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Drama shows students -consequenres of choices


BY JAMES REDMOND
Times Staff Writer
A life-like drama sponsored
by Union County High School
showed students where the
consequences of drinking and
driving could land
them-literally.
The drama showed a couple
on their way to the prom. After
enjoying a night of dining and
dancing, the couple ends up in
an accident because the driver
decided to drink during the
evening. In the story his
passenger is killed. His best
friend and fellow football
teammate takes a helicopter
ride to the hospital. The driver
is arrested and taken to jail.
"The entire event was to
show students the consciences
of them choosing to drink and
drive," said drama coordinator
Margie Coburn. "We wanted
them to understand there are
real life consciences for real
life choices."
The drama began with
Kasey Nobles, played by
himself, picking up his date,
. Celeste Smith, played by
Celeste Wilson, for the prom.
Bell meets Smith's parents,
Debe Smith, who played Debe
Smith and Harvey Smith, who
played himself. The parents .
question Nobles thoroughly
about his plans for the evening.
"Now you're not going to
drink or use drugs are you?"
asked Harvey.
"No, I .promise I won't,"
Nobles answered.
As the couple is sitting in
Nobles' pickup waiting to
depart, Celeste notices a bottle
filled with a .clear substance.
"What's that?" asks Celeste.


Leah McDowell and Acea Brown mourn the passing of their friend Celeste Smith,
played by Jennifer Lake, during a drama to show students the,consequences of


drinking and driving.


Two UCHS students

involved in accident


BY JAMES REDMOND
Tutes Staif tWriter


Just to days after the\
t watched a drama that spelled
out what could happen if they
were in\ ol' ed in accident, to%
Union County High School
students were luck', to walk
away4with only minor injuries
after being in% ol ed in one.,
According to Lt., Bill Leeper
of the Florida Highway Patrol,
Jill Peacock, 18, 'of Lake
.Butler. was traveling
-southbound on S.R. 121 just
'-north of C.R. 125' at
approximately 6:30 a.m. on
April 2. "hen she fell asleep.
She drifted off onto the west


shoulder. Peacock was
a% akened and o'ercorrect'ed to
the left. The'car then traveled
across the roadway onto the
east shoulder and into a tree
line,, causing the car to
overturn.
Leah McDomell, 18, of Lake"
Butler was the only passenger
in the vehicle.
"Due to the fact that they
were wearing seatbelts. they
were not injured," Leeper said.
McDowell played a part in
the drama on. Thursday that
showed the consequences of,
drinking and driving.' She

See CRASH, p. 4A ,


"I'm bringing my own
water," Nobles answers. "You
know that city water tastes
funny."
With that, the couple drove
off for a night of dinner,
dancing and fun.
During the prom Celeste
goes outside to find Nobles
drinking the water he brought
with him. At this point, Nobles
begins to act a little funny, but
Smith thinks nothing of it and
the couple gets ready for the
ride home.
The story's narrator, teacher
Mike Ripplinger, then
describes to students what
happens next.
"As they drive to Celeste's
home, the effect of the alcohol
begins to affect Kasey,"
Ripplinger announces. "By the
time he realizes he's had too
much, it's too late."
The screeching of tires is
heard and then a crash. A large
red tarp is removed and reveals
the accident scene. Nobles'
truck has collided with another
car containing C J Spiller and
Lakisha Witter. All are
unconscious from the impact.
Another couple on their way
home from prom comes upon
the accident.
Acea Brown and Leah
McDowell stop and get out to
see what has happened.
"Quick, call 911, Leah,"
Brown shouts. "Oh my God, I
think that's C J."
Moments after the phone
call, Deputy Mindy Goodwin
of the Union'County Sheriff's
Office arrives on scene to
assess the situation.


See DRAMA, p. 6A


UC declares April Child Abuse Prevention Month--


BY JAMES REDMOND
Times Stall titrter
On March 20, the Union
County Board of Count,
Commissioners signed -'a
proclamation declaring April
as Child Abuse 'Pre'ention
Month in the County.
The proclamation came at
the request, of the
Bradford/Union Child Abuse
Prevention .Task Force. It
states that 128 children in.
Union. County were identified
as having been abused or
neglected during the :2004-
2005 fiscal \ear.
"It's hard to believe that
man\ children %\ere effected in,
our. little county," said
Commissioner Karen Cossey.
The proclamation recognizes
that child abuse can have


significant effects on children,
including: ...
Significant trauma.
o Serious illness or injury.
o Physical, intellectual and
emotional impairment.
Risk, of abused children
becoming abusive parents.
o Death.
At a recent school board-
meeting. the Union County
School Board even- recognized
the significant effects of child
abuse. The bbard approved a
measure that defines child
abuse and the actions its staff
will take if child abuse is
suspected. ,
.According to the school
board's definition of abuse, it
is any willful or threatened act
that results in any physical,
mental, or sexual injury or


harm that causes, or is likely to:
cause the child's physical,
mental or emotional health to
be significantly impaired.
SIt goes on to state that all
employees of the district have .,
the responsibility to report all
actual and suspected cases of
child' abuse, abandonment or
neglect. If the report is on good
faith, employees are immune
for liability. It also said the)
have the. 'responsibility to
comply with :child protective
inm estigations. :'
In 1983, President Ronald.
Reagan signed the first
proclamation declaring April
Child Abuse Prevention
Month. Every president since

See ABUSE, p. 3A


Officials warn brush fire season resembles 1998


BY JAMES REDMOND
Times Staff Writer
Officials from the Florida
i Division of Forestry are
warning residents that this
Year's brush fire season could
be as bad as the one
experienced in 1998.-
"We are begin ing to
Approach those \e same
conditions." said Annalease
Winter, Wildfire Mitigation
Specialist for DOF. "Right
now we are in a moderate
drought with no hope of any
significant rainfall for the next
tWio eeks." .
' : Currently, Union County is'
at 429 on the Keetch-B1rum
Drought Inde\ The index runs'
from 0. "here the ground is
totally saturated, to 800, %\ here
there is little to no water in the
ground. With no anticipation
of an\ wet weather. Winter
said the index N\ill only
continue to climb.
:"The lack of rain, mixed
6ith the fact that we are
experiencing a hotter than
normal spring only pulls more
moisture out of the ground,"
Winter said. "This trend does


not, help when" it comes to
preventing wildfires."
According to-DOF's Web
site, a weak La Nina pattern in
the Pacific Ocean hasset up a
persistent weather pattern that
is preventing any significant
rainfall from reaching Florida.
The, site also states that
Florida is being classified as
ha\ ing abnormally dry
conditions by .the National
Drought Monitor.
The long-range forecast does
not appear it \illrbe'helping
anything. The forecast calls for
the La Nina trend to continue
for the next two months. This
means that above-average
temperatures and below
normal perception will only
stand, to fuel an already dry
area.
Another factor in the ground
drying up, according to DOF
Senior Forest Ranger Buddy
Broughton, this is ,the time of
year pine trees do most-of-their
growing.
b"It is clear the pine trees are
beginning to.take a lot of water

See FIRE, p. 2A


Union County Volunteer Firefighter Ken Owens extinguishes a fire in the trunk-of a.
car that was completely burned during a brush fire on April 3. Florida Department of
Forestry Officials are warning that this year's brush fire season could be as bad as
1998.


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FFA holds
annual plant
and chick sale
The Lake Butler FFA
chapter will hold its annual
plant and chick sale April.
12-14 from 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
at Union County High
School agricultural
department building. For
.more information, call (386)
496-4196.


VFW sponsors
Easter egg
hunt
The Lake Butler Veterans
of Foreign Wars Post 10082'
will sponsor an Easter egg
hunt of Saturday, April 15,
beginning at 11 a.m. The
event will take place at the
.organizations headquarters
located just on S.R. 231
south in Lake Butler. The
vent is being held by the
VFW's ladies auxiliary.
Everyone is invited. For
more information, call (386)
496-3263.


UC Friendship
Club to meet
The Union ..County
Friendship Club will meet at
S.the home of Marjorie Kent
on Monday, April 10, at 10
a.m. A covered dish
luncheon will be served at
noon. ,


Kindergarten
orientation to
be held April
12
Lake Butler Elementary.
School % ill hold its
Kindergarten orientation on
Wednesday, April 12, from
I-2:30 p.m. Parents or
guardians of children that
\\ill be entering
Kindergarten during the
next school year are asked
to go by the school's front
office and pick up a
registration packet. All
paperwork in the packet
must be completed to be
able to participate in, the
orientation. This includes
the registration packet, a
certified birth certificate, a
Florida shot record and
Florida physical.
Parents and children will
meet in the cafeteria for the
event. Children will be
taken by a teacher to visit a
Kindergarten classroom.
Principal Lynn Bishop Will
meet. with parents. She will
give them .important
information regarding
Kindergarten curriculum an
school ..poli-cies and
procedures. For more
information, call (386) 496-
3047.






Page 2A UNION COUNTY TIMES April 6, 2006


FIRE
Continued from p. 1A
from the ground," Broughton
said. "Small 'fingerlings' can
be seen protruding from the
tree's other branches. This
indicates they're using a
significant amount of water to
grow. This does not help our
drought situation in any way."
The lack of rain has been
evident around the county. The
Union County Volunteer Fire
Department has responded to
several calls dealing with
brush fires.
"In the past several weeks
we have responded to- several
calls for help," said UCVFD
Fire Chief Allen Parrish.
"Though most have been small
fires, to get them this early in
the season is a bad sign."
One brush- fire' the
department was called out for
burned more than 40 acres of
land.
"High winds and low
humidity contributed to the
spread of the fire," Parrish
said. "Current weather
conditions are only going to
make conditions for brush fires
like this one more possible."
So where are the fires
coming from? According to
fire reports, all but one has
started when residents who
were burning lawn debris or
other items allowed the fire to
grow out of control.
Winter said DOF is asking
residents to remember basic
'fire safety rules.
"Never start a fire on a
windy day," Winter said, "and
never leave one unattended.
This is the biggest cause of
brush fires."
Winter also said if DOF
must take action to control the
fire, the person responsible for
setting it would not get'off
with a warning.
"Because the fire danger is
so high, "e are not letting our
rangers just give out
warnings," Winter said. "If. we
use a piece of equipment to
control a fire, the person
responsible for it will be
fined."
According to Winter the
minimum charge a violator
will see is $150.
"We have issued fines that
have totaled more than $800
for some fires," Winter said,
"but we average fine's of $200-
$300. The fine depends on' the
number of resources we must
use to get a fire under control."
DOF District Ranger Steve
Ripley. %who serves both Union
and Bradford counties said
Union is not the only one
l facing the problem. '
S "Bradford Count) has seen a
i significant amount of early
brush fires' as well," Ripley
said. "It's only going to get
worse, before we see the rain
we need to take care of this
problem."
Ripley also said that, while
dangerous, the area is not
facing what could be a worse
situation.
- -" "There are areas in the south
part of the state and in the
panhandle that are seeing
drought indexes of more than
700," Ripley said, "and we're
just getting into the brush fire
season." -'
On Tuesday and
Wednesday, the National
Weather Service issued Red
Flag Warnings for all of North
Central Florida. The warnings
indicate that conditions are
favorable for a fire to begin.
To issue the warning, the NWS
must see that the relative,
humidity will be below 35'
percent and there will be a
Swind speed of 15 mph or more
Sfor more than four hours.
Even though there is nothing
Residents cain do to increase
I rainfall, there are several ways
Winter said residents could


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homes from fire danger.
Winter offered the following
tips to protect residents'
homes:
o Create a "defensible space"
of at least 30 feet around your
home. Within this area, grass
should be mowed regularly
and widely spaced plants with
high moisture content should
be given priority.
o Prune tree limbs within the
defensible space to a height of
15 feet so lower limbs will not
become ladder fuels that can
carry a fire to the roof or
soffits.
o Keep the roof and gutters
free of accumulated leaves so
the roof cannot be set afire by
firebrands or embers carried by
the wind.
Keep a shovel, rake and
ladder in a readily accessible
location, and 50 to 100 feet of
garden hose attached to an
outside faucet.
Make sure the home's
address is clearly visible at the
street and road on a non-
combustible sign so
firefighters can quickly find
the home in an emergency. -'
Keep tree limbs at least 15
feet away from chimney
outlets.
o Replace wood-shingle or
wood-stake roofs with fire-
retardant shjl gles,-4metal-or'til-e
-roof's-
James Redmond can be
reached at (386) 496-2261 or
uctimnes@al/tel.nei

Learning

coalition sets
April
meetings
The board of the Early
Learning Coalition of Florida's
Gateway Inc. will meet on
Wednesday, April 12, at 9
a.m., in the Columbia County
School Board Office, in room
130 of the S.O.S. Building in
Lake City.
There-will be an Executive
Committee meeting on
Monday, April 10, at 4 p.m.,
in the coalition office.
The coalition oversees state
and federal funding for all
school readiness programs birth
to age five for Columbia,
Hamilton. Lafayette, Suwannee
and Union counties.
Community participation is
encouraged.

Pine Grove
CMC will host
revival
Pine Grove Congregational
Methodist Church. C.R. 199
in Raiford, will have a revival
Wednesday through Friday,
April 12-14, at 7 p.m. nightly.,
The Rev. Lester Austin will
be the speaker each night.
Homecoming will be Easter
Sunday. April. 1.6, with.dinner--
and 'egg hunt immediately
following the morning
worship.
.A cemetery business meeting
will be held at 3 p.m.
following the Easer .activities.--
The- public is invited4

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


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386-496-1'990
220 W Main St.
Lake Butler 32054


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FDOT
recognizes
awareness week
From April 2 to 8, the
Florida Department of
Transportation will celebrate
National Work Zone
Awareness week by continuing
its year-long campaign, "Work
Zone Safety It's Everyones
Job."
The goal of the campaign is
to reduce crashes, injuries and
fatalities in highway work
zones.
"We want Floridians to
realize that everyone has a
hand in work zone safety, not
only during this
commemorative week, but
every time they use
the roadways," said FDOT
Assistant Secretary Kevin
Thibault, the Governor's
Highway Safety .
Representative. "It truly is
everyone's job to ensure safe
travels through highway
construction zones."
In 2004, the most recent
traffic crash data for Florida,
120 fatalities occurred in 3,698
crashes in highway work
zones. Although highway
construction remains one of
the most dangerous jobs in
- America, nine out of 10
persons killed in highway
work zones in Florida are
motorists or pedestrians.
FDOT is joined by the
Florida Highway Patrol, the' ""
Federal Highway
Administration the American
Traffic Safety Services
Association the Florida
Sheriff's Association the
Florida Police Chiefs
Association and several other
state and national
transportation organizations as
partners in the campaign.
Specifically. FHP will
continue Operation Hardhat, a
traffic safety program that
features troopers disguised as
construction workers to catch
unsuspecting speeders.
"FHP continues to work in
cooperation with FDOT by
providing enforcement details
in work zones," said FHP
Director Colonel
Chris Knight. "Through this
partnership, we are stri% ing to
make working and dri\ ing in
-Florida's work zones safer
than eer before."
FDOT urges motorists of all
ages to drive safely in highway
work zones byfollowing these
safety tips:
Stay alert. Expect anything
to occur when entering a work
zone.
Pay close attention. Signs
and work zone flaggers save
lives.
Turn on your headlights.
Workers and other motorists'
must see you. -
Don't tailgate. Unexpected
slops frequently occur in work
zones.
-Don't speed. Note the
posted speed limits in and
around the work
zone.
*Keep up %with the traffic'
flow. Dedicate your full
attention to the
roadway and those traveling
around you.


Don't change lanes in th
work zone. The time saved
isn't worth
the chance.
Minimize distractions.
Avoid changing radio static
and using mobile phones w
driving in the work zone.
Expect the unexpected.
Keep an eye out for worker
and their equipment.
Be patient. Remember,
work zone crewmembers ai
working to improve your
future ride.
For more information abi
the work zone safety camp
or current road construction
projects in your area, visit
itseveryonesjob.com.


Easter music
at Harmony
Church
Because He Lives
Brentwood Music music
Easter, is being present<
the Harmony Free Will Ba
Church Choir on Palm Sur
evening, April 2nd.
service begins at 6:00
Harmony Church is locate
6129 SW County Road 23
the south" western part of U
County," .
Choir .director. Mel,
"Red" Clyatt invites the.pu
to attend. For nr
information call the chi
office at (386) 496-3553.

Kindergarten
orientation to
be held April
12
Lake Butler Elemen
School %\ill hold
Kindergarten orientation
Wednesday. April 12, froi
2:30 p.m. Parents or guard
of children that will
entering Kindergarten du
the neu\ school )ear are as
to go bN the school's f
office and pick up
registration packet.
paperwork in the packet r
be completed to be able
participate in the oriental
This includes the registrar
packet, a certified b
certificate, a Florida s
record and Florida phy sical.
Parents and c lildren
meet in the cafeteria for
e ent. Children will- be 'ta
b) a teacher to visit
Kindergarten classroc
Principal Lynn Bishop
meet \%ith parents. She
gi e them import
information regard
Kindergarten curriculum
school policies and procedu
For more information.
(386; 496-3047.







