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Elizabeth Mann, 15


Ashley Keen, 14


Johnny Mann, 13


Miranda Finn, 10


Anthony Lamb 20
months, Heaven Mann,
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Tragedy In


BY JAMES REDMOND
Times Staff Writer
Seven Union County)
children are dead and nine
more were hospitalized after a
tractor-trailer failed to stop for
a bus that was unloading
children.
According to the Florida
Highway Patrol, a Union
County School District bus
was stopped on S.R. 121 north,
four miles south of Lake
Butler, to offload some of its
passengers. As the bus sat
stationary, with one vehicle
behind it, the truck failed to
stop and collided with the car
and the bus. All seven children
killed were in the car.
Cynthia Nicole "Nikki"
Mann, 15, Elizabeth Mann, 15,
Ashley Keen, 14. Johnny
Mann, 13, Miranda Finn, 10.
Lamb, 20 months, were .in the
1993 Pontiac Bonneville that
was stuck by the truck driven
by Alvin Wilkerson, 31, of
Jacksonville., Wilkerson was
taken to Shangds Starke where
he was released later in the
evening.
Iris Faye Keen, grandmother
of Ashley Keen, said the Mann
children had gone to pick up
Ashley and her sister Miranda
who had just moved to the
Worthington Springs area.
They were on their way back


County


to the Manns' house to catch
the church %an that evening.
she said.
Of the nine children that
were on the bus, three were
airlifted to Shands Uniersity
of Florida. Two more were
taken there by ambulance. Of
the remaining four, two %were
taken to Shands Starke and two
to Lake Butler Hospital. The
bus' driver, Lillie Mae Perr\
Godbolt, was first taken to
Lake Butler Hospital, then
Shands Alachua General
Hospital and finally UF.
The bus was carr. ing
students from all three Union
County schools-Lake Butler
Elementary, Lake Butler
Middle School and Union
County High School.
According to Lt. Bill Leeper of
FHP, the children on the bus
-r% ida' t i gesrr6-m :7 ...
The nine children on.thpbus
included- Brenda Chandler, 17,
Katherine Woods, 5, Cecilia
Elixson, 15, Cody Vaughn, 13.
Diana Lynn Murphy, 13,
Richard Murphy Jr., 16,
Roman West, 13. Justin
Poorman, 15. and Dalton
Sumner, I1.
According to Union County
Sheriff Jerry Whitehead, the
See TRAGEDY, p. 2A


Clockwise from top:
Many individuals have
made their way to the
crash site on S.R. 121
to place flowers, cards
and stuffed animals in
memory of the children.




Top right: Many flags
throughout Union
County were lowered to
half staff in honor of the
seven children.




Bottom right: Lake
Butler Mayor Brantley
Crawford and his wife,
Diana, participate in a
memorial walk on
Friday night.



Bottom left: Dr. Harold
Hudson speaks to
hundreds gathered at a
memorial service at
Fellowship Baptist
Church in Raiford.


Top left: Gabriella Perez
puts her thoughts on
one of the three
memorial walls set up
in front of the high
school.


, For crime, socials and 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 18907638612


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TRAGEDY
Continued from p. 1A

accident took place at
approximately 3:40 p.m. near
S.W. 75"h Terr., on S.R. 121.
"This is the worst accident I
have seen in my career as
sheriff," Whitehead said.
Capt. Gary Seay, the
sheriffs No. 2 man, echoed the
sheriffs statements.
"I don't know of one that's
worse," Seay said. "It's just a
tragic thing."
'According to Whitehead, the
school bus was stopped in the
northbound lane, apparently
unloading passengers.
Wilkerson, driver of the Crete
Carrier Corporation tractor-
Strailer, crashed into the rear of
the car that was stopped behind
bus No. 13. The car 'and
tractor-trailer caught -fire after
the collision'; reducing the car
to what Whitehead described
as "ashes."
According to Lt. Mike
Burroughs of FHP, evidence at
the scene showed that the
tractor-traildr did not brake
before hitting the car. He said
'hat, as of press time, no
\iarges had been filed against
\ilkerson, but that the
\%stigation; was ongoing, and
tould not comment about
,es that possibly could be
ing a press conference on
day, David Rayburn with
qlational Transportation
y Board said that
ow marks" found at the
may indicate that the
may have done some
braking just before the
)n.
oughs also said the bus
to rest approximately
!et from where it was
ruck. He also confirmed
he cab of the tractor-
I was laying on its side
"it came to rest.
o n County
S ntendent of Schools
Ca! Faulk said. he arrived
at accident shortly after it
occ
S"/s here 10 minutes after
the 4lent happened," Faulk
said. had kids on the road.
Our biu driver was out the
door on t ground. It was very
frightening. 1 was very
scared-geared for the
2 dles, scared for the kids."
iUfriQn county y -Emergency
Medical Services Director
Allen Parrish was one of the
first medical personnel on the
scene.
"When I arrived there were
children everywhere," Parrish
said. "We went from patient to
patient assessing their injuries
and prioritizing their
conditions."
Agencies from surrounding
counties were called in to help
not only emergency services,
but the sheriff's office as well,
including Bradford, Baker,
Clay and Columbia counties,
the Florida Department of
Corrections, the Lawtey Police
Department and Lawtey
Volunteer Fire Department, the
city of Macclenny Fire
Department and others.
Whitehead said these are the
most traffic deaths the county
hps experienced in a single
year since he has been sheriff.
"Normally, we experience
two to three traffic deaths per
year," Whitehead said. "This
accident alone has doubled that
number."
To date, the county has had a
total of nine fatalities as a
result of traffic accidents in
2006. On Jan. 14, two men
were killed after the driver of
the truck attempted to elude
law enforcement officers.
Bobby Todd and Robert
Flanigan perished when Todd
drove into Union County
Deputy James "Eddie" Lee and
. both vehicles erupted into
flames. Deputy Ken Smith
pulled Lee to safety.


Union County Sheriff's Deputy Willie Lee directs emergency personnel in and
out of the scene while Union County Volunteer Firefighters Ken Owens and
James Rooney survey the site.


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Feb. 2, 2006 UNION COUNTY TIMES Page 3A


Driver of truck has

had run-ins with law


BY JAMES REDMOND
Times Staff Writer


The driver of the tractor-
trailer involved in
Wednesday's accident has had
run ins law enforcement
officials in the past.
Alvin E. Wilkerson, 31, of
Jacksonville, was driving the
Crete Carrier Corp. tractor-
trailer that slammed into a car
carrying seven children: The
car was shoved into a bus
carrying ten people on S.R.
121.
Officials from the Florida
Highway Patrol and the
National Transportation Safety
Board have said it is not yet
clear why Wilkerson failed to
stop for the bus that was
stopped to unload children.
"It will be several weeks
before we can determine what
happened and what charges
will be filed," said Lt. Mike
Burroughs of FHP.
In 1995, Wilkerson was
cited in Duval County for
displaying a revoked or
suspended license. In 1996, he
was cited for speeding in South
Carolina. In 1997, Wilkerson
was charged with being an
accessory to a murder after the
fact. According to reports, he
rented a motel room for Jason


New
Jerusalem
hosts
homecoming
The Net- Jerusalem Full
Gospel Church will host a
homecoming on Sunday,
Feb. 5. beginning at II a.m.
The musical group
G!orn bound will perform.
The church is located at
fthie comer of C.R. 18 and
S.R. 121 in Worthington
Springs. For more
information, contact
Annette at (386) 496-3383
or Roseanna at (386) 496-
1461.

Wonan's club...
hosts
Valentine's
Day luncheon
' The Lake Butler
Woman's Club will hosts its
:annual Heart Luncheon on
Tuesday, 'Feb. 14: from
11:30 a.m.-I p.m. The event'
will take place at the Lake
Butler Woman's Club
located on N.E. Third Street
in Lake Butler.
Donations 'will be
collected at the door. All
proceeds from the luncheon
will go to the American
Heart Association. "To Go"
plates will be available.

Babe Ruth
signups
continue
Saturday
The Union County Babe
Ruth Association will begin
signups on Saturday, Jan.
28 from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. in
.nt of Spires IGA in Lake
utler. Signups will go on
.-very 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.


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
(386) 496-1006.

You can be deprived of
your money, your job and
your home by someone
else, but remember that no
one can ever take away
your honor.
-William Lyon Phelps
*


Stephens who was later
convicted of murdering 3-year-
old Robert Sparrow. The
charges against Wilkerson
were later dropped.
In 1998, Wilkerson was once
again cited for speeding. This
time it was in Duval County.
In 1999, Wilkerson was
arrested for soliciting
prostitution. His latest charges
stem from operating a vehicle
in an unsafe manner. He was
charged on two separate
occasions in 2000 and again
2001, with the charge.
FHP officials could not
comment on what, if any,
charges they planned to file, as
the investigation continues.
Officials in Union County
said they had their own
suspicions as to who was at
fault in the accident.
"The driver of the car had
/come to a lawful and complete
stop," said Union County
Sheriff Jerry Whitehead.
"While Nikki was not licensed,
this did. not in any way
contribute .to this accident. She
was obeying the law by
yielding to the bus,' yet she lost
her life,".
James Redmond can be
,reached at (386) 406-2261 or
uctimes @alltel.net


The Mann's Sunday School teacher, Jeff Gainey,
addresses those gathered for the service.


IU-aw:l,


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Shown above is the Union County School bus
involved in the accident at it's final resting place.


Hundreds of people turned out for memorial walk Friday night in honor of the
victims. The walk began at Lake Butler Elementary School and ended at the
memorial wall at Union County High School.


At a memorial service at Fellowship Baptist Church in Raiford, the ceremony
began with youth from the church placing toys and other items from the
victims in front of seven heart shaped wreaths placed at the front of the
church.

NOTICE
PUBLIC HEARING CONCERNING A
PROPOSED AMENDMENT
TO THE TEXT OF THE LAND
DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS
OF THE CITY OF LAKE BUTLER

The Planning & Zoning Board of the City of Lake Butler, serving as the Local
Planning Agency, will hold a Public Hearing pursuant to Sections 163.3161
through 163.3215, Florida Statutes and the amended Lake Butler Land
Development Regulations, to receive public comment, objections and/or recom-
mendations on an application by the City of Lake Butler requesting an amend-
ment to the text of the Land Development Regulations of the City of Lake Butler
to amend the permitted uses by special exception allowed in the RSF -
Residential Single Family and the RSF/MH Residential Single Family/Mobile
Home zone. The application proposes to include duplex dwellings by special
exceptions with restrictions. This hearing will be conducted in the Commission
Chambers, City Hall, located at 200 SW 1st Street, Lake Butler, Florida at 5:15
PM or as shortly thereafter as the matter can be heard, Monday, February 13,
2006. All interested parties are encouraged to attend and be heard.

The application to amend will be available five days prior to the public hearing
and may be examined at the office of the Land Development Administrator bet-
ween the hours of 8:00 AM and 4:30 PM, Monday through Friday, at City Hall at
200 SW 1st Street, Lake Butler, Florida, 32054. Written comments may be sub-'
mitted to the above address to the attention of Richard 0. Tillis, Land.
Development Administrator.

All persons are advised that if they decide to appeal any decision made at the
above referenced public hearing, they will need a verbatim record of the pro-
ceedings, which record includes testimony and evidence upon which the appeal
is to be based.


UCHS football
banquet this
Monday night
Union County High
School will honor its 2005
football team at a banquet
and awards ceremony to be
held Monday, Feb. 6,
beginning at 6:30 p.m.
The banquet will begin
the evening in the UCHS
cafeteria. At 7:30 p.m.,
ceremonies will shift to the
auditorium for the awards
presentation. Admission is
$7.
For more information, call
(386) 496-3040.


Girls fast
pitch softball
registration
begins
The Union County girls
softball league will begin
registration for the 2006
season this Saturday, Feb. 4,
at Spires IGA in Lake
Butler. Sign-ups will be
held from 9 a.m.-I p.m. and
will continue every
Saturday until Feb. 18.
A copy of each child's
birth certificate' will need to
be presented at the time of
registration. For more
information, contact Jason
Davison at (904) 626-6497
or Travis Rimes at (352)
745-2605.


At these hearings, all interested parties may appear
and be heard with respect to the proposed amend-
ment to the Official Zoning Atlas of the City's Land
Development Regulations and the Future Land Use
Plan Map of the City's Comprehensive Plan. A copy
of the applications to amend (LDR 06-01 and CPA
06-01) will be available for inspection 5 days prior to
the public hearing at the office of the Land Dev.
Administrator at 'City Hall, 200 SW 1st St., Lake
Butler, 'Fla.., during regular business hours. All per-
sons are advised that if they decide to'appeal any
decision made at the above hearings, they will need a
record of the proceedings and may need a verbatim
record of the proceedings, which record will contain
the testimony and evidence upon which such appeal
shall be based.


NOTICE OF PUBLIC
HEARINGS
TO AMEND THE FUTURE
LAND USE MAP OF THE
COMPREHENSIVE PLAN
AND THE OFFICIAL
ZONING ATLAS OF THE
CITY OF LAKE BUTLER
LAND DEVELOPMENT
REGULATIONS
The Lake Butler City Commission serving as the
Planning & Zoning Board. and the. Local Planning
Agency of the City of Lake Butler, Florida, is hereby
giving notice that pursuant to its Ordinance No. ,92-3
as amended and Florida Statutes, Section 163.3161
through 163.3215, comments, objections and recom-
mendations regarding proposed amendments to the
City's Comprehensive Plan and Land Development
Regulations will be heard at Public Hearings on
Monday, February 13, 2006 at 5:15 p.m. or as soon
thereafter as the matters can be heard. These hear-
ings will be conducted in the Commission Chambers
at City Hall, 200 S. W. 1st Street, Lake Butler, Fla..
The following will be presented and considered:
1.) LDR 06-01; an application by Agnes P. Sapp to
amend the Official Zoning Atlas of the City's Land
Development Regulations by changing the zoning
district from RESIDENTIAL (MIXED) SINGLE
FAMILY / MOBILE HOME (RSF/MH-2/) to
COMMERCIAL GENERAL (CG) on the property
described as follows:- .. ,11 ......
A parcel being a part of Governmet,.Lot.,,..Set,tiep,
30, Township 5 'South, Range 20 East, Lake Butler,
Union County, Florida being more particularly
described as follows: Commence at the Northeast
Corner of Lot 31 of Rubye's Subdivision as per plat
thereof recorded in Plat Book 1, Page 17, public
records of Union County, Florida, thence run North
215 .feet, thence run Northwesterly along Railroad
right of way 772 feet, more or less, thence run South
215 feet, more or less, thence run Southeasterly 772
feet, more or less to point of beginning. All lying and
being in Union County, Florida; containing 3.54 acr-
es, more or less.
2.) CPA 06-01; an application by Agnes P. Sapp to
amend the Future Land Use Plan Map of the City's
Comprehensive Plan by changing the land use clas-
sification from RESIDENTIAL MODERATE DENSITY
(< 4 D.U. PER ACRE) to COMMERCIAL on the pro-
perty described as follows:
A parcel being a part of Government Lot 8, Section
30, Township 5 South, Range 20 East, Lake Butler,
Union County, Florida being more particularly
described as follows: Commence at the Northeast
Corner of Lot 31 of Rubye's Subdivision as per plat
thereof recorded in Plat Book 1, 'Page 17, 'public
records of Union County, Florida, thence run.North
215 feet, thence run Northwesterly along Railroad
right of way 772 feet, more or less, thence run South
215 feet, more or less, thence run Southeasterly 772
feet, more or less to point of beginning. All lying'and
being in Union County, Florida; containing 3.54 acr-
es, more or less.








Page 4A UNION COUNTY TIMES Feb. 2, 2006


More than 1,000 pay respects
to viticms of accident


BY JAMES REDMOND
Times Staff Writer
On Sunday night more than
1,000 people came to the
Union County High School
auditorium to pay their
respects to four children most
of them did not even know.
The visitation, held for
Cynthia Nicole "Nikki" Mann,
Elizabeth Mann, Johnny Mann
and Heaven Mann, was a time
for people to say their
goodbyes and tell family
members how sorry they were
for the family's loss. The line
of. those waiting to pay their
respects stretched around the
auditorium and out the front
-doors of the high school:
At the frqnt of the
auditorium, four white caskets,
sat. One of the four was a
smaller size for Heaven
Behind each was a collage of
pictures that showed happy
times from each child's life.
Johnny's collage was
wrapped in the colors of the
University of Miami, his
favorite team. Elizabeth's was
wrapped in University of
Florida colors because of her
J affection for the Gators. Both
Johnny's and. Elizabeth's
flowers, that adorned the top of
their caskets, were of their
favorite teams' colors as well.
As mourners filed past, they
would stop to look at pictures
and point out specific ones.
Many stopped to hug either
Barbara or Terry Mann or
both., It was clear that most
children in attendance knew at
least one of the deceased.
i A slide show presentation
also., showed: some the
children's happier times.
Pictures of all four children
showed smiling faces and
playful moments.
Bible versus in the
presentation told about
children in Heaven. Brad
Paisley's "When I Get Where


I'm Going" featuring Dolly
Parton and Holly Dunn's
"Daddy's Hands" were the
background music for the
presentation.
At the entrance of the high
school, four guest books lay on.
a table. Each book had a
picture of one of the four
children behind it. A bulletin
handed out had a picture on the
cover of Jesus surrounded by
children. A poem inside told of
God's promise for life.
Outside the building, the
weather seemed to be tuned
into the feelings of the family.
It was a gray and dismal night.
A light rain shower fell. No
stars could be seen and the sky
was absent of natural light.
On stage with the other
pictures, a picture of the
children's grandfather sat
alone. The photo was in honor
of William Edward Scott, 70,
of Hawthorne.
Scott was at the family's
home when they learned of the
accident. Several hours later he
suffered a heart attack and
died. He was buried Jan. 31 in
Hawthorne at the Ochwilla
cemetery.
The funerals of Ashley Keen
and Miranda Finn, cousins of
the Mann children, were held -
Feb. 1 at, Ochwilla Baptist"
Church. A memorial service is
being held today for 20-month
old Anthony Lamb. Services
will take place today at 11 a.m.
at Archer Funeral Home .in
Lake Butler.
The service will be held one
week to the day that his
adoption to the Mann family
would have been finalized.
According to family member
Tina Mann, Barbara and Terry
Mann were scheduled to
finalize lamb's adoption Jan.
26.-
James Redmond can be
reached at (386) 496-2261 or
crimes @alltel.net


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Business signs all over the county expressed
sentiments that wished condolences to the family
of the accident victims.


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Those in attendance at -
Friday night's memorial
service stand to sing
"When the Roll is
Called Up Yonder" -.
being lead by
Fellowship Baptist
Church music director
Roy Singletary.
















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end of the memorial
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Above is one of the three memorial walls erected by Home
Depot and First Coast News. The first wall was built on
Thursday and two more were added Friday. All three were
filled to capacity with hundreds, of sentiments from those that
knew the children and those that did not. The following page
contains just a few of the hundreds of the messages to the
family of the victims as well as those on the bus. Also below
is poem by Rachel Cone entitled "Seven Small Angels".


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Seven SmallAngets
By fRachel Cone

What happened was tragic,
What little did we kgnow.
'That on the 25' of January,
seven tdC would have to go.

Our little community,
Is left with lots of questions.
Such as what do ive do now?
And,, Hoqw God could let this happen,?'

The children' loved ones,
1e left with lots of- dou.t. .
S Trying to filthe void .:
Their fives are now without.

To a the familte,
.hKo heed faith and hope.
Our love is behind you,
To hecp you hive and cope.

Amongst the smoke and rubber,
Seven Angefs walkedaway.
'gNow they're above in heavenn,
'Beside god is where they'lTstay.

iAndGodis with their families,
To dry their flowing tears.
Their seven angles watching over them,
for the rest of their years.

'Their lovely faces shining down,
On lovedones and friends.
Just remember they didn't die,
Their eternalives just began.


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Four children from accident laid to rest


BY JAMES REDMOND
Times Staff Writer
A funeral held for four of the
seven children killed in
Wednesday's accident gave
mourners a small glimpse into
their lives.
As those coming to pay their
respects entered First Christian
Church, they encountered four
separate collages of pictures.
Each contained photographs
from happy moments in each
child's life. Those four
children were Cynthia Nicole
"Nikki" Mann, Elizabeth
Mann, Johnny Mann and
Heaven Mann.
..At the front of the church,
the white caskets with gold
trim formed an arc around the
church's altar. Multiple flower
arrangements surrounded all
four caskets.
The Union County Sheriff's
Office estimates that more than
400 people crowded into the
church .....
". `And thift does not include
those who filled the fellowship
halll" said Union County,
Sheriff Jerry Whitehead.
The church set up a closed-
circuit television feed to the
hall to allow those not able to
get into the church to at least
view the ceremony. Even with
two. buildings, it was still
standing room only when the
service began.
: The Rev. Scott Fisher of the
Church of Christ and Dr.
Harold Hudson of Fellowship
Baptist Church of Raiford
officiated over the ceremony.
"We who are here today are
going to go through days and
years of difficulties," Fisher
told those gathered. "But these
children now reside in.
Heaven."
The children's choir from
Fellowship Baptist, made up of




LEGALS

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. 2/2
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, 2005 at 11:40 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, 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 to the proposed
subdivision. ,
i 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
Colirhissioners for lighting & poles.
Bid specifications may be picked up
from: the Commissioners" office
located at 15 Northeast First Street,
Lake 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 reject any and/or
all ids.
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND
FOR UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 63-2005-CA-0030
STAGE COACH ENTERPRISES,
INC., etc.
Plaintiffs,


vs. -
CITIFINANCIAL MORTGAGE, INC.,
etc.,.e t al.,
Defendants.
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TO: CitiFinanclal Mortgage, Inc.
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Irving,TX 75062
Cdi Trust Bank
Cit Tr~st Building
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P.O,-Box 2025
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Cayran Island
YOURFARE NOTIFIED that an action
to fe1close a mortgage on the
following property in Union County,
Florida
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more than 40 children, opened
the ceremony with a pair of
hymns. Each one held a single
flower.
A slide show presentation
also brought to life moments in
the Mann children's lives. The
pictures showed various times
from their short lives. In each,
every child had a smile on
their. face. It was clear the
presentation affected family
members. By the end of the
presentation, several..were
weeping,' trying to hold
themselves up.
After the presentation,
Fisher attempted to ease the
pain of those in attendance.
"Our message is not to Nikki
or Elizabeth or Johnny or
Heaven," Fisher said. "This
message is for you, Jesus has
received these children. They
are in Heaven."
"The message to you is, look
to him for strength. Our
community is strong. We will
heal:"-- ; .....' .. .
As four hearses were loaded
to take the children to their
final resting place, those
around the church stood still,
paying their respects one last
time. Several young- adults
were overcome with grief
watching .the sight. Out loud
they asked, "Why, these
children, why?"
The procession to'Mt. Zion
Cemetery was, by some
estimates, more than a mile
long. Under a gray sky, that
seemed to fit the day, Fisher
spoke as family and friends
said their last goodbyes to the
children..
"These children have moved
out of a small house filled with
love into a bigger house filled
with even more love," Fisher
said.
The ceremony concluded
% ith family members placing




LEGALS

PARCEL 01: LOT 1, EXCEPT THE
EAST 142.5 FEET THEREOF, AND
LOT 2, EXCEPT THE WEST 104
FEET THEREOF, ALSO EXCEPT
THE RIGHT OF WAY OF ACL
RAILROAD. DEKLE'S FIRST
ADDITION-TO.THE CITY OF LAKE
BUTLER, FLORIDA, ACCORDING
TO PLAT THEREOF RECORDED
IN PLAT BOOK 1, PAGE 8, PUBLIC
RECORDS OF UNION COUNTY,
FLORIDA. SAID PROPERTY
SITUATE IN THE NORTH HALF
OF GOVERNMENT LOT 3,
SECTION 31, TOWNSHIP 5
SOUTH, RANGE 20 EAST.
PARCEL #2: THE EAST 142.5 FEET
OF LOT 1, DEKLE'S FIRST
ADDITION TO THE CITY OF LAKE'
BUTLER, FLORIDA, ACCORDING
TO PLAT THEREOF RECORDED
IN PLAT BOOK 1, PAGE 8, PUBLIC
RECORDS OF UNION COUNTY,
FLORIDA EXCEPT THE RIGHT OF
WAY OF ACL RAILROAD, IF ANY,
SAID PROPERTY SITUATE IN THE
NORTH HALF OF GOVERNMENT
LOT 3, SECTION 31, TOWNSHIP 5
SOUTH, RANGE 20 EAST, ALL
LYING AND BEING IN UNION
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
has been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of your
written defenses, if any, to it on Lance
Paul Cohen, the Plaintiff's attorney,
whose address is Cohen & Thurston,
P.A., 1723 Blanding Boulevard, Suite
102, Jacksonville, Florida 32210,
within thirty (30) days from the first
date of publication on or before March
6, 2006 of this notice, and file the
original with the Clerk of this court
either before service on the Plaintiff's
attorney or immediately thereafter:
otherwise a default will be entered
against you for the relief demanded in
the complaint or petition.
DATED on this 26th day of January,
2006.


