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USPS 648-200 Three Sections Lake Butler, Florida Thursday, March 16, 2006


..,.'' :"1 ;ENTS


93rd Year L


www.UCTm so-ail a.


Inside pages include Oe Pat 3rtint a UCHS publication


Strawberry Royalty


Union County resident Lauren Allen is shown just after
winning the Ms. Bradford/Union Strawberry Queen title.
Allen won the competition Saturday night at the
Bradford County High School auditorium. Allen recently
completed her reign as Ms. Union County High for 2005.
For more pictures from the pageant hnd a run down of
all the festivities, see page 8B.
.. .. .. .


ts up for grabs in 2006


Several seal


BY JAMES REDMOND
Times Staff Writer
Several political seats will
be up for grabs during the
election cycle of 2006.
County commission districts
.2 and 4 could be two of three
the hotter races. The District 2
seat is currently held by Morris
Dobbs. The district covers the
eastern part of the county,
including Raiford.
The District 4, seat is
currently held by commission
Chairman Wayne Smith. He
has held the chairman's
position for more than 12
years. His district includes the
western section of the county,
including Providence.
Another seat that will be
open for challenge is that of
Union County Judge David
Reimanri. The seat has been
held by Reiman for more than
23.years. It has been six years
since he last had to run for his
position. Up unritil 2000, the
seat was .contested every four
years. In 2000, the term was
changed to six. years.
The Union Counts School
Board will have the most seats
up for challengers. School
board members' in districts I,
3 and 5 terms are up in 2006
and each will have to reclaim,
their seat.
So if your interested in
running for any of these,
positions how do you go about
Ssigning up? According to
Deputy Supervisor of Elections
Debbie Osborne, it's a simple
step process. '
"First, goeo the bank of your
...choice and open your
campaign account." Osborne


is to file an alternative method
affidavit. q
"In this process, candidates
go through the community and
collect the signatures of I
percent of the voters in their
district," Osborne said. "For
instance, Wayne Smith would
need eight Democrats and two
Republicans to sign petition
cards. By doing this, the
.candidate is not required to pay
the filing fee."
Once it is determined how
the filing fee will be taken care
of, the next step is for the
candidate to file a statement of
candidate. The statement
certifies that the candidate read
the requirements of conduct
and agrees to abide by them.
Once these steps are
complete, the candidate is free
to begin collecting campaign
contributions and getting
petition cards for the
alternative method of fee
signed.
"When turning, in these
cards, the candidate will have
to pay $.10 per card," Osborne
said. "This goes toward the
cost of our office verifying the
signatures-on the card."
One other thing Osborne
said candidates should be
aware of is the duty of their
campaign treasurer.
"Once a candidate has
opened a campaign account,
the) must begin filing
campaign treasurer reports
\ ith our office," Osborne said.
For any aspiring politician,
the Union County-Super isor
of Elections office also has

See SEATS, p. 7A


Pageant to
raise money
for bus victims
Anyone between the ages
of infant to 18 years of age"
is invited to participate in a
pageant that will benefit
victims of the Jan. 25 bus
accident. The pageant will
take place on Thursday,
April 13 at 7 p.m. The
location will be.determined.
Entry fee is $50 and all
participants will receive an
award. All proceeds will go
to the accident victims. For
more information, call (386)
867-0305.





First
Community
Church hosts
sing
* The First Community
Church of Brooker will host
a gospel sing on Saturday,
March 18, at 7 p.m. the
group Glory Bound will be
there. The church is located
on Touchtone St. in
Brooker. For more
information, call (386) 496-
2805.


Gallagher makes campaign stop in Lake Butler


IBY JAMES REDMOND
Times Staff Writer
Republican gubernatorial
candidate Tom Gallagher made
a campaign stop in Lake Butler
on Tuesday.
Gallagher, who is
challenging Florida Attorney
General Charley Crist for the
Republican nomination, said
there was one question that
*needed to be answered by
Florida's next governor.
"Can we keep Florida the
state of opportunity?,"
Gallagher asked. "It all about
making sure that this state
remains the state of
opportunity for our kids and
grand kids."
Gallagher told the gathering
that the state was currently on
the right track, but needed
someone who could keep it
going in that direction.
"The state's unemployment
rate is 3 percent," Gallagher
said. "That's unbelievable, yet
we still have some areas that
need some help and we can't
forget them."
Gallagher said for the first
time in the state's history it
iad a AAA bond rating.
"That means that were
saving $100 million o'er the,
next ten years in interest
payments." Gallagher said.
It's because we been frugal.".
One area Gallagher said the
state looked to have problems
was in the insurance industry..
"In 15 months the insurance
industry lost $30.5 billion
because of hurricanes,"
Gallagher said. "If we're going'
to be a state of opportunity, we
need to make sure we have
rnarket where )ou can buy
insurance."
Education was another
important part of Gallagher's
stand. '
"We need to insure that are
children are educated and: not
rqoved to a higher grade level
until their ready," Gallagher
said. "We have seventh and
eighth graders hot even


reading on a first grade level
and that won't work." ;
The high school drop Out
rate was another of his
concerns..
"We need to see'the drop out
rate in this state go down." he
said. "It's the future of our
state and that's important."
He said he felt that the state
had already made -.some
important strides in this
direction.
"This year 51 percent of our
fourth graders were at or above
their reading level," Gallagher
said. "Last year that was 31
percent."
He said as governor he
would address the issue of
children in foster care,.
"Currently %we have 40,000
in our foster care system,"
Gallagher said. "As governor it
will be my priority to see the
kids that can be adopted find'
the families that want to adopt
them."
In conclusion. Gallagher
said he knew the state was
moving in the right direction, it
just needed to be kept on the
right track.
Aver) Roberts, who
sponsored the reception along
with Marvin Pritchett, said he
felt Gallagher had what it took
to be the state's next governor:
"We all have to make a
decision that will be critical to
the future of our state,"
Roberts said. "I think if you'll
get to.know this man, I think
you'll find this the man how
needs to lead this state."
Though he was born and
raised in Delware Gallagher
came to Florida to attend
college. On a partial
scholarship he made his way-
through the University of
Miami. After graduation, he
served in the Army in
Washington D.C. After an
honorable discharge he
returned to Miami.
In 1974, he was elected to


See STOP, p. 8A


Tom Gallagher talks to the crowd gathered in the Lake Butler Community Center
Tuesday night. Gallagher was on the campaign trail letting Union County residents
know why they should vote for him.


LB Woman's
Club offers
scholarship
The Lake Butler
Woman's Club is offering a
scholarship for a female
resident of Union County to
attend an | accredited
university or college in the
state of Florida. The
scholarship will pay $500 to
.the individual.'If you are
.interested in applying, you
can pick up an application
-packet from Bobbie Morgan
at the Union County School
Board Office located at 55
S.W. Sixth Street in Lake
Butler. All applications
must be submitted no later
than April 14.




Class of 1996
plans reunion
The Union County High
School Class of 1996 is
planning its 10 year reunion.
If you are interested in
helping or know how to
contact any member of the
class, you are asked to
contact Karrie Hersey
Patrick at (386) 496-0614 or
Courtnie Davison Douglas
at (386) 496-3326. You 'cn
also e mail
uchsclassofl996@aol.com.



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


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said. "-men file form DS-D9
(appointment of campaign
treasurer and...designation of
depository) with the supefV-isor
of elections' office."
The next step would be to
. decide just how your going to
pay your filing fee. One option
is to just pay the fee. Each
office has a fee based on the
salary of the office. For county
commissioners, the fee is 6
percent. For school board and
judicial candidates the fee is 4
percent.
"The county commission fee
is higher because they pay a
.party assessment," Osborne
said.. "There is a 3 percent
filing fee, a 1 percent. election
assessment for all candidates.
County commissioners pay an
additional 2 percent party fee."
According to Osborne, only
county commissioners :pay the
fee because the, other races are
all nonpartisan.
So just how much of a fee
would have to be payed to run
for a particular office? County
commission candidates would
have to pay $1,504. The salary
of Union County
commissioners is $25,081.
This does not. 'include other
benefits, like health, insurance
and retirement contributions.
School board members
annual salary is $22,430.
According to Osborne, 'the
filing fee to be a school board
member is $897.'
The filing fee for county
judge is higher. Four percent
of the judge's $130.692 salary.
is $5,2_27
So %\hat if you are unable to
pay these fees? The other way






Page 2A UNION COUNTY TIMES March 16, 2006


The Union County High School Student Newspaper

A Division of the UCHS Agriscience Education Department





Tbe ato rint


Volume I, Number 1


1000 South Lake Avenue, Lake Butler, Florida 32054


March 2006


Students cope with lose of classmates


The UCHS Agricultural Communications class takes a
moment to have a little fun.


Ag Communications

program for success


BY WHITNEY DUKES
and PRESTON KINSEY
Paw Prints Staff Writer
Wednesday January 25th
2006 was anything but an
ordinary day for local residents
of Union County. Panic spread
across the small community as
news of a fatal crash quickly
spread. Parents rushed to the
scene of the accident on state
road 121 not knowing what to
expect.
One of the three vehicles
involved in the accident was
bus number 13 on route to
taking children home from all
three Union County Schools.
As hours rolled on more and
more questions arose. How
many. casualties were there?
Who exactly was involved in
the accident? And what caused
this tragedy everyone knew
little about? The media
reported what they thought to
be'true but managed to 'only
make matters more confusing


and CHARLES RUSHING The photography than they already were. The
Pand CHPrntStaffRLES RUSHING program is designed to make casualty number rose and fell
Paw PintStaffWrters students acquainted in the area from one television channel to
When the students created of professional picture taking, another. As many restless
their schedules itn the 2005 and editing. Radio hours went by, it was officially
year, they had no deawha to broadcasting is .a program confirmed that seven Union
year, om h wat designed to familiarize County children had lost their
expect from this particular students with successfully lives in the accident, three
Agriculture programurprise, the eating radio equipment. which were students at Lake
rotheram turned out to be One of the major Butler Middle School, one who
enprogram-n o ufr rowth responsibilities is the was a student at Lake Butler
beneficialnot lyfor growth production of a live radio Elementary School and one
roram has also been show. Film editing is a who was a sophomore here at
beneficial for the growth of been program designed to accustom Union County High School.
bcomunitia This pogrowamth e the students to working with Cynthia, known to most as
community. This program has film equipment as well as Nikki Mann was, the 15-year-
comntributed bringing t r composing professional old sophomore behind the
community closer 'together; looking films and successfull) wheel of the Pontiac
This was accomplished- operating film editing Bonneville involved in the
through the donations of computer programs ng Bonneville involved in the
various supplies which e p--
contributed to the success of equipT s the first year'ti' Robel
.the-progra-m.'Mr. This is the fiPrs year'tis- ...
th- gra ul Le 'is~ particular rogramg hasbeen Tax &
Swas an integral-part-'he successful. Emerson has hopes Tax & A
radio production group's of advancing the program even Providing Pro
.success this year. This is onl further in the coming years.Providing Pro
one example of kindness that Emerson states. "I will .be
was ricuexendre C ommu the ion implementing the following Financial Planning
agriculture Communications components throughout the' Computerized Bookkeeping
program This program has .next few years: Televisin
also helped the community in Production, live Disk
ineolarea of community Jockn ing, as well as web-page Business: (386) 496-1187
involvement, the students design." .. l r(27 1
within Lake Butler have shown Lesley Boydis an active Cellular: (352) 745-1176
a mass interest in the well- student the Agriculture
being of our community. Communication program.
Taking advantage,,of every..
Taking advantage of every Boyd states, '-The program has'
opportu nity to assist been very successful, as %lelO
individuals in the community as a wonderful learning B usy hot
and help oqt during experience especially in the
community projects.' areaof radid broadcasting. "g
Thereoaen seve ral believe the program will be
that will be of assistance to fenturewiththeadvancementsh
future the advancements 7-
Union County High -School in Emerson will make with the a 7 (
their future careers. For program.. Also, ifwe only
instance, students have been marog sure the students areonly
fcqudantals o teh gt accomIplishing a goal by being ou tr pare
Chfundamentals of technology creative, our program will
Charlotte Emerson. The magnify within our school.
teacher of Agriculture. Overall, it has been going d "
Comm unications, decided tha pretty goodin my opinion
the class room would work to. a d
optimal efficiency if there AI-I A /
were eight people in each .. .HAPPY '
group, who rotated every nine- soth
week; accomplishing The
important tasks in the areas of [gTHDAy T 7
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Morality is character and..
conduct such as is required
by the, circle or community
in which the man's life
happens to be placed. It
shows how much good
men require of us.
-Henry Ward Beecher


crash.
Union County Schools
opened as scheduled on
_Thursday morning .with
counselors and staff members
ready to help students cope
with. the loss of their friends
and fellow classmates.
Makeshift memorials were set
up outside the school and
throughout the halls of Union
County High School to help
students express their thoughts
and feelings. The students of
Mrs. Boyle's science class set
up a desk that belonged to
Nikki for students to sign and
share their feelings about their
tragic loss. Nikki's locker was
also decorated with pictures
and roses, in memory of her
death.
Our hearts will continue to
go out to the Mann/Scott
families and to the small
community of Union County.
The Mann/Scott children will
never be forgotten.
We would also like to
remind you to keep Ricky and
Diana Murphy in your prayers
as they. recover from their
injuries involved in the crash.
Ricky arid Diana are at :the
Vista Rehab Center on 39" St.
in Gainesville. Both Diana'and
Ricky are ready for visitors.
Visitors are welcome between
the hours of 4 pm and 9 pm.
The family would like to send
huge thanks for all of your
prayers and support.
If you would like to help by
donating money to offset any

See COPE, p. 3A


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March 16, 2006 UNION COUNTY TIMES Page 3A


COPE
Continued from p. 2A

expenses the families may
have, please contact
Mercantile Bank -of Lake
Butler 1-800-238-8681 or
Community State Bank of
Lake Butler 386-496-3333.
Your donations will be greatly
appreciated.


In conclusion, if
today was my last day, I would
spend time with friends and
family, and prepare to be
happy with the Lord. I know I
will be happy knowing that
what I said to Nikki is true
which is: just know this isn't
goodbye, it's see you again
next time. That's what I would
do on that day.


I miss you, Nikki!


Student

Literature


The following are examples
of students work from Mrs.
Howell's class. The writing
situation was, "What would
you do on your last day to
live?"
I don't know what I would do
if I was told I only had one day
to live I would be afraid, I
at for sure. Everyone
al. talks about doing the
extreme, almost suicidal
things, but I would just want to
do the simple things that mean
the most. I would spend the
entire day with people I love. I
would also tell everyone what
they meant to me.
Just twenty-four hours to
spend with the ones I love! I
would feel like a victim df a
robbery, being robbed of the
time needed to see my loved
ones. I'm not a flashy person; I
wouldn't want to go skydiving
or Rocky Mountain climbing. I
would want to spend time at
the beach with my family.
Anytime we've ever gone to
the beach it's always been a
delightful escapade. While at
the beach, I would devote the
daytime to my family and I
would promise the night to the
man I love. I would watch the
sunset and have a marvelous
time. Spending a fun-filled day
with my family and then a
romantic evening with the one
I love would be perfect.
I know that I'm always
regretting not telling someone
exactly how I felt. I wouldn't
want to die without everyone
knowing what they meant to
me. I would tell my Mom and
Dad that I was very
appreciative about everything
they did for. me, Also, Lwquld, ,4
tell this girl that was always
getting on my nerves tfhai 1
wasn't all her.
I would never want the
feeling of counting down
twenty-four hours until my
death. I would.spend time with
my family and tell everyone
what I thought of them, good
or bad. I would try to express
all of my feelings in those few,
much needed hours.

-Amber Franzleubers

Some people wouldn't
know what to do if it .was their
last day to live. Some people'
wouldn't or don't want to
think about it. As for me, I
know what I would do, which
would be,,spend time with
friends and family, and prepare
to meet God and be happy.
First, if it was my last .
day to live, I would spend time
with friends and family. I
would go out with friends to
eat, or maybe shopping. I
would also make things right
with anyone I've hurt in the -
past, soI'm not leaving this
world with regrets of ,wht I've
done or said. Most
importantly, I would spend
time with my family doing the
things that they like to do. I
would also use the time to say
the things we want or need to
say. Also, just be comfortable
and not think about the bad
thing to come.
Second, I would prepare,
'and be happy to meet God.
Some people wonder how you
could be happy on a day like
this, but why would you want
to leave sad? By preparing. I
would get right with the Lord
and pray at my church one
more time. I would also
prepare as much as I can to see
my Lord's face, and to also see
my family's faces./The reason
I would be happy is because, I
will finally be free.:It's been
told to me before, to cry at
births and rejoice at death.
This means cry for the people
being born into the cruel
world, and rejoice for the
people who can now be free. L
would rejoice on that day, not
only because I'll be free, but
also because I know that I
-would see her again someday..
When everything happened, I
couldn't function and I was
depressed, I' still am, but I-
smile because I know I'll see
her again. Just like I wrote to
her I would. That's why I
would be happy, because I
would be with Nikki!


- Tara Brown


In Mrs. Neal's English II
class, students were required
to do a project after reading
Shakespeare's Julius Caesar.
This is Brandon Tifft's
rendition of how the story
went.

Julius Caesar
By Brandon Tifft

Brutus and Cassius are alone
at last,
And Antony's army is
growing fast.
Cassius is mad but Brutus
don't care,
So Cassius scolds him for
being unfair.
He punished an officer for
taking a bribe without
permission,
Cassius wrote a letter to
defend him, but Brutus didn't
listen.
'Brutus answers back with a
hateful reply,
Cassius is shocked and ready
to die.
Cassius is outraged and
gives him a sword,
Tells Brutus to kill him and
he wont say a ,word.
A man arrives .and yells at
them for bickering,
Telling them to hear them
fight is just so sickening.
Cassius-just laughs but
Brutus gets mad,
Tells him to get out, and
gives news that's bad.
Brutus tells Cassius that a
close friend has-died,
Portia swallowed fire and
committed suicide.
Titinius.and Messala arrive
with some news,
That 100 senators have died,
but they. don't know who.
Brutus suggests that they
march to Philippi, tonight, ,.,,
,Cassius,doesn't agree and, .
puts up a fight.
But Brutus persists and
Cassius gives in,
Cassius goes to sleep and
Brutus calls in two friends.
He asks them to stay with
him for the night,
When everyone is asleep,
Brutus sees quite a sight.
Caesars ghost is in Brutus's
tent,
He came to tell Brutus of an
. upcoming event.
Caesars ghost says they, will-
meet again, '
Not knowing what to do,
Brutus wakes his friends.
,He tells them that they're
leaving now for Philippi
To try to put a stop to their
fast growing enemy.



School

happenings


March 14 ,
JBaseball.--7:00

March 16
Guys & Dolls Play 7:30
Girls Softball 7:00

March 17
Varsity Baseball 6:00
Guys & Dolls Play 7:30-
Girls Softball 7:00 ,

March 18
Guys & Dolls Play 7:30

March 19
Guys& Dolls Play-3:00

March 20 March 24
SPRING BREAK

March 27
Boys Tennis -3:30

S March 28
Girls Softball 7:00
March 29
Girls Tennis 3:30

March 30
Boys Tennis 3:30

March 31
Band Theater
Girls Softball 6:00

April .
Prom


Cara del Gato is experimental fun punk


BY LILLIE
EMMELHAINZ and
SARAH BENNETT
Paw Prints Staff Writer

"Experimental fun punk
about monsters," said Kyle
Mattox as he described his
band, Cara del Gato. The band
consists of Mattox on the
banjo, mandolin, bass, and
drums and Waylon Thornton
on the electric guitar, acoustic
guitar, and vocals. Having
grown up together surviving
fireworks and electrocution,
Thornton and Mattox have
become a dynamic duo on and
off the stage.
Although the two have only
been together collectively as a
band for two years they first
met at infancy. Comically
Thornton reminisces a time
when both mothers were
sharing a hospital room with
Thornton and Mattox still in
the womb. When they were
little kids Thornton tied
.Mattox to a lawn chair and lit.
fireworks underneath said
Lesley Boyd, a friend and
fellow senior of Thornton and
Mattox. Indeed the boys have
gone through a lot together.
Initially Thornton played
solo. Later, however, Mattox
joined. Thornton said they
were friends and Maddox was
good on the guitar so, "...why
not?" The boys have become
inseparable ever since.
When we inquired about
practice times Mattox replied
"Practice?" inquisitively. The
boys only get together on rare
occasion when a new idea for a
song is being born.
"Honestly," said Thornton,
"spontaneity is what makes our'
live shows happen."
Preparation for a show reflects
the same relaxed attitude the
guys carry with them through
every day life. Before hitting
the stage the boys chill with
Checkers hamburgers, ice-cold
lemon-aid, and large doses of
caffeine.
* "Haha," Mattox chuckled.
Both guys grinned when asked


Thornton is hard at work on the six-string.


Mattox pounds the skins at the Civic Media Center in
Gainesville, Florida.


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At the Fair all week


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just fun and games for
everyone. Some students work
.hard all year for this very
week; They exhibit everything
in the Bradford/Union Fair
from quail to steers. The fair
will be held at the Bradford
County Fair Grounds. Here is a
listing of the week's events.

Monday, March 20th-
Steer Weigh In- 8:00-11:00
Pig Weigh In- 1:00-3:00


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about their most embarrassing
moment on stage. Getting
electrocuted in the face is
Thornton's most embarrassing
moment. During a live
performance, while talking to
the crowd, perspiration dripped
on Thornton's microphone
sending volts of electricity into
his face. He began to spin
violently around the stage,
trying to remain conscious as
the electricity took its revenge
on his body.
The reputation of the band as
being crazy and inventive is
well known throughout UCHS.
Mattox told us that a fan once
described the music as a
chocolate steamboat crashing
into a porcupine island.
"They're crazy and they don't
always use the normal
instruments that [other bands]
would use," said Brad Ward, a
long time friend of the guys
and a fellow senior at UCHS.
"If you know the meaning
behind the songs, they are
funny."
With Inspirations like
Johnny Cash, Half Japanese,
The Pixies, and Beat
Happening, it's not surprising
that Thornton and Mattox's
music does not reflect any hits
of today.
Just Recently Cara del Gato
finished their first record and
they are available to purchase
-from Mattox or Thornton. The
cost is $5. Although shirts are
not ready to purchase, the guys
are willing to make one at
'request. Comically, Thornton
described the tee-shirt making
process as just one stop at the
Dollar General for tee shirts
and spray paint.
The music of Cara del Gato
has reached much further than
the halls of UCHS. Already,
early in their career, the guys
have performed in many large
venues in the surrounding area.
When they reach the pinnacle
of success, we hope the guys
will not forget us here at
'UCHS. We all wish you the
best of luck!
For the latest show dates,
biographies, mp3's, photo's,
and general information log on
to www.CaradelGato.com.



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Page 4A UNION COUNTY TIMES March 16, 2006

- M M T Procrastinators guide to prom


The winning sausage group. Front Row(I-r)- Hali
Perryman, Chelsea Blalock, Michelle Hunter, Jami
Mobley and Carissa Driggers. Back Row- Brian
Franzleubers.


Sausage anyone?


L-

___CarolLewis has been with the Union County School
District for over 28 years. The faculty, staff and student
body will miss her. Lewis's projected retirement date is
April 28, 2006.


