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Creation Date: April 19, 2007
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USPS 648-200 Three Sections Lake Butler, Florida


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Thursday, April 19, 2007


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95th Year 2nd Issue 50 CENTS


First Christian buys library


Be WISE health
series class held
at hospital today
A Be W.I.S.E. diabetes
education class will be held
today, April 19, from 10 to
1 1 a.m. at Lake Butler
Hospital. Come for
education, prizes,
refreshments and more!
This class on diabetes
education and support is
number six in a series of
eight classes. The Be WISE
series is sponsored by the
Union County Health
Department, the hospital
and Amedisys Home
Health Services. For more
information, call Joe
Pietrafigelo at (386) 496-
3211.

Veterans services
lists office hours
Union County Board of
Commissioners has hired a
new veterans services
officer, Barbara Fischer.
The 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.

DOT update
Work to replace the
Swift Creek Bridge on C.R.
241 continues. Residents
should continue-to watch
for work equipment on the
side of the road. According
to DOT, traffic may be
switched to the new bridge
by mid-May.

Energy assistance
funds available'
Suwannee River
Economic Council Inc. has
funds available from the
Department of Community
Affairs for home and crisis
energy assistance through
the Low Income Home
Energy Assistance
Program.
Applications are
available at the Outreach
Center, 855 S.W. Sixth
Ave., in Lake Butler. Call
(386) 496-2342 to make.
appointments.


Public meetings
[ Union County School
Board Tuesday, April
24, at 1:30 p.m. in the
district's meeting room,
located at Lake Avenue
and Southwest Sixth
Street in Lake Butler.
For details, call (386)
496-2045.


American Legion
sets quarterly
meeting April 26
American Legion Post
153 of Lake Butler will
hold its quarterly meeting
on Thursday, April 26, at 7
p.m. at the Masonic Lodge
on Main Street. All
members and anyone else
interested in joining are
encouraged to attend.


LBES sets pre-K
screenings for
April 27
Lake Butler Elementary
School will have pre-K
screenings for the 2007-
2008 school year on Friday,
April 27, for children 3-5
years old.
Appointments will be
between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m.
To be eligible for pre-K, a
child must be 4 years old
on or before Sept. 1,2007.
Please call Tricia Ranard
at LBES at (386) 496-3047
to make an appointment for
the screening.


Commissioners also
approve additional
senior homestead
exemption

BY LINDSEY KIRKLAND
Times Editor
A sealed bid was opened on
the Union County Public
Library on Monday at the
meeting of the Board of
County Commissioners. With
the highest-and the only bid,
in fact-First Christian Church
of Lake Butler will own the
current library building on
Main Street.
The minimum bid for the
sale of the building was set at
$250,000 at last month's
meeting. It was appraised at
$240,000. First Christian
Church members, who showed
interest early on, were at the
meeting.
Additional members were on
hand Monday night as the
church's $250,001 bid was
opened, and it was accepted by
default because of a lack of
other bidders.
Pastor Art Peterson said the
church already has plans for
the building, but it will take
approximately a year and a
half before this vision! could
become a reality.
In the bid specifications, the
public library staff and
materials will stay in the
building until the new library
is completed.
Peterson said the church had
three main ideas for the
building when they bid on it.
The first .will to keep the
paved lot for parking during
church services and events.


The second reason was that the
property would give the church
frontage on S.R. 100;
therefore, it would be visible to
the community.
Lastly, Peterson said plans
are to keep the outside library
structure as it is, but he hopes
to make modifications to the
inside.
Nothing is set in stone, but
the building could be.used to
house all the church's
administrative offices, freeing
up more space inside the
current church. The library
building could also provide
meeting space. such as a
conference room, reading
rooms or a place for small
Bible study groups.
Recently, First Christian
Church hosted Dave Ramsey's
Financial Peace University.
With the additional space, this
could be something the church
would host once a year.
Another unique idea that has
come up is to devote a portion
to a Christian music and
bookstore.
"It would be a place for
people to get Christian
materials for their families,"
Peterson said.
Whatever the plans, he said,
"The library building and
property fit into the future
plans for our church."
Library director Mary
Brown said the money raised
from the library sale is another
step in the direction of
building a new library.
Brown said she was happy
to see that the bid went to the
church.
"It's more important for the
building to stay local," she
said, "than it was for us to


make more money."
Currently, the library's
architects are working on the
plans for the new building,
which is expected to cost more
than $1 million.
This is why it is important
for the library's fund-raising
efforts to continue.
The sale of the building and
a reimbursement grant of
$500,000 are the two main
funding sources for
construction.
Fund-raising efforts for the
library will still be an on-going
issue, Brown said, and will
continue even after the library
is built.
"I hope the community will
continue to show its support
for the library."
This Saturday, April 21,
from 6-8 p.m., the library will
host Bingo Night to raise funds
for the building.
Cards will be 50 cents each
or three for $1. Concessions
will also be available.
For more information on the
library's many fund-raising
efforts or to find out how you
can help, call (386) 496-3432.

Commissioners
approve higher
senior homestead
exemption .
In a 4-0 vote, the county
commissioners approved
Ordinance 2007-01, allowing
an additional homestead
exemption, up to $25,000, for
senior citizens. Commissioner
Morris Dgbbs was not present
at the meeting.
The/dirdinance will apply to
county residents who hold a


Lake Butler Middle School track team members (1-r) Chasen Andrews, Bryan
Holmes,. Antonio Henderson, Justin Tyson and Keaton Reynolds-known as "The
Fab Five"-qualified for the north regional track meet to be held on Saturday.


'The Fab Five will compete


Saturday at regional track meet


According to the coaches,
the Lake Butler Middle School
track team has been working
hard all season to be the best,
something they hope to
continue when they compete at
the north regional track meet
on Saturday.
"The Fab Five"-as team
members Chasen Andrews,
Bryan Holmes, Antonio
Henderson, Justin Tyson and
Keaton Reynolds like to call
themselves-will compete at
Episcopal High School in
Jacksonville on Saturday,
April 21, at 10 a.m.
Andrews will compete in the
100m hurdles, 200m hurdles,
the high jump and discus;
Holmes in the 100m, 200m
and high jump; Henderson in
the 200m, 400m and long
jump; Tyson in the 100m.
200m and long jump; and
Reynolds in the 100m hurdles,


200m hurdles and the triple
jump.
Reynolds, Tyson, Hendersonr
and Holmes also make up the
400m relay team, which has an
area best time of 46 seconds,
according to Coach Travis
Reynolds.
Reynolds and Coach Garrett
Beatty both said these five
athletes, along with Willie
Weaver at the beginning of the
season, made up the track team
by giving of themselves to
help the team win meets.
Reynolds said the range of
talent is so wide with these
five that a t any given time he
or Beatty could put them in
any event, and they would win
or place in the top three,
allowing the team to
accumulate points. These
points allowed the LBMS team
to win the meet.
"I could say 'hey, you go


run the mile,' and they would
go do it to win points for the
team," Reynolds said.
The only meet the team has
not won on its schedule was
the Bob Hayes Invitation,
where the team competed in
Jacksonville against 24 other
schools.
The unselfishness of the
team has been a great strength
for them, Reynolds said of The
Fab Five.
"They have practiced
tirelessly-never
complaining-just wanting 'to
win," he said.
If they win at regionals, the'
team will compete at state, and
odds are they will win.
The Fab Five jokingly brag
that. if no one wants to be on
the track team next year, that's
okay because, "The Fab Five
will continue to RULE!"


Countywide burn ban now in effect


A burn ban for Union
County was issued Thursday at
approximately 3 p.m. All
burning is prohibited except
attended grills.
Emergency Management


Director Doug York said the
burn ban was enacted because
the drought index is at a
dangerous level.
"The rain we received over
the weekend had no impact on


the burn ban," York said.
Approximately 500 acres
have been lost to wildfires in

See BURN BAN, p. 3A


A lot of wins...
Union County High School head baseball coach Terry
Stroemer poses for a picture with his team prior to the
April 13 game against Crescent City. Stroemer was
honored for reaching 500 career wins this season and
holds a plaque presented to him by assistant coach
Brian Tomlinson in recognition of that event. For
more, see the Features and Sports section.


title on a property and
maintain permanent residence,
are 65 years of age or older,
and whose household income
did not exceed $20,000 in
2000. Income for 2006 must
not be more than $20,13-3.83.
This ordinance stems from
Florida Statute 196.075 that
was approved in 1995 by the
Legislature, giving the Board
of County Commissioners in
the state the authority to enact
an additional homestead
exemption for seniors.
The income limitation will
adjusted each-year on Jan. 1, to
allow for the changes in the'
average cost-of-living index,
according to the ordinance.
Those who wish to claim the
additional exemption will be
required to submit a sworn
statement of household


income, on a Florida
Department of Revenue form,
to the property appraiser no
later than March 1.

Other business
In other business of Union's
Board -of County
Commissioners, the board
voted 4-0 to award the
courthouse re-roofing contract
to Atlantic Roofing in the
amount of $78,700.
Atlantic was the lowest
bidder and provided for a 20-
year warranty. O'Neil Roofing
bid $129,400 and DHI Roofing
bid $84,122.
The' county also voted to
amend the interlocal
agreement with Worthington
Springs. The town will pay the
county $100 each month for
the county to provide its
animal control services.


Sheriff's office joins Columbia

in search of escaped suspects


BY LINDSEY KIRKLAND
Times Editor
Union County Sheriff's
Office (UCSO) deputies
helped apprehend two suspects
that escaped from custody on
Interstate 75 in Columbia
County.
According to Columbia
County Sheriff's Office
(CCSO). Arzeez Sadila, 29,
and Goffney Taleon, 24, both
of New Jersey, were stopped
because no tag was displayed
on their vehicle.
Their rented Pacifica was
stopped on 1-75 near Ellisville
at approximately 1:15 p.m.
According to -the- CCSO-
reports, Deputy Cecil
Brownfield and Sgt. Mike
Sweat began to question the
two men. Due to
inconsistencies in their stories,
the officers detained the men
in a patrol car and began to
search the suspects' car.
While searching the car, the
officers heard a loud noise.
When they looked up, Taleon
and Sadila were climbing out
the back of a rear patrol car
window. One of the suspects
had kicked out the window.
Officers pursued the two
men on foot, but the suspects
separated after running across
six lanes of 175 into a wooded
area.
* According to Doug York of
the UCSO, Columbia Sheriff
Bill Gootee notified Union
County to assist in the search.
York said 'Sheriff Jerry
Whitehead supervised the
search on the Union County
side, directing officers where
to set up a perimeter, while
Gootee was directing
operations on the Columbia
County end.
UCSO called in the


assistance of the RMC dog
squad, York said, and'
Columbia County had tracking
dogs in use, as well.
Dogs tracked Sadilla to
underneath a mobile home off
of C.R. 238. The other suspect
was found-in the woods close
to the original traffic
stop-with the use of dogs and
helicopters. One suspect was
found with a 9mm handgun.
More than 40 law
enforcement officers and two
helicopters-including Fish
and Wildlife Commission,
Florida Highway
Patrol- assisted in the nearly
three hour search, York said.
Union County also took
steps to notify local schools of
the incident, even though the
suspects were not near the
schools. Buses made their
stops on C.R. 238 with a law
enforcement escort when
school was out.
In a press release, Columbia
County Sheriff Gootee said,
"Law enforcement officers are
faced with dangers everyday
and this is a prime example.
What started as a routine
traffic stop turned into a tri-
county manhunt for two
potentially dangerous subjects.
"With the cooperation of the
Florida Highway Patrol, the
Department of Corrections, the
Union County Sheriff's Office,
the Alachua County Sheriff's
Office and the Fish and Game
Commission, we were able to
successfully apprehend these
subjects without injury or
incident."
Both suspects were arrested
and charged with felony
criminal mischief and escape.
As of press time Tuesday, they
were in the Columbia County
Jail.


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Got peaches? .. A


Fourth-grade students making straight A's at Lake Butler Elementary School
during the third nine weeks were (front, 1-r) Savannah Woodall, Kaytlynn Grigsby,
Jordan Gore, Lane Parrish, Aaron Provin, Samantha Harden, Taylor Furukawa,
(back) Brianne Will, Case Emerson, Joshua.Glover, Brittany Handley, Kierstin
Jenkins, Garrett Norman, Ashley O'Steen and Trey Spitze. Photo and information
provided by LBES' Tammy Wilkerson.


4-H member Morgan Worrell, 8, prepares peach cobbler for Union County attorney Hal
Airth (left), Union County Commissioner Karen Cossey and the rest of the commissioners
(not pictured) at the county commission meeting Monday. Morgan showed how to make
her simple peach cobbler and then had pre-cooked individual samples for the
commissioners to enjoy. She will represent the county at the regional 4-H event in Alachua
County during the first week in May.


154 earn spot

on LBMS A-B

honor roll
Lake Butler Middle School
students who made the A-B
honor roll for the third nine
weeks were:

Fifth grade
Kylic Alvarez, William
Anderson, Taylor Andrews,
Tristan Andrews, Melissa Bair,
Brandon Bell, Leeann
Cloninger, Randa Conner,
Zorriaa Corbitt, Quay
Drawdy, Jordyn Drigers,
Mitchell Dukes, Victoria
Furukawa, Marissa. Griffin,
Ariel Hardin, Hannah Hicks,
Kendallyn Johns, Lauren
Johnson, Beverly Jones,
Chelsea Kaser, Madison
Kellenberger, Colton Kelley,
Joshua Mabry, Colten
McAlister, Briana McDaniel,
Miranda Merritt, Ashley
Mock, Breanna Moppert, Kyle
Mosher, Samuel Nelson,
Kenneth Owen, Corey Palmer,
Zackery Palmer, Courtney
Personette, Peyton Powell,
John Provin, Benjamin
Riggs, Ka\ -Ic Roberts,
Makenzie Romrell, Spencer
Shannon, Courtney Shuford,


Christopher Starling, Victoria
Thompson, Elizabeth Veals
and Danielle Willis.

Sixth grade
Clay Abraham, Emily
Akridge, Ember Alldredge,
Marvin Arnold, Lesley Barnes,
Alexis Benefield, Dustin
Bielling, Mariah Bowen,
Matthew Brown, Victoria
Castillo, Samantha Cook,
Colby Douglas, McKenna
Elwood, Sarah Fischer, Crystal


Garcia, Shakeylia Griffin,
Caitlyn Halle, Ashlyn
Harden, Rebekah Harden,
Kelsey Harrison, Darci
Hendricks, Ashley Holzclaw,
Tyler Hopkins, Teyona
Jenkins, Casey Johnston, Troy
Kite, Tanner Lemay,
Cheyenne Lesch, Vanessa
Love, Kierra Maxwell, Austin
Morin, Stacy Norman, Tyler
Norman, Marina Ramos,
Caroline Rimes, Chelsea
Roberts, Devinne Rogers,


- Caitlin Shealy, Drayton
Shealy, Alexis Smith, Mikayla
Speer, Amb.er Templeton,
Christopher Thornton, Haylee
West, Victoria Whiteley,
Brittney Williams and Shaquia
Woods.

Seventh grade
Ryan Adler, Ashton Bishop,
l)ustin Burgess, David
Cornett, Garrett Crosby,
Jennifer Dicks, Caleb Dukes,
Morgan Dukes, Priscilla
Guthrie, Ryan Hall, Austin


Harden, Courtnee Hardin,
Brandon Hattle, Amy Hicks,
Joseph Holder, Emma Howell,


Rebecca Lovelace, Jaylin
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Seventh-grade students at Lake Butler Middle
School making straight A's during the third nine
weeks were (I-r) Kayla Freeman, Michaela Joyner,
Kelly Gray, Brianna Langford, Quaneshia Edwards,


Postal Tidbits
Did you know that for your
convenience the rural mail
carriers have postage stamps to
sell to you while on their
routes? Save a trip to the post
office, and take advantage of
this convenience.


Tiger Cubs



Lake Butler Elementary
School names Tiger Cubs
each week based on good
behavior, grades or on a
child's improvement in
either of these two areas.
Students who received
this award on Friday, April
13, were:
Audyn Woodington
Cade Mesnard
Marvin Johnson
Kamryn Warren
Ciara Kearns
Triston Kitzman
Austin Parrish
Dymarious Clemons
Makaylin Mecusker
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*'.lli ".* Rimes
Eric White
Ridge Smith
Morgan Worrell
Makayla 1- ", ..i,
Alexis Williams
Tyler Morton
Sharrie Bowen
lavender Ferguson
Wyalt Bostick
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(back) Brittany Trowell, Lindsey Hanson, Kaleb
Nobles, Courtney Stephens, Kaci Graham, Kailee
Hooten, and (not pictured) Albert Brand and Keanna
Odom.


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Saturday, April 28, 2007
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(386) 496-2261
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April 19, 5 p.m. at Santa Fe.


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Eighth-graders making straight A's during the third
nine weeks at Lake Butler Middle School were Jay
Norman, Michael Howell, April Cornett, and (not
pictured) Chelsie Hersey and Brooks Palmer.


Fourth-grade students making straight A's at Lake Butler Elementary School
during the third nine weeks were (front, I-r) Christopher Hamilton, Tyler Lewis,
Thomas Webb, Madison Archer, Brianna Martin, (back) Madison Ellis, Austin
Mobley, Michelle Perez, Kelsey Thornton, Callie Worthington, Adam Young and
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Former player Zow returns to coach at high school


BY CLIFF SMELLY

When it came time to hire a
replacement for fired head
Ifotball coach Eddie Metcalfl.
tUnion County High School
looked to its past, hiring
former assistant coach Buddy
Nobles.
Well. Union County has
returned to its past once again,
,.this time hiring former player
Andre\ ow \ to replace
Nobles, who resigned last
month,
Zow, a 1997 graduate who
played quarterback and safety
for the Tigers, was named
coach, athletic director and
,. ,.'ili and conditioning
.. o n April 10.
Union County
Superintendent of Schools
Carlton Faulk said coaching is
a role that naturally suits Zow.


A-B
Continued


Greater Elizabeth
Baptist sets family
and friends day
The members of Greater
Elizabeth Baptist Church
invite you to their Family and
Friends Day on Sunday, April
22, at 11 a.m.
The speaker for the morning
worship will be Minister
Patrick Maxwell of Victory
Christian Center of Lake
Butler. Contact Rev. Gerald
Criswell at (386) 496-1670 for
more information.

Correction
In the April 12 issue of the
Union County Times, Shynese
Stoutamire was not in the top
right picture on page 4A on the
middle row as listed in the
caption. This misidentified the
other students on that row.
The caption for that row
should have read (middle, l-r)
Sierra'Ferguson, Clae Jones,
Bennett Kilgore, Shawnie
Reeder, Shannon Rosier,
Makayla Graham, Karlie
Hodgson, Maggie Parrish and
(not .pictured) Shynese
Stoutamire.


