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Title: Union County times
Uniform Title: Union County times (Lake Butler, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Sprintow Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Lake Butler Fla
Creation Date: April 14, 2005
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Lake Butler (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Union -- Lake Butler
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Library needs
your
donations
The Union County Public
Library is planning to hold
a community yard sale on
Saturday, June 4. All
proceeds will benefit the
library's building fund for
the new library. Donations
for the sale are needed.
.They can be made during
the month of May at the
library. Furniture,
household items, and toys
are some of the items the
-library is looking to sale.
Clothing is the only item
donors are asked not to
bring. For more information
call (386) 496-3432.


LBES
kindergarten
orientation
takes place
Lake Butler Elementary
School will hold
kindergarten orientation on
Thursday, April 28, from 8
a.m. until 10 a.m. All
participants will meet in the
cafeteria.
Parents or guardians
must have all paperwork
turned in for their child to
participate in the
orientation. This includes a
,.BES registration packet, a
ftate certified birth
certificate, Florida shot
record, Florida physical and
social security card.
During the orientation
children will meet with
teachers while parents join
principal Linda Johns in the
music room for
refreshments. For more
-information call (386) 496-
3047.


FFA holds
annual
banquet
The Lake Butler FFA will
hold its 64th annual
banquet on Thursday, May
5, at the Union County
High School cafeteria.
Dinner will be served from
6 to 7 p.m. The awards
program will begin at 7:15
p.m. in the auditorium. For
more information call (386)
496-4196.


Caregivers
support group
meets in LB
Family Caregivers and
Grandparents Raising
Grandchildren Support
group will meet on
Wednesday, April 20, at the
Lake Butler Hospital /Hand
Surgery Center located on
SR-100 in Lake Butler. The
meeting will begin at 5:30
p.m. Respite and sitter
reimbursement
opportunities are available "
for the event. For more
information call (800) 717-
3277.


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.


Driver leaves scene


UCSO raid gets LB

man arrested


By JAMES REDMOND
Times Staff Writer-


premises and two vehicles
outside the house. In the house
deputies found torn open
haggies with traces of cocaine


An early morning raid by inside. They also located a
the Union County Sheriff's. cigar leaf containing marijuana
Office (UCSO) ended up with in the suspects bedroom.
the department seizing two According to Johns, deputies
vehicles, found one pill bottle
S", Anthony George, 39, of containing 5.1 grams of crack
.--Lake Butler was charged with cocaine in a truck .parked in
one count of cocaine front of the residence. The
possession with the intent to Nissan truck was registered to
sell after deputies served a George. Also found was one
search warrant on George's baggie containing 5 grams of
house. According to powered cocaine. One empty
investigator Mac Johns, a pill bottle had traces of cocaine
search service team assembled as well.
at the UCSO at.approximately According to Capt. Garry
.,.... .. ,.....,.,.5 a.m. on April 9. The team Seay of the UCSO, the
S. .. ....- .. consisted of deputies from the department also seized a 1995
"v .IT ..UCSO, the Bradford County Freightliner tractor-trailor
Sheriff's Office and the during the raid. "We have
Florida Department of evidence the truck was
Corrections. purchased using drug funds,"
S. '- According to Johns' report, said Seay.
at approximately 5:12 a.m. the

,.' :, team arrived at 50 N.W. l01,
:team arrived at 50 N.W. George was also arrested on
Ave. to execute the search three outstanding warrants. All
After running a stop sign and being hit by a Ford Ranger, the driver of the above warrant. After approximately were from Union County. Each
pictured Oldsmobile decided not to stick around. He ran from the scene of the 45 seconds, George opened the was for one count of
accident and was picked up by a another vehicle several blocks away. As of press rear door of the residence and possession of cocaine with the
time, he had not bqen located. It appeared that the driver of vehicle sustained no was immediately taken into intent to sell. George's bond
injuries. Union County EMT Wayne Clemons (left) and paramedic Brian Shull custody. was set at $40,000 and he
(right) check the vehicle for any signs the occupant was injured. The driver of the Once the house wase. e. remained in the Union County
Once the house was seur in the Union Count
Ranger was not injured either. team members searched the Jail as offesstime.- -




Pinwheels bring attention to child abuse


By JAMES REDMOND
Times Staff Writer
In 2004, the Florida
Department of Children and
Family Services (DCF)
reported 126 cases of child
abuse in Union County.
On April 6., the"
Bradford/Union Child Abuse
Prevention Task Force placed
126 pinwheels on the-front-
lawn of the Union County
Courthouse to bring light to
this situation. "The pinwheels
represent childhood and are
very eye catching," said Annie
McPherson, director of the task
force. "They are an excellent
representation of the innocence
of childhood."
McPherson said the
taskforce hopes the display
will help people understand
how big a problem child abuse
actually is. "The 126
pinwheels give people a visual
aid as to just how rnany
children were abused in Union
County," said McPherson.
"We only counted the cases
that had positive findings."
She said that for every case
that has positive findings, there
are many more that don't even
get reported. "It's a very
conservative number," said
McPherson. "DCF has
numerous cases, that they are
unable to prove abuse is
happening."


The task force did the
display in April because it is
National Child Abuse
Prevention Month. In 1983,
President Ronald Reagan
signed.. ., proclamation
declaring April as such. Every
president since has followed in
his footsteps.
President George Bush's
2005 proclamation states that
our nation has a responsibility
to build a safe and nurturing
society so that our young
people can realize their full
potential. McPherson said that
message is the goal of the task
force. "Our goal is to rally the
community to understand what
'they can do to assist and
encourage the families in their
own communities," said
McPherson.
Throughout the month of
April supporters of the cause
are asked to wear blue ribbons.
"The simplest way of all to
raise awareness may be to hold
a blue ribbon campaign in your
community," said McPherson.
"Wearing the ribbon lets others
know you care about
preventing abuse."
-The task force is sponsored
by the Child Abuse Prevention
Project (CAPP), located at the
University of Florida's College
of Medicine, Department of
Pediatrics. CAPP has been
serving the North Central
Florida community since 1983..


Above: The Bradford/Union Child Prevention Abuse Task Force placed 126 pinwheels in
front of the Union County Courthouse on April 6. Each pinwheel represented a child that,
had been abused in Union County during 2004. For more see related story.


The group provides a number
'of services to the local
community. Parent education
and support, community
education and training and
consultation are just a few of


the many functions the' group
-helps prevent child abuse with.
The group helps local task
forces, like the Bradford/Union
task force, gather information
about community needs with


regard to family support. It
also helps the group work
toward goals the local task
force sets.


See ABUSE, p. 3A


Researcher says beware of mosquito control claims


Recent rains and rising
temperatures can mean only
one thing-mosquito season
will soon be upon us.
With it comes the fears of
mosquito-borne diseases that
mosquitos can transmit to
humans. The recent findings of
a horse in Raiford contracting
Eastern Equine Encephalitis
have University of Florida
officials cautioning consumers
about the promises of
mosquito control devices.
'It is unfortunate that many
advertisements take advantage
of the concerns we have to
protect family' members from
mosquito-borne disease," said
C. Roxanne Rutledge, an
assistant professor with the
university's department of
entomology and nematology.
Rutledge points out that. the
devices companies offer to
eliminate what is jokingly
known as "Florida's state bird"
do not really do so. "Mosquito
control, which is what these
devices offer, and mosquito-
borne disease prevention are
not the same," said Rutledge.


She said mosquito-control only
involves reducing populations
of mosquitoes. This technique
only serves to limit the number
of mosquito bites in a given
area.
With mosquito-borne
disease prevention, individuals
take responsibility to protect
themselves from any mosquito
bite. "The process involves
personal protection, such as
wearing mosquito repellent,"
said Rutledge. "The devices
consumers use for mosquito
control are not considered a
means of disease protection."
Mosquito trapping devices
are one new popular method of
mosquito control. According to
Rutledge, most modern
mosquito trapping devices use
carbon dioxide to lure
mosquitoes to the device. Once
the insect comes in the vicinity
of the device, a fan sucks the
insects into the device and into
-a collection bag. Once in the
bag the mosquito is trapped
and dies. The devices range
from $300-$1,400 in price.
"While the traps will catch


- mosquitoes, a full bag may be
a minute percentage of all the
blood sucking female
mosquitoes in the area," said
Rutledge. "This will not likely
impact the large populations of
mosquitoes." There are no
scientific publications that
show the devices to be
effective for actually
controlling mosquitoes,
reducing their populations or
reducing biting rates under the
range of conditions likely'to be
found in different homes."
According to Rutledge,
some advertisements claim that
the trap will decimate a
mosquito population in four to
six weeks. "The life span of an'
adult mosquito varies, but
populations of many
mosquitoes, that are the target
of these devices, will often
begin to decline naturally
within a few weeks if let
alone," said Rutledge.
"Particularly if rainfall is
intermittent and if professional
mosquito control is
conducted."
While Rutladege is skeptical


of the devices claims, she said
there may be some
circumstances--whcr-e-- the
mosquito trapping devices can
indeed reduce mosquito-biting
activity in a small area for a
specific period of time.
"Several factors would have to
be optimal for this to be true,"
said Rutledge. These factors
are:
There should be little wind
to disrupt the attractive carbon
dioxide cloud.
The mosquito numbers are
low to begin with.
The attractant plume of
carbon dioxide is large enough
to outcompete other attractants
such as the attraction from
groups of people or animals.
Rutledge said the only.
available information on how
well the these devices work are
from the testimonials of the
people who purchased them.
"These accounts do not
incorporate controlled studies
or proper data analysis," said
Rutledge. "As with other such
products, buyer beware is still
good advice."


Another device that
promises relief are known as
mosquito control timed spray
-systems- T-he-dev ice includes
insecticide spray nozzles
connected by tubing that are
installed around fence lines
and the perimeter of the house.
Tubing is connected to a
reservoir of insecticide and
released in time regulated
intervals.
"In order to reduce the
number of biting mosquitoes,
one must monitor several
variables and respond with
appropriate control measures
that are specific for the
intended pest species," said
Rutledge. "Mosquito control
timed spray systems lack the
human element that is critical
for effective and
environmentally proper
mosquito control."
For the method to be
effective consumers would
have to:
Properly identify the pest
species.
See CONTROL, p. 2A


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CONTROL
Continued from p. 1A
Consider the behaviors of
various species.
: Monitor population
density, landing rates, trap
dounts and larval development.
Monitor the weather.
i "It is against good mosquito
control practices to advocate
automatic release of pesticides
simply based on a timer," said
4utledge. "Effective and
efficient mosquito control
programs respond to mosquito
destiny "
Rutledge said that proper
t ming of an application is
Critical. "It can be very
difficult to time a mosquito
(dulticide application that
s ecifically targets resting or
flying mosquitoes," said
I utledge.
Because the system relies on
ime release and not
monitoring, it leads to
inappropriate applications.
'Inappropriate applications can
contributee to insecticide
olerance and resistance in
insects and may contribute to-
environmental problems."

Ultrasonic devices
Ultrasonic devices include
products that are designed to
be worn around the neck or
wrist or attached to a belt, to
repel mosquitoes. The devices
create sounds that mimic male
mosquitoes or dragonflies. In
theory, the sounds are suppose
to frighten female mosquitoes
away.
"These claims are
unsubstantiated," said
Rutledge. "Female mosquitoes
in search of a blood meal do
not fly away from male
rhosquitoes." Rutlede said
neither male or female
mosquitoes retreat from areas
where dragonflies are present.
One Florida company was
Charged with making false
advertising claims about the
devices. In August 2002, the
Federal Trade Commission
.(FT C) chargedI
MosquitoContro products with
making unsubstantiated claims
in the advertising of their
ultrasonic products. The
products were battery-operated
and cost in the range of $10-
$20. The line included a
bracelet ,,key chain and
tabletop model.: According, to'
the FTC, there isno competent
ori'eliable evidence to support
the claims made for the
products.
While other manufacturers
continue to distribute the
devices, there has been no
evidence that has shown the
, devices kill, repel or protect
humans or animals from biting
mosquitoes. "The devices that
do remain on the market are
very careful about the claims.
they make," said Rutledge.


'Bug, zappers and
other control
methods
Bug.zappers use ultraviolet
light to lure mosquitoes into a
trap that will electrocute them.
Besides attracting mosquitoes,
the devices attract many types
of insects such as moth and
"beetles. Several studies have
shown the zappers kill other
types of insects more often
.,ihan they kill mosquitoes. The
studies have also shown the
devices do not reduce the
number of biting mosquitoes.
Some people have even tried
a natural approach to their
mosquito problem. Releasing
bats and purple martins into an
area has been thought to help
control mosquito problems.
The belief is that the animals
-Till eat all the mosquitoes and
thus, no more problem.
While bats and purple
martins do eat mosquitoes, just
like most organisms, they
enjoy a variety of food
sources. "Mosquitoes make up
a very small portion of the diet
of bats and birds," said
Rutledge. "Species that rely on
one source of food can quickly-
be eliminated if there is a
shortage or complete halt to
Their food supply."
Rutledge said relying on
these this type of control
method, especially during
times of high risk exposure, is
not prudent. "There is no doubt
they will consume them, but
not in sufficient numbers to
demonstrate an appreciable
reduction of biting
mosquitoes," said Rutledge.
Rutledge also warns of
products that claim to be
natural, thus making them safe.
"Unfortunately, the wording
can be misleading for the
uninformed individual," said
Rutledge. "Products made of,
or derived from, something
natural does not necessarily
mean it is safe or non-toxic."
Remember salt is natural, but
not necessarily safe." Rutledge
I-


said safe or natural products
may also have trade-offs that a
buyer must consider. "They
may not be as effective as
other methods," said Rutledge.
Some products have claimed
to reduce the threat of West
Nile virus. "Advertisements
that claim to reduce West Nile
or any other mosquito-borne
disease are inappropriate and
misleading," said Rutledge.
"There are no devices that
have been shown to have an
impact on reducing mosquito-
borne transmission disease."
According to Rutledge,
repellents containing DEET
are the most effective for
personal protection from
mosquito bites. Repellents are
applied to directly to an
individual and do not rely on
controlling a population. It is
one of the most effective
mosquito-borne disease.
prevention techniques known,
short of not going outdoors.
For more information about
mosquito control visit the
university's web site at
http://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/.
James Redmond" can- be
reached at (386) 496-2261 or
jamesredmondl @yahoo. corn


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 fropt 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
cream. They will also 'be
entered into a drawing to
win a new Pontiac G6. For
more information call (352)
334-1000.


Historical
society
accepts
items .
The Union County
Historical Society accepts
his&titwatl-i temsn6-- for- ,ithe- a
museum every Monday
from 9 a.m. until nobon
Items can be taken to the
Townsend Building located
on SR-100 in Lake Butler.
For more information
contact Cindy North at
(386) 496-3044.


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

UCHS 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.


There Is no such fish as
a sardine. Canned
sardines are generally
young herring.


Centers short Three Rivers


on type 0
blood
LifeSouth Community Blood
Centers is in emergency need of
type 0 blood donors.
As of Thursday, April 7, the
blood center reported they have
25 percent of their normal
supply of type 0, more than
300 units less than optimum,
throughout their 16 regions in
Alabama, Florida and Georgia.
About 44 percent of the
population is either O-positive
or O-negative and it is a critical
blood type for hospitals,
especially trauma centers, to
have available to treat
emergency patients. The
shortage is the result of an
increase in demand from many
LifeSouth-served hospitals and
weak donations due to spring
break and weather conditions
during the past several weeks in
some areas, LifeSouth officials
said.
Because many other blood
centers are experiencing similar
shortages, LifeSouth's attempts
to get help from other
community banks have not been
successful. Blood donors must
be at least 17 years old, weigh
110 pounds or more, and show
a photo I.D.
Please call toll free at (888)
795-2707 to make an
appointment to donate at one of
LifeSouth's 22 donor centers in
Alabama, Florida and Georgia.
The Gainesville center can be
reached directly at (352) 334-
1000.
For more information about
donation locations and times,
please visit wwvw.lifesouth.org.
If established times are not
convenient, LifeSouth will be
happy to schedule a special
appointment time.
LifeSouth is a nonprofit,
volunteer blood center
supplying more, than 110
medical centers in Florida,
Alabama and Georgia.


B-U Vo-Tech
to hold 8th
grade open
house
Bradford-Union Area
Vocational Technical Center is
hosting "an Open' House- for
eighth grade students and their
parents oh Tuesday, April 26,
from 5-6:30 p.m.
Those attending will be
provided with a tour of the
campus, informational and
hands-on presentations by
program instructors and
refreshments.
Come join the fun and learn
about new possibilities for
high school and career
opportunities.

Body of
Christ
Assembly to
celebrate
The Body of Christ-
Assembly COGIC will
celebrate its 34th church
anniversary Tuesday through
Friday, April 19-22, at 7:30
p.m. and Sunday, April 24, 11
a.m. and 5 p.m.
The public is invited.
Elder Jacob D. James is
pastor.


Revival
service at
Grace
Christian
Fellowship
A revival service is set for
Grace Christian Fellowship
Baptist Church April 17-20
featuring 3-foot-10-inch
evangelist James Croft from
Olustee.
Sunday services will be at 11
a.m. and 6 p.m.; Monday
through Wednesday at 7 p.m.
The church is off CR-18 in
Worthington Springs at CR-
238A.
Special music will be
performed during each service.
For information, call Pastor
Terry Elixson Sr., 386-496-
3583.


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implements
legal helpline
Three Rivers Legal Services,
Inc. which provides legal help
for low-income people, has
implemented a Legal Helpline
in its Jacksonville office.
Callers will have the
opportunity to receive advice
and brief services over the
telephone from trained legal
staff. Callers will initially be
screened for income and
program eligibility. If
qualified, an appointment will
then be set for an attorney or
supervised paralegal to call the
client back.
By implementing the Legal
Helpline Three Rivers will be
able to provide more services
to more individuals in a briefer
period of time. Three Rivers
will also be able to reach
clients in the rural community
that would normally not have
the means to come into one of
its offices.
The helpline is being funded
by the Legal Services
Corporation. in addition Equal
Justice Works has provided
two A'rieriCorps Pro Bono
Legal Corps volunteer
attorneys to assist with the
.implementation of the helpline.
The two attorneys, Melissa
Long aid Julie Santioni, are
-responsible for recruiting.and
training law students "from
Florida Coastal School of Law
to help operate the helpline.
Three Rivers Legal Services
is a nonprofit organization that
provides free civil legal
services in 17 counties in
North Central Florida. Three
Rivers has its main office in
Gainesville, with branch
offices in Lake City and
Jacksonville. Attorney Allison
Thompson is the executive
director of the program.
Callers can reach the Legal
Helpline Monday through
Thursday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
by dialing toll free (866) 256-
8091.

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If you have knowledge, let
others light their candles at
it.
-Margaret Fuller


UCHS drama


dept off to


see the wizard


By JAMES REDMOND
Times Staff Writer
The Union County High
School drama department will
be off to see the wizard
beginning Thursday, April 14.
The department will be
putting on a production of
"The Wizard of Oz" all this
weekend. Performances will
begin Thursday, Friday and
Saturday, April 14-16, at 7
p.m. The Sunday, April 17.,
performance will begin at 3
p.m. Admission is $5.
The cast includes Jennifer
Lake as Dorothy, Katie
Crawford as Auntie Em,
Spencer Bell as Uncle Henry,
Lauren Allen as the wicked
witch of the west and Jaime
Stewart as Hilda the good
-witch of the south. Lake Butler
Middle School (LBMS) and
Lake Butler Elementary
School (LBES) have helped
the department as well.
Several- students from. both
schools will have supporting
roles in the production. Many
of LBES' students have parts
as munchkins in the play.
LBMS has provided the play


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grief support
Hospice of the Suwannee
Valley will host a support
group for those coping writh
the loss of a loved one. The
group will meet on
Thursday, April 21, 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.

Project GRAD
will meet
, -Awveary Tuesday at pima
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.


with many of its flying
monkeys.
While the play will follow
the television production of the
story, some of the play will be
somewhat modern. "We put
some modern twists in the
production to give it an up-to-
date flare," said UCHS drama
teacher Duane Archer. He,
Kelly Christie and Larae
Parrish are the directors for the
production.
On April 11, the cast was in
full dress rehearsal trying to
get their lines down. "You've
got to pickup the pace," Archer
said, directing the cast to help
make their lines floW better.
The production's stage crew
has erected two full sets on the
UCHS auditorium stage. "The
crew has worked hard to make
the auditorium into the Land of
Oz," said Archer. He also
complemented the play's
performers. "Each one of the
students has worked very hard
to get us where we are," said
Archer. "We will have a
wonderful performance."
James Redmond can be
reached at (386) 496-2261 or
jamesredmondl @yahoo.com


Pre-K early
learning
program
available
Union County Schools
will not be providing the
voluntary Pre-Kindergarten
program during the 2005-
2006 regular school year
due to restrictions
concerning class size
reduction. However, it will
be offering the Pre-K Early
Intervention Program. This
is a continuation of the
program it currently offers.
The program's eligibility
will still be based on income
or special needs. If you have
a child who will 'be .fouir-
years-old before September
1, 2005 and are interested in
enrolling in the Pre-K Early
Intervention Program, you
can call Pam Norman at
(386) 496-4833 for more
information.


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ABUSE
Continued from p. 1A

"This initiative is designed
with the philosophy that the
local community knows best
what needs to be done to
support families," said
McPherson. "It can also best
find the resources needed, the
gaps in service that exist and
who best to do the work that
needs to be done."
CAPP is also staffed with
licensed professionals and
paraprofessionals whose goals
are to enhance the nurturing
skills of parents. The staff also
tries to train the professional
community, such as doctors
and nurses, to recognize signs
of abuse as well as the
community at large.
According to CAPP's web
site 120,772 of Florida's
children were abused or
neglected in 2004. "Abuse and
neglect are far more reaching
than you might imagine," said
McPherson. "Children of all
races and ethnicities are
victims of child abuse."
McPherson said she
encourages anyone who would
like to help to join the task
force. "Prevention is the key to
stopping child abuse," said
McPherson. "That prevention
comes in the form of family
support." Helping parents cope
with certain situations, talking
to stressed out parents and
babysitting for parents are just
some of the ways people can
help their family and friends
turn a bad situation into a good
one.
The group holds monthly
meetings in Starke to help
educate local officials on the
problem of child abuse. Its
next meeting will be held
Monday, May 2, at the First
Presbertation Church located
on Call Street. The meeting
begins at 11:30 a.m. Those
interested in helping are
invited to attend.

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


St. James
AM E hosts
anniversary
The: St.. James AME
Church in.;Lake Butler. will
be'. tig itan annmver'e y i '
party for pastor Georgia
Edwards beginning
Thursday, April 28. The
celebration will be held
nightly until Sunday, May 1.'
Each evening service begins
at 7 p.m. and Sunday's
service begins at 3 p.m.
Friends, family and loved
ones are invited. There will
be a gift table available. For
more information call
Sandra Edwards at (386)
496-0925.

Caregivers
dinner at
Rhodes
"Caregiver's Dinner Box-
Fun and Socialization" for
caregivers and grandparents
raising grandchildren will
take place on Wednesday,
April 27, at Rhodes Bar-B-
Q in Lake Butler. The
dinner will start at 5:30 p.m.
Respite and sitter
reimbursement
opportunities are available
for this event. For more
information, please call
Mary Barker at (386) 496-
1358 or (800) 717-3277.
***
Keep your fears to'yourself;
share your courage with
others.
-Robert Louis Stevenson


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History program


In February, the Reception
and Medical Center (RMC)
presented a Black history
program with guests from the
Union, Bradford, Columbia
and Alachua county school
systems. The theme for this
year's presentation was "Afro-
American Coaches and the
Niagara Movement 1905-
2005."
Guest were principals from
elementary, middle and high
schools. Special guest speakers
included: Coach Tommie
Moore, Santa Fe High School,
Coach Scott Pritchett, Santa Fe
High School, Coach Charles
Moore, Ft. White High School,
Coach Annie Williams,
Bradford Middle School,
Coach Mark McGraw,
Bradford High School, Coach
Jeremiah Johnson, Lawtey
Community School, Coach
Adrian Tucker, Union County
High School and Coach Kyler
Cohen, Union County High
School.


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Other guest speakers
included: Warden Stephen
Sirmones, Lake Correctional
Institution, Assistant Warden
Mrs. Southerland, Lake
Correctional Institution,
Chaplin Hill, Lake
Correctional Institution,
Wellness Director Diane
"Fuller, Lowell Correctional
Institution, Coach Carter,
Lowell Correctional
Institution, Coach Calvin Bell,
Madison Correctional
Institution and Coach Green,
Florida State Prison.
The Union County High
School drum line and singer
Michelle Hunter performed
during the presentation. "The
guest speakers presented an
encouraging and positive
message to the staff and
inmates of RMC," said Ivory
Joe Hunter, a committee
member for the Black History
program. Other committee
members included: Mr. Tilton,
Ms. Perry, Mr. Kelly and Mr.
Crawford.


Students at Lake Butler Middle School recently participated in a schoolwide
spelling bee. After winning in their own classrooms, students advanced to the
schoolwide contest. Bryan Davenport (left) took first place in the schoolwide
competition. He then went on to the regional competition in Jacksonville where he
placed seventh overall. Davenport received a plaque and a Wal-Mart gift certificate.
Seated next to Davenport is Amanda Parrish (middle), who placed second in the
schoolwide competition and Stephanie Crosby (right) who placed third.


