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Creation Date: April 12, 2007
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USPS 648-200 Three Sections Lake Butler, Florida Thursday, April 12, 2007


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v,., Lake Butler approves new itinerant car sale fees


Public meetings
SBoard of County
Commissioners -
\M inl,.\ April 16, at 7
p.m. in Rin. 101 at the
Union County
Courthouse. Prior to the
meeting at 6:55 p.m., a
neein meeting will be
h!Id For more
i.i.,.ni.i.m., call (386)
496-4241.
SUnion Count) School
Board Wednesday,
\p1l', 18, at 1:30'p.m. in
the district's meeting
room, located at the
corner of Lake Avenue
and S.W Sixth-Streetin .
Lake Butler. This is a
special meeting to
discuss the district's
accreditation. For more
information, call (386)-,
496-2045.

April 13 benefits,
Project Grad
Dinners to support the
Project Grad event for the
2007 ,liaduating, seniors
will be on sale Friday,.
April 13.
If anyone -uould like to
purchase a dinner. the. can
see. Cind\ MNlddo\ at-
Union Count' High School.
Cindy Howell at Lake
Butler Middle School or
Denise Ricks at Lake
Butler Elementar5 School-.,

VFW sets steak
night April 13
."ke Butler VF\\ :Post -
10082 will host a steak'
dinner on Frida., April 13.
from 5 to 7 p.m. "'
Steak dinners will
include baked beans, baked
'potatoes and dessert. A $10
donation u ill be accepted.
A 50/50 drawing will-
also be held, and.
participants do not have to
be present to %in. Come
support your local VFW
post. For to go orders,
please call (386) 496-3263.

Woman's Club
offers $500
scholarship-
Lake Butler Wonman's
Club is offering a
scholarship for a female
resident of Uinion County to
attend an accredited
university or college in the
state of Florida. The
scholarship will pay $500
to the individual.
If interested in applying,
you can pick up an
application- .packet from
Bobbie Morgan at the
'Union County School
Board Office, 55 S.W;
Sixth St., Lake Butler.
All applications must be
submitted by Friday, April.
13,

April 15 marks.
Old Providence
Baptist Church's
homecoming
Old Providence Baptist,
Church will have its
homecoming celebration on
Sunday, April 15.
The group "Delivered"
will begin singing at 10:30 .
a.m. The preaching service,
featuring Andy Cook, will
begin at 11:30 a.m.
Following the service,
dinner will be served on the
grounds. There will be no
evening service. Everyone
is invited.

Veterans services
lists office hours
Union County Board of
Commissioners has hired a
new veterans services officer,
B rbara Fischer.
[he veterans services office
hours have changed to
Wednesday from 4:30-7 p.m.
at the county commission
office, 15 N.E. First St. For
more information, call Fischer
at (386) 496-4248.


BY LINDSEY KiRKTLAND-
Times Editor
In a 5-0 vote Monday night,
the Lake Butler City
Commission approved new
fees for itinerant vehicle sales
a;nd put this into a separate
category in its licensing
ordinance.
City Manager Richard Tillis
said the city has had three
requests recently for temporary
car sales within the city. It has
permitted two to operate.
The permit fee is only $200
for businesses of these types to
come in, operate for a weekend
or short period of time and
then leave.


The Union County
High School team
recently won its
state competition.

BY LINDSEY KIRKLAND
Times Editor.
The Lake Butler Sr. FFA
Chapter at Union County High
School is knbwn for its crntest
iris ind received national
recognition in 2002 0%hen its
Poultry Judging Team becarnei
natiilnal champions.
This Near. t he
team-Michelle Starling.-
Daile Giebeig. Zach Sv'.eat.
Kenzie Jones, Melissa Dukes
and Lillie Emmelhainz-think
thex are the team to bring the
national championship troph-,
back to Union Count,,.
The team. under [thie
leadership of. agriculture
teacher Da\ki Harris, v.on the
state piouiltr judging
competition on March 31,
% which \ as held at the
.LiUniersity of Florid3
Not onkl did the, ,v. in, but as
team member Emmelhainz put
it, W e complete e l
dominated."
.The- team beat the other 12
teams by 210( points, the-
highest margin a team has ever
won by, Harris said. Even the
2002 national championship
team onl\ won b) a margin of
104 points.
Out of a perteci score of
2,100 points. Lake Butler team
Scored 1.996 points
The 2007 State Poultrm
Career Deelopment E'.ent. as
it is known. also ranks ihe high
scoring mndi\ duals from a
possible 71U0.poini,


These bifsinfesses do- not
have to pay taxes locally and
take potential business away
from local vehicle sales, Tillis
said
"It puts them (local
businesses) at a disadvantage,"
he said.
He felt in order to best
protect citizens-who would
have little or no recourse if a
vehicle was malfunctioning
because the car -dealerships
could be long distances
axway-and to protect local
merchants, it was best to
establish-a new category in the
city's itinerant (no store front)
business ordinance, as well as


_a fee.
Tillis recommended the
occupational license fee be
$1,500 and $250 per day for
each day the business was in
operation.
Commissioner LeRoy
Stalvey, however, said if the
other commissioners had no
disagreement, he would rather
make it $1,700 and $300 per
day. After discussion and the
vote, all agreed and approved
Stalvey's recommendation.
The new fees will only apply
to temporary vehicle'sales, and
licenses will be issued every
time a seller holds an event.
The license will not be issued


on a yearly basis so the
temporary vehicle sales will
have to obtain a -icense every-
time they wish to hold a sale
within the city limits..
"It kind of leveled the
playing field," Tillis said of the
new licensing category and
fee.

Other city news
After the city of Lake Butler
approved- a $225,000
FEM.A.'Homeland Security
grant last month for a new
Lake Butler Volunteer
Fire'Rescue fire truck, t%%o
bids v.erc received.
The c it) notedd to award the


Gators who? FFA members are 2007 state

champion Poultry Judging Team


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(L-R) Michelle Starling, Dayle Glebeig, Zach Sweat, Kenzie Jones, Melissa Dukes
and Lillie Emmelhainz make up the Poultry Judging Team of the Lake Butler Sr.
FFA Chapter. These students, along with their adviser/coach David Harris, have
studied chickens for months, and it paid off for them when they became the state
champion Poultry Judging Team.


In another first, four of the
tea'm-"members whose'scores~
are counted, were the top four
high individuals ,'Lit of all of
the teams. The)v, ere Sweat
with 6bi) points, Emmelhainz
with 667, Dukes with 649 and
Jones with 631.
Teams are judged on their
official dress, a written exam
and their examination of
interior, eggs, exterior eggs
(graded like you would see.
marked on the egg carbon it


the grocery store), two classes
of white leghorn past
production hens, poultry parts
identification and ready-to-
cook carcasses.. The team
members 'also had to give a
speech on hy the;, ranked
past pi'-.ductin hens as the\
did. .
All 'were given full marks 'n1
their appearance. Other notable
achievements the students
made were:
Emmelhainz -'a perfect


Bradford County sheriff


announces run for state office


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Bradford County Sheriff
Bob Milner

BY MARK J. CRAWFORDI
T,' .ral'hi Edii, 'r
Brradtord Count\ Sheriff
Bob Milner is. running for a
seat in the state legislature.
Milner, 53, has thrown his
hat in the ring to seek the
District 12 seat in the Florida
House of Representatives.
District 12 includes all or
part of Baker, Bradford, Clay,
Duval, Nassau and Union
.counties. Rep. Aaron Bean,
who will be leai ing the office
next year due to term limits,


currently holds the seat.
"It seemed like a logical step
for me at this time in my life,"
Milner said. "I am privileged
to have .many longtime friends
and supporters in, Union
County and this gives me an
opportunity to represent them
at another level."
He credited Bean with being
a strong advocate for north
Florida and said he would like'
to continue Bean's legacy of
conservative leadership.
With Bean leaving office, he
said it was now possible for
someone from, this area to have
a "legitimate shot" at
representing the district in
Tallahassee. ,
After four runs for sheriff as
a Democrat, Milner is seeking
the Republican nomination in
the District 12 House race. The
Republican Party is where his
heart is, he said, and. he
became a Democrat only after
being convinced that's what it
would take to be elected
sheriff in Bradford County.
Once that last election was
over, Milner said he officailly
returned to the GOP.
Democrats have little power
in the Florida Legislature,
Milner said, so the area will be
better served by. having a
Republican in office.
"I will be a progressive yet
conservative voice who is
accessible, responsive and
accountable," Milner said. He


explained he is conservative on
finance and family values,
progressive in representing the
disadvantaged and
'downtrodden. .
As legislative .chairman
.againthis year for the Florida
Sheriff's Association, Milner
has spent a lot of time in the
capital'and said he's familiar
with the issues, from keeping
taxes low and fair to protecting
the area's water.
He named reducing
unfunded state .mandates in
areas like growth management
and school expansion as a
priority because those,
mandates on local governments
"leave local taxpayers footing
the bill."
"Rural- North Florida is
experiencing unprecedented.
growth, and we must ensure
the state of Florida responds to
those needs," according to the
sheriff. "I know that every vote
I take in Tallahassee will have
a lasting "effect on all of
Florida's families."
Milner said he is not a one-
issue candidate, however, and
while the issues change from
year to year, his goal will be to
represent the best interests of
the majority of citizens in
District 12 in whatever issues
arise.
At least two others plan to'
seek -the Republican
nomination, local resident
Mark Santiago, who ran for a


score on exterior eggLs.
* S'.eat arid Einmelhainz
perfect scores on
placing first class of
past production hens: .
* Sweat. Jones and Dukes
-pertect scores on
placing second jlass of
Past production hens
* S%,eat. Dukes and
Emmelhairinz perfect]
scores on parts
identificatiionr,


bid to E-One of Ocala..for
.$225,000. Even though
another company, Pierce, bid
$10,000 lower, Tillis and Fire
'Chief Mike Banks
recommended accepting E-
One's bid.
'E-One's fire truck gave more
storage room, controls similar
to current firetrucks, a flat
floor space .to carry a stretcher
if ever needed and more room
for firefighters. The truck will
be an E-One VT04 custom-
built pumper with a custom
fouf-door chassis and is
estimated to .arrive in
appro imaiel,, six to eight
months..


Sweat perfect score on
ready-to-cook carcasses.
Emmelhainz perfect
score on oral reasons.
The team prepared for state
competition for approximately
four months.
Team members created
many cheers about
Harris-h..: .he was the best
and hov. he drilled chicken
facts into their heads.
"He e\en made us cry,"
Dukes joked.
For months the team has
eaten: chicken, looked at
chicken, poked and prodded
chickens and even dreamt
about chickens.
Emmelhaijnz said her fellow
teammate,, Sweat, has told of
waking up in the middle of the
night reciting random chicken
facts.
"The team cheers and jokes
are widespread. but when it
comes d:,n to it, their
closeness in study ing has
helped them ',.in the state title.
"We're a family Jones said
The Poultr,. Judging Team
% on the first state
championship for the chapter
in t%\.o 'ears and brought the
total state po ultry y
championships to 14 out of the
last 17 competitions.
The team v.,ill be recognized
at the 79'" Florida FFA State
Convention arid will compete
for the national championship
in October in Indinapolis
If the\ bring hone the
national title. the sil-member
team will be one of only two
teams ('ihe other was the 2002
Lake Butler Poultry Judging
Team) to win a championship
in p'oillir for the state of
Florida.


School board absorbs

S11% insurance rate hike


BY LINDSEY KIRKLAND
Times Editor
The Union Counti School
Board voted 4-0 (Board
member George Green Jr. was
not present at the meeting)
Tuesday to pay for. an 11
percent insurance increase so
this rate. hike would not be
passed on to its employees.
-School board members
approved the .2007-2008
District Benefit Plan, which
will keep the district's two.
health insurance coverage plan
benefits and premiums the
same as this year.
District Finance Director
Mike Shockley originally
brought information to the
board months ago that s4id in
his discussion with the
district's provider, Blue Cross
and Blue Shield, insurance
premiums were expected to


seat on the Starke City
Commission last year, and
Janet Adkins, a member of the
Nassau County School Board.
The successful candidate in
the Republican primary would
face any Democratic
- opposition in the general
election in November 2008.
Jeff Oody, president of
Capital City Bank in Starke


increase by 22.48 percent.
Shockley negotiated with the
company to lower this rate to
an 11 percent increase.
The district could have
passed 5 to 10 percent of this
increase onto its employees,
saving itself approximately
$25,000 to $50,000.
If .a Union County School
District employee had either of
the two options, he or she
would have to pay an increase
of $1,581.24 or $1,515.60 for
2008, depending on what type
of plan the employee had.
Instead, the board will
absorb the 1 I' percent increase
that will be in effect for both
of the district's two health
insurance plan options.
Board member Allen Parrish
commended Shockley and the
district staff for working hard
to get the rate so low.


and Keystone Heights, has
been designated as Milner's
campaign treasurer, and an
announcement regarding the
other members of his
campaign team will be coming
in a few months.
Including his 14 years as

See MILNER, p. 5A


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Page2A UNION COUNTY TIMES April 12, 2007


Forestry, fire departments warn of dry conditions, fire hazards


BY LINDSEY KIRKLAND
Times Editor
The drought index currently
measures in the high 400s,
where 800 is desert-like
conditions, and forestry and
fire department officials warn
that if no substantial rain is
received soon, a burn ban may
be placed in effect for Union
County.
Last Thursday night, a
wildfire began in industrial
timberland on 238 North, near
Dowling Lake, according to
Division of Forestry's Union
County Forester Jay Tucker.
The fire is approximately
380 acres of land that is mostly
swampy conditions.
He said the fire is almost
entirely contained, but Forestry
and Union County emergency
services are working to fight
flare-ups in spots.
"We've got a good handle on
it," he said.


Tucker said the county fire
department and others within
the county have been "a lot of
help with anything we need."
The cause of the fire is not
known at this time, but Tucker
said agriculture investigators
do know where it began and
were investigating the cause as
of press time Tuesday.
While Bradford County has
a burn ban and forestry is
working on some old fires
there, Union County has not
had a burn ban up to this point.
Union County Fire
Department director Allen
Parrish said emergency
officials have been trying to
avoid a burn ban so as to not
take rights away from citizens
to burn on their own land.
Both Parrish and Tucker
agreed that if the area did not
get some substantial rain, a
burn ban may have to be
issued.


Lake Butler approves

manager's contract


BY LINDSEY KIRKLAND
Times Editor
Lake Butler City
Commission voted 5-0
Monday to approve the city
manager contract for John D.
Berchtold.
Berchtold was one of the top
three candidates for city
manager that were interviewed
by the commissioner, city
attorney and city staff out of
almost 30 applicants.
Berchtold's contract is set up
similar to current City
Manager Richard Tillis' with
some minor changes.
The salary was set at
$60,000 to increase by. 10
percent to $66,000 September
1. Another increase will be
considered during 2008-2009
budget meetings. Salary
includes a $4,200 insurance
supplement given to all
emplo. ees.
Another provision of the


Brannen
Family will
have reunion...
April 15
Descendants of Benjamin and
Tempa Brannen will have a
reunion on Sunday, April 15,
at Mt. Zion, Church in Lake
Butler.
Bring a covered dish. Lunch
\ ill be served at approximately
12:30 p.m. Plates, cups,
silverware, napkins and ice will
be furnished.


Cooking, health
classes for cancer
prevention set for
April and May
The Bradford County Health
Department and The Cancer
Project will be sponsoring a
Food for Life Nutrition and
Cooking Class Series for;
cancer prevention and survival
on Thursday, April 25, and,
May 2, 9 and 16, from 5:30-


contract is that the city will
pay a portion of Berchtold's
relocation costs from
Michigan, where he currently
is employed.
Commissioners voted as part
of the contract to give him
$5,000 toward moving
expenses from Michigan to
Lake Butler. If Berchtold
decides to relocate from
temporary housing once he
gets to Lake Butler, he-will
have to do so at his own
expense.
The contract specifies that
he will work as a "city
manager designee." He will
work with the current city
:manager until Tillis retires on
:Aug. 31.
Berchtold is set to start in
Lake Butler on May 17. He
will assume full city manager
duties on Sept. 1.
Look fort a full profile on
Berchlold in future issues of
the Times.


6:30 p.m. at the Bradford
County Health Department.
These classes are free and
a ailable to Union Co4int
re idents Each claim. iniclude-. a
' 'lO-'r- min e 'trit,i bi' video
followed by a 45-minute
cooking demonstration and
sampling of the food prepared.
Classes are open to cancer
survivors, friends, family or
anyone interested in cancer
prevention and healthy eating.
The following dates and
topics include:
April 25 Fueling up on
Low-Fat Foods/Favoring
Fiber.
May 2 Discovering Dairy
Alternatives / Replacing Meat.
May 9 Planning Healthy
Meals/Antioxidants and
Phytochemicals.
May 16 Immune Boosting
Foods / Maintaining a Healthy
Weight.
SPlease contact Joe
Pietrangelo at (386) 496-321
to register and for more
information.


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POSTMASTER: Send address changes to:
UNION COUNTY TIMES
125 E. Main Street Lake Butler, FL 32054
Web address: UCTimesonline.com
(386) 496-2261
John M. Miller, Publisher
n Trade Area Editor: ULindsey Kirkland
Sports Editorn Cliff Smelley
Advertising; Kevin Miller
Don Sams
Darlene Douglass
. Typesetting: Joalyce Graharn


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Parrish said, "If we don't
receive some heavy rain in
eight to 10 days, we'll have a
burn ban.".
A way to avoid the ban is for
residents to avoid burning or to
burn responsibly.
Parrish said the landfill will
take yard debris free of charge
so residents do not have to
burn it.
Tucker 'said. "If you don't
have to (burn), don't. If you do,
don't leave it."
He said people leaving fires
unattended is a major cause for
wildfires in the area.
Three small (a half acre or
less) fires have been caused by
residents leaving their fires
unattended and others from the
fire simply spreading because
of heavy wind.
Because of quick responding
firefighters, no homes were
damaged, but it could have
easily went the other way if the
wind would have been blowing
toward the homes.
Recent rain should not give
people a false sense of
security, Tucker said.
Because of the already dry


conditions expected until June,
it would take inches of rain on
top of a normal rainfall to
lower the risk.
"Be careful," he said. "It's
extremely dry."
He said the humidity for this
time of year is normally at 40
to 45 percent. The last forestry
forecast marked humidity in
the teens.
"That's extremely rare," he
said.
At that humidity, a flick of a
cigarette out a car window
could spark a wildfire.
According to a press release
from Florida Agriculture and.
Con s.u mer Services
Commissioner Charles
Bronson, "People are the major
cause of wildfires in Florida,
whether it is the crime of
arson, escaped fire from land
clearing, children
experimenting with matches or
an unattended yard fire. People
are responsible for 85 percent
of all Florida wildfires."
Tucker ,recommended the
following tips if burning was
necessary:
Keep trash piles small.