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the East 400 feet of the SE 1/4 of NE Defendants.
1/4. NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
THIS DEED is given subject to.rights SALE IV
of way. and easements now in use NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
whether or not disclosed of record pursuant to a Summary Final
arid also subject to the Land Use M Judgment of Foreclosure dated
Plan. March 15, 2006, and entered in Case
NAME IN WHICH ASSESSED: No. 63-2005-CA-0092 of the Circuit
Pauline J. Roberts Court for Union County, Florida, I will
Said property being in the County of sell to the highest and best bidder for
Union, State of Florida. Unless such cash at the front lobby of the Union .
, a certificate shall be redeemed "CountyCo6uitSifuse,55'West Main
I for according to the lawi the property Street, Lake Butler, Florida, at 11:00
described in such certificate will be a.m. on the 20th day of April, 2006,
d by sold to the highest bidder in the the following described property as
ptist Courthouse lobby at 11;00 a.m., the "set forth in said Summary Final
nda\ 13th day of April, 2006. Judgment:
The Dated this 2nd day of March, 2006. Lots 1 and 2. Block 1, except the
PM" Regina H. Parrish North 50.00 feet thereof and except
M. Clerk of Circuit Court the South 70 00 feet thereof, as shown
ed at Union County, Florida in the onginal Plat of Lake Butler, Plat
J9 in Persons win disabilities requesting Book 1, Page 9, of the public records
union reasonable accommodations to of Union County. Florida.
participate in this proceeding should .TOGETHER WITH all the
contact (386) 496-3711 improvements now or hereafter
aine. 3/94tchg.3/30 erected on the property, and all
iblic easements, rights, appurtenances, .,'
iore IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE rents, royalties, mineral, oil and gas
ic EIGHTH JUDICIAL.CIRCUIT IN rights and profits, water rights and
urch AND FOR UNION COUNTY,' stock and all fixtures nQw-orhereafter
FLORIDA JUVENILE DIVISION attached to the property.
CASE NO 63-2004-DP-0041 4,n accordance with the Americans
IN THE INTEREST OF -'. with Disabilities Act, persons with
B P (Fi DOB- 07/17/1990 ... disabilities needing a special
D. P. (M) DOB: 07/22/1992 accommodation to participate in this
Minor Cnildren .. proceeding should contact the
NOTICE OF SUIT FOR individual or agency sending notice
TERMINATION no later than seven days prior to the
OF PARENTAL RIGHTS AND proceeding If hearing impaired,
FOR PERMANENT (TDD) 1-800-955-8771, or Voice (V)
COMMITMENT FOR 1-800-955-8770, via Florida Relay
SUBSEQUENT ADOPTION Service.
tar% THE STATE OF FLORIDA WITNESS my hand and the seal of
itS TO: GEORGEANNA A BREWER this Counrt on March 16, 2006.
on RESIDENCE UNKNOWN REGINA H. PARRISH
m Last Known address. Clerk of the Circuit Court
715 West Main Street, Apt 189 By: Julia Croft
lians Lake Butler, Florida 32054 Deputy Clerk
be You are hereby notified that a petition Gerald D Davis, Esquire
ring under oath has been filed in the Trenam, Kemker, Scharf, Barkin,
asked above-styled Cpurt for the Frye,O'Neill & Mullis, PA.
ront termination of your parental rights to 200 Central Avenue, Suite 1600
a B P., a female child, born on July 17, (727) 896-71St. Petersburg, FL 33701
oAl 1990 in Alachua County, Florida, and 7)896-7171 a232tchg..330
A ll D.P a male child, born on July 22,
nust 1992 in Alathua County, Florida, and UNION COUNTY HOUSING
to for permanent commitment of the AUTHORITY MEETING
ion. children to the Department of THE UNION COUNTY HOUSING
ion Children and Services forsubsequent AUTHORITY will hold its regular
tion adoption. You are hereby scheduled monthly board meeting~on
birth commanded to be and appear before he
shot the Honorable Stan R. Morris, Judge the second Monday o each month at
ol the Circuit Court. at Lake Butler, 6:30 p.m. The meeting for April will
S Union County. Florida on the 3rd day be held on April 10, 2006, at the
Sill a 2006 at 9.30 A.M or an temporary office located, at:,502,S.W.
the Ada' FHearin.-Pd,r 3thSt Apt,02, L.e.
ken You must personally appear oridthe 05ona 32054:g
a dateand at.le time specified:. .-. ..
YOUR FAILURE TO PERSONALLY '.NOTICI OF PROPOSED
om. APPEAR. AT THE ADVISORY NOTICE OF PROPOSED
will HEARING CONSTITUTES APPROVAL-OF AN.'"
will CONSENT TO 'THE APPLIATCONPFORNAI .
TERMINATION OF PARENTAL SpECIA EXCEPTION
ant RIGHTS TO THE CHILD AND PERMIT BY THEBOARD OF
in g PERMANENT COMMITMENT.. COUNT'COMMISSIONERS
' an You will permanently lose all legal ACTING AS THI BOARD OF
res. rights as a parent to the children, .B.P. ADJUSTMENTS OF UNION"
and D.P.. named in the petition for COUNTY, FLORIDAT"'-".- to
call termination of parental rights and for NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on
permanent commitment for April17, 2006 at 6:55 p..n. the Boa
s ubsequnt option. of County Commissioners, acting as
YOUARE ENTITLED TO HAVE AN the.'Board of Adjustments of Union' i'
-ATTORNEY PRESENT 'Couty, Florida, will'meet in a Pubblic'
REPRESENT YOU IN-'THIS Heaing to be heldin Room 101 fthej
MATTER. IF YOU WANT 'AN Unjon County Courthouse, Lake.
ATTORNEY BUT ARE UNABLE TO BeItler, Florida, to consider an'
AFFORD ONE YOU MUSE. 'Aplication by Willene Elixson f6r;a'
NOTIFY THE COURT AND -THE special exception permit to establIsh
COURT WILL' APPOINT AN a mini storage .facility. Said
ATTORNEY TO. REPRESENT. application may be inspected by-the,
YOU. public at 15 Nertheast First Street,
WITNESS my hand as the clerk of Lake Butler, Flonda, during the hours-4'
said Court and the Seal therefore, this 6f 8:00 a.m. through 12 p.m., Moniday'
9th day of March, 2006. ; through Friday, excepting, legal
N REGINA PARRIS-l' holidays. All interested parties.rfimay-l
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT appear at theimeeting and be.heardl,
that BY: Diafine Waters with respect to the applidatiohn.' '
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ABUSE
Continued from p. 1A
has followed in his footsteps.
President George Bush's 2006
proclamation states that society
has a responsibility to protect
our children and help them
thrive.
"During National Child
Abuse Prevention M'onth, we
underscore our strong
commitment to preventing
child abuse and neglect," Bush
said, "and to ensure that all
children have the opportunity
to grow up' in safe and
nurturing environments.""
Annie McPherson, director
of the Bradford/Union task
force said that message is the
goal of her organization.
"Our goal is to rally the
community to understand what
they can do to assist and
encourage the families in their
own communities,"
McPherson said.
Throughout the month of
April, supporters of the cause
are asked to wear blue ribbons.
"The simplest way of all to
raise awareness may be to hold
a blue ribbon campaign in your
community," she 'said.
"Wearing the ribbon lets others
know you care about
preventing abuse."
The task force is sponsored
by the Child Abuse Prevention
Project, located at the
University of Florida's College
of Medicine's Department of
Pediatrics. CAPP has been
serving the North Central
Florida community since 1983.
The group provides a number,
of services to the local.
community. Parent education
and support, community
education and training, and
consultation are just a few of
the many programs the group
uses to help prevent child
abuse.
The group helps local task
forces, like the Bradford/Union
one, gather information about
community needs with regard
to family support. It also helps
the group work toward goals
the local task force sets.
"This initiative is designed
with the philosophy that the
local community knows best
what needs to be done to
support families," McPherson
said. "It can also best find the
resources needed, the gaps in
service that exist and who best
St d the work that needs to'!e
Donee.' I
CAPP is also staffed with -
licensed professioohals and
paraprofessionals whose goals
are to enhance the nurturing
skills of parents. The staff also
tries, to train the professional
community, such as 'doctors
and nurses, to recognize signs


of abuse as well as the
community at large.
According to CAPP's Web
site 120,772 of Florida's
children were abused or
neglected in 2004.
"Abuse and neglect are ,ar
more reaching than you might
imagine, McPherson said.
"Children of all races and
ethnicities are victims of child
abuse."'
She encourages anyone who
would like to help to join the
task force.
"Prevention is the key to
stopping child abuse," she said.
"That prevention comes in the
form of family support."
Helping parents cope with
certain situations, talking to
stressed out parents and
babysitting for parents are just
some of the ways people can
help their family and friends
turn a bad situation into a good
one.
The group holds monthly
meetings in Starke to help
educate local officials on the
problem of child abuse. Those
interested in helping are
invited to attend.

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,
"Prescribed fire is one of the
best tools land managers in
Florida have in maintaining
and restorinIg 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
buildd ups ,... .'.....,, ......., ,,:'
According to0 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 for its certified
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.


City of Lake
Butler meets
second Monday
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
Americans Act
helps UC
seniors
The Older Americans Act
provides a variety of services
to seniors in Union County.
Home delivered meals,
nutrition education, telephone
reassurance, recreation, health
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.

Group forming
to restore

A group is forming to restore
the cemetery formerly known"
as Townsend Pastures
cemetery. For more
information, contact Collis
Small at (386) 496-2786 or
Keith Webster at (386) 496-
3940.


UCHS Softball team visits Rotary Club


Members of the Union County High School Girls Varsity Softball Team recently
visited the Lake Butler Rotary Club. The group sat down for lunch then told members
about the teams season. Pictured above representing the team are: Kim Heinermen,
Head Coach Beverly Lasseter and Cassie Lee.


Pageant to
raisemoney
for bus victims
Anyone between the ages
of infant to 18 years of age
is invited to participate in a
pageant that will benefit
victims of the Jan. 25 bus
accident. The pageant will
take place on Thursday,,
April 20 at 7 p.m. It will
take place 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
3 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.


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 386i 496-0614 or
Courtnie Davison Douglas
at (386) 496-3326. You can
also e-mail1
uchsclassof1 9961'.,aol.com .


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

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
ihe Marjorie Driggers Museum
located inside the Townsend
Building on Main St. in Lake
Butler.. For more information.
call 1386. 496-3044.


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Family events are planned
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CRASH
Continued from p. 1A
played one of the two people
that found the accident and
reported it to the sheriff's
office.
Both rescue and law
.enforcement said they do not
believe alcohol played any part
in the accident. Peacock was
issued a ticket for careless
driving.
James Redmond can be
reached at (386) 496-2261 or
uctimes @alltel.net


Pageant to
raise money for
bus victims
-. Anyone beWween the ages of
infant to 18 years of age is
invited to participate in a
pageant that will benefit
victims of the Jan. 25 bus
accident. The pageant will take
place on Thursday, April 20 at
7 p.m. It will take place 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 3 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.


Miss Alachua
County beauty
pageant to be
held
The Miss Alachua County
USA and Alachua County
Teen USA beauty pageant will
be held on Sunday, May 7..The
pageant is, currently seeking
contestants to participate in the
event. If you are a girl between
the ages of 13-26, you are
eligible to participate. The
event is open to all regardless
of their county of residence.
The winners will advance to
S the Miss Florida USA and
Miss Florida Teen USA
pageant. For more information,
call (65 237 .6 3A .;: .


Tumbling with the tumbling tumbleweeds


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Pictured above is Union County Public Library Director Mary Brown reading
Tumbleweed Stew to a group of preschoolers. The library offers programs twice
week for preschool aged children to attend. The programs are on Wednesday and
Thursday and begin at 10 a.m. For more information, call the library at (386) 496-
3432.


LCCC
announces
President's list
Lake City Community
College congratulates the
following students for
scholastic achievement for Fall
2005 Semester. The President's.
list is those students with a
grade point average of 4.0. The
Vice President's list is those
with 3.5 or higher and no
grade below C in any course
the) ha'e taken. The graduates
are listed belo\\.
President's.List:
Megan Giebeig and Edwina
McQueen.
Vice-President's list:
Amanda Craw'foprd,
thrisrobbebirktflii,''It ls a
Gunter, Howard Peacock-and
Whitne% Worthington.


SREC offers
home repair
help
Is your home suffering from
draftiness, leaky roof, lack of
insulation, restricted entrance
or lack of heated water? If so,
the Suwannee River Economic


235 SW 4th Ave.
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Lake Butler (


Council has a program that
may help pay for those needed.
repairs. Assistance is based on'
income. Applications for the
program can be picked up at
SREC, located on S.R.-231
across from Tigers Den
Daycare in Lake Butler. For
more information, call (386)
496-2342.


PGROIE


LCCC
celebrates
Earth Day
Lake City Community
College is celebrating Earth
Day for the first time, on April
6, 2006 from II a.m. I 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
environmental 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 Bachmaier, LCCC
coordinator student activities
office at 386-754-4317.



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 Counti Courthouse
located at 55 W Main St. in
Lake Butler. For more
,information. call-(386)
,4964241. -.- .- '
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AISE opens
world to
students
Have you ever thought how
exciting it would be to know
first-hand about the other
cultures of the world? You and
your family can do this
without every leaving the
comfort pf your own home.
American Intercultural
Student Exchange is a well-
established, non-profit
educational foundation
founded in 1981 for' the
purpose of better international
understanding through
language and cultural
exchange.
Embark on an exciting
adventure of learning a new
culture today! Volunteering to
host a high school exchange
student can be a fun and
exciting way to learn more
about the different cultures of
the world while opening a
young person's eyes to the
excitement of American life.
A m e r.i c a n Intercultural
Student Exchange is currently
seeking host families to
provide exchange students
with. meals, bed, supervision
and love. The student brings
the rest with them! English'
language skills, medical
insurance, spending money
and more! They truly become
a member of your family and
community.
Local coordinators will be
assigned to assist you and your
student, in helping to make this
the best experience of your
lives. AISE also offers the
opportunity for you to become
involved by helping secure
host families and supervision
of our students. Open your
heart and your home to a
yot.ng person from another
part 'of our world! To learn
more call our toll.free number
1-800-SIBLING


UCHS offers
tutoring classes
Union County High School,
will be offering tutoring
classes Monday-Thursday
from 3:15 p.m.-4:15 p.m.
Subjects can receive help in: a
variety of areas. Parents
wishing to enroll their children
can pick up an application at
UCHS front office. For more
information, contact Geraldine
Griffis at (386) 496-3040ext -
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) 496-3432
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Dear Library Supporter,
The Union County Public Library is getting ready to begin its
construction project for a new, larger facility. In an effort to raise funds
for this much-needed building, the library is accepting donations for
parts of the picture shown, on the next page. The painting that was
created for this project (painted by Marie Wiggs Tyre) will be
translated into a giant mural on the meeting room wall of the new
library building. It is estimated that each animal on the mural will be
life-size or larger. Listed below are the prices for each item. Just think
of the lasting benefits that you can have with your small investment -
the name of your business listed in the library for years, your family's
name showing support of the library and our community's education,
dedication in memory of a loved one, and much more...
Each item listed will have a plaque that corresponds to the item.


Leaf on the Tree:.. .......... .............................. .. $200
Limb on the Tree:.......................................$500
Sm all B ird: ................................................... 500
Small Reptile:.............................................$500
S q uirrel: .......................... ........................ $500
Raccoons:........................................ $ 1,000/pair


Flying Egrets............ ...: .............$1,000/pair
Large Bird: ............................................... $1,000
Bear:......................................................... $1,000 .
Alligator: ...............................................$1,000
Deer:..........................................................................................$2,000
Panther:. ..................................................$2,000
Trunk of Tree:...........................................$5,000


If you are interested in helping build your new library

by making a donation for a part of the mural,
please call Mary Brown, library director, at 386-496-3432

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April 6, 2006 UNION COUNTY TIMES Page 5A


IRS warns
citizens of tax
scams
Americans world-wide are
more than three-quarters
through the 2006 federal
income tax 'filing season'.
Millions more tax returns
will be filed before April 15".
The IRS would like to advise
all American taxpayers of the
following. Most paid tax return
preparers are competent
professionals, however, some
afe not. During this time of
year, there are those who
attempt to exploit the
American taxpayer and
defraud the federal
government by preparing and /
or filing fraudulent federal
income tax returns.
When selecting a return
preparer please remember to:
Avoid preparers who base
their fee on the amount of
refund on a return or who
claim they can obtain a
larger refund than other
preparers.
Use a tax professional
who signs your return and
provides you with a copy.
Is the preparer's
reputation known to you?
Do they have credentials?
Review and understand
your return 'before you
sign it. Ask questions if
you do not understand or
agree with items on the
return. You, the taxpayer
is ultimately responsible
for the information and the
tax on the return. Never
sign a blank tax return.
Consider whether the
return preparer will be
around to answer
questions about the return
months or even years after
it has been filed. Only
attorneys, CPAs and
Enrolled Agents can
represent taxpayers before
the IRS in all federal tax
matters, but other
preparers may represent
taxpayers for audits of
returns they actually
prepared.
Preparers and ta\pa)ers
who willful% file false
returns are subject to civil
Sand criminal penalties
including fines and
imprisonment.
Internal .Revenue Service
',Crimina l,, .A)i, ligationn (IRS-.
CI) is the law-enforcement arm
of the IRS. Michael E.
Yasofsky is the Special Agent
in Charge (SAC) of IRS-CI's
Tampa Field Office. The
S Tampa Field Office
investigates, tax fraud and
related crimes in 58 counties in
northern and central Florida.
SAC Yasofsky notes that,
"One bad tax return preparer
can literally affect dozens,
even thousands of taxpayers
and their returns. The impact
of these unscrupulous
individuals on the American
public and our system of
taxation can be enormous.
Therefore, IRS-Cl takes its.
-responsibility to investigate
and prosecute these
unscrupulous individuals very
seriously."
: The IRS Return Preparer
Program is an important part
of IRS-CI's overall mission to
serve the American public by
investigating potential criminal
:, violations of. the Internal
Revenue Code and related
financial crimes in a manner
that fosters confidence in the
tax system and compliance
with the law. Regarding this
program:
Age, education, profession
and socio-economic status
do not make a taxpayer
immune to the-fraudulent-
acti\ cities of the
unscrupulous return
preparer. Some preparers
cater to particular
oc cupations or
communities. Groups of
agricultural workers,
physicians, law
enforcement officers,
teachers and members of
S the armed forces have all
been victims of dishonest
Preparerss.
-The African-American
community has. been the
object of unscrupulous


preparers who generate
false refunds through what
has come, to be known to
the IRS-as .the 'slavery
. reparations scheme'.
Promoters of this scam
falsely advise individuals
of African-American
descent that they are
entitled to- financial
compensation from the.
government based on the
economic impact of the
institution of slavery.,
The Earned Income Tax
Credit was enacted by
Congress in 1975 to assist


lower-income families.
Economically deprived
communities have
frequently been victims of
dishonest preparers who
manipulate income or
exemptions to generate a
false EITC.
The advent of the
electronic filing of income
tax returns and the
availability of refund
anticipation loans have
opened up new avenues
for the unscrupulous
preparer.
The U.S. Department of
Justice through the U.S.
Attorney's Office criminally
prosecutes individuals who
have been investigated and
referred by the Special Agents
of IRS-CI. Paul I. Perez is the
U.S. Attorney for the Middle
Judicial District of Florida.
U.S. Attorney Perez states,
"As April 15 approaches,
people should take notice that
the government aggressively
prosecutes individuals who file
false income tax returns, as
well as individuals who
prepare false returns for others.
Cheating on taxes amounts to
stealing from the federal
government and from people
who pay their fair and honest
share."
The following individuals
were recently charged with
federal tax crimes related to
the preparation of false income
tax returns. All cases are
being prosecuted in the Middle
District of Florida.
On February 3, 2006 Jose A.
Fernandez a 47 ,year, old
resident of Winter Park, FL,
pled guilty to a two-count
violation of 26 USC 7206(2)
as outlined in an information
filed with the U.S. District
Court in Orlando on January
13, 2006. According to the
information and other
documents filed with the court,
Fernandez owned and operated
Economy Legal Services
(ELS) and had been preparing
tax returns professionallN for
over twenty years. As the
super isor of ELS employees
in 1999, 2000, 2001 and 2002,
Fernandez also directed
numerous other indi% iduals in
the. preparation of client's
Forms 1040 income tax returns
containing false. Schedule A
itemized deductions, false"
schedule C expenses, false.
exemptions and false filing
statuses of. ,,' ead,iQtQf-,
Household'. These'false items .
7l.resulted in increased refunds
for the client taxpayers. Some
of the Schedule A deductions
consisted of client gifts to
relatives which were falsely
shown on the client return as a
charitable deduction.
Fernandez assured his clients
that all of his tax advice %\as
legal and most, ELS clients
were allegedly unaware of the
fraudulent nature _of (heir
returns. ELS however, lost its
electronic filing privileges in
1999. so clients were advised
how to file their own returns.
Fraudulently large taxpayer
refunds were sent directly to
SELS clients and ELS benefited
from increased business as a
result of Fernandez' reputation
as a skilled tax specialist. IRS
audits of 180 ELS clients show
total taxpayer deficiencies of
$547,039.10. Violations of 26
USC 7206(2) are punishable
by a term of imprisonment of
three years for each count and
a fine of up to $100,000.
Fernandez is scheduled for
sentencing on April 24, 2006.
On January 27, 2006
Marguerite Young Smith the
owner-operator of Quick Tax
of Merritt Island, FL "as
sentenced to a prison term of
30 months and a term of
supervised release Of three
years as a result of her
pleading guilty to Count 17 of
a 26-count indictment charging
her with numerous acts of
filing false claims with the
federal government, in
* violation of 18 USC 287.
These false claims were
primarily) client, income tax
returns which were filed
electronically and which
showed what is known to the
IRS as the non-existent
'Slavery Reparations Credit ''.
U.S. District- Judge John
Antoon II ordered Ms. Smith
to seek mental health
counseling while incarcerated
and further ordered her to


cease preparation or income
tax.,returns for anyone other
'than herself and her husband..
Smith must also cooperate
with the IRS in the
determination of the truer tax
liability represented by the
false returns prepared by her.
Smith was also directed to
surrender to the U.S. Marshall
not later than April 26, 2006.
Smith has filed court
documents in an attempt to
appeal her sentence. The
maximum. penalty for a
violation of 18 USC 287 is five


years imprisonment and a
$250,000 fine.
On December 8, 2005
Sandra Dee Woody and
Sharon Denise Wilbon were
sentenced pursuant to plea
agreements admitting
violations of 18 USC 287,
filing false claims with the
federal government. Facts
established by the plea
agreements indicate that
Wilbon and Woody
intentionally filed or caused to
be filed, 23 false income tax
returns resulting in false claims
for refunds amounting to
$72,617. Additionally, Wilbon
and Woody prepared and filed
a false 2001 federal income tax
return for Woody which
caused a falsely inflated refund
of $6,844 to be issued by the
IRS. Wilbon was sentenced to
24 months in federal prison
and three years of supervised
release by the U.S. Probation
Office. Wilbon was also
ordered to pay restitution of
$72,617 to the IRS, file and
pay her income tax returns for
2000-2002 and perform 150
hours of community service.
Wilbon reported to prison on
January 4, 2006. Woody was
sentenced to eight months
imprisonment and three years
of supervised release. She was
also ordered to jointly pay
restitution to the IRS with
Wilbon in the amount of
$72,617 and she must also file
and pay her 2000-2002 federal
income tax returns. Woody
was further ordered to undergo
drug addiction treatment while
in. Federal prison. Woody
reported to the U.S. Marshall.
on March 1, 2006 to begin her
incarceration.