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LEGALS

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR UNION
COUNTY
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
No. 2005-CA-04
Mortgage Electronic Registration
Systems,
PLAINTIFF.
vs. I
Christie L Forsyth, et al.,
DEFENDANTS.
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
SALE
Notice is hereby given that, pursuant
to that Final Judgment of Foreclosure
dated March 30,2005, and entered in
civil case number 2005-CA-04, of the
Circuit Court of the 8th Judicial
Circuit in and for Union County,
Florida, wherein MORTGAGE
ELECTRONIC REGISTRATION
SYSTEMS, INC., is Plaintiff and
Christie L. Forsyth; Union County, a
political subdivision of the State of
lorida; Unknown persons) in
possession of the subject real
property, is/are Defendant(s), I will
sell to the highest and best bidder for
cash" at' 'the- UnionOCun-t9
Courthouse, Lake Butler, Florida,
Union County, Florida, at 11 :OOa.in.
on the 28th day of April, 2005, the
following described property as set
forth in said Final Judgment, to wit
A PARCEL OF LAND LYING,
BEING AND SITUATE IN SECTION
4, TOWNSHIP 6 SOUTH, RANGE
19 EAST, UNION COUNTY,
FLORIDA, MORE PARTICULARLY
DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS:
COMMENCE AT THE
SOUTHWEST "CORNER OF
SECTION 4, THENCE RUN
NORTH 00 DEGREES 59
MINUTES 37 SECONDS WEST,
ALONG THE WEST LINE OF SAID
SECTION 4, A DISTANCE OF
1297.48 FEET TO A POINT OF THE
SOUTHERLY RIGHT-OF-WAY
LINE OF.COUNTY ROAD NO. S-
796; THENCE RUN NORTH 87
DEGREES 52 MINUTES 20'
SECONDS EAST, ALONG SAID
SOUTHERLY RIGHT-OF-WAY
LINE, A DISTANCE OF 842.77
FEET TO THE POINT OF
CURVATURE OF A CURVE TO
THE LEFT; THENCE RUN
EASTERLY, CONTINUE ALONG
SAID SOUTHERLY RIGHT-OF-
WAY LINE, ALONG THE ARC OF A
CURVE CONCAVE NORTHERLY
AND HAVING A RADIUS OF
1472.40 FEET, A CHORD BEARING
OF NORTH 80 DEGREES 01
MINUTES 07 SECONDS EAST
AND A CHORD DISTANCE OF
402.38 FEET TO THE POINT OF
TANGENCY; THENCE RUN
NORTH 72 DEGREES 09
MINUTES 54 SECONDS EAST,
CONTINUING ALONG SAID
SOUTHERLY RIGHT-OF-WAY
LINE, A DISTANCE OF 1919.05
FEET TO THE POINT OF
CURVATURE OF A CURVE TO
THE RIGHT; THENCE RUN
EASTERLY, CONTINUING ALONG


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LEGALS LEGALS
SAID SOUTHERLY RIGHT-OF- UNDER OR AGAINST DONALD
WAY LINE, ALONG THE ARC OF A CARLOS NORMAN A/K/A DONALD
CURVE CONCAVE SOUTHERLY NORMAN: WANDA NORMAN; 3
ALONG A .RADIUS OF 1869.86 JOHN DOE AND JANE DOE AS
FEET, A CHORD BEARING UNKNOWNTENANTSIN
NORTH 80 DEGREES 21 POSSESSION
MINUTES 34, SECONDS EAST DEFENDANT(s)
AND A CHORD DISTANCE OF RE-NOTICE OF
533.04 FEET TO THE POINT OF FORECLOSURE SALE V
TANGENCY;. THENCE RUN NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
NORTH 88 DEGREES- 33 pursuant to an Order Granting thd
MINUTES 15 SECONDS EAST, Motion to Reset Foreclosure Sale'
CONTINUING ALONG SAID dated March 30,2005 entered in Civil!
SOUTHERLY RIGHT-OF-WAY Case No. 00-148 CA of the Circuit,
LINE, A DISTANCE' OF 293.97 Court of the 8th Judicial Circuit in and
FEET TO THE POINT OF for UNION County, Lake Butler,
BEGINNING OF THE Florida, I will sell to the highest andJ
HEREINAFTER DESCRIBED best bidder for cash at Front Lobby oft
PARCEL OF LAND; THENCE the UNION County Courthouse, 55,
CONTINUE RUNNING NORTH 88 W. Main Street, Lake Butler, Florida.
DEGREES 33 MINUTES 15 at11:00a.m.onthe28thday of Aprl,
SECONDS EAST, CONTINUING 2005 the following described property)
ALONG SAID SOUTHERLY as set forth in said Summary Final
RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF Judgment to wit n
COUNTY ROAD NO. S-796, A COMMENCING AT THE;
DISTANCE OF 286.56 FEET TO SOUTHWEST CORNER OF THE'
THE INTERSECTION OF THE N 1/2 OF NW 1/4 OF SW 1/4 OF
WEST RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF A SW 1/4, SECTION 26, TOWNSHIP
GRADED COUNTY ROAD; 4 SOUTH, RANGE 21 EAST FOR
THENCE RUN SOUTH 05 POINT OF BEGINNING; FROM.
DEGREESES13 MINUTES 01 POINTOFBEGINNINGASTHUS
SECONDSIEAST),ALONG.SAID DESCRIBED, THENCE: RUN
WEST RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE QF A SOUTH ON FORTY LINE 198J
COUNTY GRADE ROAD, A FEET, THENCE- RU.-EASST B6Qj
DISTANCE OF 152.34 FEET; FEET, THENCE RUN NORTH 198,
THENCE RUN SOUTH 88 FEET, THENCE RUN WEST 660r
DEGREES 33 MINUTES 15 FEET TO POINT OF BEGINNING,'
SECONDS WEST A DISTANCE OFr SAID LAND LYING AND BEING INi
286.56 FEET; THENCE RUN THE NW 1/4 OF SW 1/4 OF SW 1/4,
NORTH ,05 DEGREES 13 SECTION 26, TOWNSHIP 4,
MINUTES 01 SECONDS WEST A SOUTH, RANGE 21 EAST, AND:
DISTANCE OF 152.34 FEET TO CONTAINING 3 ACRES, MORE,
THE POINT OF BEGINNING, OR LESS.
UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA. MOBILE HOME DESCRIPTION:-.,
NOTE: Pursuant to the Fair Debt 1 996 FLEETWOOD IQ(
Collection Practices Act you are #FLFLT7OA24271GH21
advised that this law firm is deemed Dated this 30thda
to be a debt collector attempting to REGINA H. PARRISI-1
collect a debt and any information Clerk of the Circuit Court,
obtained will be used for that purpose. By: Julia Croft1
Dated the 31st day of March, 2005. Deputy CI erk
REGINA PARRISH IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE.
Clerk of Circuit Court AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES:
By: Julia Croft ACT, persons with disabilities
As Deputy Clerk needing a special accommodation'
CODILIS & STAWIARSKI,P.A should contact COURT
4010 Boy Scout Boulevard, Suite 450 ADMINISTRATION, at the UNIOIr
Tampa, FL 33607 County Courthouse at 904- 496-3839.
Telephone: (813) 877-6008 1-800-955-8771 (TDD) 1-800-955-,
C&S #10-04-4497 8770, via Florida Relay Service.
4/7 2tchg. 4/14 DAVID J. STERN. P.A.
2g./ 801 S. UNIVERSITY DRIVE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE SUITE 500
8TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND PLANTATION, FL 33324
FOR UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA (954) 233-8000
GENERAL JURISDICTION 4/7 2cthg. 4/14*
DIVISION
CASE NO. 00-148-CA PUBLIC NOTICE
UNITED COMPANIES LENDING The Union County School Board wie
CORPORATION be receiving sealed bids for the sale
PLAINTIFF of six (6) buses. Buses can be'
vs. viewed at the district bus garage..
DONALD CARLOS NORMAN A/K/A Bids should be turned in at the.
DONALD NORMAN, IF LIVING, District Bus Garage by Noon on
AND IF DEAD, THE UNKNOWN April 28, 2005. Bids will be opened at
SPOUSE. HEIRS. DEVISES, 1 p.m. on April 29, 2005. Successful
GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES, bidders must pay by cashiers check
LIENORS, CREDITORS, and remove bus from school board;
TRUSTEES AND ALL OTHER roperty by May 6,2005.
PARTIES CLAIMING AN orinformation, call 386-496-2045.
INTEREST BY, THROUGH, 4/7 21hg. 4/14


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Lake Butler Middle School Fifth grade straight A's: 1" row: Albert Brand, Tiffany Christian,
Garrett Crosby, Caleb Dukes, Morgan Dukes and Quaneshia Edwards. 2nd row: Khci
Graham, Kelly Gray, Priscilla Guthrie, Lindsey Hanson, Austin Harden and Brandon Hattie.


More Lake Butler Middle School Fifth grade straight A's: Amy Hicks, Kailee Hooten,
Michaeala Joyner, Brianna Langford, Kaleb Nobles and Ryan Perez. 2nd row: Sierra Rimes,
Adam Roddenberry, Jordane Spitze, Alana Stevens, Shelby Wooddell and Macee
Worthington.


Lake Butler Middle School Sixth grade straight A's: Constance Driggers, Chelsie Hersey,
Michael Howell, Megan Mobley, Brooks Palmer and Lenord White. Not pictured: Colby
Andrews, Hayden Brown, Linsey Clark, April Cornett, Kayla Drawdy, Amy Emery, Emily
Holmes, Randall Norman, Keaton Reynolds, Caleb Romrell, Lindsey Saunders, Michaela
Shannon, and Marissa Washington.


Lake Butler Middle School Seventh grade straight A's: Sara Howard, Gabby Perez and
Jordon Reynolds. Not pictured: Megan Adams, Taylor Chastain, Brittany Pittman, Roman
Poorman and Lauren Tomlinson.


Lake Butler Middle School Eighth grade straight A's: 1" row: Brady Clark, Cindy Crawford
and Brodie Ellis. 2nd row: Tyler Hamilton, Brenda Harden, Sarah Hughes and Brandi
Thornton.


Tribute Gift
Program
helps patients
A small rural hospital is
always in need of more
funding than it has and Shands
at Starke is no exception. The
Tribute Gift Program allows
anyone in the community to
help meet the needs of a large
number of patients who use the
hospital.
Funds donated through the
Tribute Gift Program are used
to supplement other funding to
purchase needed equipment,
expand the number of
"community outreach"
programs (providing
educational programs related
to health care) and defray costs
of medical care for people who
are unable to pay.
The Tribute Gift Program
can be made in memory of or
in honor of a loved one or
respected friend. It can be
made to recognize any special
occasion, as a get well wish for
a patient, etc.
Shands at Starke will notify
the person or organization of
your choice about your
donation. Just indicate that you
want this done and provide the
address.
There are two ways a gift
can be made. One is to
earmark it to be used in the
area of greatest need. The
other is to earmark it for the
Lillian Stump Endowment
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Stump is a longtime member
of the Shands at Starke
hospital auxiliary who has
volunteered a lot of time and
money to benefit the patients.
She donated a substantial
amount to act as the basis for
the endowment fund.
All donations to the Tribute
Gift Program are charitable
contributions and are tax
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to donate, send a check with
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check payable to Shands at
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Credit
counseling
now offered
Area residents are now able
to take advantage of
professional budget and credit
counseling in Starke.
Consumer Credit Counseling
Service, which has served the
mid-Florida area for 15 years,
is a nonprofit credit counseling
agency providing counseling,
debt repayment plans and
financial literacy education.
The agency provides
counseling at the North Florida
Regional Chamber of
Commerce on Call Street in
Starke on two days each
month.
Appointments will be
available on the second and
fourth Wednesday of each
month. The next dates are
Wednesday, April 13 and 27.
Counseling appointments may
be scheduled by contacting the
agency at (904) 964-1444 or
(800) 245-1865. Counseling is
available by phone 24 hours a
.day for those who do not
prefer one-on-one counseling
in the office.
Consumer Credit Counseling
Service is a member of United
Way and the National
Foundation for Credit
Counseling (NFCC)t The
agency is HUD certified and is
accredited by the Council on
Accreditation of Services for
Families and Children.

UCPL hosts
poetry slam
The Union County Public
Library will host a poetry
ilam on Friday, April 22,
from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Aspiring poets are invited to
read or recite their original
works. Snacks and
beverages will be available:
For more. information
contact Carol Baier at (386)
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School board looks at


proposed state budget


By JAMES REDMOND
Times Staff Writer
Recently Union County
School Board Finance Director
Mike Shockley presented the
board with the preliminary
2005-2006 school budget from
Florida Governor Jeb Bush.
The budget is what Bush has
5 proposed the Union County
- School District receive in
fiscal year 2005-2006. It gives
board members an idea of what
Sthe district will be receiving in
the upcoming school year.
"This is the governor's
L proposed budget, not our
actual budget," Shockley
reminded school board
members just before his
presentation.
While the budget shows a
more than $900,000 increase
over last year's budget, the
areas the increases are
proposed in will not give the
district much discretionary
L spending ability. More than
one-third of the increase,
$378,807, is proposed for class
size reduction growth. The
- district is mandated to spend
the funds on new teachers and
" classrooms.
The increase would help the
district hire the five new
teachers it will need for the
upcoming school year. It is
projected that Lake Butler
Elementary will require three
new teachers and. Lake Butler
Middle School will require two
additional teachers. These
additional teachers will be
needed for the district to meet
the class size reduction
amendment requirements.
'Another proposed increase
includes a $198,957 increase in
the sparsity supplement the
school district receives. The
supplement is designated to
compensate small,
geographically dispersed
districts for extra costs they
face in providing the same
educational services. For
example, small districts, like
Union County, typically do not
have enough exceptional
students to generate funds for
additional teachers. Federal
d statealaw require that 5sici
students be served.
Shockley did warn the board


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Needy Families (TANF), food
stamps, Medicaid, Low-
Income Home Energy
Assistance Program.
(LIHEAP), Supplemental
Security Income (SSI), or
Federal Public Housing
Assistance (Section 8) are
eligible for these programs.
You may also be eligible for
benefits if your household
income is no more than 125
percent of the federal poverty
income guidelines. Check with
your local telephone company
for details.
In addition, if you live on a
federally recognized tribal land
and are eligible for benefits
through the Bureau of ,Indian
Affairs' Tribal TANF Program,
Head Start Subsidy or the
National School Lunch
Program, you qualify for
^ expanded Lifeline assistance.
The Lifeline Assistance
Program provides up to a
$13.50 credit on qualified
residential customers' local
monthly phone bills, including
a federal credit of up to $10
and a matching credit from
their telephone company of up
to $3.50. ,
Link-Up Florida provides up
to a 50 percent reduction in the


that in years past the
supplement was large in the
proposed budget, but reduced
heavily before it made it out of
committee. "The amount the
governor's budget proposes
and what we get are never the
same," said Shockley.
Another increase the budget
shows is in the area of
supplemental reading
instruction. While the line item
shows an increase of $116,191,
Shockley told the board that
figure was deceiving. "While
the increase is there, the state
is taking away a $100,000
grant the district received last
year for the same purpose,"
said Shockley. "In reality
we're only getting about a
$16,000 increase."
Other proposed increases.
include $24,321 for
transportation, $4,029 for
instructional materials and
$7,791 for the district's Safe
Schools program. Shockley
said the budget, if approved as
presented, would give the
school district an overall
increase of 7.64 percent from
the 2004-2005 school year
budget.
Several areas of the budget
show decreases as well. One
such area would be the teacher
training line item. The budget
shows a decrease of $15,353 in
the line item for 2005-06 fiscal
year. It is the largest decrease
of any line item in the budget.
The budget's allotment for
supplemental academic
instruction may be taking a hit
as well. The proposed budget
would remove $3,945 froir the
area.
Shockley said the state is
taking money out of areas to
put into others. "The problem
is that there is no real new
money in this proposal," said
Shockley. He said without new
money, things like new
materials and salary increases
might be though to come by.
During his presentation,
Shockley showed the board
what he projected would it
would cost the district to give
all general-fund employees a
one percent raise. According io
S9ickleyv aobne-..perent raise
with one step would cost the
district $313,297. "In this


telephone service hook-up
charge, to a maximum of $30.
Florida's state legislators
played a major role in
establishing the Lifeline
Assistance Program for the
state, recognizing that some
Florida residents did hot have
telephone service simply
because they could not afford
it. The Florida Public Service
Commission (PSC) is
committed to making sure that
eligible low-income residents
receive these discounts.
-If you have any questions, or
would like to know if you are
eligible to participate in the
programs, please call your
local telephone company.
After speaking with your
phone company, if you have
further questions please call
the PSC at 1-800-342-3552, e-
mail the PSC at
contact@psc.state.fl.us, or
write to the: Florida Public
Service Commission, Division
of Regulatory Compliance and
Consumer Assistance, 2540
Shumard Oak Boulevard,
Tallahassee, FL 32399-0850.


Brooker
opening
community
center
The town council of Brooker
invites everyone to join them
for the grand opening of the
Brooker Community Center on
Saturday, April 16.
From 4-6 p.m., light
refreshments will be served for
everyone who turns out to
celebrate the opening.
For more information, call
(352) 485-1022.


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preliminary budget the district
would only have $193,000 for
contingencies, without even
looking at raises," said
Shockley.
He then showed the board
what higher percentages would
cost the district. A two percent
raise plus a step would cost the
district $402,810. A three
percent raise plus one step
would cost the district an
additional $492,324 per year.
"This is based on the staff we
currently have in place," said
Shockley. He said those
numbers could change if
employees were to leave.
Shockley would not say wether
or not he felt raises would be
out of the reach of the school
* district until he receives the
final budget.
As of April 1, the district has
more than 330 employees on
its payroll. These include
principals, teachers, teachers'
aides, janitorial staff and
transportation employees as
well as school board
employees.
Shockley, as well as board
members, discussed the
possibility of the class size
reduction amendment being
repealed. Recently Bush
announced he would push to
repeal the amendment and give
beginning teachers a larger
salary.
Bush's proposal would give
a beginning teacher a
minimum salary of $35,000.
Shockley said if that happened,
the board might run into moral
problems among existing
teachers. "If this proposal does
pass, we are going to have
increase our current teachers'
salaries, otherwise we are
going to run into moral
problems," said Shockley.
While not saying it out loud,
the nod of board members
heads showed they felt it could
be a problem as well.
The overall budget includes
more than $12.5 million
dollars for the district in the
05-06 fiscal year. It will be
several months before the
district gets its final budget
from the state.
James Redmond can be
reached at (386) 496-2261 or
iamesredmondl @ yahoo. corn


Hospice
holding
volunteer
orientation
Hospice of the Suwannee
Valley will offer volunteer
orientation on Tuesday,
April 19, from 5:30-6:30
p.m. The orientation will
take place at the groups'
headquarters located at 618
S.W. FL Gateway Drive in
Lake City. For more
information or to register
call Carolyn Long at (386)
752-9191.



FBC of Raiford
hosts
homecoming
The First Baptist Church
of Raiford will celebrate
homecoming on Sunday,
April 24, beginning at 10
a.m. The group New
Gatherings will be a part of
the celebration. Morning
worship will begin at noon
and lundh will served at 1
p.m. For more information
call (386) 431-1488.

Old
Providence
Baptist has
homecoming
The Old Providence
Baptist Church will
celebrate homecoming on
Sunday, April 17, beginning
at 10:45 a.m. The music
group Delivered will be
apart of the celebration.
Guest speaker Greg
Williams will speak at 11:45
a.m. Lunch will be served at
12:30 p.m.

Brannen
family reunion
to be held
Descendants of Benjamin
and Tempa Brannen are
invited to a family reunion
to be held on Saturday,
April 16, at the Mt. Zion
Church in Lake Butler.
Lunch will be served
beginning at 12:30 p.m.
Participants are asked tb'
bring a covered dish. Plates, .
cuts, silverware, napkins
and ice will be provided.


Experience
Works serves
older workers
Are you 55 years of age or
over and living on a fixed
income? Are you looking for
employment opportunities? If
so, Experience Works
(formerly Green Thumb) is
here to help you.
A national nonprofit
organization, Experience
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provider of "mature" worker
employment and training
services. America's population
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Lillian Kemp (on Tuesdays,
Wednesday or Thursdays) at
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Eileen Hendrix* (Monday
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You can also fill out an
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UNION COUNTY TRANSPORTATION
DISADVANTAGED COORDINATING BOARD
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
ON LOCAL TRANSPORTATION
NEEDS AND SERVICES
Date: Tuesday, April 19, 2005
Time: 1'15 p.m.
Place: County Commissioners' Meeting Room
Union County Courthouse
Lake Butler, Florida
PURPOSE OF PUBLIC HEARING
The purpose of this public hearing is to obtain public input
on the transportation needs of the elderly, low-income, disa-
bled and children at risk in Union County.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
*Individuals who need assistance with transportation in
order to gain access to health care, employment, education,
shopping or other life sustaining activities.
*Representatives of agencies and organizations that serve
individuals who need assistance with transportation.
*Representatives of local governments.
*Others interested in local transportation issues.
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"Taking Care of Business"


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Lake Butler Office
410 W. Main St.
Lake Butler
386-496-1093


100 E. Call St., Starke
904-964-5278
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352-473-4550


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Fradford Count y Development
authority chairman jerome ohns
presents jim ki0s a plaque for his
years of service to the community.


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in Historic Downtown Starke on Call


4:30pm Sa
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Car Show
Sat. and Sun.
"Best of Show"
Trophies and
plaques awarded
both days



LIVE MUSIC SUNDAY
11am Glen Snow and the
Snowmen and locall
Gospel and Bluegrass


LIVE MUSIC SATURDAY
10am karaoke
11am Spencer-Acoustic
Guitar
12pm Maria, Salsa Queen
e D l1-4pm Northern
Portrayal
Fidelity Crisis
befcom 4
Special DJ all day is
Chuck Kramer of WEAS
106.3 FM
And our Dancing on the Street,
party at 6pm with
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Plenty of parking available
on E. Call St. (CR 230)
With shuttle service
available


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Trolley Rides... 20 different varieties of Food
To choose from & Lots of Strawberries

Sponsored By: Main Street Starke, the City of Starke, City of Starke
Police Dept, Downtown Business Community Assoc., North Florida Re-
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--Thomas Sttt, karate Instructor, shows third grade teacher Jason Griffis how to defend
himself while his students look on.


Historical
Society will
hold meeting
The Union Coun
Historical Society will m
on Monday, April 25, a
p.m. The meeting will ta
place in the Townse
Building located on Me
St. in Lake Butler. For mc
information call (386) 4<
3044.

3 Rivers Leg;
Services
offers
services
Three Rivers Legal Servi
will meet with potential clie
at: the Bradford Cou
Courthouse in Starke fr
7-0-3 p.m. on the first
nhrd Wednesday of. e
month. The next dates for
service will be
Wednesday, April 20
May 4.
For the past 25 years, Th
Rivers Legal Services 1
provided civil, legal .assistar
to low income residents of
counties in North, Cent
Florida, including Bradfc
and Union counties. Assistai
includes advice, brief service
and/or representation in
Variety of civil matte
including landlord/tena
public benefits, consume
issues, domestic violence a
family safety.
-:Three Rivers current
serves the residents
Bradford County with init
contact made throu
telephone appointments
travel into Gainesville. W
new space created by t
expansion of the Bradfo
County Courthouse a:
approval of filing fee fun
directed to Three River
attorneys will once again
onsite for interviews at
working with clients.
Three Rivers Legal Servic
is.a federally and private
funded local nonprofit
organization based
Gainesville with a secoi
office in Lake City. It
funded for the sole purpose
providing free civil leg
services to low income
eligible clients. Clients mu
meet federal over
guidelines and cases must fa
within the program priorities
sedfby the board of directors.
Potential clients may ca
toll-free to (800) 372-0930
(352) 372-0519 for
appointmefit. Go to the clerk
office at the courthouse to fir


out where Three Rivers will be
for the day..

Florida Bar
nty to provide
eet
t 7 speakers
ake The Florida Bar Speakers
ai Bureau provides volunteer
ore speakers for educational,
ore professional, civic and
community organizations
throughout Florida; at no cost
to your organization.
al Among the more than 1,400
a speaker volunteers are board
certified and non-certified
members of the Bar. Attorneys
who are "board certified" have
chosen to be tested and
determined to have special
knowledge, skills and
ces proficiency in a particular area
ents of law.
nty Certified attorneys are
om available through the speakers
and bureau to address various
ach venues on the following topics:
the elder law, international law
on (almost any business you have
and is connected in some fashion
to international law), health
ree law, immigration and
has nationality, marital and family
ce law, real estate, tax, wills,
12 trusts and estates, workers'
rda compensation, admiralty and
maritime law, appellate
cce practice, aviation law, business
ces litigation, city, county and
a local government law, civil
rs, trial, and criminal trial law.
nt, If your need is not as
ner specific as listed above,
nd speakers are available on
topics ranging from the
tly constitution, to identity theft,
of to legal rights of new adults.
ial You name the topic and we
gh- will try to get a speaker for
or you.
ith To schedule a speaker for
he your organization, call Gail
)rd Grimes at (850) 561-5767, or
nd e-mail ggrimes@flabar.org.
ds
rs, Free women's
be
nd Acorn health

es services
ly
fit offered
n Women between the ages of
is 50 and 64 who are
of uninsured and who have a low
of income level are eligible to
al participate in the Believe in
e, Miracles program and receive
st a free mammogram and PAP
y smear. For more information,
all or to schedule an appointment,
es call the Acorn Clinic near
Brooker at (352) 485-1133.
all The program is sponsored by
or the Mary Brogan Breast and
an Cervical Cancer Early
:'s Detection Program and the
nd. Putnam County Health
Department..


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UC Farmers'
Market opens
April 30
The Union County
Farmers' Market will open
for. its Spring season on
Saturday, April 30, at its site
located just behind
Jackson's Building Supply
in Lake Butler. The market
will be open from 8a.m.- I
p.m. The VFW will be
selling lunches. For more
information call (386) 496-
2321.


The time to stop a
revolution is at the
-beginning, not the end.
-Adlai Stevenson


Museum
offers free
fossil finding
program,
The Florida Museum of
Natural History will host a free
public program, "Finding
Florida Fossils," from 1-4 p.m.
Saturday, April 16.
This family oriented program
will educate visitors on where
Florida fossils are found, why
fossil permits are required and
how to get one, and how to
identify fossils. Visitors can see
fossils from the Florida
Museum's collections, meet
museum researchers and
representatives from Florida
fossil clubs and the Florida
Paleontological Society, and
"stump the paleontologist" with
their own fossil find. Visitors
also can enjoy lectures on
microfossils, fossil preparation


RMC K-9 handlers Brett Handley and Travis Rimes talk with Mrs. Adam's kindergarten
class.