Near the 300-
acre fire in the
swampy area
near C.R. 238 N
and Dowling
Lake, motorists
are warned to
be aware of
smoky.
conditions.




Dig lines around the
fire.
Keep water hoses and
other tools handy to
man the fire.
Keep fires away from
homes and occupied
structures.
Notify forestry Ain
advance if doing


prescribed burns.
Since Jan. 1, the Division of
Forestry has responded to 516
wildfires that have burned
31,470 acres.
Bronsoh said, "We all need
to be sure that our carelessness
does not create a wildfire that
endangers the property of
others."


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April 12, 2007 UNION COUNTY TIMES Page 3A


Large crowd attends Parent Orientation Night for academies


BY LINDSEY KIRKLAND
Times Editor
On Monday, eighth-graders
from Lake Butler Middle
School were able to preview
the four academies that will be
offered at Union County High
School next year.


Then on Tuesday, their
parents, as well as parents of
ninth-graders, were able to get
the same information at the
Academy Parent Night.
Half of the UCHS
auditorium was filled with
, parents eager to learn about the


DESIGN


best options for their children.
Principal Alex Nelson
introduced the academy
directors-Lori Howard
(health), Gene Black
(construction), Stacy Worrell
(business) and Beth Moore
(teacher cadet), who each gave


Senior Mallory Wise (left) tells eighth-graders Monday what she liked and didn't
like about her health class, while teachers Lori Howard and Mary Jackson listen.


Sgt. Gene Black (left) talks to eighth-grade students (I-r) Sean Lobenthal, Miles
Willis, Michael Howell, Justin Tyson, Delmonte Givens, Jason Archer and Destiny
Young about joining the construction academy.


AT RIGHT: Rebekah
Yarbrough (left) was in
,t,,jhe Teacher Cadet,
Academy this year with
instructor (right) Beth
Moore. It was the only
academy to begin this
year. Yarbrough said
that she ruled out
being a teacher.


Pre-K program
now available
If your child is entering
kindergarten this fall, there is a
voluntary pre-K program for
those who turn 5 on or before
Sept. 1,2007.
If your child participated in
the VPK program at any of the
following locations, they are
not eligible: Little Rainbows
Learning Center, Tiger's Den
Day Care or Lake Buttler
Elementary School.
If your child did not attend
any of these programs, they are
eligible to participate. Please
call"Trish Ranard at (386) 496-
3047 for more details.
Sons of
Confederate Vets
to meet April 12
Sons of Confederate
Veterans, Camp 1463 Battle of
Olustee, meets today, April 12,


at 7 p.m. at the Lake City-
Columbia County Historical
Museum in Lake City, 157
S.E. Hernando Ave.
Contact Camp Adjutant E.J.
Stanley at spectorl @alltelnet
for further information.
Library holds
storvtime
The Union County Public
Library Spring Storytime


Program entitled "April
Showers Bring May Flowers"
will be held today, Thursday,
April 12, at 10 a.m.
Pre-schoolers can enjoy the
storytime program ;ach
Wednesday and Thursday at
10 a.m. Next week's program
will be April 18 and 19, "Let's
Go to the Beach."
All programs are free and
open to the public. For details,
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a brief presentation on what
the academies would .entail and
the benefit of the program;.
Nelson said, "It's gong to be
great for kids."
The academies will offer
certifications and real-world
experience that will give
students a rigorous curriculum
and relevance to how they can
use the information in the real
world.
A common question, or
complaint rather, that comes
from students is that they do
not know how they will use the
skills and lessons taught at
school out in the "real world"
after high school.
In an environment where the
mission is for students to excel
in school and beyond, the
academies 'partner the school
with the community to teach
students relevant skills that get
them higher paying jobs and
industry certifications.
The health academy, Health
Occupations Technology, or
HOT for short, will expose
students to the field of
medicine, which is a "hot"
field for jobs right now,
Howard said.
In the academies, students
will use the four-year program.
as a chance to further
themselves in school and in
their jobs after high school.
Nelson thanked the school
board members and district
staff, including Bobbie
Morgan, for their hard work on
getting a grant approved to
implement the academies.
After the group session in
the auditorium, parents and
*students could visit each of the
academy directors to see a
presentation on a particular
academy.
Parents could meet with
Nelson and guidance
counselors to get their
questions answered on the best
possible education for their
children.
If you are a parent or student
who missed this opportunity,
please contact the academy
directors' by the end of the
.week, as applications -and
recommendations' for the
academy are soon due.
For construction, contact
Gene Black at (386) 496-4162
or blackw@union.kl2.fl.us.
For business, contact Stacy
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Business
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director Stacy
Worrell gives a
presentation.to
parents Tuesday
night on what
their students
can learn in the
academy called
"The Biz." Her
academy
presentation
was set up in. ,
the theme of a
mini-theater
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Lake Butler Elementary School names its honor roll students


Lake Butler Elementary School second-graders making straight A's during the
third nine weeks were (front, I-r) Morgan Eddy, Maggie Lennon, Sydney Snowden,
Tyrus Cook, Daniela Pickering, Matthew Jobin, Dalton Kitler, Deanna Olin, (back)
Samantha Redmond, Hannah Cooke, Ciara Kearns, Nicholas Crane, Jordan
Snyder, Lauren Eaton and Lane Griffis. Photo and information provided by LBES'


Tammy Wilkerson.


Congratulations 'to the
following Lake Butler
Elementary School students
who made the A-B honor roll
for the third nine weeks:

Fourth grade
Devin Chavarria, Jamira
Henderson, Natahja Lee,
Johnathan Stuart, Brenan
Clyatt, Caleb Cox, Stephanie
Godwin, Parker Hodgson,
Aaron Horn, Somer Levels,
Cody Miller, Brandi
Whitehead, Preston Wilson,
Anthony Betancourt,
Makayla Eibach, Elizabeth
Neilson, Robbie Parrish,
Victoria Vinci, Shelby
Wilkerson, Chris Thornton,
Kayla Andrews, Hunter Ash,
Shelbie Barber, Edward
Bernas, Ethan Box, Brody
Brooker, Cheyenne Bryan,
Lilly Combs, Brooke
Parrish, Amanda Russell,
Tristyn Southerland, Ty
Adkins, Michael Bryant,
Aubrey Carr, Selena
Chavarria, Mikal Erwin,
Shenell Fraizer, Malory
Lemay, Josh Ruby,
Brandon Ames, Keldric
Bradley, Austin Crews, Alyssa
Davison, Logan Elixson,
Taylor Rowell, Kelsie Smith,
Andrew Veara, Chase
Wilkerson, Kaleb Dubose,
Kaitlyn Holmes, Brittany
Howard, Alex Robinson,
Joshua, Starlini. Madison
T horfftoniQusz.i h-'l alk'in.,
.Acni.brn--C'raw-ford, MAlk :
LewTh'. Miiagain Sellers,
Wesley Smith and Sarah
Starling.

Third grade
Colby Bridgman, Fredrick
Carter, Jesstin Castillo,
Morgan Czarnecki, Max
Fisher, Karsyn Jenkins,
LaTiyah McDonald, Valerie
Seay, Brandy Temes, Luke
Crawford, Daryl Watkins,
Courtney Cristi,
Michelle Johnson, Mallory
Young, Clay Halle, Meagan
Adkins, Morgan Payne, Kyle
Taylor, Wyatt ,Williams,
Chesney O'Hern, Aleya I
Mendez, Phillip Brown,
Kinedy Johnson, Francisco
Gomez, Treyce Hersey,
Ashley Holt, Shelby
McDowell, McKenzie Mobley,
Montana Parrish, Emilee
Southwell, Nolan Ward, Lexi
Whitehead, Allie Hedman,
Joshua Smith, Carly Shaw,
Latia Jackson, Latavia
Jackson, Erika Rogers;
Lacey Edgley, McKinsey I


LBES
kindergarten
Super Students
for the third nine
weeks were
Timmy Zwowski,
Carson
Harrison, and'
(not pictured)
Johnathan Giles
and Jareth
Touchstone.


Second-graders making straight A's for the third nine weeks at Lake Butler
Elementary School were (front, I-r) Ashley Roberts, Jarrett Shadd, Dylan
Thornton, Taz Worrell, (middle) Sierra Ferguson, Clae Jones, Bennett Kilgore,
Shwanie Reeder, Synese Stoutamire, Shannon Rosier, Makayla Graham, Karlie
Hodgson, Maggie Parrish, (back) Seth Hendricks, Brittany Manning, Taylor Pate,
Ridge Smith, Molly Zapp, Destiny Boyette, Cody Bynum, and (not pictured) Devin
Lewis and Holly Roberts. Photo and information provided by LBES' Tammy
Wilkerson.


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Lake Butler Elementary School third-graders making straight A's during the third
nine weeks were (front, I-r) Chance Oody, Kevin Schlipf, Hannah Musgrove,
Brandon Werkheiser, Savannah Baggett, Casey Driggers, McKenzie Pilcher, Sarah
Hourigan, (back) Amanda Snyder, Lane Underhill, Kent Coburn, Samantha
Hourigan, Willie Rogers, Kate DeShong, Kindsey Norman and (not pictured) Mark
Harrison. Photo and information provided by LBES' Tammy Wilkerson.


Will, Morgan Worrell, Alexis
Williams, Lavendar Feri.,,iin.
Stirann HutchisoVn MNlralid
Sr. a6i t, ;Peyton fHl .rJin.
Trevor Poole, Robert
Trueblood, Ashlee Will and
Ryan Neumann.

Second grade
Zachary Elixson, Kyle King,
Lena Sapp, Casey Taylor,
Angelique Williams, Kaitlyn
Reed, Magen Love, Joseph
Dorsey, Yvonne Edwards, Kile
Mincks, Austin Wilburn,
Alexis Hawkins, Heather
Hustid, Tameshia Waters,
Alyssa Bivens, Fantasia
Griffin, Anthony Hulsey,


Leanna 'Kiser, Noah Mattox,
Chloe' Bailey, ...,Landon
Crawford, Ja'Ka ..een
Montana Jenkins, ayloh:
Lilliston, Cassic Tomlinson.
Ian Bly, Kayla Geraghty,
Linda Hall, Deanii.
Abraham, Caleb Everson,
Kyrsten Jenkins, Phillip
Joyner, Dawson Kitlcr, Rachel
Nazworth, Madison Parrish.
Noah Wright, Lane Ciatlen,
Avery Drawdy, Cliristine
Mabery, Olivia Crawford,
Kayd'n Trent, Ry;ian
Broughton, J.C. Lovelace,
Dylan McDonald, Darius
Owens, Jacob Ricks, Dustin
Slocumb, Jake Whitehead.


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Alumni, sr. night
to be held at April
13 baseball game
This Friday, April 13, the
Union County High School
varsity baseball team will play
Crescent City at 7 p.m. at
home.
All UCHS baseball alumni
are invited to attend the game
for Alumni Night. It will also
be Senior Night for the team
members who will be
graduating this year. The pre-
game ceremonies will start at
5:30 p.m.


Lake Butler Elementary School's Super Students for
the third nine weeks in first through fourth grades
were (front) Justine Moss, (back, I-r) Steven Frazier,
Jackson Harden, Triston O'Steen, A.J. Owens and
(not pictured) Taylor Davis.




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VFW, SREC hold Easter egg hunts for kids, seniors


Lake Butler
firefighters hold
50/50 drawing
Lake Butler \ 'litinteei
Fire/Rescue is no, hi.'Ilding a
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be announced at a later innme
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Alachua church
hosts gospel sing
April 14
Hope Community Baptist
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N.W. 146th Ave., will host a
'gospel sing on Saturday, April
14.

WS Pioneer
Day is
April 22
Pioneer Day in Worthington
Springs means family fun,
good food and wholesome
entertainment.
Those attending Pioneer-Day
are enco.uage.d-to dress r. i dS-'
style clothing as a farmer or
pioneer. This includes those
attending the two church
services at 8:30 and 11 a.m.,
and/or Sunday School at 9:45
a.m, at Sardis Baptist Church.
When everyone' has
assembled after church services
at approximately 12:45 p.m.,
on Sunday, May 22, a covered
dish luncheon with homemade
desserts will be served
banquet-style to everyone
attending the first ever Pioneer
Day at Sardis Baptist Church.
The men of Sardis Baptist
S Church have volunteered to
bake, cook and prepare a
S special dessert. They will
.personally parade their special
creations' through the
-fellowship hall following the
covered-dish dinner. Desserts
will then be sold to the highest
bidder.
Door prizes will be awarded
after lunch and a special prize
will be awarded to the best-
dressed pioneer or farmer
woman and man.


MILNER
,Continued from p. 1A

- sheriff, Milner has a-total of 33
years in the Florida Retirement
.-System. He spent 10 years
.with the Department of
:Corrections, four years with
-the Department of Law
Enforcement and four years
S:teaching high school students
at the Bradford-Union Vo-
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; In addition to holding ,a
bachelor's degree in criminal
-justice and public
administration, Milner is a
1997 graduate of the FBI
National Academy in
Quantico, Va. He is a charter
member of the Kiwanis Clubs
of Starke and Baker County
* and an active member of
Madison Street Baptis-t
" Church.
Milner has been married for
33 years to the former Carol
Hardy, who has been deputy
supervisor of elections for
Bradford County for 31 years.
They ha\ c two grown children
and two grandchildren.


Phoenix Propes
hunts for Easter
eggs on
Saturday at the
VFW. From 6
months to 12
years, 39 kids
showed up to
hunt 250-300
eggs.


ABOVE: VFW Ladies' Auxiliary held its Easter egg hunt, including (1-r) Ollie
Dunavant, Joy Rainey, Barbra Laub, Joan Gartman, Ovedia Mann, Barbra Fischer, -,
Ruth Tyre, Phylis Crews, Rhonda Woodard and Annie Pittman. TOP LEFT: Lake
Butler City Commissioner LeRoy Stalvey and his wife, Shirley (center in white),
have been hunting eggs with the senior citizens at SREC for nearly 10 years. The
Stalveys donated the eggs and goody bags. Pictured (to left of Shirley) is Florie
Jones and (right) Alberta Jackson counting their eggs to see who won.








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N e W s Section B: Thursday, April 12, 2007
News from Bradford County, Union County and the Lake Region area


University of Florida's Union County Extension Director Jacque Bream (center) is
shown with two farmers at the market. At left is Anita Wilkinson and at right is
Elcano Reeves. The farmers sold potatoes, cucumbers, greens, tomatoes and
more at the Union County Health Department April 2 and will do it again on April
19.



UC Farmers Market


to open Apri


A preview of the
market will open on
Thursday, April 19

BY LINDSEY KIRKLAND
Times Editor
The Union County Farmers'
Market will officially open on
Saturday, April 28, with local
farmers selling goods they
have produced.
The grand opening will
begin with breakfast at 8 a.m.,
and the market will begin at 9
a.m.
Before this event, though,
the farmers' market will
preview,.-. its' -.goods on
Thursday, April 19, from 10
a.m. to 3 p.m. in the Union
County Health Department's
parking lot.
The preview not only shows
off what kinds of produce are
available at the market, but it
also partners the health


department with the farmers'
market to showcase foods that
promote health\ lifest\ les.
On April 2, during" National
Health Week, there was also


This sign
displayed at the
Union County
Farmers'Market
notes that it is
certified to take
Florida Farmers'
Market Nutrition
Program
coupons.


28


an event that
farmers' market
department.


brought the
to the health


See MARKET, p. 2B


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returns next weekend


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor
The Ninth Annu'al
Strawberry Feslti al %ill take
.place on Call Street in
downtown Starke on Saturday,
April 21, and Sunday, April
;22.
On Saturday, festival hours
are from 9 a.m. to 5.p.m.
:Sunday hours are from noon to
5 p.m.
Music, food, shopping and
'fun will be available
:throughout the festival. JKim
;Skidmore, Main Street Starke
:manager, said the event has
;been promoted throughout the
area with the help of a $2,500
:grant from the county's Tourist
Development Council.
It's the first time such a
,grant has been available from
'TDC since the conference
'center was opened in Bradford
County.
The festival has a full slate
of vendors from all over,
including familiar faces and
brand new entries.
"We have lots of return
crafters. We also have just as
many new vendors," Skidmore,
said.
They include couple from
Fort Pierce selling planters
with faces and feet as well as a
vendor offering low-
maintenance "pets," little
stuffed animal puppies that
come in a basket complete
with papers and actually
breathe!
"They look like they're
alive," said Skidmore. "They
are really cute."
A number of local vendors
will also have arts and crafts
on display during the festival.
Festival booths will stretch
down Call Street, from Walnut
Street to Cherry, and will be
interspersed with fun, first-
time attractions, according to
Skidmore.


" "We do have rides. but
they're going to be a lot more
fun," she said.
Among them is a high-jump
contraption featuring bungee
cords jnd a harness. .Other
attractions include a giant
slide, a Western-themed laser
shooting gaHery ;and water
balloon wars, complete with
en\ ironmentall safe balloons
that biodegrade in the sunlight.
It's the place to :be if "'\ou
want to get %et or you want to
get even," Skidmore said.
Also .on Call Street, from
\aInut to U.S 301, there %\ill
be a car sho\. on Saturda\
from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. -
Antique cars.will share the
spotlight .with tricked-out
trucks. race cars and vehicles,
and trophies provided by Bill
Adams Chevrolet will be
handed out in a number of
categories.
Chamber of commerce
members will also be selling
chances 'to win a4 Harley,
Davidson' motorcycle. Tickets
arc $20, and the drawing will
be held at the chamber-
sponsored Bike,,Fest in June.
Of course, there should be
lots of strawberries. Local
growers will supply plenty of
Sthe red berries, including free
samples for those agreeing to
participate in a blind taste test
conducted by Jim DeValerio
and 'the county extension
office. Results of the test will
be given to the growers
following' the festival,
Skidmore said.
Meanwhile, everyone -will
have a chance .to purchase a
flat of berries to take
home-or perhaps two flats, or
as many as you can fit in the
back seat of your car.
If you prefer your
* strawberries prepared, there
will be plenty of people selling
strawberry-lhemed desserts of
all types.
But don't fill up on dessert.


before you've taken advantage
of the variety of other festival
fare'dn" the menu-everything
from exotic selections like
Argentinian beef on a stick to
traditional burgers for those
who prefer their beef on a bun.
The food court will be
located near the stage, and the
stage--is located near Whale's
Tails, downtown's new sports
bar, which may be ready to
open by next weekend.
As with food, a diverse
selection of bands will provide
something for everyone.
"There are a couple of new
bands for people to come out
and hear.that are really good,"
Skidmore said.
The entertainment schedule
for Saturday includes gospel
music from Steve and April--
*Caldwell 'from 10-11 a,m.
Country singer Clfelsea
Dierick will follow at 11:30,
and then versatile guitar player
James Crouch will take the
stage at 1 p.m., playing blues
and rock. At 2:30 p.m., local
Christian rock band Creature
will perform, and No Money
Down begins playing Southern
and classic rock at 4 p.m.
Entertainment on Sunday
includes country bands Stone
Kanyon and Glen Snow and
the Snowmen, bluegrass band
Common Thread and Defcom
4, a barbershop quartet.
Glen and Lillian Snow have
provided the sound system,, for
which Skidmore offered her
thanks.
The festival is sponsored by
Main.Street Starke, the city of
Starke, North Florida Regional
Chamber of Commerce,
FloridaWorks, the Tourist
Development Council, Bill
Adams Chevrolet of Starke,
Wal-Mart, Bradford County-
Telegraph and WEAG.
For more information, call
the chamber at (904) 964-"
5278.


