. u -
But poor Terri Shia o will
not be treated so humanely
even though she is
compleiel5 innocent. In
cases like hers, they are left
to languish for da\s in thirst
and hunger-possibl% going
through excrutiating pain.
E'en my father, who died of
cancer--because he Awas able
to %ell in pain--was giv'eii a"
good dose of morphine to put
him out of his miser. Not
poor Terri. She must suffer a
lingering and possibly
painful death only because
she cannot \ell. It seems in
this case and 'abortion "If we
can't hear them' then they
need no pain killer and we
don't care.
.. Finally Terri Shiavo'ss
parents must suffer
unbelievable pain as the\ are
kept outside as their daughter
is subjected to this long and
inhumane death process.
hat a nio ""'" C 1.
S allow this's
John .4 \ alldejui
Keystone Heights


Republicans i
meet April 7 !
The Republican ExecutiVe
Committee will hold iIs
monthly meeting on Thursday,
April 7, in the Santa Ile
Community College board
room, located on the corner 6f
US-301 and Call Street in
Starke.
The committee needs new
chairpeople to fill the remaining
open precincts. Any Republican
registered in Bradford County is
eligible to fill these positions.
The only requirement for
precinct chairs is residency in
that precinct. The committee.
needs grass roots workers and
anyone interested in running for
public office. '
For more information call
one of the following members:
David L. Dodge, chairman,
(904) 964-4610; Robert
Mansfield, vice chairman, (904)
964-3377: Donna Solze, state
committeewoman. (904) 964-
4610; or Richard Solze, state
committeeman, (904) 964-
5803; or visit the committees
booth at the Bradford/Union
County Fair from' Tuesday,
through Saturday, April 5-9. :I1

Northside
Baptist holds
flea market to
raise funds
Northside Baptist Church
sponsoring ai flea market d
Saturday, April 16, from 8 a.
to 3 p.m. to benefit the Heilbr
Springs Fire Department.
It will be held on the groun
of the church, located at th
intersection of CR-225 and S


My only concern is that the
e judges who were picked to
e judge this competition had the
j same backgrounds all in
j opera/theatrical music and,
in my opinion, I did not think
t that this was. fair to the
a contestants who performed a
variety of music (country,
Christian, pop and even a,
k beautifully done ballet dance).
e 1I also feel, in my opinion, it
e is a conflict of interest for a
e mother of a contestant to be
affiliated with a contest her own
1 child is performing in and hope
c in the future that the school is
more involved, and. paying
attention to what is going on in





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Andrew Blake Adams and
Kristen Marie Norman

Norman and

Adams to wed
April 23
Carlton and Nadine Faulk of
Worthington Springs and Joe
and Pam Norman of Raiford
announce the upcoming
marriage of their daughter,
Kristen Marie Norman, to
Andrew Blake Adams, son of
Mary Adams of High Springs,
and Steve and Debbie Adams of
Gainesville.
The bride-elect is the.
granddaughter of Joyce Norman
of Raiford, David and JoAnn
Brierton of Crawfordville and
Harry and Patricia Bumgarner
of Lake City. She is a 1999
graduate of Union County High
School and a 2003 graduate of
the University of Florida. She is
currently attending Florida
State University and plans to
graduate with a master's degree
in speech-language pathology
in August; 2005.
The groom-elect is a 1999
graduate of Santa Fe High
School. He is a police officer
for the University of Florida.
He is the grandson of Bonnie
Ritch of Theodore, Ala. and
Augusta Seabrook of Chatom,
Ala.
The wedding is planned for
Saturday, April 23, 2005, at
3:30 p.m. at Fellowship Baptist
Church in Raiford. A reception
will immediately follow the
ceremony at the Lake Butler
.Elementary School cafeteria.
No local invitations will be
sent. All friends and family., re
invited.


,Georgia Aldailee Kerschner


,Kerschner is
overall 4-5

,pageant
winner
On Feb. 19, Georgia Aldailee
'Kerschner competed in the
Lake City Sweet Pea pageant.
1: Overall wiener in the 4-5-
:year-old age division, Georgia
.also won the prettiest smile
;competition and was named
mostt photogenic. ,
:', Georgia has won 10 pageants
and plans to continue
competing.
Georgia is the daughter of
:Wayne and Shanda.Kerschner
-of Starke. She is the
.granddaughter of Tommy and
Deneane Murrow, Mr. and Mrs.
Russel Kerschner. all of Starke,
and Ray and Shawaa Wolf of
Lake City.


Over the past 30 years,
Campbell's Labels for Education
program has delivered more than
$100 million in free merchandise
to schools nationwide.
Lawtey Community School is
asking parents, teachers and
friends to collect Campbell pro-
duct labels that can be redeemed
for free' educational merchandise
such as computers, audio/visual
equipment, sports equipment, ref-
erence books, musical instru-
ments and even a mini-van, by
collecting labels from Campbell
products and forwarding them to
Lawtey Community School.
"This year our goal is to collect
more than 1500 labels, so we're
asking the community to help,"
said Dana Pendarvis, coordinator
for Lawtey Community School's
Labels for Education program.
It's easy to pitch in. Save labels
or clip proofs of purchase from
any of the following eligible
Campbell products and send
them to Lawtey Community
School:
. Campbell's soups


Campbell's Supper Bakes
meal kits
Franco-American
SpaghettiOs pasta
Campbell's beans, gravies,
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Prego pasta sauces
Swanson broths and canned
poultry -
Pace salsa and picante sauces
V-8 vegetable juice and V-8
Splash juice drinks
Campbell tomato juice
Pepperidge Farm bread,
cookies, crackers and frozen
products
Pepperidge Farm Goldfish
crackers
Campbell's Foodservice
products
Visit labelsforeducation.com to
make a Community Label
Pledge. Click into the "Commun-
ity Label Pledge" link. Here, you
can make a voluntary pledge to
donate Campbell. product labels
to Lawtey Community School.
For more information on the
label drive, call Dana Pendarvis,
904-782-3792.


Hall to compete for title


Tiffany/Loren Hall of Starke
was recently selected to
participate in Nationals' 2005.


\Tiffany Loren Hall


Miss Jr. Teen Jacksonville
pageant competition that will,
take place on April 17.
Tiffany submitted an
application and took part in anr
interview session that was
conducted by Patti Neidert, this:
year's Jacksonville Pageant
Coordinator.
Tiffany will be competing for
her share of over $20,000 in.
scholarships, prizes, and:
specialty gifts. She will be'
competing in .the Miss Jr. Teen
division, one of three divisions
that will have young women
between the ages of-10 and 19'
competing in modeling'
routines, personality .and
interviewing skills.
Personality is the number one
aspect that each contestant is
judged on during all phases of
competition.


BIRTHS
Maternal great-grandparents
are Marcus Conner of Starke
and the late Lillian Conner and
the late Dorothy Orefn.
Paternal grandparents are
Sa aGreg and Irene Ebnet of -
St e ad R y FStarke.
Paternal great-grandparents
are the late Agnes and Adolph
SfareEbnet and the late John .
Hudkins and Rose Hudkins of
Minnesota.


Austin Wade Corbin Alaina Christine Andrews

Austin Corbi n-: Alaina
Chad Corbin and Kristin t
Faile of Starke announce the Andrews
birth of their son, Austin Wade Jason Andrews and Amanda
Corbin, on Feb. 11, 2005. Griffis of Keystone Heights
Austin weighed 8 pounds, 9r announce the birth of their
ounces and measured 20V2 daughter, Alaina Christine
inches in length. Andrews, on Feb. 2, 2005 in
. Maternal grandparents are Gainesville.
James and Michelle Lovell of Maternal grandparents are
Starke and Randy Faile' of and L ___' Kathy Newborn of Gainesville
Lancaster, S.C. and Danny and Bridget Griffis
Paternal grandparents are Troy Alexander of Graham.
Randy and Maxine Corbin of Robert Smith Maternal great-grandparents
Starke, are Julia T. Griffis of Graham
Troy Smith and Jeff and Helen Baker of
SHampton.
A RTH oCecil and Rochelle Smith of Paternal grandparents are
a Hallam Lawtey announce the birth of the late Larry Andrews of
Larry Hallam and Shannon their son, Troy Alexander Graham and Lynda Wales of
Conner announce the birth of Robert Smith, on Feb. 12, Crescent City.
their daughter, Anna Jaymes 2005 at North Florida Paternal great-grandparents
Hallam, on March 6, 2005 at Regional Medical Center in arePaul Andrews of Graham
North Florida Regional Gainesville. and Ethel Clark of Hampton,
Hospital in Gainesville. Troy weighed 5 pounds, 14 p
.Anna weighed 6 pounds, 15 ounces and measured 19Y2
ounces and measured 201/2 inches in length. Births policy
inches in length. She joins a Maternal grandparents are The births onthis page are
foir-year-old 'sister Masey Robert and Dottie Sue Prevatt considered news and are published
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Maternal 'grandparents are Paternal grandparents are Conty Telegraph. A l-cole photo
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send a representative to this meeting annual meeting and luncheon at Dept. is offering flu shots at.no
or call 964-6792 for information. Cedar River restaurant at 11:30 a.m. charge and with no appointment
on Saturday, April 23. Spouses and necessary while supplies last. For
The Bradford High School class of special friends are invited. Call necessary while supplies last. For
1970 is planning its 35th class Gene Noegel, 964-6351, for information, call 964-7732.
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CRIME:


Bradford man bruising and swelling to her
face. When i.the. victim
arrested in attempted to leave, she was
threatened by Reese. A knife
south Florida was easily accessible 'during
A Bradford County man was the altercation, causing the
arrested last month in Jupiter victim to fear for her safety,
after he bought a kilogram of Officer Crosby said. Reese was
cocaine from an undercover located, but ran from the
cocaine from an under officer when he attempted to
agent.
James Maurice Edwards, 75, question him. After a short
was charged possession with chase, he was taken into
the intent to distribute cocaine, custody. A $3,000 surety bond
according to Task Force Agent was posted for his release.
Michael Preece, U. S. Drug
Enforcement Administration Veronica Lee Seymour, 18
(DEA). Edwards' undercover of Starke was arrested March
buy was monitored by DEA 22 by Clay Deputy K. West
and West Palm Beach DEA. for petit theft (retail). Seymour
The buy was put into place is charged with removing five
following the arrest Feb. 4 of items of clothing from J.C.
Walter Roy Doyle by West Penney Store in the Orange
Palm Beach DEA officers. Park Mall. She took the
Doyle was charged with clothing into the changing
possession with intent to rooms where she concealed
distribute cocaine. Subsequent them in a bag, Deputy West
to his arrest, Doyle agreed to said, Seymour then left the
assist the government by store without paying for the
providing information merchandise valued at $107.96.
*regarding other individuals
involved in the distribution of Corey Earl Jamest 21, of
powder cocaine Starke was arrested March 25
:Doyle provided agents with, by Starke Officer Michelle
his cellular telephone he used Tarrant for possession of
to make his "drug deals." cannabis. Weight of the
Numerous calls were made to cannabis was 5:4 grams. A
'Do, Ie from a number identified $1,000 surety bond was posted
as .belonging to Edwards. for his release from custody.
Doyle stated he knew the caller
only as an elderly white male Derek Timothy Harper, 21,
from'Starke who was a regular of Starkewas arrested March
powder cocaine customer, 24 by Starke Sgt. Richard
purchasing kilogram quantities Crews for possession of less
of powder ..,- 'ne from Do'le than 20 ram~n of ma.ijluanai
monthly. He travelled from and xtoLi, o t ;Choolafet-
Starke to purchase the one, Harper was charged with
ki.ra' qnti cf c te being inside a school safety
atapnrce jf 5.ti's C, ea.h. Ze,, -Ic i;s .'- a student '
A tp conn-TlikivT-eca died inpiee and has no children
telephone call was made to in high school, Sgt. Crews
Ed'rd, r. aka Old Man, .di~J. B'.011. was set at a$5,000.
Edwards' told Doyle he needed
to see him. A few hours later Shawn A. Nettles, 39, of
the u ru.rr A Ltcer called Hampton, was arrested March
Ed&ards and set up a plan for 26 b% Bradford Sgt. George
delivery "just like always." Konkel for possession of
The eU ., as set for Feb. 18 cocaine. During a traffic stop
at Uncle Mick's Bar and Grill the officers noticed two plastic
parking lot in Jupiter. bags in the vehicle. A small
At noon Edwards arrived amount of white powder
with a briefcase containing a residue field tested positive for
large sum of U.S. currency. He the presence of cocaine. Nettles
gave thethe money, to theagent admitted to using the substance
and placed the kilogram of prior to the traffic stop, Sgt.\
powder cocaine in his Konkel said. Bond was set at
briefcase. '$15,000.
A predetermined arrest,
signal was gi,.en and Edwards Dale. Lee Glover. 25, of
Was taken into custody. The Starke was arrested March 23
kilogram was recovered. by StarkeSgt. Willi.am n owi
;. -,-dwad -wmams in federal ..o...,p ac.essQ .:afler the 'fact.
cu;i,-,d in ie P:,tinl Beach Glo'er's fingerprints %%ere
County Jail. Bond was denied. found on the right rear door of
a stolen vehicle. He refused to
answer questions about who
Recent stole the vehicle, Sgt. Brown
said. The vehicle was stolen in
arrests May 2004. Glover was
in B-radfordr- additionally charged with
in DBradford, possession of crack cocaine,
Clay or Union possession of marijuana and
r" .... failure to appear D\VLS. Total
The following individuals bond was set at $34,000.
were arrested by local law
enforcement officers in -
Bradford. Clay iKeNstone Clarence Leslie Johnson,
Heights area)' or Union 48, of Keystone Heights was
County: arrested March 22 by :Clay
Deputy Herb Pittman for.
Mark Conlan Hintz, 24, of simple battery domestic.
Keystone Heights was arrested Johnson is charged with
.March 23 bN Bradford Sgt. pushing and hitting the victim
Daniel T. Wolfe for possession causing bruises. The incident
of cocaine and sale of cocaine. occurred on March 20, Deputy
Hintz and a co-defendant drove Pittman said.
t-' an unknown l.kcation after
receiving I500 from a Merlin Howard, 22, of
confidential source. They Starke was arrested March 21
'purchased appro\imatelN 15.2 by Bradford Deputy Joseph
grams of cocaine and returned Jones for battery and criminal
to give the cocaine .to the mischief. Howard was charged
(.-,rtfidentil. sbiuircc Sgt. Wolfe with striking the victim
:.;aid. Hint ',,.as restedd after several times in the face after
the exchange. He was released kicking the front door to the
lrm -cu', ty after a 550,000 residence. Deputy Jones said.
.urel, b:,rd ,as pr.,ted. The altercation occurred during
S a domestic dispute. A $2,000'
Danie'l Dewa;,ne Reese. 19. surety bond was posted for
:f .S arke :v.,, arrested March Howard's release from custody.
2: b1, Starke Officer Jason .
C.rosby ftr domestic battery, Ryan Allen Byrd, 18, of
*ggravated assavth with a Keystone Heights was arrested
v'.eaprn ari resisting an oticer March 25 by Clay Deputy
vwiithout violence. Reese is John Murphy for trespass.
charged with grabbing and Byrd is charged with
punching the victim, causing trespassing on property after