"REGINA PARRISH
CLERK OF THE COURT
UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA
By: Julia Croft
Deputy Clerk
Lance Paul Cohen, Esquire
COHEN & THURSTON, P.A.
1723 Blanding Boulevard
Suite 102
Jacksonville, Florida 32210
904/388-6500
Attorney for Plaintiff


butterflies on the flower
arrangements that laid on the'
top of each of the caskets.
James Redmond can be
reached at (386) 496-2261 or
uctimes@alltel.net


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
Feb. 4, Feb. 11, Feb.18 and
Feb. 25.
Those parents interested
in their child attending the
classes can pick- .up an.-
afpplication at the .front
office. of UCHS. For more
information, contact
Geraldine Griffis at (386)
496-3040, ext. 4946.


Group forming
to restore
cemetery
A group is forming to
restore the cemetery
formerly known as
Townsend Pastures
cemetery. Each Saturday in
March, the group will meet
at the cemetery located one
mile east of Lake Butler on
S.R. 100 from 2 4p.m.
For more information,
contact Collis Small at (386)
496-2786 or Keith Webster'
af(386) 496-3940: '


Mz. Ugly
scheduled for
Feb. 3
The Union County High
School junior class will host
the Mz. 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.


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Section B: Thursday, February 2, 2006





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


'Step Up,


Fitness walk ends
with cookout
The Step Up Florida
statewide relay event is held
annually in February and will'
be celebrating its third year in
2006. The celebration will
come to Bradford County
Saturday Feb 1. with fitness
activities and family fun
throughout the day.
This Near the Florida
Department of Health adopted
a net slogan-"60 A
Day "-as a way to help
participants implement United
States Department of
Agriculture dietary guidelines
that suggest 60 minutes of
physical activity a da\ to help
manage body weight and
prevent gradual weight gain.
In 2004, only 41.2 percent of
adults in Florida report
engaging in moderate physical
activity for 30 or more minutes
on fi,.e or more days per %week
or engaging in vigorous
physical activity for 20 or
more minutes on three or more
days per week.
Step Up Florida was
designed in response to the
2004 Governor's Task Force
on the obesity epidemic
recommendations for
improving the health of
Floridians, which includes the
role of communities, family,
schools and public health in
promoting lifelong healthy
nutrition.and-physical activity.
Floridians who are engaged in
health-promoting habits are
less likely to develop the
chronic conditions of heart
disease, cancer, stroke. chronic
obstructive pulmonary disease,
and diabetes, which accounted
for 65 percent of all deaths in
Florida in 2004.
For the 2006 Step Up
Florida campaign, fitness flags
will pass from county line to
county line ori four routes to
traverse the state before all
meeting in Duval County for
the grand finale celebration on
Feb. 28. In 2005, Step Up
Florida had over 114,043
participants coming from
1,328 community partners, 179
employer partners, 357 school
partners and the public at
large. This also provides an
outlet for community members
to learn about local
opportunities for physical
activity in their community.
Bradford County Health
Department employees will
join employees and family
.members from the Bradford
County School Board, the
YMCA, the Starke Department
.of Parks' and Recreation,
Curves for Women Fitness_


Florida'


Salon, Kiwanis and all the
citizens of Bradford County in
healthy activities on Feb. 11.
Opening ceremonies begin
at 9:30 a.m. 'at Southside
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Elementary School where
Curves for Women Fitness,
Salon of Starke will lead
participants in a warm-up
activity before beginning the


2.6-mile fitness walk.
..Fveryone is invited to
participate in the walk along a
designated route through
Starke neighborhoods. A


police escort will ensure public
safety along the route.
New outdoor fitness
equipment is being purchased
by the Florida Department of


11


Health's Chronic Disease
Health Promotion & Education

See FITNESS, p. 5B


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Aggie Watson


Memory of
Aggie-Watson
will live on
BY KAREN LAKE
Special to the Telegraph
Agnes Calvin Watson was a
petite 4 feet 10 inches tall. She
.weighed about 89 pounds all
of her adult life and wore a
size two and a half shoe. As
the old saying goes, "Good
things come in small
packages."
However, Aggie, as she-was
called by friends and family,
showed up big in the Melrose
and Keystone Heights
communities throughout her
lifetime and will .be
remembered long after, her
passing.

See WATSON, p. 4B


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OBITUARIES _


Emily Allen
MELROSE Emily Tucker-
man "Tara" Allen Jr., 62, of
Melrose died Wednesday, Jan. 25,
2006, of a sudden heart attack
near Macas, Ecuador in the
Amazon where she had gone to
attend a native Shipibo Indian
ceremony.
Born in Boston the daughter
of the late Dr. Henry F. and
Emily T. Allen, Ms. Allen was a
teacher and expatriate who lived
in many countries. She was a
gifted linguist and spoke several
languages.
Mrs. Allen is survived by: her
partner Michael Heaston; a sister
Rosamond W. Allen of
Damariscotta, Maine and Vero
Beach; a brother Dr. F. Towne
,Allen of Center Port, N.Y.
Memorial services for Ms.
Allen will be held at her
residence in Melrose on Sunday,
Feb. 5, 2006, from noon until 4
p.m. and in Ipswich, Mass. in
May.
Contact FTowneA@aol.com
for more information or visit
www.taracare.com.
Memorial contributions. may
be made to www.afghanistan.prg
or to Safe Studio, 2 Essex Road,
Ipsw.ih, MA 01938.


Lee Scott of Hawthorne; a sister
Kassidy Mindy Keen of
Keystone Heights; her paternal
grandmother Iris Faye Keen of
Hawthorne; her maternal
grandmother Katie Lee Scott of
Hawthorne. She was preceded in
death by her paternal grandfather
Ronnie Keen.

Anthony Lamb
LAKE BUTLER Anthony
Lamb, 20 months, of Lake Butler
died Wednesday, Jan. 25, 2006,
from injuries suffered in an
automobile accident near Lake
Butler.
Born in Las Vegas, Nev.,
Anthony had lived in Lake
Butler since he was six months
old.
Anthony is survived by: his
father Thomas Lamb of Carter
County, Tenn.; his mother Terisa
Lamb of Daytona Beach; and his
foster parents Terry and Barbara
Mann of Lake Butler.
Memorial services for Anthony
will be Thursday, Feb. 2, 2006, at
11 a.m. in the Chapel of Archer
Funeral Home of Lake Butler
with Brother Scott Fisher
officiating. Burial will follow at
a later date.


Cynthia Mann
LAKE BUTLER Cynthia
Nicole "Nikki" Mann, 15, of
Lake Butler died Wednesday,
Jan. 25, 2006, from injuries
received in a vehicle accident
near Lake Butler.
Born, in Gainesville, Nikki
lived most of her life in Lake
Butler. She was a 10th grade
student at Union County High
School in Lake Butler. She was a
member of Fellowship Baptist
Church in Raiford.
Nikki is survived by: her
father and step-mother Terry and
Barbara Mann of Lake Butler; her
mother Cynthia Warful of
Knoxville, Tenn; a half brother
Jonathan Warful of Starke; three
step-brothers, Jonathan Daniel
Ford, James Floyd Ford III and
Joseph Edwin Ford, all of Lake
Butler; a half sister Jasmine
Warful of Knoxville, Tenn.; and.
her maternal step-grandmother
Katie Scott of Hawthorne.
Funeral services for Nikki were
Jan. 30, .2006 in First Christian
Church of Lake Butler with
Brother Scott Fisher and Dr.
Harold Hudson officiating.
Burial followed in Mt. Zionh
Cemetery in Lake Butlerd'te-&r
the care of Archer Funeral Home,
of Lake Butler.


S EY TheRev'. Emory Elizabeth Mann
Worth Duncan, 72, of Lawtey LAKE BUTLER Elizabeth av n n'''
died Wednesday, Jan. 25, 2006, D. Mann, 15, of Lake Butler died Heaven M nn
at his residence following an Wednesday. Jan 25. 2006. from LAKE BUTLER- Hea.en Lee
euended illness. injuries received in a vehiclee Mann, 3. of Lake Butlerndied .
Born in Florence, S.C., Rev. accident in Lake Butler Wednesday. lan 25, 2006, from.
Duncan lived in Marion, SC Born in Jackson% ille, injuries received in a vehiclee
before moving to La%%tey in Elizabeth lived in Lake Butler accident near Lake Butler.
1965 He served in the U S. Army most of her life. She was an Born in Palatka, Heaven lived
during the Korean War. He was a eighth grade student at Lake most of her life in Lake Butler.
member of Bradford Masonic Butler Middle School and was a She was a member of Fellowship
Lodge #35 F&AM, Scottish member of Fellowship Baptist Baptist Church in Raiford.
Rites. Morocco Temple. Church in Raiford. Heaven is survived bv: her
American Legion Post #45 of Elizabeth is survived by: her parents Terrn and BarbarawMann
Starke, DAV and VFW. He also parents Terry and Barbara Mann of Lake Butler, a half, sister
was past president and chaplain of Lake Butler: four step- Jasmine Brant of Jacksonvl e;':
of Starke Shrine Club and %was brothers, Jonathan Daniel Ford, three step-brothers. Jonaj' r
crippled children chairman. He James Floyd Ford III and Joseph Daniel Ford, James FloQ,,
was retired and was a member of Edwin Ford, all of Lake Butler. III and Joseph Edwin Ford'alo
Evergreen Baptist Church. and Samuel Watkins of Palatka; Lake Butler; and her matelnal
Rev. Duncan is survived by: and her maternal grandmother grandmother Katie Scott of'
his wife Bernice Duncan of Katie Scott of Hawthorne Hawthorne. 9 -:
Lawtey; two daughters, Janet Funeral services (or Elizabeth Funeral services for He a '
Padgett and Evelyn Weiland. were Jan. 30. 2006 in First were Jan. 30.. 2006 irr Fiist'.
both of Lawtev; two sons. Stewart Christian Church of Lake Butler Christian Church of LaWe 'Butler..
and Jimmy Duncan, both of with Brother Scott Fisher and Dr. with Brother Scott Fisher and Dr.
Starke: two brothers, Oliver Harold Hudson officiating. Harold Hudson officiating.
Duncan of Tallahassee and Arnie Burial followed in Mt. Zion Burial followed in Mt. Zion
Gene Duncan of Woodville; two Cemetery in Lake Butler under Cemetery in Lake Butler under
sisters, Myrtle Allen of Valdosta. the care of Archer Funeral Home the care of Archer Funeral Home
Ga. and Grace Tucker of of Lake Butler. of Lake Butler.
Whitmire, S.C.; nine
grandchildren and eight great-
grandchildren. He was preceded
in death by a son Emory Wayne
Duncan and two brothers. Steve Fl da Twin Theatre
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officiating. Burial followed in NowShowing Staru Fr., Feb.3
Sapp Cemetery under the care of Martin Lawrence in Josh Lucas, in
Archie Tanner Funeral Home of


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HAMPTON Eugene "Sarge" PPP,- -'G "e ,
Finch, 70.- ot Hampton died Fri. 7:10, 9:10 Fri. 7:00, 9:05
Finch, 70 of ampon died Sat. 5:00, 700 9:00 Sat. 5:30 8:00
Saturday., Jan. 28, 2006. at his Sun. 5:19 Sun. 5:00
residence following an extended Wed., Thurs., 7:30 Wed., 7:15


Johnny Mann
LAKE BUTLER Johnny Lee
Mann, 13, of Lake Butler died
Wednesday, Jan. 25, 2006, from
injuries received in a vehicle
accident near Lake Butler.
Born in Jacksonville, Johnny
lived in Lake Butler most of his
life. He was a sixth grade student
at Lake Butler Middle School
and was a member of Fellowship
Baptist Church in Raiford.
Johnny is survived by: his
parents Terry and Barbara Mann
of Lake Butler; three step-
brothers, Jonathan Daniel Ford,
James Floyd Ford III and Joseph
Edwin Ford, all of Lake Butler; a
half brother Samuel Watkins of
Palatka; and her maternal
grandmother Katie Scott of
Hawthorne.
Funeral services for Johnny
were Jan. 30, 2006 in First
Christian Church of Lake Butler
with Brother Scott Fisher and Dr.
Harold Hudson officiating.
Burial followed in Mt. Zion
Cemetery in Lake Butler under
the care of Archer Funeral Home
of Lake Butler.

J.C. Mayhair
MELROSE J.C. Mayhair, 73,
of Melrose died Saturday; Jan.
28, 2006, at Roberts Hospice,
Care Center in Palatka following
an extended illness.
Born in Milton on July 15,
1932, Mr. Mayhair moved to
Melrose in 1973 from Pensacola
He was a member of Church of
God of Prophecy in Gaines ille
and %%as a retired self-employed
hea\\ equipment operator. He
served in the U.S. Marine Corps.
Mr. Mayhair is survived by:
his wife of 52 years Wildred
Brown Mayhair of Melrose; a
daughter Debbie Hutchins of'
Melrose: tl\o sons. James Mayhair
of Melrose and Michael Mayhair
of Bedford. Idaho. seen
grandchildren and 12 great-
grandchildren. He "kas preceded

in death by a grandson Michael
Hutchins in October. 2005
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Doris Kelley
BROOKER Doris Sowell
Kelley, 91, of Brooker died
Thursday, Jan. 26, 2006,
following a brief illness.
Born near Lacrosse, Mrs.
Kelley lived most of her life in
Brooker. She retired from Belks
Department Store and also
worked at Brooker Elementary
School. She was a member of
Brooker Baptist Church where
she sang in the choir.
Mrs. Kelley is survived by:
two daughters, Carolyn Dyal of
Brooker and Dottie Sue Cranford
of Old Town; five sons, Roswell
Kelley, Winston Kelly and,
Jerome Kelley, all of Brooker,
Charles Kelley of Waldo and
Lenox Kelley of Ormond Beach;
18 grandchildren and 20 great-
grandchildren.
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Kelley were Jan. 30, 2006 in
Brooker Baptist Chuich with the
Rev. Terry Cranford and the Rlev.
AlN Paulson officiating. Burial


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Born in Davenport. Iowa, Mr.
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He served for 30 years with the
Florida National Guard and
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other companies as a carpenter
until his retirement in 1996.
Mr. Finch is survived by: his
wife Shirley Finch of Hampton: a
son Maj. Kevin Finch of
Washington: three step-sons,
David Ramsey and Michael
Ramsey. both of South Carolina,
and James Ramsey of Hawthorne;
a step-daughter Granetta Morse
of New Hampshire; a brother
Duane Finch of Floral City; two
grandchildren and seven step-
grandchildren. '
Memorial services for Mr.
Finch will be'held at 10 a.m. on
Thursday, Feb. 2. 2006. in the
Chapel of Archie Tanner Funeral
Home of Starke with the Rev.
Tommy Smith .officiating.

Miranda Finn
HAWTHORNE Miranda
Deanna Finn, 10, of Hawthorne
died Jan. 25, 2006 near Lake
Butler from injuries sustained in
an automobile accident.
-Born in Gairiesille, Miranda
was' a lifelong resident of
Hawthorne. She was a student at
Ochwilla Elementary 'School and
attended Eden Batist .and
Ochwilla Baptist Church.
Miranda is survived by: her
father David' Brian Finn of
Orlando; her mother Amanda Lee
Scott of Hawthorne; her maternal
grandmother Katie Lee Scott of
Hawthorne; her paternal
grandparents Percy and Betty
Finn of Hawthorne; her paternal
grandmother-Iris Faye Keen of
Hawthorne.
Arrangements are under the
care of Williams-Thomas-
Hawthorne Funeral Home.

Ashley Keen
HAWTHORNE Ashley Lee
Keen, 14, of Havwthorne died Jan.
25, 2006 near Lake Butler from
injuries sustained in an
automobile accident.
Born in Gainesville, Ashley
was a lifelong resident of
Hawthorne. She was a student at
,Hawthorne Middle School and
,attended Eden Baptist Church.
Ashley is survived by: her
S....fathei Rodney Eric Keen of
Hawthorne, her .mother Anmanda


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William Scott
HAWTHORNE William
Edwin Scott, 70, of Hawthorne
died Wednesday, Jan. 25, 2006
following a sudden illness.
Born in Caryville, Mr. Scott
moved to Hawthorne in 1958
from Gainesville. He was a
heavy-equipment operator with
the Alachua County Road
Department. He was a member
and chairman of the deacon
board at Ochwilla Baptist
Church.
Mr. Scott is survived by: his
wife Katie Scott of Hawthorne;
two daughters, Amanda Lee Scott
of Hawthorne and Barbara Jean
Mann of Lake Butler; three sons,
Richard Allen Clark, William
Edwip Scott Jr. and Eric Jerome
Scott, all of Hawthorne; four
brothers, Neal Scott, T.D. Scott,
Julian Scott and Bruce Scott, all
of Starke; a sister Edwina Willis
of Orlando; '10 grandchildren
and three great-grandchildren.
He was preceded in death by
seven grandchildren killed in a
vehicle accident oy -Wednesday.
Arrangementsw4rfer under the
care of Williams-Thomas Funeral
Home in Hawthorne.
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OBITUARIES I


Rockledge; her parents James and
Doris Rowe of Lawtey; three
brothers, John F. Berry of
Detroit, Anthony Duhart of
Lawtey, Mikel L. Rowe of
Houston, Tonya E. Rowe and
Sidra L. Rowe, both of
Milwaukee, Wis. and Lisa R.
Lewis of Starke.
Funeral services for Mrs.
Wright will be held at 11 a.m. on
Saturday, Feb. 4, 2006, in True
Vine Outreach Ministries Church
in Starke with Elder Ross
Chandler and the Rev. Marva T.
Mitchell, eulogist. Interment will
follow in Peetsville Cemetery in
Lawtey under the care of Haile
Funeral Home of Starke.


Mr. Hutchins is survived by: Visitation will be held on
his wife Mary Jane Young Friday, Feb. 3, 2006, in True
Hutchins; two daughters, Karen Vine Outreach Ministries with
James of Ft. Lauderdale and family hour, 3-4 p.m. and friends
Becky Gattis of Apopka; two 4-8 p.m. The family will meet at
step-daughters, Karen F. Kirby of the home of Mr. and Mrs. James
Jay, Okla. and Alice M. Williams Rowe in Lawtey to form the
of Titusville; a son Paul C. cortege Saturday at 10 a.m.
Hutchins Jr. of Gainesville; a
step-son Buddy J. Williams of
Jay; 10 grandchildren and one Henry Hogan
great-grandchild. Henry Hogan,
Memorial services for Mr. JACKSONVILLE Henry
Hutchins were Jan. 28, 2006 in "Pete" Hogan, 63, died Thursday,
the DeWitt C. Jones Chapel with Jan. 26, 2006, at the home of his
relatives and friends conducting sister following a brief illness.
the services. Private interment A lifelong resident of
will be at a later date under the Jacksqnville, Mr. Hogan was
care of Jones funerala l Home of retired from the local Iron
Starke.." .. Workers Chapter #597.
Memorial contributions may Mr. Hogan is survived by: the
be made in memory of Paul C. mother of his children Joann
Hutchins to: Florida United Hogan; a son Gary Hogan of
Methodist "rldfren s Home, c/o Jacksonville; a daughter Melissa
rtDevelopment Department, 51 Clifton of Kentucky; a sister
Main Sti, Enterprise. FL 32725..
Pearl Martinez of Denver, Doris
S-- Blue, Linda Newsome, Pat
Leato Mn Woods, all of Jacksonville,
Leaton Vorgan Vickie Hogan-Sparrow of Lake
SSTARKE The Rev. Leaton Butler, Helen St. John of
Union Morgan III, 56, of Starke Jacksonville; a step-brother
died .Monday, Jtn. 30, 2006, at Tommy Bell; a step-sister Patty
.Haven Hospice of The Lakes in Meyer; his siep-mother Ann
. Palatka following an extended Hogan Baxter of Jacksonville;
illne. five grandchildren and two great
SBorn in Starke, Re%. Morgan grandchildren. He was preceded
.sered min the Florida National in death by a son Bobby Hogan,
.;Guard and %as employed with a sister Dorothy Hill, a brother
;,CSX Railroad He also ',as an ,Bud Hogan and his father and
.'ordained preacher and pastor of mother Henry and Virginia
.iBavless Highway Baptist Church. Hogan.
SRe Morgan" is survived by: Funeral services for Mr. Hogan
his wife Glenna Joyner Morgan were Jan. 30, 2006 in the Chapel
:of Starke; a daughter Karen of Hardage-Giddens Chapel
.Jackson of Starke; his father and Hills Funeral Home. Interment
!mother Leaton Morgan Jr. and followed in Chapel Hills
Marie Morgan of Starke; a Memory Gardens.
.brother Ralph Morgan of Starke, Memorial contributions may
-:a sister Sandi Melvin of Starke; be made to Community Hospice
and ivto grandchildren. He was of Northeast Florida. 4266
-preceded in death by a son Sunbeam Rd.. Jackson\ille, FL
2Leaton Llnion Morgan IV. 32257.
Funeral services for Rev.
*"Morgan will be held at II am.
.on Thursday. Feb. 2. 2006, at
SBavless Highway Baptist Church
^,w,ih the .Re.v. .Rpbert., o,iltis,... .
g officiiing. Burial will follow% in'
Mr osA & .la e Cemeter, under"" eo B
,care of Archie Tanner Funeral
"Home of Starke
,I Flowers are being accepted or
.donations may be made to Haven
i.Hospice of The Lakes, 6400 St.
Iohns Ave.. Palatka, FL 32177. F b rr

