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Ministerial association

hosts Easter Services


BY JAMES REDMOND
Times Staff Writer
'The Union County
Ministerial Association will be
hosting several services over
the Easter holiday weekend.
On Friday, April 14, the
group will host a Good Friday
service at the First Christian
Church of Lake Butler from
noon until I p.m. Brother Scott
Fisher of the Lake Butler
Church of Christ will bring the
message.
"This is an annual event put
on by the association," said Art
Peterson, pastor of the First
Church of Christ and member
of the association.
The -annual Easter Sunrise


Service, sponsored by the
association as well, will be
held on April 18, at Lakeside
Park in Lake Butler beginning
at. 6:30 a.m. Brother Larry
Clyatt of the Harmony
Freewill Baptist Church will
bring the message for this
service.
Both services are open to
members of all faiths.
"No matter your faith, we
are asking people from all over
the county to join us in this
service," Peterson said. "Each
will be an interdenominational
service that all can attend."

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


Tillis updates council


From I-r, Doug Wilcox, president of Scherer Construction, Worthington Springs
Town Council Members Jeff Rimes and John Rimes III, Town Mayor Jimmy Cason
and the town's attorney, Bill Whitley, break ground on what will be the new
Worthington Springs Community Center.


WS breaks ground on new facility


BY JAMES REDMOND
Times Staff Writer
After several months and
several delays, the town of
Worthington Springs broke
ground on its new community
center April 10.
The project has met with
several delays since a large oak
tree fell of the former building
and demolished it during the
hurricane season of 2004.
"We hate encountered a lot
of red tape on the journey to
this day." said Councilman Jeff
Rimes. "X\e're just finally glad
'we have gotten this far "
Rimes told of a journey that
went through many. people
with- the Federal Emergency
Management Agency.
I literally\ spoke to more
than 20 people before I finally
got to this point," Rimes said.
"Though it took longer, it was
all \korth it in the end
What the town got out of the
process was a netw 4,500
square-foot community center
complete vith a new meeting
-facilit\ for the council. The
council has been meeting at the
town's fire station since the
disaster.
The building will: also
contain an office for the city
clerk, as well as Ma \or Jimm\
Cason, a kitchen, an assembly
room and extra storage.


On April 10. the Lake Butler,
Cit) Commission voted to
proclaim Friday. April 28, as,
Arbor Da\ in Lake Butler.,- ,
"The cit) recognizes the,
iremendoirs talue pro" ided by
planting, growing 'and
preser ing trees'" said City
Manager Richard Tillis. "Trees
throughout the cit\ provide
b\ygen, shade, wildlife habitat.
Tuel and countless wood
products in our economy. "
The proclamation, approved
by a 5-0 tote. encourages all
citizens of Lake Butler to'
enhance the community by
planting a tree,
The city choose April 28
because t is National Arbor
Da\. ', :
S"Tree planting acti cities aie.
-planned for that day," Tillis
said. "Students from several of
the local 'schools \ ill come to
plant trees: in out wildflower
project area."
Tillis told commissioners
that as in past years, the city
will be helped by the Florida
Department of Forestry.


"We won't have to store all-
the tables and chairs for the
assembly-room.in the corner
anymore," said Councilman'i
John Rimes III. "It will be a
marvellous change from the
old facility." :
Scherer Construction beat
out four other bidders f.:.r thc
cortract'-to 'build the ne,.
facility.. The company is
Florida-based and has many
projects under construction
including the new Walgreens
in Starke. Total construction
price for the building was,
$5941,554.
"But it took many months of
going back to FEMA to. get
that much money," Jeff said.
"Even so, it was still %%orth the,
effort."
Rimes was commenting on
the fact that the town had to
back to FEMA to i get
additional funding. The town
initially received more than
$200,000 from the agency,
along with $200,000 from the
town's insurance company.
"'But when, we put it out for
bid, the lowest ,bidder was
$100,000 over the funding we
had," Rimes said. "\We went
back and FEMA told the town
to reapplh for the additional
funding. We did and FEMA
made up the difference."
One highlight of the new.


"Rangers from the division
of fores.try come out and
explain to the students a little
about Arbor Day as well as
how trees grow," Tillis said.
",They also hand out trees for
the children to plant at home.". -
The idea for: Arbor Day
originally .-came from
Nebraska. A visit to Nebraska
today wouldri't disclose .that
the state was once a treeless
p'ain. Yet it was the lack of
trees there that led to the
founding of Arbor Day in the
1800 ..
Among pioneers moving
into the Nebraska Territory in
185-4 was J. Sterling Morton'
from Detroit. He and his wife
were lovers of nature, and the
home they established in
Nebraska was quickly planted
w ith trees, shrubs and flowers.
MNorton was a journalist and
soon became editor of
Nebraska's first newspaper.
Given that forum, he spread
-agricultural information and

See ARBOR, p. 4A


building is that it will be
handicap accessible.
"There will be wheelchair
ramps into the building and
doors that open % ith the push
of a button;" Rimes said. "The
bathrooms will even be larger
to accommodate those in
Sheeli'hair "
According to Rimes, ,the'
former building did not have to
meet the Americans with
Disabilities Act because of its
age.
Though not funded through'
the grant.. the town is :also in
-the final stages 'of purchasing
the lot directly south of the
location.
"Thi.s lot is comprised of
half a pity block and 'we plan to'
use it for parking," said John
Rimes III. "With growth the
\av. it is going, the extra room
tt ill be essential in the future."
Se' eral months ago the town
had what was left of the old
building torn down and hauled
away. The only thing that even
.indicates a building was once
there is the asphalt driveway.
"But that will be removed
once we begin laying the
foundation for the new


See CENTER, p. 2A


BY JAMES REDMOND
Times Staff Writer

Lake Butler City Manager
Richard Tillis informed
commissioners about several
issues going on in the city at
the board's April 10 meeting.
The first area of concern was
Lake Ave. According to Tillis,
several residents have
contacted him in regards to the
present condition of the
roadway.
"Mr. (Hardy) Clyatt and I.
have surveyed Lake Ave. south
of Main St. and reviewed the
condition -of- several. of. the
repair patches on this road,"
Tillis said.
Earlier in the year Tillis said.
the.city w.:'oud.louLk at possible
repad\rig the strip sometime
this fiscal year.
Another area Tillis informed
commissioners about was he
and commissioners Lynn
Bishop and Fletcher Myers trip
to the Florida League,of Cities
annual Legislative Day.
"Commissioners Bishop and
Myers and I attended the,FLC
Legislative Day event in
Tallahassee on -March 29,"
Tillis said. "At a breakfast, the
league discussed several pieces
of legislation. Some were,
beneficial while others were
harmful to cities."
While there the group met
with Dave Mecusker of the
Florida Department of
Corrections. Secretary James
McDonough was out of town
and the group; was unable to
speak v.ith him.
Tillis told, commissioners
that three'new pumps were
being installed at the city's
spray field were effluent water
from the' treatment plant is
disposed of.


"Mr. (Tom) Jenkins has been
installing the pumps they were
ready to test April 6," Tillis
said. "With the moving of
some values, for more efficient
operation, we should be back
to normal operations very
shortly."
According to Tillis the city's
Spring Beautification Project is
going well. .
"We' have begun the,
collection of massive amounts
of trash and debris this month,
Tillis said. "It appears people
are really taking advantage of
the opportunity to get rid of
trash and debris from their
property."- : _..
This massive clean-tip may
have come in large part to the
t,.tiuher code enforcement
eflortn the it\ has begun
"Sheriff Jerr i \Whitehead
has provided Investigator Mac
Johns to work with us on code
Siolations." Tillis said. "He has
placed violation tags on more
than one dozen vehicles and all
but three have already been
removed by property owriers."
According to Tillis Johns is
also working with several
property owners to have debris
and trash removed from their
yards.
"I have been very pleased
with his acr it,\ and the results
produced thus far," Tillis said:
''I would encourage all of you
to thank both the Sheriff and
Investigator Johns for their
efforts."
Tillis also told
commissioners about the effort
to replace a failing influent


See TILLIS, p. 3A


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This week pinwheels were placed in front of the Union County Courthouse to
recognize April as National Child Abuse Prevention Month. One pinwheel for each of
124 children identified as being neglected or abused was placed in the front lawn.
The pinwheels were placed by the Bradford/ Union Child Abuse Prevention task
Force.


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 Eastdf 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.




Courthouse
closed this
Friday
The Union County
Courthouse will be closed.
on Friday, April 14, in
observance of Good Friday.
All offices will resume
normal operating hours on
Monday, April 17 at 8.a.m.





Pre-K
screenings
provided at
LBES
Union County children
ages 3 to 5 years old, who
are not currently being
served in a public school
program, will be offered on
May 12., at Lake Butler
Elementary School. This
event is sponsored by Union
County Schools, Gateway
Early Learning Coalition,
and the Florida Diagnostic
and Learning Resources
System. Please call Trish
Ranard at 386-496-3047 to
register for a screening
appointment.
If you have concerns
about a child's speaking,
seeing., hearing. walking,
taking part in activities, or
school readiness, you can
also contact Child Find at 1-
800-227-6036. '



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the Thursday
publication date.
Articles can be
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office on Main Street in
Lake Butler or to the
Telegraph office (131
W:. Call St., Starke).
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or call 904-964-6305 in
Starke.


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CENTER
Continued from p. 1A

building," said Doug Wilcox,
president of Scherer
Construction. "Our plan is to
begin within the next couple
weeks and have the facility
completed sometime in the
next 180 days."
If everything works out, it's
possible the facility could be
completed in time for the
town's Halloween carnival.
"For the past two years
we've, had to cancel the
carnival because we've had no
place to hold it," Rimes said.
- "If the weather cooperates and
things move on schedule, it's
possible this year's carnival
could happen."
Rimes was put in charge of
the project because of his
background.
"Jeff has a been a contractor
and has a degree in the field,"
said John Rimes III. "Who
better to put in this place than
him? He has a vested interest
in the .project and we know
he'll do a great job."
Cason said he just glad to see.
the project begin.
"This will be a great thing
for the town," said Cason.
"We'll all have place to meet
and have gatherings again."
Before it was wrecked, the
old- building was the place
people in Worthington Springs
went to have a wedding
reception or family reunion.
The building also housed the
town's fire department until
the new fire station was
completed several years ago.
James Redmond can be
reached at (386) 496-2261 or
uctimes@alltel.net


Above is an engineers rendering of what the new community center might look like.
Small details are still being worked out before construction begins.


SREC has
alternate meal
site for
seniors
The Suwannee River
Economic Council has an
alternative congregate meal,
site for seniors 60 and older.
On Tuesday and
Thursday, from 10:30 a.m.-
12:30 p.m., seniors can
come to the Worthington-
Springs First United
Methodist Church to enjoy
free food, music and a sing-
along. For more
information, contact SREC
at (386) 496-2342.


UCHS offers
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)
496-3040 ext. 4946.


WS agrees to pay for expenses


BY JAMES REDMOND
Times Staff Writer
In an effort to get an
ambulance stationed in its area,
the Worthington Springs Town
Council agreed to -pay for
many of the expenses related
to turning the fire station over
to the count).
OA,.Wtl-tlf.. council
discussed the matter, and while
nvoPr g-irrg,'-Vgee"ti0- pa) for-
many of the expenses relating
to the department.
"We are tilling to pay
whatever expense we need to
get an ambulance stationed in
this town," said Councilman.
John Rimes III. "The town is
the second most populated in
the county and we need it."
The entire discussion began
in February when Jimmy
Cason, the town's mayor,
approached the county about
taking over the operations of
the fire department. During the
.public comment portion of the
S"--county commission meeting,
-.Casonr told commissioners it"
was the city's desire for the,
county to make the moe e.
"In exchange all we ask is
.that you station an ambulance
at the fire station," Cason said.
"The town council feels this
will be a win-w in situation for
both town and county,
residents."
Because it was not ah
agenda item, commissioners
-could take no action on it, and
Chairman Wayne Smith said,
the board would take it under
advisement. In March, both
sides met to see if they could
come to some t\pe of
agreement that each could like
with.
During the meeting, Smith
told town representatives that
there were some issues that
would have be addressed
before the county would agree
to take over the station.
"Who's going to pay for
maintaince of the fire trucks
and who will be responsible
for the insurance on those




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 16, %with dinner
and egg hunt immediately
follow ing the morning
worship.
A cemetery. business meeting
will be held at 3 p.m.
following the Easter activities.
IThe public is invited


vehicles?" Smith asked. "We several times. Currently the
also need to know who's going county is scheduled to address
to pay.the utility bill." the issue at it's April 17
Bill Whitley, who is the regular meeting.
town's attorney, was the Smith .also' said the town
town's representative 'at the needed to pay part of a special
meeting. Whitley told Smith he assessment, that the county was
had -no answers and would due during the March meeting.
have to defer the matter to the "The town owes the county
council. During the meeting, 24 000," Smith said. "We
1. .J2the cun dded.tha.u- Smith said.
....e been c rasvi need to resolve that. issue
"ee been ,avi the. r.wemoveng- he
u'tiitf,, Yll fh bsMr d aind ,M iic ...cran,we move.on." ..
-Ia a Because, the .special
just keep paying it," Rimes assessment tax is paid buy
said."Thessment tax is paid bu
said. "The maintained on the individual residents and not the
trucks as well as the insurance town itself, Whitley told Smith
can be handled by the town as he would encourage the town's
well." residents to pay their taxes.
One issue that was addressed During the town's April
at the March meeting was meeting, Rimes brought up the
where emergency medical fact the county had never paid
services personnel would live, the money it promised to help
"The town is willing to support the town's fire
.transform one. of the bays in department.
the current station into living "We've billed, the county the
quarters- for emergency money it agreed to pay but
personnel," Whitley said. "It we've yet to see it," Rimes
would be complete, with said. "If they're going to
bathroom and, shower complain about bills not being
facilities.", p aoul l o e
Cason said the town would paid,,they should look at their
own
be willing to even go one step A document presented by
further.w b a e Rimes showed where the town
We will build a shelteron had billed the county on Jan.
one side of the building to 11, for $4,500. A portion of the
allow all the trucks to be stored bill, $3,000, was -for the .time
undercover," Cason said. "We the interlocal agreement was
just. want to get amfiulance not in place. The other $1,500
service for our residents." was for the amount due, for the
Besides the issue of utilities' first quarter of the current year.
and mairitaince, Smith told Several months ago the town
town representatives that the and county signed an interlocal
county had some issues oTits agreement after not having one
own it had to resolve. agrementafter havg one
"We are current ''being in place for more than a year.
We are curErently r being In the agreement, the count\
asked by our ENIS director tor agreed to pay the to%%n $6.000
a change in his schedule, agreed to pa te owsuppression6.000
Smith sa. "Until we get that services. In exchange, the town
issue resolved, the county will greed to help the cong fight...-
not be able to move forward on fire throughout the county.
this plan." "'We are now just waiting
The county scheduled a on the county's answer,"
special meeting to address the Rimes said "The ball is in
issue 10 days after the meeting their court."-
with Worthington Springs. On
the day of the meeting, it was James Redmond can be
cancelled due to Smith and reachedat (386) 496-2261 or
commissioner Ricky Jenkins uctimes@alltel.net
being ill. Since that time thee
meeting has, been rescheduled


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Bradley Franks is, pictured above, is the new youth
pastor at the Sanderson Christian Revival Center.


SCRC has new youth pastor

BY JAMES REDMOND many years'
Times Staff Writer "I have known that Brad has
t had a calling ofi his life'for
or The Sanderson Christian several years," Bridges said. "I
Revival .Center recently am extremely proud of Brad
received a new addition to its and his walk with God. God
church family. ... 'has special plans for him and
Briadley Franks, of Glen'St. we are excited about what God
Mary, was recently introduced is doing in Brad's life. He's on
as the church's new youth fire-for God."
minister. Franks is the son of Franks said his most sincere
Buddy Franks ..and Lynn desire is fo0r young people.
Bradley. He has.three sisters, everywhere to get- saved and
-: Ashley, Brittany and Erin. .. .erve the Lord.
A recent, high schQil''. "I have a sincere desire to
graduate, Franks said he plans serve God and others,", Frank
n to attend World.Harvest Bible said. "I hope my ministry at
~s College in Colfumbus, Ohio, to this church will accomplish
al further his'studies. that."
h "My goal is to teach young If you would like to find out
t. people what it means to be more about Franks and his
Is saved and how to grow in their ministry, he can- be reached at
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April 13, 2006 UNION COUNTY TIMES Page 3A


TILLIS
Continued from p. 1A

wetwell at the wastewater
treatment plant.
"'Mr. Clyatt and I met with
Florida Department of
Environmental Protection
officials to discuss the
problem," Tillis said.
"'Estimates to repair the
existing well were in the
$70,000 range. The unit is at
least 20 years old and is much
too small as the plant expands.
The most practical solution
will be to build a new one to
meet expanded flows in the
years to come."
Tillis said he did not have an
estimate on how much the new
wetwell would cost.
Tillis told commissioners
that the city was very close to
utilizing the new sludge
disposal tanker it recently
purchased.
"We are very close to
completing arrangements to
use several acres of locally
owned land for sludge
disposal," Tillis said. "It is our
.intent to demonstrate our truck
application of sludge to the
FDEP representatives next
week and to have them provide
an inspection of the proposed
site."
He also updated them on a
grant applied for through rural
development.
,"The grant is under
'consideration after all the
documents they requested were
turned in," Tillis said. "The
rant request is initially for
99,500 to add up to five pre-
K classrooms and a kitchen
area."
Recently Little Rainbows
Learning Center began a lease
on the building that housed the
former Lake Butler Apparel
Factory. The grant will help
the center build- five new
classrooms. This in turn will
create five new jobs in the city.
The center has an option to
buy the building within one
year.
Two construction projects in
the city also seem to be right
on schedule.
"The Butler Townhomes
construction project continues
to make good progress." Tillis
said. "Finishing of the first
structure should begin next
week with painting, tile.
installation of cabinets and
appIanc.,.ap1.4 carpet .7
'He said the proposed CVS
project looks to be on track as
well.
"This project continues to
move forward." Tillis said.
"Preliminary site plain
information has been received
and a request for review of all
signage has been received."
Tillis said he feels the
project will begin to take shape
in the \ery near future.
James Redniond can be
reached at (386) 496-2261 or/
S: uctimnes @alliel.net .."


Miss Alachua
County beauty
pageant to be
held
The Miss Alachua County
JJSA and Alachua County.
Teen USA beauty pageant:
will be held on Sunday,
'May 7. The pageant is
current) 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
t open to all regardless of
their county of residence.
The winners will advance to
Sthe Miss Florida USA and
Miss Florida Teen USA
pageant. For more
information, call (352) 372-
6133:

VFW sponsors
benefit for
Steve Thorton
The Veterans of Foreign
S Wars Post 10082 Men's and
"'Ladies Auxiliary will host a
' steak dinner on Friday,
April 28, from 5-7 p.m. It
will be held at the post's
S headquarters just off S.R.
231 south in Lake Butler.
Each meal will include a


steak, baked potato, green
beans and cake for a $ 10
donation. Orders of 25 or
more will be delivered. For
more information, call (386)
496-3263.


True enjoyment comes
from activity of the mind
and exercise of the body;.
the two are ever united.
-Karl Wilhelm von
Humboldt


Murphy family accepts money from fund raiser


Tiger Idol winner Justine Rogers (middle) is presented
with her prize of $500. Presenting the prize is Interim
Union County High School Principal Russell Larramore
and Tiger Idol coordinator Duwayne Archer.