Beverly Diane Osteen, 188,
of Keystone Heights was
anested March 22 by "Clay
Deputy. D. Miller for'iolation
of probation felony child
abuse.


Jason McCiuire. 21, of
Middleburg was arrested March
21 by Sgt. Konkel for
worthless check from Cla\
County. A $1,503 surety bond
was posted for his release from
custody.
Veronica Jenkins, 27, of
Starke was arrested March 2'1
by Starke Officer. Stephen
Murphy for failure to appear
issuing worthless check and


receiving a 'written warning
Jan. 17.'
Barbara A. Greene, 49, of
Starke was arrested March 24
by Starke Officer Paul King
for retail theft. Greene is
charged with placing a pool
and a water, .pump on a dolly
while shoppifig in Wal-Mart.
She then left the store without
paying for the merchandise,
Officer King said. Value of the
theft was $254.27. A $500
surety bond was posted for her '
release from custody.
i Michael Lee Springer, 50,
of Gibsonton was arrested
March 24 by Starke Officer
Mark Lowery for disorderly
intoxication. Springer was
observed in the Kangaroo Store
on SR-16 where he was being
rude and argumentative with
the clerk, Officer Lowery said.
When Springer was asked to
leave he became more loud and
abusive with the officer. He
smelled strongly of an
alcoholic -beverage, Officer
Lowery said. He was 'release
from custody March 25 after a
$1,000 .surety bond was
posted.;

Shawnita Hires, 28, of
Melrose was arrested March 21
by Bradford Deputy Lori Jestes
on violation of probation grand
theft. She was released on her
own iccognizance. by' ,Yudge
Johnny Hobbs.


Randall McCarrell. 51, of
Keyitone Heights was arrested
March 25 by Clay deputies on
a warrant for felony worthless
check'.

Brandy Harper, 24, of Starke
was .arrested' March 21 by
Deputy. Jestes for violation of,
probation disorderly conduct.


three counts or worthless cnecK Shan McCartney; 26, of
from Alachua County. She26, of
was released from Alachua County aftShe Keystone Heights. was arrested
was released from custody after March 24 by Clay deputies on'
a $2000 surety a warrant for aggravated child
posted. abuse.
Debra Burc. O...T.'- 1"
Butler wa.s are-ied Nlaich 2S
by Clay deputies on a warrant
for worthless check.


Justin Wilson, 21, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
March 28 by Clay deputies on
a warrant for indirect criminal
contempt.

Tracy Kyle Davis, 31, of
Lake Butler was arrested March
23 br Union Lt. H.M.
Tomlinson on a warrant ,for
S..violation of probation.

Samuel Bernard Williams,
27, of East Palatka was
arrested March 23 by Lt.
Tomlinson on a warrant for
violation of felony probation.

Sean Duane Fox, 24, of
Panama City was arrested
Mjarh 23 by Bradford Deputy
W.D. Thompson as a fugitive'
from justice out of Dallas..

Penny Miele, 35, of Glen
St. Mary was arrested March
24 by Lt. Tomlinson on a
warrant for violation of felony
probation.

Francis Reynolds Jr., 36, of-
Port Orange was arrested
March 26 by Union Deputy
George, Green on a warrant
'from Suwannee County)' for
contempt of court.

Michael Deangelo Brown,
18, of Lake Butler was arrested
March 25 by Lt. Tomlinson
on a. 'warrant for trespassing'
and grand theft auto. Bond was
set at $10,000.

Lexanda Stafford Gilchrist,
25, of Deland .was arrested
March 27 by Starke-Officer
William Murray on an
outstanding .warrant from
Volusia County for violation
of probation possession of
cocaine k ith no bond.


John Bennett, 37, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
March 22 by Clay Deputy
M.J. Calhoun on warrant for
possession of firea'iV/concealed
weapon with bond set at
$50,000.
John E. Sanders, 20, of
Lake Butler was arrested March
25 by parole officers for
violation of probation. Sanders
is on drug offender probation
from Union County. On
March 25 he tested positive for
marijuana and cocaine. A
$5,000 sure bond was posted
for his release from custody.

Jamie Paige Hughes, 25, of
Hampton was arrested March
22 by Deputy Jestes on a,
warrant, for violation of
probation possession of
firearm by a convicted felon.
She remains in custody with
no bond.
Traffic
John T. Holloway,-46, ol
Lawtey was arrested March 25
by Florida Highway Patrol
Trooper Jason Barry for driving'
under the .influence (DUI).
'Holloway refused testing and
refused to sign the citation. A
$2,000 surety bond was posted
for his release from custody.

Jose Jesus Ortega, 46. of
Lake Butler % as arrested March
26 by Union Deputy Robert
Manning for DUI and driving
while license suspended or
revoked iDWLSi. Deputies
responded to a report of a
possible drunk driver at the
Kangaroo Store at SR-121
Ortega's vehicle \%as observed
backing up, almost striking
another vehicle and then
striking the curb,. Deputy
Manning said. The vehicle was
traffic stopped for. no tag. A
strong odor of. an alcoholic
beverage was coming from
Ortega. He failed testing and
was placed under arrest.
Ortega's blood-alcohol level
was .26 percent after he was
taken into custody, Deputy,
Manning said.

Ray Smith, 24, of Green
Cove Springs was arrested
March 23, by Starke Officer
J.W. Hooper for DWLS. He
was released after .a $3,000
surety bond was posted.
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Sharon Warren, 52, of
Starke was arrested March 22
by Bradford Deputy Brian
Waldorf for failure to appear
disorderly intoxication and
issuing worthless checks. A
$220 cash bond and a $5.000
surety bond w ere posted for her
release from custody

Phillip Hargis, 21, of'
Keystone Heights was arrested
March 23 by., Orange Park
officers on a warrant for
violation of probation felony
child abuse.

Marion Dodd, 23, of Lake
Butler was arrested March 22
by parole officers on warrants
from Union Count> for
violation ,of 'probation
aggravated batter) and robbery
with a deadly weapon. Surety
bonds totalling $2,000 were
posted for Dodd's release.
Michael Alan Stanley, 24,
of Raiford' was arrested March
28 by Clay Deputy D. Miller
on a capias ,for felony,
worthless check. Bond was set
at.$253.


Jerrison Tolliver. 20, of
Sanderson was arrested March
22 by Officer Murphy on a
warrant from Baker for
violation of probation
possession of cocaine. He was
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filed charging Pugh and his
girlfriend with fraud at
Madison Street Pharmacy last
November, according to Sgt.
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Delmer Flores, 27, of
Starke was arrested March 21
by Sgt. Konkel for.'DWLS
habitual traffic offender. Bond
was set at $5,000. He. was
released on his. own
recognizance.by Judge Hobbs.

Michael Gene Stoneman,
31, of Starke was arrested
March 24 by Starke Officer
Danny Brown 'for DWL.S
knowingly. A $1,000 surety
bond was posted for his release
from custody.

Joshua James Libby, 20, of
Starke was arrested March 25
by Officer Hooper for fleeing
attempting to elude a police
officer in a marked patrol
vehicle He was released from
custody after a $1,000 surety
bond was posted.

Craig Hart, 42, of Starke.
was arrested March 24 by'
Officer King for DWLS and on
a warrant for failure to appear
DUL Total bond was set at
$9.000. ,

,,Balondemu Cullers. 28, of
Jacksonville was arrested
arch 21 for failure to appear
no valid driver's license. Bond
was set at $2,000.

Vicki Magruder. 33, o. f-
Jacksonville. was arrested
March 23 by Deputy Jestes for
failure to appear violation of
probation DWLS.. Bond. was
set at $4,000.

Charlsie McGrath, 37, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
March 22 for failure to appear
'DWLS. Bond was set at
$3,000.

Ulisban Bryant, .36, of
Starke was, arrested March 22
by Starke Sgt. Kevin Mueller
for violation of probation
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Roberts (George Roberts Insurance/Bradford County Education Foundation), Ron
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Hardenbrook (Oleeta's Catering), Sylvia Tatum (Tatum Brothers Lumber Co.), Bill
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often emotionally abused as
well, and a sexually abused
child also may be neglected.
Physical abuse
Consider the possibility of,
physical abuse % hen the child:
Has unexplained burns,
bites,-bruises, broken bones, or
black eyes.
Has fading bruises or other
marks noticeable after an
Absence from school.
Seems frightened of the
parents and protests pr cries
when it is time to go home.
Shrinks at the approach of
adults.
Reports injury by a parent
or another adult caregiver
Consider the possibility of
physical abuse when the parent
or other adulrcaregiver:
Offers conflicting,
unconvincing, or no
explanation for the child's
injurN.
Describes the child as
'"e\ il." or in some other very
negative way.
Uses harsh physical
discipline with the child. .
Has a history of abuse as a
child.
Child neglect ,
Consider the possibility of
neglect when the child:
Is frequently absent from"
school."
Begs or steals food or
money.
S Lacks needed medical or
dental care, immunizations, or
glasses.
Is consistently dirty and
has severe body odor.
Lacks sufficient clothing
for the weather.
Abuses alcohol or other.
drugs.
States that there is no one
atl' ne to provide care.