Cats can hear
ultrasound.


and skeletal mounts, or
participate in a variety of
acitvities designed for kids of
all ages. Guests can enjoy the
award-winning "Hall of Florida
Fossils: Evolution of Life and
Land" exhibition, which opened
in May 2004, or purchase an
annual state permit for $5 and
start their own fossil collection.
For more information call
(352) 846-2000, ext. 277.


150 high
school
students
invited to
biotech day
Santa Fe Community
College (SFCC) has invited
150 area high school students
and their guidance counselors
to gather 9 a.m.-1 p.m.


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Thursday, April 14 at the
University of Florida's Sid
Martin Biotechnology
Development Incubator at
Progress Corporate Park in
Alachua for Biotechnology
Day: .
CEOs and frontline
professionals from start-up
companies located at the
biotechnology development
incubator inform students
about educational and
professional opportunities in
biotechnology, a rapidly
growing field in North Central
Florida.
Students get hands-on
experience using science
stations at the Center of
Excellence for Regenerative
Health Biotechnology. These
science stations demonstrate
clinical applications and
manufacturing of biotech
products.
"We feel this event will be a
powerful. tool to educate both
students and their


accompanying guidance
counselors about the realities
of biotechnology and the
boundless possibilities for
future careers," said SFCC
Health Sciences Adviser Scott
Foriner. -
The event is sponsoredby
Santa Fe, the Center of
Excellence for Regenerative
Health Biotechnology and the
Sid Martin Biotechnology
Development Incubator.
For more information call
Fortner at 352-395-5733.


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


Top steers belong to Whitehead, Driggers


Clay Whitehead and Carissa
Driggers earned the grand
champion and reserve grand
champion rewards, respectively,
for their steers during the
Bradford-Union Cattlemen's
Association steer show during
the Bradford County Fair.
Whitehead's 1,315-pound
steer sold for $4 per pound to
Jerry Hamm Chervrolet.
Whitehead also earned the


overall performance award,
sponsored' by the Zedra
Hamilton family, placed second
in the 4-H record book contest
(junior class) and was ninth in
the herdsman competition (see
related story for all steer show
awards).
Driggers' 1,253-pound steer
sold for $3.20 per pound to
Roberts.Land and Timber and
Pritchett Trucking.


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Clay Whitehead, a Bradford 4-H member, showed the
grand champion steer, which was purchased by-Jerry
Hamm Chevrolet at a total cost of $5',260.


There were 62 steers (28
Bradford, 34 Union) entered in
the sale, fetching an average
price of $2.72 'per pound.
Altogether, buyers spent
$207,024.05. The average price
per steer was .$3,339.10
(Without add-ons).
The remaining exhibitors,
weight of animal, price per
pound and buyer were as
-follows:- Acea- Brown, 1,115
pounds, $2, Union LaSteel/B.H.-
& Land Home Sales; Taylor
Crawford, 1,144 pounds, $2.50,
C & S Outdoors/Wayne Cox;
'Megan Howard, 1,165 pounds,
$3.25, Ho-Bo Tractor; Shelby
Addison, 1,207 pounds, $2.85,
Southern States; ....
Abigail Crawford, 1,277
pounds, $2.75, Hendricks Turf;
Gabriella Perez, 1,342 pounds,,
$2.60, Shadd Enterprises;
Lacey Webb, 1,093 pounds,
$2:5).; -DeulaEquigment and
Communications; Thomas
Webb, 1,162 pounds, $2.75,
Publix; Ashlyn Woodington,
1,178 pounds, $3, Ho-Bo
Tractor; Ryan Crawford, 1,254
pounds, $2.20, Drs. Len
Schlofman and Pete Gianas;
Austen Roberts, 1,270
pounds, $3, Ho-Bo Tractor;
Erika Crawford, 1,321 pounds,
$2.50, Stari-ing?- Family--
Dentistry; Cailey Thomas,
1,431 pounds, $2.50, Pritchett
Trucking/Mid-Fla *Trucking;
Mason Dukes, 1-,023 pounds,
$2.45, PVS; Jordyn Addison,
1,163 pounds, $2.65, Liberty
Trucking; Randa Conner, 1,176
pounds, $2.50, APAC
Southeast/R & E Concrete;
Haley Anders, 1,193 pounds.,
,$2.75, Lynn Construction/
Mosley Tire/John Dukes;
Connie Driggers. 1,237 pounds,
$3.25, Pipeline; -Cass-andra_


Sparks, 1,295 pounds, $2.60,
Teal Tile and Carpet; Fila
Perez, 1,143 pounds, $3.10,
Pritchett Trucking; Zachary
Nettles, 1,192 pounds, $2.60,
Pritchett Trucking; Kayla
Conner, 1,333 pounds, $2.75,
Pritchett Trucking;
Taylor Whitehead, 1,345
pounds,- $2.75,- Robert and
Brenda Whitehead; Morgan
Dukes, 1,092 pounds, $2.95,
"Vision Realty and Associates:
Evan Denmark, 1,1-19 pounds,
$3, Linder Machinery; Ashley
Parrish, 1,169 pounds, $3, PVS;
Grace Perez, 1,198 pounds,
$2.85, PVS; Jessica Parrish,
1,254 pounds, $2.95,
.Hillandald; Tara Sapp, 1,264
pounds" $2.95,- Quality
Plumbing;
Kristie Paladino, -1,317
pounds, --$3.50, Lynn
Construction/GMC Con-
struction/John Dukes/Dr. Len
Slhtofman--Samantha .Boone,
1,355 pounds, $2.207
Community State Bank;
Mallory Tetstone, 1,071
pounds, $2.60, Community
State Bank; Dakota Reddish,
1,181 pounds, $2.80,
Hillandale/Western Steer;
Megan Welch, 1,181 pounds,
$2.75, Welch's Automotive;
Jennifer Wight, 1,284 pounds,
$3, Hillandale; Andrea
Andrews, 1,395 pounds, $2.25,
M & S, Fertilizer/Westside
Feedt Hayden Brown, 1,174
pounds, $2.55, Roberts Land
and Timber/Liberty Trucking;
John Paladino, 1,248 pounds,
$2.10. Lynn Construction/John,
Dukes/ Starke City
Commissioner Larry Davis;
Heith Box, 1,214 pounds,
$2.60. Liberty. Trucking; Jbhn
Andrew Sapp. 1,407 pounds.


Carissa Driggers, a Union County 4-H member,
showed the reserve grand champion steer, which was
purchased by Roberts Land and Timber and Pritchett
Trucking at a total cost of $4,009.60.


$2.50, Shadd Trucking; Dillon
Clyatt, 1,193 pounds, Elixson
Timber; Taylor Nettles, 1,214
pounds, $2.45, R & E
Construction/APAC; Lacy
Alvairez, 1,103 pounds, $2.50,
Publix; Troy Whittle, 1,179
pounds, $2.55, Dr. Len
Schlofman/Clay Archey/A..
Duda and Sons;


Brad Dicks, 1,149 pounds,
$2.60, Badcock Furniture;
Kevin Contois, 1,168 pounds,
$2, Pritchett Trucking; Aaron
Dukes, 1,217 pounds, $2.75,
Avery Roberts/Joe
Hendricks/Cl yatt Well
Drilling/Tommy Spires; Justin

-See- STEERS, p. 12B


More steer
show awards;..
Besides the grand champion.
reserve grand champion and
best overall awards (covered in
related steer sale story). the
Bradford-Union Cattlemen's
Association (BUCA) also
presented steer awards in
weight gain. 4-H record book,
FFA record book, home grow n.
home grown breeder and
herdsman categories.
Andrea Andrews' steer
placed first in the weight-gain
contest ($100 prize, sponsor
Gator II Farm Supply-Ken
Mueller). Parker Andrews was
second ($75, Rocking A Farms-
, Roy and Robyn Adkins) and



15 earn

awards in 3

divisions of

showmanship

contest
The Bradford-Union
Cattlemen's Association
(BUCA) handed out
showmanship awards in three
age divisions: junior (8-12).
intermediate (13-15) and senior
(16-up).
Rachel Rosier topped the
junior division ($300 award,
sponsor-Farm Credit Service),
while Chason Andrews was
second ($200. Douglas
Construction and Photograph).
Third place went to Erika
Crawford ($150, Wayne
Parrish), fourth place to Clay
Whitehead ($100, New River
Ranch) and fifth place to Ethan
Box ($75. New River Ranch).
In the intermediate division.
Amber Waters was first ($300,
BUCA) and Jessica Parrish was
second ($200. W.D. Andrews).
Third place went to Hannah
Tucker ($150, Mercantile
Bank), fourth place to Ryan
Crawford ($100, Beck Chrysler
Dodge Jeepi and fifth place to
Dakota Reddish ($75. Beck
Chrysler Dodge Jeep).
Ashlev Waters received first
place ($300, Paul Waters) in the
senior division, while Megan
Howard %was second ($200.
W.D. Andrews) Third place
went to Abigail Crawford
($150, Mer'antile Bank.i, fourth
place went to Andrea Andrew s
($100. Beck Chrysler Dodge
Jeep) and fifth place .ent to
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overall performance Hill) and second place went to
donated by the Zedra W. Ashton Howard ($30, Malcolm
family, at the 2005 Hill).
ale program at the Julie Detlefsen was first
County Fair. ($100, Kiwanis Club of Starke)
s were also presented in the herdsmanship contest,
cord book and while Cailey Thomas was
ship categories, second ($75, Kiwanis Club of
il Crawford was Starke), Jenny Saxon third ($50,
first place ($50 award, Clyatt Well Drilling), Hannah
New River Ranch, Tucker fourth (certificate,
d Marie Oden) in the BUCA) and Grace Perez fifth
or class record book (certificate, BUCA).
and Julie Detlefsen
;cond place ($30, Dean The results of the breed sale
-In the junior class, that followed were: exhibitor-
.ansom was first ($50, Jenny Saxon, $1,500 to A.W.
awford) and Dyllan Brahman-Harold Waters;
was second ($30, Jamie Chason Andrews, $1,200 to
d). Bryan Hendricks; Julie
FFA senior class Detlefsen, $1,100 to Sarah
ook contest, Vanessa Denmark; Rachael Rosier,
irned first place ($50, $1,025 to RBH Seasoning-
McKinney) and Ashley Malcolm Hill; Casey Griffis,
earned second place $1,350 to Perez Farms; Justin
andy Conner). First DeNunzio, $775 to Hugh's
he junior class went to Automotive.


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Abigail Jones (right), pictured with Strawberry Queen
Megan Giebeig, showed the grand champion goat.


Abigail Jones and Kristin
Griffis showed the grand
champion and reserve grand
champion goats, respectively, in
the third annual youth goat
show at the Bradford County
Fair.
Jones showed a pygmy goat
named "Mocha" that topped the
pygmy class. The other results
of the pygmy goat class were:
Holly Tucker, second place,
Makayla Webb, third place,
Tymber Tatum, fourth place,
and Lucy Montford, fifth place.
Griffis topped the dairy goat
class with "Lady." The other
results.of the dairy goat class
were: Tatum, second place,
Hannah Hamilton, third place,.
and Storm Hamilton, fourth
place.
Caleb Williams placed first in
the meat-goat class, followed
by Jackie Bryant, second place,
and Clint Williams, third place.
Griffis also earned first place
in showmanship and first place
in the project-book category.
Tatum earned second place in


showmanship. Tatum also
finished in a tie for second with
Jacquelyn Charo in the project-
book category.
The "Little Kids" also got
into the act. Children ages 5-7
participated in the Little Kids
Exhibition, which allowed them
to get an early start in learning
goat-showing skills.
Those who participated in
this exhibition were: Taylor
Barnes, Dustee Clemons,
Miranda Crawford, Case
Emerson, Macey Fulgham,
Caitlin Gilbert, Kaitlin Griffis,
Teala Howard, Conner
McAllister, Charlie Montford,
Shelby Parrish, Courtney Paul,
Lainie Rodgers, Madeline
Strickland, Preston Strickland,
Witt Thomas, Tyler
Wainwright, Elizabeth
Whitaker, Lexi Whitehead,
Dylan Whittemore, Tristen
Whittemore, Randa Wilkins,
Garrett Williams, Arrielle
Wilson and KatieZipperer.


See GOATS, p. 11B


Steyer is 'outstanding' in horticulture


John Steyer earned the John Steyer, petunia, Easter
Outstanding Exhibit award in lily, dianthus, milk thistle,,
the. Bradford County Fair's Johnny jump-up, snap dragon,
horticulture division for his blue, Dutch iris, red.
cactus. Flowering house plants,
Steyer had, a total of 27 adults: John Steyer, daffodil,
- entries in this 'year's blue; Betty Tomlinson,
competition, earning various amaryllis, blue; Edna Norton,
ribbons for 14 of those entries, amaryllis, impatiens, blue;
Renate Eddy, nun orchid, blue.
Ribbons l Flowering house plants,
Rbo ~ N-outh: salvia, blue.
Non-flowering hose pl.,ht,, actus/succulents, adults:
adult: Tana Sellers, bamnboo, Harriette Jackson, jade,
blue; John Steyer, coleus, blue; succulent, blue; Noele Miller,
Judy Lee, spider plant. sedum, jade, blue, horse tail,
Non-flowering house plants, Judy Lee, Christmas
youth: Kristin Griffis, Judy Lee, Christmas
m cactus, blue.
miscellaneous, blue. Cactus/succulents, adults:
Flowering house plants, John Steyer, kalanchoe, cactus,
adult: Harriette Jackson, blue blue; Edna Norton, cactus, blue,
daze, salvia/verbena, wild flower, red; Renate Eddy,
sedum/petunia, geranium, peace bu J ,
lily, blue; Janet Flythe, pencil plant, blue; Judy Lee,
impatiens, blue; Tana Sellers, strawberry pot, red; John
violet, orchid, blue. Steyer, cactus, blue, kalanchoe,
Flowering house plants, panda, blue.
adult: Noele Miller, English Cactus/succulents, youth:
adlt: Nelue Mi WAer,., I j Kaitlin Ctriffis' sedum, blu, ....
, er"Tfr.blue, i i, ll ti ] ton, tacus, blue.
Hanging baskets, adult: Lir~,da.
Sweat, blue; Lane Tenly, blue.
Ferns, adult: Harriette
Jackson, blue.


John Steyer was
the overall winner
in the Bradford
County Fair's
horticulture
division. Steyer
had 27 entries,
with a cactus
earning him the
top honor.


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Champion

rabbits belong to

Dreer, Schoner


The rabbit competition at the
Bradford County Fair resulted
in Lacey Dreer and Nikki
Schoner earning the top two
awards.
Dreer's mini Rex doe was
named the grand champion,
while Schoner's Netherlands
dwarf buck was the
competition's reserve grand
champion.
Courtney Paul's mini Rex
buck and Zoe Eddins' Holland
lop doe joined the grand and
reserve grand champions as
Best-in-Class animals.
Chelsey Dreer won the
record-book contest.

Ribbons
Courtney Paul, Holland lop
doe, blue, mini Rex buck, blue,
mini Rex due and buck, red;
Case Emerson, mix breed buck,
red; Tara Holtzendorg, f. lop
doe, blue, Dutch doe, red;


Tymber Tatum, mixed breed
doe, red.
Joe Eddins, mixed breed doe,
white; Gavin Eddins, mini Rex
buck,. blue; Zoe Eddins,
Hollafid lop doe, blue; Linda
Eddins, mini Rex doe, red;
Brody Brooker, mini lop buck,
blue; Preston Strickland, Rex
doe, blue.
Madeline Strickland, Rex
buck, blue; Austin Wilson,
Netherlands dwarf doe, red;
Noah Jones, mixed breed doe,
red; Bethany Jones, mini Rex
buck, blue; Nikki Schoner,
Netherlands dwarf buck, blue;
T.J. Schoner, Holland lop doe,
red; Cassey King, mini Rex
buck, mini Rex doe, blue, mini
lop doe, red.
Chelsey Dreer, mini Rex doe,
blue; Kayla Segars, Havana
doe, blue; Savannah Dreer,
mixed breed buck, red; Lacey
Dreer, mini Rex doe, blue;
Meghan Magyari, New Zealand


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Nikki Schoner had the reserve grand champion-a
Netherlands dwarf buck.


Taylor Crawford
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champion--a
barred rock
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poultry
competition.







Crawford, Thomas

show top poultry


Taylor Crawford and Witt
Thomas showed the poultry
champions at the Bradford
County Fair.

Crawford's barred rock
rooster was named the grand
champion, while Thomas' blue
and light brown Dutch bantam
rooster was 'reserve grand
champion.


Ribbons
Witt Thomas, blue and light
brown Dutch bantam hen and
rooster, blue; Kristin Griffis,
light brahman hen, red; Tymber
Tatum, silkie rooster, red, buff
lace polish rooster, blue, silkie
hen, red.
Taylor Crawford, barred rock
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Thursday, April 14, 2005 Page 4B


The future of our water


Does it seem that we are having a
more normal spring this year? We had
a terrific flower bloom leading up to
Easter. Dogwood winter played out
just before Good Friday, and we have
been: getting a good soaker rain a
couple of times a week for over a
month now.
Just like old times?
The Real Questions
Willt this' weather cycle ling~W'li
the good rains continue? \\"iat il, our
water situation be in the near future?
What about the future of our children
and grandchildren?
Depending on who you ask, there
appears to be several geologic
explanations (and many human
explanations) as to why Starke and'
most of Bradford 'County has water
standing everywhere, yet Keystone
Heights' main lakes-Brooklyn,
Keystone and Geneva-are all still
woefully down.
Why?
The Ridge
SSome have called our area the
backbone of Florida, as there is a ridge
(of old sand dunes mostly) that was
pushed up thousands of years ago,
making Keystone Heights one of the
higher locations in central Florida and
our traffic light a little over 150 feet-
above sea level.
Lake Santa Fe is up-way up-over
what it was just a year or so ago. So are
many. Bradford, Alachua and even
Marion county lakes.
Yet, Keystone is down;
Could a part of the reason be because
of our ridge?
Just like the Rocky Mountains serve


as the famous Continental Divide, we-
have our "Florida Divide" here.
The rain that falls north and east of
the ridge, eventually runs into the
Atlantic Ocean. And the rain that falls
to the west and south of the ridge
basically flows into the Gulf. The drier,
lake areas are mostly north and east of
this ridge, in the Keystone Heights
area.
rnriId t? poaiiexamination, the water-
in Lake;Santa, Fe is more tea colored,-
whereas the Keystone lakes and the
whole lake region offer more clear
water-spring fed, -with lots of sandy
bottoms.
This also implies a different source
or topography involved.
Does the ridge divide the
subterranean water too?
Lake Brooklyn,
We are all blessed to be sitting'righti
on top of the largest source of fresh,
water in North America, the Floridan
Aquifer. Lake Brooklyn, as, a major
surfactant lake, is one of the top two or
three recharge lakes for the aquifer in
central Florida. That is a very,
important fact.
The Floridan Aquifer is, frankly, our
collective future.
What is next?
Water, pure. water, has. been
described as the oil of the future.
Valuable. Necessary. Limited. And, as
far as life itself is concerned, priceless.
Will we run out? Will our sources
remain pure? Will we plan wisely for
the future? What can we do now to
ensure good water later?,
Let us think on these things.
By JOHN WHITFIELD,


I Guest Editorialist

LETTERS I


Miss KHHS
pageant
officials thank
area
businesses
Dear Editor:
The Miss Keystone Heights
High School scholarship
pageant wishes to thank, the
following businesses for their
participation in providing the
new Miss KHHS, Cassandra
Bruey, with various gift
certificates and awards.
Some of the businesses also
provided runners up and
category award winners \ith
gift certificates as well.
Participating business
included: CellRite of Starke,
Flower Petals, Johnny's Bar-B-
Que; Sabo's, Genesis Fitness'
Center, 'Style of Hand, Real


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KHHS pagednt officials

KHHS
receives check
for clinic
Dear Editor:
Keystone Heights High
School (KHHS) wants to thank
'ithe Keystone business
association for the $200 check
given to the KHHS clinic.
This money has been used to
purchase necessary medical
supplies to< care for ill and
injured students.
KHHS also wants to thank


Robert Sabo. of -Sabo's
restaurant for donating clinic
supplies.
KHHS

UC is way
ahead of
Bradford in
support of
youth
DearEditor ;,
Anyone who attended the
animal show portion of the
Bradford County fair last week
had to appreciate the work of
the FFA and 4-H boys and
girls. These kids and almost
grown teenagers had to make
our chest swell with pride at
the way all of the animals were
displayed. These young folk
showed us just how hard they
worked in getting their animals


The worst mistake I ever made
I am a 20-year-old paraplegic who vehicles, my best friend since before
was involved in an automobile kindergarten is not here anymore. She
accident Aug. 18, 2003. is with the Lord, and I'm paralyzed,
Parents, please have your teenagers- maybe for life.
read this when you finish. I feel it is This tragedy has been so very hard to
important that they hear my story. live with.
My best friend and I were in a car So, I just want you to remember a
accident Aug. 18, 2003. My friend and few things. Always choose the right
I were drinking on the evening of our friends, never get behind the wheel
wreck. I decided to get behind the after drinking, and when you are in that
wheel of my car after I had consumed kind of situation, you can still have fun
one and one-half drinks. That night we and not drink.
thought nothing could ever happen to I would like to say a few thank-yous
us. This time won't hurt us. We-dida lot to conclude. I would first like to thank
of things wrong, like not wearing ourGo d for opening my eyes and for
seat belts. But I did one more major letting me put him first in everything I
thing wrong. I drove. say and do. Thank you to my family'
For a few months, my friend and I and friends, my church family at-
were hanging out with the totally Kingsley 'Lake Baptist Church, the
wrong people. We were influenced firefighters and Bradford County. I
with alcohol bought by an older couldn't have made it without ya'll.
person. We were hanging out in .our And to my second parents (you know
backyard around 9 p.m. to 10:15 p.m. who you are), I love all of you guys.'
without my mom knowing about it. Thank you!
After we hung for a while,- we all I would like to dedicate this to my
decided to get into our vehicles. That best friend who is right now gracing
was the worst mistake I have ever God's presence.
made. Since we decided to get into our' By ASHLEY CRAWFORD,
Guest Editorialist


S, .1I-
ready for the show. From a 9- you could publish my letter in neighborhood, but to instead be
w year-old who w dihe- your paper. am i st iI residential a that has a .
* showianship-~'V orrhe ^**'me op the mem ers .o;,,s ar ealspljere; *
cls, to a 12- I -', arId bho1rAing, cmM ty,,Yoplo e,,an.,d- There is ''.pltte for
a champion steer, every tell me about their experiences commercial intensive property n
youngster out there deserved and traditions in Starke. use, however, close proximity .
more than they got I would even enjoy it if they to a residential area is not the .y
The Bradford County kids would share their favorite appropriate place. There are bsviI
received support from the recipes with me. I live in many concerns about the ..,.
business community, but if southern California and arti impact such rezoning would ."
anyone believes that they sure many things about Starke have on the quality of our jr.,:
received great support has only are very different from where I neighborhood, to include added ." 1
to look to the west to find out live. Also, if any of the traffic, water runoff into .,
what really great support is. citizens find time to reply, it Hampton Lake, as well as the
In Union County, business would be great if they could extra crime that tends to follow
people turned out in droves to enclose a copy of my such usage.
support their kids and the "published" letter. I hope the county
citizens of Union Count) Thank you so much for commission will also hear the,-
dominated the crowd and when taking time to read my letter. voice of the area residents and'l
a Union County kid won Any information would be use their wisdom when they.
something or one of, their most appreciated. entertain the rezoning request
animals were bought, one Landon Hall on April 21, and follow''.f%
didn't have to guess where the) La Madera School through with the denial of any..-
lived. Room 20 further zoning changes in this-^^
Now, the business people 25350 Serrano Road area.
from Bradford County who Lake Forest, CA 92630 Randall Scoggins-G'
support our kids are great and Hampton'.-
do so year after year, but their
numbers in comparison to Reader wants H
those in Union County are the fHVFD thanks
dismal. jUSt the facts
I know that these children DearEditor: contributors
are involved in the 4-H and Nowadays there are hundreds Dear Editor:
FFA activities because they of bogus quotes pertaining to The members of the ,W
love what they are doing and the Founding Fathers. Hampton Volunteer Fire Mii
they learn a lot. I also know Most start out with so and Department would like to
that they don't start out in life so said this then start quoting thank all those who contributed '
dreaming of a way to get out of Bible stories, to our April 2 fundraiser.
Bradford County, but as they If someone quotes a The fundraiser was a big;
grow and observe the way the Constitutional writer they need success.
majority of business people hard facts. These facts would be We would also like to thank ,..
react to them and their times, dates, locations and all the businesses who donated ,'
activities it is no surprise to witnesses. items for our drawing and a
hear them talk about getting I agree with freedom of the special thanks to Albert from
'out of Bradford County as press, but prefer the real truth, the University of Florida and
quick as they can. Lon Bevill the Bradford County Telegraph
If the business people who Starke for joining us at our fundraiser.
don't support our kids become Matilda Rhoden
angry and bitter at adults and a Hampton
kids because they don't shop Readerr '
with you, you have only to -
look 'nto yourselves to hanks .
understo youtan rseld why The North Central Florida tk
understand why, l anl Amputee Support Group
Malcolm Hill residents and has announced it will begin
Morgan Road mr J holding monthly meetings on


Student seeks"
information
about Starke
area
Dear Editor:
My name is Landon Hall.
In my fifth grade class we are
doing a stateresearch project
and I will be doing my project
on Florida. The project is due
.'at the end 'of May and it will
cover such topics as famous
people from Starke and Florida,
your special traditions and the
history of Starke and Florida.
The reason I am writing to
your local paper is to ask if