UCPL presents Let's Monkey Around


The Union County Public Library recently presented a program entitled Let's Monkey
Around. Preschoolers got to learn all about monkeys and then they made their own-
monkey faces. Pictured from I-r with their projects are: Karah Oden, Kinsley Floyd,
Emily Hodges, Kaitlyn Gainey Zoe Whitlock and Katie White. The library presents
preschool programs every Wednesday and Thursday morning at 10 a.m. For more
information, call (386) 496-3432.


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


610


and get gaintul employment.
Services include help with
physical or mental treatment,
job placement and retraining.
For more information, call
(386) 755-9026 ext. 3149.

UCHS Class of
1986 planning
reUnion
The Union County high


1st. Street SW *Lake


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.


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DRAMA
Continued from p. 1A

"I have a signal four with
two vehicles involved," she
tells dispatch. "Send rescue
and let them know one victim
is entrapped."
Moments later two rescue
units from Union County
Emergency Medical Services
arrive to take care of the
victims. A squad truck comes
in to help extract the entrapped
victim.
-As personnel from the Union
County Volunteer Fire
Department work to free the
trapped victim, EMS personnel
call for a helicopter to take
Spiller to the hospital.
The ShandsCair helicopter
arrives to fly Spiller to Shands
at the University of Florida.
UCSO Deputy Ray Shuford
gives spectators an account of
everything that is happening.
"At this time C J is being
flown to UF because of the
massive amounts of traumatic
injuries received in the
accident," Shuford said. "It is
unknown just how bad his
injuries truly are."
By this time rescue crews
have freed the trapped victim..
Through the announcer the
crowd learns that it was
Celeste Smith, now being
played by Jennifer Lake, who
was trapped. They also learn
she did not survive the crash.
The crew removes Smith
from the truck and lays her
lifeless body on the ground
with a sheet draped over her.
One arm and one leg are left
uncovered for spectators to
see.
At this point, Goodwin
begins to give Nobles, now
played by Spencer Bell, a field
sobierty test. Nobles is unable
.to perform even the simplest of
tasks. After failing miserably,
he is handcuffed and escorted
to the back of Goodwin's
patrol car.
The audience then hears the
voice of Smith .talking to her
parents. o
"I want you to know I: kept
my promise to you not to drink
on prom night," the recording
says. "It was my new
boyfriend and I didn't know
anything about it." .
The scene shows Union
County Sheriff Jerry
Whitehead knocking on the
door of the Smiths' house.
"Hey.. Jerry, ho% .ou doing,
S come- on' in," Harey said.
"What's going on?"
SWhitehead delivers the
tragic news to Celeste's
parents.
"There 'was an accident
-tonight and Celeste was
involved," Whitehead informs
the couple. "I hate to tell. you
this, but she was hurt badly
I and did not sun ive it."
Debe immediately falls into
the arms of Harvey.
"This can't be true," Debe
says through tears. "Not my
babN. not my only child."
/" Whitehead asks the couple
to come to the morgue to
identify Celeste. Harvey asks
him to give them a moment
while they collect themselves.
The drama ends with the
couple on the way to identify'
their one and only child.
Later in the day, officials
from the high school were
suppose to announce that
Spiller had died despite the
best efforts of rescuers and
doctors. After through
consideration, it was decided
not to make the announcement.
According to UCHS, the Jan.
25 bus accident was the
biggest factor in the decision.
Whitehead spoke to the
students at the completion of
the event.
"I don't Want to have to go
to your house on prom night
and tell your parents you're no
longer with us," Whitehead
said. "I would urge each of you
not to drink, but especially not
Io drink and drive."
SIn an interview after the
event. Whitehead said it
Bothered him to even make a
fake death notification.
"The worst part of my job is
when I have to tell a family
they're e lost a family member,"
., Whitehead said. "If I never had
to make another one, it would
be too soon."
Coburn thanked the many
Agencies invoked in putting on
the event.


"I would like to thank the
Union Count) Sheriff's Office.
Union County Office of
. Emergency Management,
Union County Emergency
Medical Services, the Union
County. Volunteer Fire
Department and the students
who participated in this
drama." Coburn said. WithoutL
them, none of this would have
been possible.

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


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Harvey Smith and Debe Stephenson react after they told their daughter has Deen
killed.


Union County Sheriff's Office Deputy Mindy Goodwin
has Kasey Nobles, played by Spencer Bell, perform a
field sobriety test.


I Celeste Wilson, Leah McDowell, Jennifer Lake, Debe Stepenson and
have breakfast before the beginning of the drama.


This was the scene of the mock accident. The truck is
shown after the roof was removed to extricate a trap
patient.


Personnel Archer Funeral Home load Celeste Smith,
played by Jennifer Lake, into a herse for her ride to the
m orge. -.- -


Union County Sheriff Jerry Whitehead speaks the
gathering after the completion of the program.


UC Friendship
Club to meet
The Union County
Friendship Club will meet at
the home of Marjorie Kent on
Monday, April 10, at 10 a.m.
A covered dish,luncheon will
be served at noon.


Margie Coburn,-the
organizer of the event,:
thanks everyone for their
participation.


VFW sponsors
Easter egg hunt
The Lake Butler Veterans of
Foreign Wars Post 10082 w ill
sponsor an Easter egg hunt of
Saturday. April 15, beginning
at II a m. The event %will take
place at the organizations
headquarters located just on
S.R. 231 south in Lake Butler.
The vent is being held by the
VFW's ladies auxiliary.
Everyone is invited. For more
information, call (386)49.6-
3263.


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-their heads.


Paramedic Brian Schull, EMT Ryan Lowery and Paramedic Rob Koch await the
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UCPL gets medieval with Karoke Knight


Recently, the Union
County Public Library
sponsored an event that
allowed its participants to
go back and time and get
medieval. The library held
an event entitled Karoke
Knight. The theme of the
event was naturally
__medievaltimes. Altendees
were encouraged to dress
the part. Richard and Dale
Tillis provided allthe
equipment necessary for
the children to really get
into the act. The event
was a fund raiser with
proceeds going to the
Junior Friends of the
Library Scholarship Fund.


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Top left: Terry Brown and Jodie Cason do some good
'ole karoke.

Top right: Victor Rodriguez and Eva Panzl chose to trip
the life fantastic.

Bottom left: Andrew Framer and his friend, a rubber
chicken, made it out for the event.

Bottom right: Ms. Joannie, a member of the UCPL staff,
shows off her medieval attire.


Theodore Roosevelt was the first President to ride in an
automobile. He toured Hartford, Ct. in a Columbia
Electra Victoria on August 22, 1902.


Dial a Story
available to
children
:Young children of Union'
Count 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
%eekhl. For-more information,
call i386) 496-3432.

Voluntary
Summer Pre-K
program
offered
Any child who is entering
..,Kindergarten in August 2006
.its eligible to attend the
Summer Voluntar Pre-K


program at Lake Butler
Elementary School. For more
information, call Trish Ranard
at 1386 1496-3047.



Pre-K
screenings to
be held
On Friday, April 28,K
screenings will be held for all
4-vear-olds to determine their
eligibilitN for the Lake Butler
Elemeritary School Pre-K
program. The screenings will
be held at the school. For more
information or to schedule an
appointment, call Trish~-Raniard
at (386) 496-3047.


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Section B: Thursday, April 6,2006





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



Fox's plate full with more than just cookies


BY LINDSEY KIRKLAND
Telegraph Staff Writer
It's the time of the year
when dieters save up their
calories for a special treat and
others splurge on as many
boxes as they can get their
hands on.
It's time for Girl Scout
Cookies.
The yearly sale is wrapping
up, but the mere mention of
those words still brings about
thoughts of Samoas, Thin
Mints, Tagalongs and Do-si-
dos.
While it may seem like a
dream job to work with the
Girl Scouts and to eat as many
cookies as your heart and
stomach could desire, Girl
Scouts, membership specialist
Lindsay Fox said being
employed by the organization
has the opposite effect.
"It actually makes me less
likely to eat them," she said,
"because I'm around them all
the time."



Starke Rec.
Dept. summer
camp is now
registering
'The Starke Recreation
Department's annual. summer
camp will begin Tuesday, May
30, and those interested in
participating have until Friday,
May 26, to sign up.
Children ages 6-17 may
attend the camp, which will be
held at the Bradford County
Fairgrounds in buildings I anid
2 (the age determining date is
May 30, 12006, though
exceptions will be made for
children who have completed
kindergarten and who w ill be 6
this summer). The camp runs
nine weeks (through July 28),
NMonda s-Fridavs.' '
The cost of attending is
$105, which includes a T-shirt
for weekly trips; but does not
cover the cost of field trips. All
field trips will be scheduled on
Friday, with prices announced
beforehand. The camp is
closed on field trip days.
Campers must bring their
own lunches if the lunch grant
is not awarded to Bradford
County schools this year. The
camp has a soft drink machine,
water fountain and ,snack
machine.. A refrigerator; is
available. It is asked that
children do not bring
rnicrowa% able foods.
S. Children may be dropped off
S at- 7 a.m. and picked up
promptly at 6 p.m. Fees will be
assessed,if a child is not picked
up by this time.
For more information on
camp rules and requirements,
p please call the Starke.
Recreation Department at
(904) 964-6792.


BC kids can
sign up now
for summer -
softball
Registration is currently
under way for the Siarke
Recreation Departmeni's
summer softball program,
which is open to children ages
'Those interested have until
Friday, Maa 12, to.register for
rone.of three leagues: T-ball
agess 4-5), small fry (6-8) and
junior (9-12).. The age
S determining date is June 6,
2006.
The season begins Monday,
SJune 5, but there will be
Several clinics held before then
I at the Edwards Road Complex.
T\ o small fry clinics will be
S held Tuesday-Wednesday,
S Ma\a 16-17, 3-3:45 p.m.' and
.. two juriior clinics will be held
S tlose same days from 3:45
5' p.Im. until 4:30 p.m.
S 'T-ball clinics will be held
Tuesday-Wednesday, May 23-
2 4, 3-3:30 p.m. for 4-year-olds
S-and 3:30-4 p.m. for 5-year-
I olds.
,, ".Teams are assigned on the
last day of the players' clinics.
:,Cost of the participation is
S$30, with players receiving. a
T-shirt, cap and trophy- ,


Another common question
she is asked is if she gets an
employee discount on the
cookies.


Fox simply states, "No," and
explains how the Girl Scouts is
about more than just the
cookies.


Fox, formerly Lindsay
Walkup, got the Girl Scout
experience first hand growing
up as a member of the


organization in Bradford
County.
She first became interested
in being a Girl Scout because


her mother was part of the
group.

See SCOUTS, p. 10B


For more information,
* please call the recreation
department at (904 964-6792.-


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Kiwanis-clubs Friends of the
plan spring Library sale is BC 4-H livestock team takes second

events April 22 The Bradford 4-H livestock


The Kiwanis Club of Starke
will host a Texas Hold'em
Poker Tournament on
Saturday, April 22. at 5 p.m..
at the Starke Golf and Country
Club. Cost to enter is $50.
The Kiwanis clubs of Starke
and Keystone Heights will"
sponsor a Good Friday Golf
Tournament on April 14 at the
Keystone Golf and Country
Club. The tourney will begin
at.8:30 with a shotgun start.
Four-player teams can enter
for $200.
Call Steve Denmark for
information on these events at
(904) 964-5827.


Friends of the Library,
Alachua County Library
District, will hold its annual
Spring Book Sale Saturday
through Wednesday, April 22-
26. The sale will be at the
Friends of the Library Book
House, 430 North Main Street.
The book sale will be open
on Saturday, April 22, from 9
a.m. until 6 p.m. and on
Sunday, April 23, from 1-6
p.m. the hours Monday and
Tuesday, April 24 and 25 will
be noon until 8 p.m. and
finally on Wednesday, April
26, the event will be open
from noon until 6 p.m.


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(All Seats $4.00 Before 6 p.m. 964-5451 *CLOSED MON & TUES*D)
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Sat. 5:10, 7:10, 9:05
Sun. 5:05, 7:05
Wed., Thurs., 7:30


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judging team finished as
runner-up at the state contest
in Gainesville April 1, earning
a berth in the National Western
Stock Show, which will be
-held in Denver Jan. 7, 2007.
Team members Abigail
Crawford, Ryan Crawford,
Dakota Reddish and Lloyd
Webb are looking forward to
the trip. Reddish stole the
show. by bringing home five
individual awards. She
received fifth place individual
in evaluation, fourth place
individual in reasons and
swine placing, second place
individual in cattle selection
and second place overall High
Individual.
Webb received ninth place
overall High Individual.
At the contest in Gainesville,
team members judged and
evaluated 12 classes of
animals, did questions on two
classes and gave two sets of
oral reasons to defend their,
class placing. They competed
against nine other 4-H teams
from across the state.
The team members wish to
extend their thanks to all of the
individuals who allowed them
to practice at their farms and to


Brad Muse and Jamie
Whitehead for continually
supporting and coaching the
team.


OBITUARIES: I


Cadance Brown
LAKE BUTLER :..nInfant
/Cadance Rebecca Brown was
delivered stillborn on MondaN.
April 3. 2006, at Shands LF in
Gainesville.
Cadance is survived .by: her
inmoher. Cjrol \n R. "Carre"
H.inn oi Lake Builer, her lather.
Roheii I Bromn of Lake City;
hei nmteinal ginJdparenth. Roger
jnd G%%en H.mm ot Lake Butler,
ihel palernal grandparents. Oscar
and Brenda Brown of Lake City;
and her paternal great-
grandmother Lennie Bryan of
Lake City. She was preceded in
death by her maternal great-
grandparents, Buren and Carolyn
Duhavant, and her paternal great-
rrajndjither. Dock Bryan
LUrae\,ide scIr\ices for
Cadance ~ ill be held at 11 a.m.
on Thursday, April 6, 2006. in
Dekle Cemetery with Pasior.
John R. Haihatayv officiating.
Buhal % ill lollo' under thc care
.o Archer Funeral Home ol Lake
Butler.
The family will receive friendss
at. the funeral home.on"Thursda\
from 10 to 10 : 4 15 i'.m.


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Madison St.


Mon. & Tues. 9-7( ) 9 2
Sawurd.ay 9-3 (904) 964Z826. O (904) 964-682


In.Memory


Leaton U. Morgan III


In Loving Memory of
Leaton U. Morgan III
1949-2006
the Broken Chain
-We.little knew that morning that
God was going to call your name.
In life, we loved \ on deall:
in death we do lhe same.


..-. It broke"our hearts to lose you,
you did inio gon tlone: for parts of us
went with \ ou. the day God called
voun home.
You left us peacefild memories.
your love i still our guide:
.4nd though we cannot see you,
yot, are always at our side.
Our family chain is broken,
and nothing seems the same;
But as God calls us one by one,
the chain will link again.
Love you and miss you.
To God be the Glory
Daddy and Mother


Raymond Lavon Perry Sr.


In Loving Memoory of
Raymond Lavon Perry Sr:
November 30, 1957-April 8, 1999q
L going favor rather than silver and
gold. Proi'erbs 22:1.
Its been seven years since yon were
called home, and you are truly
missed.
Love.
Rviiond Perr IJr Adrtian Perrvy


Veterans with an
honorable discharge who
,ire in 1ietied in reactivaling
Pout #314 ire urged to call 964-
5373. Muuic .I. ,\hie. ajntime
Ilte.r 7 p.m.

Bradford-Union \ o-Tech
Center %ill otler a 410-hour child:
ctme class u er thie summer. but
15 entollee,% \ill hbe required.
Cill l.nida aloneo n or Micke. .
.gner :it 191t414 ')9-6780 or"
|9041 966-6778


Richard Perry, Troy Perr,; .P
.4 lien Perry and Willie Perry :
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The Bradford 4-H livestock judging team placed second at the state contest. The
team is comprised of Ryan Crawford, Lloyd Webb, Abigail Crawford and Dakota
Reddish.


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Lucy Bloodworth
(AI.NESVILLE Lucy
McCa,kill Bloodworlh. 101. of
( jainis \ille died Thursday. March
(i. 200(. ,it Windsor Manor
\Nuisin Homenic in Starke
tollo\smig i n extended illness.
Born in DcFuniak Springs on
Sept. 5. 1904. Mrs. Bloodworth
mo\cd it Giinesville in 1932.
She was a businesswoman,
o orkin te as a secretary.
bookkeeper and sales person.
She owned and operated The
Cisunal Shopt and Lucy's. both
ladies clothing stores. She was
I'ormer president of the
(i;:inces'vi Il Business and
Professional Women's Club and
was a member of First
Presbyterian Church of
Gaines ville.
Mrs. 1loodworth is survived
by: a son. Jim Bloodworth. of
Siarke: and several grandchildren
and great-grandchildren. She was
preceded in death by a daughter,
Lucy Jeanne "Bunny" Holston,
and a grandson. Bill Williamson.
Memorial services for Mrs.
Bloodworth will be held at a later
date, Interment will be in the
courtyard of First Presbyterian
Church in Gainesville under the
care of Jones Funeral Home of
Starke.

Thomas Dockery
ASHEVILLE, N.C. Thomas
"Tom" Dockery. 76. of
Asheville', N.C., died
Wednesday, March 22, 2006.
Born in Hot Springs.,, Ark., to
the late Grover Harlowe Dockery
and Grace Gauranflo Dockery.
Mr. Dockery was raised in the
West Asheville and Riceville
area. He owned and operated an
accounting firm in Keystone
Heights in the 1970s. He was
listed for 30 years, in "Who's
Who in Finance in the
Southeast," "Who's Who in
Finance in the United States,"
"Who's Who in Finance in the
World," and was a. member of the
Northeastern Florida Chapter of
the United States Accountants
Association.
Mr. Dockery Jis survived by;
four daughters, Dot Wilder, of
Jacksonville, Victoria JoAnne
Block of Kansas City. Robin
Bell of Keystone Heights, and
Jill Dockery Forrest of East Flat
Rock; 12 grandchildren and four
great-grandchildren. He was
preceded in death by his wife of
54 years, Rebecca Robinson
Dockery
Jackson Funeral Service and
Crematory was in charge of
Arrangements. Memorial services
will be held at a later date.


Grace Fullwood
EUSTIS Grace Clara
Fullwood. 84. of Eustis passed
Sunday. April 2, 2006, at Florida
Hospital Waterman in Tavares.
Born in Tampa, Mrs. Fullvood
had lived in Starke lor 46 years
before recently moving to
Eustis. She was a member of First
Christian Church of Starke and
also a member o"f the
Bradford/Union Fair
Association.
Mrs. Fullwood is survived by:
a daughter. Nalcy Lopez ol
Eustis: a brother, Allen Pratt of
Hernando; a sister, Dorothy Cole
of St. Petersburg; and one
grandchild. She was preceded in
death by her husband, Lonnie
Fullwood. '
Memorial services for Mrs.
Fullwood will be held at II a.m.
on Friday. April 7, 2006. at the
First Christian Church of Slarjke
with the Rev. Charles Soper
officiating and the Rev. Bill
Nichols assisting. Archie Tanner
Funeral Home of Starke is in
charge of arrangements.

Robert Griffin
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Robert
Jefferson Griffin Sr.. 87. of
Keystone Heights died Sunday,
April 2. 2006. at Orange Park
Medical Center.
Born in Danby, Mo.. on Oct.
19, 1918, Mr. Griffin moved to
Keystone Heights in 1970 from
Orange Park. He was a member of
St. Anne's Episcopal Church in
Keystone Heights. American
Legion Post 202 and Fleet
Reserve Association Branch No.
126 in Jacksonville. He served
in the U.S. Navy during World
War 11 and retired as a C.P.O.
Mr. Griffin is survived by: a
son. Robert J. Griffin Jr. of
Keystone Heights: and a brother.
Edward T. Griffin of Dallas.
Funeral services for Mr.
Griffin will be held at 2 p.m. on
Thursday' April 6, 2006, in St.
Anne's Episcopal Church with
Father Harold Ritchie conducting
the services. Interment followed
in Florida National Cemetery in
Bushnell under the care of Jones
Funeral Home of Keystone
Heights.

