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USPS 648-200 Three Sections Lake Butler, Florida Thursday, March 30, 2006


93rd Year 51st Issue 50 CENTS


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Two arrested in farm center burglary


BY JAMES REDMOND
Times Staff Writer
Two individuals have been
arrested in connection with a
robbery that took place at the
Lake Butler Farm Center on
March 19.
James Eric Blackwelder, 24,
of Worthington Springs and
Hank Isiah Todd, 33, of Lake
Butler were both arrested
March 28 and charged with
one count each of possession
of a fire arm by a convicted
felon, property damage of
more than $1,000, armed
burglary of a structure, larceny
and grand larceny.
According to Investigator
Mac Johns of the Union
County Sheriff's Office,
several tips led investigators


James Blackwelder


Speed limit to remain same


BY JAMES REDMOND
Times Staff Writer


On March 20, the Union
County Board of County
Commissioners decided that
the 30 mph speed limit on
mile-long stretch of C. R. 231
north (Olustee Highway)
would remain in place despite
one of their own attempting to
change it.
Without voting,
Commissioners Melaine "Red"
ClIatt, Karen Cossey and
Morris -Dobbs all agreed that
the next time a speed limit was
changed on a county road in
Union County that, it would
require the vote of the board.
"I took it upon myself to
have. Mr. (Hal) Airth research
the Florida la"s concerning
speed limits on count) roads,"
ClIatt said, "an'd the way I
interpret in, speeds that are set
on. county roads can be
changed b\ the board. As. far
as I'm concerned, I read that to
mean that one commissioner
can not change the speed limit
himself."
S'Clyatt said he felt that once a
speed limit %as in place it was
there to staN
"As far as I'm concerned the
speed limits set and it's there
fore% er until the board changes
it,' Cklatt said.
Cossey, acting as chairman
'in the absence of
' Commissioners WaNne Smith
and Rick\ Jenkins, asked
Clyatt if he would like to offer
a motion concerning the
matter.
S "We don't need to,".Clyatt
Said. "It's there, it's in the
law."


Clyatt was,referring to the
research Airth had done on the
matter. According to Florida
Statue 316.189. the speed limit
in any business or residential
district is 30 mph. It goes on to
say that in residential districts
the county ma\ set the speed at
25 mph after an investigation
determines that such a speed is
reasonable.
The same la% gi\es the
county authority to raise the
speed limit abo e 30 mph. The
law states that the board of
county, commissioners may set
speed zones altering the
maximum and minimum speed
zones of 30 mph and 25 mph
after, an investigation
determines such a change is
reasonable. The change must
also conform t6 criteria set bs
the: Florida Department of
Transportation ,
"But the county must first
conduct the study beofre
making any changes,' said
FDOT representative Gina
Busscher. "We must follow the
same law to change any speed
limit."
According to Busscher,
before the state \\ill even
consider making a speed limit
change,- it ;first conducts a
speed study.
"This investigation helps us
determine at what speeds
drivers are traveling on the
S-road- in ...question," Busscher
said. "If criteria are iet;-the
speed limit will be changed."
Busscher went on to say that


See SPEED, p. 3A.


Hank Todd


'the suspects.
"Both men deny knowing
anything about the break-in,"
Johns said. "but we. have
several key pieces of evidence
that link both suspects to the
crime."
. One of those pieces was the
type of shoes Todd was
wearing at the time of his
arrest. According to Johns,
they match shoe prints that
-were left by the offenders at
the scene of the crime. They
also recovered a gun, stolen
during the burglary, from a
house where Todd had left it.
According to the report filed,
by Johns, entry was made into
the farm center via the 'side
door that was kicked in. The
suspects then wheeled a


cutting torch, used in the farm
center's repair shop, inside the
store to attempt to open a safe.
Their attempts failed,
completely destroying the safe.
The report does say the
suspects were able to make off
with approximately 50 pairs of
jeans, along with several other
items 'of clothing. According to
the report, the farm has still not
completed. its inventory to
know exactly how many items
were taken.
Blackwelder was taken i-nto-
custody on unrelated charges


See CENTER, p. 2A


Pre~arrinS for ev,*ifoer 4usrt.se.......


Recently Lake Butler Hospital participated in an exercise that will prepare them in
the event toxic chemicals, such as anthrax, is ever found to be in the county. The
entire staff participated. Pictured above, from 1-r, are Patti Deguio, Diane Cason,
Susan Allredge and Nancy Boncosky., Deguio and AlIredge playedworkers trying to
isolate victims. Cason and Boncosky had anthrax on them in the drill. For more about
the mock decontamination, see page 8A.


Sex offender charged with reoffending


BY JAMES REDMOND
Times Staff Writer

A Union County man who is
on the Florida Department of
Law Enforcement's sexual-
offender/predatorw.eb_site.as a
convicted sexual offender has 7
been charged with sexual
assault. .
William Highalind, 68, of
Lake Butler has been charged
%\\nh sexual batters on a victim
under the age of 12. According


.to a report by Investigator Mac,
Johns of the Union County
Sheriff's Office, the acts have
been going on for more than
tvo years.- : .. .
"The. mother of the \ victim
reported the, "crime,
approximately two. weekss
ago," Johns said. "She and her
family had been living with
Highland for approximately
three'\ears."
According to the report,
Highland would take the


victim to his bedroom while
other members of the family-
were asleep. The victimm told
Johns that on some occasions
Highland paid thevictim $10
to have sex with him. The
report also states that the
victim, .who is now 11, could
not recall the number of times
Highland performed acts on
the victim.

See' OFFEND, p. 4A


Several obstacles in way of FD takeover


Pageant to
raise money
for bus victims
date changed
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 has
been moved to Thursday,
April 20 at 7 p.m. at the
Lake Butler community
center. Entry fee is $50 and
all participants will receive
an award. Participants may
take part regardless of the
county they reside in. The
:application deadline is April
10 and applications can be
picked 'up at The Rag Patch
in Lake Butler. All proceeds
will go to the accident
victims. For more
information, call (386) 867-
0305 or (386) 496-1207.



New
Jerusalem
Church to
hold revival
The New Jerusalem Full
Gospel Church of
Worthington Springs will
host a revival April 2-7
beginning .each night at 7
p.m. except Sunda)y which
will begin at 6p.m.
Evangelist Larry Richards
will be the church's guest
speaker. The church is
located at the corner of S.R;
121 and C.R. 18. For more
information, call Annette
Seay at (386) 496-3383.




Scouts to hold
car wash fund-
raiser
Cub Scout and Boy Scout
Troop 140 will conduct a
car 'wash on Saturday, April
I, at Spires IGA in Lake
Butler from 9.'a.m..3 p.m,.
All proceeds from the car
'wash will be used to buy
camping equipment for the
troop. It will also help fund
a trip the troop will take in
2007.,


BY JAMES REDMOND
Times Staff Hrter


A Before the county %%ill
consider taking over the
Worthington -Springs
S Volunteer Fire Department,
*. County Commission Chairman
'.Wayane Smith said the to%%n
will need to pay its special
assessment.
"Nobody has paid the
special assessment from a year
ago," Smith said in meeting
held on March 28 between the
county and the town. "It's like
the citizens 'of Worthington
Springs have gotten a free
year's worth of service."'
Worthington Springs
attorney Bill- Whitley said he
knew nothing about -the
problem.
"I don't know any thing
about that," Whitle) said. "I
,am here to represent the town
in' the matter of the
consolidation of the fire
department.
According to Smith, the
town owes the county more'
than $24,000 in special
assessments. .-Last year the.
town pulled out of its interlocal


agreement with the county so it
could renegotiate the terms of
the, agreement. WhitleN told
Smith he would encourage the
town's citizens to pay their
taxes. -
According to Whitley, the
town sent the county a letter on
'Feb: 22 outlining its plans for
the town's' fire .department to
'be consolidated with the
county's fire department. In
return the town is requesting
that the county station an
ambulance in the town.
"The town is willing to build
li ing quarters for the county's,
personnel," Whitley said.
"These would: be complete
facilities including a
bathroom."
The station' currently has
four bays of which, according
to Whitley, are being occupied
by equipment. One of those
bays would be renovated and.
made into living quarters.
"The to" n is even willing to:
add bays so that the facility
will hold all ,the vehicles. "
Whitley said. "Currentl), the
town has four apparatus arid.
with the ambulance, there
would be a need for five bays.


The town is willing to make.
room, for these."
When the question 'of
ownership, of both the station
and equipment came up, Smith
said he believed there was no
way the town could even lease
the equipment to the county.
"Many items, including the
station, were purchased- with
grant money," Snmith said.
"Because of this, I don't think
the town can turn ownership of
the equipment over to the
county."
.County Attorney Hal Airth
agreed with Smith.
"The county can't insure
what it doesn't own," Hirth
said.
Whitley said he did not think
this would be a problem.
"It is not the town's
intention to turn the ownership
of the property over to the
county," Whitley said.
"Rather, the town would keep
' title to all the equipment with
Sthe understanding that the
county was able to use it."
Smith said that brought up
another issue. -
"If the town 'owns the
equipment, there is no way the


county could insure it," Smith
said. "Is the town willing to
pay for. the insurance on the
equipment and building?"
S"The town is favorable to
doing what it can to make this
transition happen," Whitley
said. "The town is just asking
the county to take over service.
of the fire department."
Smith also asked Whitley
which h body, would be
responsible for, things like
maintenance on the equipment,
paying the utilities and if a
vehicle needed repairs. -
"I am not sure what the
intentions of the town are on
these issues," Whitley said.
"That is an area I will have to-
find out. from the council and
get back to you."
Smith said there was another
issue that was interfering with
the consolidation.
"Our current EMS director
and fire chief, Allen Parrish,
has asked the board for a cut in
hours and a raise in pay,"
Smith said. "He has told us
that if he doesn't get what he
wants he's going to quit. I'm
-afraid if he's not available it


could cause major chaos."
Smith said he feared if
Parrish left that many of the
EMS personnel currently,
working for the county would
depart with himfl. He said
personnel might be an issue as
well.
- "We have an on-hand paid
fire fighting cre" with the
EMTs -and -paramedics
currently with us," Smith said.
"If we move them to a
different station, will they look
for raises? -Until we get the
issue settled with Mr. Parrish
we can't say yea oir nay."
Smith said that the board
would call a special meeting
on- April 7 at 11:30. a.m. to
hopefully get the matter
settled.
Smith told town
representatives that issues with
a fire -department in
Providence could come into
play.
"We've applied for a grant
to "build a station in the
Providence area," Smith said.

See FO, p. 5A


Pre-K
screenings to
be held-
On Friday, April 28,
screenings. will be held for
all 4 year olds to determine
their eligibility for the Lake
Butler Elementary School
Pre-K Program. The
screenings will be held at
the school, For more
information or to schedule
an appointment, call Trish
Ranard at (386) 496-3047.


Normal Deadlineis 5
p.m. Monday before
the Thursday
publication date.
Articles can be
submitted to the Times
office on Main Street in
Lake Butler or to the
Telegraph office (131
W. Call St., Starke).
Phone 386-496-2261
or call 904-964-6305"in
Starke.


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

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







Page 2A UNION COUNTY TIMES March 30, 2006


CENTER
Continued from p. 1A

on March 23. He was arrested
for an outstanding warrant for
failure to register a motor
vehicle and driving while
license suspended.
Todd has an extensive
criminal past. According to the
Florida Department of
Corrections Web site, Todd
was released in September
2005 after,serving a nine-year
sentence for armed burglary,
grand theft and trafficking
stolen property. Prior prison
sentences also include
aggravated assault, armed
burglary, grand theft and
burglary of an occupied
structure.
According to Capt. Gary
Seay, these arrests are just the
beginning.
"We have evidence of other
suspects that are involved in
this burglary," Seay said.
"More arrests are
forthcoming."

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


Sardis Baptist
Church looking
to expand
The Phase 1 Building
Program for Sardis Blptist
Church began with a letter of
intent to all Church members
by March 21.
The Church member's
responses to pledge specific
amounts of money will allow
the Building Committee to
know how far they can
progress into each phase.
The proposed "all purpose"
building will be built on the
newly purchased 1.6 acres
behind the present church.
Sight preparation that precedes
the first phase includes storm
pipes to carry the excess water
away from the church and the
surrounding neighbors and
necessary fill dirt to assist in
moving storm waters away
from the parking lots and
buildings.
Site tree removal begins
Saturday March 18, 2006.,
Pastor.Paul is obtaining a good
drawing of the proposed
building which will meet our
needs for our Children's
program called Awana, our


Picutred above is the future


youth worship and
discipleship, community
outreach events, Sunday


Local man charged with AARP opposes
Si new Medicaid
having counterfeit bills pain


BY JAMES REDMOND
Times Staff Writer
Deciding to travel over the
posted speed limit has landed.
one local man in jail.
Chadwick Hoilman, 32, of
Lake Butler was charged with
possessing 10 or more
counterfeit bank bills. The
entire incident began on March
24, when Union County
Sheriff's Office Sgt. Ray
Shuford stopped Holiman for
speeding. During a check of
his license, Shuford found it to
be suspended and took
Hoilman into custody.
Before ,the vehicle was
towed, Shuford, Capt. Gary
Seay and Investigator Mac,
'Johns conducted a search of
the vehicle. During the search
a cigarette pack was found
under the driver'ss seat .it.


contained $1,240.
According to Johns, after
further investigation, it was
determined that the bills were
counterfeit. Hoilman was
questioned about the money
and told-Johns he had recei ed
it from .another individual. He
offered to make a deal and
order more money from the
same individual.
"He wanted to get leniency
in. exchange for his
cooperation," Johns said. "No
deal was made with him."
Johns said that additional
charges of dealing in stolen
property and possession of a
firearm by a convicted felon
are still pending a further
investigation.

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


IFWAS introduces Annual New
new guide York Day to be
The Univesity of Florida/ held
Institute of Food and h o
Agricultural .Services would The sights, sounds and tastes.
like to introduce The Water of New York will all be a part
Quality/Water Quantity Best of the '4t annual New York I
Management Practices (BMPs) Day to be held Saturda, .April
for Florida Vegetable and I, at Tucker's Fine Dining in 1
Agronomic Crops Guide. downtown n Lake City from
Copies of the manual can be 12:30 p.m.-4 p.m. Snacks,
,picked up at the Union County drinks, entertainment and .
Extension Office. The BMP activities will all be focused 1
program is an entirely around New. York traditiosiT. c
voluntary program aimed at Cost is $15 per person. For;
improving groundwater quality more information, contact Ed %
and water conservation. Pettie at (386) 752-8520,.
Enrollment in this program Shirley Bellows at (386) 758
sends a clear message to state 9760 or Mureen and_..Vern- c
and federal agencies that _Lloyd-ai (386)752-4885. c
producers are mindful of-waiter
quality and water quantity c
issues and are committed to c
BMPs on the farm. Without
voluntary participation in this
program, regulatory programs
may be enacted to protect Robert
water quality such as those in
other areas of the state. Tax & Ac
UF/IFAS is committed to
assisting you with the BMP Providing Profess
implementation process and
helping you enroll by Financial Planning
submitting a Notice of'lnten Computerized Bookkeeping
with the Florida Department of
Agriculture and -Consumer
Services. Business: (386) 496-1187
In this area, Mace Bauer, a
member of the IFAS BMP Cellular: (352) 745-1176
Implementation Team, is
available to assist you.' He can
conduct your on-farm
assessment and provide more
information about the program.
For more information about
the BMP Implementation Prop. 1 5672 Acres, Old GA Hwy. 46 F
Team contact Bauer at the Close Proximity To US Hwy 1 an 1-16
Interchange w/IFrontage on 1.16
NFREC-Sumannee Valley at Excellent Commercial & Res,idential
(386) 364-4029, or call Jacque Development Potential
Breman at the Union County Great Onoopee River Frontage
Extension Office (386)-496- an Deraon, j Ufrs Jacion aAREj
2321. ROWELL AUCTIONS, INC
Participating land% ners or ,4n.r0 10. .Buers P er
lease holders must submit a lF'r*Adi nalf
Notice of Intent to FDACS.
This form indicates the BMPs
that you already implement on fllfl ^C
your farm, as well as the
BMPs that you are willing to Thursday
implement. The BMP program -Publhed each Thursday a
implement. The BMP program Paid at Lake Butler. Flon
is voluntary, and therefore, "," POSTMASTER: S'e
will not be required to 0. UNION C(
implement.practices which are 125 E. n Street
not economically feasible or Web address:
compatible with the production. (38(
system. Cost share funding John M.
from various local, state, and Subscription Rate in Trade Area Sp
federal sources will be $2600 per year Ad
available to help growers $1300 sixmonths '
'implement several of the Otside' a 6 $26.00 Iyear:'
practices. Outside Trade re: er year:
$13.00 six months, Cl


AARP Florida opposes a
state plan to force Floridians
60+ to join a managed-care
plan (like an HMO) if they
need vital Medicaid long-term
care services. Seniors could
get stuck in a managed-care
plan that may not provide the
care they need.
By: AARP Florida
The state says the Florida
Senior Care plan will give
Medicaid participants a high
quality of care. But vulnerable
seniors could get stuck in a
managed-care 'program that
won't pay for vital care.'
Once a Medicaid participant
is in this program, you will
have 30 days to decide on a
plan. If you won't or,can't
decide, state "choice
counselors" 'will, make your
"choice" for you. If your
medical condition changes, but
your HMO won't pay for extra
care you need, you could 'be
stuck in a bad plan for up to a
year.'. And if" managed-ca're
provider won't pa\ for care
you need, then you must
choose between paying for
private care or skipping vital
medical treatment. .
You can appeal an.HMO's.
decision, but the process is.
comple\ and frustrating. Who
fights for frail, vulnerable
Florida seniors %with no family'
or advocates nearby ? .
To be connected toll-free to
Nour legislator regarding
Florida Senior Care, 'please
:all 1-800-880-7640. For more
information, please t'isit
%w w.aarp.org/fl .
Forcing Floridians 60+ into
Medicaid managed long-term'
care may not reduce Medicaid
costs .
Everyone knows that health
care is expensi e. State
officials say the\ want tp force.


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home of the Sardis Baptist Church all purpose building.

School space, fellowship space be used fo n a temporary
f sanctuary during construction
for Wednesday night dinners, new Worhip facility in
Church social' event, and can the later phases


older Floridians into Medicaid
HMOs to receive .vital long-
term care services because
future Medicaid .costs are
unsustainable. But state
bureaucrats have testified
before lawmakers that. there is
.no guarantee that the plan will
actually reduce Medicaid
costs.
In fact, if HMOs do manage
to squeeze savings out of
Medicaid long-term care costs,
the state's plan could let the
HMOs to keep any savings as
profit. Taxpayers wouldn't
benefit, and doctors, nursing
homes, hospitals, and
Medicaid' participants- could
suffer.
.AARP Florida knows that
using wise use of public
resources .for Medicaid is
important to you. Call this toll
free number 1-800-880-7640
and tell your.state lawmaker
that the Florida Senior Care
initiative isn't guaranteed to
save taxpayers an\ moneN.
Ask that lawmakers delaN
implementing this program
and look for a. better long-ierm
care reform plan.
'Florida doesn't need' to force
Floridians 60+ into HMOs or
other managed-care
organizations to recei e
Medicaid .long-term care
services.
Instead, Florida needs real
long-term care reform. We
should give Florida elders an
array of quality care options,
then provide them with' a
trusted, neutral source of
information about their
choices. Lei them choose the
care they. Indeed.
Overwhelmingly, Florida
elders prefer to receive long-
term care at home, %with some
help from families and
friends. This is not only what
families and, older people


prefer, it's also the wisest use
-of precious public resources -
a win for elders and taxpayers-
alike.
To achieve this noble goal,
we should call on Florida's
existing network of elder-care
programs, many of which are
community-based nonprofit
organizations created by
people who care deeply for
elders. Fortunately, the new-
federal budget reconciliation
act creates broad, flexible
opportunities to expand such
home- and community-based
services financed by Medicaid:
To make this inspiring
vision a reality,. call this toll
free number 1-800-880-7640
and tell your state lawmaker to
stop the Florida Senior Care
HMO initiative. Instead,
demand real long-term care
reform. For more information.
p lease visit
http://wv\ w.aarp org states/fl/.


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LCCC
celebrates
Earth Day
Lake City Community
College is celebrating Earth
Day for the first time, on April
6, 2006 from 11 a.m. 1 p.m.
on Pine Square.
Organized by the Math and
Science Division and the'
Student Activity Office, this
event is to attract local
environmental activists and
agencies to help raise
awareness on local and global
environmental issues.
Booths will be setup and
participating students from
LCCC and Fort White High
School will be presenting
posters to educate the public
about Earth geological and
environmental processes.
The ever growing world
population has forced humans
to move closer to earth's hot
zones and put more and more
lives in a collision course with
Earth's deadly activities called
geohazards. Furthermore, rapid
population growth brings
everyday its -share of
environmental degradation to
earth as well as physical risks
to humans.
This will be an excellent
opportunity for local private or
government agencies, and
Senvironmental'activists and
students to come open a booth
and educate the public about
any environmental work they
are doing in the area. This
event is open to the public. :
For more information on
how.. to participate, please
contact Dr. Kane, LCCC"
associate professor earth
science at 386- 754-4452 or
Jenneffer Bac-hmaier, LCCC
coordinator student activities
office at 386-754-4317.


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
pit k'up an applicatiirn"pt'kde
from Bobbie Morgarr"at' the
Ntiibn"Coun'yIv' ShoP'"tSd .
Office located at 55 S.W. Sixth
Street in Lake Butler. All
applications must be submitted
no later than April 14.


ter

Tim Giebeig
les 386-496-1990
220 W Main St.
Lake Butler 32054


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SPEED
Continued from p. 1
if there is change, the st:
must give the county notice.
"Once we decide what I
change will be, we will gi
the county a 14 day advar
notice before the change
made," Busscher said.
letter is sent to county office
informing them of the change
So is it necessary for 1
FDOT to conduct the -stud
According to Busscher it
not.
"The county can hire a
registered engineer to condi
a speed survey," Busscl
said. "There many company
throughout the area qualify
to do such a study."
So what penalties could I
county face for not follow
the statue? It's really not cle
While the statue sets for
speed limits and how th
change be changed,
establishes no penalty for r
following the proper procedi
to do so. The only penalty 1
law provides is for those w
do not obey the posted spe
limits.
The entire discussion ab<
changing speed limits on t
road began at last monti
commission meeting. Paule
Davison, a resident who liN
in the 30 mph zone, cai
before the board in hopes
making the zone permane
During the March meeting, s
once again approached t
board.
"I just want to make su
whatever had to be done, as
as voting, was done for t
speed limit to stay at 30 mpl
Davison said."That way
don't have this problem as
did before of the speed lir
suddenly being chang
without any kind
notification."
Clyatt reassured her that
any changes were made in t
future, it would not be with
approval of the board.
During the Februa
meeting, Davsion present
commissioners with a petiti
signed by more than
residents.in the mile-long zoi
The petition ask
commissioners to make t
zone 30 mph permanently.
The petition came as a res
of Jenkins personally direct
the. road,,department io.go..a
raise the speed limit to 45 ml
The change occurred on t
very same day seven child
were killed in an accident
S.R. 121 south. *The next d
the road department chang
the speed limit back to 30 mp
James Redmond can
reached at (386).496-2261
uctimes@alltel.net





Worthington
Springs UMC
to0 celebrate
homecoming
Worthington Springs Unit
Methodist Church w
celebrate homecoming
Sunday, April 2.
The Lord's supper will
celebrated at the II a.i
service. A covered dish dinn
will follow the service,
Former members and t:
public are invited,.