Dear Editor:
I would like to thank the
many residents who recently
attended the county zoning
board meeting and voiced their
concerns on the issue of
rezoning the property at the,
intersection of US-301 and
CR-18, south of the Gate
convenience store.
Thanks are also given to the
Bradford County Zoning Board
members who listened to the
concerned, residents and
recommended the rezoning'
request be denied. Most
residents in the Hampton/
Hampton Lake area did not,
move here in the hopes of
having more gas stations, and
or truck stops in their


ihe last Monday of each month i
from 5:30-7 p.m. at the Shands
Rehab Hospital rehabilitation
gym, 4101 NW.89th Blvd. in
Gainesville. The group is
dedicated to providing an avenue
for information exchange,
emotional support, practical
advice and social interaction. All N
amputees, caregivers, family,
friends and interested ,
invited to attend. For more
information, or if transportation
is an issue, please call 352-265-
5491, ext. 70150.
Hospice is in need of
volunteers. There will be a
volunteer training program soon
and if interested in this I
important volunteer
opportunity, call Jane
Minesinger, 352-473-7838, or -.:
1-800-568-6551. "'


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Wildfires a threat to house and home
The wet, cold and rainy weather owners to "run" cattle anywhere,
has dampened the forest and fields regardless of land ownership.
and has reduced the possibility of Many cattle owners burned the
forest wildfires. However, in the woods in the late winter in
spring water is taken up quickly order for grass to come
by wind, rain and vegetation, up, providing forage for
and the bright sun of the livestock, which was
springtime quickly dries the also good for propagating
landscape. The late spring and pines, but destructive to
early summer sets the stage for **p wildlife. Prior to the
thunderstorms throughout the .s passage of fencing laws in
Southland, and brings lightning, 1949 under Gov. Fuller
the incendiary super starter of / Warren, there were no deer or
woods fires. Today's trend turkeys in, Union and
for building homes in .* Bradford counties, because
stands of pines trees is there was no natural
fraught with danger, unless habitat, that is no
the clearing precludes the fire underbrush, because of the
jumping to the house. annual burning.
Like many other things in life, fire is Farm houses were built in clearings
both essential and dangerous. On a for several reasons, but the.danger of
cold day, fire in the hearth is cozy and fire was always present in their minds,
comforting, and we may be entranced since the wooden shingle roofs were
by the figures we see dancing in the susceptible to catching fire from
flames. .Aside from the "feel good" chimney sparks, as well as woods fires.
aspects, controlled fire makes possible As cities and towns began to push
the tangible products we use in outward, more people began building'
everyday life. It is cleansing and in wooded areas, sometimes without
purifying, available and portable. It is proper respect for wildfire, creating the'
also dangerous, wreaking havoc need for care and caution in locating a
wherever it gets out of control. We like home, or creating a firebreak between
fire, but we must be ever vigilant in its the home and growing trees.'
control, lest it damages or destroys our The Florida Division of Forestry
property, or threatens our life. addresses the issue of safeguarding a
Because of the incendiary nature of home in rural areas in a publication,
pinewoods, the mind-set of arsonists "Wildfire Hazard Assessment Guide
and the frequency of lightning strikes, for Florida Homeowners." Forestry
home fires are an ever-present danger stations throughout the state can
for those built in stands of timber. provide the magazine. and, other
Without a doubt, pine trees provide an materials relative to, fire safety, ,and
attractive setting for a home, and provide speakers for civic and other
utilizing the trees in the landscape is clubs. '-
right and proper, but care must be Losing homes to forest fies isn't
taken to reduce the danger inherent in confined to the western United States.
pine trees too near the house. In the past 10 years we have lost
Up until the middle of the 20th hundreds of homes in. Florida to
century, wildfires were not a problem wildfires, many along the east coast,
in Florida, and homes rarely burned as not too far from Starke.
result of woods fires.- Florida's By BUSTER RAHN, Editorial Writer
statewide open range allowed livestock


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Shrank Coburn
-MHLROSE Frank Wesley
pbu'n Jr., 79, of Melrose died
onday, April 11, 2005, at his
,sidqnce.
Born in Tarpon Springs, Mr.
,oburn moved to Melrose from
Sainesville 40 years ago. He was
nr electrician and served in the
!.S. Air Force. He was a member
f the International Brotherhood
f Electrical Workers Local #349
is Miami and was of the
.piscbpal faith.
Mr Coburn is survived by: his
4ife Patricia Coburn of Melrose;
,vo daughters, Debra Mills of
lelrose and Lori Collins of West
:'almi Beach; two sons, Frank
%esle. Coburn III of Melrose
.nd iSteve Coburn of East
troudsberg, Pa.; a brother
lichael Coburn of Seffon; a
sister Ann Coburn of Lakeland;
ighti grandchildren and two
reatjgrandchildren.
SMmorial services for Mr.
.oburn will be held at 2 p.m. on
.hur1day, April 14, 2005, in
.lelrose Episcopal Church.
Arrangments under the care of
4oriTig Funeral Home.,

Kathryn Davis
LAKE BUTLER Kathryn
vIcLeod Ritris Davis, 76, .of
,akei Butler died' Sunday, April
0, 2005, at. Shnds,.Alachua
general Hospital m in ainesville
following anex'terided illness.
I A lifelonQ resident of Union
bounty, Mrs. Davis was
'rrploped withthe Urin County
school Boardi as akus driver until
1993{when "she retired. She was a
-.ember of Sardis Baptist Church
)f Worthington Springs.
SMs. Davis is survived by:
threee daughters, ludy Ciastain of
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Evelyn and Thomas Kitchens of
Starke; two sisters, Sarah Davis
of Graham and Janice Lowe of
Waldo; and two grandchildren.
Funeral services for Mrs.
Edwards will be held at 6 p.m. on
Thursday, April 14, 2005, at
Madison Street Baptist Church
with the Rev. Charles Warren
officiating. A private burial will
follQw under the care of Archie
Tanner Funeral Home of Starke.

Donald Elixson
LAKE BUTLER Donald
Elixson, 60, of Lake Butler died
Thursday, Aliril 7, 2005, at
North Florida Regional Hospital
in Gainesville following an
extended illness.
:A. lifelong resident of Union
County, Mr. Elixson was in the
construction business before ill
health forced his retirement. He
is a member of the, Trinity
Baptist Church of Lake Butler.
Mr. Elixson is survived by:
his wife of 41 years Doris Finley
Elixson of Lake Butler; four
daughters, Doris Testone and
Ceceilia Elixson, both of Lake
Butler, Danielle Sargent of
Raiford and Denise Rainey of
Worthington Springs; three
sons, Donald A. Elixson, David
Elixson and Darren Elixson, all
of Lake Butler; a brother: Vernie
Elixson of Lake Butler; a sister
Mary Joye of Wesley Chapel;
and 20 grandchildren. He was
preceded in death by a daughter
Donue Lou Elixson.
Graveside services for Mr.
Elixson were April 10, 2005 in
Elzey Chapel Cemetery with the
Rev. Ralph Durham officiating.
Burial followed under the care of
Archer Funeral Home of Lake
Butler.


Nemia Johns
STARKE Nemia Aquino
Johns, 39, of Starke died Sunday,
April 10, 2005, at Shands UF in
Gainesville following an
extended illness.
Born in the Philippines, Mrs.
Johns lived in Starke since
1994. She was a homemaker and
member of Pine Level Baptist
Church.
Mrs. Johns is survived by: her
husband of 18 years John Paul
Johns of Starke; her parents
Agripino and Miquela Aquino of
Los Angeles; five sisters, Nelly
Costanios and Josie Aquino,
both of Los Angeles, Esther
Soriano, Melinda Castillo and
Teresita Santos, all of the
Philippines; three brothers,
Armand Aquino, Florante Aquino
and Lauro Aquino, all of the
Philippines.
Funeral services for Mrs.
Johns were April 13, 2005 in
, 'ine Level Baptist Church with
the Rev. Joe Lee, the Rev. Terry
Williamson and the Rev. Roman
Alvarez officiating. Burial
followed in Crosby Lake
Cemetery under the care of Archer
Funeral Home of Lake Butler.

Jimmy McClellan
GAINESVILLE Jimmy Ray
McClellan, 46, of Gainesville
died Wednesday, April 6, 2005,
at North Florida Regional
Medical Center following a brief
illness.
Born in Polk County on Dec.
14, 1958 the son of George and
Dorothy Green McClellan, Mr.
McClellan was disabled and was
of the Baptist faith.
Mr. McClellan is survived by:
a son; a brother Darrell Crews of
Starke; three sisters, Cynthia
Gunner, Lorrie .Griffis and


IakL Dutler, Jenny, ui 01ntad UHoarle Lucinda Davis, all of Starke.
Newberry and,Jackie Hewitt of Claude Hartley Funeral services for Mr.
Raiford; two;, step-daughters, McClellan were April 9, 2005 in
rlline Richardsoh 6f'Palatka and PALATKA Claude C. Hartley, McClellan were April 9, 2005 in
Illine Richardson of latka and 5 Ie the DeWitt C. Jones Chapel in
Susid Schneiders of Lake Butler; 85, of Palatka died Wednesday, the DeWith the Rev C Jones Chapel in
iwo sons, Tommy Rimes of Apul 6, 2005 at Roberts Hospice S take with the Rev. John
Cros City'aind Angus Rimes of Care Center in Palatka. Leddington conducting the
Lake; Butler; three-step-sons, Joe Born in Jacksonville,. Mr. services: Interment was in Dyal
Davis, James Davis and Eddie Hartle)" moed to Palatka five Cemetery.
Davi, all 'f Lake'-Butler; 10 years ago from Keystone
grandchildren. itnd 23 great- Heights. Hie was a U.S. Navy
grandchildren. Shewas preceded veteran of World War II and Bishop McDougald
grandchildren. S bhe was preceded retired fron the Jacksonville BROOKLYN, N.Y. Bishop,
n d ah by her parents R.W. Coach Company (now JTA) McDougald, 66, of- Brooklyn,
McLFod Woodington Sandal and following 32 years as a driver N.Y. died Tuesday, April 5,
MLo husbands. Thomas Rimes and was the Union President for 2005, in Calvary Hospital in
and Pete Davis. many years He was of the Brooklyn following a brief
Graveside services for Mrs. Baptist faith. illness,
Davi were. April 12, 2005 in Mr. Hartley is survived by: Born in Starke on Nov. 3,
ze Chapel Cemetery wih three daughters, Susan Howell of 1938, Mr.. McDougald moved to
.E Re .t Jacksonville, Ann Barber of Brooklyn from Starke. He served
Eld r Roger Pink.ston Palatka and Geraldine Lowe of .in the U.S. Air Force, worked for
officiating. Burial followed under Jacksonville; two sons, Gary the U.S. Postal Service and
the care of Archer Funeral Home Hartley of St. Augustine and retired from the New York Transit
:of Lke Butler. Larry Hartley of Orlando; 13 System. He was of the Baptist
Grandchildren and 25 great- faith.
Geneva E Adwards grandchildren. He was preceded Mr. McDougald is survived by:
in death by a daughter Linda Gail his wife Theresa McDougald of
STARKE Geneva Edwards, Rose andd'is' parentg'Albnzo !anfft Brooklyh; two .daughters, Freda '
49, of.Starke d,~ 'Sthdby, April-- -.Nellie Hanley. Hankerson of Starke and .Wend,
10, 2005 at anri Alach IT 1i Fuh''ValV'e/Avi~'et' Tot" "nMcDdi'catd"6f k'k6h'iille; h[
General Hospital in Gainesville Hartley were April 9. 2005 at mother Alice McDougald of
following an extended illness. Oak Hill West Cemetery in Starke; a brother Benjamin
Born in Bunnell, Mrs. Edwards Palaika with the Rev. Ben Jones McDougald Jr. of the Bronx,
lived in Grove Park before officiating. Burial followed under N.Y.; a sister Estella Kates of
mo ing to Starke 30 years ago. the care of Masters Funeral Home Starke; and two grandchildren.
She was manager at Island Food of Palatka He was preceded in death by his
Store in Waldo until ill health Memorial contributions may father Benjamin McDougald Sr.
forced her retirement. She was of be made to Hospice of the Lakes, and a sister Dorothy Lamar.
the Baptist faith. 6400 St. Johns Ave, Palatka, FL Funeral services for Mr.
Mrs. Edwards is survived by: a 32177 or to the Palatkg Moose McDougald will be held at 11
daughter Jenneina Brooks of Lodge #184, 1050 S. Hwy 19, 'a.m. on Saturday, April 16, 2005
Starke; her mother and father, Palatka, FL 32177. in' Ebenezer Missionary Baptist


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Church in Starke with tne Rev.
Glenn Dames, eulogist, and the
Rev. James N. Wilcox pastor
conducting the services.
Interment will follow in
Oddfellow Cemetery in Starke
under the care of Haile Funeral
Home of Starke.
Visitation will be at Haile
Funeral Home of Starke on
Friday, April 15, 2005; family
hour 4-5 p.m.; friends 5-8 p.m.
Family and friends will meet at-
the home of Estella Kates at 10
a.m.. Viewing at the church an
hour prior to the service.

June Norman
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS June
Frances Wade Norman, 70, of
Keystone Heights died Tuesday,
April .5, 2005, at her residence
following an extended illness.
Born in Linden on June 19,
1934, Mrs. Norman moved to
Keystone Heights in 1976 from
Starke. She was a retired
secretary/receptionist at Bradford
-Union Vo-Tech and was a
member of Hope Baptist Church.
Mrs. Norman is survived by:.
her husband of 53 years James
Everett Norman of Keystone
Heights; a daughter Sherrie June
Fink of Starke; two sons, Gary
Norman of Middleburg and Gary
Noriman" 'r rof, Keystone Heights;
.., i'.er. Lottie Goodson and
Ml.r' Eereit. boir of Linden;
two brothers, William S. Wade of
Ocala and. Jerry C. Wade of
Papama Cily; six grandchildren
and one great-grandchild.
Funeral services for 'Mrs.
Norman 'were April 8, 2005 in
Hope Bapti.st Church with Dr.
Gene Coons conducting the
services. Interment followed in
Hope Cemetery under the care of
Jones Funeral Home of Keystone
Heights.


Clarice Wood Sandra Ware.
Funeral services for Mrs. Tyre
HI MlPTON LAKE Clarice were April 8, 2005 in the Chapel
Annette Thomas Wood, 78, of of Archer Funeral Home of Lake
Hampton Lake died Tuesday, Butler with the Rev. Terry
April -12. 2005, at Bradford Elixson officiating. Burial
Terrace Nursing Home following followed in Dekle Cemetery.
'antextended illness.
Born in Starke on Oct. 31, .
1926, Mrs. Wood moved to David W etherby
Hampton Lake in 1999 from LAWTEY David Wayne
Gainesville. She was a retired LAWTEY Daviof d Wayned
business .education teacher from Wetherby, 49 of Lawtey died
Ne'.berr', High School and was a r Apr 205 at hs
member of Starke Women's Club residence.
and the Alachua County Retired Born in St. Albans, Vt., Mr.
Educators Club. Wetherby lived in Berkshire, Vt.
Mrs. Wood is survived by: her before moving to Lawtey 10
husband Joseph G. Wood of years ago. He served in the U.S.
Hampton Lake; two daughters, Army and worked as a. truck
Susan W. Rowald of Houston, driver.
Texas and Mary W. Bridgman of Mr. Wetherby is survived by: i
Jacksonville; a son Joseph G. sister Jackie Meunier of
Wood Jr. of Oak Ridge, Tenn.; a Richford, Vt.; five brothers,
brother F. Delano Thomas of Donald Wetherby and Bruce
,,.Starke; and six grandchildren. Wetherby, both of Richford,
Funeral"'sttvices 'for Mrs: ..- -ke,.Wetherbyv.and aymnqnd.
h i LI ,n Pn hillips, both of Berkshire..,and
-M Mo VC, 'n, ..of PU tine4,r NY.'
Friday. N lNp 15 5, in i.'
Family Life Center of First Friends will be received
Baptist Church of Waldo with the Sunday, April 17, 2005, at the
Rev. Jim DuBois conducting the home of Ed and Madlynn
services. Interment will follow Roberts, 24775 NW 22nd Ave.,
in Santa Fe Cemetery under the Lawtey, FL from 2-4 p.m. Archie
care of Jones Funeral Home of Tanner Funeral Home of Starke is
Starke. in charge of arrangements.


Edna Tucker
STARKE Edna Tucker, 68, of
Starke died Friday, April 8,
2005, at Windsor Manor Nursing
Home following an extended
illness.
Born in Cedar Key, Mrs.
Tucker lived in Starke for 34
years. She managed Powell's
Dairy Freeze until ill health
forced her retirement. She was a
caregiver and member of First
Baptist Church of Starke.
Mrs. Tucker is survived by:
Frank Knight of Starke; two
brothers, James Tucker of
Clermont and Charles Tucker of
Homosassa; and one grandchild.
She was preceded in death by her
mother and father Edward and
Edna Tucker.
Memorial services for Mrs.
Tucker were April 10, 2005 in
the Chapel of Archie Tanner
Funeral Home of Starke with
Chaplain. Billy R. Nix
officiating.

Hazel Tyre
MARIANNA Hazel M. Tyre,
69, of Marianna died Wednesday,
April 6, 2005, at Jackson
Hospital following an extended
illness.
Born April 14, 1935 in Lake
City, Mrs.. Tyre was a
homemaker.
Mrs. Tyre is survived by: her
husband of 52 years Wilfred W.
Tyre of Marianna; two sons,
Doug Tyre of Marianna and Don
Tyre of Wiggins, Miss.; three
brothers, Joe L. Shaw and John
Shaw, both of Lake Butler, and
Billie Shaw of Lake City; a sister
Lucille Waters of Lake City; 11
grandchildren and eight great-
grandchildren. She was preceded
in death by her parents Leon and
Alice Shaw, a son Steve Tyre and
two sisters, Mary Lee .Gray and'


SIn Memorq

In Loving Memory of
Bill Crouse
April 13, 2003
Two years have come and gone by
the way. Those left behind could
do naught but stay.
We carry on with heavy hearts still
today.
Our lives have an empty hole we
cannot fill. Daily thoughts and.
rdeeds mclide yous- i..1
Until we walk beside you again
with God's will.
We miss you.
Your wife and children,
grandchildren and
great-grandchildren


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Stephen Williams
MACON, GA. Stephen Lee
Williams, 35, of Macon, Ga. died
Sunday, April 10, 2005, from
injuries sustained in an traffic
accident.
Born in Jacksonville, Mr.
Williams lived in Lake Butler
before moving to Macon in
1987. He was a self-employed
electrician and member of
Harmony Freewill Baptist
Church in Lake Butler.
Mr. Williams is survived by:
his fiance Tammy Batten; a
daughter Melanie Marie Williams
of Brighton, Colo; a son Thomas
Claude Williams of Brighton; his
parents Jim and Norma Williams
of Macon; a brother Scott
Williams' of Macon; and his
maternal grandmother Loma
Stephens of Macon.
Graveside services for Mr.
Williams will be Saturday, April
16, 2005 at 11 a.m. in Ft. Call
Cemetery in Lake Butler with the
Rev. Pau Dziadul officiating.
Burial will follow under the care
of Archer Funeral Home of Lake
Butler.


Lillie Thomas
GAINESVILLE Lillie Mae
Owen Thomas, 84, of
Gainesville died Thursday, April
7, 2005, at Woodlands Care
Center in Gainesville following
an extended illness.
Born in Tifton, Ga. on Sept.
10, 1920 the daughter of Hobart
and Mae Lupo Owen, Mrs.
Thomas moved to Gainesville
from Hampton. She .was a
homemaker and member of
Victory Baptist Church.
Mrs. Thomas is survived by: a
daughter Barbara Elaine Taylor of
Gainesville; a son DeWayne
Taylor-Brown of Alexandria,
Va.; four grandchildren and five
great-grandchildren. She was
preceded in death by her husband
Albert C. Thomas.
Graveside services for Mrs.
Thomas were April 11, 2005 in
Santa Fe Cemetery with Pastor
Tommy Smith conducting the
services. Burial followed under
the care of Jones Funeral Home
of Starke.


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Lake Butler
man faces
drug charges
A Lake Butler man faces
drug charges after a search
warrant was served on his
home early Saturday morning.
Anthony Lydell George, 39,
was charged on warrants for
three counts each of
possession and sale of cocaine
with intent to sell,
manufacturing, delivery, etc.
A search warrant for .the
residence, curtilage and any
vehicles on the premises was
executed April 9 at 5:11 a.m.,
according to Deputy Mac
Johns. Officers knocked on the
door and announced
themselves. George was
hesitant in unlocking and
opening the rear door of the
residence. Movement and the
flushing of the toliet could be
heard inside, Deputy Johns
said, When George opened the
door he was taken into custody
on the three warrants.
During a search the officers
found a torn, empty baggie
with traces of cocaine inside a'
cabinet. In a bedroom, a cigar
leaf rolled around marijuana,:
referred to as a marijuana
r roach, was found.
In the truck, under clothing,
the officers found a pill bottle
containing 5.1 grams of crack
cocaine, a baggie containing
5.0 grams of powder cocaine
aind an empty pill bottle with
traces of cocaine, Deputy
Johns said.
SAgencies assisting in the
search were Bradford deputies,
Department of Corrections K-9
and Union-deputies.
Bond for the warrant charges
of possession and sale of
cocaine was set at $10,000
each.

3 charged
with theft
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tossing clothing over the stalls
into Pamela Smith's
possession, Sgt. Spriggle said.
All of the activity was being
video taped.
As the three were ready to
leave Beall's, the officers
stopped them and placed them
under arrest. Total value of the
theft was $600.
Barbara Smith was released
April 6 after a $5,000 surety
bond was posted.
Shavers was released April 8
after a $5,000 surety bond was
posted.
A $5,000 surety bond was
posted April 9 for Pamela
Smith's release.


Starke
woman
arrested for
fleeing police
A 21 -year-old Starke woman
was arrested April 4 for fleeing
from officers who %were
attempting to 'stop her vehicle.
Detra Coleman was driving
a vehicle on Old Lawtey Road
that had been reported stolen,
according to Starke Sgt. Kevin
Mueller. Attempts to stop the
vehicle were successful after a
chase through the area, Sgt.
Mueller said.
Coleman was charged with
driving while license
suspended, felony fleeing
attempting to elude and on a
warrant for violation of
probation fleeing attempting to
elude.
The vehicle 'has been
reported as stolen at least three
times recently, Sgt. Mueller
said. The allegedly stolen
vehicle had been loaned or
rented in exchange for drugs,
Sgt. Mueller said.
- The vehicle was released to
the owner, Rhoda Russ of
Lake Butler.
Bond for Coleman was set
at $7,000.


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for shoplifting at Beall's Two arrested
Outlet. a
Pamela Smith, 37, Barbara for theft at
Smith, 36, and Gordon
Shavers, 34, were charged by theater
Sgt, Donald Spriggle and Sgt. Two men were arrested
William Brown with felony April 7 for entering the rear of
retail theft. the Florida Theater after
Store personnel were closing and stealing a small
watching the three collect -,..amountOfcash. .,
merchandise throughout the Jamet Lee Martin, 36, and
store and enter a dressing Robert Ste%%art McGuire, 56,
room, Sgt. Spriggle said. both of Starke, were charged
Pamela Smith was placing the with burglary and theft by Sgt.
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charged with possession of
drug paraphernalia and retail
. theft, Sgt. Crews said.
Bond was set at $17,000 on
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McGuire. They remain in
custody.

Two charged
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A Starke couple was arrested
April 5 for stealing
merchandise from Wal-Mart.
Jarrod Kersey, 20, .and
.Emily Grace Myers, 22, were
charged by Starke Officer
William Murray with retail
theft after police were called to
a possible shoplifting. Kersey
had miscellaneous items .in a
bag and in his pockets. Value
of the stolen property was
$150.23. Items included a CD
player, a watch and candy,
Officer Murray said.
Myers had placed items
valued at $23.76 in her pants,
Officer Murray said. Several
pills were also found on
Kersey and Myers. They were
both additionally charged % ith
possession of a controlled
substance.
Myers was released after a
$20,000 surety bond was
posted.
Kersey remains in cusiodv
under a $20,000 bond.

