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Creation Date: January 26, 2006
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BY JAMES REDMOND
Times Staff Writer
The second victim involved,
in fatal crash on Jan. 14 has
been identified.
The Union County Sheriff's
Office confirmed Robert
William Flanagan, 49, of
Cincinnati, was the passenger
in the vehicle driven by Bobby
Todd that struck Deputy James
"Eddie" Lee. Immediately
following the crash, both
vehicles caught on fire. Lee'
was pulled out by Deputy Ken
Smith. Todd and Flanagan
were could not be extricated
and perished in the fire.
The Florida Highway Patrol
is still investigating the
accident, but a source close tol.
the case said that the patrol car
was not the cause of the fire.
The source said several gas"
cans located in the. bed of the
truck started the fire.'
According to UCSO Capt.
Gary Seay, the entire incident
began earlier in the evening.
"Bobby went to .the home of
Randy Hicks, identified
himself and .then threatened
Hicks," Seay said. "According
to Hicks, two shots were fired
from Todd's pickup and- theih
Hicks fired back."
Seay said, to his point,
investigators have been unable
to locate a weapon in the
pickup. He also said at this
point in the investigation they
have not been able to
determine whether or not


Flanagan was with Todd at the
time of the shooting.
"We have not been able to
figure out at exactly what point
Flanagan and Todd got
together," Seay said. "It's
difficult to say if that will ever
be.determined."
According to Seay, Todd
had been involved in an
incident with some friends of
Hicks about a month earlier.
"Then, on Saturday, he
showed -up at Hicks' house
and spun "doughnuts" on two
separate occasions," Seay said.
"The second time; shots were
fired."
Flanagan's sister, Vickie
Seiler, said he was just in the
wrong place at the wrong time.
"He was caught up in
something he knew nothing
about," Seiler said. "My
'brother would have never
knowingly been in on that
shooting or police chase. He
hated guns and would not of
took any part in all the things
Todd did. Just because Todd
didn't waflt to go to jail that
night our brother lost his life
and we lost our brother."
According to Seiler,
Flanagan was the father of
seven children and had five
granidch-iTdrerr. -He- had-five-
brothers and three sisters.
"He was'a loving man with a
heart bigger than this world,"
said Seiler. "To him, no one.

See CRASH, p. 2A


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Lane crowned Miss Union County High 2006


BY JAMES REDMOND
Times Staff Writer

On Saturday night, the stage
of Union County High
School's auditorium shined
brightly with six contestants
competing for the title of Miss
Union County High.
The competition was fierce
as each girl performed at their
top level. The young ladies
strutted their stuff before a
packed house. All the girls
performed near flawlessly, but
one had to be chosen 'the
winner. While all six made the
judge's decision difficult, they
voted Jesscia Lane would reign
as Miss Union County High
for 2006.
The theme for this year's
pageant was "Hollywood
Nights." The auditorium was
decked out in movie posters.
A large clapboard scene slate
graced 'the front of the
speaker's podium. A large sign
with the word "Hollywood""
was the backdrop for the
scene. A red carpet and rope
line completed the imaginary
movie premiere.
To help capture the theme,
each contestant dressed as a
female adventure or action star
for her character costume.
Jennifer Lake 'portrayed
Catwoman from the movie
Batman complete with claws.
Lane was Princess Leia from
Star Wars. A light sabre
completed the 'ensemble.
Lynne Riherd dressed as Jean
Grey from the movie X-men.
Jill Peacock was dressed as
Wonder Woman complete with
caip and lasso. Chelsey Ricks
portrayed the stretchy
character Elastigirl from the
movie The Incredibles.
Mallory Martin took on the
role of Lt. Jordan O'Neil from
the movie G.I. Jane.
During the first break in the
evening's action, Miss Union
County High 2005, Lauren
Allen, performed the song "On
My Own" from the musical
Les Miserables.
Other royalty graced the
pageant as well. Miss
Bradford-Union Strawberry


Queen, Megan Giebeig, Miss
Bradford-Union Strawberry
Princess and Miss First Coast
Teen Celeste Wilson along
with other former Miss Union
County High winners were
present-for the performance.
The second event of the
evening was the casual wear
competition. Contestants were
able to select an outfit that they
felt accentuated their poise and
personality. All six were very
creative in their selections.
Some contestants outfits
looked summerlike while
others took casual to a whole
new level.
The talent portion of the
competition showcased the
girls' many abilities. Lane did
her rendition of "When You
Say Nothing at All" by Allison
Kraus. Along with singing, she
played the mandolin. Lakedid
a modern dance routine to
"Stampede" from The Lion
King. Riherd performed a
dance routine to "Surfin'
Safari" by The Beach Boys.
Peacock adapted a
monologue from "Star
Spangled Girl" by Neil Simon.
Ricks began her performance
by playing the piano and
singing "Think of Me" from
Phantom of the Opera. She
ended by dancing to it. Martin
did a musical and dance
rendition of "All That Jazz"
from the Broadway play
"Chicago".
The evening gown
competition would be the last
performance of the evening.
Each contestant put her best
face and dress forward to
showcase their beauty.
The judges made their final
marks and the sheets were
turned over to math teacher
Jamie Dekle for a final tally. A
10-minute intermission was
taken to allow time to tabulate
the scores.
The evening competition
was half of the total score.
Earlier in the day, the
contestants were evaluated in
the areas of academic
achievement, honors and

See LANE, p. 4A


More royalty crowned......


The Union County Riding Club held its first show of the year on Jan. 14. It also
crowned queen and princess. Pictured from left to right are: 2006 Princess Mallory
Martin, 2005 Queen Jessica Norris and 2006 Queen Jessica Thornton. For more
about the show and clowning, see page 3A.


Beta Club
sponsors
children's
pageant
The UCHS Beta club will
host its first annual
children's pageant on
Saturday, Feb. 11, at 3 p.m.
in the UCHS auditorium.
The pageant's theme will be
"Love All Around". All
proceeds will go to the
American Red Cross. For
more information, contact
Kelly Neal at (352) 339-
1409 or Holly Reed at (386)
623-4563.



Miss ugly
scheduled for
Feb. 3
The Union County high
School junior class will host
the Miss Ugly contest on
Friday, Feb. 3, beginning at
7 p.m. in the UCHS
auditorium. Admission is
$5. The theme for this
year's event is Super Ugly.
For more information, call
. (386) 496-3040.


Babe Ruth"
signups begin
Saturday
The Union County Babe
Ruth Association will begin
signups on Saturday, Jan.
28, from 9 a.m.-I p.m. in
front of Spires IGA in Lake
Butler. Signups will go on
every Saturday through the
end of February. Parents are
asked to bring a copy of
their child's birth certificate
when signing up. Anyone
wishing to be, an officer or
coach must attend a
mandatory meeting on
Monday, Feb. 6, at 7 p.m. at
the O.J. Phillips Complex
building. For more
information, contact Greg
Snyder or Bruce Dukes.


UCHS offers
additional
tutoring
classes
Union County High
School will offer additional
tutoring classes on
Saturday in January and
February. Sessions will be
held from 9 a.m.-12 p.m.
The dates for the classes are
Jan. 21, Jan. 28, Feb. 4, Feb.
11, Feb.18 and Feb. 25.
Those parents interested in
their child .attending the
classes can pick up an
application at the front
office of UCHS. For more
information, contact
Geraldine Griffis at (386)
496-3040 ext. 4946.


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 386-496-2261
or call 904-964-6305 in
Starke.


For crime, socials anrd editorials, see Regional News section. For sports, see Features and Sports section.

Deadline noon Monday before publication 386-496-2261 (phone) 386-496-2858 (fax) 6 89076 63869 2


Second victim in

fatal crash identified


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Page 2A UNION COUNTY TIMES Jan. 26, 2006


CRASH
Continued from p. 1A

was a stranger. He will be
missed by many friends and
family members."
Questions have been raised
as to whether or not proper
pursuit procedures were
followed by the deputies.
Todd's family has alleged that
Smith did not have his lights
and siren on as he was
pursuing Todd.
"It was a textbook case,"
Seay said. "Witnesses in the
area have reported seeing
Smith with his lights on. Tapes
from his radio traffic revealed
his siren blaring in the
background."
Because the case is still
being investigated, the
sheriffs office could not make
the tapes public as of press
time. FHP and the Florida
Department of Law
Enforcement would only say
that their investigations were
ongoing and would be
completed in the next few
weeks.
.James Redmond can be
reached at (386) 496-2261 or
* uctimes@alltel.net


LCCC
recognized by
NCPPP
The National Council for
Public-Private Partnerships
has a mission.
Its mission is to advocate
and facilitate the formation of
public-private partnerships at
the federal,, state, and local
levels to raise the awareness of
governments and businesses of
the means by which their
cooperation can cost
effectively provide the public
with quality goods, services,
and. facilities. The NCPPP has
recognized this mission by
awarding Lake City
Community College with its
Public-Private Partnership
Award. Associate Professor, of
Biology
Dr. John Rowe accepted the
award on behalf of the college.
According to the NCPPP, Lake
City Community College is the
onlp community cottage to-
receive this award, twice in the
las' -five years. -Tt "'flege
received their first award from
the NCPPP in 2003 for a
program that offers continuing
education credits for
employees at wastewater
plants.
Rowe recognized the
problem, developed a solution,
and presented that solution to
the Live Oak Wastewater
Treatment Facility.
Every city has a water
waste treatment facility,"
Rowe said These facilities
take the communityas waste
and convert most of it, to
sable water. The process that
Sis commonly used to
breakdown the sludge that,
makes up approximately one
percent of the wastewater is
called the aerobic process.
This means that oxygen is
present in the breakdown
process. The bacteria in the
oxygen that is pumped in to
the holding area for the sludge
breaks it down."
Another way of breaking
down the sludge is the
anaerobic process.
This means that-ire
breakdown process is achieved
with out oxygen. The
drawback to the anaerobic
process is that it requires a
higher temperature," Rowe
said
Rowe's solution to this
drawback was achieved by
adding more cold-tolerant
bacteria to the sludge holding
area. Therefore, the Live Oak
Wastewater Treatment Facility
was able to use the less
expensive anaerobic process.
Factoring in power, chemicals,
transportation fees, and
manpower the company was,
able to save' $25,000 .per year.
This was compared to using
the aerobic breakdown
process.
For more information about
Lake Community Collegeas
water and wastewater
programs, call Rowe at (386)
754-4279 or e-mail at
rowej @ lakecitycc.edu.

WS looking
for board,
members
The town of Worthington
Springs is: looking to
establish a board of
directors for appeals and
procedures. If you are a
citizen and would like to be
on this board, contact the
city office on Wednesday's
between 8:30 a.m.-3 p.m. at
S(386) 496-1006.


SREC offers
home repair
help
Is your home suffering
from draftiness, leaky roof,
lack of insulation, restricted
entrance or lack of heated
water? If so, the Suwannee.
River Economic Council
has a program that may help
pay for those needed
repairs. Assistance is based
on income. Applications for
the program can be picked
up at SREC, located on S.R.
231 across from Tigers Den
Daycare in Lake Butler. For
more information, call (386)
496-2342.


Historical
society
accepts items
The Union County
Historical Society accepts
historical items for the
Marjorie Driggers Museum
every Monday from 9 a.m.
until noon. The museum is
located on S.R. 100 in Lake
Butler in the Townsend
Building.' For more
information, contact Cindy
North at (386) 496-3044.


BY JAMES REDMOND
Times Staff Writer ",
If you ask most people in
Union County if they think
Ken Smith is a hero, they'll tell
you without a doubt he is. If
you ask Smith if he thinks he's
a hero, he'll give you a one
word answer-no.
Smith, a part-time deputy
with the Union County
Sheriff's Office, was the
individual that pulled Deputy
James "Eddie" Lee from a
burning patrol car after it was
struck by a vehicle Smith was
pursuing. Smith said it was all
in the line of duty.
"Eddie would have done the
same thing for me," Smith
said. "Without hesitation, I
know he would have."
Smith recalled seeing the
accident and immediately
running to check on Lee.
"I exited my vehicle and ran
toward Eddie," Smith said.
"His door was already opened
and I could see him slumped in
the seat. I could see his legs
were badly hurt."
Smith said he knew he had
to act quickly.
"I was trying to get him out
but the fire and smoke became
too much and I had to run out
to catch my breath," Smith
said. "I ran back in and knew I
had to get him out. I grabbed
Eddie and drug him out of the
car. Once we got clear,
bystanders helped me put out
some small fires still burning
on him."
Smith admits that Lee would
not be here today if not for
him.
"He would have never made
it out," Smith said. "He could
.~ot move, but, again, he would
have done the same thing for
me."
Smith said the pair have
talked since the incident.
"He thanked me for what I
did," Smith said. "Beyond that,
we haven't really discussed it."
For his efforts he received
quite a few burns.
"I have second-and third-
degree burns .on may right arm
and a deep second-degree burn
on my left hand," Smith said.


UCBOCC
meets third of
each month
The Union County Board
of County Commissioner
meets on the third Monday
of each month at 7 p.m..
Commissioners meet in the
board room located inside
the Union County),
Courthouse located at 55 W
Main St. in Lake Butler. For
more information, call (386)
4964241.


"My tace also looks like it has
a really bad sunburn the
doctors classified as a first
degree burn. I'm in good
condition at this time.
Smith works as a full-time
Florida Department of
Corrections officer at the
Reception and Medical Center
in Lake Butler. RMC Warden
Mark Redd said Smith is the
ideal employee.
"Ken's just a great
employee," Redd said.
"Anytime we ask him to do
anything, he's right there,
ready and willing to tackle the
assignment."
Union County Sheriff Jerry
Whitehead echoed Redd's
sentiments.
"Ken is the kind of guy you
can depend on," Whitehead
said. "Anytime We need to get
somebody to work in the place
of someone else, Ken is always
ready to help."
One person who is glad that
Smith was there is Lee.
"I literally owe Ken my
life," Lee said. "If he had not
been there, I would not be here
talking to you."
Lee said he remembers the
accident, but very little after
that.
"I was working the
basketball game when the call
for the disturbance came in,"
Lee said. "I was called to go
help Ken look for the truck. I
was checking a place out on
C.R. 18 when Ken called
saying he had just.passed him
on Light Plant Road."
From there things happened
very quickly.
"I left there and headed
toward Light Plant Road to cut
the truck off," Lee said. "As I
got to the road, I saw the
headlights of the truck topping
the hill. It did not look like he
was going to slow down so I
gave him some room and tried
to accelerate through the
intersection. The next thing I
knew, lights were coming at
me and that's when the
collision happened:."
From that point, Lee said he
remembers very little.
"I remember being loaded
on the helicopter for the ride to


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the hospital," Lee said. "I also
remember seeing Gene
Raulerson on the way to the
hospital.''
Raulerson is a flight nurse
with ShandsCair at the
University of Florida and a
Union County Paramedic.
In the accident Lee suffered
multiple injuries. The worst
being the fracture of his right
leg in four places.
"My femur is broke in two
places, my knee is busted up
and I have a broken shin and
ankle on the same leg," Lee
said. "I have a fractured pelvis
as well."
Lee said his left leg had
third- degree burns and a torn
ligament.
"They done skin graphs to
help the burns,' Lee said. "I
have a to wear a knee brace
until the burns heal and they
can look at the MCL."
So far, Lee has undergone
two surgeries to fix the his
right leg.
"I know I'll have to undergo
at least one more," Lee said.
"It will be a long time before I
get back to work. My hope is
that no infection will set in."
Lee has been moved out of-
the hospital and into a
rehabilitation facility to help
him with his injuries.
Lee has been with the
sheriffs office since 1982. He
began as a reserve deputy and
moved his way into a part time
position. Just recently he
retired from DOC with more
than 25 years of service. His
last assignment was at New
River Correctional Institution.
While with the sheriff's
office he has served in other
capacities. Along with being a
deputy, he has been part-time
cprrectional officer as well. He
said being a deputy is
something he's always wanted
to do.
"Being a law enforcement
officer is something I wanted
to do from' a very young age,"
Lee said. "While certain
things would not allow md to
pursue it full time, being a
deputy part-time was just as
good."
Whitehead said that Lee was
also a deputy theldepartpnenL.A,
cbuld count on. .
S"Eddie has been here ever
since my dad was sheriff,"
Whitehead said. "It's clear it's
just something he loves to do."
Whitehead said that both
Smith and Lee had become
celebrities around the office.
"Everyday we get cards and
letters from citizens all over
the county," Whitehead said.

James Redmond can. be
reached at (386) 496-2261 or
uctimes@alltel.net


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flexible volunteer opportunity
that enables you to make a real
difference in the lives of
seniors in your community?
Do you like to help others
resolve problems? If you
answered yes to these
questions, then the Florida
Department of Elder Affairs
may have the perfect volunteer
position for you.
Volunteers are needed in
Union County for the ,a\..ard-
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Insurance Needs of Elders
Program. SHINE is a free
Medicare and health insurance
information and counseling
program that helps elders make
informed decisions. SHINE
counseling takes place at
designated community centers
or by telephone.
Seniors and their caregivers
receive information and
assistance on programs that
may help to reduce their health
insurance and prescription
medication costs. SHINE
volunteers help Medicare
recipients compare
supplemental insurance
policies, interpret coverage,
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volunteers can also, help
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Free comprehensive training
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DOF increases
price for
prescribed
burning
The Florida Division of
Forestry recently increased the
price it charges for performing
prescribed burn services for
residents in Union County.
Fireline plowing will now cost
$80 per hour with a minimum
charge of $50. Previously the
charge was $65 per hour.
Assistance with your
prescribed burn by division
personal is now $22 per hour
per individual. There is a
minimum charge of $100.
Previously the person hour
charge was $20.
Suppression services have
also increased. DOF will
charge $80 per hour from the
time personal are dispatched to
control a fire to the time the
fire is brought under control.
There is a minimum charge of
$150. This service was
previously $65 per hour.
DOF has decided to leave
the price of one service
unchanged. To contract DOF
to perform a prescribed burn,
the division charges $12 per
acre for the first 50 acres. The
charge drops to $10 per acre
after the first 50 acres. There
os a minimum charge of $100.
For more information about
any of these services, contact
Senior Forest Ranger Buddy
Broughton at (386) 496-4944.


To insure good health: Eat
lightly, breathe deeply, live
moderately, cultivate
cheerfulness, and maintain
an interest in life.
-William Louden







Jan. 26, 2006 UNION COUNTY TIMES Page 3A

Goat Club to

Union County Riding Club holds first show of season meet Jan. 26
The 4-H Goat Club will


On Jan. 14, the Union
County Riding Club held it's
first show of the new year.
"It proved to be an exciting
night with 87 riders
competing," said Janice
Parrish, spokesperson for
UCRC. "The UCRC junior girl
flag team performed for the
first time as well."
The most exciting event was
the crowning of 2006 UCRC
Queen Jessica Thorton.
Mallory Martin was named
2006 UCRC Princess.
The flag team, made up of
riders Jessica O'Steen,
Brittany Kirkland, Thornton,
Amber O'Neal, Amanda
Parrish, Cale Cubbedge,
Martin and 2005 Queen Jessica
Norris, opened the season with
an exciting drill team
performance.
After the introduction of the
queen contestants, Sue Lagasse
entered the arena carrying the
United States flag to "The Star
Spangled Banner". 2006
President Ralph Parrish closed
the opening ceremonies with a
prayer. It was then time to let
the show begin.
All participants made it clear
they came to compete. The
competition in all four events
was strong: During
intermission, flag team director
Pricilla Seay presented Norris
with trophy in appreciation for
a job well done in representing
the UCRC over the past year.
Then it was time to find out
who would wear the crown for


2006. With much excitement.,
Thornton was crowned queen.
She will represent the club
throughout the year in various
events.
Martin was then crowned
2006 UCRC princess. She will
assist Thornton in representing
the club. They both will help
with all opening ceremonies
during the year.
Parrish extended
appreciation to Priscilla Seay
for her hard wnl,- and
dedication in working with the
2006 flag team.
Events are always free and
open to the public.
"If you enjoy good
horseback competition please
join us any second or fourth
Saturday night of the month,"
said Parrish. "Competition.
begins 7 p.m."
Events take place at the
Union County Riding Club
arena located one mile south of
Lake Butler on S.R. 121.