Consider the possibility of
neglect when the parent or
other adult caregiver.:
Appears to be indifferent
to the child.. .. .
Seems apathetic .or
depressed.
Behaves irrationally or in a
bizarre. manner.
Is abusing alcohol, or other
drugs.
Sexual abuse
Cohtsider the possibility of-
sexual abuse when the child:
Has dFfficultN walking or
sitting.
Suddenly refuses to change
for gym or to participate in
physical activities.
*Reporis nightmares or
bedwetting.
Experiences a sudden
change in appetite.
Demonstrates bizarre,
sophisticated, or unusual
sexual know ledge or behavior.
Becomes pregnant or
contracts a venereal disease,
particularly. if under age 14.
Runs aw ay.
Reports sexual abuse by a
parent or another adult
caregiver.
Consider the possibility of
sexual abuse when the parent
or other adult caregiver:
Is unduly protective of the
child or severely limits the
child's contact with other
children, especially of the
opposite sex.
Is secretive and isolated.
Is jealous or controlling
with family members.
Emotional abuse
Consider the possibility of
emotional maltreatment when
the child:
Shows extremes in
behavior, such as overly
compliant or demanding
behavior, extreme passivity, or
aggression. ..
Is either inappropriately
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luncheon and presented with
-gifts.
The 2004-05 teachers of the
year. besides Ripplinger, are:
Renee Cassels (Starke
Elementary), -Deanna Coleman
(Renaissance Center), Kathy
Hobb (Southside Elementary),
Walter Mitchell (Vo-Tech),
Pam Parrish (Brooker
Elementary), Carol Redding
i Law tey Community), Blossom
Sprinkle (Hampton Elementary)
and Donna Tew (Bradford .6
NMiddle).
The SREs of the year, besides
Thornton, are: Louella Bennett
(Southside Elementary),, Vickie
Crews (Brooker Elementary), Tho
Christy Curtis (Hampton
Elementary), Martha Eddy Employ
(maintenance), Yvonne Deanna
Gonzalez; (Rainbow' Center), of th
Tonya Hodges (Vo-Tech),
Thomas McCutchen
(Renaissance Center), -Diane
Moore (transportation), Edna
Porter (Lawtey Community),
Debbie Rosier (Bradford High)
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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.


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.


Chamber

board to meet

March 31
The board of governors of
the North Florida Regional
Chamber of Commerce will


meet Thursday,. March 31, at
noon in the chamber office on
the corner of Call and Walnut
streets in Starke.
For more information, call
904-964-5278.


Juvenile

justice group

to meet
The Bradford Juvenile
Justice Shared Services
Council will meet Thursday,
April 14, at 9 a.m. in the
Bradford High School media
center on Washington Street in
Starke. For more information,
call Patti Priest at 904-966-
6815.

Driver safety

class set
The AARP Driver Safety
Program will be held in Starke
on Tuesday and Wednesday,
April 12-13, from 9 a.m. to 1
p.m.
The two day, four hour
classroom instruction program
refines driving skills and


develops defensive driving.
There are no tests.
The program costs $10 and
results in a certificate that is
good for three years and
allows you to receive a
discount on your car insurance.
Call 352-333-3036 for more
information or to register for
the course.


Health

insurance

counseling

held monthly
SHINE (Serving Health
Insurance Needs of Elders) is
sponsoring free health
insurance counseling sessions
for elders and their families
who have questions or
problems with Medicare and
other health insurance
programs,
The session's are scheduled
for the first and third Tuesday
of each month at the Bradford
County Health Department on
north US-301 in Starke. The
next sessions are April 5 and
19. The sessions last from 9


a.m. to 1 p.m. and no
appointment is necessary.
SHINE .is a statewide
program sponsored by the
Department of Elder Affairs. It
helps empower elders to make
informed decisions about
health insurance. During the
sessions, SHINE counselors
offer information and
assistance with Medicare,
.Medicare supplemental
insurance, Medicare
prescription discount cards and
prescription drug savings
programs.
For more information on
additional counseling
locations, or if you cannot
travel to the counseling session
site, call the elder helpline at
1-800-262-2243.


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If you are interested in
hosting a Business and Social
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Commerce, call 904-964-5278.


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Must be complete. $100
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352-478-2529.
1986 CORVETTE, black w/
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looks great, must sell due
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1995 TEAL CHEVY LU-
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Roundabout boat $600.
1989 all original Ford
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needs $300 in parts but
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4BA, on Silver Lake, over
4000 sq ft Sale by
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only! Call 352-473-5633.
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home on fenced, comer
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Classified Ads where one call does it all!496-2261


1998 FLEETWOOD 3BR/
2BA, many extras,
$28,500. Call 386-454-
1602.
OWNER FINANCE 2BR/
1BA 1/3 acre, Keystone
Heights Area $995 down.
Call 352-258-0865.
JUNK AND. REPAIRABLE
Mobile Homes for sale-
must move. Call 904-
964-6770 or 904-769-
9454.
3BR/2BA DW In Keystone
Heights on 3/4 acre, nice
yard, large deck in back,
all appliances, FP, sepa-
rate dining area, garden
tub 'in MBA, $58,000.
Available April 1, 2005.
Call 904-291-6506.
2BR/2BA, SWMH located
in Lawtey, large whirpool
bath in MBA, CH/A,
$16,000. You must
move. Call Shenekia
Johnson at 252-636-
3305.
13TH STREET over-
stocked sale brand new
Fleetwood 4+2 setup
and del, a/c, skirting, and
2 mini decks for $36,995.
Call Mike at 352-373-
5428.
13TH STREET HAS ONE
brand new 32x80
Fleetwood'with 25'foot
master bedroom, up-
grade appliance pack-
age, glamour -bath,'-fire-
place,*shingle roof, and
lap siding for $55,995.
Includes setup, 5 ton a/
c, skirting, and 2 mini
ieckS Call Mike at 352-
373.5428
13TH STREET over-
stocked brand new
14x70, $25,995. Setup
and del, a/c, skirting, and
2 mini decks Call Mike at
352-373-5428.
50 For Rent
FURNISHED ROOMS
FOR RENT COM-
PLETE Aith CH A. cawIe
provided; all utilities paid!
Central location. Ideal for
senior citizens with 10%
discount. on first months
rent for senior citizens.
Rooms with private bath,
$95 $105/wk. Room
without bath, $80. Laun-
dry facilities available.
Close to churches,
stores, downtown shop-
ping, theatre, and more!l
See Manager at the
Magnolia Hotel, across
from the Starke Post O1-
lice 904-964-4303.
WE HAVE 2 OR 3 bedroom"
MH clean, close to
prison, ideal rot small
family or couples Call
352-468-1323
GREAT LOCATION, quaint
2 sory. IBR/lBAn home
$295'mtn, 1st last,
lease, epos-t I person,
'no pets. Call 904-964-
.3579.
SOUTHERN VILLAS OF
Starke Apts. Looking for
aop;icants. 1& 2 BR HC
a. non HiC aparnrenis
Wtundry.,playgrounw.. pn-
vale and quiet aimo-
spnere Located on
SR16, 1001 Soultern
Villas Drve, Starke, F or
call 904-964.7295. TDD/
TTY 711. Equal Housing
Opponrtunity
3BR/1BA. FARM nouse
sryle, nice neignbomood
$500/mth, 1st, last,
lease, security. No pets.
Single family residents
only. Call 904-964-3579.


FOR RENT- 2 & 3BR's, Realty at 352-473-0205 Health reasons'force us
water included, fenced UPSTAIRS APARTMENT to find good homes for
yard, no pets, deposit for rent, 1 BR/1 BA, small our cats. To adopt one
required. Call 386-496- kitchen/dining room, please call 904-964-
3067 678-438-6828 or large living room, down- 6516.
678-438-2865. town Starke. $400 53 Yard Sales
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, month. Call 904-964- YARD SALE FOR "Relay
Mobile Home Park, on 6433 ask for Bonnie. for Life". Bradford
SR 100. Large 2BR/2BA, FOR RENT, DOUBLE sponsored by the Clay
CH/A, washer & dryer WIDE 3BR/2BA, extra Electric Conductor. All
hookups $425 month clean, no pets, 2 child proceeds will benefit the
plus security and utilities. max, $550 month plus American Cancer Sod-
Good rental history re, deposit. Call 352-468- ety. Located on Clay
quired. Large 2BR/2BA, 2674. Electric's vacant lot 1/4
excellent condition, CH/ WATERFRONT, 2BR/1BA miles west from the in-
A, $485 month plus se- IN Lake Butler, nice tersectionofSR100and
curity and utilities. Call-- singlewide, w/front SR 21. 1 day only Sat-
Rick @ 352-473-3569. porch, $400 deposit urday April 2, 2005 7am
FOREST PARK apart- $400 month. Call 229- to noon.
ments of Lake Butler. 2 403-6355 available April MOVING SALE, April 1, &
bedroom'units available 1st. 2nd, 9am. to 5pm.
starting at $540 mth. Call COTTAGE: 1 BR/1 BA lo- Couch, loveseat, coffee
386-496-3439, Tuesday cated off of SR 121 on table, end tables, small
& Friday 8am to 5pm. SW 75th Trail, 3 miles TV, large dining rm table
Rental assistance avail- South of Lake Butler, with 2 ler, with 2 leaves, small din-
able to qualified appli- $375 month $100 de- ing table and much
cants. Equal Housing posit, Ideal foradults, no more. Approx 10 miles
Opportunity. pets. Call 386-496-2512 west of Starke off. SR
FOR RENT, 2BR/2BA mo- or 352-213-0377. 100onCR235(Brooker
bile home located on 52 Animals & Road), 3 miles on the
Santa Fe River. For mor more Pets right. 352-485-2954
information please call -P YARD SALE: Saturday,
386-496-2776. BEAUTIFUL FREE kittens, April 2, 8 to noon. 822
,3BR/1 BA HOUSE ON Lake good home only, bob tail, Cypress St, Starke.
Geneva, CH/A, stove, long & short hair, leave COLOSSAL YARD SALE!
microwave & fridge in- message. 352-473- Stuff, stuff & more stuff.
cluded. Screened porch 0019. West on CR229 approx
Son 1 acre. $650 month. AKC YELLOW LAB pup- 2 miles past VO-tech on
Call 352-473-91:21. pies' male and females, right. Saturday 8am un-
2 BEDROOM MH or ready to go. Call 904- tiji?
camperatSR16andAce 964-8423. GAS DRYER, MATTRESS
Road near UCI and FREE PUPPIES, Bull dog SET, clothes toddler to
SR121. Adults only. No mix, to good homes. Call ladies x-large, fish tank,
pets. Call 386-431-1200. 904-964-3321 or 904- household items, ford
RENT-TO-OWN Brand 364-6416. transmission & more.
new construction, site FREE ADULT CATS. Lowprices. 1123NeilCt.
built home, 3BR/2BA,
large wooded 2/3 acre
lot, Keystone Heights
area. $1995 down. Call
352-258-0865. u
RENT-TO-OWN Brand
new construction, site
built home, 3BR/2BA,
large wooded 2/3 acre
lot, Keystone Heights to
area. $1995 down. Call B
352-258-0865. KysonYOU Buy
3BR/2BA DW In Keystone ou y B More
Heights on 3/4 acre, nice B t S
yard, large deck in back, v c
all appliances, FP,
separate dining area, L se Price
garden tub in MBA, $600LO w eF rC
month. Available April 1,
2005. Call 904-291- asier i a
6506.
MELROSEAREA 14"wide
MH, 2BR/1.5BA lean, All credit applications a
CH/A, utility bldg,
Washer & Dryer hook-
ups, front porch, roof- .
over, 1/2 acre fenced '
yard. 2 adults max. No me Scot Bilt
pets $450 monih Call *1t0B t
352-475-3468 0
FOR RENT: 2BR/1BA e
trailer with screenedcI
porcboni 1 acre of land. T o
.$500 first and last 14 '
months rent and $400 O 0 .
securtydeposit.No.pets. Visit Us Before YOL
Call James at 904-964-
4386.
HOME TO RENT WITH
option to buy, owner fi- Jel
nancing, 5BR/2BA, no je
r-el: fenced arad FP
B 'RI"2BA""OW on 1"are 352) 473-9005
31R/2BA 'DW'on 1 acrei, .. .---%-5'^-4 3-9
qui pets, 2 chid maxh 6969 SR 21 N.* Keystone H
$540/mthplus.$540de- Jerry Ted IoAnr


3BR/2BA SW on 1 acre,
quiet area, no pets, 2
child max. $425/mth plus
$425 deposit. Call 352-
468-3221.
2BEDROOM rental on
Smith Lake, good fish-
ing. Call Chuck Willis