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_SU#I#WI KH senior seeks help to fulfill dream


Jeramy Lewis, pictured performing at a Keystone
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BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Keystone Heights High
School senior Jeramy Lewis
has been selected to join the
Young Americans
performance group, but he and
his family could use some
financial help in order to help
Lewis join the group for a tour
later this year.
Lewis is hoping to be
awarded a scholarship by
Young Americans to cover the
cost of his tuition, while
seeking help from the
community to cover his
monthly expenses. He wrote a
letter to the Young Americans,
detailing how his family is
willing to "step forward in
faith" to help make this dream
of his a reality, but how his
family-composed of his
parents and four siblings-also
faces some hardships.
The letter Lewis wrote
details how he is saving what
he can from his job and how
his mother has taken on an
extra job to help him with the
expenses of college.
"If I get this opportunity to
be a' Young American, I am
going to take full advantage of
every opportunity that I am
given," Lewis wrote. "I will be
a leader and positive member
of the group and will show an
outstanding attitude in
everything I do."
Daune Overman, a teacher at
KHHS, helped get Lewis
involved with Young
Americans, and she would like
nothing more to see a "really
talented kid" take advantage of


this opportunity.
"This is such a special
opportunity for Jeramy,"
Overman said. "I think this
chance to be with the Young
Americans will change his life.
He really deserves a chance."
Lewis received the invitation
to join the Young Americans
after participating in a
workshop the group held at
Lake Asbury Junior High
School. There, Lewis had to
sing, which he admitted is
something he does not usually
do. Instead, he enjoys playing
the snare drum. He has a
member of the KHHS
marching band since eighth
grade-and has participated with
the other members of the
drumline at school basketball
games the past two years.
Lewis wound up singing the
lead vocals during one group
performance at the workshop,
and he said he enjoyed the
experience-he even got to
show off his drumming skills
after given the chance to
perform a solo. Still, he was
surprised to get a letter from
Young Americans inviting him
to join the group for a fall tour.
Overman said it was no
surprise to her.
"(Lewis is) one of the most
enthusiastic kids I've ever
seen," she said. "He's just
somebody you expect
something special from."
Participating with Young
Americans would enable
Lewis to fulfill a dream of his.
"As far back. as I can
remember, I have dreamed of
performing and entertaining
people," he wrote in his letter


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to Young Americans, "Music,
to me, is freedom and a vital
part of my life. It is a part of
everything I do. I believe it is
my calling.
"I want this opportunity
more than I have ever wanted
anything, but my family's
financial situation is a huge
obstacle to my dream."


Anyone interested in helping
Lewis by making a donation
may send a check made out to
KHHS Jeramy Lewis
Scholarship Fund and sending
it to Keystone Heights Jr.-Sr.
High School, 900 S.W. Orchid
Ave., Keystone Heights,
32656.


A customer at the Union County Farmers' Market
reads information about the extension office and all
it has to offer.


MARKET
Continued from p. 1B

University of Florida's
Union County Extension
Director Jacque Breman said
the main focus of the April 19
event is to promote the
Farmers' Market > Nutrition
Program.
There are -two main coupon
programs--one is available to
senior citizens, while the other
is available to those in the.
Special Supplemental
Nutrition Program. for Women,
Infants and Children (WIC).
Breman said the Elder
Farmers' Market Nutrition
Program is provided through
the Suwannee River Economic
Council Inc (SREC).
SREC gives senior citizens
coupons for use at the farmers'
market. The coupons are based


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WIC coupon recipients
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a piece. Because it is a once-a-
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This gives senior citizens,
those using WIC and others in
the. community a great
opportunity to buy food that is
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growers.
'"It's money that' would' be'
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Breman said. "The whole idea
is to keep the money locally."
He said the Department of
Agriculture and Consumer
Services' Bureau of Marketing
certifies farmers' markets, and'
Union County's is one of few
that is certified.
Joe Pietrangelo, chronic,
disease prevention specialist at.
the Union County Health
Department, said the preview,
of the farmers' market in
conjunction with the health
department coupon dispersion
will be a great way to promote
farmers, as well as
community-wide health.
"Many agencies are striving
for a community-wide goal,"
he said.



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Lawrence Northup
STARKE Lawrence Eldon
"Larry" Northup Jr. of Starke died
Sunday. April 1, 2007.
Born Nov. 16, 1948, Mr.
Northup was a devoted husband,
father and soldier. During his
service in the United States Air
Force he served in Okinawa,
Thailand, Vietnam, Germany,
Pakistan, Japan, Philippines,
Italy, and throughout the United
States. After his retirement, he
came to Starke as a classification
officer for the inmates for the
Florida State Prison system.
After working at the prison he
continued serving his
community by teaching at Job
Corps. Tsgt. Northup knew the
only way to keep our prisons
empty was to intervene early and
guide the young from the
mistakes of the old. His loving
and generous nature was most
evident in hi ..sense, of humor.
There was nothing more he
enjoyed that bringing joy to
others, especially his wife and
family. People who had the
honor of knowing him were
proud to count him amongst true
friends, as he was absent of
pretension and knew only hard
work provided for those he cared
for. Tsgt. Northup worked very
hard.
Mr. Northup is survived by: a
wife he 'loved beyond words,
Mrs. Maura A.M. Northup. He
left behind two sons that 'are
honored to carry his name,
Maurice M. Northup and
Lawrence S. Northup. Their
spouses Janice Varley and Kelle
Northup are also devastated by
his untimely loss. His small
home town of Ollie,' Iowa,
mourns an absent hero and
supports his grieving family.
Prayers are extended to his
mother, Marjorie Maxine
Northup,. his brother and si;ster-
in-law,. George and ..VNip.k:i
Northup.. Prayers are-, also.
extended to his sisters and their
husbands, Howard and Eldora
Fowler and Dixie and Larry
Jasper, as well as his aunt Helen
Marie Bilyard of VA, and many
nieces, nephews and cousins.
Mr. Northup's family would also
like to thank friends and
neighbors, the doctors and
nurses who treated him, and the
staff at Haven Hospice.
Military honors and memorial
service will be held at
Wainwright Veteran's Memorial
Park, at the comer of Water and
Call in Starke on Saturday, April
14, 2007, at 11 a.m.
Any persons wishing to pay
their respects to a great American
are welcome to attend.
Veteran's Funeral Care of
Clearwater is in charge of
arrangements. PD.


James Bradley,
JACKSONVILLE James
Madison Bradley Jr., 80, of
Jacksonville died Monday April
9, 2007, at Baptist Medical
Center-Beaches following a brief
illness.
Born in Macclenny, on Sept.
9, 1926, Mr. Bradley was a'
,-Jongtime resident of
Jacksonville. He was a member
'of First Baptist Church of
Jacksonville end retired as a mail
carrier for the United States
Postal Service. He served in the
-l.S. Navy during World War II.
Mr. Bradley is survived by:
:three daughters, Gloria Jean
Bradley of Jacksonville, Brenda


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"Faye" Everly of Orlando and
Mary "'Alice" Thomas of
Jacksonville: two sisters,
Bernice Cox of Orlando and
Carolyn O'Guin of Raiford: two
brothers. Leslie Bradley of
Starke and Reese Bradley of
Jacksonville; and six
grandchildren.
Funeral services for Mr.
Bradley were April 11, 2007, in
the DeWitt C. Jones Chapel.
Interment followed in Kingsley
Lake Cemetery under the care of
Jones Funeral Home of Starke.

Sue Brown
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Ozie
"Sue" Cox Brown, 92, of
Keystone Heights died Tuesday,
April 3, 2007, at Windsor Manor
in Starke following a brief
illness.
Born in Bainbridge, Ga., on
March 9, 1915, Mrs. Brown
moved to Keystone Heights in
1975 from West Palm Beach. She
was a homemaker and
bookkeeper for Brown's Auto
Body and Paint Shop which she
and her husband owned in West
Palm Beach. She was a member
of Keystone Country Club and
was of the Baptist faith.
Mrs. Brown is survived by:
two daughters, Becky Albritton
of Keystone Heights and Palm
Beach Gardens and Fran Smith of
Jupiter; five grandchildren and
14 great-grandchildren.
Funeral services for Mrs.
Brown were April 7, 2007, in the
DeWitt C. Jones Chapel in
Keystone Heights with family
members conducted the services.
Interment was in Keystone
Heights Cemetery.

J.B. Gaskins
LAWTEY J.B. Gaskins, 89,
of Lawtey died Saturday, April 7,
2007, at Shands Starke.
Born in Lawtey, Mr. Gaskins
attended the Bradford County
school system and owned and
operated a farm. He retired from
the Florida Department of
Corrections as a building
supervisor. He was a member of.
Evergreen Baptist Church in
Lawtey.
Mr. Gaskins is survived by: -a
daughter, Betty Shuford of
Lawtey; a brother, Wade Gaskins
of Starke; a sister, Geneva
Redding of Wildwood; four
grandchildren and seven great-
grandchildren. He was preceded
in death by his wife, Geneva
Hilliard Gaskins, and a son, Bill
Gaskins.
Funeral services for Mr.
Gaskins were April 11, 2007, at
Evergreen Baptist Church with
the Rev. Ben Bryant officiating.
Interment followed in Dyal
Cecntecr, under the cji of Archie
I T.anner.firieial Home of Starke..

Charlene Howard
LAWTEY Charlene Joanne
Howard, 61, of Lawtey died
Friday, April 6, 2007, at her
residence following an extended
illness.
Born in Johnson City, N.Y.,
Mrs. Howard lived in Lawtey for
30 years. She worked for Duval
County Health Department and
was a member of Highland First
Baptist Church.
Mrs. Howard is survived by:
her husband, Thomas Howard;
sons, Ken Howard, Spencer
Smith, Bruce Howard, Jason
Howard; a brother, Richard
Skrovanek; a sister, Claire
Coleman; arid 17 grandchildren.
Memorial services for Mrs.
Howard were April 11, 2007, at
Highland First Baptist Church
with the Rev. Bill Clayton
officiating. Archie Tanner
Funeral Home of Starke was in
charge of arrangements.
Memorial contributions may
be made to First Baptist Church
of Highland building fund or
Haven Hospice of North Central
Florida, 4200 N.W. 90th Blvd.,
Gainesville, FL 32606.

Edward Padgett
STARKE Edward Lee Padgett,
64, of Starke died Monday, April
9, 2007, at his residence
following an extended illness.
Born in Starke, on March 19,
1943, Mr. Padgett was a lifelong
area .resident. He was a retired
nursery worker.


Mr. Padgett is survived by: his
daughter, Loretta Lynn Padgett of
Jacksonville: a son. Edward Joe
Padgett of Lake Butler; a brother,
Bennie Zoltowski of Georgia;
eight grandchildren and one
great-grandchild.
Private funeral services for
Mr. Padgett will be held at a later
date. Interment will be in Crosby
Lake Cemetery under the care of
Jones Funeral Home of Starke.

Vickie Peters
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Viola
"Vickie" Irene Peters, 62, of
Keystone Heights died
Wednesday, March 28, 2007, at
E.T. York Center in Gainesville
following an extended illness.
Born in Indiana, on June 13,
1945, Mrs. Peters lived in
Keystone Heights for 19 years.
She was a homemaker and
attended Freedom Baptist
Church.
Mrs. Peters is survived by: her
husband of 41 years, Patrick
"Pat" Peters of Keystone
Heights; three sons, Patrick W.
Peters of Keystone Heights, Tim
Thompson of Lake City and
Theodore Peters of Hawthorne; a
brother, Thichard Hanlon of
Michigan; two sisters, Beverly
Hanlon of Alabama and Virginia
Hanlon of Michigan; and many
grandchildren.
Memorial services for Mrs.
Peters were April 7, 2007, in
Freedom Baptist Church with
pastor Ken Herring conducting
the services. Interment will be at
a later date under the care of
Jones Funeral Home of Keystone
Heights.


Louise Petz
STARKE Louise Anna King
Petz, 85, of Starke died Monday,,
April 9, 2007, at Shands AGH in
Gainesville following an
extended illness.
Born in Flint, Mich., on
March 4, 1922, Mrs. Petz was a
longtime area resident. She was a
retired factory worker for General
Motors and was of the Protestant
faith.
Mrs. Petz is survived by: a
son, Ron Smye; and her 'niece
and care giver, Doris Sanberg of
Starke.
Private funeral services for
Mrs. Petz will be held at a later
date. Jones Funeral Home of
Starke is in charge of
arrangements.


John Stairs
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS John
Raleigh Stairs, 97, of Keystone
i-leighri died Sunday, March 25,
2*" .'7;*at"'St.: Vincent's Medical
-Ceiitet F Jac i&hville. -;-
Born in Somerset County, Pa.,
on July 7, 1909, Mr. Stairs
moved to Keystone Heights 35
.years ago from Pennsylvania. He
was a retired truck driver and was
of the Baptist faith.
Mr. Stairs is survived by: his
children, Harold Stairs, of
Keystorie Heights, Rex Stairs of
Indiana, Tim Stairs and Donna
Thomas, both of Pennsylvania,
and Jane Smith of North
Carofina; many grandchildren
and great-grandchildren.
Funeral services for Mr. Stairs
were held in Pennsylvania.
Interment was in Somerset
Memorial Gardens under the care
of Miller Funeral Home. Local
arrangements were under the care
of Jones Funeral Home of
Keystone Heights.

Kevin Underhill
STARKE Kevin "Dean"
Underhill, 41, of Starke died
Friday, April 6, 2007, at his
residence.
A lifelong resident of Starke,
Mr. Underhill attended the
Bradford County school system.
He was a mechanic, a bread
distributor and a carpenter. He
was a member of the Church of
Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.
Mr. Underhill is survived by:
his father and stepmother,
Eugene Underhill and Ann
Schultz of Starke; his mother and
stepfather, Joan and Peter
McDonald of Lake Butler; a
brother, Dale Underhill of
Starke; a sister, Beth Boone of
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Janet Willis
STARKE Janet Daniels
Willis, 72, of Starke died
Sunday, April 8, 2007, at North
Florida Regional Medical Center
following a brief illness.
Born in Elmira, N.Y., on June
2, 1934, Mrs. Willis was a
longtime area resident. She was a
homemaker and member of St.
Mark's Episcopal Church in
Starke.
Mrs. Willis is survived by: her
daughter, Elizabeth J. Ritchey of
Citra; sons, Noah E. Willis Jr. of
Milford, Mich., and Michael A.
Willis of Lake City; a sister,
Rose D. Dunaway of Fort
McCoy; a brother William A.
Daniels of Lake City; five
grandchildren and four great-
grandchildren.
Memorial services for Mrs.
Willis will be held at 3 p.m., on
Sunday, April 15, 2007, in St.
Mark's Episcopal Church with
Father Dennis -O'Neill
conducting the services.
Interment will be private at a
later date under the car of Jones
Funeral Home of Starke.





The family of Leonard Moore
would like to express their sincere
appreciation to the comnzunity of
Starke and surrounding areas for
the many expressions ofkindness.
It truly blessed our hearts to see
how loved he was by his many
friends. Words seem so inadequate
for the visits, cards, food, flowers
and prayers on his behalf.
A special thanks to all Hospice staff
for taking such good care of him
until the very end.
Shirley, Len and Diann


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about men than beautiful
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Remembering
My Husband, Bill
April 17, 1938
My days are long and my
nights are tod, since I no
longer can be with you,
We had a good life here
together but I know now
nothing lasts forever.
And when God took you up to
heaven there's one thing ,
I cannot understand.
Why we could not be together
Maybe one day I can see what
this had to be. Sometime Ifeel
like I can't go another day and
then I kneel and pray to ask
God to keep me along the way.
For you see, I am not the
person I ought to be for you
know, God, he was part of me.
We talked and laughed and
prayed together and raised our
children with your love and
care.
We thanked you every day for
all the blessings that came our
way.
And now dear God, I feel so
alone and our home doesn't
feel like home anymore.


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Thursday, April 12, 2007 Page 4B


Wake up,
church
Dear Editor:
Wake up, church. If we are
the body of Christ, why are we
working and living for the
American dream and not the
kingdom of God?
I don't see too much
difference between churchgoers
(Christians?) and people, who
don't go to church or claim to
be a servant of Jesus. There are
many people who are law-
abiding, family oriented,
peaceable, etc.
Are we really making a
difference and working for God,
just by sitting on a church pew
three times a week?
Most churchgoers are
working for what everyone else
is working for, jobs, homes,
cars, latest fashion,
entertainment, manicures, tans,
trucks, boats, change the decor
of our home with the change of
every season, endless vanities.
There should be no welfare
system in a country or a town
that is populated with
churches, Christians (?) or one
that carries the name of God. I


don't see a chu
comparable to Jesus
I believe God w
Starke be a beaco
We are a major arte
the heart of Florida.
Are we willing t
"His body'?"