Meisterhans bags his first gobbler Scott charged with

-s burglary of vehicles


BY JAMES REDMOND
Times Staff Writer
One man on probation for
buglarizing a structure has
been charged with the same
crime.
Jonathon Emery Scott, 21, of
West Palm Beach has been
charged with armed burglary,
larceny and possession of fire
arm by a convicted felon.
According to investigator Mac
Johns of the Union County
Sheriff's Office, Scott stole
two handguns, $750 in cash,
credit cards and other items of
value out of four vehicles in


Wyatt Meisterhans recently hunted and killed his very first turkey. The turkey
weighed 17 pounds and had a 9.5 inch beard. Its spurs werel.38 inches long. The
turkey was killed on private land in Union County. Wyatt's grandfather, Fred Cauley,
of the Union County Sheriff's Office, said he was very proud of his grandson's
accomplishment. Meisterhans is pictured above with the bird.


he Voluntary
ire summer Pre-K
far
the program
we offered
we Any child who is entering
nit Kindergarten in August 2006
ed is eligible to attend the
of Summer Voluntary Pre-K
Program at Lake Butler
if Elementary School' For more
he information, call Trish Ranard
)ut at (386) 496-3047.
ry
ed
on
30 Pre-K'
ed screenings to
he be held
ult On Friday, April 2
ng screenings will be held for
nd 4 year olds to determine the
ph. eligibility for the Lake B'utl
he Elementary School Pre-
fen Program. The screenings w
on be held at the school. For mo
lay information or to schedule
;ed appointment, call Trish Rana
)h. at (386) 496-3047.
be
or

Kindergarten'
orientation to
be held April
1 2
Lake Butler Elementar
School will hold i
Kindergarten orientation (
Wednesday, April 12, from
2:30 p.m., Parents or guardian
of children entering
Kindergarten during the ne
ed school year asked to go 1
ill the school's front office ar
on pick up a registration packe
be All paperwork in the pack
be must be completed to be ab
m. .to participate in the orientation
ier This includes the registration
packed, a certified birth
certificate, a Florida shc
record and Florida physical.
Parents and. children wi
meet in the cafeteria for th
event. Children will be take
by a teacher to visit


SJohathon Scott


Kindergarten classroom.
Principal Lynn Bishop, will
meet with parents. She will
give them important
information regarding
Kindergarten curriculum an
school policies and procedures.
For more information, call
(386).496-3047.

New River NC

Metho,"
Church th sts
sing/fish fry
The New River NC
Methodist Church will host a
gospel sing and fish fry or
Saturday, April 1, beginning a
5:30 p.m. The Carolina
Crossmen southern gospe
8, group -will be, the featured
all performers along with, local
eir singers from the church
er Evernone is welcome. Fo
K more information, call 1386
ill 431-1536 or (904) 964-3583..
re
an
rd
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
Courmnie Davison Douglas at
ry (386) 496-3326. You can also
ts e-mail
)n uchsclassof I'996Saol.com.
1-
ns
S .Scoutsto hold
b car wash fund-
t. raiser
)I Cub Scout and ,Boy Scout
n. Troop 140 will conduct a cat
Dn wash on Saturday, April 1, at
th Spires IGA in Lake Butler
from .9 :a.m.-3 p.m. All
ot proceeds from the car wash
will be used to buy camping
ll equipment for the troop. It. will
he also help fund a trip the troop
,n will take in 2007.


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SREC has
alternate meal
site for seniors
The Suwannee River
Economic Council has an
alternative congregate meal
site for seniors 60 and older.
On Tuesday 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-along. For more'
information, contact SREC at
(386) 496-2342.

' UCHS offers
a tutoring classes
I Union County High School
v will be offering tutoring
I classesMonda -.Thursda' .,,
from',:'15 p.:. -4:15 p.m
r Subjects can recehe help in
1) \arieit of areas. Parents
wishing to enroll their children.
can pick up an application at
UCHS front office. For more
information, contact Geraldine
Griffis at (386) 496-3040 ext.
4946.


WS looking
.board memr
The town of W
Springs is looking tI
a board of directors f
and procedures. If.
citizen and would lil
this board, contact
office on Wed
between 8:30 a.m.-
(386) 496-1006.


Group forn
to restore
cemetery
A group is forming
the cemetery former
as Townsend Pasture
cemeterN. Each Satur
March, the group 1xil
the cemetery located
east of Lake Butler c
100 from 2 4p.m.
For more ijformat
contact Collis Small
496-2786 or Keith \W
(386)496-3940.


Providence on March 23.
Though Johns said he at first
thought the case might be
difficult to solve, Scott made it
rather easy.
"Shortly after midnight on
March 24, a credit card stolen
from one of the burglaries was
used at a gas station in
Ellisville," Johns said. "Video
footage from the station
provided us with a vehicle and
suspect description."
According to Johns, Scott
used the credit card to
purchase $96 worth of fuel
while at the station. Johns said
with the video footage,
investigators were able to
locate the suspect's vehicle the
very next day. When they
found it, Scott was inside.
"We found him in
possession of the stolen items.
from the burglaries," Johns
said. "he was questioned and
confessed to committing the
burglaries. He assisted us in
recovering most of the stolen
items, including the two
handguns."
Scott's probation involves a
case in West Palm Beach
where he was sentenced to
three years probation. He
began serving his sentence for
the felony offense in January.


;for UCSO to
fibers conduct safety
orthington
o establish checkpoints
for appeals Over the next several
you are a weeks, the Union County
ke to be on Sheriff's Office will be
t the city conducting roadside safety
lnesday' s checkpoints throughout the
-3 p.m. at county.
Deputies will be
conducting inspections of
vehicles to insure things like
tail lights, headlights and
ning brake lights are all in proper
min9 working order.. They. will
also be inspecting the log
books of commercial
vehicles. The checkpoints
restore' will take place throughout
g to restore the county. The.\ will take
v known' place at -various times
I's during both day and night
rda in .. hours. Union Count\ Sheriff
11 meet at Jerry Whitehead said his
one mile department is concerned
in S.R. '% ith traffic safet.
"We are taking a.
ion, proactive stance %hen it
at (386) comes to traffic safety,"
,ebster at Whitehead said. "If we can
prevent just one accident
with these efforts, it will
have been worth it.


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(1/2 mile north of Hardee's)


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The report states that
Highland has denied all of the
allegations.
"He claims that the victim is
telling lies," Johns said. "He
claimed that the victim was
lying because he was strict and
made her mind."
Before arresting Highland,
Johns had the victim speak
with an investigator in
Gainesville who is experienced
in sexual assault cases. The
investigator found the victim
to be very believable and
interviewed the rest of the
victim's family.
Union County Judge David
Reiman issued an arrest
warrant for Highland and set
no bail in the case.


Old Providence
Baptist hosts
homecoming
The Old Providence Baptist
Church will host its
.homecoming on Sunday, April
2, beginning at 10 a.m. The
guest speaker will be Greg
Williams and special music
will be performed by The
Mercy 'Mountain Boys and
Heaven's Grace. Dinner on the
grounds will be held after the
service. For more information,
contact Jackie Tuggle at (386)
719-7102.



Group helps,
people get back.
to work
Abilities of Florida is an
organization 'that helps people'
with physical disabilities or
mental health issues regain
employment. The group
provides services designed to
enable people to prepare; for
and get gainful employment.
Services include help with
physical or mental treatment,
job placement and retraining.
For more information, call
(386) 755-9026 ext. 3149.



UC Housin
Authority to
meet
The Union County Housing
Authority holds its regular
monailh meeting on the second
Monday) of each month at 6:30
p.m. Meetings are currently
being held at its temporary
offices located at 502 S.W.'
Eighth Street apartment #102..
For more information, call
(386) 496-2047.



UCBOCC meets
third of each'
month
The Union County Board of
County Commissioner meets
on the third Monday of each
month at 7 p.m.
Commissioners meet in the
board room located inside the,
Union County Courthouse
located at 55 W Main St. in
Lake Butler. For more
information, call (386) 496-
S 4241.


SREC offers


home repair 7
help
Is \our home suffering from
draftiness, leak\ roof, lack of
insulation, restricted entrance
or lack of heated \Nater?'.If so,
the Suwannee River Economic
Council has a program that
ma) help pay for those.needed
repairs. Assistance is based on
income. Applications for the
program can be picked up at
SREC. located on S.R. 231
across from Tigers Den
Daycare in Lake Butler. For
more information, call (386)
496-2342.


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


Stitt's Karate tests Little Dragons


Stitt's Karate School of Lake Butler recently held a testing for the Little Dragons
class. Students who were tested are pictured above. From I-r they are Chad Sanders,
Hunter Redding, Matthew Lynch and Trace Croft. Sensei Stitt is pictured behind
them. The testing included kicks, blocks and self defense against strangers.


Avian Influenza
Is serious
disease
Avian influenza is a serious
disease concern for poultry
producers and animal health
officials. While influenza
strains in birds, just as in
people, vary considerably in
severity, some influenza
viruses can be devastating to
domestic poultry. Recent
information on Asian strains
that may infect people as well
as birds have only heightened
those concerns. The Florida,
Department of Agriculture and
Consumer Services, Division,
of Animal Industry, regularly
monitors our domestic fowl for
evidence of influenza.
The Di\ ision has 35
authorized agents trained to
collect samples and testing is
carried out in both the Live
Oak Diagnostic Laboratory
and the KissimmeeDiagnostic ..
Laborai6r The -kisiffmd-ee'
Diagnostic- -Laboratory is
recognized and approved to
conduct specific tests to
identifN virulent strains of the
virus. Samples are regularly
collected "from exhibition or
back yard flocks, and
commercial poultry breeding
flocks arq sampled and tested
every 90 days. Additionally,
there are 35 botanicas that
participate in a voluntary
surveillance and testing
program. This year.
surveillance sampling and
testing for avian influenza, has
expanded to include testing
birds at small animal sales, lii e
bird markets, county fairs and
exhibitions.
Poultrn from other countries
with serious strains of avian
influenza virus are not
permitted to enter the United
States. Additionally, poultry
entering Florida from other
states can not be imported
from quarantined areas and all
other poultry must have aj
permit for entry. Commercial
poultry must originate from
avian influenza free flocks in
addition to meeting other
import requirements.
Veterinarians, veterinary
laboratories, and those
%working with birds are
required to report diseases
suspected as being influenza.
Diseased poulltr are tested and
fully investigated and any
reports of influenza-like
disease are handled on an
urgent basis until the disease,
can be fully identified and
assessed. In the event of
finding a serious strain,
emergency measures will' be
taken immediately to quickly
contain the \irus among
exposed poultry. Quarantine
and other emergency plans are
in place to eradicate such a
disease as quickly as possible,
should it be found.
The last'reportable case, a
potentially serious strain of
avian influenza in Florida
occurred in a single bird in a
botanica in 2001. Birds at
these premises were
depopulated and the premises
cleaned and disinfected to
ensure that \ irus was.
eliminated. While Florida has
been fortunate in recent years,
other States hate experienced
avian influenza outbreaks that
required eradication efforts.
Eradication, once an outbreak
has occurred, involves
intensified sur eillance, strong
biosecurity measures to reduce
the chance of disease spread,
and the humane destruction of"


affected birds. These measures
have been successful in other
states and Florida, working
with the USDA, is prepared to
lead such efforts to 'eliminate
an outbreak of avian influenza
should the need arise.

Prescribed fires
protect natural
areas
Florida Agriculture and
Consumer Services
Commissioner Charles H.
Bronson is promoting the
awareness of prescribed fire's
vital role in maintaining the
health of Florida's forests and
other natural areas, as well as
protecting the safety of the
state's residents and visitors.
In 1997, the Florida Cabinet
designated the second week in
March as "Prescribed Fire
Awareness Week."" A
resolution signed by the
Governor and Cabinet
members is expected to be
adopted next week, .reiterating
their support for the practice. t"
"Prescribed fire is one of the
'best tools land managers in


Florida have in maintaining
and restoring our varied
ecosystems," Bronson. said.
"Many of our plant and animal
communities are dependent on
a regular occurrence of fire for
a healthy existence. Prescribed-
fire provides better forage for
wildlife and livestock, returns
nutrients to the soil, helps to
control certain plant diseases,
and reduces hazardous fuel,
buildups."
According to state wildfire
officials, Florida has been
certifying prescribed burn
managers since 1987, and
every five years these
individuals must have training
and experience to remain
certified. There are currently
more than 1,500 certified
prescribed burn managers in,
Florida, helping to prescribe
burn 2 million acres of land
annually.
Florida has one of the most
extensive prescribed burning
programs in the country, and
one of the best training
programs "oi:r. prescribed burn managers,"
Bronson said.- ,. '
"Through our Division of


Forestry, we promote the
reduction of hazardous fuel
buildups, especially in our
wildland-urban interface
areas," Bronson said.
"Prescribed burning helps
provide protection to
thousands of homeowners
across Florida."
For more information about
Florida's Division of Forestry,
including information about
wildfires, visit the division's
web site at www.fl-dof.com


Save money
on local

phone service
The Lifeline Assistance
Program and Link-Up Florida
offer assistance to. qualified
residential telephone
customers, and are designed to
ensure that the basic telephone
connection (hookup) and
service remain affordable to all
residents of Florida.
Consumers receiving state
and federal assistance such as
Temporary Assistance to
Needy Families (TANF), food
stamps, Medicaid, Low-Income
Home Energy Assistance
Program (LIHEAP),
Supplemental Security Income
(SSI), or Federal Public
Housing Assistance (Section
8) are eligible for these
programs.
You may alsq be eligible for
benefits if your household
income is no more than 125
percent of the federal poverty
income guidelines. Check with
your local telephone company
for details.
In addition, if you live on a
federally recognized tribal land
and are eligible for benefits
through the Bureau of Indian
Affairs' Tribal TANF Program,
Head. Start Subsidy. or the
National School Lunch
Program, you qualify for
expanded Lifeline assistance.
The Lifeline Assistance
Program provides up to a
$13.50 credit on qualified
residential customers' local
monthly phone bills, including
a federal credit of up to $10 and
a matching credit from their
telephone company ,of up to
$3.50.
Link-Up Florida provides up
to a 50 percent reduction in the
' telephone service -hookup,,
charge, tp a maximum, of$3,0.;,
Florida's state .legislators
played a major role in


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


Free women's

health offered
at ACORN
Women between the ages of
50 and 64-who are uninsured
and who have a low income
level-are eligible to
participate in the Believe in
Miracles program and receive a
free mammogram and PAP
smear. For more information,
or to schedule an appointment,
call the ACORN Clinic near
Brooker at (352) 485-1133.
The program is sponsored by
the Mary Brogan Breast and
Cervical Cancer Early
Detection Program and the
Putnam County Health
Department.










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begins this ,
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Uhe union iountr'

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FD
Continued from p. 1A

"It takes longer to get a truck
to Providence than it does to
Worthington Springs. It might
be we could run three trucks
because of the large number of
calls we have been turning
down lately."
Currently the county has a
contract with both the
Reception and Medical Center
and Union Correctional
Irlstitution to transfer inmates
who need medical care to
Jacksonville Memorial
Hospital. The Florida
Department of Corrections
maintains a more-than-120-bed
facility at the hospital for the
care of seriously ill inmates.
The county receives more than
$500 for every transfer it
makes.
SSmith did insist on one
clause in any contract the
county signed.
"If we can come to an
agreement, I want there to be a
clause that states the county
can withdraw from it at the end
of the year with 30 days
notice," Smith said. "This way
if we see it's not going to work
out or have problems, we can
remove ourselves from it."
Whitley nodded his head as
if he were in agreement with
the stipulation.
""If we can work this out, it
will be better for the citizens of
the county as well as the
town," Whitley said. "A
unified" command would be
better for all."
Both sides agreed that
neither would do anything
before the county had a chance
to resolve its issue with
Parrish.
James Redmond can be
reached at (386) 496-2261 or
uctimes@alltel.net


LCCC hosts
special summer
CSI program
Lake City Community
College has been awarded a
Florida Department of
Education Governor's Summer,
Program grant for a second-
consecutive year. This year's
i a scal six -week
"minimester" titled Crime
Scene Investigation: The
Science of Forensic Inquiry.
Referred to by the program
creators as "CSI: Lake City,"
this program will focus on
criminal investigation and the
mysteries of death and
deception. The program is
specifically for "rising" juniors
and seniors.
The "CSI" television series
has taken the world by storm,
winning fans among many
who have ne'er thought of
themselves as scientists.
Building on this phenomenon,
the CSI: Lake City program
has been designed to submerse
students in the academic skills
of scientific inquiry and
critical analysis. These
important skills give greater
meaning to the thrill of DNA
and fingerprints, trace
evidence and profiling.,
The CSI: Lake City program
will be delivered in
cooperation % ith the school
Districts of Baker, Columbia,
Dixie, Gilchrist, and Union
counties and serve
approximately 10' students
from each county. It will run
from June 12-July 26, with
classes scheduled each
S morning from 10 a.m.-d1:55
a.m. and each afternoon from I
p.m. to 3:55 p.m., Monday-
Thursday. Students' will work
in teams, exploring the
applications of advanced
biology and forensic science
within the field of criminal
investigation, Fridays.will be
Reserved for field trips, which
will include a variety of local
and state crime labs, as well as
regional academic research
facilities.
CSI: Lake City students will,
study the specifics of
biological processes.,, the
psyche of the criminal mind,
evidentiary collection
procedures, and the skills of


technical and scientific
evidence processing., These
college-credit courses have
been customized to
compliment one another and
ensure that students encounter
a coherent integration of.
biology and forensics. For
example, the week that
students learn about genetics in
S biology, they will be studying
DNA evidence in criminal
forensics. Scientific methods,
microscope and biological
chemistry will precede
collection of crime scene
evidence; ensuring, students
Shave the needed skill


foundation for critical inquiry.
CSI: Lake City students will
learn how to video and photo-
document crime scenes,
interpret ballistics evidence,
analyze trace evidence for
DNA, and interpret tool mark
evidence. They will utilize
sophisticated scientific
equipment; visit "virtual crime
scenes," online and in actual
crime labs; and work in teams
to solve complex problems that
rely on meticulous observation
and analysis of scientific
evidence. Students will be
allowed the time to explore
and manipulate ideas and
concepts within peer groups
and on their own, exploring the
"real world" implications of
biological, physical, and social
sciences.
This blending of biology and
forensics at LCCC draws on
years of successful education
for a large 'portion of the
state's law enforcement
workforce. With ever
increasing Homeland Security
demands, a state-of-the-art
understanding of law
enforcement and scientific
inquiry has taken on
immeasurable significance.
LCCC has developed strong
partnerships with the Florida
Department ; of Law
Enforcement and local
outstanding criminal
investigation professionals.
Students Will be accompanied
during all crime scene
processing exercises by an
experienced law enforcement
officer. These investigation
professionals will serve as
coaches and mentors for the
learning process.
During the final week, CSI:
Lake City students will
participate in a competitive
team analysis of criminal
evidence. Each of the teams
will encounter their own mock
"crime scene" and will 'be
required to thoroughly
observe, collect, document,
and process the evidence. The
teams will then analyze the
evidence, prepare technical
reports and presentations, and
produce a clear explanation of
how the "crime" took place.
During the final da\ of the
program, each team will
present the findings .of their
investigation., as well as the
team generated. "solution" to
'the crime:. Team presentations
;w i~l,l,.. ...ble r,g -aid ed *- 'i rh @ ,
IcbmorrIpediVt'v'&l" jU-3gea ', 'fV't "
awards and' honors. Parents
will be invited, as well as local
law enforcement professionals,
field trip site sponsors, college
faculty and administrators and
local media representatives. A
special invitation will be
-.extended to Governor- Jeb
Bush to share in this
culmination of .the 2006
Governor's Summer Program.
LCCC places a high priority)
on preparing residents for a
technologically sophisticated
future. The College's Math
and Science Teacher's (NlaST)
program was awarded funding
from the National Science
Foundation and has earned
recognition from the Phi Theta
Kappa academic professional
honor society. The CSI- Lake
City program ill emploN
these proven and effective
MaST instructional principles..
CSI: Lake City students will
alsorbenefit from the recently:
awarded. Hewlett Packard
Technology for .Teaching
Leadership grant This
competitive program, a%\arded
to ten exemplary colleges and'
universities throughout the
nation. recognized the
innovative integration of
wireless technology within the
classroom. As ,a part of this
grant award, CSI:. Lake City
participants will receive a
wireless HP Tablet PC for
personal use on campus during'
the program, allowing them to
become familiar with cutting-
: edge wireless technology.
.: The CSI: Lake:. City
participants will earn seven
college-level credits in General
Biology I with Lab and
Criminal Investigation and
': Crime Lab Techniques. There
Swill be no cost to the student,
aside from the expense of
,,lunches brought from home or
Purchased in the LCCC Lobo
Caf6., The Governor's
Summer Program grant funds
. :.will suppl\ transportation for,
students from Baker, Dixie,
SGilchrist and Union counties


and purchase, necessary books
'and. supplies for all
participants. LCCC has
committed the use of all
college facilities, and is
providing professor wages as a
'contribution toward the
program.
LCCC program facilitator
will be visiting the district high
schools to discuss the program
with school representatives,
students,- and parents in the
near future. For more
information, call Boice at
(386) 754-4251 or e-mail at
boicec @ lakecitycc.edu.


Wildfire season
forecast
Current conditions around
Florida:
The state experienced
neutral ENSO conditions again
this year as well as a record-
breaking hurricane season.
Due to the active hurricane
season, several areas received
above normal amounts of
precipitation in the summer
and fall months. Most cities
received normal to above
normal amounts of rainfall for
the year with the exception of
Tampa, which ended the year
with a slight deficit. Most
rainfall occurred during the
early hurricane season and
conditions dried out
significantly in the latter part
of the fall season. The state
mean KBDI on December 31
was 230, and 6 counties were
reporting values above 400.
Most of those counties are
located in South Florida which
is experiencing dry conditions.
According to the U.S. Drought
Monitor, no areas in the state
are experiencing drought
conditions at this time.
Long-range outlook:
The outlook for the next
three months is for the current
weak neutral ENSO pattern to
persist. Although neutral
conditions are difficult to
forecast wildfire seasons from,.
there is a correlation between
fire activity and neutral ENSO
if the Pacific North American
(PNA) teleconnection pattern
is positive.
At this time, this is the case.
The atmosphere is more likely
to be affected by these shorter
term oscillations during neutral
conditions so we will continue
to monitor the PNA and other
patterns to help anticipate
periods of fire activity.
Warmer and drier than average
conditions are expected to
continue for portions of the
Southeast. Florida can expect
warmer than average
temperatures and below
normal amounts of
precipitation through the,
winter months. This dryness 'is
forecast to persist into the
spring as well.

Summary:
Longer-term outlooks appear
to support periods of dry.-
condi.ti.o9l:,Q%-it)nuing into the,
spring and above normal
rainfall and above normal
temperatures for the summer
season of 2006. Fire activity in
the Southeast 'is likely to
increase when the neutral
ENSO conditions are
superimposed on positive PNA
patterns.
These forecasts are produced
quarterly. The next forecast
"ill be the first week in April.
Should there,be any questions,
please contact' Deborah Hanle\
at (850) 413-7172.


Experience

Works serves

older workers,
.Are you 55 years of age or
over and living on a fixed
income? Are vou looking for


underground utility lines and
cables and loss of services to
businesses and the public.
, Unfortunately, damage and
sometimes personal injuries do
occur because companies fail
to call Sunshine State One
Call two full business days
before they start a project that
involves excavation.
Remember to call before you
dig.