Alton Nazworth'
GAINESVILLE Alton Eugene
N:,i,:rtih, 70, of Gainesville
died Saturday, April 1, 2006, at
his residence.
', Born in Hawthorne, Mr.
Nazworth moved to Gainesvillo,
49 years ago. He retied nromIn tle
Alachua County Ta \ Collector's
ollice. I-e was n member ot1 L.ake


Forest Baptist Church.
Mr. Nazworth is survived by:
his wife of 49 years, Dorothy
Elaine Nazworth of Gainesville:
two sons. Kevin Nazworth ol
Houston and Bryan Nazworth of
Brooker; two brothers. Robert
Na/.worth of Athens. Ga. and
James Nazworth of Worthington
Springs.
Funeral services for Mr.
Nazworth were April 5. 2006, at
Williams-Thomas Funeral Home
of Gainesville.

Richard Williams
VALDOSTA. GA. Richard
Lawrence "Rich" Williams. 55,
of Valdosta, Ga. died Saturday.
April 1, 2006, at St. Luke's
Hospital in Jacksonville
Following an extended illness.
Born in Waycross, Ga., oni
Dec. 30. 1950. Mr. Williams was
the son of the late Gladys .and
Mack Williams Jr. He was a
member of First Baptist Church
of Starke.
Mr. Williams is survived by:
his wife. Lynda C. Jones
Williams of Valdosta: two
daughters, Micayle Baggett of
Lawrenceville, Ga. and Erin
Williams of Valdosta: two sons,
Kevin Williams of West
Columbia, S.C.. and Dodd Jones
of Abilene. Texas: and two
grandchildren.
Fiiiier:l I service e I: for M r
\\ ili.ir, '. cie April 4. 2I1b6. in
Itie Chprel 0 1i the C-jiin MIcLaie
Furiciljl Hii inie '.' i ih i-he Re'.
Gciiei e Bernniel Dail.' M |l\'.'.ell
.id T lin Chr.ilh 'er, oitlli i.ilnir,
Bui aIl oll.t '.ed in, Flet.'hei
Ceiieier'i in al.ip.ih.i G.I.
lM enioiiJl .'lll 7lbull-.11- ina\
he ir.ide' 10 \ .tldo,,Ij St.11c
uln iel .illt lor Bl.izei Fooilh.ill
Condo .lence.', in ie l .i lihll, In.i
be e pi e' 'ed 'iline .it
ii,.'i i. nelunerjIl.-ei ii. c, ii


Laurie Vickery
STARKE Laurie Jean
Vickery. 50. of Starke. died
Monday. April 3. 2006. at Haven
I lospice .T. York Care Center.
Born in Binghiamton. N.Y..
Mrs. Vickery had lived in Starke
for 24 years. She was employed
as a lah technician for Zachry
Construction at Dupomt for eight
years.
Mrs. Vickery is survived by:
her husband. Ronnie Vickery ofl
Starke: a daughter, Conny Jean
Farris of Lawley: a son. William
Joseph "Billy" Vickery of
Starke: her mother. Betty Barton
of Ocala: three brothers. Bobby
Barton of Denver. Colo.. Danny
Barton of Lake City and Tomi
Barton of Nashville. Tenn.: and
one grandchild.
Memorial services for Mrs.
Vickery will he conducted at 5
p.m. on Friday. April 7. 2006. in
the Chapel olf Archie Tanner
Funeral Home with the Rev.
Wayne Spratlin olt iciating.
Archie Tamiier Funeral Home of
Starke is in charge of*
arrangements.


Opal Wills
SCLINTON: ILL. Opal Fern
Wills. 87. of Clinton, Ill.. died
Wednesday. March 29. 2006. at
H ,NM ILi Rc ,n ,,1,Al eji..i
(C i lin i N N II ilit. Ill
11, in Dc\\ ( iii II
,,, l ] I l' Ill-.' u.i 'llu1 L lI
EmcI ', () \A\ .lkcl aid LuL:, L l,,ng.
M i'. W ill, li'.ed in Kel i,,n.'
H lilliC I1 1 'i I'IlM u lilll 2,,..
v lien slite iciuined io C(linmon
Slie \a,1 j inemher ot Clinon
-,,einrhl\ il iGod Church. the
Lidie,. Pra\er Circle Cirdle Roll
omen','N Mi,.sionnjr, Group and
jl.o' ,aught Sundj\ Schiol.


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Mrs. Wills is survived by: two
daughters. Betty Lou Phillips of
Des Moines. Iowa and Debbie
Sue Forsythe of Etowah. Tenn.:
three sisters. Corena Rebecca
Meyer of Bloomington, Ill.,
Coria Arcoda Hagenbruch of
Clinton and Betty Bianucci of
Tucson. Arin.: two brothers.
Elwin Walker of Bloominglton
and Donald Walker of Colorado:
six grandchildren. I our great-
grandchildren and one great-
great-grandchild. She was
preceded in death by her husband
William Harold Wills in 1990.
Funeral services lor Mrs.
Wills were April 3, 2006. at
Clinton Assembly of God Church
with Pastors Dan Bell and C.R.
Deprenger conducting the
services. Interment followed in
Woodlawn Cemetery under the
care of Calvert Funeral Home of
Clinton.

Milton Stoppelbein
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Milton
"Fritz" T. Stoppelbein Sr.. 90, ofl
Keystone Heights died Thursday.
March 30, 2006. at Baptist
Medical Center in Jacksonville.
Born on Nov. 23. 1915, in
Charleston, S.C., Mr.
Stoppelbein moved to Keystone
Heights in June 2002 from
Sanihel Island where he was in


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was secretary/treasurer for the
Florida LeaIguc ol Anglers. He
served in the U.S. Navy during
World Wlar II and retired as a
Greyhound Bus driver and-Tauck
Tour director.
Mr. Sloppelbein is survived
Ih: his children. Eleanor Young
ol' Keystone Heights, Kathy
()Oshorn oft Jacksonville. and
Milton "Fritzie" Stoppelbein Jr.
ol" Melrose: a brother, Malcolm
Sloppelhein ofl Fletcher. N.C.: a
sister Myrtle Pryor of Fletcher:
1() grandchildren and 10 great-
grandchildren.
Arrangements are under the
care of Jones Funeral Home ol
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Editoria'/Opinion

Thursday, April 6, 2006 Page 4B


'But if I did, I killed my best friend.'

-Raiford Mayor Ben Andrews
(This is the second in a series of statement, but en route to the hospital,
articles oh the history of Raiford.) he told Officer P.A.Sharpe that Dyal
This admission of .possible .guilt had fired the first shot as he came out
was reported by Duval County of the house, and he (Andrews) was
Detective Fred King after he struck by the bullet. Medical
interviewed Raiford Mayor Ben technicians later found an abrasion on
...-Andrews-in-referenceT-t6-the shooting his face, but no gunshot wounds.
death of former Raiford resident Earl Mrs. Dyal said her husband did not
Brady Dyal, 37, who was living in the own a pistol. His only weapon was an
Lackawanna section of Duval County. old shotgun and it was not involved in
The cause of the :altercation was the situation. Andrews' pistol was the
apparently never determined, or if it.. only gun found at the scene. Dyal had
was, it was not revealed in The been shot twice.
Telegraph. Whitehead said he and the others
After the shooting, Mrs. Dyal said, had been riding around and went to
"Brady and Ben were both raised in Dyal's house. They found Dyal sitting
Raiford and were lifelong friends, in his own car.-whenithey drove into
They had never had an argument."- .---htiyariFd, and Dyal backed his car-into,
_Ac.unts--from--witnsses and Andrews' car, bending the fender. An,
participants differed, but as best that argument ensued and Andrews told
can be determined, the saga went Dyal that he would have to pay for
something like this: Mayor Andrews, having Andrews' car repaired.
driving his own car, .with'passengers Whitehead said he heard shots,
W.J. Whitehead and another man, didn't know which man fired first, but
later identified as Singleton, -were did see the two men struggling on the
"riding around"' and went to Dyal's ground. Andrews jumped up and
home about 7:45 on Monday evening, hurriedly got into the car, with
Oct. 8, 1928. Whitehead behind the wheel. Syms
Dyal and his employee, Sammy drove Dyal's car into the garage.
Syms (referred to elsewhere as Whitehead and Andrews were
;Tommy Syms), were eating supper brothers-in-law. Andrews' gun was
when the car drove into the Dyals' the only firearm found at the scene,
backyard, and shots were fired, but Whitehead's gun was taken from
hitting the Dyal home near the him at the hospital. It was fully
kitchen, where Mrs. Dyal was. loaded, and had not been fired.I
Dyal and Syms ran out the back Syms reported that Andrews had
door and two more shots were fired, visited the Dyal home earlier in the
Mrs. Dyal ran out of the house into afternoon, before Dyal had come
the back yard and saw her husband from work, and had a gun in his hand,
lying on the ground, and the three "playing with it."
men-Andrews, Whitehead and Whitehead was jailed for a day or
Singleton-in the car, attempting to two, but no record was found
leave. indicating that he was charged.


I WhRbiid'awas 'the driver: Mrs. -Andrews "was-'charged rwi-d 'Dyal '$r
pDyaI ,ran to., .the ..side,,6of. he car, murder,-:and went- to trial. The resulthsv
grabbed the switch key and turned the of the trial will be covered in a
ignition off.' .subsequent article.
When Duval County officers By Buster.Rahn,
arrived, Andrews wouldn't make .a Telegraph Editorialist


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chemicals
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(DEP), in partnership with the
Department of Education
(DOE), is sponsoring teacher
training workshops across
Florida to assist science
Sacherswith- the-inventory -an -
disposal of hazardous and
outdated chemicals found in
school laboratories and storage
areas .


"Good stewardship in school
laboratory. chemical
management is essential to.
creating a safe learning
environment," said DEP
Secretary .Colleen Castille.
"The Department is committed
to helping school districts
ensure that chemicals are
purchased wisely, stored safely,
handled appropriately and
disposed of properly."
The- half-day training
sessions will be conducted in.
March, April and May in
conjunction with school
districts.
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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR


Thank you,
Keystone/Melrose area will Area Ministries Inc. wish to
FOod Lion miss the convenience and thank all of the Food Lion
Dear Editor: pleasure of shopping at Food family. We will miss you.
Since Food Lion opened, we Lion. We look forward to the
at Lake Area Ministries Inc., Dale Davis has been a opening of Harvey's Market
have been blessed with their manager for several years with and hope they follow the
breads, sweets and surplus this organization and will generosity set by Food Lion,
foods. continue to manage the new which was a blessing to Lake
Items were given to Lake store, Harvey's Market. Area Ministries.
Area Ministries to give to our Food Lion's contributions Marylyn Finley
clients who could not afford have provided much-needed Roger Rohlin
them and were greatly food items to our clients. All Jim Tucker
appreciated. All of us in the volunteers and clients of Lake Pat Peppell


Attention:
h l be just like high school, only transformation that takes place
high school in a bigger place than in so many people when they
S nyirl Kstone-which isn't hard to get to college. If you are the
guys andgil find. kid who doesn't quite "fit in"
Dear-Editor: right now, don't worry,
Ah...high school, the social First of all, nobody even because you'll either room
realm of your life. Isn't it knew where Keystone Heights
great? Classes (just kidding), was (shocker), and they cared with or meet a gazillion other
club meetings, dances, sports, even less about who I was people who are just like
talking to your friends and when I lived there. you.... and for the ones of you
making memories that will last who are part of "the in
forever. I remember when I It's my new saying, "After crowd"...um...how shall I put
went to good ol' KHHS; I did high school, nobody cares who this...nobody cares.
the party thing for a while (not you were in high school." And .
worth it-you gain nothing it's really so true; I'll be You can all just 'relax, be
and you lose a lot of money on finishing up my second year yourself and don't worry about
beer), then I got my head soon and I think it's so funny having the most
screwed on straight, had a great to watch the newbiess" get friends-you'll get to make and
senior year and started thinking broken in. It's always the same keep the real ones for the rest
about what was coming after ones too; the jock who lettered of your life. So liguess that's
high school. in everything and still proudly what I wanted to tell you; high'
I've been out for a little displays it on his jacket in 90 school is nothing more than a
while now but at the end there, degree weather, the beautiful stepping stone towards the rest
I didn't think I could live girl who's still trying to use of your life so use it to find
without it. But, since I her looks to get an A in out who )ou.are to you, not
couldn't go back, I've had to Spanish, and that nerd with his who you are,to the coaches, or
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children who have completed
kindergarten and who will be 6
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Mondays-Fridays.
The cost of attending is
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co% er the cost of field trips. All
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own lunches if the lunch grant
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water fountain and snack
machine. A refrigerator is
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children do not bring
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CRIME


Two charged
with stealing
money from
Movie Gallery
A 20-year-old Starke man was
arrested March 31 for. grand
theft.
Terrance Damott Smith, was
charged by Sgt. Kevin Mueller
with planning and committing
the theft of, $2,280 from
Movie Gallery with store
enrployee Rashonda Green. On
Feb. 26 Green delivered the
night deposit to Smith. She
then reported it as a robbery to
the police, Sgt. Mueller said.
The investigation into the
robbery led to Smith's arrest
and Green, 19, being charged
by sworn complaint, Sgt.
Mueller said.
There was no recovery of the
money.
Bond was set at $10,000 for
Smith. He was additionally
charged on a Columbia" County
warrant for violation of
probation grand theft auto with
bond set at $5,000.

Starke man
charged with
stealing
phone cards
A 22-year-old Starke man was
charged last week with stealing
phone cards from .his
emrnployer;
Ellery Cave was arrested,
March 29 by Sgt. William
Brown for grand theft and
dealing in stolen property.
Cave stole phone cards valued
-at $1,020 from Island Food
store, Sgt. Brown said..Some
of the cards were recovered.
..A .12-year-old. juvenile was
charged by sworn complaint
for his part in the crime. Sgt.
Brown said.
Cave was released 'from
custody after a$ 10,000 surety
bond was posted.

Two men
charged with
stealing
Two men are charged with
stealing and then, selling the
stolen property.
William J. Hallam, 24. ot,
Starke was arrested April 3 on
a warrant for grand theft and


dealing in stolen property
(trafficking), according to Sgt.
Ron Davis.
Hallam and Joe Luis Cirercol
Jr., 20, allegedly removed a
lawn mower from the vidfim's
residence during the evening of
March 10, according to
Investigator M.L. McKenzie.
The mower was sold to another
man for $350.
The man said Hallam and
Cirercol returned to his
residence a few days later
attempting to sell a .22 caliber
rifle that was also stolen in an
unrelated burglary, Investigator
McKenzie said.
A sworn.complaint was filed'
charging Cirercol in the crime,
Investigator McKenzie said.
Hallam's bond was set at
$50,000.

Man arrested
for stealing
dog food
A man who stole eight bags
of dog food from Gold Key
was stopped on 'Market Road
and arrested within 10 minutes.
Robert .Demps, 54, of Starke
was arrested April I by Starke
Patrolman Mark Lowery for
retail theft. Demps loaded the
dog .feed and left without
paying the $132.80, Patrolman
Lowery said. A computer
check found he is a habitual
traffic offender and was driving.
while his license was
suspended knowingly. The tag
on his truck was reportedly
stolen.
During a search the officer
found a $100 counterfeit bill in
his pocket, Patrolman Lowery
said.
Demps was also wanted on a
writ of bodily attachment. He
may purge by paying $6,160.
SBond on the traffic,
. counterfeiting and theft charges.
was set at $20,000.

Brooker man
arrested
twice
in two weeks
A Brooker man charged last
week with stealing TVs in
Starke was charged this week
for .stealing in Alachua. .-
George Michael Hammontree.
45, was arrested March 28 by
Bradford Deputi Joseph Jones
for grand theft ahd dealing in


stolen property. Alachua police
requested assistance in
recovering a motorcycle stolen
in Alachua and believed to be
in the Brooker area, Deputy
Jones said. The cycle was
recovered and Hammontree was
arrested.-
A $20,000 surety bond was
posted for his release from
custody.

Hampton
woman flees
police,
caught
An 18-year-old Hampton
female faces multiple charges
after fleeing Starke police..
Terry Crawford was identified
as the individual who stole a
wedding ring from a home on
March 22, according to Sgt.
William Brown. Crawford
asked, for a-drink of: water.
While the victim was out of
the room her husband's' ring
that was lying, on the TV
disappeared and. so. did
Crawford, Sgt. Brown said.
The victim contacted the police
when CrawfOrd returned to the'
home March 28. '
Crawford was located in a
nearby parking lot. but was
very uncooperative, stating she
was not going to jail, Sgt.
Brown said. She admitted to
selling the ring for $20, Sgt.
Brown said
Crawford was handcuffed and
placed in the patrol car but
jumped out as they neared the
jail, Sgt. Brown n said. Crawford


ran from the officer but was
apprehended.
Crawford was charged with
petit theft, trespass, resisting
without violence, dealing in
stolen property and escape.
During the booking process
Crawford attempted to dispose
of a crack pipe and steel wool.
She was also charged with
introduction of contraband in
to a county jail.
Crawford was additionally
charged on warrants with
violation of probation
possession of drug
paraphernalia and possession of
cocaine.


Growing pot
gets teen
arrested
While investigating a March.
25, fire on Spring Lake Road in
Ke' stone Heights that caused
$ 30,000ii in :damages to a. barn
and equipment, marijuana
plants were found at a nearby
residence.
Nathan Bernard Dom Pierre,
18, was charged with
cultivation of marijuana by
Investigator Dale Cray. The
plants were found in flower
pots inside the home. Several
plants ranging from 'four
inches to over a foot talFwere
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living room, Investigator Cray
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Dawn Brown of Lake Butler
is a local representative for
PAX Academic Exchange, a
nonprofit organization that
finds host families for students
from other countries who want
to attend schools in America.
She currently has five students
placed with families in Union
and Bradford counties. There
are currently two other
students attending Union and
Bradford schools under
different foreign exchange
student programs.
Brown said she has both
been a foreign exchange
student herself and has hosted
foreign exchange students
throughfPAX,.
"I was an exchange student
to Brael. 1,Wainted to travel and
see other "places I learned a
lot." -he ;aid "I also hosted a
student from Mongolia when I
lived in S.outh Carolina.
That's hop\ I got involved in
PAX. It's eye-opening. You
learn to accept people's
differences % without judging
them That's important."
Bron and her husband
i\nce are also currently
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India He is attending Bradford
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student.
"These kids add so much to
our lives,. We learn so much
from them about other places.
With Ri,az. living with us.
we've been -reading in the
new spapers about what's going
on in India.' Brown said.
S"e're all learning to be more
interested in the world around
us.
Brown has also, placed
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Richey. Victor Rodrigues of
Brazil is living with, Bill and
Shirley Gibson. Bu Seong An
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Yuttana Saisangkagomen of
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PAX student from
South Korea: Attending
UCHS.
Korea is attending UCHS with.
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Host families need not have
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Daniella Aramayo-
Ortega
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Attending UCHS.
"They can be empty nesters or,
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in sharing their liess" said '
Brown
Saisangkagomen lies in
Bangkok, Thailand-a \ery
large citr He is currently


Seolyung (Sunny) Shin
PIE Student from South
Korea: Attending UCHS.