The contestants that competed for the title of queen are pictured above. From I-r,
they are: Cale Cubbedge, Amber O'Neal, Amanda Parrish, Mallory Martin, Jessica
Thornton and winner Jessica Norris.


The condensed water
vapor in the sky behind
a high-flying jet is a
contrail.


holds its next meeting on.
Thursday, Jan. 26, at 6:30 p.m.
at the Bradford Fairgrounds
building on U.S. 301 N in
Starke. The date was changed
from Jan. 19 due to a
scheduling conflict.
Other meeting dates will be
Feb. 16 and March 13.
Bradford and Union County
4-H youth who are interested
in participating in the 2006
Bradford Youth Goat Show
should attend these meetings.
FFA members are also invited.
For more information, call
the Bradford County Extension
Office at (904) 966-6224.

Emmanuel
Baptist will
feature
missionaries
Emmanuel Baptist Church of
Lake Butler will host the Bach
family, missionaries to Alaska
and Canada, Sunday morning,
Jan. 29.
The missionaries will present
.a report, followed by singing
and food at noon.
The church is at 19511 NW
124th Ave. in Lake Butler,
across from McKinney
Cemetery.
For information, call 1-800-
234-9161.

It is amazing what can be
accomplished when nobody
cares about who gets the
credit. '
-Robert Yates


Pictured above are the members of the UCRC junior girl flag team. From I-r, they,are;
Jessica O'Steen, Cale Cubbedge, Amanda Parrish,,Mallory. Martin, Sue Lagasse,
Jessica Thornton, Amber O'Neal,.Jessica Norri.4 and Brittany Kirkland.



Library set to begin spring programs


BY JAMES REDMOND
Times Staff Writer
The Union County Public
Library is gearing up to kick
off an array of spring
programs.
On Feb. 1-2, "Where is the
groundhog?" will help children
learn the legend off
Groundhog Day. Feb. 8-9, "I
Love You" will be the library's
Valentine's Day program. On
Feb. 15-16, "Hats! Hats! What
about that?" will be presented.
Feb. 22-23 "Let's Monkey
Around" will have kids
swinging from the rafters.
March 1-2 "1, 2 ,3 ,4 ,5" will
help preschoolers. learn their


.numbers.
March 8-9, "Home on the
Range" will help kids explore
the Wild West. March 15-16,
will be the library's "Spring
Fling." March 22-23, the
library will not have a program
due to Union County School's
spring break. March 29-30,
"How does your Garden
Grow" will teach youngsters
all about how plants grow.
April 5-6, participants will go
"Under the Sea." On April 12-
13, the schedule concludes
with "Here Comes Peter
Cottontail."
Programs are held on
Wednesday and Thursday of
each week. They begin at 10


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programs are open to the
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Programs are geared to
children of preschool age. For
more information, call the
library at (386) 496-3432.
James Redmond can be
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Raiford
Calvary will
have revival
Raiford Calvary Temple
Church of God in Raiford will
have a revival featuring
Evangelist Zane Estes Jan. 29-
Feb. 3.
Sunday School begins at
9:45 a.m.; I a.m. and 6 p.m.;
Mon.-Fri.. 7:30 p.m.
The church is on S.R. 121 in
Raiford.
The public is invited.


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activities, interview and
swimsuit competitions.
As the audience returned, all
settled in to find out the
answer to the question
everyone had on their
mind-who would be Miss
Union County High.
Before the new queen was
announced, awards in each
individual category were
handed out. Earlier in the day
all six contestants voted to
award Martin with Miss
Congeniality. Highest
Academic Achievement, Best
Interview and Best Swimsuit
went to Peacock. Best Theme
Costume, Best Casual Wear,
Best Talent Performance and
Best Evening Gown went to
Lane.
It was then time to award
first, second and third runner-
up. Third runner-up was
Ricks. Second runner-up was
Lake. First runner-up was
Peacock.
Lane was then announced
Miss Union County High
2006. She took her walk after
receiving her crown and sash.
The following people were
thanked for helping make the
night a huge success: Lola
Lacy, Mike Fletcher, Duane
Archer, Stephanie Blakeley,
Shawna Chaffin, Lori Howard,
Tltersea Croft, Kelly Holmes,
Dekle, Margaret Martin, Cindy
Mattox, Kelly Christie, Kelly
Neal and Renae Allen.
Also recognized for
contributions from the business
community were: Barbara's
Florist, who donated the
queen's bouquet, Badcock
Furniture, C and S Outdoors,
Kirby Laser and Needle, Lake
Butler Dry Cleaners, Karen's
Quik Stop, Shatto.Heating and
Air, Merle Norman, Party Lite
by Cathy McSweeney,
Awesome Nails, Family
Dollar, Karen Wring, Radio
Shack, Shady Oaks Family
Salon and Mary Kay by
Shannon Dukes for helping
contribute to give each
Contestant a goody basket.
James Redmond can be
reached at (386) 496-2261 Or
'ctimes@alltel.net


Mallory Martin shows
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musical Chicago.


Jessica Lane does her
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Lynne Riherd shows
how formal she can be.


Mallory Martin does her
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can be casual as well.


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Lake Butler Masons install

lodge's 2006 officers

2006 officers of Lake Butler Lodge 52 were recently
installed. They are (1-r) Junior Deacon Steve
Godwin, Marshall Doyle Godwin, Senior Deacon
Colin Coody, Treasurer Leaman Alvarez, Chaplain
Henry Thomas, Junior Warden Gary Ranard,
Worshipful Master Bobbie Andrews, Tyler Richard
Willingham, Senior Steward Seabie Rucker,
Secretary George Barber, Installing Officer Ted
Barber, Junior Steward Cecil Clemons and Senior
Warden. Greg Cameron. At right, Alvarez received a
certificate of appreciation from Barber on behalf of
the Grand Master of Masons for his community
work and assistance to the lodge.
(Not pictured: Installing Marshall Stan Harvey and
Installing Chaplain Tom Adams.)


Union County boys move district mark to 5-1


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Ted Young made six 3-
pointers and finished with 20
points as the Union County
boys basketball team improved
to .5-1 in district play With an
88-27 win.over Taylor on Jan.
20 in Pierson.
The Tigers, who were up 51-
-'at the^'half, also 'got 15
points -from' C.J. Spiller, 13
points from Rodencia Austin
and 10 points from Justin
Griffin.
SChris Perry and Willie
.-Oliver each added eight points
a the Tigers won their third
straight game.
: Union .was 12-7 prior to its
Jan. 24 game against district
opponent Keystone Heights.
The Tigers played Newberry
Jan. 25 and will travel to play
district opponent Crescent City
Friday, Jan. 27, at 7:30 p.m.

Score by Quarter
UCHS: 21 30 22 15-88
tHS: 15 6 4 2-27

Union Scoring (88): Austin 13;
Galdwell 3, Griffin 10, Jackson
7, Nobles 4, Oliver .8, Perry 8,
Spiller. 15, Young 20. 3-
* pointers: Jackson, Austin 2,
Young 6. Free throws: 7-13.

Earlier results:

Eastside 63 UC 35
The Tigers were no match
for sixth-ranked, Class 5A
-Eastside,. losing 63-35 on Jan'
111 in Gainesville.
Kevin Alexander was the
only.Union player to score in
double figures (12 points) as
Eastside outscored the Tigers
20-5 in the third quarter.to pull
Saway.

Score by Quarter
UCHS: 13 7 5 10-35
EHS: 13 16 20 14-63

Union Scoring (35):
Alexander 12, Austin 1,


-Caldwell 2, Griffin 4, Odom 2,
Oliver 1, Spiller 5, Young 8.
Free throws: 13-32.

UC 71 Rams 66
Four players scored.. in
double figures as the Tigers
swept the regular-seasdn series
with the Interlachen Rams,
defeating them 71-65 on Jan.
12 in InterlacJien.
Breidan 'Odom had 15
points to lead the Tigers in the
district win. Spiller. had 14
points, while Alexander and
Griffin each had'10.
Young added nine points.

Score by Quarter
UCHS: 13 13 21 24-71
IHS: 16 14 15 20-65

Union Scori.n.g (71):
-Alexander 10, .Caldwell 4,
Griffin 10, Odom 15, Oliver 2,
Perry 7, Spiller 14, Young 9..3-
pointers: Griffin, Young. Free
throws: 11-20.

Crescent 41 UC 27
An outmanned Tigers team
dropped its first district game
of the year, losing 41-27 to
visiting Crescent City on Jan.
14.
The Tigers have been
shorthanded several times this .
season with players sitting out
with injuries or taking football
recruiting visits. Union had
just three players score against
the Raiders, including Young
and Griffin, -who "had. II and
10 points, respectively. 2
Score by Quarter


CCHS: a 5 9 19--41
UCHS: 3 7 2 15-27

Union Scoring (27): Griffin 10,
Perry 6, Young 11. 3-pointers:
Perry, Griffin 2, Young 2. Free
throws: 3-3.

UC 61 Newberry 52
The Tigers rode a 22-14
first-quarter advantage to a 61-
52 win over Newberry.
Alexander scored 14 points
-to lead the Tigers. Odom had
12 points, while Oliver and
Young each had eight.
Score, by Quarter
NHS: 14 11 11 16-52
UCHS: 22 11 16 12-61

Unipo,n Scoring '(61):
Alexander 14, Austin 6, Griffin
6, Nobles 4, Odom 12, Oliver
8, Perry 2, Young 8. 3 -
pointers: Young 2.. Free
throws: 15-29.

UC 53 Hornets 44
Young' poured in .25 points
as the Tigers defeated visiting
Hawthorne 53-44 on Jan. 18.
Griffin added 11 points for
the Tigers, who outscored the
Hornets 21-13 in the fourth
quarter,

Score by Quarter
HHS: 10 11 10 13-44
UCHS:. 9 15 8 21-53

Jnion Scoring (53):
Alexander 3, Austin 2, Griffin
11, Perry 6, Spiller 6, Young
25. 3-pointers: Perry, Spiller,
Young 2.


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LEGALS
INVITATION TO BID
Notice is hereby given that sealed
bids will be accepted by the Union
County Board of County
Commissioners for the drilling of a
well at the Providence Community
Center. Bid specifications rmay be
obtained from the Board of County
Commissioners office located at 15


Florida, Monday through Friday,
between the hours of 8:00 and 12:00
P.M. Bids are due by 12:00 P.M.,
Monday, February 20, 2006 at the
same address as listed above. The
bid opening will be a regular agenda
item for the meeting scheduled for
February 20, 2006 at 7:00 P.M. The
Board reserves the right to reject any
and/or all bids.
1/19 2tchg. 1/26
PUBLIC NOTICE
RULE NAME:
3.09 A Moment of Silence
3.20 Guidelines and Procedures
Concerning HIV or Other
Communicable Diseases (Students
and Employees)
4.03 Exceptional Student Education
5.04 Student Attendance
5.05 Requirements for Original Entry
5.07 Admission to First Grade
5.15 Administration of Medication
5.19 Student Records
-,61&5-Duaf-Employmrent -,
6.18 Contracts: Instructional and
Administrative Personnel
6.50 Grievance Procedure for
Personnel
7.01 School Budget System
7.05 Internal Funds
7.06 School Food Service Funds
7.12 Audits
8.15 Bus Routes
PURPOSE AND EFFECT:
To update Board Policies
SUMMARY:
To update Board Policies
AUTHORITY: Florida Statutes
LAW IMPLEMENTED:
ECONOMIC IMPACT: None
Policy ca--n heievwed'in the Office of
the Superintendent of Schools, 55 SW
'Sixth Street, Lake Butler, Florida
between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and
4:00 p.m.
IF A HEARING IS REQUESTED
WITHIN 28 DAYS OF THIS
PUBLICATION IN ACCORDANCE
WITH SECTION 120.54 FLORIDA
STATUTES, IT WILL BE HELD ON
FEBRUARY 28, 2006, AT 1:30 P.M.
IN THE SCHOOL BOARD
MEETING ROOM. A COMPLETE
TEXT OF THIS PROPOSED RULE
MAY BE VIEWED IN THE OFFICE
OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF-
SCHOOLS, 55 S.W. 6TH STREET,
LAKE BUTLER, FLORIDA
1/26 ltchg.
PUBLIC NOTICE
This is to inform you that Union
County will hold a pre-bid conference
and walk-thru for the rehabilitation of
seven (7) single family dwellings in
the Union County SHIP program.
This meeting will be held Thursday,
February 2, 2006 beginning at 9:00
a.m. at Suwannee River Economic
Council, Inc. Outreach Office, 855
SW 5th. Ave., Lake Butler, Florida.
The conference and walk-thru is
mandatory, no exceptions, for
contractors who plan to bid.
Suwannee River Economic Council,
Inc. requires each contractor to be
properly licensed, carry general
liability insurance of at least
$1,000,000,00 and Workers Comp
Insurance during construction.
Bids for these units will be due by
12:00 noon Thursday, February 9,
2006, at'Suwannee River Economic
Council, Inc. Outreach Office, 855
SW 6th Ave., Lake. Butler, Florida
32054. Please mark envelope
"-Sealed -,Bid-,for -Name -of
Homeowner,; SHIP'. Bids, to be
opened Thursday, February 9, 2006
at 1:00 p.m.


1 he cost of repairs shall not exceed
the assessed value of the dwelling,
with a maximum, of $25,000.00.
Suwannee River Economic Council,
Inc. has the right to reject any afid-all
bids. The bids will be awarded on the
most cost effective basis.
Union County is a fair housing.and
equal opportunity and ADA employer.
Minority and Women Contractors are
urged to participate.
1/26 ltchg.


NOTICE OF PROPOSED
APPROVAL OF AN
APPLICATION FOR A
SUBDIVISION BY THE
BOARD OF COUNTY
COMMISSIONERS OF
UNION COUNTY,.FLORIDA
ACTING AS THE PLANNING
AND ZONING BOARD
Notice is hereby given that on
February 6, 2006 at 11:30 A.M., the
Board of County Commissioners of
Union County, Florida, will meet as
the Planning and Zoning Board:in a
Public Hearing to be held in Room
101 of the Union County Courthouse,
Lake Butler, Florida, for final approval
of re-plat by Tiger Bay Partners.
Said proposed application may be
inspected by the public at 15
Northeast First Street, Lake Butler,
Florida, during the hours of 8:00 A.M.
through 12:00 P.M., Monday through
Friday, excepting legal holidays. All
interested parties may appear at the
meeting and be heard with respect to
the proposed subdivision. -
1/26 2tchg. 22
NOTICE QF PROPOSED :
APPROVAL OF AN
APPLICATION FOR A
SUBDIVISION BY THE
BOARD OF COUNTY
COMMISSIONERS OF
UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA
ACTING AS THE PLANNING
AND ZONING BOARD o
Notice is hereby given that on
February 6, 2005 at 11:40 A.M., the
Board of County Commissioners of
Union County, Florida, will meet as
the Planning and Zoning Board ina
Public Hearing to be held in Room
101 of the Union County Courthouse,
Lake Butler, Florida, to consider an
Application by Grand Legacy to
establish a Phase II. Said proposed
application may be inspected by the
public at 15 Northeast First Street,
Lake Butler, Florida, during the hours
of 8:00 A.M. through 12:00 P.M.
Monday through Friday, excepting
legal holidays. All interested parties
may appear at the meeting and be
heard with respect o the proposed
subdivision.
1/26 2tchg. 2/2
INVITATION TO BID
Notice is hereby given that sealed
bids will be accepted by the Union
County Board of County
Commissioners for lighting & poles.
Bid specifications may be picked up
from the Commissioners office
located at 15 Northeast First Street,
Like Butler, Florida. Sealed bids are
to be turned in at the same location by
12:00 P.M., February 20, 2006. The
bid opening will be an agenda item at
the regular meeting to be held
February 20, 2006 at 7:00 P.M. in
Room 101 of the Union County
Courthouse, 55 West Main Street
Lake Butler, Florida. The Board
reserves the right to rejectany and/or
all bids.
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BC deputy pursues, apprehends robbery suspect


A Jacksonville man, who had
minutes before robbed a
convenience store on U.S. 301
south, was apprehended after he
crashed his vehicle in
downtown Starke.
The clerk at the Quik Stop
reported a holdup in progress
on Jan. 24 at 11:20 a.m. The
description of a green Monte
Carlo with a Duval license tag
number was given, stating the
vehicle was northbound.
Bradford Sgt. George Konkel
spotted the vehicle and gave
pursuit. Traveling at a high rate
of speed, the vehicle continued
north on Walnut Street,
missing stopped vehicles and
traffic before crashing into two
vehicles parked at *the North
Florida Regional Chamber of
Commerce at the corner of Call
and Walnut.
Talric M. Robinson, 40, had


been at the store for some time,
buying scratch-off lottery
tickets, etc., according to the
clerk. Telling the clerk he was
ready to go, he produced a
small screwdriver and told her
to give him all the money in
the cash register. Robinson


then fled the business with an
undetermined amount of
money, Sgt. Konkel said.
The clerk was not injured in
the robbery.
Robinson was charged by
Sgt. Konkel with armed
robbery, aggravated assault,


fleeing, attempting to elude and
aggravated assault on a law
enforcement officer.-.He was
transported by emergency
personnel to Shands Starke for
treatment of injuries sustained
in the crash, Sgt. Konkel said.
Robinson, who is 6'3" and


weighs 235 lbs., was sentenced
in Clay County in 1985 to
serve 38 years in prison for
robbery with a deadly weapon
(gun) and kidnapping. He was-
released from the Department of
Corrections on March 31,
2003.


On Sept. 16, Robinson was
arrested in Jacksonville Beach
for fraud and on Oct. 7 in
Jacksonville for possession of
drugs ..
The vehicle is registered to
20-year-old Ashley Marie
Carswell of Jacksonville Beach.


Talric M.
Robinson


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The hospital opened as
Bradford County Hospital in
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lot of changes since that time.
On Thursday, March 2, from
5-7 p.m. a special celebration
reception has been set at
Shands Starke in the atrium.
The entire community is
invited to join in.
aOn Friday, March 3, the
annual Lillian Stump
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take place from 8-11 a.m. in
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giveaways.
The hospital is also putting
together a display of historic
photographs and memorabilia
for a Walk Through Time
display. The Shands Starke
administration is seeking
information for this display.
They are seeking information
like the name of the first baby _
born in the hospital in 1956,
information on the first surgery
performed, information on
staff members .who worked.
--there .years ago, etc.
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OBITUARIES -- __


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Ellen Bailey

Ellen Bailey
STARKE Ellen Louise
Morgan Bailey, 78, of Starke
died Sunday, Jan. 8, 2006, at her
residence following a brief
illness.
Born in Miami on Jan. 13,
1927, Mrs. Bailey moved to
Starke in 1978 from Key Largo.
She was a longtime member of
First .Baptist Church in Starke
where she worked in.the nursery.
She.--was the -owner/operator. oQf.
Bailey Advertising for more'than
30 years.
Mrs. Bailey is-sur.vived by:
three, daughters, Jacquelyn
Taylor of Hollywood, Ellen
"Bootsie" Lowe of Ft. Walton
Beach and Carolyn Jean Bailey
of Miami; two sisters, Joyce
Chambers of Lake Butler and
Judy Somerville of Starke; six
grandchildren, 13 great-
_grandchirdren and one great-
great-grandchild. She was
preceded in death by her
husband Jackson Bailey.
- Memorial contributions may--
be made to- First-Baptist Cfihurch
,of Starke Nursery, P.O. Box
1258, Starke, FL 32091.