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OK nnow what'?
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SSith age ... what have I learned'?
Lori Smith Knowledge is better than
Stake money. Children are the
IS universal singularity that
ins testifies about humanity. If
you want to know how well
Christianity is working or any
other faith-then look at how
well the people are treating
their children.
Lake Butler Love is a blessing. As a real
would like to estate appraiser for 17 years, I
e to Sheriff learned how man can focus all
for his of his energy on being 99
of chicken percent accurate but use only 1
fund-raiser percent of truth, which leaves a
lot to be desired about what is
ke to thank really relevant in any
great job he occupation that aims towards
chicken and higher being.
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ed the side parents and was exposed to a
loving God. There can be really
was a great no stronger foundation for a
mfan than the spiritual
na DeLoach connection made between, a
President loving God and a child who is
woven in the womb and


41 st annual

Strawberry
Invitational

April 21-22
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Applications are being
accepted now for the 41s"
annual Strawberry Golf
Invitational, which will "take


outside the womb.
I have made a long study of
Christianity on the street of
Christ. I was taken out of
Catholicism at the age of 12
and began to visit and become
a member of many other
Christian churches. I became
baptized early on and had my
head anointed with oil ancd
water and then received the
blessing of the Holy Spirit in
the Catholic traditions; I then
became "saved" at the age of 13
at a Chuck Gerard concert; I
remember raising my hand and
then asking Jesus to come into
my heart.
Later I became baptized again
in a Baptist church through
water emersion-"being buried
with Christ and raised in
newness of Life."
Later still I had my head
anointed with oil again in a
Pentecostal church receiving
the anointing of the Holy
Spirit.
I spent about 30 years in all
kinds of Protestant churches
knocking at God's door as the
thorn of the flesh began to
pierce me as I aged.
Now at 44, I am back inside
the Catholic church once again
where ancient Christianity
began looking through the
looking glass that is colored
with living a museum that
connects into the Jewish
traditions about the adoration
of the altar of God.
Outside the pulpits of
personality, the altar of God
drives reverence through the
heart of the sacred heart called'
to me as the mystery of faith


place the weekend of April 21-
22 at the Starke Golf and
Country Club.
The maximum number for
the field has been set at 80,
with the deadline to enter
Thursday, April 19. Cost is
$110 for members of the
Starke Golf and Country Cliub
and $130 for non members.
Players will be placed into
one of five flights, which are
determined by handicap. The
winner in each flight will
receive a set of Titleist irons,
while all of the second-place
finishers will receive drivers.


in Christ. Believing that Christ
died for my sins through his
shedding of blood on the cross
-yes, God came down to earth
through the form of a man and
suffered to the point of an
agonizing death to display his
omnipotent position as chief-
sufferer in the flesh.
I also believe He comes to
man in many other forms with
the same voice of Christ. But,
one thing all faiths will be
exposed by is how well they
treat and handle their children.
I believe children are the
central axis or one of many
singularities that the quantum
mathematician can look at.
Just as the Egyptians built a
pyramid which culminates into
a point at the top of the
structure which was laid with a
firm foundation, so too does
the cosmological man look
towards a singular point in the
sky.
The mathematician who has
been graphed into the
wholeness of the number called
one as a reality that permeates
all things through and through.
Yes, to teach a child is to teach
them about an Almighty of the
Almightiest is to give them
knowledge with understanding.
The Almighty is manifested
and adored through the humans
who hold their children above
their own heads as a testament
of who God is and how He
works in the universe. War
among peoples is war about
the children. Those who suffer
the children the best are who
God will place in the promise
land.


Gift certificates will be
presented to the other golfers
who place.
Starke Golf and Cquntry
Club pro David Elder credits
the invitational's prizes as a
reason for its success and
longevity.
"We probably pay out better
than any invitational around,"
Elder said.
Elder is looking for another
good year, saying the course is
in the best shape it- has been in
the past 10 years.
The first tee time is set for
Saturday, April 21, at 8 a.m.


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The exodus of the Jews from
slavery is a testament of God's
eternal order where the children
are protected and set free from
all forms of tyranny called
"unintended consequences." The
body of Christ and the body of
God is gathered up into bundles
of children who have been led
towards the centrifugal love of
the Almighty.
Our children are the
apparatus by with which we
will be judged as to our
stewardship and custodial
responsibility in the universe
called the bosom of the Alpha
and Omega of perpetual
paradise in the Almighty of the
Almightiest.
God has been described as
strange and mysterious for our
boxes to become unboxed.
Perhaps the voices heard at
the day of Pentecost included
deep groaning that, are deeper
still than a fleshly language or
human tongue, but rather other
tongues that speak in forms
larger than physical sound that
trumpet the infinite domain of
the Almightiest.
But,-I speculate as a stupid
and ignorant man trying to see
the face of God. But, I am not
ashamed to be ignorant or
stupid because God gave me a
way out of my limited self
through his loving handiwork
with His- rod and His staff
excellent crutches for my
limitations).
So I rejoice in His garden
and in His B'ody of Christ
unboxed. What power of the
state (a- broken crutch of
unintended consequences) can
hold me?
David Stevenson


There is no admission for
anyone wishing to show up
and watch the action.
Gainesville's Tom Lapcevic
won last year's invitational.
For more information,
please call the Starke Golf and
Country Club at (904) 964-
5441.


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Dirt bike
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near Hampton
A 24-year-old Melrose man
was critically injured April 10
when his dirt bike crashed on
Southeast 45th Avenue.
Carl Ashley Rowe was taken
from the scene north of C.R.
18 to Shands at the University
of Florida, according to Trooper
Smatt. Rowe, on a 2002
Kawasaki, was northbound at
1:45 p.m. when the bike struck
a piece of rubber. The driver
lost control and was ejected
from the bike, Trooper Smatt
said. The bike came to rest with
the piece of rubber wrapped
around the front tire, Trooper
Smatt said. Rowe was not
wearing a helmet.

Teen killed in
April 9 crash
A Florahome teenager was
killed in a Monday afternoon
crash.
Steven D. Orr, 18, died
April 9 when he lost control of
the compact Toyota car he was
driving on a curve along S.R.
100 near C.R. 219 east of
Keystone Heights.
Westbound on S.R. 100,
Irma J. Boyes, 63, of
Interlachen, was driving a
Honda SUV. The Honda was
struck in the front by the
Toyota, according to deputies.
Boyes was flown to Shands
Gainesville for treatment.
There was no record of her
being a patient as of press
time.


3 injured
in S.R. 100
crash
Three people received
injuries when their vehicle
overturned Saturday on S. R.
100, two miles east of Starke.
I Stephanie Marrero, 20,
driving a 1995 Toyota, was
eastbound, according to
Trooper M.D. Childress. For
unknown reasons, Marrero
drifted onto the grassy
shoulder. When she
overcorrected, the vehicle
rotated counterclockwise across
the roadway and onto the
opposite shoulder, Trooper
.Childress said. The vehicle
struck a signpost and several
small trees before overturning
and coming to rest on its roof.
Five-year-old Carrisa
Coleman was ejected during
the roll-over, Trooper
Childress said.
Marrero and Coleman were
flown to Shands University in
Gainesville. There was no
record of them as patients.
Also, a passenger in the
vehicle, Ricky Gainey, 19,
was taken to Shands Starke for
treatment.
Damage to the vehicle was-
$2,500. No one in the April 7
crash was wearing a seat belt,
Trooper Childress said.
Charges are pending.


Correction...
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3 crash on C.R. 229
incorrectly indicated Lora
Michelle Lewis was not
wearing a seat belt. Lewis was
wearing .her seat belt, according
to Trooper Myers. Lewis, who
was hospitalized following the
crash, is now recovering at
home.


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The following individuals
were arrested recently by local
law enforcement officers in
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Heights area) or Union
County:

Monique Renee Lussier, 24,
of Keystone Heights was
arrested April 4 by Deputy
Scucci for contempt of court
DWLS. Bond was set at
$332.50 cash only.
Randall Taylor, 41, 'of
Lawtey was arrested April 5 by
Bradford Deputy Joseph Jones
on a Clay County warrant for
violation of probation first
degree DWLS. Bond was set at
$425. Taylor was released to
Clay authorities.
Katherine Anne Knox,' 38,
of Lawtey was arrested April 5
by Deputy Jones for violation
of probation worthless check
and .DWLS. She was also
charged on a Clay warrant for
violation of probation petit
theft. Total bond was set at
$10,000.

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James Frank Jones

Veteran Cab
driver faces
sex charges
A Starke cab driver was
arrested for the second time on
charges of soliciting
prostitution.
James Frank Jones, 61, was
charged by Sgt. Kevin Mueller
following an investigation into
allegations made by the
victim. The victim stated she
had been riding in the local
taxi service from her home to
her workplace for several
weeks. The week prior to April
3, Jones made inappropriate
comments to the victim which
she stated made her
uncomfortable, but she needed
a ride so she dismissed them.
On April 3 the victim stated
Jones had reached into her shirt
and grabbed her breast. He also
began rubbing himself and
making obscene gestures
before they reached their
destination, Sgt. Mueller said.
When the victim got to work
she contacted the police to
complain about Jones' actions.
The victim agreed to again
ride with Jones, using a
video/audio surveillance
equipment.
As soon as the victim got
into the cab, Jones began
making advances and offering
to pay her for sex, all being
taped by Sgt. Mueller.
A warrant was secured and
Jones was charged with battery
and solicitation.
In 2004 Jones was arrested
for soliciting prostitution. For
three months he was giving
free rides in his taxi to another
victim in return for sexual
activity. Jones also paid the
victim and provided money for
her to purchase crack cocaine,
Sgt. Mueller said. Jones also
arranged for her to have sex
with other men. He provided
liquor for the victim, her
husband and mother on several
occasions, Sgt. Mueller said.
Many of the incidents were
recorded, Sgt. Mueller gaid.
Jones admitted at the time to
providing rides in his cab to
other girls in exchange for
sexual favors, Sgt. Mueller
said.
Jones pled no contest to the
charges in 2004. He was placed
on probation for 12 months.
Jones was released on the
current charges after surety
bonds totalling $35,000 were
posted.


Two arrested
for cashing
fake checks
Two women were arrested
April 4 for passing counterfeit
checks in the Starke area..
Diana Alexis Riley, 29 of
Starke was charged with two
counts grand theft and multiple
counts of uttering
forged/counterfeit bills,
according to Sgt. William
Brown.
Riley is charged with
delivering the computer
generated checks locally to
individuals. Once the checks
were cashed she received more
than half of the money, Sgt.
Brown said.
Ashley Michelle Clark, 18,
of Hampton was charged two
counts grand theft, two counts
uttering a forged instrument
and depositing worthless check
with intent to defraud, Sgt.
Brown said. Clark opened an
account at a local bank where
she' received $891.18, Sgt.
Brown said.
'The counterfeit checks are
believed to have been generated
elsewhere, Sgt. Brown said.
Clark was released after
surety bonds totalling $20,000
were posted.
Riley was released after a
$20,000 surety bond was
posted and purged by posting a
$1,200 cash bond for child
support.

3 charged
with
burglaries
Three people have been
charged with the burglary of B
& J recycling business on
U.S. 301 south of Starke.
Phillip Cantrell Spain, 33,
and Rosa Ann Smith
Robinson, 42, both of
Keystone Heights were arrested
March 30 by Bradford Sgt.
Robert A. Smith for burglary
and grand theft. A third person,
Royce Riley Oglesby, 59, was
charged by sworn complaint.
The three are charged with
climbing a fence to gain entry
to the recycling business. Once
inside, they removed a plastic
container of brass bolts and 14
aluminum 'A/C coils. Total
value of the theft was $30011i
Sgt. Smith said.
Spain and Robinson remain'
in custody under $15,000
bond.
The stolen items were
recovered and returned to the
owner, Sgt. Smith said. The
case remains under
investigation, Sgt. Smith said.

Starke teens
charged in
Keystone
burglaries
Two 19-year-olds from
Starke were arrested last week
in Clay County on burglary
charges.


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alcohol
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Marus Gregory Bush
Matteo, 18, of Keystone
Heights was arrested April 7
for possession of alcoholic
beverage by a person under 21.
Bush Matteo's vehicle was
stopped by Deputy T.A. Cecrle
after it .ran a stop sign on
Swarthmore Avenue at 3:41
a.m.
Six juvenile females were


sitting two high in the rear
seat of the Toyota SUV and,
one in the front seat. None
were wearing seat belts,
Deputy Cecrle said.
In the rear of the vehicle was7
a 16-gallon keg with a tap..--
While interviewing the
passengers the deputy smelled
beer and asked them if they had'
been drinking.
Only a small amount of beer'
remained in the keg, Deputy
Cecrle said.
A second deputy, also on the
scene, contacted parents and
waited for them to pick up the.
girls.


Robert Alan Thomas Jr. and
Christopher David Plemons
were charged by Deputy
Dennis A. Urban with burglary
(two counts), grand theft,
criminal mischief and petit
theft. The two were found in
the area of Gasline Road where
their vehicle had broken down,
Deputy Urban said. They
denied ownership of the vehicle
which contained an X-Box,
several games and DVDs that
had been stolen from a
residence earlier in the day.
Value of the stolen items was
$500. Damage to the door
where they gained entrance was
$100, Deputy Urban said.
During a search of Thomas,
the deputy found a checkbook
containing 24 checks that had
been removed from a filing
cabinet in a garage at another
location, Deputy Urban said.
The stolen property was
returned to the owners and
Plemons and Thomas were
taken to the Clay County Jail,
according to deputies Urban
and M.C. Brown.

2 Starke men
charged with
burglaries
Two Starke men were
arrested April 3 for stealing


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radiators valued at $400 from
the shop on North Temple
Avenue, Sgt. Melton said.
McElveen, 31, was charged
possession of drug
paraphernalia when a crack
pipe was found in his pants'
pocket, Sgt. Melton said.
Total bond on the charges was
set at $40,000.
Setty, 42, remains in
custody under a $35,000 bond.
McElveen admitted to the
March 21 burglary of B & B
Auto also on North Temple
Avenue, Sgt. William Brown
said. He was charged with

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criminal mischief. When asked
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property, McElveen stated he
sold it for narcotics, Sgt.
Brown said. Stolen stereos and
damage to the vehicles were
estimated at $1,000.
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]CRIME


Sex with
minor gets
Polk man
arrested in
Union
A 23-year-old Fort


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man was charged last week.
with having sexual relations
with a 12-year-old Raiford girl.
J.B. Thornton was arrested
April 3 by Investigator Mac
Johns and Captain Garry Seay.
The girl, who was a runaway,
was found with Thornton in
Polk County.
The victim met Thornton
through an online text
messaging service. She and her
friends told Thornton she was
18, according to Deputy Johns.
The victim stated Thornton
visited her in Raiford where
they had sex within two hours
of their meeting. During the
two-month relationship they
had sex several times, with the
victim, portraying herself to be
18, Deputy Johns said.
The 12-year-old was in the
custody of a 25-year-old while
her parents were out of town
working. The 25-year-old was
also in on the lying about the
victim's age, Deputy Johns
said.
The victim stated she never
told Thornton her true age
until she was picked up by
deputies in Polk County,
Deputy Johns said.


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:
Chad Taylor Villines, 21, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
April 4 by Clay Deputy M.C.
Brown for burglary auto and
grand theft. Villines is charged
with stealing money ($300)
and a debit card from the
victim's vehicle.
Kenneth Steele, 18, of
Stgrke 'was arrested April'2' by
Starke -\ Patrolman Michelie
Davis for assault. Steele is
charged with raising his fist
and threatening the victim. A
$1,000 surety bond was posted
for his release from custody.
Barbara Frazier, 40; of
Starke was arrested April 4 by
Patrolman Davis for domestic
battery. Frazier is charged with-
striking the victim in the face
with her fist and a wooden
stick. He sustained several
lacerations but refused medical
treatment, Patrolman Davis
said. Bond was set at $5,000.
Frazier was also 'charged on a
warrant with child neglect with
bond set at $10,000.
Ernest Simon Cowart, 51,
of Starke was arrested April .7
by Starke Patrolman Shawn
Brown for disorderly
intoxication and resisting an
officer without violence.
Cowart is charged with causing
a disturbance at Market Road
and U.S. 301. The officer used
force when Cowart refused to
release a knife that he had


pulled from his pocket,
Patrolman Brown said. Total
bond was set at $2,000.


Raymond D. Findlay, 49. of
Gainesville was arrested April
6 by Starke Sgt. M.D. Watson
for possession of drug
paraphernalia. During a traffic
stop the officer found a glass
cocaine smoking pipe in
Findlay's pocket. He was
released after a $1,000 surety
bond was posted.
Gary Kilburn II, 18, and
Trisha L. Power, 23, both of
Starke, were arrested April 3
by Bradford Deputy Brian
Waldorf for possession of
cannabis. Less than 20 grams
of marijuana was found in
Power's diaper bag on top of
baby items. Kilburn stated the
marijuana was his, Deputy
Waldorf said. They were
released from custody after
$1,000 bonds were posted.
Melissa Dawn Lorette, 33,
of Lake Butler was arrested
April 5 by Union Deputy Ken
Smith for disorderly conduct,
trespassing and making a false
report to law enforcement.
Witnesses stated Lorette was
talking in a loud voice and
causing a scene at 116th
Circle. She was inside a trailer
other than her own, Deputy
Smith said. Lorette wanted to
charge the owner with pushing
her but witnesses stated that
was not true, Deputy Smith
said. Lorette was released from
custody after surety bonds
totalling $2,000 were posted.
William Russell Canada, 48,
Danielsville, Ga., was arrested
April 8 by Union Deputy
Kevin Hilliard for disorderly
intoxication. Canada was
loitering in the area of the
West Main Street apartments.
When the deputy arrived he
found Canada with his pants
hanging flown, exposing his
bare buttocks. He Was
staggering and appeared to be
intoxicated, Deputy Hilliard
said. Canada stated he drank
several six-packs of beer during
the day and. could give no
reason for being in the
complex, Deputy Hilliard said.
He was transported to the
county jail.
-',Tony. Earl Dove, 42, of
Hampton was arrested April 3
by Lawtey Patrolman Nelly
.Edenfield for disorderly
intoxication. Dove was arrested
at the Fast Track in Lawtey
where he smelled strongly of
an alcoholic beverage and was
unable to stand, Patrolman
Edenfield said. Bond was set at
.$1,000.
Stephen James Coleman,
25, and Joshua K. Knipp, 23,
both of Hampton, were arrested
April 8 by Starke Patrolman
S.E. Swain for disorderly
intoxication. Knipp and
Coleman were arrested at 2:50
a.m. at the Kangaroo .where
they were causing a
disturbance, Patrolman Swain
said. They were released from
custody after $1,000 surety
bonds were posted.
Michael lerome Hoffmeyer,
26, of Keystone Heights was
arrested April 9 by Clay
Deputy T.A. Cecrle for
resisting an officer without
violence, giving a false name


and loitering or prowling.
Hoffmeyer was behind Ace
Hardware at 2:52 a.m. When
questioned by the officer he
gave a fake name and date of
birth. When the officer
attempted to take him into
custody, Hoffmeyer pulled
away and ran. After a brief
chase Hoffmeyer was caught
but refused to comply until a
Taser was used, Deputy Cecrle
said. After being medically
checked by Shands Starke,
Hoffmeyer was taken to the
county jail. He was also
charged on warrants from
Duval with failure to appear.
Bond was set at $5,358.
Joy Lynn Tedesco, 38, of
Orange Park was arrested April
4 by Starke Patrolman Keith
Parker for loitering and
prowling. Tedesco was seen
wandering the area between
S.R. 301 and Old Lawtey Road
for the majority of the
evening. She admitted to being
in the area to smoke crack,
Patrolman Parker. said. A
$1,000 surety bond was posted
for her release from custody.
Jerry Williams Simmons,
21, of Starke was arrested
April 6 by Patrolman Brown
for theft. Simmons is charged
with stealing a license plate
from the victim and attaching
it to his vehicle. Bond was set
.at $3,000 on the charges.
Clarence Keith Bivens, 43,
of Florahome was arrested
April 8 by Deputy Cecrle for
shoplifting and possession of
controlled substance without
prescription. Bivens ordered a
dinner for two with a sweet tea
and a beer at the Village
Dining Room. He became
upset, refused to eat his meal
and starting yelling when he
was refused another beer
because he appeared
intoxicated, Deputy Cecrle
said. Bivens left without
paying the $58.86 bill. He was
later located and during a search
the officer found two Soma
pills in his vehicle. He was
taken to the county jail.
Alejandro Adan, 20, of
Jupiter was arrested April 4 by
Bradford Sgt. E. J. Kiser for
violation of probation
possession of cannabis. Bond
*rwas set at $1,000.
Dominic Lontrell Harris, 20,
of Raiford was arrested April 4
by Union Deputy James
Goodwin on a Bradford warrant
for violation of probation. He
was transported to Bradford
where he was released after a
$5,000 surety bond was
posted.