Three Rivers
Legal offers
services
Three Rivers Legal Services
will meet with potential'
clients at the Bradford County
Courthouse in Starke from
1:30-3 p.m. on the first and
third Wednesday of each
month. The next dates for the
service will be on Wednesdays,
Nov. 2 and 16.
For the past 25 years, Three
Rivers Legal Services has'
provided civil legal assistance
to low income residents of 12
counties in North Central
Florida, including Bradford and
Union counties. Assistance
includes advice, brief services
and/or representation in a
variety of civil matters,
including landlord/tenant,
public benefits, consumer
issues, domestic violence and
family safety.
Three Rivers currently serves
the residents of. Bradford
County with initial contact
made through telephone
appointments or travel into
Gainesville. With new space
created by the expansion of the
Bradford, County Courthouse
and approval of filing fee funds
directed to Three Rivers,
attorneys will once again be on
site for interviews and working
with clients.
Three Rivers Legal Services
is a federally and privately
funded local nonprofit
organization based in
Gainesville with a second
office in Lake City, It is
funded for the sole purpose 'of
providing free civil legal
services to low incoihe,
eligible clients. Clients must
meet federal poverty guidelines
and cases must fall within the
program priorities set by the


Be SIMAfRT :

about your

health,..
The Self-Managing
Awareness Rural Team
(SMART) provides free
education to people in Bradford
or Union counties who have
diabetes or high blood
pressure.
-The grant-funded program is
not aimed at low income,
people, but at almost all
patients with diabetes or high
blood pressure. The free
program provides information
that will allow the patient to
better manage his or her own
health.
For more information, call
Lake Butler Hospital at (386)
496-0973.


employment opportunities? If
so, Experience Works
(formerly Green Thumb) is
here to help you. ....
A national nonprofit
organization, Experience
Works. is best known as ,^ -:. li '
America's oldest and largest a !t-_S S
provider of "mature" worker
employment and' .training B"l.g S pply
services. America's population
is aging and mature workers .
are in demand. workers ackson
Bradford County residents
can take advantage of this free BUILDING SUPPLY
opportunity to assist them in hereQali&SecereaFamiradn.
gaining competitive job skills
and in locating employment. TARKE
To complete a preapplication, US 301 S. STARKE
contact the Alachua Career 964-6078
Center at (352) 955-2245, ext.
106.
For more information / 145 SW 6TH AVE
concerning the Experience LAKE BUTLER
Works program, contact
Shirley Moxley Monday- 496-3079
through Thursday at the
number given above.
SYou can also fill out an
application at the Bradford
Career Center in Starke, 609. ..
N. Orange St.; (904) 964- Ha- ruling
8092. '


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Sunshine State Ohe Cail of
Florida, Inc. wants a message
sent to everyone in Florida.
That message is "call before
you dig." There is a Florida
law that requires, anyone doing
any digging anywhere in the
state to first call Sunshine
State One Call at (800) 432-
4770. The company's goal is
to prevent costly damages to


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B.P., a female child, bom on July 17,
1990 in Alachua County, Florida, and
D.P. a male child, born on July 22,
AA RP offers 1992 in Alachua County, Florida, and
for permanent commitment of the
children to the Department of
driving course Children and Services for subsequent
adoption. You are hereby
AARP offers two-day, four- commanded to be and appear before
hour classroom instruction to the Honorable Stan R. Morris, Judge
refine driving skills and of the Circuit Court, at Lake Butler,
develop defensive driving Union County, Florida on the 3rd day
develop defensiveof May, 2006 at 9:30 A.M. for an
techniques. The cost is $10 and Advisory Hearing.
there are no tests, plus a three- You must personally appear on the
year certificate qualifies date and at the time specified.
graduates for an automobile YOUR FAILURE TO PERSONALLY
graduates for an automobile APPEAR AT THE ADVISORY
insurance discount. HEARING CONSTITUTES
Classes will be offered in CONSENT TO THE.
Gainesville on March 9-10 TERMINATION OF PARENTAL
RIGHTS TO THE CHILD AND
from 9 a.m, to. 1 p.m. A PERMANENT COMMITMENT.
Hawthorne class will take You will permanently lose all legal
place on March 13-14 from 1-5 rights as a parent to the children, B.P.
p Mand D.P., named in the petition for
p.m. termination of parental rights and for
For more information and to permanent commitment for
register, call (352) 333-3036. 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
|LEG A LS WITNESS my hand as the clerk of
said Court and the Seal therefore, this
9th day of March, 2006.
REGINA PARRISH
TAX DEED #: 63i2006-TD-0001 CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
NOTICE OF APPLICATION BY: Diane Waters
FOR TAX DEED. Deputy Clerk
NOTICE IS HEREBY. GIVEN, that JAMES A. KIRKPATRICK,
Ivol and Dale Dicks, the holders) of ESQUIRE
the following certificate have filed 1250 Andrews Circle
said certificate for a tax deed to be Starke, Florida 32091-2132
issued thereon. The certificate Telephone: (904) 964-1566
number and year of issuance, the Fax: (904) 964-1569
description of the property, and the Ra. Bar No. 0599700
names in which it was assessed are '3/16 4tehg. 4/6
' as follows:. '- I
CERTIFICATE #: 51 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
YEAR OF ISSUANCE: 1999 EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY: THE STATE OF FLORIDA IN AND
11-06-18-00-000-0023-0 FOR UNION COUNTY CIRCUIT
COMMENCE at the Southeast CIVIL CASENO. 63-2005-CA-0092
corner of the SE 1/4 of NE 1/4 of WACHOVIA BANK, NATIONAL
Section 11, Township 6 South, Range ASSOCIATION, formerly known as
18 East and thence run West 325 feet, FirstUnion National Bank, successor
thence run North.525 feet for a Point by merger with First Union National
of Beginning: From the Point of Bank of Florida.
Beginning thus described, continue Plaintiff,
North 420 feet, thence run West 210 ,
feet, thence run South 420 feet, and MARY ANN WILLIAMS; DANIEL L.
thence run East 210 feet to the Point WILLIAMS; UNITED STATES OF
of Beginning, containing 2 acres, AMERICA; etal.,
more or less, TOGETHER with an Defendants.
easement for ingress and egress NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
over and across the West 75 feet of SALE
the East 400 feet of the SE 1/4 of NE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
1/4. pursuant to a Summary Final
THIS DEED is given subject to nghts Judgment of Foreclosure dated
of way and easements now in use March 15, 2006, and entered in Case
whether or not disclosed of record No. 63-2005-CA-0092 of the Circuit
and also subject to the Land Use Noutor Union County,-Fiorida, will
Plan. Courtfor Union County, Florida, I will
NAME IN WHICH ASSESSED: sell to the highest and best bidder for
Pauline J. Roberts SESSED cash at thefront lobbyofthe Union
Said property being in the County of County Courthouse, 55 West Main
Union, State of Florida. Unless such Street, Lake Butler; florida,at ,:00
certificate shall be redeemed a.m. on the 20th day.of, April, 2006,
according to the law the property the following described proper yas
described in sqch certificate will be set forth in said Summary Final
sold to the highest bidder in the Judgment: th
Courthouse lobby at 11:00 a.m., the Lots 1and2, Block 1, except the.
13th day of April. 2006. ", North 50.00 feet thereof and except
Dated iis 2nd day of March. 2006. the Southi70.00 feetfthereof, as shown
.Regina.N. Parish in the original Platof Lake Butler, Plat
Clerk of Circuit Court' Book 1, P age 9, otfthe public records
Union County, Florida of Union County, Florida.
Persons with disabilities requesting TOGETHER WITH all the
reasonable accommodations to improvements now or hereafter
participate in this proceeding should erected on the property, and all
contact (386) 496-3711. easements, rights, appurtenances,
o3/9 4tchg. 3/30 rents, royalties, mineral, oil and gas
S4 rights and profits, water rights and
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE stock and all fixtures now orhereafter
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN attached to the propeAmerrty
AND FOR UNION COUNTY In accordance with the Americans
FLORIDA JUVENILEDIVISIOUNTY, withDisabilitiesAct, persons with
S CASE NO: 63-2004-DP-0041 disabilities needing a special
IN THE INTEREST OF: accommodation to participate in this
B. P. (F)DOB: 07/17/1990 proceeding should contact the
D. P. (M) DOB: 07/22/1992 individual or agency sending notice
Minor Children no later than seven days prior to the
NOTICE OF SUIT FOR I proceeding. If hearing impaired,
TERMINATION (TDD) 1-800-955-8771, or Voice (V)
OF PARENTAL RIGHTS AND 1-800-955-8770, via Florida Relay
FOR PERMANENT Service.
FOR PERMANENTFOR WITNESS my hand arid the seal of
SUBSEQUENT ADOPTION this Court on March 16,2006.
,THE STATE OF FLORIDA REGINA H. PARRISH
TO: GEORGEANNA A. BREWER Clerk of the Cir Court
RESIDENCE UNKNOWN deputy Clerk
Last Known address: Gerl D Davi. s quire r
715 WestMain Street, Apt 189 Gerald D. Da:v, Esquire. .11, "
Lake Butler, Florida 32054 ren ei& ,
You are hereby notified that a petition Frye, ONeill & Mullis, P.A.
200 Central Avenue, Suite 1600
under oath has been filed in the St. Petersburg, FL 33701
above-styled Court for the (727) 896-7171
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BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor
Old tires may begin piling
up in the region but it won't
be at the New River Regional
Landfill.
The landfill has stopped
accepting old tires until a new
way to get rid of them has
been discovered.
"Waste tires have become a
big issue, not just for New
River but for our counties and
the entire state of Florida," said
the landfill's executive director,
Darrell O'Neal.
The crisis relates to the lack
of ways to process the tires and
comply with environmental
law. Three years ago, there
were around half a dozen
different outlets for the tires
accepted at the landfill, but that
number has been reduced in the
state of Florida and disposal is
heavily regulated, O'Neal said.
"As the end use gets
regulated and they (disposal
facilities) have.to control the
number of tires coming in, the
number is backing up
throughout the state," he said.
I Eight neighboring counties
he's contacted are experiencing
the same problem.
Waste tires must be disposed
of in an approved facility, and
there is a limit to, the number
of tires that can be stored
before processing, which has
resulted in the current
moratorium.
In 2005, the landfill accepted
250 tons of tires, most of
which went to a processor in
Georgia, but the last time that
processor was able to accept a
transfer was Noveniber. A
transfer of ownership of that
company. is complicating
matters.
Calls for assistance from
others have gone unanswered.
"We cannot exceed what our
permit says we can store here,"
O'Neal said. "We cannot accept,
any from' citizens, we cannot
accept any from counties. We.
have no way to store them."
Because he said "something
has to give," O'Neal will
conduct a. search of allt
companies that' may be
interested in taking tires fromt
the landfill, and he asked the
bbard for authority to entered
into multiple contracts.
Board may
partner with
Clay or Citrus
The board directed staff to
further investigate inquiries"


Ombudsman
Council seeks
volunteers
The North Central Florida
Long-Term Care Ombudsman
.. Council is a group of
concerned citizens whose goal
is to improve the quality of
life and 'care for people who
live in licenses long-term care
facilities such as nursing
homes, assisted li ing
facilities adult family care
homes and long-term care units
in hospitals. A trained,
certified volunteer ombudsman
is given authority under
Florida law to identify,
investigate and resolve'
complaints made by, or on'
behalf of,. long-term care
facility residents.
The North Central Florida
Long-Term Care Ombudsman
Council serves residents in II
counties, including Alachua,
Bradford and Union. The
ombudsman's job is to
advocate, defend and protect the
rights of residents and assure
that residents receive fair
treatment and quality care by
investigating and resolving
complaints, visiting each
facility to evaluate conditions
\ and to conduct annual
inspections.
The council is seeking
qualified and caring volunteers
to serve residents in the 11-
county area. For more
information, please contact
Jodv Dolsben-v at (352) 955-
5015 or (888) 831-0404.


YES
employers..

wanted
Youth Employment Start, or
'the YES program, is looking
for employers who are
interested in helping Bradford
County youth by hiring and
mrentoring them for their first
employment experience.
During their work
experience, students will have


from Clay and Citrus counties
about disposal at the New
River Regional Landfill.
"Both of them are similar in
* the fact that what they are
looking for is someone to
operate their transfer facility,
make arrangements for
transportation and disposal,"
O'Neal said.
Clay is developing a request
for proposals from interested
facilities, but New River has
never responded to such a
request, O'Neal said.
The- landfill's arrangements
with outside.counties are made
by interlocal agreement, and
O'Neal said Clay was told
landfill staff might be willing
to sit down to discuss the
proposal and gauge interest for
the' development of an
interlocal agreement. That
would need to happen quickly
before Clay releases its RFP.
Unlike Clay. Citrus' RFP
would include a three ,phase
proposal to construct a transfer
facility, operate the facility and
transport waste, and dispose of
that waste. The county is
interested in any proposal to do
all or a portion of that work.
Clay's proposal, being all
inclusive, would require more
effort and the addition of staff.
Some felt it might be more
than New River is prepared to
undertake, particularly in light
of regional growth, but the
board gave O'Neal a green
light to negotiate on both
fronts.
O'Neal said he didn't want
the opportunity to come and
go without some exploration.
He doesn't think, however, it
would be in the landfill's best
interest to partner with both
counties, he said. Perhaps one,
but not both,
Cell 5
progress slows
Past cell construction
proposals haven't seen as
many requests for additional
information from the Florida
Department of Environmental
Protection as the proposal for
the fifth cell.has, O'Neal said.
The additional information
requests hae delayed receipt of
the construction permit and
raised several critical issues.
Among them is the concern
that .delays will push
construction. into the
upcoming hurricane season.
"We were hoping to put
down liner in March, April at
the latest," O'Neal said. Now
it looks like the landfill won't
have the permit it needs until


a chance to learn from you by
experiencing a true work,
environment. You will be
giving the )outh of Bradford
County the opportunity to
enhance their work ethic and
improve their self-image.
YES provides the following
services. '
s Paid and unpaid ,work.
experiences.
Tutoring and study skills.

Want a high-
paying
career?
If you want a chance to earn
high wages, \ou need to check
out the various career training
opportunities available at the
Bradford-Union Vo-Tech in
Starke.
MasonrN, commercial truck
driving, diesel engine repair,
welding and many oiher career
choices are a% ailable.
Call (904) 966-6764 to find
out more.


Tired of
telephone
marketers?
The Federal Trade
Commission reminds
consumers that the National
Do Not Call Registry has
accepted personal cell phone
and home phone number
registrations since it opened for
consumer registrations in June
2003. There is no deadline, to
register a home or cell.phone
number on the registry.
To. register '.a telephone
number, or to file a complaint,
consumers should visit
www.donotcall.gov or call
(888) 382-1222 ITTY: (866)
290-42361.
Consumers registering a
phone number online, will he
asked to provide i valid e-makil
address to '- which a
confirmation of the registration
will ,be sent. A registration is
not complete. until the


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consumer clicks on the link in
this e-mail.
Consumers, registering by
phone must call from, the
phone number they wish' to
register. .,..

April 26
Join members for the
Bradford-Union Prevenion
Task Force for a brihg-your-
own bro'n bag lunch on
Wednesday, April 26, at noon.
The task force, which works to
address the issues of. child
abuse, domestic : violence
prevention and foster
parenting, meets monthly at
First Presbyterian Church of
Starke, 921 E. Call St.


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June or July.
Graduate students at the
University of Florida are also
on hold since part of the
application called for additional
bioreactor research.
Engineer Frank Darabi said
DEP wants to enforce stricter
requirements on leakage
because the award-winning
liner system has proven so
successful.
The system more than meets
current standards, but if a
stricter standard is enforced and
the system fails, the landfill
would have to begin remedial
action. For that reason, Darabi
said he is willing to
compromise on the standard,
but not accept one as strict as
DEP is suggesting.
DEP also wants a spotter on
the ground to screen the waste
being disposed of in the
landfill, but because there is
always heavy equipment
behind the garbage trucks to
quickly compact the load,
O'Neal said a spotter would be
at risk.
Landfill receives
clean audit
Tim Coleman of Douglas,
Douglas and Farnsworth
delivered a clean audit of the
landfill's accounting practices
to the board for the prior year.
There was a vast improvement
in documenting its purchasing
arrangements, Coleman said.
The sole suggestion was that
the board try to earn interest at
a higher rate by reconsidering
where it invests its funds.,
The board discussed moving
'its closure escrow to the State
Board of Administration's
Local Government Investment
Pool,: where the current rate of
return is 4.55 percent. The
average currently received on
the landfill's investments is
1.7 percent.
Total assets exceeded
liabilities by nearly $22
million, almost $13 million
may be used to meet the
landfill's obligations to
customers, members, creditors
and escrows.
Total assets increased by
$596,204, but that wais a $1.7
million decrease over the
previous fiscal year caused b3 a
-loss of waste ^from Alachua
County, which was diverted by
its hauler to another landfill,
and amended future
construction costs.
The landfill recorded an
additional $2.1 million in
future closing and monitoring
costs and incurred $166,025 in
net debt in purchasing
equipment, but paid back
$586,000 during the year,
bringing the total debt increase
,to.$1.7 million for 2005.


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of month
The city of Lake Butler city
commission meets the second
Monday of month beginning at
5:15 p.m. Commissioners meet
in the commission's chambers
inside city hall located at 200
S. W. 1" Street in Lake Butler.
For more information, call
(386) 496-3401.


Older
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to seniors in Union County.


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support and congregate meals
are just some of the many
services the program offers.
Fro more information about
the program, contact the
Suwanee River Economic
Council at (386) 496-2342.


Dial a Story
available to
children
Young children of Union
County are invited to call Dial
a Story. Children can hear a
story by calling (386) 496-
2542. Dial a 'Story is free
telephone service provided by
the Union County Public
Library. Stories are geared
toward children ages 12 and
younger. Stories are changed
weekly. For more information,
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UCHS Class of
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The Union County high
School Class of 1986 will have
a planning meeting for its 20
year reunion Anyone
interested in helping with
planning is encouraged to
.attend. For more information,
contact Jordaina Bridges at
(386) 496-2816.

Historical
Society to meet
The Union County Historical
Society will have its regular
monthly meeting on Monday,
April 24, beginning at 7 p.m.
The meeting will take place at
the Marjorie Driggers Museum
located inside the Townsend
Building on Main St: in Lake
Butler. For more information,
call (386) 496-3044.






March 30, 2006 UNION COUNTY TIMES Page 7A


Volunteer
opportunities are
available during
'Festival
Volunteer opportunities are available
during the Strawberry Festival which,
this year. will be held Saturday and
Sunday. April 22 and 23.
Volunteers can meet many people
and have lots of fun.
Some part-time paid positions arc
also available for survey takers during
the event.
Please call Main Street Starke, Inc. at
904-964-5278 if you are interested in
volunteer or paid positions.





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April 11, 2006
10:00 P.M.
Santa Fe Community College,
Andrews Cultural Building
Speaker: J. Susan Parker,
Community Assistance Consultant
NE Regional Office, Fla. Division of Historical Resources
This event is open to the public.
If you live in the city of Starke and you are interested
in the preservation of our historic sites and
properties, please join us.


Attention businesses on Call Street!
Do you have an island strip of grass
in front of your building?
Would you like to have yours landscaped?
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for you. The cost is $100.00 for the entire
island to be completed. Please call for
details. 904-964-5278


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Lake Butler Hospital trains to treat contaminated patients Tribute Gift
Program


Employees at Lake Butler
Hospital Hand Surgery Center
completed a 16-hour hospital
first receiver decontamination
course this honth.
The training, w\ch included
both classroom work and
timed drills, prepared response
teams for scenarios ranging
from a single person exposure
to battery acid, to a mass
casualty exposure, to
biological warfare agents.
"Training and drills are very
important," said Pam Howard,
hospital CEO. "The more you
practice, the more chances you
get to work through kinks and
become comfortable with the
process and equipment, which
are key to quick response
times in an actual event."
The final training drill for
LBH was notification that
workers at the local post office
had been exposed to anthrax
and would be traveling to the
hospital in their personal
vehicles.
"The response team did a
great job," said Ralph Butcher,
Burgess and Assoc. 'es-Hot
Zone USA trainer. "They had
the hospital locked down and
were dressed out .with. the
- -decofitamiination 'tent and
staging cones up and ready to
receive patients within eight
minutes of fthe call being
placed to the hospital."-
LBH completes training on
an annual basis and continues
to run drills throughout the
year.
"As the only hospital in
Union County, it is our
responsibility to be ready to
provide the best .care possible
'o our residents in any
unfortunate event," said
Toward.


Top left: Tammy Keho and
Jill Fulgham stand ready
to decontaminate anyone
who needs to be.

Top right: Union County
EMT Mitch Andrews
escorts Pat Robinson to
the decontaminatiori area.
Both were required to be
treated for the exercise.


The back parking lot of the hospital was usea to perform me drill. Participants were
required to complete all tasks just as if it were the real thing.


Second Chance lands a helping hand


The Second Chance Ministry, a ministry o,f the Sanderson Christian Revival Center,
helps those who need household items such as furniture, bedding, appliances and
even vehicles. The group was formed by the church's pastor Duwayne Bridges. "God
has just laid it on my heart that this is the type of ministry I was to undertake,"
Bridges said. Pictured above is the group delivering a king size bed to a resident of
,Lake Butler Apartments. Pictured form I-r are Evangelist George McGregor, Ima Jean
Rogers, Jordiana Bridges, the pastor's wife and Pastor Bridges. If you would like to
donate items to the ministry, contact DuWayne at (386) 965-0127.


Town of WS
meets first
Tuesday of_
month
The town of 'Worthington
Springs holds its monthly\
meeting of the first Tuesday of
each month ai the Worthington
Springs Volunteer Fire
Department beginning at 7
p.m. The station is located on
SiR, 121 in Worthington
Springs.

Three Wishes Inc. makes available
power (electric) wheelchairs to
senior citizens and the permanently
disabled at no cost to the recipient,
if they qualify The power
wheelchairs are provided to those
who cannot walk and cannot self-
propel a manual wheelchair in their
home, and who meet the additional
guidelines of the program No
' deposit is required. Call toll free.
S (800) 817-1871, to see if you
qualify.


Organization
founded to
,:serve

nonprof its
A chapter of the nation's
largest professional association
of fund-raising .professionals
has been : established in
Gainesville and will serve
Alachua, Bradford and
surrounding counties.
The Arredondo Chapter of
the Association of Fundraising
Professionals has obtained
official status and is recruiting
new members amongst those
involved in fund-raising for
nonprofit organizations
(including executive directors,
chief operating officers and
volunteers).
Those interested in
membership or wanting more
information should contact
Jennifer Glymph, executive


director, Volunteer Center. of
Alichua County, and
membership committee chair
"Joining AFP is an
investment not only in
yourself but also in the
organization you % ork for.,"
stated Michelle Hinson,
director of development for the
Institute for Public Relations
and current chapter president.
"Whether you're a : paid
professional or a,volunteer, the
networking and professional
development opportunities
provided by AFP and the
Arredondo Chapter will provide
knowledge and insights about
fund-raising that will serve the
indi idual and the organization
% ell for years to come."


Others serving as officers of
the Arredondo Chapter include:
Vice President Jennifer Jeffres,
unit executive director,
American Cancer Society;
Secretary Amy Davis, fiscal
and operations coordinator,
ACORN Clinic; and Treasurer
William W. Yarick, CFRE,
president, Yarick &
Associates.
Program topics for the year
include: e-philanthrop). donor:
loyalty, ethics and strategic
planning to lower fund-raising
costs.
I The Association of
Fundraising Professionals
represents 27,000 members in
more than 170; chapters.
throughout the. world, working
to advance. philanthropy,
through advocacy, research,
education and certification
programs.
For more information,
contact at Hinson at (352) 392-
0280 (or e-mail mhinson
@jou.ufl.edu), or call Glvmph
(352) 378-2552 (e-mail
jglymph @bellsouth.net).


GAL looking
for guardian
angels
The .Eighth Judicial Circuit
Guardian ad Litem Program is
currently representing more
than 900 children who ha'e
been abused or neglected and
are involIed in the Dependency
Court process. .Most of them
have been removed from their
parents' custody and are living
in a foster home ,or with,
relatives. All of them- want to
have as normal- a- -life 'as
Possible while going through
this traumatic time. The
majority miss out on field
trips, school sports
participation, camp and many
other activities due to financial
lack.
If you would like to make a


Call J.G. Wentworth's .
Annuity Purchase Program J.G.WENTWORTH.
866-FUND-549. ANNUrrY PURCHASE PROGRAM


difference in a child's life and
don't have time to be a
Guardian ad Litem volunteer,
the Guardian Angels Program
is for you. A Guaidian Angel
w ill sponsor a child financially
to help' provide the "extras"
that will help brighten up their
life.
There is no requirement of
how much you have to'spend.
For more information about
this exciting new. program;
please contact' Clarkson
Cantrell at (352) 374-3656.