Retirement at last


BY JENNIFER LAKE
and COURTNEY FLOYD
Paw Prints Staff Writer
Imagine attending UCHS for
four years, graduating, and
then coming back for 28 years
to work as a bookkeeper! That
is exactly what Mrs. Carol
Lewis did. After almost. three
decades of service to our
school, Lewis is planning to
retire on April 28, 2006, just a
few short weeks before
graduation. She recalls fond
memories, of all the graduating
classes, and when asked which
class was her favorite she
responded, "(from), 1979-2006
all.are memorable.", .,
Lewis.v ha a mlethdra of
knowledge and experience she
.will leave for the future
bookkeeper. The best piece of
advice she could give them is,
"Don't lose your balance."
She also shared the highs and
lows of her professional career.
Lewis said the most difficult
parts of her job are collecting
on bad checks, gettlling all of
the bills paid, and training ne'v
staff in matters involving


money. However, the
seemingly dreadful aspects of
her job are definitely
outweighed by the things she
truly enjoys. In fact, she says,
"(I enjoy) almost everything, I
love the work." Lewis also
considers herself very
fortunate because her family is
close by, So close in fact,
Lewis actually works with her
sister in-law, Mrs. Beverly
Breckenridge,, who is the
Spanish teacher at Union
County High School.
After retirement, Lewis
plans on sleeping late,
traveling, reading, shopping,
and spending time with her
grandchildren. Lewis also said
Sa part-time job'itiaY'be'ih hef'
future.w Mrs.: Lewis has- seen
many students graduate and
move on to the next phase of
their lives. The student body
and the faculty of UCHS will
Snow have the privilege to say
goodbye to one of our most
trusted and loved friends. We
wish Mrs. Lewis all of the luck
in the world as she embarks on
this new and, exciting
adventure. Farewell Mrs.
Lewis, we will miss you.


Older generations are living proof that younger generations
,. can survive their lunacy.
-Cullen Hightower


BY KALEB CLYATT and
ASHYLN WOODINGTON
Paw Prints Staff Writer
Every year Mr. David
.Harris's Animal Science III
classes learn about the primal
and retail cuts of pork. One
section of this unit deals with
the making of sausage.
Students are responsible for
every aspect of this activity.
They actually do everything
from .grinding the pork to
marketing and selling the'
finished product.
The first step in this activity
is creating a recipe and
measuring its ingredients. The
additives could include
anything from .standard
sausage seasonings to the
craziest and most disgusting
sounding inventions. You
never know what to expect
from some groups. One such
group, which included the
outrageous Preston Kinsey and
Whitney Dukes, decided to
"wow" the judges by adding
apples, caramel, and honey
mustard to their recipe.
Surprisingly, their sausage was
last year's best. This year'.s
contest had its share of
extreme concoctions too..
Once the recipe has been
completed, the time comes to
cut and select the correct
percentages of fat and lean
meat. "'Cumng the meat is the
.i mo&t-, exeititg "part. -,of ,-the
sausage making, processs.," said
junior Hali Perryman, whose
team prepared the best sausage
this year. In order to ensure a
palatable sausage, a fraction of
the mixture must consist of
pork fat. The students must
also grind the pork. This, along
.with, the rest of the activity,
was done in the Agriculture
Department's new meat
processing lab. The final steps
include stuffing the sausage
into sheep casings, or patting
the sausage, smoking, freezing
and then cooking it.
.Not only do the students
have to process the sausage,
they also, have to prepare a
!. i


culinary presentation to be
criticized by the selected
judges. Each group was
allowed two side items. This
year's winning group was
.Chelsea Blalock, Carissa
Driggers, Brian Franzleubers,
Michelle Hunter, Jami Mobley
and Hali Perryman. Their
sausage recipe consisted of
pepper, salt, garlic, basil,
rosemary, chili powder, sage
and almond extract. They
prepared their plate with one
sausage patty and sides of
scrambled eggs and a biscuit.
To conclude the sausage
unit, the students are required
to market and then sell the
finished product. This process
includes the designing of a
label, establishing a nutritional
guide for the package,
determining a market and
surveying the customer for
satisfaction.


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seen and lived at least part
of its contents.
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BY WHITNEY DUKES
and PRESTON KINSEY
Paw Prints Staff Writer
With about two weeks left
until prom, students are
starting to talk more and more
about it. If they are not asking,
"Are you going to prom?" then
they are asking, "Who are you
going with?" Along with all
the talk comes the typical
teenage procrastination. Prom
may be the most memorable
yet stressful experience of your
high school career, but never
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March 16, 2006 UNION COUNTY TIMES Page 5A


Art program encourages originality


BY COURTNEY FLOYD
Paw Prints Staff Writer

The Art Department at
Union County High School
encourages students to be
original, creative, and
imaginative.
Under the direction of Art
Instructor, Mr. Mark West,
students in the Art Program are
exposed to drawing, painting,
graphic design, computer
graphics, ceramics, printing,
and collages. Other facets of
art studied by students include
surrealistic painting, abstract
expressionism and cooperative
art projects.
There are 75 students at
Union County High School,
within a scope of grades 9-12,
that are enrolled in courses
ranging from ceramics, two-
dimensional design, portfolio
and drawing.
As a result of a love for
art and desire to express
themselves, former students
are now enrolled in art courses
at the college level and future
graduates are looking forward
to a career in the art world.
West has been the art
director at Union County High
School for three and a half
years. Since West's
employment he has added
computer drawing and painting
to the Art Department
curriculum. West secured
funds to the tune of $3,000:00
from Wacom Corporation, an
electronics firm, to add
computer drawing pads to his
inventory of art paraphernalia.
"Art is 90% practice, 10%
talent; anyone can learn how to
draw. People look but do not
see, practice teaches how to
look." West said. This is an
encouragement to students
who think they have no artistic
ability and are interested in art.
The Art Department will
continue to .. promote
inspiration, success and
support for student ingenuity
and inventiveness as it relates
to the world of art.


Food

allergies


U,
who's got

urn?

BY KALEB CLYATT and
ASHLYN WOODINGTON
Paw Prints Staff Writer


For every action, there is an
equal and opposite reaction.
When you wear purple jeans to
school, people are bound to
stare at you. When you forget-
to brush your hair and you,
have a huge, protruding ball of
knottinesss" in .the back of
ybur head, every eye will be
focused on you as you walk
down the hallway to your Ist
period class and an abundance
of smirks and snickers will
follow. When your favorite
foods are peanut butter and
Cheetos, but your girlfriend or
boyfriend is allergic to peanuts
or cheese, someone is bound to
get hun!
-Food allergies are an issue at
for the Union County school
system. An overwhelming
percentage of our students are
allergic to peanut butter, dairy
products, or other commonly
eaten foods. Peanut allergy is
one of the most widespread
food allergies, affecting 1.5
million Americans. From 1997,
tQ 2002, the prevalence of
peanut allergies in children has
doubled.
'In people with food
allergies, whether food or any
other type, a common reaction
td contact with the specific
allergen is anaphylactic shock.
Ahaphylactic shock is a severe
and sometimes fatal reaction
causing symptoms of swelling,
acute respiratory distress and
collapse of circulation. Other
aflergic reactions include
swelling. itchiness, reddening,
arid hives.
:The problem faced by the
school system lies within our
cafeterias. For years, peanut
butter and jelly was a beloved
staple of children's
lUnchboxes. Now, .in
lunchrooms across the country,
children are being banned from
delighting themselves with
their favorite snack.
SI-ortunately. the children at
Lake Butler Elementary
School are still allowed to
firing peanut products. Of the
children at LBES !with peanut
6r other food allergies, none
Have records of anaphylactic
shock. There are several,
. however, with food allergies


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Basketball program gains recognition


BY CHARLES RUSHING
Paw Prints Staff Writer
Union County is, mainly
known for their Future
Farmers of America (FFA),
football program, and their
Florida Writes scores. LateJy,
the basketball program has
been gaining more recognition.
Both the boys and girl's.
basketball teams made it to the
playoffs this year. The boys
also won the district
'.championship,, which has not,.
.been done in 12 years. -
Coach Lee Clark says,
"The biggest thing that has
helped me and the team
succeed is growing up and
knowing each other."
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had a few. players who were
being recruited for football.
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recruiting stage because, some
practices we would have more.
coaches in the gym than,
players."
Improvement is important,
in becoming successful. Coach
Clark said, "The most
improved player was Chris
Perry who stepped up his game
in his senior year." Having a
strong leader is also an
essential part of a successful
team. "CJ Spiller was the'
leader -ofthe,.team"' "-Coach-
Clark, said -.he-, wil:,,,alway
remember the group of seven
seniors who were on the team
this year. These" athletes were.
freshmen when Coach Clark
began working at ). Union
County High School. Over the
years the players and coaches
have developed many
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Coach Perry Davis, is the
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only sparked an interest within
the school; it has also
dramatically helped his
basketball team. The team also
participates in summer
workouts. That is where they
learn and practice the
fundamentals. Coach Davis
had a lot of players -step up this
season, but Tiffan) Holmes
\\as the most improved player.
The leader on the team is the
captain. Amika Davis who
works hard all the time. What
Coach Da\is said he will
remember this year is how
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and the LBES, LBMS, and
UCHS cafeterias must take
special precautions to prevent,
* any allergic outbreaks......
Foods prIepare in the
school cafeterias must be
separated by product. Dairy
products must be kept away
from other foods and peanut
oils cannot be used in the
fryers.
Students at Union CouniN
High School have taken 1the
initiative to inform both the
school 'system, and the
community about the eminent
danger of food allergies.
Members of the Lake Butler
Sr. FFA chapter's Agriculture
Communications "Career
Development Event, team
include Kaleb Clyatt, Preston
Kinsey, Jennifer Lake, Jill
Peacock, and Ashlyn
Woodingtonh.
In order to educate the
public, the team will visit
LBES, LBMS, and UCHS'and
exhibit age-appropriate'
demonstrations, specifically
targeted toward each general
group of students. They will
address concerns, answer
questions, and educate students
in our school system about the
crucial nature of food allergies.
Radio and print campaigns
are being conducted to place
this important information out'
into the community.
It is the ambition of the
Agriculture Communications
team for every household in
Union County to. be armed,
with the knowledge they need.
.to .combat ignorance in
reference to food allergies.
Although the goal may seem
minute, history has proven
time and time again, by small
and simple things, great things
shall come to pass.


I love

technology

BY KALEB CLYATT and
ASHYLN WOODINGTON
Paw Prints Staff Writer .

I love technology... In this.
new millennium, a new era of
technology has emerged. The
days of the blackboard and CD
players are beginning to fade
away and they are being
replaced by LCD projectors
and the constantly advancing
MP3 player. To our advantage
Union County High School is
keeping up with each and
every new "fad"!'
We can all remember back


to kindergarten at Lake Butler
Elementary School when
teachers used chalk to spell -he
word C-A-T. -These days;
when one walks into a
classroom, they are lucky to
see even a little bit of chalk
dust! Not long after our
kindergarten jubilation,
blackboards were upgraded to
white-boards, and in the past
few, years; the need for dry-
erase markers has been
eliminated, and LCD
projectors ha\e taken over.
Another changing element
in the grade school classroom
is the elimination of the tape
deck player. I remember
"jamming out" in my fourth
grade class to the cassettes of
"School House Rock" and "It's
Hammer-time". When CD
players became popular,
teachers used them. Now that
computers are 'available to
everyone, at all times, teachers
have begun to bypass both the
cassette and CD, using MP3's
loaded on to the computer.
Today's classrooms are
overflowing with technology.
LBES is not the only school
affected by our love of
technology. Both Lake Butler
Middle School and Union'
County High School have see
.drastic changes over the last
few years. We, too, have
become more computer
dependant. The World Wide
Web is sitting at our fingertips
and a number of students have
even begun to take classes over
the internet. Our libraries are
no longer just for book worms.
New technology has had so
much of an effect the library is
no longer referred to as a
library, but rather a Media
Center. Walk into the Media
Center. on any given day and
you will definitely hear the
clicking of keyboards and the
.buzzing of printers around the'
room.
These new pieces of
equipment are available for
students to use, so use them.
Take advantage of the
opportunities available and
make your homework and'
projects better.
We know where technology
has been, but who knows
where it will take us. next?
Maybe one day students will
have to go through retina
scanning to check out a 'book
from the school library, or
scientists may possibly even
find a cure for cancer. There js
a wide open range for ne .
advancements in technology.
So be prepared for the
unexpected... but not as much
as you,' you see... but I still
love technology...always and
forever.. .always and forever!


Art is in the eyes of the beholder. Landscape is the
topic of the painting by Amiee Norman.


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rhe Bradford County

Strawberry Festival
Sat. 9AM-9PM and Sun. 9AM-5PM
Creature .
Blue Shades of Grass-Bluegrass Band
from Tallahassee
Common Thread, Steele Country,
Glenn Snow and the Snowmen
Regional Karaoke Contest Winner
John McMillan & Stephen Baker
Lake Region Community Theatre i e


There will be a street dance April 22 from 6
p.m. featuring "Steele Country."
Vendor opportunities still available
Deadline March 31,2006
For more information call
Main Street Starke, Inc. at 904-964-5278


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Inc. Design Committee took Miss Della to The Ritz Carlton of Amelia Island
to celebrate. Then it was on to Fernandina Beach for a field trip to see their
historic downtown. Some of those in attendance were (I-r): Jacquelyn
Totura, Della Rosenberg, Carol Berry and Monterrey Wasdin.


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Gayle Plant is March 3 Karaoke contest winner"
Gayle Plant was the March 3 Karaoke contest winner ters and a great. suppor-
at Snow Country, tive husband. We look
Glenn and Lillian Snow talked Gayle'into coming and forward to hearing
singing one night when she and her husband came in one. more from Gayle in the
Saturday evening to listen to some good music and next few weeks of
dance. Karaoke at Snow
"Lillian is so friendly and outgoing, she made us feel Country.
like family," according to Gayle. Please note there was
Gayle has been singing all of her life. She sang in an error in April dates ..
school choir, in church and in the Marine Corp. She was in the last article .
once in a band in Califoinia. Gayle was very modest regarding Karaoke.
about herself, but then her husband came in the. room There are only March
and he is her greatest fan so he gave us some details 17, March 24, March 31 and April 7 left to compete for
about Gayle. Gayle retired as the secretary of Gold the finals.
Head Branch State Park and the FL Park Services after April 14 is the finals, where the winners will get
24 years with the state. She now works for Walter together and compete for first through fourth place.. The
Hyman at Gulf Atlantic Water Treatment in Keystone top four contestants will be singing at the Stralwberry
Heights, FL. They are located in the same plaza as Festival on April 22 from approximately 11:00 AM -_
American Gutter on State Road 100. Gayle is busier 1:00 PM. A cash prize will be given to the first place
now't'han she ever was before. She i< the Preside.ni of winner,. Sop .Q\\. Country to hear our conleslants, "'
the Woman's Marine Association. She is a board tfem-' and to 'sing and dance Iourselves.
ber of AMVETS post 86. She is.a board member; of, the We would d also like to send our warmest sympatlhy to
VFW and the Devil Dogs. She has two sons, two daugh- Lillian Snow for the loss of her sister Bernice Conklin.


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some important dates it wants
you to know about. June 19 at
noon will be the last day
candidates can submit petition
cards to for the alternative
filing method. On July 17 at
noon, qualifying begins for all
county candidates. It will end
July 21 at noon.
SThe first primary of the
election year will be held
September 5. To be able to
vote in this election, residents
must register no later than
Aug. 7, when the election rolls
close. The general election will
take place Nov. 7. Residents
Will need to be registered no
later than Oct. 10 to be apart of
the voting process.,

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



Shadd wins
Most

Photogenic

contest
Jordan Shadd of Lake Butler
won the title of Jacksonville's
most photogenic baby of 2006
in the 4-5-sear old. voter's
choice category. The
competition raise more than
$18,000 for the Children's
Miracle Network of Greater
Jacksonville. The annual event
is held to benefit Shands
Jacksonville and Wolfso'n
Children's Hospital. The
Shadd family, Jason, Shay,
Jarrett and Jordan, thanked all.
the family members, friends,
teachers, therapists and co-
workers who supported Jordan
in the competition..


SHINE looking

for volunteers
inUC
Are you looking' 4pr a
flexible volunteer opportunity
that enables you to make a real
difference. in the .lives, of
seniors in your community?
Do you like to help others
resolve problems? If you
answered yes to these
questions, then the Florida
Department of Elder Affairs
may have the perfect volunteer
position fpr you.
Volunteers are needed in
Union County for the award-
winning. Serving Health
Insurance Needs of Elders
Program. SHINE is a free
Medicare and health insurance
information and counseling
program that helps elders make
informed decisions. SHINE
counseling takes place at
designated community centers
or by telephone.
Seniors and their caregivers
receive information and
assistance on programs that
may help to reduce their health
insurance and prescription
medication costs. SHINE
volunteers help Medicare
recipients compare
supplemental insurance
policies, interpret coverage,
and review Medicare and
health insurance forms. SHINE
volunteers can also help
seniors understand the new
Medicare; prescription drug
benefit.
Free comprehensive e training
is provided. Please contact the
Elder Help Line and tell Ihem
you would like to find out
more about becoming a
SHINE volunteer.
Apply now for SHINE's
next training class. For more
information, call (800) 262-
2243. -


VFW to host

steak dinner i EGALS
Lake Butler VFW Post
1 009 .will have a steak dinner


on Friday, March 17, 6-7 p.m.
at the VFW Post on S.R. 231
S.
Dinner includes a steak'
cooked to order, baked beans,
baked potato and dessert for a'
cost of $10.
Local delivery is available on
orders of more than 25 dinners.:,
Call for 386 496-3263 for
information or to arrange
delivery.


Seniors needed
for musical
S Vocalists, dancers and
comedians over 50-years old
are invited to audition for the
upcoming Swinging Seniors
Benefit Follies.
The musical is set for,
October at the Alfonso Levy
Performing Arts Center. The
auditions will be held at the
lake City Community College
Music Building. Bill Gibson,
who directed. the very
successful Geritol Follies
sAveral years ago, is the
director for Swinging Seniors:
Lake City Community
College Band Director Harry
VWuest will provide the music.
J1in the fun while providing
funds for the 25,000-foot
Lfest)le Enrichment Center
4iich can be enjoyed by all
seniors in the area. For more
information, cal I (386) '752-
7729. .


SREC has

alternate meal'

site for

seniors
The Suwannee River
iEconomic Council has an
;alternative congregate meal
,site for seniors 60 and older.,
On Tuesdays and -
"Thursdays, from 10:30 a.m.-
'12:30 p.m., seniors can
come to the Worthington
;Springs First United
.Methodist Church to enjoy
:free food. music and a sing-
Salong. For more
,information, contact SREC r
!at (386) 496-2342.


|UCHS offers

tutoring

classes
Union Counit High
School will be offering
tutoring classes Monday-
Thursday from 3:15 p.m.-
4:15 p.m. Subjects can
receive help in a-variety of
areas. Parents wishing to
enroll their children can
pick tip an application at
'UCHS front office. For
more information, contact
S Geraldine Griffis at (386)
496-3040 ext. 4946.


TAX DEED #: 63-2006-TD-0001
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED.
NOTICE IS HEREBY IVEN. that Ivol
and Dale Dicks, the holders) of the
following certificate have filed said
certificate for a tax deed to be issued
thereon. The certificate number and
year of issuance, the description of
the property. and the names in, which
it was assessed are as follows:
CERTIFICATE k': 51
YEAR OF ISSUANCE: 1999
DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY:
11-06-18-00-000-0023-0
COMMENCE at the Southeast
corner of the SE 1/4 of NE 1/4 of
Section 11, Township 6 South. Range
18 East and thence run West 325 feet,
thence run North 525 feet for a Point
of Beginning: From the Point of
Beginning thus described, continue
North 420 feet, thence run West 210
feet. thence run South 420 feet, and
thence run East 210 feet to the Point
of Beginning, containing 2 acres,
more or less, TOGETHER with an
easement for ingress and egress
over and across the West 75 feet of
the East 400 feet of the SE 1/4 of NE
1/4.
THIS DEED is given subject to rights
of way and easements now in use
whether or not disclosed of record
and also subject to the Land Use
Plan
NAME IN WHICH ASSESSED:
Pauline J. Roberts
Said property being in the County of
Union, State of Florida. Unless such
certificate shall be redeemed
according to the law the property
described in such certificate will be
sold to the highest bidder in the
Courthouse lobby at 11:00 a.m.. the
13th day of April, 2006.
Dated this 2nd day of March, 2006.
Regina H. Parrish
Clerk of Circuit Court
Union County, Florida
Persons with disabilities requesting
reasonable accommodations to
participate in this proceeding should
contact (386) 496-3711.
3/9 4tchg. 3/30
INVITATION TO BID
Notice is hereby given that sealed
bids will be accepted by the Union
County Board of County
Commissioners for lights and poles.
on two fields at the Union County
Recreation Complex. 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., March 20, 2006. The bid
opening will be an agenda item at the
regular meeting to be held March 20,
2006 at 7 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 bids.
: 3/92chg.3/16
INVITATION TO BID
Notice is hereby given that sealed
bids will be accepted by the Union
County Board of County
Commissioners for the electrical
wiring of lights and poles on two
fields at the Union County Recreation
Complex. 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., March 20,
2006. The bid opening will be an
agenda item at the regular meeting to
be held March 20,2006 at 7 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 bids. "
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NOTICE OF FINAL
APPROVAL,
OAK HILL SUBDIVISION BY
THE BOARD OF COUNTY
COMMISSIONERS OF


(904)
964-5764


UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA,
ACTING AS THE PLANNING
AND ZONING BOARD
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on
March 20, 2006, at 6:55 p.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 final
approval for Oak Hills Subdivision by
Jerry and Lee Ann Blalock.
Said plat may be inspected by the
public at 15 Northeast First Street,
Lake Butler, Florida, during the hours
of 8 a.m. through 12 p.m., Monday
through Friday, excepting legal
holidays. All interested parties may
appear at the meeting and be heard
with respect to the proposed final
approval of Oak Hills Subdivision.
3/92tchg. 3/16
LEGAL NOTICE
The Suwannee Riyer Economic
Council, Inc. Board of Directors will
hold a meeting of the Board of
Directors on Monday, March 27,
2006, 7:00 p.m. at the Live Oak
Church of God in Live Oak, Florida.
3/161tchg.
IN THE CIRCUIT OF THE 8th
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA,
IN AND FOR UNION COUNTY
WASHINGTON MUTUAL BANK,
E.A. SUCCESSOR BY MERGER
TO BANK UNITED,
Case #: 03-CA-30
WASHINGTON MUTUAL BANK,
F.A. SUCCESSOR BY MERGER
TO BANK UNITED,
Plaintiff,
-VS.-
PHYWLIS HILL; UNION COUNTY;
UNKNOWN PARTIES IN
POSSESSION #1, UNKNOWN
PARTIES IN POSSESSION #2; IF
LIVING, AND ALL UNKNOWN
PARTIES CLAIMING BY,,
THROUGH, UNDER AND
AGAINST THE ABOVE NAMED
DEFENDANTS) WHO ARE NOT
KNOWN TO BE DEAD OR ALIVE,
WHETHER SAID UNKNOWN
PARTIES MAY CLAIM AN
INTEREST AS SPOUSES, HEIRS
DEVISEES, GRANTEES, OR
OTHER CLAIMANTS
Defendants)
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to an Order of Final
Judgment of Foreclosure dated
March 1,2006, entered in Civil Case
.No. 03-CA-30 of the Circuit Court of
the 8the 8thJudicial Circuit in and for
Union County. Florida,. wherein
WASHINGTON MUTUAL BANK,
F.A. SUCCESSOR BY MERGER
TO BANK UNITED, Plaintiff and
PHYLLIS HILL are defendantss, I will
sell to the highest and best bidder for
cash, AT THE FRONT STEPS OF
THE UNION COUNTY
COURTHOUSE. LOCATES AT 103
UNION COUNTY COURTHOUSE.
LAKE BUTLER, UNION COUNTY.
FLORIDA. AT 11:00 A.M. ON APRIL
6, 2006 the following described
property as set fortn in Said Final
Judgment. to-wit.
THAT PART OF BLOCK 13, J.W.
TOWNSEND ADDITION', TO THE,
CITY OF LAKE BUTLER
ACCORDING TO THE PLAT
THEREOF RECORDED IN PLAT
BOOK 1, PAGE 8. PUBLIC
RECORDS OF UNION COUNTY,
FLORIDA, MORE PARTICULARLY
-DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: ,
:COMMENCE AT .THE
NORTHEAST CORNER OF SAID,
BLOCK 13, AND RUN SOUTH.85
DEGREES 36 MINUTES 50
SECONDS WEST, ALONG THE
NORTH BOUNDARY OF SAID
BLOCK 13, A DISTANCE OF 249.52
FEET TO THE POINT OF
BEGINNING OF THE
HEREINAFTER DESCRIBED
PARCEL OF LAND; THENCE RUN
SOUTH 00 DEGREES 47 MINUTES
40 SECONDS EAST, PARALLEL
WITH THE EAST BOUNDARY OF
SAID BLOCK 13, A DISTANCE OF
.277.37 FEET, MORE OR LESS, TO
THE INTERSECTION WITH THE
CENTERLINE OF SILVER RUN;
THENCE RUN
NORTHWESTERLY ALONG SAID
CENTERLINE OF SILVER'RUN, A
REFERENCE BEARING OF