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Large barn, new sepdc, centrl air and heal
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6,900. MLS#B1231951.
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Behind Madison St Bap-
tist Church. Follow
signs. Friday, 8am until
? Saturday 8 am to
noon.
YARD SALE, Fri & Sat,
from 9am to 5pm. 1621
E Market Rd. Household
items, furniture antiques,
table saw, welder, misc
stuff.
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
BIG YARD SALE, Satur-
day, April 2, 7:30am to
lpm. US 301 North at
Smith Brothers Body
Shop. Name Brand
'Women'sme's,'men's and
baby clothes, shoes &
purses including Dooney
& Burke,
HUGH GARAGE AND
yard sale, Friday & Sat-
urday 8am til 4pm. Take
SR 16 east from 301 2
miles .to NE 17 Ave.
Then go 10011 to 162nd
St, and turn right go to
dead end.
MOVING SALE, APRIL 1
& 2ND, 10am to 2pm.
Located directly across
US 301 from Lawtey
Shell. DVD, VHS, Ste-
reo; VCR, vacuum,
Braves jacket.
JO-LU MOTEL GOING out
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shine, most items inside.
Lots of furniture, linens,
TV's, AC's, appliances
etc. March 30 June 1,
across from Wal Mart.
MULTI FAMILY YARD
SALE, Friday & Satur-
day, April, 8th and 9th,
8am til 2pm. 15060 SW
75th Ave, (Sampson
Trestle Rd) Follow signs,
Rain date is April 15 &
16th.
YARD SALE! COME
EARLY 7:30 to 1 pm. Lo-
cated 301 North at Smith
Brothers Body Shop. In
front of the fireworks
store). House items
(bedding, shower curtain
set, odds and ends) jun-
ior clothing small sizes
(0-3), Young means cloth-
ing sizes 30x30,
women clothing size
medium and 5-9, shoes,
purses etc.
RUMMAGE SALE, Satur-
day, 8am to 3pm, rain or
shine, First United Meth-
odist Church, 345 West
Main St, Lake Butler, F.l,
Everything from baby
items to antiques. Our
youth will be selling
drinks and baked goods.
All proceeds go to our
youth for summer camp.
5 FAMILY YARD SALE:'
riding lawn mower, fish-
ing rods, tools, baby
items, full size bed,
home interior items, too
much to list. April 1 & 2,
8am uniti? 20114 NW
SR 16, SR'16 west 5
miles, red brick house.
54 Keystone
Yard Sales
YARD SALE! 7635 Apache
Ct. More than just cloth-
ing, its full of bargains
and absolutely every-
Sthing rnust go!


MELROSE WOMAN'S
CLUB Sale, April 1st &
2nd, 8am to 2pm. Come
and look us over. 303
Pine St, Melrose.
MULTI FAMILY YARD
SALE, 6598 Woodland
Drive, Saturday, April 2,
8am'until? Please no
early birds. Rain date
April 9, 2005.
SATURDAY, APRIL 2 &
9th, all must go! 3 pc wet
bar, 7pc BR set, table &
6 chairs, color TV, large
buffet, patio -furniture,
christmas houses & dolls
& many many misc
items. Lake Geneva, 6th
St. off of 100. 352-473-
0859.
LARGE YARD SALE,
Household items, furni-
ture, kitchen items, and
various misc items. 8am
to 2pm, Fri & Sat, April
1st& 2nd. 165 Magnolia
Ave,. Added parking in
rearaof house on Beam
Street.
55 Wanted
WANTED: ACREAGE up
to 300 acres, Keystone
Heights promixity. Email
at florlda2050@yahoo
.com.
BABYSITTER TO KEEP 5
yr old in my home part-
time as needed. Must be
patient and interactive,
with child. Call 904-964-
5540.
GIRL FRIDAY FOR house-
keeping, cooking, wash-
ing, ironing, etc. Must
have own transportation.
Will be required to make
runs for groceries and
Wal Mart. We pay gas,
possible other dining
duties as well. Off Sat-
urday and Sunday. Fair
pay, one week paid va-
cation after one year.
Prefer local Lake Butler


or Starke resident but
will consider all. Call
386-496-2131 all day
until 6pm.
57 For Sales
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 352-372-3
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.
PILLOWTOP MATTRESS


Located in Starke


Spacious 4 bedroom, 3.5 bath on over 7 acres-,
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Newly Remodeled
2 & 3 Bedrooms Available

Rent is based on Income
Water, Sewer
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Office Open: Monday Friday 8:00 to 4:30 p.m.
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Estate Auction

Sat'., April 1, 10:30 a.m.
5065 Klare Dr., Keystone Heights, FL.
Ram or Shine!.
Take SR 100 East from Keystone, turn left on CR-214 across
from the White Elephant Bar, go 6 miles, turn right on Klare
Dr, go I mile, houe on right, ice tegn
Lots of antique & contemporary furniture,
smalls, kitchen items, antique yard items,
firewood & lots more not listed.
Termi of auction Casn or check, Visa MasterCard wnD. 121,
Buyer's Premium piuS tax, 2'a BP discount Wlcash or check,
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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.
LAWNMOWERS and trail-
ers for sale. Call anytime
904-964-4118.
HAND HOUSE SHED like
new, wired for electric.
$850. Must sell moving!
Call 904-966-0176,
leave message.
AIRENS RIDING Mower,
like new, with trailer and
accessories. Call 352-
478-9212.
WATER PUMP WITH tank
$100. Power pole with
200 amp breaker box &
meter box, ready to g
$175. Call 904-368-
0670 or 904-364-6690.
1994 WELDER WORK-
OUT weight center, in
great shape, not fully
assembled, directions
included. Call 904-364-
7026, $100 OBO.
PIANO $450, L-SHAPED
couch, $175 light beige
w mauve stripes, excel-
lent condition. 352-475-
3355 or 352-246-3632.
FOR SALE: WHITE vanity,
sink & case, 1 yrold $45.
Computer table, wood
grain w/ black legs $20.
WEDDING DRESS, halter,
size 12 Jays Bridal. Monr
Lee .Dy Madeline
Gardner, never worn
and tags still attached.
$200 OBO. Daybed,
cherry wood frame,
trundle mattresses, ex-
cellent condition, $400.
Call 904-964-7462.


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58 Child/Adult
Home Care
NANNY WITH-REFER-
ENCES seeking to care
for children in your
home. Mon Fri, in the
Starke, Keystone or
Melrose area. 352-473-
0036 after 6pm.
59 Personal
Services
DRIVEWAY MATERIALS,
hauling spreading.
Bradford Limerock
Sales, 904-782-3172 or.
904-509-9126 cell #.
BRADFORD HOME repair
and painting. Painting
and home repair special-
ist, license #477. Free
estimates. Call 904-966-
2024.
CLARK FOUNDATION
REPAIRS, INC. Cor-
rection of termite & wa-
ter-damaged wood &
sills. Leveling & raising
Houses/Bldgs. Pier Re-
placement & alignment.
Free Estimates: Danny
(Buddy) Clark, (904)-
284-2333 or 1-800-288-
0633.
CHAIN LINK FENCE -
Free estimates. Handy-
man Fence Co., owner
Tommy Reddish, 904-
964-8559.
PRESSURE WASHING,
CLC home exterior
cleaning. Roofs, siding,
decks, driveways, side-
walks. Free estimates,
call Curtis, 904-964-
4940.
FLORIDA CREDIT UNION
has money to lend for
M.H. & land packages.
1-800-284-1144.
GASTON'S TREE SER-
VICE, INC. Fully in-
sured, serving all of
North Central Florida.
Call toll free (866)378-
5801.
CUSTOM CUTS Lawn &
Landscape, customized
lawn care, sod, trim-
ming, landscape design.
Reasonable rates, free
estimates. Commercial
& residential. Licensed
and insured. Call 386-
496-2820, if no answer
please leave message.
TEACHERS/PARENTS:
Raise your child's read-
ing & IQ skills. 9 months
Phonics Curriculum,
$60, and. Baby Intelli-
gent Quilts $75 by
former kindergarten
teacher. M.O. only to:-
PO Box 1045, Greens-
boro, GA 30642.
WILL BABYSIT YOUR
CHILD in my home,
Monday Saturday, all
hours. 20+ years expe-
rience in childcare. Call
Nancy at 904-964-3520.
LAWN CARE AND pres-
sure washing. Free Es-
timates. Contact Kenny
at 352-485-2639.
K&T LAWN' MAINTE-
NANCE, 10 years expe-
nence. Full maintenance
service, Stlarke
Ganesviie & Surour,'a.


ing areas. Competitive
pricing. Call for a free
estimate 352-485-1887.
SQUEEKY CLEAN, com-
mercial or residential,
scheduled or 1 time
cleaning. Odd jobs,
pressure washing, win-
dows etc. Free esti-
mates. Call 352-246-
4865.
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.
THE SCALLOP SHACK A
2 story duplex rental in
Steinhatchee, located
one block frim River Ha-
ven Marina. Ground
level unit 1BR/1BA, up-
per unit 2BR/1BA, both
fully equipped. Available
separately or together.
Call 352-498-0709.
65 Help
Wanted
AVON INDEPENDENT
Sales Representative.
Always hiring. Free train-
ing and group support,
earn extra income. Start
Today, $15 total invest-
ment. Call 904-964-
8851.
CARE GIVER 2 years
experience working with
elderly or disabled cli-
ents. 2 or 3 days per
week. Su-EI's Retire-
ment Home, Hampton.
Phone 352-468-2619.
HAIR DRESSER or barter
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
RO. DrawerA, Starke, FI
32091
$1380 WEEKLY guaran-
teedl Stuff envelopes.
FT/PT no experience
necessary. For more in-
formation call 386-462-
9301.


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SHEET METAL SHOP en-
try level positions, will
train. 1st &' 2nd shift
available. Full time, good
beneifts. 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.
OUTSIDE FIELD REPS
start today $18 to $25 an
hour, management
opportunities, will train,
evening hours and trans-
portation required. Call
1-800-644-2822 ext
4038.
BOOKKEEPER/ADMIN
ASST. AR/AP/PAyrolVFi-
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.
FOREMAN INSTALLER
needed immediately for
ramp and stair installa-
tion throughout Florida.
Training provided for the


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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.

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right person. Starting
pay approx. $35,000 yr
plus benefits. Must have
clean class D drivers li-
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.
LAND SURVEY help
wanted. Instrument
man, junior party chief,
party chief: Call 904-
626-0902.
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, Fl
32091.
GRILL COOK/ meat cutter.
35 to 40 hours/per week
at the Western Steer in
Starke. Call 904-964-
8061, ask for Ken.
HOME SUPPORT STAFF
to work with
developmental dis-
abled individuals in
group homes in Starke.
$7 per hour plus ben-
efits. EOE. Call 904-964-
8082 or 904-964-1468.
LAWN WORKER
NEEDED, 6 months of
commercial lawn experi-
ence required plus valid
DL. Call Larry at 352-
473-2542, leave mes-
sage.
LOCAL DRIVERS
NEEDED, must have
CDL, $10 per hour. Call
904-964-5742 or stop
by at 16772 SW 85th
Loop to pick up an ap-
plication.
PROFESSIONAL DRIV-
ERS $1000 new hire
bonus for experienced
drivers Come and find
out about the great
flatbed, opportunities
available.; If you are an


Experienced driver who
likes to start early, we
can offer you: QT bonus
program, late model
equipment, home nights,
paid vacation, insurance
(health, life, dental). To
apply: visit Work Source
in the Palatka Mall or call
866-872-9409.
PART-TIME AFTERNOON
worker needed for busy
Christian Pre-school.
Must be loving, depend-
able, and hard working.
Experience and 40 hour
childcare classes re-
quired. Call 352-473-
7031.
PART TIME GREEN-
HOUSE & cleanup em-
ployee needed. Shade
Oak Nursery, Brooker.
Call 352-485-2458.
JUKEBOX, ROCOLA
plays 45's. Plays with
coin set or set free play.
2 to choose from. Vin-
tage records included.
$795 OBO. Mr Zee /
Edith 904-964-3888.
HELP WANTED- Con-
struction Contractor and
sub-contractors several
openings In various ar-
eas of building (framing,
finish, roofing, concrete/
block, plumbing, electri-
cal & siding) must have
experience in one or
more of construction
phases, own, tools and
transportation. Call 352-
258-0865.
BRADFORD TERRACE is
taking applications for
the following positions:
Maintenance hands on
supervisor, floor tech,
LPN'S, RN's, beautician,
weekend receptionist.
Please apply in person
at Bradford Terrace, 808
S Colley Rd, Starke, Fl
32091. 904-964-6220.
DFWP/EOE.
,EXPERIENCED SMALL
engine mechanics
needed. Apply at Curtis
Parts & Service, 305 E
Brownlee St, Starke.
LIMO DRIVERS
NEEDED, Part time,
clean MVR, clean-cut,
male or female, mostly
weekend work. $12 per
hour. Call 904-782-9889.
CLERICAL Experience in
AP, AR and payroll pre-
ferred. Full time, ben-