Living with a family in Lake
Butler.
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Saisangkagomen. "In the big
city you can go anywhere \ou
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CRt IME


Recent
arrests
in Bradford,
Clay or Union
The "following individuals
.aere arrested recently by local
"aw enforcement officers in
Bradford. Clay i Keystone
Heig&t`s area) or Union
County: -
Kristen-'Nicole Gilliam, 18,
of Lawteywis- arrested April 1
by Starke Sgt. Matt Watson
for- I. aggravated battery
domestic. Gilliam is charged
Sixth ramming the victim's car
on the roadwa while both
\ehicles were in motion, Sgt.
Watson said. The victim'ss car
'.as disabled. Gilliam fled the
-cene but was later found and
arrested. A $10,000 surety
bond was posted for her release
from custody.'
Hold toveme Johnson. 48,
o>f Jeksonvilte was arrested
March 28 by. Starke Officer
Paul King for uttering a forged
instrument and attempted grand
theft. pond was set at $ 10.000.
Alphoume. Pernell, 22, of
Stark Mwd_.Vstd. March 27
by .S `rk" Erolman Paul
King for battery, and trespass
after warning. A $5,000 surely
bond was posted for his release
from custody..
Brit. of Lake Butter- was arrested
March 27'by Patrolman King
for pos sion of cannabis and
possession of drug
paraphernalia. Johns vehicle
was stopped with the flashing
lights on- When the officer
approved the vehicle, a
strong -'d-r,fof marijuana was
coming -froirM the vehicle,
Patrolman -Ki-g said. Johns
stated she was out of gas. A
burning car of marijuana
was found -ithe. ashtray and a
crack gM"'. ith residue was
also foiun. Patrolman King
said. Bind was set at $10,000.
Kev ~wa.yn ..-Kitchens, 23.
of Law ws arrested April 2
by Starke. Paiolman Mark
Lowery :-fr trespassing,
possess$.m of' drug
paraphenma'.*a possession of
cocaine. ,l tensi refused to
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being t_ tlo so by the
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During, 'a.rb the officer
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Parrolman L~.y said.
Loretfs4i ew Pyal, 37. of
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ba conduct,
Grai a'. with hitting
the .v .-at times. The
\ ictiiD ,.'^~-Cd ....medical
treat willing to
file- C Manning
said.. T -.,yuiim was later
taken iote" hospital by a
fam,-"il .. i- Deputy


.i ,


Manning said. Gravitz was
later arrested when he
continued to throw things
inside the residence and hit the
walls, Deputy Manning said.
Doris Theresa Blanton, 39, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
March 31 by Clay Deputy
T.W. Roper for possession of
drug paraphernalia. Blanton
was questioned at 2:50 a.m. as
she was walking on Piedmont
Street. She appeared nervous
and attempted to hide
something, Deputy Roper said.
A metal crack pipe and push
rod was found in her pocket
and behind her, Deputy Roper
said. She was arrested on the
charges with a hold for Putnam
County on a warrant.
Richird Ste.en T', ler Ir 2h.
of Starke wjs arrested \pril 3
b\ Starke Patrin.lmn .lJson
Crosby for possession 'f a
counterfeit bill TlIei ga\e the
$100 bill to feniale. jking her
to cash if it i neirb,,
convenience store The bill
was found to be counierteit and
was reported to the p."lice b',
the clerk at the store,
Patrolman Crosb said
With Tler ait thle rime of his
arrest \was Shannon Malrie
VanS'ckel. \anS\ckel. 25 of
Hampton \%as charged on
warrants for violation ot
probation uttering forced bank
check and four counts burglar\
of structure. Patrolman Crosb\y
said. \'anSy.ckel ,ais placed on
drug offender probation on
Feb. for three \ejrs She
failed to report to her probation
officer and failed to complv
with the orders of her
probation during the month of
March. The v.arrants %,ere
\without bond
Gregory Patrick Tyre. 26, of
Sanderson was arrested April I
by Union Deputy George
Green for batter,. Tvre is
charged with striking the
victim in the face during an
altercation The %ictim \\as
temporarily unconscious after
being choked b\ Ta re. She
refused medical treatment
Scott Con'erse RanneN. 49.
of Melrose \was arrested April I
by ClaN Depuit Robert E.
Dews for theft, disorderiN
intoxication and disorderly
conduct. Ranney is charged
with takirig a bottle of juice
from a convenience store
without paying. When
questioned he became loud.


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yelled and stopped to urinate
on the road, Deputy Dews said.
When placed in custody,
Ranney told the deputy he was
going to urinate in his vehicle,
which he did, Deputy Dews
said.
Shawn Pons, 20, of Keystone
Heights was arrested April 1
by Clay deputies for filing a
false police report.
Kevin Prim, 37, of Starke
was arrested March 27 by
Bradford Deputy David
Thompson on a warrant for
uttering forged bank checks and
grand theft. He was transported
to Leon County.
Dana Etienne, 19, of Starke
was arrested March 28 by
P.atrolrriian Loer, for failure
,- appear ruthlesss checks.
Bond ,.a_ se at $14.000
DJmnielle Loe. 21. of
KeN :tone Heights was arrested
Mar.h 30 bh', Bradford Deputi
Charlie \ illams for violationn
,-'I pr ibation.

Angela Anita Robinson. 28.
of Lake Butler '..,as arrested
NMich 31 b'i Union Deputy
NMlirnd, Go-,dv.in tor failure TO
appear possession. grand thelt
.tl110 jnd petit theft Bond %as-
set at $2.1I')OO
Nlelanie Newman. 35, of
keystone Heights was arrested
Nlirch 31 b\ Clay deputies for
i .-,lt n'n of probation or
community control
John Kukendall. 55. of
Keystone Heights %as arrested
NlMarch 20 b., Clay deputies on
.Aarrants for insufficient funds.
Adrian Renee Cochran. 37. of
Lake Butler \%as arrested April
I bN Deputy Manning on a
N\arrant for fraud. Bond was set
at $I 10.000.

Chris Allan Wells, 40, was
arrested March 28 b\ Union
Sgt. Raymond Shuford for
failure to appear on a felon.
offense Bond was set at
$5i501.000.

Jonathan David Stafford, 20,
of NMacclennN was arrested
MNlarch 2S by Deputy Manning
on a Union warrant for failure
to appear. Bond was set at
$2.500:- '-
Traffic
Angela Dryden Cook. 44. of
Earleton was arrested April 2


by Patrolman Murray for
driving under the influence
(DUI). Cook refused to submit
to testing.
Scott Polk, 40, of Starke was
arrested March 27 by Florida
Highway Patrol (FHP) Trooper
Peck for driving while license
suspended or revoked (DWLS)
and misrepresenting insurance.
.Surety bonds totalling $1,000
were posted for his release
from custody.
Antione Acosta, 28, of
Gainesville was arrested March
29 by Bradford Deputy Thomas
Sapp for DWLS habitual. A
$5,000 surety bond was posted
for Acosta's release from
custody.
Raymond Charles Hill Jr.,
21, of Starke was arrested
April 2 by Starke Patrolman
Danny Brown for DWLS. He
was released from custody after
a $500 surety bond was posted.

Frank Toms, 36, of Melrose
was arrested March 31 by Clay
deputies for DWLS.
Shane L. Cooper, 26, of
Lawtey was arrested April 2 by
Lawtey Patrolman Johnny
Hernandez for DWLS. A $500
surety. bond was posted for his
release from custody.,
Nolasco Gustavo, 37, of
Lawtey was arrested March 27
:by Patrolman Hernandez for no
.valid driver's license (NVDL).
A $1,000 cash bond was
posted for his, release.

Alphonzo Junior Covington,
46, of Starke was arrested
April 2 by Patrolman Murray
for. NVDL. A $500 surety
bond was posted for his release
from custody.
,Derek Bolding, 26. of
-Hampton was arrested March
31 by .FHP_ troopers for
N1'DL.

Toni Graham, 23, of Lake
City was arrested March 29 by
Lake City deputies on a
Bradford warrant for failure to
appear violation of probation
DWLS. She was released after
,a $5.000 surety bond was
posted.


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was arrested March 28 by Clay
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DWLS.



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woman with
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arrested
A 36-year-old Lake Butler
woman was arrested April 1
after admitting to the theft of
14 plants.
Lynda Carol Padgett was'
charged by Deputy Donnie
Jones with petit theft. She
returned 11 of the 14 plants,
Deputy Jones said. Value of
the missing Sago palms is
$270.


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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.


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Police Department, Officer
David Bukowski and Bob
Clayton will be checking for
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
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Old Peek house is on the market


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Tlcegralph Stuff Writer
A piece of history is up lor
:-sale in Starke.
The house built hy Col.
K Coimer L. Peek was saved from
destruction in the 1980s by
Randy Johns. who is Peek' s
Ureat-Urandson. and his wife,
Viriginia. hut now the couple,
with Randy contemplating
retirement. is looking for a
smaller place to live.
Thus. the "For Sale" sign
that sits in the front yard.
"'We just decided that it's
too big for us and we needed
to scale down," Virginia Johns
said. "It was really a hard
decision. We're going to miss
this house."
The house has been in
Randy's family since 1893,
when it is believed that Peek
built it. Since that time. Peek
' t and h is w i fe, Harriet,
celebrated their golden
wedding anniversary in the
house. Randy's grandparents
Jim and Isabel Peek Ritch
celebhrate.d their golden
anniversary there (as well as
getting married there) and
Randy's pare'its, S.R. and Dot
Johns, celebrated their golden
wedding anniversary there.
'"I we're still sitting here,
we'll have one, too," said
Virginia, whio will celebrate'
her golden wedding
anniversary with Randy in
three years.
The house is supposedly a
replica, of the house Peek was


born, in outside of Sparta, Ga.
It is believed he built it out of'
timber (long-leaf pine) he
owned.
"It's beautiful wood," Randy
said.
When Peek built the house,
though, it was-not at its current
site (Church Street). He built it
on Madison Street (S.R. 100),


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In the early 1980s, the house
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Randy's cousins with the
agreement they would have it
moved,' which they did in
January 1984.
As Virginia recalled, the
move caused quite a stir in
town.


"It wai amazing," she said.
S"We had no idea everybody
1 would be that interested, but
people came (to watch). It was
like a carnival."
The event was even covered
'by national media since
journalists were in town to
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SCOUTS
Continued from p. 1B
"My mom was a Girl Scout,
so when I was in first grade,
she signed me up for
Brownies," Fox said.
Fox participated in Girl
Scouts through high school,
when many girls drop out.
Under the direction of her
Scout leaders Carolyn Eaves
and Laurie Mullins, Fox was
able to participate in all the
activities expected from a
Scout: camping, selling
cookies and other ways of
earning badges.
The mission of these
activities is to help girls grow
and develop their full
potential, said Eaves.
Fox tried to take her 12
years of Scouting with her as
she left the county and went to
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical
University. Eventually, she
transferred to the University of
Florida and majored in public
relations.
On campus at UF, she
continued her interests with the
Campus Girl Scouts.
She moved to Savannah,
Ga., which is known as the
birthplace of the Girl Scouts,
to become a member
specialist.
She and her husband moved
back to Florida when he found


a teaching position. Fox said
she wanted to be closer to her
family, as well.
Not much later, she received
a call from Eaves that a
membership specialist job was
open up in Gainesville with the
Girl Scouts.
Interestingly enough, Fox
now assists the two Girl Scout
leaders, Eaves and Mullins,
who once taught her
confidence, responsibility,
understanding and respect as a
Scout.
"It's interesting to go out
and meet all the people in all
the little counties," Fox said of
her job working with troops in
Dixie, Levy, Gilchrist,
Bradford, Union and parts of
Alachua.
She works to show different
troops how to reach' girls
through various activities.
"It offers a lot of different
activities for girls in an all-girl
setting," she said.
Most people associate
cookies with the organization,
but Fox said it is not unusual
for Girl Scouts to scrapbook,
canoe, do rope courses, go
camping, learn etiquette, go
sailing, kayaking, rock
climbing or participate in other
"high adventure" activities.
When Fox was younger, she
experienced many of the same
activities here in Bradford.
Working with her former
troop leader, like Eaves, makes


her job a little easier,
according to Fox.
"It's nice because I know I
can talk to her likp when I was
a girl," she saitl.
As a girl in the Bradford
troop, Fox said she learned
leadership because she was put
in a leadership position with
the younger Girl Scouts.
She said, "My Dad said
that's why I'm so
independent."
This independence not only
led Fox back to the Girl Scouts
in the end, but it also took her
on "adventures."
It may appear as if she is in
a normal 9-to-5 job, but Fox
lives out her dream on
weekends.
As a driver in the World
Karting Association's National
Road Racing Series, Fox races
road courses (greater than two-
miles) in modified go-karts.
She begged and begged her
dad when she was younger to
let her become a racecar
driver.
Her dad, Wilshire Walkup,
told her if she went to college,
he would let her race.
When she turned 18 and was
going to college, she joined a
race team.
In 2000, she won the North'
Florida Karting Club; Yamaha
Light Championship. Later-
that year, she sold her kart ih:
hopes of driving larger cars.' "
After attending driving
schools and competinginw',
races, Fox decided she would '
return to her original series, of.
kart racing. ..
In the later part of 2003, she
raced at Daytona and earned
two top 10 finishes. It wasn't
long before she won' two
national races.
"You can't tell me I can't do
it," she said is 'her motto'for
races and most things in her
life.
"Some people would tell me
!Fm stubborn," she said. "I just
call it being independent 2',
Independence let her race
against her husbandI Charles..
and even her dad in many of
*the races.
One humorous except from,
her Web site told of a very
challenging race where she
was competing against her
husband. ,
"1 started thinking about
Charles' leading the pack to
pass me. I decided a new line.
needed to be added to our
wedding %ows...until death do
us part, or. we're .on the
backstretch aTDuvryiTia!"
After putting 10 years into
the sport, Fox said she still


Lindsay Fox proudly displays her award next to
her car after winning a race.


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At a neighborhood meeting of the Bradford-Union Girl Scouts, also
known as BUGS, Lindsay Fox (fourth from left) gets to know some of the
Girl Scout leaders she will be working with in her new position, including
(1-r, standing) Karon Carney, Kenna Perkinson, Laurie Mullins, Karen
Wring, Connie Erdman, Beth. Cecil, Nancy Webster, Sherree Alvarez, (1-r,
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FOREIGN
Continued from p. 7B

subwa s, buses,
taxis ..buildings eleniwhere
Here there are trees and a lot
more peace and quiet, but it's
harder to get around."
He said he is enjo% ing the
change, though, especially the
peace and quiet. "Life is pretty
easy here. Not like the big cit
where e\ernone is alwaNs
rushing around all the time,"
* he said
Saisangkagomen has been
attending BHS since January
and plans to stay through the
end of the school year. He is
planning to have a career in
business and ma\ come back
to America to attend college.
"I'm still deciding," he said.
SHe said he has found BHS
students and faculty very nice
and helpful. He said he likes
the fact that students here
don't wear uniforms as they do
in his school. At his school in
Thailand, his class schedule is
different on different days. He
doesn't always have his
English class during first
period each day, for example.
Mansuri lives in
Ahmedabab, Gujarat, in India.
He is a senior in his high
school there and hopes to go
to an American college to
obtain his master's degree in
business administration.
In India, students,remain in
the same schoolroom all day,
and. teachers rotate from class
to class. He said he finds the-
teachers in America very
helpful and more respectful of
the students than are teachers
in India. On the negative side,
he said the students in
America don't give as much
respect to the teachers as they
do in India.
Indian students are required
to adhere to a more strict
behavior code. They are also
required to do what Mansuri
called "forced prayers." "There
are no prayers here, just the
pledge to the flag," be said.
Mansuri said both teachers
and students have been
friendly and helpful to him.
The language barrier has made
it difficult to make friends,
however. "It is not easy to
make friends. They are friendly
and talk to me, but the
language makes it difficult,"
he said.
A'ff"'the .sttiddnts knbW
English, but they are here to
learn to speak it the way
Americans do. The easy chatter
that goes on between friends
and the slang terms they use is
sometimes difficult to follow
for a. person who has to
translate the meaning of the
words.
"I love America," said
Mansuri. "I have always
dreamed of studying here and
that dream has come true. This
school is good. There are a lot
of activities. It is much bigger
than my school, and everyone
is friendly."
Both Saisangkagomen and
Mansuri took the FCAT test
recently, although neither one
had to and the scores will not
count. Both said they found
the- math questions very
manageable. The questions
where they had to read were
more difficult because of the
language. Before they could
answer the question, they had
to figure out what was being
S asked.
S Aramayo-Ortega lives in


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Yuttana (Gary)
Saisangkagomen
PAX student from
Thailand: Attending
BHS.

Ranacagua, Chile, and said she
likes UCHS. In Chile she has
14 classes, although she
doesn't have all 14 every day.
The students remain in one
classroom and the teachers
move from place to place.
"I am learning English
because I want to study here,",
she said. "I want to do
photography and fashion
design.
"It is not difficult to make
friends. The people are very
nice. I like the people very
much. It is more relaxed here
than at my school. I don't
want to go." -
An lives in -Chang-Won,
Gyeoung-Sang-Nam-Do,
South Korea. He plans to
attend school in Singapore and
* be a teacher or a journalist. He
also likes UCHS for a very
simple reason. "The teachers
don't hit us." he said. In
South Korea. discipline for
most rule infractions is being
hit, especially for the boys.
Girls are not hit as often, he
said.
He said UCHS also has
better equipment and materials
than his school had. In South
Korea, he attended school from
7 a.m. to 10 p.m. Three days a
week he went to a tutor after
school and 'didn't get home
until after midnight.
"School is. short in
America," he said. "The
students here don't cuss as
much as they do in my school,


Riyaz Mansuri
PAX student from India:
Attending BHS.


and they aren't mean. They are
kind to strangers."
An said it. is hard to make
friends only because of the
language barrier. "To be a
friend, you have to talk to
them," he said.
Shin is from Asan-si,
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South Korea. She is attending
UCHS through PIE, not PAX.
She plans to teach English to
students in South .Korea after
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"English is very important
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she said.."If you want to work
for a big company, you have
to -take English classes and
learn the language." -
She said things are very
strict in her school. "We have
no makeup and only straight
hair. We wear uniforms and
can't have jewelry," she said.
She said her school in South
Korea has classes until 9 p.m.
"We go home early here (in
America), only 3 p.m.," she'
said. They also have an hour
for lunch and 10-minute breaks
between classes, although the
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classrooms.
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school, and she said she got
lost the first day. "It's too hard.
for strangers the first time. I
got confused," she said.
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has been %ern nice and helpful.
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The dining room in Randy and Virginia Johns' home features a portrait of Harriet
Peek, Randy's great-grandmother. Virginia says Peek's eyes seem to follow you
wherever you go in the room.


HOUSE
Continued from p. 9B

,When the house was moved,
Virginia and Randy .cn.u-ld
begin working. on the .house,
-- lich Wias a quite a project in


Virginia's eyes.
'"The first time Randy
brought me to see (the house),
* I went home and cried,"
Virginia said. "I thought.
'There is no way we'll ever be
able to do anything.' It v..\ s
such a'huge project."
Said Randy: "The old houec


had horsehair plaster
throughout-no insulation or
anything-and the wiring,
what was there, was obsolete."
New insulation, wirin-g and
plumbing were installed and
tile IltI,0 Lle r.Ili mil d and
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working the baseboards of the
house, which were stained.
"We stripped those and it
was like molasses, the stull
that came off," she said. "That
was the nastiest, yuckiest job."
All the hard work has been
done. but Randy Johns is ready
to leave the daily upkeep to
somebody else. He said the
house would he a nice
purchase for a family because
of the house's history.
"A lot o.f kids have been
running up and down the stairs
there," Randy said.
Peek and his wife had I I
children (four died as infants).
Virginia said she and Randy
think the couple's second-
youngest daughter, Lois, was
actually born in the house and
she ended up spending most of
her life there ..
Lois would marry Judge
Emmett Key Perryman, who
played professional baseball
for a while (he was known as
"Preacher" Perrynman because
hlie would not pitch on
Sunday, Randy said) before
entering the law profession.
and the house became their
home.


"I don't think they ever h'ad
a real permanent home other
than here." Virginia said.
"'When he gave up baseball
and decided to go to law
school, they lived here with
her parents."
The Peek name is a familiar
one to anybody who has read
or chronicled Bradford County
history. Peek. in the words of
Randy, was "'quite a promoter
and entrepreneur."
Peek was a lawyer by trade,
but devoted more of his lime to
real estate and land
development. He helped create
"Sampson City" and worked
with Dr. John L. Gaskins in -
creating the Sampson Lake a
Drainage Company, which dug
a canal to drain the land
around the county's lakes. In
1900, Peek purchafsed atiract of"
land on the southwest side of
Kingsley Lake, which had
been vacated by settlers who
lost fruit and vegetable crops
to a couple of freezes. That led
.to the creation of Peek's
Subdivision, in which 50-foot
lakefront lots were sold for
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persuaded Gaskins to talk to
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through Sampson City and
Alachua and on to the town of
Suwannee on the Suwannee
River. Peek also wrote a letter
+which was published by the
Florida Times-Union, urging
that a track, which would run
through Starke and Sampson
-City. be built from
Jacksonville to Gainesville.
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Bradford family's-history4ives on at Baker County park


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
'By the time Starke resident
t.Virginia Johns was born, the
-town that once bore her.
family's name was known as
Macclenny.
, However, through the efforts
.of a long-time journalist and
the willing donations of many
.,people, Johns, whose maiden
.name is Darby, can now visit
:Darbyville, which recreates a
'bygone era and recounts the
history of both the Darby and
.McClenny families, who were
instrumental in the growth of
the town in Baker County.
The official dedication of
?Darbyville" took place March
S24 at Heritage Park in
,Macclenny. The park includes
'old photographs and histories
of both the Darby and
McClenny families, which are
:pn display in an old depot, as
.well as replicas of the
businesses that existed in what
.was once known as Darbyville.
"It was a fairly busy little
'place for a while," said Johns,
'whose great grandparents Col.
John and Clara Darby settled
n Baker County in the 1860s.
As Johns understands it,
'Tohn Darby was appointed
'postmaster and thus got to
.-name the town.
'"It was not exactly where
Macclenny is now, but it was
'three or four, miles !in a


different spot," Johns said.
More than $1.3 million has
been raised to create
Darbyville and develop
Heritage Park. That includes


.contributions from many
generous individuals such as
W.W. Gay, who has donated
more than $200,000.
LaViece Smallwood, a


Baker County native, has been
a major force behind the
development of' the park.
Smallwood, who spent 22
years working at the Florida


Times-Union and more than 40
years in all working as a
journalist, has written a lot
about families and has written
nine books about Baker


County history.
"She's a lovely woman and


See DARBY, p. 2C


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Virginia Darby (left) greets Faye McClenny Miller
during the dedication of Darbyville at Heritage Park
in Macclenny.