NORTH 35 DEGREES 58
MINUTES 40 SECONDS WEST
< AND A REFERENCE DISTANCE
OF 108.23 FEET; THENCE
CONTINUE RUNNING
NORTHWESTERLY CONTINUING
ALONG SAID CENTERLINE OF
SILVER RUN, A REFERENCE
BEARING OF NORTH 37
DEGREES; 24 MINUTES; 52
SECONDS WEST AND A
REFERENCE DISTANCE OF 86.84
FEET, MORE OR LESS TO THE
INTERSECTION WITH THE EAST
RIGHT OF WAY LINE OF
SOUTHEAST WITH AVENUE;
THENCE RUN NORTH 02
DEGREES 16 MINUTES 00
SECONDS EAST, ALONG SAID
EAST RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF
SOUTHEAST 5TH AVENUE, A
DISTANCE OF 112.59 FEET,
MORE OR LESS TO THE
INTERSECTION WITH SAID
NORTH BOUNDARY OF BLOCK
13; THENCE RUN NORTH 85
DEGREES 35 MINUTES.,50
SECONDS EAST, ALONG SAID
NORTH BOUNDARY OF BLOCK
13, A DISTANCE OF 108.36 FEET
TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING.
IF YOU ARE A PERSON WITH A
DISABILITY WHO NEEDS ANY
ACCOMMODATION IN ORDER
TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS
PROCEEDING, YOU ARE
ENTITLED AT NO COST TO YOU,
TO THE PROVISION OF CERTAIN
ASSISTANCE. PLEASE CONTACT
UNION COUNTY COURTHOUSE,
55 WEST MAIN STREET, LAKE
BUTLER, FL 32054 WITHIN 2
WORKING; DAYS OF YOUR
RECEIPT OF THIS NOTICE OF
SALE: IF YOU ARE HEARING
IMPAIRED CALL: 1-800-955-8771;
IF YOU ARE VOICE IMPAIRED
CALL: 1-800-955-8770.
DATED at LAKE BUTLER, Florida,
this 8th day of March, 2006.
REGINA PARRISH
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
Union County, Florida
SBy Julia Croft
Deputy Clerk
ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF
SHAPIRO & FISHMAN, LLP
WOODLAND CORPORATE
CENTER
4505 WOODLAND CORP. BLVD.
SUITE 100
TAMPA, FLORIDA 33614
(813)880-8813
3/16 2tchg. 3/23
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR UNION COUNTY,
FLORIDA JUVENILE DIVISION
CASE NO: 63-2004-DP-0041
IN THE INTEREST OF:
B. P. (F) DOB: 07/17/1990
D. P. (M) DOB: 07/22/1992
Minor Children
NOTICE OF SUIT FOR
TERMINATION
OF PARENTAL RIGHTS AND
FOR PERMANENT
COMMITMENT FOR
SUBSEQUENT ADOPTION
THE STATE OF FLORIDA
TO: GEORGEANNA A. BREWER
RESIDENCE UNKNOWN
Last Known address
715 West Main Street. Apt 189
Lake Butler, FlRonrida 32054
You are hereby notified that a petition
under oath has been filed in the
above-styled Court. for the
termination ot your parental rights to
B.P., a female child, born on July 17,
1990 in Alachua County,'Florida, and
D P a male child, born on July 22,
1992 in Alachua County, Florida, and
for permanent commitment of the
children to the Department of
Children and Services for subsequent
adoption. You are hereby
commanded to be and appear before
the Honorable Stan R. Morris, Judge
of the Circuit Court, at Lake-Butler,
Union County, Florida on the 3rd day
of May. 2006 at 9 30 A.M. for an
Advisory Hearing.
You must personally appear on the
date and at the time specified.
YOUR FAILURE TO PERSONALLY
APPEAR AT THE ADVISORY
HEARING CONSTITUTES
CONSENT TO THE
TERMINATION OF PARENTAL
RIGHTS TO THE CHILD AND
PERMANENT COMMITMENT.
You will permanently lose all legal


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND
FOR UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO: 05-0102-CA
EMC MOIITGAGE CORPORATION
Plaintiff.
vs.
PAULA. JONES A/K/A PAUL
JONES; CHANDA W. JONES,
BOBBIE; LEE JONES, VIRGINIA A.
JONES, STATE OF FLORIDA, and
any unknown heirs, devisees,
grantees, creditors, and other
unknown persons or unknown
spouses claiming by, through and
under any of the above named
Defendants,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
SALE
NOTICE is hereby given that the
undersigned Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Union County, Florida, will.
on the 6th day of April, 2006, at 11:00
o'clock A.M in the Front Lobby at the
Union County Courthouse, Lake
Butler, Florida, at 11:00 A.M., offer for
sale and sell at public outcry to the
highest and best bidder for.cash, the
following descubed property situate in,
Union County, Florida :
A parcel of land lying in:Section 1,
Township 6 South. Range 19 East,
Union County. Florida; said parcel
being more particularly described as
follows: Commence at a found 3"x3"
concrete monument located at the
Intersection ol the Northwesterly right
ol way line ot UZx I ranspornauui
Railroad and the West line of said
Section 1. for the Point of Beginning.
From the Point of Beginning thus
described run North 01 degree 24
minutes 12 seconds West, as basis
of bearings, along the West line
thereof, for a distance of 399.00 feet to
'a set nail with cap; thence run North
82 degrees 07 minutes 36 seconds
East for a distance of 10.00 feet to a
set 1/2" lion rod located on the
Easlerly right of way line of SW 85th
Trail (as maintained), thence
continue North 82 degrees 07
minutes 36 seconds East for a
distance of 429.50 feet to a set 1/2"
Iron rod located on the Northwesterly
right of way line of CSX
Transportation Railroad, thence run
South 42 degrees 49 minute 54
seconds West. along last said right of
way line. for a distance of 626 00 feet
to the Poinl ofBiping. ._- .
SUBJECT TO te right of way of SW
85th Trail (as maintained). The above
described parcel being the same
lands as described and recorded in
Official Records Book 196, Page 183,
of the Public Records of said County
,Together- with a 2004 Homes of
Legend Double wide mobile home,
with ID #221-00030A and #221-
00030B, located thereon
pursuant to the Final Judgment
entered in a case pending in said
Court the style of which is indicated
above.
WITNESS my hand and official seal
of said Court this 13th day of March,
2006.
In accordance with the Americans
with disabilities Act, persons with
disabilities needing a special
accommodation to participate in this
proceeding should contact Court
Anminiqiration at the Union County


110 W. Call St., Starke, FL


CLERK OF CIR
BY
JAMES A. KIRKPATR
ESQUIRE
1250 Andrews Circle
SStarke, Florida 32091-2
Telephone: (904) 964-1
Fax: (904)964-1569
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rights as a parent to the children, B.P.
and D.P., named in the petition for
termination of parental rights and for
permanent commitment for
subsequent adoption.
YOU ARE ENTITLED TO HAVE AN
ATTORNEY PRESENT TO
REPRESENT YOU 'IN THIS
MATTER. IF YOU WANT AN
ATTORNEY BUT ARE UNABLE TO
AFFORD ONE YOU MUST
NOTIFY THE COURT AND THE
COURT WILL APPOINT AN
ATTORNEY TO REPRESENT
YOU.
WITNESS my hand as the clerk of
said Court and the Seal therefore, this
9th day of March, 2006.
Ir'ZINIA OADRIqU


Courthouse, Lake Butler, Florida
32054, Telephone (904) 496-3711, not
later than seven (7) days prior to the
proceeding. If hearing impaired, (1-
800-955-8771, or Voice (V) 1-800-
955-8770, via,Florida Relay Service.
Regina H. Parrish
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
By: Julia Croft
Deputy Clerk
ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF
Frank A. Reder
Butler & Hosch, P.A.
3185 S. Conway Rd., Ste. #
Orlando, FL32812
(407) 381-5200
3/162tchg. 3/23


CUIT COURT
: Diane Waters
Deputy Clerk
ICK,

2132
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3/164tchg.-4/6


NOTICE OF PROPOSED
APPROVAL OF AN
APPLICATION FOR A
SPECIAL EXCEPTION
PERMIT BY THE BOARD OF
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
ACTING AS THE BOARD OFO
ADJUSTMENTS OF UNION-
COUNTY, FLORIDA -
Notice is hereby given that on March
27, 2006 at 11:30 A.M., the Board Of
County Commissioners acting as the
Board of Adjustments of Union
County, Florida, will meet in a Public
Hearing to be held in Room 101 of the
Union County Courthouse, Lake
Butler, Florida, to consider an
application by Willene Elixson for a
special exception permit to establish
a mini storage facility. Said
application may be inspected by theS
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 application.
3/16 ltchg.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
THE STATE OF FLORIDA, IN AND
FOR UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO. 63-2005-CA-0077.
CIVIL DIVISION
CITIFINANCIAL EQUITY
SERVICES, INC.,'
PLAINTIFF,
vs.
THOMAS J DRAWDY JR.; THE
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF THOMAS
J. DRAWDY JR.; IF LIVING,
INCLUDING ANY UNKNOWN
SPOUSE OF SAID
DEFENDANTSS, IF REMARRIED,
AND IF DECEASED, THE
RESPECTIVE UNKNOWN HEIRS,
DEVISEES. GRANTEES,
ASSIGNEES. CREDITORS,
LIENORS, AND TRUSTEES, AND
ALL OTHER PERSONS CLAIMING
BY, THROUGH. UNDER OR
AGAINST THE NAMED
DEFENDANTSS; UNKNOWN
TENANT #1; UNKNOWN TENANT
Delendant(s).
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that,
pursuant to a Final Summary
Judgment of Foreclosure entered in
the above-styled cause, in the Circuit
Court of Union County, Florida, I will
sell the property situate in Union
County, Florida, described as:
LOT 16, LITTLE SPRINGS FOREST
SUBDIVISION, ACCORDING TO
THE PLAT THEREOF, AS
RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 1,
PAGE 25, OF THE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF UNION COUNTY,
.,FLORIDA
-To include a: -
1985 FLEETWOOD EDGE SINGLE:
WIDE MOBILE HOME VIN
GAFL1AE39077526, TITLE NOL.
41427989.
A/K/A
RR2 BOX 751-1
LAKE BUTLER, FLORIDA 32054
at public sale, to the highest and best
bidder, for cash, IN THE LOBBY OF
THE UNION COUNTY
COURTHOUSE,. 55 W. MAIN
STREET, LAKE BUTLER, FL 32064,
at 11 a.m. on the 6th day of April,
2006.
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
By: Julia Croft
deputy Clerk
Law Offices of Daniel C. Consuegra
9204 King Palm Drive
Tampa, FL 33619-1328
Attorneys for Plaintiff
3/162tchg.3/23


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the House of Representatives.
There he established a record
built on fighting for tax relief,
encouraging economic
expansion, protecting
consumers and defending
families.
After serving 13 years in the
House, he .was appointed to
head the Department of
Professional Regulation by
then Governor Bob Martinez.
In" 1988, he was elected state
treasurer, insurance
commissioner and fire
marshall.
In 1998, Gallagher was
elected Florida's
Commissioner of Education. In
2001, he returned to the post of
state treasurer. During his
tenure offices were combined
which made Gallagher the
state's first Chief Financial
Officer.
...... James k Redmobhd cai-" be
reached at (386) 496-2261 or
uctimes @alltel.net


-.- -Avery Roberts (left) anid MIrviri Pritchett (right) hosted the gala for Gallagher Union County School Board Member Alvin Griffis is
(middle). seen speaking with Tom Gallagher.


Elliot Willis and Spencer Bell perform a scene from the
musical Guys and Dolls.


Guys and Dolls hits UCHS stage

The Union Counrty High in 1955 starrihg'Malbri ..
:School will be filed with the Brando, Frank Sinatra and Jean
sounds of Broadway as the Simmons (debuted on
UCHS drama department November 3, 1955). The words
presents the Broadway musical and music were written by
Guys and Dolls. Frank-Loesser and -the book
Performances will run from *was by J6 Swerling and Abe
Thursday, March 16 through Burrows.
Saturday, March 18. All show It is based upon "The Idyll
times are 7:30 p.m. Admission Of Miss Sarah Brown", a short
is $5. story by Damon Runyon. It
Guys and Dolls is a also borrows characters and
successful 1950 musical. It had plot elements from other
a. long run on Broadway (1200 stories by him, most notably
performances) and was filmed "Pick the Winner".



April is Spring Beautification
Month in Lake Butler


Daughters
meet Monday
The Colonel Samuel Elbert
Chapter of the National
Society, Daughters of the
American Revolution will
meet Monday, April 3, at
10:15 a. m. at the Western
Steer Steak House on U.S.
301 in Starke. After the
meeting those who wish to
will stay and enjoy lunch and a
time of fellowship.
The Daughters cordially
invite all women whose
ancestors aided in achieving
American 'Independence to
attend. Come learn about the
National Society Daughters ,of
the American Revolution and
its historical, educational, and
patriotic activities. Meetings,
are typically held the first
Monday of each month from
October to May (except
January when meetings fall on
the second Monday.)
For further information,
please contact Susan Lucas at
(352), 473-2744, or visit
www.rootsweb.com/~flcsecd/.

Laughter is the corrective
force which prevents us
from becoming cranks.
-Henri Bergson


Clean up
Santa Fe,
enjoy festival
on March 25
The Santa Fe Lake Dwellers
Association, in conjunction
with Current Problems/Adopt
A River and Keep Alachua
County Beautiful, will be
holding the 7th Annual Santa
Fe Lakefest and Cleanup, on
Saturday, March 25. Lake
residents are asked to pick up
trash along their shorelines ande
have it bagged (if possible,
with recyclables sorted) and on
their docks, ready to be picked
up by 11 a.m.: Volunteers are
needed, especially for the
uninhabited shoreline areas.
Everyone, whether involved
in the cleanup or not, is
invited to join in the Lake
Festival at Melrose Bay' Park
at the end of Quail Street from
9 a.m. to 3 'p.m. the same
day. This year's festival will'
treat the community to great
music, food, wildlife
demonstrations, environmental
information,'hands-on exhibits
for the hole family and- a
demo beach to try out
paddling equipment..
Invite )our friends and
neighbors to come and learn


more about the lake and enjoy
some time at beautiful Melrose
Bay. Call (352) 475-1567, or
visit www.lakesantafe.org for
more information.

Banquet
benefits,
Dreams
Come True
The Shands Starke Dreams
Come True Banquet will be
held Friday, April 7, from 7-10
p.m. in the hospital's atrium.
Individual tickets are
available for $75 each, and
corporate tables seating eight
are available for a, $3,000
donation. Dinner will be
provided by some of the finest
caterers from Starke.'
Gainesville. and Jacksonville.
Seating is limited to 150, so
reserve your spot now.
All proceeds will benefit
Dreams Come True, a regional
nonprofit organization
dedicated to fulfilling the
dreams of children with cancer,
leukemia, cystic fibrosis,
muscular dystrophy. AIDS,
cardiac, disease,- .... renal
dysfiinction, -. -neurological
disorders and other ,-life-
threatening illnesses.
Among the events of the


evening will be a fund-raising
auction featuring footballs
autographed by Dan Marino,
Urban Meyer and Bobby
Bowden; a jersey autographed
by Kurt Warner; baseballs
autographed by Chipper Jones
and 'Dave Dravecky; a
professional access pass to a
,Jaguars football game with
Sam Kouvaris; a hot air
balloon ride; a tandem
parachute jump; artwork,
autographed books and much
more. Organizers are also
anticipating an appearance by
Kouvaris, a sports broadcaster
with WJXT Channel 4 in
Jacksonville.
For tickets or more
information, call (904) 772-
9799.


UCHS Class of
1986 planning
reunion
The Union County high
School Class of 1986 will
have a planning meeting for
Sits 20 year reunion Anyone
interested in helping with
planning is encouraged to
attend. For more
information, contact
Jordaina Bridges at (386)
496-28.16.


BY JAMES REDMOND.
Times Staff Writer


The city of Lake Butler has
declared April as Sprinj
Beautification Month.
During the month, citizen
are encouraged to beautify
their yards and homes by
pruning, raking, installing nev
planting's and fixing up thi
exterior of their homes. TI
encourage residents to; get ou
in their 'yards, the city wil
remove extra debris at no
additional charge.
"We want residents to hell
clean up and beautify ou
community," said Cit
Manager Richard Tillis. As ii
past years, the city will hau
nearly anything away fo
residents during this clean up
"We've picked up everything
from small storage sheds t
travel trailers in the past,

WS looking
for board
members
: The town of Worthington
Springs is looking to
establishr 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.



Group forming
to restore
cemetery.
A group is forming to
restore the cemetery


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Tillis said. The city is even
making arrangements to have
old cars hauled off.
In the past several years
efforts have been made by the
city's code enforcement board
to 'recognize vacant,.
dilapidated arind dangerous
buildings and have them
removed during April. The
board has also compiled a list,
of locations where abandoned.
vehicles are. "Since it will be
done at no cost to the resident,
now is the perfect time to have
those vehicles removed," Tillis
said.
If residents have. any.
questions about what will be
hauled away, or to arrange to
have a vehicle removed call
city hall at (386) 496-3401.


g James Redmond can be
o reached at (386) 496-2261 or
" uctimes@alltel.net
formerly known as
Townsend Pastures
cemetery. Each Saturday in
March, the group will meet
at the cemetery located one
mile east o.f Lake Butler on
S.R. 100 from 2 4p.m. '
For more information,
contact Collis Small at (386)
496-2786 or Keith Webster
at (386) 496-3940.



Respectable men and
women content with the
good and easy living are
missing some of the most
important things in life.
Unless you give yourself to
some great cause you
haven't even begun to live.
-William P. Merrill, D.D.
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Section B: Thursday, March 16, 2006




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


Bradford County sending 4 to state science fair

BY CLIFF SMELLEY and four will advance to the earned a trip to the state fair as will Lawtey Community Their projects were as (Norman) and Can Cats Be
Telegraph Staff Writer Florida State Science and last year. School student Kendall follows: Can You Predict the Right-Handed or Left-Handed
Nine Bradford County Engineering Fair, which will Bradford Middle School Norman. Cloud, Manning and Weather (Cloud), Which Tree (Ricker)..
students placed at the be held April 19-21 in students Casey Cloud, Dylan Norman each placed first at the Sap has the Highest Sugar,
Suwannee Valley Regional Orlando. Manning and Hannah Ricker regional fair, while Ricker Content (Manning), Drip vs.
Science and Engineering Fair Only one Bradford student will advance to the state fair, placed second. Sprinkler Irrigation Systems See SCIENCE, p. 3B


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Kendall Norman of
Lawtey Community
School placed first at
the regional science E C
fair and will AUTO SALESt
participate In the state a r a t e a t s aw t mi o
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iTwo receive
injuries
in crash
A single vehicle crash earlyO E THE A THAT FITS YOUR
Sunday morning left two men
with serious injuires.l ON ES..
Daniel Griffis, 21. of Starke,
vin 1992 Ford. was ..
involve yu~~' -.
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the Gatoi Drag Strip on C.R. J ;
225, according to the Florida .
Highway Patrol. The patrol
received the call at 4:20 a.m. K .
Griffis and a passenger, Kyle
Hinshaw, 19, were transported
to Shands at the University of
Florida with serious injuries
from the March 12 crash.
No further information was
available.
Griffis' condition was fair as
of press time. Hinshaw could
not be located in the Shands .o
computer system.
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will be conducting a driving
under the influence (DUI)
safety checkpoint on S.R. 16,
ea.st of r Starke, on Friday,
March 17.
The purpose of this activity
is to detect and apprehend I 9O0 .S;, 2
people who are driving under
the influence of. alcoholic
beverages and/or drugs.
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citizens and travelers within
the county from impairedloi
drivers.

Lawtey sets
checkpoints
The Lawtey Police S .
Department will be conducting 1 JF
driver's license and vehicle
inspection checkpoints
throughout the month of April.-n01FF, Ill St 000 EUt eIB 1009 01.
of the city limits and on PYPlA13428 G 28K#13382 13335I 00~EV ~l199CI 1511
Madison Street (C.R. 225) at
Grove Street.
Officers 'will concentrate
their enforcement actions on ,
vehicles being operated with
faulty or unsafe equipment,
such as defective lighting, bad
brakes, worn tires, unlawful
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ti nt etc.. I.
'Special attention will be J,,-
directed to drivers that violate
driver's license, seat belt and
child restraint laws set forth by
the state of Florida.
With public safety in mind.
vehicle checkpoints have been
proven to be a very effective
-way to educate the public on
traffic safety and motor
vehicles. Any questions,
concerns or post checkpoint
comments or complaints may
be addressed to my attention AUTO SALES
by phone at (904) 782-3751 or
in writing to Major Nathan R.
Blom, P.O. Drawer G, Lawtey,
32058.


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Ethel Hall

Ethel Hall
STARKE Ethel V. Singleton
Hall, 95, of Starke died Saturday,
March 11, 2006, at Bradford
Terrace Nursing Home following
an extended illness.
A lifelong resident of Starke
Mrs. Hall was a member of
Mount Moriah United Methodist
Church of Starke. She served on
the planning board for the
Eugene Matthew's Museum, was
a member of United Methodist
Women and served as an officer
with the Gainesville District
UMW for many years.
Mrs. Hall is survived by: a
sister Emma Holland of Hobe
Sound; a brother Steven
Singleton of Riviera Beach; her
care giver and nephew William
Holland of Starke;
Funeral services for Mrs. Hall
will be held at II a.m. on
Sunday, March 19, 2006, at
Bradford High School Auditorium
;in Starke \,ith the Rev. Willie
$Session,, eulogist. Interment will.
follow in Peets\ille Cemetery in
Lawtev under the care of Haile
' FFunera.l Home of Starke.
Family houi" is Saturday,
,March 18,' 206 at the funeral
.home from 3-4 p.m. and friends
;may call from 4-8 p.m.
:Visitation %kill continue from 10-
II .a.m. on the da) of the. service
in the auditorium.

Phelim Berry
; MELROSE Phelim Jared


Berrq, 18, of Melrose died


Born in Brantley County, Mr.
Dubose lived all of his life in the
Waycross, Ga. area. He owned
and operated Dubose
Refrigeration and retired from
Herrin Brothers Furniture Store
as a serviceman. He served in the
United States Army during World
War II and was a member of Ware
Baptist Church.
Mr. Dubose is survived by: his
wife of 61 years Bessie McNatt
Dubose of Waycross; two
daughters, Peggy Joyce Powell
of Millwood, Ga. and Gail
Livingston of Lake Butler; a son
Bruce D. Dubose of Augusta, Ga.;
a brother J.M. Dubose of
Waycross; three sisters, Betty
Lou Howell and Vannie Cady,
both of Waycross, and Myrtle
King of Yulee; seven
grandchildren and six great-
grandchildren. He was preceded
in death by his parents Jasper
Dubose and Lonnie Dowling
Dubose and a granddaughter Lisa
Dubose.
Funeral services for Mr.
Dubose were March 14, 2006 in
Music Funeral Home Chapel in
Waycross. Burial followed in
Greenlawn Cemetery. Sympathy
may be expressed by signing the
online registry at
www.musicfuneralhome.com.