Agnes Watson
K KEYSTONE HEIGHTS -
&Ngnes C Watson, 91, of Keystone
Heights died Saturday, Jan. 28,
2006. at her residence following :* zir
. complications of Alzheimer's W ITH CARPE
disease W I R
Born in Miami, Mrs. Waison
no% ed to Melrose in 1936 and
3ater to Keystone Heights. She'. WeAl"so-at l
:.was a school teacher and co-
iwned Waison's Food Store with
e er husband until 1975 when'
1he retired. She was a member of' TIL|U
she Daughters of the American
ie solution, the United
daughters of the Confederacy ,_ w o
.nd the Ke'.stone Ladies Golf
associationn. She was a Rotary
lub Paul Harris Fellow and
t.nember of Keystone Linited
Nlethodist Church. E
X Mrs. Watson is survived bN: her R
husband of 69 years AI Watson
ur. of Keystone Heights; a O
owning Park; a son Dr. Al
'ason Jr. of Houston; a sister
!Dorothv Harris of Dowling Park;
Sive grandchildren, eight great- r3L 21A73-03gQ
grandchildren and one great- ( -0399
reat-grandchild. She vwas M-F 8:30-5: Sat. 9-1
*)receded in death by a brother
-Halford Wright and two sisters.
%Mildred Charles and Kathy ....
kedfeamr
Memorial services for Mrs.
atson will be held at II a.m. on '
Saturday, Feb. 4, 2006. at
evstone United Methodist *
*hurch with Pastor Jeff Kantz
presiding. Burial will follow at. 3 a
Keystone Heights Cemetery
rnder the care of Moring Funeral
-ome of Melrose.
The family will receive friends
I the funeral home on Friday.
eb 3. 2006, from 6:30-8:30
Memorial contributions may 33' 0 )t
e made to Haven Hospice of
north Central Florida. 6400 St. .
pohn Ave.. Palaika, FL 32177. ',

patricia Wright ,
ti ROCKLEDGE Patricia Ann ,
*owe Wright. 46. of Rockledge ,
ied Saturday, Jan. 28. 2006, at *
er residence following an BlI l
tended illness. I UI F lo i
SBorn in Lawtey on July 17, Ie i
ockledge from Merritt Island. e tL
he was a registrei ed nurse at resid' A Bradfo Cru
olmes Regional Medical AllresidentsofAlachua, BradfUrd,iCotruc
center. She was a member of Mlt. Suwannee, and Union coun
ion AME Church of Lawley Starke Office 1371 S. Walnu
'here she sang in the choir. She .*, 0iosaref edeiAl'.,uoi h j'eJw s ausver,..rr,,I
workedd at' Shands AGH in s$',OOOO'sDorov'0oed 5~ essShaiein ui,.e a wh'etII
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husband Robert L W ght of 'ie',i, u'l i n' chlu nM,,m,"mdosi l u i us iOO u"


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Paul Hutchins
STARKE Paul Clifton
"Hutch" Hutchins Sr., 79, of
Starke died Thursday, Jan. 26,
2006, at Shands Starke following
an extended illness.
Born in Summerville, Ga. on
May 12, 1926, Mr. Hutchins was
a lifelong resident of Bradford
County. He was a member of First
United Methodist Church and
was a retired FFA adviser and
agriculture teacher at Bradford
High School. He was a former
code enforcement officer for the
city of Starke and served in the
U.S. Marine Corps in World War
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thanksfor everyone who took a
hand in helping take care of the
Mann children.
I was overwhelmed at all the people
who wanted to help us. It was so
very much appreciated. Without
their help we could not have
carried out the beautiful service for
the family, which was so much
appreciated by the family also.
There was so much love forpeople
they had never met.
Brother Scott Fisher and
Dr Harold Hudson made the
service a touching and sincere
event.
We have personally thanked the
funeral homes who helped us, but
we would like the whole community
to know who they were: Dees
Family Funeral Home in Lake City,
Guerry Funeral Home in Lake City
and Macclenny, Cory-Kerling
Funeral Home in Jacksonville, V
Todd Ferreira Funeral Service of
Macclenny, Moring Funeral Home
in Melrose and my staff who went
all out to help the family and myself
get through this difficult task. These
people took their time, used their
hearses orflower vans.
There were many more funeral
homes that called and wanted to
help.
I want to thank our community for
coming together and showing their
love and supportfor the family.
Anda special thanks to Terry's
employers, Marvin and Jon
Pritchett,for all their help, love.
and support of the family... thanks
...thanks ... thanks ...forGod
bringing us all together. ,
Sincerely
Doyle M. Archer
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WATSON
Continued from p. 1B

Aggie and her husband of
69-plus years, Al Watson Sr.,
and their family, son Dr. Al
Watson Jr. and daughter Agnes
Green, donated $2.8 million to
construct an educational center
in Keystone and established a
$600,000 endowed scholarship
that was matched by the state.
The Santa Fe Community
College Watson Center is
located on S.R. 21 between
Keystone and Melrose on a 42-
acre wooded site.
While Aggie has not seen
the center due to advanced
stages of Alzheimer's, Al said
before she deteriorated, Aggie
iWas pleased --With their
donation.
"She went to three different
schools in three years, and one
summer completed a degree in
education from the University
of Miami," said Al. It was
during that sufimer, Al and
Aggie met ,through his
.fraternity brothers while she
was attending the University of
Florida.
"Sometimes a person has
either intelligence or wisdom.
She had both," said Al.
At the end of the summer
when Aggie left for Miami, Al'


had an accident that put him in
the hospital. "She wrote me
every day I was there," said
Al. "I realized she was a lady
who cared, so I invited her up
to homecoming."
He said he had read books
about how a man sh9uldcbend
down on one knee to propose
marriage.
"I couldn't handle that," he
said. "So I kind of asked, 'Will
you keep house for me?'
Aggie said, 'No, but I'll marry
you.'"
That's when their lifelong
teamwork began. Aggie and Al
have always been equal
partners.
"We worked together as a
team in business, in our
spiritual lives and through our
charities," said Al.
In the early years of their
marriage, Aggie substituted at
the elementary school in
Melrose.
"She made $5 a day," said
Al. "She'd bring it back, I'd
buy more groceries and we'd
put some in savings."
In 1980, the"Our Country
Day committee asked Al to be
the grand marshal of the
Fourth of July parade. He said
he told them that he'd be a
grand marshal only if Aggie
was included.
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'ent," said Al. Recently,
country Day asked Al to
and marshal again. Al
ed because Aggie
't ride with him.
her own, Aggie had a
of interests. She won a
)f eight trophies as a
"Distance wasn't her
th (due to her petite
She was good on the
," said Al.
played bridge with a
of eight women. Al said
held a positive attitude
When she came home
bridge game, Al would
w she did.
r response would be, 'I
seventh best.' She
n't say, 'I was next to
said Al.
ie grew camellias, at
Lake Geneva home.
are 40 to 42 plants
d the house. Years ago,
was a Santa Fe Lake
it who judged camellias
er the south. "He'd go
s to buy camellias. He'd
one out and say, 'That's
1 plant,'" said Al. Aggie
t it.
showed her flowers 'at,
hal camellia showssi'
g a Best in Show awartd1
ear, Al said. Camellias
bloom profusely tidurfin'
inter, but' Al ,said tihe"
don't look half "sao6l --I
y did when Aggie 'caedi'e
m,
m 2000 until her death,
was a Hospice,'patient.
morial garden named,
's Garden, was dedicated
Hospice of the Lakes in
a commemorating a joint
on given by her.and Al
,h the Keystone Heights
Club.
ars ago, like most young
in Keystone Heights, I
d f r the Waisons in the,-
on rood Store," ,ssaljd
d architect Frank
th. "Aggie worked in the
She was not a wife that
I home. She was '-0
r. Al was the leader but
was always a patriter of
Aggie was always there."
said she was supportive
and they did everything
er.
day on the golf course
day with Aggie," said
th.k "That was different
most couples who tend to
time independently with
male friends or other
Lsfriends. -But -it-ypifies -
elationship. ',,
that thie; -Jwdhmenk with '-
en who had successful.
inds did not usually work,
th said. "Aggie was a


full-time partner.. By today's
standards, their relationship is
unusual, at best. You don't see
the continued partnership that
Al and Aggie had."
Also a sign of the times,
Aggie dressed properly. "You
didn't see Aggie at the grocery
store in jeans and a T-shirt.
She was carefully put together.
Cute as can be, very petite,"
said Walrath.
Nephew William "Huntley"
Redfearn Jr. said he
remembers Aggie as being a
hard worker and' frugal. One


day, he walked out of
Wharton's gas station when he
saw Aggie sitting in the car
working on a calculator. He
asked her what she was doing.
"She said, 'I'm checking my
gas mileage,'" said Redfearn.
"I said, 'With a big car like
that (a Lincoln Town car
sedan), what do you care about
gas mileage?"'
Up until Saturday, there
were only four people
currently living inside the city
limits who have lived here
longer than him, Redfearn


said.
"Now there are three: Uncle
Al, Lou Timmins and Gladys
Tillis. There aren't many
people left (to talk about
Aggie)."
Al said Aggie was a
thoughtful, loving, caring and
patient woman.
"Above everything else, she
was a lady," said Al.
A funeral service will be
held on Saturday, Feb. 4, at 11
a.m. at Keystone United
Methodist Church on SR-21 in
Keystone Heights.


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Goetzman and Edwards to wed


Janice and Fred Goetzman
of Keystone Heights announce
the engagement and upcoming
marriage of their daughter,
Shauna Lavne Goctzman of
Gainesville. to David Kevin
Edwards. son of Conny and
Kay Edwards of Gainesvillc.
The bride-elect is a graduate
of Keystone Heights High
School and Santa Fe
Community College. She is a
surgical technician in the main
operating room of North
FLorida Regional Medical
Center.
The groom-elect graduated
from Collierville High School
in Memphis. Tenn. and
Memphis State University. FHe
is employed in the family
business at SSI Agencies and
Ed's Dry Cleaning.
The wedding is set for 4:30
p.m. on Saturday, April 8,


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Shauna Layne Goetzman
and David Kevin Edwards
2006, at First United Methodist
Church in Gainesville.
Family and friends are
invited.


Jason McCullough and
Adam Edward George and Laura Owens
Kelly Jeane Stewart Jones


Jones and

George are

engaged
Alice Stewait of Keystone
Heights and William, Stewart
of Hollister announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Kelly Jeane Stewart Jones, to
Adam Edward George, son of
Viola and Harris George of
Palatka.
The bride-elect is a graduate
,f (the University of Florida in
photjournilism She is owner
otf KJ's Photograph and is a
member of Hope Baptist
Church ol Therea. .
,The groom-elect is' a
graduate ot St. Johns River-.
Community College. He is
miniNter of music and senior
adults at Christ Independent
Methodist Church in Palatka.
The wedding will be held at
Christ Independent Methodist
Church in Palatka at 4 p.m. on
Saturda\..Aug. 5. 2006.
A reception '..ill follow in
the church fellows.hip hall.
Family and friends are
in ited



BIRTHS













Jordon Skyler Clarke

Jordon Clarke
N1M.illisa and Daniel Clarke of
Lake Butler announce the birth
ot their son. Jordon SkIler
Clarke. on Jan. 15. 2006. in
Lake Cn\.
Maternal grandparents are
Susan Johnson of Lc\ngton,
KN. and Tim Johnson of Lake
Builer.
Maternal great-grandparents
are Mallisa \Walkr of
Lawrenceberg. K\ James
Campbell of Lexingion.
Geraldine Williams of Lake
Butler and the late Tommy
Williams.
Paternal grandparents are
Sandra Crews and Tommy
Clarke, both of Lake Buller.
Paternal great-grandparents
are Lucille Regar of Lake
Butler and the late Charlie
Regar and Ernestine Clarke of
Lake Buller and the late Elzie
Clarke.

BHS Class of 1996
Contact information is being;
collected for the Bradford High
School class of 1996. Go to
BHS96reunion@ hotmail.com
to submit.
Class reunion invitations
and details will soon follow.


Owens and

McCullough

are engaged
Timothy and Rozanne
Owens of Jacksonville
announce the engagement of
their daughter, Laura Owens,
to Jason McCullough of
Starke, son of Tommy
McCullough of Fairbanks and
Kathy Gunter of Starke..
The wedding is planned for
3 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 2,
2006, at First.Baptist Church
of Starke.
A reception will follow, the
ceremony at the Starke Golf
and Country Club.
Family and friends are
invited.


Benefit gala

set for
Heather
Smith
A benefit Valentine gala has
been planned for Saturday, Feb.
11. 6 p.m. until midnight, at
the Starke Golf and Country
Club for Heather Smith.
Tickets are $15 per person,
which includes food, dancing,
an auction and door prizes. A
deejay w ill provide music and
Karaoke.
A drawing w ill be held for a
CVA muzzleloader. Tickets are
$1 or I 1/$10. The winner will
be selected Feb. 1 I.
,Smith offerss from chronic
auto immune hepatitis.
Although she had a liver
transplant in 2001, her liver is
currently functioning at about
25 percent capacity. A second
transplant is imminent.
Smith is currently on
Medicaid. but not all of her
medical expenses are covered as
%ell as transportation. lodging,
food, etc.
Proceeds from this event are
tax-deductible and will be
forwarded to the National
Transplant Assistant Fund to
offset Smith's medical
expenses. Receipts will be
furnished upon request.
Call (904) 509-1867 or
:(352) 745-1956 for
information or to purchase
drawing tickets for the
muzzleloader.



B-U Vo-Tech
announces
new class
A new Core/C.N.A. class
will begin at Bradford-Union
Area Vocational Technical
Center on Tuesday, Feb 7, and
, complete May 25. The class
will run Monday through
Thursday, 4:50-9 p.m. Cost for
tuition, books and lab fee is
$401.69.
Call (904) 966-6769 to
schedule a TABE test or for
more information.


Elzie Sanders

Sanders
retirement

celebration set

for Feb. 17
A retirement celebration for
The. Honorable Elzie S.
Sanders, circuit judge, will be
held on Friday, Feb. 17, 5-7
p.m., at the Bradford County
Courthouse, second floor, in
Starke.
For 33 years, Sanders has
served the citizens of Bradford,
Baker, Union, Gilchrist, Levy
and Alachua counties.'
'The public is invited.

BHS Class of 1976
A reunion planning meeting
for the Bradford High School
class of 1979 is planned for
Saturday, Feb. 11, 12 noon, at
Sugar Tree Restaurant at
Kingsley Lake.
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Program for use by Southside
Elementary physical education
classes and after-school
programs.
Other scheduled stops on the
walk include the Starke Parks
and Recreation Department,
where a basketball
demonstration by after-school
program members will take
place. The final stretch will
lead to the Bradford County
Health Department where a
cookout sponsored by
Kiwanis, the Department of
Corrections and the health
department will take place,
followed by a closing
ceremony.
The public is encouraged to
participate in the health walk
and cookout.
Step Up Florida leaves
Bradford County and travels to
Alachua County where the
ceremonies will begin again on
Monday, Feb. 13, in
Gainesville.
Additional information on
Step Up Florida can be found
Sont, he Florida Department of
Health's Web site at
www.doh.state.fl.us, or call the
' Bradford County Health
r Department at (904) 964-7732,
ext. 133.



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the really important things
in life, there'd be a
shortage of fishing poles.
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sundial in the shade?
-Benjamin Franklin



NOTICE OF LAND USE
CHANGE
The Board of County Commissioners of Bradford
County, Florida, proposes to change the use of land
within the area shown on the map below, by amending
the Future Land Use Plan Map of the Bradford County
Comprehensive Plan, hereinafter referred to as the
Comprehensive Plan, as follows:
(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 and Southeast 7th Avenue.
Containing 160.00 acres, more or less.

BRADFORD COUNTY


Lowtey

R 050705 A to Stor



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R O50622 A
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The first of two public hearings concerning the amend-
ment will be held on February 16, 2006 at 6:30 p.m., or
as soon thereafter as the matter can be heard, in the
County Commission Meeting Room, County
Courthouse located at 945 North Temple Avenue,
Starke, Florida.
The.public hearing may be continued to one or more
future dates. Any interested party shall be advised that
the date, time and place of any continuation of the public
hearing shall be announced during the public hearing
and"that no further-notice concerning-the matter-will be
published.
The public hearing are being conducted by the Board of
County Commissioners to consider transmittal of the
amendment to the Florida Department of Community
Affairs.
At the aforementioned public hearing, all interested per-
sons may appear and be heard with respect to the
amendment on the date, time and place as referenced
above.
Copies of the amendment are available for public
inspection at the Office of the Director of Zoning, County
Courthouse North Wing located at 945 North Temple
Avenue, Starke, Florida, during regular business hours.
All persons are advised that, if they decide to appeal any
decision made at the public hearing, they will need a
record of the proceedings and, for such purpose, they
may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the pro-
ceedings is made, which record includes the testimony
and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based.







Page 6B TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR--B-SECTION Feb. 2, 2006


CRIME


Lake City
man faces
charges
in Bradford-
A Lake City man was
arrested Jan. 28 after deputies
were called at 1:45 a.m. to
George's Bar on S.R. 16, west
of Starke, where a man was
brandishing a gun.
Nicholas James Carter was
escorted from the bar after he
was identified as the one with a
gun, according to Deputy
Joseph Jones. He admitted to
having a gun but refused to be
handcuffed, striking the deputy
in the face, Deputy Jones said.
Carter then attempted to go
into his right pant's pocket at
which time the deputy .hit
Carter. After being handcuffed,
the deputy found a loaded
Beretta .32 handgun in Carter's
pocket. To patrons from the.
bar stated Carter had threatened
them with his gun, .Deputy
Jones said.
Carter, 25, was charged with
battery on law enforcement
officer,- carrying a concealed.
weapon and two counts
aggravated assault with a
deadly weapon.
Carter remains in custody
S under a $100,000 bond.

Two charged
after man
robbed
at his home
Two men ha\e been charged
with robberN after taking
money from a man in Lake
Butler.
Jonathan Lamar Rawls, 22,
and Dontral Devon Goolsby,
19. are charged with
approaching the victim at his
home. One of the men pointed
a gun at the victim and
demanded money while the
other man waited in the car,
Deputy Mac Johns said. After
they received a small amount
of cash they fled the area, but
were identified through
investigation, Deputy Johns
said.
The victim had been
approached by one of. the
sup-etts earlier at ancither.,
location: Drugs apparently s
played a part in the robbery but
the stories vary in details,
Deputy Johns said.
Raw Is was located and
arrested Jan. 24 by Deputy
Johns. The mask and a black
toy handgun used by the
suspects in the robbery were
found in Rawls' apartment,
Deputy Johns said.
Goolsby of Raiford has not
been arrested as of press time,
Deputy Johns said..

Lawtey man
threatens to
stab victim,
gets arrested
A Lawtey man was arrested
for burglarizing a -home and
threatening'the victim with a
knife.on Jan. 21.
Kenneth Silcox is charged
with creating a disturbance at a
residence he had entered
without permission, Deputy
Robbie Watkins said. Silcox
forced open a door to a
bedroom where he found an ex-
girlfriend hiding. During an
argument Silcox armedhimself
with a steak knife and


threatened to stab the
homeowner, Deputy Watkins
said. The homeowner fled from
Silcox and hid in the woods
where he called 911 for help,
Deputy Watkins said.
Deputies were unable to
locate Silcox when they
arrived.
Silcox, 37, was arrested Jan.`
25 for armed burglary of a
dwelling, aggravated assault
and domestic battery, Deputy
Watkins said. Bond was set at
$25,000.

Lake Butler
man arrested
in Starke
A 34-year-old Lake Butler
man was arrested Jan. 30 in
Starke for stealing from Wal-
Mart.
Tyrone Deon Davis removed
a wireless phone from .its
packaging, concealed it on his
person and left the store
without paying, according to '
Sgt. Donald Spriggle. Value of
the phone was $71.61. .
Davis was charged with retail:
and felony theft His criminal
history revealed subsequent
convictions of larceny. Sgt.
Spriggle said.
The theft occurred just after.
midnight, Sgt. Spriggle said'.

Raiford man.
charged after,
crash
A 26-year-old Raiford man
w'as arrested Jan. 27 in Starke
after wrecking his vehicle .
Stephen Troy Arnold was
located near the scene of a
vehicle in the ditch on S.R.
100, according to Officer Paul
King A 1999 Tahoe had ran
over a chain link fence.
causing extensive damage,
bet'oeen Whispering Oaks and
Orangewood Apt., Officer
King said.
Arnold fled officers when
they attempted to question
him. When he was apprehended
he smelled strongly of an
alcoholic beverage and his eyes
were bloodshot. He refusedto
admit to being the driver-of the
wrecked vehicle, Officer King
said.


violation of probation. Bond county jail and battery with no
was set at $50,000. bond.


Mathis Charles Jackson, 48,
of Lake Butler was arrested
Jan. 26 by Union Deputy
George Green for aggravated
battery. Jackson is charged
with hitting the victim in the
head with a pool stick during a
confrontation at Pop's Juke.
The victim was taken to Lake
Butler Hospital where she
received two stitches to her
head, Deputy Green said. The
incident occurred just before
midnight.
Abraham Gordon, 24, of
Starke was arrested Jan. 26 by
Bradford Deputy Robbie
Watkins for domestic battery.
Gordon : is. charged with
striking the victim during a
verbal altercation. Gordon was
injured by a lamp the victim',
: was using to defend herself,
Deputy Watkins .said. 'Bond
was set dt $25,000.
,Jorge Luis TorresIe,*'l of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Jan. 24 by Clay Dep.4y N..
Kraus for domestic battery
Torres is 'charged 'ith
punching the victim in'th pCate
during an argument 4..euty,
Kraus said. *
i Syveloa: D. Jackson, .2 of
Starke was arrested Jan'.. by
Starke Officer Sha'n l B.
Brown for burglary and batter.
Jackson is charged. vith
entering and remabibtgihi a
structure without thS gictinm'S
permission. While t, jshe-'
struck the victim, Officer
Brown said. A $25.000 surety
bond was posted for Jaokls n's
release from custody...jp. 1'
Charles Callaway, Ii of;
Keystone Heights was' arrested
Jan. 30 by Clay depuliesi for;
loitering or prowling. t- ,,
Bryan Archer, 30, of
Hampton was arrested Jan. 24
by Florida Highway Patrol
Trooper Jason Barry for
possession of crack cocaine.
He was released from custody
aftr a $15,000 surety bond
was posted.
William Hamilton, 47, of
rateSr* U= w T an 2) kb


Witne. e..; g"a ,ay.
crash stntted" t l s .-
e\.it the c e er pro
King said. with no bond.Duri a ch
Arnold was charged with the officer found a mijuana
resisting arrest without pipe, and Hamilton was
violence and as a habitual additionally dihnd with
traffic violator, Officer King possession of dng
said. He was released from paraphernalia. Bond was st at
custody after a $10,000 surety $1,000.
bond was posted.