Faulk said lie remembers
watching Zow gro\\ up in
Union County and how. at a
young. age, lie was mature in
his thoughts and actions.
-"ie's just a natural leader,"
Faulk said.
By applying for and
receiving the job, Zow and his
wife. Amebriss. will return to
their hometown.
"It's very special," Zow
said.
A call from Nobles, who
informed Zow he was
resigning, began the process of
the former player applying for
his dream job-coaching his
alma mater.
"It sort of sparked me a little
bit and got my juices flowing
about coaching again," Zow
said.
He only has one year of
coaching experience--as an


Shynese's and Shawnie's
names were also misspelled.
The Times apologizes for any
confusion or inconvenience
this error may have caused.

4th graders set
song, education
show for April 26
Who invented the potato
chip? Designed the escalator?
Or wrote the first published
English dictionary?
The answers to -these and
other "firsts" will be presented
in the songs of a creative and
educational program


assistant to Nobles in 2002-
but Zow has remained
involved with the sport, from
conducting football camps and
working with schools in
Birmingham, Ala., to doing
color commentary work as a
broadcaster (he has helped
Nobles by working with the
Union County quarterbacks on
visits back home).
Zow said he knew before
applying the job would be
tough, but he does not feel he's
in over his head.
Faulk is not concerned.
"He'll make up for that lack
of experience by working hard
and being smart," Faulk said.
Plus, Zow said he has many
sources to turn to for advice.
"It'll be every coach I
know," he said, alluding to his
middle school, high school and
college coaches.


performed by the fourth-
graders at Lake Butler
Elementary School on
Thursday, April 26, at 7 p.m.
The presentation will be
held in the school's cafetorium.
There is no cost to attend. For
more information, please call
(386) 496-3047.

Band concert set
for April 23
Union County High School's
spring band concert will be
held Monday, April 23, at 7
p.m. in the UCHS auditorium.
Admission is free, but
donations will be accepted.


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Zow was a key part of the
Union County teams that won
three straight state
championships during 1994-
96. He accepted a scholarship
from the University of
Alabama, where lie played
quarterback.
During his time at Alabama,
Zow went from being a starter
to being benched by former
coach Dennis Franchione.
However, Zow wrapped up his
playing career on a positive
note. Starting quarterback
Tyler Watts was injured during
the ninth game of the 2001
season. Zow stepped in and led
his team to a win in that game,
as well as two straight wins-
including a win over hated
rival Auburii-after that to
conclude the regular season.
The Crimson Tide, with
Zow under center, would go on


to win the Independence Bowl.
defeating Iowa State 14-13.
Zow was named his team's
Player of the Game after each
game during that stretch.
When his senior year
concluded, Zow owned several
school records. As of today, he
holds the record for most
consecutive completions (12
against Ole Miss in 2000). and
is second in six categories:
most offensive plays in a
career (1.020), most yardage
total offense in a career
(5,958), most pass attempts in
a career (852), most pass
completions in a career (459),
most passing yards.in a career
(5,983) and most touchdown
passes in a career (35).
Zow was first in all of those
categories before being passed
by recent quarterback Brodie
Croyle.


from p. 2A


Mock, Julic Nettles, Ashlenn
.Neumann, Grace Perez, Ryan
Perez; William Riggs, Sierra
Rimes, Adam.Roddenberry,
Morgan Scott, William
Southern, Jordane Spitze,
'Alana Stevens, Dokoda Veals
'and Macee Worthington.

Eighth grade
Colby Andrews, Chelsea
Atwaterr, Cadilyn Bishop,
T yler Boyle, Hayden Brown,
Linsey Clark, Constance
Driggers, Amy Emery, Shelbie
Finley, Chase Fry, James
Herndon, Emily Holmes,
Ashley Johnson, Brandon
McRae, Garrett McRee,
Megan Mobley, Randy Mood,
Elizabeth Nelson, Sabrina
Norman, Jessica O'Steen,
Ashley Parrish, Keaton


Lake Butler Middle School fifth-graders making
straight A's during the third nine weeks were (front,
I-r) Cole Temes, Robert Gartman, Holly Tucker, Haley
Libby, Michaela Clemons, Jacque Husted, Katie
Tricocci, Miranda Boyle, (back) Rafael Sanchez-


Reynolds, Caleb Romrell,
Mistee Rooney, Chelsea Ruby,


Lindsey Saunders, Michaela
Shannon, Cheyenne Tempest,


Gutierrez, Taylor Wilkins, Savannah Chastain,
Ashley Feltner, Breanna Bryan and (not pictured)
Jordyn Addison, Taylor Cross, Brad Elixson, David
Elixson, Cristina Hernandez, Meleena McCarthy,
Molly Parker, Samantha Perez and Nancy Slocum.


Cheryl Weiland, Lenord White
and Ruben Williams.

Project Grad
Committee to
meet tonight
The Project Grad 2007
Committee will meet tonight,
Thursday, April 19, at 7 p.m.
in the Lake Butler Elementary
School library. All supporters
and parents of soon-to-be 2007
graduates are invited to attend.

Riding Club
to have racing -
event
At the Union County Riding
Club at 7 p.m., on Saturday,
April 21, Southern Outdoor
Adventures will hold "Beauty
and the Beast," a bull riding
and barrel racing event to raise
money for a charter boat to
take disabled students grouper
fishing.
The cost is $6 for adults and
-$4 for children. Ages 4 and
under are free.
For more information, call
Jason Stalnaker at (386) 496-
0033.


Tigerettes set car
wash for April 21
The 2007-2008 Tigerettes
will hold a car wash at Spires
IGA in Lake Butler this
Saturday, April 21, at 9 a.m,

Law enforcement
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He graduated from Alabama
with a bachelor's degree in
sports fitness management.
In 2002, Zow coached
quarterbacks and wide
receivers at UtCIIS before
moving to Alabama to pursue
a business venture.
Zow founded Andrew Zow
and Associates Inc. on June
10, 2003. It is a corporation
that associates itself with
maunfacturers and suppliers in
the utility industry and is a
certified 'minority business
enterprise, focusing as a
manufacturer's representative
and/or distributor. The
company was awarded the
Chairman's Partnership Award
in September 2003 by the U.Sd
Department of
Commerce/MBCA in
Birmingham, Ala.
It was a tough decision, Zow
admitted, to moving back to
Florida and leaving his
business behind. However, he
said it is in capable. hands and
he will still be involved,
"I'll make trips up there
whenever I need to," he said.
Zow and his wife have three
children: Andrew Jr. (A.J.), 8,
Avry, 6, and Ashton, .1.


the past 90 days. This keeps
the volunteer fire departments
busy with a high call volume
to respond to. Residents should
use good judgment when it
comes to burning and reporting
fires.
"Use extreme caution," he
said. If you see an out-of-
control fire, notify 911
immediately, and they will
notify the fire department."
During the burn ban, the
county allows residents to drop
off yard trash at the New River
Regional Landfill at no cost.


Enforcement Memorial will be
held on Tuesday, May 1, at
6:30 p.m. at the Bradford
County Fairgrounds on U.S.
301 in Starke.


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Drought affects farmers crops


BY JACQUE BREMAN
Special to the Tiie.'
According to the Suwannee
River Water Management
District, we went into January
with a 20-inch rainfall deficit.
Farmers have already been
challenged by lack of pasture
and hay this fall and winter.
Spring is normally our dry
period of the year. when we
rely on hay supplies to carry
cattle herds until Bahia
pastures green up. Very little
hay was carried over.
The extension office was
trying to find hay supplies for
farmers as early as February
this year. Most Union County
cattle producers are small and
can't produce and store hay;
they rely on purchased hay.
That is in very short supply
across north Florida tip into
Georgia and South Carolina.
Pastures that were over-
seeded with rye and ryegrass


this winter lor spring grazing
have not been as productive
because of the lack of winter
and spring rainfall.
Vegetable producers haveC
limited many plantings to"
irrigated fields or fields that
have a higher water table. Dry
land vegetable growers have
yet to plant because of lack of
moisture.
Normally we begin planting
vegetables Feb. 15 and
complete planting by March
15. Although late planting has
helped vegetable producers
escape our Lunusuially late frost
this year. it will put us behind
our normal growing season.
Additionally, wildlife short
of food in the woods have been
feeding on newly planted
fields, to the level of damage
that fields have had to be re-
planted.
On the brighter side of
things, those vegetable


growers who planted on
irrigated land or land with
higher water tables appear to
have a good stand of crops.
Nuisances, such as disease
and insects,, appear to have
been lighter this year because
of the cooler nights and dry
conditions. We expect a
variety of produce available at
the Union County Farmers'
Market season opening event
on Saturday, April 28.
Jacque Breman isf the
University of Florida's Union
County Extension Office
director. He has a Ph.D in
plant genetics and agronomy.


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Have fun with the Lake
Region Community Theatre
and participate in a murder
mystery designed to be
interactive with the dinner
theater audience.
Be a part of the production
as the Theatre presents "B-I-N-
G-O Spells Murder,".a comedy
by Robert Mattson, at the
Butler Seafood House and
Grille during the month of
May.
Father O'Sullivan is
desperate. The bank is about
to foreclose on his church and
orphanage. He's got young
people struggling with love,
developers struggling to turn
the house of God into condos,
a gangster struggling with the
English language and an
overly retentive bookkeeper as
his last chance to raise enough
money to get out of this mess.
Then things go from bad to
worse when a character winds
up dead and the money winds
up stolen. It's time for Father
,O'Sullivan to.,."forgive .and-,.
forget" nothing as he struggles,
to solve 'the crime with the"
help of the audience.
Butler Seafood House and
Grille is the venue for this


New 811 number
to reduce utility
line damage
The Florida Public Service
Commission has a new 811
-Call Before You Dig" number
to protect the state's
underground infrastructure.
This safety initiative will
prevent homeowners and
professional excavators from
damaging underground utility
lines while digging and
causing injury or service
outages.
The PSC approved a plan in
December 2006 to implement
the nationally designated 811
number, designed to eliminate
the confusion of multiple
numbers across the country.
The service connects callers
with Sunshine State One Call
of Florida, a non-profit
corporation specializing in
, services to preventdamage to
underground utilities. The
group then notifies the
appropriate local utilities,
which send crews to the site to
mark underground lines for
free.
Under state and federal law,
anyone planning a dig is
required to notify the owners


of underground facilities and
pipelines in the area of the dig
at least two days in advance.
Consumers can use the 811
number to contact Sunshine
State One Call of Florida from
a home telephone, cell phone
or a pay phone.

May 1 marks
annual Twilight
Field Day
The UF/IFAS North Florida
ResearchI and Education
Center-Suwannec Valley will
be hosting its annual Twilight
Field Day in Live Oak on
Tuesday, May I, from 4-8 p.m.
This popular event is an
opportunity for local farmers
and interested citizens to get a
first-hand look at what
research projects are being
conducted at the center. Five
different tours will be offered,
with participants having the
opportunity of selecting two
from the choices. of
Vegetables, Greenhouse and
Hydroponics, Forage Crops,
Fruits and Nuts, and Forestry.
In addition to the event, a
pre-tour program on "Effective
Advertising and Display" will


be presented beginning at 2-.
p.m. Seating is limited to 21-
for this portion of the day only.
so get your reservation in
early.
Early registration is $15,
which includes meal, tours and
program materials. The
deadline is April 20, at 5 p.m.
After that deadline, the cost
will be $20 per person. All
registration money must be
paid by April 27.
Visit nfrec-sv.ifas.ufl.edu to
register or e-mail Karen
H a n c o c k a t
khancock@ifas.ufl.edu or call
(386) 362-1725 ext. 101 or ext.
102 (Laurie Osborne) for more
information.

Transportation
rescheduled for
April 24
The Union County
Transportation Disadvantaged
Board meeting scheduled for
Tuesday, April 17, has been
rescheduled for Tuesday, April.
24, at 1:15 p.m. due to a
scheduling conflict.
The board will meet in
Room 101 of the county.
courthouse. Questions? Please
call (800) 226-0690, ext. 110.


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BY LINDSEY KIRKLAND
Times Editor
Having another lackluster
week with nothing to look
forward to?
Dread no more.
High-flying theatrics, food
and fun for the whole family
and plane enthusiasts are right
around the corner with Lake
City's 2007 Rotary Airshow.
The show is set for Saturday
and Sunday, April 28 and 29,
at'the Lake City Municipal
Airport.
Lake City Rotary Club and
the city of Lake City present
the event that provides
something for everyone, so
there is no need to drive an
hour or more to find a way to,
entertain yourselves.
Jim Leroy of Lake City will
perform high-flying stunts. He
may be local, but the pilot is a
world-renowned aerobatic
pilot.
Lima Lima Flight
,Demonstration Team -will
perform, as well.: These
synchronized flight patterns
bring planes within feet of
each other,and require a great
,amount of skill and precision.
,This is something that will
Surely appeal to all ages.
Lake City Rotary member
KJohn Wheeler said the
Organization has been planning
Ithe event since October, with
CDon Kennedy, Mike Lee and


's


Vernon Douglas taking the
lead.
The three knew the most
about airshows, having helped
with shows in the past and
being plane enthusiasts.
"There's tons of logistics
involved," Wheeler said of the
planning.
Safety, traffic, concessions
and other concerns all have to
be taken into consideration
when planning an event of this
size.
No matter the struggle, the
-approximately 80-member
Rotary Club will be hosting
the event for the' first time this
year.
"Lake City needs an
airshow," Wheeler said.
While the event will provide
entertainment, he said Rotary
is proudest that the airshow
proceeds will benefit Haven
Hospice of Suwannee Valley
Care Center, which serves
Union, Columbia, Suwannee,
Hamilton and Baker counties,
and the Columbia County
Senior Services Life
Enrichment Center.
If expert pilots and a
charitable donation are not
enough, food and music by
band "Southern Justice" will
entertain the crowds.
Wheeler said a top-secret
part of the show would be the
Homeland Security
Demonstration, which will


involve emergency personnel
and pilots from all of northeast
Florida.
To see this exciting part of
the show and a variety of
planes-such as BI and B2
Bombers-come to the 2007
Rotary Airshow on April 28-
29.
Admission is $5 per day,
and children under 6 are free.
Tickets can be purchased at
Lake City/Columbia County
Chamber of Commerce (386)
752-3690 or at the Lake City
Reporter (386) 752-1293.
For more information, visit
www.rotaryairshow.net.
Editor's Note: Look in next
week's issue of the Union
County Times for a first-hand
account of what it feels like to
ride in a stunt plane and for
more airshow information.


Sheriffs office to
conduct traffic
checkpoints
The Union County Sheriffs
Office will be conducting
monthly traffic checkpoints at
various locations throughout
the county.,
Law enforcement officers
will check for vehicle
equipment safety-such as
defective brakes, lighting or
tires. They will also check for
valid driver's licenses or
violations.
This is part of the
continuous effort by the
sheriff's office to maintain
safety on the roads of Union
County.
Lake Butler
firefighters hold
50/50 drawing
Lake Butler Volunteer
Fire/Rescue is now holding a


50/50 drawing to benefit its
Firefighter Fund.
Tickets are available for $1
from any LBVFR firefighter or
at Lake Butler City Hall, 200
S.W. First St.
The date of the drawing will
be announced at a later time.
Winners will be contacted by
phone.

Pre-k program
now available
If your child is entering
kindergarten this fall, there is a
voluntary pre-kindergarten
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 Butler
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.

Big gospel
program to be
held April 21
St. James AME Church will
be hosting a gospel sing on
Saturday, April 21.
It will feature Lil' Sonny and
the Famous Allstars of
Brooklyn, N.Y., along with the
Gospel Tears of Wonder from
Alachua and the Durant
Singers of Providence.
The program will begin at 7
p.m. For ticket information,
contact (386) 496-9784,.
sponsor Emma Jenkins at
(352) 231-6848, Pastor
Georgia Edwards at (352,) 494-
2815, Lillie Godbolt at (386)
496-1699, or Deacon Coy at
home at (352) 373-6454 or by
cell phone at (352) 226-2008.


S PUBLIC AUCTION
The Lake Butler MiniStorage is
having an auction sale Saturday,
April 28th, 2007 at 10:00am at 1170
SW 6th Street, Lake Butler, in front of
the yellow apartments HWY 121.
Pursuant to Statutes Chapter 83 of
the Self Storage Facility Act of the
State of Florida the following units
Swill be foreclosed:
SJames Cribbs / unit # 30 $114.16
Chanel Dupree / unit # 40 $154.00
Christie Forsyth /unit # 34 $194.00
Deidra Oliver/unit # 14 $220.00
4/19 2tchg. 4/26
PUBLIC NOTICE
- The 2006 annual report of the Elida
Stephenson Foundation, Inc. is
available at the address noted below
h for inspection during normal business
hours by any citizen who so requests
, within 180 days after publication of the
notice of its availability.
The Elida Stephenson Foundation, Inc.,
S650 SE 2nd Street, Lake Butler, Florida
S32054.
The Principal Director is Norman H.
Stephenson, telephone 386-496-2358.
S4/19 2tchg.4/26
PUBLIC NOTICE
RULE NAME:
6.28 AnnualNacation Leave
F 6.311 Annual Payment of Sigk Leave
- PURPOSE AND EFFECT:
To update Board Policies.
SUMMARY:
To update Board Policies
AUTHORITY: Florida Statutes
LAW IMPLEMENTED:
C ECONOMIC IMPACT: None
Policies can be viewed in the Office of
: the Superintendent of Schools, 55 W
. Sixth Street, Lake Butler, Florida,
between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and
' 4:00 p.m.
IF A HEARING IS REQUESTED
- WITHIN 28 DAYS OF THIS
2 PUBLICATION IN ACCORDANCE
WITH SECTION 120.54 FLORIDA
STATUTES, IT WILL BE HELD ON
" MAY22, 2007, AT 1:3C M. IN THE
" SCHOOL 3OARL, MEE, .. ROOM.
A COMPLETE TEXT OF THIS
'-PROPOSED RULE MAY BE
VIEWED IN THE OFFICE OF THE
SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS,
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BUTLER, FLORIDA.
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from the back of another aircraft. The B2 will be one of the many aircraft to make
an appearance at Lake City's 2007 Rotary Airshow on April 28-29. Admission is $5
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4-H holds its annual awards banquet .


April 22 marks
Pioneer Day at
Sardis Baptist
Sardis Baptist Church of
Worthington Springs will host
its first Pioneer Day on
Sunday, April 22.
Pioneer Day means family
fun, good food and wholesome
entertainment. Everyone is
asked to dress in old-time
clothes (farmer or pioneer)
when they come. to the event.
This includes those attending
the two church services-8:30
a.m. and 11 a.m., and Sunday
school at 9:45 a.m.
After the church services,
approximately 12:45 p.m., a
covered-dish luncheon with
special homemade desserts
will be served banquet-style to
everyone attending.
Many brave men from the
church 'have volunteered to
bake, cook and otherwise
prepare a special dessert. They
will personally parade their
special creation though the
Fellowship Hall after everyone
has consumed the cover
dishes. The tantalizing desserts
will then be offered to the
highest bidder.
Door prizes will be available
to many attendees after lunch
and a special prize will be
awarded to the best-dressed
woman a'nd man
(pioneer/farmer).