Wayne Edwards
STARKE Wayne Dorman
Edwards, 71, of Starke died
Tuesday, March 7, 2006, at
Memorial Hospital in
Jacksonville.
Born in Starke, Mr. Edwards
lived in Jacksonville and
Houston, Texas before retiring
from Pan Am Airlines as a
baggage handler. He was a
member of First Baptist Church
of Atascocita, Texas.
Mr. Edwards is survived by: a
son David Wayne Edwards of
Starke and his' former wife Cheryl
Edwards of Koln, Miss. He was
preceded in death by his father
and mother,' Comer and Gladys
Edwards.
Funeral services for Mr.
Edwards were March 11, 2006 in
the Chapel of Archie Tanner
Funeral Home of Starke withth e
Rev. Gene Bass officiating.
Burial followed in Crosby Lake
Cemetery.


suddenlN Tuesday, r- March 7,
2006. in Texas. Durwood Dortch
Born in Ft. Lauderdale on May r od Dortch
22. 1987, Phelim was"'a member WALDO Durwood Palmer
of St. William,Catholic Church Dortch Sr., 71, of Waldo died
in Keystone Heights. Sunday,' March 12, 2006, at-his-
___-Phelim is survived by: hi.s-, residence:
parents Martin. and- Doris Berry,
of MNlelrose; and a sister Morgan
,Bullock of Seabreeze.'
SFuneral ser ices for Phelim
.Ier,-SJ^W.t, t iiW.;Fathd:-?".':,;.- ,, .M
NMike Williams 'conducting the *..
'services. Interment will be at a PreCiSIOnf
later date under the care of Jones
Funeral Home of Keystone
Heights. and r
S Memorial contributions may
Sbe made to .Sisters of the Good -
Shepherd, 82-31 Don Caster
Place, Jamica, NY 11432. F"


Everette Dubose
WAYCROSS, GA. Everette
Sylvester "Syb" Dubose, 81, of
Waycross, Ga. died Friday.
March 10. 2006 at Coastal
Manor Nursing Home in
Ludowici, Ga. following an
extended illness.


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(904) 966-0700


automotive

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tomotive
)air Shop


- ASE Certified


106-3 L.M. Gaines Blvd.
Starke
(Industrial Park)


Born in Raleigh, Mr. Dortch
moved to Waldo at an early age.
He was a self-employed
automobile mechanic. He was a
member of Campers on Missions
and First Baptist Church of
Waldo.
Mr. Dortch is survived by: his
wife Josephine Dortch of Waldo;
two sons, Rance Dortch of
Monteocha and Durwood Dortch
Jr. of Clermont; two daughters,
Mary Griffin of Theriot, La. and
Donna Smart of Middleburg; a
brother David Dortch of
Columbus, Miss.; a sister Mary
Louise Carns of Palatka; 11
grandchildren and seven great-
grandchildren.
Funeral services for Mr.
Dortch will be held at 11 a.m. on
Thursday, March 16, 2006, in
First Baptist Church of Waldo
with the, Rev. Larry Law, the
Rev. Jim DuBoise and the Rev.
Ray Bush officiating. Archie
Tanner Funeral Home of Starke is
in charge of arrangements.
Memorial contributions may
be made to Campers on
Missions, payable to Bill
Richards, 17521 10th Terrace,
Live Oak, FL 32060.



David McKenzie
STARKE David Allen
McKenzie, 18, of Starke died
Monday, March 6, 2006, from,
injuries sustained in a vehicle
accident.
Born in Gainesville, Mr.
McKenzie was a lifelong resident
of Bradford County. He attended
the Bradford County school
system and was employed in the
family business,. Willie's
Sandblasting and Painting. He
was a member of First Baptist
Church of Highland.
Mr. McKenzie is survived by:
his father and mother Willie Lee
and Laura McKenzie of Starke;
two brothers, Joseph McKenzie
and William McKenzie, both' of
Starke; his maternal grandmother
Dorothy Blizzard of Monticelllo;
his maternal grandfather Wayne
Williamson of Fanning Spring's;
and his paternal grandmother
Willie Mae McKenzie of Starke.
Funeral services for Mr.
McKenzie were March 10, 2006
in First Baptist Church of
Highland with the Rev. Bill
Clayton officiating. Burial
followed in Crosby Lake
Cemetery under thl' care of Archie
Tanner Funeral Home of Starke.


Pauline Norman
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Pauline
Marion Norman, 82, of Keystone
Heights died Friday, March 10,
2006 at her residence.
Born in Taylor Island, Md.,
Ms. Norman moved to Keystone
Heights in. 1989. She was a
homemaker and was of the
Methodist faith.---- .-
Ms. Norman is survived by:
her fiance- Leroy Druley of
Keystone Heights.
Graveside services for Ms.
Norman were March 16, 2006 in
Long Branch Cemetery. Burial
followed under the care of Archie
Tanner Funeral Home of Starke.


John Kline
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS John
Thomas Kline, 81, of Keystone
Heights died Wednesday, March
8, 2006, at Haven Hospice,
Robert's Care Center in Palatka
following an extended illness.
Born on Aug. 12, 1924 in
Malboro, Va. to.,John Franklin
and Clara Clowser Kline, Mr.
Kline moved to ..Keystone
Heights in 1992 from
Winchester, Va. ,He was a retired
manager for a plumbing, and
heating supply company and
served, in the Air Force Reserves
from 1942-1984.
Mr. Kline is survived by: his
wife of 50 years June Main Kline
of Keystone Heights; three
daughters, Lana Sue Russell of
Keystone Heights, Linda Lee
Slaymaker of Alexandria, Va.,
Laura Ann Nelms of Green Cove
Springs; a sister Pauline C.
Liggett of Keystone *Heights;
three grandchildren and two
great-grandchildren.
A private burial was held on
March 13, 2006 at Mt.. Hebron
Cemetery. Arrangements were
under the care of Jones Funeral
Home of Keystone Heights.
Memorial contributions may
be made to Haven Hospice of the
Lakes, 6400 St. John's- Ave.,
Palatka, FL 32177.


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William Davis
HAMPTON William Melvin
"'Bill" Davis, 78, of Hampton
died Thursday, March 9, 2006 at
his residence.
Born in Baldwin, Mr. Davis
moved to Bradford County in
1941. He served in the U.S.
Army during the Korean War and
was of the Baptist faith.
Mr. Davis is survived by: three
brothers, Oscar Davis of Starke,
James Davis of Hampton Lake
and Lonnie Davis of Hampton;
four sisters, Mearlie Osteeri and
Mary Cooper, both of Starke,
Pearlie Rhoden of Hampton, and
Jackie Klein of Hampton Lake.
Graveside services for Mr.
Davis were March 11, 2006 in
Hope Baptist Church Cemetery
with the Rev. Gene Bass
officiating. Interment followed
under the care of Archie Tanner
Funeral Home of Starke.


Collette Rosier
LAKE BUTLER Collette
Green Rosier, 79, of Lake Butler
died Tuesday, March 7, 2006, at
Shands Starke following a brief
illness.:
Born in Starke Where she lived
until 1984, Mrs. Rosier moved
to Lake Butler from Starke. She
was employed in the accounting
department at Union
Correctional Institution until she
retired. 'She was a member of
First Baptist Church of Lake
Butler, the United Daughters of
Confederacy and Lake Butler
Women's Club.
Mrs. Rosier is survived by: a
son William. "Bill" Rosier of
Indianapolis, Ind.; two
daughters, Linda Hamilton of
Tampa and Patty Norton of
Starke; two sisters, Carolyn
Raney of Emporia, Va. and Anice
Ditmar of Jacksonville; three-
grandchildren and six great-
grandchildren.


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Rosier were March 10, 2006 in
First Baptist Church of Lake
Butlel" with the Rev. Melvin
Owen officiating. Burial
followed in New River Cemetery
under the care of Archer Funeral
Home of Lake Butler.

,Leonard Haskins
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS -Leonard-
M. "Bubba" Haskins Jr., 64, of
Keystone Heights died Sunday,
March 5, 2006, at his residence
following a sudden illness.
Born in Jacksonville on Feb.
2, 1942, Mr. Haskins moved to
Keystone Heights in 1972 from
Jacksonville. He was a .retired
truck driver for Pritchett
Trucking in Lake Butler and was
of the Episcopal faith. He served
in the U.S. Navy and was a
member of AmVets and was past
president of the Keystone
Jaycees..
.Mr. Haskins is survived by: a
son James Mark Haskins 'of
Keystone Heights; two brothers,
William H. Haskins and Robert
C. Haskins, both of Keystone
Heights; four'sisters, Karen D.
Williams and Ginger A. Everett,
both of Jacksonville, Dorothy E.
Walker of Orange Park and Mary
H. Coursey of Keystone Heights.
He was-preceded in death by a son
Kenneth Matthew Haskins and a
brother James "Jimmy" Haskins.
Memorial services for Mr.
Haskins will be held at .11 a.m.
on Saturday, March 18,,,2006, in
Fresh Start Fellowship Church
with Pastor Mike MerFitt
conducting the services.
Interment will be held at a later
date in Evergreen Cemetery in
Jacksonville undef the care of
Jones Funeral Home of Keystone
Heights.,
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Robert Sellars
HAMPTON Robert Lee
Sellars, 75, of Hampton died
Saturday, March 11, 2006, at his
residence.
Born in Dayton, Ohio, Mr.
Sellars had lived in Hampton for
1.5 years. He served in the Air
National Guard as a master
sergeant and was self-employed
as a handyman. He was of the
Methodist faith.
Mr. Sellars is survived by: two
sons, Randy Sellars and David
Sellars, both of Dayton; two
daughters, Robin Stinson of
Sanford and Annette Jackson of
Gainesville, Ga.; a brother Gary
Sellars of Dayton; nine
grandchildren and six great-
grandchildren.
Memorial services for Mrs.
Sellars were March '15, 2006 in
the Chapel of Archie Tanner
Funeral Home of Starke with the
Rev. John Strickland officiating..

Gary Thomas
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Gary
Wayne Thomas, 54, of Keystone
Heights, died Monday, Feb. 6,
2006, at his residence following
an extended illness.
Born in Hot Springs, Ark.,
Mr. Thomas moved to Keystone
Heights 38 years ago from
Jacksonville. He served in the
U.S. Army and worked for 15


SCIENCE
Continued from p. 1B

Bradford Middle School's
Cassie Coolidge also placed
first at the regional fair with
her project that examined
whether or not pH levels in
local lakes were dangereous,
BMS students Liz Davis and
Natali Powell each earned
second place with their
projects on how the color of
sand affects temperature, and
hydroponics-which growth
medium works best as a


years as foreman with Traxler
Peat Company in Florahome.
Mr. Thomas is survived by: a
brother Michael Ray Thomas of
Port St. Lucie; a niece l.ynne
Thomas; and three nephews,
Michael Elliot Thomas, James
Curtis Thomas Jr. and
Christopher Wayne Thomas.
Memorial services celebrating
Mr. Thomas' life will be held at
10 a.m. on Saturday, March 18,
2006 in the. Haven Hospice
Chapel, 6400 St. Johns Ave.,
Palatka with Chaplain Al Mazat
officiating. Arrangements are
under the care of Johnson-
Overturf Funeral Home in
Palatka.

Frank Wainwright
STARKE Frank B. "Doc"
.Wainwright, 86, of Starke died
Friday, March 10, 2006, at
Windsor Manor Nursing Home
following an extended illness.
Born in Lawtey, Mr.
Wainwright lived most of his life
in Jacksonville before moving
to Starke 10 years ago. He was a
member of Evergreen Baptist
Church.
Mr. Wainwright is survived
by: his wife Adel Wainwright of
Jacksonville; four daughters,
Judy Dixon of Orange Park,
Betty Knight of Jacksonville,
Frankie Wainwright of Waldo
and Anita Crews of Glen St.
Mary; a son Frank Wainwright of


substitute for soil.
Coolidge and Powell were
chosen as the region's state
alternates. Also, Manning and
Powell were invited to present
their projects to the Master
Gardener's Club in Lake City,
while Cloud won two awards:
one from the American
Meteorological Society and
one from the Discovery
Channel's Young Scientist
:Awards Program. Cloud has
the opportunity to present his
project in Washington, D.C.
this summer.
Bradford Middle School
students Tyler Crawford and


Starke; three brothers, Louie
Wainwright of Tallahassee,
James Wainwright of Lawtey and
Jack Wainwright of Greensboro;
a sister Marguerite Brassell of
Dover, Del.; 11 grandchildren
and 12 great-grandchildren.
Funeral services for Mr.
Wainwright were March 13,
2006 in the Chapel of Archie
Tanner Funeral Home of Starke
with the Rev. Paul Steinbach
officiating. Burial followed in
Lawtey Cemetery.



Melissa White
LAKELAND, GA. Melissa
Ann White, 34, of Lakeland, Ga.
died Tuesday, March 7, 2006, at
her residence.
Born in Jacksonville, Mrs.
White was raised in Bradford
County and lived in Lakeland, for
four years. She was a homemaker
and was of the Baptist faith.
Mrs. White is surNived by: her
husband Joe White of Lakeland; a
son Cedric Perry of Lakeland; a
daughter Marissa White of
Lakeland; her mother and step-
father Janet and Dolph Reddish
of Starke; her father and step-
mother Jerry and Teresa
Maslowski of Charlotte, N.C.; a
sister Monica Douglas of Lake
City; her maternal grandmother
Jewell Joyner of Starke; She was
preceded in death by her maternal
grandfather Neil Joyner.
Funeral services for Ms. White
were March 12, 2006 in the


Jennifer Padilla earned third-
place finishes. Crawford built
.a hovercraft, wh' Padilla did,
a project on lung capacity.
'Cindy Combs, a Bradford
Middle School science teacher,
said while the state sponsors
its science fair, participants are
expected to cover their own
expenses. Therefore, Combs
encourages anyone in the
community who can make a
donation to help the state
qualifiers to do so.
If interested, please call
Bradford Middle School at
(904) 966-6705 oi Lawtey
Community School at"(904)


Chapel of Archie Tanner Funeral
Home of Starke with the Rev.
Roman Alvarez officiating and
the Rev. Rick Bicknell
assisting. Burial followed in
Kingsley Lake Cemetery.


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In Loving Memory of
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All I have is memory and picture.
Mom, I'm getting well and home
finally with MeMe and DaDa
James. I will be fine.
Miss you so much.
Mom, I got saved today.
I know you were with me. When I
got put under. God has special
things for me and Brittney.
Dad, please don't leave me with
Rachel., She's so mean..
Always hitting on me.
Sister, how I miss you. Will be with
you in Heaven one day.
Missing and loving you till we meet
again and our circle is complete..
Your loving family
Brittney Lynn, Richard, Ryan,
Mom, Dad, Granny, DaDa James,
Boo-Boy, Jay and Neva Kay


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Sup with a whisper in my ear- And I
keep hoping that he'll sneak inside
nly room.
---"So I wait and I wait, and I run old
scenes through my tired head, of
the days that we laid by the school
and said, "Forever is'that the
best I'll ever be?"
Wow I miss you, I miss talking all
night long with you. Wow, I need
1. this too- to find a way to your
home.
Wow, well my love, can you hear
n. :' e? Had I been hoping loud
Mark Henry Martin enough -wishing hard enough?
Can you see me when I mn asleep
In Loving Memory of all alone alone?
Mark Henry Martin So I wait and I wait, and I run
Feb. 7. 1946 March 10, 2005 myself in the same old circles.
The following is dedicated to the I sit and I stare, and I run old
living and loving memory of my scenes through my weary head, of
one and only true love, Mark the days that we laid by the school
Henry Martih, who entered this and said, forever, was that the best
earth on February 7, 1046 and left I'll ever be?"
one truly broken and shattered life Can't keep my hands from
behind in his wife, Rosemary Rita shaking, stumbling through the
Chase Martin, on March 10, 2005. wreckage again.
Thank you for the 15 years of love But you're gone, so I wait a
you gave and allowing me to love waut you'reand I rgoun myso! wait ad
you more than anyone on the face wat, and i ru myself in tIe same
of this earth. I will love you old circles,
always and forever. I sit and I stare,
I MISS YOU And I run old scenes through my
Artist Unknown tired head, of the days that we laid
Wow I miss you, I miss being on our backs and said,. "Forever,
overwhehned by you. I need was that the best I'll ever be,
rescue, I think I'min fading away. .Forever, was ihat the best I'll ever
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EditorialpiniCemetery issue that can be resolve
board a few hard and fast rul
.. board board will continue w


Thursday, March 16, 200 rage 4BL


member
apologizes
Dear aggrieved family
and friends:
I want to personally
apologize for the recent clean-
up efforts at the cemetery that
have come under such a barrage
of fire from my community. I
regret any anguish or pain
caused by the actions in
removing various items from
grave sites at the cemetery. I
also sincerely apologize for the
loss of any personal items and
the personal grief this may
have caused family and friends
of loved ones interned at the
cemetery.
The board will not have
anything else removed from the
cemetery plots until a public
meeting is held to get input
from interested parties as to
what direction the board should
take in maintaining the
cemetery. We all realize this is
not a simple right or wrong


A circus it isn't; it's much more than
a "dog and pony show" for anyone
who wants to break the monotony of
everyday life and see. new things,
meet new people and visit with old
friends.
It's an opportunity for Highlands
residents to mix and mingle with the
good folks from Brooker, Theressa,
Sampson City, Rising, New River,
Heilbronn Springs, Lawtey, Reno,
Lincoln City, Starke, Hampton,
Hampton Lake. Pleasant Grove,
Saxton, Bedford Lake, Morgan Road,
Kingsley Lake, Speedville, Graham,
Keystone Heights and Santa Fe Lake.
Since friends from Union' County)
participate in many segments of the
fair, particularly in the livestock
exhibits, there is an opportunity to
renew old friendships with residents
of Worthington Springs, Dukes,
Miller Section, Fort Call, Midway,
Providence, Pinch-Gut, Palestine
Lake, Johnstown, Raiford.
Moodyville and Lake,Butler.
After all, we'd still be one county if
it were not for folks like my
grandparents, living in Worthington
Springs, who wanted their courthouse
nearer than Starke. In 1921 it took all
day to drive to Starke in a horse and
buggy. They had to attend their
business, spend.the night in town and
return to the western side of the
county, 'a two-day trip to pay their
taxes.
For many years, feelings ran high
between the counties because kin folk
were feuding, but, conditions are
_much improved, and the schools now
schedule football games again.
lO co usany young people and
Ntb y.ou'.aT heart, db'meet~oide' .
Ferris wheel and other whirly-gigs, to
eat cotton candy and just "hang out."
It's a great place for all the
activities, since it is monitored by city
and county law enforcement officers
pro~idig! protection for all :that are
vulnerable; and aren't we all at some
point in ,kime?
Hildelrand's Midway of Fun will be
Offering specials with interesting


names, such as "Midnight Madness,"
"Family Day," "Super-Duper
Sundays" "Smiling Mondays" and
"Buddy Night," and there will be
special nights for students from both
Bradford and Union county schools.
Two organizations, the Bradford-
Union Cattleman's Association and
the Bradford-Union Swine
Association, will participate in
showing prized animals and
auctioning them off. It will be a
home-grown affair, as each animal
must be born and raised in one of the
two counties.
An interesting exhibition will be the
Youth Goat Show and Little Kids
Exhibition. It isn't clear if kids refers
to young goats or young children.'
Food will be plentiful as several
groups will have booths for hot dogs,
hamburgers, funnel cakes and other
good things to eat. .Briing an appetite.
A highlight of the fair is the frde
chicken pilau (pilaf) for senior
citizens, prepared by the Starke
Rotary Club. The preparation of
chicken dinners by Rotarians is a
long-standing tradition, which began
years ago when it was 'billed' as a .
"Town and Country" eent, but
morphed into the present senior
citizen dinner. About 300 meals are
served each 'year. To obtain a free
ticket, see :'a Rotarian., Ho%\ ever, no
one meeting the "senior" designation
has ever been denied a dinner if he
didn't have a ticket.
Come to the fair; you owe it to
yourself to see the exhibits and ride
the midway, but more importantly,
you owe it to the young people of the
corpn ., s% port their efforts to
raise an. pamper. the livestock for
months prior i6o-the fair. li takes a"
great deal of effort and perseverance
to produce exhibition quality
livestock or other product, and the
least we can do is show our
appreciation by attending the fair..
I'll see you there.
By Busier Rahn,
Telegraph Editorialist


ed with
es. The
'ith the


regular mowing and
maintenance of the cemetery in
the interim.
The cemetery board is
comprised of six members; two
,ach from the First Baptist,
,first United Methodist, and
Madison Street Baptist
churches, appointed by the
respective churches. Each board
member works without pay.
We strive, with very limited
resources, to maintain the
cemetery as attractive as
possible. We also try to
provide for a place for future
generations to be buried, and
the ability of future boards to
continue to maintain an ever
expanding cemetery.
We look forward to input and
constructive suggestions on
how to best serve the
community with this cemetery.
Again, I apologize for any'
distress or heartache caused.
The board will announce,
through notices at the cemetery
and in the Bradford County
Telegraph, the date, time, and


1pm


Save a life ...
animal life
that is
Dear Editor: -
Residents of all Briadford ',
County, your help to support
the mission of Bradford County
PAWS is needed. -,
PAWS is a support group to
animal control that is manned
by volunteers of all ages: This
non profit group -needs.
financial help and donations of
per food that's an increasing
need as the animal shelter
population increases.
Volunteers with adoptable
pets will be at the Bradford
County Fair. Your support
will be greatly appreciated and
--your help -will' improve the


health and find homes for needy
animals. The support of all
Bradford County' is needed and
Volunteers will help make the
goals of PAWS possible.
SNew shelters, are
:forthcoming and will be
possible with help of citizens
and civic groups of the
County. Come by the animal
control shelter next to the
police department and see and
learn the hopes and plans for
future lifesaving of our
animals.
An enclosed building is
available that will improve
conditions 100 percent but
concrete is needed before this
can be erected, so any and all
donations will help accomplish
this. This is an opportunity for
civil groups and others to show


their support for this %worthy
cause that has been neglected
so long.
Beryl Nettles
Starke

Cargo Way
was not
blighted ...
until now
Dear Editor:
I was much offended and
even somewhat upset by a
remark made by Mr. Redfearn
in which he characterized Cargo
Way as a blighted area prior to

See LETTER, p. 6B


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to discuss these concerns and .
policies for the cemetery.
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Bradford
County needs
a reality
check
Dear Editor:
This letter is in reference to s
the letter written concerning ,
the businesses' that are allowed J
to come to Bradford County. I I
agree that we need restaurants
here that will attract the tourist |
who drive through this county. '
We need restaurants such as a
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IN SERVICE


Army Spec. Stewart
A. Roberts has been
decorated with the Afghanistan
Campaign Medal and the
Global War on Terrorism
Service Medal for participating
in Operation Enduring Freedom
in Afghanistan. The soldier
has returned to the 26th
Quartermaster Company based
in Hanau, Germany. While in
Afghanistan, the company
soldiers provided logistical
support to units in the Afghan
theater of operations.
The Afghanistan Campaign
Medal is awarded to any
member of the U.S. armed
services who has performed
duty within the borders of
Afghanistan or contiguous
airspace for a period of thirty
consecutive days or sixty non-
consecutive days.
Servicemembers who have
been engaged in combat with
an enemy force, or members
who have been wounded in
combat within Afghanistan
may receive the medal
regardless of the number of
days served in country.,
The Global War on
Terrorism Service Medal is
awarded to members of the
Armed Forces, of the United