DARBY
Continued from p. 1C

has worked so hard," Johns
said of Smallwood. "We've
learned a lot. She's done a lot


of research about my family."
Smallwood, however, insists
-she is- not a historian or a
genealogist.
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loves people," she said. "If
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in their lives."
Because of Smallwood's
interest, Johns said she and her
family have learned some
things they didn't knqw
concerning their ancestors. I
It was believed that John
Darby fought in the Civil War,
hence the rank of colonel that
precedes his name. His grave
is even marked with a
Confederate marker.
Smallwood, however, can
find no actual record of him
having served in the.
Confederate Army. She did
share with the family that
"colonel" was often used with
men's names in Ireland, where
John Darby was born.
...Johns believed her family's
-Catholic roots came ab-out
because of Irish ancestry, but,
again, Smallwood presented a
surprise. An ancestor of Johris'
was.a priest in Ireland, but he
was an Anglican priest. '
"The Catholic part of us
came through my great-
grandmother,. Clara
Hemmingway, who was
French," Johns said.
Col. John .Darby was born
Feb. 25, 1831 in Downpatrick,
County Down, Ireland 'to
James and _.Clara Morgan
Darby. His siblings were
Bridget, James, Catherine,
Eliza, Mary and Thomas. The,
family left Ireland and arri ed'
in New York in the earl\
1850s.
John Darby was living in'
Horry County, S.C., when he
married Clara Hemmingway in
-the 1850s. The had two
children, Ada and Frances,-
before moving to Baker
County in the 1860s. More
children were born after the
move: John Henr% la survi' ing
twin), Alice, Arthur Morgan,
Charles (a surviving twin),
James and Clara.
Johns said a yellowfever
epidemic hit the town and
almost completely wiped !it
out. Trains would not even
stop in Darbyville because pf.
the epidemic, instead slowing
,down on the outskirts of the
-town so Red Cross nurses
could jump off and offer their
help.
"If it hadn't been for (the
nurses), I guess my family
would've all died. out in the
epidemic," Johns said.
The Darby family. moted to
Palatka for a while, then
settled in Starke in the earl\
.-14870s- Ada-Darby.eventual' "


Heritage Park gives visitors a glimpse at what Darbyville looked like in the late
1800s.


married Carr McClenny in her
parents Starke home in 1874.
McClenny obtained Darby's
property in Baker County and
by 1880, Darbyville was being
referred to as McClenny (the
spelling would change to the
current Macclenny over the


years).
Johns said there are two
stories in her family (neither of
which is probably true, she

added) about how McClenny
came to own the land. One
story has it that John Darby


Virginia Johns (left).and Ann Darby of Lake City
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what they put in the paper was
that John Darby wanted his
daughter to. be well taken care
of, so he deeded all this
property to his son-in-law,"
Johns said. "I honestly don't
think that part's true, I really
don't. He had a bunch of kids.
You wouldn't deed all your
property for one child."
As it turned,out, there was a
battle in Baker County over
where the. county seat would
be located-in Macclenn:, or
in Sanderson.
Johns said she heard the
story from someone that Carr
McClenny sold his
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square block-for, $1 to
anybody. The more
landowners there were in
Macclenny, the more people.
were eligible to vote in..
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election, there were so man\
people eligible to vote in
Macclenny that they were able
,to get the courthouse there in
Macclenny and it's been the
county seat'ever since," Johns
said.
Carr and Ada McClenn,
eventually moved to Alachua.
County around the turn of .the
century. Carr McClennv died
in-a horse-anci-buggy accident
i f '1922, while Ada McClenn)
arid her 22-year-old daughter
Clara. were killed the
following year in, acar-traini
accident.
Johns is the daughter of
Charles- deceasede) and
Virginia Darby. Charles was
one of seven children born to
Arthur Morgan and Ida Lee
Wolfe Darb,. -
Virginia Darby,still lives in
Starke today. She was present
at, the Darbyville dedication
and' said she enjoyed it, and
thought Heritage Park was
beautiful.
For Johns, she has just
enjoyed the opportunity to be*
around other members of her
family.
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the nicest parts of this-getting
to see these people again andc
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]SOFTBALL

BHS finishes
third in
Kissimmee
tournament
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
I (/TCraI/)/h Staff Wriler
Kasc\ Barrctt struck out I1
'batters whIi.le Jessica
NiMcClellan and Tiffany O'Neal
each drove in a run as the
lBradford softball team claimed
third place in its bracket,
deleating Fort Lauderdale's
Arch Bishop McCarthy 4-1
April I at the Kissimmee
Klassic.
The TFornadoes (14-9)
entered the tournament coming
off of a loss to District 3-4A
'opponent Santa Fe. hut went 3-
I against some sti I
competition, according to
'Bradlord head coachI Shane
McFadyen. Bradford's only
loss came against Class 6A
Sarasota Rivcrview, a team
that has consistently qualified
for the regional playoffs and
won the state championship in
-2002. '
That was a 6-2 loss, but
Barrett gave up only two
earned runs.,
"It was a great showing for
us," McFadycn said.
Bradford found itself down
to McCarthy after the first
inning, hut the TornadQes
eventually scored and took the
lead in the fourth. Chasity
Whitaker singled, then scored
from first on an error after a
ball hit by Barrett. Barrett
reached safely on the error,
then scored on -another error
-after a single by O'Neal:-
In the fifth, Jessica
McClellan hit a two-out double
that scored Jerrica Revels.
O'Neal drove in the
Tornadoes' last run in the sixth
when she singled to score
Samantha Stocker.
On the mound, Barrett only
allowed four hits.
Bradford's next game will
be Wednesday,' April 12, at
.Bishop Kenny at 5:30 p.m.

Earlier results:

BHS 9 Dr. Phillips
.Bradford squandered a 6-0
'fe ;n b t. sull ; ,rne ",3p ,
victorious with a 9-6 win over
Class 6A Dr. Phillips on April
30 during, the first night of
action in the Kissimmee
Klassic.
The Tornadoes' big lead
.lasted until 'the sixth, when Dr.
Phillips scored five runs,"
helped, by three Bradford
errors.
Bradford responded by
scoring three more runs of its
own. Niki Goolsby reached on
a bunt single and Katie
Sanford reached on an error.


Both ruInners advanced on
McClellan's sacrifice and
Whitaker drew a walk to load
the bases.
Goolshy and Sanlord scorcdl
on a double hy Slocker and
Whitaker scored on a single hy
Allynnc Norman.
It was Barrett who hIilped
stake the Tornadoes to their
hig lead by driving in two runs
in the second and two in tie
third..
Barrett,finished the game 2-
for-3. Norman was also 2-for-3
and Goolsby was 2-for-4.
Only two of Dr. Phillips'
runs were earned as Barrett
gave up three hits and struck
out 10.

BHS 4 WA 3
Whitaker drove in the game-
winning run in the bottom of
the seventh, leadin-g the
Tornadoes to a 4-3 win over
Westminster Academy March
31 in the Kissimmee Klassic.
The game was tied at 3-all
when Sanford singled, then
advanced on a sacrifice bunt
by McClellan. Whitaker then
delivered a single that scored
Sanford.
Bradford's first two runs
came in the 'first. McClellan
had a single that scored
Sanford, who reached on an
error. McClellan later scored
on a single by Barrett.
In the fifth, Barrett had an
RBI on a fielder's choice.
Whitaker finished the game
3-f'or-4, while Sanford was 2-
lor-4 and McClellan 2-bor-2.
Barrett earned the win.
giving up two earned runs, six
hits and two walks, while
striking out 14.

Riverview 6 BHS 2
The Tornadoes were
winning 2-1 in the fourth, hut
they could not hold off Class
6A Riverview, which handed
them a 6-2 defeat in the April
I semifinal .game of their
bracket in the Kissimmee

See BHS, p. 11C


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gets under way.
Four cases of EEE have
already been confirmed in
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recently as last week-even
though the first cases are' not
usually seen until May.
Bronson says the majority of
cases can be prevented through
proper vaccinations and booster
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horse owners that now is the
time to take action.
"Last year there were 150
reported cases of EEE across 43
counties, triple the number
from the year before when 48
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need to ensure that these cases
are kept to a minimum."
EEE is a viral disease that
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system and is transmitted to
horses by infected mosquitoes.
Signs of the virus include
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Tigers win 6 events at

Bradford High Invitational


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Francis Highland and C.J.
Spiller each won two events as
the Union County boys and
girls track and field teams
*combined for six first-place
finishes at the 39'h Bradford
High School Invitational
March 31 in Starke.
The boys team tallied 53
points to finish sixth
(Buchholz was first with 111.5
points). Highland and Spiller
accounted for 40 of those
points.
Highland bettered his closest
competitor in the discus by
more than 16 feet with a throw
of 148'11" and won the shot
put with a distance of 50'11".
The shojtput runner-up. had a-
---disfa-n-cie of 44'9.5".
Spiller's two wins came in
the 100m and 200m dashes.
His time of 10.44 seconds in
the 100m edged out Sean
White of Buchholz, who had a
time of 10.83 seconds
(Union's Rodencia Austin was
12th with a time of 11.56
seconds).
In the 200m, Spiller ran
21.25 seconds to beat White
again, who had a time of 21.59
seconds.
The Tigers' Brandon Shoup
placed third in the 800m with a
time of 2:04.04,. while the
4x l00m relay team placed fifth
with a time of 43.08 seconds.
Austin also earned points for
the Tigers with a sixth-place
finish in the long jump (20'2").
Fpr the Union girls team,-
Amika Davis- set a school
record in winning the triple
jump itih a .distance of
134'4.5". That put her ahead of
Gaiinesville's Latera, D'a\is,
who had a jump df 32'6".
The girls team also picked
up a win from Kerrie Lynch in
the ', 1600m. Her. time of
6:00.87 pushed her across the
line ahead of Santa Fe's


Corrinne Larsen, who had a
time of 6:01.56.
Lynch also picked up a
third-place finish for the Tigers
with a time of 2:45.13 in the
800in.
Davis, and Ashley .Foster
' ,earned more points for Union.
Davis was fifth in the 200m
dash \ith a, time of. 27.07
Seconds andFoster was fifth in
: the long jump with a distance
of 14'10.25".


Foster also competed in the
100m and 200m dashes.
placing 16th in the 100m v.ith a
time of .14.11 seconds 4nd 12"
in the 200m % ith .j time..t
29.96 seconds. "'
Shaniecie Huggin wasa 1"'s
in the long jump with a
distance of 13'1.25".
Union's girls; team fjnisi.ed
eighth in the team.suandings
with 34 points. Gainesville
placed first with 110.5 points.


Chuckie
Covington
takes the /
baton from
Rob Harris ." "
during the
last leg of the
4x1OOm relay,
which
Bradford
won.






Bradford boys claim win

in 4x100m at invitational


Smyth wins 1 event
for girls at Bradford
High's annual meet

BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
The 4xl00m relay team
raced its way to first place,
giving the Bradford boys team
one of its five top-eight
finishes at the 39th annual
.,Bradford High School Track
and Field Invitational, which
was held March 31.
TJ.R. Petteway, Jimmy
Hankerso.n, Rob' Harris and
Chuckie Covington comprised
the winning relay team, which
had a. time of 42.25 seconds.


Runner-up Gainesville had a third place in the 100m with a
time of 42.61 seconds.
Harris, on his own, earned See TRACK, p. 11C

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McSwains to
celebrate
67th
anniversary

On Saturday. April 8, 2006,
J.A. and Hester McSwain will
celebrate their 67th wedding
anniversary. The couple was
married in Gaffney. S.C.
Both from Shelby, N.C., the
McSwains moved to Florida in
1941 and to Keystone Heights
in 1972.
The couple has two children,
Ray McSwain and Sandra
Carlson. both of Jacksonville;
three grandchildren, Marcia
Weeks. Kami Branham and
Todd McSwain; -four great-
grandsons, Tristan Branham
and Taylor Branham, Noah
Weeks and Hogan McSwain


BIRTHS


J.A. and Hester McSwain

and two great-granddaughters,
Trina Branham and Anslee
Tvlor Weeks.
J.A. and Hester will dine out
at a local restaurant with
family and friends on their
anniversary.


Kimberly Register and Jessica Ann Garver and
Joshua Oxley Jon Marcus Buchanan


Register and
Oxley to wed
April 15
Paula and Freeman Register
III announce the upcoming
marriage of their daughter,
Kimberly Register, -to Joshua
Oxley of Jacksonville, son of
Donald and Cindy Oxley Jr.
The bride-elect is a graduate
of the University of Florida
with a major in finance. She
works for Capital City Bank
and is a member of Madison
Street Baptist Church.
The groom-elect is
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'2006, at Hampto Lake Bed
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to Jon Marcus Buchanan; son
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2006, at 3 p.m. A reception.
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Parker, son of Byron and Betty
Rehberg of Starke.
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Jacksonville. She works at
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Starke.
The groom-elect is a
graduate of Bradford High
School. He works for Griffis
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BHS '76
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planning a
reunion
The Bradford High School
class of 1976 is planning'its
30-year reunion.
A planning meeting has been
scheduled for Tuesday, April
11, 7 p.m., at Western Steer
Steak House in Starke.


engaged WORTH NOTING


Teresa Marie Gaskins and
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26, 2007. Details will be
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Bradford Alachua Workforce sponsored the
NFRCC April Lunch and Learn. Pictured are,
(front row) Linda Tatum, Chris Brown, Lisa,
Evans, (second row) Dwayne McBride, Judy
Dukes, Tony Mangol, Jay Trautman, Joe
Johnson and Gary Williams.

Dwayne McBride of CMC (right) tells
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Saturday, April 22 from 9am to 9pm
Street dance at 6pm featuring
Ricky Thompson-"Steel-Country Band"
Sunday,: April 23'-Trom 9 to -pmn@ l-"-'
On Historic Downtown:5tarke.on Call Street
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Sun. lOam-2pm LIVE MUSIC SATURbAY
20 Trophies Awarded
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10:30am-ll:30am Seruncie
S11:30am-l:00pm Karoake Contest
lpm-2pm Creature


LIVE MUSIC SUNDAY
11am-2pm Glen Snow and the Showmen
2pm-3pm Common Thread
3pm-5pm John McMillan & Stephen Baker


2-3pm A Tribute to Elvis
Ted McMullen
3-6pm Blueshades of Grass
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Antique Cars on display Sat. lOam-2pm


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Bradford County
Town Hall Meeting
Come Visit With
U.S. Senator Bill Nelson
Thursday, April 13, 2006
1:00 2:00 P.m.
North Florida Regional Chamber of
Commerce
100 E. Call Street
Starke, Florida
For More Inftormation Call 01- 4 500


Historic Preservation
Workshop.
Speaker. J. Susan Parker
Community Assistance Consultant
Fl Division of Historical Resources-NE Region

When: April 11, 2006
Where: Santa Fe Community College, Andrews
Cultural Building
Time: 10:OOAM

Purpose: Are you interested in keeping the historic
and architectural integrity of homes and buildings
in the city of Starke?

Would you like to know how we can establish a
historic preservation commission?

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SOFTBALL


Indians go 0-

2 in tourney

S Y CIFF 1 I VALLEY


Telegraph Staff Writer
It was not the best way to
get things started for the
Keystone Heights softball
team, which opened play in the
Kissimmee Klassic with an
error-filled performance en
route to losing two games.
The Indians (11-6 prior to


April 4) committed eight errors
in the first three innings of
their 5-4 loss to Harmony on-
March 30, then, though
playing better, bowed out of
the tournament with a 10-6
loss to Okeechobee on Varch
31.
Keystone's game against
Harmony went nine. innings,
but four of Harmony's runs
came about as a result of
errors. The Longhorns ended
the game by scoring a run off
of two hits.
The Indians began climbing
from their 4-0 deficit in the
fifth inning. Dani Suit drew a
walk, then scored on a triple


by Karlyn Reddish. Reddish
later scored by stealing home
and Kellie Spaulding, who
reached on a walk, scored on a
single by Michelle Houser.
Reddish, who was 3-for-4,
sent the game into extra
innings when she doubled in
the seventh, then scored on a
passed ball.
All of Reddish's hits went
for extra bases, including a
triple that just fell short of
being a home run.
The Indians were also led by
Houser, who was 3-for-5,
Spaulding, who was 2-for-4,
and Sam Sibley, who was 2-
for-2.


A good-hitting Okeechobee
ball club, which opened the
game with a four-run first
inning, took advantage of a
tired pitcher in MaryAnne
McCall, who threw eight
innings against Harmony and
had to take the mound again
because of an illness to Kasey
Fagan.
`--Keystone fell behind 4-0 in
the first ilrinnig-,; ''ut Houser
scored a run in the third. She
singled and moved to second
and third on passed balls
before scoring on an error.
Houser scored again in the
fifth. She singled and moved to
second on a passed ball before


scoring on a hit by Spaulding.
Sibley scored Keystone's
third run. She singled and
advanced after Tori Jolley
singled and Kim Russell was
hit by a pitch. A wild pitch
brought Sibley home.
Down 10-3, the Indians
managed to scored three runs
in the seventh. Spaulding
tripled and scored on a passed
ball. Sibley doubled and later
scored on an error which had
Jolley reaching firstafely.
Ashley Altman entered the
game as a courtesy runner for
Jolley and advanced to third on
a couple of passed balls. She
then scored on a wild pitch.


Sibley finished the game 2-
for-2, while Houser was 2-for-
3 and.Spaulding 2-for-4.
Keystone played District 7-
3A opponent Interlachen April
4 and will host Baldwin
Thursday, April 6, at 6 p.m.
The Indians then play two
road games against ranked
opponents in larger
classifications: Class 5A Ocala
Forest Friday, April 7, and
Class 4A Clay Monday, April
10. Both games are scheduled
for 7 p.mn.
Keystone returns home
Tuesday, April 11, to play
Santa Fe, the second-ranked
team in Class 4A, at 6:30 p.m.