Rogers becomes UCHS's

second Tiger Idol


BY JAMES REDMOND
Times Staff Writer
Justine Rogers has
accomplished a feat only one
other person in Union
County-she became Union
County High School's second
Tiger Idol winner.
Rogers beat out 16 other
competitors over several
months to take the title. Along
with the prestige that comes
with the title, Rogers received
a,check for $500.
The competition took place
from November until April.
The contest was held each
month. During each month a
different theme was employed.
One month was themed "the'
50s and 60s". while another
was themed "Motown".
During each session, just as
in the show American Idol it is
based on, contestants were
eliminated. Just 'like the


reality-based series,
contestants only got votes from
the audience.
"We did it that way because
of the problems we had with
last year's show," said event
organizer DuWayne Archer.
"This year we decided,to leave
it up to the audience."
Rogers competed in the first
Tiger Idol as an eighth-grader
at Lake Butler Middle School.
This year she competed as a'
freshman at Union County
High School.
Jessica Lane, a senior at
UCHS and Miss Union County
High 2006, took the first'
runner-up position. Juniors.
Kaleb Clyatt and Elliot Willis
finished second and third
runners-up respectively.
James Redmond can be
reached at (386) 496-2261 or
uctimes@alltel.net


Pictured above are the members of the Union County
Farmer's Market Board of Directors. From left to right
they are Ricky Jenkins, Art Peterson, Mary Brown and
Doyal Godwin. Not pictured: Don Hicks.


Farmer's Market set to

open for spring April 29


By JACQUE BREMAN
UC Extension Agent
The Union County Farmer's.
Market Board of Directors
would like everyone to know
that the spring opening of the
market will be on Saturday.
April 29. at 8 a.m.
Farmers will be in place to
sell fresh, locally-grown
produce. The market now has
more than a dozen farmers
certified to accept Farmer's
Market Nutrition Program and
Elder Care coupons for
produce.
Farmers have really be


SREC offers
home repair

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


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Services
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working hard this season to:
hae produce ready for
consumers bN the markets'
opening. The board looks
forw. ard to having.a variety of
spring vegetable's available for
consumers.
There will be bluegrass
music and a grand opening at 9
a.m. Be sure to come by and
support Nour local farmers,
enjoy the music. and enjoy the
beautiful spring weather.
For more information
contact the Union County
Extension Office at (386) 496-
2321


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


p s. '--

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


Recently, Union County Sheriff Jerry Whitehead presented Mary Murphy a check for
more than $2,900. Murphy's children, Dianne and Richard, were seriously Injured in
the bus accident that took place on Jan. 25. The money will go toward the numerous
hospital bills the family has incurred while both children have been in the hospital.
Each also had to go through an extensive bit of rehabilitation before being able to
go home. The money raised during a poker run sponsored by Timbuktu Lounge in
Starke.


Never think badly of
anyone, not even if the
words or conduct of the
person in question give
good grounds for doing so.
-Josemaria Escriva


UC Farm
Bureau hosts
annual onion
sale
The Union County Farm
Bureau is currently holding
its annual sweet Vidalia
onion sale. Onions can be
ordered in 10 and 25 pounds
bags. The group is also
selling several other items
made from Vadalia onions.
The order deadline is April
28, and order will arrive
between May 8-12. For
more information, call Polly
at (386,)496-2171.


The starting points of
character and destiny in the'
young begin with home
environment and outside
associations.
-Harry F Banks


Great opportunities come
to all, but many do not
know they have met them.,
The only preparation to
take advantage of them is
single fidelity to watch what
each day brings.
-Albert E. Dunning


Tax Returns are
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SMALLBUSINESS & PERSONAL
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ARBOR
Continued from p. 1A

his enthusiasm for trees to an
equally enthusiastic audience.
His fellow pioneers missed
their trees. But, more
importantly, trees were needed
as windbreaks to keep soil in
place, for fuel and building
materials, and for shade from
the hot sun.
Morton not only advocated
tree planting by individuals in
his articles and editorials, but
he also encouraged civic
organizations and groups to
join in. His prominence in the
area increased, and he became
secretary .of, the Nebraska
Territory, which provided
another .opportunity to stress
the value of trees.
On January 4, 1872, Morton
first proposed a tree-planting
holiday to be called "Arbor
Day" at a meeting of the state
Board of Agriculture. The date
was set for April 10, 1872.
Prizes were offered to counties
and individuals for planting
properly the largest number of
trees on that day. It was
estimated that more than one
million trees were planted in
Nebraska on the first Arbor
Day.
Arbor Day was officially
proclaimed by the young
state's Gov. Robert W. Furnas
on March 12, 1874, and the
day itself was observed April
10, 1874. In 1885, Arbor Day
was named a legal holiday in
Nebraska and April 22,
Morton's birthday, was
selected as the date for its
permanent observance.
According to accounts from
the Nebraska City News, April
1885, the city celebrated Arbor
Day with a grand parade and a
speech by J. Sterling Morton.
Students of different grades
met at their respective school
rooms in the morning for the
purpose of planting, at ledst one
tree. Each tree that was planted
was labeled with the grade, the.
time planted, and was to be
specially cared for by that
grade.
When the plantings %ere
completed, 1,000 students
-formed a fine to begin the
parade from the. variouss
schools to Nebraska City's
opera house. In the parade,
each deas'searried',colorftl
Sbann r,affifatin .with silk
lining and trimmed with gold
fringe. The letters on the,
banners were painted in oil
colors. By the time the parade
reached the opera house the
throng numbered well over the
1,000 as townspeopl. joined'
the march. Ever> available
foot of' space in the opera
'i6iouse was :occupied, the
students having the front 'seats
and gallery while the older
persons stood.. At 11 a.m., the
throng of celebrants was
addressed by the founder, of
Arbor Day, J. Sterling Morton.
'Mr. Morton was listened to
., with much attention and was
loudly applauded at the close
of his address. At the
conclusion of the ceremonies,
the students sang "America,"
and the large audience was
dismissed.
.This' :ended the first
celebration of Arbor Day as a
legal holiday, and, as reported
by the newspaper, "to sa\ that
it %as a complete success but
faintl\ expresses it. A
celebration of this kind results
in good to all, and is worthy of
imitation by every school in
the state."
During the 1870s. Other
states passed legislation to
observe Arbor Day, and the
tradition began in schools
nationwide in 1882.
Toda\ the most common
date for the state observances
S is the last Friday in April, and
several U.S. presidents ha'e
proclaimed a national Arbor


On March 3, Lake Butler.
Middle School celebrated Dr.
Seuss' birthday by serving a
green eggs and ham breakfast
in the cafeteria.
-Students wore their Dr.
Seuss hats and many read


birthday celebrated at LBMS


books or verses by Theodore
Geisel, a.k.a. Dr. Seuss. Young
and old alike enjoyed the fun
of' reading creative versus
which often carry an important
message of how people should
deal with each other in real-life
situations.


Steven Davis enjoys his serving of green eggs and ham.


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Day on that date. But a number
of state Arbor Days are at,
other times to coincide with
the best tree planting weather,
from January and February in
the south'to May in the' far
north.
Arbor Day has now spread
beyond the 'United States and
is observed in many countries
of the world.

American
Legion to
hold quarterly
meeting
Lake Butler American
Legion Post 153 will hold its
quarterly meeting on Monday,
April 24, at 6:30 p.m.
The meeting will be held at
Fellowship Baptist Church in
Raiford.
Members are encouraged to
attend as well as anyone
interested in joining the club.


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Happy 3rd Birthday
Quinn Raulerson


Celebrating with
Daddy & Momma D
on Saturday at their
home in Raiford.
Love, Daddy & Momma D
We love you, son!


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From l-r, Carol Roberts, Trevor Richardson, Alejandro Jaramillo, Jimmy Holder and
Marissa Washington all wait in line for their green-eggs and ham.


From I-r, Quenton Johnson, Alejandro Jaramillo, Jimmy Holder, Trevor Richardson,
Torrence Reed and Marissa Washington all have breakfast while wearing their Dr.
Seuss hats.



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April 13, 2006 UNION COUNTY TIMES Page 5A



LBMS announces straight A's for third nine weeks grading period


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Lake Butler Middle School fifth-grade straight A's were (front, I-r) Clay Abraham,
Emily Akridge, Alexis Benefield, Kelsey Harrison, Shane Hendricks, Kierra Maxwell,
Danielle Pate, (back, I-r) Caroline Rimes, Christian Shannon, Caitlin Shealy, Amber
Templeton and Dalton Townsend. Not pictured: Vanessa Love and Alexis Smith.














Driggers, Michael Howell, Megan Mobley, Jay Norman, Brooks Palmer and Jamal
White.


Lake Butler Middle School sixth-grade straight A's were (front, 1-r) Albert Brand,
Garrett Crosby, Jennifer Dicks, Morgan Dukes, Kaci Graham, Brandon Hattie,
Michaela Joyner, (back, I-r) Kaleb Nobles, Jordane Spitze, Courtney Stephens,
Brittany Trowell, Abbey Worthington and Keanna-Odom.


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Lake Butler Middle School eighth-grade straight A's were (I-r) Ashton Howard, Sylvia
Lutke, Gabby Perez, Jordon Reynolds and Roman West.


JFOL presents That

Poetry Thing





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Junior Friends of the Librar\
hosted a program entitled That .
Poetrn Thing.
People- were able to read .-
their own poetry, read other's
poetry and to create poetry on
the spur-of-the-moment. More
than a dozen teens came out to
enjoy jazz, coffee and poetry.


Silas Wilson interprets in
dance a poem read by
Courtney Combs.


Malloree Roney, Patricia Geisenburg, Kristin Todd and
Jody Cason enjoy some the poems presented.






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,.Pictured from left to right. Patricia Geisenburg, Waylon Thornton. Kyle Mattox, Jody
-"Cason, Terri Brown, Kristin Todd. Debbie Bell and Andrew Framer discuss the finer
points of one of the poems read.


VFW hosts
benefit for
Samantha
Norman
The Veterans of Foreign
Wars Post 10082 Men's and
Ladies Auxiliary will host a
benefit lunch for Samantha
Norman on Saturday, April
29, from noon to 4 p.m. the
/ lunch will take place'at the
VFW's headquarters located
on 231 south in Lake Butler.
Hot wings, home fires and
coleslaw will be served for
each $5 donation. A 50/50
drawing will alse-take place.
You need' not be present to'
% in. For more information,
call (386) 496-3263.


Union Countyv Public LibrarV


175 West Main


Street


Lake Butler, Florida 32054
Phone (386) 496-3432


Fax (386)


496- 1285


http: //union. newriver. lib. f us


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 -" '' '0
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 *n..-. -
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 Flying Egrets*.......... .....................$1,000/pair
Limb on the Tree:................................. ...$500 Large Bird:....................... ......................., $1,000
Sm all B ird:................................................ $500 B ear: ................. ... .......... .............. $ 1,000
Sm all R eptile: .......................................... $500 A lligator: .............. ................................. $1,000
Squirrel:........................ ..... ......................... $500 D eer:.................................. ......... ...... .........$2,000
Raccoons:....................$ 1,000/pair 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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Street dance at 6pm featuring
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Sunday, April 23 from 9am to 5pm
On Historic downtown Starke on Call Street
Car Show
Sun. l10am-2pm LIVE MUSIC SATURDAY
20 Trophies Awarded
10am-10:30am Maria, Salso Queen
Ip I 10:30am-11:30am Seruncie
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lpm-2pm Creature
2-3pm A Tribute to Elvis
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i1 13, 2006 UNION COUNT TIMES Page 7A



UCHS announces straight A's for third nine weeks grading period


Union County High School ninth-grade straight A's were (front, I-r) Brady Clark,
Cindy Crawford, Stephanie Crosby, Joshua Dicks, (back, I-r) Brodie Ellis, Tyler
,Hamilton, Charles Hobson and Robin Thomas.
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Union County High School 10th-grade straight A's were (l-r) Danielle Giebeig,
Sampson Jackson, Jessica Parrish, Jason Rathman, Mallory Rogers and Zeke Scaff.


:Union County high School 11th'grade straight A's were (1-r) Zach Blunk, Stacy Hutton,
-Cody Tempest and Cailey Thomas.


AARP opposes
BW lledicaid
plan
AARP Florida opposes a
state plan to force Floridians
60+ to join a managed-care
plan (like an HMOi if the\
;ed %ital Medicaid long-term
Ore services. Seniors could
get stuck in a managed-care
plan that may not pro% ide the
care theN need.
By: AARP Florida
The state says the Florida
Senior Care plan %%ill give
Medicaid participants a high
q)alit) of care But vulnerable
seniors could get stuck in a
managed-care program that
won't pay for % ital care.
Once a Medicaid participant
i% in this program, you will
hlWye 30 days to. decide on a
[fan. If you won't or cah't
decide, state "choice
counselors" will make Nour
"choice" for you. If ,our
medical condition changes, but
puir'HMO won't pay for e\tra
cre you need, \ou could be
.ck in a bad plan for up to a
y)ar. And. if a managed-care
provider won't pay for care
you need, then you must
choose between paying for
private care or skipping vital
medical treatment.
&You can appeal an HMO's
decisionn, but the process is
complex and frustrating. Who
fights for frail, vulnerable
Florida seniors with no family
or advocates nearby?
oobe connected toll-free to
r legislator regarding
-'RiIda Senior Care, please
S call 1-800-880-7640. For more
information, please visit
vwws.aarp.org/fl .
forcing Floridians 60+ into
I'caid managed long-term
care may not reduce Medicaid
eryone knows that health
care is expensive. Srate
officials say they want to force
older Floridians into Medicaid
SH s to receive vital long-
tJ ,rp icareser.v:ices' 'because
f ur' Me d i c ,id '..costs "are,
S usu'rta'iaib'l.e"' Buit state
'. bureaucrats' have testified
'. before lawmakers that there is
:l noiguarantee that the plan \\ill
attidll3.y reduce Medicaid
S i" fact, if, HM Qs do manage
to' squeeze savings out of
Medicaid long term care costs,
th state's. plan, cold .let the
HMOs to keep any savings as
enpof t, "Tapdaetrs, wouldn't
i'" r efiit, and doctors, nursing

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.,homes -. ,hospitals, and
ji^.i.dicald participants could
"stdffer. ... .
AARP Florida know;s that
using wise use of public
resources for Medicaid is
important to you. Call this toll
free number 1-800-880-7640
and tell your state lawmaker
that the Florida Senior Care
initiative isn't guaranteed to
save taxpayers any money.
Ask that lawmakers delay
implementing this program
and look for a better long-term
care reform plan.
Florida doesn't need to force
Floridians 60+ into HMOs or
other managed-care
organizations to' receive
Medicaid long-lerm care
serve ices.
Instead, Florida' needs real
long-term care reform. .We
should gi e Florida elders an
array of quality care options,
then provide them with' a
trusted, neutral source of
information about their
choices. Let them choose the
care they need.
Overwhelmingly, Florida
elders prefer to receive long-
term care at home, with some
help from families and
friends. This is not only what
families and older people
prefer, it's also the wisest use
of precious public resources -
a win for elders and taxpayers
alike.
To achieve this noble, goal,
we should call on Florida's
existing network of elder-care
programs, many of which are
community-based nonprofit
organizations created by)
people who. care deeply f6r
elders. Fortunately, the new
federal budget reconciliation
act creates broad, flexible
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Works of serious purpose
and grand promises often
have a purple patch or two
stitched on to shine far
and wide.
-Horace


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


(904)
964-5764


Union County High School 12'thgrade straight A's were (I-r) Jill Peacock, Jessica
Lane, Courtney Floyd and Lacey Johnson. Not pictured: Austin Emery, Jenna
Handley, Jennifer Lake and Holly Reed.


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


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Lake Butler Woman's Club
will have a luncheon on
Friday, April 21, from 11:30
a.m. until I p.m. at the
clubhouse.
The suggested donation of $5
will benefit the Woman's Club
scholarship program.
The public is invited.


Brooker First
Community
host gospel
sing
First Community Church of
Brooker will host a gospel sing
on Saturday, April 15, at, 7-
p.m., featuring the Yeomans
family from Georgia.
The public is invited.
For more information, call
George Dyle at (386) 496-
2805.


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Lake Butler Middle School Positive Tigers from fifth grade for March were (I-r) Stacy
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Williams and Ryan Debarge. Not pictured: Vanessa Love and Emily Akridge.


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Lake Butler Middle School Positive Tigers from sixth grade for March were Jordane
Spitze, Tabreall Slocum, Eric Williams, Alex Morheau and Laura Watson.


Lake Butler Middle' School Positive Tigers from eighth grade for march were William
Arrowood, Leland Crawford, Roy Trowell, Corey Darr, Allison Southwell, Taylor
Chastain and Adrianna Chavarria.


Lake Butler Middle School Positive Tigers from seventhgrade for March were Emilio-
Fritz, Jennifer Glenn and Megan Mobley. Not pictured: Robert Harden.


Deadline to
register for
pageant
changed
Anyone between the ages
of infant to 18 years of age
is invited to participate in a
pageant that %kill benefit
victims of the Jan. 25 bus
accident. The pageant v.ll
take place on Thursda),
April 20 at 7 p.m. It will
take place at the Lake ,Buflet.
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'
13 and applications can be
picked up at The Rag Patch
-in Lake Butler. All proceeds
\vill go to the accident
victims. For more,
information, call (386) 867-
0305 or t3861496-1207.


Class of 1996
plans reunion
The Union 'County High
School Class of 1996 is
planning its 10 ear reunion.
If you are interested: in
helping or 'know how to
contact an. member of the
class, you are .aked to
contact Karrie Hersey


Patrick at (386) 496-0614 or
Courtnie Davison Douglas
at (386) 496-3326. You can
also e-mail
uchsclassofl996@aol.com .

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


We are all sculptors and
painters, and our material
is our own flesh and blood.,
and bones. Ariy nobleness
begins at once to refine a
nian's features, and any,
meanness or sensuality to
'imbrute them.
-Henry David Thoreau


Brannen
family reunion
to take place
Descendants of Benjamin
and Tempa Brannen are
invited to a family reunion
to be held Saturday, April
22, at the Mount Zion
Church in Lake Butler,
beginning at noon. Guests
are-asked to bring a-covered
dish. Plates, cups,
silverware, napkins and ice
will be furnished..


Voluntary
Summer Pre-K
program
offered
Any child who is entering
Kindergarten in August
2006 is eligible to. attend the
Summer Voluntary Pre-K
program at Lake Butler
Elementary\ School. For
more information, call Trlsh
Ranard at (3861 -96-3047.


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


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 placeat
the Marjorie Driggers
Museum located inside the
Townsend' Buiding on'
.Main. St. in Lake Butler:.
For. more information, call
:(386) 496-3044.'


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Section B: Thursday, April 13, 2006






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




Fun on tap at April 22-23 Strawberry Festival


BY MARCIA MILLER
Telegraph Staff Writer
Downtown Starke will play
host to the annual Bradford
County Strawberry Festival
Saturday and Sunday, April
22-23.
On Saturday, festival hours
are from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Sunday hours are from 9 a.m.
to 5 p.m.
Music, food, shopping and
fun will be available
throughout the festival. Kim
Skidmore, Main Street Starke
representative, said the event
has been promoted throughout
the area, including LaJke City,
Ocala, Gainesville,
Jacksonville and St.
Augustine.
"We have vendors coming
from all over, even as far away
as Illinois," she said. "We have
all sorts of vendors of unique
arts and crafts.".
One vendor who came all
the way from Alabama last
year will be back this year to
sell wooden benches and yard
signs. He was very pleased
with the festival last year and
made a point to come back,
said Skidmore.
A number of local vendors
will also have arts and crafts
on display during the festival.
There are still a few booths
available. A 10'-by-10' booth,
space costs $85.60. Vendors
provide their own tables and
tents. Call (904) 964-5.278 for
more information.
Festival booths will occupy
Call, Walnut and Tfiompson
streets in Starke. The stage will
be set up on Call Street in front
of the Santa Fe Community
College Andrews Center.
Music is scheduled for all
day both days and will begin


with Maria Stephenson, the
Salsa Queen, on stage from 10-
10:30 a.m. Saturday.
The acoustic rock of
. Seruncie will be featured at
10:30 a.m. and a karaoke
contest will take place at 1 1:30
a.m.
Contemporary Christian
music will be presented by
Creature at 1 p.m. ,and Ted
McMullen .will provide a
tribute to Elvis at 2 p.m.
Pickin' and grinnin' will be
provided by the Blueshades of
Grass at 3 p.m. and, Steel
Country will be. featured
during the street dance
beginning at 6 p.m.
On Sunday, old-time
country music will be
presented by Glen Snow and
the Snowmen at 11 a.m.
Common Thread will perform
a bluegrass show at 2 p.m.
John McMillan and Stephen
Baker will provide acoustic
guitar music and popular
favorites at 3 p.m.
"We have gospel, rock,
country... something- for
everyone," said Skidmore.
A feature on Sunday will be
the car show,that will include
everything from muscle cars,
to racing vehicles, to antiques.
The car show will last from 10
a.m. to 2 p.m. Sunday.
Trophies will be awarded for
the best entries in 20
categories.
Antique Model As will share
the spotlight with tricked out
trucks, race cars and vehicles
-like the Smith Brothers' 1937
Ford Coupe and 1961 Chevy
Belair.
"We've promoted the car
show as far away as Daytona,
so we should have some really
nice entries for people to look


at," said Skidmore.
A special kids area will
include an animal encounter,
bumper boats, rides and rock
wall for climbing.
..Of course, there will be
plenty of stra-wberries.
Norman's, Wainwright's and
King's Country growers will
all have mountains of delicious
red berries. "I'm told it's been
a great crop this year," said
Skidmore, "I know they're
delicious."
If you prefer your
strawberries prepared, there
will be plenty of people selling
strawberry-themed desserts of
all types.
Before you get to dessert,
however, dine on festival
favorites and specialities.
Barbecue, seafood and,Chinese
food will be on sale, along
with hamburgers, hotdogs,
pigs-on-sticks, etc.
The festival is sponsored by
Main Street Starke, the city of
Starke, the Starke Police
Department,. Downtown
Business and Community


Association, North Florida
Regional Chamber of
Commerce, Bradford County


Telegraph, WEAG, Boone
Waste, Wal-Mart, Ricky
Thompson and Tom Francis.