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Felix Sparks Jr., 19, of Lake
Butler was arrested April 3 by
probation officers for violation
of community control
trafficking in stolen property
with no bond.
Emanuel Collier, 57, of
Starke was arrested April 7 by
Bradford Deputy Brian Outlaw
for failure to appear no'motor
vehicle registration. A $252
surety bond was posted for his
release from custody.
Scott Kevin Jones, 39, of
Worthington Springs was
arrested April 5 by Union
Deputy Mac Johns on warrants
for aggravated assault and
trespassing.
Bobby L. Rhines, 20, of
Starke was arrested April 5 by
Starke Patrolman P.A. King
for failure to appear possession
of controlled substance. A
$20,000 surety bond was
posted for his release from
custody.
Traverse Combs, 24, of
Sanderson was arrested April 5
by probation officers for
violation of probation from
Baker County. Combs failed to
abstain from using illegal
drugs as ordered by his
probation. He tested positive
for the .ise of marijuana and
cocaine. He remains in custody
under no bond.
Eldon Phillip Cornett, 51,
of Raiford was arrested April 7
by Starke Sgt. R.V. Melton
for violation of probation
wilful-wanton reckless driving
with bond set at $4,000.
Barbara A. Greene, 52, of
Starke was arrested April 5 by
Bradford Deputy D.E. Cannon
for violation of probation
aggravated assault with no
bond.
Terry Head, 46, of Melrose
was arrested April 3 by Clay
deputies for violation of
injunction.
Nancy Nicole Yarbrough,
22, of Keystone Heights was
arrested April 3 by Clay
Deputy Renee Scucci for
failure to appear dealing, in
stolen property and grand theft
with no bond.
Pa ulta .K THdrde, -.,38, of
Keystone Heights was arrested"
April 5 by Deputy Scucci on
warrants for worthless checks.
Bond was set at $225 on one
warrant and release on her own
recognizance on two warrants,
Deputy Scucci said.


Thomas Alvin Home Sr.,
43, of Keystone Heights was
arrested April 5 by Clay Det.
Edwin Gibson on.a capias for
worthless check. Bond was set
at $225.

Kevin Goode, 42, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
April 4 by Clay deputies on a
warrant for contempt of court.
Barry Kenneth Ely III, 33, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
April 8 by Deputy Cecrle for
violation of probation
trespassing and petit theft with
no bond.
David C. Bishop, 46, of
Interlachen was arrested April 3
by Bradford Deputy Sherri
Mann on a warrant from
Marion County for worthless
check. Bond was set at $900.
Patrick E. Roberts, 44, of
Middleburg was arrested April
3 by Deputy Mann on a
warrant from Clay County
with no bond.
Christine West Fugatt, 26,
of Starke was arrested April 4
by Deputy Mann on a warrant
from Nassau County for
dealing in stolen property and
petit theft. She was released
from custody after a $12,504
surety bond was posted.


Ira L. Holmes, 24, of Lake
Butler was arrested April 5 by
Deputy Smith on a warrant for
felony battery.

Traffic
Walter Edward McClelland,
43, of St. Augustine was
arrested April 2 by Patrolman
Brown for no valid driver's
license (NVDL). A $500 cash
bond was posted for his release
from custody.
Jarrod M. Kersey; 28, of
Starke was arrested April 6 by
Patrolman King for failure to
appear failure to have required
endorsement on driver's
license. A $5,000 surety bond
was posted for his release.


Justin Willingham, 21, of
Starke was arrested April 4 by
Clay deputies for NVDL. and
fleeing attempting to elude.
Heather Leanne Smith, 22,
of Starke was arrested April 5
by Sgt. Watson on warrants
for failure to appear DWLS.
Total bond was set at $7,000.
John Joseph Vayo, 22, of
Starke was arrested'April 3 by
Clay Deputy R.B. Boykin on a
capias from Clay County for
failure to appear DWLS. Bond
was set at $752.


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Think 'safety' when-disposing---of -chemicals


Florida Agriculture and
Consumer Services
Commissioner Charles H.
Bronson is urging people to
think "safety" when doing
spring cleaning and yard work.
As warmer weather
approaches, many people will
be using lawn chemicals or
throwing out leftover pesticides
and fertilizers stored in their
garage. Chemicals can be
dangerous if they are not
properly stored and disposed of
or if adverse conditions affect
these chemicals or their
containers. Correct handling of
chemicals such as pesticides
and fertilizers can decrease the
potential danger of accidental
poisonings and contamination
National Poison Prevention
Week, March 18-24, was
created to highlight the dangers
of poisoning and how to
prevent it. One study shows
that about 70,000 children were
involved in common household
pesticide-related poisonings or
exposures in 2004.
Labels for pesticide and
fertilizer products are required
to include information about
proper storage and disposal and
consumers should refer to the
labels. But in some cases, the
labels may have worn off by
the time the product is ready to
be thrown out.
"Improper storage can, at the
very least make a product less
effective," Bronson said. "But
more importantly, many


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children, pets and the
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Tips for safe storage:
-Do not stockpile
chemicals. Buy only the
amount you need.
-Follow label storage
instructions and never remove a
label.
-Store completely out of
reach of children and pets,
preferably in a locked cabinet.


-Always store in their
original containers, never
transfer them to other
containers (especially soda
bottles, which children might
mistake for a drink).
-Write the date of purchase
on the container so older
material can be used first.
-Never mix leftover
materials. There is a
possibility they could react
with each other and ignite or
explode.
-Do not store in places


where flooding is possible.
-Store pesticides and
fertilizers away from paints,
solvents and fuels.
-Do not reuse containers
Tips for proper disposal:
-It is best to dispose of
pesticides and fertilizers per
label instructions,
-If leftover pesticides or
fertilizers cannot be used, check
with the local trash pickup
provider to find out if there is a
household hazardous waste
collection program or site for


getting rid of unwanted
chemicals.
-Do not pour leftover
pesticides into a sink, toilet,
sewer or street drain. Pesticides
may interfere with the
operation of wastewater
treatment systems or pollute
waterways. -Many -municipal
systems are not equipped to
remove all pesticide residues. If
pesticides reach waterways,
they may harm fish, plants,
and other living things.


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can be very helpful in
eradicating disease carrying
insects," Bronson said. "But
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Starke Kiwanis hosts


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Why should men dressing
up as women have all the fun?
That's the question a group
of women' asked themselves,
which has resulted in a first-
time fund-raiser for the
Kiwanis Club of Starke.
A "Mr. Gorgeous"
pageant-the female version of
"Mz. Ugly"-is set for


See 'An
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Truth' for
free
The Student Activities
Committee of the Andrews
Center of Santa Fe
Community College has
announced that the group will
b'e showing the Academy-
Award winning documentary,
"An Inconvenient Truth," on
Thursday, April 19, at 7:30
p.m. at the Andrews Cultural
Building on Call Street.
The event is open to the
public. There will be no
admission charge and those
who wish to participate in a
discussion of the movie are
invited to stay after the
showing.


Southside
round-up is
April 25
Southside Elementairy
School's kindergarten round-up
is Wednesday, April 25, in the
school cafeteria from 1-3 p.m.
The child's birth certificate,
social -security card, Florida
physical information, shot
records and \erification of
living address are required.
For information call the
school at (904) 966-6061.


Local Boy
Scouts to
host golf
tournament
Boy Scouts Troop 70 of
Starke will be hosting its fifth
annual golf tournament on
Saturday, May 12, at the
Keystone Golf and Country
Club.
Registration is at 8 a.m. with
a shotgun start at 8:30 a.m. for
the four-man scramble. Cost,
which includes cart, lunch and
prizes, is $50 per player. Prizes
will be awarded for first,
second and third place.
The deadline to submit a
registration application is
Monday, April 30.
Applications may be mailed to
BSA Troop 70 c/o Wynette
Browning, 2018 S.E. 150"' St.,
Starke, FL 32091. Checks
should be made payable to
BSA Troop 70.
.... For more information on
obtaining registration
applications, or on the
tournament itself, please call
Wynette Browning at (904)
964-4411 or (904) 682-3381.
Kevin Adkins. may also be
contacted at (904) 533-2087.
, Anyone interested in making
a- donation toward hole/cart
sponsorships may also call the
above phone numbers.


Saturday, April 21, at 7 p.m.
(dinner is at 6 p.m.) at the
Bradford County Fairgrounds.
Tickets are $30 and can be
purchased from any Kiwanis


Club member or at Starke
businesses Denmark Furniture
and Sporting Chance.
Participants will compete in
two categories: sports wear


'Mr


and talent. Finalists will then evening's emcee, and Chad
answer questions for the right Rhoden, who won the Kiwanis
to don the crown. Club's Mz. Ugly pageant in
Kiwanis member Terrry 2005, will provide
Vaughan will serve as the entertainment (as himself, not


Mz. Ugly alter ego Shu Shu
Fontan).
For more information on the
event, please call Steve
Denmark at (904) 964-5827.


Group page
established
for KHHS
Class of 1987

A Yahoo Groups page has
been established for the
Keystone Heights High School
Class of 1987, which will be
hosting its 20'1 reunion later
this year.
Those graduates can log
onto the Web site
www.groups.yahoo.com/group
/khhsclassof87/ to connect
with other former classmates
and to help plan this year's
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Page 2C TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR--C-SECTION April 12, 2007


Area couples have a ball while ballroom dancing


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Faces alternated between
c\pressions of focused
concentration and jo), but one
constant at the Starke
Academy of Dance on a recent
Thursday night was that feet
were always moving.
Approximately 15 couples
-including Carol and Warren
Ste enson-have been taking
ballroom dancing classes at the
Starke studio, learning such
dances as the cha cha,
merengue, rumba and salsa.
"It's a great workout and a
lot of fun," Carol Stevenson
said.
Laura Theus, the owner of
Starke Academy of Dance,
sdid she has wanted to offer
ballroom instruction since
August. At first, the idea was
to offer such instruction for the
studio's child dancers as they
continue to mature and learn
more, but the dancers' parents
expressed an interest in
learning ballroom dancing as
well. That led Theus to offer
classes for adults, to see if
there was any interest in the.
community.
"Apparently there is," she
said, alluding to the fact that
22 couples signed up at first.
Theus said there were two
challenges to offering such
classes in Starke. One, she had
to find an instructor willing to
come to Starke. Two, she
wanted to find an instructor
who was good.
Those challenges were
overcome by partnering with
Kaluby's Dance Club of
Jacksonville. That partnership
brings institictor Nataliya
Laubert-a Russian ballroom
dance champion-to Starke
every week.
Laubert wastes little time
during the classes. She is
practically giving instructions
as she. is walking in the door,
sometimes employing a quick,
but forceful, "Shhh" when she
feels she does not have
everyone's undivided
attention. -
Don't think the experience
isn't enjoyable, however.
Smiles are abundant when a
move is successfully executed,
but those smiles are not
reserved for successes.. There
is the more than occasional
mistake that has couples
laughing with each other.
"We have fun," participant,
Cheryl Canova said.
And in the end, participants
such as Amanda Seay find


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dancing, while creating an
intermediate class for current
students to move up to.
For more information,
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Couples, including Amanda Seay and Adam Stevenson (foreground left) and Robin
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RIGHT: Carol Stevenson
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husband, Warren.
BELOW: Paul and
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'Florida mine employees (1-r) Mike Todd, David Baldree, Bill Buby, Rob Pater, -
Philip Brooks, Robert Boswell and Gary Underhill display the Sentinels of Safety
Award. Employee involvement is a critical component of the mine's safety effort.




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receive safety award


Einpl.'.c of the DuPont
F I.I'Id.I n ilnC .were recently
,_i dirdcd the Sentinels of
Sjiletv designation for
Soi,.ii -i.,ridin replacee safety.
rifrl:ilru:kc by the Mine
Sa.fety and ., Health
Administration and the
National Mining Association.
This-.-is the 17' time the
DuPiont Florida mine has
received the award.
The purpose of the annual
Sentinels of Safety award
program is to recognize
achievement of outstanding
safety records, to stimulate
greater interest in safety and to
encourage development of
more'e effective accident
prevention programs among
the nation's mineral extractive
industries.
To be eligible for the award,
a mine must complete the year
without a lost-time injury and
achieve overall, safety
performance better than the
national average.
"I am very proud. of our
DuPont plant team for working
safely and caring about each
other," said David Wright,
safety, health and
environmental manager. "This
jaard ik nice. but the real


[WORTH NOTING


Starke Lions Club meets on the .
second and fourth Tuesdays of the
month, 7 p.m., at Western Steer
Steak House in Starke. For
information call Angel Hill, (904)
364-62.15.
The Lawtey Recreation Board
meets on the second Tuesday of the
month at 7 p.m.
A meditation and stress control
workshop-is held every Thursday at
6:30 p.m. at the Senior Health Care
Center. Call to register (904) 782-
1069.
Bradford Lodge No. 35 F&AM, at
the corner of Orange and Call
streets, in Starke has slated
communications on the second and
fourth Monday of the month at 7:30
p.m. and a covered dish dinner on
the second Monday at 6:30 p.m.
American Legion Post #56, at 715
Edwards Rd. in Starke across from
the National Guard Armory, has
bingo every .Monday night for cash
prizes. Up to $125 jackpot,
depending on attendance, Can be
won each week. Early bird, 7 p.m.;
regular gamesi,7:30 p.m.; doors
open at 5 p.m. Players must be 18 or
older. The public is welcome
Do you have any concerns about
your child's development? Free
information and/or screenings are
available for ages birth to 5 years.
To schedule an appointment, call
Child Find at (800) 227-6036 or go
to www. nefec.org/fdlrs (click on
Child Find).
Shands at Starke Auxiliary has
available several volunteer
opportunities including gift shop,
reception desk, X-ray, medical
records, patient services and filing.
For information call Helen
LeVangie, (352) 473-8580; Dolores
Morgan, (904) 964-5748; Kay
McKinley, (904) 964-7284; or
Sharon Gaines, (904) 964-6009.
Hospice is in need of volunteers.
There will be a volunteer training'
program soon, and if interested in
this important volunteer
opportunity, call Carolyn Long,
386-328-7100.

A substance abuse support group
is held every Wednesday at 7 p.m.
at L.awtey Church of Christ, CR-
200-B, for those who-suffer from
alcohol- or drug-related problems,
workaholics, compulsive spenders
and unhealthy relationships. The .
public is welcome. Call (904) 782-
3771 or (904) 782-3086 for
information.
The Bradford County Veteran
Service Officer days of service are
Tuesday and lihr ,J.,., from 8 "
a.m. to 5 p.m. For inquiries, please
call (904) 966-6385.


reward comes from knowing
that we are ensuring our
employees and processes are
safe."
'he DuPont Florida mine
began operation in 1948 and
today employs 140 people.
DuPont has developed the
safest and most
environmentally responsible
way to extract specialty
minerals which are used to
manufacture 'beneficial
products.
Products include ilmenite
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pigment; zircon sand for
precision casting; and


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if they qualify. The power.
wheelchairs are provided to those
who cannot walk and cannot self-
propel a manual.wheelchair in their
home, and who meet the additional
guidelines of the program. No
deposit is required. Call toll free,
(800) 817-1871, to see if you
qualify.


Staff Sgt. Scott Crim cuts off old brackets with an
acetylene torch in the back of a M-35 A2 truck. Crim
is a 1st Expeditionary RED HORSE Group vehicle
maintenance craftsman. (U.S. Air Force photo/
Senior Airman Erik Hofmeyer.)


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Derek Wayne Daniels
and
Shannon Leigh Morgan


Morgan and
Daniels to
wed April 14
John and Tina Morgan of
Raiford announce the
upcoming marriage of their
daughter, Shannon Leigh
Morgan, to Derek Wayne
Daniels, son, of Larry and
Linda Daniels of Macclenny.
The bride-elect is a 2001
graduate of Union County
High School. She is employed
by Union Correctional
Institution.
g The groom-elect is a 2000
Graduate of Baker County
High School. He works for
Florida State Prison.
The wedding will take place
at 5 p.m. on Saturday, April
14, 2007, at "The Glen"- in
Glen St. Mary.
A reception will
immediately follow the
ceremony.
Family and friends are
invited.


Panorama Homeless Coalition
Inc., the service provider for
Bradford County grants, meets the
;'second Thursday of the month at
6"30 p.m. at 625 Brownlee St. in
Starke. Call (904) 964-6008 or
o;(904) 769-9587, after,7 p.m. Shade
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Quinton Amar Jawad and
Erin Jawad

Quinton Jawad
Announcing the birth of
Quinton Amar Jawad on Feb.
7, 2007, to Erin and Mark
Jawad.
Erin grew up in Keystone
Heights (Erin Stacey Johnson)
and graduated KHHS in 1996.
She has been married to Mark
Jawad for the past two years.
'The proud grar.dparents are
Diane Johnson of Keystone
Heights and Paul Johnson of
Crawfordville and Maan and
Dixie Jawad of Camas, Wash.
The proud maternal great-
grandparents are Len and Dee
Carlson of Keystone and Ruth
Johnson, also of Keystone.
Quinton weighed 7 pounds,
3 ounces.
Erin and Mark and Quinton
reside in Redmond, Wash.,
where Mark works for
Nintendo and Erin is a full
time Mom to Quinn. PAID


McDuffie and
Hamilton are
wed
Patricia McDuffie and
Thomas Hamilton, both of
Starke, announce their marriage
on Monday, April 9, 2007.
The bride is the daughter of
Mary Gainey of Starke.
The groom is the son of
Marion DeSue of Starke.