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2003 HARLEY DAVIDSON
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100th anniversary,
15,000 miles, $13,500.'
Call 904-364-6488.
1994 CHEVY LUMINA
ABS, 3,1 engine, 140
horse power, AC, AM-FM
cassette player. One
owner, $ 1500 firm. Call
352-478-2412.
1981 CAPRICE WAGON,
runs strong, rust and in-
terior wear evident,
never wrecked. New
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plugs and wires, good,
work car. $750 OBO. Call
386-496-0840.
2003 NEON low miles, still
underwarranty, excellent
condition, $6500 OBO.
Call 966-0168.
1988 SAAB 900 S, runs,
,$750 OBO. Call 904-
368-8114.
1995 MAZDA B2300, 5sp,
cold ac, dings, runs good
$1795. .Also 94 Chevy
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runs $1650. Call 9.04-
964-4111.
43 RV'S &
Canmpers
1993 WILDWOOD 35 ft
..Travel Trailer. Front


Queen bed, rear bunks,
CH/A, self contained,
everything works, $500.
Will trade. Call 904-535-
6079.
3998 SIERRA TAG A
LONG travel trailer, 2
slide outs, 32 ft, at KOA
campground, lot #3,*
$10,000. Call 330-338-
8991.
45 Land for
Sale
2.5 ACRES CLEARED
new culvert, ready for
your home, great place
for horses, $62,500. Call
904-964-6708 leave
message.
47 Commercial
Property
VACANT 3400 SQ FT
building. Front entrance
on busy S. Walnut St. 10
x 12ft office space inside
with restroom, $650 per
month. Call 904-908-
4644 leave a message.
FOR LEASE OR sale. Ideal
location 2 parcels! 2800
SQFT building with of-
fice, barn, mini storage,
5 acres, off of South 301.
Also 8 acres, partially
cleared. Both lots 3/10th
of a mile from new
Walmart. Call 904-964-
3827 for more informa-







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tion.
COMMERCIAL/ RETAIL
space by Starke Post
Office for rent or lease.
For more information
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6305 and ask for John.
DOWNTOWN STARKE
professional offices for
rent. Conference room,
kitchen, utilities and more
provided. Call 904-964-
2616.
48 Homes for.
Sale
BRICK HOME 3BRi/ 5BA
Starke area, off SR 16.
Enclosed porch w.lh heal
a ,,r lnced in back
.rc all new Kicnen ap-
pliances $162.900 Call
35.-2'58-8168
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move into Tile kIcnen
vaulted cedilng privacy
fence, 1 car garage plus
a carport, much, more
$155,000. Call 352-485-
2814. '
9.86 ACRES 1910 SQFT
3BR/2BA home, large
.',:.rkh.nop RV-slelier
luil trees 8 mobile nome
-entali Very well main-
-ained. Country setting
Asking $495.000.. Call
Coidwell Banker Smith &
Smith Realty 904-964- /
9222.
HANDYMAN SPECIAL 2
story home 660
Erper.son St in Starke
ac.king $65 000 OBO
,Cal 352-715-0039
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2BA large wooded 2/3
acre lot, Keystone.,-.
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down. Call 352-692-
4343. www new
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AUCTION


at Variety Sales

14908 US 301 South Starke, FL 32091

904-964-6177
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 12, at 6:00 PM

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

Lots of general merchandise, rugs, blankets, figurines,
.pictures, DVDs, tools, knives, and much more.
Store shelving and showcases.
10% Buyer's Premium
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Auctioneer: Randy Kerr Lic.-# AB199 AU429


WE BUY JUNKY
HOUSES, nice ones too.
Can close in under 72
hours. 352-258-0865 or
webuyjunkyhouses.com.
49 Mobile
Homes for Sale
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.
1997 3B'R/2BA DW on
approx. 1 acre, large
back deck, gazebo with
hot tub, Big Tree Subdi-
vision, 65,900i Paradise
.Properties 352-473-
5355.
KEYSTONE AREA 3BR/
2BA on 1/2 acre, fenced
lot, needs work. 210
Lakeview Dr, $35,000.
Call 904-591-8109 or
352-473-8727.
198314x 52 SWMH. Must
be moved, $4000. Call
386-431-9230.
1996 DWMH Homes of
Merni 3BR.2BA -:' X 52.
~~DW. washer & dryer
ironl porch & AXC. Very
clean must move,
$27,500 OBO Call 352-
494-0124
'8 BRAND NEW HOMES
just bought out Double J
Mobile Home dealership
:.6n US 17 jusi south o0
SA1A. We are selling Oul
all e2 silrig inventory at
huge discounls' Call
: 904.548.1480 or come
by 850712 HWV 1'7 in
Y'ulee
1996 DWMH iHomes of
.MoerrI 3BR'2BA 24 X 52
*' DW. wasnher & dryer
Ironi porcn & AC Very
clean, must move
$27 500 OBO Call 35?.
494.0124


1996 DWMH Homes of
Merrit. 3BR/2BA 24 X 52,
DW, washer & dryer,
front porch & A/C. Very
clean, must move,
$27,500 OBO. Call 352-
494-0124 or 904-964-
5116.
2 FOR THE PRICE OF 1
Great investment. Two
MH on 1.77 acres in
MacClenny. Live in one
and rent the other,
$179,900. Call Margie at
904-772-9800.
1996 DWMH Homes of
Merrit. 3BR/2BA 24 X-52,
DW, washer & dryer,
front porch & A/C. Very
clean, must move,
$27,500 OBO. Call 352-
494-0124 or 904-964-
5116. -
50 For Rent
LAKE GENEVA 2BR/1 BA,
MH, lake front, $500 per
month, with $200 secu-
rity deposit, garbage in-
cluded. Call 352-478-
2697.
HILLIARD/ NEW Jacobsen
32 x 48:3BR/2BA, set up
on 2 acres with well;, sep-
tic & power pole in-
cluded, $734 per month.
Call 904-540-1480.
MH FOR LEASE 2BR/1BA,
6182 Little Lake Geneva
Rd. Newly refurbished
insid.e. First, last, & secu-
rity $525 per month. 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.I
FOR RENT, 2BR MH,
Sampson Lake, $450 per
month. $450 security de-
posit. No pets. Call 904-
966-7031 after 10am be-
fore 9pm.
LARGE 2BR/2BA DWMH,
all electric, CH/A, $425
month plus $425 deposit.


No pets. Call 904-964-
6445.
3BA/2BA HOUSE with ga-
rage, CH/A. Very clean,
nice neighborhood,
1011A PrattSt. $700 per
month, 1 year lease.
Apply at 904-964-8073.
2BR HOME ON LAKE
GENEVA large master
bedroom with fireplace,
CH/A available now.
$600 per month, first, last
t & security. Also vacation
rentals available. Call
352-475-5087,352-475-
3440.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
3BR/2BA 430 Nightin-
gale. $700 per month,
close to elementary
school, no pets, $775
deposit. Call 352-473-
8055.
BIG LAKE SANTA FE, at-
tractive 5 room apart-
ment, quiet,. 120 ft 'pier
and picnic deck, $600
month. Call 352-475-
5832.
2BR/16A CORNER LOT,
CH/A, fenced, dish-
washer, washerdrye in-
cluded, Starke, $525 per
month plus deposit. Call
904-614-7170.


KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
3BR/1.5BA, wooded lot,
CH/A, $450 per month
plus deposit. Call 352-
235-1386. ,
2BR MH with chain link
fence, city. lot in Starke,
will consider a small dog,
$475 per month.i Pos-
sible discourift Call for
details 352-473-5214.
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.new
house411.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-$11:5./wk. Room
without bati, $90. Laun-
dry facilities available.
Close to churches,
stores, downtown shop-
ping, theatre, and morel
See Manager at the
Magnolia Hotel, across
from the Starke Post Of-


Driveways Sidewalks
Slabs Footings
Decorative Concrete

Coating in many colors
Pumping & Finishing
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keptone auction terbtie

On-Site Estate Auction

Saturday, April 8; 2006 10:30 am Rain or Shine
From Kevtone Heights SR 21 light goeast on SR 100 approximately mile to McDonalds' on right watch for signs
7804 SR 100, McDonalds Mobile Home Park

2 dining -ables & chairs, china cabinet, 2 sofa beds. 2 recliners. Wurlilzer organ, mah. end table, nice
poker/pool table. large buffet, bedroom chair, fool stools, round stand, pine bed w/queen size mattress & box
springs, full size bed& frame, 3 drawer stand, 3 drawer dresser, tall chest w/doors & drawers, office chairs, 4
drawer & 2 drawer file cabinets, paper shredder, portable TVs. di'yer, video tape cabinet, videos, floor lamp &
table lamps, hutch, 3 drawer file cabinet w/safe, stereo system, Kik step stool.
Iris & Herring bone vase, 8 black amethyst goblets. black ametlhst pedestal candy dish, pink dep. bowl,
ruffled bowl w/silver olerlay. Hummel.Madonna w/child (damage). Fire King baking dishes, forest green glass
tray. sundae dishes, Carrigaline Irish pottery items, Donegal china creamer & sugar, teapots, watermelon salt &
pepper plus others. Small enamel teapot,(2 pedestal cake plates, set of German china, plus every day china,
Mountie. Irish Mist & Ober the Hill decanters, stemware & glasses, brass blow torch, brass fire extinguisher,
sewing basket, soup & other mugs, small kitchen appliances & utensils, measuring cups, floor fan, bedding &
linens, toys, strawberry cannisters, storage totes, computer & printer; pictures, Eureka vacumn, wall clock, 2
old fireman's a\es & helmets.
2 large Madonna statues, concrete bird balhs,older ladies bike. old water skies, galv. tub, large alum; pot,
adding machine, car ramps, Craftsman 5 drawer rolling tool box, 6.5hp Ridgid 2 in I blower vac, pipevise.
bow saw, ladderiacks, fish net, new window air conditioner, ele. blower & weedeater, new Craftsman router
* crafter. EZ-Go battery charger, trailer hitch, ext. cords, wood tool box & others, hand saws, grease guns, post
hole diggers, Craftsman portable air compressor. yard lools. anchors, hand tools, old doors, PVC fittings, hand
held fertilizer spreader, mall, push mowers and much, much more not listed.
This is onhl a small listing There are 3 out buildings full one we can't even get in the door. Who knows
what kinds of tools & treasurers are yet to be found! Food & Sodas. Bring your own chair and boxes.
Announcement day of auction hare precedence over all advertising.
Terms of auction Casn or check wilD Visa, MasterCard, Debit or ATM card 12% Buyer's Premium plus tax. 2% BP
discount w/cash .0 check
Auction by KEYSTONE AUCTION SERVICE
AB#1648, Col. Ken Mitchell, AU #2225
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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-
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6828 or 678-438-2865,
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Deposit required. Call
386-496-3067, 678-438-
6828 or 678-438-2865,
for more information.
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town. Ideal for several
persons to occupy. $500
per month with 1 year
lease. 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
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
privileges, no pets, $600
per.month, plus $600
deposit. Call 904-269-
5547.
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.
ON LAKE GENEVA, Newly
decorated, unfurnished
studio apartment. No
pets. Dock and laundry
facilities available, $375'
per month $375 deposit.
Call 352-473-2919.
52 Animals &
Pets
-NEEDED MALE Chihua-
hua to mate with our fe-
male. Please help. Call
Russ at 352-473-9374.
MINIATURE HORSE male,
10 month old, 30 inches
tall, Amha, registerable
r.egtiiie coggins very
Sweei Call 904-782.
3029.
SNAKE FOR SALE : fool
long, Tree Boa, sery
healthy and well led
asking $100 OBO. 904-
964-4924.
CHIHUAHUA PUPS. 2
males, 1 female, healln
certificate, 1st shcis &
wormed, $300 cash. Call
904-364-7152.
BEAGLE PUPPIES have
shots, wormed, 8 weeks
old, 4 to choose f:om
$50 each. Call 352-745-
2221.
DOGS FOR. ADOPTION
OR FOSTERING (M)
shepard mixs 9 mo: (F)
Cockerspaniel 10
months. (F) American
Bulldog 1 yr (Mi Bull
Terrier 4.5 monmis (FI
Rottweiler 2 yrs (F')
brinle cuii cog
Mc mma s need good
nome, Wailer and Bull-
dog available, need
goo- nome Boxer
; Hound mx iF) 2yrs (M;,
red lao 2yrs old (M) Iar,
2 yis 2 Walker mrx:
puppy .9 weeks,ready.


many more available. All
need a loving home,
must get shots and fixed.
Call Tammy at 352-258-
6582 or Cristy at 904-
334-7319 or Bradford
County Paws 904-964-
9200.
53 A Starke
Yard Sales
307 S CHURCH ST Fri &
Sat,8am to ? Clothes,
bikes, toys, etc.
APRIL 6,7,8. 8am to ?
Aliens Attic located on
SR 100 East & Laura St.
across from Windsor
Nursing Home. Great
bargains, many items due
to sale of home.
15221 SE 25th Lane off
230, Sat & Sun, 8am to
2pm. Crib & mattress,
changing table, baby
clothes, & household
items. All must go.
4 FAMILY YARD SALE
Sat, 7am to ? 1320 E
Call St. 1/2 mile past the
hospital:
YARD SALE Computer
desk, games, couch,
love seat. Fri & Sat, 8am
to 2pm, 2nd dirt road
past Crosby Lake
Cemetary, 65th Ave.
YARD SALE SAT 8am to
? SR 16 and SR 121
Raiford, look for signs.
Winnie-the-Pooh nurs-
ery set, baby boy
clothes, children ,
clothes, household
items, dishes, books,
etc,
HUGE YARD SALE Fri &
Sat, 8am to 12pm, at
Bradford Terrace Nurs-
ing Center, 808 S. Colley
Rd. To many items to
mention. All proceeds
benefit the American
Cancer Society.


MULTI FAMILY yard sale,
Sat only! 8am to 2pm.
Furniture, customnfmade
jewelry, baby items, kids
toys, adult & kids cloth-
ing, tires & many other
items to choose from. 3
miles outside Starke on
SSR 100 East.
2 FAMILY YARD SALE
Furniture, lots of house-
hold, tools, clothes, &
misc. Off Crawford Rd,
follow signs from Starke
.& Lawtey. Fri & Sat 9am
to 4pm.
YARD SALE lots of Baby
stuff, swing, stroller, &
misc. household items.
Sat, 9am to 1 pm, Hamp-
ton Lake, CR 18, 1.1
miles from 301, look for
signs.
FRIDAY ONLY! 8am to
12pm, CR 227.(Old
Brooker Rd), follow
signs. Tables, lamps,
clothes, tools, pictures.
YARD SALE Fri & Sat,
9am to ? Collections of
black & white cow stuff
& trolls, glassware,
dishes, and lots of misc.
Country Club area. Fol-
low blue signs. 904-964-
5257
SPRING CLEANING
Thurs & Fri, 8am to 2pm,
315 West Lafayette St.
(Street behind Checkers
& Burger King). Weight
bench with weights, 2
bedliner tool boxes(l
white & 1 Chrome),
clothes, childs play set
with slide, 2 boys bikes,
nice Halloween cos-
tumes, (tiger, dragon,
scooby doo, elmo). Fol-
low signs.
2 FAMILY YARD SALE Fri
& Sat, 7am to 2pm. Fur-
niture, clothes, misc
items. 16165 Ne 17th


WANTED



Small or Large Parcels
With or Without
Homes

SCallO len Lourcey
C352-485m1818


Ave, follow signs, Coun-
try Club area.
SAT ONLY! 8am to 3pm,3
family yard sale. 100
West to Madison St.
Babtist Church, turn left
on Alton Rd. Last House
on left. 738 Alton Rd.
Lots of everything to
much to list.
53 B Keystone
Yard Sales
FRI & SAT 8am to 1pm,
8034 SR 100, Lake
Geneva. Boat among
many other items.
RUMMAGE SALE Fri &
Sat, 9am to 4pm. Dollar
a bag 'day on Sat, 9 to
noon. Many Easter
items. Community
Church Fellowship Hall,
behind Bryans Ace
Hardware.
BIG YARD SALE 6414
Bowdin Ave, Keystone
Heights, Thurs & Fri.
9am to 2pm. Big clothes,
furniture, baby items &
tools.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
2BR/1BA older mobile
home. CH/A, front porch,
back deck, large shed,
on 1.25 acres, $34,500.
Call 904-966-0494.
MELROSE MASONIC
Lodge. 290 SE Palmetto
Ave. Fri. 9am to 2pm,
Sat. 8am to 2pm. All pro-
ceeds go to relay for life.
GIANT GARAGE sale, Sat
april 8th, 7412 SR 21,
next to Century 21 office
in Keystone Heights.
Proceeds go to Ameri-
can Caner Society/Re-
lay for Life.


55 Wanted
THE OUTSIDERS CLUB
for despondent Chris-
tians who desire fellow-
ship, fun & activities on
the weekends. Hippies,
Blacks, Whites, Latinos,
whatever. Call 904-753-
1912.
FOOT MODELS, Rappers,
Comedians, & Story Tell-
ers wanted. Call 904-
753-1912.
LOOKING FOR used or
new items for family in
need. We can use any-
thing. Call 386-965-
0127.
57 For Sale
BED-QUEEN orthopedic
Pillowtop mattress and
box. Name brand, new in
plastic, with warranty.
Can deliver. Sacrifice
$100. Call 352-372-
8588.
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-
782-1594.
,LAWN MOWERS &
TRAILERS for sale. Call
904-964-4118.
BED $100. NEVER USED!
Full size orthopedic
pillCi,..tp iel SIll i, pl, a


Stump Grinding

Tractor work

Debris Removal

Driveway
Repair

FULL INE .

TREE SERVICE

ECONOMY STUMP GRINDING INC.

Guarateed owestBids


Jarhes & Linda Dailey
Owners & Operators
Licensed.& Insured


(904)769-9641

(352) 284-1977 Cell


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
original warranty. Name
brand Posturecraft. Can
deliver call Brian at 352-
494-0333.
HOT TUB/SPA $1795.
Brand new. Loaded with
therapy jets, waterfall,
LED lights. cupholders,
110v energy efficient.
With warranty. Free de-
livery call 352-376-1600.
BEDROOM CHERRY 7pc
set. All wood custom
built Louis Phillipe sleigh
bed. All dovetail con-
struction, trueglide
drawers. Never been
used! Still in boxes. Re-
.tail $6500 sacrifice
$1300. Can deliver. Call
Brian at 352-264-9799.
POOL TABLE georgous 8'
all wood table. Leather
pockets, Italian 1" slate,
carved legs. Brand new
still in crate. Cost $4500
sell for $1350. Call 352-
264-9799.
TRINDLE BED & INDOOR
porch furniture, Queen
size ivory head board'.
Appointment only call
352-473-0281.
5' x 8' HOMEMADE open
trailer with ramp tail gate,
'8 ply tires, $450. Call
386-496-2952 evenings,
leave a message.
2 BEDROOM SUITES
$100 each. 2 desks with
chair $45 each. Fick-
Reed living room suite
$299. Master bedroom


$85,000
Sanle Fe canal
lot \


suite $2700. Call 352-
475-2283.
THELMA, CHERYL& the
gang. Four family yard
sale. Follow signs to
great stuff. Hwy 301 S.
turn at variety store be-
fore new Wal-Mart. Get
here early for best
bargins. 904-964-2369
NEW & USED COMPUT-
ERS complete or parts,
must go, prices nego-
tiable. Call 352-475-
1523.
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-OUEEN orthopedic
Pillowtop mattress and
box. Name brand, new in
plastic, with warranty.
Can deliver. Sacrifice
$140. Call 352-372-
8588.
BED-KING SIZE Pillowtop
mattress and boxspring
with manufactures war-
ranty. Brand new still in


Reduced to $249,900.
3/2 pool home in KH


plastic. uan 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-


Bill Morgan and Jaek Ploss
Phone: 904-964-7399
Cell: 904-591-9377 or 904-219-4648
3085 SE 1131 Way Starke, FL 32091
Licensed & Insured


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$110,000
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Receive checks oii' $32()
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20-40 years from a 40K
invest lentirin Oil & d as.
(888)722-5790.

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aind rehabs Ifor pennies on
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/ to insure SUCCESS
(800)693-396c7.
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AMIRICA'S DRIVING
ACADEMY Start your
driving career'! Offriny
courses in CDI. A. One
tuition fee! Mtanv
pay;incnl pilions! No
re istiratioll fee!
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positions). Guys/Gals to
'work and travel entire
USA. Paid training.
transportntiion. lodgiug
Punished. Call toay.Observer
Start today. (888)272-
2732.
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preferred. Benefits -
rou. New Syrp ha Bealth.
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holidays. E -mEail
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(386)424-9858.
Newspapers. 4-1775ox
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AVERAGE POSTAL
liMPiOYEE t $5ARNS
$57.000/YR Minimum
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ughnethiis/Paid ovrainina
and Vacations No"
experience Needed
(8d0)v1584-1775 8-29
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l'arn Up lo $550
WHIKILY Working
through the government..
IT No' experience. Call
Todav!! (800)488-2921
Ask lor Deparlnlent i.