For more information, call
the chamber at (904) 964-
5278.


Blanding opens areas

closed since 2001


Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commissioners
recently approved a proposal to
reestablish hunting access to
the south portion of Camp
Blanding.
The area will open for the
2006-07 hunting season.
Camp Blanding Joint
Training Center and FWC
staffs developed the proposal to
open access to the portion of-
the post closed since Sept., Ii1,
2001. These lands, needed for
training exercises and tr6op
mobilization, were under tight
`security, prohibiting
recreational access.
C.amp Blanding Joint
Training Center is vital in
training support -for military
services and other
governmental agencies and
responding to state
emergencies. Recent Base
Realignment and Closure
Committee decisions make the
center more appealing for
training because of increased
competition for ranges and
maneuver -areas from other
installations.
Maj. Gen. Doug Burnett,
Florida National Guard adjutant
general, and Col. Benny
Nelson, tihe- center's
commander, remain committed
in their support of Floridians
while fulfilling federal and state
military missions.
"The Florida National Guard,
to include Camp Blanding
Joint Training Center, is a
co mm unity based
organization," Nelson said.
"Support of this proposal
reflects our intent to support
and assist our citizens while
maintaining, a focus on
satisfying the requirements
associated with our military
mission."
Camp Blanding remains on
heightened force' protection,
which makes it unacceptable
for the public and their
equipment-i.nc ludin g
dogs-to encroach on sensitive
areas, such as the artillery
impact area and cantonment
area;
"For this reason, Camp
Blanding and FWC staffs.
decided it was necessary. to
relocate the deer-dog hunting
area from its previous location
in order to reopen the south


post," said Roland Garcia,
director ,of FWC's North
Central Region:, based in Lake
City.
More than 3100 members of
the public provided input on
the proposal through letters, e-
,mails, telephone calls and
comment cards during a Feb. 7
open house in Green Cove
Springs.
"We have overwhelming
support for the proposal."
Garcia said. "This support was
highlighted at the open house
where 209 of the 212
participants gave their stamp of
approval.
"This change retains all of
the still-huntihg opportunities
available on the area, reinstates
deer-dog hunting, is acceptable
to FWC from a biological
perspective, is acceptable to
Camp Blanding from a security
perspective and reopens the
south post. We strongly
believe this change is in the
best interest of all concerned
parties, especially the hunting
community," Garcia said.
One change was prompted by
comments received at the open
house.
"The deer-dog hunting area
will not carry the 'three-point'
rule that exists on the wildlife
management area," Garcia said.
"Deer-dog hunters will be able
to harvest deer with at least one
antler 5 inches or more. in
length."
Changes. to the Camp
Blanding Wildlife Management
Area effective July i include:'
Moves deer-dog hunting
north of state Route 16.
Establishes two nine-day
quota hunts for deer-dog
hunting on the north post.
Moves still' hunting
opportunities south of state
Route 16, including archery
and muzzle loading gun quota
hunts.
Establishes a quota o,f 350
for the two archery hunts on
the south post.' .
Closes portions of the old
walk-in area adjacent to' the
artillery impact area because of
new and more restrictive
military regulations regarding
buffer areas surrounding impact
areas. The remaining walk-in
area is incorporated into the
new still hunt area.


One must pass through the circumference of time before-
arriving in the center of opportunity.
-Baltasar Gracian


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Page 2B TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR--B-SECTION April 13, 2006


CRIME


Byrd arrested
for store
robbery
A second suspect has been
arrested in the Valentine's Day
robbery of Delta Food store on
East Brownlee Street in Starke.
Tremaine Byrd, 19, of Starke
was in a group of men that
police attempted to question
April 5. The group fled, but
Byrd was apprehended and
questioned by Investigator
Kevin Mueller.
Byrd admitted to being with
Timothy Delancei Bass and
being the one with a knife
when the two entered the store
Feb. 14.
After stealing an undisclosed
amount of money, the two men
Sfled the scene, -Sgt. Mueller
said.
Bass was arrested Feb. 22 at a
local motel and charged with
robbery with a gun.
Byrd was charged with
robbery with a deadly weapon,
grand theft and resisting
without, violence. A new charge
of burglary, to structure was
added by Patrolman Paul King.
Byrd remains in custody under
-. a$100,600 bond. -

Two Clay men-
arrested for
theft in
Starke
| T'o. Keystone Heights men
:yere arrested April 9 in !Starke
for stealing and attempting to
elude police.
IJohn Patrick Reeve Jr., 22,-
ahd carter Dean Heuton, $3, are
charged with entering Wal-Mart
just .efore midnight' where they
bIoke ino a glass case and stole
six [car stereos valued at
$11,385.86, according to Sgt.
Bob Melton. They also
removed .11 DVDs valued at
$123 anid two spark. plugs
valued at $5.94, before leaving
the store: without paying for the
nierchandise, Sgt. Melton said.
,When officers attempted to
make contact with the suspects
in the parking lot; they fled
southbound in the northbound
lane of -U.S. 301, going into
private 'yards and, damaging
property Sgt. Melton said.
Reeve ;with his 1987 Dodge
van attempted to ram Patrolman
J. W. Hdoper in his patrol car
before stopping at Davis
Trucking and fleeing on' foot.
Heuton was found hiding under
a fuel tank, Sgt. Melton said.
Reeve was charged with
criminal mischief, felony retail
theft; aggravated
fleeing/attempting to elude and
aggravated assault on law
enforcement officer. Bond on
the charges was set at $30,000.
Heuton was charged with
felony retail theft and resisting
art officer without violence. A
$ 10,000 surety bond was posted
for his release from custody.

UOnion man '
faces theft,
drug charges
A :20-year-old Lake Butler
man faces multiple drug charges
after !he vas found in' a stolen
car April 4. i
Justin Shumond Johnson was
the driver of a 2000 Honda


Accord that had been reported
stolen on April 2, according to
Union Deputy Kevin Dice.
During a search of Johnson
and the Honda, the deputy found
a small bag containing cocaine
residue, 30 to 40 bags used to
sell/distribute drugs, a small
quantity of marijuana and two
straw stems, used for snorting
cocaine, with residue.
Johnson was charged with
grand theft, possession of a
controlled substance,
possession of marijuana and
possession of drug
paraphernalia, Deputy Dice
said.

Starke man
arrested for
stalking
A 32-year-old correctional
officer was arrested April 8 for
threatening the victim with
bodily harm.
Matthew W. Barber .was
charged with repeatedly
harassing the victim by calling
her and threatening to kill her,
according to Sgt.. Robert
Melton. Eighteen recorded
messages of. Barber- using
-profariityand stating he was
going to kill her led to his
arrest for aggravated stalking,
Sgt. Melton said.
Barber was additionally
charged with possession of
cocaine when powder cocaine
was found by the officer. Bond
on the: charges was set at
$30,000. .

Stealing tree
gets man
arrested
A 30-year-old Lake Butler
man was arrested April 8 for:
stealing, a Little Jim Magnolia
tree.
Adonis Duenas was seen at0
3:35 a.m. by Florida Highway
Patrol Corporal Jessie Stalnaker
as he used his truck to pull the
12-foot tree from the ground at
the Plantations of Providence
subdivision, according to
Deputy Donnie Jones,
The owner of the tree stated:
the nylon strap, used to secure
the tree. had'damaged the tree,
trunk. and the rree was useless.
Deputy Jones said. ..
The tree was valued at $420.
Duenas was charged with


criminal mischief, grand theft
and trespassing, Deputy Jones
said.

Two more
charged with
growing pot
STwo. ...additional- individuals
have been charged with growing
marijuana on Spring Lake Road
in Keystone Heights.
Keith Andrew Leonard, 18,
and Kyle Michael Leonard were
arrested April 4 for cultivating
marijuana, according to
Investigator Dale Cray.
Deputies found marijuana
plants at the home next door to
a March 25 fire that burned a
barn, plants ..and.. equipment,
Investigator Cray said, The
plants, ranging from four
inches to over a foot tall, were
found in the bedroom and living
room, Investigator Cray said.
Nathan Bernard Dom Pierre, 18,
was arrested last week on the
charge. The three apparently
live together in the house.
The fire spread to the barn
from a bonfire that was not
extinguished, Investigator Cray
said. Damage was estimated at
$30,000.
Keith Leonard was also
charged with leaving an
unattended recreational fire,
.Investigator Cray said.

Teens
chargedS
with criminal
misC0hief'60.
Two teens were arrested April
10 for criminal mischief at the
Union County Health
Department.
The 17-year-old males were
skateboarding, using a health
department sign that had been
torn down. Deputy Mac Johns
said. An aluminum garbage can
was smashed-as a result of the
teens jumping it with the.
skateboards. Deputy Johns said
.The two admitted to
destroying the can, but stated
the sign was torn down and on
the ground when they arrived.
They did admit to using, the
sign as a ramp, Deputy Johns
said.
After booking, the teens were
released to a parent


Arrests made
in undercover
operation
Twelve contractors were
arrested April 11 in Clay or St.
Johns counties for their
involvement in Operation
Monkey Wrench or Operation
Handy Man.
The sheriffs, building
department and the state
department of business and
professional regulations
conducted a joint investigation
into contractors operating
without certification.
Detectives contacted nearly 50
unlicensed contractors in
northeast Florida. The
contractors conducted false
advertising and misled clients.
about permits.'; Some! of these
target contractors then went to
designated residences within the
two counties, agreed to perform
various stages of construction
work at the locations and
provided -written or verbal
estimates. Estimates varied
greatly, from $15,000 to
$200,000. -
Arrested in Keystone Heights
were Ronald L. David, 66, and
John R. Truesdell, 47.

One injured
in crash near
Keystone
One of the drivers of a head-
on crash remains hospitalized.
Cameron .Brooks Adams. 17,.
of Keystone Heights %as
airlifted to Shands Uni\ersity otf
Florida April 8, according to
Deputy M.J. Magish. Adams'
condition, as of press time, was
listed as fair.. : -,
Adams, driving a 1995
Chevrolet pickup, was
%westbound on S.R 100 four
miles east of Keystone Heights
just after midnight. A 2001
Chr\sler. driven by Brennan
David Clance, was eastbound,
Deputy Magish said. Adams'
pickup crossed the center line,
striking the Chrysler's left
front. The pickup slid off the
north side of the roadway.
entered a ditch and flipped two
or three times. Deputy Magish
said. Adams was ejected from
.the vehiclee
Clance. 18. sustained no
injuries. Deputy Magish said.


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Charges are pending blood-
alcohol results.
Total damages were estimated
at $21,000.

Recent
arrests
in Bradford,
Clay or Union
. The following individuals
were arrested recently by local
law enforcement officers in
Bradford, Clay (Keystone
Heights area) or Union County:
Kevin Wade Lewis, 19, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
April 5 by Clay Deputy Renee
Scucci on a warrant for capital
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under the age of 12. The
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month period in 2005. Bond
was set at $500,003.
Minnie Sylvester, 20, and
Laronda Ellis, 19, both of


Starke, were arrested April 5 by
Starke Patrolman William
Murray for aggravated battery.
The two were involved in a
fight at an apartment complex.
Ellis, armed with a knife,
attempted to cut Sylvester but
was cut in the attempt,.
Patrolman Murray said. Ellis
was additionally charged with
aggravated assault. She was:
released after a $15,000 surety
bond was posted. Sylvester was!
released after a $10,000 surety
bond was posted.

Stacy Lashandra Roberts, 27,
of Starke was arrested April 8
by Starke Patrolman J.W.
Hooper for aggravated battery.
Roberts is charged with striking,
the victim in the chest. The.,
victim is four months pregnant,
Patrolman Hooper said. Roberts
was released after a $10,000
surety bond was posted.

Joshua Harvey Hutchinson,
18, of Melrose was arrested
April 10 by Patrolman Hooper
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CRIME


Tamara Sanford


Starke
woman
charged with
stealing
A sworn complaint charging a
Starke woman with grand theft
was filed last week.
Records revealed money was
missing from Handi House
where Tamara Gaudette Sanford
was employed, according to
Investigator Kevin Mueller. An
employee for two years,
Sanford confessed to stealing an
estimated $5,000 in cash from
the office during a six-month
period.
Sanford has been a suspect in'
thefts at other businesses where
she was employed, but she has
never been charged, Investigator
Mueller said.

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

Larry Oliver Brooks, 52, of
Starke was arrested April 9 by
Bradford Deputy Aaron Black
for domestic battery. Brooks is
charged with hitting the victim
in the mouth and pulling her
hair during an argument. The
victim stated she was afraid .of
him "when he's drunk," Deputy,
Black said. .

Christina M. Jones, 25, of
Starke was arrested April 9 by
Bradford Deputy David Young
for domestic battery on person
65r r older. Jones is charged
with grabbing the victim during
an argument over a beer,
Deputy Jones said. She also
hurt the victim by pushing her
against the wall.

Jimmie Lowvonzer Tyson Jr.,
28, of Starke was arrested April
7 by Bradford Deputy Lee:
Garnto on a warrant for.
'possession, sale, delivery of
cocaine and public nuisance.
Tyson "sold approximately .8
grams of crack cocaine to' a
confidential source for $40 on,
Jan. 26. Total bond was set at
$200,000 .


Jacqueline Newman Canipe,
37, of Starke was arrested April
3 by Patrolman Hooper for
retail theft and possession of
prescription medication without
prescription. Canipe is cAarged
with removing 20 items from
packaging in Winn Dixie and
attempting to leave without
paying for the merchandise
valued at $97.83, Patrolman
Hooper said. The packaging
was found in the bathroom
trash. In her possession were 14
various prescription
medications, including Xanex
and Loritab, Patrolman Hooper
said. Bond was set at $20,000.

Willie Robinson Jr., 33, of
Lake Butler was arrested April 8
by Union Deputy Mindy
Goodwin for battery. Robinson
is charged with fighting with
the victim, who apparently was
leaving with another man,
Deputy Goodwin said. He had
been drinking.
Bobby Kelly, 52, of Lawtey
was arrested April 3 by Starke
Sgt. Robert Melton for retail
theft. Kelly was questioned
when the alarm sounded as he
was leaving Winn Dixie. Kelly
had not paid for soap and lotion
found in his pocket. A $1,000
surety bond was posted for his
release from custody.
Kenneth Alton Pye, 21, of
Waldo was arrested April 8 by
Bradford Deputy Joseph Jones
for theft. Pye is charged with
taking a cell phone off the
booking desk as he was leaving
the jail. The phone was found
in his pants, Deputy Jones said.

Menietha Patricia McGregor,
37, of Starke was arrested April
5 by .Starke Patrolman Paul
King for. possession of drug
paraphernalia. McGregor was a
passenger in a vehicle that was
traffic stopped. She was charged
on a warrant with failure to
appear petit theft and when a
crack pipe was found on her,
she. 'was charged with
possession. Total bond was set
at $5,000. ,.

Tommy Johnson, 56, of
Starke was arrested April 6 by
Starke Patrolman Jason Crosby
for disorderly intoxication
Johnson was interfering with
traffic' on S.R. 16 at 'Grand
Street, ,Patrolm'ni Crosby said
Bonid \\as set at $ 1 ,


Johnny Everett George, 41, of
Lake Butler was arrested April 7
by Deputy Goodwin for
trespassing and resisting an
officer with violence. George
was found in the hospital
lobby. The hospital had given
him a trespass warning several
months ago. George refused to
leave the premises and refused
to place his hands behind his
back when he was told he was
under arrest, Deputy Goodwin
said. He complied after a Taser
was used. Sgt. Raymond
Shuford assisted in the arrest.
Thomas Wilkins, 58, of
Middleburg was arrested April 6
by Bradford Investigator M.L.
McKenzie for possession of
controlled substance and drug
paraphernalia. He was released
from custody after a $35,000
surety bond was posted.
A 17-year-old Starke female
was arrested April 7 by Union
Deputy Daniel Williams for
battery and resisting arrest
without violence. She was at
Family Dollar in Lake Butler,
where she was wanted for
questioning in a recent retail
theft case. The teen refused to
give her name and started
striking one of the 'deputies
while cussing at him, Deputy
Williams said. She complied
after being threatened by the use
of a Taser. A 15-year-old was
also identified as being involved
in the recent petit theft, Deputy
Williams said.

John Wesley Rogers, 45, of
Live Oak was arrested April 5
by Union Deputy Ken Smith
for trespassing at Southwest
43rd Place. Rogers was given a
trespass order earlier for that
residence, Deputy Smith said.
Florence Keye, 25, of Starke
was arrested April 4 by Starke
Patrolman Stephen Murphy for
trespass after warning. Keye
was released' after a $1,000
surety bond was posted.

Terri Wade, 46, of Starke was
arrested April 4 by Bradford
Deputy: Josh Luke for battery.
A $1,000 surety, bond' was
posted for Wade's release from
custody.
Terrell Warren, 25, of Starke
was arrested April 5 by Starke
Patrolman .David Bukowski for,
possession of cannabis and


trespassing. Bond was set at
$2,000.
Lee Ringo, 27, of Hawthorne
was arrested April 3 by Bradford
Deputy Sheri Mann for Putnam
County on a warrant for failure
to appear possession of drug
paraphernalia. A $1,004 surety
bond was posted for Ringo's
release from custody.

James Bowman, 38, of
Lawtey was arrested April 4 by
Bradford Sgt. George Konkel on
a warrant from Putnam for
failure to appear possession of
drug paraphernalia. He was
transported to Putnam.

John Watterson, 47, of Starke
was arrested April 4 by Starke
Patrolman Jessie Small for
violation of probation
possession of cocaine.
Shaunte Hyman, 18, of Lake
Butler was arrested April 6 by
Union Sheriff Jerry Whitehead.
Bond was set at $2,500.
Justin Bryon Creamer, 29, of
Callahan was arrested April 5
by Union Lt. H.M. Tomlinson
on a writ of bodily attachment.
He may purge by paying
$2,160.


paraphernalia. A $4,000 surety
bond was posted for his release
from custody.
Willie Perry, 19, of Starke
was arrested April 6 by Bradford
Deputy Jason. Clark for
violation of probation fleeing
and eluding. He was released on
his own recognizance by Judge
David Giant.

Tyrone Holton, 36, of
Sanderson was arrested April 6
by Starke Patrolman Mark
Lowery on a Columbia warrant
for violation of probation. A
$3,000 cash bond was posted
for his release from custody.

Curtis Baker, 59, of Lake
City was arrested April 6 by
Bradford Deputy David
Thompson for failure to appear
defrauding innkeeper. Bond was
set at $2,000. The case was
dismissed by Judge Johnny
Hobbs.

Barbara Whitfield, 30, of
Starke was arrested April 3 by
probation officers for violation
of probation fraudulent use of
credit card.