Conference helps
special health
needs people
Children's' Medical Services
of Gainesville will be hosting
"Youth in Transition 2007:
Growing Up and Moving On"
on Monday, April 23, from
8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m..
This conference will target
'youth with special health care
needs who are ages 15 to 21 in
'" the process of moving from
adolescent adult health care
and those proceeding from
school to work or secondary
education.
Participants under 18 years
'/ old are required to attend with
a parent, who also must
register.
The conference will be held
at the Best Wester Gateway


Grand, 4200 N.W. 9,7" Blvd.
in Gainesville and provide
. information about entering the,
workforce, continuing
education and making the'
change to adult health care.
The conference is free, but
registration is required because
lunch will be served. For more
information,, call (352) 334-
1534.
CMS' mission is to
champion excellence in the
delivery of health care for
children with special needs
through a 'comprehensive
system of care.

Library holds
spring storytime
The Union County Public
Library Spring Storytime
Program entitled "Let's Go to
.the Beach" will be held today,
Thursday, April 19, at 10 a.m.
Pre-schoolers can enjoy the
storytime program each
-- Wednesday and Thursday at
10 a.m. Next week's program
will be Aprif 25 and 26, "This
is My Pet."
All programs are free and
open to the public. For details,
call, (386) 496-3432.

UC Housing
Authority meets
second Monday
The Union :County Housing
Authority will hold its board
meetings on the second
Monday of each month at 6:30
p.m.
Meetings take place at the
housing .-authority's- main
office, 715 W. Main St., in
Lake Butler and are open to
the public.

Volunteers
needed for
museum
The Union County historical
museum is in need of
volunteers because the
historical society is looking to
extend the hours of the
museum to include Sundays
from 2 to 4 p.m.
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awards Miranda Merritt as the junior division
Overall Outstanding 4-H'er of the Year.


BY TERESA -
STONE-IRWIN
Telegraph Staff Writer
Union County 4-H held its
annual awards banquet on
April 12, at the Lake Butler
community center.
The 4-Hers selected to
.represent Union County at the
district event on May 5. at the
Reitz Union in Gainesville
were Morgan Worrell food
preparation, Kelsey Brooker -
clothing, Brandon Bivins -
leisure arts and recreation,
Kristen' Hodgson companion
animals, Miranda Merritt -
animal science and Case
Emerson poster art.
Award for 4-Her of the Year
went to Katie Zipperer -
Millertown, Hodgson -
Rylander, Lexi Whitehead -
Spring Hill, Merritt livestock"
and Jonathan Cothran -
outdoor. -
o The Overall Outstanding 4-
Hers of the Year were Merritt
in the junior division, Travis
Starling in the .intermediate
division and Selena Chassie in
the senior division.
The 4-H Club record book
winners in the junior division
were Lilly Combs (Pet Pals),
Zipperer (Cavy Guinea Pigs),
Kortney Jenkins (\\ g-les and
W a g s ) Emerson.
(Photography), Clay Halle
(Cast in the Future), Parker
Hodgson (Community Service)
and Merritt (Community
Service). In the intermediate
division, the winners were
Kelsey Brooker (Clothing) and
Dustin Hersey (Community

the 'historical society or drop
by the museum on Mondays
from 9 a.m. to noon.

UCHS juniors to
hold fishing
tourney April 28
Union County High School's
junior class presents its second
annual Big Bass Fishing
Tournament on Saturday. April
28, at Camp. Blanding -
Kineslev Lake.
The entry fee is $40 per boat
with a two-member team.
Entry forms can be filled out in
person at UCHS through
Friday, April 27, at 4 p.m.
They may also be mailed to
UCHS, Attn: Tammy Sulsona,
100 S. Lake Ave., Lake Butler,
FL, 32054, but they must be
received with payment by
April 27, at 4 p.m.
Due to security policies at
Camp Blanding, there will be
no registration at the gate on
the morning of the event. All
contestants must also present a
valid picture ID at the gate for
verification. All federal state
and local laws must be obeyed
or contestants will be subject
to disqualification and removal
from the tournament.
There is also an optional $10
per boat "Big Bass" jackpot.
This is a 100-percent payout
for the team with the heaviest
live bass caught during the
tournament.
For further contest rules,
please see the entry form at
UCHS.
Group helps
people to work
Abilities of Florida is an
organization that helps people
with physical disabilities or
mental health issues regain
employment. The group
provides services designed to
enable people to prepare for
and get gainful employment.
Services include help with
physical or mental treatment,
job placement and retraining.
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Service). Their senior winner
was Chassie.
The 4-H Tropicana
Countywide Public Speaking
Contest was.. held in
conjunctiofi with the .banquet.
Kayla Andrews received the
Honorable Mention award for
her speech titled "World War
Three," and Hollie Tucker also
received Honorable Mention
for her speech on the famous
Olympic softball player, Jennie
.-Finch. Third"-pFace dinner was
Tori Furukawa with her
speech, "Family or Circus?"
Taylor Cross took second
place for "My Love of Horses"
and Savannah Woodall won
first place for her speech,
."Dynamite Comes in Small
Packages."
:As first place winner of the
contest, Woodall received an
all-expense paid trip to 4-H
Camp Cherry Lake in May,
sponsored by Tropicana.
Ricky Jenkins, Donna
Harris, Hardy Clyatt and
Carolyn Parrish helped set up
the center for the event.


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Union County Commissioner Ricky Jenkins
presented a plaque to Travis Starling, the
intermediate division Overall Outstanding 4-
*H'er of the Year. Selena Chassie won for the
senior division, but was unable to attend the
event.


School board members Alvin Griffis,.Allen Parrish and County Commissioner
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News from Bradford County, Union County and the Lake Region area



Owner of new restaurant fell in love with Starke


BY MARCIA MILLER
Telegraph Staff Writer
It isn't unusual to find a
person who is captivated by a
small community. The friendly
people and the quiet lifestyle
appeal to most small-town
residents.
However, that person is
usually a resident of the
community in question.
Although Whale Tales owner
Pete Osgard does not live in
Starke, he said he was so
thoroughly charmed by the
town that he decided to open
his business here.
"Admit it, Starke," Osgard
said, "You are beautiful." He
said th-e town needs to be told
that occasionally because
people who live here
sometimes get blinded by the
few negatives the) see.
"People who come here from
metro areas find Starke a
haven. It's a simpler, honest
way of life. It's fantastic," he
said.
Although still a small town,
Osgard said he believes Starke
is growing. "There are 15,000
people every day moving into
the state. Most of them are
going to the metro areas, but
the metro people are moving
out of the city into places like
Starke," he said.
Growth that is occurring in
downtown Starke now would
seem 'to bear that out. In
addition to Whale Tales, the
Sugartree Cafe6 is planning to


Strawberry

Fest this

weekend

BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor.
The Ninth Annual
Strawberry Festival will 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.
The festival has a full slate
of vendors from all over,
including familiar faces and
brand new entries.
They include couple froiT-
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!
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.
Among them is a high-jump
contraption featuring bungee
cords and a harness. Other
attractions include .a giant
slide, a Western-themed laser
shooting gallery and water
balloon wars, complete with
environmentally safe balloons
that biodegrade in the sunlight.
Also on Call Street, from
Walnut to U.S. 301, there will
be a car show on Saturday
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 a Harley
Davidson motorcycle: Tickets
are $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
the 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.
Meanwhile, everyone will
have a chance to purchase a
flat of berries to take
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OBITUARIES


Hazel Birdsall
LAKE BUTLER Hazel Marie
Birdsall. 72. of Lake Butler died
Sunday, April 15, 2007, at E.T.
York Hospice Center in
Gainesville following a brief
illness.
Born in Peekskill, N.Y., where
she lived most of her life, Mrs.
Birdsall lived in Daytona Beach


before moving to Lake Butler
two years ago. She was a hotel
laundry service worker before
retiring. She was of the
Protestant faith.
Ms. Birdsall is survived by: a
daughter. Rhonda Culbreth of
Lake Butler; a stepdaughter,
Beverly Delagnge of Peekskill; a
stepson, Gordon Birdsall of
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grandchild.
Funeral services will be held at
a later date. Arrangements are
under the care of Archer Funeral
Home of Lake Butler.

Jeanette Brown
LAKE BUTLER Jeanette
Brown, 49, of Lake Butler died
Tuesday. April 17, 2007,
following an extended illness.
Born to the late Buster Brown
and JeanetteCarter Brown, Ms.
Brown attended the Church of
God in Starke.
Ms. Brown is survived by: two
sons, Patrick McWhite of Orange
Park and Brian McWhite of West
Virginia: her fiance, Theodore
"Ted" Madison of Lake Butler;
the father of her children, Eddie
McWhite of Orange Park; a
brother, Perry Brown of Orange
Park; and one grandchild. She
was preceded in death by a
brother, Buster Brown Jr.
Memorial services for Ms.
Brown will be held on Saturday,
April 21, 2007, at 11 a.m., in
the chapel of Archer Funeral
Home of Lake Butler. The family
will receive friends after the
funeral service.

Helen Carlton
BROOKER Helen Hazel
Pritchard Crosby Carlton, 103,
died Sunday, April 15, 2007, at
Bradford Terrace Nursing Home
in Starke following an extended
illness.
Born in Gadsden County, on
Feb. 18, 1904, Mrs. Carlton
moved to Bradford County in
1929. She was a member of
Brooker Baptist Church and was
a teacher and homemaker.
Mrs. Carlton is survived by: a
son, Hugh Edward Crosby of
Brooker; three daughters,
Marilyn Vellenga of Brooker,
Betty Jo Goodson of Lakeland
and Elaine Griffis of Starke; a
sister, Lorene Huie of
Crawfordville; 14 grandchildren,
35 great-grandchildren; a


stepson, Morris Ray 'Carlton of
Gainesville; two stepdaughters,
Beadie Carlton Hough of
Keystone Heights and Sarah
Carlton Henderson of
Birmingham, Ala. She was
preceded in death by husbands,
Hugh Butler Crosby and the Rev.
Ressie Ray Carlton; a sister.
Oleta Pritchard Blount; a son,
Richard Lee Crosby; .a
stepdaughter, Helen Carlton
Taylor and a great-grandson.
Crosby Gardener Goodson.
Funeral services for Mrs.
Carlton were April 18, 2007, in
Brooker Baptist Church with the
Rev. Al Paulson officiating.
Interment followed in Dedan
Cemetery under the care of Archer
Funeral Home of Lake Butler.
Memorial contributions may
be made to Hospice of North
Central Florida, 4200 N.W. 92nd
Blvd., Gainesville, FL 32606.


Roy Dennison
STARKE Roy Leslie
Dennison, 85, of Starke died
Sunday, April 1, 2007, at
Gainesville Health Center.
Born in Hastings, Mich., on
Sept. 16, 1921, Mr....Dennison
served in the U.S. Army 'during
World War I..
MI Denni,-n is survived by:
hi, 't,ile. Lois' Denini'son; a
daughter, Vicki. McKinne,' two ,
sons, Douglas Dennison and
Richard Dennison; five
grandchildren and 11 great-
grandchildren.
A private memorial-service for
Mr. Dennison was held on April
6, 2007.

Selma Harris
STARKE Selma Shouppe
-Harris, 45, of,.Starke died
Saturday, April 14, 2007, at.
Shands Starke.
Born in Thomasville, Ga.,
Mrs. Harris moved to Starke at an
early age. She attended the
Bradford County school system
and worked for Wendy's in
Keystone Heights as a general


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the Church of God Faith.
Mrs. Harri s is survived by: her
husband, Jeff Harris of Starke; a
son, Dennis Montgomery of
Starke; a daughter, Denise Harris
of Starke: a stepdaughter,
Tammie Davis of Starke; a
stepson, Joey Montgomery of
Chiefland; three sisters, Vickie
Godwin and LaJuan Whittle, both
of Starke, and Francis Keeney of
Lawtey; a brother; John Leonard
Butts;. and one grandchild.
Funeral services for Mrs.
Harris were April 17, 2007, at
Archie Tanner Funeral Home
Chapel with the Rev. Gene Bass
officiating. Interment followed
in Crosby Lake Cemetery under
the care of Archie Tanner Funeral
Home of Starke.

Irma Downie
MELROSE Irma Hofer
Downie, 81, of Melrose died
Saturday, April 14, 2007, at her
residence.
Mrs. Downie moved to
Melrose in 1969. She was a civil
engineer and member of the
Homemaker Club in Melrose:
Mrs. Downie is survived by:
her daughter, Jackie Suarez of
Keystone Heights; and four
grandchildren. She was preceded
in death by her husband of 25
years, George Downie.
Arrangements are under the
care of Moring Funeral Home of
Melrose.

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 the
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; and 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 Kulbacki
STARKE Edward John
Kulbacki, 52, of Starke died
Sunday, April 15, 2007, of
cancer.
Born on Sept. 15, 1954, in
Newark, N.J., Mr. Kulbacki
moved to Starke in 1989. He was
of the Catholic faith.
Mr. Kulbacki is survived by:
.four. daughters, Stephanie
Talltree of Starke; Christie
Marrero of Hawaii, Karrie
Kulbacki of Margate and Natalie
Kulbacki of Starke; Charles
Kulbacki, Anthony Kulbacki and
James Kulbacki, all of Starke;
and three grandchildren.
A memorial service for Mr.
Kulbacki will be held at 19185
N.W. 52st Ave., in Starke, on
Saturday, April 21, 2007, at 12
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David Paul
MELROSE David Edward
Paul, 4-months-old, died
'Monday, April 16, 2007, at his
residence in Melrose.
David is survived by: his
parents, Janmes and Kelly Paul; a
brother, James Paul; two sisters,
Shellie Paul and Ashley Paul, of
Melrose; his grandparents,
Rodney and Suzanne Nance of
Melrose, and Kathy Rolg of San
Jose, Costa Rico.
Graveside services for David
were April 18, 2007, at Moring
Funeral Home in Melrose.
Memorial contributions may
be made to defray funeral costs in
care of Moring Funeral Home,
P.O. Box 1579, Melrose, FL
32666.


Dolores Jervis
LAWTEY Dolores Margretta
Jervis, 88, of Lawtey died
Tuesday, April 10, 2007, at
Shands Lake Shore in Lake City.
Born in Minneapolis, Minn.,
Mrs. Jervis moved to Lawtey in
1991. She was an executive
secretary for the dean of nursing
at State University of New York
at Albany, N.Y. She was a
member of the Daughters of the
American Revolution and Ladies
Auxiliary VFW.
Mrs. Jervis is survived by: two
daughters, Patrice Russell of
Lawtey and Sandi O'Brien of
Woodstock, Ga.; a son, Brett
Jervis of Greene, Maine;' six
grandchildren and several great-
grandchildren. She was preceded
in death by her husband, Lynn
Frederick Jervis.
Memorial services for Mrs.
Jervis were April 13, 2007, in
the chapel of Archie Tanner
Funeral Home of Starke


Debra Pittman
I LAKE BUTLER Debra Ann
"Debbie" Pittman, 50, of Lake
Butler died Sunday, April 15,
2007, at Suwannee Valley Care
Center in Lake City following an
extended illness.
Born in Gary, Ind., on Jan. 3,
1957, Mrs. Pittman was a
longtime area resident. She was a
financial secretary for the Union
County School Board and was a
member of Madison Street
Baptist Church in Starke.
Mrs. Pittman is survived by:
her husband of 31 years, Michael
Pittman of Lake Butler; two
daughters, Beth Yarbrough,and
Denise Moore, both of Starke; a
brother, Randy Lewis of Alachua;
a sister, Reeda Lott of Wiggins,
Miss.; her mother, Ilean Lewis of
.Gai.neesville;;; .an,d,';w.t-wO
grandchildren. She was preceded
,in death by her- father, Errmery
Lewis.
Funeral services for Mrs.
Pittman were April 18, 2007, in
Madison Street Baptist Church in
Starke with Dr. Chad Everson
conducting the services.
Interment followed in Dekle
Cemetery in Lake Butler under
the care of Jones Funeral Home
of Starke.


Roger Tetstone
KNOXVILLE, TENN. -.Roger
Dale Tetstone Jr., 38, of
Knoxville, Tenn., died
Wednesday, April 11, 2007, in
Knoxville.
Born on Aug. 29, 1968, in
Starke, Mr. Tetstone graduated
from Gainesville High School.
Mr. Tetstone is survived by:
his father and stepmother, Roger
Tetstone Sr. and Tammy Tetstone
of Starke; his mother and
stepfather, Wanda Jane "Micki"
and Donald White of Knoxville;
a brother, Charles "Chuck" Lacy
,--Tetstone of Knoxville; a
stepbrother, Tony Raish of
Starke; a stepsister, Rose Raish
of Starke; maternal grandmother,
Cathryn'Johnson of Gainesville;
and paternal grandmother,
Mildred Tetstone of Starke.
Graveside services for Mr.
Tetstone were April 16, 2007, at
Seven Islands Missionary
Baptist Church Cemetery in
Knoxville.


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OBITUARIES
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Anthony Mathias
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
Anthony Odell "Tony" Mathias.
45, of Keystone Heights died
suddenly on Wednesday, March
14. 2007. at his residence.
Born in Richmond. Va., on
Nov. 2. 1961. Mr. Mathias was a
longtime area resident. He was a
tree surgeon and professional
painter and was of the Baptist
faith.
Mr. Mathias is survived by:
his wife of 12 years, Kathy
Mathias of Keystone Heights:
two daughters. Ashley Lynn
Mathias of Starke and Toni
Deanna Mathias of Springfield,
Ga.: two stepsons, Lee
Greenspan of Hollywood and
Jonathon Pendarvis of Callahan:
two sisters. Theresa Williams of
Gwynn, Va., and Maryellen
Sprouse of Richmond: a brother,
Martin Mathias of Richmond:
his mother, Doris Lawhorne
Mathias of Richmond: and two
grandchildren.
Private funeral services for Mr.
Mathias. will be held at a later
date. Jones Funeral Home of
Keystone Heights is in charge of
arrangements.

Steven Orr
FLORAHOME Steven Dalton
Orr, 18, of Florahome died
Monday,. April 9, 2007, from
injuries sustained in an
automobile accident.
Born in Gainesville on Nov.
8, 1988, Mr. Orr moved to
Florahome in 1999 from
Gainesville. He was a senior at
Interlachen High School and was
a member of Florahome United
Methodist Church. He worked for
Ace Hardware in Melrose.
Mr. Orr is survived by: his
parents, Steven Mark and Wanda
Sue Bragdon Orr of'Florahome;
siblings, Brent Lee Orr of
Mississippi, Roland Bragdon Orr
and Rebecca Bragdon Orr, both
of Florahome, Daniel Ray Smith
and Roger Dale Smith, both of
Gainesville; his maternal
grandmother, Ann Elizabeth
Bragdon of Pensacola; and his
great-grandmother, Thelam
Leimers of Brooks, Maine.
Memorial services for Mr. Orr
were April 14, 2007, in First
United Methodist Church of
Florahome- with pastor Bill
Talbott conducting the services.
Interment will be at a later date
under the care of Jones Funeral
Home of Keystone Heights.