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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


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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
www.davis-express.com


stILif Dr-vr. .,all ^uc-
473-4984.
INSULATOR APPREN-
TICES, Insulator train-
. ees. Applications to the
Jax Heat & Frost Insula-
tors Joint Apprenticeship
Training Program are
available the 2nd Tues-
day & 3rd Mon from 3pm
to 5pm. Also 9am to
noon on Saturday, June
4 & 11, 2005 at 3647
Gilmore St., Jackson-
ville, Fl. Phone 904-388-
.1601 If you need a job
nowl
LOOKING FOR MEDICAL
administrative assistant,
accounts manager for
small pleasant medical
office. Medical office ex-
perience desired. Book-
keeping exp necessary,
competitive salary.
Please fax info to 386-
659-2196.
DENTAL RECEPTIONIST,
outstanding opportunity
for a friendly, hard-
worker. Call 352-331-
7573. *
COLIN GAY MASONRY,
INC., Has an immediate
opening for "mason ten-
ders" in the Lake City /
Lake Butler areas. Full
time, Call 386-365-3992
for more information.
SUMMER RECREATION
AIDE, Parks and Recre-
ation, General descrip-
tion: Supervise and
assist In all activities
and programs. Super-
vise and stimulate inter-
est among children in


arts and crafts, games,
special arts and chaper-
one field trips. Assist in
developing the recre-
ational program for the
assigned area or activ-
ity. Help with the clean-
ing and maintenance of
the buildings and
grounds. Minimum
Qualifications: Must be
18 years or older. Ability
to lead and instruct chil-
dren in the assigned rec-
reational activities. Abil-
ity to maintain discipline
and to solve disciplinary
problems. Ability to es-
tablish and maintain ef-
fective working relation-
ships with the public of
all age levels. Ability to
communicate clearly
and concisely, orally and
in writing, Good health
and physical stamina.
Environmental condi-
tions. Works inside and
outside. Position is from
June 06, 2005 thru July
29, 2005. Application
deadline is April 08,
2005. Applications can
be picked up at the City-
Hall, 209 N Thompson
St, Starke, FIl
DELIVERY/WARE-
HOUSE Career Oppor-
tunity: We are looking for
dependable, self-moti-
vated people who enjoy
working in a retail deliv-
ery/warehouse position,
If you have a valid driv-
ers license, can meet the
DOT driving require-
ments for vehicles with


10,000 Ibs but less than
26,000 Ibs, are able to
push, pull, lift and/or
carry material up to
100lbs, please consider
joining our team: The
position offers a com-
petitive salary and ben-
efits package. Only
those candidates se-
lected for interviews will
be contacted. EOE. Ap-
,ply at 835 S, Walnut St,
Starke, Fl.
WE'LLHELP YOU Capital-
ize on your career IN-
VEST Financial Corp.,
.the largest third party
provider of securities
services to banks nation-
wide, has the following
opportunity at Capital
City Bank located in
Palatka: INVESTMENT
REPRESENTATIVE.
Qualified candidates
should have at least 2
years current successful
financial sales experi-
ence, series 6 63, Life &
VA licenses. A series 7
is preferred or a willing-
ness to obtain one within
90 days. Excellent com-
pensation and benefits
within a bank referral
environment. Interested
applicants should for-
ward their resumes or


tal City Services uom-
pany, Human Re-
sources, 1860 Capital
Circle NE, Tallahassee,
FI or fax resume to 850-
878-9139 or email to
jobs@ccbg.com Refer-
ence MOOR on all cor-
respondence. EOE/
DFWP.
HIRING EXPERIENCED
painter and home re-
pairs person. Call 904-
966-2024.
CITY OF KEYSTONE
HEIGHTS Employment
Opportunity. Two front
desk receptionists. Job
duties include but are
not limited to' multi lined
phone, filing, faxing,
copyirig and strong cus-
tomer service skills.
*Candidate must have a
HS Diploma or equiva-
lent. PT position of 20
hrs per week each em-
ployee, will consider job
share concept., salary is
$8.00 per hour with no
benefits. Application
deadline is April 15,
2005. Application avail-
able at City Hall, 555 S
Lawrence Blvd, Key-
stone Heights, F1 32656.
Questions, contact- City
Hall at 352-473-4807.
EOE. Drug Free/ smoke
free work place.


MAINTENANCE SUPERINTENDENT

MASON








The University of Florida, Department of
Housing and Residence Education is currently
recruiting for .a-Maintenance Superintendent
and a Mason.
The Maintenance Superintendent assists the
Assistant Director of Housing for Facilities
Management to oversee the management of all
Department of Housing Residence Halls and
Villages for a centralized maintenance program
including minor Fire Code corrections, preven-
tative maintenance and repairs, daily, weekly,
monthly and annual inspections as required for
the systems contained within the facilities. The
person in this position will have the ability to
communicate effectively in both verbal and
written form; knowledge of, and ability to work
with computerized programs such as Word,
Outlook and Excel; Microsoft Project 2000,
Visio 2002 and AutoCad 2002 a plus; ability to
establish, implement and maintain a compre-
hensive preventative maintenance program.
This position requires a working knowledge of
the Florida Building Code, Florida Fire Code,
NEC, NFPA and ADA Compliance, and
knowledge of the process for establishing
budgets and monitor expenditures to the annual
budget in, general maintenance categories to
assure that the budget is not exceeded and that
funds are effectively utilized. Minimum qual-
ifications include completion of an approved
apprenticeship program in a recognized trade
and appropriate experience to total seven years;
or a high school diploma and seven years of
appropriate experience. A post-offer health
assessment and criminal background check will
be conducted. Expected starting salary for this
position is $36,000.00 annually.
The Mason position requires completion of
an apprenticeship program in masonry; or a
high school diploma and four years of appro-
priate experience is required. The person in
this position must have the ability to perform
skilled masonry work at journeyman level with
ceramic tile, brick, cement blocks and plaster
wanted. General construction know ledge is
preferred. A post-offer health assessment and
criminal background check will be conducted.
Expected starting salary is $10.00 per hour.
For application instructions, please visit
www.hr.ufl.edu or visit the Central
Employment Center, 4th Floor Stadium,
Gainesville, Florida 32611. Application dead-
line is April 8, 2005. Please refer to requisition
numbers #31385 for the Maintenance
Superintendent and #31670 for the Mason. If
an accommodation due to a disability is needed
to apply for this position, please call (352) 392-
4621 or the Florida Relay System at 1-800-
955-8771 (TDD). AA/EA/EEO


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Know your
neighbor
The Bible tells us to love
our neighbor.
While we may love our
neighbor, it may not always be
possible to "trust" our
neighbor.
Could the death of two
young girls, 12-year-old
Meghan Renaud and nine-year-
old 'Jessica Lunsford, have been
prevented by neighbors being
more aware of who lives in
their neighborhood? We will
never know.
Perhaps in the future the
lives of young children will be
protected when the public
becomes -aware of people who
could bring harm to them.
It is the responsibility of
convicted sexual offenders to
register with the local sheriffs
department. It is then the
sheriff's responsibility to
:notify schools and day cares,
,posting flyers, etc. within the
immediate area, according to
Captain Michjel Bumette. "If
possible we will go door to
door when a sexual offender is
living within t,000 feet of
other residences," Lt. Burnette
said.
The Florida Department of
Law Enforcement Web site
lists 62 sexual offenders living
in Bradford County.
* The following five offenders
are listed as predators: Richard,
William Bell, '956 Southeast
SR-100, Keystone Heights;
Sim Oliver Crum, 1320'
Charles Court, Starke;
Anthony Jones, 4963 CR-18
East, Hampton; Briani Speer,.
17560 US-301 North, Sleepy
Hollow,' Starke and Daniel
Stokes, 21984 Northwest 51st
Lane,.Lawtey. .- _


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:-Richarcd.t iiiam Bell a -.' Daniel Stokes


Man arrested
on multiple
charges in
Union
A 21-year-old man faces
multipfr"' charges in Union
County.,
Billy Joe Ziesmer was
arrested March 23 by Union
Deputy Ken Smith on a
warrant for failure to- appear
with bond set at $2,000. As
the deputy attempted to serve
the warrant, Ziesmer ran out
the back door. He was
apprehended and additionally
charged with resisting officer.
without violence.,
Ziesmer was additionally
charged with a sexual offense
on March 28. Following an
investigation into the
allegations of -sexual
misconduct involving Ziesmer
and a 15-year-old victim,
Ziesmer was charged with
sexual battery, Deputy Mac
Johns .said.
The investigation is
continuing and more charges,
are possible, Deputy Johns
said.,

Recent arrests
in Bradford,
Clay or Union,
The following individuals
were arrested recently by local
law enforcement officers in
Bradford, Clay or Union
County:

Joseph Buckles, 30, of
Hampton was arrested March
22 by Clay deputies on
warrants for failure to appear.
and, violation of probation
DWLS. Bond was set at
$4,000.
-Brenda Diane Taylor, 48, of
Leigh Acres was arrested,
March 23 by Officer Brown for
failure to appear violation of
probation from Levy County
and violation of probation DU1
from Gilchrist County. SuretIy
bonds totalling $7,000' were
posted for" her release from
custody.
Katherine Knox, 36, of
Lawtey was arrested March 24
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worthless checks and DWLS.
Bond was set at $3,500.

LPD to more
closely
watch
railroad
crossings
Lawtey police officers will
be paying more attention to
violations at railroad crossings,
according to Captain Nathan
R. Blom.
Gov. Jeb Bush proclaimed
April 17 through 23 as Train
Safety Awareness week.
The busy crossings in
'Lawtey at US-301 and Lake
Street and Middleburg.-and
Carter roads will -be closely
monitored.
- Officers will also be paying
close attention to school
buses, commercial vehicles and
vehicles that decide to go
around crossing arms, Captain
Blom said. Violators could
receive citations and pay up to
3$155.50 in fines.
Individuals will also be
arrested and fined up to $5,000
and/or up to one year in jail for
trespassing on railroad
property, Captain Blom said.

Weekly
report
of wildlife
officers
'The officers of the Florida
Fish and Wildlife Conservation
Commission reported the
following acti\ it\ last week in
Bradford County:
On March 20 Lt. Gary
Knowles, Officer Harold Barry
and. Reserve Officer Richard
Hartsfield worked .separate
bailed sites on an area hunting,
club targeting the illegal
taking of turkey.
Around 7:25 a.m. Knowles
observed two individuals enter'
S\ithin 15-yards of the bait site
w\while one manipulated a turkey
call. Knowles left his
concealed ,location : and
approached the subjects. One&
of the hunters was found to be.


a Georgia resident -and had
failed to obtain a nonresident
hunting license and turkey
stamp. The 24-year-old hunter
was cited for the violations .
Knowles also .bited a 44-
year-old High Springs man
with attempting to take turkey
while within 100 yards of a
feeding station.
On March 21 Lt. Knowles.
conducted an investigation into
subjects entering ,the Raiford
Wildlife Management area
without checking in. At 6 a.m.
a vehicle entered the area at the
Shack Road'-entrance without.
stopping at the check-in"
station. Knowles stopped the
vehicle and conducted a license
and permit inspection. The 19-.
year-old -subject failed to
produce a quota hunt permit
that is required to enter the
area. Knowles cited the subject
for the violationn and issued a
written warning for no quota
hunt permit. ... .



FHP
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locations
for April
The Florida Highway Patrol
will be conducting driver
license and vehicle inspection
checkpoints during this month
in Bradford and Union
counties.