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faces .drug.
charges-
A 32-year-old Clay County
deputy was arrested April 12
for delivering medication of a
controlled substance, Loritab,
to an undercover source. :,r :I
Jason Wayne Gambit' was
charged with sale, delivery, of a
controlled substance and sale,
delivery of a legend drug.


according to Sheriff Rick
Beseler. Gambill, a
probationary employee, was
suspended without pay on
April 5. His employment was
terminated by his arrest,'
Sheriff Beseler said.
An investigation began last
month after information was
developed that Gambill had
been providing prescription
medications Cialis and Loritab
(Hydrocodone Schedule III) to
agency members at no cost for
what is best described as
recreational use, Sheriff Beseler
said.
Gambill was recorded as
delivering this medication and
quantities of the controlled
substance. Loritab toI a
cooperating witness. The
source of these medications
remains. under investigation
and additional arrests are
possible. Further, the
investigation continues into
who within the agency received-
these medications.
Possession of a prescription
medication without a valid
prescription is a misdemeanor
offense. .Delivery of the
medication is a felony in the
third degree.
.Gambill was previously,
emplo'led by CCSO from
1992 to 2002 and May. 2003 to
Sept. 2003 before resigning to
work in the construction field.
He returned to the agency in
.January 2005 as a deputy
assigned to patrol.
Gambill was released on his
own recognizance.
Man arrested
again on
reptile charge
A 22-Near-old Starke man
With an apparent reptilian


fetish has again been arrested
for keeping snakes without a
permit.
Barry A. Dile was arrested
March 28 by Officer Paul King
with possession of venomous
reptiles without a permit. Dile
was living at the Magnolia
Hotel where he was living last
year when he was arrested for
keeping an alligator in his
room.
On July 11 he was arrested
for shooting into an
unoccupied vehicle. Dile, who
was homeless and unemployed,
was staying in a tent on a lot
off Crosby Lake. Neighbors
complained to deputies when
they. found he was keeping
snakes in the tent, some of
which were poisonous,
according to deputy Dwayne
Morgan. A member of Dile's
family moved the tent and
snakes before Dile returned.
When Dile found the snakes
were gone, he became upset
and tried to. find out what
happened. For some unknown
reason Dile got a .22 rifle from
his Van and started firing shots.
Residents of the area secured
themselves in their homes or
ran, trying to hide form Dile.
.One victim found four


bullet holes in her vehicle that
were caused by the rifle,
Deputy Morgan. said. The
vehicle was parked in her yard.
In court in October Dile
pled no contest possession and
transportation of alligator. He
was placed on six months
probation, 50 hours
community service work with
Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission is
possible, $297.50 court costs
and fine.
In December Dile pled no
contest criminal mischief,
improper exhibition of
dangerous weapon.. He was
placed on one year probation
for each count, ordered to make
restitution $951.90 to victim,
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to civil judgment.
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after a $2.000 sureAo bond was
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bond.
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Recent
arrests
in Bradford,
Clay or Union
The following individuals
were arrested recently by local
law enforcement officers in
Bradford, Clay (Keystone
Heights area) or Union
County:

Marcus Tavell Stoutamire,
21, of Starke was arrested
April 7 by Starke Sgt. Richard
Crews with leaving the scene
of accident without rendering
aid to the injured. According to
the 'victim and witnesses,
Stoutamire struck the victim
with a motor vehicle, then left
the scene, Sgt. Crews said.
Stoutamire was released from
custody after a $5,000 surety,
bond was posted.
Mario Devon Brown, 18. of'
Starke was arrested April 10 by
Starke Officer William Murray,
for aggravated battery. Brown
is charged with striking the:
victim. irthe mouth, causing a
laceration. Theo'victim then fell,
against a glass door and onto
the concrete floor, hitting her
head and elbow, Officer Murray
said. Bond on the charge was
set at $5,000,, ~
Charlie- Ashley, 30, was
arrested: .\pril 4 by Starke Sgt.
William Brown for scheme to
defraud. Ashley is charged with
re-selling ride tickets on the
i mida\ at the fair Bond was
set at $5.000.'
Rachel Krye Tillman, 38,
of Starke was arrested April 11I
by Starke .Officer Paul King
for possessidn of drug
paraphernali ..- cocaine,
controlled ;" substance,
prescription medication
without -prescription and
introductiofi 'of.contraband into
county jair. Tilman's vehicle
was traffic "topped at 6:24
a.m. The officer found a metal
crack pipe in the waist band of
her clothing. During a search
at the jail, officers found other
paraphernalia in Tillman's bra.
Several pills including Loratab
and Ultracet were also found.
Officer, King said.
William Hayre, 18, of
g t,-,nrie Heights i as'arrestied
battery. '"rr%
Robert Gerard Rascicot Jr.,
41, of Keystone Heights was
arrested April I I by Clay
Deputy Sean Olohan for
possession of drug
paraphernalia. Rascilot was
being questioned in reference.to
a report of his vehicle being
stolen. The investigation
revealed the vehiclee was not
stolen, it had been loaned to a
man in exchange for crack-
cocaine. Rascicot reported the
vehicle stolen because he was
mad at the man for giving him
bad crack and he %wanted to get
even withshim, Deputy Olohan
said. The deputy observed a
crack pipe in Rascicot's shirt.
The pipe contained residue
which tested positive for
S cocaine. Deputy Olohan said.
The report did not list Rascicot
Being charged with false report
of a crime.
Robert James Newman, 20,
of Brooker was arrested April 9
by Starke Officer Jason Crosby
for retail theft. Newman is
charged with removing
merchandise from the Citgo in
Starke without paying, Officer
Crosby said. A $1 ,000 surety
bond was posted for his release
from custody.
Robert Fulgham, 48, of
Hampton was arrested April 6
by Bradford Deputy James
Cedar for domestic battery. A
$1,000 surety bond was posted
for his release from custody.


Brandon Cox, 24, of
Hampton was arrested April 5
by Bradford Deputy Brian.
Waldorf for simple battery. A
$1,000 surety bond was posted
for his release from custody.

Jared Michael Hanson, 16,
of Lake Butler was arrested
April 8 by Union Sgt.
Raymond Shuford on a warrant
for escape from youthful
offender confinement with no
bond.
Michael Mallard, 35, of
Lake Butler was arrested April
6 by parole officers for
violation of probation
attempted lewd, lascivious.
Mallard violated by
committing a new offense of
smuggling contraband into
county jail.
Michael Douglas Crawford,
34; of Hampton was arrested
April 8 by Starke Sgt. Kevin
Mueller for possession of
marijuana and possession of
drug paraphernalia. Crawford
was seen walking on the
sidewalk of West Madison
Street. When he saw the
officer, he threw a plastic bag
to the ground. The bag
,contained approximately. 3.9
grams of marijuana, Sgt.
Mueller said. Inside Crawford's
hat the officer found a pack of
rolling papers. A $2,000
surety bond was posted for his
release from custody.
Rodney Wayne Carpenter,
53, was arrested April 5 by
Union Sgt. Ronald Pinkston
for disorderly' conduct.
Carpenter refused to leave the
Double Deuce Bar in Lake
Butler after being told to do so
by the owner and law
enforcement officers. A He
became belligerent and was
placed .under arrest, Sgt.
Pinkston said.
Marvin Daniels. 54, of
Gainesville was arrested April
7 by Starke Officer Matthew
Watson for disorderly
intoxication. Bond %was set at
$ 1,000.
Kelvin Hamm, 40, of
Starke was arrested April 6 by
Starke Officer J.W. Hooper for
domestic battery. Bond was set
at $1,000.
SShane Ugthy, '5"-~"rf
I iverview was arrested
by Officer Hooper or
possession of drug
paraphernalia and possession of
cannabis. Usery is charged
with having in his possession
a plastic bag of marijuana and
a silver metal pipe. A $2,000
surety bond was posted for his
release from custody.
Christopher Cole Goldstein.
21, of St. Augustine was
arrted April 5 by Union
Deputy Robert Manning for
disorderly intoxication.
Goldstein's vehiclee was stuck
in a ditch on SR-100. During
questioning, Goldstein, who
smelled strongly\ of an
alcoholic beverage, became
very agitated and very loud.
After being told to calm down,
he began cursing at the deputy.
He was placed under arrest.

Michael Mahan. 28, of
Gainesville was arrested April
6 by Sgt.,. Crews for
possession of cannabis and
drug paraphernalia. Mahan's
vehicle was stopped for
speeding on East Brownlee
Road. The K-9 alerted on the
vehicle where the officer found
marijuana and paraphernalia. A
$1,000 surety bond was posted
for Mahan's release from
custody.
Michael Adams. 37. of
Starke was arrested April 6 by
Starke Officer Keith Parker for
possession of cannabis The
marijuana was found during a
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search after his vehicle was
traffic stopped. Adams was
released after a $1,000 surety
bond was posted.
Jason Soloman Barr, 23, of
Starke was arrested April 10 by
Officer Hooper for possession
of crack cocaine, cannabis and
drug paraphernalia. The drugs,
a Brillo pad, a glass tube with
screen and residue were found
in Barr's possession. Bond was
set at $20,000.

Garry Moody, 27, of High
Springs was arrested April 5
by Officer Hooper for
possession of cannabis. Bond
was set at $1,000.
Kristina Marie Starr Bryan,
23, of Worthington Springs
was arrested April 11 by Union
Inv. Mac Johns on warrants
from Alachua and Levy
counties for possession of
controlled substance and giving
false name to law enforcement.
Total bond was set at
$112,000.


David Cary Smith,. 34, of
Starke was arrested April 10 by
Bradford Deputy James Cedar
on warrants for failure to
appear petit theft and disorderly
intoxication. During the arrest
the deputy found a syringe in
Smith's sock and he was
additionally charged with
possession of drug
paraphernalia. Total bond was
set at $10,000.

Troy Kearse, 18, of Starke
was arrested April 10 by
Bradford Deputy Brian Waldorf
for violation of probation
burglary of structure. He was
released on his own
recognizance by Judge David
Giant.
Jermaine Tyrone Carter, 26,
of Starke was arrested April 10
by Officer Hooper for failure to
appear harassing telephone
calls. Bond was set at $297.59.
Travis Reed, 21, of Starke'
was arrested April 6 by parole


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Charles Curtis Crawford,
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Donald Herndon, 19, of
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Starke Officer Swain on
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Phillip Andrew Hargis, 21,
of Keystone Heights was
arrested April 9 by Clay
Deputy D. Hanson on a capias
for indirect criminal contempt,
A cash-only bond was set at
$250.

Mari Hanson, 41, of Lake
Butler was arrested April 7 by
Starke Officer Matthew
Watson for violation of
probation from Columbia
County. A $5,000 surety bond
was posted for Hanson's
release from custody.

Truin Blye, 31, of Starke
was arrested April 5 by parole
officers for violation of
probation.

Kimberly Strickland, 25, of
Starke was arrested April 5 by
Bradford Deputy Casey Moore
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battery. Bond was set at
$5,000. She was released on
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0t40-04:55


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MAY 30
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JUNE 4
JUNE 7
JUNE 20
JUNE 22-24


INSTR
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GREIMEL
AKRIDGE
AKRIDGE
AKRIDGE
MABRY
GREIMEL
BRANNEN
CHAMBERLAIN


HRS
3

S3
I1 1

3
,3
3
3


FLAGS RM
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LGW SA210
SA204
"'SA204
SSA204
WG4 ST113
GW' SA108
M SA209
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ODOM 3 WG4 ST117
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9 AND END AUGUST 10

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ST105
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INSTR
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ZURHEIDE
TBA


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09.30-11:40
01:00-02:45
12:15-01:30
09:00-12:15
09:00-12:15
09:25-10:40
10:50-12:05


INSTR
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DENNIS
BRANNEN
SMITH
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Recent

arrests

in Bradford,

Clay or Union
The following individuals
were arrested recently by local
law enforcement officers in
Bradford, Clay (Keystone
Heights area) or Union
County:

Edward Elliott, 26, of
Melrose was arrested April 6
by Clay deputies on warrants
for failure to appear on bail and
attaching tag not assigned to
vehicle.

Randall McCarrell, 51, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
April 8 by Clay deputies on
warrants for worthless check,
draft, debit card.

Jason Allen Larson, 20, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
April 8 by Clay Det. Edwin
Gibson on- a warrant for
violation of probation
possession of cocaine with no
bond.

Randall Pass, 49, of Starke
was arrested April 5 by Starke
Officer David Bukowski on
warrant from Alachua Clay
and Putnam counties for
worthless check. Surety bonds-
were posted for his release
from custody'

William Henderson, 55, of
Lawtey was arrested April 5 by
Deputy Moore for failure to
appear trespass after warning
and violation of: probation
trespass after warning.

Traffic_
Lanny Ray Lemley, 40, of'
Starke was arrested April 8 by
Florida Highway Patrol
Trooper W.G. Smith for
driving under the influence
(DUI) with property damage.
Arriving on the scene of a
crash on Southwest 75th
Avenue, the trooper questioned


Lemley, who smelled of an
alcoholic beverage. Lemley's
vehicle was travelling partially
in the northbound lane while
southbound, Trooper Smith
said. After failing field sobriety
testing, Lemley was placed
under arrest. A $3,000 surety
bond was posted for his release
from custody.

Edmond Johnson, 65, of
Lawtey was arrested April 10
by Clay Deputy D.E.
Sutherland for DUI. Johnson's
vehicle was observed on SR-21
as it failed to stop for a traffic
light at CR-220. A vehicle
exiting CR-220 was almost
struck by Johnson's vehicle,
Deputy Sutherland said. Upon
questioning, Johnson, the
deputy noticed a strong odor of
an alcoholic beverage and asked
Johnson to perform field
testing. Johnson as unable to
pass the test. At the jail he
refused the breathalyzer.

Mystry Scott, 20, of Starke
was arrested April 10 by Starke
Officer William Murray for
driving while license suspended
or revoked (DWLS). A $500
surety bond was posted for
Scott's release.

Willie J. Newsome, 30, of
Starke was-arrested April 8 by
Officer Hooper for DWLS,
possession of crack cocaine and
possession of drug
paraphernalia. Newsome had
crack cocaine and a razor blade
in his pants' pocket. Bond was
set at $20,000.

Donald Triplett, 32, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
April I I by Clay deputies for
DWLS (knowingly) and
attaching tag not assigned.

Henery Springer, 47, of
Huningtoni, Tenn. was arrested
April 8 by Officer Hooper for
no valid driver's license
(NVDL). A $500 surety bond
was posted for his release from
custody.


Michael Fabian Smith, 39,
of Alachua was arrested April 9
by FHP Sgt. James Starling
for NVDL and possession of
drug paraphernalia. Smith's
1995 Oldsmobile was stopped
for speeding (70mph in a
45mph zone) on CR-227. A
clear tube with a wire mesh
was located in the vehicle, Sgt.


Starling
$2,000.


said. Bond was set at.


Buffie Wolfe, 34, of
Melrose was arrested April 8
by Clay deputies for DWLS.


Carl Daniel Sproles, 41, of
Keystone Heights was arrested


April 8 by Clay deputies for
DWLS and by Det. Gibson on
warrants from Putnam County
for violation of burglary and
grand theft.

Adrian McLemore, 45, of
Ft. Lauderdale was arrested
April 6 by FHP troopers for
DWLS habitual. A $6,000


surety bond was posted for his
release from custody.

John Batten, 69, of Lawtey
was arrested April 7 by Lawtey
Officer J.W. Padgett for
DWLS and violation of
driver's license restriction. He
was released after a $2;000
surety bond was posted.


ITEMS OF INTEREST


American

Heart ed

at Shands
Shands at Starke is offering
an advanced cardiac life support
course on April 28 and 29.
The course is $125 per
person, but is free for all
Shands employees.
Deadline to register is April
21.
For further information
contact 904-368-2374.- Pre-
registration is required. Class
size is limited.


Altrusa offers


and a need for financial
assistance.
The scholarship recipient
must be enrolled full time (12
credit hours), be seeking a
degree and maintain a 2.5 grade
point average.
"One of the main principles
of Altrusa International is that it
is a builder of women," said
Beverly Hardy, chair of the
Altrusa Starke Scholarship
Committee. "The 'members of
the Starke Altrusa Club feel that
by offering scholarships to
Bradford County women, we
are making our contribution
toward this, principle."
For more information and to
appjy, call Cheryl Canova at
(352) 395-5850.


scholarship to Registration

BC women is open for
A scholarship to attend Santa CoIl fof
Fe Community College is UC llege for
available to Bradford County,, Kids
women through the Altrusa
International of Starke _-Registration is currently
scholarship fund. The deadline open for Santa Fe Community
to apply is April 15. College (SFCC) College for
The $1,150 scholarship will Kids (CFK) 2005.
be' awarded for the 2005-2006 The College for Kids is a
academic year. fun- and learning-filled summer
To qualify, the recipient must program for students entering
be at least 25 years old,;, a grades six through 10 (or the
Bradford County resident, and equivalent ages if home
United States citizen; have a schooled).
definite plan to 'use her Half and whole day sessions
education for career are available and. a variety of'
advancement or to enter or re- classes are offered.
enter the job market; be a; Registration forms and
student at SFCC or have been scholarship applications are
recently accepted to SFCC; and available at the SFCC Andrews
demonstrate scholastic ability Center, 209 W. Call St. in


Starke.
Scholarship applications
-must be returned by no later
than Friday, April 29.
For information or to request
an application, call Cheryl
Canova, SFCC Andrews
Center director, at 904-964-
5382 or e-mail at comm-
ed@sfcc.edu.
CFK is listed on the
.Community Education web
site, at www.mysfcc.com.

Benefit

Bargain Barn

set for

April 29
Shands at Starke laboratory
will sponsor a Dreams Come
True benefit from 7 a.m. to 7
p.m. on Friday, April 29, at
Shands at Starke.
Donations of music tapes
and CDs, quilts and comforters,
movies, books, toys, bikes,
art, games, clothing, fishing
and boating equipment,
jewelry, tools, sporting and
camping supplies, perfumes
and beauty supplies,
collectibles and kitchen
supplies will be accepted April
25-28 at Shands at Starke.
Food and entertainment will
be available. The public is
invited.
For information call 904-
368-2300, ext. 150 or email
Linda Bowen,
bowenlr@shands.ufl.edu or
Judy Jones at
jonesjg@shands.ufl.ed.


All items not sold will be
donated to a non-profit
organization.


I


Delaney Crosby

Delaney.. !

Crosby

crowned
On April 9, 16-month-old
Delaney Crosb\ \as cro,.ned
"Tiny Miss Bradford Counts
Fair Sunburst Queen" at the
preliminary Sunburst Pageant
held at the Bradford' County
Fair.
The daughter of Terri and
Richard Crosb\ of Rivermiew,
Delaney will go on to represent
Bradford County in Orlando in
the Sunburst Forida state finals
in May.


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needs work Only $1800
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1 bad engine. 1 luelproD-
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callle rack, $800. Also
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shape. $500. Call 904-
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' UTILITY BOX FOR flil size
pickup, $90. Call 352- .
473-0414.
2003 FORD TAURUS,
38,500 miles, V6 engine,
power everything, CD
player, NADA price
$11,200 asking $9,900.
Call 352-473-8106.
45 Land For
Sale
2 ACRES OF LAND In
Union County off of SR
239-A. Comer lot off ol
paved road with septic
tank, stream runs
through middle & rolling
hills, Ideal location for
someone who desires
access 'to both
Gainesville and Lake
Buller $17.000 per acre
Please call on weeker.as
850-499.1447
27 ACRES ON US 301 in
Hampton, 1000 ft of road
frontage. $1,000,000.
Call 352-468-2959.


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WE BUY JUNKY
HOUSES, nice ones too.
Can close in under 72
hours. 352-258-0865 or
webuyjunkyhouses.com.
47 Commerical
Property
IDEAL LOCATION! 2800
SOFT building with of-
fice, barn, mini storage,
5 acres, for rent all or
part, off of South 301.
Call 904-964-3827 for
more information.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS,
SR21S, OFC/WHSE all
AC, 2500 sq. ft. Call 352-
473-5174 or 352-475-
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OFFICE/WAREHOUSE,
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Powell's $750 mth. Call
Smith & Smith Realty at
904-964-9222.
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48A. on Siler Lake, over
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BEAUTIFUL 4BR/2BA
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glamourbath and screen
porch. Call Kevin Sapp at.
Apex Realty Services,
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HOMES FOR SALE 100%
financing available, all
credit types considered.
Call 352-478-9212.
WALK TO KEYSTONE
schools, 4BR, 1800 sq ft
home, wiln 20x40 in
giouna pool. porch &
deck, $139,900 PhDne
352-475-6260. i
4BR/2.5BA, 1726 sq ft
brick home, fenced back
yard, CH/A, close to hos-
pital. $125 000CalL904-
INVESTOR SPECIAI'Ic-
torian home on B-2 lotl 2
* story, needs renovation.
Steal it or $69.000. CI1
904-964-4111.
FOR SALE BY OWNE ,
2203 sq ft custom nome
in Lakewood subdivision,
3BR/2BA, in ground
pool, FP in great room1
325 sq ft loft Shown b
appointment $197,500
Call 904-964-4482.
SITE BUILT HOUSE 4/3 on
5 acres wiih pond,
horses okay, completely
remodeled, everything
new. Keystone area.
* 315C near paved road.
Consider. owner financ-
ing-with $5000 down.
Call 352-692-4343
FOR SALE. 7906 CR229.
Pleasant. Grove Area,
4BR/1BA, clean, CH/A,
nice neighborhood, 2
acres, pecan trees &
much more $70.000, R.
Austin Realty, Inc., 904-
796-0862.
LAND HOME PACKAGES,
many to choose from.
Call 352-468-2959.
49 Mobile
Homes For
Sale
2BR/2BA, SWMH located


in Lawtey, large whirlpool 2BEUHUOM, 1.5 bath,
bath in MBA, CH/A, single wide mobile home,
$16,000. You must CH/A, $425 month (first
move. Call Shenekia and last months rent plus
Johnson at 252-636- deposit). Call 904-964-
3305. 8431 or 352-745-1189.
13TH STREET over- LARGE 2BR/2BA W& D
stocked sale brand new hookups, large yard,
Fleetwood 4+2 setup large porch, $570 month,
and del, a/c, skirting, and 1st, last, security deposit.
2 mini decks for $36,995.
Call Mike at 352-373- Call 352-473-9622.
5428. WALDO VILLAS- 1,2 & 3
13TH STREET HAS ONE Bedroom apts. Starting
brand new 32x80 at $335 a month. EHO
Fleetwood with 25 foot Call Nita at 352-468-
master bedroom, up- 1971.
grade appliance pack- MELROSE AREA 14" wide
age, glamour bath, fire- MH, 2BR/1.5BA, clean,
place, shingle roof, and CH/A, utility bldg,
lap siding for $55,995. Washer & Dryer hook-
Includes setup, 5 ton a/ ups, front porch, roof-
c, skirting, and 2 mini over, 1/2 acre fenced
decks. Call Mike at 352- yard. 2 adults max. No
373-5428. pets, $450 month. Call
13TH STREET over- 352-475-3468.
stocked brand new 3BR/2BA, SWMH, CH/A,
14x70, $25,995. Setup all electric, $375 month,
and del, a/c, skirting, and near prison. Call 904-
2 mini decks. Call Mike 964-6445.
at352-373-5428. LARGE 2BR/2BA,
4BR/2BA, DW, 1993 WASHER & dryer hook-
Homes of Merit, 64x28, ups, large yard, large
O 1/3 acre landscaped ,i r. $570 month, 1st,
lot, HIghridge Es':e4 .-.mt ..cu.-iv deposit,
$54,500.6321 Dennison C.0II .2--"73-9622.
Ave, Keystone Haeights, 2BRt2BA MH, CH/A, near
352473-0156,Noowner Worminnroin Springs,
il\-. ".""' -35ii month plus $400
OWVNE FI4ACE 3BR/ deposit. No pets, 1 child
28A doublewide. New max. Call 386-496-2554.
well and septic, 13 acre TRAILER FOR RENT:
wooded lot, Keystone 2BR/1BA, washer &
Heights Area $1495 dryer, microwave, enter-
down. Call 352-258- tainment center, front
0865. porch, on 1 acre of land.
OWNER FINANCE 2BR/ Mowing service pro-
1BA 1/3 acre, Keystone vided, $500 first and last
HeightsArea$995down. months rent and $300
Call 352-258,0865. deposit. Call 904-964-
12 SWMH 2BR/1BA, 12 4386 ask for James.
wide, located in Starke. KEYSTONE 2BR/1BA
Priced to sell fast, each MH on one acre, country
or as a package deal. setting, paved road off
You must move. Call Gasline Road, storage
904-964-8810. shed, $395 plus deposit.
50 For Rent Call 352-473-0096 or
50 For Rent 352-235-1288.
FURNISHED ROOMS RENT-TO-OWN Brand
FOR RENT! COM- new construction, site
_ PLETE with CH!A, cable built home, 3BR/2BA,
provided, all utilities paid! large wooded 2/3 acre
Centrallocation.Idealfor lot, Keystone Heights
senior citizens with 10o% area. $1995 down. Call
discount on first monllhs 352-258-0865. ,
rent for senior citizens. NICE 1BR GARAGE apart-
Rooms with private bath, ment, Worthington
$95 $105/wk. Room Springs area, includes
without Dath. $80. Laun- utilities,,satellite, washer
dry facilites available & dryer. No smoking or
Close to churches, pets. $475 a month. Ref-
stores, downtown shop- erences required. Call
ping, theatre, and nmorel 386-496-2354.
See Manager at the 52Animals &
Magnolia Hotel, across
from the Starke Post Of- Pets
fice. 904-964-4303. LAB PUPPIES, 2 Black, 6
WE HAVE 2OR bedroom weeks old, $50 each.
MH, clean, close to Call 904-964-5672.
prison, ideal for small AKCAMERICANStaffshire
family or couples. Call Terriers. 8 weeks old,
352-468-1323 ready to go with health
SOUTHERN VILLAS OF certificates. Blues,
Starke Apts., Looking for brindle, black w/ white,
applicants. 1& 2 BR HC blue brindles, and a fawn
& non HC apartments, brindle. Champion
Central ac/heat, on site bloodline. Parents on
laundry, playground;p+ri:-m -.prenmises. $600.:each, 1

SR16. 1001 Southern CHIHUAHUA PUPPIES.
Villas Dnve, Starke, FI or 1st shots and health cer-
call 904-964-7295, TDD/ ificaies. $200 each
TTY 711 Equal Housing Firmn Call 352-745-0632
Opponrtunity or 904.964-5979
3BR/1BA. FARM house 53 Yard Sales
style, nice neighborhood. FRIDAY & SATURDAY,
$500/mth. Ist, last, 9am1o3pm, 3 families.
lease, security. No pets. Clothes, jeans, pots,
Single family residents Cshes, colectases
only. Call 904-964-3579. dishes, collectables,
FOR RENT- 2 & 3BR's, tools. 1/4 mile east of
water included, fenced Worthington Springs on
yard, no pets, deposit SR 18
required. Call 386-496- MOVING SALEIAt Esther
3067 678-438-6828 or (Ellerson) Kelly's, 21393
678-438-2865. NW SR 16, Starke,
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, Heilbronn Springs Area.
Mooile Home Park, on Fnaay & Saturday. April
SR 100. Large 2BR/2BA, 15 & 16 Clomes Doy 4T
CH/A, washer & dryer -12 new & used Women
hookups $425 monmn 8 22 new & used lumrn-
plus security and utilities.
Good rental history re- Keystone
quired. Large 2BR/2BA,
excellent condition. CH/ Uandlr" an y
A, $485 month plus se-ndy an
durity and utilities. Call
R ack @ 352-473-3569. *( ;rp-ienn.
2B DROOM rental on *l.t,-rn turr
Smith Lake, good fishing.
Call Chuck Willis Realty *PitiiI~b "shing
at 352-473-0205. (kld .i4..
3BR/2BA AT 430 Nightin- \ .rdl \ or,
gale St, $750 month rdnito-ii
$775 security deposit.o-
No pets. Call 352-473- *Ijcenwd & Iihiiried
8055.