Polk and Brown to wed May


S Cndy Polk of Starke and
,Michael "Mo" Brown of
Rai-ford announce their
upcoming marriage.
The bride-elect' is ,the
daughter of Betty and Larry...,
Glisson ot Starke and 'Ralph'
- and Eloise Ward of Ellerbe,
N.C. She is employed by the
Department of Corrections.
o The groom-elect is the son
of Brenda and Martin Shreve
- of Orange Park and Otis and
-Cathy Brown of San Mateo.
He also is employed by the
,> DOC.
The wedding is planned for
-.Saturday, May 12, 2007, at 2
p.m., at Cooper Hall at Camp
Blanding. A reception will
follow at the same location.
Family and friends who are
planning to attend must RSVP


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Cindy Polk and
Michael Brown


before May 7, 2007, for Camp
Blanding entry.


Starke Rec.

Dept. offers

summer camp
Applications for the Starke
Recreation Department's
summer camp are being
accepted through May 25.
The camp is for children
ages 6-17 (exception:
completed kindergarten and
will be 6 this summer) and will
be housed at the Bradford.
County Fairgrounds in
buildings 1 and 2.
Camp cost is $150 (includes
T-shirt for weekly trips) for
eight weeks.
For more information,
please call the Starke
Recreation Department at
(904) 964-6792.


WS Pioneer
Day is
April 22
Pioneer Day in Worthington
Springs means family fun,
good food and wholesome
entertainment.
Those attending Pioneer Day
are encouraged to dress in old-
style clothing as a farmer or
pioneer. This includes those
attending the two church
services at 8:30 and 11 a.m.,
and/or Sunday School at 9:45
a.m, at Sardis Baptist Church.
When everyone has
assembled after church services
at approximately 12:45 p.m.,
on Sunday, May 22, a covered
dish luncheon with homemade
desserts will be served
banquet-style to everyone
attending the first ever Pioneer
Day at Sardis Baptist Church.
The men of Sardis Baptist
Church have volunteered to
,bake, cook and prepare a
special dessert. They will
personally parade their special
creations through the
fellowship hall following the
covered-dish dinner. Desserts
will then be sold to the highest
bidder.
Door prizes will be awarded
after lunch and a special prize
will be awarded to the best-
dressed pioneer or farmer
woman and man.

Bronson

..touts
alternative

fuels
Florida has the capability of
producing more alternative
fuels than anywhere else in the
country, Florida Agriculture
anrd Consumer Services
Commissioner
Charles H. Bronson told
state legislators recently.
Appearing before a joint
meeting of the House
Agribusiness and House
Energy Committees, Bronson
said the state's abundant
sunshine, ample rainfall and
year round growing season puts


Florida ahead of every state in
the country in its potential to
produce ethanol and bio-diesel
crops.
"You today are in a position
of putting Florida ahead of the
pack," Bronson said. "It will be
a Florida that looks. much
different than it does today."
What are needed are tax
incentives or some form of
financial assistance that the
state can provide to encourage
growers to produce alternative
energy crops and processors to
locate facilities in Florida to
convert the crops to fuel,
Bronson said.
Bronson is a member of the
steering committee of
"25x25"-a national bipartisan
organization whose goal is to
see U.S. agriculture produce 25
percent of the nation's energy
needs by the year 2025. He has
launched the state's "Farm to
Fuel" program, w-hich
encompasses efforts under way
in Florida to see that goal
realized.
In his presentation to
legislators, Bronson pointed
out that if the "Farm to Fuel"
initiative is successful in
Florida, it would not only
lessen the state and nation's
dependency on foreign. oil but
would keep green space in
Florida by giving farmers yet
another crop to produce and a
way to make a profit.

In recent years, urban
encroachment on rural areas has
triggered large losses of farm
land and in the process
contributed to congestion and
the lack of green or open space.
"If you want to keep green
space in Florida without the
state having to buy every
single acre and taking it off the
tax rolls, give farmers another
crop to make a profit on,"
Bronson said.
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legislators that unlike the
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wood, forestry debris, plant
stalks and even livestock waste
in addition to conventional
crops.
"The opportunities in Florida
are going to shock you,"
Bronson said.


WORTH NOTING
Hospice is in need of volunteers.
There will be a volunteer training
program soon, and if interested in
this important volunteer opportuni-
ty, call Carolyn Long, 386-328-
7100.
Three Wishes Inc. makes available
power (electric) wheelchairs to
senior citizens and the permanently


What does the phrase "title
search" mean to you? Aside
from an activity at the local
library, its purpose is critical
to. the successful sale of a
home. A title search is per-
formed by an attorney in order
to guarantee that there are no
unknown liens on or claims to
a property.
Because title searches are
often ordered Qnly after a pur-
chase contract is on the table,
problems can suddenly turn
up at the eleventh hour, caus-
ing delays in the closing.
That's why it may be advis-
able for the sellers to request a
title search before even listing.
their property for sale.
What sort of problems
might a title search unearth?
There might be an "unreleased
mortgage," which happens
when a previous refinance is
paid off, but the lender fails to
file a release orfithe old mort-
gage. Property taxes may


disabled at no cost to the recipient,
if they qualify. The power
wheelchairs are provided to those
who cannot walk and cannot self-
propel a manual wheelchair in their
home, and who meet the additional
guidelines of the program. No
deposit is required. Call toll free,
(800) 817-1871, to s

Do you have any concerns about
your child's development? Free
information and/or screenings are
available for ages birth to 5 years.
To schedule an appointment, call
Child Find at (800) 227=6036 or go
to www. nefec.org/fdlrs (click on
Child Find).
A substance abuse,support group
is held every Wednesday at 7 p.m. at
Lawtey Church of Christ, CR-200-
B, for those who suffer from
alcohol- or drug-related problems,
workaholics, compulsive spenders
and unhealthy relationships. The
public is welcome. Call (904) 782-
3771 or (904) 782-3086 for
information.


appear to be unpaid until fil-
ing errors are discovered. A
divorce or death in the family
may not be properly reflected
inthe ownership structure.
Sometimes property records
are fraudulently used to com-
rifit identity theft.
This is not to say that
these errors are common, but
they are increasingly preva-
lent among properties that
have changed hands several
times over these last few
years of frenzied real estate
activity. Speak with an agent
before listing your home to
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you solve a real estate puzzle or
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Indians force tie with Tigers atop District 6 standings


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Stuff Writer
It was a chance for the
Union County baseball team to
grab sole possession of first
place in District 6-3A, but
instead Keystone Heights
forced a two-way tie that still
exists after handing the Tigers
a 3-0 loss on April 3 in
Keystone.
Each team won a district
game on April 5 to remain tied
with each other-Keystone has
an 8-2 district record and
Union a 7-2 mark. The Tigers
have one regular season
district game left-against
Crescent City on Friday, April
13, in Lake Butler. If the
Tigers win that game, as would
be expected, a tie-breaker will
have to be used to determine
whether Keystone or Union is
the number one seed in the
District 6 tournament, which
begins April 23 in Keystone.
The Tigers handed Keystone
a 3-0 loss earlier this season,
but this time around Union's
batters were kept in check by
Indians pitcher Blake Lott.
Lott (7-1) gave up just three
. hits-two of which were by
Wade McDowvell-and two'
Walks, while striking out 10.


Lott's counterpart, Tyler
Osteen, gave tip just seven
hits, with one of the runs he
allowed occurring after an
error.
The Indians scored two runs
in the first. Tyler Richardson
singled, followed by a walk
given up to Tyson Paulk. Cole
Belote then delivered an RBI
single, while another run
scored later on an error.
Osteen held the Indians
scoreless from there until the
sixth. Scott O'Steen drew a
walk for Keystone and made it
around the bases to score after
singles by Chad Berkson and
Paulk.
Berkson went 2-for-3 for
Keystone, while Richardson
was 2-for-4. Andrew Secules
was I-for-1.
McDowell led Union by
going 2-for-3.
Indians, Tigers stay
even with April 5 wins
Keystone and Union each
had to turn around and play
another district opponent on
April 5, with each team
winning to stay tied, in the
district standings.
The Indians traveled to
Pierson and got huge games


offensively from Paulk and
Clayton Mosley in defeating
Taylor 13-3 in five innings.
Paulk and Mosley were each
3-for-4 and -each also hit two
doubles.
Richardson and Brett
Anderson each went 2-for-3,
with Richardson hitting a
double.
Paulk and Richardson scored
three and four runs,
respectively.
Secules (4-3) pitched all five
nings, giving up two hits and
striking out eight.
It was the fourth straight win
for Keystone (13-7 prior to
April 10), with all of those
wins coming against district
opponents.
Union, which opened the
season winning 10 of its first
12 games, had a streak of its
own going against district
opponents. The Tigers won
their first five district games
before losing to Interlachen on
March 26.
Zeke Scaff helped the Tigers
avenge that loss, driving in
four runs in an 11-2 win over
Interlachen on April 5 in Lake
Butler.
Interlachen scored the
game's first run, but the Tigers


NOTICE PUBLIC AUCTION
CITY OF LAKE BUTLER
The City will hold a public auction to dispose of surplus equipment
on Saturday April 21, 2007. Items to be auction may be, viewed
beginning at 7:30 am until 9:00 am, Saturday April 21st. The
auction will begin promptly at 9:00 am. The following is a partial
listing of surplus items: a


1996 Ford 3/4T @ Utility Body
1993 Ford Ranger p/u
L-8000 Ford Garbage Truck
Vermeer Wood Chipper, Diesel
Cushmani Truckster
16 Husqavarna Concrete saw
Shindiawa Commercial Trimmer
Shindiawa Commercial Edger
New Holland 918H Flail Mower
Schonstedt Pipe Horn, MAC-51Bx
Steam/Pressure Washer @ generator
S And 10 HP Horida engine
K Oflice Equipment
E Machine Monitor, 15
ProView Monitor, 15
CTX Monitor, 15
HP Monitor, 15
TTX Monitor, 15
3 piece modular desk
Adjustable table, 18 X 36
Brother Portable typewriter SX4000


Office Equipment
Okidata Matrix printer
Canon AB500 typewriter ;
IBM Wheelwriter typewriter
Brother typewriter
Mustek 600 scanner
APC battery backup
Pitney Bowes scale
Electronic postage scale
Typewriter Table, small
Fax Machine
CPU, brand unknown
Shicar CPU .. .
Calculator .'-. -
SnapScan scanner
Commercial Dual Tissue Holders
3 drawer lateral file
HP Deskjet printer, 1220C
Epson Scanner, Model 3170
Computer keyboard
HP 890C printer
HP printer


answered %with nine runs in the"
second through fifth innings.
Scaff went 3-for-5 with a
double. He scored two runs
and stole two bases.
Osteen went 2-for-3 with a
double and an RBI, while Brett
Maddox also hit a double.
Maddox pitched a complete
game to improve his record to
7-1. He struck out 11 batters,


giving up seven hits and one
walk.
It was the fourth win for the
Tigers (15-4 prior to April 10)
in their last five games.
Union played Hilliard this
past Tuesday and will host
Crescent City Friday, April 13,
at' 7 p.m. The Tigers then
travel to Callahan to play West
Nassau on Tuesday, April 17,


at 7 p.m.
Keystone played Ridgeview
this past Tuesday and will
travel to Gainesville to play
Buchholz tonight, April 12, at
7 p.m. The Indians. then host
Menendez on, Monday, April
16, at 6 p.m. before traveling
to Jacksonville to play
Episcopal on Tuesday, April
17, at 6 p.m.


Bradford boys finish near

top in 2 events at UF Relays


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Bradford High School's Rob
Harris captured second place
and the boys 4xl00m relay
team was. involved in another
close race at the 63rd annual
Florida Relays, which were
held. April 6-7 at the
University of Florida in
Gainesville.
'"I was very proud of the
effort our kids gave," Bradford
coach John Loper said. "1
thought that we had a very
good showing."
That included Harris


finishing second to South
Lake's Jeffrey Demps, who is
considered one of the fastest
high school athletes in the
country. Demps ran 'a time of
10.32 seconds, followed by
Harris at 10.68 seconds.
Philip Pierre-Louis of St.
Thomas Aquinas finished third
behind Harris with a time of
10.69 seconds.
Harris, Demps and -Pierre-
Louis are all juniors.
The race also featured
Bradford's Jawan Jamison,
who placed 191h with a time of
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among the seven freshmen
who competed in the race.
Jamison, Harris, C.J.
Covington and Chuckie
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which placed third with a time
of 42.18 seconds. Bradford
almost crossed the line at the
same time as runner-up Miami
Jackson, which had a time of
42.17 seconds.
South Shore won the race
with a time of 41.69 seconds.
Bradford also had a high
finish on the girls side, with
Jennifer Smyth placing sixth in
the long jump with a distance
of 17'1.25". She was first
among the three sophomores
who competed.
Miami Northwestern's
Lizzie Harris won the event
with a jump or. 19'.
Bradford competed in two
girls relays, with the 4x200m
team finishing with a time of
1'.'53.26 and the 4xl00m team
fihishing with a time of 52.97
(Northwestern won both races
with times of 1:38.99 and
48.02).
.Bradford's boys distance
medley team had a time of,
12:48.99 (Hernando won the
race with a time of 10:46.84).
The Tornadoes will compete
in the District 5-2A meet
today, April 12, at St.
Augustine High School. The
top four finishers in each event
will advance to the Region 2
meet at Lake Highland Prep in
Orlando.
"Our kids are ready to see
what they've got in the
postseason," Loper said.-


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Keystone will send 5 weightlifters to state finals


Bradford and Union
County fail to qualify
-anyone from April 4
Section 3 meet

BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Keystone Heights boys
weightliflers Randy Davids
and Brandon Boettcher won
their weight classes at the
Section 3-Class A meet on
April 4 at Episcopal High
School in Jacksonville and will
compete in the April 20
Florida High School Athletic
Association Finals along with
three of their teammates.
The winning lifters in each
class at each of the eight
section meet throughout the
state earned berths in the state
finals, which will be held at
Spruce Creek High School in
Port Orange, beginning at 10
a.m.
The next 10 best lifters from
the sectional meets combined
also qualified, giving berths to
Keystone's Dennis Taylor,
Sam Thiesen and Jack Taylor.
Davids won the 154-pound
class at the Section 3 meet
with a 500-pound total. He had
a bench press of 250 pounds
and a clean and jerk of 250
pounds.
A 650-pound total gave
Boettcher first place in the
heavyweight class. He had a
bench press of 360 pounds and
a clean and jerk of 290 pounds.
Jack Taylor was runner-up


154-pound class lifters from
the sectional meets throughout
the state. Panama City Beach
Arnold's Dalton Mandigo
compiled a 545-pound total-
45 pounds better than Davids.
However, Davids has lifted
better than 500 pounds this
season
Boettcher's sectional total of
650 pounds in the heavyweight
class ranks seventh. Santa Fe's
Linval Joseph compiled a 775-
pound total at his sectional
meet.
Jack Taylor's 645-pound
total in the 238-pound class
ranks 10"' among the


qualifiers, with Wakulla's
Nisel Bradham leading the
pack with a total lift of 725
pounds.
At 550 pounds, Thiesen's
total in the 169-pound class is'
I Il best. Haines City's Calvin
Fletcher tops the field with a
610-pound total.
Dennis Taylor and North
Marion's Jack Sun earned the
last two spots in the 119-pound
class with 330-pound totals.
Arnold's Raphel, Garcia had
the best total at 400 pounds.
The top six individuals in
each class at the FHSAA
Finals will earn medals.


Four of the weightlifters from Keystone who qualified for the Florida High School
Athletic Association Finals are (from left) Randy Davids, Jack Taylor, Dennis Taylor
and Sam Thiesen.


in the 238-pound class with a
645-pound total-10 pounds
less than the winner, Matthew
Doolittle of Bolles. Taylor had
a bench press of 335 pounds"
and a clean and jerk of 310
pounds.
Thiesen earned third in the
169-pound class with a 550-
pound total (West Nassau's
Sammy Brown and Clay's
Malcolm Francis had totals of
585 and 565 pounds,.
respectively). Thiesen had a
bench press of 295 pounds and
a clean and jerk of 255 pounds.
Dennis Taylor just did
qualify for the state finals after
placing fourth in the 119-
pound class. He had a bench


press of 175 pounds and a
clean and jerk of 155 pounds
for a 330-pound total (winner
Ryan King of Baker County
had a total lift of 375 pounds).
Riki Olivier placed fourth
for Keystone in the 199-potund
class with a 290-pound bench
press and a 265-pound clean
and jerk. However, his 555-
pound total was 10 pounds less
than that of the final state
qualifier, Crescent City's
Spencer Simmons.
Union County's Derek
Kingsland placed fourth in 'the
1.29-pound class, but his 345-
pound total was 40 pounds less
than the lowest three state
qualifiers. Kingsland had a


bench press of 160 pounds and
a clean and jerk of 155 pounds.
Bradford's lone Section 3
participant, Josh Oliver, failed
to qualify for state. He placed
fifth in the 139-pound class
with a 420-pound total. He had
a bench press of 200 pounds
and a clean and jerk of 220
pounds.,
ThIe, lowest total among the
139'-pound state qualifiers was
425 pounds, compiled by
Hudson's Joseph Cimino.


How Keystone's
qualifiers stack up
Davids' Section 3 total ranks
as fourth best among the other


Softball district tournaments start Monday


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
The softball teams at
Bradford, Keystone Heights
and Union County high
schools will begin their quest
for state playoff berths next
week in the District 2-4A and
District 6-3A tournaments.
Union County will be the
first team to take the field,-
playing Matanzas at 4:30 p.m.-
on Monday, April 16, in the
quarterfinals of the District 6-


3A tournament, which is being
hosted by Pierson Taylor High
School. The other quarterfinal
game will pit host Taylor
against Crescent City at 6:30
p.m.
The winner between
Union-the tournament's
fourth seed-and Matanzas
will playtop seed Interlachen
in the semifinals on Tuesday,
April 17, at 4:30 p.m. Second
seed Keystone Heights will
play either Taylor or Crescent
City at 6:30 p.in.


Tuesday's winners will play
for the championship on
Thursday, April 19, at 6:30
p.m. Both championship game
participants will advance to the
regional playoffs.

Bradford begins its quest on
Monday, April 16, by playing
host team Baker County in the
District 2-4A quarterfinals at 7
p.m. That game will follow a
game between Middleburg and
Suwannee at 5 p.m.
If Bradford wins, it will play


anita Fe on Tuesday, April 17,
at 5 p.m. If Baker County
defeats Bradford, the Wildcats
will play Santa Fe at 7 p.m.
Ridgeview will play
Middleburg or Suwannee in
the other semifinal game at
either 5 p.m. or 7 p.m.,
depending upon whether
Bradford or Baker plays Santa
Fe.
The championship game is
scheduled for Thursday, April
19, at 7 p.m.


Keystone's
Brandon
Boettcher
(shown
psyching
himself up for a
bench press
attempt during
an earlier meet)
will also
compete at the
state finals.