LETTER
Continued from p. 4B

I drive to Gainesville to shop
at Publix. This town needs
Publix, decent stores to shop
for clothing apparel, shoes an'd
etc. It would be nice to have.
Lowe'shere in Starke.
Why should every business
be located inside the city
limits, why not in the county?
The officials in .this county
'need to wake up and realize this
is the 21st Cenrur\. Bradford
County needs to catch up with
reality. I hope other people
%kill rite in and voice their
opinions.on this subject.
Norma Greene
Bradford County,


States who serve or have served
in military operations to
combat terrorism, as defined by
such regulations, on or after
September 1 1, 2001,, and
before a terminal date to be
prescribed by the Secretary of
Defense. By presidential order
and recommendation from the
Secretary of Defense, the medal
is awarded to servicemembers
in response to our nation's
global efforts to suppress
terrorism, and the significant
contributions members of the
Armed Forces bring to bear on
the long-term resolution of
terrorist threats.
Roberts is a water treatment
specialist, and has four years of
military service.
He is the grandson of Aley
R. Clark of Starke.
The specialist is a 2002
graduate' of Bradford High
School.
Navy Seaman Apprentice
Christina M. Wheeler,
daughter of Tina M. Wheeler of
Starke and Russ B. Wheeler of
Fort Myers, recently completed
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Recruit Training Command,
Great Lakes, Ill.
During the eight-week


REALITY
Continued from p. 4B
the commercial development
process began.
I moved to Keystone Heights
in 1961 and in 1963 bought a
house on Car'go Way. At the
time Cargo Way was neither
named or paved, but was a
little dirt road with access to
both highways S.R. 21 and
S.R. 100 that lead to a nice
clean, quiet, green
neighborhood..
All of the homes, except
one, have waterfront property
on Brooklyn Lake. A lot of
trees and '-other greenery
shielded us from both the view
and.the noise. There was no


program, Wheeler completed a
variety of training which
included classroom study and
practical instruction on naval
customs, first aid, fire fighting,
water safety and survival, and
shipboard and aircraft safety.
An emphasis was also placed
on physical fitness.
The capstone event of boot
camp is "Battle Stations." This
exercise gives recruit the
skills and confidence they need
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skills and the core values of
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commercial activity that
accessed Cargo Way so that all
traffic was residential.
At the time this development
was proposed many of the
Cargo Wayresidents attended
the Council meetings to voice
our concerns and objections -
of course to no avail.
The council members did not
seem to know much about our
neighborhood so I invited them
for a guided tour. Only one
member took advantage of the
offer, and he seemed quite
surprised at what he found.
As a result of all this new
development, almost all of the
trees and greenery have been
removed and traffic is greatly
increased with much of it used
as a cut through to 100 or 21.
By day I get to look at the
back of commercial buildings
and the street littered by the
remains of Wendy's. At night I
am greeted by the smell of
frying food (only to get worse
,when Fryers' builds) and the
noise of boom boxes and
exotic mufflers. Even after
Wendy's closes the road noise
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Recent
arrests
in Bradford,
Clay or Union
The following ifidivid-ual
were arrested recently by local
law enforcement officers in
Bradford, Clay (Keystone
Heights area) or Unior
County:
Willie Lee Pierce Jr., 47, ol
Starke was arrested March 1C
by Starke Officer S.E. Swain
for. burglary of an occupied
dwelling and criminal mischief
Pierce is charged with entering
the victim's home uninvited
where he pulled down a chine
cabinet and destroyed the
contents and furniture, Officer
Swain said. Estimated damage
was $3,000. Bond was set al
$30,000. Pierce was charged
March 8 in a separate incident
with two counts of shooting
into a dwellingm.and two counts
criminal mischief by Officer
William Murray. He allegedly
fired a weapon at the victims'
apartments, striking and
breaking the windows, Officer
Murray said. Pierce .could not
be located' at ;le .time of the
incident but was additionally
charged on March 10.
Shawn David Miller, 34, ol
Starke w%%as arrested March' 10C
by Bradford Deputy R. Watkins
for battery and criminal
mischief. Miller is charged
with striking the glass in the
front door with his fist and feel
as he left George's Bar just
after midnight. The victim was
standing behind the 'door and
was struck on his forearm with
the glass from the door causing
a minor laceration, Deputy
Watkins said. The victim
refused medical attention. A
$2.000 surety bond was posted
for Miller's release from
custodN.

Milo Vincent Williams, 29,
of Starke was arrested March 9
S by Officer Murray fo]
possession of cannabis and
possession of, drui
paraphernalia. Two marijuana
cigarettes, a pair of scissors anc
rolling papers were found
during a search by the officer
i % Williams \\as released from"
custody after a $2,000 suret
. bond was posted.
Brittany Lynn Cowley Johns
- 19.. of Lake Butler was arrested
just after midnight March 9 by
Officer Murray for possession
of drug paraphernalia. She had
in ;her. possession .a chrome
-tube with burnt marks and
copper wire .mesh. She wa:
also charged on a warrant for
violation of probation
possession of drug
paraphernalia. She was release
from custody after surety bond'
toial ling $10,000 were posted.
John Addis. 28, of Largo was
arrested March 7 by Starke Sgt
Robert MNelton for loitering
pro.vling and disorderly
intoxication. Addis smelled
strongly of an' alcoholic
beverage when he was found
begging for money. He could
notL give a place of residence
, Boid on the charge was set a
$5,000.
Katherine Buhl, 43, of Starke
was arrested March 7 by Office
Swain for breach of peace
Buhl was intoxicated, yelling
and] disturbing the neighbors
Officer Swain said. She wa:
also charged on a warrant front
Es ambia County on a writ o
bodily attachment. She purge
by-aying $570 and posting


$1,000 surety bond for her
release.
Clarence Griffin, 50, of Lake
Butler was arrested March 12
by Bradford Sgt. George
Konkel Jr. for grand theft auto,
s giving false name to law
1 enforcement and driving while
n license suspended or revoked
e (DWLS) knowingly. Griffin'
was driving a vehicle reported
stolen from. Union County
when he was stopped at 12:34
f a.m. on South 'Walnut Street
) in Starke. He was booked under
n the name of his brother
1 Lorenza Griffin but later
. recanted. The vehicle was
g returned to the owner, Sgt.
1 Konkel said. Griffin was
a additionally charged on a
e warrant with failure to appear
r violation of probation. Bond
e was set at $19,000.
t
d Michael Ferguson Smith, 40,
t of Gainesville was arrested
9 March 11 by Bradford Deputy
s Jason Clark for disorderly
r intoxication. Smith disabled
' his vehicle by driving off the
roadway of S.R. 21B at Santa
1 Fe boat ramp and lodging it on
r a culvert in the ditch, Deputy
t Clark said. When approached
by the deputy, Smith became
very loud causing a
disturbance. He smelled
strongly of, an alcoholic
f beverage, Deputy Clark said.
S' He was released from custody
s' after a $5,000 surety bond was
I posted.
Beverly Osteen, 19, of
t Keystone Heights was arrested
t March 9 by Clay deputies for
S retail theft.
S Delores Walter, 20, of
g Keystone Heights was arrested
March 9 by Clay deputies foir
retail theft.
d James Eric Griffis, 18,, .of
. Graham was arrested March 9
by Starke Officer David
Bukowski for disruption of
school function. Griffis, a
student at the Vo-Tech. left the
r office creating a disruption. He
d was told to stop but refused and
g continued to curse, Officer
i Bukowski said. A $2,000
i surety bond was posted for his.
d release from custody.
n" Marge Christakes, 60,' of
Worthingtone Springs was
arrested March 13 by Union
Deputy Willie Lee for
trespassing arid disturbing the
d peace. -
Walter Allen Greene, 22, of
d Jacksonville was arrested
e March 9 by Bradford Deputy
d W.D. Thompson for failure to
s appear with bond set at $5,000.
r
in Willie Jerome Newsome Jr.,
g 31, of Lawtev \%as arrested
d March 10 by Starke Officer
s Shawn Brown for violation of.
probation possession of
controlled substance with no
s bond and failure to appear
DWLS with bond set at
/ $5.000.
1d Harold Lamar Johnspn, 29,
c of Starke was arrested March
d 10 by Bradford Deputy Robert
d L. Lyons for violation of
. probation with no bond.
It
Angel Coakley, 22, of Starke
was arrested March 9 by
e Bradford Sgt. E.J. Kiser for
r violation of probation
. possession of controlled
g substance and grand theft with
, no bond.
s
S Jamie L. Mobley, 29, of
f Lawtey was arrested March II
d by Bradford Deputy Josh Luke
a for failure to appear violation


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$4,000 surety bond was posted
for Mobley's release from
custody.
Abram Griffis, 31, of Lawtey
was additionally charged March
8 by Bradford Deputy Thomas
Sapp on a capias for scheme to
defraud under $20,000, grand
theft and 15 counts of uttering
forged checks. Bond was set at
$25,000 on each charge. Griffis
remains in custody of the
county jail.
John D. Watterson, 37, of
Starke was arrested March 8 by
Starke Officer Paul King for
violation of probation
possession of cocaine. A
$5,000 surety bond was posted
for his release from custody.
Anthony Watson; 40, of
Starke was arrested March 6 by
probation officers for violation
of community control battery
on law enforcement officer,
robbery, theft of motor vehicle,
robbery and felon with gun.
Mamie Beatrice Brown, 23,
of Lake Butler was arrested
March 7 by Union Deputy
,Brett Handley for failure to
appear compliance affrhy. Bond
was set at $500.
Reginald Daniel Byrd, 60, of
Starke was arrested March 3 at
the Lake City VA Hospital on
a Bradford warrant for violation
of probation aggravated assault
and violation -of probation
battery from Baker County. He
was booked March 8 by
Deputy Thompson into
Bradford County Jail.
James Lavery, 32, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
March 10 by Clay deputies on
a warrant for violation of
probation grand theft.
Beverly Osteen, 19, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
March 10 by Clay deputies for,
violation of probation escape.

Traffic,
Jack Reavis Howell, 38, of
Starke was arrested March 11
by 'Bradford Deputy Drew
Moore for driving under the
influence (DUI). Howell's
blood-alcohol' 'level was .13
percent when his 2002 Ford'
pickup was stopped on S.R. 16
at 2 a.m. He %%as released from
cusiod) after a $1.000 cash
" bond % as posted
Fredrick Perry, 39, of
Gainesville was arrested March
6 by Sgt. Konkel for DWLS
knowingly. A $500 surety
bond was posted for his release
from custodN
Daid Richards, 46. of
Macclenn% was arrested March
8 b\ Officer MurraN for
DWLS. He was released after a
$5,000 surety bond was posted.


Timothy Knight, 41, of
Gainesville was arrested March
12 by Florida Highway Patrol
Trooper Jason Barry for DWLS
and attaching tag not assigned.
Surety bonds totalling $1,000
were posted for his release from
custody.
Brian Robert McElroy, 44, of
Starke was arrested March 7 by
Clay Deputy T.W. Roper for
DWLS. McElroy was sitting
in a parked vehicle. When he
attempted to put his vehicle in
reverse he put it in drive
instead, almost striking the
barriers in front of the store,
Deputy Roper said. When
questioned, McElroy admitted
his license had been suspended
eight times. He was transported
to the county jail and his
vehicle was towed.
Jimmy McGruder Jr., 27, of
Melrose was arrested March 12
by Clay Deputy S.J.
Abrahamsen for DWLS and
expire. tag. During a search,
the deputy found two plastic
bags containing about 15
grams of marijuana, and he was
additionally charged with
possession of marijuana.
Al DeSue, 64, of Starke was
arrested March 11 by Starke
Officer J.W. Hooper for DWLS
with knowledge. Bond was set
at $5,000.
Dale, Glover, 26, of Starke
was arrested March 7 by
Deputy, Moore for no valid
driverF's.jicense (NVDL). He
was released from custody after
a $500 cash bond was posted.


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Thomas Earl Woods, 27, of
Raiford was arrested March 7
by Trooper M.D. King for
DWLS habitual offender.
Woods' vehicle was stopped for
speeding in a construction
zone: Woods told the trooper
he borrowed a tag from his
brother to travel to
Jacksonville to work. He was
additionally charged with no
seat belt, expired tag and
unlawful speed.
Bobby Kelly, 52, of Lawtey
was arrested March 9 by Officer
King for DWLS. He was
released after a $500 surety
bond was posted.
Lester Ruis, .26, of Lawtey
was arrested March 7 by
Department of Transportation
Officer Tom Bowen for DWLS
and on a warrant for failure to
appear possession of drug
Paraphernalia and on a warrant
from Union. County for failure
to appear petittheft. Bond was
set at $5,000.
Jeannie M. McElveen, 27, of
Starke was arrested March 11
by Sgt. Konkel on a capias
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Stacey Bailey, 20, of Starke
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Michael Gizowski, 44, of
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Stars shine at 2006 Strawberry Pageant


A lHollvwood theme for the
2006 Bradford-Union
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stars take to the stage, but two
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Lake Butler. Allen also
received awards for best
evening gown in the queen
competition as well as best
talent.
The theme may have been
Hollywood, but Allen's
performance was all
Broadway. She performed
excerpts from Andrew Lloyd
Webber's adaptation of "The
Phantoni of the Opera."
Allen, who was sponsored
by Pritchett Trucking, ,chose
multiple sclerosis awareness
as her platform. On stage she
was asked what she has
learned from her travels
across the United States. She
said she's been fortunate
enough to visit the 48
continental states and see for
herself how "absolutely
gorgeous" they are.
"1 would recommend that
anybody do thie same thing,
because, it's a wonderful
experience," she shid.
Allen is a sophomore
attending both Lake City
Community College and
Santa Fe Community
College, has been involved
with mentoring and programs
like Rotary's Interact, and has
received numerous'
recognition, for her vocal
talent.
Reigning, alongside- Allen
will be 2006 Strawberry
Princess Sunshine Atteberry,
who was crowned by last
year's winner, Celeste
Wilson. Atteberry is just 13
-years old and a home-
. schooled eighth-grader. She is
the daughter of Scott and
Vicki Atteberry of' Lawtey.
Atteberry, who was
sponsored by Windows by
Lisa and the Starke Academy
of Dance, ,also received the
best talent award in the
princess competition for her
ballet performance of the
song "When You Were


Mine."
When asked about her
experience performing with
the Moscow Ballet. Attcherry
said it was "unbelievable." In
addition to performing
alongside those dancers, shie
also had the opportunity to
take a class with them and
learn about overcoming
language barriers.
Atteberry's platform was
the importance of community
service. She is the president
of the 4-H Cloverbuds,
delegate to the Bradford
County Council and an
assistant dance teacher.
The pageant was
dedicated to the
memory of Naomi
Herres, who passed
away last year. Herres
was the owner of Merle
Norman- Cosmetic
Studio in Starke anc
assisted with the "
pageant for more than :'
20 years. She was
remembered in word by
former pageant director
Norma Donn and in
song by her son, Joey
Herres. Her
granddaughter, Maritza
Herres, competed in the A.
princess pageant and
won the award for most
photogenic princess
contestant.
'Other awards went to
Janna Rae Reddish, who
received the directors'
award., Katelyn Sims,
who swas voted Miss
Congeniality, Lauren
Martin, who was the
most photogenic queen
contestant, and Kelly
Riddick, who won for
her evening gown in the
princess competition.
Runners-up for
princess were Samantha
Balkcom (fourth)\
Melissa Dukes (third),
Katelyn Sims (second) -
and Kelly Riddick .
(first). Runners-up for
queen were Lauren
Martin (second). and
Brittany Cooper (first).
Among the other
contestants were
Cassandra Coolidge,
Chelsea Nugent, Sara
Denmark, Bjethany
Stockdale, Abbie Clark,


Holly Best, Danielle Miller,
Heather Whytsell and Tiffany
Rowe.
Prizes included
scholarships for the top three
queen contestants and savings
bonds from Capital City Bank
for the princess contestants.
Capital City Bank President
Jeff Oody emceed the
pageant. Pageant directors
were Angelia Crews and
Jenna Cragg. Judges were
Jennifer Hudson. Karen
Miller, Ruth Sidbury, Angela
Spears and Donna Windsor.


(CLOCKWISE FROM LEFT)
Queen contestant Heather
Whytsell gives a turn in her
evening gown; would-be
queens like Tiffany Rowe also
demonstrated their flair for
casual wear; Celeste Wilson
presents Kelly Lynn Riddick,
who was first runner-up in the
princess pageant, an award for
her gown; Bethany Stockdale
shows off talent times two,
singing and playing the song
"Lonestar" by Norah Jones.


A Thank You To All
Who contributed to making our
reception at the t oman's Club on r
Saturday evening such a wonderful :
experience.
It confirms our first impression
made 40 years ago that Starke is a
wonderful place to live and the
friendships made so fulfilling.
God bless each of you, my dear .
friends.
William "Bill" & Audrey George


Thank You!
We, the family of Jimmy Wayne
Bennefield would like to say
"Thank You" to our family, friends
and neighbors for your concerns.
hospital vis its, support and
especially your prayers during this
time of his illness. We would like to
say a special Thank 'ou to Mr.
George and Mrs. Joyce Traverfor
all the meals you'have prepared,
)our visits to the hospital, your
prayers, your love and shoulders to
lean on; "'Special Thanks" to Aunt
Brenda for her love and support,
hospital visits, meals she bought
and all the email updates she sent
out to keep everyone aware ofhis
'condition on a daily. basis;
"Special Thanks" to First Baptist
Church ladies for the goody basket
and hospital visit, and an extra
special "Thank you" to Leslie
Horn, a LBMS 5th grader whom
through his kindness and the love in
his heart took it upon himself to
take up monies to help Jimmy's
Atom and Dad with any finances
they may need assistance with
during Jimmy s stay at Shands
Hospital in Gaines ville. These are-
very tough times for our little man
and for us, it is friends and family
like all of you that gives us hope
and the will to go on. Please keep
the prayers going.
The Bennefield/Raulerson Family


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March 31
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Section C: Thursday, March 16, 2006 Telegraph Times Monitor



Community renews hope of BC liver transplant patient


BY MARCIA MILLER
Telegraph Staff Writer
"At 21 years old, she had
almost decided the pain and
,expense of a second liver
transplant just wouldn't be
worth it.
Now she says the outpouring-
of love and concern that was
recently shown to her by the
entire community has
completely changed her mind.
Heather Smith received her
first liher transplant in 2002,
but she has autoimmune
-hepatitis, a chronic condition
that causes cirrhosis of the
liver. She now needs a second
transplant since her liver is
functioning at about 25
percent.
Carol Smith, Heather's
mother, said Heather was
tremendously impressed and
deeply grateful for the $10,000
raised for her medical
expenses during a recent
community event held at the
Starke Golf and Country Club.
The number of people who
got involved in the
event-many of whom the
Smiths did not even
know-and the effort they p'ut
forth on her behalf boosted
Heather's spirits, said Carol.
"She said that no matter
what else happens, that meant
a lot to her," said Carol.
"Before the fund-raiser, she
didn't want to go through
another liver transplant. She
knows she isn't going to get
any better (because
autoimmune hepatitis is
chronic), but when she saw
how many people wanted to
help ... She said she didn't
know how many people out
there cared."
Heather herself always puts
on a bright face. No matter
what she is going through,
when you ask her how she is
doing, her reply is simply a
smile and, "Fine." ,
Heather was 16 when she
had her first liver transplant at



Animal
adoption
hours
announced
Bradford Count) PAWS has
announced adoption hours for
the Starke Animal Care and
Control Center.'
The center is open for
S adoption Monday-Friday from
4:6 p.m., Saturday from 10
a.m.-6 p.m. and Sunday from
I -6 p.m.
"-.The contact number is (904)
964-9200. Both dogs and cats
are available, so come adopt
your new best friend.
PAWS is also looking for
volunteers to walk dogs,
answer phones and assist
with special event adoptions.
Please contact Elaine Gunner
at (904) 334-7317 or (904)
964-8895.


Rabbits,
poultry need
to be at the
fair Saturday
S:-All rabbits and poultry are to
be brought to the livestock
arena at the Bradford County
Fair Saturday, March 18, 9-11
a:m. No animals will be
accepted after I I a.m.
.Poultry judging will be held
Monday, March 20, at 10 a.m.,
while rabbit judging will take
Space at 6 p.m.

Ceremony for
Bradford
Ripken/Ruth
teams set for
this Saturday
:The Starke-Bradford Cal
Ripken/Babe Ruth baseball
S and softball leagues will be
S participating in an opening day
S ceremony Saturday, March 18,
at:9 a.m. at the Edwards Road
Complex.
S Baseball and softball games
will follow the opening
ceremony at 10a.m.


the Mayo Clinic in
'Jacksonville. It wasn't long
after the transplant before
doctors told her the disease
had begun attacking the new
liver. After living with that
condition for several years
now, her new liver, has,,


deteriorated to the point where
she needs a second transplant.
The family had a different
type of health insurance for her.
first transplant and it paid a
larger: portion of the medical
expenses than their current
insurance will pay. The family


will need a total of about
$300,000 for Heather's
transplant.
Carol said doctors can't give
them any- firm estimate of
when the transplant will need
to occur, but they did say that
when Heather's condition


worsens, it will do .so
suddenly.
"We know it will happen,
we just don't know when.
They're keeping a close eye on
her right now," said Carol.
"She has to go to the doctor
pretty often."


Being out a day or two every
week for doctors appointments
has made it pretty much
impossible for Heather to hold


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Education is the key topic at NAACP banquet


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Their paths toward
furthering their education after
- high school were different, but
Stacey Hill and Jesse Moore
each stressed how important
obtaining that education was as
they spoke at the Bradford
County NAACP's third annual
Freedom Fund banquet March
. 4 at the Bradford County
Fairgrounds.
.Hill graduated from
Bradford High School in 1990
and attended Georgetown
University in Washington,
D.C. She majored in
psychology and minored in
government before attending
Georgetown's law school,
where she earned a degree in
'1998.
It was her dream to attend
Georgetown and to have a
career working with children.
Hill was determined to fulfil
that dream. She worked two
jobs while working toward her
bachelor's degree and worked
full-time while earning her law
degree.
Today, she is a an assistant
general counsel with the
Florida Department of
Children and Families.