NRSWA to
meet April 13
The New River Solid Waste
Association, the governing
board of the New River
Regional Landfill in Raiford,
% %ill meet again on Thursday,
.April 13, at 5:30 p.m. in the
boardroom at the landfill.
The association is comprised
of county commissioners from
Bradford. Baker and Union
counties, and its meetings are
open to the public. Agendas
,are available in advance. For
'more information, -call (386)
431-1000.


helps patients
A small rural hospital is
always in need of more funding
than it has and Shands at
Starke is no exception. The
Tribute Gift Program allows
anyone in the community to
help meet the needs of a large
number of patients who use
the hospital.
Funds donated through the
Tribute Gift Program are used
to supplement other funding to
purchase needed equipment,
expand the number of
"community outreach"
programs (providing
educational programs related to
health care) and defray costs of
medical care for people who are
unable to pay.
The Tribute Gift Program
can be made in memory of or
in honor of a loved one or
respected friend. It can be made
to recognize any special
occasion, as a get well wish
for a patient, etc.
Shands at.Starke will notify
the person or organization of
your choice about your
donation. Just indicate that you
want this done and provide the
address.
There are two ways a gift
can be made. One is to earmark
it to be used in the area of
greatest need. The other is to
earmark it for the Lillian
Stump Endowment Fund.
Stump is a longtime
member of the Shands at
Starke hospital auxiliary who
has volunteered a lot of time
and money to benefit the
patients. She donated a
substantial amount to act as
the basis for the endowment
fund.
All donations to the Tribute
Gift Program are charitable
contributions 'and are tax
deductible. If you would like to
donate, send a check with name
and address of the donor clearly
indicated. Make the check
payable to Shands at Starke.
Indicate if the donation is
being made in memory of or in
honor of someone. Indicate if
the donation should be made to
the Lillian Stump Endowment
Fund. Send the check to the
Shands at Starke Auxiliary,
Tribute Gift Program, 922 E. --.
Call St., Starke, FL 32091.


Host an
exchange
student
The PAX Exchange Program-n
offers your family the
opportunity to share your'daily
life with an international
exchange student for a semester
or school year.
PAX students haie their
own spending money and
insurance and just need a
supportive family
environment, a place to sleep'
and study and family meals.
For further information, call
PAX community coordinator
Dawn Brown at- (-386) 496-
9783.


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



Sweat, Gault show top pigs at this year's fair
-'Sporting Chancesponsored the


Zachary Sweat, an FFA
member, and Dylan Gault, a 4-
H member, showed the top two
pigs during the swine sale at
this year's Bradford County
Fair.
Sweat's pig, which weighed
275 pounds, was the grand
champion and home grown
grand champion. It sold for
$6.50 per pound to Custom
Computer Services (Tim
Giebeig), PVC (Bill Wilson)
and Roberts Land and Timber.
Gault's 269-pound pig,
which was the reserve grand
champion and home grown
reserve grand champion, sold
for $19.50 per pound to W.E.
Gault, Tommy Balkcom,
Framing Unlimited (John
Crawford), Florida Pest
Control (Joe Reichert), Sylvia
Reddish, Billy Gault and
Starke City Commissioner
Larry Davis.
The grand champion trophy
was sponsored by Thomas
Auto Parts and the reserve
grand champion trophy was
sponsored by Roberts Land



Lawtey
Baptist hosts
extravaganza
April 8
The Lawtey Baptist
Academy will host the
Bradford Spring Extravaganza
on Saturday, April- 8, at the
Bradford County Fairgrounds.
The event is set to last from
11 'a.m. to 8 p.m. A giant yard
sale at the fairgrounds will also
be open at 7 a.m.
Inflatable games, paintball
and rides will be part of the
event for everyone in the
county to enjoy the last day of
their spring .break. Meals..will,
be sold throughout the day.
A country store and silent
auction will be held, and
fireworks will be the grand
finale after-8 p.m.


Fall from

truck injures

inmate

BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor
An inmate, was severely
injured while. at work for the
city of Lawtey on Friday
morning. March 24.
T%\ent)-fihe-year-old Jeffrey
R. Webster was riding on the
running board of a city garbage
truck when he fell off and was
run over by the truck's left rear
tires. According to the Florida.
HighwaN Patrol report, the
truck was traveling north on
Pine Street at an idle speed
when Webster fell and the
truck ran over his midsection.
As of Tuesday morning,
Webster, wvho is serving a
seven-year sentence at Lawtey
Correctional Institution on
multiple counts of grand theft
and burglary in Escambia
County, was listed as stable.
Taken. to Shands Jacksonville
following the accident,
Webster is awaiting surgery.
According to Lawtey City
Clerk Lisa Harley, the surgery
/ will address several injuries,
including multiple fractures
and a detached bladder. That
surgery will take place when
he is strong enough, said
Hadley, who has been calling
for regular updates.
The garbage truck was driven
by Daniel "Lit" Phillips, 64,
one of the. city's most well-
known hand well-liked
employees and volunteers. He
is husband. to Cit~
Councilwoman Jeanette
Phillips. Harley said he has
been on vacation since the
incident and told her he didn't
know if he would ever be able
to drive that truck again, so
upset was he by the accident.
It is unknown why Webster
fell from the truck, but he was
a relatively new inmate to the
city, Harley said, having only
started a few weeks ago.
Inmate workers had been
pulled from the cit) of Lawtey
as of Tuesday, pending an
imnestigation. 'Phillips was


charged with permitting an
occupant to ride on the exterior
of a vehicle.


and Timber. Chuck and
Brenda Parrish sponsored the
belt buckles awarded to each
winner.
Complete sale results were


not available at press time.
Union County
,Superintendent of Schools
Carlton Faulk and his wife,
Nadine, sponsored the home


grown grand champion trophy,
while Danny and Debbie
Thomas sponsored the home
grown reserve grand champion
trophy.


Katie Williams took first
place in senior (14 and up)
showmanship. Alvarez
Plumbing sponsored the trophy
and $100 cash prize, while


Sporting Chance sponsored the
belt buckle.


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Two charged
in farm
center
burglary
Two Union County men
were charged March 28 with
the March 19 burglary of the
Lake Butler Farm Center.
James Eric Blackwelder, 24,
of Worthington Springs and
Hank Isiah Todd, 33, of Lake
Butler were charged with
possession of a weapon by
convicted felon, criminal
mischief $1,000 or more,
burglary of dwelling, grand
theft and grand larceny of
firearm, according to Deputy
Mac Johns.
The Center was entered by a
side door that was kicked open
during the night, Deputy Johns
said. A cutting torch rig from
the business' welding and
repair shop was wheeled inside
the main building and used in
an attempt to cut open the
business' safe.
The safe was ruined by the
,cutting torch, but the suspects
did not 'gain entry, Deputy
Johns said.
Blackwelder and Todd are
charged with removing.
approximately 50 pairs of
cowboy blue jeans, other items
of clothing and footwear. A
Colt. 38 was also stolen
during the burglary, Deputy
Johns said.
Through an investigation,
Blackwelder and Todd were
identified as the suspects and
arrested. The gun was located,
Deputy Johns said. Neither
man nas confessed to, the'
burglary, Deputy Johns said.

Drug bust
nets two
Multiple agencies arrested
two individuals wheh the
executed a. search warrant
March 24 at 3681 Southeast_
S.R. 100 in Bradford.
Seized during the search were
several pounds of marijuana,
three ounces of cocaine, one-
half ounce of crack cocaine,
other illegal controlled
substances, firearms and
53.415 in cash.
.Asrested -'ere .grv~a- Lamar
Archer. 31, charged \with sale
in lieu of a controlled
substance, three counts of sale
and possession of crack
cocaine, according to Agent
Brian Davis. Archer sold
approximately 15.4 grams of
crack cocaine to an undercover
officer on Feb. 23 for $600.
The transaction occurred across
from Hope Baptist Church.
Agent Davis said..
'On Feb. 22, Archer sold
approximately 5.0 grams of a
white powderN substance to a
confidential source for $100.
Total bond on the charges
was.set at $800.000.
Also arrested was Kareem J.
Wanton, 29, Melrose on- a
charge of violation of
probation. Wanton was ordered
to ser1e 80 days for failing to
comply with an order to
complete drug/alcohol
counseling, according to
Deputy R. Watkins.
Participating in the search
were the Florida Department of
Law Enforcement Multi-
Agency Drug Task Force,
Bradford Sheriff assisted by the
Special Response Team and
members from the University
of Florida Police Department.

West Palm
man
arrested in
Lake Butler
A 21-year-old West Palm
Beach man was arrested March
24 in Lake Butler for vehicle
burglaries.
On March 23 between 9 p.m.
and midnight, four vehicle
burglaries were committed in
Providence, according to
Deputy Mac Johns. Two
Handguns, $750( in cash, credit
cards and several other items of
alue were stolen. Shortly after
midnight, a credit card stolen
from one of the burglaries was
used at a gas station in,
Ellisville. Video footage from
the station provided the
description of a vehicle and a
person using the card, Deputy
Johns said.


Jon Emery Scott was located
and found in possession of
items stolen from the
burglaries. During questioning
he confessed to committing the
burglaries. The cash and a few
of the. items were not
recovered, Deputy Johns said.
Scott was charged with,
possession of firearm 'by
con icted felon, burglary of
conveyance while armed andi
grand thet'. Deputy Johns said.,


Scott is on probation on
similar charges in Palm Beach
County.

Brooker mah
arrested in
Lake Butler
A Brooker man was arrested
March 23 in Lake Butler after
fleeing Bradford deputies.
A 1978 Buick, driven by a
man with a head covering on,
was travelling erratically at a
high rate of speed late
Thursday night, according to
Bradford Captain Michael
Burnette. When the Buick
refused to' stop for an
undercover officer, Union
County deputies were asked to
be on the lookout for the
vehicle.
The Buick was located in
Lake Butler at 11:11 p.m. and
ordered to stop by Deputy
Daniel Williams. The suspect,
Carl Laumor Foster, got out of
the vehicle and fled on foot
toward Dekle Cemetery. He
was captured when he was
stopped by a chain link fence.
Sgt. Raymond' Shuford
Responded and transported
Foster to the jail for booking.
He was charged with driving
while license suspended and
resisting an officer without
violence, Deputy Williams
said.
Numerous .22 bullets were,
found in the suspect's vehicle
during a search. The Buick was
turned over to the owner
(Foster's girlfriend).
A wanted person check
revealed that Foster. 40, .was.
wanted by Bradford, Alachua
and Putnam counties' for
violation of probation and
failure-to appear.

Fake bills
found on
Union man
A 32-year-old Lake Butler
man was arrested March 24 for
having counterfeit bills in his
possession.
Chadwick ,Mark Hoilman's
Chevrolet pickup truck was
stopped by Sgt. Raymond
Shu.prd-', 'or--; speeding 'd"ip '7
Worthington Springs He x\as
gi\en' a speeding-'citation hand
arrested for driving while e
license suspended.
'During a search of the truck,
Sgt. Shuford and Deputy Mac
Johns found a cigarette package
which contained $1,240 in
counterfeit bank bills.
Hoilman stated he received the'
money from a Jacksonville'
man. There was .nothing in.
the arrest report to indicate that
Hoilman had passed the fake
,bill's in the area.


Additional charges of dealing
in stolen property and
possession of a firearm by a
convicted felon are pending
further investigation, Deputy
Johns said.

Bradford man
charged with
robbing
victim
A 45-year-old Bradford
County man was arrested
March 26 for robbery.
Benny Morris is charged with
taking $153 from the victim
during a dispute over money
owed on a vehicle, according to
Deputy Aaron Black. Morris
used force, hitting the victim
in the head with his fist. He
then ripped the victim's wallet
from his' pants pocket and
removed the money,' Deputy
Black said. The incident
occurred just before midnight
March 25.
Bond on the charge was set at
$30,000.

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

Amanda Coristin, 26, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
March .22 by Clay Deputy R.
Hayes for aggravated battery
and leaving the scene. Coristin
is charged with striking the
victim %with a vehiclee
.following an argument. The
victim apparently threv\ a
bottle at Coristin's vehicle, at
which time Coristin allegedly
turned her vehicle around and
struck the victim and left the
scene, Deputy Hayes said. The
victim %was transported b
Rescue with unknown injuries.


Micah R. Bowden, 19, of
Starke was arrested March 26
by Starke Patrolman J.W.
Hooper for grand theft auto
after he took a vehicle
belonging to the victim
without permission.
Tyson Glen Frisbee, 25, of
Middleburg was arrested March
26 by Bradford Deputy Joseph
Jones for possession of
cannabis. Frisbee was seeit
smoking marijuana at the
Lawtey Mud Bog and taken
into custody, Deputy Jones
said.
Crystal Leanne Allen, 21, of
Glen St. Mary was arrested
March 26 by Bradford Sgt. Ray
White for disorderly
intoxication and resisting arrest
without violence. Allen started
a fight while in George's Bar
at 1:10 a.m. Once outside she
became very loud and
belligerent, causing a scene,
Sgt. White said. She yelled,
cursed and resisted by
stomping on his foot and
trying to bite him, Sgt. White
said. A $2,000 surety bond
was posted for her release from
custody.
Andrew Jackson Knight Jr.,
18, of Brooker was arrested
March 24 by Brooker Marshal
Tommie Raulerson for
criminal mischief. Knight is
charged with breaking a
wiridow in the victim's store.
Bond was set at $2,500
Scott Edward Campbell, 27,.
.of Jacksonville as arrested
March -22 by Starke Sgt.
Richard Crews for burglary,
theft and dealing in' stolen
property. Campbell is charged
% ith remo\ ing a cordless drill
from the victim's truck in
Starke and selling it for $5. A
bo\ of screws was also
removed from a shed and sold
to another individual. Sgt.
Crews said. Bond was set at
$15.000.


George
Hammontree.
%was arrested


Starke Sgt. Robert Melton for
felony petit theft. Hammontree
is charged with leaving Winn
Dixie with two nine-inch color
TV/DVDs without paying for
them, Sgt. Melton said. Total
value of the items was
$427.98. He was additionally
charged on a warrant from
Alachua for felony petit theft.
Total bond was set at $30,000.
Ike Shelley, 33, of Lawtey
was arrested March 22 by
Bradford Deputy Drew Moore
for possession of cocaine and
possession of drug
paraphernalia. Shelley was
questioned when he was found
walking on S.R. 200B just'
after midnight. He was charged
on a warrant from Clay
County for failure to appear
driving while license suspended
or revoked (DWLS). Drugs
were found during the arrest,
Deputy .Moore said. Total bond
was set at $25,002.
David King, 22, of Melrose
was arrested March 26 by
Orange Park officers for
trespass in structure.
A 15-year-old Keystone
. Heights student was charged
with battery March 22 after
striking the victim in the back
of the head. The defendant and
victim exchanged' obscene
language and hand gestures
while they were in gym class,
Deputy T. Strickland said. The
victim walked away after class,
but the defendant caught' up
with him and struck him.
Deputy Strickland said. The
Sjulenile %as given a notice to
appear on the charge.


John M. Brown, 53, of
Lawtey; was arrested March 24
by Lawtey Patrolman J.W.
Padgett for disorderly
intoxication. Brown smelled
strongly of an alcoholic
beverage when questioned in
the parking lot of Lawtey
Shell. He stated he had been
drinking and started yelling at
customers entering the store,
Patrolman Padgett said. He
was intoxicated to the point of
having to be assisted to stand
and. walk, Patrolman Padgett
said. Bond was set at $ 1,000.
Tiffany Michelle Wexler, 26,
of Keystone Heights was
arrested March 24 by Clay
deputies for retail theft. Wexler
is charged with concealing
merchandise valued at $28.50
on her person and leaving
Belk's at the Orange Park Mall
without paying for the items.
Wexler was also charged on a
warrant from Martin County
with failure to. appear DWLS.

Tanya Louise Green, 31, of
Lake City was arrested March
24 by Union Sgt. Raymond
Shuford on a 'warrant" from
Alachua for grand theft and a
warrant from Union for forgery
and fraud. Bond was set at
$5,000.
Mary Wisneski, 44, of
Macclenny was arrested March
23 by Starke Patrolman Mark
Lowery for violation of
probation possession of
cocaine from Baker County. A
$15,000 surety bond- was.
posted for her -release from
custody.


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CRIME


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

Raymond Charles Hill, 21,
of Starke was arrested March
26 by Bradford Deputy Aaron
Black for failure to appear petit
theft from Union County. A
$2,500 surety bond was posted
for his release from custody.
Kimberly Conner, 32, of
Melrose ws arrested March 22
by Bradford Deputy Sheri
Mann for violation of
probation failure to appear
petit theft. Bond was set at
$4,000.
Ted Bernard Curtis III, 26, of
Lake Butler was arrested March
25 by Union Deputy Donnie
Jones on a warrant for theft of
motor vehicle parts. Bond was
set at $5,000.
Christina Hall, 27, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
March 23 by Clay deputies on
a warrant.
James Eric Blackwelder, 24,
of Worthington Springs was
arrested March .27 by Union
Deputy Robert Manning on a
warrant for failure to register
motor vehicle and 'DWLS.
Bond was set at $5,000.
Ulysses Brinkley, 48, of
Jacksonville was arrested
March 23 by Union Deputy
.James Larson on warrant for
failure to appear worthless
'checks after his vehicle was
stopped at 11:30 p.m. for
speeding. A .$4,000 surety
bond was posted for his release
from custody.
Christopher Dewayne
Alexander, 33, of Lake Butler
was arrested March 22 jby
Union Deputy Mindy Goodwin
for violation of felony
'probation with no bond.


for failure to appear on a
traffic-related charge with no
bond.
Levem Chandler, 47 of
Starke was arrested March 22
after testing positive for
cocaine, by probation officers
for violation of probation
purchase controlled substance.
Ryann Howard, 23, of Starke
ws 'arrested March 21 by
Deputy Mann on a Clay
.County warrant for failure to
appear possession of drug
paraphernalia. A $1,502 surety
bond was posted for her release
from custody.
Douglas. A. Garrett, 42, was
charged as a fugitive from
justice by Bradford Sgt. E.J.
Kiser. Garrett is wanted in
California for burglary,
forgery, robbery and
vandalism.

Traffic
Chris Lanier, 25, of Starke
was arrested March 22 by
Bradford Deputy Thomas Sapp
for driving under the influence
(DUI), fleeing attempting to
elude, DWLS knowingly and
refusing to sign the citation.
Lanier refused testing,' Deputy
Sapp said. Bond was set at
$15,000 on the charges.
Jennifer Bryan, 22, of Lake
City was arrested March 23 by
Starke Patrolman Jason
Crosby for DWLS. A $500
surety bond was posted for her,
release from custody.
Delton Raymel Hill, 20, of
Starke was arrested March 26,
by Starke Patrolman Danny
Brown for fleeing or
attempting to elude a law
enforcement officer and
possession of alcohol by a
minor. Patrolman Brown
activated lights and siren on,
the patrol car, but Hill refused
to stop his vehicle, travelling
approximately 1/2 mile on Old
Lawtey Road. When
questioned, he had a strong
odor of an alcoholic beverage


and seemed to be under the
influence, Patrolman Brown
said. Bond was set at $5,000.
Kyle Leonard, 20, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
March 22 by Clay deputies as
a habitual traffic offender.
Harlan Shaw, 44, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
March 22 by Clay deputies for
DWLS.
Robert Bullock, 51, of
Keystone Heights was arrested.
March 26 by Clay deputies for
DWLS.
Richard Burks, 25, of Port
Richey was arrested March 22
by Bradford Deputy David
Thompson for failure to appear
DWLS. Bond was set at
$5,000.
John Burns, 32, of Starke
was arrested March 24 by
Starke Officer C.S. Hadcock
for failure to appear DWLS.
Michael Gene Stoneman, 27,
of Starke was arrested March
26 by Patrolman. Hooper for
failure to appear DWLS from
Seminole County. A, $1,000
surety bond was posted for his
release from custody.
Lisa Greene, 37, of Starke
was arrested March 26 by
Bradford Deputy Josh Luke for
failure to appear violation of
probation expired driver's
license. Bond was set at
$4,000.

Clay County
firefighters
battle blaze
A brush fire consumed a
plant nursery barn full of
plants and equipment as well
as a dump' truckbelonging to
Fred's Tree Service on
Saturday. The one-acre blaze
on Spring Lake Road was
extinguished by. fire crews
from stations 10 and 23, and a,
tractor from the Division of


Karen Chrisioffers. 44. of
Keystpne.,Heights was arrested
March 23by Clay depuiteson '*'
a warrant for violation of
probation grand theft.
William Highland. 68, of
Lake Butler was arrested March
22 by Union Deputy Mac
Johns on a warrant for sexual
assault on child under 12 with
no bond.
Lori Ann Reid. 34, of
Brooker was arrested March 22
b) Union Lt. H.M. Tomlinson
on a warrant from Union for
failure to appear. Reid was
picked up at the Bradford jail.
Tinisha May Jacobs. 20. of
Lake Butler was arrested March
21 by Lt. Tomlinson on a
warrant for failure to appear
and violation of felony
probation with no bond.
Jacobs was picked up at the
Pinellas Count) jail.
Nathan R. Humphrey. 23.
was arrested March 21 by Lt.
Tomlinson for violation of
felony probation with no bond.
Humphrey was picked up at
the Clay County jail.
Ethelyn Ihina McNeil, 22, of
Starke was arrested March 26
by Patrolman Hooper on a
warrant from Madison County


Forestry. No injuries were
reported during the March 25
blaze.
Residents are discouraged
from burning due to the gusty
winds and abundant fuels left
from winter freezes. Outdoor
burning should not be
attempted until conditions for
doing so improve, according to
Captain Bernita Bush.
Residents are also cautioned
that they maybe held liable for
damages caused to other
properties, if an outdoor burn
on their property escapes.

Child safety
seat
inspection
set for April
A child safety seat inspection
is scheduled for Wednesday,
April 12 at Super Wal-Mart on
U.S. 301 south of Starke.
Sponsored by the Starke
Police Department, Officer
David Bukowski. and Bob
Clayton will be checking fort
proper installation, seats that
meet regulations and seats that
are appropriate for the age
child using the seat,
Investigator Barry Warren
said.
From 10 a.m. until 2 p.m.
parents and children under 5
and /or children small for their
age are invited to the
inspection.
Should your safety seat be
unacceptable, there will be
some safety seats available at a
reduced cost, Investigator
Warren said.
FHP
checkpoint
locations
for April
The Florida Highwkay Patrol
i ll be conducting driver
.license and vehicle inspection
checkpoints during this month
in Bradford and Union


counties.

Union County
C.R. 238 and S.R. 238 west
of Lake Butler, S.R. 121 in
Raiford, north of Raiford and
in Worthington Springs, C.R.
16 west of Starke, C.R. 18 west
of Worthington Springs, S.R.
231 south of Lake Butler,'C.R.
229 north of S.R. 121, C.R.
231 Bradford/Union line.

Bradford County
S.R. 230 east of Starke, C.R.
100A east of Starke, C.R. 231
in Brooker, C.R. 225 west of
Lawtey, C.R. .225 at C.R. 227,
C.R. 229 north of Starke,
Speedville Road, C.R. 221 in
Hampton, SW 75th Ave. west
of Starke, C.R. 18 at C.R. 221,
C.R. 18 in Hampton, C.R. 225
east of Lawtey, C.R. 225 at
C.R. 229, S.R. 16 west of
Starke, Market Road north of
Starke, C.R. 18 west of
Hampton, S.R. 227.


Lawtey sets
checkpoints
The Lawtey Police
Department will be conducting
driver's license and vehicle
inspection checkpoints
throughout the month of April
2006 on Lake Street, just west
of the city limits and on
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
tint, etc.
Special attention will be
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
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Editorial/Opinion

Thursday, March 30, 2006 Page 4B




Old Western customs in

North Florida


.(This is thefirst in a four-part series
on the history of Raiford.)
If you like "shoot 'em up" Westerns,
you would have enjoyed .living in
Raiford 75-80 years ago when many
'men wore six-shooters and used them
on occasion. Unfortunately, Raiford's
history is filled with a number of
killings to settle disagreements
between acquaintances, but the good
news is the feuding families have
moved away or died out, and peace
reigns throughout the community.
According to legend, the Raiford
community wasn't settled on the site it
now occupies; the. original settlement
was in the area of Dowling Lake
(Swift Creek Pond), about six miles
north of its present location, and
consisted of family farms.
When the railroad was built in
1900-01, businessmen moved from
the remote area of Dowling Lake to
the railroad for convenience of
transportation. They chose the site
because the Raiford turpentine still,
along with company housing for
laborers,_.was .already there. H.W.