Jack Courson, 54, of
Keystone Heights was arrested


April 8 by Clay deputies on
warrants for felony felony
worthless checks.
Lillian McGee, 51, of
Melrose'was arrested April 4 by
probation officers for violation
of probation.
Paul Paulk, 49, of Keystone
Heights was arrested April 7 by
Clay deputies on warrants for
leaving the scene of an accident
with damages and reckless
driving.


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Editorial/Opinion
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Thyrsdav. Anril 13. 2006 Paae 4B YOrIn uwanttopav their fair sh


(This is the third in a series of
articles on the history of Raiford.)
When Judge James M. Peeler asked
the foreman if the jury had reached a
-decision, he replied, "It has, your
honor. We find the defendant guilty as
charged."
These words sealed the fate of
former Raiford Mayor Ben Andrews,
tried in Duval County Court for the
maTislaughter of Union County
resident, Earl Brady Dyal, Oct. 8,
1928.
Judge Peeler handed down a
sentence of six years in prison.
Andrews admitted that "I may have
-shot-Dyal, and if so, I have killed my
best friend."
Although Dyal was living in Duval
-County when he was killed, he had
grown up in Raiford, a boyhood
companion of Andrews'. No motive
was given for the fatal altercation.
While this encounter transpired
outside Raiford, it was part of the
Raiford scenario in that era, when
disputes were often settled between
individuals rather than in the courts. Ito
isn't to say--th-at-aiford "was worse
than other communities, but it is a
commentary on life in the rural South
in that period.
Was Andrews' propensity to resort
to a gun for settling disputes a family,
characteristic? Fifteen years earlier,
his brother, Will Andrews, shot and
killed Bradford County Sheriff'
Langford (that was before the county
was divided in 1921). Will Andrewss
was later killed.


A. month after Dyal was killed
another man was killed at Sapp
Station, near Ellerbee Curve, by a
family member. Sapp Station was
probably a turpentine still, like the
ones that existed in many small
communities, about three miles north
of Raiford.
Two men were involved in the Nov.
16 shooting, William E. Davis of the
Sapp community and Dan Manning
of the. Manning community. Their
familial relationship was rather
unusual. Davis was both the father-in-
law and brother-in-law of Manning.
Davis and his wife went to
Manning's home to pick up Manning's
wife, who was ill, and took her to
their home in Sapp to nurse her back
to health. .
When Manning returned home and
found his wife missing; he went to the
Davis home to retrieve her. 'An
argument and fight ensued between
the. two men, and Manning shot and
killed Davis.
Davis and his first wife, Cassia, had
-a--daughter who married Manning,
creating the father-in-law
relationship. Cassia died and Davis
married Manning's sister, thus Davis
became brother-in-law to his son-in-
law.
In another Raiford incident, two
men who were first cousins were
killed in a -family squabble. We'14
review that case in another article on
settling disputes the hard way.
By Buster Rahn,
Telegraph Editorialist


LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

Bohannon
Ranch rider A horse, by design, is a land or path. The law requires
blues nervous cautious animal. you to exercise due care when
blues Given their massive girth and approaching a horse: being
Dear Editor: noted unpredictability, many ridden or led. You must drive at
- Along the Lawtey roadways, people don't understand the a reasonable speed, a reasonable
horseback riders can be seen at power of an 1,100 pound horse distance, and never sound your
any time of the day. under a rider and are often horn.
On March 29, my husband, confused as to what to do when Myf recovery is due to the
Herb. and 1 were taking a they see one. Horses are prey grace of God and the fast
Sunday afternoon ride, animals, not predators, and emergency response by the
finishing the last leg down therefore the\ are scared of the 'Lawtey Volunteer Fire
S.R. 225 when a disastrous. smallest and silliest things. Department. Fire Chief Mike
event occurred. I was seriously particularly those things that Brown and his men, Kenny
injured when a tour bus was sneak up on them Warren. Brandon Thornton and
being friendly by blowing the Incidents arise from people Ryan Robertson, combined
air horn to say hello to us misunderstanding how horses highly trained skills and
during our horseback ride. perceive the world. As a result. professionalism with personal
My horse, Amadeus. became public awareness of this critical attention and caring attitude and
reactionary to this threatening nature better ensures prevention provided me with excellent,
situation _with-panic and- flight. 'of injuries and/or fatalities. emergency services prior to
I was unable to remain on my Horseback riders are subject' being transported via Bradford
frightened horse and was to and protected by, the rules of County Rescue Squad to
thrown to the ground fracturing the road. Shands Hospital for further
my hip and lower back with ,. They must ride single file treatment.
the weight of Amadeus near the right curb or road edge. : Herb and Helen Bohantnon
compressing on my left leg. or on a usable right shoulder, Lawtey


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Commission to, issue a.


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fi hi ,. i
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The jury said:

Guilty as charged


the city
a just a
did not
? ra?


If I owe more money, please
let me know, because the city
council never informed me that
I owed more.
Do not blame all citizens of
Woithington Springs. Let's


find out who has not paid their
taxes. It makes the rest of the
citizens look like deadbeat
taxpayers.
If those of you who do not
want to pay your fair share of
your taxes, sell your property.
Do not burden others with it.
Ann Bevilacqua
Worthington Springs


citizens
getting a free
ride?
Dear Editor:'
I am reading the article about
Worthington Springs citizens
getting a free ride without
paying the special assessment
of $24,000.
I am pondering how this
could be. I not only collect
sales tax, but I paid my taxes.
If I owe more than what the
property appraiser had mailed
me, I would like to know so I
can cut him a check.
Personally, I do not think
the citizens of Worthington
Springs have been getting a
"free ride" on anything. All
annexed property owners pay
city taxes on communications,
and electricity and propane and
anything else the council
deems necessary to raise
revenue. They have been given
free.reign ... and some, to their
own personal benefit.
Unfortunately, the-city of
Worthington Springs cannot
.. raise anything to support itself
even with all the "free rides"
it's been handed.
If and until the Worthington
Springs City Council does
more for the citizens than just
act as a self-serving council,
it will be stuck in the
"poverty" mode it is
in-indefinitely.
I was on the city council a
few years back and had some
great ideas for revenue. I was
. .turneddown .because my-ideas-
were out of line (i.e., "art in
the park," charging people to
camp at the park).
With all the moneN that was
spent (in grants) on the "water-
park," it seemed no one had
any idea how to be a little city
with "big town" ideas .for
revenue.
After reading that the citizens
did not pay .their special.
assessment. I am shocked..
I had no idea that the citizens
were not up to speed.


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OBITUARIES j |


Graham Coolidge
STARKE Graham Eric
Coolidge, 62, of Starke died
T-hursday, April 6, 2006, at
Shands at Alachua General
Hospital in Gainesville.
Born in Marlborough, Mass.,
Mr. Coolidge;. served in the U.S.
Navy as a parachute rigger-and in
search and rescue, retiring in
1980. He also was a truck driver
for Raven Transport.
Mr. Coolidge is survived by:
his wife, Karin Coolidge of
*Starke; a daughter, Cassie
Coolidge, of Starke; and a sister,
Susie Coolidge of Blue Hill,
Maine.
Funeral services for Mr.
Coolidge were April 10, 2006, at
Madison Street Baptist Church
with the Rev. Jeff Stockdale
officiating. Cremation followed
under the care of Archie Tanner
Funeral Home of Starke.

Kirk Dekle
SYLVANIA, GA. Kirk Proctor
Dekle, 9, of Sylvania, Ga., died
Thursday, March 30, 2006, at
Baptist-Village Nursing Home in
Waycross.
Born in Lake Butler, Mr. Dekle
was a member of First Baptist
Church in Waycross. He retired
from the maintenance department'
at Georgia Southern University.
Mr. Dekle is survived by: two
daughters, Kathrynr-Reese of
Sylvania and Joyce McGahee of
Midway; three grandchildren, six
great-grandchildren-and 13 great-
great-grandchildren. He was
preceded in death by his wife,
Mabel Catherine O'Berry Dekle.
Funeral services for Mr. Dekle
were April 1, 2006, in
Thom pson-Strick lan d-Waters
Funeral Home Chapel with the
Rev. Lonnie Norris officiating.
Interment followed in Forest
Lawn Cemetery in Savannah with
the Rev. J.G. Wright officiating.'
Memorial contributions may
be made to Baptist Village, 2650
-Carswell Ave., Waycross, GA
31503.

Ella French
STARKE Ella Mae Woods
French, 66, of Starke died
Thursday, April. 6, 2006, at her
residence in Starke following a-
,brief illness.
Born in Sylvester, Ga., on
Dec. 22, 1939, Mrs. French
moved to Starke from Alachua.
She was a homemaker and was of
the Christian faith.
Mrs. French is survived b.:
her-husband, Henry Peter French
of Starke: four daughters. Linda
Robinson of %nest Gainesville.
Sennitha Woods Morris, Sharon
Woods an0-Barbara-\ oods, all of.
Star'ke; there ons. Jaiimne'',
Woods, Charles Woods, both of
Starke, and Joseph Woods of
Tampa; two sisters; five
brothers: 10 grandchildren and
six great-grandchildren.
Funeral services for Mrs.
French w ill be held on Saturday,
April 15, 2006, at 11 a.m., in
the Church of God by Faith in
Starke with Elder James E.
McKnight, pastor, and the Re\.
Alvin Green. eulogist. Interment
will follow in Oddfellow
Cemetery under the care of Haile
Funeral Home of Starke.
Family visitation will be at
the funeral home on Friday, April
-.14, 2006, 4-5 p.m.; friends, 5-8'
p.m.: and one-hour prior to the
service. The family will meet at
-the home of Henrv French, 1126
N. Pine St. in Starke at 10:30
a.m. to form the cortege.

Paul Goodnow
MELROSE Paul Warren
Goodnow, 71. of- Melrose died
Wednesday, April 5, 2006, at
Shands Starke.
Born in Syracuse, N.Y., Mr.
Goodnow moved to Melrose six
years agp from Ormond Beach.
He was owner/operator of a
stump grinding business. He was
of the Catholic faith.
Mr. Goodnow is survived by:. a
daughter, Tami Balamut of.
Melrose; three-sisters; and four .
- grandchildren.
Services are under the care of
Morning Funeral- Home of
Melrosei: -


Doris Hewett
STARKE Doris Delores
Helsabeck Hewett, 75, of Siarke
died Saturday, April 8, 2006, at
Windsor Manor Nursing Home.
Born in Newark, N.J, on July
30, 1929. Mrs. Hewett moved to
Kingsle. Lake in 1966 from
Jacksonville. She was a
homemaker and was of the
Baptist faith.
S Mrs. Hewet is. survived by: a
daughter, Susan' Watts 'of
Houston; a son, Dwight Hewett
of' Key Biscayne; and seven
Grandchildren. -
Memorial services for-Mrs.
Hewett w ill be held at a later date. -
Arrangements are under the care
of Jones Funeral Home of Starke.


Walter Hewitt'
STARKE Walter Joseph
"Woody" Hewitt, 64, of Starke"'
died Thursday, April 6, 2006, at
his residence following a brief
illness.,
Born in Patterson, N..J;, on
Sept. 12, 1941, Mr. Hewitt
moved .to.Sarke in 1989 from Ft.
Lauderdale. He was a member of
Bradford Baptist Church. He was
the owner/operator of Hewitt
Remodeling Co.


Mr. Hewitt is survived by: his
wife, Mary Hewitt of Starke; a
son, John Hewitt of Des Moines,
Iowa; a brother, Edward George
Hewitt of Northville, N.J two
step-daughters, Pam Dixon of
Orlando and Angie Townson of
Sylvester, Ga.; and several
grandchildren. He was preceded
in death by a son, Walter Hewitt.
Funeral services for Mr. Hewitt
were April- 2006, in the
DeWitt C. Jones Chapel in
Starke with the Rev. Rick
Jackson conducting the services.
Interment followed in Crosby
Lake Cemetery.

Alvin Howard
STARKE Alvin Brit '.'A.B."
Howard Sr., 84, of Starke died
Friday, April 7, 2006, at Shands
at the University of Florida
following a brief illness.
Born in Brooker on Feb. 14,
1922, Mr. Howard was a lifelong
resident of Bradford County. He
was a member of First Baptist
Church of Starke. He served in
the United States Army during
World War 11 and retired as a lab
chemist from E.I. Dupont.,
Mr. Howard is survived by: his
wife of 62 years Katie Hodge
Howard of Starke; a daughter,
Kathy Crawford of Lawtey; two
sons, Michael Thomas Howard of
-Starke and Alvin Brit "Butch"
'Howard Jr: of Lawtey; a sister,
Marzie Kinchen of Melrose; two
brothers, R.C. Howard of
Brooker and Roy Howard of
Concord, N.H.;-six grandchildren
and 12 great-grandchildren.
Funeral services- for Mr.
Howard were April 10, 2006, in
the DeWitt C. Jones Chapel in
Starke with the Rev. Jamie Jones.
and the Rev. Donald. Kerce
conducting the services.
Interment followed in Rock
Primitive Baptist Church
Cemetery.

Debra Lee
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Debra
Ann Lee, 41, of Keystone
Heightsdied Tuesday, April 4,
2006, in Gainesville following
an extended illness.
Born in Middlesex, England,
Ms.. Lee lived most of her life in
Keystone Heights. She was of
the Baptist faith.
Ms. Lee is. survived by: her
father and step-mother. William
and Jolinda Lee of Keysione
Heights: her mother. Sandra
Baggott of England. a son.
Matthew Lee of Ke stone
Heights, a sister. C;nthia
\\ illitis of Bronson: and a step-
brother, Michael Lee of
..K o.Lo.n. Heights. .- -
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Arrangements are under the
care of Williams-Thomas Funeral
Home in Gainesville.

Mary Messer
FLEMING ISLAND Mary
Louise Harris Messer, 92, of
Fleming Island died Friday, April
7, 2006, at'the Terrace at
Fleming Island.
* Born Nov. I 1, 1913, in
Mississippi, Mrs. Messer moved
to Orange Mills in Putnam
County at an early age. After her
marriage, she moved to Palatka
where she was a foster parent for,
the Children's Home Society for
more than 25 years. She was a
homemaker and member of
'Ridgewood Baptist Church.
Mrs. Messer is survived by: a
daughter, Katherine Melton; a
son, Lee Messer; four sisters,
Inez, Dorothy, Hazel and
ChristinE; 13 grandchildren and
14 great-grandchildren. She was
preceded in death by her parents,
Doc and Lillie Harris; her
husband, Jesse Lee Messer; two
sons, Buddy Messer and Johnny
Messer; a grandson, Robbie
Messer; a great-grandson, Sean
Alan Stafford; a sister, Marie
Hendricks; and three brothers,
Henry Harris, Ed Harris and Gene
Harris.
Funeral services for Mrs.
Messer were April 11, 2006, in
Ridgewood Baptist Church in
Orange Park. Burial followed in
Jacksonville Memory Gardens
Cemetery under the care of Archie
Tanner Funeral Horne of Starke.

Tonda Moody
STARKE Tonda Jean Moody,
38, of -Starke died Thursday,
April 6, 2006, at her residence.
Born' in Gainesville, Ms.
Moody was a lifelong resident of
Starke. She was a homemaker.
Ms. Moody is survived, by:
two sons, David Collingsworth
and Tyler Collingsworth, both of
Starke; a daughter -Brittany
Collingsworth of Starke; her
mother, Jeanette Moody of
Starke; her father and step-
mot.hqr, James and Kristine
Moody of Ocala; a brother,
Buddy Moody of Ocala; and a
sister, Brenda Ferrell'of Eureka.
Memorial services. for Ms.
Moody were April 10, 2006, in
the 'Chapel of Archie Tanner
Funeral Home of Starke -.4th the
Re% Bill NichoI :ti Lijatirig
Delores Miller
PEMBROKE PINES Delores
Inez Knight Miller. 75. of
Pembroke Pines. former% of
Donalsonmille. Ga died Frida\.
April 7. 21i06. at her residence


Born in Brooker, on Feb. 6,
1931, to the late.Luke E. and
Gertrude "Gertie" Chesser
Knight, Mrs. Miller was a
homemaker and member of the
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter
Day Saints.
Mrs. Miller is survived by:
two sons, Bernard "Randy"-
Miller of Donalsonville, Ga.,
and Brent Miller of Atlanta; a
sister, Lillie Ann Johns of
Starke; and six grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by her
husband, Bernard Miller.
Funeral services for Mrs.
Miller were April 10, 2006, in
the Church of Jesus Christ of
Latter Day Saints in Bainbridge,
Ga. with Dr. Stan Webb
officiating. Burial followed in
Friendship Cemetery in
Donalsonville under the care of
Evans-Skipper Funeral Home of
Donalsonville.

Larry Tarter
STARKE Larry Tarter, 93, of
Starke died Monday, April 10,
2006, at Bradford Terrace
Nursing Home.
Born in Kentucky, Mr. Tarter
lived in Ohio before moving to
Starke 10 years ago. He retired
from Ford Motor Company and
was a member of First United
Pentecostal Church of Starke.
Mr. Tarter is survived by: a
daughter, Jackie Holloway of
Brunswick, Ga.; three
grandchildren and two great-
grandchildren. .
Graveside services for Mr.
Tarter will be held at 2 p.m. on
Thursday, April 13, 2006, at
Riverside Memorial Park in
Jacksonville. Interment will
follow under the care of Archie
Tanner Funeral Home of Starke.
The family will receive friends
Wednesday, April 12, 2006, at
the funeral home from 7-9 p.m.



Leon Thomas
STORM LAKE, IOWA Leon
Thomas died on Monday, April
3, 2006, at his residence in
Storm Lake, Iowa. He was a
former resident of Starke who
graduated in 1967 from RJE.
Mr. Thomas is survived by:
his wife, Rosa Thomas of Starke;
a son. Robert Bellamy; two
brothers, Leroy Thomas Jr. and
Alferd Thomas; a sister, Carolyn
Simmons: and grandchildren.
Memorial services for Leon
Thomas will be held on Saturday,
April 15. 2006. at II a.m., art
Allen Chapel ANME Church in
Starke. The Rev Dr. Shirle.'
Watson is pastor.


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Hazen celebrates 98th birthday


BY LINDSEY KIRKLAND
Telegraph Staff Writer
From a single Model T to
hundreds of cars on the road, a
former Bradford County
woman has seen plenty of new
things in her 97 years of life.
On Saturday, April 15,
Jettye Mae Hazen will see a
new addition to her birthday
cake: her 981 birthday candle.
Hazen is the mother.of Jack
Hazen, 74, of Brooker and
Mary Frances Hazen, 71, of
Jacksonville, who will be
throwing a special birthday
celebration for her from 4-6
p.m. at the Brooker
Community Center.
Hazen was actually born on
April 13, 1908, in Lacrosse,
into a family of eight brothers
and sisters.
She later met Ralph Hazen,
and was married on May 12,
1928. They moved to Brooker,
where Ralph was from, to live
on a farm.
While the men farmed, she
took care of the children and
the house, but her daughter
said, "She worked as hard as
the men did."
"She used to can
tomatoes... and put them up for
winter. We didn't have to buy
too many groceries."
* Times were not easy,
however, because the first year
of Ralph and Jettye Mae's
marriage was at the start of the
Great Depression.
Ralph died on June 3, 1951.
Hazen never remarried.
She had three children (Jack,
Mary Frances and Doyle, who


Come join the
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Mae Hazen
turns 98 today,
Thursday,
April 13. Her
birthday
celebration,
thrown by her
children, Jack
and Mary
Frances
Hazen, will be
Saturday, April
15, at the
Brooker
Community
Center from 4-
6 p.m.


is now deceased) to raise.
Mary Frances said her mom
loved her family, but didn't
mind giving them a
"whooping" -every once in a
.while if they needed it.
Eventually, she did have to
sell the farm to help care for
her children.
In 1958, 50-year-old Hazen
moved to Gainesville and took
secretarial classes. Before this
time, she only had an eighth-
grade education.
She became a secretary for
the Southern Farm Bureau
Insurance Company, where she
worked for approximately the
.next 30 years. All three of her
children were able to go to
college.
Since beginning with the


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company, Hazen has lived in
Gainesville. She still live
there today.
Mary Frances said her mom
"kept everybody fed while
they were farming," and she
still has this determination at
the age of 98.
Hazen has arthritis, but "she
doesn't let that stop her," Mary
Frances said.
Hazen and her daughter go
out to eat every Friday, and
they also like to go shopping
together,, which they just did
the other day.
The use of a walker and
sometimes a wheelchair does
not get in the way of Hazen

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going to church either.
Every first Sunday, Hazen
attends New Hope Primitive
Baptist Church in Brooker.
"She is still able to take a
few things," Mary Frances
said, but the "favorite" is egg
custard pies.
"She always takes two pies.
There is never any left."
Her daughter also said
Hazen likes to ride around
Brooker occasionally and see
how everything and everyone
has changed since she lived
there.
When she looks out-at her
old farm, however, she knows
who lives there.
Her son, Jack, bought back
all the original farm land she
had to sell when her husband
died.
"It reminds her of the old
times," Mary Frances said.
Saturday, Hazen will have
the chance to reminisce some
more at her birthday party and
share how things have changed
in the past 98 years.
"She's really looking
.forward to seeing people she
hasn't seen in a while," Mary
Frances said.-
Family, including seven
grandchildren, 15 great-'
grandchildren and


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Dear family and friends,
It is with deep gratitude that I offer
my heartfelt thanks for the love
shown to me during my
convalescence.
Your prayers, visits, food, flowers,
cards and phone calls are all
appreciated and Ifeel so blessed to
have such special people in my life.
* God is good-all the time and
I praise His name.
Sincerely and with love,
Betty Sapp


IN SERVICE
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Charles C. Hamilton has
arrived for duty at the Air Force
Services Headquarters, the
Pentagon, Washington, D.C.
Hamilton graduated in 1988
from Bradford High School and
received a bachelor's degree in
1999 from Texas State
University, San Marcos. He
earned a master's degree in
2005 from Florida International
University, Miami.