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HOUSE FOR SALE
S7906 CR-229*Starke, FL
Very nice 4 BR/1 BA home on '2 acres of
grassy open field and pecan trees. A near
new 4.5 ton A/CN unit, hardwood floors,
1560 sq. ft. Nice neighborhood & more:..

Priced to sell!

$70,000

A MUST SEE!

CALL 904-796-0862.


ture, twin bedroom set,
appliances, donation
rack/table. Just a little of
everything, but every-
thing must go. 19
YARD SALE, FRIDAY,
April 15 and Saturday,
April 16, 8am until? 301
North 2nd house from
Harvest Christian.
Household items,
clothes, etc.
ESTATE AND YARD
SALE, 6143 Navarre
Ave, Hampton, 6/10 mile DR
off of 301 on CR18. Fur-
niture, household, an-
tiques, linens, clothes,
tools, plunder boxes,
8am to 5pm. April 14,15, KI
& 16,2005.
SATURDAY, 8AM TO
2PM, SR 231 from Lake
Butler at Sutton resi-
dence, look for signs.
3 FAMILY YARD SALE.
Books, furniture, glass- BI
ware, toys, baby items &
more. SR 16 West &
Market Road, April 16,
8am until?
COLOSSAL YARD SALE
Stuff, stuff & more stuff.
West on CR229 approx BI
2 miles past Vo-tech on
right. Saturday 8am un-
til?
GARAGE AND YARD
sale, Friday & Saturday
8am til 2pm. Go 2 miles
on SR 16 east to NE 17 BE
Ave, turn right and go to
162nd St., and turn right
go to dead end.
YARD SALE, OUT 1.7
miles on SR16 east. Fri-
day & Saturday, 8am to
? Follow green signs.
TV's, baby Items, toys,
furniture, clothes, bnng a D
friend.
JO-LU MOTEL & mobile
home park, going out of
business sale, Rain or
shine, most items inside.
Lots of furniture, linens,
toilets, sinks, TV's, AC's,
appliances etc. April M
June 1, across from Wal
Mart.-
54 Keystone
Yard Sales
FURNITURE SALE AT
Mini storage on SR100,
9am, Saturday, April 16.
Dining room set, all
wood, coffee table & end
table, 20 CU FT self de- P
frost upright freezer, all
wood desk & much
much more. 352-473-
4488.
GARAGE SALE, Saturday,
9am to 2pm. Lots of
good, clean stuff for all.
Off SR21, across from,
Food Lion.
YARD SALE Prices
slashed. Rottweiler pup-
pies. Sale is Thursday -
Sunday, from 9am til
dark, at 137 Ranchette
Circle, off of Bellamy Rd. L
352-478-1427.
FRIDAY & SATURDAY, 9
TO 4PM. Building mate- 1
rialss, lumber, cabinets,
.doors, collectibles, an-,
|tlques, lawnr mowerr' s
sewing machine, anten-
nas. eic 7467 Hilltop Dr.


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Service, LLC


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922 EA Bro nlee St. Starke, Florida

Newly Remodelel
2 & 3 Bedrooms Available

Rent is based on Income
Waler, Sewer
S On-Sile Laundry Facilil & Play Areas
Office Open: Monda) Friday 8:00 to 4:30 p.m.
Call (904) 964-7133 1
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Additional acre
MLS#238041.


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"We're now selling
our 4th Generation."


Keystone Heights.
56 Trade or
Swap
985 BRONCO 11, 4 wheel
drive, new trans, eng,
brake lines, shocks, cold
air, new battery and
more. REDUCED to
$1000 OBOI Can be.
seen at ESP Automotive
on SR21 in Keystone or
call 386-445-6302.
57 For Sale
DRIVEWAY MATERIALS, C
hauling spreading.
Bradford Limerock
Sales, 904-782-3172 or
904-509-9126 cell #.
ENMORE WASHER and
dryer, new type $100
and up each, electric
stove, written guarantee,
free local delivery. For
appointments, call 904- F
964-8801.
ED-QUEEN orthopedic
Pillowtop mattress and
box. Name brand, new in
plastic, with warranty.
Can deliver. Sacrifice
$140. call 352-372-
8588.
ED-KING SIZE Pillowtop
mattress and boxspring
With manufactures war-
ranty. Brapdinew still in
plastic. Can deliver Sell
for $200 Call 352-372-
7490.
EDROOM SET 7 piece" L
Gorgeous cherry queen/
king bed, dresser, mirrdr,
2 nightstands, chest
available, dovetail .con-
struction. New still in
ooxes Retail $5200
sacrilce of $1400 352
377.9846
INING ROOM'SUITE.
beautiful cherry laole, 6
chippendale chairs and
lighted hutch and buffet.
Brand new still boxed.
Can deliver. Retail
$5800, sacniice $1100.
352-377-9846 -,
IATTRESS TWIN sets
$89, full sets $129,
Queen sets $159, King
sets $189. Mattress Fac-
tory, 441 Easi Brownlee
St. Carpets,also- large
room size pieces. Save.
a lot. Cash and Carry.
Call Sonia at 352-473:
7173 or 904-964-3888.-
ILLOW TOP MATTRESS
sale. You can save on
national brands. Shop
first then compare. Full
pillowtop sets $299,
queen pillowtop sets
$399, King $499
Memory foam sets as on
TV- too low to advertise.
Call 352-473-7173 or
904-964-3888
;HERRY ENTERTAIN-
MENT center for TV/Sie-
reo. New $1000 asking
$400 Call 352.473-
8055.
AWNMOWERS and trail-
ers for sale. Call anytime
904-964-4118.
3 PIECE SOLID PECAN
dining room .set,. in ....-.
chairs Excellent cd hdl- ...
tion. Drexel Brand


zbzbOO. Call 904-964-
6300.
CROSLEY 6X12 UTILITY
trailer, single axle, with
tail gate, 7 months old,
$850. Call 904-364-
7025.
SNAPPER HYDRO
STEER walk behind
mower 52" cut, 16hp,
Briggs & Stratton Van-
guard, 8 to 9 years old,
runs great, $1250. Call
904-364-7025
CHILDCRAFT BABY crib
& mattress, solid wood,
natural color, looks new,
converts to toddler bed
or full headboard, origi-
nal hardware, recall info
& instructions $150. Call
904-966-0574 after
5:30pm or leave mes-
sage.
FOR SALE: Glass-top di-
nette table with 4 chairs.
Like new. $150 firm.
Quality cherry-wood
futon, with full size mat-
tress, $150. Call 352-
475-3758.
FOR SALE: 2Snapper
riding mowers. 1-28" cut,
1-30" cut, both 10hp,
very good mowers, $375
each. Call 904-964-
6524. Heilbron Springs.
59 Personal
Services
LAWN CARE AND pres-
sure washing. Free Es-
timates. Contact Kenny
at 352-485-2639.
K&T LAWN MAINTE-
NANCE, 10 years expe-
rience. Full maintenance
service, Starke
Gainesville & surround-
ing areas.. Competitive
pricing. Call for a free
estimate 352-485-1887.
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,,al,J of


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CONVENIENT LOCnTION 3BR FRAME HOUSE IN TOWN
OUSE ON TWO ACRES. on 3 city lots. Needs some TLC but
age available. $60,000. has lots of potential. $39,500.
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CHURCH Fellowship
and bible studies Satur-
day night In Lawtey, Fl.
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Lawtey, Fl, 32058. 904-
654-6463.
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
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fully equipped. Available
separately or together.
Call 352-498-0709.
65 Help
Wanted
LIMO DRIVERS
NEEDED, Part time,
clean MVR, clean-cut,
male or female, mostly
weekend work. $12 per
hour. Call 904-782-
9889.
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 barber
wanted at O'Hair. Call
Laura at 888-535-3446.
SALES OPPORTUNITY.
For retail advertisement


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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.
WEEKEND DOG/ CAT/
animal sitter. I will
babysit your pet dog,
cat, rabbit, goat, reptile,
bird or any other animal.
You just call 904-654-
6463 or email
ghostchild88@earth
link.net for more details.
SPEECH AND READING
TUTOR available on
weekends. Improve your
speech and speaking
skills. All ages and for-
eign as well. Call write or
email for more details
904-654-6463 or email
ghostchild88 @earth
link.net, P O Box-815,
Lawtey, FI 32058.
LAWN SERVICE & IRRI-
GATION mowing, trim-
ming, edging, clean-ups,
hedging, new irrigation
installation & service
gutter drains. Licensed &.
insured. Commercial or
residential. Irrigation &
Landscape Solutions
352-214-1136 or 386-
496-1017.
MUSICAL/TALENT career
development advice. In
a band? Like to rap?
Want to model? Don't let
your talent and dreams
fade. Call, write or visit
page for helpful tips,
904-654-6463,
home.earthlink.net/
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GUITAR LESSONS. Call
904-964-6010.
PAINTING- Is your house
- needing a change. Call
Steven's Painting. Free
estimates senior dis-
count 352-875,4231.
J & P HOME SERVICES,
home repairs, home
cleaning painting &
more for reasonable.
rales call Johnny or Pam
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for print media. Ideal job
for retired person who
has experience in sales.
Salary and commis-
sions. Send Resume to
P.O. DrawerA, Starke, Fl
32091.
$1380 WEEKLY guaran-
teed! 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.
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.
BOOKKEEPER/ADMIN
ASST. AR/AP/PAyroll/FI-
nancial Reporting/Office
duties- working knowl-
edge of Quickbooks,
Microsoft Office, Recep-


tionist, filing a must. Will-
ing to learn products-
Construction industry
background a +. Fax re-
sume to 352-475-3644.
EXPERIENCED SMALL
engine mechanics
needed. Apply at Curtis
Parts & Service, 305 E
Brownlee St, Starke.
CLERICAL Experience in
AP, AR and payroll pre-
ferred. Full time, ben-
efits, DFWP. Call 352-
473-4984.
MAINTENANCE
WORKER needed full
time, electrical exp pre-
ferred. DFWP, EOE,
great benefits.
Gustafson Dairy, apply
at 4169 Oak Ridge Ave,
Green Cove Springs, Fl.
800-342-1092.,-
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.
HAND HOUSE POR-
TABLE buildings. Secre-
tarial/ sales person
needed. Mon Sat, part-
time month then full-
time position. Sales exp
a plus, must have trans-
portation. Must be willing
to travel to Middleburg
somedays. Call 904-
964-3330 ask for
Tammy.
LAWTEY, FL. temporary
part-time weekend work
for high school or middle
:school aged. person. If
you can dig a ditch with
a shovel., you qualify.
$10 per hour. Call 904-
654-6463 If interested.
A/P & PAYROLL CLERK
needed for busy local
office. Minimum 2 years
exp. Quickbooks exp
preferred. Mail resume
to Accounts Payable, C/
O BC Telegraph, PO
Drawer A, Starke._FI


32091 orfax to 904-964-
4178.
DUMP TRUCK DRIVER
NEEDED with Class B
CDL. Drug-free work-
place with benefits.
Andrews Paving, Inc.
386-462-1115.
SITEWORK CONSTRUC-
TION labors, needed
DFWP with benefits,
Andrews Paving, Inc.
386-462-1115.
DRIVERS- ARE YOU get-
ting a pay raise In 2005?
Roehl drivers arel Van
drivers- up to .39 plus
bonus. Flatbed drivers-
up to .41 plus bonus,
plus tarp. Up to $2,000
sign on bonus. Students
welcome. Class A re-
quired. EOE, call Roehl,
"The takehome more,.
be home more carrier."
$$$ 800-626-4915 $$$
www.GoRoehl.com.
CHILDREN'S OUT-
REACH Assistant. Reli-
able person to present
programs to preschool
age children at childcare
centers. High school
graduate with valid
- Florida driver's license,
basic computer skills,
use of intemet and email
knowledge required.
Knowledge of children's
literature, work with chil-
dren and children's pro-
gramming desirable.
Resident of Baker,
Bradford, or Union
Counties. $7.75 per
hour/25 hours per week.
Mon-Fri, 8am to 1:30pm.


Apply in person at New
River Public Library Co-
operative, 110 N Lake
Ave, Lake Butler, Fl
32054. Application pe-
riod ends Monday, April
18, 2005 at 5pm. New
River Public Library Co-
operative is a drug free
workplace. EOE. .
BOOKKEEPER/CLERK
for small accounting and
tax business in Lake
Butler. Approximately 15
hours per week. Call
386-496-1878.
LAWN MAINTENANCE
helper needed. Reliable,
honest, non-smoker pre-
ferred. 352-468-3639.
Mon- Fri, leave mes-
sage.
HEAVY EQUIPMENT me-
chanic. Drug Free Work
Place with great ben-
efits, Must have valid
Driver License. Andrews
Paving, Inc. 386-462-
1115.
NOW HIRING WENDY'S
in Waldo, management
and crew, flexible hours,
applications accepted
after 2pm, Mon Fri, no
phone calls please.
NEEDED: CARETAKER
for elderly lady in
Bradford County, every
other weekend, light
housekeeping and cook-
ing. Send qualifications
and phone contact to PO
Box 507, Starke FI
32091.
PROFESSIONAL DRIV-
ERS, $1000 new hire
bonus for experienced
drivers. Call about dry


QUALITY EXPRESS

TANK LINES
HIRING OTR DRIVERS
Start at .31 per mile, Loaded & Empty
Potential of .32 per mile. Assigned
2005 Tractors. Med, Dental, Bonuses
2 years OTR Exp. Required
Call Betty
800-255-2161


HEAVY EQUIPMENT
OPERATOR
TRAINING FOR
'EMPLOYMENT


Bulldozers, Backhoes,
Loaders, Dump Trucks,
Graders, Scrapers,


Excavators,
Next Class: May 9th
-National Certification
-Financial Assistance
-Job Placement
800-383-7364
Associated Training Services
www.atsn-schools.com


PUBLIC SAFETY DISPATCHER
The .-Bradford Count. Sheriff'< Office is now accepting
applications for the full-time position 'of Emergency
Communications Officer. This is an exciting, fast paced position
requiring someone with good communications skills, patience,
deterity and the ability to make rapid, crucial decisions when
dispatching law enforcement, fire and emergency medical
personnel The ,ucceslul applicant must read and speak
English, hz\e a hih school diploma, basic computer skills, and
undergo a thorough background check. This position is shift
work that has three-day weekends ever\ lt,.o weeks. Beginning,
salary is $Sl.0i.Xi per yeai with full benefits including health
insurance, annual le.ae and the Florida Retirement S stem.
Applications ma\ be picked up during normal working hours at
the Biadlord Career Ceniie .1r 60t) N. Orani'e St .Siarkp Fi .


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bulk and flatbed posi-
tions at our Newberry
terminal. 866-300-8759.
LAWN WORKER NEED-
ED, 6 months to 1 year
of commercial lawn ex-
perience train for lead
man, need good attitude
& good drivers license.
Call Larry in the eve-
nings at 352-473-2542.
KITCHEN UTILITY/dish-
washer. Full time posi-
tion. Apply Penney Re-
tirement Community
800-638-3138 or 284-
8200, Drug free Work
Place and EOE.
FOOD SERVICE supervi-
sor. Position to join cur-
rent management staff
of one director and one
supervisor. Prior super-
visory or lead cook ex-
perience required. Call
Annette at 904-284-
8529. Apply Penney Re-
tirement Community,
800-638-3138 OR 904-
284-8200. Drug free
work place and EOE.


EARN UP TO $7 TO
START, McDonalds of
Alachua has full and
part-time positions for all
shifts. Apply in person
anytime or come in for
immediate interview
Monday from 3 to 5pm.
EOE.
FULL TIME CUSTODIAL
maintenance position
now available at
McDonald's of Alachua.
Earn up to $7.50 to start.
Apply in person anytime.
EOE.
COUNTER/CUSTOMER
service position. Must be
bondable with good at-
tendance and punctual-
ity records. Applications
available at New Method
Cleaners, 311 N
Temple, Starke. NO
PHONE CALLS
WANTED PART TIME
worker for yard work and
repair around home.
904-964-5748.
LOWBOY DRIVER
NEEDED with Class A


LAnCCITY

INSTRUCTOR
ASSOCIATE DEGREE NURSING PROGRAM
198 Duty Days full-time Tenured track position
to conduct the learning experience in the
classroom, laboratory and/or clinical area.
Prepare for instruction (syllabi, lesson plans, tests;
and recommended course offerings, sequence,
faculty assignments).
Requires MSN in Nursing, State of Florida
Licensed RN or License eligible, plus 3 years
experience as staff nurse.
Computer Literate. Open until filled.
Review of applications to begin April 18, 2005.
INQUIRIES:
HUMAN RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT
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149 SE College Pl., Lake City, FL 32025-2007
INFORMATION 386-754-4314; FAX 386-754-4594
E-mail: Boenichergi'.Ilakecit.cc.edu
Require College ,pplication. Resume & Transcriplt
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Application Deadline: April 21.2005
Overview: The Office of College
Relations is seeking a full-time communi-
cations specialist. The specialist will write
and proofread press releases, and prepare
print anat web-based publications.,prepare
advertisements and other materials for the
external media or in-house
communications
Minimum Qualifications: Bachelors
degree in journalism or English related
discipline required. Ability to multi-task
assignments, produce media materials, and
proofread copy accurately with attention
to detail preferred. Experience working in
journalism or public relations preferred. A
criminal background check will be
conducted.


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or call Human Resources at 352-395-5185


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Route Sales Trainee
CDL Class A Licenses Required
Competitive Salaries /
Excellent Benefits
To apply go to
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WHITEHEAD BROS., INC.ILAKE CITY LOGISTICS, INC.
OTR DRIVERS NEEDED
Go through Home several times most weeks.
Home most weekends. Personalized dispatch ig
that comes from only dispatching 25 trucks at
our location here in Starke. Vacation pay, Sa ety
,F Bonus up to $1,200 per'year. Driver of the Year
S:. .,,"', 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


CDL. Drug-free work-
place with benefits.
Andrews Paving, Inc.,
386-462-1115. Experi-
ence a must.
HELP WANTED: Needed
masonry tenders. Must
have own transportation.
Will train. Only serious
need apply. Call Paul af-
ter 7pm at 352-475-
2885.
HAMPTON HOUSE
CHILDCARE needs ex-
perienced childcare
workers. Must be de-
pendable and have nec-
essary hours. Serious
inquiries only. Call be-
tween 6am and 6pm,
Monday- Friday. 352-
468-2581.
HELP WANTED- Con-
struction Contractor and
HOME TRIM
REPAIRS % WORK

JOHN

THOMAS

APlumbing Repairs
A Floors Decks
A Vinyl Siding
4 Skirting
4 Screen Rooms
Replace Old Receptades
Plugs, Fans
386-755-6183


openings in various ar- able and committed.
eas of building (framing, Send resume to PO BOx
finish, roofing, concrete/ 230, Hampton FI32044,
block, plumbing, electric 70 Self Storage
cal & siding) must have STORAGE SPACE. I have-,;
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phases, own tools and place to temporari.-;
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City of Keystone Heights
Keystone Heights airport
Airport Operations Supervisor
The. KeystoneAirpairkAuthority is
seeking an Airport Operations
Supervisor. E-mail request to
jobs@keystoneairport.com or
download from
www.keystoneairport.com.
Submit resume and Application for
Employment to 7100 Airport Rd.,
Starke, FL 32091.
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April 14 ,., (fELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONI OR--B-SECTION Page 11B


LaFollette, Jones are best overall in 4-H projects


, Amy LaFollette and Sean
'Nes were named best overall
in the senior and junior
divisions, respectively, for their
participation in Bradford


County 4-H fair projects.
Ribbons earned in the various
categories are as follows:
Animal projects


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Kristin Griffis (right), pictured with Strawberry Queen
Megan Giebeig, showed the reserve grand champion
goat.

Trucking Inc., Starke Golf and
G OA TS Country Club, Touchston,
Heating and Air Inc., Emersol
jContinued from p. 2B Nursery and Rental Plant
Gayle Van Wagenen Realtor fo:
Goat .'how :superintendents American Dream of Northeas
iRicky Griffis. Stephanie Griffis Florida Inc., LT Designs
land Lisa Tatum, as well as all Inc-Lisa. Tatum, Montforc
those involved with the show, Paint and Body Inc., T & MN
would like to thank the Towing-Doyle Thomas.,
following sponsors for their
'hand in a successful show: Thanks also go to the
Elixson Wood Products Inc., Bradford County Fail
!Community State Bank, R & E Association, Sporting Chance
Concrete Constuction. Taium and Carl's Signs for their
!Brothers Lumber Company, contributions to the show, as
Alfred Elixson Trucking, well as to Dr. Lee Bruey. for his
[Charles and Sylvia Tatum, veterinarian services, and to al
3Qlavid Barnes, Pritchett who played a part in these how.
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Participants in the Little Kids Exhibition included (from left): Tyler Wainwright,
iConner McAllister, Witt Thomas, Garrett Williams, Courtney Paul, Case Emerson,
Madeline Strickland, Preston Strickland, Dylan Whittemore, Tristen Whittemore and
Kaitlin Griffis.
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POULTRY
Continued from p. 3B'
rAoster, blue; Erika Crawford,
oil English hen, blue; Falyn
Rnmes, australorp hen, blue;
L~ndsey Wiggins, b. cochin
hin, blue; Harley Rimes, b.
ctchin rooster, blue; Lindse)
HWnggins, buff dorkin hen, blue;
iTnvis Rimes, %. cochin
rcpster, blue; Jeanne Moody,
Rhode Island red hen, blue;
Jaly Gaines, Rhode Island red
hdi, blue; Tiffany O'Neil,
Rhode Island hen, blue; Ashley
brewer, australorp hen, bhl'e;
D,'ight Allen, australorp hen,
blue.
godie Brewer, silver lace
Vvandotte hen, red; Debbie
Mlody, silver lace Wyandotte
heOi, blue; Madeline Strickland,
bdpted bantam rooster, blue;
Pirston Strickland, d'Uccle
bitam hen, blue, d'Uccle
batam rooster, blue; Jennifer
Bobne, buff brahman rooster,
red.
Samantha Boone, barred
ccghin hen, blue; Samantha
Bone, d'Uccle bantam hen,
blie; Jennifer Boone, booted,
bantam rooster, red; Wes
MoodN. mixed breed hen, red;
Disty Reddish, game rooster, b.
leghorn hen, red; Trans
String. game rooster, blue.
Bethan. Jones game hen, red;
Noah Jones. Rhode Island red
hen. blue; Abigail Jones,
auStralorp hen, blue; Falyn
Rifnes, r. cochin rooster, blue;
Biioklyn Wiggins, Rhode
Island red hen, blue.


Witt Thomas'
blue and light
brown Dutch
bantam rooster
was the reserve
grand champion.


Jessica Parker, old English
bantam hen and rooster, red,
Rhode Island red hen, blue;
Paul Clement, game rooster,
red; Sarah Gunter, speckled
Sussex hen, blue; Madeline
Strickland, 'booted bantam
porcelain hen, blue.
Summer Fulgham, quail
rooster and hen, red; Clay
Fulgham, quail; Stacy Hutton,
Wyandottes rooster, red,
American rooster, red; Jennifer
Boone, mixed breed rooster and
game rooster, red; Stacy
Hutton, golden lace rooster, red;
Riley Griffis, game rooster, red;
Shane Griffis, game rooster,
red. '


Senior division: Abigail
Crawford, beef poster (exhibit
of merit), blue.
Junior division: Kali Hendon,
ceramic rabbit, blue, fuzzy
lamb, red, clay butterfly, white;
Sean Jones, ceramic eagle (best
in class), blue, ceramic gator
(exhibit of merit), blue.

Agriculture projects
Junior division: Kali Hendon,
garden store, red; Sean Jones,
chia pets, blue.

Citizenship/leadership
Senior division: Amy
LaFollette, par pro poster (best
in class), blue; Abigail
Crawford, essay (best in class),
blue, 4-H poster, blue.
Junior division: Kali Hendon,
Thomas Jefferson report, red,
fang So Do report, blue.

Creative arts projects
Senior division: Amy
LaFollette, teddy bear craft,
music sand craft, cowboy hat
craft, shaker box, pumpkin
shaker box, "Holly" days tag,
red, Valentine's day card
holder, blue.
Junior division: Tymber
Tatum, decopage frame, rag
doll, red; Abby Williams,
gingerbread man, reindeer
necklace, scarecrow decoration,
red; Lizabeth Davis, paint
reindeer (best in class), blue;
Jackie Bryant, John Deere (best
in class), blue; Ty Veon, string
art cross, egg carton, blue, foam
art star, foam art "Happy Fall,"
pencil sketch', blow pen art,
painted arrowhead, red; Lucy
Montford, ceramic bowl, blue;
Kristin Griffis, Valentine,
tissue cover, participation;
Charlee Montford, decorative
box, participation; Charlee
Montford, picture, ceramic
bowl, participation; Cody Veon,
string art, construction paper
design, blow pen art, egg carton
insect, foam art, farm art,
dinosaur paper mache,
participation;
Hannah Williams, scarecrow
decoration, reindeer necklace,
gingerbread map, participation:
Zoe .Eddins, tin punch;


Courtney Paul, heart tin punch,
decorative jewelry box,
participation; Kali Hendon,
foam star, foam scarecrow,
white, Japanese head band,
paper Valentine, red, paper gift
bag (exhibit of merit), blue;
Sean Jones, tin punch (exhibit
of merit), ceramic lighthouse,
blue; Rachel Rosier, velvet-
watercolor, blue, -barn w/cow,
red.

Clothing and textiles
Junior division, Tymber
Tatum, apron, bag holder, hot
pad, poodle skirt, blue, pillow
photo, red; Abby Williams, rag
rug, pillow case, baby blanket,
blue, tissue holder, red; Lucy
Montford, picture pillow,
decorative box, red; Hannah
Williams, tissue, holder, baby
blanket, pillow case,
participation;
Hannah Williams, rag rug,
participation; Kali Hendon,
baby blanket, pot holder,
hanging bag holder, apron,
quilted, hot pad, place mat, two
green napkins, green table
cloth, purple table cloth blue,
hanging dish towel, red.