Several years later, in the 1930s,
tobacco became the cash crop and
flourished throughout North Florida,
but the low, flat land of Raiford didn't
produce a quality product. Raiford
farmers, along with farm families in
the Lawtey area, turned to
strawberries, which became the cash
crop that all farm families needed to
continue their chosen occupation.
With strawberry growing, time is of
the essence, and when the berries
ripen they must be picked, packed and
shipped in a timely manner, or the
crop is lost. Berries moved by rail,
and some by strawberry trucks, with
refrigerated bodies, driving the 1,008
miles into New York City in 30 hours
via two-lane roads. Each truck had
two drivers keeping the vehicle.
moving, with one sleeping while the
other drove.
In the early 1930s,. the cutting of
pulpwood came to the pine woods of
North Florida, utilizing back-breaking
'cross-cut saws and "straight-job"
trucks that were driven in the woods
to where the heavy blocks of wood-


Raiford had established the naval were laying.
store's operation in 1885. Two men were required to load and
Raiford saw rapid growth during unload trucks, lifting blocks of
the next 25 years as the business unbelievable weight and driving to
community .; expanded with drug the railhead for shipment to the paper
stores, a bank, a Ford dealership, mills.
cotton gin, Jivery stable, several World War II intervened, providing
grocers, a doctor and other business local workers with jobs at Camp
and professional people. Blanding. or military service, and
In 1910, the state of Florida began farming in the Raiford area was
buying cutover timber land for a curtailed. Following the war, big
prison. Over a period of time, the state timber companies moved in and
purchased some 18,000 acres, all of purchased siall farms..and tracts of
!which was inP'. Badfofd" i' io' I' timbere. Holdings we .conisblidaed6
N division of ihe,-county.'After the 1921"- And piAhted in hybridopine -trees',that,'
division, Bradford County retained grew much faster than the original
about 12,000 acres and Union County virgin yellow pine timber. The
received the remaining 6,000 acres. Raiford-type land which extends into
Inmates began arriving in 1917 to southern Georgia, low, flat and wet,
begin clearing land and planting grows the slash pine better than any
crops. other type of soil. Raiford had found
Up until 1921, the year boll weevils its niche in timber growing and
struck the cotton crop, farmers harvesting.
enjoyed a reliable cash- crop that In a subsequent article, the shooting
assured money to purchase those of Earl Brady Dyal by Raiford Mayor
commodities not produced on the Ben Andrews will be related.
farm and to pay taxes. Boll weevils' By Buster Rahn,
destroyed the crop for Southern Telegraph Editorialist
growers and it has never returned to '
the area. .


LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

Rising fuel not responsible for the This's impacting every electric
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During fiscal year 2005, .together to investigate all
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F PA's costs and general charges were two and reduce the impact of rising
F S COS percent of the total all- fuel costs.
Dear Editor: requirements costs. This We welcome further
In the March 17 story, number includes all staff .-cooperation with the city to
"Unmetered usage blamed for salaries, all general operating create a plan to help mitigate
higher electric costs," city of expenses and all building -the effects of rising fuel costs.
Starke Mayor Steve Futch was expenses of the agency. 'I am planning to address the
quoted as saying that the Therefore, eliminating staff city commission at its April
Florida Municipal Power salaries and building costs- 18 meeting to discuss electric
Agency is pouring excessive .would not reduce customer rates. I believe there are many
funds into salaries and bills as much as Mayor Futch options available to Starke to
buildings. The mayor further suggests. reduce their customers' electric
implies that by reducing those FMPA is just as concerned bills-not the least of which is
expenses, FMPA could with the cost of power as the the unmetered streetlight usage
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members. We know it is not easy seeing article.
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Coach thanks
for the 2005 season: Keystone Helen Hersey .,Realty,
Heights Fire Department, Hitchcock's, Johnny's Bar-B-
isupport Keystone Explorers', Keystone Que and Catering, Keystone
Support Rotary Club and the Kiwahis Building Center/True NValue,
Dear Editor: Club. Keystone Title, Market Street
I would like to thank all of On Feb. 4, a banquet was Mortgage, Roberts Insurance,
the fans who supported, the held to honor the 2005 players Taylor & Taylor and.Town and
Fightin' Indian football team for an outstanding season. The; Country Veterinary Clinic.
this past season. The business banquet was a great success Once again, I would like to
leaders and service largely due to our Super Chiefs thank everyone, for an
organizations not only corporate sponsors. enjoyable 2005; season. Our
supported our team financially I 'would like to thank the underclassmen are working hard
but also donated their time to Super Chiefs who were to get ready for next season and
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The Bradford County 4-H Widows by Lisa Jimmy Gaskins
Youth Development Program American Dreams Realty Terry McGriff
Would like to thank the City Commissioner Larry Davis LloydWebb
following businesses and County Commissioner Eddie Lewis Roxanne Rosier
individuals who helped make. City Clerk Linda Johns Police Chief Gordon Smith
this year's 4-H Strawberry 'Lawrence Mosley Trinity Mortgage
Auction a success. Smith & Smith Realty James Balkcom
A record $7.200 was raised (Jennifer Vaughany Cojpp'l er Jimn Ci o,
1 this year by auctioning boTovert 4im Wit 4 ia Tatum
42 flats bf strawberries'donated Attorne> Ch'riceiflic "i' puse Officials
by 'local growers 'for the Kim Paul .N ruce Scott
Annual 4-H Strawberry County Commissioner Winnie Holland
Scholarship Auction held four Doyle Thomas Judy Becker
nights during the Bradford Whitehead Brothers Trucking Valeria Hoffler
County fair. Flats were HarlandBast Nelson Green
donated by Julia and Fred Elixson Wood Products Lila Sellars
Pendarvis, Buddy Sa Sandra Jones Funeral Home
Norman, King's Country Billy Gaul Thompson's Garage
Produce and Wainwright Farms Malcolm Hill Judge Sanders
and Produce. Andrew Bryant Teal Tile
All money raised from this First Coast Florida Recovery County Commissioner
auction is used to provide Donnie Crawford John Cooper
continuing education Blake Hamilton Len Schlofman
scholarships to graduating Sporting Chance (Warren Carver) Chub Johnson
seniors who have shown Chuck Kramer of'WEAG Starling Family Dentistry
outstanding involvement in 4- Community State Bank Mosley Tire
H project work. The Terry Gaines Capital City Bank
scholarship can be used to James Croft Denmark Furniture
attend either a junior college. Roberts Insurance (Sc6tt Roberts) Frank Durrance
four year university, vocational Ed Mosley A to Z Lawn Care
or trade school. Oscar Hoilman Bradford County Fair Assn.
A special thank you to Terry Annette and Neal Jones Judy Butterfield
Vaughan and James Croft for Laurie Compton Starke


Saturday barrel race to help

with infant's medical bills


IBY LINDSEY KIRKLAND
Telegraph Staff Writer


SAfter the loss of their first
dhild, one Starke couple was
excited to see everything going
well with their second
pregnancy.
Lamar and Jennifer Wynn
were in their 39'" week of
pregnancy when their dog..tor-
-decided- tO induce labor in
October 2005.
Jennifer said, "Around 5 that
afternoon; everything started
going wrong." The process had
started at 9. p.m. the night.
before. '
Almost 24 hours .of
epidurals, nerve blocks and
other medicines didn't result in
the birth of their son.
Blake, as the Wynns would
named him, was jammed on
Jenniifer's pelvic bone,
resulting in an emergency
Caesarean section.
Blake was born at 9:45 p.m.
weighing 7 pounds, 4 ounces.
"Things were fine for the
first 24 hours...," she said,
"then he started throwing up
. really bad."
Tubes were placed in the
newborn to drain fluids off the
lungs and provide food.
Blake eventually settled into
the world, and he was able to
go home .'
At his first checkup,
however, his doctor discovered
he had a heart murmur. A
valve in his heart was
constantly open when it should
have closed and open when
needed.
Through more 'hospital


visits, Christmas time came.
and it seemed as if a new
medicine would help Blake,
but he turned ill once again.


Blake Wynn
"I knew before I saw the
doctor that the news was not
good," Jennifer said.
Three days after a doctor's
appointment, Blake, only 2 and
a half months old, was set for
surgery to fix the valve.
Blake's doctor seemed
positive about how quickly
they had reacted to the
problem and the outlook was
good.
Jennifer said, '"We were
thankful that the Lord spared
our child."
Again, things turned for the
worse. Another emergency
surgery followed at Shands.
"Finally, they let us go back
and see Blake," she said. "He
had tubes everywhere...It was


something :a mother would
'never want her 3-month-old to
go through." ;
Jennifer described another
instance where Blake's blood
pressure dropped critically
low.
"All I could do was pray,.
'Please, Lord, don't take this
child from me.'"
Hospital trips have,
continued for the Wynn family
all the way into March, but
Blake is now home from the'
hospital.
"They hope in the next six
months he will, be clear of all
them (medicines)," Jennifer
said. "Blake now' weighs 13
*pounds and is progressing and
growing like a weed."
The Wynns. said this
experience with their son's two
,open heart surgeries has made'
their respect for their son's life
and their marriage grow.
"Until you deal with this,
you do not know how much
you take for granted,".Jennifer
said. "That's why all of the
love and support means so:
much to us. We owe it all to'
God!"
A benefit barrel race to help
the Wynn family with Blake's
medical expenses is set for this
Saturday, April 1, at'the
BradfordCounty Riding Club.
Exhibitions begin at 9 a.m.
and open at noon. A 50/50
drawing will be held.
A drawing for an 8-month-
old filly will be held. Tickets
are $5. A silent auction will be
'conducted on a stud horse.
Contact Christy Hoilman at
(352) 485-2939 for more
information.


Ski champ


takes to
Lake Geneva
waters
It will be an action-packed'
day on the waters of Lake
Geneva as world slalom record
holder and Keystone Heights
resident Kristi Overton'
Johnson and In His Wakes, a
nonprofit water sports ministry
founded in 2003 by Overton
Johnson, brings "A Day to
Remember" to the shores of
Lake Genera on Saturday April
1, and Monday, April 3, for


area youth.
On April 1, children from
the Florida Sheriff's Boys
Ranch of Live Oak, a:nonprofit
charitable organization to
prevent juvenile delinquency,
will join Overton Johnson and
other professional water skiers,
members of the Gator Land
Water Ski Club and Lake Area
Water Sports for a day of water
sports activities.
On April 3, children from
Friendship Christian Academy
will be given "A Day to
Remember" as a reward for
honor roll students.
Both events will begin at 9
a.m. and will include lunch,


IN SERVICE -I


Navy Chief Petty
Officer Blake M. Nelson,
whose wife, Wendy, is the
daughter of Barbara Perkins of
Melrose and James Perkins of
Atlantic Beach,. recently was'
promoted to his current rank
while serving with Sea Control
Squadron 22, Naval Air Station
Cecil Field, Jacksonville.
Nelson was promoted based
on sustained superior job
performance and proficiency in.
his designated specialty.
Navy Seaman Recruit
Michael L. Daniels Jr.,
son of Joyce M. Mosley of
Yulee and Michael L. Daniels
of Keystone Heights, recently
completed .U.S. Navy basic
training at Recruit Training
Command, Great Lakes, Ill.
During the eight-week
program, Daniels completed a
variety of training which
included classroom study and


practical instruction on naval
customs, first aid, firefighting,
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," an
exercise that gives recruits the
skills and confidence they need
to succeed in the fleet. "Battle
stations" is designed to
galvanize the basic warrior
attributes of sacrifice,
dedication, teamwork and
endurance in each' recruit
through the practical
application of basic Navy
skills and the core values of
honor, courage and
commitment. Its distinctly
"Navy" flavor was designed to
take into account what it
means to be a sailor.


professional on-water
exhibition and an inspiring
awards ceremony where the
children are recognized for their
accomplishments through
goodie bags and gold medals.
The award ceremony will
also include an opportunity for
the participants to hear from
the athletes as they share their
experiences as professional
athletes and the struggles they
have encountered in life.
For more information about
this event, visit
www.inhiswakes.com or
contact Melany Mullins, event
publicist a at
melanymullens@yahoo.com or
call her at (540) 314-8087.

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.,
Gainesville.
To. register or -for more
information, contact Cheryl
Bailey at Hospice of North
Central 'Florida at (352) 692-
5107 or (800) 727-1889.







March 30, 2006 TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR--B-SECTION Page 5B


Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Tharp II


Cone and Tharp are wed


Amanda Cone of Gainesville
and Robert L. Tharp II of
Umatilla were married Feb. 4,
2006, at Christian' Life
Fellowship Church of
Newberry.
The bride is the daughter of
Derryl and Selina Cone of
*Keystone Heights.
The groom is the son of
Robert and Dixie Tharp of
Umatilla.
' The ceremony was performed
-by Pastors-Terry Fulton and Ken
Pippin of Tarpon Springs.
Given in marriage by her
father, Derryl Cone, the bride
wore a white satin A-line gown
wit-h an embroidered and
embellished bodice and a
chapel-length train. She wore an
arm bouquet of calla lilies and
roses with deep purple accent
flowers and berries.
Matron of honor was Ashley,
Burrell and maid of honor was
April Cone, the bride's sister.
Bridesmaids were Stephanie.
Brokas, Charley Campbell,
Leanne Harris and Lindsay
Dotson. .
The bride's attendants wore
sage halter scarf gowns arid
carried bouquets of calla lilies,,
white roses, deep purple accent
flowers and berries.
Danielle Dede was flower
girl. She wore a white princess
embellished gown and carried a


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Jackson Falcon Carter'
Jackson Carter
Stephen Carter and Annie
Stafford, of Olive *Branch,
Miss., announce the birth of
their son, Jackson'. Falcon
Carter, on Jan. 19, 2006, in
Olive Branch. ;
Jack-,on weighed 8 pounds. 3
ounces and measured 21
inches in length.
Maternal grandmother is
Delores Siatford of'Starke.
Paternal grandfather is
Ronald Carter of Horn Lake.
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white satin basket filled with
rose petals.
The groom wore a black
tuxedo with a white vest and tie.
Best man was Trent Dotson
with groomsmen John Dotson,
Greg Harman, Ron Martin, Greg
Simmons and Lucas Jewell.
The groom's attendants wore
black, tie tuxedos with sage
vests..
Organist was Susan Pippin
with. soloists Martha Alford and
Dave Mayer from Keystone
Heights.
,A candlelight dessert
reception followed the
ceremony.
Reception attendants were
Linda and Don Parker,
Christine and George Lee,
Deborah Williams and Elaine
Mustere.
The white three-tier fountain
wedding cake was decorated
with sage accents and calla lilies.
The bride is a payroll
specialist with the Alachua
County Sheriff's Department.
She is a member of Christian
Life Fellowship Church of
New berry.
SThe. groom is an ESE math
. teacher. He is a member of
Orange Avenue Church of
Christ. .
following a honeymoon
" cruise to the eastern Caribbean,
the couple lives in Gainesville.


Alpha Nu
offers
sc pjarship,,

The Alpha Nu Chapter of
Delta Kappa Gamma is
offering a $500 scholarship to
a Bradford or Union High
School female graduate. The
purpose of the scholarship is to
encourage and enable college
students to obtain a degree in
the. field of education.
Applicants must be enrolled
full time at an accredited
college or university and near
completion of two years (four
semesters) undergraduate
college level courses,
A-transcript and three letters'
of recommendation are required.
Applications may be picked
up at the Andrews Center,
SFCC in Starke. Deadline for
application is Friday, April 21.
For more information, call
(904) 966-6067 or (352) 468-
6884.


Brandy Dawn Cannon and
Robert Ray Roberts Jr.

Cannon and
Roberts to
wed May 20
Donald and Barbara Cannon
of Lawtey announce the
engagement and upcoming
marriage of their daughter,
Brandy Dawn Cannon, to
Robert Ray Roberts Jr., son of
Robert Roberts Sr. of Starke
and Ed and Madlin Roberts of
Lawtey.
The bride-elect graduated
from Bradford High School
(BHS) in 2005. She is,
currently attending Santa Fe'
Community College. .
The groom-elect graduated
from BHS in 2001.
The wedding will take place
in Camp Blanding Chapel at 2
p.m. on Saturday, May 20,
2006.
Family and friends are
invited.


LPN
applications
due by
March 31
LPN applications are due in
Stud.cnt Services at the
Bradford-Union Arca
Vocational Technical Center by
2 p.m. on Friday, March 31.
Applications are still
available. Call 966-6769 or
966-6765 for information on
the LPN program or financial
aid.

BHS '76
grads are
planning a
reunion
The Bradford High School
class of 1976 is planning its
30th reunion.
A planning meeting has been
scheduled for Tuesday, April
11, 7 p.m., at Western Steer
Steak House in Starke.
An e-mail address has been
established for anyone who
wants to correspond with the
group. It is bhsreunion
1976@yahoo.com or call (904)
964-8923 or (904) 964-7405.


Charlie Mosley and Mike Kitchens had a great day
fishing at Kingsley Lake March 12. Both bass,
weighing 13.2 and 11.5 pounds, were caught by
Mosley. Also, Kitchens caught an 11-pounder on
March 11.


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Mrs. Rick Diggs of
Jacksonville announce the
engagement of their children,
Hannah LouAnn Crews and
Rick Diggs Jr.
The groom-elect is the
grandson of the late Robert
Thomas of Lake Butler. He is
the great-grandson of the late
Pearl Thomas of Lakc Butler.
The wedding is planned for
Saturday, Sept. 9, 2006, at
Raiford Road Church in
Macclenny.


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OBITUARIES


Dorothy Benson
STARKE Dorothy E.
Rosenthal Magnus Benson, 96,
died Friday, March 24, 2006,
following a brief illness.
Born in Melville, N.Y., on
Dec. 30, 1909, Mrs. Benson
moved from Windsor, N.Y., to
Starke in 1986. She had
previously been- employed as a
clerk in a gift shop and ,was a
homemaker. She attended
Harmony Independent Baptist
Church in Starke.
Mrs. Benson is survived by:
three sons, Robert Magnus of
Savannah, Ga., Richard Magnus
of Geneva, N.Y., and William
: Magnus of Starke; a brother,
James Rosenthal of South
Deerfield, Mass.; a sister,
Katherine Elliott of Richford,
N.Y.; 11 grandchildren, several
great-grandchildren and several
great-great-grandchildren.
Memorial services for Mrs.
Benson were March 29, 2006, at
Harmony Independent Baptist.
Church with the Rev. Joe Henkle
officiating. Archie Tanner
Funeral Home of Starke was in
charge of arrangements.

Kinley Callan
STARKE Kinley Jade Callan,
2, of Starke, died Tuesday, March
21, 2006, at Shands at the
University of Florida.
Born in Gainesville, ,Kinley
lived in Starke for her entire life
Kinley is survived by: her
mother, Kimberly Callan of
Starke; her father, Derrick Callan
of Starke; a sister, Autumn
Callan of Starke; her maternal
grandmother, Edith Kent of
Starke; her paternal
grandmother, Diane Mapel of
Starke; and her great-
grandmother, Joyce Co.leman of
Starke. She was preceded in death
by a sister, Amber Callan, her
paternal grandfather, Woodrow
Callan, and her paternal great-
grandfather, Kenneth Coleman."
Funeral services for Kinley
% were March 24, 2006, at Union
Primitive Baptist Church of
Starke with the Rev. Ke\ in
Craw ford and the Rev. .Rick-
Bicknell officiating. Burial
followed in Crosb) Lake
Cemetery under the care of Archie
Tanner Funeral Home of Starke.

Mary Corbett
LAKE BUTLER Mary Ann
Corbett, 93, of Lake Butler died
Wed=%, rch 12, 200?6' at
NoriSF3dcrid.i.JRegional Medical
Center 'r'-Gail'es'ille following
an extended illness.
Born in Stanford. K> Mrs
Corbett lied in Cincinnati for
52 years and in Margate before
moving to Lake Butler three
)ears ago. She was of the
Catholic faith
Mrs. Corbett is surni\ed by:
two sons, Joseph F Corbett of
Lake Butler and William A
Corbett of Mason. Ohio; and a
sister, Gertrude Cerkan of
: !., Chicago She was preceded in
death by her husband. Arthur W.
2. Corbett. and a daughter. Virginia
Brannon.

Betty Dukes
DUKES Betty June Raulerson
Dukes, 73. of \'orthington
Springs. died Saturday. March
25, 2006, at St. Vincent's
Medical Center.
Born in Baker County, on
Aug. 19, 1932, to the late John
Ellis and Avis E\a Alderman
McCormick. Mrs. Dukes lived in
Baker County all of her life
before moving to Union County
in 1994. She attended Little
Springs Primittie Baptist
Church and was a member of the
Baker County School Board for
16 %ears. She retired from
Independent Life Insurance
Company.
Mrs Dukes is survived by her
husband of II \ears, J R Dukes;
three children, Deborah GaN of
MacclennN. Janice Raulerson of
Callahan and Dwyane Raulerson
of Glen St.. Mar1: a brother,
Albrey McCormick of
Sanderson; two sisters. Muriel
Roberts of Lake City and Laveme
Altman of Glen St. Mary: six
grandchildren and 10 great-
grandchildren. She was preceded
in death by two children, Laveice
S Raul.erson and Byron Raulerson.
Funeral services for Mrs.
Dukes were March 29, 2006. at
First Baptist of Glen St. Mary,
with Elders Roger Pinkston and
Albert Altman officiating.
Interment followed in North
.Prong Cemetery under the care of
Fraser-Ferreira Funeral Services
of Macclenny.

Butler Foerman
LAKE BUTLER Butler
S Foerman, 70, of Lake Butler, died
SMarch 23, 2006, at Shands
Alachua General Hospital
following an extended illness.
Born in Homer'ille, Ga., Mr
Foerman moved to Lake Butler


32 years ago. He served in the
U.S. Nav\ for 20 years and,
following his retirement from
the service, was employed at the
Department of Corrections
.Reception and Medical Center for
16 years. He attended the Church
of God in Lake Butler and was a
member of Overthehill Indian
Nation and the VFW. Lake
Butler.
Mr. Foerman is survived by-
three daughters. Shelby Edwards
of Virginia Beach. Va., Sheila
Baker of Lake City and Melissa'
Foerman of Lake Butler. three


brothers, Earl Foerman of
Jacksonville, Martin Foerman
and David Foerman, both of Lake
Butler; two sisters, Evelyn Burt
of Lake Butler and PatriciarCates
of Ocala; eight grandchildren and
four great-grandchildren. He was
preceded in death by his wife,
Ann Roberts Foerman, and his
parents, William-and Nancy T.
Foerman.
Funeral services for Mr.
Foerman were March 25, 2006,
in the Chapel of Archer Funeral
Home of Lake Butler with the
Rev. Jeffery Williams
officiating. Burial followed in
Elzey Chapel Cemetery under the
care of Archer Funeral Home of
Lake Butler.



Mathew Ford
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS -
Mathew Kevin Ford, 47, of
Keystone Heights died Monday,,
March 27, 2006,-at -his residence
following a battle with cancer.
Born in Jacksonville, on Sept.
2, 1958, Mr. Ford moved to
Keystone Heights in 1984 from
Waycross, Ga. He was a licensed
real estate agent for Trevor
Waters Realty and formerly was a
,truck driver for Florida Rock.
Mr. Ford is survived by: his
wife of 23 years, Tina Ford; two
daughters, Kristina Ford and
Jessica Ford, both of Keystone
Heights; and his parents, J.R.
and Glenes Ford of Keystone
Heights.
Funeral services for Mr. Ford
will be held on Monday, April 3,
2006, at, 6 p.m., in Keystone
Community Church with family
and friends conducting the
services. Interment will be at a
later date under the care of Jones
Funeral Home of Keystone.
Heights.


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Deborah McDonald
MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. -
Deborah McDonald, 46, of
Myrtle Beach, S.C.. died Friday,
March 24, 2006, at her residence
following a brief illness.
Mrs. McDonald is survived by:
her children, Ted Whitaker,
David McDonald, Sara McDonald
and Chris Lethbridge, all of
Rutland, Vt.; her mother and
step-father, Betty and Larry
Glisson of Starke; her father and
step-mother, Ralph and Eloise
Ward of Ellerbe, N.C.; three
brothers, Jay Ward of
Jacksonville, Johnnie Ward of
Southern Pines, N.C., and Roger
Ward of.Starke; two sisters,
Cindy Polk of Starke and Regina
Ward of. Ellerbe; and four
grandchildren. She was preceded
in death by a brother, Charles
Glisson.