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grandchildren, and friends are
invited to share. their memories
with' Hazen.


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STARKE Laurie Jean Vickery,
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orn in Binghamton, N.Y.,
SMrs. Vickery moved to Starke 24
years ago and worked for Zachary
AConstruction at Dupont for eight
4; *" _.t ,"='!.years as a lab technician.
SMrs. 'Vickery is survived by:
Sheer husband, Ronnie Vickery of
Starke; a daughter, Connie Jan
Ill Farris of Lawtey; a son, William
Joseph "Billy", Vickery of
Starke; her mother, Betty Barton,
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one of three leagues: T-ball
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junior (9-12). The age
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The season begins Monday,:
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CRIME


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

Traffic
Keri Leanna Geiger, 19, of
Hampton was arrested April 10
by Patrolman Taebel for driving
under the influence (DUI). The
officer observed a Mitsubishi
run a stop sign at C.R. 221 and
C.R. 18. When the vehicle was
stopped, the driver, smelled...
faintly of an alcoholic beverage.
During questioning, her words
were slurred and she admitted to
drinking.. liquor at her
grandmother's house. She failed
field testing and was taken into
custody.
Kimberely Padgett, 25, of
Starke was arrested April 4 by
Florida Highway Patrol Trooper
Jason Berry for leaving the
scene of an accident with
damages, failure to appear fake
identification and on a bond
surrender. Total bond was set at
t35,500.
William Charles Rhoden, 18,
of Starke was arrested April 6
by Starke Patrolman Shawn
Brown for driving while license
suspended or revoked (DWLS)
knowingly and possession of
carinabis. He was released after
a $2,000 surety bond was
-posted.
Marcel. Henderson, 29, of-
Lawtey was arrested April 7 by
'Patrolman Hooper for no valid
driver's license (NV'DL). A
$500 surety bond was posted
for his release from custody.
Matthew Bond, 25, of
Gaines ille was arrested April 6
by Starke Sgt. Richard Crews
for DWLS. knowingly,
possession of. cannabis and
possession of ..drug
paraphernalia. Bond's vehicle
was stopped for a shattered
windshield. The K-9 alerted on
the vehicle, where the officer
found a crackipipe with residue.
Bppd was released from custody.
r a $30,000' cash bond was
posted.
William Sc6tt, ,24,-- of-.
Keystone Heights \as arrested
April 8 by Hampton Patrolman
A.J. Gibson for DWLS
knowingly and on a warrant
from Alachua for violation o.f
probation domestic battery.
bond was set at $1.000.


Eric Andrew Cowart, 29, of
Interlachen was arrested April 8
by Patrolman Taebel for DWLS
habitual traffic offender. A
$2,500 surety bond was hosted
for his release from custody.
David Manning, 21, of Starke
was arrested April 3 by Florida
Highway Patrol Trooper Peck
for DWLS. He was released
after a $500 surety bond was
posted. Manning was charged
by probation officers with
violation of probation.
Edwin Terrell Claudio, 29, of
Grandin was arrested April 9 by
Patrolman Taebel for DWLS
habitual. Claudio's pickup was
stopped for running a stop sign
at C.R. 221 and C.R. 18. The
driver 'eXited the vehicle- and
entered the passenger side while
the passenger assumed the
driver's position, Patrolman
Taebel said.
Chad M. Hoilman, 32, of
Starke was arrested April 9 by
Deputy Young for DWLS with
knowledge. Bond was set at
$500.
Hubert Berry, 42, of Starke
was arrested April. 5 by DOT
Officer Don Petry for DWLS.
A $500 surety bond was posted
for his release from custody.
Paul. Paulk, 23, of Keystone
Heights was arrested April 9 by
Clay deputies for DWLS.
Charity Sulier, 30, of
Melrose %as arrested April 4,by
Clay deputies for DWLS.
Derek Bolding, 26, of Waldo
was arrested April 4 by Clay
Deputy Leonard for failure to
appear violation of probation
NVDL. Bond was set at
$5,000.
Darlene Stafford, 30, of
Starke was arrested April 6 by
Patrolman King for failure to
return property and DUI. Surety
bonds totalling $9,000 were
posted for her release from
custody.
SJames Jamison, .36, of
Lawtey was arrested April 3 by
probation officers for violation
of probation felony DWLS.
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Justin 'Wilson. 22, of
Keystone Heights was arrested .
April 5 by Clay deputies for
violation of probation DWLS.
Rodney Singleton, 34. of
Gainesville was arrested April 3 .
by Starke Brown on a. warrant
from Marion County for
violation of probation DWLS.


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Divorces
granted
in Bradford
Marriages receiving final
dissolution in Bradford County
include the'following:

February
Jennifer Napier vs Kevin S.
Napier
Jessica Lee vs Michael Lee
Michael D. Williams vs
Carrie H. Williams
Ethan Fuquay vs Karen
Fuquay
Ronnie Huddleston vs Christa
Huddleston
Lytrivia Portis vs William
Portis
Stacy R. Hubbard vs
Anthony T. Hubbard
Kelly V. Loftis vs Myers A.
Woodruff
Eric C. Verunac vs Rhonda
M. Verunac
Timothy Jay Mann vs Jessica
Dawn Mann. /

January
Cynthia L. Duncan .vs
Timothy J. Duncan
Stephanie Wilson vs
Benjamin Wilson
Tonja L. Weeks vs Michael
S. Weeks
Misti D. Lanning vs James
A. Lanning
Richard Rising Jr. vs Yvonne
Rising
Angela Shaune Ward vs Peter
Raymond Ward.
-December
James Howard Groves vs
Susan K. Massey Groves
Jessica Wise vs Christopher
Wise
Charles Hendrix vs Sherrie
Hendrix
Joseph Reyes vs Mary G.


Reyes
Eileen Byid 's Richard Byrd
Doreen' Barron vs Victor
Barron
James Schoening vs Anita
Schoening
Laurel Harden vs Sabrina
Harden
Kenneth Anderson vs Rhoda
Anderson
Freddie Rhoden vs Gloria
Rhoden
William Brown vs Cynthia


Brown
Michael
Crawford.


Crawford vs Hazel


November
John G. Galvau vs Terri
Lynn Galvau
Frank L. Hill Sr. vs Yvette
L. Hill
Kevin Wayne Sykes vs
Nicole Marie Sykes
Darrick Page vs Sherry L.
Page
James R. Mann vs Linda J.
Mann
Cynthia D. Griffis vs James
D. Griffis
Christina M. Bertie vs
Michael E. Bertie
Lisa G. Newman vs Ronald
Newman Jr.
Melissa Swilley vs Shelton'
Swilley
Kelley Dyal vs Christy Dyal
James Johns vs Teresa Johns,
James Smith vs Andrea
Smith
William Moody vs Beverly
Moody.


Man guilty of
one charge,
not guilty DUI
Only one case made it to trial
in ,Circuit Court in Bradford
County the week of March 23.
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months Tri County Probation,
fined $205, make restitution
each count.
Brandon Shervon Dawson
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Bret Hines Jr. pled no contest
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possession of drug
paraphernalia; 12 months Tri
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community service work,
drug/alcohol evaluation, fined
$250.
Bo Pete Jeffery pled no
contest contributing to the
delinquency of a minor; 12
months Tri County Probation,
50 hours community service
work, fined $298.50.
Phyllis Collier Kennedy pled
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accident with property damage;
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fined $197.50.
Carlos Owens pled no contest
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County Probation, obtain valid.
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FROM THE COURTS:


COUrt finalS Wendy McMaster Pettit pled Daniel W. Bresee pled guilty Joan Burns Register pled no drug/alcohol evaluation, tined
no contest petit theft; 12 NVDL, leaving scene of contest possession of cannabis $205, sentenced to serve 90
in Bradford months Tri County Probation, accident involving property and DWLS; 12 months Tri days with 26 days credit.
Appiearing hblore Judc fined $271.25, attend and damage; six months Tri County Probation, Wilma J. Crosby pled no
Johnny R Hobhh i in afc complete Criminal Coggition County Prtionion, obtain valid drug/alcohol evaluation, obtain contest DWLS; 12 months Tri
misdemeanor court. the Intervention. license, fined $427.50. valid license, 50 hours County Probation, obtain valid
foIllowing defendants received Morris Tyree Stephens pled Steven Lang Feezell pled community service work, fined license, fined $297.50.
final disposition in their cases: no contest domestic battery; 12 guilty NVDL: six months Tri $197.50. Theodore Lyvete Pittman pled
months Tnri County Probation, County Probation, obtain valid Larron Jadaum Ross pled no no contest NVDL; six months
Feb. 28 sentenced to 21 days with three license, fined $355. contest allowing unauthorized Tri County Probation, obtain
days credit, fined $557, attend Robin Shirleen Hogue pled person to drive; fined $171.25. valid license, fined $297.50.
Arraignment and complete Batterer's no contest allowing Claudio Gonzalez Ruiz pled James Edward Tasker II pled
John McClellan pled no Intervention Program. unauthorized person to drive; guilty vehicle not registered; rio contest battery and
contest disorderly conduct; 12 Brad K. Porterfield pled no fined $197.50. fined $171.25. possession of cannabis; 12
months Tri County Probation, contest driving under the Beau Patrick Jackson pled David Richard Shaw pled no months Tri County Probation,
drug/alcohol evaluation, fined influence (DUI); 12 months guilty DWLS; six months Tri contest fishing by illegal drug/alcohol evaluation, Anger
.. $205- Tri County Probatin, County Probation, obtain valid method; fined $171.25. Management Counseling, no
drug/alcohol evaluation and license, fined $171.25. Raymond J. Strickland pled contact with victim, fined
Raj Patel pled no contest treatment if necessary, 50 Dale Ralph Johnson pled no no contest possession of drug $557.
disorderly intoxication; 12 hours community service contest violation of drivers paraphernalia; 12 months Tri Carolyn Padgett pled no
months Tri County Probation, work, license suspended for six license restrictions; fined County Probation, contest failure to properly
drug/alcohol evaluation, fined months, attend Advanced DUI $197.50. drug/alcohol evaluation, 50 dispose of fetal remains; six
$205, ordered to serve 22 days school. Anthony R. Leven pled no hours community service months Tri County Probation,
with 11 days credit. Richard Phillip Skelton Jr. contest NVDL; six months Tri work-, fined $197.50. mental ,health evaluation, fined
William White pled no pled no contest domestic County Probation, obtain valid $105.
contest DWLS; six months Tri battery; 12-months Tri County license, fined $407.50. Feb. 14
County.Probation, obtain valid Probation, no contact with Raqquel Lawanda Leven pled William Davis Marchant pled Non jury trial
license, fined $205. victim, attend Anger no contest allowing no contest DWLS; 12 months Terry Barnett pled no contest
Management Counseling, fined unauthorized person to drive; Tri County Probation, NVDL; six months _Tri_
Pre trial conference $649.50. fined $171.25. sentenced 90 dayssounty-jal- -Cuu-nty-Probation, obtain valid
John Lewi pled guilty Gcorge-THenry Little pled with 36 days credit, fined license, fined $171.25.
-WL Snd violation of drivers Arraignment .guilty DWLS; six months Tri $105.
'license restrictions; six months Sonny R. Avery pled guilty County Probation, obtain valid Alejandro A. Adan pled no Jan. 10
-Tri County Probation, obtain DUI; 12 months Tri County license, fined $171.25. contest possession of cannabis; Efrain Barragan pled no
-valid license, fined $271.25. Probation, license suspended Joseph A. Mcabee pled no 12 months Tri County contest no valid driver's license
Cyril Algeron Palmer pled no six months, 50 hours contest possession of less than Probation, drug/alcohol (NVDL) six months Tr
contest DWLS; six months Tri community service work, 20 grams of cannabis; 12 evaluation, 50 hours County Probation obtain valid
I-County Probation, obtain valid. drug/alcohol evaluation, DUI months Tri County probation, community service work, fined license, fined $197.50.
license, fined $171.25. -- school, fined $557.50. 100 hours community. service, $297.50. Precious Linnette Foster led
drug/alcohol evaluation, fined James Edward David pled. Precious Linnette Foster ped
$250. guilty DWLS; fined $250. no contest DWLS; 12 months
Calvin M. Mingo pled no Carlos Robert Ford Jr. pled valid licensfity Probatned $197.ion, obta50
contest possession of cannabis; no contest DWLS; 12 months Cvalid licensed ed$.5.
All The CI OS12 months Tri County Tri County Probation, obtain contest DWLS l six months T
Probation, 100 hours valid license, 90 days County Probation, obtain valid
community service work, community service work, fined lCen find $171.25
W without All the Costs drug/alcohol evaluation, fined $197.50. license, fined$171.25.
$250. William Henderson pled no Jerome Lee pled guilty
m oJoshua Ryan Morrison pled contest DWLS; fined $197.50. DWLS; six months Tnri
PPailm guilty DUI, one year Tri Henry Franklin Hodges pled County Probation, obtain valid
_rHarhb Y County Probation, license -no cotiest violation of drivers license, fined $250..
IH SE U i INI I fO Y suspended six months, 50 license restrictions; fined Narisha Tiara McCutchen
El MIS NUW INLA_"UIKY- hours community service $297.50. pled no contest NVDL; six
work, -attend DUI school, Travis Lee Nelson pled no months Tri County Probation,
drug/alcohol evaluation, fined contest vehicle not registered; obtain valid license, fined
I $557.50. fined $250. $171,25.
Dawnya Kathleen -Mosley Steven Brad Page pled no Kenard Thomas McEachin-
hanSitBultH s pled. guilty petit theft; six contest trespass after warning; pled no contest violation of
B etter BuW ThanSiteBuilt Homes months Tri County Probation, six months Tri CoUty drivers' license restrictions;
Crirpinal Cognition Probation., obtain valid license, fined $171.25.
Intervention, fined $197.50. sentenced 18 days with one day Brian Robert McEroy phed
Perry Joe Navarro Jr..pled no credit, fined $205. no contest DWLS; 12 months
lIr cc 111 contest issuing worthless Raymond Mark Robinson Tri County Probation, obtain
PAST 75 ON TE RI checks. (seven counts); 12 pled- no contest issuing valid license, fined $197.50.
JUST PAST 1-75 ON-THE RIGHT months Tri County Probation, worthless check; 12 months Charles Lee'Stevens Jr pled
4109 Hwy. 90W make restitution all counts, Tri County probation, make. guilty building bonfires; fined
LakeCity,FL, 38 ..75411,8 4$175 state attorney fee, fined restitution, fined $271.25. $250.
Lake City, F $197.50, court costs$175. Lorenzo W. Augusta pedno Gary G. Tacinelli pled no
NEW.contst..i.suin --Lo o Ag t le contest DWLS; six months Tri
.. contest c issuing worthless County probation; obtain valid
Is check; 12 months Tri County license, fined $171.25......
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causing property damage was
dismissed.
Jonathan David Carter pled no
contest DWLS; 12 months Tri
County Probation, obtain valid
license, fined $171.25.

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James Rulevitch pled no
contest giving false
information; fined $205.
Edward Walter pled no contest
NVDL; six months Tri
County Probation, obtain valid
license, fined $205.
Docket day
Kerry Vernon Touchstone
pled no contest possession of
drug paraphernalia and DWLS;
12 months Tri County
Probation, obtain valid license,
drug/alcohol evaluation and
treatment if necessary, 50
hours community service
work, fined $297.50.
Arraignment
Michael S. Best pled no
contest DWLS; 12 months Tri
County Probation, obtain valid
license, fined $197.50.
Matthew Olin Green pled no
contest NVDL; six months Tri
County Probation, obtain valid
license, fined $171.25.
__-_imibly-Hand-JohnsTY-pled-no
contest DWLS; six months Tri
County Probation, obtain valid
license, fined $171.25.
Rachel Adrianne Jones pled
no contest NVDL; six mofiths
Tri County Probation, obtain
..valid license, fined $197.50.,
Michael Anthony Norris pled
guilty DWLS; six months Tri
County Probation, obtain valid
license, fined'$171.25.
Steven L. Sauls pled no
contest possession of less than
-20-grams of cannabis; 12
months Tri County Probation,
drug/alcohol evaluation; 50
hours community service
work, fined'$197.50.
Brittney Cowley-Johns pled
no contest possession of drug
paraphernalia; 12 months Tri
County Probation, drug
alcohol evaluation, fined',$205.
Christopher Oliver pled no
contest battery and indecent
exposure; 100 hours
community service work, no
contact with victim, mental
health evaluation,
psychological evaluation, six
months Tri County Probation,
fined $557, sentenced to 180
days with 56 days credit.
William White pled no
contest possession of drug
paraphernalia; fined $205,
drug/alcohol evaluation, 12
months Tri County Probation.
Jan., 3
Landon Gray Cason pled no
contest DWLS; fined $297.50.
Wayne Douglas Crawford
ped. no,_ contest- DWLS;--2 -- --
-nmonths Tri County Probation,
obtain valid license, sentenced
to 90 days with three days
credit, fined $205.
Dennis' J. Donohue pled no--
contest refusal to submit to
testing, wilful-wanton reckless
driving, failed to yield to
highway worker, driver not
wearing seat belt; 12 months
Tri County Probation,
drug/alcohol evaluation,.
sentenced to 90-days .with. two.
.days credit, Advanced DU -.......
--school- su-tbmit to urine,
breath, blood tests, fined
$1,345. A DUI charge was
dismissed.
SJoseph M. Edsall pled nod
contest possession of drug.
paraphernalia; 12 months Tri
. County. Probation,
drug/alcohol evaluation,
sentenced to 12 days county
jail with two days credit, fined
$205.
Maracia Morgan pled guilty
-DWLS; six months Tri County
Probation, fined $171.25.