Stacey Hill
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"It was not easy, but because
of (my determination), I can
tell you today I am living my
dream," Hill said.
It was a dream she may not
have achieved if she had
listened to her guidance
counselor in high school. Hill
said the counselor, who was a
white male,.., asked howi her
mother could afford to send
her to such a school as
Georgetown when he couldn't
afford to send his own..childre ..
.there. --.
"He encouraged me to apply
to a lesser school," Hill said.
Hill, however, was not
satisfied with that. She knew
that if she had the grades, she
could attend whatever school
she wanted to. Besides, if she
applied to a "lesser". school,
she would be doingV a
disservice to herself, which
went against what her mother.
taught her.
"My mother always told me
to never limit my dreams to
our economic situation," Hill
said. "Therefore, I have always
lived my life without
limitations, knowing that I
could do whatever the next
person was doing, whether
they were black or white, rich
or poor."
Hill stressed that today's
youth should focus on their
education-something that
was not made available to
black people at one time in this
country's history.
"If you want to know how
important education is, just
take a look at your history,"
Hill said. "Slaves were not
taught to read or to write. A
black person could be killed
-just for learning their A,B,Cs
and their 1,2,3s. I think it's
very important for the young
people to remember that in.
today's society."
Hill. said slaye owners
wanted to place a limit on.
slaves' knowledge, which in
turn placed a limit on their
desires.
"If all. you know of the


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Donetta
Campbell and
Shaterika
Johnson, of
the praise
dance team at
Bethel Baptist
Church,
perform at the
banquet.


world is serving your master,
then that's as far as your
dreams will take you," Hill
said. q
Hill encouraged the youth of
Bradford County to go beyond
the borders of the county in
order to achieve their dreams,
She used her nephew as an
example. When her nephew
was 4, he wanted to, be, a
Teenage Mutant Ninja turtle,
Why? Because that's 'what
made up a 4-year-old's mind.,
"As his education grew, his
choices grew," Hill, said.
"Now, at 16, he wants to be an
engineer. That may or may not
change once he enters cojl!,geP
and even after he finished. his
degree. but the core of. the
story is your dreams are
limited to the world in which
you live. ,
"The first thing you must do
is identify a dream. Ho\\ do
you do that? How do you, cross,
that county line? It's plain and
simple-education."
Education was stressed in
Moore's life. His. parents,.
though they did not complete
high school, wanted all 10 of
their children to earn high
school degrees. Yet the
opportunity to continue that
education seemed remote.
Moore said there were not a lot
of. scholarships available to
black students in those days, so
not much was said about
Wttenditng colle?.1 -1 ,"'7:"
"I wanted to.attend college,
bbut the I knew under the
circumstances there was very
little chance," Moore said.
Rev. B.J. Williams, a social
studies teacher and senior class
adviser at R.J.E. High School,
wanted to see Moore and his


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on, could possibly lead to them
earning Lewis state
scholarships.
Moore and his classmates
did not think they had much of
A chance to earn those
scholarships, so they weren't
going to take the test. They
informed Williams of that, but
Williams, who ,was well
respected by the students,
would not accept that.
"He said, 'You will take the
test.' So we took the test, the
whole class, all seven of us,"
, Moore said.
Moore said he did not think
much about the test after he
took it He graduated and had
two scholarships available to
him, but together the) totaled
just $300-not enough money
to coler all of the expenses he
would incur in college. Moore
said he began looking for a
job.


- Avery Shell, Lucetra Moss and Sandra Shell receive awards in recognition of
service toward the community and its youth. Moss accepted the award on the
behalf of her mother, Dorothy Moss, who is recovering from major surgery.


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One day, after looking .for
employment, Moore stopped
by the post office to pick up
his family's mail. He found a
letter addressed to him,
notifying him that he was
receiving a Lewis state
scholarship.
"I was one of the happiest
people in Florida that day, not
just in Bradford County,"
Moore said.
Moore went to Florida
A&M University.
"I didn't know much about'
vocations that were available"
but I knew about- teachers,"-
Moore said. 'Teachers at that
fiine were highly respected irn
their communities, so I wanted
to be a teacher."
However, Moore found itf
difficult to find a job teaching
after he graduated. He looked:
for employment in Florida and!
south Georgia. He wound up'
substitute teaching for a year
in Jacksonville while also
working other jobs.
"Back in '1957, African
American tlacheis were a
dime a dozen," Moore said.
In 1958, Moore got a call
from C.C; Anderson,-who told
him he had a teaching job at
Anderson Junior High School
in Lawvtey. Moore took the job,
and went back hon10, where he
found himself bne'member of
a two-person staff. Hp taught
social studies. English, boys
P.E. and boy s woodworking,
as well as coached the boys
basketball team. Moore even
drove the bus for the boys
basketball team and for other
school functions.
That may sound like quite a
burden to carry, ;but- Moore
enjoyed it. ...
"I loved every minute of it,"
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Youth receive awards at


Juvenile Justice luncheon


Youth from Bradford and Union County who won cash prizes for selling
the most tickets for the B-U Cattlemen's Association drawing were (front)
Kaitlyn Lee, Brandon Aimes, Randa Conner, Morgan Raulerson, Makayla
Webb, (back, I-r) Timothy Thornton, Ronnie Williams, Taylor Whitehead
and Clay Whitehead.


Cattlemen's Association hosts

fun night' for fair participants


BY LINDSEY KIRKLAND
Telegraph Staff Writer
At its last meeting before the
fair, the Bradford-Union
Cattlemen's Associatio'n
hosted an evening of trivia and
prizes for participants in the
Bradford County Fair.
Held at the Lake Butler
community center, the "fun
night" provided advisers,
parents and members of 4-H
and FFA, who are showing
steer in the fair, with a chili
dinner. The youth also had
plenty of chances to win prizes
by answering fair- and cattle-
related questions.
The trivia varied in
difficulty level, from certain
cow diseases and parts to
simple questions, like "What
are two similarities between
humans and cows?"


NAACP.
Continued from p. 2C
Moore said. "I found my
calling. This is what I wanted
todo."
. During his second year at
the school, the other teacher.
Moore worked with had to be
replaced. The replacement was'
"a cute, little thing who caught
my eye right away," Moore
,said.
That replacement turned out
to be Moore's'future wife,
Dorothy. They have been
married 44 years.
Moore, after integration took
effect in 1970, went to
Bradford Middle School as an
assistant principal. He worked
in various positions throughout


If a participant answered
they have legs and eat, any of
the following prizes could
have easily been theirs,
including hats, Subway
coupons, show sticks, bags of
feed,. rope halters, worm
medicine, grooming combs, 4-
H bears, cups, bracelets and
ferns.
The following local
businesses donated those
prizes: Lake Butler Farm
Center, Emerson Nursery and
Rental, Muse Show Cattle,
. Gold Key of Starke, Bradford
County 4-H, the Whitehead
family, Hillandale Farms,
Harris Moran Company,
Bielling Tire, Skip's Deli,
Tom Jackson of Jackson
Building Supply, Thomason
Hardware of Providence,
Elixson's Lumber, Hobo


the school system and capped
his 38-Near career as the
principal of Southside
Elementary School for 14
years and assistant
superintendent for three years.
"It was a labor of love,"
Moore said. "I feel blessed I
had the opportunity to work in
jobs that I loved and with
young people in my own
community for 38 years. I'm
thankful, for it."
The March 4 banquet also
included performances from
the praise dance team from
Bethel Baptist Church and the
Bradford High School gospel
mass choir. Awards were also
presented to Dorothy Moss,
Avery Shell anid Sandra Shell
in recognition of their
commitment to the community
and its youth.


Tractor, the Parrish and Box
families, IGA of Lake Butler,
Subway of Lake Butler and the
Conner family.
Edythe Robinson of RBH
donated prize 'money to the
members who sold the most
tickets for the Cattlemen's
Association drawing.
Ronnie'Williams came in
first place for selling 300
tickets and received $100.
Other prizes went to:
Morgan Raulerson $75
(230 tickets), Makayla Webb -
$50 (100 tickets), Randa
Conner $40 (70 tickets), Clay
Whitehead tied with Taylor
Whitehead $35 (50 tickets),
Timothy Thornton $25 (30
tickets) and Brandon Aimes
tied with Kaitlyn Lee $20 (20
tickets).


BY LINDSEY KIRKLAND
Telegraph Staff Writer
The Northeast Florida
Juvenile Justice Youth
Recognition Luncheon was
held Friday, March 10, at
Camp Blanding to recognize
those who have taken steps to
change their lives.
This was the third annual
luncheon combining the
Fourth and Eighth circuits of
Florida, including the
following counties: Union,
Levy, Gilchrist, Bradford,
Baker, Alachua, Nassau; Duval
and Clay.

More than 20 young people
were honored by
representatives from their
counties in an event that
kicked off Juvenile Justice
Week March 13-17. This year
."Keeping Communities Safe
by Changing Young Lives"
was the theme.
Jim Lewis, Bradford
County's Juvenile Justice
Council co-chairman,
presented Bradford's awards to
Brandon Searcy and Josh
Touchston. Tony Smith also
received an award but was not
present to accept it.
Lewis said it was important
to focus on what these kids are
doing right now, rather than
the bad they may have done in
the past.
From Union County, Barry
Sanms recognized' Vinson
Wintons, Dontrell Larry and
Dusty Reddish.
Patti Priest, secretary of the
local council, and school board.
members, community leaders
and students from both
counties were also in
attendance.
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Carrabba's Italian Grill of
Orange Park, brought, together
approximately 500 people
from Northeast Florida, who
are all working to change the
lives of the state's youth. -
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SMITH
Continued from p. 1C

down a job, but she is going to
classes to become a certified
nursing assistant in the hopes


that her health problems will
eventually allow her a career.
She also enjoys fishing.
In addition to Heather's
health problems, Heather's
father Carey has just been
diagnosed with prostate cancer
and been given 18 months to
live. Carey's condition has


already reached the point
where surgery will not help.
The family is still trying to
deal with that devastating news
on top of dealing with
Heather's health problems.

Upcoming benefit
Mike Wells owner of the


(L-R) Todd Foster and Bob Green of Bradford Terrace recently presented a $5,000
check to Heather Smith and her mother, Carol. Also pictured is fund-raiser Tracy
Moore.


AWARDS
Continued from p. 3C

Youth Challenge Academy
served the meal and provided
entertainment. The
Hippodrome Improvisational
Teen Theatre, HITT, did a
short performance for the
crowd
A representative from U.S.'


Senator Mel Martinez's office
was on hand to commend the
Department of Juvenile Justice
(DJJ) employees on their
continued effort.
The guest speaker was DJJ
Secretary Anthony J.
Schembri.
Schembri has, been in office
almost two years, and he gave
a humorous speech about his
life and work with the DJJ.
: From Brooklyn, N.Y., he


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greet each youth award recipient after the
luncheon, including Union County's Vinson
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New York City Department of
Corrections, where he
managed more than 20,000
people, with 3,400 of those
being juveniles.
From corrections work to
being a college dean and
professor, Schembri has
graduated from the FBI
National Academy and
Harvard's Kennedy School of
Government Program for State
and Local Government
Executives.
"People see the Brooklyn
before they see the Harvard,"
Schembri said, which got him
laughs from the audience.
After recognizing the award
recipients, he took time to
recognize DJJ staff and
community volunteers.
"You are the social glue," he
said. "I take my hat off to
you."
Schembri said his job was a
difficult one.
"We're judged by our'
mistakes," he said of the DJJ.
"We try to change human
behavior," he said "but we're
too quick to use force."
,He was responsible for
establishing the first boot camp
for juvenile offenders in New
York..
Since implementing new
programs, Schembri said there
has been an 18 percent
reduction in juvenile crime and
a 42 percent reduction in
referrals to adult court.
"Our job is to jump in a hole
and help these kids find a way
out," he said.
Schembri took time to pose
for pictures with the award
recipients after the ceremony.


Slab on Sampson Lake, just off
SR--100 west of Starke, is
hosting two benefit fund-
raisers for Heather.
The first is on Thursday
through Saturday, March 30-
April 1, when a community
yard sale will take place
starting at 8 a.m. each day.
The second fund-raiser will
occur on Saturday, April 8, at
the Slab and will include a
motorcycle poker run (last bike
will leave at noon), a fishing
tournament, an auction, a pig
roast and chicken dinner and a
variety of activities for
children. Food will be served
from 4-5 p.m. and live music
with Crooked Council will
begin at 6 p.m.
If you can't participate in
those benefits, but would still
like to help Heather, contact
Carol at (904) 964-6516 or
Tracy Moore at (904) 964-
6262. You can also donate
through the National
Transplant Assistance Fund at
www.transplantfund.org or
(800) 642-8399. The donations
are tax deductible and can be
earmarked for Heather.
Thank you
The Smiths would like to
thank the people involved in
the first fund-raiser. Donations
of cash or auction items came
from all over the area.
Donators included: Advance
Discount Auto Parts,
Affordable Furnishings,
Allen's, American Gutter,
American Paper, Archie
Tanner Funeral Home, Beck
Chrysler-Dodge-Jeep.
Bradford Terrace, Bradford
Sportsmen's Farm, Brantley's,
Bryan's Ace Hardware,
Budget Inn, Cedar River
Seafood, Chevrolet of Starke,
Clippity-Do-Dawg, Clyde's
Tires, Curves, Cut 'N Up,
Davis Express, Dean's Drugs,
Dick's Wings, Dimple's Style
Shop, Dollar General,
Domino's Pizza, Dupont.
Family Dollar, Florida Twin
Theater, Roberts Insurance,


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Keystone Barber Shop,
Keystone Flooring, Keystone
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Dollarama, Mommy and Me,
Mosley Tire, Movie Gallery,
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Discount, SMI Joist, Smith and
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and Country Club, T&J Nails,
Terri's Huntin' and Fishin',


The Locker Room, Triple S
Plumbing.
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Jewelry. Winn-Dixie, Wise%
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Terry Gaines, Lawrence5
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Bonnie's Memorials.
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James Croft (r) recently interviewed Dr. Haroid Hudson for a podcast.


ames Croft launc.:es odcast ministry


James Croft, 3'10"' tall cv,,n-
gelist, has extended his ministry
into the world of internet pod-
casting by producing monthly
- programs containing ministry
updates, gospel music and
preaching in a convenient 30-
minute format.
The program titled "Walking
with the Giant" is available lor
free download online on several
podcasting websites and was
recently accepted for worldwide
distribution in the popular
iTunes Music Store.
Despite several unexpected
delays, including having to
undergo emergency open-heart
surgery in November. Croft
launched the first installment of
the Podcast ministry this
January. The latest program
features an interview with
Pastor. Harold Hudson and how


he denait v, :th ie traced ol hav-
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introductions and transitions for
the progr\il. \vhic-lh, has a con-
tcni|)mora;'1 upteal tCiTm;'o.
"I love working with James.
his assin !ipr iprctdiig the
gospel is contagious." Ray said.
' 'hecrc is more no'f C"hrist's love
packed ,l ih,.t in i mai n Imian in
some congregations.
For additional information
about thie prolr'm or ,obtaining
a samrpl. cipy .in CD, contact
thie Jame-. r,.'oft Evangelistic
Associaiion by E-mail. tele-
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project mai ag;; .
The grcom-..lect is a
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Building (Construction. He
works for 1 .R. ) lorton
Construicio.n is a :iupP'rvisor.
He is a member of Madison
Street Bapiist,Church.

The wedding is planned for
6:30 p.m: on Saturday, May
20, 200(. at Sea Turtle Inn on
.1.r. 1 .l .; Beach. ;
.Attendance is by invitation
only.


Lindsey Allison McCranie
and Stephen Bradford
Reyes,

-McCranie and

Reyes to wed
Larry and Kathy McCranie
of Kennesaw, Ga. announce
the engagement and upcoming
marriage of their daughter
Lindsey Allison McCranie of
Fleming Island, to Stephen
Bradford Reyes of.Fleming
Island, son of Patty Reyes of
Starke arid Stephen E. Reyes
of Lawtey.
The bride-elect is a graduate
of Georgia Southern
University. She ,works for
Centex Homes as a


As technology advances, the
lames Croft Evangelistic
Association believes we as
Christians must keep up with it,
using the tools God gives us to
spread His Word so that all may
know Him.
The James Croft Evangelistic
Association was established by
Southern Baptist Evangelist
James Croft who began preach-
ing the gospel on Dec. 4, 1994.
Since then he has preached
revivals throughout the South
and. for three consecutive years.
held international' crusades in
Ghana. West Africa.
Croft's size attracts the atten-
, tion of adults, youth and child-
ren. allowing him the opportun-
ity to share the gospel. He even
has a pulpit thatwas made to fit
his size. He jokingly says,
"Have pulpit, will travel."


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wed M'ch 24
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announces the upcoming
marriage of his daughter, April
Renc; a Hlammock of Lake
Buller. to Brian Marvin
Tomlinson, son of Marvin and
Diane Tomlinson of Lake
Butler.-
The bridc- and'groom-elect
arc graduates of Union C(ounty
High School.
The wedding wi!l take place
at 7 p.m. rn Friday, March 24,
2006, at the home of the bride
in Wcllborn.
Family and friends are
invited.


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this spring
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offer two eight-hour quilting
classes this spring. One begins
on Monday. April 10, and a
second quilting class begins on
Tuesday, April 11.
Each class will run for four
weeks and end on Monday,
May 1, and Tuesday, May 2..
Minnie Redding will be the
instructor,
On Tuesday, May 2, the
annual quilting show and
supper will be held.
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Crosby Lake
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group. to
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The Crosby Lake Cemetery
Association will hold a public
meeting on Monday, March
20, 7 p.m., in the Fellowship
Hall of First Baptist Church of
Starke. Those attending should
use the Clark Street entrance.
All interested persons and
those who own plots in the
cemetery are invited.
For information, call
Freeman Register at (352) 468-
2703.

Godwin family
plans reunion
Descendants of' Aunt Mat,
Aunt Francis, Uncle Wiley
Aunt Mag and Aunt Evie
Godwin are planning a family
reunion at Mount Zion (Swift
Creek) Primitive Baptist
Church on C.R. 231 north of
Lake Butler.
The event is planned for
Saturday, March 18, beginning
at 10 a.m. Family and friends
are urged to bring a lunch and
join in.
Paper goods will be
provided.
For information, call (386)
755-5580.


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sets fair dates
T'he Bradford-Union Swine
Association has announced its
Bradford County fair schedule.


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On Monday, March 20, a
swine weigh-in will take place
at I p.m.
On Tuesday, March 21, at 7
p.m., there will be a swine
show.
On Saturday, March 25, the
buyers supper will be held
beginning at 5 p.m. with the
awards ceremony at 6:30 p.m.
and the swine sale at 7 p.m.
For information, call Penny
Hersey at (386) 496-3315.




WORTH NOTING
A meditation and stress control
workshop is held every Thursday at
6:30 p.m. at the Senior Health Care
Center. Call to register (904) 782-
1069.
Need volunteers? The
Bradford/Union Volunteer Center
can help organizations find volun-
teers on the Internet. Fill out a brief
form and your volunteer opportuni-
ties will be posted at no charge at
www.volunteergateway.org. Forms
may be picked up at the Bradford
Executive Center at 113 E. Call
Street in Starke.
The Alachua County
Organization for Rural Needs
(ACORIN) Clinic offers free mam-
mograms andan nual pap smears to
women 50 and older who have little
or no health insurance. Hours:
Mon.-Thurs., 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m.;
Tuesday night clinic, 7-9 p.m.;
Friday, 8:30 -ll a.m. ACORN is
located in Brooker. Call (352) 485-
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Do you have any concerns about
your child's development? Free
information and/or screenings are
available for ages birth to 5 years.
To schedule an appointment, call
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Crawford

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of scholar


finals

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Abigail Crawford, the
daughter of Donnie and Denise
Crawford of Raiford, has been
selected as one of 250 finalists
for the 2005-06 Coca-Cola
Scholars Program.
Crawford, who is a member
of the Bradford County 4-H
program, made it through an
original group of
approximately 50,000


applicants and then was
selected from among 2.100
semifinalists.
Finalists will attend Scholars
Weekend April 6-9 in Atlanta,
and 50 will be chosen as
National Scholars and receive
renewable scholarships of
$5,000 per year for four years.
The remaining 200 students
will receive scholarships.of
$1,000 per year.
Scholarships are awarded
based on character, personal
merit and commitment. Merit
is demonstrated through
leadership in school, civic and
extracurricular activities,


academic achievement and
motivation to serve and
succeed.


Guardian ad

Litem

program

recognized
The Eighth Judicial Circuit
Guardian ad Litem Program
was recently awarded
certification by the National
Court Appointed Special


Advocate (CASA) Association.
This certification recognizes
that the Guardian ad Litem
Program is in compliance with
National CASA's high
standards for quality child
advocacy.
"The National CASA quality
assurance process is very
rigorous and reflects our
commitment to ensure every
child we serve has the most
powerful volunteer advocate
working on their behalf," said
Clarkson Cantrell, director of
the Guardian ad Litem
Program. "This certification
says we have demonstrated a


strong capacity to provide
excellent services to the 950
children we are currently
representing."



Support

group formed

for parents
An open support group
formed for families who have
experienced the loss of a baby
through miscarriage, ectopic
pregnancy, stillbirth, newborn
death or termination due to


fetal abnormality or maternal
complications meets the first
Thursday of each month.

The group will meet again
from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. on
Thursday, April 6. The group
meets at Hospice of North
Central Florida in the North
Building Counseling Room,
4305 N.W. 90th Blvd.,
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dren under 18 This
newspaper will not know-
ingly accept any adver-


READERS BEWARE
You need to investigate any work at home
and Financial offers. Be careful and
investigate all offers before sending your
hard earned dollars to these companies.
The Telegraph' screens these Ads but
cannot always catch them all. If you have
any questions, call 904-964-6305.


T.H.E. Apartments
922 E. Brownlee St. Starke, Florida

Newly Remodeled
2 & 3 Bedrooms Available
Rent is based on Income
Water, Sewer
On-Site Laundry Facility & Play Areas
Office Open: Monday -Friday 8:00 to 4:30 p.m.
Call (904) 964-7133
Voice TY Access 1-800-545-1833, Ext 3.81


tising for real estate
which is in violation of the
law. Our readers are
hereby informed that all
dwellings advertised in
this newspaper are avail-
able on an equal oppor-
tunity basis. To complain
- of discrimination, call
HUD toll- ree at 1-800.
669-9777. ihe toll-free
telephone number or the
hearing impaired is 1-
800927-9275 For lur-
t her information call
Florida Commission on
Human Relations. Lisa
Suthnerland 850-488-
7082 ext 01005
CLASSIFIED ADVERTI19
ING should be submitted
to the Slarke office in
wring & paid in advance
unless credit has already


been established with
this office. A $3.00 SER-
VICE- CHARGE will be
added to all billings to
cover postage & han-
dling. THE CLASSIFIED
STAFF CANNOT BE
HELD RESPONSIBLE
FOR MISTAKES IN
CLASS. I FI ED
ADVERTISING TAKEN
OVER THE PHONE.
Deadline is Tuesday at
12 noon prior to that
Thursday's publication.
Minimum charge is $8.00
for the first 20 words.
then 20 cents per wora
trereafier
41 Auctions
BIG FIELDALICTION April
Itt 10 am Hwy 90 W
c.y Sanderson PO Sell-
ing RV's IruCKs alarm


tractors & equipment,
trailers, stock & en-
closed, furniture & misc
items. To consign call
904-275-2022 or 904-
259-8453. Au # 3386.
42 Motor
Vehicles
REDUCED 88 MAZDA
EXT CAB pickup, 5 spd,
cold ac, but runs great,
$1795. 1995 Mazda
B2300, 5sp, cold'ac,
banged up, runs good
$1795. Also 94 Chevy
Lumina Van, cold ac,
needs transmission
work, runs $555. Call
904-964-4111.
RICKS SALVAGE is down
sizing. My yard is full.,
You wouldn't believe the,
variety. 265 vehicles
(mostly salvage), includ-
ing 100 Lincolns and
Corvettes, restaurant
equipment, stainless
items, electric motors,
building supplies, 10,000
antique telephone insula-
tors, and a world of other
stuff. Owner wheelchair
bound.' Please call
ahead. Starke 904-964-
5184.
1997 F150. 6 cylinder, 5
speed, cold AC,
shortbed, well main-
tained, great condition.
Call 904-796-9019.
1991 MERCURY COU-
GAR looks & runs great,
auto, cold A/C, $1550.
Call 352-473-5745.
1985 FORD F150 long
bed, auto, runs great,
new tires & brakes,.
$1450. Call 352-473-
5745.
WANTED 95 TO 97 CItvy
GMC Blazer any. running
or nolt, have cash Call
904-263-8933 or 904-
964-5405
WANTED CARS AND
trucks running or not
Must be complete $100
ana up Call 904-966-
2995 or 904-964-2432.