Gladys Edwards

Gladys Edwards
STARKE Gladys Underhill
Edwards, 89, of Starke died
Sunday, Jan. 22, 2006, at
Windsor Manor Nursing Home
following an extended illness.
- A lifelong resident of Bradford
County, Mrs. Edwards owned and
operated Edwards' Grocery Store
in Starke for 40 years. She was a
homemaker and member of
Madison Street Baptist Church.
Mrs. Edwards is survived by: a
son Wayne Edwards of Starke;
and a grandson David- Edwards
of Starke. She was preceded in
death by .her husband Jack
Edwards. .
Graveside- services for Mrs.-
Edwards will be held at II a.m.
on Thursday, Jan. 26, 2006, at
Crosby Lake Cemetery with the
Rev. Gene Bass officiating.
Interment will follow under the
care of Archie Tanner Funeral
Home of Starke.
Visitation will be one hour
prior to the service at the
cemetery.

Sally Lauer
GAINESVILLE Sally Ann
Brannon Turner Lauer, 53, of
Gainesville died -Saturday, Jan.
14, 2006, at Park Meadows
Health and Rehab in Gainesville.
Born in Miami on Dec. 10,
1952, Mrs. Lauer lived in


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worked at the UF zoology
department in the fiscal office.
Mrs. Lauer is survived by: a
daughter Dawn Berg of
Whitefield, N.H.; a brotheiTodd
Brannon of Keystone Heights;
two sisters, Patty Smellen of
Cross Creek and Sharon Sheets of
Gainesville; and two
grandchildren.
Moring Funeral Home of
Melrose was in charge of
arrangements.


Kathleen Austin
LAWTEY Kathleen Linsey
Austin, 65, of Lawtey died
Sunday, Jan. 22, 2006, at Shands
AGH in Gainesville following
an extended illness.
Born in Bluefield, W.Va., Mrs.
Austin moved to Lawtey in
1972. She was a homemaker and
member of Highland Baptist


Born in Greenville on June
25, 1922, Mr. Malphurs moved
to Keystone Heights in 1970
from Jacksonville where he
retired from J.E.A. He was of the
Baptist faith and was a member of
Riverside Lodge #266, American
Legion in Keystone and was a
Merchant Marine.
Mrs. Malphurs is survived by:
his wife of 64 years Gladys
Causey Malphurs of Keystone
Heights; children, Bootsie
Bethune and Raymond V.
Malphurs, both of Jacksonville;
eight grandchildren and five
great-grandchildren..
Funeral services for Mr.
Malphurs will be held at 10 a.m.
on Thursday, Jan. 26, 2006, in
the DeWitt C. Jones Chapel in
. Keystone Heights with, viewing
beginning at 9:30 a.m. Graveside
services.will follow at 2 .p.m. at
Riverside Memorial park in
Jacksonville.


Church. Murray
Mrs. Austin is survived by: her Kenneth Murray
husband Henry Bobby Austin of LAKE GENEVA Kenneth
Lawtey; and a daughter Levonda Arthur Murray, 81, of Lake
Church of Jacksonville. Geneva died Sunday, Dec. 18,
Graveside services for Mrs. 2005, at Shands University of
Austin were Jan. 25, 2006 in Florida.
Lawtey Cemetery with the Rev. Born in Dubois, Pa., Mr.
Bill Clayton officiating.. Murray moved to Lake Geneva
Interment followed under the from Frederick, Md. in 1987. He
care of Archie Tanner Funeral was a automotive salesman and
Home of Starke. member of Keystone Golf and
Country Club.
Mr. Murray is survived by: his
COrdelia Duunn wife Peggy Murray of Lake
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Geneva; two sons, Kenneth A.
Cordelia "Dell" Banham Dunn, Murray Jr. of Gainesville and
88, of Keystone Heights died Michael Wilson of Blythe, Colo.;
Saturday, Jan. 21, 2006, at a daughter Virginia Murray of
Shands AGH in Gainesville Waldo; and a sister Faye Keller of
following a sudden illness. Miami..;
Born in Kenilworth, N.J. on Arrangements. are under the
Aug. 3, 1917, Mrs. Dunn moved care of Moring Funeral Home of
to. Keystone Heights 18 years- Melrose. :,. ,
ago from" Ptinsylvania. She was a
homemaker and member of Park Edward Price
of the Palms Church. wa C
Mrs. .Durnn is-survived'by: her LAKE GENEVA Edward
husband of 61 years John Dunn Evan Price, 93, of Lake Geneva
of Keystone Heights; two sons, died Sunday, Jan. 22,. 2006, at
John David Dunn of Havertown, Shands AGH in Gainesville.'
Pa. and Paul Owen Dunn of Born in Houtzdale, Pa. on-'
Newport Beach, Calif.; a sister June 15, 1912, Mr. Price moved
Ruth Mattlack of Hamiltontown, to Lake Geneva in 1975 from
N.J.; five grandchildren' and' York, Pa. He was a member of
three great grandchildren. Emmanuel Baptist in York and
Funeral services for Mrs. Dunn retired as a laborer in the
will be held at 10:30 a.m. on construction industry. He served.
Friday, Jan. 27, 2006, in Park of in the U.S. Navy during World
the Palms Chapeliwith John War .
Forrest and. Dr.. Donald Mr. Price is survived by: a.nice
Muchmore conducting the Lois M. Bacher of Ramey, Pa. He
services. Interment will follow in was preceded in death by his wife
Keystone Heights Cemetery Lillian JonesPrice in 1996.
under the care of Jones Funeral Private graveside services for
Home of Keystone Heights. Mr. Price will be held. Interment
Viewing will be one hour prior
the services. "WinY ouayIvltWtkhFown (A


Curtis Jones,
STARKE Curtis Odell
"Mutt" Jones, 82, of Starke died
Thursday, Jan. 19, 2006,: at
Macclenny Nursing and Rehab
Center following an extended
illness.
Born in Green Cove Springs,
Mr. Jones was raised in Bradford
County and was a heavy
equipment operator with Owen-
Illinois, retiring in 1986. He was
of the Baptist faith. .
Mr. Jones is survived by: his,
wife Eloise Jones of Starke; seven'
children, Teresa Gainey of Ponte
Vedra, Linda Crites of Crystal
Lake, Cheryl Deese of St.
Augustine, Debbie Rosier and
Ginger Roser, both of Lawtey,
Ernest R. "Dick" Jones of St.
Augustine and Robert W. Jones
of Flora Home; a step-son James
A. Starling of Starke; two step-
daughters, -Janna -Samons. and
Julie Martin, both of Starke; 27
grandchildren and 23 great-
grandchildren.
Funeral services for Mr. Jones
were Jan. 22, 2006 in the Chapel
of Archie Tanner Funeral Home
of Starke with the Rev. Delton
Kilpatrick officiating with
burial in Beulah Baptist Church
' Cemetery. ...

Raymond Malphurs
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS -
Raymond "Lamar" Malphurs,
83, of Keystone Heights died
Monday, Jan. 23, 2006, at
Community Hospice in
Jacksonville following an
extended illness.


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in Brisbin, Pa. Local
arrangements are under the care
of Jones Funeral Home of
Keystone Heights.

Joseph Reed
MELROSE Joseph Richard
Reed, 83, of Melrose died
Monday, Jan. 2, 2006, at his
residence following a brief
illness.
Born in New Castle, Pa. on
May 9, 1922, Mr. Reed moved to
Melrose in 1997 from
Gainesville. He was a member of
Faith Presbyterian Church in
Melrose and was a retired
contractor. He served in the U.S.
Army during World War II.
Mr. Reed is survived by: three
daughters, Diane Reed Schmidt
of Enterprise, Dorian Guyton of
Melrose and Robin Green of
Bennington, Vt.; a son Richard
Dana Reed of Hood, Va.; a sister
Eileen Reed Byers of Enon
Valley, Pa.; and two brothers,
William Reed of Bradenton and
Keith Reed of New Castle.
Memorial services for Mr. Reed
will be held at 5 p.m. on
Saturday, Jan. 28, 2006, in Faith
Presbyterian Church in Melrose.
Interment will follow in Mt.
Jackson Cemetery in
Pennsylvania. Jones Funeral
Home of Keystone Heights is in
charge of local arrangements.
Memorial contributions may
be made to: Guide Dogs for the
Blind, 4210 77th St. East,


Palmetto, FL 34221 or the
charity of your choice.


Judith Boyd
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS -
Judith Nerrow Boyd, 67, of
Keystone Heights passed in
peace with grace and dignity
into the arms of our Lord at her
residence with family by her side
on Sunday, Jan. 22, 2006,
following a courageous struggle
with liver disease.
Born in Hartford, Conn. on
Jan. 12, 1939, Judy moved to
this area in 2001. Judy was a
member of the Methodist faith,
Melrose Woman's Club and a
volunteer at the Keystone Senior
Center. Judy is also retired from
the lab of Dr. Dussia's office in
Tallahassee in 2001. Her high
regard for human respect, her
sense of humor, and kind nature
endeared her to all who knew her.
Judy is survived by: her
daughter Tracy Seymour of
Keystone Heights; a son Robert
Nelson of Dallas, Texas; her
mother Carolyn Brown Nerrow
of Keystone Heights; sisters,
Virginia Wilcox of Grand Isle,
Vt. and Nancy Field of
Wethersfield, Conn.; 12
grandchildren and three great
grandchildren. She was preceded
in death by her husbands Richard
F. Nelson and Edward S. Boyd
and a son Bruce Nelson.
Memorial services for Mrs.
Boyd will be held at 2 p.m. on


Friday, Jan. 27, 2006, in the
DeWitt C. Jones Chapel in
Keystone Heights with Pastor
Rob Morford officiating. Burial
will be in Keystone Heights
Cemetery.
Guests are invited to the Post
Master's Village Clubhouse
following the service for a
celebration of Judy's life.
In lieu of flowers please send
contributions to Community
Hospice of Northeast Florida,
4266 Sunbeam Rd., Jacksonville,
FL 32257.
Arrangements are under the
care of Jones Funeral Home of
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Margie Brown
Whitfield


Margie Whitfield
STARKE Margie Brown
Whitfield, 84, of Starke died
Thursday, Jan. 19, 2006, at
Shands AGH following an
extended illness.
Born in Graham on May 24,
1921, Mrs. Whitfield moved to
Starke in 1989 from Tampa. She
was a homemaker and was of the
Baptist faith.
Ms. Whitfield is survived by: a
daughter Debby Husted of
Starke; a son Robert Whitfield of
Punta Gorda; two sisters, Frances
Keene and Tommie Edison, both
of Tampa; a brother D.O. Brown
of Lawtey; five grandchildren
and one great-grandchild.
Funeral services for Mrs.
Whitfield were Jan. 22, 2006 in
the DeWitt C. Jones Chapel in
Starke with the Rev. James
Cowart and Steve Manning
conducting the services.
Interment followed in Chipola
Cemetery in Altha on Jan. 23,
2006.

Leola Sponholtz
JACKSONVILLE Leola
Norman Sponholtz, 85, of
Jacksonville died Sunday, Jan.
:22, 2006, in Big Bend Hospice
in Tallahassee.
I Born in Lawtey on April 1,
,1920 to Susie Phillips and W.
,Horace Norman, Mrs. Sponholtz
was a 1937 graduate of Bradford
High School. She moved to
Jacksonville in 1937. She
worked for the Duval County
Public School System for almost
20 years in several departments.
She was a member of Garden
View Baptist Church, formerly
Riverview Baptist Church, for
more than 50 years where she
taught Sunday School.
Mrs. Sponholtz is survived by:
.her husband Lester Milton
Sponholtz; two sons, Glen M.
Sponholtz of Tallahassee and
Wayne D. Sponholtz of Keystone
Heights; a daughter Marha G. ,
Reeves of Jacksonville;' eight' '
-grandchildren and numerous'
great- and great-great-
grandchildren.
Funeral services for Mrs.
Sponholtz.will be held at 1 p.m.
on Thursday, Jan. 26, 2006, at
Garden View Baptist Church,
3139 Armsdale Rd. in
Jacksonville with Pastor Doyle
Harper officiating. Interment
will "follow in Riverside
Memorial Park under the care of
Corey-Kerlin Funeral Home of
Jacksonville.
The family will receive friends
from 5-7 p.m. on Wednesday, Jan.
25, 2006, at the funeral home.
Memorial contributions may
be made to Hospice Unit.

SDoris Surface
SVENICE Doris Kempes
'Surface, 89, of Venice died
Friday, Jan. 6, 2006, at The Inn
Assisted Living Facility at Aston
"Gardens in Venice.
Born in Oak Park, Ill. Mrs.,
:Surface graduated magna cum
laude from Oberlin (Ohio)
:College and worked foriHarris
Trust and Savings Bank in
,Chicago. She moved to Raiford
in 1979 with her husband Paul
who taught math and science at
'Florida State Prison.
Mrs. Surface is, survived by:
-Dr. Robert H. Kempes Sr., Dr.'
.Robert H. Kempes Jr., Richard S.
Kempes, Esq., James Alan.
Kempes, Sue Ann Kempes
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Macey Surface on Oct. 23, 2001.
Graveside services for Mrs.
Surface will be held on Saturday.
Jan. 28, 2006, at 2 p.m., ii Sapp
Cemetery with Dr. Robert H.
Kempes Sr. conducting the
services. Burial will follow under
the care of Archie Tanner Funeral
Home of Starke.

Charles Yahrling
GLENDALE, ARIZ. Charles
A. Yahrling, 89, of Glendale,
Ariz. died Monday, Jan. 16,
2006, in Glendale.
Born in Pittsburgh on June 10,
1916, Mr. Yahrling moved to
Glendale in 2005 from Keystone
Heights. He served in the U.S.
Army and worked as a salesman.
He was a member of Keystone
United Methodist Church.
Mr. Yahrling is survived by:
two daughters, Bettelou Watson
of Glendale and Linda Calvert of
Pittsburgh. He was preceded in
death by his wife Helen Yahrling
in 2004.
Funeral services for Mr.
Yahrling were Jan. 23, 2006 in
Keystone Heights United
Methodist Church with Pastor
Jeff Kantz conducting the
services. Interment followed in
Forest Meadows Central
Cemetery in Gainesville under
the care of Jones Funeral Home
of Keystone Heights.

In Memory

In Loving Memory of
Charles A. Jenkins
USN Retired
June 9, 1909- Jan. 28, 1999
A stream can have no ending,
For the ocean never ends.
A path winds on, Though we can't
always see around the bends. Our
view must stop.
Where earth meets the sky.
But both stretch on and on.
We cannot see our loved ones,
Still, we know they are not gone -
For God has promised us a home
Through all eternity.
Where life and love continue
Far beyond what we can see.
I know my loved one
hasfound peace.
Always in my thoughts, Dad,
Not a day passes without
one of you.
Loving you always,
Your daughter Janice

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Thursday, January 26, 20Q6 *


Evolution is a
type of
religion
Dear Editor:
In response to my letter on
intelligent design, a gentleman
implied that those who support
intelligent design were
religious nuts grasping at
straws to discredit the theory
of evolution.
In a major poll in the fall of
2005 on evolution the vast
majority of the American
public either did not believe in
evolution at all or believed
there was some intelligence
guiding the process. Remember
--that Tosrofther have endured
years of public schools
expounding evolution. I
concede, however, to be in the
minority is not necessarily to
be wrong.
The fact that people react so
passionately against any thing
seeking to undermine evolution
shows the theory of evolution
is not based entirely on science
but on a mind set, in fact it is a
type of religion. Those facts
that speak against that theory
or that offer another competing
origin theory are seldom
entertained. More likely they or
their theories are attacked.
Would someone react so
passionately against one
proposing an alternative theory
of, say, economics? I use to
believe most scientists were
open minded in their search for
truth and would never rule out
a logical outcome simply
because it does not conform to
their preconceptions. I could
hardly have been more wrong.
Read what a Harvard geneticist
wrote...(this reasoning is by no
means isolated).
"Our willingness to accept
scientific claims that are
against common sense is the
key to an understanding of the
real struggle between science
and the supernatural. We take
the side of science in spite of
the patent absurdity of some of
its constructs ... in spite of the
tolerance of the scientific
community -for- unsubstantiated
just-so stories. because t.e ha'e


a prior commitment, a
commitment to materialism ...
moreover, that materialism is
absolute, for we cannot allow a
divine foot in the door."
Richard Lewontin, Harvard
Geneticist, "Billions and
Billions of Demons" The New
York Review of Books, Jan.9,
1997, p. 310. Who is grasping
at straws??? Open minded???
Do we have an agenda here???
I ask why the supporters of
the theory react this way? I
believe there are many reasons.
One being that we who battle
against evolution have at times
acted rudely and some have
lack the knowledge for logical
arguments. Another being some
scientists do not want anyone
to tamper with their atheistic
world view. I believe this
reason is secret and may not
even be known to them.
Many believe evolution
because they believe the facts
support it and do not want to
take the risk to question the
Paradigm. Many of these
would rather there would be a
God to add purpose and order
to their lives. Darwin seems to
have been in this latter
category, his observations
compelled him to accept
Evolution as reality. We
should remind ourselves,
though; Darwin did not have
any idea as to the impossibility
of his theory that modern
biochemistry was to uncover in
a little over 150 years.
My antagonist also brings
out the fact that organisms are
not perfect and this some how
says that an intelligence did
not design them. I fail to see
the logic in -this statement.
Could not a designer if he so
wants, design a less than
perfect world? Or, for argument
sake, could not the designer
have been less than all
knowing? Or, as in the
SChristian sense, create a perfect
world that was set on the
course of degth and decay and
violence by man's rebellion?
The scientists behind the
Intelligent Design movement
make no claim to ,who the
designer is: 'they just say there
must be a designer.-.


Page 4B


I am glad that some in the
scientific community are seeing
what most of us have seen for
years. Evolution as envisioned
by Darwin has been dealt a
fatal blow. I am sure it will
live for some time until man's
imagination comes up with
another acceptable atheistic
origin theory.
I stress that to believe in
evolution does not make a
person a bad atheist or a bad
saint. I once myself embraced
the theory to a degree.
I will leave with two quotes
as to the reason I am glad
evolution is at length being
questioned by scientists...
Charles Darwin
"A man who has no assured
and ever-present belief in the
existence of a personal God, or
of a future existence with
retribution and reward, can
have for his rule of life, as far
as I can see, only follow those
impulses and instincts which
are the strongest or which seem
to him the best ones."
The Morality of Evolution,
Charles Darwin in his
Autobiography, Norton, 1958,
pg. 94
Jeffrey Dahmer sadistic
murderer
"If a person doesn't think
there is .a God to be
accountable to, then then
what's -'what's the point of
of trying to modify your
behavior to keep it within
acceptable ranges? I always
believed the theory of
evolution as truth that we all
just came from the slime. When
we died, you know, that was it,
there is nothing..."
Dateline NBC, Interview
with Jeffrey Dahmer and Stone
Phillips, Nov. 29, 1994
Stephen F. Smith
Brooker


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power chair
Dear Editor:
To the fine people at the
Lake Region Monitor, this is
to thank the paper for running
the story about me Russell
Long and to thank Arnie
Harris.
I will never forget the man
for doing such a fine job
writing the nightmare story
which I live every day and
night.
Mr. Harris told me there were
no guaranties that by running
my story it would in any way
help me get the power chair
that I so desperately needed.
But, last week it came out in
the paper.
I first got phone calls from
friends and people I have not
seen for a long time. They said
I was in their prayers.