Communications and
technology projects
Senior di vision. Amy
LaFollette, CWF speech (best
in class),, blue; Abigail
Crawford, story, essay, blue.
Food and nutrition
Senior division: Abigail.


Crawford, dairy poster (best in
class), blue.
Junior division: Savannah
Pay ne. dairy poster, blue; Tyler
Payne, dairy poster, blue;
Bethany Jones, Apple pie
filling, canned pears (best in
class), canned green beans,
blue; Kristin Griffis, sugar cane
syrup (best in class), blue;
Kaitlin Griffis, dairy poster
(best in class), participation;


Cody Veon, dairy poster,
participation; Hannah Payne,
dairy poster, participation;
Courtney Paul, dairy poster,
participation;
Bethany Jones, apple pie;
chewie, blue; Kristin Griffis,
dairy poster, blue; Chelsey
Dreer, giant 4-H cookie (exhibit
of merit), blue; Jamie Segars,

See 4-H, p. 12B


4-H members Sean Jones (left) and Amy LaFollette
earned Best-Overall honors in the junior and senior
divisions, respectively.


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4-H
Continued from p: 11B

decorated cake (exhibit of
merit), blue; Kayla Segars,
decorated cake (exhibit of
merit), blue; Ty Veon, dairy
poster, red.


Funds needed
for BU Vo-
Tech LPN

classroom
The alumni of the Bradford
High School class of 1944 are
seeking donation, for a LPN
classroom for the Bradford-
Union Vocational-Technical
Institute.
Make checks out to
"Bradford-Union Vo-Tech" and
%%rite "LPN classroom' needs"
on the memo line.
Mail no later than April 19
to Gene Noegel. 135 N.
Church St., Starke, FL 32091.


Health and safety
Junior division: Lucy
Montford, first aid kit, blue.

Hobbies/collections
. Junior division: Kali Hendon,
blue Easter tag, stick book on
ring, journal, small scrapbook,
Easter flower tag, butterfly tag,
faux metal heart, red, fold-out
scrapbook, blue.

Nature/environment
Junior division: Savannah
Payne, wild life poster (best in
class), blue; Hannah Payne, tree
poster, participation; Kali
Hendon, Oriental hanging,
Japanese frame, gift card box,
egg shell box, red, Japanese
lantern, blue.


Photography
Senior division: Amy
LaFollette, building, red.
Junior division: Tymber
Tatum, photos (best in class),
blue; Haley Anders, photo
(best in class), blue; Lizabeth
Davis sunset photo, red; Kali
Hendon, photo of flowers
(exhibit of merit), blue.

Woodworking
Junior division: Tyler Payne,
outdoor sign, red; Kali Hendon,
flower picture (best in class),
blue, Japanese wood box, red.


Miscellaneous
Junior division: T-
Tatum, pot holder, red,
towel, blue.


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AWARDS
Continued from p. 1B

Kash Clemons was third ($50,
Old Glory Feed Store-Harry
Cooney).
Dakota Reddish and Ryan
Crawford were first and second,
respectively, in the senior class
of the 4-H record book contest,
while Taylor Crawford and
Clay Whitehead were first and
second, respectively, in the
junior class. The first-place
participants each received $50,
while second place earned $30.
The sponsor for all awards was
Crawford's Custom Meats.
In the FFA record book
contest, ,senior class, Justin


Durrance was Tirst and Andrea
Andrews was second. In the
junior class, Caleb' Williams
was first and John Nicula was
second. The awards were the
same as in the 4-H record book
contest, with Lake Butler
Badcock Furniture (Darren
Summers) sponsoring the senior
class awards and Biellings Tire-
Providence sponsoring the
junior class awards.
Thomas Webb won the
home-grown contest ($300,..
sponsor-Shands at Starke,
trophy-Jerry Whitehead) and
Jordyn Addison was second
($150, sponsor-Quality
Plumbing, trophy-Dolph
Reddish).
First place in the home-
grown breeder contest went to


Wayne-Parrish, while Jordyn
Addison was second. The
awards sponsor was Interstate
Supply.
Ten received awards in the
herdsman category, with
Mallory Tetstone earning first
place ($175, Western .Steer).
Samantha Boone was second
($150, Wiggins Limousin
Farm), Dakota Reddish was
third ($125, American Paper
and Chemical) and Ryan
Crawford was fourth (Florida
AG-Works Inc.).
The remaining places, fifth
through 10th, went to Justin
Durrance, Kayla Hartsfield,
Taylor Whitehead, Grace Perez,
Clay Whitehead and Tara Sapp.
Each received a certificate,
sponsored by BUCA.


Enhancement

program
available for

forest

landowners
The Florida Department of
Agriculture and Consumer
Services. Division of Forestri
announces that- it -will hold a
sign-up for enrollment in the
Forest Land Enhancement
Program '(FLEP) from April 4
through June- 13.
This program, authorized
under the.2002 Farm Bill, is
available to nonindustrial
private forest landowners on a
75-25 cost share basis. Eligible
practices include, but are not
limited to: site preparation, tree
planting and prescribed burning
activities. Landowners who
ow n at least 10 -acres but no
more that 10,000 acres of land
%who have a multiple-resource
practice plan will be eligible to
receive funding assistance
under FLEP. A maximum of
$10,000 will be available for
each qualifying landowner over
the life of-the program as
reimbursement for incurred
expenses for approved
practices. '
Almost half of the itate's 14
million acres of forestland is
owned by private nonindustrial-
forest lando owners. According to
national, regional and statewide
landowner surveys, most forest
landowners don't have a
management plan for their
property. The state's allocation
under the program will be used
for implementation of forest
practices prescribed in existing
or newly developed
management plans.
To obtain application forms
landowners can contact the
Division of Forestry through
Nicole Howard, Bradford
County forester. (904) 964-
-2.461 ,-or---Jay--Tucker, Unionf
County forester, (386) 496-
2190. The Division of
Forestry's foresters will provide
technical assistance to
landowners and will be the
local contact person for
participating landowners. For
more information, contact
Ruthie Cole, Programs
Manager, in Tallahassee at
(850) 414-9912, your local
count) forester, or visit www.fl-
dof.com.


STEERS
Continued -from p. 1B

Durrance, 1,269 pounds. $3.
Roberts Insurance/Mosles
Tire/Capital City Bank/Western
Steer; Parker Andrews, 1,335
pounds. $2.70, Quality
Plumbing,
Bradford Jr. FFA, 1.347
pounds, $2. Bradford
courthouse officials: Justin
Higgmbotham. 1.109 pounds.
$2.70, Union LaSteel; Kristin
Hodgson. 1.152 pounds. $2.60.
Winn-Dixie; TimothN
Thornton. 1,217 pounds, $2,
Quality Plumbing; Housiun
Fender. 1,311 pounds, $4.
Prosthetic Center/D. Mosley
Trucking: Kash Clemons, 1.330
pounds, $3.40, Winn-Dixie/Jeff
Clemons/Lewis Timber/North
Florida Livestock Market;
i .'Ethan Box. 1,108 pounds,
- $3.20. Welch Automotive: John
Nicula, 1.120 pounds, $3.
Pipeline/Sfarling Famil)
Dentistry/Liberty Trucking;
Kayla Hartsfield. 1,242 pounds.
$2.10, Circle H Farms: Justin
Mundorff, 1,297 pounds, $2.30.
Anderson Columbia/Roberts
Land and Timber: Jennifer
Boone.1.336 pounds, $2.30.
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Section C: Thursday, April 14, 2005 Telegraph Times--Monitor


Rains delay Strawberry Golf Tournament


By BUSTER RAHN
Telegraph Staff Writer

The Starke Strawberry Golf
Tournament has been delayed
by the wet weather. Originally
scheduled for, the weekend of
April 2-3. it has been postponed
until Saturday and Sunday, June
11 and 12
The course is expected-to-be.
in excellent condition, with the
two-month delay helping the
thin, grass on the fairways to
recover.
All amenities planned for the
original date will be carried
forward to the new date, with
new irons and drivers for
winners of the various flights,
in addition to points toward
Player of the Year awards.,
Eighty players will tee it up,
beginning at 8 a.m. Saturday
morning for the two-day event,
and again on Sunday morning.
Tatum Enterprises continues
to make improvements to the
course, battling all sorts of
problems to which golf courses
are subject, as well as cleaning
and updating fairways and
greens that were run-down for
the lack of maintenance funds.
The recent wet spell has shown
the need for, and locations, for,
additional 'drains.
The Tatums plan to meet with
a designer this week to discuss
plans for an additional nine
holes, which will put the Starke
course on the list of places to
play, since most golfers prefer
to play 18 different holes. The
owners have promised a
tournament-quality facility-,and-.
the improvements made thus far
support their claim.
A new contest for members
was rolled out last weekend,
April 9 and 10. called Pic a Pro.
Each player played to his
handicap and Sunday afternoon


his net score was added with
that of a Master's Tournament
pro, whose name was drawn
from a hat, for a combined
score. Prizes were awarded.


Player of the Year is-a year--
long contest running from Jan.
I through Dec. .31 to determine
a winner. Points will be
accumulated for entering


various contests, prizes won
and other considerations.
The club is offering a special
for Florida Department of
Corrections employees, in


which he or she can join
without an initiation fee and
pay. $50 per month for a family.
Retirees from DOC cannot
qualify for the special.


Applications for the
Strawberry Invitational are
available- at the clubhouse.
Please call (904) 964-5441 for
further information.


BHS-volleyball
team banquet
is Monday
-Any Bradford High School
volleyball alumni from 1993-
2003 or other volleyball family
members are invited to attend
the team's annual banquet,
which %will be held Monday,
April 18, at 7 p.m. in the BHS
cafeteria.
This is-- a- covered_-dish.
banquet. Please call coach Shari
'Bishop at 966-6739 if you plan
to attend.


Starke Rec.
Department is
signing up now
for summer
Registration for the Starke
Recreation Department's
summer program is currently
under wa) and will last through
Friday, May 27. ,
The program, which costs
$80 per child, is for children
ages 7-17. Children must be in
that age range as of Monday,
June 6, to be able to participate.
Children will be placed in
groups according to.their age
for various activities. Check the
bulletin board at the recreation
department for a weekly
schedule of active ities.
Several field trips will be
offered during the program, but
the registration fee does not
cover these trips. Permission
slips will be handed out to
children weekly and must be
returned with payment by the
deadline stated on the
permission slips.
The recreation department is
closed during field trip days.
Arrangements should be made
to pick up children from the
center if they are not going on
field trips.
Children may be dropped off,
at the center at 7 a.m. and
should be promptly picked up at
6 p.m. There will be a charge of
$1 per minute for every minute
a child is at the center'beyond 6
p.m. This fee must be paid
before the child can return to
the center.
Parenftsguardians must sign
their children in and out unless
a request is made on the child's
registration card that he or she
can sign out-themselves..
Please drop by the recreation-
department or call (904) 964-
6792 for more information.




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Northside Christian Academy students and faculty who attended the regional ACE
Convention were (1-r): first row, Linn S., Ambra B., Jonathan D., Ashley H., Amber
MI.; second row, Coach Browder, Marshall D., Katie M., Jessica S., Hannah H.; third
'ow, Danny S., Stephen C., Lamar T., Eric B., Harrison W., Brittany C; fourth row, Mr.
roby, Bryan B., Joel H., Lucas J., Ronnie B., Josh H.. and Mrs. Ella.

ILocal private school brings home the gold


By TOBY ROEHM
ISpecial to the Telegraph
. Northside Christian Academy,
n Starke recently sent 20 students
md three adults to the Suncoast
regional A.C.E. Convention.
ris convention makes it possible
,or students of private schools all
pver the state to compete in a var-
ety of categories, from athletics,
o academics, to the fine arts.
Of the 20 students who partici-
ated, 19 of them earned, at least
one medal. The school brought
iome a total of 57 medals, a


record for a new A.C.E. school.
NCA also earned second place for
the exhibits category.
Those earning Gold Medals
included Eric Browder in metal-
working, Stephen Coxe in digital
photography, Joel Haas in boys
unlimited freestyle archery and
Brittany Coleman in the scripture
video category.
Students also earned medals in
each of the following categories:
theoretical science exhibit, boys
400 M relay, girls 1600 M relay,
essay writing, clay sculpture,


35mm photography, boys tennrii
female duet, engineering science
exhibit, sketching, boys 1600 M
relay, mixed duet, bible bow
poetry, power point, colored pen
cil drawing, woodworking an
girls volleyball.
Eighteen of the 20 studenli
earned the right to represent
Northside Christian Academy. a
the International Competitio
May 21-26 in Warrensburg, Me
They will compete against stud
ents from all over America an
14 other countries.


smith and White to wed June 3 WC of Starke


Nancy Smth of Starke
announces the engagement and
coming marriage of her
daughter, Sonya Smith of
awtey, son of Eddie
uffstickler r and Sharon
uffstickler of Starke.
The bride-elect is the daughter
5f the late Billy Smith.
The wedding will take place
it 6 p.m. on Friday, June 3,
Z005, at Grace United Methodist
Church.
A reception will immediately
allow the ceremony.
Family and friends are invited
y invitation only.

IWO M- TN91


The BHS class of 1944 will hold its
annual meeting and luncheon at
Cedar River restaurant at 11:30 a.m.
on Saturday, April 23. Spouses and
special friends are invited. Call
Gene Noegel. 964-6351, for
information.
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Wesley White

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planning meeting onr, Sturday. April
23, at noon at the Reno Recreation
Center. For information, call Valara
Petteway, 964-3809 or Shi'rley Ford,
368-0504.


Strawberry '
Gala
The Woman's Club ol
Starke will host its annual
Strawberry Gala on Friday,
May 13, at the Woman's Club
The social begins at 6:30
p.m. with dinner at 7 followed
by the cake auction.
The theme this year is a "We
be Jammin'" luau. Music will
be furnished by Chuck Kramer
and entertainment by "Elvis."
Door prizes and games will
also be a part of the event.
Tickets at $50 each are
"available at the Ghafnber of
Commerce from Pam Whittle,
Capital City Bank from Mary
Powell and SFCC Andrews
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The bride-elect graduated
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Sampson City Church of God.
The groom-elect graduated
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Sampson City Church of God.
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TEACHER
Continued from p. 2C

high degree of self-confidence
in their abilities," Ripplinger
said. "I can look at them and I
know they can do certain
things. They just need a little
prodding, a little sharpening
and a little polishing."
Ripplinger remembers one
student from last year, who
made strides in his government
honors class. Yet when it came
time to do an oral presentation
on a Supreme Court case, which
included fielding questions
from the other students in the
class, she asked Ripplinger if
there was any way she could do
the presentation in front of just
him after school. She was
nervous about standing up in
front of the class.

The response from Ripplinger
was that she had to get up in
front of the class like everybody
else, but he professed his faith
in the fact that she could do it.
She selected a Supreme Court
-case that no one else had
selected. Ripplinger told her she
would be the expert on that
case-no one else in class


Mike Ripplinger fields some questions from his class, which consists of James
Spratlin, Jeremiah Dowling, Brittney Padgett, David Whalen, Lauren Sapp, Sara
Stills, Lance Griffis, Kaitlen Darden and Brad Touchton. Also pictured is Matt Dyal
(standing in rear), who is a class observer from Santa Fe Community College.


would know anything about it
until she gave her presentation.
She had all the answers.
"She got up and.she made a
wonderful presentation,"
Ripplinger said. "She handled
every single question that was
asked of her. She was very


excited."
That student gained
confidence in her abilities and it
has remained with her as she is
working her way through
cosmetology school.
"She e-mailed me not long
ago," Ripplinger said. "Part of
her grade depends upon getting
up and doing presentations. She
has the confidence to do that
now. She said she got that
confidence from my class and
my faith in her in making her
do that project."
Stories like that are what fuel
Ripplinger's drive as a teacher.


almost an hour and a half of
time to work with those
students.
Ripplinger chose those
students who -were willing to
work with him and who wanted
the opportunity to graduate. He
uses different materials that are
still state-sanctioned, but are
written in a way that students
can more easily understand
what is being taught them. Plus,
the smaller group of students
he's working with allows him
to spend more one-on-one time
with them.
So far, he's had success with
the program. Most of the
students are now passing and on
track to graduate because
Ripplinger is spending time
with them that he cannot get
paid for.
"I saw an opportunity and I
just didn't want it to slip away,"


he said.
In fact, Ripplinger said his .
door is open to students l
whenever it is convenient fori
them to talk to him, whether it's
in the morning prior, to the start
of the school day or well after
the school day lets out.
"I will bend over backward to l
help them and they realizeI-
that," Ripplinger said.
He enjoys helping hisi
students any way he can andl
that is why even though hel
would like to try his hand at an
administrative position one day,
he is content to stay in their
classroom for the immediate
future.
"I think an administrative!
position would be wonderful,"!
Ripplinger said, "but as long asi
I still have a passion for'the.
classroom, that's where I want]
to stay."


He said he goes into the
classroom each day, asking
himself, "Who am I going to
help today? How can I impact
somebody's life today?"
If it takes working with
students beyond class time to
make that impact, then
Ripplinger will do it. He had
some students who did not pass
in his classes during the first
semester, so he approached
administration about doing
something to help those
students. His idea was to utilize
his planning period, which is
during first period-giving him


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Miss Harriett (Nancy
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terrified "Tweeny" (Amanda
Bell), the maid-accompanied
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boarders as you are ever likely
to meet.
Mr. Richards (Chris Perry),
the poet, practices dying to
-spark his inspiration. There's
also Gladys Klotz, (Darlene
Embleton), a taxidermist who
has a direct line to the spirit
World and prefers her men
stuffed. Martha Willis (Tami
Curtis) has every imaginable
illness from leprosy to heart
palpitations-and loves every
minute of it. Poor Hortense
(Glenda Russ) tries her best to
keep up with Ivy (Jami
Mobley), a free spirited "artist"
who enjoys painting the guests'
faces, whether they want to be
painted or not. Finally the suave
and mysterious Dirk Shadow


(Brandon Studnicki) and his
sister Veronica (Amber Noblest
havejuii.i jniiJ *:n the Cicne r[.?
hunt fo'qa~,ii'r1"Scbook' h
pirate treasuCe, purported to be
buried in the basement.
Leave it to the clever and
ever vigilant Dr. Sni-fell
(Matthew Eunice) to unravel
the mystery.
The Woman's Club of
Keystone Heights is the place
of venue (6747 Woman's Club
Dr. in Keystone Heights) for
two big weekends. Friday
nights, April 15th or 29th, and
Saturday nights, April 16th or
30th, at 7 p.m.
Ticket donations are $12 for
adults and $6 for children 12
and under. Sunday matinees are
April 17' and May 1st at 2 p.m.
Ticket donations are $10 for
adults and $5 for children 12
and under.
Please join us, we are coming
apart at the seams in a house
jam packed' full of crazy
characters!
Tickets are on sale now at
Roberts Insurance of Keystone
Heights and the Woman's Club
of Keystone Heights. Tickets
will also be available at the
door. For more information,
contact Tami Curtis at (904)
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4 earn top awards in arts, crafts


Four earned best-overall
rosettes in this year's arts and
crafts division, including Carol
James, who earned a rosette for
the second straight year.
James' rosette came in the
senior division's strawberry-
themed category.
Also .earning rosettes in the
senior division were Joe Cox
for a table and Dawn Flournoy
for a pencil-drawn portrait.
Justin Durrance earned a









Joe Cox earned
an arts and crafts
rosette for this
table he made.


rosette in the junior division for
his pencil drawing.

Ribbons
Oil painting, adult: Inez
Kapellen, blue; Sherry Trent,
basket of flowers, blue.
Oil painting, youth: Kali
Hendon, tote with fish, red;
Savannah Payne, trees and lake,
blue.
Acrylic painting, adult: Carol
James, wolf on wood, blue;


This pencil-drawn picture earned Dawn Flournoy a
... rosette in arts and crafts. .. .


Charnelle Whittemore,
mountain scene, red; Inez
Kapellen, photo mat, blue.
Acrylic painting, youth: Jerry
Atteberry, cup, red; Jared
Crews, book mark, red; Katlyn
Crews, underwater, blue.
Mixed mediums, youth:
Nolan Freeman, collage, red;
Hannah Payne, roses, red;
Katlyn Crews, fish, blue.
Color photography, youth:
Taylor Crawford, steer shell,
red; Tymber Tatum, turtle, blue.
Black and white
photography, youth: Jenna
Fulgham, group, red; Macy
Fulgham, bro., blue.
Pen or pencil, adult:, Dawn
Flournoy, portrait, blue.
Pen or pencil, youth: Jared
Crews, pen boat, red; Bobby
Atteberry, pencil deer, blue;
Jerry Atteberry, pencil
lighthouse, red; Tyler Payne,
pencil cowboy, red; Sam Ennis,
marker picture, blue; Justin
Durrance, Bradford courthouse,
blue; Daren Rosier, scary
abstract, red; Andy Harper,
scary abstract, red; Kaleigh
Harper, horse flowers, red.
Watercolor, youth: Kali
Hendon, star fish, blue; David
Weeks, boat, blue.
Yarn, youth: Ryan Crawford,
wind chime, red.
Needle punch, adult: Sherry
Trent, blue.
Ceramics, stained, adult:
Donnie Griffith, retrievers, red.
Ceramics, stained, youth:
Tyler Payne, good luck
horseshoe, red; David Weeks,
fireman, blue.,
Ceramics, glazed: Donnie
Griffith, shepherd, blue.
Stuffed animals, adult: Janet
Flythe, goose, red; Barbara
Thibideau, rabbit, blue; Diana
Ennis, teddy bear, red.
Stuffed animals, youth: Jaci
Atkinson, star, blue; Sam Ennis,
American stuffed bear, blue.
Dolls, cloth, adult: Kirsten
-Sutton, two-sided doll, blue;
Cyndy Weeks, cloth doll, blue.
Dolls, cloth, youth: Jaci
Atkinson, rag doll, blue.
Dolls, crochet, adult: Sherry
Trent, Indian maiden, blue.
Woodwork, adult: Joe Cox,
table, blue; Norma Cox, plant
stand, blue.
Woodwork, youth: Kali
Hendon, flower, plaque, red;
Taylor Crawford, bird house,
red.;_ Hannah Pay.re,_ p.arklpg
sign, blue; Tyler Payne, wood"
sign, blue; David Weeks, tie,
slide, blue; John Sutton, green


bird house, blue; Sam Ennis,
blue; Savannah Payne, wood
string, red; Erika Crawford, bird
house, red.
Recycled oddities, adult:
Cyndy Weeks, Father
Christmas can, red.
Recycled oddities, youth: Jaci
Atkinson, first aid kit, red; Kali
Hendon, framed doilies, blue;
Ryan Crawford, cross with
shells, red; Erika Crawford,
collage box, red; Max Ennis,
shell picture frame, red;
Bethany Jones, egg shell art,
red; Kristin Griffis, egg shell
art, blue; Katlyn Griffis, blue.
Folk art, adult: Joe Cox,
giraffe bank, blue; Owen
LaFollette, Valentine card, red;
Cyndy Weeks, tree mat
snowman, blue; Lucille Payne,
blue.
Folk art, youth: Chris Leon,
clay rose, blue: Sam Ennis,
See ARTS p. 7C


Justin Durrance
earned an arts
and crafts rosette
for his pencil
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Bradford County Teacher of the Year Mike Ripplinger
explains an assignment to student Sara Stills.


MIakingan impact on young lives


* Bradford Teacher
of the Year Mike
Ripplinger has found
a jo'i in teaching and
helping students.

Ely CLIFF SMELLEY
Ti7legraph Staff Writer
Th.i more than 200 pictures
on display behind his desk, the
e-mails letting him know how
their lives are going, even the
inv stations sto
wedijiigs-Bradford High
Schoo6il teacher Mike Ripplinger
has received all of those things
from his former students. They
provide some sense of the
impact Ripplinger had on those
stude hts when they were in his,
class, and how much they still
respe ct him.
Ri pplinger, in turn, has
received the ultimate respect
from' the Bradford County
School District. He is this
year's districtwide Teacher of
the Year.
Ripplinger, who is. in his
secoi ad year of teaching at BHS,
said' he is extremely honored by
the rii cognition.
"IF 's been nice to be noticed
and, appreciated by my peers
and: also by my administration,
as vw.ll," Ripplinger said. "I just
hopii I can live up to their
expectations and represent them
in a, very positive way."


Top awards in foods

competition 90 to 4 people


Best-ove.rall rosettes were
handed out to Edna Norton,
Cecelia Young, Kaitlin Griffis
and Lillian Sutton for their
entries into the foods
competition of the home
di' ision at the Bradford County
Fair.
Norton and Young earned
rosettes in the senior division
for their canned tomatoes and
dillyy'" bread (made with dill
weed). respectiel).
Griffis made a pie and Sutton
made elderberry jelly to earn
rosettes in the junior di ision.