Ronald Wayne Khea pled no
contest DWLS; 12 months Tri
County Probation, sentenced
to six days county jail-, fined
$105.
Robert J. Lester pled no
contest assault; six months Tri
County Probation, Anger -
Managentment Counseling, fined.
$649.50.
Daniel Micah Morgan pled no
contest domestic battery; 12
months Tri County Probafioni,
no contact with victim,
sentenced to serve 54 days with
36 days credit, seek Batterers
Intervention Counseling, fined
$649.50.
Robert A. Peterson Sr. pled
no contest wilful-wanton
reckless driving; six months
Tri County Probation, one
year Ignition Interlock,
Advanced DUI school,
drug/alcohol evaluation,
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Section C: Thursday, April 13, 2006 -Telegraph Times Monitor



Blanding breaks ground on $56.8 million project


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
A look back at history is
:'enough to qualify the
importance of military
training, but it is with an eye to
-*the future that the Camp
%Blanding Joint Training Center
will continue to fulfill those
duties.
:-A groundbreaking ceremony
was held at Blanding April 8,
marking the beginning of
construction of the new
-fegion'al Training Institute
facilitiese. The $56.8 million
Project will result in education,
.billeting, dining,
administration, storage and
supply buildings,
?encompassing 288,900 square
-feet.
>: It is estimated an average of
800 students, representing all
states and territories, will pass
,throughlie sehool each year.
;'The RTI is responsible.. for


"Reception set

,for Rosier,
new circuit
.judge
i,:.A special reception is being
planned to congratulate
;Bradford County's own Phyllis
'Rosier-who was recently
Pointed to- represent the
entire Eighth Judicial Circuit.
as its newest judge.
:;,.Rosier will replace a retiring
pcjicuit judge who. is also a
Bradford County
resident-Elzie Sanders. The
Eighth Judicial Circuit
iieludes\Alachua, Bradford,
Union,. Baker, Gilchrist and
Levy counties.
The reception is set for
-Friday, April 21, from 11 a.m.
to 1 p.m. at BobKat'A Cafd on
Call Street in Starke. Everyone.
It invited to come wish Rosier
well at this event.
Rosier was selected in,
March by the governor to fill
the judgeship. She is the first
woman from Bradford County
to be appointed to the bench.
Rosier will begin her career
as-a judge by presiding in civil
and family law. cases in
Bradford and Baker counties.
Rosier grew up in Bradford
.County as Phyllis Miller and
'gradHited-from Bradford High
School. She attended law
school at the University of
Florida and graduated with
.honors in 1981.
-She worked as an assistant
state attorney, in the Third
Judicial Circuit for a total of
Sa.ut 10 years. In 1994 she
opened her own law practice in
Starke and maintained a part-
time law office in Macclenny.
She served as attorney to the
Bradford County School Board
-from 1995 up until her
appointment as circuit judge.
Rosier is a member of the
First United Methodist Church
of.Starke, the BHS Alumni
Association, Starke Woman's
Club, Bradford County
Education Foundation and the
Baker County Council on
Aging.


training non-commissioned
officers as well as providing
combat arms, leadership,
military occupational specialty
and additional skill identifier
training.


General studies training for
the Army National Guard,
Army Reserve and the active
duty components is also a
responsibility of the school.
Maj. Gen. Douglas Burnett,


the adjutant general for
Florida, thanked those, who
were instrumental in obtaining
funding for the project,
including Sen. Bill Nelson,
who was represented at the


ceremony by Bill Sutey, his
senior legislative advisor, and
Rep. Cliff Stearns.
"Not every state has that
kind of support," Burnett said.
Stearns, who was on hand to


present the Florida National
Guard with a check for more
than $20 million, said, "This

See BLENDING, p. 2C


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This is an artist's rendering of what the new Regional Training institute will look
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about Gen. von Steuben," accommodate 500 beds and the
A I Stearns said. "Many people in' dining area will seat 200.
B 'LA N IN high school and junior high Supporting facilities will
Continued from p. 1C don't know about this include a joint operations
individual, but this is center training facility, S-4
extremely important. It's building and an administration
extremely important to what .building. with office spaces,
institute will enhance our we're doing today..--'He medical station, mail center,-
military readiness and impart established a training program publication and weapons
the skills and leadership our for the Continental Army and storage and locker rooms,
forces need to succeed in their he transformed- he army into a Tom McDuffie, vice
missions." --more6formidable force." presss ident of Jacobs
Stearns said it took "a little Stearns read a quote from Engineering Inc., the architect
bit of hard work"'to'obtain the the army's historian which h of the project, talked of how
funds for the, project, which cited two men as indispensable the new RTI will be an
will consist of three in this country achieving its upgrade from the World War
construction phases, .but he independence-George II facilities the institute
emphasized how important Washington and von Steuben. currently occupies.
military training is. "I think we have to realize "We recognize, as you do,
"Although weapons systems that training is paramount to that the past generation of
and the latest equipment may our mission," Stearns said. national guard facilities clearly
get the most attention, one of "Unless we realize it, we won't does not meet today's
the reasons why our military is take the steps to accomplish it. requirements," McDuffie said.
the best it is is because, of By our ceremony today, in a "This facility meets projected
training," Steams said. small way, we're recognizing needs and also provides
Stearns made reference to a how important training is." substantial flexibility for the
historical figure in bringing his The area devoted to future.
point across-Friedrich education at the new RTI will "We recognize the
Wilhem Augustus von include classrooms, importance of your training
Steuben, or Baron von auditorium, library, and leadership development as
Steuben, a Prussian officer training/simulation center, you support Iraqi Freedom and
whose training efforts were distance learning center.-break other security needs of the
vital to the Continental Army area, storage and a physical U.S. This regional institute is
and the Revolutionary War. fitness center. going to be a key component
"Perhaps many of you know Barracks facilities will of that preparation."
..:ft"at ".-eparation...


A 21-gun-salute? How about a six-shqvel salute? Camp Blanding broke ground on
its new Regional Training Institute-April 8. Present were (from left): Rep.'Cliff
Stearns, Col. Daniel Nievinski, commander of 1he 211~'.Regional Training Institute,
Staff Sgt. Jill Do'dd, representing Maj. Gen. Do0gla- Burnett, Florida's adjutant
general, Bill Sutey, senior legislative advjso'j- n. Bill Nelson, Morris Adki.s, -
project manager representing Danis.Buildin .hitruction Company, andT ',
McDuffie, vice president of Jacobs Engineering Inc., the project's architect i.s4~


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April 13, 2006 TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR--C-SECTION Page 3C


Camp Blanding cuts ribbon,


opens new CSMS


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Sgt. Paul Landry did not
fight in World War II, but he
and his coworkers at the
Combined Support
Maintenance Shop at Camp
Blanding know all too well
what a building from the
World War II era is like-it's
what they've been working in.
That will now change as a


new CSMS has recently been
completed at a cost of $24.5
million. A ribbon-cutting
ceremony April 8 officially
opened the new facilities,
which the CSMS staff began
moving into April 11.
Landry, who has worked at
the CSMS for 21 years, and his
coworkers will now be
working in air-conditioned
buildings with restrooms, as
well as having state-of-the-art


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equipment to work with.
"It's going to be a real thrill
to get into this building,"
Landry said.
Retired Sgt. Maj. Ray
Quinn, who spoke at the
ceremony, said, "This is a
great day for a lot of people.
It's going to benefit the
soldiers who work here. It's
going to benefit the units and
their readiness throughout the
state of Florida and
worldwide."
Quinn recalled seeing the
old CSMS building for the first
time in 1973. Back then he
said to himself he could not
believe the people there
worked in such conditions.
Maj. Gen. Douglas Burnett
became adjutant general of
Florida a couple of months
after 9-11. He recalled
examining what needed to be
done to prepare for the
inevitable-combat overseas.
One of the first things he
addressed was vehicle and
equipment readiness. The
CSMS was doing "good work
in a horrible place," Burnett
said, but he deemed it
important to create a facility
that met the high standards that
soldiers themselves are held to.
Hence the new CSMS
facilities, which comprise
110,054 square feet on 35
acres.
New facilities were only part
of the answer, however.
Burnett said approximately
$400,000 was spent op new
'tools, plus up-to-date
equipment, such as a $160,000
dynanometer, was purchased.
"We did the right thing,"
Burnett said as he surveyed the
new facilities.
The CSMS staff was already
performing at a high standard,
but Col. Cary Griffith, deputy
chief of staff, logistics, said in
today's world it is becoming
more difficult to sustain that
high standard.
"The global war. on
terrorism has placed increasing
requirements on the nation and
especially the National
Guard," Griffith sajd.
Plus, recent hurricane'
activity has placed an
additional burden on Florida
Guardsmen.


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"What really hurt were the.
hurricanes," said Landry, who
estimates 30-40 vehicles pass
through toe CSMS each
month. "Here we are inthe
middle of working on
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equipment going overseas,
then we've got equipment
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it in on semis left and right."
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too much of a burden to place
on workers in an inadequate
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readiness." Griffith said, "but
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did it, Now we've given them
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Northrup and Broom announce engagement-,


Keith and Tina Northrup of
Starke announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Erika Lynn Northrup, to
William "Bud" Brooks Broom,
son of Vance' and Joan Broom
of Jacksonville.
The bride-elect is a 2002
graduate of Bradford High
School, She, earned an


associate of arts degree in
business administration from
Santa Fe Community College.
The groom-elect served four
years in the United States
Marine Corps. He is currently
attending Keiser College
studying criminal justice.
The wedding is planned for
Saturday, Sept. 16, 2006.


William Brooks Broom
and Erika Lynn Northrup


Howard Zane (back row, right), with the help of a few friends, is trying to get a
local kennel club off the ground. He is pictured with (clockwise from bottom right)
Joni Hughes and her Boston terrier, Abbie, Wayne McKnight, who is representing
his daughter, Susan Perkins, and her golden retriever, Bubba, and Dolores
Standley.


Meeting scheduled to start

area's first kennel club


A A local resident whose
dream of organizing a kennel
club in Bradford County is
finding that his dream is
1 becoming a reality.
'Howard Zane, upon moving.
to Starke, found that there
weie kennel clubs in many of
the area's surrounding towns,
Sbut Starke and Bradford
County were not represented.
Now, with the help of two
longtime friends who are:well
known for their knowledge in
breeding and showing dogs,
Zane has a meeting scheduled
Tuesday, April 18, at Capital
City Bank in Starkfor those -
_i iterested in joining a' local
kennel club. Registration will
start at 7 p.m. and the meeting
will start promptly at 7:30 p.m.
Refreshments will be served.
Forming a club nokw would
not only give the area its first-
ever kennel club, but give local
and county dog enthusiasts an
opportunity to help in shaping
the club's future. In,additi-,01
those joining no\ will.become
hart, mIhWs p -" 01
Those living outside
Bradford County are also
.'. we V ar e tI-joij. -......
"'Meiings will not always be
"business as usual." Dog
shows are not the only priority.
Plans will be made to .feature
informative speakers who are
top-ranked in the fields of
veterinarian medicine and
animal care, and obedience
training, as well as those who
are involved with K-9 units
used by law enforcement.
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what -is in store for the club
and it could be a learning
experience for all involved.
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experience in showing,
obedience and agility
competition and who are


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knowledge, the club has a
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BIRTHS


Si L ,1 Tyson and Kearse are engaged


Logan Pierce Jackson

Logan Jackson
Dustin Jackson and Veronica
Seymour of Starke announce
the birth of their son, Logan
Pierce Jackson, on March 12,
2006, in Gainesville:
Maternal grandparents are
Joyce Seymour and Ron
RidenouLt both of Starke.
Maternal great-grandparents
are Donald and, Millie
McClellan of Starke.
Paternal grandparents are
Shiela Lee and Michael
Jackson, both oLa t L\ tc\.
Paternal gtehl'grandmother
is Beti\ 'Southerland of
S Lawtey.

Jenna Moss
Dan., and Amy Moss ot
Keystone Heights announce
the birth o0 their daughter,
Jenna LouiS.e Moss. on Jan. 5,
2006.
Jenna weighed 7 pounds. 4
ounces a nd measured 1
inches in length.
Maternal grandparents are
Ernie and Vanessa Triest of
Theressa.
Maternal great-grandparents
are Tommy aand Betty Millican
of Keystone Heights and
Ernest and Carlie Triest of
Theressa.
Paternal grandparents are
Lynin and Sue Moss of Starke.
Paternal great-grandparents
are Jean Fleming and Thelma
Moss, both of Starke.


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Carmen
Bridges
DuWayne and Jordaina
Bridges of Lake Butler
announce the birth of their
daughter, Carmen Lynnelle
Bridges, on March 24, 2006, at
North Florida Women's Center
Jn Gainesville.
\ Carmen weighed 8 pounds
and measured 20 inches in
length.

Birth announcements are
considered news and are a
free service of the Bradford
County Telegraph. Union
County Times and Lake
Region Monitor.
Announcements are edit-
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David Allaire and


has reunion Tammie Yarbrough
planning Yarbrugh
m ieeting- A .-
The Bradford High School 1e L
(BHS) class of 1977 is in the i [1v
planning stages fosr its 30th wed in May
year class reunion June 2007 Sheila Haitawav announces
There will be.a, meeting it the the engagement and upcoming
BHS cafeteria at 4 p.m. on marriage *of her daughter,
Class members are urged to Allaire. son of Mike and'Jackie
help plan the reunion. If more Johnson.of Bronon.
information is needed, contact The bride-elect is a graduate
Lelia Cohens at (904) 769- of Union Count- High School
I 1153, Francis.Perry at (904) -and Santa Fe-Community
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The Rev. Carl E. Tyson of
Starke announces the
engagement of his daughter,
Vashawn Renee Tyson, to Troy
M. Kearse, son of Avery L.
Shell and Sandra V. Shell of
Starke.
The bride-elect is the
daughter of the late Betty
Tyson. She is a graduate of


Tanner Dale Connell

Tanner
Connell
Jeremy and Kellie Connell
of Lake Butler announce the
birth of their son, Tanner Dale
Connell, on Feb. 7, 2006, in
Gainesville.
Tanner weighed 7 pounds, 2
ounces and measured 19'/2
inches in length.
Maternal grandparents are
Joe and Debbie Hendricks of
Lake Butler.
Maternal great-grandparents
are James and Myrtice Lee of
Lake Butler and Bryan and
Jeanette Hendricks of Lake
Butler.
Paternal grandparents are
Dale and Jerri Connell of
Zephyrhills.
Paternal great-grandmother
is Wenonah Linville of
Zephyrhills.


Kevin Scott Crawford and
Lindsey Renee Bollinger

'Bollinger and -

Crawford to
wed April 29
Robert. "Tracy" Bollinger
and Rhonda Cason, both of
Starke, announce the
upcoming marriage of their
daughter. Lindsey Renee
Bollinger, to Kevin Scott
Crawford, son of Leo Darold
Crawford of Lawtey. and
Peggy A. Jones. and Gareth
Jones of Melrose.
The wedding will take place
at Starke Church of God on
U.S. 301 on Saturday, April
20. 2006, at 6 p.m '
A reception will follow w at
the Starke Golf and Country
Club. .
C Family and friendss are'
in, ited.


Troy M. Kearse and
Vashawn Renee Tyson


Bluegrass
association
sets meeting
date
The North Florida Bluegrass
Association will hold its
monthly pickin' outing at
Dixieland Music Park in Waldo
on Friday and Saturday, April
14 and 15.
Musicians are urged to bring
an instrument. The public is
invited.
For information, call
association president, Rick
Ray, at (912) 267-9464.


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Bradford High School and
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Local bikers show their soft side for good cause


BY LINDSEY KIRKLAND
Telegraph Staff Writer
Beneath their sometimes
rugged exterior, bikers really
have a heart of gold.
The Heather Smith poker
run held Saturday, April 8, at
The Slab was one of many
recent events where bikers
have shown their softer side
for a good cause.
Mike and Tammy Wells,
"owners of The Slab, said they
wanted to do something to
help Smith because her family
comes to The Slab, whether for
a cold beverage, a game of
pool or to fish.
Mike said he originally
bought The Slab because he
was retired from his job in
Duval County.
"You can only mow grass so
much," he said.
However, when there's a
need irt" the community, he
tries to meet it.
Mike said the Smith event
had gotten quite larger than he
first imagined when some
customers suggested it.
The event came after a great
deal of planning, including a
yard sale and chili cook-off in
the days prior to the event.
Blanche Rose won the cook-
off, and $2,000 was raised
through the cook-off and yard


sale alone.
A fishing tournament and
other games were available for
the youth at the event. very
child who entered received a
goody bag and a participant
ribbon. Alan Smith and Ronnie
Baker were in charge of the
tournament.
Buck Arnold, 10, won first
place out of the boys, and 12-
year-old Destini Harper won
first place out of the girls.
Prizes included fishing poles,
tackle boxes, kites, games and
candy.
Dinners, a 50/50 drawing
and other smaller games were
used to raise money.
When it actually came to the
poker run, $460 was raised
through registration fees alone,
but additional hands of poker
could be played for additional
money.
After bikers left The Slab
around noon' Saturday, they
traveled to the Double Deuce,
Mate's Billabong, Madison
Street Station, Red Dog Saloon
and then returned back to The
Slab.
Kelly Moulton had the
winning poker hand, but he
donated his winnings back to
the Smith family.
Heather Smith, who was
present at the event, said she


Heather Smith and her dad, Cary Smith, attend
the benefit at The. Slab. Cary said The Slab did
a benefit for Heather during her first
transplant, and he was really appreciative of all
the people who came out to support Heather.


Blanche Rose


thought it was really nice that
everyone would come together
to hold events for her.
Smith's dad, Cary, said,
"She's not happy about getting
another transplant, but she's
happy about everyone helping
her. It's unreal what people
will really do."
And in this particular case,
the "people" are bikers.
Despite general stereotypes,
Colin "Mate" Napier was
present at the event, and he
said bikers are a very giving
bunch of people.
"Bikers come together when
someone needs it."
He said through the years he
and his wife, Linda, had
participated in hundreds of
benefit runs,, both here and
when they lived in Ohio.
Napier, who owns and runs
Mate's Billabong when he's
not participating in bike runs,
said local bar owners and.
bikers tend to pull together and
give the most.to charity.
"Even though we're in
competition with each other,
we're pretty good people." he
said.
Debbie Brown is also a biker
who rode in the poker run.
Whether at a benefit or out
for a ride by herself or with her
husband, Steve, she said she
just loves to ride motorcycles.
Brown, who has been riding
for many years, said she rode
in this benefit because it was
for a good cause.
'"We try to give back- a
little," she said.
She even helped organize
the event, collected registration
money ,and handled other
aspects of the event.
"This bar has a good support
system," she said.
But if Brown was seen in the
work week away ..from
motorcycles, leather and bars,
one might not recognize her.
not even her coworkers.
During the day, she is an
office assistant who does


billing and other clerical duties
for Sky Meadows RV
Company.
"Every place I ever worked,
they thought it was really
interesting," she said of her
motorcycle hobby.
Instead of having a negative
opinion of her, "They always'
think it's cool," she said.
The Napiers, the Browns
and most of the bikers agree
that they're just normal people.
And when someone needs a
leg up in life, they'll all be
right there waiting to help,
with their bikes, of course.




., ,"


Buck Arnold, 10,
won the youth
fishing tournament
for the boy division.


Destini Harper, 12,
won the youth
fishing tournament.
for the girt division.


Happiness is-not in our
circumstances but in
ourselves. It is not
something we see, like a
rainbow, or feel, like the
heat of a fire. Happiness is
something we are.
-John B. Sheerin
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Steve 'Brown and his wife, Debbie, get ready
to leave The Slab on the way to the Double
Deuce in Lake Butler, the first stop on the,
Heather Smith benefit poker run. Jim and
Brandi Gatlin are seen in the background.


S'relating to the welfare of dogs
..iLU B and' is highly respected for her
# LU ability to build a financial
Continued from p. 4C structure within an
organization, which ,is
important to the survival of
became a pro-fessional handler, ,any club.
showing 12 different breeds. Carter is a well-known
Zane owned and operated a breeder of champion boxers.
kennel and bred cocker He has 51 years of experience
spaniels and beagles.' ith shows and kernel clubs,
Along with handling, Zane and is a licensed dog show
S al-o trained dogs for .ield j'jdge..Carter is respected as a
work. ._. l.d representative (or the
: Zane, r.hen called upon. United Kennel Club and as
enjoys judging matches. president of the Northeast
He w ill be assisted in his Florida Boxer Club.
efforts to start a club b\ friends The overall years .of
Dolores Standley and Ed dedication and devotion to
Carter, who possess unlimited dogs. dog shows and clubs of
,knowledge in the. operation this trio add up to 168. The\
and mechanics of conducting are looking forward to meeting
shows and kennel clubs, those who will join with them
Standley has 42 years of in making the Bradford County
Sacti\ it in dog circles. She is Kennel Club reality,
especially kno\.n throughout For more information,
this, area for her many u ears of please call (904) 964-6296 or
dedication to all causes (352) 378-5771.