Rider thanks
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department
Dear Editor:
On Jan. 15, during a
beautiful Sunday ride, one of
our brothers was involved in
an accident that cost him his
life.
The Bradford County fire
department acted in a very


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When Samuel Gompers (1850-
1924) came on the labor scene near
the end of the 19th century, big
industry was riding high in the saddle,
abusing labor with long hours,
difficult working conditions and low
wages. It isn't likely that situation will
recur in -the foreseeable-futuire, but
current news concerning unfunded
pension plans and the discontinuance
of employer-subsidized retirement
plans doesn't bode well for American
workers.
It isn't likely other working
conditions will suffer; Americans
already work more hours per week
than workers in other Western
societies, and other amenities that
have become acceptable as the norm
will continue, but retirement plans
will change and possibly be
discontinued by employers. The
system that will replace' the industry-
funded, or subsidized, pension for
employees is yet'to be determined,
but change it will, and the next
generation may see American society
move even more toward socialization
as workers rely on Social Security for
retirement income.
Generations coming of age 100
years ago didn't have employer-
funded pensions, and when they'
retired they were given a watch and a
handshake and bid farewell. People
had to work as long as they were
physically able and live on savings,
often depending on. their children for
the necessities of life-a system that
penalized every generation, The
Labor movement that began early in
__the_20th century -addressed the issue,
resulting in the pension plans of
today. Unfortunately, those plans
turned out to be excessive and sank
from their own weight.
The excesses aren't confined to
hourly workers, but include
administrative personnel also, whose
"golden parachutes" are unrelated to
workers- benefits. To be fair,
elimination of benefits for workers


must extend into the upper echelons
of business and industry.
Lord Acton (1834-1902) observed
that "Power corrupts, and absolute
power corrupts absolutely." The truth
of this axiom has been demonstrated,
many times. Industry abused labor up
until labor organized and became the
giant of the work place. In time, labor
became all-powerful and took
advantage of its position, reaching its
zenith shortly after World War II. In
recent years, labor's growth has been
in recruiting government workers, but
its membership remains stagnant.
Sears Roebuck at one time was the
Wal-Mart of retail merchants,
reaching into every corner of the
nation with catalogs mailed to every
home and a big-box store in every
population center. It was sacrilegious
to suggest that Sears would ever
decrease in stature, but the impossible
happened, and it was recently bought
by K-Mart, a retailer that was in
bankruptcy a few years ago.
According' to some observers, it
wasn't hourly workers' pension plans
that sunk the Big Store (as it was
sometimes called), but the obscene
compensation granted its white-collar
workers.
But Sears isn't the only casualty of
generosity to employees. Until
recently, who would ever have
thought the century-old General
Motors would fall on hard times? The
world's largest automaker has failed
to fund employee's pensions and the
shortfall exceeds GM's total assets.
Both active workers and retirees have
reason to be concerned because the
solution is yet to be seen.
That there will be a sea change in
workers' compensation and benefits is
certain. The world's "Greatest
Generation," so named by Tom
Brokaw, is also the world's richest
generation in retirement. Its children
may not fair as well.
By Buster Rahn, Editorial Writer


ENROL


IS
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Both Mr. Harris and I agreed
that out there somewhere in the
corner of a bedroom or a garage
sat a power chair that was no
longer needed and someone
would read my story and be
willing to donate it to me. But
due to the fact that I weigh
almost 500 pounds, chances of
someone willing to give away
a power chair that may have
cost $10,000 or more would be
a miracle.
All I could do was keep
hoping someone would call
and say they could help me get
a power chair big enough and
strong enough to carry me.
It was about 2 p.m. on
Tuesday when the phone rang
and a lady asked me if I was
the man that was in the paper
who needed a large power
chair.
This lady's name was Sandra
Woodard. She and her mother
live in Hampton. Her father
died in December and she said
they had a power chair that was
made to carry a very large man.
She said her father weighed


professional yet caring manner
towards Gene and his fellow
riders.
They brought us water while
we were waiting at the Bayless
Baptist Church parking lot.
They offered to bring us food
or whatever we needed. The
church was kind enough to
allow us to use their restrooms.
Some of us are volunteer
firefighters in Baker County
and are so grateful to know
that the small town concern for


Gebhardt and math professor
Bruce Teague were named by
former SFCC students now
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almost 500 pounds and the
chair carried him with no
trouble.
Sandra told me that she and
her mother Rebecca Kinnaird
had tried selling the power
chair but no one wanted it.
When they read about me she
and her mother said let's call
Mr. Long and give it to him.
They said all I needed was to
come to Hampton and pick the
chair up. My wife Sue was
home and said she would go
and get it.
When I first saw the chair, I
cried. Even though the chair
had two other owners, it looks
like new and works fine.
It will help me go to my
doctors and when the 'time
comes it will carry me to
Shands for my GBS operation.
Once again, I'd like to thank
Arnie Harris and the Monitor
and Sandra Woodard and her
mother Rebecca Kinnaird.

Russell and Sue Long
Keystone Heights


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From all of us, we thank you
from the bottom of our hearts.
God bless each of you.
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Starke couple finds their hobby in Snow Country


BY LINDSEY KIRKLAND
Telegraph Staff Writer
When you first walk in the
door, it may appear as if you
have just walked back into
December.
At the Snow Country dance
hall, located on State Road 16
next to Napa Auto Parts, there
are dozens of stuffed snowmen
on tables and behind the
counter. Some sing, some do a
little dance and even talk to
you when you walk in the
door.
"The house if full of them
too," said Lillian Snow, who
owns the business with her
husband Glenn.
At this family-oriented
dance hall, the Snows serve up
plenty of music, food and other
entertainment.
The Snows first got the idea
for a dance hall from their love
of music.
Glenn got his start in music
when he was in the Air Force
and would listen to the Grand
Ole Opry.
He lived in Jacksonville all
of his life except when he was
traveling around playing his
drums and bass, and singing
country music.
Throughout the United
States, he toured and had his
own radio show in California.
With one of Glenn's bands,
called The Country Americans,
he made a record with Capitol
Records. It was named "Made
in the U.S.A.," and this was
also the title track that Glenn
wrote himself.
This record went on to
become somewhat of a hit,
earning him letters of praise
from the United States
Congress and from President
Richard Nixon.
After this success, Glenn
also had another country music
band with a title derived from
his name. It was called Glenn
Snow and The Snowmen.
He eventually settled back in
Jacksonville where he attended
jam sessions every Sunday.
While Glenn was off
traveling the country, Lillian's
life growing up differed
somewhat.
She has lived in Starke for
32 years and likes to work with
animals.-
She helped many children in
FFA and 4-H through the
years. When the time came for
the Bradford-Union County
Fair, she was always there


feeding animals and working
with the club members.
Lillian also owned Triple H
Farm where at'one time she
had more than 30 horses.
Being a self-described
"country girl," she loved
country music as well.
On Sunday, she too went to
jam sessions in Jacksonville.
This is where Lillian
Hannon first met Glenn Snow.
More than a year had
passed, but her husband and
his wife had died only two
weeks apart.
"We never planned on
getting married again," said
Glenn.
After dating a while and
attending those music jam
sessions, the perfect December
romance was formed.
The two were married in
Starke, in what else, but
country style.
There were cowboy boots
filled with flowers and plenty
of country music bands to go
with the reception.
The Snows not only became
partners in life and business,
but this is when they joined
together their love of country
music.
They put together a'CD that


"Glenn Snow sings from the heart" is the title
of Snow's CD he recently recorded in
Nashville. The cover of the album, shown
here, has the title song "Please Come Get
Your Memores," which Lillian wrote for him.


Glenn recorded with Emerald
Records in Nashville. He sang,


and they both wrote some of
the songs. Lillian 'wrote the


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Tessa BreeAnn Caulk

Tessa Caulk
Joseph Caulk and Tiffany
Anderson of Bradford County
announce the birth of their
daughter, Tessa BreeAnn
'Caulk, on Dec. 15, 2005.
Tessa joins a brother Jarrett
Caulk..
Maternal grandparents are
Phil and Debbie Anderson ot6.
Lawtey.
Maternal great-grandparents
are Eugene and Margay
Starling of Jacksonville,
Rudolph Sapp of Starke and
the late Anna Mae Sapp.
Paternal grandparents are
Sherri and Sammy Caulk of
Hampton.
Paternal great-grandmother
is Mary Peeples of Hampton.


Dylan Zachery Lane


Dylan Lane
Ashley and Lemule Lane of
Lake Butler announce the birth
of their son, Dylan Zachery
Lane, on Jan. 11, 2006.
Dylan weighed 6 pounds, 11
ounces and measured 18'/2
inches in length'. He joins a
brother Dalton Alvin Lane.
Grandparent- arc Sc c acfd'a
Marlene Lane and Jim and
Karen Wring of Lake Butler.
Great-grandparents are
Betty Clemons of Lake Butler,
Ann Wring of Interlachen,
Ruth Lindsey of Gainesville
and Alvin and Jenny Lane of
Lake Butler.
Birth announcements are considered
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Harley Renee Smith


Harley Smith
Chuck and Renee Smith of
Starke announce the birth 6f
their daughter, Harley Rene6
Smith, on Nov. 14, 2005.
Harley weighed 5 pounds,
14 ounces and measured 19
inches in length. He joins a
brother Hunter Smith
klaji.rnal grandparents are
Stuart Parker of Lawtey'and
Mike and Dianne McFarland
of Starke.
Maternal great-grandparents
are Fate and Mary Harper of
Graham.
Paternal grandparents are
Thad and Linda Smith of
Starke.
Paternal great-grandparent is
Nellie Smith of Georgia.


title song, "Please Come Get
Your Memories."
Because of the CD, Glenn
earned an EIA award for the
traditional male country
entertainer of 2005.
This venture took time and
effort, and they put this same
amount' of energy into their
business.
Glenn said, "I've always
wanted to open up a place like
this."
The only problem was he
had to wait for the right
opportunity. It came when the
Snows got married.
The two needed a place to
live, but they also wanted to
open up a dance hall. The
found their home on a property
with an old building that used
to be a rug shop.
"This place was a dump
when we got it," Glenn said.
For more than six months,
they worked together to repair
the building to create Snow
Country. They added
bathrooms, a dance floor,
sound equipment, lighting,
posters and other decorations.
"We felt Starke needed a


place like this," Glenn said.
Snow Country has been
open for approximately a year
and a half now. Currently, it is
only open on Saturday night.
The Snows charge $3 for
singles and $5 for couples.
Drinks and snacks are
available as well.
But in this establishment,
you won't find any alcohol.
"I've played in bars all my
life...in some dives and in
some good places," Glen said.
"I don't want to play in any
more bars."
For this reason, and to keep
Snow Country tailored for the
whole family, no alcohol is
allowed.
Lillian said, '"Some people
around don't want to come to a
place with alcohol."
"You can bring your
children or your grandmother
here," she said.
Glenn described the club as
having "good country music,"
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3 arrested
for Clay home
burglary
Three Keystone Heights men
were charged Jan 20 following
an investigation into a home
burglary on Jan. 4.
Justin Scott Pate, 24,
Michael Antro Drummond, 19,
and Carlito David Hernandez,
20, were arrested by Det. R.
Smith for grand theft and
burglary. The three entered a
home on Baylor Avenue on
Jan. 4 through an unsecured
door at 9 a.m., Det. Smith
said. Once inside the home the
three removed $475 in
currency, a Sony DVD player,
a Dell computer, a scanner and
a 32-inch TV. Total value of
the theft was $1,150.
The home owner returned a
few days later and filed a report
of the missing items, Det.
Smith said.
The three men each gave
variations their involvement in
the theft but all admitted to
being there, Det. Smith said.
Pate, Drummond and
Hernandez were placed in the
custody of the Clay county
Jail.
Pate was additionally charged
domestic battery related to a
prior incident.
Fort White
man charged
DUI in Union
Ricky Wayne Todd, 48, of
Ft. White was arrested Jan. 22
by Deputy Kevin Dice for
driving under the influence and
disorderly intoxication.
Deputies responding to a call of
a intoxicated subject at the
Double Deuce Bar, observed a
Chevrolet truck, driven by
Todd, leaving the bar.
The driver of the vehicle
appeared to be impaired as he
veered off the right-of-way,
missing an intersection at S.R.
100, Deputy Dice said.
A traffic stop was initiated
and Todd smelled strongly of an
alcoholic beverage. His eyes
were glassy and watery, Deputy
Dice said. Two bottles of vodka
were found in the truck and
Todd was placed under arrest.
He. refused to submit to the
breathalyzer.
aReporsofPoqdd havifig made
threatennr / aild harassing:
telephone calls to an individual
were investigated'and Todd was
additionally charged, Deputy
Dice said;

Crash victim
identified
A second victim involved in
the Jan. 14 fatal crash in Union
County has been identified as
William Flanagan, 49, of
Cincinnati.
Flanagan was a passenger in
a vehicle driven by Bobby Todd
that struck a patrol car driven
by Deputy James Lee. Both
vehicles caught fire on impact.
Deputy Lee was pulled from
the patrol car by Deputy Ken
Smith. Todd and Flanagan died
in their vehicle.
Flanagan had apparently been
staying in Georgia where heq
and Todd got together and drove
to Florida, according to Sheriff
Jerry Whitehead. Following
some sort of altercation at a
Lake Butler residence with
deputies being called, Todd and


Flanagan fled, which led to
their being pursued by Deputy
Lee. Drugs were a factor in the
altercation and chase, Sheriff
Whitehead said.

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:
Paul Arthur Smith, 57, of
Starke was arrested Jan. 22 by
Bradford Deputy Joseph Jones
for domestic battery. Smith is
charged with striking the
victim in the face with his
open hand, causing redness,
Deputy Jones said.
Kenneth Scott Black, 24, of
West Columbia, S.C. was
arrested Jan. 21 by Starke Sgt.
Richard Crews for possession
of cocaine and possession of
prescription medication without
prescription. Black was a
passenger in a vehicle that was
traffic stopped. He had placed
cocaine and several Zoloft and
Tramadol pills in the glove
box, Sgt. Crews said. A
$15,000 surety bond was
posted for his release from
custody.
Veronica Williams Jenkins,
27, of Starke was arrested Jan.
21 by Starke Officer J.W.
Hooper for child abuse.
Jenkins is charged with striking
her child in his face, causing
swelling and bruising. Jenkins
was released from custody after
a $15,000 surety bond was
posted.
Arthur Ragsdale, 56, of
Indian Rocks Beach was
arrested Jan. 22 by Officer
Hooper for possession of
cannabis and possession of drug
paraphernalia. He was released
after a $2,000 surety bond was
posted.


were released from custody after
$15,000 surety bonds were
posted.
David Alan Tomlinson, 44,
of Raiford was charged Jan. 17
by Union Sgt. Raymond
Shuford with domestic battery.
Tomlinson is charged with
choking the victim and
throwing her into a wall after
busting into her home, Sgt.
Shuford said. He then fled the
scene and was charged by sworn
complaint. He was located and
arrested later that day on a
charge of felony battery, Sgt.
Shuford said.
Timothy- Wayne Chastain,
19, of Starke was arrested Jan.
22 by Starke Officer Danny
Brown for violation of
probation possession of drug
paraphernalia and failure to
appear theft from Alachua
County. Bond was set at
$2,000.
Adam Shelton Rosier, 34, of
Lawtey was arrested Jan. 22 by
Deputy Jones on a warrant for
felony battery. A $20,000
surety bond was posted for his
release from custody.
David Wayne Adams, 35, of
Starke was arrested Jan. 20 by
Deputy Watkins for failure to
appear issuing 'worthless
checks. He was released after a
$2,000 surety bond was posted.
Velma J. Covington, 49, of
Starke was arrested Jan. 20 by
Deputy Watkins for failure to
appear possession of drug
paraphernalia. Bond was set at
$5,000 .
Elizabeth Howell, 38, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Jan. 22 by Clay deputies on a
warrant for failure to appear.
Tonia Ann Tipton, 35, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Jan. 21 by Clay Deputy R6bert
Dews on a warrant for grand
theft from Alachua, Courity.
Bond was set at $5,000.
Leon Knight, 30, of


Gainesville was arrested Jan. 17
Seane D,. Bennett,. 44, of by Bradford deputies for failure
Kirkwood, 'N.Y. and Peter to appear to pay civil penalty
Hess, 46, of Moravia, N.Y. with bond set at $2,000.
were arrested Jan. 20 by Sgt. Knight was also charged on a
Crews for possession of more warrant from Clay County for
than 20 grams of cannabis and grand, theft. Bond was set at
possession 6of drug- $15,003 on that charge.
paraphernalia. A search- was"
made during a traffic stop that
produced approximately 46.6 Perry Navarro, 19, of Brooker
grams of marijuana, rolling was arrested Jan. 19 by Brooker
papers, a pipe with residue, Marshal Tommy Raulerson on
several burnt butts of marijuana warrants for failure to appear
cigarettes and hemostats, Sgt. worthless checks. Total bond
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Starke Officer Paul King for
failure to appear criminal
mischief. Bond was set at
$2,000 on each charge. The
couple was released on their
own recognizance by Judge
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Kelli Hatcher, 30, of Starke
was arrested Jan. 17 by Lawtey
officers for failure to appear
disorderly conduct. Bond was
set at $171.25.
Michael Massey, 21, of
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Starke Sgt. Robert Melton on a
warrant from Union County for
failure to appear and violation
of probation criminal mischief.
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Bradford capias for fraud. She
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Steven Richard Rollins, 38,
of Worthington Springs was
arrested Jan. 18 by Union
Captain Garry Seay on a writ
of contempt of court for failure
to pay child support. Rollins
may purge by paying $2,140.
Shawnetta Roberta Mann,
`34, was arrested Jan. 23 by
Union Deputy Robert T.
Manning on a warrant from,
Piatt County Ill. for failure to
appear.
Martha Norman, 43, of Lake
Butler was arrested Jan. 17 by
Lt. Tomlinson on a capias for
forgery. Bond was set at
$5,000.