S44 Boats &
ATV's
* 2005 350 HONDA
RANCHER, 4 x 4, red,
$4300. More starting at
$2500. Call 904-796-
9019.
2001 19'BAYLINER Cuddy
Cabin, 3.0 Mercruiser w/
75 hrs. Full canvas top,
swim platform w/ladder.
Galvanized trailer. Excel-
lent condition. NADA
ave. retail-$13,550. Price
reduced to $10,300.
Phone 904-964-3645 M-
F after 5pm. All day Sat/
Sun,..
24PT CABIN CRUISER
made by Bayliner, runs
great. sleeps 6, has low
mileage $3000 OBO.
Call 904-553-5838
Land for Sale
2.5 ACRES CLEARED
new culvert, ready:for
your home, great place
for horses, $62,500. Call
904-964-6708 leave
;message.
BEAUTIFULLY WOODED
1 62 acre parcel in Clay
'County,' ready for your
dream home, pond front-,
age and nice oaks for
only $49,500. Call Kenny
Gibbs with Campus Re-
alty at 352-4a4-0012
1 8 ACRES IN ROBINSON
Hgts SuD NW of HWY
16 & CR233. $20K, call
904-964-6830. ,,
DWMH ON 2 5 ACRES 4".
well, vinyl siding, new
windows & doors, new
metal roof, front & back
deck, covered carport.
$75K call 904-964-6830
GREEN ACRES SUB divi
sion. Big lot, 100'x 150'
oak trees, high & dry,
cleared, new homes in
area Call 904-966-7754
cell or 904-966-2451
47 Commercial
Property
FOR LEASE OR sale Ideal
location 2 parcels 2800


SQFT building with of-
fice, barn, mini storage,
5 acres, off of South 301.
Also 8 acres, partially
cleared. Both lots 3/10th
of a mile from new
Walmart. Call 904-964-
3827 for more informa-
tion.
COMMERCIAL/ RETAIL
space by Starke Post
Office for rent or lease.
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.
1 PROFESSIONAL OF-
FICE space adjacent to
the court house, $30012'
- xi13'6"..Call 904-964,
4111.
48 Homes for
Sale
OWNER FINANCING
Brand new construction.
sale built home, 3BR'
2BA, large wooded 2'3
acre lot, Keystone
Heights area, $1995
down. Call 352-692-
4343. www,new
house411.com.
WE BUY JUNKY
HOUSES nice ones too.
Can close in under 72
hours. 352-258-0865 or,
webuyjunkyhouses.com.
ALMOST AN ACRE comes
with this nice 2BR/1BA
concrete block home on
. Halfmoon lake ready to
move in. Laminate and
tile floors throughout. A
steal at only $115,000.
Call Kenny Gibbs with
Campus Realty at 352-
494-0012.
2003 HOUSE on large lot
nexl 10to park in Starke
1299 sq ft, large tront
porcn, tile floors Call
Laura Thompson at John
Norr.s Realty 9Q4.864-
6948


NEAR GOLF & Country
Club for sale. 2.85 acres
& old farm house, off NE
17th Ave, asking
$165,000, Call 352-373-
1761.
18+ ACRES Hay pasture
3BR/2BA Cedar Home;
Will consider selling 5 or
10 acres and home. Call
352-473-2739.
5.37 TIMBERED ACRES
Fronting US 301 S of
Waldo. $110,000 firm.
Will hold mortgage. Call
352-473-2739.
3BR/2BA HOME IN'
BROOKER ready to
move into. Tile kitchen,.
vaulted ceiling, privacy
fence, 1 car garage.plus *
a carport, much, more.
Call 352-485-2814.
LAKE JEWEL Interlachen,
clear lake, .swim, sail.
4BR/2BA, $263,000. Call
386-684-6280 or 904-
B12-6574 or visit http://
home.se.rr.com
49 Mobile
Homes for Sale
HILLIARD' NEVW JcODsen .
32-x48 3BR'2BA setup
on 2 acres wain %.ell. sep-.
tic & power pole in-
cluded, $734 per month.
Call 904-548-1480.
8 BRAND NEW HOMES
just bought out Double J
Mobile Home dealership
on US 17 just south of
AIA. We are selling out
all existing inventory at .


Home

.FrSae


Relt,


huge discounts! Call
904-548-1480 or come
by 850712 HWY 17 in
Yulee.
1996 DWMH Homes of
Merrit. 3BR/2BA 24 X 52,
'DW, washer & dryer,
front porch & A/C. Very
clean, must move,
$27,500 OBO. Call 352-
494-0124 or ,.904-964-
5116.
FT SALES PERSON
needed. Apply in person
at Sunshine Home Cen-
ter, HWY 301 North in
Starke.
CLEAN 3BR/2BA MH on
well landscaped lot In Big
Tree Lake Estates. Only
$89,900, a must see to
appreciate. This one Is
really worth It. Call Kenny
.Gibbs with Campus Re-
alty at 352-494-0012.
TAKE OVER PAYMENTS
or buy 2001 SWM.H.
3BR/2BA on 2 acres, in
Lawtey Florida, secluded
loi Call 904 753-1912.
DRIVERS NEW SKEXS
tnme.Work wnen you
Swant 7on 7 off. or 10 on
5 of 904-753-1912 call
for opponrunities.
2001 32 x 60 3BR,2BA on
1 acre. on CR 325. com-
pletely remodeled, front
& back porch, land
scape. ceiling fans. new


carpet, $109,500: Cali
352-468-3221.
1999 16 x 80 3BR/2BA on
1.5 acres, in Keystone
Heights, wooded tot,
fenced yard. deck. stove
refrigerator, $53.500
Call 352-468-3221
50 For Rent
NEWLY REMODELED up-
stars apartment in down-
town Starke, 2/BR, CH/
A $450 month, 1st lasl.
and security deposit Call
Joan at 904-964-4303
RENT-TO-OWN Brand
new construction, site
built home. 3BR/2BA,
large wooded 2/3 acre
lot. Keystone Heights
area. .$1995 aown Call
3 5 2.-.6 9,2 4 3 4 3..
www.newhouse411 .com.
WATERFRONT, BRAND
NEW, 3BR/2BA 2150 sq
ft, site built home, on 2/3
acre with paved roads,
$154,900. Call 352-692-
4343. Information avail-
aole at www.newhouse
411.cor
FURNISHED ROOMS
FOR RENT COM-,
PLETE with CHIA cqble
provided, all utilllties paid
Central location 10%.
discount on first months
rent for senior citizens
Rooms with private bath,
$105 $115. /wk. Room


Driver Dedicated Channel


Avg. $818 $1018/wk



65% preloaded/pretarped'
Jacksonville, FL Terminal
CDL-A req'd 877-428-5627
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Classified Ads


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Wher one call//
doesit all!
964-6305 *473-2216 4* 221 M


without bath, $90. Laun-
dry facilities available.
Close to churches,
stores, downtown shop-
ping, theatre, and more!
See Manager at the
Magnolia Hotel, across
from the Starke Post Of-
fice. 904-964-4303.
WE HAVE 2 OR 3 bedroom
MH, clean, close to
prison. Call 352-468-
1323.
SOUTHERN VILLAS OF
Stark Apts. Looking for
applicants. 1& 2 BR HC
& non HC apartments.
Central ac/heat, on site
laundry, playground, pri-
vate and quiet atmo-
sphere. Located on
SR16, 1001 Southern
Villas Drive, Starke, Fl or
call 904-964-7295, TDD/
TTY 711. Equal Housing
Opportunity.
FOR RENT- 2 & 3BR
homes, newly renovated.
Deposit required. Call
386-496-3067, 678-438-
6828 or 678-438-2865,
for more information.
FOR RENT; 14x70 mobile
home, 2BR/2BA, A/C,
heat, $550 per month. A
security deposit plus first
and last-monriths rent is
re' i t tdtl';9) 4-964-
8481 r'8 52-745-1189.
2BR/IBAkFOR RENT, CH/
A, $550 Pe'r-molth, good
condltlidn .fts, first &
lasi t lease.
Ca0 '64-'4,41.
FOR -RENV-'OFFIC E
space b'by bst office,
doWfitoW/hn bbd loca-
tidonr',,$"4.p IRmonth.
Cail91, 64-6305.
KEYSTfNl-S LIGHTS
SWMR^Hv' i6f.^R/2BA
exfbellerifdoAifibh, CH/
A, 41 Aviable after
Match :16, 2006. 3BR/
2BA :SWMH-SH/A, very
clean, .$50'per month,
rentals1 require -security
deposit' ftilits & must
have gooetimal ri.ic.ry.
,." -, .,-.!


Lake Geneva MH Park
ON SR 100. Under new
ownership! Call Rick
352-473-3569.
ON LAKE GENEVA, re-
modeled 2BR/1BA ce-
ramic tile & carpet
throughout, dock privi-
leges, no pets, $600 per
month, plus $600 de-
posit. Call 352-473-2919.
2 STORY, 1BR/1BA, cot-
tage, No pets. 1st, last,
lease, deposit. $300
month. Call 904-964-
3579.
BLOCK HOUSE in the
country off CR 225.
Small 2BR/1BA, CH/A,
$500 per month. Call
904-964-3604.
2BR/1BA CH/A, $450 per
month, no pets, first &
.;: last, plus deposit. Call
,'904-964-8218. Lease
and reference required.
Starke area.
MOBILE HOME FOR rent
in Raiford, DW 3BR/
1.5BA, nice location
$500 per month, first &
last. Call 386-431-1898.
FOR RENT DOWNTOWN
Business & Professional
office store. This 1500 sq
ft building has offices &
reception area, new car-
pet and paint. Monthly
rent w/option to lease
long term. $500 per
month, or long term
lease discount. Call Vir-
ginia at 904-964-6305.
LAKE GENEVA 2BR/1 BA,
MH, lake front, $500 per
month, with $200 secu-
rity deposit, garbage in-
cluded. Call 352-478-
2697.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
3BR/2BA 430 Nightin-
gale. $750 per month,
close to elementary
school, no pets, $775
deposit. Call 352-473-
8055.
TWO 1 1/2 MOBILE
homes on Little Lake
Geneva Road. $475


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ROOMS

FOR RENT
Economy Inn
Lawtey. FL
Daily $35 & up
Wkly $189&up
a Daily Rm Sprvce,
Microwave Cable
Refrigerator Local Phone
(904) 782-3332


-Prieaure washing
Painting
Carpentry
Home Repairs
Tree Trimming
[ Local References I
Call John
352-473-2344


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


monthly, $475 security.
No pets. Call 3W2-475-
2830.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
4BR/1BA MH, large
screen porch, new car-
pet, CH/A, $550 per
month plus deposit. Call
352-473-1386.
2BR/1BA SWMH near
Hampton cut off on 301
S. $450 per month plus
last month. Call 386-
562-3408.
51 Lost &
Found
LOST CHINESE PUG
cream colored, weighs
20 Ibs. Name is Bowden.
Children miss him a lot.
Reward if found, please
call us at 904-964-7298,
Last seen on 3/12/2006,
1.5 miles west of SR16
on HWY 225.
52 Animals &
Pets
FREE DOGS FOR ADOP-
TION OR FOSTERING
(M) shepard mixs 9 mo.
already neutered. (F)-
Shepard mix 1.5yrs. 4
American bulldog bridle
puppies, 8 weeks old
ready to go home.(M)
Cocker mix, yellow lyr.
(M) Chow mix 4 months,
yellow. (M) Border Col-
lie Chow mix 4 mo. (F)
American pit mix white,
2yrs. (M) Jack Russel
15. yrs old..Chow mix 6
mo. Boxer Hound mix
(F) 2yrs. Male many
more available. All need
a loving home, must get
shots and fixed. Call
Tammy at 352-258-6582
or Cristy at 904-334-
7319 or Bradford County
Paws 904-964-9200.
GOLDEN RETRIVER pup-
pies, $275 each. Call
352-258-3040.
GOLDEN RETRIEVER
free to good home. 2
years old. Good with
children. I just don't have
the time to take care of
her. Call 386-431-1741,
leave message.
ST BERNARD puppies for.
sale. AKC, pure beod.
$500 each, parents on
premises Call 352-258-
5'98 or 352-478-2233


FREE PUPPIES Lab/
Chow. 8 weeks old.
Ready now. Call 904-
964-3571.
53 A Starke
Yard Sales
SAT & SUN 8am to 3pm,
1166 NE CR 125,
Lawtey, follow signs.
Baby and toddler clothes
& toys, Christmas decor,
kitchen table, house de-
cor & much, much more.
5 FAMILY YARD SALE at
Nettles place, Sat 8am
to 1pm, 9416 SR100 W,
on left, 5 mile from red
light at 301 & 100. Baby
clothes, household
items, purses, to much
to list.
GARAGE SALE Sat, 9am
to ? 6979 NW CR 233.
Clothes, dishes, toys,
fishing poles & lots of
stuff.
FIRST TIME MULTI family
yard sale. Sat 8am to
3pm. Huge varieties of
items. Take SR 100 east,
then 2.5 miles north on
CR 315.
53 B Keystone
Yard Sales
MULTI YARD SALE, Fri 3/
17 8am to 4pm, Sat
8am to noon. 280 Berea
Ave, Keystone Heights.
53'C Lake
Butler Yard
Sales
MULTI FAMILY yard sale
Latties Garage, 3/4
miles west of Lake But-
ler, on SR 100. March

American
Dream
ofNortheast FloriMda.Inc
1REALTORS
RENTALS
2/1 House
$575 mth
2/1 Dplx $400 mth
2/t1:Dplx, Wash/Dry
Hookup $550 mth
(904) 964-5424


24,25,31 & April 1st. Fur-
niture, children clothes,
household items.
55 Wanted
SMALL HORSE'OR stock
trailer. Must be in good
condition, and reason-
able in price. Call 904-
305-4405 am, or leave
message.
57 For Sale
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-KING SIZE Pillowtop
mattress and boxspring
with manufactures war-
ranty. Brand new still in
plastic. Can deliver, Sell
for $170. Call 352-372-
7490.
BEDROOM SET 7 piece
Gorgeous cherry queen/
king bed, dresser, mirror,
2 nightstands, chest
available, dovetail con-
struction. New still in
boxes. Retail $5200,
sacrifice for $1100. 352-
377-9846.
DINING ROOM SUITE-
beautiful cherry table, 6
chippendale chairs and
lighted hutch and buffet.
Brand new still boxed.
Can deliver. Retail
$5800, sacrifice $1100.
352-377-9846.
AIR CONDITIONER
UNITS 2 large window
units, 1 cools, 1 heats
and cools, wall mount
gas heater. Call 904-


43,Yeas Pove


C iampion
Wohl i Ipsta Htttrui'ldrr'


LAND/HOME .PKGS. in Alachua, Bradford,
'.'urrbil. ,iI:hrrns. Levy, Dixie, Marion, Putnam
and Uniw.=tonties. As low as $389/month.-Call
Gene, I f Roy. (352) 372-4663. Westgate
MobileHomeeSales.

Wetgate Home Center
44" I N\'k I ibh St. Gainesville. FL
352-372-HOME (4663)


282-1549.
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.
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.


BED-QUEEN orthopedic
Pillowtop mattress and
box. Name brand, new in
plastic, with warranty.
Can deliver. Sacrifice
$100. Call 352-372-
8588.
12 STEEL I BEAMS 31'-
50" plus 4, 25'; 6" x 6" x
27' light poles. Make of-
fer. Ricks Salvage call
904-964-5184.
HEAVY DUTY equipment
trailer, 18ft, dove tail;
triple axle, diamond
plate bed, ball hitch
$1999. 'Call 904-964-
4005.
1998 FORKLIFT 55001bs
capacity, variable reach
(21ft to 35ft) 4 wheel


drive, 4 wheel steering,
foam filled tires, diesel
engine, machine leveling
system. 48 inch forks,
great condition, ex-
tended warranty, mainte.
nance records, $28.500.
Call Bill at 352-281-
4077.
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adjustable bed. $800
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8740.
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row floor. Redneck
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10' BOA!i "ID TRAILER,
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gym used very little,
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0262.
2003 CAR HAULER
S4500. Haulmark, 20' x
8' interior, E-Z lube
axels, 4 WHL brakes,
Interior lights & tie down,
full rear ramp & 36" side
door. New condition, low
mileage Sampson City
907-368 8148.
59 Personal
Services
CLARK FOUNDATION
REPAIRS. INC'. Cor-
rection of termite & wa-
ter-damaged wood &
sills. Leveling & raising
Houses/Bldgs. Pier Re-
placement & alignment.
Free Estimates: Danny
(Buddy) Clark, (904)-
284-2333 or 1-800-288-
0633.
CHAIN LINK FENCE -
Free estimates. Handy-
man Fence Co., owner
Tommy Reddish, 904-
964-8559.
PRESSURE WASHING,
CLC home exterior
cleaning. Roofs, siding,
decks, driveways, side-
walks. Free estimates,
call Curtis, 904-964-
4940.
FLORIDA.CREDIT UNION
has money to lend for
M.H. & land packages.
1-800-284-1144.
BABYSITTING in my
home. 9 years exp. Call
904-364-6731 or 904-,
964-5294.
GARAGE DOORS & Door
openers'installed & re-
paired, Lic. Ins. 30 years
exp. Call Achey Doors
for all your garage door
heeds 352-473-6611.
.APPLIANCES IN-
. STALLED iange.
microhoods, ,:''-, i'.:.
wall ovens, etc. 30 yrs,
exp. LicE Ins. Call 352-
473-6611. -
MILLERS TREE S:ER-
VICE; -ee m-lirnales li-.
censed arid insured, 20
years experience. Call
904-796-9019.. : .
SAFE &' 'LOVING
CHILDCARE in my
home, CDA certified &
references available.
Call Tiffany-at 904-964-
5423 or 904-742-3321.
THANK YOU St. Jude for
prayers answered. 0
Holy St. Jude apostle &
martyr great in virtue &
rich miracle near kins-
s mal' of Jesus Christ.
Fi-l-.i _l-. ca.,. ian
%h.:, irnt ,', : ,,,our Sf -al
pa ir n.rng,. 11,' lime )f
need.;To you I have.re-
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tuition. In return I promise
to make your name
known & cause it to be
invoked. Say 3 Our Fa-
thers. 3 Hail Marys &
Glories. Publication
must be promised. St.
Jude pray for us all who
invoke you. Name
AMEN D.M.B.
64 Business
Opportunities
DIABETIC BREAK-
THROUGH. Millions are
being helped. Millions to
be made. Call 407-332-
4422 or visit the web site
at www.sportron.biz/
care
65 Help
Wanted
RN for dialysis unit, FT 30
to 40 hours, exp. pre-
ferred, on the job train-
ing provided. We offer an
excellent benefit pack-
age including paid time
off, health and dental in-
surance and 401K. Ap-
ply at Starke Dialysis
Center, 444 West Madi-
son ST. 904-964-8822
HELP WANTED- Con-
struction Contractor and
sub-contractors several
openings in various ar-
eas of building (framing,
finish, roofing, concrete/
block, plumbing, electri-
cal & siding) must have
experience in one or
more of construction
phases, own tools and
transportation. Call 352-
258-0865.
AVON REPS needed in all
areas. Start up and earn
50%, total investment
$10.-Start today, local
training. Call Sherry at
904-964-8851.
DISCOVER HOW ANY-
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even $100 or more in as
little as 2-3 minutes per
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SHOP HELP NEEDED, fi-
berglass manufacturing
and trimming will train.
Full time 40 hour week.
Apply in person at U S
Body Source, 1.5 miles
South of Hampton on
CR 325.
CARE GIVER 2 years
experience working with
elderly or disabled cli-
ents. 2 or 3 days per
week. Su-EI's Retire-
ment Home, Hampton.
Phone 352-468-2619.
NURSERY HELP
NEEDED, weed pulling,
fertilizing ect. Full time
40 hour week. Apply in
person at U S Body
Source, 1.5 miles South
of Hampton on CR 325.
C O M P A N Y
SPECIALIZING in Ero-
sion control now hiring
the following positions:
Crew leaders, equip-
ment operators, labor-
ers, ClassA CDL drivers,
mechanics- valid Drivers
license a Must! Fax re-
sume to 904-275-3292
or cal 904-275-4960,
CONSTRUCTION WORK-
ERS, helper positions
available, very little ex-
perience needed, full
time and part time avail-
able, some benefits. Ap-
ply in person at Autho-


rized Construction Ser-
vices, 7200 SE US
HWY 301, Hawthorne
352-481-0008.
PROFESSIONAL DRIV-
ERS home everynight!
Full benefits package.
Dry bulk and flat bed
positions at Newberry
terminal. Commercial
Carriers Corp. Call 866-
300-8759.
RARE OPPORTUNITY,
$3,000 signing bonus for
the right technical. Busi-
ness booming. Call 352-
473-4062 ask for Scott.
LUBE TECHNICIAN, no
experience necessary.
Will train to ASE-LI cer-
tified technician. Drug
free workplace. Call 352-
473-4062 ask for Scott.
THE BRADFORD
COUNTY Clerks office is
seeking a full time clerk.
Court related experience
a plus. Applicants must-
type 35 correct words
per minute. The typing
test will be administered
by the Bradford Career
Center at 609 N. Orange
Street, Starke. Applica-
tions may be obtained at
the Office of the Clerk,
Bradford County Court-
house, 945 N. Temple
Ave, Starke, Florida. Ap-
plications and typing test
results must be returned


to the office of the Clerk
by 3:00pm, March 22,
2006.
WELDERS/FABRICATOR
needed, Mig & Tig alu-
minum, stainless & steel.
No stick exp. needed.
Drivers license and own
transportation required.
Call for interview 352-
473-7018.
UN D E R'COVER
ACTIVEST wanted. Call
904-753-1912.
EQUIPMENT OPERA-
TOR, Bradford County is
currently accepting ap-
plications for one (1)
OPS positions for equip-
ment operators for oper-
ating heavy equipment,
and other duties that
may be assigned from
time to time. All appli-
cants must have a valid
Florida Drivers License,
CDL (Class B) preferred.
Salary will be based on
the applicants qualifica-
tions. Applications may
be turned in or mailed to
the Bradford County
Road Department at 812
B N Grand Street,
Starke, Fl 32091. The
deadline for accepting
applications is 4:00 pm,


Thursday, November 10,
2005. Application forms
may be picked up at the
Road department. Equal
Opportunity Employer.
CLERICAL POSITION:
Bradford County Clerk's ...
Office. Permanent, full-
time position with ben-
efits and retirement.
Court-related experi-
ence a plus. Minimum
Requirements: HSIGED
Diploma, professional
appearance, computer
experience, good verbal
and written communipa-
tion skills. Must pass .
typing test with 42cwpm..
Apply through Jobs and
Benefits Center in
Starke, (904) 964-8092.
Closing Date: Wednes-
day, March 22nd '
MAINTENANCE POSI-,
TION available in Starke
FL, at T.H.E. Apts. Must..
have own tools and reli-
able transportation.
Hands-on maintenance
experience and basic
plumbing and electrical.
We do Back ground
checks on all applicants.
For more information call


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prcrTc'rms relaiea A,:r as
required May oc re-
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NEED SOMEONE with
exp. in laying block for
skirting around house,
plus exp. in house
plumbing. Flexible
schedule and good pay
for the right individual.
Call 904-964-8875.
TEACHER with CDA
needed for Pre K class.
Also teachers aid
need. Call 904-966-
0505.
DRIVERS GOTTAto move
on? Hogan Van offers
98% no touch freight.
Home most weekends.
Super benefit package,
Start up to $.37 with a
$2500 sign on bonus.
EOE, Class A 800-444-
6042.
DRIVERS YOU DE-
SERVE the best, you
should be at Eagle!
Eagle.,jiransport, one of
Sthe. nations most pro-
gressi.,e petroleum
irar sp rn Carriers offe .
escelienr p.a i Av.g i$Ok
o* vrl w nr, annui ra,:e'
g'ealDerellis hcih.3a, &
s c. pa, night n-,er.
I. .t.free urnic'im5 &
oo0015s plus oulSlanding
nome iin-re work 6 oh 62
days means scheduled
weekends, off!) Paid
training. Units are
parked in Gainesville
area. Class ACDI-X end.
+ tanker + 2 yrs. TT exp.
.: Clean.MVR. Call 800-
776-9454, www.eagle
transportcorp.com.
WANTED CERTIFIED
Teacher. Industrial Com-,
plex o1 Raiioro 'Apply
386-431-1898
CtJA WiLLING TO care for
,elderly, afternoons &
weekends. Good refer-
ences, dependable. Call
386-202-1034.
RETAIL SALES/CASHIER
position available, 40 hr
min per week. Apply at
Gaior II Fhrm Supply.
Souln of Siarmie on Hwy
301 -S Diploma re-
quired.'
DISABLED LADY needs
assistance, about 3
hours a day, Monday.
thru Friday, drive to jax.
to see dr, house clean-
ing. light sncpping.'Call
904-368.0680
KNOWLEDGEABLE
horse person wanted for
chores in exchange for