Wannis Palmer'
LAKE BUTLER Wannis
Padgett Palmer, 56, of Lake
Butler, died Saturday, March 25,
2006, at Shands AGH following
an extended illness.
Born in Cedar Crossing, Ga.,
Mrs. Palmer lived most of-her
life in Tennessee and Georgia.,
She moved to Lake Butler, 20.
years ago. She was employed as a
housekeeper at Bradford Terrace
Care Center in Starke and was a
member of Victory Revival
Center in Starke.
Mrs. Palmer is survived by: a
daughter, Victoria Townsend of
Raiford; two sons, Kenneth Dale
Palmer and John Culter; both of
Barlovw; a brother, Glen Nelson
of Georgia; a sister, Inez Nelson
of, Georgia; and three.
grandchildren.
Memorial services for Mrs
Palmer will be held on Thursdai,.
March 30, 2006, at 2 p.m., in
the Chapel of Archer Funeral
Home of Lake Butler. Burial will
be at a later date.


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Words can never express the love
and compassion given to my
children and me during the
sickness and loss of Robin Earl
Croft, a brother and son.
Thanksfor all the prayers, visits,
calls, cards, gifts, flowers, food and
labor.
May God bless each and every one
of you.
Love,
Ivalene Croft and children



Thanks to all,
The Haskins family wishes to thank
neighbors andfriends for their kind
expressions of sympathy at the loss
of Leonard and Jimmy Haskins.
We appreciate the food, telephone
calls, cards, visits and your caring
words.
Thanks to Pastor Mike Merritt of
Fresh Start Fellowship fora very
special memorial service on
Saturday, March 18.
Many thanks to the Keystone
Heights Jaycee members and their
jfmilies f.r ihli meals thev
S'iqcirca f."r t'ie tamil\ f llo'i i!t
;ci,' ,ir- .ori,.il ser''ce W ha a
superb job, it was above and
beyond our expectations.
We understand why the Haskins
brothers enjoyed being a part of
this group.
The fellowship and caring that was
expressed throughout this time was
very genuine. Thanks to all.
The Haskins family
Graveside, services for Leonard
"Bubba" M. Haskins Jr. and James
"Jimmy" L. Haskins ,ill be held it
11 a m. a Etergreen Cemetery in
Jacksonville. Arrangements are
under the care of Jones Funeral
HomeofKe, stoneHeights.


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8 rosetl
Eight participants in the
S hme division at the Bradford
S County Fair earned best-
S overall rosettes in four
diTferent categories.
S"Chemene Smith and Genelle
St arling ear.ned' osettes in the
senior division in crochet-.
Srfith made a large afghan and
Stirling a baby afghan.
SBeth Vinson earned the
rosette in the senior division of
the garment category with her
girl's dress. Anne Cook's suit
earned the junior division
rosette.
.Vinson's daughter, Megan,
earned the rosette in the junior
division of the baked foods
category with a layer cake.:
Lia Scott's banana bread
earned the senior division
rofette.
S n the canned foods
category, Kristin Sutton earned
a rosette for cucumbers in the
seniior division, while her son,
Join Sutton, earned the rosette
in -the j,urior division for
sq ash.

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tanned food ,(adult): Rita
Branham, pickles, blue; Jahet
FlIthe, jam, blue, tomato jam,,
red, sauce, blue; Gertrude
Gr ffis, peas, red, pickles, blue,
peppers, red, preserves, blue;
Jessie Kimbra, Jelly, blue;
Gebelle Starling, greens, red,
rutabaga, white, citrus
preserves, red, strawberry
preserves, blue, turnips, white;
Ehrline Tenly, preserves, red;
Bopnie Tillman, fig jam, red;
_i Kristin Sutton, beans, blue,
coin, blue, ...peas, white,
peaches, white, pickles, blue,
peppers, blue, pickles, white,
relish, blue, vegetable relish,
Sbie, peach jelly, red,
strawberry jelly, red, okra,
blu. "
Canned foods (youth): John
Suiton, squash, blue, plums,
blue. pickles, red; Jennifer
Sutton, berries, blue, pears,
S bie, sauce, blue; Lillian
Sutton, jam, blue, jelly,.blue;
Bethany Jones, cake in jar, red.
Baked foods (adult): Chris
Ballance, bread, red; Jeff,
Brosche, brownies, red; Vivian
Chappell. layer cake. red, fruit
cake, blue; Michael ,I)eyot,
cookies, blue: Connie Erdman.
break, bpa.a% tee. fudge,
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Gentzhorm, cookies, blue,
cake, white; Landa Meng, pie,
blue; Ann Milner, brownies,
blue; Vivian Mercer, brownies,
blue; Kitty Powell, cookies,
blue; Lisa Scott, bread, blue;
Pat Pursley, brownies, blue;
Betty Yates, brownies, blue;
Kristin Sutton, cake, red, pie,
white.
Baked foods (youth): David
Erdman, cookies, blue; Leann
Erdman, cookies, blue; Kaitlin
Griffis, cake, blue; Kristin
Griffis, pie, blue; Dejah
Patterson, cake, red; Jennifer
Sutton, cupcakes, blue; Lillian
Sutton, cake, red; Megan
Vinson, cake, blue.
Garments (adult): Janet
Flythe, dress, blue, jacket, red,
hat, blue; Beth Vinson, jacket,
blue, dress, blue, shorts, blue;
Gertrude Griffis, recycled
skirt, blue.
Garments (youth): Anne
Cook, jacket, blue, shirt, blue,
sleepwear, blue, casual dress,
blue, dress, blue, blouse, blue,
vest, .blue, dress blue, jumper,
blue, suit, blue, skirt, blue,
shorts, blue.
Crochet (adult): Genelle
Starling, baby afghan, blue,
mittens, blue, mat, blue; Rita
Branham, large afghan, blue;
Carol Dukes, large afghan,
blue; Chemene Smith, large
afghan, blue, small afghan,
blue, robe, blue; Anita
Romero, sweater, blue,
pillows, blue; Bonnie Tillman,
large afghan, blue, infant set,
blue, cape, blue;'Jerry Hooten,
large' afghan, blue, poncho,
red, cape, blue; Gertrude
Griffisi, small afghan, blue.
Quilts (adult):. Delia Cole,
quill (machine made), blue;
Rita Branham, quilt,.red.
Quilts (youth): Anne Cook,
quilt, red, dollie, red;
Nehemiah Cook, belt, blue.
General needlework (adult):
Rita Branham, travel case, red.
General needlework (youth):
Leann Erdman,'-pillow, blue;
Megan Vinson, pocketbook,
blue; Abby Jones, gift bag,
blue, used bag holder, blue,
vest, red, pocketbook, blue,
change. purse, blue; Bethahy
Jones, vest, blue, pocketbook,
blue, change purse, blue,
tow els, Kfiuxe, gift bag, blue,
used bag holder, blue..


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Top steers at fair belong to Whitehead twins


The grand champion and
reserve grand champion steers
at the Bradford County Fair
belonged to twins Clay and
Taylor Whitehead,
respectively.
Clay's grand champ
weighed in at 1,291 pounds. It
sold for $4.50 per pound to
Capital City Bank, George
Roberts Insurance, Mosley
Tire and Teal Tile & Carpet.
He also had the grand
champion steer at the 2005
Bradford-Union Cattlemen's
Association Steer Show.
Taylor's reserve grand
champion steer weighed 1,242
pounds and brought in $3.86
per pound from buyer
Hillandale Farms.
There were 68 steers entered
' in the sale (23 Bradford; 45
Union), fetching an average
price of $2.57 per pound with
an average weight of 1,206
pounds. The average price per
steer was $2.79 per pound
(without add-ons).


Altogether, buyers spent
$210,760.56. With add-ons,
this increased to $228,130.56.
The remaining exhibitors,
weight of animal, price per
pound and buyers) were as
follows:
Carissa Driggers, 1,060
pounds, $2.25, Shadd
Trucking; Taylor Crawford,
1,140 pounds, $2, Anderson
Columbia Construction;
Connie Driggers, 1,168
pounds, $2.50, Roberts Land
& Timber and Pritchett
Trucking; Grace Perez, 1,188
pounds, $2.25, Pritchett
Trucking and Mercantile Bank
of Macclenny; Justin
Durrance, 1,227 pounds,
$2.50, Capital City Bank,
Starling Family Dentistry,
George Roberts Insurance and
Mosley Tire;
Kayla Conner, 1,293
pounds, $2, Starling Family
Dentistry and Roberts Land &
Timber; Chason Andrews,
1,350 pounds, $2.50, M & S


Hillandale Farms, represented by Jack Hazen
(right) and family, bought the reserve'
champion steer shown by Taylor Whitehead.
The steer weighed in at 1,242 pounds and
sold for $3.86 per pound.


Fertilizer; Acea'Brown, 1,039
pounds, $2, Mid-Fla Hauling;
Cailey Thomas, 1,115 pounds,
$2.50, Mid-Fla Hauling;
Randa Conner, 1,142 pounds,
$2.25, Winn-Dixie;
Parker Andrews, 1,180
pounds, $2.50, Community
State Bank of Lake Butler;
Kendyl Willis, 1,210 pounds,
$3.25, R & E Concrete and
APAC; Abigail Crawford,
1,238 pounds, $3, Hendricks
Turf; John Paladino, 1,266
pounds, $2.75, Lynn's
Construction, John Dukes,
Granny's and Noah's Ark Day
Care; Megan Howard, 1,301
pounds, $3.50, Ho-Bo Tractor
and PVS;
Fila Perez, 1,339 pounds,
$2.75, PVS; Hayden Brown,
1,084 pounds, $2.25,
Hillandale; William Estes,
1,139 pounds, $2.50, Dr. Len
Schlofman and Dr. Pete
Gianis; Thomas Webb, 1,148
pounds, $2.25, Ho-Bo Tfractor;
Haley Anders, 1,171 pounds,
$2.75, Lynn's Construction,
John Dukes, Florida First
Coast Recovery, Dr. Len
Schlofman and PVS;
Lloyd Webb III, 1,227
pounds, $2.25, Publix; John
Andrew Sapp, 1,235 'pounds,
$3, Quality Plumbing; Brad
Dicks, 1,267 pounds, $3,
Hendricks Turf and Liberty
Trucking; Justin Mundorff,,
1,300 pounds, $2.50, Anderson
Columbia Construction;
Jessica Parrish, 1,339 pounds,
$2.75, Hamilton Site Prep
Services;
Lacy Alvarez, 1,089 pounds,
$2.75, Gordon .Smith, Homes
of Merit of Lake City, Lynn's
Construction, Madison Street
Pharmacy and Archie Tanner
Funeral Home; Lacey Webb,
1,106 pounds, $2.25, Publix,;
Jordan Addison, 1,199 pounds,
$3.50, Southern States; Justin'
Higginbotham, 1,223 pounds,
$2.25, R & E Contracting and
APAC; Gabby Perez,. 1,234
pounds, $2.50, Elixson's
Lumber;
Caleb Williams, 1,271
pounds, $2, Ellington
Construction; Ashton Howard',
1,310 pounds, $3.25, Ho-0Bo
(Tractor, Howard Farms; Lake,
Butler Sr FFA, 1,350 pounds,
$2.50, Elixson Lumber; Shelby
.Addison, 1,1.22 pounds, $3.25,',
North .Florida. Livestock
Market and, Osceola Land~
Timber; Ethan- Box, 1,204
pounds, $2.25, Libertyi
Trucking;
Heith Box, 1,231 pounds,


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Oody of Capital City Bank, Robert Starling of Tea
Roberts of George Roberts Insurance and Lawren
Tire Co. Whitehead's 1,291-pound steer was pur
pound.


$2, Vision Realty and Ho-Bo
Tractor; Morgan Dukes, 1,297
pounds, $2.50, Lake Butler
Town Homes; John Nicula.
1,326 pounds, $2.50, Starling:
Family Dentistry, Liberty
Trucking, Pipe-li ne
Construction and Malcolm
Hill; Lake Biutler, Middle
School Jr. FFA, 1,240 pounds,
$2.50, CI att Well Drilling;
Taylor Nettles, 1,246 pounds,
$2,. PVS and Clyatt Well
Drilling;
Tara Sapp,' 949 pounds,
$2.75, Quality plumbing; Ryan
Perez, 1,r.13 pounds, $2.50,
Roberts Land &. Timber and
Shadd Trucking: Leah
McDowe!1, 1,155 pounds, $2,'
Roberts Land & Timber,
Westside Feed and Intersiate
Supply; Kaleb Clatt, 1,172 .
pounds, $2.50, Union LaSteel;
Bruce and Kelly Dukes, and


Parker tops horticulture division


Jessica Parker earned best in
show in the horticulture
division at the Bradford
County Fair with her staghorn
fern.
In. all, four best in class
S awards %were handed out to this
year's field.

Ribbons
Non-flower house plants.
dieffenbachia, dumb cane
(youth): 4-H Club, blue ribbon'
: best of class.
Non-flowering house plant,
schefflera (adult): Janet Flythe.
white: Edna Norton, two red;
Nl Mrtle Jones. blue.
Miscellaneous (adult): Janet
Flvthe, de'il's -back bone,
blue: Lane Tenley. spider
plant, red and rosemary, blue:
John Steler. two pine trees,'
two %w white, fir tree, red.
Miscellaneous (youth):
Bradford 4-H Club. peace lily.
red.
: Flowering pl ants,.
Saintpaulia, African violets
(adult): Nancy Ben'ckowsky,
African \ iolet, blue and best in


class.
Flowering plants,. tuberous
begonia (adult): Janet Fl the.
begonia pinkk, red, John
Steyer, %wax begonia, blue.
Flowering plants, impatiens
(adult): John Steyer. impatiens,
white. .
Flowering plants, lily
(adult): John .Styler, two
Asia',c tiger lilies, two blue,
daylil. blue.
Flowering, annuals (adult):
John Steer,' .two white
daffodils, blue, hite, yellow
daffodils, blue, two amaryllis,
two red, Dutch Iris, blue; Edna
Norton. poinsettia. white.
Flowering plants, a.p.uals
(youth): Leann Erdman,
marigold. \ white.
Flobwering plants.'
miscAllineous (adult): John"
Steyer, pansies, purple/white,
red; pansies, yellow, blue;
pansies, maroon, red; two
amaryllis, two blue: two Dutch
iris, two blue; paperwhite, red.
Cactus, bromeliad (adult):
Barbara Searc., bromeliad;,
red.


Cactus. Christmas cactus.
adultt: NMlrtle Jones, cactus
HB, white.
Cactus, kalanchoe (adult):
John Ste.er, three kalanchoes./
blue, red, w% hite.
Cactus, euphobia, crown of
thorns (youth): Kaitlin Norton.
crown of thorns, red.
Cactus, miscellaneous
succulents (adult): John Steyer,
century, plant, blue, two
crassiena, red, white; two
succulents, red, blue; Kaitlin
Griffis, succulent, White; Edna
Norton. succulent, blue, best in
class.
Cactus. barrel.-and ball
,adult): Edna-Norton. double.
cup, blue; John Sieyer, barrel
and ball.,'red.
Cactus, barrel' and ball
i'(outh): Kaitlyn Norton, two".
flower cup, two red:
Hanging baskets,
miscellaneous (adult): John
Steyer,.cacti and succulents,
blue, best in class; pansies, red.
Hanging baskets,
miscellaneous (youth): Kaitlyn
Norton, inpatiens, red.


PolIpodium. staghorn fern
(youth): Jessica Parker.,
saghorn. blue, best of class.
best of show.
Pol> podium. hanging basket
fern (youth): Parker Cody.,
staghorn fern, blue.


Concept Construction;, Ryan
Crawford, 1,228 pounds,
$2.25, Community State bank
of Starke;
Ronnie Williams, 1,249.
pounds, $2.25, Circle H
Ranch; Aaron Dukes, 1,257
pounds, $2.50, Pr.itchett
Trucking; Linsey Clark, 1,292
pounds, $2, Columbia
Livestock Market; Julie7
Detlefsen, 1,350 pounds, $2,'
Harvest Christian Fellowship;-
Mason Dukes, 1,077 pounds,.
$2.75, PVS, Roberts Land'&
Timber, Bill Elixson and
Bryan Crawford;
Ashley Waters, 1,121
pounds, $2.50, A :W W
Brahman's arnd Ronnie
Ne" man; Ausien Roberts,


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I Tile & Carpet, Scott
ice Mosley of Mosley :
chased. for $4.50 per ;'

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1,148 pounds, $3, Pritchett;-,t
Trucking, Mercantile bank of .-
Macclenny and Shadd .A
Trucking; Timothy Thornton.,
1,197 pounds, $2, Publix;I,;:
Ashley Parrish, 1,205 pounds,;;:
$2.25, Ho-Bo Tractor, Howard:
Farms and Vision Realty;;.,,I;
Jennifer Detlefsen, l,26Qt
pounds, $2.50, Western Steer; i;
Steakhouse and Hillandale; .'i
Kristin Hodgson, 1,295; ..,,
pounds, $2.50, PVS, Bruce f.;
Dukes and Union LaSteel;.; ;
Austin Dukes, 1,347 pounds...,
$2.75, Vision Realty; Allyne.;,
Norman. 1,038 pounds, $2.50,
Tom Newnian Enterprises and .
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Bradford County 4-H member Dylan Gault gathers with his pig's buyer
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Joe Reichert of Florida Pest Control, Sylvia Reddish, Billy Gault and
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Second place in senior
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Williams, while Sweat earned
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trophy, and the $50 cash prize
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Williams Show Pigs
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trophy, with the $25 cash prize
for third being awarded by
Mike Williams.
Julie Nettles was first in,
intermediate I :(11-13)
showmanship. Her prizes
included a trophy (sponsored
by Community State Bank),
$100 cash prize (Shands
Howard) and' belt buckle
(Florida Credit Union).
Second place went to Jenna
Fulgham. She received a
trophy (Bowen Pest Control),
and a.$50 cash prize (Robert
Bowen).
Macy Winkler earned third
place, receiving a trophy (Gold-
Key) and a $25 cash prize
(John Smith).
First place in junior (8-10)
showmanship went to Arrielle
Wilson. She received a trophy
(Mosley Tire), $100 cash prize
(Lawrence Mosley) and belt
buckle (Gator II Farm Supply).
Lainie Rodgers earned
second place and received a.
trophy (Sheffield Pest Control)
and $5U cash prize (Frank
Sheffield).
Third place went to David


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Nettles, 1,128 pounds, $2.50,
Badcock Furniture of Starke
and Lake Butler; Channing
Dobbs, 1,156 pounds, $2.50,
Pipeline Construction;
Dillan Clyatt, 1,217 pounds,
$3, PVS; Mallory Teststone,
1,255 pounds, $2.50, Union
LaSteel and Midway
Equipment; Alex Gonzales,
1,002 pounds, $2.25, Vision
Realty and Hamilton Site Prep
Services; Kash Clemons, 1,155
pounds, $3.50, Winn-Dixie,
Clemons Farms, Pritchett
Trucking and Anderson
Columbia; Tyler Hannah,
1,205 pounds, $2.50,. Mosley
Tire and Starling Family
Dentistry; Morgan Raulerson,
1,163 pounds, $2.50, George
Roberts Insurance, Badcock
Furniture, R & E Contracting,
Clyatt Well Drilling, Ellington
Construction and Coxwell
Construction.
In the 25h arinual Bradford-
Union Beef Breed Sale and
Show, the average animal
weight was 840 pounds,
selling for an average of
$1,262.50. Total sales were
$7,575.,


found. Awards are given
at steer show
Awards .given at the 2006 -,
steer show included weight
gain, record book, home grown

contest and breeder, herdsman,
citizenship, showmanship and
overall performance.
In the weight',gain contest, C
Justin Muhdorff was the top
winner ($100, Gator II Farm
,- Supply-Ken Muller). Second, i
"S' ~ place went. to John Nicula
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r and Robyn Adkins), and third
went to Aaron Dukes ($50,
}j. Old Glory Feed Store-Harry
Cooney). ,
'The 4-H record book contest,
first prize ($50, Crawford's
f Custom Meats), went to
Abigail Crawford in the senior
class. Second went to RyanV
Crawford ($30, Crawford's '
Custom Meats). In the junior
class, Taylor and Clay
.- Whitehead took first ($50.
Crawford's Custom Meats)
";. and second place i.30, 5 .
Crawford's Custom Meats),
respectively. .
John Nicida al.o \-.on first
place 6$50. Gold Ke\ Feedo'i"
the senior class FFA record
book contest, with second
prize ($30f Lake Butfer
Badcock Furniture-Darren
Summers) going to Jessica
Parrish.
Taylor Nettles topped the
junior class FFA record book
contest. ($50, Bielling's Tire:-
", Carlton Bielling). and Tara
iwn Sapp won $30 i Bielling's Tire-
nion Carlton Bielling' for second
place..
S, For the home grown contest,
Clay Whitehead again came
ait and. out on top and won $300 and a.
trophy, which was .sponsored'
by Shands Starke Hospital.and
Union County Sheriff Jerry,
Whitehead. .Taylor Whitehead
placed second ($150 and
w trophy, Quality Plumbing and
Scaknow Dolph Reddish).
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Clay Whitehead won the
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Herdsman awards were
given to 10 exhibitors as
follows:
Ist place-Abigail Crawford
($175, Western Steer
Steakhouse), 2nd place-Clay
Whitehead ($150, Southland
Survey & Mapping), 3r place-
Lloyd Webb III ($125,
American Paper & Chemical),
4th place-Ryan Crawford
($100, Whitehead Farms), 5th
place-Taylor .Whitehead
(certificate, B-U Cattlemen's
Association), 6th place'-Julie
Detlefsen (certificate, B-U
Cattlemen's Association), 7th
place Taylor Crawford
(certificate, B-U Cattlemen's
Association), 8th place-Mallory
Tetstone (certificate, B-U
Cattlemen's Association),- 9th
place-Alex Gonzales
(certificate, B-U Cattlemen's
Association) and 10th place
Cailey Thomas (certificate, B-
U Cattlemen's Association).
The citizenship award was
given to Lloyd Webb III
(Waters family)'.
Showmanship awards were
given in three categories:
juniors (age 8-12),
intermediates (ages 13-15) and
seniors (ages 16 and up).
First place junior
showmanship went to Randa
Conner ($300, Farm Credit
Service). Erika Crawford was
second ($200, Malcolm Hill),
Clay Whitehead was third
($150, Wa)ne Parrish), Taylor
Wilkins wa fourth ($100,
New River-Ranch-Eddie and
Marie Oden) and fifth place
was Taylor Crawford ($75,
New River Ranch-Eddie and
Ma'rie Oden).
Intermediate awards were
given as. follows for
show manship:
I" place-Amber Waters
($300, Curtis Addison), 2 nd
place-Ryan, Crawford (.$200.
W.D. Andrews), 3"d place-
Dyllan Bradle\ ($150, Donnie
and Denise Crawford), 4th
place-Ashley Parrish ($100,
Beck Chrysler Jeep & Dodge)
and 51h place-Lacey \\'ebb
($75,Beck). .
Senior awards were given as
follows:
1`t place-Ashley ..Waters


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Parrish ($150, Muse Show
Cattle), 4th place-Parker
Andrews ($100, Beck) and 5th
place-Megan Howard ($75,
Beck).

Breed show
awards, sale...
Exhibitors who participated
in the breed sale, weight of
animals, sale price and buyers
were as follows:
Erika Crawford, 776 pounds,
$1,200, American Dream
Realty; Taylor Wilkins, 832
pounds, $1,500; A.B. Adams;
Jenny Saxon, .871 pounds,
$1,300, Ron Denmark;
Kayleigh Moody, 769 pounds,
$1,025, Pritchett Trucking;
Casey Griffis, 951 pounds,
$1,400, Robert Whitehead; and
Ashley Crawford, 842 pounds,
$1,150, Bryan Hendricks.
Not all participants in the
breed show chose to sell their
animals.
The breed show first place
award ($50, New River Ranch)
for 4-H record book in the
senior division went to Abigail
Crawford, and Lloyd Webb
earned second place ($30,
Malcolm Hill). The junior
division first place ($50; Eric
Crawford) went to Erik
Crawford. Second prize ($30,
Jamie Whitehead) was given to
Kendall Morgan.
FFA record book contest
awards in the senior class: 1st
place-Cailey Thomas ($50,
Frances McKinney) and 2."1
place-Ashley Waters ($30,
Randy Conner). The, only
junior class award went to
Kayleigh Moody ($50,
Malcolm Hill).
The herdsman awards went
to the following -five
exhibitors:
Is place-Clay Whitehead .
($100, Kiwanis Club. of
Starke), 2nd place-Abigail.
Craw ford ($75, Kiwanis Club
of Starket, 3rd place-NMakayla
Webb ($50, Clyatt Well
Drilling), 4th place-Lloyd
Webb III (certificate. B-U
Cattlemen's Associationi and
5"' place-Erika. Crawford
iceriificate, B-U Cattlemen's
Association).