Terry R. Crawford, 23, of
Hampton. s, arrested-, .j05 I


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Williams on a warrant for
possession of a controlled
substance and possession of
drug paraphernalia. Total bond
was set at $20,000.
Garry Lee Moody, 48, of
High Springs was arrested Jan.
18 by Alachua Deputy C.
Sadbury on a Bradford warrant
for failure to appear for
possession of cannabis. Bond
was set at $3,000.
Danielle Lowe, 21, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Jan. 23 by Clay deputies on
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Mark McGovern, 20, of
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SNOW
Continued from p., 5B

entertainment, too.
Musicians'and singers can
perform anytime they want.
Glenn and The Snowmen sing
every Saturday when there is
riot another act scheduled..
There have been youth rock
bands, cloggers, an Elvis
Presley impersonator and even
a comedian or two. Last


Saturday, "Blue Shades of
Grass," a bluegrass band,
played at Snow Country.
The Snows have
entertainment planned for the
future too.
In a couple of months, they
hope to host a karaoke contest
with prizes up to $300 and a
chance to sing at the annual
Strawberry Festival. The
Snows said they were very
appreciative of radio host
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Skidmore from the North
Florida Regional Chamber of


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support and helping with this
event.
With Glenn and his band's
experience in Nashville, they
might also'get Jeff Cook from
the band Alabama to perform
sometime soon.
The Snows have high hopes
for the future of their dance
club, but they said they would
just appreciate if people would
come and enjoy the music.
"You've got to love it,"
Glenn said. "You can't do it
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BC wrestlers defeat Jackson in home match


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
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Crash reports
for Union,
Bradford
Multiple vehicle crashes,
fires and sick 'people kept
:.emergency. personnel-and- law
_enforcement officers busy the
-past week. Fortunately, there
were no fatalities involved.
On Jan. 23, just after
midnight, a 1994 SUV was
southbound on S.R. 121. The
SUV turned left at C.R. 229,
travelled onto the eastbound
shoulder and struck a large
utility pole, according to
Florida Highway Patrol
,Trooper M.D. Childress. The
SUV, driven by Stacy Young,
23, of Starke, sustained $3,500
in damages. Young received
minor injuries. She was
transported by Union County
Rescue to Lake Butler Hospital
for treatment, Trooper
Childress said. The three
children in the vehicle were not
injured. Young was cited for
improper left turn and no
seatbelt. Florida Power and
Light responded to replace the
utility pole. Total property
damage was $5,000.
...Qn, Jan. 2.1. at 5,:30 a.m. .on
Northeast 204th Street south of


Lawtey, a 1997 Chevrolet
SUV, driven by Tojaun T.
Smith, made an errant right
turn at a marked CSX railroad
crossing, according to Trooper
Childress. The SUV became
stuck between the' north and
southbound tracks. Smith left
the vehicle to seek help,
Trooper Childress said. A CSX
locomotive pulling 104 cars
was northbound, travelling at
approximately 47 miles per
hour, when it struck the SUV.
Smith, 29, of Jacksonville-
was charged with careless
driving. Total damages were
$8,500. There were no injuries
in the crash.
On Jan. 18 just after
midnight, a 1999 Ford SUV
rolled over on C.R. 221 south
of Hampton. The vehicle ran
off the side of the roadway,
striking a culvert before
overturning, Deputy Robert
Lyons said. The driver of the
SUV, Daniel Bresee, 19, left
the vehicle, but was later
located, according to Deputy .
Lyons. Bresee was charged with
careless driving, no valid
driver's license and leaving the
scene of an accident. Bresee and
passenger Michael Shields of
Brooker received minor injuries
in the crash, Deputy Lyons
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home Jan. 21
The mobile home of the
Wise family on S.R. 100 in
Theressa was lost to fire late
Saturday afternoon.
There were no injuries in the
fire, which was accidental,
according to State Fire Marshal
Det. Andy Redding. The fire
appear to be electrical, starting
in a wall on the back side of
the home before spreading
around 4 p.m. The home is a
total loss, Det. Redding said.
Donnie, Carol, Heather and
Haley Wise were not at home
at the time of the fire.
Responding units were
Theressa and Hampton
volunteer fire units and Clay
Fire and Rescue. Credit was
given to Theressa for its quick
suppression efforts and to
Molly, the canine, who
eliminated the possibility of an
accelerant.

BC Jaguars to
meet Feb. 20
The Bradford -County-
7Taguars will hold another
meeting for Pop Warner
football on Monday, Feb. 20 at
6 p.m. at the Bradford County
Fairgrounds. Anyone
interested should attend.
For more information,
contact Joe Gorden or Rodney
Moseley at (904) 368-0273.


The Bradford County ,
Telegraph will include a
special section in the
Feb. 23 publication saluting
Shands Starke.

This special section will
highlight the past and


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the doctors and much more.

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This 1991 Ford pickup truck, driven by Joseph
B. Thornton, caught fire after crashing into a
ditch and trees Jan. 20 on C.R. 235. Florida
Highway Patrol Trooper Lovett stated he
received the call at 2:23 p.m. Thornton, 35, of
Lake Butler was entrapped in the truck. He
was transported to C.R. 229 where he was air
lifted to Shands. Details of his condition were
unavailable as of press time.


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Section C: Thursday, January 26, 2006 Telegraph Times Monitor




Time nearing for UCHS' Spiller to make a decision


Union County's
standout running
back plans to
announce his college
choicee Feb. 1

BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
C.J.-Spiller, like many of his
yellow senior classmates at
Jnion County High School,
vill go off to college after
xaduation.
What makes Spiller different
rom his classmates, however,
s that there is a lot of
peculation by people who
lon't even know him about
here he will end up going. '..
Spiller, who will play
football in college, has
narrowed his choices to
Nlemson, Florida, Florida
itate, Miami and Southern
,al. Most fans of those teams
iave an opinion on where the
running back is going or they
ook for signs they believe are
in indication of where he will
'nd up.
A readers' poll The
3ainesville Sun ran recently
lad more than 50 percent of
esponders indicating they
bought Spiller would go to
JF.
Another opinion seems to be
hat Spiller would not go to
JSC, even with the departure
)f Reggie Bush, because the
school is so far from home.
Many people believe FSU
vill be his choice because the
$eminoles have been
rcruiting him for two years.
Nlus, Spiller has grown up as a
an of FSU.



Bowden,

Meyer visit

Bradford

Terrace

BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
"We've had our 15 minutes
of fame."
That comment was uttered
by an employee at Bradford
Terrace Jan. 23, but the
proverbial 15 minutes arrived
again the following day when
University of Florida coach
Urban Meyer showed up at the
Starke nursing home.
Meyer's visit came on the
heels of a visit from Florida
State coach Bobby Bowden.
Both coaches were in--town
visiting with Bradford Terrace
employee Patricia Watkins, the
mother of Union High School
senior C.J. Spiller, who is
being recruited by both FSU
and UP.
The visits caused quite a stir
as employees waited patiently
for the coaches' autographs or
to pose for pictures with them.
Bowden, who was
accompanied by defensive line
coach Jody Allen, said he has
long since gotten used to such
attention, which follows him
wherever he goes. He talked of
a recent visit he made to the
job site of another recruit's
mother that took up a good
chunk of time.
"I ended up signing for two
hours," Bowden said. "I mean
it was nonstop."
Meyer, who.is still relatively
new to the kind of-mania that
surrounds the UF program,
said taking the time to sign
autographs and pose for
pictures is just a part of the job
of coaching-football- at UF-a
part of the job he and his staff
willingly accepted.
"I think it just shows you
how powerful the University
of Florida is," said Meyer, who
also had running backs coach
Stan Drayton at his side.
Bradford Terrace employees
seemed to constantly be
trickling in and out of the
facility's conference room
during Bowden's visit. Some
employees appeared to be
nervous about approaching the
Coaching icon, while others
had no problem throwing their
arms around him and talking
FSU football.
One employee seemed
- apologetic as she told Bowden
she hoped he didn't mind


"I'm really not leaning
toward FSU," Spiller said.
"That's the team I grew up
liking, so of course (people
are) going to think I'm going


to go there, but I really don't
have any favorites right now."
Spiller's mother, Patricia
Watkins, said it's a fact her
son has no idea yet where he's


going, even though National
Signing Day (Feb. 1) is right
around the corner.
"When he says he doesn't
know, it'-s the honest-to-God


truth," Watkins said.
The last couple of weeks
have been hectic for Spiller.
He has taken official visits to
Clemson, Florida and Miami


during that time and was
visited by Clemson coach
Tommy Bowden, Florida
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Area football players

SU 1 experience win in Shrine Bowl


Florida State head football coach Bobby Bowden signs autographs and chats with
Shoney Rodriguez (far left), the medical records director at Bradford Terrace.
Seated by Bowden is Patricia Watkins, the mother of recruit C.J. Spiller.


VISIT
Continued from p. 1C

having to sign so many
autographs.
"I .don't mind, as long as
y'all don't send me a bill,"
Bowden replied. -
The scene Jan. 24 during
Meyer's visit was a little bit
different as a long line of
employees trailed out of the
conference room. People
seemed to be more prepared
that day as they had all kinds
of UF paraphernalia-in hand
for the head Gator to sign.
James Ferguson, the lead
cook in the dietary department,
was wearing a UF T-shirt and
holding a football for Meyer to
sign.
"I'm really excited," said
Ferguson, who has been a
lifelong UF fan.
An occupational therapist,
taking note of how many items
Meyer was signing, asked the
coach, "Do you need a hand
massage? Just come to the OT
department."
Meyer, who just wrapped up
his inaugural year at UF,
showed he is still learning
about the state of Florida,
asking where Lake Butler was
in relation to Starke.
Bowden, on the other hand,
reminisced about visiting
Starke arid former Bradford,
High Scho.ol head. coach David
Hurse after becomifing an
assistant coach at FSU in 1963.
This area was part of his
recruiting responsibilities.
Visiting Starke, Lake Butler
and other rural areas is a joy,
Bowden said.


James
Ferguson, a
lifelong
Gator, waits
to get his
football
signed by
Urban Meyer


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"Everybody's close anc
friendly," he said.
Bradford Terrace was not
the only destination for the
coaches. Bowden and Allen
went to Watkins' home to visil
with Spiller, while Meyer and
Drayton attended Tuesday's
Union County boys basketball
game (Spiller is on the team).
Bowden's son Tommy, who is
the head coach at Clemson,
was at Spiller's. hp, the night
of Jan. 22. '
It's,all part of-an effort to
sway Spiller before National
Signing Day (Feb. 1). Spiller,
who has narrowed .his college
choices to Clemson, Florida,
Florida State, Miami and
Southern Cal, will not make a
decision until then.


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BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Seven seniors from
Bradford, Keystone Heights
and Union County high
schools participated in a
thrilling 16-14 South win over
the North team in the 17th
annual Florida Shrine Bowl
all-star football game, which
was played Jan. 21 at Orange
Park High School.
Bradford's Shauntell Carter
(linebacker) and James
Jamison (running back),
Keystone's Lans Hardin
(defensive lineman) and
Michael Williams (defensive
back) and Union's Kasey
Nobles (tight end), Brendan
Odom (linebacker) and Willie
Oliver (defensive lineman)
experienced victory as the
South team rallied to take the
lead with 1:07 left to play in
the game.
The North team had little
success offensively in the third
quarter, gaining just 33 yards.
S However, the team gained 120
yards in the final period.
North quarterback Chris
Simon, of First Coast High
School, completed a 31-yard
pass to Englewood running
back Vishua Gissett on a third-
down play to keep a drive alive
late in the game. Simon later
came through again with an 8-
yard completion to Wolfson's
, Andre Kohn on fourth-and-7.
Simon would complete two
more passes on the drive,
including a 25-yard touchdown
pass to Fernandina. Beach's
Marcus Johnson with 1:35 left
in the game.
The PAT put the North up
14-10.
The South team, however,


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Ridgeview running back Joe
Everett took a pass from Clay
quarterback Damon Pifer over
the middle, splitting two
defenders who would wind up
colliding with each other and
taking it the distance for an 80-
yard touchdown.
Bartram Trail defensive
back Joel Raggins sealed the
South victory when he


intercepted a Simon pass on
the ensuing drive.
In all, the South defense,
which Union head coach
Buddy Nobles helped coach,
had six interceptions.
Bradford's Carter had the first
of those in the first quarter.
That pick, which Carter
returned 19 yards, ended a
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Keystone Heights won the District 5-3A girls soccer championship by defeating
Interlachen 5-0. The team is comprised of: (front row, from left) Kaiti Thompson,
Brittany Sabo, Rachel Crane, (middle row) Noel Crane, Cecilie Shealy, Crystal Hall,
Amy Ekenbarger, Jhoneka Foster, Jamie Turner, Emily Jones, (back row) Noel
Bartley, Katie McCollum, Jessica Miller, Julie Campbell, Tysee Williams, Michelle
Houser, Chelsea Hamlet, Farren Fahm and head coach David McCollum.



Keystone wins district title


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph- Staff Writer
Both defenses proved to be
stingy.
The only difference was
Keystone Heights' defense
pretty much kept Interlachen
from crossing midfield, While
the Rams were constantly
having to fend off Keystone
shots in and around the goal
box.
In the end, the Indians
created too many good
opportunities for themselves,
leading to a 5-0 win, which
gave Keystone the District 5
championship.
Rachel Crane scored two
first-half goals as the Indians
(14-5) won their second
district title in three years.
Keystone did not lose a. match
against district competition
this year. That includes taking
9-1 and 5-1 'wins over
Interlachen during the season.
Keystone will --now host
Mount Dora, the District 6
runner-up, in a Region 2-Class
3A quarterfinal match; on- ,
Thursday, Jan. 26, at 7 p.m.,
The winner of that match will
play either Lake Highland Prep
or Mullberry Tuesday, Jan. 31,
in the regional semifinals.
If Keystone advances to the
semifinals, it will host
Tuesday's match regardless of
who advances out of the other.
bracket.
Interlachen (5-8-4) will


travel to play District 6
champion Ocala Trinity
Catholic in the quarterfinals.
The Indians were on the
attack from the get-go against
Interlachen. Crane had a good
look at the net just five
minutes into the match, but her
shot was just wide of its mark.
Not two minutes later, Crane
did find the mark, putting a
corner kick from Katie
McCollum past Interlachen
goalie Rachel Smith for a 1-0
lead.
Keystone had several missed
opportunities in the half, but
did manage to score twice
more for a 3-0 halftime lead.
Julie Campbell put the
second goal on the board when
she sent a long shot drifting
into the net in the 15' minute.
Crane had the third when she
scored off an assist from
Brittany Sabo in the 37th
minute.
Interlachen's Smith made
several saves in the second
half, finishing the match with
16, but the Indians managed to
put two more scores on the
board. Kaiti Thompson slipped
a shot past. Smith into the
corner of the net in the 62nd
minute. McCollum then picked
up her second assist of the
match, feeding Tysee Williams
for a goal with three minutes
remaining in the match.
Keystone put itself into the
district championship match
by defeating Crescent City 8-0


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Crane had four goals in the
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goal each from McCollum,
Sabo, Thompson and
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LEGALS
V
NOTICE OF PUBLIC
HEARINGS
CONCERNING
AMENDMENTS TO THE
BRADFORD COUNTY LAND
DEVELOPMENT
REGULATIONS
BY THE PLANNING AND ZONING
BOARD OF BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA, SERVING ALSO AS THE
LOCAL PLANNING AGENCY OF.
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that,
pursuant to Sections 163.3161
through 163.3215, Florida Statutes,
as amended, and the Bradford County
Land Development Regulations, as
amended, hereinafter referred to as
the Land Development Regulations,
.objections, recommendations and
comments concerning amendments,
as described below, will be heard by
the Planning and Zoning Board of
Bradford County, Florida, serving
also as the Local Planning Agency of
Bradford County, Florida, at public
hearings on February 6, 2006 at 6:00
p.m., or as soon thereafter as the
matters can .be heard, in the.County:'
Commission Meeting Room, County
Courthouse located at 945 North
Temple Avenue, Starke, Florida.
(1) LDR 05-3 an application by the
Board of County Commissioners, to
amend the text of the Land
Development Regulations by
amending Section 2.1, definition of
Automobile Wrecking or Automobile
Wrecking Yard by defining
automobile wrecking and automobile
wrecking yard and clarifying that it
does not include temporary storage of
vehicles transported to the site by tow
truck and which are awaiting repair;
and by amending Section 4.17.4,
Special Exceptions, for an Industrial
(I) Zoning district to require.
automobile wrecking or automobile
wrecking .yard to install an opaque
fence or wall buffer, meet minimum
setbacks and not be located within a
Flood Zone A or AE area.
(2) LDR 05-4 an application by the
Board of County Commissioners, to
amend the text of the Land
Development Regulations by
amending Section 2.1 Definitions to
add a new definition of Industrial
zoning district and nonconforming
wrecking yard; amending Section
2.3.5 Non-conforming Use of
Structures and Premises by
.discontinuing the non-conforming
status of a wrecking yard at the time
the use ceases; and adding a new
Section 4.2.37 Non-cgnforming
Wrecking Yards which establishes
regulations for nonconforming
wrecking yards that require they be
enclosed by an eight foot opaque.
fence, wall or landscape buffer and
not allow galvanized metal fencing,
/require landscaping with 80 percent
opacity along roadways in lieu of
fencing, a 50 foot setback from


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federal, state or county roads, and a
25 foot setback from contiguous
property lines.
(3) LDR 06-1 an application by the
Board of County Commissioners, to
amend the text of the Land
Development Regulations by
amending Section 4.8.4, entitled
Prohibited Uses and Structures in
Residential, Single Family (RSF)
zoning districts, deleting the keeping
of horses; and by amending Section
4.8.5, entitled Special Exceptions, in
Residential, Single Family (RSF)
zoning districts, adding equine
activities and related facilities; and by
amending Section 4.9.4, entitled
Prohibited Uses and Structures, in
SResidential,(Mixed) Single Family/
Mobile Home (RSF/MH) zoning
districts, deleting the keeping of
horses; and by amending Section
4.9.5, entitled Special Exceptions, in
Residential,(Mixed) Single Family/
Mobile Home (RSF/MH) zoning
districts, adding equine activities and
related facilities; and by amending
Section 4.10.4, entitled Prohibited
Uses and Structures, in Residential,
Mobile Home (RMH) zoning
districts, deleting the keeping of
horses; and by amending Section
4.10.5, entitled Special Exceptions, in
Residential, Mobile Home (RMH)
zoning districts, adding equine
activities and related facilities.
The public hearings may be
continued to one or more future dates.
Any interested party shall be advised
that the date, time and place of any
continuation of the public hearings
shall be announced during the public
hearings and that no further notices
concerning the matters will be
published, unless said continuations
exceeds six calendar weeks from the
date of the above referenced public
hearings.
At the aforementioned public
hearings, all interested parties may
appear to be heard with respect to the
amendments.
Copies of the amendments are
available for public inspection at the
Office of the Director of Zoning,
County Courthouse located 4t 945
North Temple Avenue, North Wing,
Starke, Florida, during regular
business hours.
All persons are advised that if they
decide to appeal any decision made
at the above referenced public
hearings, they will need a record of
the proceedings, and that, for such
purpose, they may need to ensure
that a verbatim record of the
proceedings is made, which record
includes the testimony and evidence
upon which the appeal is to be based.
1/26 1tchg.
NOTICE OF PUBLIC
HEARINGS
CONCERNING
AMENDMENTS TO THE
BRADFORD COUNTY
COMPREHENSIVE PLAN
BY THE PLANNING AND ZONING
BOARD OF BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA, SERVING ALSO AS THE
LOCAL PLANNING AGENCY OF
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that,
pursuant to Sections 163.3161
through 163.3215, Florida Statutes,
as amended, and the Bradford County
Land Development Regulations, as
amended, hereinafter referred to as
the Land Development Regulations,
objections,, recommendations .,and .
comments concerning amendments,
as described below, will be heard by
the Planning and Zoning Board of
Bradford County, Florida, serving
also as the Local Planning Agency of
Bradford County, Florida, at public
hearings on February 6,2006 at 6:00
p.m., or as soon thereafter as the
matters can be heard, in the County
Commission Meeting,Room, County
Courthouse located at 945 North
Temple Avenue, Starke, Florida.
(1) R 051216 A, an application by the
board of County Commissioners, to
amend the Future Land Use Plan
Map of the Comprehensive Plan by
changing the future land use
classification from AGRICULTURE-
2 (less than or equal to 1 dwelling unit
per 5 acres) to RESIDENTIAL, LOW
DENSITY (less than or equal to 2
dwelling units per acre) on property
described, as follows:
A parcel of land lying within Section
1, Township 8 South, Range 22 East,
Bradford County, Florida., Being more
particularly described, as follows:
The South 1/2 of the South 1/2 of said
Section 1. less the right-of-way of
State Road 100, County Road 18,
Southeast 71st Street, Southeast 72nd
Street, Southeast 73rd Street,
Southeast 2nd Place, Southeast 4th