Effie Taylor
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Effie
M. Taylor, 86, of Keystone
Heights died Saturday, April. 14,
2007, at her'residence. ," :
Born on 'April 12, 1921, in
Middleburg, Mrs. Taylor owned
and. operated Taylor's Grocery
and Market in Jacksonville for
many years. She moved to
Keystone Heights in 1971 fromO
Jacksonville. She was a member
of Beulah Baptist Church,
Mrs. Taylor is survived by: her
husband of 68 years, Arthur W.
Taylor of Keystone Heights;,four
daughters, Marion Strickland of
Sierra' Vista, Ariz., Karen


Bonner. Cheryl Combs and
Cynthia Bright, all ol Keystone
Heights: a brother,. J.W.
Manning of Dallas: a sister.
Lucille White olf Keystone
Heights: 11 grandchildren and 12
great-grandchildren.
Funeral services for Mrs.
Taylor were April 18, 2007. at
Beulah Baptist Church with the
Rev. Paul Estes officiating.
Interment followed in Long
Branch Cemetery under the care
of Archie Tanner Funeal Home of
Starke.
Memorial contributions may
be made to Beulah Baptist
Church. P.O. Box 210.
Middleburg, F 32060. or to the
charity olf your choice.




George Thomas
STARKE George Raymond
Thomas, 63. of Starke died
Thursday, April 12, 2007.
Born in Jacksonville, Mr.
Thomas was a longtime resident
of Starke. He was a son of the
late Richard Hicks and Jane
Ferreira Thomas Sr. He retired
from I.E. Dupont as a heavy
equipment operator. He was a
member of Sampson City Baptist
Church.
Mr. Thomas is survived by:
two daughters. Polly Thomas and
.Sally Thomas, both of Starke: a
brother, Frank Arthur Thomas of
Starke: a sister, Janet Gail Purvis
of Jacksonville. He was preceded
in death by a brother, Richard
Hicks Thomas Jr.
Funeral services for, Mr.
Thomas were April 16. 2007,'at
Archie Tanner Funeral Home
Chapel in Starke with the Rev.
Glenn T. Cathey officiating.
Interment followed in Sapp
Cemetery.


William Naracon
TALLAHASSEE William
Leon "Bill" Naracon, 60, of
Tallahassee died'Tuesday, April
10, 2007, at Big Ben Hospice
Center in Tallahassee following
an extended illness.
Born in. Bradenton, to the late
Ansley "Al" and Margaret
"Isabelle" Naracon, Mr. Naracon
lived in St. Petersburg and
Jacksonville before moving to
Tallahassee in 1978. He was an
U.S. Air Force veteran and retired
in February, 2007, as a
maintenance supervisor at
Florida State University. He was
of the Catholic faith.
Mr. Naracon is survived by:
his wife of 28 years, Cathy
Crawford Naracon of Tallahassee;
a son, Michael Naracon of
Tallahassee;, two brothers,
Robert Maracon of Midlothian,
Va., and Allen Naracon of Isle of
Palm, S.C.; three sisters,
Margaret Croft of Jacksonville,
Mary Kugler of St. Petersburg
and Mildred Naracon of Isle of
Palms.
Memorial services for Mr.
Naracon will be held at a later
date on Tallahassee. Archer
Funeral Home of Lake Butler is in
charge of local arrangements.


The family ofJ.B. Gaskins would
like to express their sincere
appreciation to our friends and
extended family for their kindness
and the many expressions of
.sympathy during our loss.
A special thanks to the staffof
Windsor Manor Nursing Home for
taking such good care of himn.
Also, would like to thank Archie
Tanner Funeral Home for carrying
out Daddys swishes so beautifully.
Betty Shuford


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Family who runs shelter loses home, eight dogs to fire


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
They lost everything-their
clothing, identification and
personal papers, and
irreplaceable objects of
sentimental value.
That's bad enough, but the
fire that engulfed the 38-foot
RV belonging to Jimmy and
Sherry Ritchie, and their
daughter, Crystal, took
something more precious from
them-the lives of eight dogs.
"We just cry all the time and
can't get any sleep at night,"
Jimmy Ritchie said.
The fire started on the
morning of April 14. The
Ritchies, who live in the trailer
park* across from the CMC
Steel plant in Starke, were
going through their usual
routine-drin ing coffee and
having, breakfast in their
trailer, which is adjacent to the


This RV contained all of the personal belongings of Jimmy, Sherry and Crystal
Ritchie. It caught fire on the morning of April 14. Eight dogs were killed in the fire.


RV. It became clear something
was wrong because of the
noise. The Ritchies operate
Home Sweet Home Animal
Rescue Inc. and have a large
group of dogs on their
property.
"We noticed the dogs were
barking and looked out the
window," Jimmy Ritchie said.
"The thing was in flames."
The family tried to battle the
fire prior to the arrival of
firefighters, with Jimmy
attempting to punch through
the sides of the RV.
"All I wanted to do was get
those animals out," he said.
The family said they were
told the fire was electrical in
nature.
The RV served, in essence,
as the Ritchies' home. It is
where they slept and where
they kept all of their
belongings. The family lost
such items as Crystal's crib


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Despite the loss, the family
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"We're still rescuing,"
Jimmy said. "We're not going
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Iichael Thurman and former
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"CRIME


Third arrest
in counterfeit
check case
A third arrest was made last
week for cashing counterfeit-
checks at a Starke bank.
Edwina Chastain Gregory
was charged April 9 by Sgt.
William Brown with opening a
checking account, with $5 on
March 5. Gregory then started
writing checks on the account
knowing there was no money
in the account, Sgt. Brown
said. Loss to the bank was in
excess of $3,000.
Gregory admitted to
knowing the checks were
counterfeit when she received
them from Diana Riley. Riley
and Ashley Michelle Clark
were arrested April. 4 on-
charges of grand theft and
uttering forged/counterfeit
bills, Sgt. Brown said.
Gregory, 44, of Hampton
was charged with depositing
with intent to defraud, uttering
a counterfeit instrument and
grand theft, Sgt. Brown. She
was released after a $15,000
surety bond was posted.


Duval teens
arrested in
Starke
Four Jacksonville teens were
arrested Saturday in Starke after
they attempted to steal
merchandise from Wal-Mart.
The teens were seen placing
items into a cart and a large
plastic container. They
attempted to leave the store
without paying for the items,
which included a 24-package of
beer, according to Sgt. M.D.
Watson and Patrolman Mark
Lowery.
Austin Lee Johnson, 19, and
Louie Edward Britt Jr., 18,
were charged with retail grand
theft and possession of alcohol
under age. Two juvenile
females were also charged but
released to their guardians, Sgt.
Watson said.
The merchandise, valued at
$307.66, was returned to Wal-
Mart.
Johnson and Britt were
released from custody after
$6,000 .surety bonds were
posted. '

Animal
cruelty
gets man
arrested
A 20-year-old Hampton man
was arrested last week for
animal cruelty.
While conducting an
investigation into an unrelated
matter on April 11, Officer S.
Donaldson observed numerous
pit bull dogs at a residence on
Hampton Avenue. The dogs
were without shelter and one
dog was limping and dragging
iis back leg that appeared to be
injured, Officer Donaldson
said.
The owner of the dogs,
Michael Shayne Shields, was
charged with cruelty to
animals. He was also found in
violation of a Florida State
Statute requiring rabies shots,
Officer Donaldson said.
Shields was released from
custody after a $500 surety
bond was posted.
The injured animal was
removed for medical attention.


Traffic stop
nets five
arrests
Five individuals were
arrested Sunday during a traffic
stop for-a broken brake light.
James Allen Mobley, 49, of
Starke was charged with
attaching g tag not assigned by
Sgt. Richard M. Crews when
his 1997 Nissan was stopped
on U.S. 301 on April 15.
Mobley was additionally
charged with theft when a
coffee maker" was recovered
from the trunk of the car, Sgt.
Crews said. The coffee maker
had been reported stolen by
Mobley from a room at a local
motel, Sgt. Crews said.
Passengers in the vehicle
were searched after the K-9
alerted, according to Patrolman


William Murray.
Laura Beth Moore, 20, of
Melrose was charged with
possession of cannabis after
marijuana was found concealed
in her pants, Patrolman
Murray said.
Misty Yarbrough Ransom,
36, of Hampton was charged
by Patrolman Murray with
possession of prescription
medication without a


prescription and possession of
crack cocaine. A pill bottle
containing prescription
medications and a glass tube
with cocaine residue were
found in her purse. Several
items of paraphernalia (crack
pipes) were found in. her pants,
Patrolman Murray said.
Shelly Marie Rogers, 30, of
Starke was charged with
possession of drug
paraphernalia, Patrolman
Murray said.
Willie Clifford Hill, 42, of
Lawtey was charged with
possession prescription
medication without a
prescription,- possession of
cocaine and possession of drug
paraphernalia. A plastic bag
containing Viagra and
Methadone and bags that had
cocaine residue and a set of
digital scales were found in a
bag. In a zippered pouch was a
prescription bottle containing
122 Methocarbomal pills,
Patrolman Murray said.
Hill was also charged on a
warrant from Marion County
for violation of probation
grand theft, Patrolman Murray
said.

Two, face
drug charges
in Starke
Two Starke women face
drug charges after being found
passed out in a local motel.
The management contacted
police when they were unable
to get anyone to answer the
door of a room after check out
time, Sgt. Richard Crews said.
After knocking and yelling
at the door without a response,
entrance was gained by use of a
key, Sgt. Crews said.
Nicole Lynn Baker, 26, and
Stacey Nicole Bailey, 24, were
arrested April 10 for
possession of cocaine,
possession of drug
paraphernalia and possession of
prescription medication
without prescription, Sgt,
Crews said.
Cocaine was found beside
the bed in a plastic bag, Sgt.
Crews said. A tin with three
Oxycontin pills and three glass
crack pipes with residue were
found next to the bed, Sgt.
Crews said.
S.Baker and Bailey remain in
custody, each under $20,000
bond.

Teen
arrested
for stealing
dirt bike
A Keystone Heights teen
was arrested April 10 after a
stolen motorcycle was found at
his residence.
John Luther Bennett Jr., 18,
was charged by. Deputy A.B.
Graff with removing the 2003
Honda motorcycle (dirt bike)
from the rear of a residence on
Pecan Street on March 29.
The bike was located during
an arrest on unrelated charges,
Deputy Graff said. Bennett
pulled, away and attempted to
run from the deputy. He was
handcuffed and taken to the
county jail, Deputy Graff said.
Bennett was charged with
grand theft auto and resisting
an officer without violence.


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Recent
arrests
in Bradf:rd,
Clay or Union
The following individuals
were arrested recently by local
law enforcement officers in
Bradford, Clay (Keystone
Heights area) or Union
County:
David C. Ginn, 41, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
April 10 by Clay Deputy M.J.
Maertz for aggravated domestic
battery and aggravated assault.
Ginn is charged with striking
the victim and threatening her
with a rifle, Deputy Maertz
said.
Rudolph Carter Sr., 49, of
Starke was arrested April 10 by
Bradford Deputy Thomas Sapp
for possession of crack cocaine
with intent to sell, possession
of a firearm by a convicted
felon, possession of cannabis,
possession of drug
paraphernalia and possession of
a firearm while engaged in a
criminal offense. During a
search at Carter's residence the
deputy saw Carter throw an
object under his trailer. The
object contained crack rocks. A
.22 caliber handgun was found
near where the crack was
located, Deputy Sapp said.
Carter was holding marijuana
and :a glass pipe in his hand.
Carter admitted he had a
problem with using and selling
crack cocaine, Deputy Sapp
said. Bond on the charges was
set at $85,000.
Paul Ernest Williams, 50,
of Starke was arrested April 9
by Deputy Sapp for possession
of crack cocaine and drug
paraphernalia. A crack pipe and
a piece of crack cocaine were
found during a search. Bond
was set at $20,000.

John Anthony .Letterman,
25, of Middleburg was arrested'
April 10 by Starke Patrolman
David Schlofman for
possession of cannabis and
drug paraphernalia. The K-9
alerted on Letterman's vehicle
during a traffic stop. A small
bag of marijuana and a glass
marijuana pipe were found in
the back seat, Patrolman
Schlofman said. A $2,000
surety bond was posted for his
release from custody.
Candice Mechelle Griffis,
18, of Starke was arrested
April 14 by Patrolman
Schlofman for possession of
drug paraphernalia. A crack
pipe was found during a traffic
stop on Old Lawtey Road.
Bond was set at $1,000.
Jeremiah H. Brown, 26, of
Gainesville and Natalie H.
Demps, 23, of Jacksonville
were arrested April 14 by
Starke Patrolman P.A. King
on drug charges. During a
traffic stop at 3:50 a.m. the
officer found a small bag of
powder cocaine between the
driver and passenger seats.
Brown was charged with
possession of cocaine with
bond set at $15,000. Demps
was charged with possession of
cocaine and possession of
marijuana when marijuana was


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Terrie L. Mealman, 43, of
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Mealman is charged with
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Michael Smith, 45, of
Melrose was arrested April 15
by Clay deputies for trespass
warning and disorderly conduct.
Freddie Williams, 47, of
Lake Butler was arrested April
11 by Union Deputy Mindy
Goodwin for aggravated
assault. Williams is charged
with striking the victim and
pushing her into a window that
broke, Deputy Goodwin said.
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leaving the residence by
removing a part from her
vehicle. He continued to yell
obscenities and threaten the
victim after the deputies
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charged on a capias with failure
to appear misdemeanor offense.
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Letroy S. Burch, 38, of
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Bond was set at $22,000.
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Shawn Timothy Tracy II,
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for worthless checks. Bond was
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CRIME


Deputies help

capture

escaped

suspects

BY LINDSEY KIRKLAND
Times Editor
Union County Sheriff's
.Office (UCSO) deputies
'helped apprehend two suspects
that escaped from custody on
Interstate 75 in Columbia
1County.
According to Columbia
'County Sheriff's Office
'CCSO), Arzeez Sadila, 29,
and Goffney Taleon, 24, both
!of New Jersey, were stopped
'because no tag was displayed
bn their vehicle.
Their rented Pacifica was
stopped on 1-75 near Ellisville
at approximately 1:15 p.m.
According to the CCSO
reports, Deputy Cecil
Brownfield and Sgt. Mike
Sweat began to question the
two men. Due to
inconsistencies in their stories,
the officers detained the men
jn a patrol car and began to
Search the suspects' car.
While searching the car, the
officers heard a loud noise.
WVhen they looked up, Taleon
and Sadila were climbing out
the back of a rear patrol car
window. One of the suspects
had kicked out the window.
Officers pursued the two
men on foot, but the suspects
separated after running across
six lanes of 175 into a wooded
area.
According to Doug York of
the UCSO, Columbia Sheriff
Bill Gootee notified Union
County to assist in the search.
i York said Sheriff Jerry
Whitehead supervised the
search on the Union County
side, directing officers where
to set up a perimeter, while
Gootee was directing
operations on the Columbia
County end.
UCSO called in the
assistance of the RMC dog
squad, York said, and
Columbia County had tracking
dogs in use, as well.
Dogs tracked Sadilla to
underneath a mobile home off
of C.R. 2.-. _T C i. o iei, -upec I
was found-in the ".A,Ed ,d'.l'i-e
to the original traffic
stop-with the use of dogs and
helicopters. One suspect was.
found with a 9mm handgun.
More than 40 law
enforcement officers and two
helicopters-including Fish
and Wildlife Commission,
Florida Highway
Patrol-assisted in the nearly
three hour search, York said.
Union County also took
steps to notify local schools of
te incident, even though the
Suspects were not near the
schools. Buses made their
stops on C.R. 238 with a law
enforcement escort when
school was out.
In. a press release, Columbia
County Sheriff Gootee said,
"Law enforcement officers are
faced with dangers everyday
and this is a prime example.
What started as a routine
traffic stop turned into a tri-
:county manhunt for two
potentially dangerous subjects.
"With the cooperation of the
Florida Highway Patrol, the
Department of Corrections, the
Union County Sheriff's Office,
the Alachua County Sheriff's
Office and the Fish and Game
Commission, we were able to
successfully apprehend these
subjects without injury or
incident."
Both suspects were arrested
and charged with felony
*criminal' mischief and escape.
As of press time Tuesday, they
were in the Columbia County
Jail.

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:

Walter Woodrow Watts, 35,
of Keystone Heights was
arrested April 11 by Clay
Deputy T.A. Cecrle on a
warrant from Bradford County
for violation of probation
possession of controlled
substance and paraphernalia
with no bond.

Alphonso Hutchinson. 46,
of Hawthorne was arrested
April 12 by Clay Deputy D.
Miller on a capias for failure to
appear possession of drug
paraphernalia. Bond was set at
$502.

Glen Mclane Brown. 26, of
Lake Butler was arrested April
13 by -Union Deputy' Ken
Smith on a warrant for
burglary and petit theft.

William J. McKinney, 31,
of Starke was arrested April 13
by Patrolman King for two
counts violation of probation
fleeing and attempting to elude
with no bond. ,

Leslie Michelle Parrish, 24,
of Lake Butler was arrested
April 13 by Union Sgt.
Raymond Shuford for failure to
appear misdemeanor offense.
Bond was set at $1,500.

Henry Floyd Parrish, 27, of
Brooker was arrested April 12
by Union Lt. H.M. Tomlinson
for failure to appear. Bond was
set at $10,000.

Carlos Jones, 35, of Starke
was arrested April 13 by
probation officers for violation
of community control.
Lillie Mai Wells, 32, of
Hampton was arrested April 15
by Patrolman Hooper on a
Clay warrant for worthless
checks. Bond was set at $225.

Traffic
Raymond Michael Farris,
47, of Keystone Heights was
arrested April 12 by Starke
Patrolman Shawn Brown for
driving while license suspended
or re'. ked iDWLSi habitu:il
and pi-.ssession of firearm by'a
convicted felon. A 30-06
Remington rifle was found by
the officer during the traffic
stop just after midnight on
S.R. 16. Total bond was set at
$17,500.

Rick Leroy Bachmann, 47,
of Keystone Heights was
arrested April 13 by Deputy
Cecrle for DWLS knowingly.

Ronald Lee Thomas, 65, of
Lake Butler was arrested April
12 by Patrolman Brown for
reckless driving. A $1,000
surety bond was posted for his
release from custody.

Dennis Graves, 31, of
Starke was arrested April 16 by
Clay deputies for failure to
appear expired tag.

Vernon Buck Thompson,
28, of Starke was arrested
April 14 by Bradford Deputy
M.L. McKenzie for violation
of probation DWLS. Bond was
set at $5,000.

Heather M. Smith, 30, of
Lake Butler was arrested April
13 by Deputy Watkins for
violation of probation
possession of cocaine with no
bond.