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42 Motor
Vehicles
1994 CHEVY LUMINA
ABS. 3 1 engine, 140
horse power. AC. AM-FM
casselle player. One
owner. $ 1500 lirm. Call
352-4782412
1995 MAZDA B2300. 5sp
cold ac. dings. runs gooo
$1795 1992 Lexus
LS400, reduced $4500
firm Also 94 Chevy Lu .


2004 Buick Lesabre
4-dr, 3 8L V6, AT,
Just under 16k miles,
factory warranty,
leather interior, silver
gray, PS, PB, Pwr
seats, PW, PL.
Want someone to
take over payments.
Glen Prevatt
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mina Van, cold ac, runs
$1650: Call 904-964-
4111.
1988 SAAB 900 S, runs,
$750 OBO Call 904-
368-8114
2002 SATURN SL2 very
nice, original owner,
$10,000 firm. Call 352-
235-0172..,
1994 PLYMOUTH VOY-
AGER minivan V6, 3.3L,
strong engine newtires,
good AC & heat. Needs
new head gasket. $800
OBO Canll 904-96-4.
6592
45 Land for
'Sale
9.86 ACRES 1910 3BRi
2BA home, large work-
shop, RV shelter, fruit
trees. 8 mobile home
rentals Very well main-
lainea, country selling
Asking $495,000 Call
Coldweli Banker, Smith &
Smith Really 904-964-
9222
2 5 ACRES CLEARED
new culvert ready for
your home. great place
lor horses $62.500 Call
904.964-6708 leave
message
STARKE OUTSIDE Cily
. limits, NW 211 Sl 1 68
acres, cleared with cut
vert, $35,000. Call 904-
662-3735.'
47 Commercial.
Property
FOR LEASE OR sale. Ideal
location 2 parcels 2800
SQFT building with of-.
fice, bam, mini storage,-
5 aces, of of Souih 301
Also 8 acres, panially
cleared Both lots3/10In
of a "mile from new
Walmart. Call 904-964-,
3827 for more Informa-
tion
COMMERCIAL.' RETAIL
space by Starke Post
Office for rent or lease.
For more information
please call 904-964-
6305 and ask for John
DOWNTOWN STARKE
professional offices for
rent. Conference room,
kitchen, utilities and more
provided. Call 904-964-
2616.


VACANT 3400 SO FT'
building Front entrance
on busy S Walnut SI 10
12t office space inside
With restroom $650 per
monin Call 904-908-
4644 leave a message.
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13+ Acres In all
500 ft frontage on 301
South -only 3110 mile
from Super Walmart.
Office
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BRAND NEW, 3BR/2BA
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3BR/1BA BLOCK HOME
inside Starke city limits,
big fenced back yard,
many upgrades, must
see, $129,000 OBO. Call
904-964-7162.
49 Mobile
Homes for Sale
KEYSTONE AREA 3BR/
2BA on 1/2 acre, fenced
lot,,needs work. 210
Lakeview Dr, $35,000.
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1983 14x52 SWMH. Must
be moved, $4000. Call
386-431-9230.
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.
HILLIARD/NEW Jacobsen
32 x48: 3BR/2BA, set up
on 2 acres with well, sep-
tic & power pole in-
cluded, $734 per month.
Call 904-548-1480.
8 BRAND NEW HOMES
just bought out Double J
Mobile Home dealership
on US 17 just south of
A1A. We are selling out
all existing inventory at
huge discounts! Call
904-548-1480 or come
by 850712 HWY 17 in
Yulee.
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Pine Manor, 28 x 52,
3BR/2BA, CH/A, front
porch, all appliances,
open floor plan, master
has separate tub and
shower, great condition.
$18,000 OBO reason-
able, call 904-964-8978.
CUTE & CLEAN SWMH
partly fenced, large back
deck, covered front deck,
lender financing avail-
able, $49,800. Call Kathy
Weise at Trevor Waters
Reality Inc. for more infor
352-214-2988 or 352-
473-7777.
5 ACRES, Keystone
Heights, 3BR/2BA DW
with rental, 2BR/1BA,
horse barn, fenced, all
appliances, $ 179,900. E-
mail slhmatt@aol.com
for pics, 352-235-6002 or
904-704-8537.
DWMH ON 2.5 ACRES
3BR/2BA, fireplace, front


& back deck with carport.
$75,000. Call 904-964-
6830.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
2BR/1BA older mobile
home. CH/A, front porch,
close to elementary
school, back deck, large
shed, on 1.25 acres,
$34,500. Call 904-966-
0494.
1998 TRIPLE WIDE 3BR/
2BA on approx 1/2 acre,
one block from middle
school in Lake Butler,
large kitchen & great
room, with fireplace,
master bath has garden
.tub and shower, $65,000
OBO. 386-496-4432,
leave message.
50 For Rent
LARGE 2BR/2BA DWMH,
all,electric, CH/A, $425
month plus $425 deposit.
No pets. Call 904-964-
6445.
3BR/2BA MH ON acreage,
no pets, towards Key-
stone, CH/A, call 904-
424-9310. $700 per
month plus deposit.
2BR MH with chain link
fence, city lot in Starke,
will consider a small dog,
$475 per month. Pos-
sible discount. Call for
details 352-473-5214.
FURNISHED ROOMS
- FOR RENT! COM-
PLETE with CH/A, cable
provided, all utilities paid!
Central location. 10%
discount on first months
rent for senior citizens.
Rooms with private bath,
$105 $115. /wk. Room
without bath, $90. Laun-
dry facilities available.
',Close to churches,
stores, downtown shop-
ping, theatre, and more!
See Manager at the
Magnolia Hotel, across
from the Starke Post Of-
fice. 904-964-4303.
WE HAVE 2 OR 3 bedroom
MH, clean, close to,
prison. Call 352-438-
1323.
SOUTHERN VILLAS OF
Starke Apts. Looking for
applicants. 1& 2 BR HC
& non HC apartments.
Central ac/heat, on site
laundry, playground, pri-


THIS3BR IBA FRA~iE HOME ha, a Inarte
lot. neu carpet and freIsh paint inside and out.
A new range and refrigerator ill hbe installed
prior to cloine. $78.750. M ILS#293413.






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BRICK 3BR1.5BA IN CITY LIMITS.
Fenced-in }ard. Also feature. honu, rtoom.
Close to school and shopping. $139.900.
M LS#292652.


vate and quiet atmo-
sphere. Located on
SR16, 1001 Southern
Villas Drive, Starke, FI or
call 904-964-7295, TDD/
TTY 711. Equal Housing
Opportunity.
FOR RENT- 2 & 3BR
homes, newly renovated.
Deposit required. Call
386-496-3067, 678-438-
6828 or-678-438-2865,
for more information.
FOR RENT- 2 & 3BR
homes, newly renovated.
Deposit required. Call
678-438-6828 or 678-
438-2865, for more infor-
mation.
LARGE OFFICE Down-
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.
FOR RENT DOWNTOWN
Business & Professional
office store. This 1500 sq
Sft building has offices &
reception area, new car-
pet and paint. Monthly
rent .-. opi.:.rn lease
long irrnm fC00 per
month, or long term
lease discount. Call Vir-
ginia at 904-964-6305.
NEWLY REMODELED up-
stairs apartment in down-
town Starne 2 BR, CH/
A. $450 morin. Isi lat,
and security deposit. Call
Joan at 904-964-4303.
IMMACULATE 2BR/1.5BA
plus office/den, block
home, walking distance
to downtown Keystone
Heights, great neighbor-
hood. $700 per month
with $700 security de-
posit. No pets. Call 352-
473-4489. .
LAKE GENEVA RENTALS,
2BR/1BA 'efficiency,


Remodeled 3R.'IBA concrete hloIk home.
New metal roof. windo%%s. doors. central
System. ceramic tile floors. bathroom and
paint inside and out. $92,500. M LS#295090.



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$375 per month (in-
cludes utilities). 2BA/
1.5BA, recently remod-
eled, MH $525. 2BR
house $525. 2 BR1BA
Apt, new tile floor in
kitchen and bath, $600.
All have lake access,
deposit required. Call
352-473-2919, 9am to
7pm.
MOBILE HOME FOR rent
in Raiford, DW 3BR/
1.5BA, nice location
$500 per month, first &
last. Call 386-431-1898.
2BR/2BA SW off Griffis
Loop, quiet area, CH/A,
W/D, no pets, $460 per
month plus deposit. Call
352-468-3221.
1 ACRE CAMPER trailer
lot. Call after 7 pm, 352-
468-2684.
52 Animals &
Pets
MINIATURE HORSE male,
10 month old, 30 inches
tall, Amha, registerable
negative coggins, very
sweet. Call 904-782-
3029.
BEAGLE PUPPIES have
shots, wormed, 8 weeks
old, 4 to choose from,
$40 each. Call 352-745-
2221.
DOGS FOR ADOPTION
OR FOSTERING Lots
of puppies all ages, Aus-
tralian Sheppard, Blue
Healer, Red Healer,
Chow mix, Walker
Hound mix, Lab, new-
born to 8 weeks. 11 kit-
tens ready in 5 weeks,
come and look we will
save for you. (F) Ameri-
can Bulldog 1 yr. Walker
(F) 5 yrs. needs good
home. (M) lab 2 yrs.

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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.
QH BAY GELDING 8 yrs,
experienced riders only,
good round manners, all
shots, $1000 OBO, email
slhmatt@aol.com for
pics, 352-235-6002 or
904-704-8537.
FREE KITTENS beautiful,
longhair & short hair. Call
904-964-7771 or 904-
994-2992.
BABY GOAT, adorable
Nubian buckling, bom St.
Valentine's day. De-
horned, descented, and
bottle raised. Walks on
lead and comes when
called. Very friendly. $85
to a good home only. Call
904-964-3704.
53 A Starke
Yard Sale
MOVING SALE SAT.
ONLYII 9am till ? King
size waterbed, dresser &
mirror, sofa sleeper, love
seat, entertainment cen-
ter, coffee & end tables,
dining room table and
chairs. From Starke
take SR 100 east to CR
100A (Griffis Loop),
cross RR tracks twice,
4th home on left.


FIRST RESIDENT Fri,
8am to 3pm. North of
Lawtey school on 301,
first house on left.
SAT ONLY S8am to 2pm.
Griffis Loop, 100A, near
Grace Baptist Church.
Stove, baby clothes,
odds & ends, house hold
goods, etc.
LAWTEY YARD sale. Multi
family. Restaurant
equipment, tractor
equipment, furniture,
bunk bed with upgrade
mattress, clothes, lots of
nice craft supplies &
other nic nacs etc.
Thurs-Sat, CR 225A
Lawtey, 904-782-3093.
55 Wanted
THE OUTSIDERS CLUB
for dispondent Chris-
tians who desire fellow-
ship, fun & activities on
the weekends. Hippies,
Blacks, Whites, Latinos,
whatever. Call 904-753-
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 306-965-
0127.
LAWN/GARDEN EQUIP-
MENT working or not.
Pickup, buy, fix and sell.
Call 386-496-8431.


57 For Sale
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.
BED $100. NEVER USED!
Full size orthopedic
pillowtop set. Still in plas-
tic with factory warranty
from Posturecraft. Can
deliver. Call Brian 352-
376-1600.
BEDROOM 6PC SET
never used Still in
boxes. I have in truck
and can deliver. $395,
call 352-376-1600
QUEEN PILLOWTOP
mattress set. $130 real
pillowtop set. Anything
cheaper is cheap. Brand
new made by
Posturecraft. Still in plas-

tic. Can 'deliver, call
Brian 352-264-9799.
BED BRAND NEW KING
Sacrifice $195. 3pc or-
thopedic pillowtop set.
Never used set, still
wrapped in plastic with


Terry Hall Home built in 2004 and located near Keystomi
Heights in Bradlord County. Property consists ot two loti, totaling
1.44 acres. Comfortable home with split bedroom plan, deluge
master bath and spacious kitchen. Home has an attached 2-car
garage plus a detached 4-car garage with a 15'x40' carport pnd
finished room inside which can be used as an office. Bamboo
wood floors, Berber carpet and ceramic tile throughout.
Landscaped, irrigated yard with large deck for entertaining and
home has patio and screen lanai with a hot tub.

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Keystone Heights
(352) 473-8882 (office)* 1-866-649-Q 2
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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.
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.
QUEEN MAHOGANY 4
poster canopy bed suit,
with 1 night stand, 5
drawer dressor, ripple
mirror dressor & high-
boy. Was $3000 settle
for $1500. Call 352-235-
0172.
BED-KING SIZE Pillowtop
mattress and boxspring
with manufactures war-
ranty. Brand new still in
plastic. Can deliver. Sell
for $170. Call 352-372-
7490.
BEDROOM SET 7 piece
Gorgeous cherry queen/
king bed, dresser, mirror,
2 nightstands, chest


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FOR RENT

2 BR/1 BA Apartment

Downtown

Restaurants in block

4 Churches in 4 blocks

Grocery store in 4 blocks

Call 964-4303

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LAND/HOME PKGS in Alachua. Bradford.
Columbia, Gilchrist, Levy, Dixie, Marion, Putnam i
and Union counties. As low as $389/month Call
Gene. Jim and Roy (352). 372-4663. Westgate
Mobile Home Sales.

Westgate Home Center
14-411 N'\ 13thiSt. *GainesvilleFL
352-372-HOME (4663)


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'Selling now? Want to buy soon? Immediate
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Bill Morgan and Jack Plojs
Phone: 904-964-7399
Cell: 904-591-9377 or 904-219-4648
3085 SE 113' Way Starke, FL 32091
i LC,15,1 3 lnSfudj


available, dovetail con-
struction. New still in
boxes. Retail $6100,
sacrifice for $1100. 352-
377-9846. TFN
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.
LAWN MOWERS &
TRAILERS for sale. Call
904-964-4118.
TROY BILT 5550 watt
generator, Maytag side
by side refrigerator,
couch, lift chair. Call 904-
881-2198.
ZERO TURN 17HP, Ariens
mower. Looks, runs &
cuts like new, serviced
regularly, $1850. Poulan
Pro, 7hp, S/P, 21", eigh-
teen monthsold, $250.
Chipper 10hp, well kept,
makes free mulch, $250.
Call 904-964-4005.
WASHER & DRYER $150,.


ROOF FREE REPAIRS
RE-ROOFS EXTENDED MOBILE HOMES
METAL SINGLES WARRANTY NEW ROOFS
FLAT ROOF LICENSED TILE WOOD SHINGLES
LOW SLOPED & MAINTENANCE
GRAVEL INSURED STORM DAMAGE
"THE BEST POSSIBLE ROOF AT THE BEST POSSIBLE PRICE"'
Office:' 386-497-14
PO Box 82 Toll Free 1-866-9LW-ROi
Ft. White, FL 32038 Fax: 386-497-14!


living room suit $300,
bedroom suit $100,
ratan/wicker sofa $299,
grandfather clock $375.
Call 352-475-2283.
CANDY VENDING MA-
CHINES set up & ready
to place. Price
negotionable. Call David
at 352-745-1918 for
more information.
58 Adult/Child
Home Care
NANNY WITH REFER-
ENCES will work in
Starke, Keystone or
Melrose area. Call any-
time 352-473-0036 .
59 Personal
Services
LOCAL PHONE SERVICE
prices are rising. Find
out how to get your local
phone service for 29.95
or maybe even free. Op-
portunities are also avail-
able, call 319-256-0500


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OF
52


4B/2BA, 1,148 sq. ft., BRAND NEW on 1/3 acre land in
Keystone Heights area. Features open floor plan. blinds
throughout. Price includes land.
$117,900


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cross from Community State Bank)
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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.
CONCEILED 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.
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, so.d, trim-
ming, landscape design.
Reasonable rates, free


estimates. Commercial
& residential. Licensed
and insured. Call 386-
496-2820, if no answer
please leave message.
LAWNSCAPING Tree/
shrub planting, water
features, lighting, lawn
renovations, pruning,
spring spruce up, de-
sign. Any budget, call
352-478-2236.
KB HANDYMAN lawn &
landscaping service, no
job to big or small, low
rates, quality craftsman-
ship. Call KB at 904-964-
5437 or cell at 904-315-
0858.
65 Help
Wanted
ELECTRICIANS & HELP-
ERS needed at Camp
Blanding. DWF/EOE.
Call 904-757-4515.
NOW HIRING FOR parts
position at Lazenby
Equipment. Will train.
Call 904-964-4238,
Monday thru Friday 9am
to 5pm. Drug Free Work
Place.
STRUCTURAL STEEL
erection foreman, excel-
lent pay, benefits, ve-
hicle provided. Call 904-
707-8262
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
have current Florida DL.
Call 904-769-2416,
leave message.
PAINTER/CREW CHIEF
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
877-229-4180.
DRIVER CDL A or B
needed for local route.
FT, M/F, drug free, apply
in person. Damper Sep-
tic Tanks Gainesville.
WANTED EXPERIENCED
employees! Dump truck
drivers, lowboy drivers,
heavy equipment ,
motorgirader operator,
concrete crew/labors. 1
yearexpereince, DFWP
w/ benefits apply within
Andrews Pacing, Inc.
627 NW 123trd Place,
Gainesville Ft


Warehousing position available in the Starke
area. Indoor/outdoor work with growth and
continued promotion potential. Requires
some lifting (50 lbs), forklift and computer,
experience. Background check and drug
screen required.