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precautions to ensure the safety of al attendees.
There will be, several locations in the livestock
barn, areas where hand sanitizers will be
available and all public bathrooms will be
stocked with anti-bacterial soap. Additional'
information will be available at the Bradford
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presented to the public by
defective vehicle equipment,
troopers will concentrate their
efforts on vehicles; being
operated with defects such as
bad brakes, worn tires and
defective lighting equipment.
In addition, attention will be
directed to drivers who would
violate the driver license laws
of Florida.
The patrol has found ,the
checkpoints to be an effective
means of enforcing the
equipment and driver license
laws of Florida while ensuring
the protection of all motorists.
Union County
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Lake Butler, SR-121 -in
Raiford, north of Raiford and
in Worthington Springs, CR-16
west of Starke, CR-18 westEof
Worthington Springs, SR-231
south of Lake Butler, CR-229
north of SR-121, CR-23:1
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SR-230 east of Starke, CR-
100A east of Starke, CR-231
in Brooker, CR-225 west -of
Lawtey, CR-225 at CR-2-27,
CR-229 north of Starke,
Speedville Road, CR-221 lin
Hampton, SW 75th Ave. West
of Starke, CR-18 at CR-221,.
CR-18 in Hampton, CR-225
east of Lawtey, CR-225 at CR-
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SFCC spring
r_ -_art -festival--
showcases an
array of art
As a boy, Jacksonville artist
Bill Slade became mesmerized
by the fluid sculptures created
by Corning glassblowers at the
1964 New York World's Fair.
"I was in awe from that first
time. That's how I got started,"
said Slade, who will make his
25th appearance at Santa Fe
Community College's Spring
Arts Festival April 2-3.
The 36th annual festival is 9


B-U Vo-Tech
announces
new classes
The Bradford-Union Vo-Tech
Center is offering two new
quilting classes Mondays.
April 18 May 16 and
'Tuesdays, April 19 May 17.
The Vo-Tech Center will
administer the test for Graduate
Equivalency Diploma (GED)
next in April, as follows:
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday
and Thursday, April
11,12,13,14, at 5:30-9 p.m. at
Bradford Union Area Vo-Tech
Center.
Orientation for the. April
GED test will be offered on
'Monday, April 11, at 4:30
p.m.
For further questions call
966-6764.

Vanous
Scholarship
Established at
LCCC
Ken and Pat Vanrious of Lake
City have generouslN
established the Cathryn Collin-
Vanous Endowed Scholarship
in honor of Ken Vanous'
mother. The scholarship will
benefit Lake City Community
College music students as a first
priority and then LCCC general
scholarship students.
Foundation Executive
Director Mike Lee said, "The
gift will be submitted to .the
state- of Florida with the
expectation that LCCC ;:;
receive matchingig funds,"
which shc"uld double the
endowment."
In addition to. the scholarship.
Ken Vanuos donated to the
college his mother's extensive
collection of musical piano
arrangements from' the 20s to
the 50s. NMany of the
arrangements feature covers
depicting beautiful. period
artwork from the Jazz Era- to the
"Bobbysoxers."
-.Eighty years ago at seven
years old. Cathryn Vanous
began her public singing career
at school, church, and family
gatherings. By age 12 she was a
featured singer on radio stations
in Cedar Rapids, Ioywa.
Primarily a blues singer,
Vanous could handle a wide
range of singing arrangements.
-In 1933 at the age of 16. she
recei',ed a scholarship to Coe
College School of Music in
Cedar Rapids and continued her
singirig career for many years
with orchestras and on the
radio. She eventually signed
c-ontr-ctcs vith Ted Weems and
Ted Fio-Rito throughout me
MidH'est.
Her profersional career took
second place when she fell in
.'.e arid married Emrnie Vanous.
Eventually. after raising two
sons. her husband's health
;:e,- :hierr: to move to Lake
Chiy fa. be near .their family.
Cathr~n now lives at Dowling
Park and to thir day, she
remembers the words to all the
songs she performed throughout
her career. "
After moving to Lake City,
Cathryn's love of music led her
S to enjuy evenings at L(CC
concert events featuring Harry
SWuest, LCCC band director and
Alfonzo Levy, LCCC
benefactor. Now, for years to
come, Cathryn Collins Vanous
will enrich and influence the
futures of many .students
seeking a career in music due to
the generosity of her family.
If you would like to learn
more about changing the future
of a student's life while at Lake


City Community College, call
Lee at (386) 754-4433. There is
more than one way to give the
gift of educationto students.
Just ask.


a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Saturday, said Slade, whose unique solid career. A nurse for 21 years, 130,000 visitors and helped Area,whereworksyb.ydz---
April 2 and from I to 5:30 glass sculptures can be found Leffel-Massengill bbega cn m----. ctri ea irate -fasprrng yqu-ng- artists t
p.m. _Sunday,-Apri-l3 on NE--in 35-mt Tr--cot rie-s fcT focusing on nlTei rt after her million to the local economy, displayed and sold.
First Street in Gainesville. The around the world. "I always husband passed away in 1995. according to a University of Slade said his favorite ar
juried fine arts show has look forward to Santa Fe's "Art has been such a healing Florida study. Local non-profit festivals are those that suppo i
attracted some of the nation's festival because it is so well- process," said Leffel- groups wiJ1 serve an local communities.
top fine artists for the past run and the artists are really Massengill, who studied fine assortment of fooQd, while live "One of the most importar
three decades. Admission is taken care of. The people who arts at Florida State University music and entertainment, aspects of an arts festival i
free. attend are very, very and always knew "I was including jazz and rock music when the community is ou-
A total of $25,000 in cash knowledgeable of good art supposed to be an artist. and a variety of dancing and there enjoying it ani
and purchase prizes will be work." You're off in your own world- singing groups, is provided supporting it as.well," sai I-
awarded to artists in media Slace liken his works to where nothing can touch you throughout both days of the Slade.
including oil painting, "ethereal seascapes" since glass from the outside." festival on two stages. Youth The Santa Fe Communitr
watercolor, photography, is "always moving, and in Primarily a watercolor artist, entertainers will also be College 36th Annual Sprint.
graphics, sculpture, ceramics, constant motion. I'm always Leffel-Massengill recently -featured ...Arts Festival is sponsored by
jewelry, wood, glass and fiber. influenced by the water around began painting -with oils and The grounds of the historic S-FCC in conjuiictito with the.:
Last year, Slade took home me, whether it's the rivers, displayed them at the Coconut Thomas Center, at NE Second SFCC End o wme nI
the festival's Best of Show lakes, or the gulf here." Grove Art Festival in Street and Sixth Avenue, will Corporation, the City of
award in 3-D Mixed Media. For Karen Leffel-Massengill, February. This will be her third become a Kids' Art Jungle Gainesville and radio station
"I. prefer the festivals of Martin County, Florida, year at SFCC's Spring Arts featuring a' hands-on arts WKTK. For more information,'
because I like to meet my painting with vivid bold colors Festival. festival for families and contact Kathryn Lehman -
customers and talk to people," has been a cathartic second Last year, the festival drew children and a Youth Artists 352-395-5355.'


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Life is made up, not of
great sacrifices or duties,
but of little things, in which
smiles and kindness, and
small obligations given
habitually, are what
preserve the heart and
secure comfort.
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Section C: Thursday, March 31, 2005 Telegraph Times 614nitor


Local man enjoys picking' and singing for God
N Larry Richardson big names in country music, yet Christian. he picked it back up, playing it Richardson, a 77-year-old 9. He quit playing for
Larry Richardson was content Reading scripture, however, at churches and .camp- meetings Union County resident and a approximately a year after he
has devoted his banfl to put the banjo down and never changed Richardson's, attitude as he professed his love for God native of Galax, Va., had been
skills solely to gospel play agatn after he--bec.ame- concerning the instrument and and messedsd to others. playing the banjo since he was See PICKIN', p. 4C
music since becoming
a Christian in 1970.

By CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
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following information on roadu
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April s.
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closures from the dnion Cs
line to Starke while the
roadway is being milled and lAo CK CENTURYIR !S EV EN
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motorscyclists who may want to
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Laura Street and NE 1T'
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bridges which are being
replaced.
US-301: The outside ,,
southbound lane about pa milea'.t
south of Starke will be closed to
allow trucks entering and
leaving the Wal-ni Manrt g P GRAND K ORD WINDTAR BUICK REAL LS TOYOTA CAMRY
Supercenter site to be able to he Si1214
leave and enter US-301 safely.
SR-18: Crews will be .-
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of Worthington Springs. This is
a moving operation which man
slow down traffic. Motorists
should not pass in between the
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BMS students get chance to share talents


* The school hosts
an in-school talent
show for the second
straight year.

By CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer

Bradford Middle School
students did not spend the last
period of the school day on
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instructors sp'ak or reading
from text books. Instead, they
:enjoyed a time of dancing and
music.
It was, still a learning
experience, though, as the entire
student body filled the school's
gymnasium to watch some of
their peers participate in the
second annual BMS talent
show.
Cindy Hinson, BMS music
director, views the talent show
as a cultural experience for the


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students as they may witness a
type of dance they have never
seen before or listen to a type of
music they have never heard
before..
Also, participants learn'
commitment, responsibility and
Maritza Herres cooperative skills, Hinson said.
dances;her way .Commitment comes from
across the floor agreeing to participate in. the
of the Bradford show, responsibility from
-following through with that
Middle School commitment and cooperative
gymnasium. She skills from sharing their talents
was runner-up in and working with others.
the BMS talent A total of" 20 students
contest. comprising 10 acts participated
in the show. Katelyn Sims, \\ho
danced, ad Bethany Stockdale.
who played the guitar and sang,
finished in a tie for first place.
Maritza Herres earned second
place with her dance and Abbie
Clark, Benjamin Crews, Logan
Johnson,. Michael McRae, Katie
Tedder, Dawn Turner, Jamie


Katelyn Sims
danced her way'
into a tie for first
place.


Ward and Kasey .Warren
comprised the- third-place
winning "Sadie Hawkins
Dance" skit.
The students who participated
in the show had to undergo
tryouts before a panel of judges.
Students .comprising 40 acts
participated in tryouts before
judges narrowed the field down
to 10 acts.
Students also had to have a
GPA of at least 2.0 and no more
than two disciplinary referrals
to be able to participate;
Hinson said the talent show
began last year when numerous
students approached her about
the idea.
"Now it has becqime .,aq.
annual affair," she said.
One thing Hinson noticed
after last year's show was how
proud the students were of
themselves for participating.
That's a big deal for middle
school students, she said.
"Kids this age need all the
help they can get with self-
esteem," Hinson said.
Also performing in this
year's show were: Jalisa
Cunningham, Ryan DeSue,
Cheryl Dixon, Veronica Harris,
Britney Prezkop, Latasha
Smith, Sharaine Stephens,
Dawn Turner and Zanjia Zow.


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skit.


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BCtax
collector now
accepting
credit/debit
cards
1, Tax Collector Teila N.
Pearson recently announced
that the Bradford County Tax
Collector's office will provide
a new service enabling
residents to pay some county
obligations with a credit or
debit card.
Visit the Web site
bradfordtaxcollector.com to pay
property taxes,' sports licenses,
renewals for vehicles, vessels
and mobile homes.
Vehicle and vessel
registrations may also be
renewed with a credit oc.debit
card by calling toll free 877-
212-8463.
These new services are
provided by a .third party
vendor, Point and Pay, Inc.
(P&P). The company provides
credit and debit card processing
services for many' government
agencies through out Florida.
'A convenience fee, ranging
from a minimum of $2 to 2,95
percent, is charged to,
customers by Point and Pay.
The tax collector's office
does not retain any portion of-
the convenience fees.


Michelle Fox-is-aweight
loss specialist at the
center in Keystone
Heights and is a living
example of the
effectiveness of the
center's program as she
was able to lose more
than 60 pounds over a
period of five months
and has maintained her
desired weight for more
than a year. Pcan e
Fox said she has had in a s;
opportunities open up to
her that before she was her espe
too self conscious to caring a
participate in. Fox says to the cl
that having a weight strugglii
problem herself makes types of


ABOVE: Sharaine
Stephens (foreground)
and Jalisa Cunningham
performed a praise
dance at the talent show.
LEFT: Zanjia Zow (left)
and Latasha Smith
perform a step routine.