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JROTC
Continued from p. 4B

learn about each year above all
the standard instruction. While
the topic was financial
management last year, the
group of more than 90 students
is learning this year about how
their government works.
In other JROTC news, the
program's three-year
inspection was done recently,
and it received an honor with
distinction classification, the
highest level. This would not
have been possible if all the
students did not put in extra
effort.
Black said of the 14 seniors
he has this year, three headed
for careers in the military and
seven others are planning to go
to college.
Recently, the program lost
one of its, instructors, Major
Jerry Pinkham, who made a
personal decision to teach at a
school closer to his elderly
parents.
While the JROTC students
and those in the school district
were sad to see him go, Black
said he feels a highly qualified
person took his place.
Lt. Col. Kevin Steverson is
the new instructor. Currently,
he is helping with intensive,
reading and JROTC, but he
will only focus on the JROTC
program for the 2007-2008
school year.
Steverson is from
Jacksonville-where he lives
now.-and is coming out of
almost 22 years of active duty.
Of those years, three were
with the Army and the rest
were spent in the Florida
National Guard.
His last position in the
military was as a counter drug
coordinator for the guard. He
was one of 140 guardsmen that
worked with law enforcement
officers and community
organizations to combat drugs.
Steverson said the transition
from military lifestyle to
education will be something he
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"It's just new to me." lhe
said.
After retiring from .the
military, Steverson said he saw
the opening for the JROTC
position.
"I decided it would be
something I would enjoy
doing," he said.
Steverson will take the skills
and leadership he learned in
the military and apply those to
JROTC.
"The focus is to make
students better citizens," he
said.
JROTC uses the military
structure and skills to do this.
In his spare time, Steverson
enjoys going to the gym to
work out, attending sporting
events and regardless of the
fact that Lake Butler is full of
University of Florida Gator
Nation members, he still
claims'to be an FSU fan.
He has two children-a 19-
year-old son, who is attending
Santa Fe Community College,
and a 17-year-old daughter,
who goes"to a collegiate high
school (focuses on dual
enrollment) in another county.


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BY CLIFF SMELLEY
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Starke's inaugural "Mr.
Gorgeous" pageant-where
women dress as men-is this
Saturday, April 21, but tickets
still remain for anyone
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Tickets are $30 and can be
purchased from any Kiwanis
C('lub member or at Starke
businesses Denmark Furniture
and Sporting Chance.
Participants will compete in
two categories: sports wear
and talent. Finalists will then
answer questions for the right
to don the crown.
Kiwanis member Tcrrry
Vaughan will serve as the
evening's emcee, and Chad
Rhoden, who won the Kiwanis
Club's Mz. Ugly pageant in
2005, will provide
entertainment (as himself, not
Mz. Ugly alter ego Shu Shu
Fontan).
For more information on the
event, please cdll Steve
Denmark at (904) 964-5827.



.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.


BHS grads are

raising money

for leukemia,

lymphoma



Three Bradford High School
graduates are participating in
the June 3, Rock and Roll
Marathon in San Diego to raise
awareness for leukemia and
lymphoma, and they are
attempting to raise money as
well for the Leukemia and
Lymphoma Society.
Dana Johns, Monica
Pombier and Tarah Skinner-
all 2000 BHS graduates-were
profiled in the April 5 issue
and have until May 15 to raise
funds for the Leukemia and
Lymphoma Society. Their
collective goal is $12,000.
Anyone who wishes to
support either runner in her
-efforts may do so by visiting
their respective Team in
Training Web pages. Johns'
page is
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Donations may also be sent
to the following addresses: for
Johns, mail to Bob and Carol
Milner, P.O. Box 579, Starke,
FL 32091; for Pombier, mail to
8809 Spring Harvest Lane
East, Jacksonville, FL 32244;
for Skinner, donations may be
mailed to 1793 N.E. 154th St.,
Starke, FL 32091. -
Checks should be made out
to the Leukemia and
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3 teams win total of $1,000 at Kiwanis tournament


It was a "Good FridaN" for
golfers on April 6. The fourth
annual Kiwanis Golf
Tournament was held at the
Starke Golf and Country Club.
Starke Kiwanis sponsored the
tournament.
Fourteen teams lined up at
8:30 a.m. to plaN in the 18-hole
hbest-ball tournament. After an
opening prayer led by Sheriff
Bob Milner, the teams drove
off to their assigned starting
tee.
Shooting 56, the team that
placed first received a $500
check. Members of the team
were Ron Bumgarner, Bud
Hearod, Chris Pottle and Al
Hill.
Second place, with a score
of 58, went to the team of
George Canova. Gene Tanner,
Richard Gaines and Terry
Gaines.
Third-place winners scored
59. Team members were Arley
McRae, Lloyd Allen, David
Barnhart and Bob Wolfson.
Second place received $300
and third $200.
Special recognition and
prizes donated by Starke Golf
and County Club went to Jesse
Gathright for the longest drive
on hole 5, to Jeremy Crawford
for being closest to the pin on
hole 2 and to Jon Shimer for
shooting the longest putt on
hole 9.
There were no holes-in-one
on hole 4, so the truck from
Bill Adams Chevrolet went
unclaimed.


Starke Kiwanis prepared
lunch, after which more than
$1,000 in door prizes was
given out to the participants.
The big winners were the
Johnson brothers. Chub
.Johnson won the grand prize-
a grill-while Jeff Johnson
Nwon a smoker and two
umbrellas.
Starke Kiwanis netted
approximately $3,200 for its
service projects. The money
raised will be used to support
local children and youth
projects, to help fund the
Kiwanis Kids Zone at the new
Bradford County public library
and to help provide
scholarships to Santa Fe
Community College.
Special recognition and
thanks go to Starke Golf and
Country Club for hosting the
tournament, and for
contributing special prizes.
Capital City Bank sponsored
towels for the goodie bags
each player received.
Members from the Bradford
Middle School Builders Club
helped at the event. The
Builders Club is one of
Kiwanis' sponsored youth
programs.
Kiwanis thanks the others
who sponsored a hole or
contributed a door prize or.
services: Badcock Furniture,
American Dream of NE
Florida Reality, Jackson
Building Supplies, Denmark
Furniture, George Roberts


Insurance, Durrance Pump
And Well Drilling, Madison
Street Pharmacy, Noegels
Auto Sales, Pat Welch Land
Surveyors,
I)ouglas, Douglas And
Farnsworth, Shands Of Starke,
Winkler Electric, Trinity
Mortgage, Western Steer
Restaurant, Sheriff Bob
Milner, Community State
Bank, WEAG Radio Chuck
Kramer, Sporting Chance,
Teila Pearson Tax Collector,
Ray Norman County Clerk,
Bradford County Telegraph,
Terry Vaughan Supervisor of
Elections,
Jimmy Alvarez Property
Appraiser, Jones Funeral
Home, Tatum Brothers
lumber, Back and Neck Pain
Clinic, Ferguson Homes,
Montford Paint and Body,
Kelly Engineering, A Bradford
Plus Insurance, Eliano's
Coffee, Bradford County Eye
Clinic and Elixson Wood
Products.

Submitted by Kiwanis Club
of Starke member Judy Becker.


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)
364-6215.
The Lawtey Recreation Board
meets on the second Tuesday of the
month at 7 p.m.


The winning team at the Kiwanis golf tournament was composed of (from left) Bud.
Hearod, Ron Bumgarner, Chris Pottle and Al Hill (also pictured at far right is Cheryl
Canova, president of the Kiwanis Club of Starke).


The second-
place team was
composed of
(from left)
Richard Gaines,
Gene Tanner,
Terry Gaines
and George
Canova.


The third-place
team was
composed of
(from left) Bob
Wolfson, David
Barnhart, Lloyd
Allen and Arley
McRae.


Golf Tournament this weekend


The 41" annual Strawberry
Golf Tournament, unique to
the Starke Golf and Country
Club, will be an event of
Saturday and Sunday, April
21-22, rather than being played
in June, as it was last year.
The April date coincides
with the annual Bradford
County Strawberry Festival,
providing additional
entertainment for residents and
visitors to the community.
The long-running continuity
of the golf tournament and its
history of success in fielding
an excellent roster of golfers is
testament to the quality of the
golf course and the preparation
of the greens and fairways.
The tournament draws
contestants from Northeast
Florida, principally from
Jacksonville, Palatka,
Gainesville and other
communities within the area.
Starke and Bradford County
have been well represented in
prior years, with a number of
winners from the local club.
The format' this year will be
similar to prior years, with
players being divided into
flights according to individual
handicaps. The championship
flight, composed of golfers
with extremely low handicaps,
usually produces an overall
winner, but last year's


tournament saw an exception
when a player in the first flight
took the honors with the
lowest score. Tom Lapcervic
(Gainesville) shot 71-68 to
win. His playing partner,
Roger Lusk (St. Augustine),
turned in a 77-74
For players. with handicaps
above the championship flight,
there will be four other flights
providing a level playing field
for all golfers. To assure all
handicaps accurately represent
players' abilities, anyone
turning in a score six or more
strokes below his stated
handicap will be moved into
the next lower flight for
scoring purposes. In golfing
parlance, golfers capable of
shooting 'low scores while
claiming high handicaps are
known as "sandbaggers."
Club management is
spending in excess of $5
thousand dollars for prizes,
which include a set of Titleist
735 CM's (irons) for first-place
winners in each flight, a
Titleist 905R driver for
second-place finishers and a
Titleist Vokey design wedge
for third-place finishers.
Tournament fees, $110 for
members and $130 for non-
members, include green fees,
the use of a cart for three
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two official rounds, range
balls, a Daiquiri and
sandwiches.
Management expects 60-70
applicants, which the course
can accommodate without
being overcrowded. Last year,
58 golfers played in the
Strawberry, but the June date
and hot weather may have
reduced the field.
Applications may be mailed
to Starke Golf and Country
Club, 15501 N.E. 14th Ave.,
Starke, FL, 32091, or faxed to
(904) 964-5410.
Call (904) 964-5441 for
additional information.
There is no charge for
spectators, and the public is
encouraged to walk the course
while watching the players.
Submitted by Buster Rahn,
Bradford County Telegraph
correspondent.


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WHALE
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they want to see, on the
biggest screen they've ever
seen," said Osgard.
He plans a grand opening
soon.

Osgard owns 37 coffee
houses in .high-rise office'
buildings, but said he was
looking for an older building
for his restaurant.,

"Older buildings have
always held a fascination for
me," he said. "We've tried to
be good stewards .of the
building during 'the
renovations. We didn't cut
corners. We're trying to make
this ,a' building that will last
another hundred years," he
said.

Any of the antique building
materials that could be
salvaged were used in the
renovation, said Osgard: The
floor of the second si.,ry was
removed to open the building
up and the removed timbers
were used to construct, the bar.


ABOVE: Wayne Murray works on the lighting. The,
second floor was removed in order to open the
Building up.
.,BELOW: Monica Ward paints some of the rehovatedA
interior of Whale Tales.


The history of the place
fascinates Osgard. He sail he
hopes to find .out as much as
he can, but the research has
only just begun. The building
was once Quigley-Davis
Hardware and Quigley Lumber
Yard,: but Osard said he has
been told it as also once a
Masonic Hall and possible. an
arnmorN.

"It has a lot of nmstique."
said ()Osard "Some people sj\
it's haunted, billi it i.s, hile\ re
S er\ happ\ ghot -."

Osgard sld the\ onginall\
hoped to open .b\ April 15. but
ran into some delays. "'An\
time \ou remodel older
buildings like this,. \ou are
ne'er quite sure 'hall you'lll
find." he said. "There hasn't
been an\ major problem, but
\\e found some things \"e
didn't epect and had to make
some changes to our plan "


ABOVE: Quigley
Lumber Yard and
Quigley Davis
-Hardware used to
stand where Whale
Tales is now.

RIGHT: Bill Goodge
sands some of the
timbers from the
removed second floor.
The renovators reused
as much of the
antique timbers as
possible.


S Os.gard said in spite of the
delay he is still \er\
enthusiastic about the project
and about tlie tI':\ n. From tlie
time he first tooi k a lAur ar,'und
I,-M ti, looking for a locallon for
his restaurant. lie said he kn%%"
this "\as the place he %anted it
to be. "If I didn't believe in
Starke. I %"ouldn'i ha\e put rn\
ionoe int' tlhe lto n J I hla\e.
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w 1 be plenty of people selling
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alEtypes.
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frgni e\otic selections like,
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trJlitional burgers for those
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The food ,court will be
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stage is located near Whale's'
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As with food, a diverse


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The entertainment schedule
for Saturday includes gospel
music from Steve and April
Caldwell from 1.0-11 a.-m.
Country singer Chelsea
Dierick will follow at lFI: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
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will perform, and No Money
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and classic rock at 4 p.m
Entertainment on Sunday
includes country bands Stone
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the Snowmen, bluegrass, band
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Bradford will host mosquito workshop on April 28


A workshop on mosquito
control will be held at the
Bradford (County Extension
Office on Saturday, April 28,
from 10 a.m. until 1 p.m.
There will hbe several guest
speakers from the University
of Florida who will make
learning about this annoying
insect fun. The truth is insects
are amazing creatures. For
their size, they oftentimes
possess the strength of comic
book characters and the way
they transform
-(metamorphosis), they are as
entertaining as a good science
fiction story. Who hasn't
marveled at how a butterfly
emerges from a cocoon? Well,
mosquitoes go through an
equally interesting
metamorphosis as well.
Program topics and invited
speakers include: "Mosquitoes
Are Cool" by Alex
Chaskopoulou from UF
Entomology, -"An Overview
of Bradford County's Buzz
Busters" by Bradford County
Extension agent Jim
DeValerio, "Mosquito
Identification Exercise" by
DeValerio, "Public Health and
the Mosquito: A Florida, USA
and Worldwide Prospective"
by Dr. Roxanne Connelly from
the Florida Medical
Entomology Laboratory, "New
Mosquito Control Equipment
and Larvicides" by Jim Barr,
Adapco Inc. and "Trapping
Mosquitoes" by Bill
Schirrmacher, who is a Buzz
Buster volunteer.
This will be an interesting
workshop for homeowners
who want to know more about
the best ways to control
mosquitoes around the house.
This workshop will also
serve as the kickoff event to
officially launch Buzz Buster
Mosquito Control 2007 in


. Bradford

Extension

Service seeks

advisory

board

members
The Bradford County
Extension Service is supported
by a partnership of federal,
state, and county resources. Its
beginnings stem from the land
grant efforts where the federal
government assists with the
transfer of university
information to local
communities.
One important aspect of the
extension service is that local
community members
participate in shaping the
programming within the
county. This is accomplished
through an advisory committee
that -represents the local
community.
As your extension agent, I
need to form an advisory board
that will work with me to;
shape and enhance
programming in my program
areas, which include
agriculture, horticulture and
community development.
If you are interesting in
serving On this advisory board,
call the extension office at
(904) 966-9224 to arrange for
an interview. There are six to
10 positions on the advisory
committee so, unfortunately,
all that apply will not be
selected.
Your participation in this
process is greatly appreciated.
Submitted by Bradford
County Extension agent Jim
De Valerio.

Keystone

Lions Club to

host poker

tournament
The Keystone Heights Lions
Club will host a Texas Hold
'Em poker tournament on
Saturday, May 12, at 6 p.m. at
the Lions Club on 915 Orchid
Ave. across from Keystone
Heights Jr.-Sr. High School.
It costs $50 to enter, with the
proceeds going toward support
of the club's programs.
This fund-raiser is being
planned as a monthly event.
For more information,
please call (352) 473-4867.


Bradford County. Who are the
Buzz Busters? The Buzz
Busters are a volunteer group
of-citizens of all ages who help
Bradford County Mosquito


Control by monitoring
mosquito populations in the
county. The Buzz Busters have
been busting mosquitoes for
four years. They are supported


by many agencies including
the Bradford Soil and Water
Conservation Board, Bradford
County Mosquito Control,
Bradford County Extension,


University of Florida-
Integrated Pest Management,
University of Florida Medical
Entomology Laboratory,
Bradford County Schools and


Boy Scouts Troop 70.
What do the Buzz Busters
do exactly'? The volunteers use

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Page 2C TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR--C-SECTION April 19, 2007


Bradford elementary schools gather for field day


RIGHT: Brittani
Goddard of
Southside
Elementary
competes in
the 800-yard
run. BELOW:
Southside
Elementary
students John
Strickland (left)
and Spencer
Williams
compete in the
400-yard run.


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sets his sights
on the rim in
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competition.


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prepares to aim and fire in an attempt to put the
football through a target.


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Mackenzie
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Southside
Elementary
prepares to put
her all into the
softball event.


Starke
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Davis (left) and
Lawtey
Community
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Atkinson sprint
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Quilting for charity, friendship .. -


BY TERESA
STONE-IRWIN
Telegraph Staff Writer
If you love quilting or have
always wanted to learn how,
then the Providence Piecers is
the club for you. These ladies
enjoy a good time of quilting,
socializing and learning new
ideas from each other.
The group has been getting
together in the Lake Butler
area for more than 10 years.
Marie Chaple, one of the
club's organizers, said they
used to meet at the Providence
Community Center and then at
Providence Baptist Church, but
really needed more room.
"And with most of us, our
eyes aren't what they used to
be and the Lulu Community
Center gives us both more
space and good lighting,"
Chaple said.
Despite their ages, the
women work rigorously with
their hands to create beautiful
works of art as well as offer
care and warmth to others in
need.
In addition to working on
their own personal projects,
the quilters combine their
skills to make premature baby
quilts and knit hats they donate
to the Ronald McDonald
House, make quilted diaper
bags for the Pregnancy Crisis
Center and make other items
for the Children's Home
Society in Lake City.


Joyce LeClair shows a quilted casserole dish cover,
a project brought to the group by Marie Chaple.


The Providence Piecers are (I-r) Marie Chaple, Loca McLeod, Dolly Davis, Sue
Hansen, Joyce LeClair, Barbara Wand, Delores Schmid, Cathy Rogers, Betty
Gillen and Barbara McKinney.


Following the aftermath of
Hurricane Katrina, the group
made and donated pillowcases
to the Catholic Charities
Foundation to help the
displaced families in the Lake
City area.
Each year, the 14-members
of the group unite and make a
special queen-sized quilt given
away during the annual Lulu
Homecoming event (scheduled


this year for May 5). For $1,
anyone can enter the drawing
for a chance to win the quilt.
Money raised is used to help
fund each year's event.'
Years ago, quilts were made
for the sole purpose of giving-
people a warm blanket to


cuddle up in. Now, they are
often seen as wall decorations
or as other decorative items
such as handbags, hot pads,
casserole covers and coasters.
The beauty of a quilt is
apparent from its outer layer
See QUILT, p. 12C


;'S .


RUBBING
At some point in your life
you're likely to find yourself
either buying or selling a home.
When that time comes, you
might want to.ask yourself some
questions.
Can I figure like an account-
ant? Can I measure like a sur-
veyor? Do I understand
"legalese" like an attorney? Can
I spot defects like an inspector?
Can I speak like an auctioneer?
Do I understand zoning, build-
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or county employee? Do I
understand human motivation
like a psychologist?
Chances are you'll be "hard
pressed to answer all those
questions with a "Yes," unless
you're a real estate professional.
Why, you ask, would an agent
be different? It has to do with
"rubbing elbows."


ELBOWS!
The daily routine of an
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estate broker or agent is an
exhausting one. During any 24
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you know the benefits of repre-
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Made with a variety of odd scrap materials and
vibrant colors, Sue Hansen named her hand-sewn
flower quilt "Goofy Garden."