Avenue, Southeast 5th Avenue,
Southeast 7th Avenue and Southeast
10th Avenue.
Containing 160.00 acres, more or
less.
(2) S 051206 A, an application by
Gregory N. and Suzanne H.
Borganelli, to amend the Future Land
Use Plan Map of the Comprehensive
Plan by changing the future land use
classification from AGRICULTURE-
2 (less than or equal to 1 dwelling unit
per 5 acres of land) to
COMMERCIAL on property
described, as follows:
A parcel of land lying within Section
36, Township 8 South, Range 22
East, Bradford County, Florida. Being
more particularly described, as
follows: Commence at the Northwest
comer of Lot 9 of Indian Beach Unit 3;
thence South 80E57'55" East along
the North line thereof a distance of
1,344.37 feet; thence South 13E54'58"
East 137.61 feet to the North line of
Lot 10 of said Indian Beach Unit 3;
thence South 81 EO'00" East along
said North line of Lot 10 of Indian
Beach Unit 3 a distance of 153.07 feet
to the Point of Beginning; thence
continue South 81 EOO'00" East along
said North line of Lot 10 of Indian
Beach Unit 3 a distance of 159.73
feet; thence South 18E02'14" East
313.26 feet; thence North 71 E17'30"
East 216.72 feet to the Westerly right-
of-way line of State Road 21; thence
Southeasterly along said Westerly
right-of-way line of State Road 21
with a curve concave Northeasterly,
said curve having a central angle of
05E19'56", a radius of 3,895.70 feet,
.an arc length of 362.55 feet, a tangent
distance of 181.41 feet, and a chord
and distance of South 20E26'18" East
362.42 feet; thence South 23E06'16"
East along said Westerly right-of-
way line of State Road 21 a distance
of 103.08 feet; thence North
54E36'20" West 70.42 feet; thence
North 73E04'41" West 75.70 feet;
thence North 85E11'07" West 66.02;
South 89E46'10" West 71.70 feet;
South 89E07'05" West 74.46 feet;
thence North 88E08'35" West 71.93
feet; thence North 67E20'54" West
80.00 feet; thence North 59E02'22"
West 83.65 feet; thence North
37E43'22" West 82.39 feet; thence
North 16E06'58" West 84.02 feet;
thence North 09E16'21" East 82.90
feet; thence North 18E53'13" East
84.16 feet; thence North 06E20'28"
East 81.95 feet; thence' North
,08E23'36" West 71.32 feet; thence
North 21 E33'58" West 91.35 feet to
the Point of Beginning.
Containing 4.85 acres, more or less.
AND
A parcel of land lying within Section
36, Township 8 South, Range 22
East, Bradford County, Florida. Being
more particularly described, as
follows: Commence at the Southeast
comer of Lot 11, Indian Beach Unit 3;
thence North 81 E02'21" West 285.75
feet; thence North 51E19'02" East
77.98 feet; thence North 39E15'17"
East 71.07 feet; thence North
15E25'08 East 67.92 feet; thence
North 02E22'17" West 75.36 feet;
thence North 09E14'20" West 81.36
feet; thence North 15E58'56" West
128.04 feet to the Southwesterly right-
of-way line of State Road 21; thence
South 23E06'16" East 197.75 feet;
thence Southeasterly along said
Southwesterly right-of-way line of
State Road 21 with a curve concave
Southwesterly, said curve'having a
'bential anglelofOOE 17'06", a radius of
67,930.75 feet, an arc length of 337.90
feet, a tangent distance of 168.95'feet,
and a chord bearing and distance of
South 22E57'43" East 337.90 feet to
the Point of Beginning.
Containing .87 acre, more or less.
All said lands containing 5.72 acres,
more or less. .
(3) S 060104 A, an application by Earl
D. and Shirley M. York, to amend the
Future Land Use Plan Map of the
Comprehensive Plan by changing the
future land use classification from
AGRICULTURE-2 (less than or
equal to 1 dwelling unit per 5 acres of
land) to COMMERCIAL on property
described, as follows:
A parcel of land lying within Section
7, Township 7 South, Range 22 East,
Bradford County, Florida. Being more.
particularly described, as follows:
Commence at the Southwest comer
of the East 1/2 of the Southeast 1/4 of
the Southwest 1/4 of said Section 7
for the Point of Beginning; thence in a
Northerly direction along the
Westerly boundary of the East 1/2 of
the Southeast 1/4 of the Southwest 1/4
of said Section 7 a distance of 150.00
feet; thence in an Easterly direction
and parallel to the Southerly boundary
of said Section 7 a distance of 770.24
to the Westerly boundary of the right-


of-way line of U.S. H-ighway 301
(State Road 200); thence in a
Southerly direction along said
Westerly boundary of the right-of-
way line of U.S. Highway 301 (State
Road 200) a distance of 157.07 feet to
the Southerly boundary of said
Section 7; thence in a Westerly
direction along the Southerly
boundary of said Section 7 a distance
of 725.59 feet to the Point of
Beginning.
Containing 2.64 acres, more or less.
The public hearings may be
continued to one or more future date.
Any interested party shall be advised
that the date, time and place of any
continuation of the public hearings
shall be announced during the public
hearings and that no further notice
concerning the matters will be
published, unless said continuation
exceeds six calender weeks from the
date of the above referenced public
hearings.
At the aforementioned public
hearings, all interested parties may
appear to be heard with respect to the
amendments.
Copies of the amendments are
available for public inspection at the
Office of the Director of Zoning
located at 945 North Temple Avenue,
Courthouse North Wing, Starke,
Florida, during regular business
hours.
All persons are advised that if they
decide to appeal any decision made
at the above referenced public
hearings, they will need a record of
the proceedings, and that, for such
purpose, they may need to ensure
that a verbatim record of the
proceedings is made, which record
includes the testimony and evidence
upon which the appeal is to be based.
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NOTICE OF PUBLIC
HEARING CONCERNING A
VARIANCE AS PROVIDED
FOR IN THE BRADFORD
COUNTY LAND
DEVELOPMENT
REGULATIONS
BY THE BOARD OF
ADJUSTMENT OF BRADFORD
COUNTY, FLORIDA, NOTICE IS
HEREBY GIVEN that, pursuant to the
Bradford County Land Development
Regulations, as amended, hereinafter
referred to as the Land Development
Regulations, objections;
recommendations and comments
concerning a variance, as described
below, will be heard by the Board of
Adjustment of Bradford County,
Florida, at a public hearing on
February 6, 2006 at 6:30 p.m., or as
soon thereafter as the matter can be
heard, in the County Commission
.Meeting Room, North Wing, County
Courthouse located at 945 North
Temple Avenue, Starke, Florida
V-06-1, a petition by Arthur Masters
as agent for Norma Martin, to request
a Variance be granted as provided for
in Section 12.3.1.2 of the Land
Development Regulations to allow a
variance on yard setbacks in an
Residential Estate zoning
classification from required 15 feet
side setbacks to requested 10 feet on
each side, on property described, as
follows:
A parcel of land lying within Section
35, Township 8 South, Range 22
East, being Parcel Number 06168-0-
00000, Bradford County, Florida.
The public hearing may be continued
to one or more future dates. Any'
interested party-shall be advised that..
the date, time and'place of any
continuation of the public hearing
shall be announced during the public
hearing and that no further notice
concerning the. matter will be
published, unless said continuation
exceeds six calendar weeks from the
date of the above referenced public '
hearing.. I
At the aforementioned public hearing,
all interested parties may appear to
be heard with respect to the special -
exception. e :r
Copies of the variance application are
available for public inspection at the
Office of the Director of Zoning,
Planning,: and Building, County
Courthouse. located at' 945 North
Temple Avenue, North Wing,*Starke,.
Florida, during regular business
hours.
All persons are advised that if they
decide to appeal any decision made
at the above referenced public
hearing, they will need a record of the
proceedings, and that, for such
purpose, they may need to ensure
that a verbatim record of the
proceedings is made, which record
includes the testimony and evidence
upon which the appeal is to be based.
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SPILLER
Continued from p. 1C

coach Urban Meyer and FSU
head coach Bobby Bowden.
Spiller said he usually
receives one call per day from
a coach at each of those
schools, as well as calls from
members of the media,
wanting to know if he has
made a decision yet.
All the attention makes it
hard to participate in any
extracurricular activities after
school.
"It gets a little
overwhelming," Spiller said.
"You want to have fun, but
once you get to doing
something, you have to stop
doing it and try to talk to the
coaches and reporters."
So why -wait until National
Signing Day to announce his
intentions when so many high
school seniors do so before
then? Spiller said he just wants
to be sure of his choice.
"I didn't want to commit
early to a school, then go on a
visit to another school and be
like, 'Oh, I like this school
(instead),'" Spiller said.
-- Despite the demands on his
time,' Spiller said he is having
fun riding the process out.
It is a process, though, that
is wearing him down, Watkins
said.
"It will be such a relief
(when it's over)," she said.
She never imagined that she
and her son would be going
through such a process,
Watkins said. She admitted she
never fully realized how good,
or how fast, her son was until
just a few years ago.
Watkins was at a Union
County game and was half
watching the action on the
field. She saw Spiller take a
handoff from the quarterback.
-.then turned-to talk tca- friend
of hers in the stands.
"It was like a split second,"
Watkins said. "I turned m.
head back to the field and he
was in the end zone."
Spiller's football career, like
so many other players, began
in Pop Warner, when he was
approximately 8 years old. He
has had many memorable
moments since then.
Spiller remembers his
eighth-grade year at Lake
Butler Middle School when the
football team went undefeated
and won the Suwannee Middle

championship.
Having the opportunity to
play neighboring Bradford is
something that also sticks out
in his mind, as does the 2003
regional final game against
Dixie County in Cross City.
The Tigers avenged a regular
season loss and defeated Dixie


Area players

make verbal

Commitments

BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
National Signing Day is Feb..
1, but three area football
players recently made verbal
commitments.
--Union County linebacker
Kevin Alexander announced
his intent to go to Clemson,


C.J. Spiller


20-13 to advance to the Class
2B semifinals and, eventually,
the 2B championship game.
The 2B semifinal game in
2004 was memorable, but not
in a good way. The Tigers lost
that game 23-22, which
prevented them from playing
for the state championship.
"I'd like to play that
Pensacola Catholic game one
more time," Spiller said. "We
were up 22-7. If we could've
just gotten one more score, I
think we could've been state
champs."
Another one of Spiller's
memories, surprisingly, had
nothing to do with anything he
did out of the offensive
backfield. It was a win over
Interlachen during his
freshman season. As a
defensive back, he made three
interceptions, including one
late in the game that helped the
Tigers hang on for a 38-34
win
Defense. though. is not
Spiller's concentration no%\.
He is being recruited for the
impact he can ha'e on offense.
He rushed for 3.255 \ards the
last two seasons.
So when It comes ito
seriously considering a school.
is the depth at the running back
position or the presence of an
established starter a factor?
Spiller said he will have to
compete to earn a starting job
regardless of %%here he goes,
but he also admitted he does
not want to go to a school that
has an overabundance of
running backs to go along % ith
incoming recruits.
All Spiller wants is a fair
chance.
The most important factor,
however, is where he feels
comfortable, Spiller said. He
wants to feel like he's at home,
even though he will be away
from home and living on
campus.
If a certain school in
California provides that homey
feeling, then it could be


while Union tight end Kasey
Nobles said he will go to Rice.
James Jamison, a running
back/defensive back at
Bradford, has given a verbal
commitment to the University
of Central Florida.
Those three players join
Union County defensive
lineman. Willie Oliver, who
made a verbal commitment to.
Bethune-Cookman in
December.


Spiller's choice, no matter how
far away it is.
"The only thing bad about
USC is its far across the
country," Spiller said, "but
distance is not really a factor.
I'm just going to go where I'm
led."
Watkins admitted she has a
preference on which school her
son chooses, but she would not
divulge that bit of information.
She said she would love to
have him stay close to home,
but in the same breath she said
it is not her decision to make.
"If he chooses to go to
California or Clemson, I have
to support him 110 percent,"
Watkins said.
When National Signing Day
comes and goes, Spiller will
have more to devote to.
activities he's been missing out
on.
He is a member of his
school's basketball team and
has missed games due to
recruiting visits and other
football-related commitments.
"I'm ready to focus on
basketball now because I think
we have a chance of going real
deep in the playoffs," Spiller
said.
When he's not playing a
sport at school, Spiller said he
likes "hanging out with ;the
guys' and being involved in
his church-Victory 'Chrisfti.n
Center.
He also likes watching
football and playing video
games. His favorite video
game is NCAA Football.
So what team does Spiller
choose when he plays?
Southern Cal, because of
Reggie Bush.
"1 know if I get him the ball.
nobod) on the other team is
going to catch him." Spiller
said
Hmmm. He likes to play as
the USC Trojans? Read into
that %%hat \ou ma\. Spiller's
not talking
Not until Feb. I


SHRINE
Continued from p. 2C

potential scoring drive for the
North, which had begun the
drive at the South 29-yard line.
Carter was in on at least five
tackles during the game,
including helping stuff a North
run attempt for no gain in the
second quarter.
Union's Odom was in about
the same number of plays as
Carter, including dropping a
North running back for a 1-
yard loss in the third quarter.
Odom also was the lead tackler
on a play that netted just 3
yards-he held the running
back by the ankle while
Keystone's Williams finished
the tackle off.
Hardin and Oliver helped
contribute to the effort that
limited the North team to 23
rushing yards in the second
half and 114 rushing yards,
overall
Hardin also shared punting
duties. He had three punts, the
best of which h \%as a 37-\arder
that forced the North recejier
to make a fair catch.
Jamison only carried the ball
seen times for 29 \ards. but
he did set up the South team's


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Pifer's quarterback sneak into
the end zone which, with the
PAT, tied the game at 7-all
with 1:01 remaining in the first
half.
Jamison lined up at receiver
throughout the game, though
he did not catch a pass.
Nobles had one reception-a
19-yarder that gave his team a
first down at the' North 46 in
the fourth quarter. That catch
came during a drive that saw
the South march to the 11-yard
line, but come away with no-
points.
The game got off to a fast-
start when the North team
scored on just its second play
of the game. Simon hooked up
with Raines wide receiver Ali
Green, who was wide open, for


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made ini the half by the South
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inside the South 30, returning
it to the North 39, setting up
his team's first score.
Orange Park's Ed Doughty
ended another scoring threat,
intercepting a tipped pass
inside the South 5-yard line in
the closing seconds of the first
half.
Palatka's Williams grabbed
his second interception of the
game to start the second half.
That led to a 25-yard field goal
by Nease's Alex Amaral,
giving the South team its first
lead at the 8-:29 mark of the
third quarter.
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Commiunitv Action Group.
Valid Question. This group
was formed out of the N.
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sole purpose of awareness for
our citizens and to help facili-
tate the needs of our local
communities. We are here to
serve you, chamber members
and non-chamber members
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Our goal is simple; what is
best for our regional area in the
waiy of initiatives, policies,
political influence, growth and
development for our infrastruc-
ture and to promote and facili-
tate commerce. However, these
actions cannot be achieved
without your help. With out
your input and advice our goal
stops short of the "Best" for
our region. To be the best for
our region we need to have the
invaluable input directly from
the individuals that this affects,
you. Citizens, small business
owners, corporate executives,
retirees, youth, we need all the
input we can get. We need
your help.
Over the past year we have
accomplished two town meet-
ings in Keystone; One for
upcomingecandidates and one
for the newly elected Sheriff.


The Tri-County Community Action Group includes (1-r):
Aaron Bean, Kim Skidmore, Ron Lilly, Jerome Johns,
Virgil Berry, Carol Berry, Adam Chalker and Ken Sauer.


We have been proactive in
making sure that our legisla-
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region. We have solicited citi-
zen support and information
for various functions. We have
accomplished much, but not
enough. To truly be an influen-
tial part of this region and to
make sure'that what is decided
on our state and local levels of
politics is in the best interest of
our region we need more help.
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The North Florida Regional Chamber of Commerce Board
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Lake Butler. as one of its major goals for 2006. After revie,%-


ing the cost of service to keep a satellite office open in Lake
Buller the Board felt Ihat the same investment would be bet-
ler-spent sponsoring business seminars for the local business-
men throughout the year. To ensure that the general public
would be able to get general information. i.e. maps.
brochures, directions. Board member Scott Roberts. ot
Roberts Insurance, volunteered Ihe use of some office space
in his new building located on 125 East Main Street for the
chamber to place its informational racks.
Chamber Retreat Sets 2006 Goals
At its annual planning retreat the" NFRCC Board of
Governors set the 20016 goals for the staff to work on. The
tasks \ere divided into eight headings with a list attached Io
each heading, denoles the main goal to be achieved first.
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Santa Fe

hands BHS

girls first loss

BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Bradford put together a
furious fourth-quarter rally to
send the game into overtime,
but, in the end, the Lady
Tornadoes' lack of depth
caught up with them in a 6.7-60
lois to district opponent Santa
Fe on Jan. 19 in Alachua.
It was the first loss of the
season for the Tornadoes (15-1
prior to Jan. 24), but they will
be the number-one seed in the
upcoming District 3-4A
tournament by virtue of having
a better overall record than
Santa Fe, which, like Bradford,
has a 9-1 district record.
Bradford trailed by 16 points
entering the fourth quarter, but
outscored'the Raiders 26-10 to
tie the game at 56-all.
"Tosha Griffin really
stepped it up in the fourth
quarter to lead that comeback,"
Bradford head coach Shane
McFadyen said.
': Griffin scored 11 of her
game-high 26 points in the
final period, while Destiny
Bass hit the game-tying
basket-a 3-pointer with six
seconds remaining-to send
the game into overtime.
McFadyen said getting to
overtime took too much out of
his team, which consists of
only eight players. The
Tornadoes had just. two field
goals in overtime.
"The gas. tank was empty


after the fourth quarter,"
McFadyen said.
Warren was Bradford's
second-leading scorer with 12
points, while Bass and Khalaa
Hill each had 10.
The Tornadoes played
Fleming Island on Tuesday
and will close the regular
season with a home game
against P.K. Yonge Thursday,
Jan. 26, at 6 p.m.
Ridgeview High School in
Orange Park will host the
district tournament, which
begins Tuesday, Jan. 31.
Bradford will not play until
Thursday, Feb. 2, at 7 p.m. If
the Tornadoes win that game,
they will play for the district
championship Saturday, Jan.
28, at 7 p.m.

Score by Quarter
BHS: '7 8 15 26 5-60
SFHS: 14 18 14 10 12-67

Bradford Scoring (60): Bass
10, Griffin 26, Hill 10, Newman
2, Warren 12. 3-pointers:
Warren 2, Bass 3, Griffin 5.
Free throws- -

Earlier result:

BHS 48 Panthers 19
Hill and 'Warren got the
Tornadoes off to a quick start
and they never looked back,
defeating district opponent
Ridgeview 48-19 on Jan. 17 in
Starke.
Hill scored eight of her
team-high 18 points in the first
qua-rter, while 'nine of
Warren's 11 points occurred in
the opening period. Bradford/
took an 1.8-7 lead into the


second quarter and made that a
25-point lead at the half.