Recent
arrests
in Bradford,
Clay or Union
The following individuals
were arrested recently by local
law enforcement officers in
Bradford. Clay (Keystone
Heights area) or Union
County:
Edward A. Grover, 35, .of
Hampton was arrested Jan. 27'
by Bradford Sgt. Ron Davis
and Deputy Thomas Sapp for
aggravated child abuse. Grover
is charged with beating the
victim on Jan. 23 causing
serious injuries, Sgt. Davis
said. He Was arrested following
an investigation into the
allegations. Grover was
additionally charged with


Pearl Van Echteld, 46, of
Keystone Heights, was arrested
Jan. 29 by Clay deputies on a
warrant for uttering a forged
check.
Tracy D. Davy, 36; of Siarke
%%as arrested Jan. 28 by
Bradford Deputy Drew' Moore
for contempt of court no valid
driver's license. She was
released from custody after a
$219 cash bond was posted.'
Sandra Monique, 1ampton,
30, of Starke was' arrested Jan.
28 by Officer Brown on a
Warrant for aggravated battery
with bodily harm. A $15,000
surety bond was posted for her
release from custody.
Dennis Tyler, 38, of Starke
was arrested Jan.' 28 by
Bradford Deputy Josh Luke for
violation of probation
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Bobbie Jo Tyler, 35, of
Starke was arrested Jan. 28 by
Bradford Deputy Lee Garnto for
failure to appear attempted
aggravated assault. She was
released from custody after a
$4,000 surety bond was
posted.
Edward A. Grover, 38, of
Hampton was arrested Jan. 27
by probation officers for
violation of probation,
Michael Callaway, 45, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Jan. 26 by Clay deputies on a


warrant for cultivation of
marijuana.
Phelim Berry, 18, of Melrose
was arrested Jan. 25 by Deputy
Garnto for failure to appear
possession of marijuana and
resisting arrest without
violence. Berry was transported
to Alachua County.

Tony Rossin, 32, of
Jacksonville was arrested Jan.
24 by FHP Trooper M.D.
King for failure to appear to
pay child support. Total bond
was set at $6,000. Rossin was
released on his own
recognizance.


James Robert Hunt, 20, of
Lake Butler was arrested Jan.
24 by Union Lt. H.M.
Tomlinson on a warrant for
failure to appear. Bond was set
at $2,500.
Juliette Houser, 43, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Jan. 25 by Clay deputies on a
warrant for issuing worthless
check.

Gerald Sims, 40, of
Jacksonville was arrested Jan.
24 by Trooper King on a
warrant for larceny from Duyal
County. .Bond was set at
$10,003.


NOTICE OF LAND USE CHANGE
The Board of County Commissioners of Bradford County, Florida, proposes to change
the use of land within the area shown on'the map below, by amending the Future Land
Use Plan Map of the Bradford County Comprehensive Plan, hereinafter referred to as
the Comprehensive Plan, as follows:
(1) R 050622 A, an application by Craig W. Patterson and Timothy W. Buffkin, to
amend the Future Land Use Plan Map of the Comprehensive Plan by changing the
future land use classification from RESIDENTIAL, LOW DENSITY (leAs than or equal
to 2 dwelling units per acre) to COMMERCIAL on property described, asfollows:
Tax Parcel No. 00945-0-00000 ,,, .
A parcel of land. lying within Section 24, Township 7 South, Range 21 East, B'radford
County, Florida. Being more particularly described, as follows: The Northeast 1/4 of
the Northeast 1/4 of said Section 24 lying East of U.S. Highway 301 (State Road 200).
Excepting therefrom any portion owned by the State of Florida.
Containing 33.00 acres, more or less.
(2) R 050705 A, an application by Bryanr K. and Angela K. Nazworth, to amend the
Future Land Use Plan Map of the Comprehensive Plan by changing the future land
use classification from AGRICULTURAL-1 (less than or equal to 1 dwelling unit per 15
acres) to AGRICULTURE-2 (less than or equal to 1 dwelling unit per 5 acres)i on pro-
perty described, as follows:
Tax Parcel No. 00145-0-00000
A parcel of land lying within Section 23, Township 6 South, Range 20 East, Bradford
County, Florida. Being more particularly described, as follows: Commence at the
Southeast corner of the Southwest 1/4 of the Northeast 1/4 of said Section 23 for the
Point of Beginning; thence North 89055'54" West along the Southerly boundary of the
Southwest 1/4 of the Northeast 1/4 of said Section 23 a distance of 1,156.68 feet to the
Easterly right-of-way of Southwest 137th Avenue, a County graded road; thence North
01 :39'25" West along said Easterly right-of-way of Southwest 137th Avenue 395.93
feet; thence North 06'09'42" West along said Easterly right-of-way of Southwest 137th
Avenue 628.84 feet; thence North 73C00'00" East 240.96 feet; thence North 0014'37"
East 236.34 feet to the Northerly boundary of the Southwest 1/4 of the Northeast 1/4 pf
said Section 23; thence South 89045'23" East along the Northerly boundary of the
Southwest 1/4 of the Northeast 1/4 of said Section 23 a distance of 1,005.17 feet to the
Easterly boundary of the Southwest 1/4 of the Northeast 1/4 of said Section 23; thence
South 00"02'30" West along the Easterly boundary of the Southwest 1/4 of the
Northeast 1/4 of said Section 23 a distance of 1,324.87 feet to the Point of Beginning.
Containing 35.06 acres, more or less.
AND
Tax Parcel No. 00145-0-0Q.IQl ,n,. .'- *"- ... .. ia.. <.
_39arce I ay Jvithi; Se.tion 23,.Township 6 South, 'Range 20,East, Bradford
County, Florida. Being more particularly 'described, as"fdllows: Codmmehe"'a f'the
Northeast corner of the Northwest 1/4 of the Southeast 1/4 of said Section 23 for the
Point of Beginning; thence South 00003'34" East along the Easterly boundary of the
Northwest 1/4 of the Southeast 1/4 of said Section 23 a distance of 69.60 feet to the
Northerly right-of-way of County Road 235; thence South 50017'13" West along said
Northerly right-of-way of County Road 235 a distance of 325.57 feet; thence North
00003'34" West parallel with said Easterly boundary .of the Northwest 1/4 of the
Southeast 1/4 of said Section 23 a distance of'277.97 feet to the Northerly boundary of
the Northwest 1/4 of the Southeast 1/4 of said Section 23; thence South 89055'15"
East along the Northerly boundary of the Northwest 1/4 of the Southeast 1/4 of said
Section 23 a distance of 250.66 feet to the Point of Beginning.
Containing 1.00 acre, more or less.
All said lands containing 36.06 acres, more or less.
BRADFORD COUNTY
Public hearings concerning the amend-
ments to consider the enactment of ordi-
nances to adopt the amendments will be -
held on February 16, 2006 at 6:30 p.m.', or L. ao,,
as soon thereafter as the matters can be
heard, in the County Commission Meeting Ro050705 As S.-
Room, County Courthouse located at 945
North Temple
Avenue, Starke, Florida. The title of said
ordinances read, as follows: 1c rooker
AN ORDINANCE OF BRADFORD WTON
COUNTY, FLORIDA, AMENDING THE 0 5 "2
BRADFORD COUNTY '
COMPREHENSIVE PLAN; RELATING
TO CHANGING -THE LAND. USE ;
CLASSIFICATION OF MORE THAN TEN.
ACRES OF LAND, PURSUANT TO AN APPLICATION, R 050622 A, BY THE
PROPERTY OWNERS'OF SAID ACREAGE., TO AMEND THE FUTURE LAND USE
PLAN MAP OF THE BRADFORD COUNTY COMPREHENSIVE PLAN, UNDER THE
AMENDMENT PROCEDURES ESTABLISHED IN SECTIONS 163.3161 THROUGH
163.3215, FLORIDA STATUTES, AS AMENDED; PROVIDING FOR CHANGING THE
LAND USE CLASSIFICATION FROM RESIDENTIAL, LOW DENSITY (LESS THAN
OR EQUAL TO 2 DWELLING UNITS PER ACRE) TO COMMERCIAL OF CERTAIN
LANDS WITHIN THE UNINCORPORATED AREA OF BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA; PROVIDING SEVERABILITY;" REPEALING ALL ORDINANCES IN
CONFLICT; AND' PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
AN ORDINANCE OF BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA, AMENDING THE
BRADFORD COUNTY COMPREHENSIVE PLAN; RELATING TO CHANGING THE
LAND USE CLASSIFICATION OF MORE THAN TEN ACRES OF LAND, PURSUANT
TO AN APPLICATION, R 050705 A, BY THE PROPERTY OWNERS OF SAID
ACREAGE, TO AMEND THE FUTURE LAND USE PLAN MAP OF THE BRADFORD
COUNTY COMPREHENSIVE PLAN, UNDER THE AMENDMENT PROCEDURES
ESTABLISHED IN SECTIONS 163.3161 THROUGH 163.3215, FLORIDA
STATUTES, AS AMENDED; PROVIDING FOR CHANGING THE LAND USE
CLASSIFICATION.FROM AGRICULTURE-1
(LESS THAN OR EQUAL TO 1 DWELLING UNIT PER 15 ACRES) TO
AGRICULTURE-2 (LESS THAN OR EQUAL TO 1 DWELLING UNIT PER 5 ACRES)
OF CERTAIN LANDS WITHIN THE UNINCORPORATED AREA OF BRADFORD
COUNTY, FLORIDA; PROVIDING SEVERABILITY; REPEALING ALL ORDINANCES
IN CONFLICT; AND PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE
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 notices concerning
the matter will be published.
At the aforementioned public hearing, all interested persons may appear and be heard
with respect to the 'amendment on the date, time and place as referenced above.
Copies of the amendment are available for public inspection at the Office of the
Director of Zoning, County Courthouse North Wing located at 945 North Temple
Avenue, Starke, Florida, during regular business hours.


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In April 2003, Islar was told
to close the account and
received a letter signed by State
Attorney Bill Cervone to that
effect. A letter dated Nov. 2005
was sent to the state attorney
from the bank where the
account was located, indicating
_.ere was an outstanding
balance due. A check .of the
account .reealbd it had never


been closed. The state attorney
contacted FDLE for
investigative assistance after
receipt of the letter. The
investigation disclosed that
Islar had been using the account
to pay for personal purchases
beginning in February 2004.
On Dec. 5, Islar was
interviewed by FDLE and
admitted to taking money from


the account and using it for his
own personal gain. That same
day, Islar committed suicide in
his home.
The amount of money taken
by Islar from the SIU bank
account was $16,414.87 and a
balance of $3,670.74 was owed
to a business on Islar's behalf.
The total amount of money
misappropriated by Islar was
estimated at $20,085.61.


Recent arrests
inllra ford,
Clay ow Union.
The followingg individuals
wciries t accently by local
law 'eas 6l'.n t, olfhicers in
Bra Id:l'otI. ?t Iy. (Kcytsonc
Heights area) or Union
County:

Elizabeth Howell, 38, of-
Keystone Heights was arrested
Jan. 24- flay deputies for
failure .to'i appear worthless
check.
Bright Ugiagbe, 3,2, of
Orange Park \'as arrested Jan.
25 by Bradfrd Deputy David
Thoinpson' for violation of
probation burglary.
Da\id Delk, 47, of
Jackson\ille',was arrested Jan.
25 bi Deptity Thompson for
violation of probation burglary)
of a structure.

Scott Suits,. 32, -of Lawtey
was arrested Jan. 25 by
Bradford Deputy Lori Jestes for
violation of probation grand
theft.

Traffic
Sonny Avery, 35, of Starke


bond was posted for his release knowledge and expired license.
from custody. Bond was set at $1,000.
George Little, 51, of Bartow ,,
was arrested Jan. 25 by Manoihew Hargis. 22. of
Hampton. officers for DWLS;. Keystone Heights was arrested i5
He w.as released from custody 'Jan. 17 by Clay deputies on a'
after a $2,500 surety bond was warrant for violation dfofi
posted. probation reckless driving. '.


Samuel Moore, 29, of
Keystone Heights -was arrested
Jan.' 24 by Clay deputies for
DWLS.,
Alan Jowanna, 21 of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Jan 27 by Clay deputies for
DWLS.
Adam' Sitek, 21, of-
Keystone Heights was arrested
Jan. 29 by Clay -deputies for
DWLS.'
Christopher Eugene Smith,
23. of Lake Butler was arrested
Janm 28 by Bradford Sgt.
Wayne NMclntire on a warrant
from Union County for failure
to appear DWLS. He was
released after a $5,000 surety
bond w'as posted.
Michael Mayo, 37, of Ocala'
was arrested Jan. 23 by
Bradford Deputy Jason Clark
for violation of probation
DWLS.


Jame Pierce. 23. of Keystone
Heights was arrested Jan. 21 by
Cla) deputies on a warrant, for.
failure to appear from Alachua,
County and on Jan. '22 for
violation of probation DWLS. ;i
Adam Rosier, 44, of Starke',
%as arrested Jan. 17 by Starke.i.
Officer Mark Lowery for
violation of probation DWLS., '
n
Daniel Fountain, 21, of:
Jacksonville was arrested Jan.-
17 for, failure to appear
violation of probation DWLS.
A $4,000 surety bond was :.
posted for his release from
custody.
Wesley Bailey. 19, of Lawtey
was arrested Jan. 17 by Bradford
Deputy Matt Watson for failure
to appear possession of alcohol
by a minor, DWLS, violation
of probation disorderly
intoxication and DUI. Total
bond was set at $19,000.


was arrested Jan. 28 by Ofuficer William D. Marchant. 3'bP' "'- ;
i.o)rgwii ,Ave-0i6ving under, rtood Je i4wav aIi itt-M anarIn'a fwFDLE& Cp O
i mnfluence.-- Avery's -blood.- "2-7 -by- Brddfofd Sgt: EJ.- Kiser- -, ,- .,- "'
alcohol level was .14 percent. on a capias for failure to appear inVestigation
Averyv's vehicle was seen DWLS. Bond was set at into SIU theft
crossing the center lane on $9,000, which includes a bond o IU
S U.S. 301 before it made a U- surrender. The Florida Department of
b. turn and ended up on the Law Enforcement has concluded
d sidewalk. Officer Brown said. its investigation of former
Bond was set at $1,000. David Michael Boyd, 40, of State Attorney Investigator
Jacksonville was arrested Jan. Mark A. Islar- and his
:Lori. Smith, 34, of Starke 22 by Officer Crosby for involvement in the possible
was arrested Jan. 24 by driving while license suspended theft of monies from a Special
b Trooper Barry for driving or revoked (DWLS) and on a Investigations Unit (SIU) bank
while license suspended or warrant from Pasco County for account.
revoked (DWLS). A $2,000 failure to appear solicitation. The SIU, established in the
surety bond was posted for her Total bond was set at $1,013. mid-1990s as a multi-.county
release from custody. narcotic task force included
Marcia Morgan, 28, of officers from police
.Garry Goetzman, 18, of Gainesville was arrested Jan. 17 departments and sheriff's offices
Lav iev was arrested Jan. 24 by by Officer Crosby for DWLS. in Baker, Bradford and Union
Starke Officer Stephen Murphy A $500 cash bond was posted counties. Islar was the head of
for DWLS. He was released for her release, the unit, representing the state
after a $500 surety bond was attorney. A bank account for
posted. Pamela Crawford Baker. 45, the SIU was opened in August
of Starke was arrested Jan. 22 1993 as a repository for money
Delbert Lofton, 18. of by Sgt. White for DWLS with obtained by the unit from
Melrose was arrested Jan. 25 knowledge. A $2,500 surety 'seizures, probation and parole
by Clay deputies for DWLS. bond was posted for her release costs from arrested individuals
from custody. and restitution paid to the Clerk
Abraham Gordon. 24, of of the Court. Islar received
Starke was arrested Jan. 23 by Beau" P. Jackson, 26, of checks from these sources and
Starke Officer William Murray Starke was arrested Jan. 22 by would deposit them into the
for DWLS. A $500 surety Officer Hooper for DWLS with account.



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Steel Mill Road (Southeast 44th; Street).. Driver of the truck, Lester
Willingham, 59, of Starke was transported. to Shands Starke for injuries,
not thought to be serious, according to a Florida Highway Patrol
spokesperson.


Wing, Starke, Florida, during regular business hours.
All persons are advised that, if they decide to appeal any decision made at the public
hearings, they will need a record, of the proceedings and, for such purpose, they mlay
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.: .


NOTICE OF ZONING CHANGE
The Board of County Commissioners of Bradford County, Florida proposes to amend
the text of the Bradford County Land Development Regulations, as amended, herei-
nafter referred to as the Land Development Regulations, within the area shown on the
map below, as follows:
(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 discontinutig the
inon-conforming status of a wrecking yard 'at the time the use ceases; and adding a
new Section 4.2.37 Non-conforming Wrecking Yards which establishes regulations for
nonqonforming wrecking yards that require they be enclosed by an eight footvpaque
Npig,,,wall or landscape buffer and not allow galvanized metal fencing, reqdire land-
scaping with 80 percent opacity along roadways in lieu of fencing, a 50 foot setback
from 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 Except ors, in
;Residential, Single Family (RSF) zoning districts, adding equine activities aid related
facilities; and by amending Section 4.9.4, entitled Prohibited Uses and StrUi1tures, in
.. idential,(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 S special
.Exceptions, in Residential, Mobile Home (RMH) zoning districts, adding equine.activi-
ties and related facilities. -
firs BRADFORD COUNTY
The first of two public hearings on the amend-
ments and to consider on first reading ordi-
nances adopting said amendments will be
held on February 16, 2006 at 6:30 p.m., or as /
soon thereafter as the matters can be heard, in
County Commission Meeting Room, County s Lawtey
Courthouse located at 945 North Temple
Avenue, Starke, Florida. The titles of said ordi-
nances shall read, as follows: Strk.,.
'ArN!W" cet7BR%, Rp CitNTYX
F'tIA,*9AMEMlNG THE BRADFORD yIn '
COUNTY LAND DEVELOPMENT
REGULATIONS, AS AMENDED; AMENDING
SECTION 2.1, ENTITLED DEFINITIONS, BY Brooker
DEFINING AUTOMOBILE WRECKING AND Hampton
AUTOMOBILE WRECKING YARD AND
CLARIFYING THAT IT DOES NOT INCLUDE E Cities
TEMPORARY STORAGE OF VEHICLES LES
TRANSPORTED TO THE SITE BY TOW MILES .
TRUCK AND WHICH ARE AWAITING o
REPAIR, AND AMENDING SECTION 4.17.4,
ENTITLED SPECIAL EXCEPTIONS IN AN INDUSTRIAL (I) ZONING DISTRICT, BY
REQUIRING WRECKING YARDS TO INSTALL AN OPAQUE FENCE OR WALL
BUFFER, MEET MINIMUM SETBACKS AND NOT TO BE LOCATED WITHIN A -
FLOOD ZONE A OR AE AREA; PROVIDING SEVERABILITY; REPEALING. ALL
ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT; AND PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
AN ORDINANCE OF BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA, AMENDING THE
BRADFORD COUNTY LAND .DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS, AS AMENDED;
AMENDING SECTION 2.1, ENTITLED DEFINITIONS, BY ADDING A NEW
DEFINITION OF INDUSTRIAL ZONING DISTRICT AND NON-CONFORMING
WRECKING YARD; BY ADDING SECTION 4.2.37, ENTITLED NON-CONFORMING
WRECKING YARDS WHICH ESTABLISHES REGULATIONS FOR NON-.
CONFORMING 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 FEDERAL, STATE OR COUNTY ROADS, AND A 25-FOOT
SETBACK FROM CONTIGUOUS PROPERTY LINES; PROVIDING
SEVERABILITY; REPEALING ALL ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT; AND PROVIDING
AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
AN ORDINANCE OF BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA, AMENDING'THE
BRADFORD COUNTY LAND DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS, AS AMENDED;
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
RESIDENTIAL,(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; PROVIDING
SEVERABILITY; REPEALING ALL ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT; AND PROVIDING
AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
The public, hearings may be continued to one or more future dates. Any interested par-
ty shall be addvied that the date, time and place of any continuation of the public hear-
ings shall be announced during the public hearings and that no further notice concern-
ing the matters will be published.
At the aforementioned public hearings, all interested persons- may appear and be
heard with respect to the amendments on the date, time and place as referenced
above.
Copies :of ite.amendments are available for public inspection at the Office of the
Directorof Zoning, County Courthouse located at 945 North Temple Avenue,, North


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Open house planned for hunting proposal


An open house to gather
public input on a draft plan for
reopening the south post of
Camp Blanding for hunting is
scheduled for Tuesday, Feb. 7,
from 6:30-8:30 p.m., at the
Clay County Fairgrounds,
2497 S.R. 16 West, in Green
Cove Springs.
The Camp Blanding Joint
Training Center and the Florida
Fish and Wildlife Conservation
Commission have created a
proposal that could reestablish
access to the south portion of
the post for hunting. Since
Sept. 11, 2001, the lands in the
Camp Blanding Wildlife
Management Area lying south
of S.R. 16 have been closed by
fthe Department of Military
Affairs. These lands, needed
for training exercises and troop
mobilization, are under tight
security that prohibits
recreational access under the


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Proposed sill hunt area
Archery areas
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current hunting format.
While the closure resulted in
the loss of all recreational
access to the south post,
"hunting has been allowed in
traditional hunting areas on
north post," said Col. Ben
Nelson, Camp Blanding Joint
Training Center commander.
He said Florida Department of
Military Affairs and FWC
staffs have maintained
communications in an effort to
. reopen the closed area.
"It is the intent of the Florida
National Guard to consider the
interests of our citizens while
also satisfying our state and
federal mission requirements,"
Nelson said. "Our agency has
been proactive in formulating,
this proposal which reflects the
Florida National Guard's
posture in being supportive of
the interests of our citizens."
According to Roland Garcia,


director of FWC's North
Central Region, based in Lake
City, "Camp Blanding is still
under heightened force
protection and will remain so
for the foreseeable future. This
makes it unacceptable for the
public and their equipment
(including dogs) to encroach
on sensitive areas of the post,
including the artillery impact
area and the closed portion of
the post that lies south of S.R.
16 and west of D Avenue. For
this reason, it is necessary to
relocate the deer-dog hunting
area from its previous location
if we are to proceed with
reopening the south post."
The proposal to reopen the
south post for the 2006-07
hunting season would require
changes to rules and hunting
formats, including locations of
current still and dog hunt areas
and locations where special


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quota hunts would take place.
The proposal provides for the
same types and amount of
hunting days that currently
exist for still hunting, while
adding the deer-dog hunting
format back into the hunting
scheme.
On Dec. 23, 2005, FWC staff
mailed a "request for.
comments" to approximately
1,050 individuals who had
applied for quota permits for
the Camp Blanding WMA.
The purpose of the letter was to"
request public comments on a
proposal to switch the dog and
still hunt areas. As of Jan. 18,
Commission staff had received
119 letters and e-mails; 90 (75
percent) supported the
proposal, 9 (8 percent)
supported the proposal but
suggested changes, and 20 (17
percent) did not support the
proposal. Staff also received
two petitions, one with 27
signatures and another with 58
signatures, supporting the
proposal.
The proposal and map of the
Area are available at:
myfwc.com/whatsnew/05/nort
hcentral/blanding.html.
"This plan retains all of the
current still-hunting
2, opportunities, reinstates deer-
- dog hunting, is acceptable to
FWC from a biological
perspective, is acceptable to
Camp Blanding from a security
perspective and reopens 'the
south post," Garcia said. "We
are fast-tracking the process for
these changes so we can,
provide the new format for
next hunting season. If this
proposal is not acceptable to a
significant portion of our.
constituents, FWC will need
additional time to rework the
proposal."
That would mean necessary
changes would not take place
in time for reopening the south
post for the 2006-07 hunting
season.
"We hope the hunters who
want to use the area will
support this proposal. We
strongly believe this plan is in
the best interest of all
concerned parties, especially
the hunting community. All
comments and suggestions
received will be used by staff to
develop a final
recommendation," Garcia said.
FWC staff will present an
overview of this proposal-to,.
-.commissioners ar the Feb. 1-2
commission meeting in
Gaines% ille.
"We plan to present staff's
final recommendation at the
April 5-6 commission meeting
in Tallahassee. If changes are
adopted, they would become
effective July I, 2006," Garcia
said.