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School Class of 1962 is scheduled
for Saturday, April 21, at Iron-
Wood Preserve Plantation in Live.
Oak. Dinner will be served at 7
p.m., but guests may arrived
anytime after 2 p.m. The cost of
$25 per.person may be mailed to
Barbara Blankenship Reddish.
21340 N.W. 74th Ave., Siarke, FL
32091. RSVP to Sandra Shealy
Messer, 13609 C.R. 49, Live Oak,
FL 32060, (386) 961-6643 or
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.BIRTHS


Bobby Lee Jewell
and
Magdalene Mary Ruff

_Ruff and
"jewell to wed
|April 28
Bert and Cheryl Jewell of
Lake Butler and Mary Ann
Ruff of High Springs
announce the upcoming
marriage of Bobby Lee Jewell
and Magdalene Mary Ruff.
The bride-elect is a 2003
graduate of Bell High School.
The groom-elect is a 2002
.,.graduate of Union County
;,.High School.
.: The wedding will take place
.it Spring Ridge First Church
.t'( God in High Springs at 2
.m., on Saturday, April 28,
007.
SA reception will
immediatelyy follow the
ceremony .
Family and friends are
I invited.

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k Daniel Cubbedge and
I Kayla Shadd


Shadd and
Cubbedge to
wed May 5
Kayla Shadd of Raiford and
Daniel Cubbedge of
WWorthington .Springs
,announce their upcoming
marriagee, -
f The bride-elect is the
daughter of Al and J6ann
Shadd of Raiford.
P, The groom-elect is the son
.,of Fred' Cubbedge of Lake
.Butler and LDnrnerte Plaster of
JVorthringon Sprns
The wedding is planned for
Saturday Ma\ 5. _2007. at 6
pm it the Firt Christian
Church in Lake Butler
: A reeption \%ill follow the
SFamill and friends are
'.in% ted
;,,.


Eli David Hendricks and
Blayne Edward Hendricks

Eli and Blayne
Hendricks
Wayne and Deana Hendricks
of Lake Butler announce the
birth of their twin boys, Eli
David Hendricks and Blayne
Edward Hendricks, on March
19, 2007, at North Florida
Regional Medical Center.
Eli weighed 3 pounds, 9
ounces and measured 16
inches in length. Blayne
weighed 4 pounds 6 ounces
and measured 17 inches in


Elizabeth and Joseph
Mast


Masts to
celebrate
50th wedding
anniversary
Joseph and Elizabeth Mast
will celebrate their 50th
wedding anniversary at a party
from, 2:30-5 p.m., on Sihday;
April -,29 ; 2007-: at- Brooker
-"Community Center.
The event will be hosted by
the couple's children, Sharla
Eaton and Ruth Tasga. both
from North Carolina, Rosihe
rroser and James Ma,,i boih
from Ohio, Glenda Peiersheini
from Delaware. Rhoda Miller
from Beli7e. Central America.
and Phebe Hertzler tion
Oregon One .on, Ste\en. is,
deceased.
Family and friend H are
in ited.


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Padgett
family will
have reunion
April 28
Descendants of the late
Crease and James W. Padgett
will have a reunion on
Saturday, April 28, at the Lake
Butler Community Center.
,Bring a covered dish. Lunch
will be served at approximately
12:30 p.m. Family and friends
are invited.


[WORTH NOTING
A meditation and stress control,
workshop is held every Thursday at
6:30 p.m. at the Senior Health Care
Center. Call to register (904) 782-
1069.
Do you have any concerns about
your child's development? Free
information and/or screenings arc
available for ages birth to 5 years.
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length.
Maternal grandparents are
Donald and Rebecca Bryant. of
Raiford, and Ben and Joanne
Myers of Live Oak.
Paternal grandparents are
David and Ann Hendricks of
Lake Butler and the late Mary
Idella Carter of Raiford.

Landin Feagle
Justin and Kamie Feagle of
Keystone Heights announce
the birth of their son, Landin
Michael Feagle. on Feb. 16,
2007, at Shands UF in
Gainesville.
Landin Michael weighed 8
pounds, 4 ounces and
measured 20 inches in length.
Maternal grandparents are -
Jack and Vickie Moran of
Hampton.
Maternal great-
grandparents are Lester and
Betty Dawkins of Homestead.
Paternal grandparents are
Joe and Dibble Feagle of
Keystone Heights.
Paternal great-grandparents
are Virginia Bleasdale of
Keystone Heights and James
Feagle of Alachua.


The above map displays the different zones of
Bradford County in which the "Buzz Busters,", a group
of volunteers, collect samples of mosquitoes in.


BUZZ
Continued from p. 1C


OU Miia.,u, i. o modern trapping techniques to
graduate of Camden County mo tr a ult nil
High School. He is the onitr the adult and juvenile
grandson of Dale Wiseman of mosquito populations within
C their assigned zone weekly
Chesapeak wedding will take place Va. from May to October. The
She wedding will take place trapped mosquitoes are used in
on Saturday, May 19, 2007, at tpe o ar i.
Hope Baptist Church in a ariet of water has
Theressa. Fi a large enough population of
Local invitations have been a large enoughpopulation ofit is
mosquito larvae, then it is
mailed. treated using really cool eco-
friendly insecticides. This is
cfnlin ',, .. turn 3 years old on or the most efficient way to kill
'I.rC 'pl 1p Head Startoffers mosquito populations since,
l,'iL.>nd l activities, health and once they are airborne, they
family services. To apply in Starke. are harder to hit.
call Kyle Bonesteel at (904) 964- Second, if enough adults are
8280 to set up an appointment, or collected, the county is
stop by the Starke Center, located notified about the high
at 1080 N. Pine Street, or contact population and will then go out,
ECS Resouc and Referral at and spray insecticides to kill
(904) 964-1543. To apply in Lake the flying adults.
Butler, call Alberta Hampton at.
(386) 496-2160 Third, all of the mosquito
bodies are collected and the
samples are sent to the
Cake University of Florida Medical
Entomology Lab in Vero
decorating Beach. Once there, the
information gained is used
class set to ,with other mosquito
population information from
begin, all over Florida. There are
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Wiseman to
wed May 19
Jack and Vickie Moran of
Hampton announce the
engagement and upcoming
marriage of their daughter,
Kassie Louise Moran, to
Edward Dale Wiseman.
The bride-elect is a 2006
graduate of Bradford High
School. She is the
granddaughter of Lester and
Betty Dawkins of Homestead
and the late Don and Betty
Guthrie, also of Homestead.
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of Mark and Cindy Wiseman
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many kinds of mosquitoes, and
we need to know where 'the
different kinds are in order to
. reduce the threat of mosqu'ito-
borne diseases.
The Buzz Busters are using
a pest control strategy called
Integrated Pest Management
(IPM). Using IPM means that
you collect the -most
information about the pest and
then treat in the, most
en' ironmnicllh efficient
manner.
Volunteers are needed arid
are currently being recruited
for the 2007 mosquito season.
Mosquitoes need to- be
sampled in zones. 1, 4, 5, 7, 9,
I1, 12, 13, 14 and 16 (refer to
accompanying photo).
Volunteers are also needed to
help with processing the
samples and ik n'ifing
mosquitoes.
There is no registration fee
for the workshop. Lunch will
be provided. Please call (904)
966-6224 to RSVP. This is
especially important so we
have enough educational
materials printed and food for
lunch:
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Stroemer honored for 500th win, contribution to UCHS


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staqi" i'riie'r
It was a night to say thanks
and goodbye to the team's
seniors, but Brian Tomlinson,
an assistant coach of the Union
County High School baseball
team. felt like someone else
needed to be honored too.
Just prior to the start of the
Tigers' Aprl 13 game against
Crescent City, Tomlinson said
a few words of gratitude about
head coach Terry Stroemer,
who was called onto the field
and honored with a plaque,
bearing a photo of the team,
and shown the sign that will
added to the scoreboard
designating the field as "Terry
Stroemer Field. "
Stroemer, who has been
coaching baseball for
approximately 35 years,


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
When it came time to hire a
replacement for fired head
football coach, Eddie Metcalf.
Union County High School
looked to' its' past, hiring
former assistant coach Buddy
Nobles.
Well, Union County has
'turned to its past once again,
'his time hiring former player
'ndrew Zow. to replace
Nobles, who resigned last
-nonth.
Zow, a 1997 graduate who
played quarterback and safety
for the Tigers, was named
coach, athletic director and
strength and conditioning
coach on April 10.
Union County
Superintendent of Schools
Carlton Faulk said coaching is
a role that naturally suits Zow.
Faulk said he remembers
watching Zow grow up in
Union County and how, at a
young ,age, he was mature in
his thoughts and actions.
"He's just a natural leader,"
Faulk said.
By applying for and
receiving the job, Zow and his
wife, Amebriss, will return to
their hometown.
"It's very special," Zow
said.
A call from Nobles, who
informed Zow he was
designing, began the process of
the former player applying for


reached his 500"' win on April
2. Tomlinson indicated if
Stroemer had his way, no one
would have known about the
achievement.
"For years, I never knew
how many wins he had," said
Tomlinson, a 1993 UCHS
graduate who played for
Stroemer. "He never talked
about it."
In fact, Tomlinson seemed a
little nervous before the
ceremony, saying, "To be
honest with you, he's going to
hate this."
Stroemer,. after the game,
did seem more interested in
talking about his players,
making sure to mention the
perfect game by pitcher Tyler
Osteen and the, pinch-hit,
three-run home run by Jeremy
Shuler. However, he also


Assistant coach Brian Tomlinson (right) presents
head'coach Terry Stroemer with a plaque in
recognition of 500 career wins.


his dream job-coaching his
alma mater.
"It sort of sparked me a little
bit and got my juices flowing
about coaching again," Zow
said.
He only has one year of
coaching experience-as an
assistant to Nobles in 2002-
but Zow has remained
involved with the sport, from
conducting football camps and
working with schools in
Birmingham, Ala., to doing
color commentary work as a
broadcaster (he has helped
Nobles by working with the
Union County quarterbacks on
visits back home).
Zow said he knew before'
applying the job would be
tough, but he does not feel he's,
in over his head.
Faulk is not concerned.
"He'll make up for that lack
of experience by working hard
and being smart," Faulk said.
Plus, Zow said he has many
sources to turn to for advice.
"It'll be every coach I
know," he said, alluding to his
middle school, high school and
college coaches.
Zow was a key part of the
Union County teams that won
three straight state
championships during 1994-
96. He accepted a scholarship
frofh the University of
Alabama, where he played
quarterback.
During his time at Alabama,


Aq


Union County head baseball coach Terry Stroemer
(foreground) and this year's team stand by the sign that
will adorn the field, designating it as "Terry Stroemer


appeared touched by the public
recognition, saying that is what
makes small communities
special.
"This place has been like a
family," Stroemer said.
Stroemer has also had
coaching stops at Eastside,
Newberry and Santa Fe high
schools, but Union County is
where he will wrap up a
lengthy association with the
sport. He started playing at the
age of 8 and finds himself still
involved with the sport 53
years later.
"Baseball's been my whole
life," Stroemer said.
Tomlinson said he has been
the beneficiary of those years
of experience-as a player and
a cdaich. He is in his seventh
year of coaching and said he is
still receiving valuable
information from Stroemer.
"I've been learning from
him since I was in eighth
grade," Tomlinson said.
Past UCHS players were
also on hand to honor
Stroemer, and this year's
group of players presented him
with their own gift after the
game-a signed baseball bat.


Zow went from being a starter
to being benched by former
coach Dennis Franchione.
However, Zow wrapped up his
playing career on. a positive
note: Starting quarterback
Tyler Watts was injured during
the ninth game of the 2001
season. Zow stepped in and led
his team to a win in that game,
as well as two straight wins-
including a win over hated
rival Auburn-after that to
conclude the regular season.
The Crimson Tide, with
Zow under center, would go on
to win the Independence Bowl,
defeating Iowa State 14-13.
Zow was named his team's
Player of the Game after each
game during that stretch.
When his senior year
concluded, Zow owned several
school records. As of today, he
holds the record for most
consecutive completions '(12
against Ole Miss in 2000), and
is second in six categories:

See ZOW, p. 7C


Field." Past years' players also joined in congratulating
Stroemer on a successful career, which saw him win his
500th game on April 2.


"It's a great bunch of kids,"
Stroemer said after receiving
the bat.
Union County
Superintendent of Schools
Carlton Faulk said Stroemer
has devoted a lot of time to the
baseball program, spending
hours after school and
Saturday working on the field
and complex. The baseball
complex is his love, Faulk
said.
That devotion is why
Tomlinson doesn't expect
Stroemer to simply ride off
into the sunset whenever he
deicded to retire.
"He'll always be here,"
Tomlinson said.


Senior Kyle
Parrish hugs
coach Terry
Stroemer
following the
Tigers' 10-0 win
over district
opponent
Crescent City.


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:
Office Equipment


1996 Ford 3/4T @ Utility Body
1993 Ford Ranger p/u
L-8000 Ford Garbage Truck
Vermeer Wood Chipper, Diesel
Cushman Truckster
16 Husqavarna Concrete saw
Shindiawa Commercial Trimmer
Shindiawa Commercial Edger
New Holland 918H Flaiil' power ':
Schonstedt Pipe Horn, MAC-I51Bx
Steam/Pressure Washer @ generator
And 10 HP Honda engine
Office 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


Location:.


Okidata Matrix printer
Canon AB500 typewriter
IBM Wheelwriter typewriter


Brother typewriter
Mustek 600 scanner
APC battery backup
Pitney Bowes scale
Electronic postage scale
. T~ypewrite able, small
Fax Machine


CPU, brand unknown
Shicar CPU
Calculator
SnapScan scannner
Commercial Dual Tissue Holders
3 drawer lateral file
HP Deskjet printer, 1220C
Epson Scanner, Model 3170
Computer keyboard
HP 890C printer
HP printer


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Smyth claims 3 district championships for Bradford


BY CLIFF SMELLY
/cl > luph S ill I ritLer'
Jennifer Smyth won three
championships for the
Bradford girls team at the
District 5-2A track and field
finals in St. Augustine and will
compete in a total of four
events at the Region 2 finals.
Smyth, a sophomore, won
the 400m dash and the long


Liz Wheeler earns a
third-place finish for.
Indians
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Liz Wheeler earned a
regional berth for Keystone
Heights after she placed third
in the 300m hurdles at the
District 5-2A finals on April
12 in St. Augustine.
The top four finishers in
each event will participate at
the Region 2 finals today,
April 19, at Lake Highland
Prep in Orlando. Wheeler was
the only qualifier-girl or
boy-for Keystone.
Wheeler ran a time of 53.24
seconds in the preliminaries of
the hurdles'event to qualify for
the finals. She then ran a time
of 53.23 seconds, finishing
behind St. Augustine's 'klly'
Giza (52.28) and Santa Fe's
Diamond George (52.94).
The next closest regional
qualifier for Keystone was
boys team member Greg
Taylor, who earned a pair of
sixth-place finishes in the shot
put (42'3") and discus
(109'3.5").
Wheeler's third-place finish
was one of six top 10 finishes
compiled by the girls team.
Raquel Doty-O'Kelly placed
sixth in the 1600m (6:44.84),
Rachel Huggins was seventh in
the discus (66'7"), Wheeler


ZOW
Continued from p. 6C

most offensive plays in a
career (1,020), most yardage
total offense in a career
(5,958), most pass attempts in
a career (852), most ,pass
completions in a career (459),
most passing yards in a career
(5,983) and most touchdown
passes in a career (35).
Zow was first in all of those
categories before being passed


and triple jumps. She' also
finished as district runner-up in
the 200m dash.
The top four finishers in
each event will compete at the
Region 2 finals today, April
19. at Lake Highland Prep in
Orlando. Smyth will be joined
by teammate Courtney Cragg.
who earned a third-place finish
at the District 5 meet.
In the triple jump, Smyth


was eighth in the high jump
(4'8"), Doty-O'Kelly tied for
ninth in the high jump (4'6")
and Julie Rund was 10"'h in the
1600m (7:05.56).
Other results for the
Keystone girls team were:
100m-Courtney Carroll
14.83, 15"', Jordan Leitheiser
16.01, 17"'th; 200m-Doty-
O'Kelly 30.69, 13"', Wheeler
32.59, 14"'; 1600m-Stephanie
Hoffman 9:31.68, 14th; long
jump-Carroll 14'2", 11"';
shot put-Huggins 23'4.5",
13th, Ashley Shaffer 22'5.5",
15th discus-Shaffer 43'8.5",
th
12
Danie Wheeler was the only
boys team member to join
Taylor with a top 10 finish.
Wheeler placed 10"' in the
1600m with a time of 5:33.21.
Other results for the boys
team, were: 400m-Carson
'Sailr'' :1643, 17th"'; 800m--
Michael Van Wie 2:28.26,''
12"', Paul Triest 2:51.77, 151,
John McCormick 2:55.64, 16t',
Nicholas Dorman 3:02.34,
17th; 1600m-Triest 6:26.42,
20th.


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by recent quarterback Brodie
Croyle.
He graduated from Alabama
with a bachelor's degree in
sports fitness management.
In 2002, Zow coached
quarterbacks and wide
receivers at UCHS before
moving to Alabama to pursue
a business venture.
Zow founded Andrew Zow
and Associates .Inc. on June
10, 2003. It is a corporation
that associates itself with
maunfacturers and suppliers in
the utility industry and is a


bettered runner-up Alessandra
Smolek of St. Augustine by
almost two feet. Smyth had a
jump of 33'2", while Smolek
finished with a distance of
31 '4.5".
Smyth bested another St.
Augustine athlete-Sierra
DeJesus-in the long jump.
Her best jump was 18'5",
while DeJesus finished with a
distance of 17'10.5".