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nings.
1985 FLEETWOOD MO-
BILE HOME 3/2 24x40,
must move. $10,000
OBO, call 904-964-8526.
MACCLENNY LAND
HOME PACKAGE. New
1579 sq ft 3/2 on 1.5
acres on the St. Mary's
River, $135,000. Call
904-259-8028.
NOW IS THE TIME TO
BUY. New Fleetwood
Homes 2007 models sold
for thousands less. Drive
a little, save aslot. Locally
owned and operated
since 1998. Yarborough
Mobile Homes, 904-259-
8028.
REDUCED! NEW 2007
2100 SO FT 5/2, $52,900.
Call 904-259-1100.
MUST SELL
DOUBLEWIDE MOBILE
HOME on 1 acre, newly
renovated. Pole barn ga-
rage and deck, in
Melrose. Asking below
appraised value for
$113,000. Call 352-475-
1800 or 352-246-6077.
12X70 MOBILE HOME
WITH 10X16 ADDITION.










352I-473 :D8


New floors, bath, addi-
tion, kitchen with vinyl tile,
new refrigerator, furnace.
Also 10x 16 wooden build-
ing, 6x8 metal building.
$5,000, call 352-468-
1878.
1995 14X80 2/2
SINGLEWIDE MOBILE
HOME. Large living
space, plenty of room,
asking pay-off price of
$8,000. Buyer respon-
sible for moving. Call
904-964-4890 or 904-
966-1322.

50 For Rent
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR
RENT! COMPLETE with
CH/A, cable provided, all
utilities paid! Central loca-
tion. 10% discount on first
month's rent for senior
citizens. Rooms with pri-
vate bath, $115 $135. /
wk. Room without bath,
$100. Laundry facilities,
available. Close to
churches, stores, down-
town shopping, theatre,
and more! See Manager
at the Magnolia Hotel,
across from the Starke
Post Office. 904-964-
4303.
WE HAVE 2 OR 3 bedroom
MH, clean, close to
prison. Call 352-468-
1323.
SOUTHERN VILLAS OF
StarkeApts. 2 BR HC&
non HC apartments. Cen-
tral ac/heat, on site laun-
dry, playground, private
and quiet atmosphere.
Located on SR16, 1001
Southern Villas Drive,
Starke, Fl or call 904-964-
7295, TDD/TTY 711.
Equal Housing Opportu-


nllty
SPECIAL-RENT 2 & 3BR
homes, newly renovated
Deposit required. No
pets First month free.
Call 678-438-6828 cr
678-438-2865. for more
information.
BRAND NEW 3/2 SITE
BUILT HOME 1/3 acre,
Keystone Heights area,
.secluded. $795/mth plus
deposit. Call 352-258-
0865.

2/1 MOBILE HOME ON 1/3
ACRE. $325/mth plus
$200/dep. Pets OK. Call
352-473-2185.
2/2 LAKE HOUSE IN
SAMPSON CITY With
washer/dryer, dock.
$900/mth with $600/dep.
Call 904-964-6841.
RENT TO OWN BRAND
NEW 3/2. 1 car garage,


paved road, walking dis-
tance to lake, $995/mth.
Call 352-258-0865.
FURNISHED 2BR MH, CH/
A, patio, shed, large
fenced yard, DW, very
clean, no pets, $650 per
month plus security.
Starke area. Call 386-
496-0683.
3/1 STARKE AREA
CLOSE TO TOWN. Ex-
cellent neighborhood,
fenced yard, shed. $650/
mth, first, last and de-
posit. Call 904-263-0247.
THE ORANGE HOUSE on
Orchid Avenue is for rent.
2BR/1 BA. See it Saturday
or Sunday from noon to
3pm. Service animals
only.
5 NEW DELUXE HOMES
Keystone area. 3/2/2 or 3/
2/2.5, tile floors, granite
counters, fireplaces,
jacuzzi tubs, laundry


T.H.E. Apartments

922 E. Brownlee St. Starke, Florida

Newly Remodeled
2 & 3 Bedrooms Available

Rent is based on Income
Water, Sewer'
On-Site Laundry Facility & Play Areas
Office Open: Monday I nruila .1111 to 4:30 p.m.
Call (904) 964-7133
Voice TTYAccess 1-800-545-1833. Ext. 381 wiiw


LAND FOR SALE

1 to 100 acres
Owner financing available.
Call today for locations and
pricing:

Susan Faulkner-O'Neal
(352) 745-12212
Jesse Gathright
(904) 545-6403

Exclusive agents for
New River Land
Development, Inc.


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205 N. Temple Ave.
Starke
904]964-5424


hookups, all new stain-
less steel appliances,
pantries, lake access,
rent, lease to own, or buy,
$1100 and up. Call 352-
473-3560.
DOUBLEWIDE MOBILE
HOME HAMPTON. CR
18, accessible to high-
way. $675/mth plus first
month and security. Call
352-473-3728, ask for
Cathy Perryman.
3/2 MOBILE HOME ON
ONE ACRE. Close to
Keystone schools. Quiet
neighborhood, $550 plus
deposit. Call 352-475-
6260.
FOR RENT OR SALE 2/2
MOBILE'HOME on Santa
Fe River. 6 years old,
beautiful 1.33 acre lot,
'$550/mth. Call 386-496-
2776.
3/2 DOUBLEWIDE MO-,
BILE HOME on 5 acres.
CH/A; fenced off
CR315C. $700/mth plus
deposit. Call 904-614-
7170.
3BR/2BA DW ON 1 acre,


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


quiet area, CH/A, covered
porch, $650 per month,
plus deposit. Call 352-
468-3221.
52 Animals and
Pets
HAPPY JACK SARDEX II -
The odorless and grease-
less way to treat mange
on dogs. Use indoors.
TSC Stores, (904)368-
0051, www happy
jackinc.com.
DOG TAGS,- DOG TAGS -
DOG TAGS! Buy them at
the Office Shop in Starke
on Call St. Only $4.75,
including postage. Many
colors, shapes and styles
to choose from. Call 904-
964-5764 for more infor-
mation.
WHITE DOVES for sale,
$25 each. Make good
pets, easy to tame. Call
352-475-6255 or 352-
494-0057.
FREE PUPPIES Lab/.
Beagle mix. 1 male, 1 fe-
male, 12 weeks old. Call
912-522-5621 or 352-


231-0081, Starke.
FOR SALE AKC REGIS-
TERED Tri-colored
Bassett hound. Call 904-
364-6965 between 8am
and 9pm.
FREE TO GOOD HOME 2
female, Lab & Terrier mix
puppies, 1 year old, also
a female German
Sheppard, 1 .year old. Call
352-473-9383 evenings .
53 A Starke
Yard Sales
4/14/07 BIG YARD SALE
Household items, furni-
ture, clothes & lots more.
8am til 11am. 911 East
Southgate Dr. Starke, off
Colley Road, look for
signs.
AMERICAN LEGION Auxil-
iary yard sale. Legion
Post building, 709 W.
Edwards Road. April 13th
& 14th. 8am til 2pm.
Bargins for everyone.
BIG 3 FAMILY YARD SALE
- Saturday only, 8:30am-
2pm. Country Club
Woods, follow signs from
hospital. 2 drum sets,


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Clothing, furniture,
household items. Start-
ing at 7:30am each-memrn- ..
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SALE. North of-.awtay
off 301,251st St. Look for -
signs. Friday and Satur-
day, 9am-?
MULTI FAMILY FRI & SAT
hospital turn left by First
Presbyterian Church, go
1 mile, left at NE21.stAve.
follow sign.
LEFT OVER YARD SALE
STUFF? Spring clean-
ing? We will pick up your
gently used items (house-
hold, furniture, clothing,
misc) and provide you
with a tax-deductible re-
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YARD SALE FRI & SAT
April 13th & 14th. 9am til
2pm. weather permitting
HWY 100 SE, 3rd trailer
past Edwards Grocery
Store on left, 3963
HUGE MULIT FAMILY yard
sale, Fri, 7:30am til 2pm.
Meadows Drive off SR
16, Starke, follow signs.
housewares, recliner &
sofa, infant & toddler
clothes, women 4-20,
mens 38-40, teady bear
collector items, sunflower
decor, cow decor, bed-
ding sets, medical scrubs,
toys, books, videos and
small kitchen appliances.
STARKE ACADEMY OF
DANCE competition team
is having a HUGE yard
sale, 5 families. Come by
and see what we have
collected. Bounce house
will be there accepting
donations for the compe-
tition team. Baby clothes,
kids toys and lots more.
7:30 til 12:30 at Starke
Academy of Dance,
Edwards- Road across
-from Community State
.'Bank.
LARGE YARD SALE Fri &
Sat. 8am til 3pm. Lots of
items, NW 200 Street, 5
miles west off SR 16, fol-
low signs.
YARD SALE FRI & SAT
Across from Harvest
.Church on N. 301.

53 B Keystone
Yard Sales
6 FAMILY YARD SALE Sat-
urday, 4/14, 8am til 2pm,
turn right at Gizmos, 2


miles on 214. 6520 Little
Lily Lake Road.
MOVING SALE 5321. 5319
& 5315 CR 352. Two win-
dow AC units, furniture,
portable dishwasher,
TV's, clothes lamps, fire-
places screens, dishes,
antiques and more. Fri &
Sat, 8am til ?
SPRING RUMMAGE SALE
Friday 9am-4pm, and
Saturday, "Dollar a bag"
Day, 9am-noon. Commu-
nity Church Fellowship
Hall behind Ace Hard-
ware.

53 C Lake
Butler Yard Sale
HUGE GARAGE SALE lots
of furniture, kitchen items,
electronic, Dell
Diminsions 8100 com-
puter/printer, sporting
goods, clothes, linens,
videos, DVD's,
collectables, wagon, kids
stuff, old town kayak and
gear, beauty supplies,
what nots. Reiman resi-
dence, 430 SW 11th
Street. 7am til? Sat 4/14.

55 Wanted
LOOKING TO BUY
PLANTED PINE TREES.
Slash, loblolly, long leaf,
3-5 years old, 10-16 feet
tall. We pay top dollar,
references available. Call
352-494-6653. ,
-INDIVIDUAL PSYCHO-
THERAPY, relationship
counseling. Licensed
mental health counselor,
flexible in-home counsel-
ing. Robert Christine,


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In beautiful
Keystone Heights, FL
Zoned for A+ schools
Paved Roads. Underground Utilities,
1/2 to,-acre deed restricted home sites
Starting at $42,000
Offered by
Kelly Smoak Construction, Inc.
Call 352-494-1432
or visit www.kellysmoak.com


M.A. Ed Call 352-235-
6139.
56 Antiques
REPAIR AND REFINISH-
ING OF ANTIQUE FUR-
NITURE. 30 years expe-
rience. Free estimates,
pick-up and delivery. We
also offer insurance esti-
mates. Call 904-964-
4920.

57 For Sale
KENMORE WASHER and
dryer, new type $100 and
up each, electric stove,
written guarantee, deliv-
ery available. For ap-
pointments, call 904-964-
8801.
BABY.CRIB with matching
changing table and mat-
tress, $125 OBO. Call
904-364-8340. Also, TV
entertainment center, $50
OBO.
MATTRESS TWIN sets
$89, full sets $129,
Queen sets $159, King
sets $189. Mattress Fac-
tory, 441 East Brownlee
St. Save a lot. Cash and
carry Call Sonia at 352-
473-7173 or 904-964-
3888.
QUILTING MACHINE
WITH FRAME Addi-
tional binding machine.
Many extras, call 904-
964-2117 or 904-964-
Bn2O


PLANT AND TREE SALE -
FLOWERING TREES
AND PLANTS: Dog-
wood, Crepe Myrtle.
Flowering Cherry Trees,
Bradford Pear, Garde-
nias. Azaleas, Willows
and more. Fruit Trees:
apples, pears, pecans.
peach, walnut, apricots,
blueberry, grape, tomato,
bell peppers, hot pep-
pers, and more. Call eve-
nings and weekends,
904-796-0118.
LIN'S BASKETRY AND
GIFTS has quilted
purses, special gifts and
Avon. Edwards Rd. in
Starke near Mr. Auto In-
surance.
ELECTRIC WHEEL-
CHAIRS NEW, $5,000


OBO or used, $1,000
OBO. Call for details.
Johnny Woodell, 352-
473-5586 or cell, 352-
362-9180. Elisha, 352-
473-9715 or cell, 352-
478-1391.
PHILLIPS 32" TV WITH
STAND- TV is high defi-
nition flat screen, beauti-
ful picture. The stand has
2 shelves for storing sat-
ellite, VCR, DVD player or
game boxes. Bought 2
years ago, will sacrifice at
$550. Call 386-431-
1741, leave message.
5HP SNAPPER GARDEN
TILLER, $100. Talking
parrot with cage, $100.
Call 904-964-4126.


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Driveways


* Sidewalks


Slabs Footings
*Decorative Concrete
Coating in many colors
Pumping & Finishing
FREE ESTIMATES
Bus: (904) 964-3827
Mobile: (904) 364-7153


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HAY WAGONS CALL 904-
964-7359.
2 METAL FUTONS. 1
METAL BUNK BED.
Make offers, call 904-364-
7152. Also, gas stove.
TIMBER FOR SALE -
CYPRUS, PINE, OAK.
Call 904-964-4252.
59 Personal
Services
BRADFORD LIMEROCK
SALES. Limerock, crush
create, asphalt killings,
building sands, gravels,
tractor work. We haul, we
spread. Business 904-
782-3172, mobile 904-
509-9126. Monday
through Saturday.

ROOMS
FOR RENT
Economy Inn
Lawtey, FL
Low Daily & Weekly Rates
Daily Rm Service
Microwave Cable/HBO
Refrigerator Local Phone
(904) 1782-3332


HOME MAINTENANCE


HOME MAINTENANCE
HANDYMAN SER-
VICES. Honest and de-
pendable, insured. Call
Dan Massey at 904-964-
8686.
B & C LAWNSERVICE
mow, weed, trim, pickup,
bush hog, wood. Ref.
available. 1 time or yearly
contract. Call 904-964-
3371, 904-796-0154,
904-364-7094.
TRACTOR WORK Bush
hog mowing, discing, box
blading. Call Victor Griffis
for estimate, 904-964-
6121.




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CLARK FOUNDATION RE-
PAIRS, INC. Correction
of termite & water-dam-
aged wood & sills. Level-
ing & raising Houses/
Bldgs. Pier Replacement
& alignment. Free Esti-
mates: Danny (Buddy)
Clark, (904)-284-2333 or
1-800-288-0633.
FLORIDA CREDIT UNION
has money to lend for
M.H. & land packages. 1-
800-284-1144.
CUSTOM CUTS Lawn &
Landscape, customized


lawn care, sod, trimming,
landscape design. Rea-
sonable rates, free esti-
mates. Commercial &
residential. Licensed and
insured. Call 386-496-
2820, if no answer please
leave message.
NOTARY SERVICE AND
BOOKKEEPING SER-
VICE 15+ years experi-
ence. Call 904-263-0228
for more information.
SUPERIOR LANDSCAP-
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AND RESIDENTIAL.
Mowing, trimming,
hedges, weeding, small


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debris removal, pressure
washing. Free estimates.
one time or continual
care Contact Marty
Johnson at 904-364-74.08
or 904-964-6344.
KENDO'S YARD SERVICE
Full service, yard work.
mowing, weeding, edg-
ing, trimming, chopping.
pressure washing, haul-
ing and more. Call 904-
964-3704.
ELDER CARE, PER-
SONAL CARE, CLEAN-
ING, laundry, meals, er-
rands, doctor appoint-
ments. Call Rhonda at
352-473-3744.
LAWN AND LANDSCAP-
ING SERVICES. Com-
mercial and residential,
yearly contracts or 1 time
-service available. Call for
estimate, 386-496-0989.
BRUSH BUSTERS LOT
CLEARING, tree stump
removal, driveways, cul-
verts, demolition, over-
whelming vines & brush.
We specialize in small
jobs for home & land own-
ers affordable. Starke.
Call 904-338-4098 cell or
904-964-4011 leave a
message.
64 Business
Opportunities
)OQUOR LICENSE -
Bradford County. No
transfer fee.
RealtyMasters, Realtors.
800-523-7651.
65 Help Wanted
BUILDING PRODUCTS IN-
DUSTRY seeks an ambi-
tious, energetic, mechani-
cally inclined person for
Sawmill Supervisor
Trainee position. Prefer
2-year degree. We are an
EECC, Drug free work-
place. We offer 401K,
health/dental/life insur-
ance, paid holidays and
vacation. Apply attGilman
Building Products, CR
218 Maxville, FL or fax
resume to 904-289-7736


BUILDING PRODUCTS IN-
DUSTRY seeks an ambi-
tious. energetic, mechani-
cally inclined person for
Supervisor Trainee posi-
tion. Prefer 2-year de-
gree. We are an EECC,
Drug free workplace. We
offer 401K, health/dental/
life insurance, paid holi-
days and vacation. Apply
at Gilman Building Prod-
ucts. CR 218 Maxville, FL
or fax resume to 904-289-
7736.
THE CITY OF STARKE
Recreation Department is
looking for recreational
aides for their Summer
Day Camp. Must be 18
years old or older, de-
pendable, and love chil-
dren. Apply at City Hall or
the Recreation Depart-
ment. You may call 904-
964-6792, for more infor-
mation. Background
check and drug screening
required. Job is Monday-
Friday.
COME JOIN THE FAMILY-
LIKE atmosphere and
work at Windsor Manor.
Open positions for CNAs
(3-11, 11-7 shifts) and li-
censed nurse for 11-7
shift. Fill out applications
at 602 E Laura St., Starke
32091 or fax resume to
904-964-6621. Call 904-
964-3383 for appoint-
ment. EEOC/DFWP.
REAL ESTATE ASSOCI-
ATES is money impor-
tant to you? Earn up to
70% of the commissions
you bring through the
door. For a confidential
appointment, call Dean
Weaver at 352-473-6201,
Watson Realty Corp.
EXPERIENCED MEAT
CUTTER, PART-TIME.
Call or apply in person at
Lawtey Supermarket,
904-782-3161,
ASSEMBLY COMPANY
LOCATED .fJ KEY-
STONE HEIGHTS, is ac-
cepting applications for
1st and 2nd shift posi-


Teachers Needed

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Teachers Aid Needed

40 hours Child Care Certified

_Call 904-964-6722

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Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc.