Bea Hildreth and Dorothy Dowdy, who are both
home and community educators, show off one of the
lap robes made and distributed to residents at
Bradford Terrace and to dialysis patients.


BC Extension club


stays busy in


community


December was a busy month
for the Home and Community
Educators club of the Bradford
County Cooperative Extension
Service, which was involved in
several community service
projects.

Club members made and
delivered 55 lap robes for ,
residents at Bradford. Terrace
and for patients at the local
dialysis clinic. They also
delivered food and' other items
to nursing homes over the
holiday.
Several club members also
supported the militarN by
taking part in a support day
sponsored by the -Family
Readiness Group. More than
133 troop and family members
from the 927"' HHD at Camp
Blanding attended the Dec. 10
event.

The following local
businesses and. individuals
donateditems for the Family
Support Day., Denmark -'

Anyone who is unable to
attend the open house Feb. 7 in
Green Cole Springs can send
additional comments to Karen
Parker, regional public
information coordinator,
Florida Fish and Wildlife


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Furniture, Chinas Restaurant,
the Romero family, Food Lion
and Winn-Dixie.
The Home and Community
Educators club is a group of
women that meets monthly at,
the Bradford County Extension
Service for educational .
programs on a variety of topics
of interests to women and the ,
elderly, and to coordinate ^
various extension community '
service projects. The Home
and Community Educators
program is a part of the ,
University of Florida/Institute
of Food and Agricultural
Sciences Extension and the
Bradford County Extension
Service.. "
All such programs, arte-,
available to anyone regardless'
of age, sex. religion, color,
race, disability, or national -;
origin. /

For more information on this I
organization, please cal (994),..
96&-6224

Conservation Commission,
3377 E. U.S. Highway- 90,.
Lake City. FL 32055. Also,
interested parties can send
comments via e-mail to j
karen.parker@MyFWC.com
before Feb. 9.
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ror. Dealers Welcome. 42 Motor Lum.na Van, cold ac. 1994 CHEVY1500pickup,
NWSa CR 225. St, at 6551 e Vehicles needs transmission work 177,000 miles, with tow-
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great, looks good,
$3800. Call 352-475-
5832.
UHAUL TRUCKS; 1990
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rebuilt auto trans, $5600;
1988 GMC C6000, 24ft,
.5sp trans, $4200; 1998
diamond plate 23ff trailer,
$2500. Call 352-473-
6233.,
1994 Lexis SG400, loaded,
pop up DVD, 5 CDi
changer, Italian rims, top
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intero, r$6500

45 Land for
Sale
2 MH LOTS IN High Ridge
Estates. 1 Lot has septic
asking $20,000, on
paved road. 1 lot without
$12,000. Also 13 x 6,
Utility trailer good for
hunting or camping,
$1200'OBO. Call 352-
473-7769, -
BUILDING LOTS for sale
Call 904-964-4172.

47 Commercial
Property
FOR LEASE OR sale. Ideal
location 2 parcels! 2800
.SQFT building with of-
fice, bam, mini storage,
5 acres, off of South 301.
Also 8. acres" partiallyy -
cleared Both lots 3/IOlrt
of a mdie Irom new
Waiman Call 904-964'
3827 for more informa-
tion.
COMMERCIAL/ RETAIL
space by Starke"Post
Office for f'trorlreasei


For more information
please call 904-964-
6305 and ask for John.
DOWNTOWN STARKE
professional offices for
rent. Conference room,
kitchen, utilities and more
provided. Call 904-964-
2616.
PROFESSIONAL OFFICE
space adjacent to the
courthouse, lease start-
ing at $300 per month.
Two (2) offices available
sizes are 13'6" x 13'9"
and 12 x 13'6". Call 904-
964-4111.
INDUSTRIAL PARK office/
warehouse 3000sq ft,
$750 per month, call
904-964-9222.
48 Homes for
Sale
EXCELLENT CONDITION
3BR/2BA, $89,000.
Great bargain for a great
neighborhood. Call Tracy
Henics at Campus Real-
ity 352-870-6410.
STARKE' MLS277068
3BR/2BA custom home,
11 acres, stocked pond,
1539 sq ft, with a 288 sq
ft screened in porch,
$425,000. Call Watson
Reality Corp. 904-553-
6333 or visit
www.thebhckusteam.com.
FOR SALE BY owner.
3BR/2BA, 2 car garage,


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enclosed pool. Must see.
166 SE 2no Ave,
Melrose, $247,000.
Lives larger than 1900
sqft. Call 352-473-9133.
FOR SALE BY owner.
3BR/2BA, 2 car garage,
enclosed pool. Must see.
166 SE 2nd Ave,
Melrose, $247,000.
Lives larger than 1900
sqf. Call 352-222-1624.
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2BA, large wooded 2/3
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4343. www.new
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home.Reduced to
$65,500! Call 904-964-
4111.

49 Mobile
Homes for Sale.
1991 HOMES OF Merit,
DWMH, 28x60, 3BR/
2BA, vinyl siding, FP,
large covered back
porch, very good condi-
tion. $20,000. You move.
Call 904-964-4020.
BRAND-NEW Jacobsen
5BR/3BA over
2000Sq.Ft.,18" Ceramic
Tile, finished drywall, 2 x
8, 2 x 6, 2 x 4 construc-
tion on all 16" centers.
Home only $76,900. Call
904-548-1480.
HILLIARD/INEW Jacobsen
32 x 48:3BR/2BA, set up
on 2 acres with well, sep-
tic & power pole in-
cluded, $734 per month.
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1996 DWMH
Merrit. 3BR/2
DW, washe
front porch &
clean, mus
$27,500 OBO
494-0124.
KEYSTONE
2BR/1BA old
well, septic a
6414 Bowdid
Ridge Estates
966-0494.
REDUCED2BR
MH on 1/4 ac
well, septic, I
front porch, c
large shed. C
only $29,50
starter home.
966-0494.
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Under new ownership!
Keystone Heights SR
100. Must have good
rental history. Call Rick
352-473-3569.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
2BR/1BA SWMH par-
tially furnished $410/mth
plus security and utilities.
Large 2BR/2BA SWMH,
CH/A, dishwasher. $460
per month plus security
and utilities. Lake
Geneva MH Park ON
SR 100. Under newown-
ership! Must have good
rental history. Call Rick
352-473-3569.
2BR/2BA FOR RENT, CH/
A, $550 per month, good
condition, no pets, first &
last plus deposit, lease.
Call 904-964-4111.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS for
rent, 3BR/2BA brick
home w/2 car garage.
$1100 per month, $1100
security deposit. Call
352-473-2947 or 904-
626-0874 for more infor-
mation.
CRYSTAL LAKE house for
rent, beautiful sunsets.
2BR/1BA on large lot.
$800 per month. Call
Lynde 904-234-4120.
2BR/1BA very clean, new
carpet & paint, in Starke
near park. $495 per
month plus deposit. Call
904-368-0832.
SPACIOUS 3BR/2BA with
fenced acre, .W/D, CH/A,
, huge kitchen, beautiful.
landscape. $700 per
month, First, last plus
$500 deposit. Must have
references. Call 352-
473-8170.
REMODELED 3BR/2BA SW,
on 1.5 acres, fenced,
$600 month plus deposit.
References required, call
386-445-6302.
SMALL OLDER 2BR/1BA
house with office, CH/A,
hear FSP, 4 acres
fenced, (bring horses)
storage building, Small
open barn, appliances..
$530 per month with dis-
count for early payment.
Lease, deposit, credit
check & riding mower
required. Call 904-259-
4126
OFFICE SPACE for rent
$350 to $650, 300 sq ft
to 750 sq ft. Townsend
House Business Center,
Lake Buller Call 386-
496-1878.
52 Animals and
Pets
LARGE GERMAN
SHEPARD pups. Large.
smart, trainable. ap-
proved nomes only. $200
each. Cal 386-496-1279
MISSING DOG little girls
best friend. Female
mixed breed 15 LBS
Black with brown spots.


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Economy Inn
Lawtey, FL
Daily $35 & up
Wkly$169 & up
Daily Rm Service
Microwave Cable
Refrigerator Local Phone
(904) 782-3332


FOR SALE
2 Parcels
13+ Acres in all
500 ft frontage on 301
South only 3/10 mile
from Super Walmart.
Office
2800 sq ft Building
Mini-storage and Barn
Ideal Location
Call (904) 964-3827


last seen, Jan 24th on
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Please call 904-782-
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MALE GREAT DANE in
need of a good home.
AKC registered. Inquire
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368-8169.
REGISTERED CHOCO-
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Sales
4 FAMILY SALE Fri & Sat
8AMTO1PM on 16 and
Conerly Estates, NW
182nd Way. Furniture, 2
computer desks, cloth-
ing, antiques, dishes &
shoes.
YARD SALE SAT FEB 4,
2099 SE 144th St. 8am,
to ? Go east on 100 to
Griffis Loop, turn left, go
to curve turn left on
144th, go to curve in
road on left. -.
2 FAMILY YARD sale. Fri
& Sat 8am to ? 4 miles
past Vo Tech, CR 229 to
NW 77th Place. Baby,
toddler, children,
women & menscloth-
ing, lots of house wares.
Call 904-368-0129.
MULTI FAMILY yard sale.
Sat, 8am to 2pm. Furni-
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more. 100 West to ST
RD 235 West, follow
signs.
SAT 9AM to 2PM & Sun
9am to 12pm. 183 Ter-
race, 100 to 225 aprox.
2.5 miles to 183 Terrace
on left. Baby girl, mens
& women clothes &
household items. '
YARD SALE FRI & SAT
8am to? 10021 NW CR
225. Clothes, electric
heater & a lot of hiS and
that.
YARD SALE SAT 8am to
2pm. Lots of everything,
children clothing, com-
puter desk and tires with
,rims.,SR 100 East to-
wards Keystone, go past
Tony's Food., 1st road n
the left.


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Sat 8am to 3prrt Griffis
Loop. New & used items.
MOVING SALE Sat &-Sun,
8am to ?, 300 N. Water
St. Rain or shine. Furni-
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cliner, dressers, books,
microwaves, games, an-
tique couch, treadmill,
lots of misc.
WORTHINGTON
SPRINGS Sat only Feb
4th only 8am to ? Furni-
ture, clothes, misc. Multi
family. 11911 SW 35th
way. Follow signs.
GARAGE SALE Sat 8am
to 1pm. Country Club,
across from golf course.
S15470 NE 14th Ave.
Clothes, linens, misc
items.
HUGE MULTI FAMILY
yard sale on prison
grounds, look for signs.
Sat Feb 4th, 7am to ?
SR 16, Raiford.
GARAGE SALE Fri & Sat
8am to 2pm. Lawtey,
628.NE 227th St. (Carter
Rd) Estate items, fumi-
tire, collectables, baby
items, canoe,etc. No
early birds.
BIG GARAGE SALE 3
families, off 21 B (across
from the dump). Friday
8:30 am to ?
YARD SALE Sat & Sun
7am to.? Feb 4th & 5th.
6485 Edwards Rd. Fur-
niture; dresser, mirror,
Queen beds, T.V.'s, golf
extras, clothes, house-
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Yard Sales
MULTI FAMILY yard sale,
Fri & Sat, 8am to 12pm,
1115 SE Lake Lane. Fur-
niture, electronics, baby
items, fishing gear &
cloths.
HUGE 3 FAMILY yard
sale, Sat 8am to 3pm.
Lots of everything, great
prices. 6278 Little Lake
Geneva Rd, Keystone
Heights.
HUGE RUMMAGE SALE
Fri 2/3 9am to 4pm, and
Sat 2/4 9am to noon.
Community Church and
Fellowship Hall (behind
Ace Hardware).
FRESH START FELLOW-
SHIP 7191 N SR 21.Fri
Feb 3rd 9am to 4pm, Sat
Feb 4th 9am to 1pm. Sat
$1 bag day.
SAT FEB 4TH 7am to3pm,
704 SE SR 100. Crib,
Changing table, furni-
ture, exercise equip-
ment, toys and beenie
babies.
BIG GARAGE SALE 3
families, off 21 B (across
from the dump). Friday
8:30 am to ?
57 For Sale
KENMORE WASHER and
dryer, new type $100
and up each, electric
stove, written guarantee,
free local delivery. For
appointments, call 904-
964-8801.
LARGE 6 DRAWER
dresser, all wood. 64"
wide x 35" high x 20"


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964-9644
STOVE almond with
brown trim, hotpoint
electric. Remodeling
kitchen. Good condition.
$125, Call 904-424-
3112, Starke.
RECREATIONAL WARE-
HOUSE bought for
$4000. Its a steal at
$1200, must move. Firm.
Large chest freezer 2
years $125. Call 952-
682-9744.
MATTRESS TWIN sets
$89, full sets $129,
Queen sets $159, King
sets $189. Mattress Fac-
tory, 441 East Brownlee
St. Carpets also- large
room size pieces. Save
a lot. Cash and carry.
Call Sonia at 352-473-
7173 or 904-964-3888.
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.
Canr deliver.I Sacrifice
$140. 'Call 352-372-
8588. '
BED.KI4G, SIZE Pilowlop
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,iln manufactures war-
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for $200. Call 352-372-
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2 nightstands, chest
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sacrifice for $1400. 352-
377-9846.
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sound Zenith 32" swivel
base, $600. Call 352-
682-9744
BED $100. NEVER USED
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pillowtop set. Still in plas-
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call 352-376-1600.
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Brian 352-264-9799.
BED BRAND NEW KING
Sacrifice $195. 3pc or-
thopedic pillowtop set.
Never used set, still
wrapped in plastic with
original warranty. Name
brand Posturecraft. Can
deliver call Brian at 352-
494-0333.
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BEDROOM CHERRY 7pc
set. All wood custom
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bed. All dovetail con-
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drawers. Never been
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$1300. Can deliver. Call
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all wood table. Leather
pockets, Italian 1" slate,
carved legs. Brand new
still in crate. Cost $4500
sell for $1350. Call 352-
246-9799.


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Tragic event brings close-knit community even closer


BY LINDSEY KIRKLAND
Telegraph Staff Writer
Sometimes it takes a tragic
event to unite a community.
For those of us who live in
Union County, however, we
know it's already about as
close-knit as you can get.
Or so everyone thought. /
The tragic accident that took
seven members of the Mann
and Scott families brought not
only grief, but an
overwhelming amount. of
support from the whole
community and surrounding
areas.
Skip's Delicatessen and
Specialty Shop, known simply
as Skip's, donated sandwiches.
Others cooked and delivered
food, and collected donations
for the families.
Barbara Carter, owner of
Barbara's Florist and Gifts,
said she had received 50
flower orders .on Monday
alone for the Manns' funeral.
"There were a gracious
number of people who called
[in orders]," she said. "Not just
the county, the whole United
States." Some calls came from
as far away as California and
Kansas.
If they couldn't send
flowers, they helped out in
some other way, she said.
Some sent the simplest gift of
all, a prayer.
After. 'asking ; permission
from Sheriff Jerry Whitehead,
Badcock Home Furniture &
More of Lake. Butler is
collecting monetary donations
for those children who were
injured on the school bus and
are still hospitalized. These
donations can be made in the
store at 710 E. Main St.
According to .a Florida
Highway Patrol accident
report, the nine children on the
bus were Cody Vaughn, 13,.


UC resident
recounts
accident

BY LINDSEY KIRKLAND
Telegraph Staff Writer
Not long after the accident
on. Wednesday, everyone
wanted to know what was
going on.
Parents showed up at the
scene, not sure if their child
was on the school bus or nbt.
One parent said she could not
remember if her child had;
practice for a sports team or
,not.
SLake Butler resident Chad
White, however, did not have
time to wonder about what
happened.
White, a truck, driver
himself, said he had come
home from a long trip and was
settling down back at his house
along S.R. 121, south of S.W.
75" Terrace.
That's when he heard a loud,
"hollow thud:
"It was so loud you probably
heard it in Bradford County,"
he said.
He went on to describe "an
eerie silence,". lasting about
two or three seconds.
After the silence was when
he heard something rolling
over onto the pine trees and
*cracking them, one after
.another.
White said he knew it was
something bad, but had no idea
.until he and his friend Kenny
Sluder ran out of White's
house and up the short dirt
road to S.R. 121.
"Oh my God!"
White said this was his first
reaction when he saw the
yellow school bus pressed
against the edge of the pine
trees. He yelled for his wife to
.,call911.
Children were scattered in
. .' the road crying or screaming
'or both.
"It's like a train wreck," he
:said.
All the motorists who were
ahead of or behind the accident
Stopped to help, he said. No
one kept going.
: The bus was approximately
-150 feet from the point of
impact, according to the
Florida Highway Patrol report.
This and the scene itself
*explain why White did not see
the 1993 Pontiac Bonneville at


first.

See ACCIDENT, p. 2C


Dalton Sumner, 11, Brenda
[Gaile] Chandler, 17, Diana
Lynn Murphy, 13, Justin
Poorman, 15, Katherine
Woods, 5, Cecelia Elixson, 15,
Richard A. Murphy Jr., 15, and


Roman West, 13.
As of press time, Cecelia,
Richard and Diana were still in
Shands' Children's Hospital at
the University of Florida. The
Murphys are still in serious


-condition, and Cecelia'is in fair
condition. .
Funds for the Murphy and
Elixson families have been set
4p at Community State Bank,
which is located at 255 S.E.


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mailing address is P.O. Box
158, Lake Butler, FL, 32054..
Call (386) 496-3333 for more
information on these funds.
Donations for.Athe Manns,


Scotts and Lillie Mae Perry
Godbolt, 48, who was driving


See CLOSER, p. 2C


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"CLOSER
Continued from p. 1C
the school bus that day, can
also be made at CSB.
The Starke branch of CSB is
accepting donations at 811 S.
Walnut St. Call (904) 964-
7830 for more information.
The city of Lake Butler set
up a fund for the Mann family
at Mercantile Bank, located at
300 W. Main St. in Lake
Butler. The account number is
8601579217.
Upon hearing of the
accident, the city of Hampton
in Bradford County decided to
have the proceeds from its
music festival, scheduled for'
Feb. .4, to go to the. Mann
family instead of its city, park,.
as was originally planned.
Coaches of P.K. Yonge's
.and Gainesville High School's


.ACCIDENT
Continued from p. 1C
What he did see were
flames. At the time he was not
sure if they were coming from
fhe truck or its gas tank.
From the school bus, White
grabbed the fire extinguisher:to
see if he could put .out the
flames that were 10 to 15 feet
high, he said.
It was only when he got,
closer to the tractor-trailer that
he saw the car.
It isan image White said he
does riot think he can remove-
from his mind.
He knew there was nothing
he could do for the people in
the car, so he moved on to the
tractor-trailer.
The driver, Alvin Eugene
Wilkerson, was distraught.
While said. He thought the
driver mumbled something


basketball teams agreed to give
a part of ticket money
collected at their Tuesday
night match-up to the Manns.
They also asked fans to bring
additional money to make cash
donations.
Gainesville grocery storess
have set up collection jars and
donated flowers, said Iris Faye
Keen, grandmother of Ashley
Keen.
Ashley's and Miranda
Finn's schools, Ochwilla
Elementary School and
-Hawthorne Middle School,
have taken up donations and
cooked for the family, said the
grandmother.
"There's been an outpouring
of support," she said.
Keen said it was difficult to
estimate, but there were
hundreds "of calls she has
received from .all around the
country.


about the kids, but it was not
coherent.
The tractor-trailer driver
only had minor injuries, so
White went back to. the
.children on the bus.
Every kid had a person with
them, he said.
Sluder, who was visiting
White from Starke, said he did
not know what to do for a lot'
of the children.
He placed a child's
backpack under a boy's head
and told him it %as going to be
OK. He sat with them and
prayed with and for them.
Three children were ejected
from the school bus. A girl
was pinned between the back
seat and the back of the bus.
partially hanging out. of the
window, White said.
People were on the scene
who must have had medical
training, he said, because
someone performed a._


tracheotomy with a pocket
knife on a child who could not
breath:
The images from last
Wednesday, Jan. 25, will
probably never leave his mind,
he said.. '-- .
White has a lot of emotions,
from that day. Not o6ql.' k
disbelief over what he sa%%. but
anger directed toward the iruck
driver.
"I see it all the time," White
said of tractor-irailer dri% ers on
their cell phones or not pa. ing
attention to where the) are
going.
He said that as a truck
driver, he would have ran into
a tree and killed himself before
taking out a car and bus full of
kids.
"When Nou see the lights.(on
_the school bus stop sign), oti



Union
] County
I -! .School
,"." bus No.
-?. ~ 13 was
i pushed
approx-
imately
150 feet
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;-:. point of
impact- in,
the crash
on Wed-
nesday.
: Three
children
remain in.
the
hospital.


know you're supposed to'
stop," he said;
White and Sluder did have
positive comments about the
response of emergency
medical personnel and law
enforcement. White said they
arrived really quickly and had
the situation under control.
School personnel arrived
quickly, as %well. White said
they were there to show
genuine concern for all of the
people in the accident.


"It's very hard," she said. medical units that responded
"My mind is scattered." were from the following:
Even though they could not Union, Baker, Columbia and
thank them all personally,' Bradford counties, Lawtey
>K-e'ei said they do appreciate Police Department; the Florida
all of the support they have ...Highway Patrol, the Fish and
received. Wildlife Conservation
The days following the Commission, the Department
accident were not the only of Transportation, the
ones that rallied the Department of Corrections,
community. Trauma 1 from Lake City,
Even on the day of the Gainesville and Jacksonville,
accident, the law enforcement and members of the eighth
'and medical communities did judicial district.
not have to wait for a request Including Archer Funeral
to send personnel to Union Hone .of Lake Butler, funeral
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After hearing the call on Gainesville, Jacksonville and
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Ashley Keen


Ashley Lee
Keen

BY LINDSEY KIRKLAND
Telegraph Staff Writer
Ashley Lee Keen, 14, was
born Feb. 24, 1991, in
Gainesville.
She was the daughter of
'Amanda Scott and Rodney
Eric Keen.
Ashley had recently moved
to the Worthington Springs
area and was .about to start
school at L4kei Butler Middle
School. P previously, she
attended Hawthorne Middle
School.
She was a member of Eden
Baptist Church.
Iris Faye Keen, her paternal
grandmother.,, said Ashley
liked the Care..Bears and had a
collection of them.
She' loved animals,
., especially cats, and going to
: the beach.
Keen .said she remembers
Ashley- loving to sing on her
E"karaoke machine in her
bedroom.
"She was a beautiful child
Z inside and out," Keen said.
She said Ashley was very
appreciative of anything she
got, even if it 'was a candy bar
from the convenience store.
Keen said Ashley and
.Miranda were very spiritual
iand loving children.