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Hunting for multi-colored goodies


LEFT: (L-R) Students from
Bradford Preschool
visited Windsor Manor
Nursing Home for an
Easter egg hunt and
found large amounts of
eggs which they shared
with the residents. RIGHT:
(Front) Kathleen-Oiler
smiles as her basket
slowly fills with eggs
given to her by students.
In the background,
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watches the fun from the
shade. BELOW LEFT: (L-
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Tiffany Nguyen and
Michael Lingold
investigate the contents
of their eggs. BELOW
RIGHT: Miguel Boris
hands Delores Drake a
few of his eggs. Some of
the/children gave away all
their eggs and, in its
place, enjoyed the
cookies and candy given
to them by the staff.


Sleep lab at
NFRMC to
host open
house
,When the clock springs
forward at 2 a.m. on Sunday,
April 3, many people will lose
something they can't afford -
sleep. To help area residents
adjust to the time change and
raise awareness about the
effects of sleep deprivation and
other sleep disorders, North
Florida Regional Medical
Center (NFRMvC) is hosting a
Sleep Lab Open House on
Monday, April 4, from 8 a.m.
to 6 p.m. and Tuesday. April'
5. from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
"Sleep is a basic necessity of
life. It's as important to our
health and well-being ask air,
food and water. How we sleep
at night has a great impact on
our general health as well as
our daily mood, behavior and
performance." said Peter
McCullagh. director of the-
Sleep Lab at NFRMC.
The open house will provide
free non-diagostic evaluations.
consultations with sleep
specialists, tours of the sleep
lab, information about the
benefits-of quality sleep and
"tips for getting a good night's
rest.
According to the National
Sleep Foundation, the average
adult needs eight hours of sleep
every'night. More than one-
third of 'American adults,
however, sleep for less than
seven hours a night. The
National Sleep Foundation
says this lack of sleep
interferes with the daily
activities of approximately 35
percent of adults.
Many of these people may
have a sleep disorder and not
even know it. The National
Sleep Foundation also says 95
percent of people affected by
sleep disorders are not
diagnosed. -
The sleep lab at NFRMC is
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activity, blood pressure, heart specialists to solve their sleep
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PICKING'
Continued from p. 1C

-was saved March 15, 1970. He
viewed the instrument as a part
of the life he wanted to put
behind him.
Then Richardson read Psalm
150, which mentions praising
God "with stringed
instruments."
"That started me into another
route," Richardson said, who
has played and recorded
nothing but gospel music since.
'That route included hooking
up with gospel singer Billy
Kelly and traveling the country
with him. Even now,
Richardson said he and his
wife, Frances-a Union County
native-will just pack up one
day and travel, spreading the
word of God, singing and
playing music on the instrument
he taught himself to play while
recovering from an
appendectomy as a child.


"I never did have anybody
show me anything much,
hardly," Richardson said of
being a self-taught banjo player.
He may not, have received
much in the way of lessons, but
Richardson was just one
musical member of his family.
His brother also played banjo,
his sister played mandolin, his
mother played guitar and his
father played fiddle. The rest of
his family quit playing,
however, once he "got going,"
Richardson said.
His family certainly helped
develop his interest in music,
but Richardson also gives credit
to the fact that his family had a
radio. It enabled him, and quite
a few other people, to listen to
music. Richardson said most
people who lived around his
family did not own radios.
"People would come to our
house and listen to music a lot
of times," Richardson-said. "It
was like going to a show for
them."
Richardson chose his style of
playing the banjo from listening


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to Earl Scruggs. The "Scruggs-
style" is a three-finger picking
method' and it 'appealed to
Richardson. He figured he
would give it a go.
"I heard Earl and thought, 'If
he can play 'it, so can I,'"
Richardson said.
His playing took him all over
the country and also into
Canada and the Bahamas. It
also gave him the opportunity
to play with Bill Monroe.
Richardson recalls playing a
double bill with George Morgan
when Morgan told him that
Monroe was interested in
having Richardson join his
band. Richardson told Morgan
he would like to have a job with
Monroe.
The following week, Monroe
called Richardson and asked
him if he wanted to be a
member of his Bluegrass Boys.
Richardson played with Monroe
in 1951 and 1952, earning $75 a
week.
"To me, Bill Monroe was one
of the finest fellows I played
with," said Richardson, who
also toured with performers
such as Chet Atkins, Little
Jimmy Dickens, Porter
Wagoner, Stony Cooper and
Wilma Lee.
Besides giving him
opportunities to play with such
people, Richardson's playing
was good enough to earn


awards, such as first place in
the National Championship
Country Music Contest in 1961.
Looking back on that award,
Richardson said he never
thought it was as big a deal as it
was made out to be. He
received a big trophy for his
championship, but it is
currently sitting in his garage
gathering dust, he said.
As a Christian, Richardson is
not concerned with earthly
rewards.
"I'm -looking forward to
something else that's going to
be better than all of that," he
said.
Richardson has his eye on
heaven and he's doing his part
to make sure as many people as
possible join him there. He
never misses an opportunity to
witness to people, doing so
every time he leaves his house,
he said. Richardson even
witnessed to Monroe once,
telling him that being saved was
"the finest thing I had run into."
"Later on, I heard that Bill
got saved," he said.
Whether it's using his voice
,or using his banjo skills,
Richardson is praising God. It's
what he's been doing since he
got saved in 1970 and what he
plans to keep doing for the
remainder of kis days on earth.
"I'm just trying to work for
the Lord," Richhrdson said.


Larry Richardson (foreground) plays at an event in
1949, which featured a contest between him and Earl
Scruggs.


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1 for staff
,development
Wellness is,,.a, major focus as
Santa Fe Community College
(SFCC) suspends classes and
closes offices Friday, April 1;
for its fourth annual
Professional Development
Day. "
An 8:30 a.m. continental
breakfast and health fair kick
off the day in R-01. Employees
arid faculty can get body fat and
many other health screenings
and meet with the college's
personal trainer. There are
workshops and seminars to
expand their skills in a variety
of areas like grant waiting,
customer service' .and time
management.
Time is allotted for college
departments to meet for their
own professional development
activities.
The SFCC Police.
Department is available for
emergencies at 352-395-5519.
The college reopens Monday,
April 4.
"Human Resources is really
promoting wellness as a
background (or the day and has
arranged for wellness activities
to run all day long for those
who would like to participate,"
said Associate Vice President
for College Relations Bennke
Alligood.
The schedule for Professional
Development Day is on the
Human Resources Web site.
Go to Santa Fe's home page at
www.sfcc.edu !andclick on
Human Resources in the Index.
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14 UC lifters earn top-4


finishes at district meet


By CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Fourteen Union County boys'
weightlifters earned top-four
finishes at the district (sub-
sectional) meet on March 22 in
Interlachen, putting them one
step closer toward berths in the
state finals.
"By earning top-four finishes
at the district meet, lifters
qualified for a Class A sectional
meet on Wednesday, April 6, at
Union County High School.
That meet. is a lifter's last
chance to earn a trip to the state
finals, which will be held
Saturday, April 23, in
Gainesville.
Three Tiger lifters earned
district championships: Donnie
Clyatt (129-pound class), John
Adam Waters (169) and Jeremy
. Brown (219). Clyatt had a 430-
pound total, Waters a 550-
pound total and Brown a 680-
pound total.
Brown was involved in quite.
a battle with Interlachen's
Adrian Lumpkin. Lumpkin had


a 5-pound lead on Brown after
the bench press competition,
but Brown finished with an
overall total that was 5 pounds
better than Lumpkin after a
305-pound clean and jerk. The
clean-and-jerk total was a
personal record for Brown.
Five Union lifters were
district runners-up in their
respective weight classes:
Travis Harrell (119) 365-pound
total, Jarin Moorefield (169)
505, Ricky Lee (183) 510,
Kasey Nobles (238) 585 and
Steven Baggett (unlimited) 560,
Garrett Ellington (139),
Brendan Odom (199), Kevin
Alexander (219) and Eddie
Webster (238) each earned a
third-place finish. Ellington had
a 390-pound total, Odom a 535-
pound total, Alexander a 585-
pound total and Webster a 560-
pound total.
Union coach Will Dettor said
Alexander, who competes in the
same class as Brown, is
currently lifting the same total
that Brown was at this time last
season. Brown finished up last
season by earning a sixth-place


finish at the state finals.
"He's doing exceptionally
well," Dettor said of Alexander.
Brandon Shoup (154) and
C.J. Spiller (183) were fourth-
place finishers. Shoup had a
total of 440 pound and Spiller
had a total of 485 pounds.
Union, as a team, finished as
district runner-up to host
Interlachen, which outscored
the Tigers 76-62.
Dettor said the Tigers, as a
team, are lifting well right-now.
He said their last couple of
practices have been the best of
the season.
"We just keep getting
stronger every week," Dettor
said.
Brown and Waters, both state
qualifiers last season, continue
to be leaders on the team and
Harrell, Clyatt, Lee and Nobles
are just four lifters who have
really stepped up this season,
Dettor said.
The sectional meet the Tigers
will be hosting next week will
begin at approximately 11:30
a.m.


Jesse Vasquez competes in the clean and jerk for Keystone. He won the 119-pound
class.


10 Keystone lifters take


next step toward state


By CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer


KeN stone Heights will be
sending 10 boys' weightlifters
to a Class A sectional meet after
their performances at a sub-
sectional meet hosted by
Ke\ stone on March 23.
The top three lifters in each
class qualified for the sectional
meet, which will be held
Wednesday, April 6, in St.
Augustine. The sectional meet
is the last step for lifters in
earning berths in the state
finals.
Jesse Vasquez. Kraig
Passanante and Adam Baile\
won their respective weight
classes for the Indians. Vasquez
(I 19-pound class i had a bench
press of 175 pounds and a clean
and jerk of 175 pounds for a
350-pound total. Passanante
(219) had a 370-pound bench
press and a 275-pound clean-
and jerk for a 645-pound total.
Bailey (238) had a 285-pound
bench press and a 225-pound
clean and jerk for a 510-pound
total.
Keystone had two lifters
finish as runners-up: Joel
Morgan Il 391 and Mark
.Iohn on ir 1( I I M or ga n
compered-,with..just one other,


lifter in his class, so he
qualified for the state-
qualifying meet despite not
having a successful clean-and-
jerk attempt. He had a bench
press of 195 pounds.
Johnson had a 280-pound
bench press and a 255-pound
clean and jerk for a 535-pound
total.
Keystone lifters who placed
third were:. Josh McGilvery
(129) 165-pound bench- press,
140-pound ,clean and jerk, 305-
pound total; Randy Davids
(154) 205-220-425; Josh Stegall


(183) 255-235-490; Jeramy
Lewis (199) 265-255-520;
Rusty Riviere (unlimited) 325-
235-560.
Sean Leverette (154) and
Jeremy Thompson (unlimited)
will be alternates for the state-
qualifying meet by virtue of
.their fourth-place finishes.
Leverette had a 220-pound
bench press and a 200-pound
'clean and jerk for a 420-pound
total. Thompson had a bench
See KHHS, p. 6C


By CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Six Bradford boys'
weightlifters took the first step
in qualifying for the state finals
after their performances at a
Class A sub-sectional meet on
March 23 in Keystone Heights.
The top three lifters in each
weight class at the sub-sectional


meet will compete in a sectional
meet on Wednesday, April 6, in
St. Augustine for the right to
advance to the state finals. Four
of Bradford's qualifying lifters
won their respective classes:
Richard Mikell, William Splitt,
Levy Green and Eric Palmedr.
Mikell won the 154-pound
class with a 470-pound total,
(255-pound bench press, 215-
pound clean, and jerk), Splitt


won the 183-pound class with a
520-pound total (285-pound
bench press, 235-pound clean
and jerk), Green won the 199-
pound class with a 595-pound
total (340-pound bench press,
255-pound clean and jerk) and
Palmer won the unlimited class
with a 590-pound total (345-
pound bench press. 245-pound
clean and jerk).
Also earning berths for
Bradford in the upcoming
sectional-qualifying meet %\ere
Josh Oliver with a second-place
finish in the 129-pound class
and Wesle) Mann with a third-
place finish in the 238-pound
class. Oliver had a 315-pound
total (165-pound bench press.
150-pound clean and jerk; and
Mann had a 460-pound total
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Fins, Fur


and Tales


Stories from the outdoors in Clay,
Bradford and Union counties.