352331-2005

Now hiring quality minded equipment
and duct installers. Must have clean,
Drivers License. DFWP
Apply 8-5 M-F
1730 NE 23rd Ave Gainesville, FL


CDL CLASS A DRIVERS NEEDED
Pritchett Trucking is seeking experienced
Class A drivers to pull Chip Vans out of
the Maxville and Lake Butler mills. Local
Runs $650-$750. Home every night.
Benefits include a $1000 Sign on Bonus,
Health/Life Ins. 401K, Paid Vacation,
$500 Quarterly Safety/Performance
Bonus, DOT Inspection
& Driver Referral Bonus.
Apply online @ www.pritchettrucking.com








Or call 1-800-808-3052

ATTN: Drivers
LIMITED AVAILABILITY FOR
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RECRUITER IN YOUR AREA!!
Come see us at
5310 New Kings Rd
Jacksonville, FL 32209
Tuesday Thursday
LOCAL & OTR DRIVERS NEEDED







Local drivers HOME EVERY DAY
Excellent Benefits Class A CDL req.
Must be at least 21 yrs old
Trainees Welcome!

888-547-6649
www.driveccccom


tons. Will train. Start
salary is $7.25/hr. Great
benefits, DFWP. Call
352-473-4984.
ENTRY LEVEL AMERI-
CAN ACCESS TECH-
NOLOGIES, INC., is now
accepting applications for
our Keystone Heights lo-
cation. Will train, with
great potential for ad-
vancement. Train to be a
Punch Operator, Grinder,
run a hardware press,
etc. 1st and 2nd shift pos-
sibilities. 40 hours a week
with possible overtime.
.Starting salary is $7.25/hr.
Excellent benefits,
DFWP. Call 352-473-
4984.
CNC OPERATOR FOR
PRODUCTION runs of
manufacturing compo-
nents. 2nd shift available
with company located in
Keystone Heights. Mon-
day Friday, 3:00pm -
11:30pm. Prefer experi-
ence in blueprint reading,
knowledge of tolerances
and precision gauges.
Excellent benefits,
DFWP. Call 352-473-
4984.
SHOP HELP NEEDED, fi-
berglass manufacturing
and trimming will train.
Full time 40 hour week.
Apply in person at U S
Body Source, 1.5 miles
South of Hampton on CR
325.
EARLY MORNING NEWS-
PAPER route in Keystone
Heights area. Please call
888-810-4524.
SUBS, TEACHERS AIDES
& CDA teachers. Come to
little Rainbow Learning
Center at 255 SE 6th Ave,
Lake Butler. Call 386-
496-8278 for information
and application.
CERTIFIED SOUTHERN
YELLOW PINE LUMBER
GRADER. Day shift,
competitive pay and ben-
efits. Call Great South
Timber and Lumber, Inc.
in Lake City, FL at 386-
752-3774 for an appoint-
ment.
SITE CONTRACTOR
SEEKS the following
traits: Heavy Equipment
Operator, Motor Grader
Operator, Job
Superintendent, Survey







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Helper, Truck Drivers w/
CDLA or B. Valid drivers
license and experience
required. Benefits. Apply
within: Andres Paving,
Inc. 386-462-1115.
TAKING APPLICATIONS
FOR AFTER CARE
WORKER. Monday-Fri-
day, 11am-6pm. 40 hour
classes preferred but not
necessary. Must be at
least 21. Call 352-473-
4040, ask for Tracy.
FULL TIME AND PART
TIME STAFF NEEDED to
work with developmen-
tally disabled individuals
in the community and
their home. Must possess
HS diploma/GED, bodily
injury insurance, have the
ability to pass a local,
state and federal back-
ground screening, and
have one year experience
in paid child care, health
care, or related fields.
Full and part time position
available. Please call
904-966-2100.
HELP WANTED GEN-
ERAL LABOR WORK.
Cutting grass, debris re-
moval. Call 352-258-
4617.
ELECTRICIANS AND
HELPERS fo? local com-
munity work. Top pay, in-
surance, vacation, paid
holidays. Call Monday
through Friday, 8am-3pm.
Call 352-473-0022.


BEST JOB IN TOWN In-
terested in being part of
the excitement coming to
town? Whale Tales is
looking foi enthusiastic
and service-driven people
to assist in bringing
Downtown Starke great
food, friendly entertain-
ment and high energy
sports. We're now ac-
cepting applications for
the following positions:
models, servers, bartend-
ers, hostesses, cooks.
Apply in person between
9am-6pm. Beginning
Monday, April 9th at 301
E. Call St. in Starke, 904-
966-2220.
RETAIL SALES/CASHIER
position available, 40- hr
min per week. Apply at
Gator II Farm Supply.
South of Starke on Hwy
301. HS Diploma re-
quired.
WAREHOUSE POSITION
available, 40 hou mini-
mum per week. Gator II
Farm Supply, South of
Starke on HWY 301. HS
diploma required.
REAL ESTATE PERSON
needed. Join the Watson
Realty Team. Call to find
out how you can be a suc-
cess! Call Dean Weaver
for a confidential interview
at 352-473-6201.
FULLTIME PURCHASING
'At5sciate heeded: Pur-
chase stock supply's in


TOWN COUNTRYh Y







LOT PORTER

Must be energetic and
possess valid driver's license.

(0904) 964-7200




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The FloridaWorks Youth Program,
formally the YES! Program, is now
open for enrollment. There are limited
spaces available. Also excepting
applications for employers interested
in participating in this program. Please
contact Marcia at (904) 964-8092 x111
or stop by the FloridaWorks office at
609-A N. Orange St., Starke, FL.


KPG Investments, Inc. dba Krystal. a leader in
the quick service industry is looking for
experienced managers for its expansion. We are
accepting applications for general managers,
assistant managers, and shift managers. We
offer competitive salary, bonuses, benefits, and
growth potential. You must be able to work
flexible hours.

Please apply in person at
582 N. Temple Avenue, Starke
1009 Dunn Avenue, Jacksonville
505 Hwy 19 North, Palatka
2490 US 1, St. Augustine
2659 NW 13th Street, Gainesville
7700 W. Newberry Road, Gainesville


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timely and cost efficient
manner. Process all pur-
chase orders and in-
voices for payment. Re-
sponsible for receiving,
stocking and delivering
supplies to hospital de-
partments. H/S diploma
or equiv. Minimum 1 yr.
experience in hospital
purchasing and spread-
sheet skills required. Ap-
ply at Shands Starke
Hospital, 922 E. Call
Street, Starke Florida,
904-368-2346. EOE/M/F/
D/V.
PT FEED STORE CLERK/
Loader needed. Includes
Saturday. Providence
area. Call 386-755-4328.
HOUSEKEEPING EXPE-
RIENCE WORKING
WITH ELDERLY resi-
dents in retirement com-
munity. 5 days, 40 hours,
7:30 am to 4:00pm, some
overtime'may be re-
quired. Occasional week-
ends and holiday work. 1
year experience pre-
ferred. Rates negotiable.
Good benefits. Apply
Penney Retirement Com-
munity, Diane Lutzen,
(904)284-8548. Drug
free work place and EOE.
HOUSE MOVERS needed
for 960 square foot home.
To move from Bradford
County to Alachua
County. Will pay $5000-


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$10,000. Call 904-608-
5239.
CDL CLASS A Well estab-
lished carrier is looking for
experienced drivers wth a
minimum of two years
tractor trailer experience.
We offer a five day work
week and our drivers are
home every night. Health,
Dental & 401K available.
Must pass DOT require-
ments. Please contact
Don Turner at 386-623-
0568 or 386-496-2631.
LOCAL FLATBED CAR-
RIER expanding due to
extreme business. We
are ssking 10 owner op-
erators with or without
trailers for the Southeast
and Midwest. Home most
weekends. Liability insur-
ance available, as well as
steady frieght into and out
of Florida. Please contact
Don Turner at 386-623-
0568 or 386-496-2631.
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Serve the elderly with a
smile and receive per-
sonal satisfaction. Pro-
vide non-medical
companionship and help
for the elderly. No
certification needed. P/T
days, evenings, week-
ends. Home Instead Se-
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next class starts: June 2, 2007
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II. Land Bargains. 5 to 1001111
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GRACEFULLY GROWING
learning center is now
taking applications for
teachers assistant, full
time and part time
positions available, please
apply in person at 2138 N.
Temple Ave, Starke. 40
hour training a plus. Call
904-964-9969 see
Patricia.






NJCECITY
CINMIIiTY COLLEGE
SENIOR STAFF
ASSISTANT
This is a secretarial position
located in the Human
Resources office. Duties
include serving as the
receptionist for Human
Resources, typing, filing,
and assisting the Director of
Human Resources with
administrative duties. Other
duties vary and require the
exercising of considerable
initiative and independent
judgment. High school
graduate or equivalent with
4 years secretarial or
clerical experience.
Computer literate:
proficient in Word & Excel.
Special consideration for
Associate's degree or
certificate in a related area
Application deadline:
April 27, 2007.
Salary: $22,692 annually
plus benefits
College application
required. Position details
and application available
on the web at:
www.lakecitycc.edu
Inquiries: Human
Resource. Development
Lake City Community
College
149 SE College Place
Lake City, FL 32025
Phone: (386) 754-4314
Fax: (386) 754-4594
E-mail:
boettcherg@lakecitycc.edu
LCCC is accredited by the
Southern Association
of Colleges and Schools
VP/ADA/EA/EO College in
Education & Employment


alJA E CITY
CIMNIIITY COLLEGE
BUSINESS ANALYST
Provide technical
leadership and primary
support and development of
technology solutions for
business areas of the
College. Bachelor's degree
and 5 years experience as
Systems Analyst or
equivalent required. Must
be experienced with
Microsoft SQL databases &
systems and Access.
Knowledge of SCT Banner,
Oracle 9i database systems.
and PL/SQL programming
preferred. Salary based on
degree and experience.
Application deadline:
May 15, 2007.
COORDINATOR, LAW
ENFORCEMENT
Direct, coordinate, schedule
and provide instruction and
curriculum maintenance for
all basic and advanced
training programs offered
by the Law Enforcement
division. Bachelor's degree
and 2 year's teaching
experience required.
Master's degree preferred.
Must have experience with
law enforcement training
and programs.
$35,000 annually, plus
benefits.
Application deadline:
May 15, 2007.-
College application
required. Position details
and application available
on the web at:
www.lakecitycc.edu
Inquiries: Human
Resource Development
Lake City Community
College
149 SE College Place
Lake City, FL 32025
Phode: (386) 754-4314
Fax: (386) 754-4594
E-mail:
boettcherg@lakecitycc.edu
LCCCis accredited by the
Southern Association
of Colleges and Schools -
VP/ADA/EA/EO College in
Education & Emplovyment


Georgia-Pacific

Georgia-Pacific in Hawthorne, Florida is seeking applicants for the positions
listed below.


We offer competitive wages, a comprehensive benefits package including ..
medical, dental, pensidri;'sth6rt' terrmdisability, life insurance, credit tiniol; a'nd'a'

401k plan.


Reliability Engineer We are seeking a candidate with an engineering degree
that has good analytical skills, problem solving skills, computer skills,
willingness to learn, and a high sense of urgency. This person will have to
compile data, analyze it, put it in a form where key management team members
can understand, comment, and make recommendations. This person will be
responsible for retaining a data tracking system. We prefer candidates with 3-5
years of engineering experience in an industrial environment. Salary is
negotiable DOE.


Plywood Millwright Should have 3-5 years of verifiable industrial experience.
Responsibilities include welding, cutting, repair and maintenance of production
equipment. Knowledge of hydraulics and pneumatics required. Must be willing
to work any shift. Computer skills are helpful. $14.27 to $19.02/hr.


Utility Workers Entry level production, applicants should have a steady work
history, a high school diploma or GED, be willing to work a any shift second,
third or rotating, and weekends. At least 6 months prior industrial experience;
military or heavy labor experience will be considered in place of industrial
experience pay $12.04/hr, after 90 days $12.94/hr after 180 days $13.86/hr.



Applications are accepted Monday- Friday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the facility
223 Gordon Chapel Road Hawthorne, FL 32640.

Equal Opportunity Employer


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Keystone records

9-1 softball win


Union County's junior varsity weightlifting team took
home 16 medals at the tournament against
Interlachen. Final score Interlachen 46, Union
County 44. Medalists winners for Union County were
as follows: 119 weight class 2nd place Tommy Riherd
(175 total); 129 weight class 1st place Russe'l
Wheeler (285); 139 weight class 3rd place Daniel
Nazworth (340 total), 2nd place S.J. Simmons (395);
154 weight class 1s'place Josh Brown (420); 169


weight class 3rd place Dustin Floyd (385); 183 weight
class 3rd place Zack Starling (355), 1st place Deven
Perry (515); 199 weight class 2nd place Chris
Alexander (355), 1st place Aaron Lewis (395); 219
weight class 3' place Cory Tucker(395), 2" place
Clint Williams; 238 weight class 3rd place Scott
Childress (345), 2nd place Marquez Perry (435);
Heavyweight 3rd place Michael Thurman (350) and 2nd
place J.R. Rooney (430).


Tornadoes drop 19-17 baseball game


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Bradford's baseball team
snapped out of an approximate
month-long offensive slump,
scoring a total of 60 runs in its
past four games.
However, the 17 runs the
Tornadoes scored on April 9
were not enough to get a win
jn a 19-17 loss to visiting Clay.
Bradford had a disastrous
second inning in which Clay
scored 11 runs, most iof which
came via walks and wild
pitches. Only one of Clay's
runs were earned as Bradford
pitchers gave up 10 walks.
That left the Tornadoes
trailing 13-5, but they never
gave up, almost coming back
to win the game.
A pair of home runs,
accounting for five runs,
helped the visiting Blue Devils
hang on. The second home
run-a two-run shot-
occurred in the top *of the
seventh and put.Clay up, 19,-12.,
i Bradford's...David Duncin.r.
led off the bottom half ol the'
seventh with a strikeout, but a
passed ball allowed him to
reach base safely. Antwan
Brown followed with a double,
and Jernard Beard drew a walk
.to load the bases.
A passed ball allowed
Duncan to score, and Cory
Elasik drove in another run
with a base hit.
Cole Rhoden drew a walk
with the bases loaded to force
a run home and pull the
Tornadoes within four -runs.
Zack King and Trey Winkler
had consecutive groundouts to
first to drive home two more
runs.
John Nicula was hit by a.
pitch and advanced to third.


base on two wild pitches.
However, Clay finally stopped
the rally by forcing Justin
Fogarty to strike out.
Winkler fell a home run
short of hitting for the cycle.
He was 3-for-6 with an RBI.
King was also 3-for-6. He
had six .RBI.
Rhoden was 3-for-5, Nicula
was 2-for-6 with two RBI,
Elasik was 2-for-6 with an RBI
and Brown was 2-for-5.
The Tornadoes play Clay
again on Monday, April 16, at
7 p.m. in Green Cove Springs.
They then host Keystone
Heights on Tuesday, April 17,
at7 p.m.

Earlier results:

BHS 19 P.K.Yonge 0
Elasik needed just one swing
of the bat to drive in four runs,
and Rhoden drove in another
four as the Tornadoes' offense
. exploded,.in, a.19-0 wip. oyer
visiting P.K. Yodj,ge.on April 3.
Bradford "j already3 up 9-0
when Elasik, who was 3-for-5,
hit a grand slam in the second
inning. ,
That would have been


enough to enforce the mercy,
rule by the time the fifth inning '
rolled around, but the
Tornadoes added three runs
each in the third and fourth
innings. Rhoden's three-run
homer capped the scoring.
Rhoden was 3-for-3 with
four RBI, while King drove in r
three runs, going 2-for-5.
Nicula and Winkler each:
had an RBI, going 2-for-3 and
2-for-4, respectively.
P.K.. Yonge only managed
one hit against pitchers
William Estes and Charles
Jones. Estes allowed no hits in
the first three innings to
improve his record to 4-2.

BHS 10 Eastside 2
Duncan struck out 15
batters, while Elasik and
Rhoden helped 'lead the
offense again in a 10-2. win
over Eastside on April 4 in
Gainesville.
Duncan (4-2) pitched a
, complete game, allowing two
hits nd ,twp walks. -
El'AsikT'ancd l'Rhoden were 2-
for-5 and 2-for-4, respectively.
Fogarty was 2-for-3 and Estes
was 2-for-4 with a double.
King also hit a double as


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Bradford collected 13 hits.
Elasik, King and Rhoden
each scored two runs.

BHS 14 Fort White 2
Elasik and Estes each drove
in three runs as the Tornadoes
tra\ eled to Fort White for a 14-
2 win in f'ie innings on April
5 ,. ,
The Tornadoes scored in
"evefy inning, with Estes
helping tq end the .game early
with a triple in the fifth that
scored two runs.
Estes went 2-for-4, while
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Bradford's only multiple
hitters.
King and Nicula each had an
RBI.
The winning pitcher was
Brown, who struck out I I
batters. He allowed just four
hits and two walks.


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Sam Sibley drove in three
runs as the Keystone Heights
softball team rebounded from a
disappointing loss to defeat
District 6-3A opponent
Matanzas 9-1 on April 5 in
Keystone.
Prior to playing Matanzas,
the Indians (10-9 prior to April
10) failed to wrap up the
number one seed for next
week's District 6 tournament,
losing 8-3 to Interlachen.
The win over Matanzas
gives the Indians an 8-2
district record heading into the
tournament.
Michelle Houser put.
Keystone on the board first,
scoring on an illegal pitch
made with the bases loaded in
the first inning. An error in the.
third inning scored Sibley,
who tripled.
In the fourth, Crystal Pace
grounded out to second to
score Ashlee Cirigliano.
Houser reached on a single
in the fifth, then scored on a
double by Jessica Knight.
Knight would later score on
Sibley's single.
The Indians scored their last
four runs in the sixth. A single
by Houser scored Courtney
Forehand, who reached on a
single, and an error scored
Cortney Casas, who reached
after getting hit by a pitch.
Houser and Becca Heavrin
both scored on a sacrifice fly
by Sibley.
Sibley finished the game 2-
for-3, while Houser was 3-for-
4.


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Knight (4-5) was. the
winning pitcher. She gave up
one hit in the first four innings.
The Indians played
Newberry this past Tuesday
and will travel to Starke to
play Bradford tonight, April
12, at7 p.m.
Keystone caps the regular
season on Friday, April 13,
against Ridgeview at,5:30 p.m.
in Orange Park.

Earlier results:
KH 5 Matanzas 2
The Indians scored all of
their runs on passed balls., in a
5-2 win over Matanzas on
April 2 in Palm Coast. k
Cirigliano, Houser and Tori
Jolley each scored a run after
reaching base on singles.
Knight scored after drawing a
walk, and Sibley scored the
last run after being hit by a
pitch.

Interlachen 8 KH 3
Keystone committed severe
errors as Interlachen won 8-.
on April 3 in Interlachen to
claim the top seed in next
week's district tournament.
The game started out well
for the Indians. House singled
to lead off the top of the first
and scored on a single by
Sibley. Knight, who reached
on an error, then scored on a
single by Jolley before Sibley
added the team's third run on
an-error.
The host Rams, whose only
district loss came against
Keystone on Feb. 27, scored
seven unearned runs.


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