Cynthia

Nicole Mann

BY LINDSEY KIRKLAND
Z Telegraph Staff Writer
p, C'nthia Nicole Mann, 15, or
LNikki as she wasknow'n tq
Family and friends, w~i,.i~t k.
on June 7, 1990 in Gainesville.
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Her parents are Terry Mann
of Lake Butler and Cynthia
Warful (now of Knoxville,
Tenn.). Her stepmother is
Barbara Mann.
Nikki was in 10th grade at
Union County High School.
Iris Faye Keen, paternal
grandmother of Nikki's cousin
Miranda Keen, said Nikki was
"the sweetest thing" and was
very responsible.
She attended church at
Fellowship Baptist Church in
Raiford, where she was
baptized by the Rev. Harold
Hudson.
Church members
remembered how Nikki was
always first to volunteer and
how she would play bingo
with them.
Brian Griffis, Nikki's church
youth minister, said "She was
always there for anyone who
needed her."


Elizabeth D.

Mann

BY LINDSEY KIRKLAND
Telegraph Staff Writer
Elizabeth D. Mann, 15,
known as Liz to her church
members, was born on March
4, 1990. in Jacksonville.
She was adopted by Terry
and Barbara Mann of Lake
Butler.
Elizabeth %%as in eighth
grade at Lake Butler Middle
School. She loved the
University of Florida Gators.
She attended church at
Fellowship Baptist Church in
Raiford, where she was
baptized by the Rev. Harold
Hudson.
Brian Griffis, Elizabeth's
youth minister, said "She went
everywhere I went."
He said he encouraged her to
try her hardest in school.
"'Liz had been working hard
to bring up her grades," he said
during the church vigil held
Friday, and was going to show
him the good grade at church
on the night of the accident.


Johnny Lee

Mann

BY LINDSEY KIRKLAND
Telegraph Staff Writer


had a. "very bubbly
personality" and had "dancing
eyes."
Keen said at Christmas, she
got Miranda a watch with
charms on it, and "she just
squealed out with delight."
Miranda loved to going to
ball games, shopping and
spending time with her family.
Miranda and Ashley both
"watched after each other,"
said Keen.


Heaven Lee

Mann

BY LINDSEY KIRKLAND
Telegraph Staff Writer
Heaven Lee Mann, 3, was
born Opt. 6, 2002, in Palatka.
She was adopted by Terry
and Barbara Mann of Lake
Butler.
She attended church with
her brothers and sisters at
Fellowship Baptist Church in
Raiford.
. Brian Griffis, Fellowship's
youth minister, said Heaven
would sometimes sit in with
the youth group and was
always well-behaved.
"Her happy, smiling face
was a joy to everyone," he


said.

Anthony

Lamb

BY LINDSEY KIRKLAND
Telegraph Staff Writer
Anthony Lamb, 20 months
old, was born in Las Vegas,
Nev.
Anthony .was living in the
home of Terry and Barbara
Mann of Lake Butler, and his
adoption by the Manns would
have been final on Thursday,
Jan. 26, the day after the
accident. His biological
parents are Thomas and Terisa
Lamb.
Anthony attend church with
the Mann children at
Fellowship Baptist .Church in
Raiford.
Youth director Wanda Lewis
said, "Anthony always came to
the nursery."
She said he would always
have a kiss and a high five for
everyone.
Brian Griffis, the church's
youth minister, said Anthony
always played well with other
children and never caused a
problem. ,
"...He was such a sweet
child," he said.


Provided by the family, the photo shows Nikki
(left), Elizabeth, Johnny and Heaven (seated).


and Barbara Mann of Lake
Butler.
Johnny was in sixth grade at
Lake Butler Middle School.
He liked the University of
Miami football team and
dreamed of being a great NFL
quarterback.
He attended church at
Fellowship Baptist Church in
Raiford. where he was
baptized
Jeff Gainev. who worked
with the \outh at the church,
said when he gets to Heaven,
he will plaN football w ith
Johnny and let him be the
quarterback.
Friends described Johnny as
"a little man" who became
more focused on others once
he found God in his life.


Miranda

Deanna Finn
B...L.N.SE...KIR.L.ND


BY LINDSEY KIRKLAND
Johnny Lee Mann, 13,-was Telegraph Staff Writer
bqrn,. Qn July, 30, 1.99.2,.n ... ,
aksrtivill. '..i W ,fT ilranda Deanna Finn. 10,
He was adopted by Terry was born May 20. 1995. in


Miranda Finn
'Gainesville.
She was the daughter of
Amanda Scott and David Brian
Finn. Miranda had recently
moved to the Worthington
Springs area.
She attended Eden Baptist
Church and Ochwilla Baptist
Church.
She went to school at
Ochwilla Elementary School
outside of Hawthorne.
Iris Fate .Keen, paternal
granidrffi'thef? of .Miranda's
sister, Ashley, said Miranda


Heaven, 3, smiles and hugs Anthony Lamb, 20
months old, whose. adoption was to be
complete the day after the accident.


Fellowship Baptist holdsvigil for Mann children


; BY LINDSEY KIRKLAND
Telegraph Staff Writer
Friends, family and
complete strangers gathered at
Fellowship Baptist Church in
-Raiford on. Friday, Jan. 27, to
; remember the Mann children
': of Lake Butler.
" Johnny,. Elizabeth, Heaven
- and Nikki Mann went to the
d:'church, as did the Manns'
i foster child, Anthony Lamb.
The vigil opened with
approximately 70 members of
:the youth group walking in and
jtplacing flowers at the front of
:the church. The flowers lay in
'*':front of seven heart-shaped
:.flower arrangements. Each one
lhad a child's name on it,
t including the cousins of the
i..Manns. Miranda Finn and
. Ashley Keen.
When the children went to
_sit down in the first pews
;.reserved for them, there were'
ynot enough seats. People got
Wup and moved to the back of
*the church without having to
be asked.
Fellowship's musical
!director Roy Singletary said no
,immediate family could attend
,because it was too difficult for
them at the time, but other
'family members were present.
*| "[The children are] going to
;Ebe missed immensely," he
said.
SHe announced each child's
name as a candle was lit in his
!or her memory.
For Anthony and Heaven,
(the first candle was lit by
Wanda Lewis and Marchelle
Gainey.
The second for Nikki was lii
by Molly Lewis, Jessica
*Hl-arvey and Gaile Chandler.
The third for Elizabeth was
lit by Kelly Gray and Beth
Smith.
The fourth for Johnny was'
lit by .Amy Smith, Candace
Stewart and Dustin Griffis.
The fifth candle was for
Ashley And was lit by Amy
SLilliston and Nadia Lewis.
The last candle was lit for
Miranda by Shellie and Katie
r"Seay.
\ And as the members of the
'Aouth group began to, cry for
:their friends, the people who


hug or a helping hand to those
who needed a little extra
attention.


Johnny was a "little man,"
See VIGIL, p. 5C


Children's


grandfather dies


fol lowing accident

BY CLIFF SMELLEY ,
Telegraph Staff Writer


At a memorial service at Fellowship Baptist Church in Raiford, the cerem
began with youth from the church placing toys and other items from the
victims in front of seven heart shaped wreaths placed at the front of the
church.


filled the church knelt with and
comforted them. with tissues
in hand.
The church then sang
"When the Roll is Called Up
Yonder."
Brian Griffis, who was.their
youth minister at the church,
spoke about how he still finds
hope in this,situation.
"I still have hope 'in my
heart because one day I will.
see them again," he said. "One
day I will be called up to
Heaven where I will not only
see Jesus, but I will also see all
of the precious Mann children.
They will be waiting in the
clouds to greet me, and it will
be a very happy time as I kiss
their sweet faces and hug them
close once again."
Griffis went on to describe
each child.
"Nikki was a youth leader in
our church," he said. "She was
charismatic, and people vere
drawn to her. She was always
there for anyone who needed
her. Her sweet, bubbly spirit
filled the room with happiness


and joy."
"Elizabeth, or 'Liz' as I
liked to call her, was very dear
to me," he said.
"I had been encouraging Liz
to make good grades,' Griffis
said. "In fact, she told Allison,


one of her friends, that s
made.a :good grade an
going to show it to r
Wednesday night."
He went on to describe
she cared deeply for
and was always waiting


Brian Griffis shares some of his memories ab
the Manh children n at the memorial service hel
Fellowship Baptist Church on Friday.


The tragedy of losing seven
i grandchildren in the Jan. 25
Vy4. traffic crash in Lake Butler
S-a was apparently too much for
*.*1 William Edwin Scott to take.
S He died of a heart attack at the
age of 70 later that night.
Scott, whom everybody
knew as Ed, had a history of .
ony heart problems, dating back
approximately 10 years, his
brother Bruce Scott said. Ed
Scott had open heart surgery
approximately five years ago.
had "I guess the stress of (the.
he had accident) just got to him,"
d was Bruce Scott said.
me on Bruce Scott remembered his
brother as a man who lived a
)e how simple life and placed a high
people importance on his family.
with a "His big thing in his life,
really, was his family," Scott
said. "He made sure everyone
was taken care of."
,- Family included those who
were not blood relations as
well. Three of the children
killed in the accident were
adopted and a fourth was in the
process of being adopted.
"He loved them just like
they were his own," Bruce
Scott said.
In fact, Ed Scott raised
several foster children, some
of whom he adopted.
Ed Scott, who was born in
Caryville, lived in Hawthorne
since 1958. He retired from the
Alachua County Road
Department as a heavy
)out equipment operator and served
Id at as a- deacon at Ochwilla
Baptist Church.
He is survived by one sister,


William Edwin Scott is
pictured with his wife,
Katie, in a photo taken
approximately 10
years ago.

four brothers, five children, 10
grandchildren and three great-
grandchildren, along with his
wife, Katie.
Bruce Scott said he could
not imagine anyone else being
a better wife for his brother
thad Katie. He said it was rare
to see the two apart.
"Anywhere they went, you'd
see them together," Scott said.
It has certainly been a trying
time for the family to lose that
many members in such a short
span, but Scott said it has been
touching to experience the
support and outpouring of
emotion from those in the
community.
"It uplifts your spirit," Scott
said.







Page 4C TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR--C-SECTION Feb. 2, 2006



AEULER Crowd gathers for memory walk


BY LINDSEY KIRKLAND
----.Telegraph Staff Writ er
No one can imagine how it
was to be on the Union County
school bus on Jan., 25, but it is
certain the nine children and
driver all have a difficult time
ahead of them.
According 1to a Florida
Highway Patrol report, the
nine children on the bus were
Cody Vaughn, 13, Dalton
Sumner, 11, Brenda [Gaile]
Chandler, 17, Diana Lynn
Murphy, 13, Justin Poorman,
15, Katherine Woods, 5,
Cecelia Elixson, 15, Richard
A. Murphy Jr., 15. and Roman
West, 13.
In a press release from the
Lake Butler Hospital and Hand
Surgery Center, a hospital
official said they received two
children from the accident and
the school bus driver on Jan.
25.
"The two children were
treated and released on
Wednesday," said Dr. Cynthia
Larimer, the hospital's
emergency room medical
director.
The driver, identified as
Lillie Mae Perry Godbolt, 48,
is a longtime employee of the
Union County Schools,
Superintendent Carlton Faulk
said in a press conference Jan.
26.
Godbolt has been a
custodian and a bus driver for
many years, he said, and had
driven the route on S.R. 121
before. The bus was stopped at
an official school bus- stop,
which had been designated that
way for many years.
"The bus driver was in
stable condition and was
transferred to a Gainesville
hospital for further treatment
on Wednesday evening," said
L1arimer.


vas
ie





-


In phone interviews with
different employees, of the
Union County School District
and a member of Godbolt's
family, it was determined that
she was taken by ambulance to
Shands AGH.
Because her injuries were
more severe than previously
thought, she was then taken to
Shands University of Florida
for surgery. -
She is doing as well as could
be expected emotionally, but
the family member did not
wish to comment further as of
press time.
Two more of the children
were taken to Shands Starke
where they were treated and
released, according to a news
release from Shands
HealthCare. The tractor-trailer
driver was also treated and
released from this same
hospital.
The remaining five children
were transported to Shands
UF, three by Trauma I air
ambulances.
Two have since been treated
and released.
As of Tuesday night,
Elixson is in fair condition.
The Murphys are in serious
condition. All are located at
Shands UF's Children's
Hospital.
Faulk said'he had visited the
children and bus driver in the
hospital.
"It's a totally different
understanding "for" krds 'to'
understand what happened to
their frieids," he' said.
In the coming weeks, a full
investigation will be done by
law enforcement, but Faulk
said, "Bus safety is always an
issue."
He also said the school will
survey all of the facts in the
case to see what, if any, action
needs to be taken.


The Lake Butler Middle School sign above w
changed to a message for the children on th
school bus who are still in the hospital.


Bus victims to

have difficult



times ahead


BY LINDSEY KIRKLAND
Telegraph Staff Writer
Only two days after the
accident, residents gathered at
Lake Butler Elementary
School to take part in a
memory walk to honor those
children who lost their lives in
the accident.
Before the walk on Friday,
Jan. 27, a petition was passed
around to reduce the speed
limit on S.R. 121 near the
accident where several school
buses have to stop.
The Rev. Ricky Dyal, pastor
of the First Baptist Church of
Raiford, spoke to the crowd
about the hard time that would
be ahead for the community.
Escorted by four Union
County Sheriff's deputy cars,
Union County residents and
. others from neighboring
counties began at the school
and walked out on to S.R. 121
at 6 p.m.
As they walked past a
convenience store, a church
and Lake Butler Middle
School, the people sang
"Amazing Grace" and "When
the Saints Go Marching In."
They then took a fright on
Lake Avenue by the middle
school. The walk was finished
at Union County High School
at the memory walls.
People signed the walls,
which were donated by


Jacksonville's First Coast
News Channel 12 and Home
Depot.
A collection jar was passed
around for T-shirts that had
been made. The shirts had the


words "Hear my prayer 0
Lord, and let my cry come to
you. Psalm 102:1. In loving
memory." It also had January
25, 2006, on the T-shirt, the
date of the accident.



LEFT:
Union
County
High
School
senior
Jennifer
Davis
signs the
wall in
front of
the
school.

RIGHT:
Small
tokens of
hope
were left.....
at-the ,",, "- ....
Wall, like4, -,"
this bear
with
angel
wings.


Man shares' his experience wi


Don Lemke's truck, pictured above and at
bottom right, was rear-ended by a Crete
Carrier Corporation tractor-trailer in Nebraska
In 2001. He Is now in litigation with Crete.



Crete Carrier


makes -statement


on UC accident


BY LINDSEY KIRKLAND.
Telegraph Staff Writer
Crete Carrier Corporation
issued two statements on its
Web site following the Jan. 25
accident
The first came on the day of
the accident from Jack Peetz,
the Executive Vice President
and Chief Operating Officer of
Crete, who's statement read:
"Our thoughts and prayer
are with those involved in this
accident and their families. We
are in the process of gathering
information, and at this point,
we are unable to accurately
discuss the incident."
"We are very sorry' and
deeply saddened that this
tragedy has happened. We will
work diligently with the
appropriate authorities on the
investigation."
The second statement came
from Crete's president and
CEO, Tonn M. Ostergard, who
said:
"We wish to convey our
deepest sympathy to the


families and community
Lake Butler as they mourn t
loss of their loved ones."
"Since the accident, td
Mann and Scott families ai
the families of those injury
have been in the consta
thoughts and prayers of rr
family and all Crete Carri
associates, who care ve
deeply about others ai
particularly, what you a
going through."
"In our efforts to reach o
to the Mann and Scott familic
we have been able to spe
with their representatives, w]
indicated the families' desire
this time to grieve in priva
We fully understand a
appreciate this request f
privacy, and we intend
honor the families' wishes."
Both Peetz arid Ostergai
were called dozens of times fc
further information over
three-day period, but no on
could be reached for commer
by press time.


BY LINDSEY KIRKLAND
Telegraph Staff Writer.
A Nebraska man knows first.
hand what it's like "to be
looking in your rear-view
mirror and seeing-, a Crete
Carrier tractor-trail.er.barrelling
toward his car.
Don Lemke said he/saw the
7. story about the accident on
S.R. 121 on his local evening
news and knew then' why he"
was still living.
"They nearly killed me five
years ago," he said during a
phone interview from
Nebraska on Friday, Jan. 27.
Lemke said his heavy duty
pickup truck was rear-ended
by a Crete tractor-trailer when
he was slowing to make a turn
off of a highway on Oct. 10,
2001. He said he was using his
S turn signal.
The driver of the tractor-
trailer hit him at full highway
speed, Lemke said, ,and there
was no braking until after the
point of impact.
He said the driver was cited
by law enforcement authorities
of with reckless driving, but yet
he the company still refused to
pay for Lemke's injuries.
he "I've been fighting this
nd company," he said of his
ed ongoing legal battle with
nt Crete.
ny Lemke said the company
ier had tried to force him into a
ry settlement, but he would not
nd
ire
ut
es,
ak
ho
at
te.
nd
or
to

rd
or
a
ie
nt


At the end of The memory
walk, the' crowd of
approximately 150 people
prayed again and reflected on .
all of the memories people had
left on the wall.
j


ith CreteJ

agree to this. .
The night before his
accident, a Crete tractor-trailer ,
driver had gotten into an
accident in his area, he said,
"There's something really
bad when they're consistently *
in the top ... for crashes," he.
said. .
Lemke said that Crete has a .
bad reputation in his state for
hiring inexperienced drivers'
and causing accidents.
"They're not paying
attention," he said. "They ,
don't care. They're mean;
they're nasty and politically
connected [in Nebraska]." 5
He survived his accident,
and his injuries were not life-
threatenirig.
"God let me live for a
reason," he said, but it was
only after watching the Mann
family accident on the news
that he knew why.
"These people (the Mann
and Scott families) need all the
help they can get," which is
the reason he said he wants to
tell his story.
(Note: This is Don Lemke's
account of what happened in
his accident. As of press time,
Crete Carrier Executive Vice
President and Chief Operating
Officer Jack Peetz did not
return numerous phone calls =
requesting comment on this ,
accident.)" *


After the memory walk held Friday, Lane Underhill,.,8, of Lake Butler
kneels down to sign the board in front of Union County High School.
~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ : *: *e* '* .';s


As reported by the Department of Highway Vehicles and Motor Salety.







Feb. 2, 2006 TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR--C-SECTION Page 5C


More than 1,000 pay respects Jan. 29


The flag at Union County
at half-staff, as did many
0,


High
flags


Counselors I


students to


BY LINDSEY KIRKLAND
-Telegraph Staff Writer
The Union County school
counselors teamed up with
counselors from Bradford
County and the American Red
Cross to provide support to
students and teachers at the
three schools on Thursday,
Jan. 26.
Bradford County Middle
School guidance .. counselor
Cynthia Ross said, "It was- a
little difficult for me."
She and the other
counselors, though, had to put-
their feelings aside to help
students and other community
members deal with their pain.
"That staff over there (in
Union County) deserve all the
credit and the family, too,"
Ross said because tht Union
cc 'i.r.new the students
personally.


She di
number
from Br
that it w
counselor
Counsi
Bradford
schools.
student d
the schi
accident.
One c
_"The kid
We were
positive t
Ross.


BY JAMES REDMOND
Times Staff Writer

On Sunday night more than
1,000 people came to the
Union County High School
auditorium to pay their
respects to four children most
of them did not even know.
The visitation, held for
Cynthia Nicole "Nikki" Mann,
Elizabeth Mann, Johnny Mann
and Heaven Mann, was a time
for people to say their
-, goodbyes and tell family
l members how sorry they were
for the family's loss. The line
of those waiting to pay their
respects stretched around the
auditorium and out the front
doors of the high school.
At the front of the
auditorium, four white caskets
sat. One of the four was a
smaller. size for Heaven.
Behind each was a collage, of
pictures that showed happy
times from each child's life.
Johnny's collage was
wrapped in the colors of the
University of Miami, his
favorite team. Elizabeth's was
wrapped in University of
Florida colors because of her
School rested affection for the Gators. Both
around town. Johnny's and Elizabeth's
flowers,.that adorned the top of
their caskets, were of their
favorite teams' colors as well.
e l As mourners filed past, they
onelo would stop to look at pictures
and point out specific ones.
rieve Many stopped to hug either
Sri ne e Barbara or Terry Mann or
both. It was clear that most
children in attendance knew at
d not know the exact least one of the deceased.
of counselors sent A slide show presentation
adford, but estimated also showed some the
vas approximately six children's happier times.
rs. Pictures of all four children
elors from Union and showed smiling faces and
Helped at all three playful*moments.
Each school had a Bible versus in the
die or get injured on presentation told about
ool bus during the children in Heaven. Brad
Paisley's "When I Get Where
counselor remarked I'm Going" featuring Dolly
is helped each other. Parton and Holly Dunn's
just there to interject "Daddy's. Hands" were the
thoughts" background music for the
said some of the presentation.


younger students had fears of
riding the school bus again.
The -high' school students
shared their memories of the
Manns.
"The students were so
positive." said the counsbelr,
and h, hy hugg e n ."nd
encouraged each other.


At the accident scene on S.R. 121, Johnny
Mann's report card laid beside flowers and
stuffed animals people have left as a memorial


At the entrance of the high
school, four guest books lay on
a table. Each book had a
picture of one of the four
children behind it. A bulletin
handed out had a picture on the
cover of Jesus surrounded by
children. A poem inside told of
God's promise for life.
Outside the building, the
weather seemed to be tuned
into the feelings of the family.
It was a gray and dismal night.
A light rain shower fell. No
stars could be seen and the sky
was absent of natural light.


On stage with the other
pictures, a picture of the
children's grandfather sat
alone. The photo was in honor
of William Edward Scott, 70,
of Hawthorne.
Scott was at the family's
home when they learned of the
accident. Several hours later he
suffered a heart attack and
died. He was buried Jan. 31 in
Hawthorne at the Ochwilla
cemetery.
The funerals of Ashley Keen
and Miranda Finn, cousins of
the Mann children, were held


Feb. 1 at Ochwilla Baptist
Church. A memorial service is
being held today for 20-month
old Anthony Lamb. Services
will take place today at 11 a.m.
at Archer Funeral Home in
Lake Butler.
The service will be held one
week to the day that his
adoption to the Mann family
would have been finalized.
According to family member
Tina Mann, Barbara and Terry
Mann were scheduled to
finalize lamb's adoption Jan.
26.


The'First United Methodist Church of Lake Butler requested players for
its extended family on its sign in front of the church on Main Street.