Canned, adult: Gertrude-
See FOODS, p. 8C


Edna Norton earned a
rosette in the foods
division for her canned


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His peers at BHS may
appreciate him, but Ripplinger
admits he still has problems
referring to some of the
teachers by their first names.
That's because some of those
teachers taught him when he
went to school. Ripplinger
graduated from BHS in 1990.
That created a little
apprehension on his part when
he accepted a job at BHS after
teaching six years at Union
County High School (he was
that school's Teacher of the
Year in 2000).
"I think any time an educator
returns to a school which they
went to as a student, there's a
tendency for their former
instructors to maybe remember
what they were like as
teenagers," Ripplinger said.
"Once I came, I quickly
realized they saw me as a
teacher and not as their
chemistry student or their
history student or their English
student."
It would seem natural that
Ripplinger, who teaches senior
government and economics
(honors included) and junior
American history, would
become a teacher. His mother,
Julia Ripplinger, is a teacher at
Southside Elementary School.
However, Ripplinger did not
aspire to follow in his mother's
footsteps at first. He saw the
amount of work she had to do
and some of the difficulties she
had, so he said to himself there
was no way he would become a
teacher.
Instead, Ripplinger went to
Florida State University with
the intention of majoring in
business, but those intentions
were "thrown out the window"
after a semester, he said. He
wasn't making the grade as a
business major, so he switched
his major to history and found
r that he really enjoyed it. He
earned a bachelor's degree in
that field in 1994.
. Ripplinger's father, 'Ed
Ripplinger, suggested he obtain
a teaching certificate, not
necessarily with the idea of
becoming a teacher, but to have
something to fall back on if he
* needed it.
"I pursued a master's in
(social science) education and
ended up falling in love with
it," said Ripplinger, who earned


his degree in 1996.
His internship did nothing to
turn him from the path -of
becoming a teacher. Ripplinger
interned at St. Augustine High
School under teacher Lauren
Potter. She was the school's
current Teacher of the Year and
a co-department chair. She
taught honors world history as
well as dual-enrollment classes.
"I really believe, through a
variety of events, that the Lord
opened and closed doors,"
Ripplinger said. "I've got a very
strong faith and I believe God
puts us in certain situations and
directs us in certain paths of our
lives. I never wanted to become
a teacher. It took almost failing
out of college to begin to move
me toward that door.
"Once I went through that


door and went down that path,
it has been, probably, the most
rewarding career I could have
asked for, even though it's not
something I intended to go
into."
One 'of the rewards of that
career has been watching
students develop from the first
day he has them in his
classroom through the time they
walk across stage at graduation.
Many students will tell him
they aren't capable of
completing some of his required
assignments, but Ripplinger
said many will not only
complete those assignments, but
will end up doing much more
than he. requires of them.
"Many of them do not have a
See TEACHER, p. 3C


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Starke Elementary announces TK for March


BIRTHS


On March 17, Starke Elementary School announced its Terrific Kids. They are: Jordan
Smith, Kayla Daniel, Kyrah-Padgett, Tamra Daniel, Jordan Gowens, Jacob Boulris,
Lindzie Gray, Jason Campbell,Breanna Davis, Lindsey Valdovinos, Diamond Newman,
Joquez Ivey,Taj Paul, Charles Troutman, Taisha McCutchen, Brent Hutchingson,
Brandon Funderburk, Job Villamil, Loni Wilcox, Travis Duncan, Jenean Kuhn, Jordan
McCollum, Lori Lackey, Junior Hamilton, Sean Alexander, Sheka Davis and Katia
Ochoa.


Bradford student Reed
Replogle was recently honored
for academic success, service
and leadership. He is the son of
Wendy A. Wright of Starke and
Frederick R. Replogle. He is
currently a junior at Bradford
High School.
Governor Jeb Bush and Lt.
Governor Toni Jennings
announced the winners of this
year's Governor's High School
All Star awards,- which
recognizes Florida students who
exemplify excellence 'in
Florida's public schools.
"The Governor's High School
All-Stars are shining examples
of Florida's bright future," said
Governor Bush. "I commend
these young leaders for their
commitment to academic
excellence and serving their
communities."
The All-Stars program, now
in its sixth year, honors one
high school junior from each
school district in Florida. The
students are selected for their
demonstration of leadership
qualities and academic
excellence:
*Academic Performance-
Earns at least a 3.0 grade point
average on a 4.0 scale.
*Beha ior-Discipline record
,,consistent: with good
"deportment.
Leadership-Participates in
co-/extra-curricular activities
such as athletics, enrichment
programs and school clubs.
*Community Service-
Involved in vo-luntee.r,


Reed Replogle


mentoring and civic activities.
To ensure the most qualified
and deserving students were
selected, school districts
convened a panel comprised of
at least one teacher, one
administrator, one parent, one
community member and two
high school seniors to
determine the junior who best
met the state criteria.
."Go.vernor Bush and I
applaud'these students for'thelir
dedication," said Lt. Governor,
Jennings. "This program
recognizes students for a job
well done and for being model
citizens. We can all learn a lot
from these young people."


SS ELEAME TRY I

Kindergarten orientation set


Southside Elementary School
will have its kindergarten
orientation on Wednesday, April
20, in the school cafeteria at 1
p.m.
To register a kindergartner, an
original birth certificate with
raised seal, social security card,,
proof of immunization (blue
form), evidence of a physical


examination (yellow form).
completed on or after Aug. 7,
2004 and' a current 911 address
will be required.
A child is eligible to begin
school if he or she will be five
years old on or before Sept. 1,
2005
For information call the office
at 966-6062 or Linda Wilson at
966-6067.


Charles and Stella Mae
Tomlinson


LaToya T. ChandlSe

LaToya T. Chandler-


LaToya

Chandler
inducted into
honor society
On March 20, LaTo)3a T.
Chandler of Starke i was
inducted into the Goldenr Key
International Honour S3ciety
(GKIHS) at Florida A.&M
,University.
GKIHS provides 'academic
recognition to the, topi 15
percent of juniors and seni ,rs of
their class. The mission ofli the
society is to build global
communities of acac ,demic
achiever, by providing
opportunities for .gro\ t.) in
career development, leade,': hip,
networking and services.
Chandler is a graduate of
Bradford High School. She is
the daughter of Sharie '! and
Jeremiah Johnson and Michael
and Shonda Chandler of Stairke,


Tomlinsons to WORBTH NOTINi ]
celebrate 50th The Ladies Aaxiliaro of Amei-.can
annlv rsa ;, Legion Post 56 in Starke will reTi
anniversary monthly on the second Tuesday at
7:30 p.m. at the post home on
Charles and Stella' 'Ia Edwards Road.


Tomlinson will celebrate their
50th wedding anniversary with
a renewal of vows on Saturday,
April 16, 2005, at 3 p.m. at
Johnstown Baptist Church on
SR-121 in Lake Butler.
A reception will immediately
. follow the ceremony.
Family and friends are
invited.


A substance abuse support grq)up
is held every Wednesday at 7 p. ni. at
Lawtey Church of Christ, CR-2Q 0-B
for those who suffer from alcohcil-
or drug-related problems, i
workaholics, compulsive spendeis
and unhealthy relationships. The.'
public is welcome. Call 904-78,-
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Caillou weighed 5 pounds,
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inches in length, 'aillou H. Pittman
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Lakeland. ., Pittman of Lake Butler, Rita
Paternal grandparents 'are Tillis of Alachua and the late
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Suwannee and Martha A. Great-great-grandparents af,
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Sherry Trent earned two best-
overall rosettes and Vivian
Plympton, Bonnie Tillman and,
Amy LaFollette each earned
one for home division projects
in the Bradford County Fair.


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The painting she did on this shirt won the best
overall rosette in the adult home division for Vivian
Plympton.


ARTS
Continued from p. 4C
dram catcher, blue; Savannah
Payne, tin punch house, red;
Tymber Tatum, decoupage
'boxes, blie; Katlin Griffis,
-beaded butterfly, blue.
Wall hangings, adult: Lucille
Payne, bird, blue.
Wall hangings, youth:
Hannah Payne, star, red; Tyler
Payne, in punch, red; Savannah
Payne, blue.
Strawberry theme, adult:
Kristin Sutton, ornament, red;
.Sherry Trent, toll bridge, blue;
SCarol James, strawberry tray,
blue.
SStrawberry theme, youth:
-Amy LaFollette, plaque, blue;
.Abigail Jones, plaque egg shell,
blue; Kristin Griffis, shadow
box, blue.
Arts and .crafts,
--miscellaneous, adult: Carol
"James. gourd decoration, blue;
Gwen LaFollette,.blue; Carol.
James, painted gourd, blue.
7, Arts and crafts;,
-miscellaneous. youth: Jaci
-Atkinson, sewing kit, red; Ryan
-Crawford, mask, red; Amy
-LaFollette, scrapbook tag, red;
r.Hannah Payne, string cross, red;
Tyler Payne, string cross, red;
- Sam Ennis, stained glass bird,


red; Celia Ennis, decoupage
book red; Savannah Payne, fall
foam art, red; Dylan
Whittemore, robot, blue.
Arts and crafts,
miscellaneous, youth: Ryan
Crawford, mask, red; Erika
Crawford, collage picture
frame, red; Katlyn Crews,
shapes collage, red; John
Sutton, tractor ornament, red;


Trent, competing in the
senior division, earned one
rosette in the quilts category
and one in the garments and
general needlework category
for her doll dress. Also in the


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Amy
LaFollette
won a rosette
in the junior
home division
for the sewing
that went into
this pillow, as
well as a blue
I ribbon for a
.- skirt she
made.


Carol James was
awarded the
rosette in the arts
and craft's
strawberry-
themed contest.


Jennifer Sutton, decorated pine
cone, red; Taylor Crawford,
red; Tristen Whittemore, red.
Arts and crafts, extras, youth:
Kali Hendon. Noah's ark
plaque, red; Ryan Crawford,
flag, red; Lillian Sutton,
Christmas decoration, red;
Jennifer Sutton, ornament, red;'
Tristen Whittemor6, edge of
storm, red.


senior division, Plympton
earned a rosette in the garments
and general needlework
category for her sweatshirt and
Tillman earned one in the
crochet category for her
Afghan.
LaFollette earned a rosette in
the garments and general
needlework category of the
junior division for her pillow.

Ribbons
Quilts, adult: Linda Sweat,
machine made quilt, blue;
Kistrin Sutton, red; Angie
Hopkins, red; Rita Branham,
red; Lucille Payne, wall
hanging, quilt, blue; Angie
Hopkins, red; Sherry Trent,
hand stitched quilt, machine
made quilt, wall hanging, hand
bag, blue; Dottie White, hand
stitched quilt, blue; Ellen
Martin, applique quilt, red;
Gertrude Griffis, applique quilt,
red.
Quilts, youth: Erika
Crawford, mat and pot holder,
blue.
Crochet, adult: Linda
Wilkerson, crib blanket, blue;
Darlene Ball, Afghan, blue;
Geraldine Hooten, Afghan,
blue; Bonnie Tillman, Afghan,
blue; Chamene Smith, Afghan,
blue; Rita Branham, Afghan,
blue; Connie Hancock, Afghan,
blue; Dot Fedak, table cloth,
blue; Sherry Trent, doilies,
edging, blue; Gertrude Griffis,
pillow, blanket, blue; Rita
Branham, blanket, blue.
Garments and general
needlework, adult: Vivian
Plympton, jumper, blue, gown,
red, painting on shirt, blue;
Janet Flythe, smock, blue; Beth
Vinson, dress, blouse, purse,
blue; Linda Sweat, apron, bag
holder, blue; Barbara
Thibideau, suit, blue;
Gwen LaFollette, skirt,
towels, machine embroidery,
blue; Sherry Trent, doll dress,
blue; Diane Ennis, bag, blue;
Angie Hopkins, pillow cases,
red, doll clothes, blue;
Samantha Turner, pillow, blue;
Rita Branham, calendar, blue.
Garments and general

needlework, youth: Amy
LaFollette, skirt, pillow, blue;
Erika Crawford, apron, towel,
bag-holder, blue, pillow, red;
Noah Gibson, pillow, blue;
Abigail Jones, rice bag, blue;
Savannah Payne, apron, white,
tote bag, towel, bag holder,
throw., blue; LfllfaW Sutton:
pillow, blue; Je6ifi'er Suuton,
pillow, red; Ryan Crawford,
pillow, blue; Bethany Jones,
corn bag, tissue holder, blue.


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FOODS
Continued from p. 2C

Griffis, green beans, tomatoes,
salsa, blue, peas, white; Edna
Norton, tomatoes, pears, sweet
pickles, pear preserves, blue;
Betty Ann Griffis, apple sauce,
red; Darlene Ball, orange
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potatoes, apples, plum jelly,
juice, red, relish, blackberry
jelly, blueberry jelly, blue;
Janet Flythe, grape jelly,
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I sounds like the turkeys won the
I last couple of weeks. Although
there were a couple of nice
birds harvested recently in our
area, many of our local turkey
hunters, including me, are still
looking for their first bird this
spring. Some of the more
veteran hunters are still looking
too, so, don't get
discouraged-not yet, anyway.
t If we keep going out, we will
have the opportunity.

Bamboozled
After each of my last three or
four hunts, as I was walking
back to the truck, wondering
why I couldn't even hear any
turkeys in the woods, I would
see a turkey standing in the
road, often right near my truck.
Was this guy wanting a ride
home or what? And, the real
question is-are these critters
on to us?
Sometimes, I think the only
real chance we may have is to
sneak in an extra hunter-I act
like I am leaving and leave the
second guy in the,woods. After
I drive off, maybe he will get a
shot when the turkey comes out
to wave good bye!

A Comparison
I always figured that deer
could actually read the
newspaper. I would always see
deer everywhere-on dirt roads,
in pastures, along fences-until
the day bow season opened.
Word travels fast.


But, with turkeys, they do
something a little differently.
They don't completely
disappear.
They tease. They tantalize.
Yes, unlike some deer, they
hang around the general area.
They leave tracks in the road,
(usually right next to where you
park your truck) and even cluck
or gobble off in the distance,
but they don't let you actually
see them, at least up close.

They love to stand 200-300
yards down the dirt road and
just stare a hole in you. You
freeze and then try to figure out
what to do. And right there,
while your brain is trying to
decide whether you should
slowly ease back or just sneak
over to the side, the birds just
walk off into the woods,
disappearing from everywhere
but your memory.
Busted .. .again.

There is Hope
Frustration aside, there will be
a day. Fortunately, most
serious turkey hunters have had
at least one bird do exactly what
the hunter hoped for-he came
when you called, he gobbled all
the way in and he walked right
up to your set-up.
Boom. Hunt over.
Easy. This time

Reality Check
Now, for the bad news. You
can hunt 50 more times and
possibly never have this happen
again.
This is something that turkeys
do to get you irrevocably
hooked.
And it works. Boy howdy, it


works.
Ask any turkey hunter.
What else would get an
otherwise normal person out of
a perfectly good bed way before
daylight, give up at least two
hours of good REM sleep, drive
like a banshee to his favorite
spot, crawl through the
darkness (with a perfectly good
flashlight in his pocket that he
doesn't want to use-might
spook the bird), set up a couple
of plastic birds in total
darkness, and then go sit at the
base of a tree, scraping a piece
of plexiglass and NOT swatting
the mosquitoes that are eating
his eyebrows and ears off-all
of this in hopes that a male
turkey will just come his way
for a look?
One good gobble, a hundred
yards away, and all is well in
the world.
Yes, it is worth it.
Ask any turkey hunter.
Ten more days.
Good luck.
Your story, photos
Feel free to send in (via e-


Lake Santa Fe
bass tourney
results...
Thirty boats entered
Wednesday night's Lake Santa
Fe fishing tournament last
week, including entrants from
Jacksonville Beach and
Macclenny,
This past week's winners
were as follows:
First place-Daryl Lyles and
Charles; Strickland; total weight,
12.80 pounds.
Second prace-Clint
Shephard and Ashley Alday;.
total weight, 12.24 pounds.
Third place--Shannon
Mobley and Peyton Bennett;
total weight, 6.91 pounds.
Shephard and Alday caught
the tournament's biggest
fish-5.10 pounds.

Boating
caution urged.
as rivers crest
The Suwannee and Santa Fe
rivers are expected to crest later
this week at levels higher than
those recorded during the flood
of September/October 2004,
according to the latest
predictions from the National
Weather Service.
Boaters arereminded that the
Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission
(FWC) is enforcing no-
wake/idle speed rule u.i the
Suwannee River from Branford
to Fowlers iBh ;.nd on the
lower Santa Fe;',: 1....
Persons operating all fo.'m
of water craft on all local ri'..:is
and lakes are urged to -show
consideration for property
owners, by voluntarily
maintaining reasonable speeds,
whether no-wake signs are
posted or n6t.
The Suwannee River Water
Management District does not
institute or enforce no-wake
rules. Enforcement of the no-
wake rule now in effect on


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
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and anything unusual or really,
exciting.
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Community College Andrews
Center), the Lake Regioan
Monitor in Keystone (on SR--21
next to State Farm'Insurance')
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the FWC. Questions or
complaints regarding boating
activities on lakes should be
directed to county sheriffs' or
FWC.
Residents who are unable to
reach their homes due to road
flooding or other access issues
should contact their county
emergency management
coordinator or sheriff.
Rain-swollen rivers create
dangerous conditions for
navigation and for property
owners. Wholly or partially
submerged objects such as trees
and stumps, telephone and
electrical wires, docks, arid
dwellings pose a hazard- to
boaters.
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speed pose a threat to private
property along the riverfront
and local lakes. The no-wake
rule is meant to protect homes,
docks and seawalls on or near
the river from additional flood
damage. The rule also -offers
protection agairfst
environmental damage
including erosion, degradation
of water quality, introduction
of pollutants into the riWer
system, and the undermining of
trees and other vegetation.
River levels and crest
predictions are available by'
calling 386.262.6626 or FL
toll free 800.604.2272, or on
the Suwannee River Water
Management District web siFe-
www.mysuwanneeriver.com. :;


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April 14, TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR--C-SECTION Page 9C


WEIGHTLIFTING


John Adam Waters competes in the clean and jerk for Union County. Waters won the
S169-pour -. lass.


3 Tigers nail down

berths in FHSAA Finals


By CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
''At least three Union County
weightlifters will be competing
in the FHSAA Finals after they
wpo their weight classes during
the. Section 4-Class A meet in
Uke Butler on April 6.
T.4he FHSAA Finals will be
eld Saturday, April 23, at the
University ..of Florida's
Q'Connell Center. The winner
6otach weight class, from each
sectional meet will compete in
, finals. The rest of the field
ta will compete in the finals
l. be determined later by
examining overall totals from
aipong all.the sectional meets.
- "Donnie Clyatt, John Adam
Waters and Jeremy Brown do
no6t hae to wait to see if they
w.iTI get opportunities to win
itate championships. Each lifter
wosn his respective class at the
sectional meet. -
."Clyatt won the 129-pound
la'ss with a 215-pound bench
press and a 195-pound clean
and jerk for a 410-pound total.
Waters won the 169-pound
ci.ass with a 300-pound bench
press and a 260-pound clean
4nd jerk for a 560-pound total.
iro6wn won the 219-pound class-
with a 345-pound bench press
aId a 305-pound clean and jerk
fo-a 650-pound total.
ii -.


Brown easily won his weight
class, finishing with a total that
was 60 pounds more than the
second-place lifter, who
happened to be Union's Kevin
Alexander. Only one lifter-the
winner of the heavyweight
class-out of all of the weight
classes lifted more weight than


Brown.
Clyatt and Waters each
finished with totals 15 pounds
better than the second-place
lifters in their classes.
Alexander was the only
Union lifter to earn a second-
See TIGERS, p. 10C


Jeremy Brown lets out a yell before attempting this lift
in the 219-pound class. Brown was one of three Union
County lifters to finish in first place at the Section 4-
Class A meet.
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By CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer


Jesse Vasquez earned the
only win for the Keystone
Heights boys' weightlifting
team at the Section 3-Class A
meet in St. Augustine on April
6.
By virtue of'his win, Vasquez
will now compete in the
FHSAA Finals, which will be
held Saturday, April 23, at the
O'Connell Center. on the
University of Florida campus in
Gainesville. Vasquez won the
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pound bench press and a 185-
pound clean and jerk for a 365-
pound total.
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finisher.
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the state finals, with the rest of
the field to be determined, later
by examining the best totals
from among all of the sections.

Palmer is
Bradford's
high finisher
at sectionals

By CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer.
No Bradford weightlifter
placed first to guarantee a berth
in the state finals, but Eric
Palmer GM r-,r -irtd-place
finish in the hea. wght class
at the Section 3-Class A meet in
St. Augustine.
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Palmer established a personal
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clean and jerk at 260 pounds to


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-T-he Union County weightlifting team earned the sectional championship trophy.


team trophy as sectional 560 .
TIG ER% r Schamps, had five lifters earn Placing fourth for ihe T
tiG E m C third-place finishes. They were: were: Mark Riherd (119)
Continued from P9C __Travis -Harrefl. (119-pound 145-300, Brandon Shoup (
S ----- class) 190-pound bench press, 225-245-470, Brendan O
plce finish. He had a bench 175-pound clean and jerk. 365- (199) 275-270-545 and E
pires of 330 pounds and a clean pound total; Garrett Ellington Webster (2381 315-230-545.
arid-jerk of 260 pounds for a (139) 205-180-385;, Jarin Union had two finish in.
590Wpound total. Moorefield (169) 255-245-500; place: C.J. Spiller ('183)
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The Tigers, whb -claimed


._Ricky-Lee (183) 265--260-525;
the Kasey Nobles (238) 310-250-


iuS-- -I McCall, who reached on an Playoff games in the
SOFTBALL error, tournament will be played at 3-
-Houser scored Keystone's p.m. and 4:30 p.m. on April 16.
fourth run in the sixth inning. The Indians will travel to
KH defeats She drew a walk and eventually Orange Park on Monday, April
scored on a throwing error. 18, to play Ridgeview at 5 p.m.
Sn In the seventh, Beck drew a
'Rams in walk and scored on a double by Earlier result:
Si Karlyn Reddish. Reddish scored_-
d i st-ict- P lay L-----saC e-ebunrbySmke
McCall and Fagan both 0. Park 2 -KHHS 0
pitched for the -Indians, with Both of visiting Orange
By CLIFF SMELLEY Fagan earning the win by Park's runs were unearned, but
Telegraph Staff Writer pitching the last four innings, they were the only runs of the
Keystone will participate in a game as the Raiders defeated
Ashley Steimke drove- in tournament at Santa Fe High Keystone 2-0 on April 5.
three runs to help the Keystone School in Alachua Thursday- :
Heights softball team cap Saturday, April 14-16. The The Class 6A Raiders, who
regular-season district play by Indians are scheduled to play a entered the game with an 18-1
defeating Interalchen 6-1 on pair of Ocala teams-Forest record, scored a run each in the
April I1. and Vanguard-on April 14 at first and second innings.
The Indians (14-3, 8-2 in 4:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. On Kellie Spaulding hit a double
District 4-3A) hadnine-hits-as a Aprit 1-6,-the-Indians-will-play- -for--the-Indians, while several
team, with Steimke and Donna Palatka at noon. players had singles.


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go0 3-1 in

tournament

By CLIFF SMELLEY
TelegraphStaff Writer._
JE-was the best performance
yetfor the Bradford softball
team in an annual tournament
hosted in Kissimmee as the
To-6-idoes won three of four
games to earn a third-place
finfisrduring March 31-April 2.
It: was a- real good
tournament. It was something
we-needed," Bradford head
coach- Jeremy McFadyen said,
alluding to the level of
competition in the tournament; -
Aihanda Reed and Cassi
Spars each had two RBI as the
Tornadoes (11-8) began play-by
defeating Fort Lauderdale Arch
Bisihop 7-2.
Thie big inning for Bradford
was, Ethe second. Courtney
CUI-Mings drew a walk-.-and
sc6it1 on a triple by Nikki
Goo.sb). Goolsby scored on a
single by Amber Crawford,
who -then scored herself on a
singl-by Ashley Lee." -
Reed capped the_ scoring in
the-inning with a two-run
single.
-~Rid and Sparks were each
3-f6or4 and each had a double.
The Tornadoes defeated Ke)
West: 3-1 (stats unavailable)
before losing 2-1 to Pace.
Pitcher Kasey Barrett,-in-six
ingn-s, struck out seven batters


'nd allowed three hits. The
.'ace pitcher, however, struck
out 13.
Cummings, %ho reached on
an error in the fifth inning,,
scored Bradford's only run. She
advanced to second and third on
passed balls before scoring on a
wild pitch. That tied the score at
1-all.
Pace answered in the bottom
half of the fifth, taking
advantage of a triple to score
thego-ahead run. -
Bradford had a chance with
two runners on and no outs in
the sixth. Lee singled and
Roxann Jackson drew a walk. A
wild pitch advanced Lee to
third and Jackson stole second.
The Pace pitcher would strike
out three straight batters to
leave the runners stranded.
Pitchers Barrett and Sparks
combined for 10 strikeouts as
Bradford rebounded to defeat
Lake Gibson 8-6.
-Sparks--started- the -game,
striking out five in three
innings. Barrett struck out 10
.through'the-last four innings, .*-
The Tornadoes scored all of
their runs in the fourth inning.
The highlight was Reed hitting
her fourth home run of the year,
which drove in two runs.
-Reed is one of the team's top
batters this season with a .390
average and 21 RBI. She has 23
hits with six doubles, a triple

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and the four homers.
Lee is the team leader with a
.400 average. She has 24 hits
(two doubles, one triple) and
eight RBI.
Jackson and Sparks are
hitting .340 and .318,
respectively. Jackson has 18
hits (four doubles, one triple)
and nine RBI. Sparks has 14
hits (three doubles) and seven
RBI.
On the mound, Barrett has an
8-6-record. She has pitched 88
innings, giving up 38 hits and
striking out 154. Her ERA is
0.88.
Sparks (3-2) has thrown 40
innings, allowing 31 hits and
striking out 39 with a 1.75
ERA.
The Tornadoes travel to
Jacksonville to play Bishop
Kenny Thursday, April 14, at 5
p.m.: Bradford then hosts
Buchholz on Friday, April 15.
The two teams will first finish a
-gam-thar-was postpineifearlier
this season because of the
weather at 6 p.m. They will
then~play a.full.game-beginning
at appro\imaiel) 7 p m.
On Monday, April 18,
Bradford plays at Trinity
Catholic at 5 p.m. The
Tornadoes return home to play
Gainesville on Tuesday; April
-19, at 7 p.m. The team's seniors
will be recognized during the
game.

Caring and Sharing
support group for cancer
patients, families and friends
meets the second Tuesday of each
month at 7 p.m. in the Dowling
Park Advent Christian
Community, Phillips -
Recreational Room. Local health
care professionals will present a
variety of educational topics.
Call (904) 758-3074 or (352)
376-6866 for information.


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