The overall- performance
award sponsored by the Zedra
Hamilton Famil. went to
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Section C: Thursday ., March 30, 2006 Telegraph Times *Monitor

Section C: Thursday, March 30, 2006 Telegraph Times Monitor


Payne,


Two "Tylers" captured the
overall awards in the Bradford
County 4-H division at the
Bradford County Fair.
"Tyler Payne received the
award in the junior division.
He earned best in class in_
photography and also best in
class in animal projects.
Tyler Wood was the senior
winner. Like Payne, Wood
also received best in class in
photography.

Ribbons
Animals (junior): Hannah
Payne, poultry poster, blue;
Tyler Payne, poultry poster,
blue and best in class.
.. Ag-related products (junior):
Tara Holtzendorf, Mexican
heather, participation, potato
plant, participation.
Citizenship/leadership
(senior): Amy LaFollette,
campaign poster, blue and best
in class, campaign pins, blue
and exhibit of merit.
Creative arts (senior): Amy
LaFollette, military pillow,
blue; Kaylee Androlevich,
'mini album, blue, clover pin,
red, eggshell box, blue and
exhibit ,of merit; Kristin
'Griffis, eggshell box, red,
holiday pin, red, pocket pencil
'holder, red, clover pin, red,
bookmark, red.
c Creative arts (junior):
Preston Strickland, tin punch,
blue; Hannah Williams,
nutrition bracelet, blue,
origami ball, blue, dog collage,
red, denim bookmark, red,
birthstone clover pin, red, heart
pin, red, gingerbread pin, red;
Abby Williams, origami ball,
red, nutrition bracelet, red, 4-H
picture, red, clover birthstone
pin, red, heart ribbon pin, red,


Wood earn top awards in 4-H division


gingerbread pin, red, denim-
bookmark, red; Tymber
Tatum, candle, blue, wood
box, 'blue, painted horse
picture, blue and best in class,
painted seascape picture, blue,


wood- shelf,, .blue, rag dolls, Kaitlin Griffis, eggshell box,
blue, bracelet, -u--e, jear e-,4-holiday-pin, blue, denim
magnets, blue, jean pencil holder, blie;"-Kali
bookmarks, blue, painted letter Hendon, denim bookmark, red,
T, blue, scrapbook, blue, candy small pocket magnetic note
dish, blue, .picture frame, blue; box, red, large pocket


magnetic note box, red,
scrapbook, red, teddy bear
book,, red, flowered teddy bear
book, red, paper- bag
scrapbook, blue, scrapbook
clipboard, blue, country bag


book, red, Christmas tag book,
red, glass jar candle, red,
scented candle in tin, red,
Father's Day card, red, Disney
Sea 4-H, p, 5C


BC kids can
sion up now,
for summer--
softball Stk #13194 Stk #13285 St #13218
Registration is currently
under way for the Starke a
Recreation Department's i
summer :.softball program, J
which is open to children ages
.4-12.
Those interested have until
Friday, May 12, to register for
one of three leagues: T-ball' ".
(ages 4-5), small fry (6-8) and '
jui nior (9-12). The age
determining date is June 6,
2006..
The season-begins Monday,
une: 5, but there will be
, :several clinics held before then
at the Edwards Road Complex.
Two small fry clinics will be Stk#13265 ',1 Stk#13338
.'h ld Tuesday-Wednesday, ........
ay 16-17, 3-3:45 p.m. and
two junior clinics will be held .,
those same days from 3:45 ,._
p.m. until 4:30 p.m.
T-ball clinics will be held
Tuesday-Wednesday, May 23-
24, 3-3:30 p.m. for 4-vear-olds
and 3:30-4, p.m. for 5-year-
Olds'
Teams are assigned on the
last day of the players' clinics.
Cost of the participation is
$30, with players receiving .
T-shirt, cap and trophy.
For more information,
please call the 'recreation
department at (904) 964-6792.


Strawberry
Festival is
-April 22-23
Promising live'
entertainment, food, arts and
crafts, a car show and more,
the Bradfoid CountV
Strawberry Festival is right j
around the corner. .'-C R IID
Sponsored by the North CER IFED
lorida Regional Chamber of
Commerce and Main. Street
Starke Inc., the festival will
6:ke place on Saturday and .L 'i
Sunday, April 22 and 23.
I-Thousands, visited last year's
festival and, with additional.
street space allotted in historic
downtown Starke for booths
and attractions, this year's '
festival is 'expected to r '. -.......
even more ititerest.
Booth rates .start at $80 (plus
tax), so reserve yoUr space
how. For more information.
f.all (904) 964-5278 or e-mail 8-'6
specialevents@atlantic.net. An FAUTO 3SA LES1
application can be downloaded oS
at Main Street's Web site:
www.northfloridachamber.com '. .
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Schoner, Dreer

have top 2 rabbits
This year's Bradford County Savannah Dreer, mini-rex
Fair's rabbit exhibit featured doe, blue, first in class, reserve
25 animals, with Nikki champion; Zoe Eddins, mini-
Schoner's earning grand rex doe, blue, and Holland lop
champion and Savannah doe, blue; Preston Strickland,
Dreer's earning reserve grand standard rex doe, blue, firs( in
champion. class, Jersey wooley buck,
Schoner exhibited a blue.
Netherland dwarf buck, while Madeline Strickland,
Dreer exhibited a mini-rex standard rex buck, blue, and
doe. American -fuzzy lop doe, blue;.
In the 4-H record book' Jordan Hamilton, standard rex
competition, Krystal Cornwall buck, blue; Ashley Brewer,
placed first, which earned her a Holland lap doe,-blue,"Gavin
$50 cash prize from Lisa Eddins, Holland lop buck,
Tatum. Preston Strickland blue;;.,aecL y Dreer, Holland lop..
placed second and won a $ ..-de, blue. '. :
cash prize from Community T aa Holtzeiorf,-lland
State .ty Ta ra H oltzen -o a .
State Bank. lop doe, blue,Frenich lop doe,
blue,,Dutich Od6e, blue; Case
Ribbons Emersn, American fuzzy lop
Courtney Paul, mini-rex doe,..blue: Dakota Hall, mixed
buck, blue; Krystal Cornwall;- breed buck, white.
mini-rex buck, blue; Mitchell Nikki Schoner, Netherland
Cribbs, .mini-rex buck, ^blue; dwarf buck, 'blue; Gavin
Ashley Harris, mini-rex buck, Eddins, Calif6rnia- doe, ied;
blue; Alexis Shealey, mixed- ,Garrett Mills, California buck,
breed doe, white, ."'. blue.


Carol James, Richard Smith Hendon, self portrait, red.
and Kristin Griffis each earned Pen or pencil (youth): Sarah .
a best-overall rosette in the arts Osgood, belly dance, blue:
and crafts exhibition at the Hannah Vinson, princess, red;"
Bradford County Fair. Bethany Jones, roller coaster,
James earned a rosette in the red; Abby Jones, fruit basket, ... ,.
senior. division for her red.
strawberry bucket, while Smith Charcoal (adult): Jason
also earned a rosette in the Hendon, tapestry, blue.
senior division with his Charcoal (youth): Sarah
wooden mallard duck. Osgodd, minstrel, blue.
Griffis' message in a bottle Pastels and chalks (adult): V'-.. "::
earned a rosette in the junior Jason Hendon, freedom, red.
division. Pastels and chalks (youth): ,,
Joseph Cook, pastel picture .
Ribbons reflection, blue.
Oil painting (adult): Wilma Water color: adult, Jason
King, seascape, blue. Hendon, watercolor, blue.
Acr)lic painting (adult): Water color (youth): Leann "
Miehael Gaines, stamped .rug, Erdman, pharaoh, red.
red; Carol James, welcome Ceramics, stained (youth):
lighthouse, red. Kristin Griffis, pitcher bells
Acrylic painting (youth): and bow, red.
Kristin GriffTis, painted picture Wood work (adult): Richard The reserve grand champic
sunflower, blue; Abby Jones, Smith, mallard duck, blue, best who exhibited a mini-rex d(
painted tile, red; Bethany in show; Jeff Brosche -and
Jones, painted tile, blue. Michael Deyot, wall hanging, 'Puppets (youth): Kristin
Mixed medium (youth): red; Chris Ballance,- wall -Griffis, painted gift bag,, blue,
-- -Kristin.Griffis. painted plate,- hanging,.-ed, ,. .:3 --' Folk art (adult)-)-earol--
blue. Wood work (youth): Kristin James, table top desk, blue.
Color photography (adult): Griffis; atwo-trinket boxestwo-.- ok -ar..(yoth::.-"'Kali
Janet Flythe. sunset, shirt red. Hendon, origami hanging,-
transfer, two blue. Recycled oddities (adult)_ blue; Kristin Griffis, sunflower
.Color photography (youth): Jason-Hendon- fold art_ pot, blue: Abby Jones, dreatn
--'BeLhan) Jonesj.oy,-blue. --" Recycled oddities (youth): catcher, red; Jennifer Sutton,
.Black and white or color Kali Hendon, denim scrapbook, red; Lillian Sutton,
animal photography (adult): bookmark, red; Bethany Jones, plastic bowls, blue.
cat picture, Melissa Scott, pencil holder; Abby Jones, Baskets, decorated or woven-
blue. -. pencil holder, blue; Leann by hand (adult): l.ics Mintz,
Pen or pencil (adult): Jason Erdmap, stained glass, blue. -basket grapevine, blue.
Strawberry theme (adult):
Carol James, strawberry
.... ..-- See CRAFTS, p. 3C


Kristin Griffis,
pictured with
her message
in a bottle,
was one of
three rosette
winners in the
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crafts.


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Thomas, Crawford are tops in poultry division


Cailey Thomas and Taylor
Crawford exhibited the top
poultry at the Bradford County
Fair, earning grand champion
and reserve grand champion,
respectively.
The top bird was Thomas'
dark Brahman cochin rooster.
Crawford exhibited a black old
English hen.
Kristin Griffis placed first in
the 4-H record book
competition, earning her a $50
cash prize courtesy of Denise
Crawford. Kaitlin Griffis
placed second, receiving a $25
cash prize from Community
State Bank.


In all,
exhibited
division.


56 animals were
in the poultry


Ribbons
Lake Harris, mottled pea
hen, blue; David Best, D'uccle
millie fleur hen and rooster,
two red, black tail Japanese
hen and rooster, two red, silver
duck wing and old English hen
and rooster, blue, red, silver
working and English game hen
and rooster, blue, red.
Jamie Mosley, old English
blue bantam rooster, blue;
Crystal Mosley, American'


game bantam rooster, blue;
Albany Mosley, American
game old English bantam
rooster, red, and American
game old English bantam
rooster, red.
Jamie Mosley, mixed breed
rooster, white; Bethany Jones,
black sex link hen, red; Noah
Jones, game hen, white, turkey
rooster, red; Abby Jones,,
turkey hen, red.
Brooklyn Wiggins, mallard'
hen, blue, mallard drake, blue,
game, red, mixed breed hen,
white; Witt Thomas, cochin
buff rooster, blue; Cailey
Thomas, dark Brahman cochin
hen, blue, dark Brahman
cochin rooster, blue.
Delaney Sweat, mixed breed
hen, white, old English bantam
rooster, red; Brantley Sweat,
mixed breed hen, white, old
English rooster, red; Preston
Strickland, D'uccle mille fleur
rooster, red; Madeline
Strickland, D'uccle mille fleur
hen, blue.
Albany Mosley, Rhode
Island red hen, red; Jamie
Mosley, Rhode Island red
rooster, red.; Lake Harris,
white leghorn hen, blte, black
Plymouth rock hen, red, black;.,.


Cailey Thomas and her dark Brahman cochin
rooster captured the grand champion trophy.


CRAFTS
Continued from p. 2C


bucket, blue, best of .show;
Jason Hendon, pencil
strawberry, red.
S Strawberry theme (youth):
Megan Vinson, strawberry pen
.and ink, blue; Hannah Vinson,
strawberry elves, red; Kristin
-Griffis, painted vase, red,
. strawberry cut work, blue.
Arts- and crafts,
miscellaneous (adult): Richard
Smith, stained glass, blue; Iris
Mintz, beaded necklace, red;
Jason Hendon, Nightmare
Before Christmas, red.
Arts and crafts,
miscellaneouss (youth): Kali
: Hendon, love card, red; Kristin
Griffis, note paper and book
mark, blue; Abby Jones. book
mark., red; Bethany Jones,
book' mark, red; Leann
' Erdman, scratch work, blue;
Jennifer Sutton, clay items,
blue; John Sutton, clay theme.
blue.
Arts and crafts, extras
,'(adult): Jason. Hendon, two



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samurai, blue.
Adults and crafts, extras
(youth). Kali Hendon,
Christmas pin, red; Kristin
Griffis. message in bottle,
blue, best in show: Leann
Erdman. rainbow, red.


sex link hen, blue.
Erika Crawford, barred
Plymouth rock rooster, blue;
Taylor Crawford', black old
English hen, blue; Colt
Bennett, Cornish game hen,
bed, Cornish game rooster,
red; Witt Thomas, buff
Brahman cochin hen, blue:
Shane Crawford, black sex
link hen, blue.
Matthew Crawford, golden
lace Wyandotte hen, blue;
Kristin Griffis, light Brahman
hen, red, American rooster,
red; Kaitlyn Griffis, American
hen, red, Rhode Island red
rooster, red: Brooklyn
Wiggins, mixed breed hen,
red; Ricky Allen, barred
Plymouth rock, rooster, blue.
Connie Wiggins, white
leghorn rooster, red, mixed
breed hen, white; Nathan
Brooks guinea rooster, blue;
Rachel Polk, guinea, blue;
Hannah Brooks, guinea, blue;
Dwight Allen, mixed breed
rooster, white, guinea rooster,
blue; Jeanne Moody, silver
Wyandotte hen, red; Rachel
Rosier, American hen, blue;
Rachel Clement, Brahman hen,
red; Jessica Parker, Rhode
Island red hen, blue.









The reserve
grand
champion
trophy went
to Taylor
Crawford and
his black old
English hen.


Kaitlin Griffis and Kristin Griffis placed second and
first, respectively, in the 4-H record book
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Area student always has an eye on the weather


BY CLIFF SMELLEY enabled Cloud to meet
Telegraph Staff Writer meteorologist Bill Quinlan and
tour the WCJB facilities, as
There is always a "cloud" in well as working with the blue
the forecast at Bradford screen utilized by television
Middle School, but that does meteorologists.
not necessarily mean rain is on "It's so interesting when you
the way. find out how they do it," Cloud
Casey Cloud, a sixth-grade said.
student, posts the weather Cloud said his interest in the
forecast every day at the weather probably, began when
school on a bulletin board in his family lived in Texas. The
one of the hallways. That came weather was so severe at times
about with the 'help of that his family spent a lot of
teacher's aide Joan Perez,,who time watching reports on
said Cloud made it a point to television.
tell her what the weather was "That's how I think I picked
going to be like every day. it up," Cloud said.
Perez talked to Principal Jeff Severe weather holds a
Cable about the possibility of particular interest for Cloud,
allowing Cloud to post the which made the past .couple of
weather for all the. school to years fascinating for him as
see. The rest was up to Cloud. Florida was 'besieged by
"I just made the board for hurricanes. He admitted to
him and he went from there," watching a lot of TV during
Perez said. that time, but maybe not as
Cloud is somewhat of a much as he wanted to.
weather aficionado. He enjoys "I didn't stay up all night
watching the forecasts on (watching TV)," Cloud said. "I
television, he reads books wanted .to,--but"rkind of fell
about weather he._-as-net----aslep."'
--W-WJXT-TV 4 meteorologist Severe weather or not,
George Winterling and toured Cloud spends 5-10 minutes
the WJXT studio, and he won every weekday morning
a weather contest last summer posting the current day's
'sponsored by WCJB-TV 20. weather, as well as a four-day
Winning that contest planner. His board also


includes a breakdown of
forecasts for each city in
Bradford County. regional,
state and national forecasts.
and rainfall totals in the area.
"The bulletin board's pretty
big where I can fit a lot of
information on there," said
Cloud, who gets a lot of his
information from the
Gainesville Sun.
Cloud's forecasting career
actually began when he was a
student at Southside
Elementary School, giving the
weather on the school's Shark
Bite News, a closed-circuit TV
program.
"We called him the resident
weatherman," said Lisa Gault,
a fifth-grade teacher at
Southside.
This will not be a surprise to
any who know him, but Cloud
wants to make a career out of
forecasting the weather. He
said he would like to "go to
either the University of Florida
or Florida State University, but
admits FSU may have the edge
over UF.
"I've heard they're a better
weather school and I know
George Winterling and some
of the other meteorologists
have gone there," Cloud said.


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The votes

are in...
Bradford Terrace residents
showed upat the polls
*l j March 16 to cast their votes
for resident council
president, with the winner
being Jewel Tomerlin.
LEFT: Gloria Cleveland
enjoys her part in the
nursing home's democratic
process. RIGHT: Resident
Otto Siemer is assisted by
his wife, Eloise.


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Louise Petz, Doris Bakley and Joi Rupe were three of the 11 candidates for resident council president.


4-H
Continued from p. lC


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and best in class, denim gift
bag, blue; Kali Hendon. tote
bag, red, denim vest, blue.
placemat, red, denim bag
holder, red, denim Durse, blue.


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"Kali." red. smile file card, Communication/technology
red. family scrapbook, red, (senior.: Amy LaFollette, three
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red, Tara Holtzendorf, plant. newsletter, blue, 4-H
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Clothing/textiles (senior): blue.
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"Kali Hendon, photo, blue.
Recreation/le'isure (senior):
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and best in class.
Woodworking (junior):
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ages 5-7) also participated in
fair projects. They all received
participation ribbons.
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Nathan Farrow, trinket b.i..
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candle holder, tissue bo\
holder, wooden hanging bo\.
decorative vase, homemade
paper, soup jar, fish mobile
Clothing/textiles: Lexi
Androlevich, denim pencil


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Foods and nutrition:
Elizabeth Whitaker, dairy
poster.
Hobbies/collections: Lexi
Androlevich, mini scrapbook,
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CLOUD
Continued from p. 4C
Winterling again.
Cloud said he would love to
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wherever he works, he said he
does not want to be working


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behind the scenes. He wants to
be the person in front of the
camera who is actually
presenting the forecast to
viewers.
Gault said there is no doubt
in her mind that Cloud will
become a TV meteorologist.
"I think he's found what his
passion is much earlier than
other kids do," Gault said.


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[TRACK/FIELD


Simmons wins

race for LBMS
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
He may not have been
recognized at the meet for his
effort, but Lake Butler Middle
School's Koydric Simmons
did win the 100m hurdles at
the Bob Hayes Middle School
Invitational March 17 at
Raines High School in
Jacksonville.
Simmons ran the race in a
time of 14.6 seconds, placing
him on top of the field in the
fastest heat. His teammate,
Keaton Reynolds placed third
in the race with a personal-
record time of 15.9 seconds.
When the race was over,
however, Reynolds was
recognized for finishing third,
while a mixup resulted in
Simmons and the second-place
finisher not being honored as


the winner and runner-up.
Lake Butler coach Kyler
Cohen said race officials told
him that there was nothing
they could do to correct the
problem.
"He won going away,"
Cohen said of Simmoin,. "I
was out there arguing for about
30 minutes."
Simmons also placed third
in the 100m with a time of
11.60 seconds and helped the
4xl00m relay team finish as
runner-up with a time of 45.9
seconds-the fastest time a
middle school boys' team has
run under Cohen.
"They were smoking,"
Cohen said of the team, which
was also comprised of Justin
Tyson, Bryan Holmes and
Joshua Tyson.
The 4x400m relay team of
Holmes, Justin Tyson, Joshua
Tyson and Chris Alexander,
placed sixth with a time of
approximately 4:50. Joseph
Kinsler ran the 400m in 58.1
seconds to finish seventh.
Cameron Lee was the only
member of the girls' team to
place. She was eighth in the


100m with a time of 13.1
seconds.



BASEBALL

Tigers remain

perfect in

district play

BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Austen Roberts drove in the
winning run for the Union
County baseball team in the
bottom of the eighth inning as
the Tigers defeated visiting
District 6-3A opponent Pierson
Taylor 7-6 on March 17.
The Tigers (7-2," 4-0 in
District 6 prior to March 28)
were forced to go to extra
innings when the Wildcats
scored three runs in the
seventh. However, Wade
McDowell led off the eighth
with a single, then stole second
base and moved to third on a


sacrifice by Ryan Liptrap. That
allowed McDowell to score on
Roberts' infield hit.
It was the third straight
game the Tigers won by one
run.
"That's a sign of a team that
won't quit," Union head coach
Terry Stroemer said.
Stroemer said the Taylor
game was just the latest
example of how someone
different seems to step up and
come through for the Tigers in
each game. This time, it was
the bottom of the order as the
Tigers' top four batters did not
get a hit.
Roberts finished the game 2-
for-3 with two RBI, while
McDowell was 2-for-4.
Liptrap and Zeke Scaff were
each 1-for-3 with two RBI.
Kyle Parrish was also 1-for-
3.
The Tigers scored their first
run in the second when Brett
Maddox, after reaching on an
error, came home on a ground
out by Liptrap.
Union scored five runs-all
See UCHS, p. 10C


BHS can't
shake errors,

but still wins

BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
The mistakes were still
prevalent, but the Bradford
baseball team still snapped a
two-game losing streak,
defeating District 3-4A
opponent Ridgeview 10-8 on
March 24 in Orange Park.
Bradford (5-9 prior to March
27, 3-4 in District 3) got six
RBI from Jason Smyth, who
was 3-for-3 with a home run
and a triple. Zach King was 3-
for-5 and Antwan Brown was
2-for-4 with two doubles.
Brown also pitched, giving
up just a couple of earned runs.
Bradford head coach Will
Hartley said that was the
theme for the Tornadoes last
week-their pitchers have
given up just one to two earned
runs a game, yet the team lost
two of three games.