Funeral for 4 in accidentheld Jan. 30


BY JAMES REDMOND
Times tq4ff t,'riter


A funeral held for four of the
seven children killed in
Wednesday's accident gave
mourners a small glimpse into
their lives.
As those coming to pay their
respects entered First Christian
Church, they encountered four
separate collages of pictures.
Each contained photographs
from happy moments in each
child's life. Those four
children were Cynthia Nicole
"Nikki" Mann, Elizabeth
Mann, Johnny Mann and
Heaven'Mann.
At the front of the church,
the white caskets with gold
yi trim formed an arc around the
church's altar. Multiple flower
arrangements surrounded all
four caskets.
The Union County Sheriff's
Office estimates that more than
400 people crowded into the


'church. .
i' "And tha~pdoes nor include
''thuse,,ho filled the fellowship
hall," said Union County
Sheriff Jerry Whitehead.
The church set up a closed-
circuit television feed to the
hall to allow those not able to
get into the church to at least
view the ceremony. Even with
two buildings, it. was still
standing room only when the
service began.
The Rev. Scott Fisher of the
Church of Christ and Dr.
Harold Hudson of Fellowship
Baptist Church of Raiford
officiated over the ceremony.
"We who are here today are
going to go through days and
years of difficulties," Fisher
told those gathered. "But these
children now' reside in
Heaven."
The children's choir from
Fellowship Baptist, made up of
more than 40 children, opened
the ceremony with a pair of


hymns.. Each one held a single.
flow er.. .. .: .... ._ .
A slide show presentation
also brought to life moments in
the Mann children's lives. The
pictures showed various times
from their short lives. In each, :
every child had a smile on
their face. It was clear the
presentation affected family
members. By the end of the'.
presentation, several were'
weeping, trying to hold
themselves up.

After the presentation,\
Fisher attempted to ease the
pain of those in attendance.
"Our message is not to Nikki
or Elizabeth or Johnny or
Heaven," Fisher said. "This
message is for you. Jesus has
received these children. They
are in Heaven."
"The message to you is, look
to him for strength. Our
community is strong. We will
heal."


'As' four hear.sei.;\ ere Jaded.,:
to. take the children to their.o
final resting place. those
around the church stood still,
paying their respects one last
time, Several young adults
were overcome with grief
watching the sight. Out loud
they asked, -"Why, these
children, why?"
The procession to Mt. Zion-
Cemeter\ ,as, by some
estimates, more than a mile
long. Under a gra', sky. that
seemed to fit the das, Fisher
spoke as family and friends
said their last goodbyes to the
children.
"These children have moved
out of a small house filled with
love into a bigger house filled
with even more lo'e." Fisher
said.
The ceremony concluded
with family members placing
butterflies on' the flowVer
arrangements thaitltid on the
top of each of the calkets.


VIGIL
Continued from p. 3C


Griffis said.
"He loved to help my father
pass out the church bulletins,"
he said. "He spenh time getting
to know God.and dedicating
his life to follow ing Him."
He even spoke about
Heaven. who was onl. 3 years
old.
"' She often sat with us in the
south group during our
services ... Her smiling face
was a jo0 to everyone, and I
loved holding her on my, lap
and play ing with her."
" ,"Anthony wasn't quite 2
years old." Griffis said. "but he
was always such a good baby.
He played %well "ith other
children and never caused 'a
problem."
Choking through, tears
during his entire speech,
Griffis said he looked forward
to when he would spend time
with all of the children forever
in Heaven.
W\'anda Lewis and Jeff
Gainey also shared their
memories of the Mann family.
Let is recalled how Johnny
loved the University of Miami
football team. She called Nikki
"my Nick-Nick" arid
remembered how they played
bingo together .
She said she went out .to
scene of the accident and
picked up a sipp3 cup she
recognized as one of the


. children's.
Gainey said Nikki was
always the first to try things. In
Sunday school, she would be
the first to volunteer to role
play.
At one youth gathering, they
bobbed for apples.
He said when all the
children were reluctant to get
wet, Nikki was the first one to
go. She dunked her whole head
in and came back with an
apple. and that was her apple,
he said.
About Johnny, Gainey said,
"He told me one time. 'I'm
going to be a- great NFL
quarterback.' When'I get up ,
'there, I going to play with
Johnny. I'm going to let him
be quarterback."
Many of the church,
members said they saw Liz,
Johnny and Nikki devote their
lives'to Christ.
The Rev'. Harold Huison
said, "They went to be with
Jesus."
"I know there had to be at
least seven angels on Highway
121 because seven of God's
people were about to go
home," he said.
Hudson asked those at the
vigil if it would make them
feel better to say the Manns
had gone on a long trip,'and
they would not be back for a
while.
"Well. they've gone on a
long trip ... you can see them
again," he said.
"The wisest thing you can
do tonight is to open up your
hearts, and let Jesus come in."


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said the NTSB would investigate due to the
high fatalities and Involvement of a commerical


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before a public report is released.


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Starke church celebrates 2 special birthdays


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
When Louie Belle Carter
Parks celebrated her birthday
in January 1996, she thought at
the time that it would be the
last birthday she would
celebrate. .
Ten years later, however,
Parks was honored with a
luncheon at her church, First
Baptist in Starke, two days
prior to her 100'h birthday.
Parks, who turned 100 on
Jan. 31, was amazed at. the


attention she received, which
included receiving
proclamations on behalf of the
commissions of Bralford
County arid the city of Starke,
as well as from Dr. Rodney
Coe, the pastor at First Baptist,
where she has been a member
since June 28, 1992.
"My gracious," Parks said
following the conclusion of the
luncheon. "I've been
entertained before, but this was
the largest (celebration), I
think."


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Parks admitted it's hard to
believe she's 100. She said she
doesn't feel that old. In fact,
she said she remains active,.
whether it's cooking, working
in the yard or doing whatever
else comes to mind.
She was driving up until last
year, and she gave that up
voluntarily.
"Age and traffic," Parks
replied, when asked why she
gave up getting behind the
wheel of an automobile.
Many' friends of Parks'
attended the luncheon, one of
whom was Dolly Spires, who
celebrated her 99' birthday
Jan. 30
Spires, who was recognized
prior to lunch being served.
has not been able to attend
church at First Baptist for
more than a %ear because ut
health issues, but she. like
Parks, still manages to keep
herself bus,. She enjos-
crocheting, knitting and
putting together jig-savn
puzzles.
"When I get kind r-f tired of
the se,%ing, I sit at the card
table and do a puzzle." Spires
said.
Spires said she conIle t'r.mn a
family, of seen childreq-Ie
of which lied into their 9ts.
"1 think that's prety.god."'
she said. .4,
Follow ing lunch Tetmr\
Blakeslee, the miniFter otf
education administration at
First Baptist, spoke to ,)he
gathering about all of ihe
events that hale taken place
during Parks' li t.jne
Kelloggs began selli r'Sc6rn
flakes the year she was bqrn
and "back when vou-were-iJ st
a teenager. women %,ere
granted the right to vo'ti."
Blakeslee said.
In response to Blake ee
saying that talking mo"iyS
were invented before she %was
20, Parks Iaid shqeb.went' to
Jacksonville to see her first
movie. She said she believed it
was a movie that starred AI
Jolson.
"Was it 'The Jazz Singer?"'
Blakeslee asked.
"Yes,' Parks replied.
"That was the very first
talking movie," Blakeslee said.
Blakeslee shared that Ford
intrpduced,-..the, Model T gin
190,'. Par"t ..s a',er fatl r


bought one of the first cars in
the area in 1914. He paid
approximately $500 for it.
That prompted Starke Mayor
Steve Futch, when he took the
podium, to quip, ."Miss Parks,
we decided at our table that
most of us have paid $500 for
a car, too, but that's every
month."
Futch presented Parks with a
framed proclamation in which
Jan. 29, 2006, was termed
"Louie Belle Parks Day" in
Starke.
Bradford County
Commissioner John Cooper
also presented Parks with a
proclamarrti.n on behalf of the
count',
See BIRTHDAY, p. 11C


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Union boys
collect district
win over KH
Tigers, however,
drop 2 straight
afterward

BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
C.J. Spiller scored 16 points
to help lead the Union County
boys basketball team to a 53-
30 win over district opponent
Keystone Heights on Jan. 24 in
Lake Butler.
It was a tie game after the
first quarter, but the Tigers
were able to outscore the
Indians by at least six points in
each of the remaining three.
The Tigers led by 10 at the
half and pushed that to a 36-20
lead in the third quarter.
Brendan Odom and Ted
Young each scored 10 points
for Union, which also got nine
V points from Kevin Alexander.
S Keystone yas led by
Cameron Y.arbrough's 10
points. ',
Scor1iby Quart.r
KHHS: 8 5 7 10-30-
UCHS: 8 1% 13 17-53
Scoring .-
Keystone..(30): Bannon 5,
Brunink 2, Evans 2, Ruiz 5,
Taylor 6, Yarbrough 10. 3-
Spointers: Brannn,. Ruiz. Free
throws: 2-7.
Union (53): Alexander 9,
Griffin 3, Odom. 10, Perry 3,
Spiller' 16', Young 10. 3-
pointers: Griffin, Young 2.
Free throws: 14-28.

Newberry 54 UC 51
'The Tigers were on a three-
game win streak following
their defeat ,of' KeN stone, but
the\ then dropped a 54-51
game to host New berry on Jan.
25 that began a tio-game skid
Odom, with 17 points, %was
the only Union player to score
in double figures, though
Spiller and Justin Griffin each
had nine points.


Score by Quarter
UCHS: 8 13 22
NHS: 17 10 14


8-51
13-54


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Alexander 6, Austin 2, Griffin 9,


-. uoom i/, piller 9, Young B.
S3pointers: Griffin, Odom,
t Young 2. Free throws: 3-10.

| Crescent 61 UC 45
.: Union traveled to Crescent
' City to tr\ to avenge two
earlier losses to the Raiders,
^ but instead the Raiders
- completed the regular-season
Ssweep of the Tigers by
handing them a 61-45 loss on
Jan. 27.
The Tigers outscored the
_ Raiders 16-13 in the third
quarter to pull within 41-37.
but were then outscored 20-8
' in the fourth quarter.
The game was the last
district game for the Tigers
prior to next week's District 6-
Ly"


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Seven football players from
Bradford, Keystone Heights
and Union County high
schools were first-team all-
state selections in their
respective classes, while seven
others were either second-team
'picks or received honorable
mention.
Union had the most players
honored. with four selected as
first-teamers in Class 2B.
Senior running back C.J.
Spiller. w ho rushed for 1,840
yards and scored 31
touchdown ns, and senior tight
end KaseN Nobles, who had
283 yards on 19 receptions,
%were named to the offensive
team. while senior linebackers
Ke in'Alexander and Brendan
Odom ndere defensive picks.
Alexander finished the year
with 115 tackles, nine sacks,
five forced fumbles and four
fumble recoveries. Odom had
130 tackles, three sacks, three
fumble recoveries and one
forced fumble.
The Tigers had one second-
team offensive selection in
senior lineman Darin
Hendricks, while senior
lineman Willie Oliver and
senior defensive back were
defensive selections. Oliver
had 44 tackles, six sacks, 'two
fumble recoveries and one
forced fumble, this past season,
while Perry had 41 tackles, six
interceptions and one forced
furnble.
Bradford had two first-team.


3A tournament, which Union
is hosting. Union finished
district play with a 6-2.
Union (13-9 overall) travels
to Mayo to play Lafayette
Friday, Feb. 3, then travels to
Glen St. Mary to play Baker
County Saturday, Feb. 4. Both
games are scheduled for 7:30
p.m.

KH boys lose
by 23 to O.P.

BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Visiting Orange Park, a
Class 6A team, held the
,Keystone Heights boys
basketball team to three first-
quarter points and built a 24-
point halftime lead en route to
handing the Indians a 64-41
loss on Jan. 26.
Greg Taylor had 14 points
and seven rebounds for
Keystone, which dropped its
second straight game. That
gave the Indians a 7-12 record
heading into their Jan. 31 game
against Clay.'
Cameron Yarbrough and
Tyler Brunink also scored in
double figures for the Indians
with 12 and 10 points,
respectively.
Keystone caps the regular
season with two home games:
against Bradford Thursday,
Feb. 2, and against Baldwin
Friday, Feb. 3. Both games are
scheduled for 7:30 p.m.
The District 5-3A
tournament begins Tuesday,
Feb. 7, at Union County High
School in Lake Butler.
Keystone will play Pierson
Taylor at 6 p.m.


Scoreby Quarter
OPHS: .13 22 20
KHHS: 3 8 11


8-64
19-41


Keystone Scoring (41):
Bannon 1, Brunink 10, Evans'
5, Ruiz 2, Taylor 14, Van Wie
2, Yarbrough 12. 3-pointers:
Taylor, Yarbrough 2. Free
throws: 5-8.

Bradford girls
lose 3 prior to
tournament

,.,I}rqAFFnJiSEI,YWr.i ,
Talaoranh Stafif Writer


What w as a perfect season
through the first 15 games has
ended \%ith three straight losses
for the Bradford girls
basketball team, the latest of
which was a 57-56 setback
against visiting P.K. Yonge on
Jan. 26.
The Tornadoes had a last-
second shot attempt that did
not go down.
Khalaa Hill and Tosha
Griffin scored 18 and 14 points
for Bradford, which will next
play a semifinal game in the
District 3-4A tournament
Thursday, Feb. 2, at 7 p.m. at
Ridgeview High School in
Orange Park. If the Tornadoes
win, they will play for the
district championship
Saturday, Feb. 4, at 7 p.m.,


Class 2A selections in senior
running back James Jamison,
who was chosen as a utility
player, and senior linebacker
Shauntell Carter. Jamison
rushed for 942 yards,. breaking
Bradford's career record, and
Carter had 145 tackles, five
tackles for loss, four fumble
recoveries and three forced
fumbles. ,
Keystone had just one first-
team, Class 2A selection, but
four other players were
second-team picks.
Junior placekicker. Michael
McLeod was the Indians' first-
team selection after a season in
which he had eight field goals
and 20 PATs.
Making the second-team
offense were junior tight end
Josh Mangus, who had 25
receptions for 332 yards and
three touchdowns, and
sophomore running back Greg
Taylor. who rushed for 586
yards on '108 carries and
caught 21 passes for 336 yards.
Taylor, wh,o scored nine
touchdowns,' was chosen to the
team as a utility player.
Junior 'linebacker Jack
Taylor and, senior defensive
back Michael Williams were
second-team defensive
selections. Taylor finished the
season with 151 tackles, five
forced fumbles, one sack, one
interception and one fumble
recovery. Williams had 54
tackles, two interceptions (one
of which was returned for a
touchdown), one forced
fumble and one fumble
recovery.


also at Ridgeview.
Score by Quarter
PKY: 8 15 22
BHS: 15 12 10


12-57
19-56


Bradford Scoring (56): Bass
4, Griffin 14, Goodman 7, Hill
18, Newman 5, Smith 2,
Warren 6. 3-pointers: Bass,
Griffin, Newman, Warren 2.
Free throws: 9-20.

Earlier result:

Fleming 39 BHS 27
A one-point third quarter did
not help Bradford's cause in a
39-27 loss to host Fleming
Island on Jan. 24.
The Tornadoes only scored
two points in .the opening
quarter, but were able to rally
to take a 17-16 lead at the half.
Fleming Island then outscored
Bradford 11-1 in the third
quarter.
Griffin had 15 points to lead
the Tornadoes.


Score by Quarter
BHS: 2 15 1
FIHS: 12 4 11


9-27
12-39


Bradford Scoring (27): Foster
3, Griffin 15, Goodman 2,. Hill
7. 3-pointers: Foster, Griffin 2.

Union girls
suffer second

straight loss
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer


Amber Franzluebbers scored
32 points, but it was not
enough for the Union County
girls basketball team in a 62-
57 loss to visiting Madison
County on Jan. 26.
Franzluebbers also had 12
rebounds as the Tigers (15-7)
dropped their second straight
game.
Tiffany Holmes scored 15
points for the Tigers.
Amika Davis led the team
with eight assists.
The Tigers next play in the
District 6-3A tournament,
which they are hosting. They
play a semifinal game at 7:30
p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 2. If
they win, they will play for the
district championship
.Saturday. Feb. 4, at 7 p.m.
Score by Quarter
MCHS: 13 16 14 19-62
UCHS: 16 12 14 15-57


Union Scoring (57): Bryant 2,
Clemons 2, Davis 4,
Franzluebbers 32, Holmes 15,
Kent 2. Free throws: 11-17.

Earlier result:

Newberry 48 UC 41
The Tigers could not avenge
a loss to l4ewberry back. in
November, losing 48-41 to the
host Panthers on Jan. 24.
Franzluebbers and Miranda
Kent each scored 12 points to
lead Union, while Holmes
added nine points.


Score by Quarter
UCHS: 10 12 12
NHS: 16 8 12


7-41
12-48


Union Scoring (41): Clemons
2, Davis 6, Franzluebbers 12,
Holmes 9, Kent 12. 3-pointers:
Kent 2. Free throws: 3-5.

BHS boys lose
2 straight in
District 3-4A
Sb .BY CLIFF SMELLEY
L, [Telegraph Staff Writer
"' Ithe'' Bradford boys
basketball team wrapped up
regular-season district play
wih two straight losses,


including a 71-51 loss to Santa
Fe on Jan. 27 in Alachua. ..
Bradford (5-15 prior to Jan.
31) fell to 2-8 in District 3-4A
and will be the fifth seed in the
upcoming district tournament,
which Bradford will be
hosting.
The Tornadoes held a slim
lead over Santa Fe.at the half,
but the Raiders outscored
Bradford 41-19 in the second
half.
Clint Cubbedge led the
Tornadoes with 19 points,
while Marcus Wilson and
Roderick DeSue had 13 and
I1.
Eugene Blye added eight
points.
Bradford played Williston
on Jan. 31 and will travel to
play Keystone Heights
Thursday, Feb. 2, at 7 p.m.
The Tornadoes then end the
regular season with a home
game against Hamilton County
Friday, Feb. 3, at 7:30 p.m.
The District 3-4A
tournament begins Tuesday,
Feb. 7, with two quarterfinal
games. Third seed Baker
County will play sixth seed
Middleburg at 6 p.m., followed
by Bradford against fourth
seed Suwannee at 7:30 p.m.
The. semifinals will be
Friday, Feb. 10. Second seed
Santa Fe will play either Baker
County or Middleburg at 6
p.m., followed by top seed


Ridgeview playing either
Bradford or Suwannee at 7:30
p.m.
The two semifinal winners
will play for the championship
Saturday, Feb. 11, at 7:30 p.m.
Score by Quarter
BHS: 18 14 8 11-51
SFHS: 17 13 18 23-71
Bradford Scoring (51): Blye 8,
Cubbedge 19, DeSue 11,
Wilson 13. 3-pointers: Wilson
2, DeSue 3, Cubbedge 4. Free
throws: 10-19.
See BHS, p. 12C

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up early for
tournament
Bradford High School is
hosting the District 3-4A boys
basketball tournament and the
Tornadoes will be playing in
the tournament's first round on
Tuesday, Feb. 7, at 7:30 p.m.
against Suwannee.
Tickets, which are $5 dach,
will not be presold and a
certain number of tickets will
not be allocated each
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Lady Indians bow out

' with 2-1 loss in regionals


Keystone Heights won the District 5-3A boys soccer championship by defeating
Crescent City 1-0. The team, which is hoisting head coach Trevor Waters, is
comprised of: (not shown in order) Juan Arenas, Austin Bennett, Gino Coiana,
Duren, Brad Gober, Ryan Hannah, Dustin Hayre, Justin Hedding, Tim Herman,
Michael McLeod, Ryan Miller, Sam Nadler, Greg Oakley, Dale Riviere, Nick
Salsbery, Branden Waters and Drew Wingate.


Indians win third straight


district championship


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
During the 'previous two,
easoris, the Keystone Heights
boys soccer team lost no
district'matches en route to
winning two district
championships. This year, the
Indian., dropped two district
matches during the regular
season.
This :,ear's team was ready
for the challenge that awaited
it in the District 5-3A
iourrnjment The Indians
avenged jn earlier 5-0 loss to
Pierson Taylor by defeating
'the Wildcats in.the semifinals,
then .defeated top seed
Crescent City 1-0 on its home
field,to win their third straight
'district title. '
Keystone head coach Treyor
Waters could not contain his
excitement following the win
over what he termed an
"awesome" Crescent City
team. UIe credited the hard
work put forth in practice by
his team in recent, weeks..
I've been working on them
all year to be aggressive,"
Waters._-said "'They' ve got'-
ome..skill. and 'a.little bit 6of
speed, but they 'decided that
they, would start, to work hard
to be aggressive. I think that
was the key, the
aggres.i'eness."
Ke) stone 19-9-6) will now
host District 6 irunner-up
Mount Dora (4-8-4) in .a
Region 2 quarterfirnial match
Thursday, Feb. 2, at 7 p.m.
The winner of that match
will then play either Winter
Park Trinit) Prep or Lakeland
NcKeel in '.the regional
semifinalss :Tuesday, Feb. 7.
Kevstone. if it advances,


would host either opponent.
Crescent City (4-7-4) will
travel to Ocala to play Trinity
Catholic (12-8-2) in a regional
quarterfinal match.
Keystone and Crescent City
battled to a scoreless tie in the
first half, though the Indians'
had a couple of scoring
chances.
Austin Bennett, from just
'past midfield, delivered a high
kick, that dropped into Crescent


City goalie Arturo M
hands, but Martinez d
the ball. 'Keystone's
flayre was there with a
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the Raiders' defense w
to clear the ball aay f
net.
Hayre also had a go
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BY CLIFF SMELLEY
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Getting to the postseason
has not been a problem for the
Keystone Heights girls soccer
I team.
Advancing in the playoffs,
however, is another matter.
Keystone entered its Jan. 26
Region 2-Class 3A quarterfinal
match against Mount Dora
seeking just its second trip to
the semifinals. The Indians
will have to try again next year
as the visiting Hurricanes
handed them a 2-1 loss to end
g their season.
Mount Dora (16-6)
Al advanced to play Lake
Highland Prep (21-1-3) in the
semifinals, held this past
Tuesday.
Keystone ended its season
with a 14-6 record, but the
Indians had plenty of
opportunities to score against
t the Hurricanes and advance.
Julie Campbell and Rachel
0 Crane each had a good look at
the net before Mount Dora's
Johnna Quattlebaum corralled
a long kick that dropped in
aroned behind the Keystone defense
Dropped and scored in the 14t' minute.
Duhtin The Indians had four shots
n", but. on goal during a two-minute
'as able span after that and repeatedly
,rm the gave themselves chances to tie
,m the match before the half
-d -look expired. However, the Indians'
mi ute, shots were just wide of the
mark, too high or the players
S : justwere not able to get a solid
).,2C kickoff.
It appeared as if Crane
scored during the 23rd minute,
'. but she was called for being
offsides.
', :A Tysee Williams almost put
e. the Indians on the board in the
.'. 35t' minute when her kick
k. -m, almost trickled past diving
k Mount Dora goalie Sydney
to Kozlowski.
The second half did riot go
of a much better for the' Indians,
despite the fact they were able
to control the ball and keep it
on the Mount Dora .side of the
in field for most of the half.
s 1- Mount Dora's Yesenia
Suarez put her teamrn up 2-0
when .she scored in the 72nd
t minute..
>::.: Keystone finally ..sForfed
"* when Brittdnr, 'A~'lthdTh'"J.
long.' arcing kick drop into the
net in the 74'" minute.