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DUI...Traffic Tickets.
Bond Reduction. 100's of
Lawyers Statewide 24
HOURS A-A-A
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REFERRAL SERVICE
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ALL PERSONAL
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aeration. pond bubblers.
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in one ofC Florida's
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0032.
LAKEFRONT LOG
HOME. $99.900. New
2000 Sq.Ft. Log Home
on Lake Cumberland.
KY. Jamestown/Russell
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Available April 22nd!
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Streams. Homes. Cabins
& Acreage. FREE
BROCHURE (800)642-
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317 Peachtree St.
Murphy. N.C. 28906.
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owner (866)339-4966.
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owner (866)789-8535
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MOUNTAIN ACREAGE
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acre lake in eastern TN.
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sites from the 4(0s.
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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-
8588.
59 Personal
Services
NANNY WITH REFER-
ENCES will work in
Starke, Keystone or
Melrose area. Call any-
time 352-473-0036.
LOCAL PHONE SERVICE
prices are rising. find out
how to get your local
Phone service for 29.95
or maybe even free. Op-
portuhities are also
available, call 319-256-
0500 pin 954014 or Mike
at 888-676-4494 43_45
CUSTOM CUTS Lawn &
Landscape, customized
lawn care, sod, trim-
ming, landscape design.
Reasonable rates, free
estimates. Commercial
& residential. Licensed
and insured. Call 386-
496-2820, if no answer
please leave message.
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500 ft frontage on 301
South only. 3110 mile
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Office
2800 sq ft Building
Mini-storage and Barn
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and service. EAGLE
Miniature Avation. Call
352-473-8090.
CONCEALED WEAPONS
permit course. 1 hour
$35 for individual or
group. Call 904-964-
5019.
CLARK FOUNDATION
REPAIRS, INC. Cor-
rection of termite & wa-
ter-damaged wood &
sills. Leveling & raising
Houses/Bldgs. Pier Re-
placement & alignment.
Free Estimates: Danny
(Buddy) Clark, (904)-
284-2333 or 1-800-288-
0633.
PRESSURE WASHING,
CLC home exterior
cleaning. Roofs, siding,
decks, driveways, side-
walks. Free estimates,
call Curtis, 904-964-
4940.
LAWNSCAPING Tree/
shrub planting, water
Features, lighting, lawn
renovations, pruning,
spring spruce up, de-
sign. Any budget call
352-478-2236.
FLORIDA CREDIT UNION
has money to lend for
M.H. & land packages.
1-800-284-1144.
CONCEALED WEAPONS
permit course. 1 hour
$35 for individual or
group. call 904-964-
5019.
CUSTOM CUTS Lawn &
Landscape, customized
lawn care, sod, trim-
ming, landscape design.
Reasonable rates, free
estimates. Commercial
& residential. Licensed
and insured. Call 386-
496-2820, if no answer
please leave message.
65 Help
Wanted
HOME SUPPORT STAFF-'
to work with develop-.
mentally disabled indi-
viduals in group homes
in Starke. Requires High
School Diploma or GED
i & Valid FL Drivers Lic. w/
good driving record. $7
per hour plus benefits.
SEOE call 904-964-1468
o0.904-964-8082
ELECTRICIANS & HELP-
ERS needed at Camp
Blending. DWF/EOE.


Call 904-757-4545.
PROFESSIONAL DRIV-
ERS home everynight!
Full benefits package.
Dry bulk and flat bed
positions at Newberry
terminal. Commercial
Carriers Corp. Call 866-
300-8759.
NOW HIRING FOR follow-
ing positions at Lazenby
Equipment. Sales posi-
tion Wifl train.
Call 904-964-4238,
Monday thru Friday 9am
to 5pm. Drug Free Work
Place.
POSITION OPEN for com-
panion services for the
Disabled. Must have 1
year of experience in
medical, child care, or
other related field. Back-
ground and drug test
required. Good pay with

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


benefits. Apply ARC of
Bradford 1351 S. Water
St., Starke FL 32091.
Call 904-964-7699.
'SOLID WASTE SITE At-
tendant- Bradford
County. Bradford County
is accepting applications
for a part time/on call site
attendant. Applications
and resumes may be
turned in to the Solid
Waste Director's office,
located at 925 N. Temple
Ave., suite E. Deadline
for accepting applica-
tions is Friday, April 7th,
at 5:00pm. Applications
and job description
forms are available at
the Solid Waste
Director's office. The
county reserves the right
to reject any and all ap-
plications. Equal Oppor-
tunity Employer.
STRUCTURAL STEEL
erection foreman, excel-
lent pay, benefits, ve-
hicle provided. Call 904-
707-8262
EXP FT CAREGIVER
6:30am to 2:30pm. No
phone calls. Apply in per-
son at the Park of the
Palms, 706 Palms
,Circle, Keystone FL .
NEW MANAGEMENT AT
Spratlin Towing. We are
taking applications for a
Tow Truck Driver. Must
have clean MVR, Class


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E. At least 25 years old.
Apply in person at
Spratlin Towing, HWY
301 North, behind Smith
Bros. Paint and Body.
ASSISTANT SUPERVI-
SOR position available
immediately. Residen-
tial construction, Key-
stone area, minimum 2
years experience re-
quired, pay commiserate
with experience, $15 to
$20 per hour. Please fax
resume to 352-692-
4343.
2 POSITIONS NEEDED
Punch out person & a
cabinet installer/counter
top maker needed for
Keystone area, pays
$12 $17 per hour. Call
352-692-4343.
PLANT NURSERY Land-
scaping help needed.
Tues Sat, Apply in per-
son, at Paradise Nurs-
ery, SR 16 west in
Starke. (5 miles from
HWY 301).Call 904-964-
8055.
COMMERCIAL
FLOORCOVERING
company seeks install-
ers and labors. Labors
no exp. necessary. Must






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MATH/SCIENCE
ADJUNCT, ...
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hour in field
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College applicanon and
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Applicailn o'ai. alatle of, the
Aseb at lakeciit.ccedu
Inquiries:
Human Resource.
De elopment
Lake City'
Communi? College
149 SE College Place
Lake Cil)., FL 32025
LCCC I. c re uii: le.l ) ]the
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have current Florida DL.
Call 904-769-2416,
leave message.
CLASS A CDL DRIVERS
needed. Good Money.
Call 352-377-1500.
PT SERVER NEEDED for
Christian living facility.
3:30 to 7:30 weeknights
and everyother week-
end. No phone calls.
Apply in person at the
Park of the Palms, 706
Palms Circle, Keystone
FL.
PAPER CARRIER Starke
area only, stores &
racks. Call Tim at 904-
553-5838.
MOTHERS 'HELPER
needed, June & July, 18


years or older, reliable,
energetic, w/good driv-
ing record. Call 352-468-
2484.
OFFICE ASSISTANT PT
Mon- Fri. Must be com-
puter literate, Quicken &
ACT, good people skills:
Fax resume to 904-964-
5977
PAINTER/CREW CHEF
experienced profession-
als need apply. Must
have reliable transporta-
tion, valid drivers li-
cense, call Heather at
Jennings Painters Inc
532-373-9744 or toll-free
877-229-4180.
RETAIL SALES/CASHIER
position available, 40 hr


Full-time clerical position available in
Starke, M-F. Duties are varied. Must have
good phone etiquette, billing, A/P, and
payroll experience. Please fax resume to
904-368-9198 or pick up application in
person at 202 W. Market Rd., Starke, FL.


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quired.
WAREHOUSE POSITION
available, 40 hour mini-
mum per week. Gator 2
Farm Supply, South of
Starke on HWY 301. HS
'diploma required.
ATTENDANT 40 hr wk.
Various shifts. Contact
Norma Nichols 800-638-
3138 or 904-284-8590.
Penney Retriement
Community. Drug Free
Work Place & EOE.
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LAKCE CITY
CIMHNUIIIY COLLEGE
NURSING
INSTRUCTIONAL
POSITIONS
AVAILABLE
LCCC is seeking qualified
nurses to fill the following
positions. All positions
require a minimum of a
Master's degree in Nursing
considerationn will be given
to applicants with masters
in progress) with at least 18
credit hours in the field and
have FL RN license, or be
FL license eligible. Must be
computer literate. Previous
teaching experience
desirable:
Associate Professor,
Nursing,'
Fast Track LPN to RN
Bridge Program
(228 day Grant Funded
position)
Experience in acute
care/adult health nursing.
Distance learning and/or
internet course work
experience preferred.
Associate Professor,
Registered Nursing
Program
;1 98_duty dav Tenure
I rai 0C. p);dhorn
M.lu, ha'e 2 ,ear,
experience in acuie care.
adu. -health nursing
Associate Professor,
Associate in Science
Nursing Program
1)i .Jwl. da, Tenuire
Track pc,,ion
MLI'I hae 2 .ear-
eperiernce in acute care
pedI'iic and/or maiefrn
and inl'an nursing ora dult
health nursing
Saljr, Baed on degree
ajrd espcenc-e. plu-
te nei'll,
Re'n e. o. appleat.ons to
begin irnmedilael and
ortrnue until p-C'm is are
filled College application
redquned .r cl'j r-ulie
arid cnp', 0f Ira r.i'pl,
C. omplele pECiOicn deeainl
rnd applicaincin are
E' alable c.n -.ur ,eb ,,ac at
v%. lakeciu cc.edu
Inquiries:
Human Resource
Development
Lake Ciry Communlt)
College
149 SE College Place
Lake Cil). FL 32025
Phoirn,- 1 3 6 P7.4;J-t' 14
Fj, i'Soi 754-454
E-mail'
bcericrierg,'caldkecic.cc edu
LCCC n1 rCiltdt bd ti ir.e
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LAE CITY
INNIIITY CILlfIEE
REGISTRAR/
DIRECTOR OF
REGISTRATION
AdministraUie poSition
repormtble for all faceti of
enrollment pr.ices and
cnlical incirons of
Regnirrar' Office
Minimum of Bachelor
degree in related area ni
:at leai 5 year,. e\perieri:e
in student recordsjr ad
computer processing lMu-l
have knowledge of Iheor)
and a pplicanon, of
computer program, used for
registration and studenti
records; knowledge. cof
academic record keeping.
anad stale and federal
regulation-
Salar. $45.OO) ra
annually, plus berefl,,
Applicatnon and material-.
must arrive by Apnl 26.
2106 for guaianteed
conMsieration.
INSTRUCTOR,
TURF EQLIIPMENT
TECHNOLOGY
Teach tur' equipment and
.'hop management clas.e'
including mechanics.
diagro-nic- ,eltdng and
maintenance AAIAS with
Cise year- full-tine
mechanic expei-ence
Bachelor-. degree
preened Teaching
experience and/or iuri["
equipment technician
elper.ence de-.red.
Salary: Based on degree
and experience plus
: benefits
Applicalion and material,.
mu'ii anie by April 2o.
2006 for guararteed
consideration
College application
required Position defatl.i
and application available on
the web at"


'www.lakecitycc.edu
Inquiries:
Human Resource
Development
Lake Cil) Community
S 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
VP/ADA/EA/EO College in
Education & Employment


LACE CITY
CINNUIITY COULES
SUPERVISOR,
PUBLIC SAFETY
AND SECURITY
Certifies and trains College
and contract security staff.
Maintains regulatory
compliance with FDLE;
OSHA. FDEP and other
safety regulatory agencies.
Is liaison with County. State
& Federal disaster -
management teams.
Minimum of Associate's
degree preferably in law
enforcement or security
area plus 3 years experience
in managing security and
safety related personnel.
Qualified as firing range
master orcertified fire arms
instructor desirable.
Salary: $27,583 annually,
plus benefits
Application Deadline:
April 14.2006
STAFF
ASSISTANT I
Grant Funded Position
Assist the Coordinator of
Student Activities with
clerical and budget
management duties. High
school diploma or
equivalent with 2 years
clerical experience and
knowledge of Word &
Excel.
Salary: $18.669 annually
plus benefits
Application Deadline:
April 14, 2006 ,
College application
required. Position details
and application available
Son the web at:
www.lakecitycc.edu
Inquiries:
Human Resource
Development
Lake City Community

149 SE College Place
Lake ClIv, FL 3202s
Phone 1386i)754.4314
Fax: (386) 754-4594
E-mail:
t',eiichergi'.lakecirNCc edu
LCCC i .ioieiied lby the
S"'uaienr A.-. ,iln',r
C. .i.lege. and Schi.ln.
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LJUCE CITY
CINNUlITV COLLEBE

ADJUNCTS FOR
NURSING
PROGRAMS
SUMMER A/B 2006
Patient Care Assistant
Program: .

Sberueen'5/I 91-1.
Nlui hse FL RN license
and 2 years, recent
experience in acuie or
long term care
Il poiion)
Practical Nursing
Program:
Clinical intrucior three
daJ s per week berAeen
5116-7/29 Mult hase FL
RN license and 2 years
reCeni experience in acuie
or long term care.
BSN and teaching
experience preferred
(2 positions
Practical Nursing
Program:
Clinical instructor one da)
per week between 5/16.
7/29 Must have FL RN
license and 2 years recent
experience in acute or long
term care
BSN and teaching
experience preferred
tl position)
Registered Nursing
Program Mental Health
Course:
Clihncal ntrucior one day
per week iFriday).
"June 2-June 30 ai North
East Florida State Hopital
Must hase FL RN license.
BSN and 2 )ear, recent
experience'in related area
MSN and teaching
experience preferred
(0 position .
Bod) Structure and
Function Course
PRN 0080:
Instructor for Summer A
term (6 weeks) Monday
through Thursday 8.30 -
10 45 AM BEGINS May
loth and end, June 26th.
This course covers the
normal human body
structure and functions.
Emphasis on major
ysiems. Lab time included.
RN or degree in related
field required.
Teaching experience
preferred.

Health Careers
CORE HCP00Q01:
Instructor for Summer A
term 5/16-6/30. CORE is
an intoductory course to
health occupations and the
health care delivery system
RN or health care
experience with AS degree
required Clarss meets
Monday through Thursday
8.30.11:45 AM
(I posilioni
Registered Nursing
Program:
Clinical inartructor for acute
care clinical rotations 5/8-
6/I. Total 80 hours: flexible
dates and limes. Sites in
Lake Cit) and Gamess ille
available Must bave FL
RN license. BSN and
2 year. recent experience
in acute care.
MSN and teaching
experience preferred,
positionso)
CONTACT THE ALLIED
HEALTH DEPARTMENT
at 386 754.4404
FOR DETAILS


College application and
transcripts required.
Application available on the
web at: www.lakecitycc.edu
Lake City
Community. College
149 SE College Place
Lake City, FL 32025
LCCC is accredited by the
SSouthern Asciation '
of Colleges and SchOils
VP/ADA/EA/EQ College in
Education & Employment


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LAKCE CITY
CINNUi CAlESE
DEAN,
OCCUPATIONAL
PROGRAMS
Responsible for operation
and curriculum
development of
occupational/vocationa
education programs that
enhance economic
development of five-county
area. Duties include
preparation and
administration'of budgets.
:Master's degree in
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years experience with
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salary: $85,000 annually,
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Inquiries:
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Development
Lake City Communicy
College
149 SE College Place
Lake Cily, FL 32025
Phone. 1386) 7)4-4314
Fax: 1386) 754-4594
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168 Duty Days Tenured Track To Commence August 2006

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148 S.E. College Place
Lake City, FL 32025-2007
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April. TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR--C-SECTION Page 11C


TRACK/FIELD


Keystone
earns 11 top-
6 finishes

BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Rachel Crane won one event
for Keystone Heights and
Warren Tillery was runner-up
in two at the Clay High School
Track and Field Invitational
March 24.
Crane won the high jump for


Bradford's Jennifer Smyth gets airborne in the high
jump. She placed second in the event and won
another for the Tornadoes.


TRACK
Continued from p. 4C
time of 10.88 seconds. Ryan
Robinson .was fifth- in the
400m with a time of 51.99)
seconds and Malcolm Moore
was. fifth in the 800m with a
time of 2:07.76.
"Covington took sixth in the
200m with a time of 22.89
seconds. .
Hankerson and James
Jamison just missed out on.
earning points for their team.
Hankerson was ninth in the
400m' with a time of 54.26
seconds and Jamison was ninth
in the 100m with a time of
I 11.40 seconds.
Tony Crum. was 1'2h in the:
discus (99'5") and 15th in' the
sht 'put (31'3"'). Bryan Adams"
was 1,7' in the shot put (27'4")
and Jarrin Simmons was 19th in
the discus (80').
Jennifer Smyth earned
points for the Bradford girls
team in three events. She won


the 400m with a time of
1:01.03, finishing ahead of
Cedar Key's Kacey Miller.
who had a time of 1:01.62.
Smyth was runner-up in the
high jump, clearing 4'8". She
was also fifth in the 100m with
a time of 12.95 seconds.
The 4x100m. relay team
placed fourth with a time of
52.89 seconds and the 4\800mn
relay team was fifth with a
time of 12:32.05.
Courtney Cragg placed
seventh in the 800m %ith a
time of 2:51.77, while Destin)
Bass just missed out on
earning points for her team
with a ninth-place finish in the
200m (28.23). ,; .
Also in the 200m, Ebony'
Smith finished I 1'h with a time
of 29.58 seconds.
Bradford's Danielle Dent
competed in the discus and
shot put, placing 10'" and 12th,
respectively, with distances of
71'9" and 25'8".
The Buchholz boys and
Gainesville girls teams topped
the field at the invitational.


BASEBALL

Tornadoes
even district
record with
Baker Co. win
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer


11


improve to 4-
1 in district
with 11-1 win
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Wil Breton hit two home
runs, the second of which
ended the game in the sixth
inning,, as. the" Keystone
Heights baseball team won its
second straight District .6-3A
,by a score of 11-1, defeating
visiting Pierson Taylor on
1 MarAh 28.
'Breton homered in his final
two at-bats, driving in three
.runs in the fourth inning His
homer in the sixth was a solo
shot that enforced the 10-run
rule.
In all, Breton drove in five
runs and finished the game. 3-
for-4.
Blake Lott was 2-for-3 with
a double and two RBI.
Lott and Breton were the


the girls team, which also got
third-place finishes from Liz
Wheeler in the 300m hurdles
and Rachel Lingerfelt in the
shot put.
Lingerfelt competed in the
discus, too,: finishing sixth.
Julie Rund placed fourth in
the 1600m and fifth iff the
3200m
Raquel Doty earned a fifth-
place finish in the 300m
hurdles.
On the boys side, Tiller took
second in the 1600m and
3200m.
The team also got sixth-
place finishes from Matt
Easton in the 800m, Greg
Taylor in the triple jump and
the 4x800m relay team.


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only multiple hitters for
Keystone.
"They made a few errors
that helped us," Keystone head
coach Alan Mattox said of
Taylor.
Cole Belote and Anthony
Giurate also drove in a run
each.
Lott was the winning
pitcher, striking out six and
giving up one run in four
innings.
The win improved
Keystone's district record to 4-
1.
Keystone played district
opponent Crescent City April 4
and will travel to play district
opponent Interlachen Friday,
April 7, at 7 p.m.
The Indians host Union
County, which handed them
their only district loss,
Tuesday, April 11, at 7 p.m.

Earlier results:

KH 11 Crescent 1
Three Keystone batters
drove in two runs each as the
Indians defeated visiting


Cole Rhoden hit two home
runs to help lead the Bradford
baseball team to a 10-3 win
over District 3-4A opponent
Baker County March 30 in
Starke.
Rhoden, who was 3-for-3,
finished the game with six RBI
as the Tornadoes evened their
district record to 4-4. He hit a
two-run homer in the first and
a three-run shot in the third.
William Estes, John Ryan
Palladino and Zach King were
each 2-for-4, while Jason
Smyth had an RBI.
Antwan Brown was the
winning pitcher.
The win brought Bradford's
record to.. 6-11 following a 5-4
loss to West Nassau on March
27 in Callahan. In that game,
all of West Nassau's runs were
unearned as the Tornadoes
committed five errors in the
first inning that led to four runs
and one error that led to
another run in the fourth.
Bradford played Baker
County again on March 31 and
will travel to play Fort White
Tuesday, April 11. That will
be the second game -of a
double header, following a
junior varsity game at 4:30
p.m.

Indians


Crescent City 11-1 in five-
innings on March 24.
Breton, Lans Hardin and
Tyson Paulk each had two
RBI. Breton had a home run,
while Hardin and Paulk each
had a double.
Keystone had no multiple-
hit batters and only had seven
as a team.
Giurate was the winning
pitcher, recording six
strikeouts and allowing two
hits in four innings.

Middleburg 4 KH 3
Keystone let a late lead slip
away, committing two errors
in the bottom of the seventh
that helped host Middleburg
rally for a 4-3 win on-March.
27.
The Indians went up 3-1 in
the sixth when Hardin hit a
two-run double.
Lott and Chris Sidburry
were the leading hitters, going
2-for-4 and 2-for-3,
respectively. David Thomas
added a double.
Clayton Mosley, in relief of
starting pitcher Giurate, earned


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BHS
Continued from p. 3C
Klassic.
Six errors hurt Bradford's
cause as Barrett gave up only
two earned runs off of six hits.
She had nine strikeouts.
McClellan and Whitaker
each had an RBI single for the
Tornadoes.

* *

Honesty of thought and
speech and written word is
a jewel, and they who curb
prejudice and seek
honorably to know and
speak the truth are the only
builders of a better life.
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