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Manager Trainees
Sales Associates

We Offer Vacation Pay,
W.eekl Pay, Immediate Benefits.
Management Benefits Include
SQuarterly Bonus Program.
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PAW. W' RE'AN EQUAL, OPPORTUNITY
EMPLOYER AND A DRUG FREE WORKPLACE.
WE OFFER' 4Q1K, HEALTH INSURANCE, PAID
HOLIDAYS ANb VACATION.
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Town and Country Ford Mercury is
looking for a Sales Person to join our
team. Must be Self Motivated, a People
Person and want to make $$$$$.
Benefits, Agressive Pay Plan and
Awesome Training included.
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free apartment. Must be
dependable hard'work-
ing, honest, & love
horses. Call 904-364-
8526.
NEED FT & PT persons.
Home repair and paint-
ers. Immediate open-
ings, call now. 904-966-
2024, Bradford Home
repair.
CAREGIVER for elderly
lady. 8:45am to 4:45pm.
Good pay for right per-
son. Call 352-473-7393,
Patricia.
NOW HIRING EXPERI-
ENCED siding installers.
Must have own tools.
Competitive wages and
benefits, including life,
vision, dental insurance,
401K and vacation. Call
352-473-8411 for more
information.
CREW HIRING DAY
March 28, 9am to 7pm.
McDonalds of Alachua.
'On the spot interviews,
come join ourteam. Pre-
mium rate, flexible hours.
PART ITI.E CARRIER'to
deliver the-FL Times
Union, newspaper. Fri,
Sat, & Sun in Starke.
Please call 904-964-
6592.
FT EXPERIENCED inte-
rior & exterior painter
wanted. No phone calls.
Apply in person at the
Park of the Palms, 706
Palms Circle, Keystone
FL.
2 EXP FT CAREGIVERS.
6:30am to 2:30pm. In-
cludes every other
weekend. No phone
Scans Apply in person at
irme lP of the Palms,
706,palnms Circle, Key-
stdFneFL:,' :.
2 EXP PT CARE GIVERS
3p, to 11pm, includes
every other weekend.
No phone calls. Apply in
Person at the Park of the
Palms, 70,6 Palms
Ccidle Key loe IFL r
ONE EXP PT
CAREGIVER 11pm to
7am. Every weekend
plus 2 week' nights. No
phone calls. Apply in per-
son at the Park of the
Palms, 706 Palms
-Circle Keystone FL .
DRIVERS WANTED Refer
exp. Home everyother
S-eee3end Topg pay Cai
352-473-?999


HOME SUPPORT STAFF-
to work with develop-
mentally disabled indi-
viduals in group homes
in Starke. Requires High
School Diploma or GED
& Valid FL Drivers Lic. w/
good driving record. $7
per hour plus benefits.
EOE call 904-964-1468
or 904-964-8082
HELPERS NEEDED to
train for new job open-
ings. Paid training and
job placement. High
school diploma or
equivalency graduate.
Possible $3500 bonus.
Call 800-342-8123 or
800-843-2189.
NOW HIRING FOR follow-
ing positions at Lazenby
Equipment. Sales posi-
tion, general labor, and
mechanic. Will train.
Call 904-964-4238,
Monday thru Friday 9am
to 5pm.


HEAVY EQUIPMENT op-
erator needed for local
Utility/Sitework contrac-
tor. Experienced only
need apply. Call 904-
964-2019.
CONCRETE LABORERS
with 1 yr experience,
Valid drivers license a
must. DFWP with ben-
efits. Apply within
Andrews Paving, Inc.
Call 386-462-1115
L O A D E R /
MOTORGRADER op-
erators needed. Experi-
ence preferred. Valid
Drivers License a must.
Drug-free workplace
with benefits. Apply
within Andrews Paving,
Inc. 386-462-1115.
BOOKKEEPING ASSIS-
TANT for construction
office. Immediate open-
ing. Quickbooks experi-
ence required with good
working knowlegde of


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Andrews Paving, Inc.
386-462-4681.
HEAVY EQUIPMENT OP-
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TRACK/FIELDI

Spiller wins

2 events for

Union Co.
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
C.J. Spiller won two events
and Francis Highland was
runner-up in two for the Union
County boys track and field
team at the Oak Hall
Invitational March 14.
Spiller won both the 100m
(10.74) and 200m (22.10) for
the Tigers, who placed seventh
in the team standings.
Highland was second in the
shot put (51'2.5") and discus
(134'11").
Brandon Shoup earned third
in the 800m (2:09.12), while
the 4xl00m relay team of
Shoup, Mathis Jackson,
Rodencia Austin and Spiller
was fifth with a time of 44.09
seconds.
Austin also competed in the
100m (11.85) and the long
jump (19'2.5").
Amika Davis was the high
finisher for the girls team,
placing third, in the triple jump
with a distance of 33 feet.
Davis was also seventh in
the 200m (27.70), while Kerrie
Lynch was 10th in the 800m
(2:45.33). '
Also, Davis competed in the
400m (1:08.68) and Lynch in
the 1600m (6:13.66).
Ashlev Foster competed in
the 100m (13.55) and the
200m (28 87).-

Earlier results:

Spiller takes 2 wins
at Santa Fe meet
It %as Spiller and Highland
again leading the boys team at
the Santa Fe High School
Raiders In itational March II1.
Spiller won the 100m
S10.75) and the 200m (22.21),
%while Highland was second in
the shot put (50') and discus
(130").
Shoup was fourth in the
800m (2:08.57).
Austin competed in the
100m ( I1.93).
Davis won the triple jump
.,for the girls team w ith a
,.distance. of 33:5".,
Da\is was also si\th in the
200m (28.03) and ninth in the
400m (1:07.7-41..


Lynch was 101h in the 800m"
(2:54.62) and also competed in
the 1600m (6:33.39).
Foster competed in the
100m (13.51) and the 200m
(29.08), while Shaniecie
Huggins competed in the 200m
(29.98) and the long jump
(1l'0.5").
Michelle Hunter competed
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The boys 4xlOOm relay
for B HS team finished second and
Harris earned a third-place
BT YgLI FF T EM Y finish at the Santa Fe High
BY CLIFF SMELLEY School Raiders Invitational
Telegraph Staff Writer March 11.
Rob Harris, Chuckie The relay team of Petteway,
Covington and Jennifer Smyth Hankerson, -Harris "and
each earned two top-10 Covington had a time of 43.48
finishes as the Bradford High seconds..
School track and field teams Harris was third in the o00m
competed at the Oak Hall with a time of 11.20 seconds.
Invitational on March 14. Covington was seventh (11.36)
Harris placed sixth and and Petteway. was : ninth
eighth, respectively, for the (11.54).
boys team in the- 100m and In the, 200m, Harris was
200m with times of 11.34 seventh (23.43) and Petteway
seconds and 23.42 seconds. was ninth (23.56).
Covington was seventh in the Hankerson earned: fourth '4n
100m with a time of 11.36 the 400m with a time of .56
seconds and ninth in the 200m seconds, while Malcolm
with a time of 23.44 seconds. Moore set a personal record in
The boys 4x100m relay the 800m with a time of 2:10,
team was third with a time of which was good for seventh
43.4 seconds. The team was place.' '
comprised of J.R. Petteway, Martella Moore was 10'" in
Jimmy Hankerson, Harris and the 800m with a time of 2:17.
Covington. Chris Underhill set a PR in
Jimmy Hankersonl earned a the 1600m by placing 10"' with
fifth-place finish in the 400m a time of 5:18.34. He was also
with a time of 54.15 seconds. 12.t in the 3200m with a time
For the girls team, Smyth of 11:52.25. e a
placed third in the 400m with a Tony Crum set a PR:,
time of 1:02.85 and eighth in shot put (30'4.5"), as did .fii
the 200m with a time of 27.73 Simmons (24'8"). .. Bryan
seconds. Adams also competed,.
The girls 4xl00m relay team finishing with a distance.of.'
placed sixth with a time of 27'3".
53.64 seconds. The team was Crum and Simmons had PRs
comprised of Eboney Smith, in the discus with distances of
Smyth, ILatayvia Henderson 92'6.5" and 75'1". Adams had.
and Destiny Bass. a distance of 80'.
Also. Smith was 15"' in the For the girls team, Smyth
100m (13 95), while Bass was placed third in the 100m with a
14'" in the 200m (29.40) and time of 13.22 seconds and
16"1 in the 100m (13.99). third in the 200m with a time
The girls team finished ninth of 27.63 seconds.
in the team standings, while Also competing in the 100m
the boys were I I". were Bass (13.66, 12 h) and
Some of Bradford's athletes Smith (14.15, 17~1). Those two
will participate in the Bob also placed ninth and 13',
Haves Invitational Saturday, respectively, in the 200m with
March 18. while the remaining times of 28.64 and 29.21
team members will compete at seconds.
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School, while everyone else
will compete at Ridgeview
High School.
The annual Bedford High
School Invitagional is Friday,
March 31. Coach 'John-Loper
encourages people to show up
and support the track and field
teams, either through
attendance or by volunteering
to help out.

Earlier results:


1600m-Tracy Ledger 7:31.46
(PR), Shruti Desai 8:00.06
(PR); 4xl00m relay-Smith,
Smyth, Henderson, Bass
52.93; 4x800m
relay-Villamil, Steffan,
Ledger, Cragg 13:35; shot
put-Danielle Dent 24'1.5",
Henderson 21'10";
discus-Dent 71 '9.5".


KHHS girls

.capture

several top-

5 finishes
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Rachel Crane won one event
and the Keystone Heights girls
track and field earned fifth
:place or better in five other
events at the Clay County
Meet, held at Middleburg High
School March 13.
Crane cleared 4'10" in the
high jump to win that event,
while Lauren Stobbie earned
third place in the shot put with
a distance of 25'9".
The remainder of the official
results were not available, but
Keystone's 4x800m relay team
of Raquel Doty, Liz Wheeler,
Megan Moulton and Chloe
Head placed fourth, while
Wheeler was fifth in the 800m,
Julie Rund fifth in the 1600m
and Rachel Lingerfelt fifth in
the shot put.
Keystone placed fifth in the
team standings with 34 points.


SOFTBALL

KHHS

defeats

BHS 8-0
BY CLIFF SMELLEY.
Telegraph Staff Writer
Dani Suit homered and
pitchers MaryAnne McCall
and Kasey Fagan allowed just
four hits as the Keystone
Heights softball team defeated
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Suit turned'a 3-0 lead into 5-
0 when she hit a two-run
homer in the bottom of the
fourth. Ashley Altman *and'
Kerrie Broadway also each had
an RBI single as the"Indians
capped the scoring in that
inning.
Walks hurt Bradford in the
second inning when Keystone
scored two runs. A' Bradford
error allowed Altman to score
a run for the Indians in the
third.
McCall pitched 'the first four
innings, giving up t'wo hits and
striking out eight. -
She then gave way to Fagan,
who gave up two hits and
struck out two.
Keystone, meanwhile, got -.
10 hits. off Bradford pitcher .
Kelly Riddick (2-2), who did:
have nine strikeouts,
The Tornadoes did have two
situations in which.they had a
runner on second with one out,
only to. succumb to-strikeouts -
and end the scoring threats.


KH is too

much for

Crescent
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer


in four runs as five Keystone
players had at least two RBI.
Spaulding and Dani Suii
each had a double and Karlylr
Reddish had a triple in.a five
run first inning. Each player
had an RBI. in the inning, as
did Fagan and Tori Jolley.
The Indians pushed five
more runs across in the second
inning, with Fagan, Reddish
and Spaulding each driving in
a run. Fagan's RBI came on a
double and Reddish's on a
triple.: Two runs scored on art
error and a passed ball.
Michelle Houser and.
Spaulding each drove in a runr
in the third inning before:
Fagan launched a two-run:
homer that put the Indians up;
14-0., .
SIn the fourth inning, Jolley,'
Spaulding, Suit, Ashley"
Altman; Kerrie Broadway andi
Kim Russell each had an RBI.
*Fagan finished the game 4-
for-4 at the plate, while|
Reddish and Suit were each 4-i
for,5. Jolley was 3-for-5 and,
Russell was 2-for-4.
Mistakes were the theme of
the second game. of the series
!which saw the Indians win .13-4
0.
Keystone scored 11 runs ind-
the first inning, six of which
camiie as the resuiilt of passed
balls. The Indians also drew.
four .walks in the inning and
four batters were hit by
pitches.'"
The last two runs came in
the third inning when
Broadway scored on a passed
ball and Becca Heavrin scored
on a single by Sam Sibley.
/ MaryAnne McCall pitched
the first inning, striking out
three batters, before, 'giving
way to Suit, who pitched for
the first time in high school.
She had four strikeouts.
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in District 7-3A,.
overwhelming visiting
Crescent City by a combined
score of 33-0 in a
doubleheader played March'7.
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March ,,.... jo TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR--C-SECTION Page 11C


Using"the end of his trowel to hold the brick in
place, Tylome Lee measures to see if his
masonry showcase project is the right height.


VoTech hosts.

masonry competition

BY LINDSEY KIRKLAND
TelegraphStaff Writer students were allowed to
Sixteen'students competed practice the design with their.
Friday, March 3, at the 2nd instructors prior to the
Annual Northeast Florida competition.
High School/Vo-Tech On the day of the masonry
Masonry Showcase. showcase, 30 minutes were
Bradford-Union Area Vq- allotted for the written exam,
Tech hosted and sponsored the which would be used in case of
event where four teams. each a tiebreaker in the performance
with four members, took ,testing.
written and performance All schools were allotted 90
exams to demonstrate masonr) minutes- to complete their--
skills they learned in class.: masonry performance project,
The local team was and industry professionals
comprised of four members:. were on hand to judge the
Andrew Jackson, Jennifer competition.
Pilgrim, Codey Rogers and Projects were assessed based
T)rome Lee. on height, levelness. plumb,
While these students did not neatness, correct design,
win the showcase, instructor square and range, use of tools,
Michael Beville said they put a full and uniform joints,
lI.ff t'ffnb ^1ar rta rr.-.ptticl itcn' ant.l..afetly. The
man) students, could become a team s ctimulative score
career. determined the winner, with
"It's a craft. It's an art. It's the lowest score being
a future," he said. dropped.
It also gave students a Florida Rock Industries Inc.,
chance to get advice from Jerry Painter, -Winkler's and
professionals on what work the Florida Masonry
would stand up on a job site, Apprentice & :Educational
hesaid. Foundation Inc. sponsored,
Other schools competing judged or supplied materials
were Pedro Menendez High for the competition.
School from St. Augustine, The w inner for northeast
Ridgeview High School from Florida was the Suwannee Vo-
Orange Park and Suwannee- Tech team, including Terrie
Hamilton Area Vo-Tech Kitching. Salkador Mendoza,
Center from Live Oak. Kegan Nettles and Josh Butler,
Instructors of all four teams all under the instruction of
previously met to decide on a Dermin Bass. This school will
project design for the keep the trophy until the
competition. Then, the. showcase next year.


BASEBALL

Tigers rally

to beat BHS

in seventh
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Brett Maddox continued his
hot hitting, then Kyle P'arrish
delivered the game-winning hit
in the bottom of the seventh
inning as the Union County
baseball team defeated visiting
Bradford 7-6 on March 13.
The Tigers (5-2 prior to
March 14), who won their
third straight game, were in
danger of falling behind in the
top of the seventh when
Bradford had runners on first
and third. However, a squeeze
attempt by the Tornadoes (3-6
prior to March' 14) was
unsuccessful and Maddox,
who was pitching in relief of
Zeke 'Scaff, recorded a
strikeout to end the inning.
Maddox, who was 3-for-3,
hit a double to right-center
field in the bottom of the
inning, then moved to third on
a hit by Wade McDowell.
Ryan Liptrap was intentionally
walked before Parrish, with
Bradford's defense playing.,
close in, had an infield hit to
score Maddox.
Parrish finished the game 2-
for-4, as did McDowell.-
Austen Roberts was 2-for-3 as
the Tigers had a total of 13
hits.
Cory Elasik and Cole
Rhoden each had two hits for
Bradford.
The win avenged an earlier
loss to the Tornadoes, but the
two games were similar, with
Bradford rallying in the first
meetingto win.
Union head coach Terry
Stroemer said the two games
reflect the similarity between
the teams, who both consist of
"gutsy" players who never
give up.
"Thai's why we've played
two tight ball games,"
Stroemer said.
Bradford head coach' Will
Hartley has seen his team lose
four in a row, but the
Tornadoes had everyone
healthy and ready to play
against the Tigers.
"WheT afTirlnd ok afi.ien
: bit bettei"for'us," Hartley said.
The Tornadoes fell behind in
the first inning when Maddox


Earlier UCHS results: BHS falls to


hit a two-run home run that
was a "bomb," in the words of
Stroemer.
Bradford rallied in the
second to take a 3-2 lead.
William Estes hit a lead-off
double and Jason Smyth drew
a walk. Elasik and Michael
Tew then hit RBI singles, with
Elasik later scoring on an
error.
A couple of errors by Union
led to another Bradford run in
the third, but the Tigers tied
the game in the fourth. Scaff
hit a single that scored Roberts
and Parrish scored on a
fielder's choice.
The Tigers went up by two
in the fifth when Roberts
delivered a single that scored
Maddox. McDowell, who was
already on base with a single,
also scored on the play when
the Tornadoes committed an
error.
Bradford tied the game at 6-
all in the sixth. Elasik doubled
and scored on an infield hit by
Antwan Brown when the
Tigers committed an error.
Brown later scored on a single
by John Nicula.
Union played District 6-3A
opponent Keystone Heights
March 14 and will host district
opponent Pierson Taylor
Friday, March 17, at 6 p.m.
The Tornadoes played
Diistrit. 3-4A opponent
Suwannee March 14 and will
host Ridgeview Thursday,
March 16,, at 6 p.m.
Qn Tuesday, March 21
Bradford travels to play
Keystone at 7 p.m.


UC 6 Crescent City 0
Maddox drove in three runs
and Darren Hall allowed one
hit in five innings'as the Tigers
improved to 2-0 in District 6-
3A with a 6-0 win over visiting
Crescent City March 10.
Hall (3-0) also allowed just
one walk and struck out nine.
In all, Tiger pitchers allowed
two hits.
Maddox hit two doubles and
finished the game 2-for-3.
Michael Cochran was also
2-for-3, while Tyler Osteen
was 3-for-4 scoring two'runs.
The Tigers opened district
play with an 8-5 win over
Interlachen Feb. 28, getting
four RBI from Maddox.
Maddox homered against the
Rams and also doubled,
finishing 3-for-5.
Osteen was 3-for-4, while
Cochran and Jeremy Shuler
were each 2-for-4. Both of-
Shuler's hits were doubles.
Hall earned the win on the.
mound, while.,Osteen picked
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Bradford-Union Area Vo-Tech Center student
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1-3 in

district play

BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
The Bradford baseball team
defeated Middleburg on Feb.
17 to open play in District 3-
4A, but the Tornadoes have
since lost three district games,
including an 8-1 loss to
Middleburg March 10 in
Starke.
Middleburg scored the first
five runs of the game, with the
Tornadoes finally scoring their
lone run in the bottom of the
third. Jeremy Pombier drew a
walk in that inning and later
scored on a single by Zach
King.
Cory Elasik hit a double for
Bradford, which finished the
game with six hits.
The Visiting Broncos scored
three runs in the fourth to cap
the scoring.


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SOFTBALL

Bishop

Kenny tops

BHS 6-2
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Chasity Whitaker hit a home
run and Kelly Riddick turned
an error into an inside-the-park
home run, but those were
about the only offensive
highlights for the Bradford
softball team in a 6-2 loss to
sixth-ranked Bishop Kenny on
March 10 in Starke.
Bishop Kenny, which had
six hits and drew six walks
against Bradford pitcher Kasey
Barrett, took a 2-0 lead against
the Tornadoes (8-6 prior to
March 15), but Riddick made
it a one-run game in the third
inning. She hit a single, but an
error made by the Bishop
Kenny right fielder allowed
her to make her way around
the bases and cross home plate.
The Crusaders, who
improved to 11-1, scored the,
next four runs before Whitaker
homered in the seventh.
Whitaker, finished the game
2-for-3 ... -
Barrett (6-4) .had nine
strikeouts in picking up the
lo ss. ... ... .....
i The Tornadoes host District
3-4A opponent Suwannee
Thursday, 'March 16, then
Travel to play Keystone
Heights Tuesday, March 21.
Both games are scheduled for
appro\imaiely 7 p.,m.
following junior varsity games
at 5 p.m..
Earlier result:

BHS 3 Middleburg 2
A sacrifice fl\ b\ Jessica
McClellan drove in the
winning run in Bradford's 3-2,
% in over district opponent
Middleburg on MNlarch 9.
McClellan's RBI occurred in
the fifth inning, which also.
saw the 'visiting Tornadoes
score on a double by Katie


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Sanford.
Samantha Stocker drove in
the Tornadoes' first run of the
game with a single in the
second inning. That scored
Nikki Goolsby, who led off the


inning with a walk.
Sanford was perfect at the
plate, going 4-for-4 with two
doubles. Stocker was 2-for-3.
Barrett pitched a complete
game, allowing three hits and


two walks while striking out
16.
The win gave Bradford a 2-4
record in the district and
avenged an earlier loss to the
Broncos.


The Keystone Heights junior varsity softball team won the championship of a
tournament it hosted. Pictured are: (front) Paige Cole, Jessica Knight, Ryan Story,
Brooke Lord, Amanda Wood, Jennifer Mason, Ashlee Cirigliano (back) Megan
Poupard, Courtney Pace, Jenah Sapp, Jordyn Davis, Abby Knabb, Lindsey Harp,
Kaylee Fowler and Kari Minor.


Junior varsity Indians

win softball tournament


,The Keystone Heights junior
varsity softball team hosted a
tournament last weekend,
coming out on top of a field of
.seven teams.
Keystone defeated,.Columbia.
'in the championship game,
while Gainesville and Palatka
placed third and fourth.,
respectively.*
Interlachen, Orange Park
and Santa Fe also participated.
The- Indians opened play by


defeating Interlachen 3-2 in 10
innings. Lindsey Harp pitched
. and contributed offensively by
hitting a triple.
Megan Poupard went 3-for-5
-. ith--a double -and a triple,
whilee Paige Cole and Courtney
Pace each went 2-for-5.
That same night, Keystone
rallied from a 12-run deficit to
defeat Palatka 13r12. Cole
went 2-for-2 with a triple,
while pitcher Kaylee Fowler


rebounded from a slow start to
shut Palatka down the rest of
the game.
That set the stage for the
tournament championship,
which .Ke stone won 11-3.
Jordyn Davis led 'the
Keystone batters against
Columbia, going 4-for-5, while
Cole, Fowler .and Jessica
Knight each hit a double.
Harp turned in another solid
performance on the mound.


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Continued from p. :OC
The Indians, who played
district opponent Pierson
TaNlor March 14, will travel to
Lake Butler to play district
opponent Union County
Thursday. March 16, at 7 p.m.
i On, Friday, March 17, the
SIndians host Gainesville at
7:30 p.m.
.i 'Keystbne travels to Alachua
to play fourth-ranked, Class.
4A Santa Fe on Monday,
Marci 20, then hosts Bradford
Tuesday, March 21.
SB6th games are scheduled
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