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Kelly Leigh, Jachael Nichols and Cassi Padgett will
compete at the Florida High School Athletic
Association Finals for Bradford.


3 from BHS will

move on to state


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Bradfo. 'elly Leigh won
her w laiss at a Jan. 27
section I 0 meet at Keystone
Height s'ciotil and she will be
joined -'b:"two of her
teammates ik, tl Florida High
Schooli-Atlttic Association
Girls We htlifting Finals
Saturday., Febl, at Santa Fe
Comnui u t- College in
Gainesville.42. ',
The ophihee ifters in each
class at the sectional meet
qualifiedifor-the state finals.
Bradford lifters.Cassi Padgett
and Jachael Nichols earned'
their berths by placing second
and third, respectively.
SLeigh won the 139-pound
class by setting a personal
record (PR) in the bench press
at 145 pounds. Her 160-pound
clean and jerk-tied her PR and


her overall total of 305 pounds
was a PR.
Padgett's total of 245
pounds in the 110-pouind class
was a PR. She had. a bench
press of 115 pounds and a
clean and jerk of 130 pounds.
Nichols, like Leigh, set PRs
in the bench press and overall
total, while tying her PR in the
.clean and jerk. She had a
bench press of 135 pounds and
a clean and jerk of 150 pounds
for a 285-pound total.
Samantha Schmidt (101-
pound -lass) and Cortnee
Patterson, (119) also competed
for Bradford, each placing
fifth. Schmidt had a bench
press of 80 pounds and a clean
and jerk .of 95 pounds for a
175-pound total. Patterson had
a bench press of 125 pounds
and a clean and jerk of' 115
pounds for a 240-pound total.


BHS wraps up

regular season at

Keystone meet


BY CLIFF SMELl.EY,
-T qgft -W riterj g .
Cassi Padgett and Kelly
Leigh each won their weight
classes as the Bradford girls
weightlifting team, with just
10 competing, placed fourth in
Keystone's annual invitational
on Jan. 21.
The Tornadoes compiled 23
points, finishing behind
Keystone, Crystal River,
Columbia and Gainesville.
* Padgett tied the invitational


record in the 110-pound class
Sin-the lean and -ierk-with-Jl30
p'dunds. Her bench 'press was
110 pounds, giving her a 240-
pound total.
Leigh won the 139-pound
class with a bench press of 140
pounds and a clean and jerk of
160 pounds for a 300-pound
total.
Jachael Nichols was runner-
up in the 154-pound class with
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5 from Keystone qualify for state


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Four Keystone Heights girls
weightlifters won their classes
at a sectional meet Jan. 27 in
Keystone and five overall
qualified to compete in the
Florida High School Athletic
Association Finals, which will
be held Saturday, Feb. 11, at
Santa Fe Community College
in Gainesville.
Brenda Ward (154-pound
class), Lauren Stobbie (169)
and Rachel Lingerfelt (183),
who also qualified for the state
finals last year, each won their
classes with the following
totals: Ward 160-pound bench
press, 145-pound clean and
jerk, 305-pound total; Stobbie
180-155-335; Lingefelt 195-
140-335. Lingerfelt's bench
press was a personal record.
Also, Kelly Michalos won
the 129-pound class with a
bench press of 135 pounds and
a clean and jerk of 125 pounds
for a 260-pound total.
The top three lifters in each
class at the sectional meet
qualified for the state finals,
which means Danielle Hengl
will also compete on Feb. 11
after placing third in the 199-
pound class. Hengl had a
bench press of 140 pounds and
a clean and jerk of 145 pounds
for a 285-pound total.
Keystone had two lifters
who will be state alternates in
their classes (they placed
fourth at the sectional meet):
Amanda Wood (101) and Beth
Frampton (169). Their totals
were: Wood 85-90-175 and
Frampton 125-105-230.
Also competing for
Keystone at the meet were:
Paige Cole (154) 130-125-255,
sixth place: Julie Myers (199)
.140-125-265, fifth, place:
Octavia Copenhaver
(unlimited) 170-120-290, sixth
place.
The Indians traveled to Glen
St. Mary for a meet against
Baker County on-Jan. 30 and
will close the regular season
Thursday, Feb. 2, against
Fleming Island and Ridgeview
at Ridgeview High School in
Orange Park at 3 p.m.

Earlier results:

Keystone wins
invitational again
The Indians had three lifters
place first and one place
second as they won their
annual invitational on Jan. 21
to remain perfect on the
season.
Keystone won the
invitational with 46 points,
finishing ahead of runner-up
Crystal River, which had 38
points.
Ward, Stobbie and
Lingerfelt each took first.


Five lifters from Keystone qualified for the Florida High School Athletic
Association Finals: Kelly Michalos, Rachel Lingerfelt, Danielle Hengl, Lauren
Stobble and Brenda Ward. --..-.-


Their totals were: Ward 160-
150-310, Stobbie 180-155-335
and Lingerfelt.190-155-345.
Michalos finished as runner-
up, in her class with a bench
press of 140 pounds and a
clean and jerk of 125 pounds
for a 265-pound total.


Cole was third in the 169-
pound class. She had a bench
press of 130 pounds and a
clean and jerk of 130 pounds
for a 260-pound total.
Other Keystone results were:
Wood 85-85-170, fifth place;
Ashley Poplin (110) 105-100-.


205, fifth place; Jessica Ford
(139)' 110-125-235, fourth
place; Lasey Mitchell (183)
120-115-235, fourth place;
Hengl 140-135-275,. fourth
place; Myers 140-125-265,
fifth place; Copenhaver 175-
125-300, sixth place.


Union lifters Lync


Hannon advance to-state


,r BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Union County girls
weightlifters Kerrie Lynch and
Cara Hannon were runners-up
in their weight classes at a
sectional meet at Keystone
Heights High; School Jan. 27
and thus earned berths in the
upcoming Florida High School
Athletic Association Finals,
which will be held Saturday,
Feb. i11, at Santa Fe
Community College .in
Gainesville.
Lynch; who also qualified
for the state finals last year, set
school records, for the 1'19-
pound class, in the bench press
(140 pounds) and overall t6tal
(270 pounds). Her clean and
jerk total of 130 pounds tied a
school record.
Hannon (139-pound class), a
first-year lifter, had a bench
press of 135 pounds and a
clean and jerk of 145 pounds
for a 280-pound total. Her
bench press total and overall
total were school records and
her clean and jerk was a
personal record.
The top three lifters in each
class at the sectional meet
qualified for the state finals.
Jami Mobley just missed out
on being an alternate in the
129-pound clhss. She placed
fifth with a bench press of 120
pounds and a clean and jerk of
115 pounds for a 235 pounds.


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Hannon will
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Union County
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tied a school record and her
clean and jerk was a personal
record.
::A.lso 'competing for the
;Trgets ,wejt inahafTicker, in ;
the 169-potiid' class, and
Blythe Prose, in the 183-pound
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clean and jerk of" 115 pounds
for a 230-pound total. Prose
had a 105-pound bench press
and a 95-pound clean and jerk
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. Prose's clean and jerk was a
personal record.
Union (1-5) finished its
regular season with a home
meet against Columbia Feb. 1.


Keystone lifters

defeat Union,

remain undefeated


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Fifteen placed either first or
second for the Keystone
Heights girls .'weightlifting
team. in a 65-23 .win over
visiting Union County on Jan.
25.
Keystone lifters' Amanda
Wood (101-pound class),
Ashley Poplin (110),-Kelly
Michalos (129), Brenda Ward
(154), Lauren Stobbie (169),
Rachel Lingerfelt (183),
Danielle Hengi (199) and
Megan Deveronica (unlimited)
won their weight classes. Their
totals were: Wood 85-pound
bench press, 85-pound clean
and jerk, 17.0-pound total;
Poplin ,105-95-200; Michalos


.130-120-250; Ward 155-145-
300; Stobbie 185-155-340;
Lingerfelt ,185-145-330; Hengl
135-1 50-285; Deveronica- 1,30-
110-240.
Union'had two lifters place
first: Kerrie Lynch (119) 135-
110-245 .and Carra Hannon
.(139) 1!30-140-270., '
Placing second for Keystone
were: Sara Griffin (101) 65-
60-125, Becca' Rembert (119)
105-95-200, Jessica Ford (139)
I15-130-245, Paige Cole (154)
130-125-255, Shanda Beck
(183) 115-110-225, Julie
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Lyn Kramer (unlimited) 115-
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Abbott, Chalker recognized for community work


BY MARCIA MILLER
Telegraph Staff Writer
It was an evening of dining,
dancing and applauding
community and business
award recipients as more than
400 people attended the annual
banquet of the North Florida
Regional Chamber of
Commerce Saturday.
Involvement in the
community and in charitable
activities is a requirement for
two of the five major awards
presented, the Eugene L.
Matthews Citizen of the Year
Award and the NFRCC
Volunteer of the Year Award.
No one who knew them was
surprised when Jearrette
Abbott was named Citizen of
the Year and Adam Chalker
earned the designation of
Volunteer of the Year.
Jeanette Abbott
Abbott has been involved in
a large number of community
service activities since settling
in Bradford County several
years ago. She is a member of
numerous local organizations
and has also helped with
events planned by
organizations of which her two
equally active sisters were


BY MARCIA MILLER
Telegraph Staff Writer
Three of the top five awards
presented at the. annual
banquet of the North Florida
Regional Chamber of
Commerce are specifically
business-related.
Charleen Gathright earned
the designation. of J.E.
Tomlinson Business Person of
the Year, Robert Johnson
earned the Pat Farnsworth
Bradford County Community


Charleen Gathright of
Century 21 is the
Business Person of the
Year.


Citizen of the Year is Volunteer of the Y
Jeanette Abbott. Adam Chalke


members.
Abbott has worked. with the
Toys for Tykes organization,
collecting money and toys to
ensure that local
underprivileged children have
bright Christmases. She co-


chaired the March of
"Light a Little Star"
Bradford County.
* Master of Ceremoni
Vaughan said Abbott
to great lengths to a.s
raising funds for good


Workforce Development
Award and Trinity Mortgage
earned the Small Business of
the Year Award.

Charleen Gathright
* Master of Ceremonies Terry
Vaughan said, "High energy is
one of the many terms one
could use to describe this
lady."
Gathtight moved to Brooker
eight years ago and commuted
to Orange Park until two years
ago when she purchased the
American 'Dream real estate


office in Starke.
She left a real esta


as is evidenced by her efforts
in organizing a cow patty
bingo fundraiser for Bradford
ANrc. Arc is an organization
that provides job training and
life skills assistance to local
mentally handicapped citizens.
w-L. Abbott also serves as sponsor
for the AKtion Club, a civic
service club for mentally
handicapped residents that is
an extension of Kiwanis.
Abbott is very active as a
volunteer in the local school
system and meets once a week
with a Bradford student in her
capacity as a mentor for
Communities in Schools.
As a member of the Starke
Kiwanis Club, Abbott has
t served as president and was
named by the state
organization as a
Distinguished President for her
outstanding performance in
that office. During her year of
'ear is leadership, the club was also
Nr. named Businiess Partner of the
Year by the Bradford school
system.
f Dimes' Abbott has served Kiwanis
drive in as Membership Committee
chair and as a member of the
ies Tery Community Service
will 'go Committee and Fundraising
sist uith Committee.
d causes. She has also been very
active, as a volunteer for
chamber of commerce events.
She served as church
secretary for the First United
Methodist Church of, Starke
'" and has been a highly active
member of the congregation
S for many years.
I Abbott showed her true
spirit as a doer, not a talker,
when she accepted her award
Saturday. "Thank y'all," she
te office said as she smiled.


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then a much smaller agency.
Gathright said she mo'ed ,to
Bradford 'County from
Jacksonville seeking a quieter.
more rural lifestyle.
Quieter didn't mean less
active, however, and Gathright
became very active in chamber
events and efforts.' She also
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BC Jaguars to
meet Feb. 20
The Bradford County
Jaguars 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.

Grand Lodge
sponsoring
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All graduating seniors in the
state of Florida who will be
attending a state-supported
school the next
semester/quarter after
graduation (excluding summer
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awarded one of 10 $1,000
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An original 1,000 word
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Education is Important" with
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.CHALKER
.Continued from p; 10C


BIRTHDAY
Continued from p. 6C

"Just so I can one up my
good friend Steve Futch,
instead of having Louie Belle
Parks Day, we're going to give
you a whole week (Jan. 24-31,
2006)," Cooper said.
Each proclamation, along
with the one presented to Parks
by Coe, detailed a little bit of
Parks' history as well as her
involvement with the Shands
Starke Auxiliary and her
volunteer work at the voting
polls in Bradford County.
Parks also had the pleasure
Sof having her, two sons, Bill
and George, .on hand for the
celebration. Bill Parks talked
of how his mother, because of


her age, has seen many friends
come and go, but she continues
to make new friends.
"Someone once told me it
doesn't hurt to be nice to
people and you've certainly
proven that is true," Bill Parks
said.
Parks, when asked at the
conclusion of the luncheon if
she was looking forward to
another celebration a year from
now, replied that she was sure
she would not be around for a
101 party.
"But you never know," she
said. "I said that 10 years ago."
David and Martha Smith
wished to extend their thanks
to the members of First Baptist
Church and others from
throughout the community.
who helped with the
celebration.


The Small Business of the'Year was Trinity Mortgage. At left is one of the owners,
Adam Chalker. (L-R) Past Chairman Linda Tatum and 2006 Chairman Brad Carter
congratulate all three partners while Keith Marshall and Jeremy Crawford accept the


AWARDS
Continued from p, 10C

grew the local agency to the
point where it recently opened
a second office in Keystone
Heights. Her agency is now
-keeping 22 agents busy.
When presented % ith the
Business Person of the Year
Award, Gathright said, "I just
want to let everyone know
how pleased I am to be part of
this community. Thank you for
making me feel so welcome.


plaque.

This committee is. charged
with encouraging the creation
of new jobs so area people can.
earn more money and enjoy a
better standard of living.
In seeking ways to create
jobs, Johnson designed and
introduced a program that
awards financial assistance to
employers who create new
jobs. Businesses can earn up to
$5,000 for each new job they
create.
Although very active on the
Workforce Development
Board and in the chamber,
Johnson is also highly active in


the variuscivicnd here." the community through his
the various civic service and church and through civic
community organizations that service activities with the
might be able to'meet them. Robert Johnson Starke Kiwanvities Club.
Taking his position very Pastor Robert Johnson of the He has also founded three
.seriously, Chalker and the Starke Church of God earned preschools and two private
Community Action Group saw the Workforce Development elementary schools.
.a need-to help the communities Award after being appointed as
become more aware of and the faith-based representative "This is a high honor.and I
involved in the activities of to the Alachua.-Bradford feel unworthy of the
their political representatives. Workforce Development recognition," said Johnson.
EHe helped set up "Meet the Board. "I've been in this community)
-Sheriff" forums in both That organization combines only a short time, but I pledge
=Bradford and Clay counties. leaders from business, as a pastor and as a
-This gave local citizens easy government, education and representative of the chamber
access to law enforcement civic service to oversee a to work to do what I can to
-officials and an opportunity to budget of $4 million that is make Bradford County the best
voice concerns. used to assist business growth possible place to live."
? Chalker also helped organize in Alachua and Bradford
political forums for candidates counties.
-in the political races for the The board seeks ways to Trinity Mortgage
'Keystone Heights City boost the creation of jobs and Adam Chalker, Jeremy
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charged with ensuring that city Jobs-Better Wages Committee Although only two years
rules and regulations are and rose to serve as vice- old, the business has already
upheld. chairman of that organization. tripled in size. It began with
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Heights- Business Association. is n6w available in this area!
He is a deacon at Madison Certified Professional Educator Curriculum Custom-Tailored to Your
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Sportsman's Banquet

Saturday, February 4, 2006

pPMadison Street Baptist Church

900 West Madison Street
Dr. Chad Everson, Senior Pastor








tWith Guest Speaker Joey Hancock

Dinner begins at 5:30, a donation of 5.00 will be accepted.

Speaker begins at 7:00 p.m. There is no charge.

To make reservations call

90-964-7557


only the three owners and now
has a roster of 10 employees.
The business volume has
also- tripled, along with the
workforce. What began as a
s mall mortgage brokerage now
includes a title company and
two leading underwriters.
Trinity Mortgage owns the
,entire block of businesses at
105 Edwards Road and leases
the additional storefronts to
other businesses.
"We truly appreciate this
honor," said Chalker as
spokesperson for the three
owners.


Pastor Robert Johnson
of the Church of God of
Starke earned the
Community Workforce
Development Award.

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Virginia Darby pins a corsage on Dolly Spires in
honor of her 99th birthday.


Sonnys brings back the good old days!
Enjoy all the tender. juicy Bar-B-Q Chicken
and slow-smoked Pork you can eat. With your 0
choice of Baked Potato, Sweet Potato or Frendch
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that promote healthy pines.


* Thin dense pine stands.
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during harvests.


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of Agriculture and Consumer Services,
Division of Forestry, the University of
Florida/IFAS, and the USDA Forest Service.







Page 12C TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR--C-SECTION Feb. 2, 2006


WRAPS
Continued from p. 9C

a bench press of 130 pounds
and a clean and jerk of 150
pounds for a 280-pound total.
Also, Cortnee Patterson
(119-pound class) placed
fourth with a 125-pound bench
press and a 130-pound clean
and jerk for a total of 255
pounds.
Reba Bennett, who placed
sixth in the 129-pound class,
had a 120-pound bench press
and a 110-pound clean and
jerk for a total of 230 pounds.
E.rior to- the KHH-S
Invitational, the Tornadoes
hosted Wakulla on Jan. 19,
losing by just 10 points (46-



KHHS
Continued from p. 9C

The Tigers had three lifters
finish as runners-up: Eva Panzl
(110) 95-100-195, Jami
Mobley (129) 115-110-225
and Hannah Tucker (169) 115-
115-230.
Chadler Singletary (119),
Courtney Pace (129), Rachel
Rothwell (139) and Lasey
Mitchell (169) each placed
third for the Indians. Their
totals were: Singletary 75-70-
145, 'Pace 95-90-185, Rothwell
-80-95-175 and Mitchell 115-
110-225.
Cassie Lee (110) and
Chasity Lloyd (154) were
Union's third-place finishers.
Their totals were: Lee- 85-80-
165 and Lloyd 120-125-245.



BHS
Continued from p. 7C.

Earlier result:

Bulldogs 60 BHS 52
Like in their loss to Santa
Fe/ the Tornadoes let a, slim
halftime lead slip away in a
60-52 loss to district opponent .
Suwannee on Jan. 24 in Starke.
Bradford had a four-point
lead before being outscored.
36-24 in the second half.
DeSue led the team with 15
points. Wilson had 14 and
Bly.e I1. '
Cubbedge added eight
points.


Score by Quarter
SHS: 10 14 18
BHS: 14 14 16'


36) despite pitting 11 lifters
against Wakulla's 25.
Five Bradford lifters won
their weight classes: Samantha
Schmidt (101) 75-pound bench
press, 80-pound clean and jerk,
155-pound total; Padgett 100-
120-220; Patterson 120-120-
240; Leigh 140-150-290;
Nichols 130-150-280.
Bennett, Tiffany Williams
(154) and Brandi Crowe (169)
each had a second-place finish,
while Lindley Sexton (129)
and Elizabeth Fox (139) each-
placed third. Their totals were:
Bennett 120- 1 1 0-230,
Williams 100-140-240, Crowe
105-110-215, Sexton 95-120-
1215 and Fox 95-TTO-205' ..


18-60
8-52


Bradford Scoring (52): E.
Blye 11, Cubbedge 8, DeSue
15,, Hankerson 4, Wilson 14. 3-
pointers: Blye, Wilson 3,
DeSue 4. Free throws: 6-12.



Starke

Recreation

Department

is registering

for baseball
The Starke, Recreation
Department is. currently
registering players through
Friday, Feb. 17, for this year's
baseball season.
-.Children will be: placed in
one of four leagues: rookies
(ages 6-8). minors (9-10),
majors (11-12), Babe Ruth
(.13-15) and Babe Ruth (16-
18). The determining date for
the child's age is April 30.
Children 8 or 10 may play in
the nemt higher league only if
they have exceptional skills
, and a parent signs a waiver.
The cost of registration is
$55 ($65 after Feb. 17), plus
there is a $1 fee if a child has
: ne'er played before to cover
the cost of a Babe Ruth birth
card.
Also, if a child has never
played before, a birth
certificate must be shown at
the time of registration.
Children must lne. in an\
area of the county but Lawtey,
Brooker or Hampton to play
with the Starke division, .or
they must attend a Starke
school. If a child played in
either Lawle'y, Brooker or
* Hampton last year, he or she
has the option .to play in that
same area this year. However,
once a child plays with the
Starke league. he or she must
stay in this area to play
baseball unless he or she
mo\es.
Players w ill need to
purchase a pair of baseball
pants. Rubber cleats or tennis
shoes may be worn in the
rookie. minor and major
_leagues. It is suggested that
Babe Ruth players wear rubber
or metal cleats
For more information, call
.the Starke Recreation
Department i.t i904) 964-6792.


C HA M P attempts, but was unable to him, which they do."
A convert. McLeod also got help from
C .That left things up to the defenders Nick Salsbery and
Continued from p. 8C defense, which was pressured Sam Nadler, who cleared a ball
heavily by Crescent City in the out of the box in the 71st
Approximately three final 20 minutes of the match. minute.
minutes into the second half, The Raiders took many shots "They're smart players,"
the Indians put themselves on on goal, including a free kick Waters said of the defensive
the board after perfectly that ricocheted off of one of duo.
executing a set play. Brad the goal posts. The Indians put themselves
Gober took a corner kick and Waters said he believes into the district championship
placed it perfectly for Bennett Keystone goalie Michael match by defeating a Pierson
to be able to head it into the McLeod, who finished with Taylor team, that was seeking
net. nine saves, is the best goalie in its ninth consecutive regional
Waters said that is a play north Florida in any district or playoff berth, 441,'on Jan. 24.
that has worked four times for classification. Gober delivered two assists
the Indians this season. "I feel like it puts pressure in the first half as the Indians
Keystone had several more on the other teams," Waters took a 2-0 lead into halftime.
.opportunities to score, said. "They-feeLlike1-hey--have- Gbeir -first-assist-aet up-
ificluding three breakaway ,;.to have a perfect shot to beat Ryan Hannah for a successful
II I!-, .


----


-~CtiC41


shot in the sixth minute. Gober
then sent a pass to Al Duren,
who sprinted into open space
and sent the ball into the net's
upper corner for the Indians'
second goal in the 32nd minute.
It was Duren who recorded
the assist in the 70th minute, .
setting up Hayden Rodel's
goal.
Drew Wingate put the
Indians up 4-0 off of an assist
from Bennett in the 73rd
minute.
Taylor's Eduardo Rodriguez -
finally put his -team on the .
board with a goal in the 74t'
minute. .....
7 -MIeLeodI finished the match
with nine saves for Keystone.


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