Shoup is a district
runner-up for Tigers
-BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Bradon Shoup will be Union
County High School's only
representative at the Region 2-
2A track and field finals after
he captured second pla6e in the
400m dash at the District 5
meet on April 12 in St.
Augustine.
It- was St. Augustine's
Carlton Lewis who stood in
the way of Shoup and.a district
championship. Lewis captured
the 400m title with a time of
50.86 seconds, while Shoup
had a time of 51.49 seconds.
Still, by placing in the top
four, Should will advance to
the Region 2 finals at Lake
H'igh iand Prep in Orlando
"t d ,ay br"ir'l'. "' ""
Shou6p almostt earned the
chance to compete in another
event at the Region 2 finals.
He placed fifth in the triple
jump with a distance of
38'10.5". That left him trailing
the four qualifiers, who all
jumped at least 40 feet.
Other competitors for Union
County at the District 5 meet
were Daniel Rengering and
Cory Tucker. They both
competed in the discus, with
Rengering placing eighth with
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a time of 1:1)1.65 to edge out
St. Augustine's Carlotta
Smolek. who had a time of
1:06.24.
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district championships, but she
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BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Four individuals and two
relay teams qualified for the
Region 2-Class 2A track and
field finals for the Bradford
boys team, but the Tornadoes
suffered a blow when junior
Rob Harris was injured at the
District 5 meet on April 12 in
St. Augustine.
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each event at the district meet
earned regional berths. The
Region 2 meet will be held
today, April 19, at Lake


Highland Prep in Orlando.
Chuckie Covington won a
district championship for
Bradford in the 100m dash
with a time of 11.19 seconds,
but Harris pulled a hamstring
during the race.
Harris, who won the 100m
preliminaries and placed
second in the 200m
preliminaries, had a sizable
lead at the time of the injury,
Bradford coach John Loper
said.
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miss the finals of the 200m as


well.
"I just really feel for Rob,"
Loper said.
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member of the 4xl00m relay
team if he is cleared by a
doctor. The team won the
district title with a time of
42.03 seconds. Regular team
members Covington, C.J.
Covington and Jawan Jamison
were joined by Trevares Fulse,
who filled in for Harris.
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each qualified for the Region 2
meet in two events. Jamison
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of 23.26 seconds. Moore was
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5'10" and was third in the long
jump at 21'6.5".
Malcolm Moore earned third
place in the 400m with a time
of 23.26 seconds.
Both Malcolm and Markael
Moore joined C.J. Covington
and Chuckie Covington on the
4x400mn relay team, which
,placed third with a time of
3:35.15.
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qualifiers for Bradford were
C.J. ,.Covington in the 200m
(he placed sixth with a time of
23.94 seconds) and Dequone
Cooper in the triple jump (he
was sixth with a distance of
:37'2:25"). ,
Mairice Portis earned an
eighth-place finish in the high
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1I,0 l-place finishes were earned
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'00m, hurdles (49.44).
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400m with a time of 1:12.78.
Shay Wanton competed in
two events for Bradford,
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the discus (53'11") and an


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(25'7").
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Indians will

play for

softball

championship

BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Keystone Heights will be
playing for another district
championship after defeating
Pierson Taylor 10-0 in six
innings in the semifinals of the
District 6-3A tournament on
Aptil 17 in Pierson.
The Indians (12-13) will
play Interlachen for the
championship on Thursday,
April 19, at 6:30 p.m. That
game will also be at Taylor
High School in Pierson.
Keystone led 5-0 going into
the sixth inning before scoring
five runs to enforce the mercy
rule and end the game an
.inning early.
Tori Jolley drove in three
runs and finished 3-for-3 at the
plate. Jessica Knight was 2-
for-4 with a double and two
RBI, while Sam Sibley. was 3-
for-4 with two doubles, a triple
and an RBI.
Pitcher Rachel Rothwell (4-
6) earned the win for
Kesytone. She gave up just
two hits.


Tornadoes

defeat Baker

5-1 in

quarterfinals

Bradford scored all of its
runs but one in the first inning,
but that was all right, because
pitcher Kelly Riddick wasn't
giving up much to Baker
County in the Tornadoes' 5-1
win in the District 3-4A


quarterfinals on April 16 in
Glen St. Mary.
Riddick allowed just two
hits and two walks, while
striking out 10. Her effort
helped the Tornadoes keep
their season alive. Bradford
played Ridgeview in a
semifinal game this past
Tuesday (result not available at
press time). If the Tornadoes
won that game, they will play
for the championship tonight,
April 19, at 7 p.m.
Both of Baker County's hits
came in the first two innings.
The next five saw Riddick
strike out nine batters.
The four first-inning runs
were more than enough for
Riddick to work with, but
Bradford's Jessica McClellan
added to the lead late with a
solo home run over the left
field fence in the sixth inning.
All McClellan needed to hit
for the cycle was a triple. As it
was, she was a perfect 4-for-4
at the plate.
McClellan drove in the first
run of the game when she laid
down a bunt during a squeeze
play. That brought in
baserunner Brittany Durrance,
who reached base after being
hit by a pitch.
Katie Sanford put Bradford
up 2-0 when she hit an RBI
double, while two errors
allowed two more runs.
Chasity Whitaker, and
Samantha Stocker also had hits
in the first inning.
Baker County scored its lone
run in the second when Bridget
Williams led off thle inning
with a walk and scored on a
sacrifice fly.
Joining McClellan as
multiple hitters for Bradford
were Stocker (2-for-3) and
Whitaker (2-for-4).
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There will be a volunteer training
program soon, and if interested in
this important volunteer opportuni-
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7100.


Osteen is

perfect in

Tigers' 10-0

district win

"For a senior night, it
couldn't have been greater."
Union County head baseball
coach Terry Stroemer uttered
those .words in front of his
team after a game against
visiting Crescent City on April
13. What made the game so
great? Every senior got the
chance to play and one-Tyler
Osteen-pitched a perfect
game as the Tigers won 10-0
in five innings.
Osteen (3-2) struck out 1 I of
the 15 batters he faced,
including striking out the side
in both the second and third
innings. He threw 60 pitches,
45 of which were strikes.
After the game, Osteen
displayed the same modesty as
his head coach. Stroemer, who
was honored along with the
team's 12 seniors before the
game for reaching 500 career
wins, did not care much to
have the spotlight on him,
saying all the attention should
go to the players.
Likewise, Osteen deflected
credit to his teammates.
"My teammates played, a.
good game," he said. "I threw
the ball, and they made the
plays."
The seniors may have
capped the night with a win, ,
but the game was also
important in that the Tiger"'
(17-4 prior to April 17)
finished tied atop the District
6-3A standings with Kc,\s-itne
Heights, which ga'.e hlem the
chance to be the number-one..
seed in next week .- district
tournament at Ke) -.it.i itlte
Tigers wound up bcin.:- ,.i .
second seed after lo:in tga oiAf
flip on April 16). .'?''


Osteen also contributed
offensively, driving in a run
off of a single in a seven-run
second inning, that included a
three-run homer by Jeremy
Shuler.
The Tigers went up 3-0 in
the first. Darren Hall drew a
lead-off walk and Brett
Maddox was hit by a pitch.
Kaleb Windham singled, and a
subsequent error allowed two
runs to score. Wiridham scored
on a single by Ryan Liptrap.
Kyle Parrish and Amir
Jackson led off the second
with a single and double,
respectively; with Parrish
scoring on a groundout by
Zeke Scaff.
Jackson scored on a passed
ball, which was followed by a
double by Maddox, who
scored on a single by Csteen.
Windham, Union's only
multiple hitter, delivered
another single, and the Tigers
loaded the bases when Wade
McDowell and Brandon Shoup
each drew a walk. Windham
scored on a wild pitch before
Shuler capped the scoring with
a home run that cleared the
fence in right-center field.
The Tigers' 12 seniors-all
of whom got the chance to bat
and play in the game-are
Hall, Jackson, McDowell,
Maddox, Osteen, Parrish,
Shoup, Chip Clemons, Danny
,Lane, Greg Parrish, Austen
Roberts and Donny West.
"I will always remember
this night," Osteen said.
Union played West Nassau
this past Tuesday and will cap
,the regular season today, April
19, against Santa Fe at 5 p.m.
in Alachua (the Tigers'
scheduled game against,
Btuchholz on April 20 was
cancelled).

Earlier result:

UC 7 Hilliard 5
Windham had a perfect


night at the plate in .tie Tigers'
7-5 win over Hilliard on April
10 in Hilliard.
Four batters had multiple-hit
games, including' Windham,
who was 3-for-3 with a double.
He drove in one run and scored
three.
Justin Hanson was 2-for-3
with a double and three RBI.
Osteen was also 2-for-3, while
Maddox was 2-for-4 with a
double.
Roberts also hit a double.
Maddox earned the win on
the mound, improving his
record to 8-1.
Osteen pitched in relief,
earning his second save.


Lott throws

shutout for

KH in win

over Buchholz

Blake Lott shut down Class
5A Buchholz on April 12,
giving up just one hit in the
Keystone Heights baseball
team's 3-0 win in Gainesville.
Lott (8-1) gave up no walks
and struck out 13 batters as the
Indians improved to 14-7.
Buchholz failed to hit the ball
out of the infield.
"Blake threw real well.
-We're hoping he builds on
that," Keystone head coach
Alan Mattox said, alluding.to
the upcoming District 6-3A
tournament, which the Indians
will host next week.
Lott also drove in two of
Keystone's runs, including a
solo home run in the seventh
inning that capped the scoring.
The Indians scored their first
run in the third inning when
Tyson Paulk tripled and then
scored on a single by Lott.
In the fifth inning, it was
Paulk delivering the RBI,
driving in Chad Berkson, who


doubled. ...
The win was Keystone's
fifth in its last six-games. The
lone blemish during that span
was a 5-4 loss to Ridgeview on
April 10 in Orange Park.
Paulk and Tyler Richardson
each had two hits in the loss.
Keystone played Menendez
this past Monday and
Episcopal on Tuesday. The
Indians cap the regular season
tonight, April 19, against Clay
at 7 p.m. in Green Cove
Springs.


Indians,

Tigers begin

district

tourney Tues.

It came down to the fl,ip of a
coin, with the result giving the
Keystone Heights Indians the
number-one seed in next
week's District 6-3A baseball
tournament, which Keystone is
hosting.
Keystone and Union County
finished the season tied with 8-
2 district records. A coin flip
was held this past Monday to
determine which team would
be number one and which
would be number two.
Regardless of the outcome,
neither team was going to play
on the first day of the
tournament. Play begins
Monday, April 23, at 4 p.m.
with fourth seed Pierson
Taylor playing fifth seed
Matanzas. That game will be
followed by third seed
Interlachen playing sixth seed
Crescent City at 7 p.m.
The winners of those games
will play Keystone and Union
,in the semifinals on Tuesday,
April 24. Union will play the
winner between Interlachen

See DISTRICT, p. 12C


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OFFICE. 4 office spaces,
2 bathrooms, 12 parking
spaces. Located on
Cherry St. $600/mth.
Call John or Melisa at

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tuary, choir room, nursery,
multiple Sunday School
rooms and office spaces,
kitchen, fellowship hall
and 3 fenced play yards.
Recently remodeled.
Rent weekly, monthly or
longer. Call 904-472-.
6882 today.
48
Homes for Sale
FOR SALE BY OWNER- 3/
2 HOME IN
MACCLENNY. Just 20
minutes from SR16 and
the prison. Many up-
grades, must see to ap-
preciate. Asking
$165,000, reasonable of-
fers considered. Call
904-964-5017.
BRAND NEW 3/2 SITE
BUILT HOME Beautiful
1/3 acre corner lot on
paved road. Walking dis-
tance to Keystone
Heights schools. Pos-
sible owner financing
available. Call 904-458-
6197, newhouse411.
cornm.
THE TIME TO MOVE IS
" NOW! Free list of avail-


able homes. Go. to
www.LUvelnLakeButler.com.,
www.LivelnAlachua.com,
or www.LivelnNewberry.
com. campusrealty
3363900.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
HOME -2.000.sq ft. 4/2:
2 .: a. araqo -_.:re.-.e'd
ba.: p .:r 1 1 : re :
CH/A- nnTw) iconcrele
driveway, new carpet,
.new windows, washer/
dryer, gas stove; side-by-
side refrigerator, trash
compactor, newly painted
inside and out. Paved
dead end street, good
neighborhood. Asking
$260,000. Call 352-494-
6340 or 352-494-6584.
3/2 HOME ON ONE ACRE
Living room and family
room, 2 car garage, back
yard fenced, matching
building/shed with porch
on property. $185,000,
16W, 4.5 miles to 200th
St., 2nd house on left.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
LAKE HOUSE 3/2 with
pool, 5414 Loch Ness Dr.,
off CR214. Completelry.
remodeled, new kitchen.
appliances, tile and car-
pet throughout. Asking
$179,900. Open house
on Sunday, lpm-4pm.
Call 904-704-1216.
49
Mobile Homes
for Sale
1985 FLEETWOOD MO-


LAND FOR SALE

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

Susan Faulkner-O'Neal
(352) 745-1212
Jesse Gathright
(904) 545-6403

Exclusive agents for
New River Land
Development, Inc.


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of Northeast Florida,jnc.
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205 N. Temple Ave.
Starke
904] 964-5424


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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
forthousands less. Drive
a little, save a lot Locally
owned and operated
since 1998. Yarborough
Mobile Homes, 904-259-
8028.
REDUCED! NEW 2007
2100 SQ FT 5/2, $52,900.
Call 904-259-1100.
MUST BE MOVED VIN-
TAGE 2/1 WWII house,
built in 1945. 960 square
feet. Wood floors, pine &
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1997 Cadillac El Dorado

$7,988

2001 Cadillac DTS

$10,500

2002 Chevy Mente Cari

$10,500

2001VWBeCetle

$10,900-
2001 Cadillac El Dirado

$11,988

2006 Chevy Impala IS

$14,900

2006 ChevyHHR IS

$14,900
2002 Cadillac Seville

$14,988

2005 Pontlac G6

$15,900

2004 Cadillac DevIlle

$15,988

2004 Honda Accord EX

$15,988
2005 Buick Terraza

$19,900
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$24,988

2005 Chevy Corvette

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2005 Lexus GX410

$42,988

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All trades welcome.
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(352) 378-5301
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board siding Call 904-
608-5239, $15,000,
Bradford County.
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 iOX16 ADDITION.
New floors, bath, addi-
tion, kitchen with vinyl tile,
new refrigerator, furnace.
Also 10x16 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,
HOUSE MOVERS needed
for 960 square foot home.
To move from Bradford
County to Alachua
County. Will pay $5000-
$10,000 Call 904-608-
5239.
2/2 DW, 3/1 MH with room
addition on 1/2 acre. Gen-
erates $700 per month,
$35,000 for both. Call
904-699-8449.
50
For Rent
THE ORANGE HOUSE on
Orchid Avenue is for rent.
2BR/1 BA. See it Saturday
or Sunday 'from noon to
3pm. Service animals
only.
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR
RENT! COMPLETE with
CH/A, cable provided, all
utilities naid! Central loca-


lion. 10% discount on first
month's rent for senior
citizens Rooms with pri-
vate bath. $115 -$135/wk
Room without bath, $100
Laundry facilities avail-
able Close to churches,
stores' downtown shop-
ping, theatre, and more!
See Manager at the Mag-
nolia 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
Starke Apts. 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-


SPECIAL-RENT 2 & 3BR
homes, newly renovated.
Deposit required. No
pets. First month free.
Call 678-438-6828 or
678-438-2865, for more
information.
2/1 MOBILE HOME ON 1/3
ACRE. $325/mth plus
$200/dep. Pets OK. Call
352-473-2185.
FURNISHED 2BR MH, CH/
A, patio, shed, large
fenced yard. DW, very
clean, $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.
5 NEW DELUXE HOMES
Keystone area.' 3/2/2 or 3/


2/2.5, tile floors, granite
counters, fireplaces,
jacuzzi tubs, laundry
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


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


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NIOTIVATED SELLER $239.500.

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TOLL FREE: l.
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For the Best Prices & Job for ALL your tree care needs contact


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Fe River 6 years old,
beautiful 1.33 acre lot.
$550/mth. Call 386-496-
2776.
2/1 MOBILE HOME, 1
ACRE LOT, ON LITTLE
LAKE GENEVARD. Ser-
vice animals only. $525/
mth, first, last and secu-
rity. Call 352-475-3094.
3BR/2BA DW ON 1 acre.
quiet area, CH/A. covered
porch. $650 per month.
plus deposit. Call 352-
468-3221.
RENT TO OWN MOBILE
HOME LAKE BUTLER
AREA. Call 904-233-
8851.
ROOM FOR RENT WITH
SHARED BATH AND
KITCHEN. $100/wk Call
352-216-8711.
FOR RENT 4 ROOM


HOUSE WITH BATH.
Deposit plus one month
rent. Call 904-964-7895
RETIRED MILITARY SE-
NIOR with quiet outside
dog anxiously seeking
2BR rental on hard road
near Keystone. $500
range. Daytime. 904-
672-7349.
COUNTRY LIVING
TRAILER 2/1, CH/A,
very clean. $400/dep,
$550/mth. first and last
month rent required. Call
904-782-3380 or 904-
782-3367.
3BR DWMH KEYSTONE
HEIGHTS. 3/1.5 DWMH,
like new, completely re-
modeled, new kitchen
cabinets and floorings,
new bathroom, new car-
pet. Home has beautiful
10x40 front deck and


12x20 rear deck. Only
$700/mth rent plus de-
posit, wac. Call 904-571-
4264.
NICE 3/2 DWMH near
Worthington Springs in
quiet, private wooded lot.
Includes washer & dryer,
free satellite service. Ref-
erences required. $650
per month, call 386-496-
2354
FOR SALE OR LEASE -
LARGE COUNTRY
HOME 4/2. Newly reno-
vated, near Worthington
Springs, $900/mth. Call
386-496-2354.
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an additional garage, sprinkler system are only a few
of the amenities in this property.
Under $300,000
Call for a viewing: (352) 745-2273


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2-story home. Features include large
front/back porches, hardwood floors,
large kitchen, dinhis'room with
-separate lining room-and family riom.
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Hog/goat pens, fenced and cross-
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14 miles from Starke. #379,000
* MLS#322133.









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living and dining rooms, terrazzo
floors, fenced front and rear with
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52
Animals & Pets
HAPPY JACK S.ARDEX II
The odorless and grease
less way to treat mange
on dogs Use indoors,
TSC Stores. (904)368-
0051. www happyjackinc
corn
.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 choosefrom Call 904-
964-5764 for more infor-
mation.
YELLOW FEMALE LAB -
AKC. HEALTH CERTIFI-
CATE. 12 weeks old, call
386-328-3217.
QUARTER HORSE
MARE FOR SALE. Bay
Mare for sale. Serious
inquiries only Call 904-
964-4954 or 352-745-
1231. cell.
53A
Yard Sales
LARGE YARD SALE Fri &
Sat 8am til 3pm. Lots of
items. NW 200 Street. 5
miles west off SR 16. fol-
low signs.
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-
ceipt from a charitable
organization. Nominal
fee of $15.00 and up. Call
for details, 904-964-6516.
1198 E CALL ST. APRIL 19,
20 AND 21. Refrigerator,
electric stove, com-
modes, ceiling fans, fur-
niture, bicycle. Also vero
plants and more different
plants, queen and full
comforters and much
more.
YARD SALE APRIL 20
AND 21, 7am-12pm.
1023 Eastwood Dr. (be-
side Southside Elemen-
tary). Household items,
entertainment center,
washing machine, clothes
for all sizes.
53B
Keystone
Yard Sales
SATURDAY, APRIL 21.
Lots of great stuff. 6718
Autumnwood Court, just a
little off Immokalee Rd.,
follow signs, 9am-?
YARDS OF FABRIC,
BOOKS, COSTUME
JEWELRY, plants, an-
tiques, 3 piece bedroom
set. 7920 Gustafson Rd.
(off Hwy 214 or Hwy 219),
8am-12pm, Saturday
only.
MUTLI FAMILY YARD
SALE FRIDAY AND
-SATURDAY, 7am-? 7371
Gasline Rd. off Hwy 21.
Tires, baby items, clothes
(all sizes), household
items, microwave. Phone
352-745-1865.
BIG RUMMAGE SALE -
SATURDAY, 9am-2pm.
Being held at Keystone
United Methodist Church.
Something for everyone,
a little bit of everything.
Proceeds going to local
ministry.
53C
Lake Butler
Yard Sales
FOUR FAMILY YARD SALE
Men's, women's and
children's clothes (all
sizes), shoes, purses,
housewares, knick
knacks, too much to list.
Waters Rd off 100W in
Lake Butler, follow signs.
Saturday, April 21, 2007,
8am-?