Score by Quarter
RHS: 7 2 6
BHS: 18 16 TO


4-19
4-48


Bradford Scoring (48): Durant
2, Griffin 8, Hill 18, Newman 3,
Smith 6, Warren 11. 3-
pointers: Griffin, Smith,
Warren 3. Free throws: 8-12.


Bradford boys

win second

straight game

BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Four players scored in
double figures as the Bradford
boys basketball team won its
second straight game,
defeating host Baker County
72-70 on Jan. 21 in Glen St.
Mary.
'Marcus Wilson poured in 23
points and grabbed 15
rebounds as the Tornadoes also
won their second straight
district game. The Tornadoes
(5-13) are now 2-6 in District
3-4A.
Clint Cubbedge was not far
behind teammate Wilso0.
finishing the game with 19-
points. Roderick DeSue and
Eugene Blye had 11. and 10.
points.
Blye also added six assists.
Almost half of Bradford's
field goals came from beyond
the 3-point arc. The Tornadoes
made 12, with Cubbedge4
DeSue and Wilsor each


making three.
Bradford played district
opponent Suwannee Jan. 24
and will travel to Alachua
Friday, Jan. 27, to play district
opponent Santa Fe.
On Tuesday, Jan. 31, the
Tornadoes host Williston.
All games are scheduled for
7:30 p.m.

Score by Quarter
BHS: 17 18 22 15-72
Baker: 24 14 19 13-70

Bradford Scoring (72): Blye
10, Brown 3, Cubbedge .19,
DeSue 11, Hankerson 6,
WilsOn 23. 3-pointers: Brown,
Blye 2, Cubbedge 3, DeSue 3,
Wilson 3. Free throws: 10-13.

Earlier results:

Panthers 84 BHS 76
Wilson poured in a game-
high 30 points, but it wasn't
enough for Bradford in an 84-
76 loss to district opponent
Ridgeview on Jan. 17 in
Orange Park.
The second and third
quarters hurt the Tornadoes,
when they were outscored 41-
28.
Blye had 16 points for
Bradford, while Cubbedge had
12 and DeSue 10.


Score by Quarter
BHS: 22 15 13
RHS: 21 23 18


26-76
22-84


Bradford Scoring (16): Blye
16, Brown 2, Cubbedge .12,
iDeSue 10, Hankerson 2, K.
Wilson 4, M. Wilson 30. 3-
pointers: Blye 2, DeSue 2,


Cubbedge 3, M. Wilson 3.

BHS 60 Broncos 52
Bradford got its first district
win of the year, defeating
visiting Middleburg 60-52 on
Jan. 19.
DeSue led the team with 22
points. Cubbedge and Wilspn
scored 14 and 11 points.
Leonard Barnes added nine.
Wilson also grabbed 1'
rebounds in the win, while
Blye finished with six assists.

Score by Quarter
MHS: 18 9 13 12-52
BHS: 16 15 12 17-60

Bradford Scoring .(60):
Barnes 9, Blye 2, Brown 2,
Cubbedge 14, DeSue 22,'
Wilson 11. 3-pointers:
Cubbedge 2, DeSue 5. Free
throws: 11-22.


KH boys have

no trouble

with St. Johns

BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
The Keystone Heights boys
basketball team 'bounced back
from a lopsided loss and
.recorded an easy 56-14 win
over. visiting St. Johns Country
Day on Jan. 19.
Keystone's Cameron
.Yarbrough, who led all scorers
with 22 points, had, 15 first-'
half points as the Indians (7-10
prior to Jan. 24) built a.32-5,
halftime lead.
It was Greg Taylor who got-


the Indians going with two free
throws early in the game.
Yarbrough then scored the
next four Keystone field goals.
One came on a drive to the
basket'after receiving a pass
from Tyler Brunink. Another
on a rebound putback
following his own miss.
Yarbrough's 3-pointer, after
a steal, by Craig Bannon, put
-the Indians up 12-2.
The second quarter began
when Yarbrough grabbed a
defensive rebound, dribbled
the length of the court and was
fouled on a shot. He made both
free throws, then added a
basket after a steal by Chad
Ev4ns to make the score 20-2.
That signaled an end for:
Keystone's starters in the first.
half, as they sat on! the bench:
and watched the reserves;
perform. One of those reserves
was -Matt Snowberger, who
scored five points and grabbed;
three offensive rebounds in the
quarter.
The visitors finally made a
field goal with three minutes
remaining in the half.
.Keystone began the second
half the same way it began the:
first, with two points from
Taylor-this, time on a
rebound putback.
Yarbrough th,n.; ,,cored'
seven of Keystone's next nine:
points, including a 3-pointer
that put the Indians up 43-7.
The rest of the game
belonged to .the reserves.
Keystone got 3-pointers from'
Stetson Dow and Wes Rund in
the fourth quarter.
Snowberger finished as the

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59 Personal Sernices
60 Secretarial Services
61 Scriptures
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42 Motor % vehicles
43 PV's & Campers
44 Boats
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48 Homes for Sale
49 Mobile Homes for Sale
50- For Rent


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64 Business Opportunity
65 Help Wanted
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67 Hunting Land for Rent
68 'Rent to O .
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71 Self Siorage
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42 Motor
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2002 SATURN SL 5 speed.
45,000 miles. good con-
dilion $6400. Call 352-
222-1624.
WANTED. CARS AND
trucks, running or not.
Must be complete $100
and up Call 904-964-
5405. 90'4-263-8933 or
904-964-2432
88 MAZDA EXT CAB
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player $11.300, Call
352-468-3786.


1997 BLACK MAZDA truck
nice Extra wide itres,
bedllner. DVD player,
runs great. $ 3800 Call
352-468-3786.
2004 KAWASAKI VULCAN
750 $7500 Call before
5pm. 352-318-1581. ask
for Dave.
1987 FORD GT 5.0 Mus-
tang converlable Single
owner has restored.
spenl $5,000 last' 3
years New paint. nms.
tires, breaks. exhaust
system. alpine stereo
with 6 pack CD changer.
looks sounds and drives
like new. Asking $4425
Call 352-473-2364.
1993 NISSAN QUEST mini
van. 7 passenger, new
brakes and new muffler.
Runs great. 140,000
miles, one owner Well
maintained $1750 OBO.
Call 352-473-0305.
1986 F350 Crew
cab,dually, new cam, dis-
triDutor, allenator, coil.
tires, some rust, needs
work with 4 horse Irailer
$2500 Call 904-966-
0276
1994 CHEVY 1500 pick up.
177,OQO miles, with low-
ing package, runs good.
$2800. Call 352-514-
7348.
43 RV's '
Campers
1984 32 LONG
WINNEBAGO fully
equipped, sleeps 4 com-
fortably, generator. A/C.
runs good. 70.000 ongi-
nal miles. $7,500 call
352-473-6422
2001 NOMAD CAMPER
30 Ft tag along, sleeps 8.
has a slide out, very,
clean. used 4 times, A/C.
stove, frig. shower
$11,250 OBO or take
overpayments Call 904-
364-6900.


Sale
1.25 ACRES WITH 32 x 76
MH, well & septic, like
new financing available.
Lowdown payment. Call
386-496-1146.
47 Commercial
Property
FOR LEASE OR sale. Ideal
location 2 parcels 2800
SOFT building with of-
fice, barn, m-ni storage,.
5 acres off of Souln 301.
Also 8 acres, partially"
cleared Born iots 10th,
-.iot-4t me Iroent -new
W lr.i-,.rl C arl 9 "l-p _.
382"' lor more inlorma-
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COMMERCIAL/ RETAIL
space by Starke PosI
Office for renl or lease
For more inlormallon
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6305 and ask Ior John
DOWNTOWN STARKE
professional offices for
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sizes are 13'6" x 13'9"
and 12'x 13'6". Call 904-
964-4111. '
INDUSTRIAL PARK office/
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$750 per month, call
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front porch & A/C. Very
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$27,500 OBO. Call 352-
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..2 BR $400 mth
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7769.
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view homesiles I to 8
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GROUND FLOOR PRE-
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Entertainment. Great
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COMPLETED IN 2007.
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For Qualified Buyers.
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5687
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deep boatable water, lor,-
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Power. phone, perked
Excellent financing. Call
now (8001732-6601 x
1458
Adult Communities and
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Ocala / Marion County.
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Property For Sale One
hour west of Atlanta in
Piedmont. AL Beautiful
View 48 acres $144.000
14.400 down 1.087 per
month owner financed.
Call Glenn (850)545-
4928
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BUILDING SALE'
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964-6305 473-2210 *496-2261


water & garbage in-
cluded. Call 352-478-
2697.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS like
new, 3BR/2BA, mostly
furnished mobile home.
$550 per month, 1st &
last plus deposit. No
pets. Call 352-473-0464.
ROOM MATE WANTED
SWF is looking for some-
one to share new three
bedroom 2 bath duplex in
Starke. Large bedroom
with separate bath, chil-
dren grown and moved
out need help with ex-
penses. No bad habits or
pet. References re-
quired. $550 a month in-
cludes cable and all
utilities. Deposit required
call 904-368-8114.
COUNTRY LIVING, nice
2BR/2BA, MH (off of
SR16 towards prison)
board fenced on 1 acre,
CH/A, double carport,
front porch & back deck,
overlooking pond, $500
month, 1 yr lease, $450
deposit, refundable. Call
904-964-5079 or cell at
904-637-9374.
S2BR/1BA great location,
- .walk to Keystone
Schools and town. $650
per month. Call 352-475-
6260.
SMALL COTTAGE 2BR/
1BA1$500 plus security
deposit Call 352-473-
0002.
NICE 3BR/1BA HOUSE
-newly renovated, large
private lot CH/A & Car-
pori, $575 month:
Worthington Springs
area. Cail 386-496-
2354
STARKE ONE HALF au-
plex. immaculale 2 oed-
rooms, carpeted. 1 oath
tub/shower, large living
room, ceramic tile, sit
down kitchen, refngera-
tor, garbage disposal.
washer/dryer hook ups,
Screened in back porch
CH/A, window cover-
ings. Rent $450 first
months rent $450 lasi
months rent and 450 se-
Curity ($135000 total
Available immediately
Call Dixon rentals at
863-398-4061 or 863-
398-0853 for appoint-
ments or questions
LARGE 1 BR APT No
pets $400 per month.
$400 deposit Cali Mike
at 904-364-7026
3BR/1 5BA BLOCK Home
$700 per month with
$700 deposit No pets
Call 352-473-4409.
52 Animals and
Pets
LARGE GERMAN
SHEPARD pups. Large,
smart, Irainaole. ap-
proved nomes only,
5200 each. Call 386-
496-1279.


. PIT BULL PUPS 7 to
choose from. Tails cut,
vet checked and health
certificates. Ready now,
8 weeks old, $350 each.
Call 352-468-3786.
AKC MINI SCHNAUZER 4
months old, male, $350.
Fawn mini Chihuahua,
gentle, female, $250.
Call 352-468-3786.
LOSTYELLOW LAB male,
red collar, Bessent Rd.
area. Call 904-964-5011.
LOST/MISSING 2 male tfri
colored black/brown/
white, basset hound
dogs. Long ears, short
squatty bodies. Last;
seen Friday 1/13 on SR
21 near Food Lion in
.Keystone Heights. Re-
ward for return. Call 352-
473-9389 or 352-246-
3609.
AKC 22 month old black,
Sale Schnauzer. Tail &
ears clipped, all shots up
to date. House broken.
Needs a loving home.
$300 OBO. Call 352-
475-3236 or 904-91 0-
8733. .
MALE BEAGLE 4 1/2 yrs:
Good deer dog, $75.
Cali 352-258-0692
BLUE TIC lerrimate. 3yrs.
registered $150: Call
352-258-0692.
53 A Starke
Yard Sales_
GARAGE SALE, Thurs Fri
& Sat starting at 7am Ill
5pm 1997 Jurassic ParK
poster canvas 60 x 93,
$65. Jaguar quill king
$250 1222 Bradford Ct.
Call 904-964-7861.
YARD SALE SAT ONLY!
7am to 3pm CR 227 to
CR 225, 1 mile down on
theright, SW 76th Place.
Exercise equipment,
small freezer, furniture.
T.V.'s. kitchen dishes.
ect
SAT ONLY! 8:30 to 12,30
at Bradford PreSchool.
407 W Washington.
Gins clothes size 8 to 10,
Boy clothes 4 to 5, means
shirts, women shirts.
size 10 jeans, baby
clothes, and Tisc items.
Ramin or shine,'
YARD SALE Everything
you need Heater, an-
tique dishes, chair, cloth-
ing Fri & Sat 8am to ?
Bayless Highway 225 to
196 Street, end of the
road, follow the signs.
FRI & SAT 8AM TO 1PM
on 16 and Conerty Es-
tales, 5205 NW 182nd
Way Jewelry, clothing,
snoes
YARD SALE Fn & Sal, go
west on 16 to CR 233
(Morgan Rd). turn left,
go 2 miles, white house
on right, follow signs.
Small refrigerator,
dishes. plus size clothes,


junior size clothe home
interiors, Avon & much,
much more.
53 Keystone
Yard Sales
KEYSTONE UNITED
METHODIST Church,
Sat Jan 28th, 8am to
1prm;, on the front lawn.
Furniture, nic-nacs,
clothing, tools and much
more.
MOVING YARD SALE Fri
& Sat only 8am to 2pm.
1234 Blanding. Tools,
misc.
SAT 9AM TO 5PM please
no early birds, 245 SW
Jasmine Ave.
57 For Sale
BED $100. NEVER USEDI
Full size orthopedic
pillowtop set. Still in plas-
tic with factory warranty
from Posturecraft. Can
deliver. Call Brian 352-
376-1600.
BEDROOM 6PC SET
never used!l Still in
boxes I have in trucK
and can deliver $395,
'call 352-376-1600.
COUCH AND LOVESEAT,
plush microtiber suede
set, never used, still in
package, $695 Call
352-494-0333
QUEEN PILLOWTOP
mattress set $130 real
pillowlop set. Anyining
cheaper is cneap Brand
new made by
Postuirecraft. Still in plas-
i tic Can deliver, call
SBrian 352-264-9799
BED BRAND NEW KING
Sacrifice $195. 3pc or-
thopeaic pillowlop set
Never used set, still
wrapped In plastic witn
original warranty. Name
brand Posturecraft. Can
deliver call Brian at 352-
494-0333.
HOT TUB/SPA $1795.
Brand new Loaded with
therapy lets, waterfall,
LED lights, cupholders,
110v energy efficient.
With warranty. Free de-
livery call 352-376-1600.
BEDROOM CHERRY 7pc
set. All wood custom
built Louis Phillipe sleigh
bed All dovetail con-
struction, trueglide
drawers Never been
used Still in boxes. Re-
tail $6500 sacrifice
$1300. Can deliver. Call
Brian at 352-264-9799.
POOL TABLE georgous 8'
all wood table. Leather
pockets. Italian 1" slate.
carved legs. Band new
still in crate. Cost $4500
sell for $1350. Call 352-
246-9799.
MATTRESS TWIN sets
$8q. full sets $129,


Queen sets s159,! King
sets $189. Mattress Fac-
tory, 441 East Brownlee
St. Carpets also- large
room size pieces. Save
a lot. Cash and carry.
Call Sonia at 352-473-
7173 or 904-964-3888.
KENMORE WASHER and
dryer, new type $100
and up each, electric
stove, written guarantee,
free local delivery. For
appointments, call 904-
964-8801.
BED-QUEEN orthopedic
Pillowtop mattress and
box. Name brand, new in
plastic, with warranty.
Can deliver. Sacrifice
$140. Call 352-37?-
8588.
BED-KING SIZE Pillqwtop
mattress and boxspring
with manufactures! war-
ranty. Brand new still in
plastic. Can deliver. Sell
for $200. Call 352-372-
7490.
BEDROOM SET 7 piece
Gorgeous cherry queen/
king bed, dresser, mirror,
2 niahtstands, chest


available, dovetail con-
struction. New still in
boxes. Retail $5200,
sacrifice for $1400. 352-
377-9846.
DINING ROOM SUITE-
beautiful cherry table, 6
chippendale chairs and
lighted hutch and buffet.
Brand new still boxed.
! Can deliver. Retail
$5800, sacrifice $1100.
352-377-9846.
21 SPEED BIKE FS Space
Elite AAC 5000. Like
new speed grip index,
grip shift positions 3 left,
7 right. $225, new $450.
Call 352-473-2364.
6 BATTERIES for sale. 2
maintenance free, 1125
CCA new, 4 1300 CCA,
2 months old. $100 each
OBO. Call 904-368-
8135 leave message.
SECTIONAL COUCH,
queen sleeper on 1 side,
2 recliner & drop down
table on other side.
Great condition, $500.
Call 352-475-2128.
POOL TABLE for youth,
3.5' x 2', includes: ques,


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ball, rack & other games,
$50. Call 352-475-2128.
ANTIQUE IRON portable
singer sewing machine,
works great. $60. 2 fold-
ing aluminum cots with
mattress, never used,
$20 each. 12 cup coffee
maker In box $10. Call
S352-473-2647.
B BLACK IRON table with
four chairs, 40" square,
round, smoked glass
table top, upholstered
seats are black/multi col-
ored $150. Call 904-769-
9495 days & evenings
LAZYBOY COUCH perfect
condition, green, inclines
on both sides $300. 3
end tables and 1 square
coffee table, maple
wood, $150. Call-386-
496-2952. !
STOVE almond! with
brown trim, hotpoint
electric. Remodeling
kitchen. Good condition.
$150, Call 904-424-
3112.
NORDIC TRACK ESP
1000, Treadmill, wide
track used 3 times,
$375. Call 352-473-
9548.
QUEEN BED set ,$300
OBO. Wheel ,chair
Invance Tracer E) $125
OBO. The Walker
"Blazer" $125 OBO. All
mustgo Ican emailpic.
lures Call 352 475-
5232; .. .


LARGE 6 DRAWER
dresser, all wood. 64'
wide x 35' high x 20'
deep $200. Call 904-
964-9644.
59 Personal
Services
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.
CUSTOM CUTS Lawn &
Landscape, customized
lawn care, sod, trim-
ming, landscape design.
Reasonable rates, free
estimates. Commercial
& residential. Licensed
and insured. Call 386-


WANTED!!

Metal building erectors. Exp.
preferred but will train. Local
work & out of town work

(South Florida). Out of town
lodging & per diem provided.
Valid D/L & good driving


496-2820, if no answer
please leave message.
CONCEALED WEAPONS
permit course. 1 hour
$35 for individual or
group. Call 904-964-


PRIVATE

CHILDCARE
available in my
home. Certified
with 9 years
experience. Hours
flexible upon
request. Mon-Fri.
Call 904-364-6731
or 904-964-5294

J & P HOME SERVICES,
carpentry, painting,
home repairs, also tree
trimming & more. Local
.references available.
Reasonable rates. Call
352-473-2344.
DRAFTING house design,
room additions, site
plans, permit drawings,
stake out property cor-
ner locations. Call 352-
478-2227..
NEED DRYWALL RE-
PAIR? Free quotes, 8
years exp. Call Chad at
3.52-284-5166.