In a 10-0 loss to Keystone --
Heights on March 21, the
Tornadoes struggled-
offensively with just two hits,-
but their defense was less than
stellar. Bradford committed six
errors in the first and third.:
innings, the innings in -which "-
Keystone scored all of its runs. '
On March 23, Bradford
hosted Clay and was locked in-
a 1-all tie going into the
seventh. The Tornadoes then:
committed four errors and the-
Blue Devils left the field with'
a 6-1 win. That was after
starting pitcher Smyth pitched
well and Charles Jones, in
relief, struck out the side in the
sixth.
"If we could cut down orn
our errors, we'd be fine,'
Hartley said.
Bradford played at West'
Nassau March 27 and plays
two important district games
this week, both against Baker
County.
The Tornadoes host the
Wildcats Thursday, March 30,
at 7 p.m. On Friday, Bradford

SeeBHS, p. 10C


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or 386-496-1969


T.H.E. Apartments
922 E. Brow nice St. Starke, Florida
Newly Remodeled
2 & 3 Bedrooms Available
Rent ii based on Income
; after Sener
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metal roof. The guest cottage with a bath is unfinished. This is a
great opportunity to own approx. 1.2 acres on Brooklyn Lake.
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DW, washer & dryer,
front porch & A/C. Very
clean, must move,
$27,500 OBO. Call 352-
494-0124 or 904-964-
5116.
QLEAN 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.
NEWLY REMODELED
SWMH with 2BR/2BA on
one acre of beautiful live
oaks. Front porch and
brand new metal roof. All
appliances, FP, 1280 sq
ft, Keystone Heights,
$69,000. Call 904-269-
6204.
NEEDS REPAIR 1989
Shad DWMH, 3BR/2BA,
28 x60, new vinyl siding,
you move, $4000. Call
352-468-1093.
IN COUNTRY CR 325 &
83th St. 2001 DW, 32
X60, 3BR/2BA, on 1 acre
lot. General, like new
completely remodeled,
CH/A, new well & septic


tank, large wood decK
front & back, must see to
appreciate, $104,900.
Call 352-468-1093 or
352-486-3221.
YOU MUST MOVE!!!!!!
Homes of Merit MH 1993
Pine Manor, 28 x 52,
3BR/2BA, CH/A, front
porch, all appliances,
open floor plan, master
has separate tub and
shower, great condition.
$18,000 OBO reason-
able, call 904-964-8978.
50 For Rent
NEWLY REMODELED up-
stairs apartment in down-
town Starke. 2/BR, CH/
A. $450 month, 1st, last,
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 down. Call
352-692-4343.
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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-
able at www.newhouse
411.com.
FURNISHED ROOMS
FOR RENT! COM-
PLETE with CH/A, cable
provided, all utilities paid!
Central location.. 10%
discount on first months
rent for senior citizens.
Rooms with private bath,
$105 $115. /wk. Room
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
Starke Apts. Looking for
applicants. 1& 2 BR HC
& non HC apartments.
Central ac/heat, on site
laundry, playground, pri-
vate and quiet atmo-
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Government Built Security Locks
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386-496,1969 (or) 954-650-7016


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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.
2BR/1BA FOR RENT, CH/
A, $550 per month, good
condition, no pets, first &
last plus deposit, lease.
Call 904-964-4111.
LARGE OFFICE (40 of-
fices) Downtown. Ideal
for several persons to
occupy. $500 per month
with 1 year lease. Call
904-964-6305.
FOR RENT OFFICE
space, by post office,
downtown, good loca-
tion, $400 per month.
Call 904-964-6305.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
SWMH large 2BR/2BA
excellent condition, CH/
A, $475. Available after
March 16, 2006. 3BR/
2BA SWMH CH/A, very
clean, $535 per month,
rentals require security
deposit, utilities & must
have good rental history.
Lake Geneva MH Park


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ON SR 100. Under new
ownership! Call Rick
352-473-3569.
ON LAKE GENEVA, re-
modeled 2BR/1BA ce-
ramic tile & carpet
through out, dock privi-
leges, no pets, $600 per
month, plus $600 de-
posit. Call 904-269-5547.
2 STORY, 1BR/1BA, cot-
tage, No pets. 1st, last,
lease, deposit. $300
month. Call 904-964-
3579.
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. $600 per
month, or long term
lease discount. Call Vir-
ginia at 904-964-6305.
LAKE GENEVA 2BR/1BA,
MH, lakefront, $500per
month, with $200 secu-
rity deposit, garbage in-
cluded. Call 352-478-
2697.
ON LAKE GENEVA, Newly
decorated, unfurnished
studio apartment. No
pets. Dock and laundry
facilities available, $375
per month $375 deposit.


Call 352-473-2919.
NICE LADY IN her 50's has
a clean room with use of
kitchen, washer, etc. Lo-
cated in a quiet neigh-.
borhood, just minutes
from Starke city limits
and hospital. If you are
clean and reliable give
me a call 904-964-8875.

NOW RENTING 1,2, & 3
Bedrooms at Waldo Vil-
las. EHO. Call Nita at
352-468-1971.
LAWTEY APTS now rent-
Ing 1,2, & 3 bedrooms,
located behind the el-
ementary school. EHO.
Call Nita at 904-782-
3531.
2BR/2BA SWMH, window
AC, between Starke and
Lake Butler, $450 month
and $450 deposit. Call
904-284-9223.
MH FOR LEASE 2BR/
1BA, 6182 Little Lake
Geneva Rd. Newly re-
furbished inside. First,
last, & security $525 per
mdnth. Call 352-475-
3094.
3BR/2BA MH ON acreage,
no pets, towards Key-
stone, CH/A, call 904-
424-9310. $500 per
month plus deposit.


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684.
tarke
ales
ARD SALE at
place, 9416
on left, 5 mile
eight at 301 &
to 1pm. Lots
boy and girl
household
rses, to much
all 904-964-
ILY yard sale,
am to 1pm. 2
of Lawtey on
clothes, misc
YARD SALE
o ? 515 Alton
no sale. Misc
hes.
E FRI & SAT
4pm. 1303W.
(off 301 &
ain or shine.
lamps, dishes,
e, microwave,
e, dolls, VCR's,
dining table, 6
okshelves, lots
lILY yard sale,
pm, Fri & Sat,
Rd to NW 45
ew & used
bunk beds, cu-
ets, country
De with chairs,
ds & women


clothes, small appli-
ances & nic nacs. Follow
signs.
BIG YARD SALE Fri & Sat,
8am to 4pm, 2660 Lake
St., Lawtey at red light.
Big blue building.
SR 100 W, 2nd road past
cementary, follow signs..
Fri & Sat 8am to 2pm.
Baby clothes, kitchen
items, pool table, furni-
ture and more.
YARD SALE Sat, April 1st,
7am to ? Smith Brothers
Body Shop. Hwy 301
North. Look for signs,
come early. Junior cloth-
ing sizes 0 to 8, jeans,
purses, shoes, young
mens clothes, sizes 30
& med shirts, house
stuff, women clothes,
small & med.
YARD SALE Hampton
Lake Sat 4/1 8am to ?
Furniture, crop sprayer,
tiller, misc. CR 18, follow
signs.
YARD SALE SAT only!
8am-to 2pm. Take call St.
to hospital, follow signs.
Lots of brand name
clothes, furniture, house-
hold items & lots more,
even a Van. See you
Saturday.
MULTI FAMILY MOVING
sale. Fri & Sat 8am to
noon. Cancelled if rain-
ing. 307 Lakeshore Dr.
HWY 100 W to Lake-
wood subdivision. Fol-
*low signs. Furniture,
many more items.
MULTI FAMILY YARD
SALE 8am to 1pm, Sat,
5041 SW 100A
(Edwards Rd). Bedroom
suit, clothes, and some
baby items.


YARD SALE huge to ben-
efit American Cancer's
Society Relay for Life.
April 1, 8am to ? Lawtey,
next to the school in
Lawtey, HWY 301.
Headboards, baby stroll-
ers lots of nice items.
YARD SALE SAT only!!!
April 1st. 947 NE SR 16.
3 miles east from 301 on
left.
ESTATE SALE BLOW-
OUT Everything must
go. Antique store stor-
age, furniture, wicker,
mantels, doors, shelv-
ing, refrigerator, carpet,
light fixtures, retro
collectables & tons
more. Sat/Sun 10am to
4pm. 413 N. Thompson
St, Starke.
53 B Keystone
Yard Sales
2 FAMILY SALE 2 new
electric bikes, electric
appliances, furniture,
porch furniture, clothing,
sports equipment, tools,
books, lawn tools, many
many, misc items. Sat 4/
1, 9am to 3pm. 6789
Doe Trail Ct, Keystone
Heights. SR 21 North to
Deer Springs Rd. Follow
signs. :..
MULTI FAMILY yard sale,
Sat, 9am to 1pm. 8128
iiernar.r, Rd, Melrose
M tli CR '.-ii No early
.birds please. Rain date
is April 8th. To many
items to list individually.
Come check us Qut.
BIG SALE McRae area.
'15C & Rodeo Dr. Sat &
Sun, 8am to 4pm. Big
Sale. Water bed mattress
and heater-new $20,
couch, nice $50, toys,
household, yard, exer-


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cise items, clothing
means, women, &
childrens. Plus
children sizes. Sat
only!!!Call 352-473-
7975.
53 C Lake
Butler
MULTI FAMILY yard sale
Latties Garage, 3/4
miles west of Lake But-
ler, on SR 100. March
24,25,31 & April 1st. Fur-
niture, children clothes,
household items,
YARD SALE FRI & SAT,
220 NW 4th Ave, Lake
Butler, Fri & Sat 8am
tolpm.
55 Wanted
THE OUTSIDERS CLUB
for dispondent Chris-
tians who desire fellow-
ship, fun & activities on
the weekends. Hippies,
Blacks, Whites, Latinos,
whatever. .Call 904-763-
1912.
WANTED 1 to 2 acres of
land.Preferrably set up
for trailer. Reasonably
priced in Bradford/Union
area. Call 904-782-3784
FOOT MODELS, Rappers,
Comedians, & Story Tell-
ers wanted. Call 904-
753-1912.
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.
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-


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FARM TRACTOR Super
A-V Farmall high clear-
ance. Runs good, equip-
ment included, fertilizer
hopper, and some culti-
vating equipment. Also a
set of disks and a mower
Is available. Call 904-
769-4742, 904-964-
8846 or 904-964-7434.
AIR. CONDITIONER
UNITS 2 large window
units, 1 cools, 1 heats
and cools, wall mount
gas heater. Call 904-
282-1594.
LAWN MOWERS &
TRAILERS for sale. Call
904-964-4118.
BED $100. NEVER USED!
Full size orthopedic
pillowtop set. Still In plas-
tic with factory warranty
from Posturecraft. Can
deliver. Call Brian 352-
376-1600.
BEDROOM 6PC SET
never used! Still in
boxes. I have in truck
and can deliver. $395,
call 352-376-1600.
QUEEN PILLOWTOP
mattress set. $130 real
pillowtop set. Anything
cheaper is cheap. Brand
new made by
Posturecraft. Still in plas-
tic. Can deliver, call
Brian 352-264-9799.
BED BRAND NEW KING
Sacrifice $195. 3pc or-
thopedic pillowtop set.
Never used set, still
wrapped in plastic with
warranty. Name brand
Posturecraft. Can deliver
call Brian at 352-494-
0333.
HOT TUB/SPA $1795.
Brand new Loaded witlh
therapy jets, waterfall,
LED lights, cupholders,
110v energy efficient.
With warranty. Free de-
Ivery call 352-376-1600.
BEDROOM CHERRY 7pc
set. All wood custom
built Louis Philliji sleigh
bed. All dovetail con-
struction, trueglide
drawers; Never been
used! Stil in boxes Re-
tail $6500 sacrifice
$1300. Can deliver. Call
Bnan at 352-264-9799
POOL TABLE 8' all wood
able. Leather pockets,
Italian 1" slate, carved
legs. Brand new still in
crate. Cost $4500 sell for
$1350. Call 352-264-
9799.
REMODELING selling
quality used furniture,
green sofa, sofa table,
enlertamment center

FOR SALE
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13+ Acres in all
.500 ft frontage on 301


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LAKCE CITY
CINN9III CiLII

SUPERVISOR,
PUBLIC SAFETY
AND SECURITY
Certifies and trams College
and contract secunty staff.
Maintains regulatory
compliance with FDLE.
OSHA. FDEP and other
safety regulatory agencies
I% liaison with Count). State
& Federal disaster
management teams.
Minimum of Asociale',
degree preferabl) in law
enforcement or security
area plus 3 year, experience
in manAging secunmy and
safety related personnel
Qualified as finng range
ma,.ier or certified fire arm,,
instructor desirable
Salary: $27.583 annually.
plus benefits
Application Deadline:
April 14.2006
STAFF
ASSISTANT I
Grant Funded Position
As.ist the Coordinator of
Student Activies with
clerical and budget
management duties. High
school diploma or
equivalent with 2 years
clerical expenence and
knowledge of Word &
SSalary: $18,669 annually
plus benefit .'
Application Deadline:
April 14. 2006
College application
required. Position details
and application available
on the web at.
www.lakecitycc.edu
Inquiries
HumanResource
Development
Lake City Community
College
149 SE College Place
Lake City, FL 32025
Phone: (386)754-4314
Fax: (386) 754-4594
E-mail:
boettcherg@lakecitycc.edu
LCCC is accredited by the
Southern Association
of Colleges and Schools
VPIADA/EA/EO College in
Education & Employment

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TIRE CHANGING ma'-
chine. Coates 4050A;
good working order,
$350. Call 352-473-
2999.
6' x 8' CHAINLINK dog
pen, $100. Fenceless
dog containment kit,
$50. Call 352-475-5511'
ELECTRIC WHEEL chair,
pronto sure step, 1051o.
1 year old, $1500. Call
904-964-7423.
59 Personal
Services ;
CLARK FOUNDATION
REPAIRS, INC. Cotr
reaction of termite & wa-
ter-damaged wood &
sills. Leveling & raising
Houses/Bldgs: Pier Re-
placement & alignment.
Free Estimates: Danny:
(Buddy) Clark, (904)y
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, sidirgi
decks, driveways, side'
walks. Free estimates'rA
call Curtis, 904-964-
4940. -
FLORIDA CREDIT UNION
Shas money to lend for
M.H. & land packages:
1-800-284-1144. -
GARAGE DOORS & Doe .
openers installed & re- ,
paired Lic. Ins. 30 years':
exp. Call Achey Doo%-
for 'al your garage doqo
needs 352-473-6611. '
APPLIANCES -MCI
.STALLED ranges,
microhoods, cooklops,t
wall ovens, etc. 30 yrfe
exp. Lic. Ins. Call 352-.
473-6611. "
CNAWILLING TO care for
elderly, afternoons &
weekends. Good refer-
ences, dependable. Call
386-2P2-1034.
CONCEILED WEAPONS
permit course. 1 hourz-
$35 for Individual TiF"
group. Call 904-964-
5019,
HANDY MAN WORK'
mowing, vilnyl siding,
underpinning,, tin 'roofs,
pump houses, replace
windows, concrete work. *,
o.. pressure washing, etc I
Will beat any wnrten es,
!.mates, call 352-485-
2264 or 904-521-5247.

ROOMS
FOR RENT;
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Lawtey, FL
Daily $35 & up
Wkly $169 & up
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REGISTRAP

REGISTRATh
Administrative psn, in
responsible for all faces cif
enrollment process and
critical function,; of
Regtitrars Office.
Minimum of Bachelor
degree in related area wit
at leaci 5 years eapenencli,,
in tudent records and
computer proceising Muws
have knowledge of theory
and application, ofr
computer programs used fd
registration and student



annually plus benefis-
recordi: knowledge of
academic record epingd ."
and state and federal ;

annually, plusbenefits .e "
Application and materialL_
must arrive by April 26-
2006 for guaranteed I.
consideration. t
INSTRUCTOR,
TURF EQUIPMENT
TECHNOLOGY
Teach turf equipment and
shop management classes
including mechanics., _
diagnostics, welding and-:
maintenance. AAAS with
five years full-time
mechanic experience.
Bachelors degree
Preferred. Teaching
experience and/or turf
equipment technician -
expenence desired. :.- :
Salary: Based on degree
and experience plus
benefits -
Application and materials i
must arrive by April 26, .
2006 for guaranteed [
considerafion.
College application
required. Position details
and application available on
the web at:
www.lakecitycc.edu
Inquiri es:
Human Resource a
Development r
Lake City Community t
College t
149 SE College Place
Lake City, FL 32025 .
Phone: (386) 754-43i4 .
Fax: (386) 754-4594 -*
E-mail:
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prices are rising. Find
out how to get your local
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CUSTOM CUTS Lawn &
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HELP WANTED- Con-
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berglass manufacturing'
Sand trimming will train.
Full time 40 hour week.
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South of Hampton on
CR 325.
CARE GIVER .- years.
experience working with
elderly qr disabled cli-
ents. 2 or 3 days per
week. Su-EI's Retire.
ment Home, Hampton.
Phone 352-468-2619.
NURSERY HELP.
NEEDED weed puling,
terniz.ng etc. Fun time
40 rour week Apply inn
person at U S Body
Source. 1 5 miles South
of Hampton on CR 325.
COMPANY SPECIALIZE.
ING in Erosion control
now niring the following
positions Crew leaders,
equipment operators, la- ,
borers, Class A CDL
drivers, mechanics-valid
Drivers license a MustI
Fax resume to 904-275-
3292 or call 904-275-


CLASS "A" MECHANIC FOR 3rd SHIFT.
MAINTENANCE CREW. MUST HAVE MINIMUM 5
YEARS EXPERIENCE. PAY RANGES FROM
$16.96 PLUS A .26 CENT SHIFT DIFFERENTIAL
PAY. WE ARE AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY
EMPLOYER AND A DRUG FREE WORKPLACE.
WE OFFER 401K, HEALTH INSURANCE, PAID
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CUSTOMER SALES

ASSOCIATES NEEDED

Fast Track Foods Convenience Store is
seeking highly motivated individuals:
with initiative to excel for full and part-
ftime employment at our Lawtaey location..
Please call Manager at 904/782-1228 or
'all Supervisor at 352/333-3011 ext 43
and leave your name and number. ,,


4.960; EOE.
CONSTRUCT
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LAWN


NEEDED, must have
1ON bWORK-. good drivers license and
er positions own transportation, with
ery little ex.- at least 6 months com-
cedea. lull mercialexp. Call Larryat
n time aval- 352-473-2542.
benefits.Ap- FLOORCOVERING help
n at Autho- wanted, pay based on
ruction Ser- exp, must have current
30 SE US Florida DL, call 904-769-
Hawthorne. 2416, leave message.
8a. "' ` OFFICE ASSISTANT PT
:W SKEXS Mon- Fri. Must be com-
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53-1912 call Fax resume to 904-964-.
.*, 5977.
cities HARD WORKING LAWN
ORT STAFF- MAINTENANCE healer
th develop- FT or PT. Experience
sabled man,- good but not required.
group homes Reliable transportation
requires High and honest. Job con-
omaorGED 'sists of edging, weed
rivers Lic. w/ eating, weeding beds,
record $7 must be willing and able
us benefits. to follow directions. Call
34-964-1468 Monday- Friday, 8am to
8082. 16pm, 352-468-3639,
AL STEEL; Leave Msg
3man. excel- ELECTRICIANS & HELP-
eneilts, ve- ERS needed at Camp
ad. Call 904- Blanding. DWF/EOE.
Call 904-757-4515
WORKER RN POSITIONS available.


Med Surg/Emergency
department. Ft; variable
shifts, Florida DL re-
quired, BLS/ACLS re-
quired, minimum 1 year
exp. required. Competi-
tive. salaries & benefits
available. Apply at
Shands at Starke hospi-
tal, 922 East Call Street,
Starke Florida, 32091.
904-368-2346. EOE/M/
F/DN.
PROFESSIONAL DRIV-
ERS home everynightl
Full benefits package.
Dry bulk and flat bed
posltion.,at-Newberry"
terminal Commercial
Carriers Corp. Call 866-
300-8759.
NOW HIRING FOR follow-
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Equipment. Sales posi-
tion, general labor, and
mechanic. Will train.
Call 904-964-4238,
Monday thru Friday 9am
to 5pm. Drug Free Work
Place.
GOOD DRIVERS CDL-A
or B. $9.50/hr, plus over-
time'. Weekly bonus, an-
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Page 10C TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR-C-SECTION March 30, 2006


Area schools sending 19 lifters to sectional meet


BY CLIFF SMELLEY to the state finals.
Telegraph Staff Writer Union had three lifters win
their-classes: Donnie Clyatt
-Bradford, Keystone Heights (129-pound class), Brqapdon
and Union County had a total Shoup (154) and Kevin
of six boys' weightlifters win Alexander (219). Their totals
their classes and the schools were: Clyatt 230-pound bench
combined had 13 other lifters press, 200-pound clean and
qualify for the upcoming jerk, 430-pound total; Shoup
sectional meet after their 265-230-495; Alexander 340-
performances at a Class A sub- 280-620.
sectional meet March 21 in Two lifters finished first for
Lake Butler. Keystone: Sam Theisen (183)
The sub-sectional meet was 280-260-540 and Brandon
the first step for qualifying for Boettcher (heavyweight) 325-
the Florida High School 265-590.
Athletic Association finals,
- which--wil---be--hetdfri-dy, Btadtord's Chris Plemons
April 21, at Santa Fe also earned a first-place finish,
Community College in winning the 119-pound class
Gainesville. The -top four with a 195-pound bench press
lifters in each class will and a 160-pound clean and
compete in a sectional meet jerk for a 355-pound total.
Wednesday, April 5, at St. Five lifters from Keystone
Augustine High. School. at finished as ruinners-up in their
11:30 a.m. for the right to go classes: Jesse Vasquez (129)


SOFTBALL

Keystone
defeats
Bradford 5-2
BY CLIFF SMELLEY-
Telegraph Staff Writer
The Keystone softball team
swept the season series with
Bradford, defeating the
Tornadoes 5-2 on March 21 in
Keystone.
Keystone held a 2-1 lead
before scoring two runs in the
fourth. Kerrie Broadway hit a
double, followed by a single
by Michelle Houser. Broadway
scored on. a passed ball and
Houser scored on a single by
Dani Suit.
Katie Sanford pulled the
Tornadoes within one in the-
fifth with a single that scored


Kelly Riddick. That would be
Bradford's last run, however.
Keystone added the game's
final run in the sixth when Kim
Russell, who drew a walk,
scored on a single by Sam
Sibley
Karlyn Reddish and Kellie
Spaulding, led the Keystone
batters. Each went 2-for-3 and
scored the Indians' first two
runs.
Reddish had a triple in the
second inning and scored her
team's first run on a passed
ball.
In the third, Spaulding
singled and later scored on a
single by Reddish.
Riddick had two hits for
Bradford and scored both of
the team's runs. In the first
inning, Riddick bunted safely
and eventually scored on a
wild pitch. .
Keystone pitcher Maryanne
McCall (5-2) pitched a
complete game for the Indians,
allowing only three hits.


205-205-410. Rand\ Da'ids
i1541 250-240-490, Brandon
NfcGuire l831 245-235-480,
lack Ta'lor 1238) 300-255-555
and JeremN Thompson
iheartvN eight 330-255-585.
The only second-place
finisher from either Bradford
or Union was Union's Ricky
Westfall. who had a 260-
pound bench press and a 270-
pound clean and jerk for a 530-
pound total in the 169-pound
class.
Each school had one third-
_pla& e._ .im sher: ;--- Bradford's-
Glenn Velasquez 1119) 165-
140-305, Ke\stone's Garrett
Strickland 139) 200-160-360
and Union's Steven Baggett
(heavyweight) 335-245-580.
Four lifters qualified for the
sectional meet as fourth-place
finishers: Keystone's Dennis
Taylor (119) 145-135-280,


Bradford's Kasey Barrett
struck out 11 batters.

Tornadoes get
district win
over Baker
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Three runs in the top of the
sixth propelled the Bradford
softball team to a 3-1 win over
District 3-4A opponent Baker
County on March 24 in Starke.
Katie Sanford, Chasity
Whitaker, Samantha Stocker
and Allynne Norman all had
singles for Bradford (11-7, 4-4
in District 3 prior to March 27)
in the sixth, with Stocker and
Norman each driving home a
run with their hits. Stocker
added the third run on a
squeeze play with Tiffany
O'Neal's bunt.


Union County's Kevin Alexander was one of six weightlifters representing Union,
Bradford and Keystone who won a weight class at a March 21-sub-sectional meet.


Union's Derrick Kingsland
(139) 135-155-290,


Stocker and Sanford each
finished the.game-2-for-3. "-...
Pitcher Kasey Barrett (9-5)
gave up four hits and no
earned runs, while striking out
I1.
The Tornadoes played
district opponent Santa Fe
March 27 and will participate
in the Kissimmee Classic
starting Thursday, March 30,.
at the Osceola Softball
Complex.


Indians suffer
third loss in 4
games
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph.Staff Writer
Struggles offensively and
defensively led to the
Keystone Heights softball
team's 4-0 loss to visiting


Keystone's Jacob Elliot (199)
285-245-530 and Union's


Williston on March 23.
Dani Suit had the only Thitt
for the Indians, (11-4), and that
didn't come until the sixth
inning.
Keystone starting pitcher
Kasey Fagan struck out five
and allowed four hits in six
innings. Maryanne McCall
struck out three and allowed
one hit in the seventh.
Errors hurt the Indians,


Frankie Ray (238) 290-240--
530.

leading to Williston runs in the-
se- nid;,- sixth and seventh.
innings.
The Indians, who have lost
three of their last four games,,
now travel to play in the|
Kissimmee Classic at the
Osceola Softball Complex.l
Keystone's first game in the-
tournament will be against
Harmony on Thursday, March7
30, at 7:30 p.m.


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BgakerCopnty is currently in Maddox drew a walk, whioh his record to 2-0.
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district-behind Suwannee, McDowell and Liptrap. March 28 and will travel to
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losses-with two losses. If the courtesy runner Amir Jackson, 30, at 5 p.m.-
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Wildcats, they would propel single by Roberts. Tigers will attempt to move to
themselves into second place Parrish drew a walk, which 5-0 in the district when they
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