Big bass and


boss gobbler


By JOHN WHITFIELD
Contributing Outdoors Editor
Outdoors in the springtime has
'brought great success to many
local sportsmen hunters and
fishermen with our
youngsters doing exceptionally
well on opening day of the-
spring gobbler season and our
fishermen finding lots of bass in
recent tournament action.
Open boat tournament
A hearty congratulations to
Steve Nipper and Edward Allen -
winners of the March 12 Bald
Eagle Bait and Tackle Open Boat
Tournament on Little Lake Santa
Fe.
With an aggregate catch of
21.32 pounds, these two
fishermen took home the first-
place prize of $1,080 and
totaled $1,400 overall by also
catching the largest bass of the
day, a nice 8.52-pounder. What a
great day, under cloudy and
overcast conditions, too.
Joey Tyson, owner of The
Bald Eagle Bait and Tackle, and
David Long, local professional
fisherman with BASS,
sponsored, offered and worked
the tournament, which paid out
$3,000 in cash prizes!
Tyson said, "There were 42
boats that entered and they left
the landing at safe light, about
6:30 a.m. on Saturday morning.
At the 3 p.m. weigh-in, we
counted 60 bass, with 59 being


released after weighing."
Fantastic!
Tyson also wanted to thank
the many sponsors who
provided giveaways for our
area fishermen: Interstate
Battery, Hitchcock's, Tony's
Four by Four, True Value,
Henry's and Alfie's Liquors,
Hawthorne Bait, Ann's
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Top five teams
Here are the top five teams,
as. they finished:
Steve Nipper and Edward
Allen-21.32 pounds, and the
largest bass- 8.52 pounds.
Donn, House and Keith
Chapman- 16.19 pounds.
Tommy and Larry Studstill-
13.87 pounds.
Daryl and Brandon
Williams- 13.47 pounds.
Tommy and David Parish-
12.86 pounds.
A great job, by the fishermen
and by the tournament providers.

A 'second chance' bass
Scott Kicklighter (see photo)
caught this beautiful 1-pound
bass recently in an "unnamed"
pond. (OK, we all know what
that means... Kicklighter isn't
telling his secret location.)
Kicklightet was fishing alone
in his boat around 5 p.m. one
evening and was using small jerk
worms, without much luck -
slow trolling and casting.
He decided to put on a larger


lure and settled in on a big
spinner bait and circled around
for another pass, covering again
the same water he had just
fished.
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bigger lure, the bass hit and took
off. Kicklighter said, "I forgot
my landing net and had to lip the
fish in. That was scary. I thought
I might lose it at the boat." -
That' was a gorgeous fish.
Good fishing, Scott.
Opening day for spring
gobblers
We have heard of at least
seven local sportsmen who


harvested a gobbler opening
weekend, including several of
our youngsters,, who got their
first bird.
Saturday morning, according
to his mother, Kay, Hunter Friis
(now, a guy named "Hunter" has
to be good, right?!), 13, was
hunting with his dad, Ned,
getting into. the woods well
before daylight and setting up
for a bird they had put to bed the
night before.
"Just before dawn," his
mother said, "there. were some
hoot owls' hooting and one
gobbler answered back to the


owls. The gobbler flew off the
roost and worked around the
edge of the pine flats, but would
not come out of the swamp.
They called up four hens and a
young gobbler. Hunter shot the
gobbler as it was running away
from the decoys, about a 15-yard
shot, with his 20-gauge and
number five shot.
"The turkey had a seven-and-
one-half inch beard. A larger
gobbler would never come out."
Nice going, Hunter.
Jake Pickett's gobbler
Young Jake Pickett, 10-year-
old son of Mike and Brenda
Pickett, has been battling
Burkett's lymphoma since
November. Jake has been in and
out of the hospital many times
these past five months. He has
responded very well to all of the
treatments and is doing much
better. He is very weak yet and
trying to rebuild his strength.
But Jake really wanted to go
turkey hunting with his dad..
The young man got some great
assistance from Brad Harvey, the
Spencer family and his dad.
Jake, while sitting in his dad's
lap in a blind, got his first
gobbler on the morning of
March 19!
Way to go Jake!
Your story and photos
Feel free to send in (via e-
mail, if possible) any stories and
photos of your fishing trips and
hunting adventures. Please.
include a brief recap, of all the
relevant facts, such as time of
day, how big, size gun, shot,
lure, decoy, boat ...any details
that others would find helpful or
interesting. Please e-mail these
to John Whitfield at
huntfishwriter@aol.com or 'mail
any hard copy or photographs to:
John Whitfield, P.O. Box 1989,
Keystone Heights, FL 32656., ,
Please include permission to
print. Photos are usually
returned in about two weeks. We
are especially interested ini'
youngsters, seniors and anything
unusual or really exciting!
Contact John Whitfield with
your hunting or fishing story, at
huntfishwriter@aol.com. You
can turn photos in at the offices
of the Union County Times (150
W. Main Street, Lake Butler), the
Lake Region Monitor (SR-21 in
Keystone next to State Farm
Insurance), or the Bradford
County Telegraph (Call Street
next to Santa Fe Community
College Andrews Center):


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Raines High School ip
Jacksonville. '


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BASEBALL

Hartley
delivers for
Tigers in key
district game

By CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Cdlint Hartley batted in the
Sgame-winning run, completing
a rally from a one-run deficit
and giving the Union County
baseball team a 3-2 win over
district opponent Santa Fe on
March 24 in Alachua.
The Tigers' win created a
logjam atop District 4-3A.
Union, Santa Fe, Bradford,
Keystone Heights and
IWnterlachen, as of press time,
each had two district losses.
Union, which is 3'-2 in the
district, has the best overall
record among district teams at
.9-3.
Santa Fe led 2-1 going into
the seventh inning. Tyler
O'Steen led off the top half of
the inning with a single for the
Tigers. He then stole second
and advanced to third on a wild
pitch. He scored on a single by
David Love.
Love stole second, then
scored the winning run on


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BHS


Continued from p. 5C

Jeremy Agan (119-pound
class) and Corey Williams
(1.99) each placed fourth and
will be alternates for the
sectional-qualifying meet. Agan
hdd a 210-pound total (95-
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clean and jerk) and Williams
had a 505-pound total (285-
pound bench press, 220-pound
clean and jerk).
Bradford hosted Clay prior to
the sub-sectional meet,
defeating the Blue Devils 45-39
on March 16.
Five lifters won their classes:


FISH
Continued from p. 6C

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"'This is a great way to help
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Anglers who plan on buying
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can save $250 on gear to outfit
the vessel if they buy the five-
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Hartley's single into left field.
Union scored its first run in
the third inning. Tim McNeal
reached on an error, Hartley
drew a walk and Austin Emery
hit an infield single to load the
bases. Michael Johnson
grounded into a double play,
but McNeal was able to score
on the play.
Johnson was one out shy of
pitching a complete game,
allowing no earned runs on five
hits-all singles. Johnson struck
out eight as he improved his
record,to 3-1. In five starts, he
has allowed 28 hits and eight
earned runs, striking out 37.
Brandon Davis, in relief,
faced one batter and struck'him
out.

BHS wins
pitchers'
duel on
Rhoden's hit

By CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Each team's starting -pitcher
put forth an incredible effort,
but it was Bradford reliever
Zach Prevatt who picked up the
win after Cole Rhoden drove in
a run in the bottom of the 101h
inning for a 3-2 .win over
District 4-3A _:opponent


Ryan Robinson (139) 190-
pound bench press. 95-pound
clean and jerk, 285-pound total;
Mikell (154) 250-210-460;
Splitt (183) 275-215-490;
Green (219) 345-265-610;
Palmer (unlimited) 330-235-
565.
Runners-up for Bradford
were: Agan (119) 100-100-200,
Oliver (129) 155-155-310,
Jerome Steele (169) 220-195-
415, Robbie Reed (183) 205-
205-410 and Williams (199)
265-215-480 .
The Tornadoes' third-place
finishers were: Garrett Delance
(I 19) 95-75-170, Jesse Rochelle
.(.154) 205-175-380, Mark
Wininger (169). 230-175-405,
Ben Carter (199) 265-210-475
and Mann (238) 275-175-450.


Interlachen on March 24.
Drew Jackson, who started
the game -for Bradford, and
Interlachen's Hunter Thomas
each struck out 20 batters.
Jackson allowed one hit, no
walks and no earned runs, but a
couple of' errors allowed
Interlachen to score twice and
eventually send the game into
extra innings.
Jason Smyth reached base for
Bradford on an error in the 10th
inning. He scored the winning
run on a single by Rhoden.
Smyth and Evan Denmark
each had an RBI single in the
second inning to put Bradford
up 2-0.
. Bradford (7-5) improved to
4-2 in district play. The
Tornadoes played district
opponent Keystone Heights on
Tuesday and will travel to St..
Augustine to play Pedro
Menendez on Friday, April 1, at
6 p.m.

Earlier result:

BHS 3 Clay 0
Three pitchers combined for
a shutout and Jackson and
Rusty Wood each homered in
the Tornadoes' 3-0 win over
visiting Clay on March 22.
Denmark, Preyatt and
Jonathan Duncan shut down the
Clay offense. Denmark (2-2),
"the Tornadoes' starter, allowed
one hit and one walk and had
four strikeouts in four innings.
Duncan allowed two hits and no
walks in two innings, while
Pre'vatt earned the save in the
seventh inning.
Jeremiah Johnson. scored
Bradford's first run in the
second inning off of a double
by Kyle Wilson.
The home runs by Jackson
and Wood both occurred in the
third inning. It was Jackson's
fourth home run of the season
and Wood's first career homer.
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SOFTBALL

Tornadoes

win second
straight
district game

By CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer


Kasey Barrett set the school's
single-game strikeout record
and Amanda Reed homered for
'the second straight game as the
Bradford softball team defeated
visiting Interlachen 7-1 in a
District' 4-3A matchup on
March 24.,
Barrett (6-4) struck out 17
batters to help the Tornadoes
improve to 6-2 in district play.
The only hit she allowed
occurred in the seventh inning.
That was a double which scored
the Rams' only run.
Reed drove in two runs with
her third home run of. the
season, putting heroin a tie with
older sister, Melanie for the
school's single-season record.
Tornado batters hit four
doubles, including two from
Roxann Jackson, who was 3-
for-3. Nikki Goolsby, who was
2-for-3, and Barrett each had
one. Allyne Norman was 1-for-
Jackson and Reed were
named Bradford's co-offensi'e
players of the week. Jackson, in
two games, was 5-for-7 with
three doubles, two RBI, two
stolen bases and four runs
scored. Reed was 4-for-7 with
two home runs, four RBI and
three runs scored.
The team's defensive player
of the week was Barrett, who
allowed five hits and one
earned run in 13 innings. She
had a total of 30 strikeouts.
Bradford (7-5 overall) played
district opponent Santa Fe on
both Tuesday and Wednesday.
The Tornadoes will play in a
tournament-the Kissimmee
Classic-Thursday, Friday and
Saturday. March 31-April 2.


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Earlier result:

BHS 11 Ft. White-1 --
Jackson and Reed each had
two RBI and Barrett struck out
13 batters in the Tornadoes' 11-
1 win over district opponent
Fort White on March 22 in Fort
White.
Reed was 3-for-4 with a
home run and a double, 'while
Jackson was 2-for-4 with a
double. Barrett was 3-for-4 'and
Courtney Cummings was 2-for-
4.
On the mound, Barrett
allowed four hits.

Indians make

quick work
of district

foe Ft. White

By CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Keystone Heights had no
problem rebounding from a
District 4-3A softball loss, '
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The Indians were coming off
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hits in all.
Kasey Fagan and Karlyn
Reddish each went 3-for-4,
Cherish Beck, Nikki Houser,
Ashley Steimke and 'Donna
Wheeler were each 2-for-3 and
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Suit's hits were doubles, while
Houser, Reddish and Steimke
each had one double.
Fagan was the winning
pitcher, allowing two hits as she
Improved her record to 5-1.
The win gave the Indians (12-
2) a 6-2 record in district play.
Keystone will host district
opponent Interlachen on
Monday, April 4, at 7 p.m.
On Tuesday, April 5, the
Indians host Orange Park at 6
p.m.

Earlier result:

Santa Fe 4 KHHS 2
The sixth inning provided all
of. the game's runs, but
unfortunately for Keystone,
host Santa Fe hadamore as the
Indians lost 4-2 on March 23 in
Alachua. .
Keystone became the first
:district-team to score against
Santa Fe. Prior to Tuesday, the
Raiders had outscored
opponents 57-2 in six district
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