Please apply by resume or in person at

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or: jobs@rjcorman.com
EOE


RELIABLE EQUIPMENT
operator needed. Great
pay for qualified appli-
cant. Benefits, insur-
ance, vacation.Contact
904-275-2328 or 904-
588-3210 b/t 9 & 5 for
further information.
HELP WANTED- Con-
struction Contractor and
sub-contractors several
openings in various ar-
eas of.building (framing,
finish, roofing, concrete/
block, plumbing, electri-
cal & siding) must have
experience in one or
more of construction
phases, own tools and
transportation. Call 352-
258-0865.
AVON REPS needed in all
areas. Start up and earn
50%, total investment
$10. Start today, local
training..Call Sherry at
904-964-8851.
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SHOP HELP NEEDED, fi-
berglass manufacturing
and trimming will train.
Full time 40 hour week.
Apply in person aj U S
Body Source, 1.5 miles
South of Hampton on
CR 325.
CARE GIVER 2 years
experience working with
elderly or, disabled cli-
ents. 2 or 3 days per
week. Su-EI's Retire-
ment Home, Hampton.
Phone 352-468-2619.
NURSERY HELP
NEEDED, weed pulling,
fertilizing etc. Full time
40 hour week. Apply in
person at U S Body
Source, 1.5 miles South
of Hampton on CR 325.
COMPANY SPECIALIZ-
ING in Erosion control
now hiring the following
positions: Crewhleaders,
equipment operators, la-
borers, Class A CDL
drivers, mechanics- valid
Drivers license 4 Must!
Fax resume to 904-275-
3292 *or call 904-275-
4960, EOE.
CONSTRUCTION WORK-
ERS, helper pc.,itons
aailaole very linle ex
penence needed, full
time and part time avail-
able, some benefits. Ap-
ply in person at Autho-
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HWY 301, Hawthorne.
352-481-0008.
SALES PT or FT, high
commission, great work
environment, Bradford,
Clay, Putnam, Alachua
Counties. Call 352-475-
2089.
AP/AR CLERK must have
accounting exp, switch-
board, tag & title work.
FT, great benefits. Fax
resume to Town & Coun-
try Ford at 904-964-
3 9227.
DELIVERY/WARE-
HOUSE career opportu-
nity: We are looking for
dependable, self moti-
vated people who enjoy
working in a retail deliv-
ery/warehouse position.
If you have a valid driv-
ers license, can meet the
DOT driving require-
ments for vehicles with
GVWR greater than
10,000 lbs but less than
26,000 lbs, are able to
push, pull, lift and/or
carry material up to 100
Ibs, please consider join-
ing our team. The posi-
tion offers competitive
-:._compensation and ben-
efits package. Apply in
persoriat Farmers Fur-
niture, 835 W WalriutSt,.
Starke. Only candidates
selected for an interview
will be contacted. EOE.
CHRISTIAN RETIRE-
,MENT ECC/ALF expe.ri-
enced caregiver needed
for 3pm to 11pm shift.
First Aid/CPR, medica-
tion training provided.
Will accept applications
from CNA's. No phone
calls. Apply in person at
the Park of the Palms,
706 Palms Circle, Key-
stone FL.
CONSTRUCTION CLEAN
UP some heavy lifting
required, drivers license
and reliable transporta-
tion required, flexible
hours, Keystone,
Melrose, Starke areas.
Starting at $10 per hour.
References. Call 352-
692-4343. Information
available at
www nehnouse411 corn
.PN1RN PT day shrft No


weekends. Assist Direc-
tor of Nursing with care
of ECC/ALF residents
for doctor visits, charting,
orientation No phone
calls. Apply in person at
the Park of the Palms,
706 Palms Circle, Key-
stone FL.
MAINTENANCE/
GROUNDS/CON-
STRUCTION FT, resi-
dential licensed plumber
for Christian Retirement
Center. Apply in person
at the Park of the Palms,
706 Palms Circle, Key-
stone FL.
STARKE CITGO is looking
for help for 3rd shift,
11:00 to 7:00am. Apply
at Starke Citgo, HWY
301 next to McDonalds.
Call 904-964-5740.
CAMP counselors, life-
guards (will train),
nurses, arts/crafts direc-
tor, equestrian staff. Min.
age 18. Salary'+ meals
& housing. 6/5-7/30.
800-347-2688 or
dridgway
@girlscouts-gateway.org.
HAMPTON HOUSE
childcare is accepting
applications for a full
time Pre K teacher.
Must have CDA. Salary
to commence with expe-
rience. Pldase call 352-
468-2581 Mon- Fri 6am
to 6pm or apply in per-
son at 10228 North Divi-
sion St., Hampton.
DUMP TRUCK DRIVER


needed for local work.
Clean class B license.
Call 352-468-1512 or
352-745-6722.
EXPERIENCED LEGAL
ASST. Only exp need
apply. Mail resume to
PO Box 40, Starke FL
32091 or fax 904-964-
3796.
HEALTH EDUCATOR/
CASE MGR to provide in
home and community
diabetes and hyperten-
sion education and
monitoring throughout
Bradford and Union
Counties. PT grant
funded position for RN/
LPN or health profes-
sional with experience in
teaching, counseling,
community education.
For more information,
contact Elizabeth Gollub
at 352-313-6500 x 107
or egollub@
wellflorida.org.
CNA 32 & 40 WK. 16 bed
Alzheimer's facility for 3
11 shift. Must have 1 yr
experience with Demen-
tia patients. Apply at
Penney Retriement
Community. Contact
Carolyn Vicknair at 800-
638-3138 or 904-284-
8506. Drug Free Work
Place & EOE.
ATTENDANT 40HR Wk.
Various shifts. Apply at
Penrne; Retriement
Cpmri'unity. Contact
Norma Nichols at 800-
638-3138 or 904-284-
8506. Drug Free Work


CLASS "A" MECHANIC FOR 3rd SHIFT.
MAINTENANCE CREW. MUST HAVE MINIMUM 5
YEARS EXPERIENCE. PAY RANGES FROM
$16.96 PLUS A .26 CENT SHIFT DIFFERENTIAL
PAY. WE ARE AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY
EMPLOYER AND A DRUG FREE WORKPLACE.
WE OFFER 401K, HEALTH INSURANCE, PAID
HOLIDAYS AND VACATION.
Apply at:
GILMAN BUILDING PRODUCTS
CR 218, MAXVILLE, FL
OR FAX RESUME TO 904-289-7736.


Place & EOE.
COMPANY DRIVERS
need 25 drivers now, run
southeast only, home
every weekend, 80%
drop & hook, sign on
bonus, health & dental,
paid vacation, rider
program(immediate).
CDL/A 2 yrs OTR.
Shoreline Transporta-
tion. Call 877-208-9176.
PAY INCREASE Codriv-
ers up to.44 CPM, O/OP
up to $1.22 CPM. $2000
sign on bonus, regional
& OTR flatbed, entry
level training, lease/pur-
chase available. Arrow
Trucking, call 888-277-
6937, www.arrow
trucking.com.
DRIVERS OWNER/OP-
ERATORS base plate/
permits, company paid
cargo & liabiltiy insur-
ance, steady work, ex-
cellent pay, great home
time, class A/CDL. Na-
tional Carriers., The
Elite Fleet. Call 888-707-
7729.
DRIVERS EAGLE
TRANSPORT gets you


home every day! Eagle
Transport, one of the
nations most progres-
sive petroleum transport
carriers, offers excellent
pay (Avg. $50k +/yr) with
annual raises, great ben-
efits, holiday & sick pay,
night incentives, free
uniforms & boots, plus
outstanding home time.
(work 6 off 2 days means
scheduled weekends
off!) Paid training. Units
are parked in Gainesville
area. ClassACDI-X end.
+ tanker + 2 yrs. TT exp.
Clean MVR. Call 800-
776-9454, www.eagle
transportcorp.com.
FULL TIME JOBS jobs and
full pay/benefits in train-
ing programs for heat-
ing, engine, welding,
machine repair, engine
mechanics, HS grads to
34. Paid to relocate. Call
800-342-8123 or 800-
843-2189.
APPLICATIONS being
accepted for the execu-
tive director's position at
the Union County Hous-
ing Authority. Forward


Pepsi-Cola Delivery Drivers Wanted


Base Pay plus Commission .starting at $37,000
CDL Class A is a plus, but not Required,
LOOKING FOR A GREAT JOB GREAT
BENEFITS AND ADVANCEMiENT :,
OPPORTUNITIES

Medical. Dental
Paid Vacations 401(k)

Apply online at www.pbgcareers.com
(Select Gainesville, FL location)


NURSES ,


Be part of a team working side by side w ith other health care.
professionals. RN, LPN, & Certified Med Tech opening at
'State Prisons in North Florida including Reception NMedical
Center Lake Butler, Union Correctional Institution, Raiford,
and Florida State Prison Starke.



Exceptional Health Care Insurance
Vested Retirement after si\ years
Comprehensive State of Florida Benefit Package



Career Service Rate RN $19.69/hr. to $20.95/hr + benefits
LPN $14.74/hr to $15.68/hr + benefits

or


Per diem rates available (non-benefited positions). Per Diem
Rate RN up to $31/hr. LPNs up to $22/hr.



Starling salary based on experience



For further information contact: KathN Reed. LPN, at 904-368-
3310 or email: reed.kath) rn@mail.dc.state.fl.us or Sharon
McKinnie, R.N. at 850-922-6645, email:
mckinnie.sharon@mail.dc.state.fl.us


MAINTENANCE
POSTION for a hands
on person. Able to Work
alone with minimal su-
pervision. Must have a
valid Drivers License


and vehicle. Knowledge
of basic electric and
plumbing a plus. To ar-
range an interview sub-
mit a resume to Bradford
Terrace, 904-964-6220.


resume with qualifica-
tions to: Union County
Housing Authority, Board
of Commissioners, 715
West Main Street, Lake
Butler, Florida 32054.
Resume must be
recieved no later than
May 19, 2006 by
4:00pm.
ATTN CO. DRIVERS &
owner operators. Get
more miles than re-
gional, get more home
time than OTR. Own
your own truck today. No
down payment. No credit
check. Recruiter avail-
able, M-F & Sunday all
day, Sat am. CDL-A,
Hazmant, 1 yr exp, or 6
months with major car-
rier. Call 800-299-4744
or visit
www.theAhighway.com.
LICENSED NURSES
Bradford Terrace has
openings for full and part
time nurses. Please ap-
ply in confidence and in
person to Troy or Pam
for an immediate inter-
view. Bradford Terrace
904-964-6220.


O CUSTOMER SUPPORT
Needed Immediately

For outgoing support and sales calls. Sales,
phone, and computer experience necessary.
Smoke free environment.
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FINS FUQ


TALES

By TERRY BRADLEY
L


Howdy, folks. Let me take a
fe.w minutes to introduce
myself. My name is Terry
Bradley and I own two
sporting goods stores-Terry's
Huntin' and Fishin'-in Starke
and Macclenny. I've been
writing outdoors columns for
the Baker County Standard,
Woods and Water magazine
and Florida Outdoors for the
past 15 years.
I'll be covering the ins. and
outs of the outdoors scene in
Northeast Florida. Northeast
Florida is blessed with some of
the finest fishing and hunting
.in the state. I've been blessed
to fish just about every fishing
hole in the area and some
secret holes, the location of
which wild horses couldn't
,drag out of me.


I'm an avid hunter and bow
hunting.is my specialty. I'm
going to do my best to keep
the fine folks of Bradford
County and the surrounding
area up to date with what's
happening on the outdoors
scene.
Our area is blessed with
plenty of lakes and rivers and
we're in prime time for
catching fish. Bass fishing has
been excellent this year and
bass continue to spawn in area
waters.
Lake Santa Fe has plenty of
water and has been excellent
for bass and specks this year.
The spring-fed lake is a
favorite for tournament anglers
and speck fishermen have
caught some whopper specks
this year.


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among local anglers. They all
hold excellent populations of
specks, bass and bream.
My favorite lake around,
Hampton Lake, is another
excellent choice. This lake has
little pressure because you
have to back your boat
approximately 200 yards to
launch it. Hampton Lake is
loaded with monster bass. It
also holds a good population
of specks and bream.
Lake Alto is one of the
prettiest lakes around. It has
every cover a bass fisherman
dreams of. If you can't find a
hole to cast into, you need to
take up basket weaving. The
lake has plenty of bass, specks
and bream.
Everyone knows about
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but Camp Blanding also has
two other lakes-Lowery and
Magnolia. These lakes have
been closed since 9-11. If they
ever open up again, the fishing;
should be nonstop.
You don't hear much'about
New River, but the folks who.


Charlie Mosley knows when the fish are biting. Above are two bass weighing 9.5
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I'll catch up with you on the
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Travis Wynn landed
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fish it know all about the
double-handed redbreast and
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The Santa Fe and Suwannee
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life expectancy of a cricket
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these rivers is less than a nano
second.
These are just a few of the
many fishing holes I'll be
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Clyatt wins
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Other area lifters
are waiting to see if
they will compete at
FHSAA Finals

BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Donnie Clyatt was the only
lifter from Bradford, Keystone
Heighis or Union County who'
knew for sure he was going to'
the Florida High School
Athletic 'Association
Weightliftirig :Finals after his
performance at the 3-A
sectional meet April'5 in St.
Augustine.
Clyatt won the 129-pound
class for Union with a 220-
pound bench press and a 205-
pound clean and jerk for a 425-
pound total, assuring himself a
spot irrn- the FHSAA Finals,"
which x ill be Friday, April 21,.
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sectional meets throughout the
state qualified for the finals.
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determined b''taking'the lifters'
with the nine'bes'i tbtals'in
each class of the sectional
meets combined. Those
remaining qualifiers had not
been determined by the
FHS,-AA by press time.
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would appear, to have a shot at
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in the top four at tfhe sectional
meet, while Bradford and
Keystone had two "and. five
lifters, respectively, place in
the top four. "'
Keystone "had three lifters
finish as runtiers-up in their
weight classes': Jesse. Vasquez
in the 129-pound class (205-
pound bench'plress, 225-pound
.clean and jerk, 430-pound
total), Randy Da% ids in the
154-pound class '(245-pound
bench press, 255-pound clean,
and jerk, 500-pound total) and
Sam Theisen in the 183-poundg
class (285-pound bench press,'
270-pound clean and jerk, 555-.
pound total). '
Kevin Alexander (219-,
pound class) 'was a runner-up.
for Union with a 335-pound
bench press and a 285'-pound
clean and jerk for a 620-pound
total, while Bradford's Chris"
Plemons was runrier-up in the.
119-pound class with ,a 195-.,
pound, bench press and a 150-'
pound clean and jerk for a 345-'
pound total...
Jack Taylor of Keystone was
third in the 239-pound class.-
He had a bench press of 300'
pounds and a clean arid jerk of
.275 pounds .for a,-7p9Y,
tg.tal -.
Keystone also had a fourth-
place finisher in Jeremy'
Thompson (heavywNeight). He,
had a 3-15-pound bench press%
and a 250-pound clean, and
jerk for a 595-pount total.
Also placing fourth were.
Bradford's Glenn Velasquez,'
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press and a 155-pound blean,
4nd jerk for a 305-pound total,:
and Union's Ricky Westfall'
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and jerk for a 535-pound total.
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Softball
districts start
next week
.. BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
The Bradford,. Keystone
Heights and Union' County
... oftball teams begin their quest
for district championships next
week, with Bradford and
..Union serving as host sites for
tournaments.
Union is hosting the District
7-3A tournament, which
begins Monday, April 17, with
a game between the fourth and
fifth .seeds, Union' and
Crescent City, at 5 p.m. ':- ..-.
.On Tuesday, April. 18,
Interlachen and Pierson
Taylor, the second and third
seeds, play at 5 p.m., while top
seed -Keystone plays the
Union-Crescent City winner at
7 p.m.
The championship game will
be played Thursday, April 20,
at 6 p.m.
The District 3-4.A'
tournament is being hosted by
Bradford and will begin April
18. Third seed Suwannee will
play sixth seed Baker County
at 5 p.m., followed by fourth
seed Bradford playing fifth
seed Middleburg at 7 p.m.
On April 20, second seed
Ridgeview will play the
Suwannee-Baker County
winner at 5 p.m., while top
seed Santa Fe awaits the
Bradford-Middleburg winner
at 7 p.m.
The championship game will
be played Friday, April 21, at 7
p.m.

KH softball
team homers
twice in win
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer


Kellie Spaulding and Kasey
Fagan each hit a home run as
the Keytsone Heights softball.
team traveled to Ocala and
defeated Forest 4-2 April 7.
Spaulding broke a .1-all tie
with a two-run shot in the third
inning. Fagan followed that up
with a lead-off homer in the
fourth as the Indians improved
their record to 13-7.
Keystone's,first run cameim
the second when a single by
Kim Russell scored Becca
Heavrin.
Heavrin was a courtesy
runner for Fagan, who singled
and finished the game 2-for-2
at the plate. Dani Suit was 2-
for-3.
Fagan (7-4) earned the win
on the mound, giving up seven'
hits and striking out five.
The Indians played Clay
April 10 and Santa Fe April
11. On Thursday, April 13,
Keystone closes out the regular
season by hosting Ridgeview
at 7 p.m.

Earlier results:

Interlachen 4 KH 0
Keystone capped- regular-
season play in District 7-3A
with a 4-0 loss, to ".visiting
Interlachen, but the loss' had no
effect on the Indians' seeding
for next week's district
tournament. -
Kathy Smith, Keystone's
head coach, said her team was
simply outplayed by
Interlachen. The Indians had
runners on second and third
twice in the game and failed to
score.
Keystone only had four hits.


,, Still,-it,was the only loss
suffered by the Indians in the
district. They are the number
one seed in. the tournament,
which-starts Monday, April 17,
in Lake Butler (see related
story).

KH 8 Baldwin 2 '
Baldwin hit a two-run homer
in the .top of the first, but that
xwas all the visiting Indians
could muster against the host
Indians as Keystone won 8-2
on April 6.
Keystone erased the deficit
in the second by scoring four
runs. Ryan Story's single
scored Russell, who reached
on an error .Another error
.scored Megan Poupard before
Story scored on a single b.
'Sam Sibley.
Michelle Houser scored the
fourth run on a fielder's choice
on a ball hit by Spaulding.
Houser singled in the fourth,
followed by a single by Sibley.
The 'Baldwin fielder let
Sibley's.,hit roll past her,
enabling Houser to score,
which put Keystone up 5-2.
In the sixth, Houser, who
was 3-for-4, singled again. She
scored on a single b\
Spaulding, with Baldw in
committing another error on,
the play. Spaulding later
scored on an error and Karlyn
Reddish scored on a single by
Fagan.
Fagan, Sibley and Spaulding
were each .2-for-4.
MaryAnne McCall (6-3)
earned the win. allowing six
hits and striking out four.

Explosive
offense


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph. Staff Writer
It was a game that featured
six home runs, all but two of
which came off the ends of
Keystone Heights bats as .the
Indians defeated host
-Interlachen 16-2 'April 7 to
improve to 6-1 in District 6-
-3A.
Lans Hardin hit two home
runs and was 4-for-4 for the
Indinas (10-9 'prior to April
I 1). Hardin, whq also ,had a
doubledyrove in.five run... -.
David, Tqrmas, had four
RBI, going 2-for-4 "with a
home:runr.and double, while
Anthony Giurate, who was 2-
for-3, had the Indians' other
homer. Giurate had twp RBI.
.. In all, Keystone batters had
18 hits. Wil Bireton was 3-for-5
with two RBI, Tyson Paul was
2-for-4 with a triple and an
RBI, and Blake Lott was 2-for-
4 with an RBI.
While' the Keystone bats
were lighting things up, the
team's pitchers were shutting
the Rams down. Winning
pitcher Thomas (4-3) gave up
four 'hits, two of which were
back-to-back homers in the
fourth, in five.innings. Thomas
struck out six and allowed just
one walk.
Giurate pitched the final
Sinning, giving up no hit's.
SKeystone wrapped up
regular-season district play
Tuesday against Union County
and hosted; Buchholz .April 12.
'On Thursday, April. 13, the
'Indians host Iroquois.(N.Y.) at
-4:30'p.m: .. ....
The Indians then travel to
Orange- Park to play
Ridgeview Monday, April 17,
at 3 p.rni before, returning
'home to play Episcopal
. Tuesday, April 18, at-6:30 p.m.
Earlier result:


KH 3 Crescent City 2
Three pitchers combined to
allow one hit while tlte
Keystone offense took
advantage of errors to record a
3-2 win over district opponent
Crescent City April 4 in
Crescent City.
The only hit allowed by
Keystone pitchers was a two-
run homer in the fourth inning
that tied thq game at 2-all.
That was the score in the
seventh when Keystone's
Clayton Mosley reached on an
error, stole second and moved
to third on an infield grounder.
An error at third base on a ball
hit by Tyler Richardson
allowed Mosley to score the
winning run.
It was the same story in the
first and fourth innings for
Keystone when batters scored
after reaching on errors.
Richardson did so in the first
and eventually scored when
Crescent City committed an
error on a hit by Thomas to the
shortstop.
In the fourth, Thomas
reached on an error, making it
to second. He scored on a
single by Hardin that'put the
Indians up 2-0.
While Crescent City's
defense was suspect, the
Indians were making solid
plays in the field, including
turning a triple play in the first
when Crescent City had
runners on first and second.
Paulk. at shortstop, caught a
line dri\e, then threw to
Richardson at second for the
second out. Richardson threw
to Hardin at first to complete
the play and get out of the
inning.

BHS tennis


end season,
It has been a struggle for the
Bradford tennis teams this
season, but they have played
well as the regular season
concludes this week.
The boys and girls teams
combined have lost six
matches by 4-3 scores.
Mitchel Dubolsky, the
number-two seed on the boys
team, has had a good season in
compiling an 8-3 record. Two
of his losses occurred..jin
tiebreakers against Pedro
Menendez and Ridgeview.
Coach Sue Triest said
Dubolsky works hard all the
time, and added that number-
one seed Brad Melvin has
improved a lot in each match.
Eli Hamilton and Matt Weaver
have also improved and Ben
Crews has %worked hard to be
the fifth seed, Triest said.
The girls team has struggled,
but Triest said the players are
very interested in improving.


BMS football
tryouts start
May 1
Tryouts for the Bradford
Middle School football team.
for next year's seventh- and
eighth-graders. \sill begin
Monday, May I.
Players must turn physical
into coach Robbie Best by
Friday, April 2 I.


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 and
2 (the age determining date is
May 30, 2006, though
exceptions will be made for.
children who have completed
kindergarten and who will be 6


this summer). The camp runs
_nine.weeks (through July 28),
Mondays-Fridays.
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
microwavable foods.
Children may be dropped off


at 7 a.m. and picked, up
promptly at 6 p.m. Fees witbe
assessed if a child is not picked
up by this time. "
For more information on
camp rules and requirements,
please call the Starke
Recreation Department at
(904) 964-6792.

What is defeat? Nothing
but education; nothing but
the first step to something
better.
-Wendell Phillips

The greatest test of
courage on earth is to bear
defeat without losing heart.
-Robert G. Ingersoll


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