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HOME EVERY NIGHT &
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DIABETIC BREAK'""-'
THROUGH. Millions are
being helped. Millions tO 7 .
be made. Call 407-332-
4422 or visit the web site,''"
at www.sportron.biz/ ,.
care.
65 Help
Wanted
HELP WANTED- Cor 0 '
struction Contractor and;'
sub-contractors severdIal'"
openings in various ar -
eas of building (framing," -
finish, roofing, concrete/
block, plumbing, electric
cal & siding) must have.'"
experience in one or
more of construction.;;;.
phases, own tools and
transportation. Call 352-"'';
258-0865.
AVON REPS needed in aj['.:7::
.areas. Start up and earn I
50%, tbtal investmentr"'
$10. Start today, local'.',-
training. Call Sherry a4t';".
904-964-8851.
DISCOVER HOW ANY,:-.'
- ONE can earn $25. $506.O; 'p
even $100 or more in as..'
Iruie as 2.3 minutes per .
day taking easy "No'.:"
Brainer" surveys! Starf.
today hrtp-/
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Full time 40 hour week.
Apply in person at U S
Body Source, 1.5 miles
South of Hampton on
CR 325.
CARE-GIVER 2 years
experience working with
elderly or disabled cli-
ents. 2 or 3 days per
week. Su-El's Retire-
ment Home, Hampton.
Phone 352-468-2619.
NURSERY HELP
NEEDED, weed pulling,
fertilizing ect. Full time
40 hour week. Apply in
person at U S Body
Source, 1.5 miles South
of Hampton on CR 325.
SUPPORTED LIVING
coach for developmen-
tally disabled adults.
Must-have 4 years of
experience in medical,
child care, or other re-
lated field. Must be on
call 24/7. Background
check required. Apply
ARC of Bradford 1351 S.
Water St., Starke FL
32091. Call 904-964-
7699.
DAIRY FARM LABORERS
needed, hardworking
dependable transporta-
tion, shift work, holidays
& weekends, staring
pay $7 per hour Alachua
area.. For more informa-
tion call 386-462- 0,16'I
PROFESSIONAL D .P$-
ERShome everynigFitl
Full benefits package.
Dry Jiulk and- flat bed
positions available at
Ne41berry terminal.
Cortimercial Carrier's.
Cal( 866-300-8759.
FEMALE DRIVER, 3 years
exp0ence to run teams
to West Coast, with an.
owrier operator. Call
904 482-2996.
EXP RIENCED ONLY,
Heavy equipment opera-
tor needed for Utility/
SiteWorkconltactor Carl
904;964-2019. ,
RECYCLING TECHNI-
CIAN II The New River
Solip Waste Association
is seeking to hire a full
time-employee- for the
position of Recycling
Tecinician II. The duties
will include collection.
andc processing of recy-
Sclable materials super-
visibg inmate labor and
other duties as needed.


'Applicants must have a
high school diploma or
GED, a Class B or
higher CDL, and the
physical dexterity neces-
sary to complete the re-
quired duties. Starting
salary is $9.50 an hour.
Salary commensurate
with experience. Appli-
cations may be obtained
at the office of New River
Solid Waste Association
on SR 121,3 miles north
of Raiford, FL, Monday
through Friday between
8am and 5pm. Deadline
for applications is'Friday,
January 27, 2006.
DENTAL RECEPTIONIST,
outstanding opportunity
for a friendly,
hardworker. Call 352-
331-7573.
CLERICAL WORK from
home. Helping US com-
pany file HUD/FHA mort-
gage refunds. Call ERS
877-264-3757.
CONSTRUCTION WORK-
ERS, helper positions
available, very little ex-
perience needed, full
time and part time avail-
able, some benefits. Ap-
ply in person at Autho-
rized Construction Ser-
vices, 7200 SE US
HWY 301,, Hawthorne.
352-481-0008.
FULL-TIME TELLER,'
M&S Bank seeking a
full-time teller for Key-
- stone office. One to two
. years teller experience
preferred but not re-
quired. Heavy cash han-
dling required. Apply at
any M & S Bank location.
EOE/AA/H/V.
DENTALASSISTANT with
expanded duty skills
needed for a Starke .
practice. Must be a en-
ergetic, caring, profes-
sional and dependable.
Benefits, sick pay, vaca-
tion pay. Mon, t0es,thurs
& Fri, 8am to 5pm. Call
904-964-7501
FULL OR PART TIME ex-
perienced home repair
person, with own tools
and transportation. Call
904-966-2024, refer-
ences required
GRACEFULLY GROW-
ING Chilacare Is search-
ing for a defenaable,
canng teacher for grow-


ing daycare center.
Childcare class a plus.
Full time and Part time
available. Please apply
in person at 2138 N.
Temple Ave. (HWY 301
N.) in Starke. Call 904-
964-9969 ask for
,Patricia.
ASSISTANT CONTROL-
LER for international
mfg. and consulting
company in Starke. Must
be proficient, effective &
posses great communi-
cation skills.
pac@dynatest.com or
fax 904-964-3749.
BRADFORD COUNTY is
seeking a part time cus-
todial worker for the
Courthouse and other
County buildings and
premises. Must be able
to sweep, mop, scrub,
wax, and polish floors.
Will be responsible for
maintaining lawns,
hedges, walkways and
outdoor areas as
needed. Also must main-
tain bathroom facilities in
a clean and sanitary
condition Move furniture
and equipment as re-
quired, deliver supplies,
and run errands,, per-
forms related work as
required. May be re-
quired to lift and carry
50lbs., stooping, bend-
ing and must be able to
stand or walk for long
periods of time. Must
have valid Florida driv-
ers license. Salary will
commensurate with ex-
perience. Applications
may be-picked up at the
Bradford County Court-
house, Clerk's Office;
945 N Temple Ave,
Starke, Florida, or atthe.
Bradford Career Center
at 609 North Orange
Street. The county re--
serves the right to reject
any and all applicants.
Bradford County is an
equal opportunity em-
ployer. This position will
close on February 3,
2006 at 5:00pm.
DAY LABORER NEEDED
for construction site
clean up in Starke area
Must be dependable.
Call 352-494-0122 or
904-964-5116.
FACTORY WORKER. PT.


$6.50hr, 904-964-4388,
8am to 4pm.
ENTRY LEVEL- American
Access Technologies is
now accepting applica-
tions for our Keystone
Heights location. Will
train with great potential
for advancement. Train
to be a punch operator,
brake operator, grinder,
run a hardware press,
etc. First and second
shift possibilities. 40
hours a week with pos-
sible overtime. Starting
salary is $7.25 hour.
DFWP. Good benefits.
Call 352-473-4984.
POWDER COAT
PAINTER American Ac-
cess Technologies, lo-
cated in Keystone
Heigths is accepting ap-
plications for 2nd shift
power coat painter. Ex-
perience helpful, will
train. Hours are Monday
thru Friday 3pm to
11:30pm DFWP. Good
benefits. Call 352-473-
4984.
ASSEMBLY AMERICAN
Access Technologies,
located in Keystone
Heights is accepting ap-
plications for assembly
positions. Will train.
Hours are from Monday
thru Thursday 7am to
3:30pm, and Friday from
6:30am to 3:30pm. Start-
ing salary is $7.25 per
hour. DWFP, good ben-
efits. Call 352-473-4984.
CAREGIVER EXR FT for
Christian Assisted living
facility. Part time every
weekend, 3to 11pm. No
phone calls please. Ap-
ply at Park of the Palms
706 Palms Circle, Key-
stone Heights FR.
PARK OF THE PALMS
needs a full time dish-
washer for days. No
phone calls please. Ap-
ply at Park of the Palms
706 Palms Circle, Key-
stone Heights Fl. ,
HAMPTON HOUSE
childcare is accepting
applications for a full
time Pre K teacher. Must
have, CDA; Salary to
commensurate with ex-
perience Please call
352-468-2581 Mon- Fn
6am to 6pm or apply in
person at 10228 North


S WHITEHEAD BROS., INCJLAKE CITY LOGISTICS, INC.
Whililrn.hm :OTR DRIVERS NEEDED
SGo through Home several times most weeks.
Home most weekends. Personalized dispatching
that comes from bnly dispatching 25 trucks at
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Division St., Hampton.
R.J. CORMAN RAIL-
ROAD/material sales
company seeks CDL-A
Driver Laborer to stage,
load, deliver to custom-
ers, perform some ve-
hicle maintenance, and
inventory, usage, and
DOT paperwork. Re-
quires operation of
straight and combination
vehicles. Yard Worker
also needed W/lift truck
experience-prefer CDL-
B orA. Positions require
on-call status, travel, and
some fill-in
responsibilities at other
locations when nessary.
Resume to apply in per-
son: 14550 SE 43rd
Street, Starke, FL,
32091, or
jobs@rjcorman.com
HOME SUPPORT STAFF-
to work with develop-
mentally disabled Indi-
viduals in group homes
in Starke. Requires High
School Diploma or GED
& Valid FL Drivers Lic. w/
good driving record. $7
per hour plus benefits.
EOE call 904-964-1468
or 904-964-8082. '. :
CAREGIVER EXP. FT for
Christian Assisted.livihg"
-facility. Part time nights.
11pm to7am. No pnon'-
calls please. Apply at
Park of the Palms 706
Palms Circle, Keyslone
Heights Fl.
NOW HIRING for opening
and closing positions
Prem rate, bonuses,
paid vacation. Interviews
Monday thru Thursday
9am to 11am and 3pm
to 5pm. Call 386-462-
1187.
DRIVER NEEDED ca'ssA
CDL. 2 years expf.l .
region, nome most
weekends, no touch
plate, average $700 per
week Call Chris at 904-
259-6574.


QUALITY GRADING OP-
ERATOR to perform
residential final & foun-
dation grading with
Caterpiller track ma-
chine. Qualified only ap-
ply. s Excellent
skills=Excellent pay.


CDL a plus. Contact
904-275-2328 or 904-
588-3210 b/t 9 & 5 for
further information.
WANTED METAL BUILD-
ING erectors. Exp pre-
ferred but will train. Lo-
cal. work & out of town
work. (South Florida).


SANTA FE
COMMUNITY COLLEGE


Open Campus Specialist

Review will begin February 6, 2006 and
continue until filled.
For additional information visit
http://admin.sfcc.edu/-humresourc/ or call
Human Resources at 352-395-5185

Drivers / FLATBED

Run the Southeast

HOME WEEKLY
* Lease Purchase Program
* 100% Owner Operators
* Free Base Plates
* Paid Cargo /Liability
* 1 yr flatbed exp. Req.
* Excellent fuel Surcharge ,
Call Faye @ 1-800-325-4436
or Vince @
1-888-522-5046 ext ?220


'CUSTOMER SUPPORT
Needed Immediately

For outgoing support and sales calls. Sales,
phone, and computer experience necessary.
Smoke free environment.
Fax resume to 352-473-5151 or email to
admin@streetgraphics.com. No calls please.
www.streetgraphics.com


STJANAGER-


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Bonus up to $1,200 per year. Driver of the Year Forest Park Apts.
I,: r^'/ bonus, and driver recruitment bonuses. Blue Lake Butler, FL
Cross Blue Shield medical and dental Insurance.
Need 2 years of experience and a decent driving
record. Send resume to..
-CALL JIM OR DEBBIE .AWRENCE AT : Flynn Mgmt. Corp.
904-368-0777 or 1-888-919-8898 y gmp.
516 Lakeview Rd. #8
S^^00 igJ @^ B@ ^si Clearwater, FL 33756
or fax to: 727-447-5516
$2000 Sign on Bonus! 0,.072'47

We have extended our sign on bonus for .+0
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LA" CITY
coming to work for Davis Express, A.N "0,C ,
NOW IS THE TIME Account Clerk I
NOW IS THE TIME! Accounts Payable/
Property Specialist
Clerical accounting work involving a wide
range of duties to support the College's
System of financial resources involving
but not limited to accounts payable, pro-"
perty. records maintenance, subsidiary
ledger maintenance and data entry.
*:- High School graduate (or equivalent) plus
three years of business office experience,
one of which is in accounting. Must be
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Stay in the "Sweet Part" tof the south able to perform manual labor and lift 35
Sounds correctly.
FL, GA, SC, NC, TN, AL Salary: $19,602.00 annually
plus benefits.
Position closes: January 31, 2006.
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Guaranteed Hometime details and application available on the


Life & Dental Ins. Provided Human Resource Development
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Phone: (386) 754-4314
Fax: (386)754-4594
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per diem provided. Valid
D/L & good driving
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Wayne at 352-258-3039.
71 Farm
Equipment


1975 MASSEY
FERGUSON Tractory, 2
bush hogs, furrows,
rake, box blade and
bucket. New set of trac-
tor tires. Engine needs
overhaul. $2000 OBO.


LACKE CITY
INNI rITY COLLEGE

Computer Programmer
Developing, modification, and
maintenance of application software.
Writing, testing, debugging and
documenting computer programs.
Knowledge of HTML.C++, and COBOL.
Bachelor's degree in computer science .or
related area preferred; or associate's degree
in computer science or related area, plus
three years programming experience.
Salary: $33,528 annually plus benefits
Deadline to apply. Application review
begins: February 1,2006
College application required.
Position details and application available
on the web at: www.lakecitycc.edu
Inquiries:
Human Resource Development
149 SE College Place
Lake City, FL32025
Phone: (386) 754-4314
Fax: (386)754-4594
E-mail: boettcherg@lakecitycc.edu
LCCC is accredited by the Southern Association
of Colleges and Schools
VP/ADA/EA/EO
College in Education & Employment


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We're continuing to grow and in need of
qualified people to work at our Lake Butler
facility. Good benefits, pay based on
experience., Apply in person at 1050 SE 6th
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Page 10C TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR-C-SECTION Jan. 26, 2006


Union girls get

district win
over 'Cats
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Amber. Franzluebbers
recorded her third straight
-double-double as the Union
County girls basketball team
defeated district opponent
Pierson Taylor 46-34 on Jan.
20 in Pierson.
Franzluebbers' 10 points and
13 rebounds helped the Tigers
cap regular-season district play
with a 6-2 record and improve
to 15-5 overall.
Union, which was up 29-12
-at the half, got a team-high 18
points from Tiffany Holmes
and eight points from Amika
Davis. Holmes also had nine
rebounds and Davis had seven.
Davis led the team with
eight steals, while
-Franzluebbe-rs- id- six.
.Franzluebbers also had four
assists, as did Vanessa
Clemons.
The Tigers played Newberry
.on Jan. 24 and will host
Madison County Thursday,
Jan. 26, at 7 p.m.
Union then plays in the
District 5-3A tournament,
which it will be hosting. The
Tigers, the tournament's
second seed, will play a
semifinal game at 7:30 p.m. on
Thursday, Feb. 2. If the Tigers
.... -tn-they will play for the
district championship
Saturday, Feb. 4, at 7 p.m.

Union Scoring (46): Clemons
3, Davis 8, Franzluebbers 10,
Holmes 18, Kent 3, Nutt 2,
Watkins 2. 3-pointers: Kent,
Holmes 2.

Earlier results:

UC 41 Ft. White 35
The Tigers found themselves
trailing at the half, but their
defensive effort, according to
head coach Perry Davis,
"started to kick in" in the
second half in a 41-35 win on
Jan. 17 in Fort White.
Franzluebbers had 10 points
and 17 rebounds for Union,
which trailed 18-14 at the half.
Miranda Kent and Holmes
had nine and eight points for
th.igejs, while Davis had 13
rebounds.
Holmes almost reached
double. figures in rebounds
with nine.


quarter and never looked back
en route to a 70-42 win on Jan.
19.
Davis and Franzluebbers
each scored 20 points to lead
the Tigers, while Holmes
poured in 15.
Franzluebbers led the'team
in rebounds with 12 and
Holmes had 10. Franzluebbers
also had five steals and four
assists, while Davis and Kent
each had four steals.
Kent led the team in assists
with five.


Score by Quarter
BHS: 2 14 14 12-42
UCHS: 23 12 13 22-70


Union Scoring (70): Bryant 3,
Clemons 6, Davis 20,
Franzluebbers 20, Holmes 15,
Kent 6. 3-pointers: Davis,
Holmes, Kent 2.

KH girls suffer

57-23 loss
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
University Christian, the
l I h-ranked girls basketball
team in Class 2A, paid a visit
'to Keystone Heights Jan. 20
and handed the Indians a 57-23
loss.
The Indians (14-9 orior to


Jan. 24) were led by Jessica
Whitfield's seven points.
Keystone played another
strong team-sixth-ranked,
Class 5A Eastside-this past
Tuesday and will close the
regular season with a home
game against Bishop Kenny
Saturday, Jan. 28, at 7 p.m.
The Indians then play in the
District 5-3A tournament,
which is being hosted by
Union County High School in
Lake Butler. Keystone, as the
number-one seed, has a bye
during the first round and will
play a semifinal game
Thursday, Feb. 2, at 6 p.m. If
Keystone wins that game, it
will olay for the district:


championship Saturday, Feb.
4, at 7 p.m.'

Keystone Scoring (23): Gray
3, Passwater 3, Russell 4,
Spaulding 6, Whitfield 7. Free
throws: 5-7.

Earlier results:

KH 54 Crescent 20
Whitfield almost outscored
the entire Crescent City team
in Keystone's 58-20 district
win on Jan. 17 in Crescent
City.
The Indians outscored the
host Raiders 27-0 in the first
quarter en route to capping the


regular-season district
schedule with an 8-0 record.: .
Whitfield finished the gat~le
with 18 points, while Karlyn
Reddish had 13 and Kellie
Spaulding 10.


Score by Quarter -
KHHS: 23 20 8 3-54
CCHS: .0 9 3 8-20C
Keystone Scoring (54): Gray
2, Knabb 2, Martin 2,
Passwater 2, Reddish t3,
Russell 5, Spaulding 1:0,
Whitfield 18. 3-polntvers:
Reddish. Free throws: 5-10. -|


Score by Quarter
UCHS: 7 7 13
FWHS: 10 8 9


14-41
8-35


Union Scoring (41): Bryant 2,
Clemons 1, Davis 3,
Franzluebbers 18, Holmes 8,
Kent 9. 3-pointers: Kent.

UC 70 Branford 42
Union outscored visiting
Branford.. 23-2 in-the-first



KH
Continued from p. 6C
Indians' second-leading scorer
with eight points.
- Keystone had 10 players in
all who scored.
- The Indians played district
opponent Union County on
Jan. 24 and will host Orange
.ParkThursday Jan.--26-at -T3-
p.m.
On Tuesday, Jan. 31,
Keystone travels to Green
Cove Springs to play Clay at 7
p.m.


Score by Quarter
SJ: 2' 3 8
KHHS: 16 16 13


1-14
11-56


Keystone Scoring (56):
Bannon 2, Dow 5, Evans 2,
Fogg 4, Ruiz 3, Rund 3,
Snowberger 8, Taylor 5, Van
Wie 2, Yarbrough 22. 3-
polnters: Dow, Ruiz, Rund,
Yarbrough 2. Free throws: 9-
17.

Earlier result:

Crescent 57 KH 34
- Keystone dropped its fifth
district game of the season,
losing 57-34 to host Crescent
City on Jan. 17. i
The Indians, who were 2M5
inhthe district prior to playing
Union. County Jan. 24, trailed
S 6-11 at the half and were
outscored 21-4 in the third
quarter.
-Taylor 'led the team with
nine points.

Score by Quarter
KHHS: 5 6 4 19-34
GCHS: 13 13 21 10-57
Keystone Scoring (34):
Bannon 5, Brunink 5, Evans 5,
Ruiz 4, Taylor 9, Yarbrough 6.
3-polnters: Bannon. Evans,
Ruiz. Free throws: 8-13.


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