FOR SALE
2 Parcels
13+ Acres in all
500 ft frontage on 301
South- Only 3110 mile
from Super Walmart.
Office
2800 sq ft Building
Mini-storage and Barn
*Ideal Location*
Call (904) 964-3827


55
Wanted
LOOKING TO BUY
PLANTED PINE TREES
Slash. loblolly, long leaf.
3-5 years old. 10 16 feel
tall We pay top dollar,
references available Call
352 494 6653
56
Antiques
REPAIR AND REFINISH-
ING OF ANTIQUE FUR-
NITURE 30 yeas 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.
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.


PLANT AND TREE SALES-
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
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.
TIMBER FOR SALE -
CYPRUS. PINE. OAK.
Call 904-964-4252.
BED KING SIZE Pillowtop
mattress and boxspring
with manufactures war-
ranty Brand new still in
plastic. Can deliver. Sell
for $170. Call 352-372-
7490.
BEDROOM SET 7 piece
Gorgeous cherry queen/
king bed. dresser, mirror,
2 mnightstands, chest
available, dovetail con-


Antique, Collectible & New Items

Fri., April 20, 7:00 p.m.

Keystone Heights Lions Club

Directions: From Keystone light, go south on SR 21 approx 1.6 miles to OrchidA venue.
Turn right, go to top of the hill. Lions Club is on the right across from the high school

Old hand bags, McCoy, Fenton, perfumes, kitchen items, prints, 1960's calender
girls, old jewelry, new 4-speed motorcycle, Precious Moments, bar stools, Coke cooler
& kid's table. Knives, rechargeable drills, lanterns, boom boxes, .new portable
generator, floor jack, John Deere golf sets, vases, knickknacks, figurenes, tools, large
standing Indian Chief doll, plus lots of other collectible dolls and lots more not listed.
Terms of auction Cash or check w/ID, Visa, or M.C., Debit card. 12% Buyer's Premium plus tax, 2% BP di ,i':.unt
w/cash or check.
Auction by KEYSTONE AUCTION SERVICE
AB#1648, Col. Ken Mitchell, AU #2225
5500 SE 3rd Ave.,'Keystone Heights, FL 32656. Call for information (352) 473-9008


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WHITE SANDS LAKE Beautiful brick 3/1.5 with fireplace,
double car garage on recreational lake. Has wood flooring in LR
and bedrooms. Kitchen has tile counters and flooring. 540 sq. ft.
cottage with wrap around deck. Great for mother-in-law.
$259,900


page www.century21 showcase.net


struction New still in
boxes Retail $6100. sac-
rifice for $1100 352-377-
9846
DINING ROOM SUITE-
beautiful cherry table, 6
chippendale chairs and
lighted hutch and buffet
Brand new still boxed.
Can deliver Retail $5800,
sacrifice $1100 352-377-
9846
BED OUEEN orthopedic
Pillowtop mattress and
box. Name brand, new in
plastic, with warrant y
Can deliver. Sacrifice
$100 Call 352-372-8588
CITRUS TREES FOR
SALE -1 gallon to 10 gal-


Ions. m noe than 30 vail
elies 9679 US Hwy 301.
Hampton. FL Call 352
468-3369 prices nego-
tiable.
MOVING MUST SELL
Solid wood Whitney piano
with storage bench, ex-
cellent shape. $300
OBO. Call 904-964-
5079.
WHIRLPOOL WASHER
AND DRYER WORKS
GREAT, matching.
Priced at $100 for the
pair. Hitachi 10" miter
saw, $50 Craftsman 10",
table saw, $100 firm,
works great. Call 904-
964-7967 or 904-769-
9368.


SMITH AND WESSON 357
GUN. $500. call 352-
235-6276
HORSE TRAILER 6X12,
DUAL AXLES. $550
OBO. Call 904-364-
3678-

59
Personal
Services
BRADFORD LIMEROCK
SALES. Limerock. crush
create, asphalt millings.
building sands, gravels,
tractor work. We haul, we
spread. Business 904-
782-3172, mobile 904-


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8686


TRACTOR WORK Bush
hog mowing, discing, box
blading CallVictor Griffis
fori estimate. 904-964-
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C lassified A ds World Wide Web doesita/a l!
www.BCTeleqraph.com [S41964-6305 .3521 473-2210 .3861 496-2261


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-
ING COMMERCIAL
AND RESIDENTIAL.
Mowing, trimming,
hedges, weeding, small
debris removal, pressure
washing. Free estimates,
one time or continual
care. Contact Marty
Johnson at 904-364-7408
or 904-964-6344.
INDIVIDUAL PSYCHO-
THERAPY, relationship
counseling. Licensed
mental health counselor,
flexible in-home counsel-
ing. Robert Christine,
M.A M. Ed. Call 352-235-
6139.
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
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.
CONCEALED WEAPONS
PERMITS. Personalfire-
arms training Individual
or groups. $50,caI 904-
263-0397.
I'M NOW ACCEPTING
CUSTOMERS for the
best house cleaner Call
352-235-6123. ask for
Miss Anna. serious calls
only
64
Business
Opportunity
LIQUOR LICENSE
Bradford County. No
transfer fee.
RealtyMasters, Realtors.
800-523-7651.
65
Help Wanted
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.


TruSmall or Large Poarcels
Supplies & Service LLC
S avWii the Sll or Without
jWeeklycleaning and maintenance on your pool
4t thr"PAoStore"coms toyouf
OWNER:CAROLITHOMPSON


















Call Glen Louroey
(352) 745-28318













T.H.E. Apartments,

922 E. Brownlee St. Starke, Florida

Newly Remodeled

2 & 3 Bedrooms Available

Rent is based iu Incomei
Water, Sewer
On-Site Laundry Facility & Play Areas
Office Open: Monday Friday 8:00 to 4:30 p.m.
Call (904) 964-7133
Voice TTYAccess 1-800-545-1833 Ext 381 -





Driveways Sidewalks
Slabs Footings

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


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.
ASSEMBLY COMPANY
LOCATED IN KEY-
STONE HEIGHTS, is ac-,
cepting applications for
1st and 2nd shift posi-
tions. Will train. Start
salary is $7.25/hi. 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.
SHOP HELP NEEDED, fi-
berglass manufacturing
and trimming will train.
Full time 40 hour week,
Apply in person at U S












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APPY A


Body Souice, 1 5 miles
South of Hampton on CR
325.
SITE CONTRACTOR
SEEKS the following
traits Heavy Equipment
Operator, Motor Grader
Operator. Job
Supernntendant, Survey
Helped. Truck Dilvers w/
CDL A or B Valid drivers
license and expedience
required Benefits Apply
within Andrews Paving.
Inc 386-462-1115.
HOUSEKEEPING EXPE-
RIENCE WORKING
WITH ELDERLY resi-
dents in retirement com-
munity. 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.



(TOWN.COUNTRY)



Service Techs Needed
for maintenance
services, brakes &
light mechanical
repair. Must have
basic mechanical
tools. We have a
training program to
advance your career.
GREAT BENEFITS
Medical & Dental Ins.
Vacation Pay
Sick Pay
Holidays
& Paid Training
No nights or Sundays

US HIwy 301 S
Starke. FPL
904-964-7200
DFWP EOE


GARFIELD'S CLEANERS
(formerly Allen's) Down from Hardee's
Positions open for Laundry Attendant
Both Stores -
Apply in Keystone 8am-3pjn
NO PHONE CALLS



( Works
Alachus;/BraditfTC A Comnrmniiun Partnerslilp
If you are looking for a job, or possibly
looking for a new career, contact the
FloridaWorks Career Center. Our new
location is 819 S. Walnut St.. Starke, FL
or visit us online at
www.tloridaworksonline.com.
If you are an employer looking to hire or
possibly looking for information on
training grants. please contact
Susan or Pam at 904-964-5278.


NOW HIRING

Shift Leaders &
Crew Members











We're looking


for people with

a taste for


success.

Apply in person 2pm 5pm
at your local Hardee's
*425 S. Temple Ave. Starke
*7401 State Road 21 Keystone Heights
EOE


Auctins
LANI) &T'riM1R AIUCI(ON.
April 23 and 24. 471.3+/- Acre'
Divided and irimber. Robeson
Couniv. Iron Horse Auction
Company. Inc., (O)rS7-.2248.
N('AL#3R16.
www.ironihorseauclion.coni
Wailerfron (ondo AC TION -
5 !2117 2BR 21A 'dock.
I elusi\'e Nohel Po int.
Pompano IBeach. I1L. Sold
Absoluc anl or alove $240Il.0KNl; -
Iroker Cooprciration
ww. fisherauction.com L.
FiherAt l'3: ABl1hI6 (SIK)331 -
f6210 \16. Sale subject o iall

Aultmniti e
$5s1)1 Policr lnpound! Ca'irs
From $S5111! ITax Repos. I1S
Marshal andIRS sale! ('ars.
Truck',. St:UV', TIbyol.is.
lHonda 1'. ( rhe' miore! I'or
lismin (Call (3)11425-17311
\23,4
Aulos" I'for Sale l donda i\ i
I '1 $71 )! Ni's i Altlrir 1t 5
$54(1' Pohee Impound i
Av lil;ih 'r Noi w! For lisin, 'ill
(Si1)366-98 IMxIl.27 I
Business Opporlunitie-
(i\o Getnl hirrcut's Cmus'\\inch
S|) rls l.\ E ry l'riuranCIIhI

c;is 'iull r;ti r inng ; d Siii rl.
I inn.iii'rie ; ;iima l;ible (rN)()iS7_-
4247 'ww S.S prl( slipon.


AI. ('CASH CANDY ROtTl'
I)o ou earn, $S'day?. 311
Machines. I'ree Candv All Ior
$ ).(5. (888)62S9-9l 68
O3(22lH 1133. CALLl['S: We will
nol he undersold!
Education
Your accredited Itigh School
Diploma in 310-day, ior less. No
clsIses. I RITI" evaluation,
wwfs,I.nish lghSchoole-con
(866IN2ti-5,1,6

Eminplointme i Serv, ices
Noice: Post Office 'osi'ilions
Now Available. Avg. Pavi
$211hour or $57K annuallIs
including Federal Benefils and
OT GetIl \our e\aim guide no\i
(S111171i 1 -'1 75'4 l.X'I.5171't
USWA Fire Req.
Financial
Rerrllaict' Niw. I" 'Itnl loo i le
Ras" arc sill Gireal! Get Oul of
ITho'e Adjuslaile' and Gel Into
i Lo Interesl Fixed Paymenl.
Need a I lome'''Thin Weive (;ol
II, Loan ('i Cll Now (8is17ii-(il.
98113 ci 4H Otr i(9'54 882-7621).
I. cI 1,tl7112Nll H.

Help Wanted
Drlier, .ASAI" 21 (CD1'
Drl\crsc Needed '36-
43(''PM $1.21' Sign-On lhonus.
11 I.ease New I Truck'Os Os 3
irisYOTR re('dU (SII)(l 35-8(ti6 l

ACO 1 I TRAVII. JOHI" No\
Shirrinul IS24 (;lkuI (i;;I[I IO i o rk
and Ir\is'l entire I SA idIL
IMrld11 lli l i rsli nIorl ll o l and
Ido&Lu hi" iwd (all lodam.


AFFORDABLE RV AND
REPAIR needs office
help/receptionist flexible
hours. Also, shop helper
some carpentry/me-
chanical ability needed.
Call Butch at 904-964-
2500 for appointment.
.PERSONAL CARE
WORKER Must have
Nurses Aide or Home
Health Aide certification.
Apply at: Suwannee River
Economic Council, Inc.,
Industrial Park 104-4 L.M
Gaines Blvd, Starke, FL
32091 or mail application
to SREC, Inc., PO Box
70, Live Oak, FL 32064.
Affirmative Action Em-
ployer. Deadline 4/30/
07. 386-362-4115. Voice/
TDD. Affirmative Action
Employer.
HANDS STARKE IS
LOOKING FOR A PART-
TIME FOOD AND NU-
TRITION ASSISTANT
Must have H/S diploma or
equivalent, excellent cus-
tomer service skills, cash
register experience re-
quired, previous institu-
tional food prep experi-
ence preferred, some


weekends required Ap-
ply at Shands Starke
Hospital. 922 E Call St .
Starke, FL 32091, 904-
368-2300.
HOME SUPPORT STAFF
TO WORK WITH devel-
opmentally disabled indi-
viduals in group homes in
Starke. Requires HSD or
GED. valid FL driver li-
cense with good driving
record $8.25, plus ben-
efits. EOE M/F/D/V. 904-
964-1468 or 904 964-
8082.
CARETAKER/HOUSE-
KEEPER WANTED -
Weekends, good pay.
Call 904-964-4680
PARTTIME TELLER-M & S
Bank is seeking PT Teller
for the Hawthorne Office
One to two years teller
experience preferred.
Heavy cash handling re-
quired. Apply at any M &
S Bank location. EOE/
AA/H/V.
JOLI CHEVEUX STYLIST
POSITIONS AVAILABLE.
Space rental, reasonable
rate. Apply within at 101
E Call St. Call for info,
904-964-5900


Teachers Needed

CDA certified

Teachers Aid Needed

40 hours Child Care Certified

Call 904-964-6722

New Beginnings

Christian Childcare Center






BERTIE
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


RECRUITER IN YOUR AREA!!
Come see us at
5310 New Kings Rd
Jacksonville, FL 32209
Monday Wednesday
Ask for Frank
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.drivecce.com


Drivers



Transport System, Inc.

Company

Up to .420 per Mile

1 Year T/T Exp.
& Good MVR Required
Per Diem Option Avail.!

Owner Operators

.900 per Mile

ALL MILES + FSC
HOME WEEKENDS
Excellent Running Lanes
No Touch Freight
Call Doug Reed Today!

1-800-587-1964

epestransport.com


Out of Area Classifieds


Starl today. (877)646-51501.
I higher pay for Florida regional
drivers! Home every weekend!
Home during Ihe week! Solid
weekly miles' 959, no ilueh!
Preplanned treighl! $.43 per
mile, hoinetime. money & more!
Heartland Express ,(81ll)441-
www. Iearlanidex press.conri.

Driver- ('IASS-A CD1.
DRIVERS- Now Iiring OTR &
local Drivers- New Fquipmcen:
(irealt Benel'ils: Premium Pa\
Package Call (akleyv'lransporl.
(877)484-31342.
I)riter DON'T J'S'I S'ARI
YOl'R (AR1I R. STARt II
RIGHTI! Company Sponsored
C(DL. raining n1 3 weeks, Mut
be 21. Have CDI(.1)1 lion
reimburctmelnt! CRSTI
(866)]l'7-277-S
Drivers -Car hauling career
GREAT IIOM "IIMI!F
Ssxcepliolla! Pma\ ellncIl
Paid Traiing' MNll I \r. Class
A ('1)1. eI res 1111
VA(;G(ONI RS IRW1(KING.
l12)'| 571-'I4,6iS OK 8 Ib )41
31174.
Dri\er it'-NUM I RNSPOR'I
netd~ ui alcild dr rs ior
Cenlltral I loridl- I local u
Narinals O.l R phMlions I oo
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COe lp seI'll, S p;I \ k iit'\
nie ned p Isirl1(e;O I Si 1
NcldI 2ta,%r, c;ip, I"mw,


Hrriiiev Fuse Rent


Homes Fm1Rent
HtID HOMES! 4BR!21BA
$1SI)/llo! SlopRentiing! 5', dsw.
20 yrs ( Sa8 APR, 51R/.31A
foreclosure $317/,mo! For
Lising (8100)36i6-9783 Ext
5853.
3BR/213A Ioreclosu re's
S31I,IHI! Onlvs $238sMo! 5',
down 211 venars ( 8, APR. iut\,
6(BR $215iMo! For lilinris
I0ll366i-QSl'783 tx5718.

Homie ForSule
PAIM IIARHOR HIOM'ES
Cerlil'ied Modular & Mobile
linme Spevcialisl. Call for
I RI:1 Color BIroihure,
(,SiI)s2'2-2S 2.

A 5'BR ilUI)' $39.900'il! Onli
$3170Mo! Woni la st! 5; down
211 s\arrs (1i 8' APR For
airlines call (81Mlll3( .07l-7S3 I \1
57(10.
41R'2HA EIoreclosurc'
$211.010011' 31R 21A $14.11111'
More Homesnt Aailabile now
Iroum S 1011 17o1 for lilin
'NSim t(]-h 7817 73 l \1 711(
Inst ruclion
IIlAV'Y I Ut1PM11 N NI
OPI RATOR TRAINING I'OR
I MI'lIOYMINI. ItallIo/, r.s
iclkhoes,. .oaders,. Dunip
I rucks,. I;rao ler St ra eicr.
I IclIsts ors,. N;Ir t I I ,I
( I i l enI;l lolll ,I ll Ph I iI Ill
A mm ICt' s \ tI ll,(sdIsT I[IIII
r cis u I i'SI)I nIr-r -
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I lea IE uipment OperalorT
('I RII1 1 1). lHands O i
Traini nI .lob Placiement
Assislsiace Call 'bll free
(IMil-1'33157. ASSOCIAfED
I'RAINING SIlRVI('CES. 5177
Iiom1 ,a Trad. I, canto.
noinda. 344i61.
AMIFRICA'S DRIVING
AtADIN'MV Start sour driving
career lIoda!' llerine course inr
('II. A. I.oIN IIniLonrI'ee,! MaIn
pa ImeIit option No
reiet'gl Irailon lI' (t1,Si 1)88 -0112111
inloiu amiricaUdn imncademi.

land nir Salte
I.ANI)A I'CflON 2(111 Props
Musl ie Sold! los i own I/-7
Financing. F1ree L Caalog
(Si6)554-31852
wwtt.I.ANI)AI(TION.coni
NRIJ In as A 25110.
Hul/iulk'A'344S.
Johnlison AU'344'.
MaukAi13447
CAROIINA MOUNl'AIN IlOP
I a ergc 4 ;isVtre sac i in hast pha s
popular,1;1 I e id mountain

Imiouns lIIIs. large public l ke aind
waiterflll ntaril. priced io sell
$7Q .5ti ISr i|)780.-8535.
Sso ('eniral I I. Prlialte (;iled
I skelmn C'ou nls,,ls\ wi i
711 ,t 'Illr l Sr 5( S tIi7 il I io 24
is ilk sir' (irs nsir II~,Is

II I.Ald I I 0,,s i l, 1 Il


BRADFORD TERRACE
HAS A POSITION for a
full time experienced floor
technician. Please apply
in person at 808 S Colley
Rd Starke, FL,
(904)964-6220 EOE,
DFE.
BRADFORD TERRACE, a
five star nursing facility, is
now hiring a RN/LPN
evening supervisor.
Please apply in person at
808 S. Colley Rd., Starke,
FL, (904)964-6220. EOE,
DFWP.


EXIT REALTY EXCEL


Acre's 311',I lo 5F0' heIlo\
market (CalI (866)152-2240). N.
12111

I jlts& Acreage
NOR'l I'IA lPROHI'IRTI'S III
io 3511 Acres darlingg at $62111)
per acre wfOwner financing.
(S(Ml)2t4-2313. em.1485 A Bar
Sales nc. 7 day, 7 i. 7p.m.
Miscellaneiuas
DIVORCES275-
S35(*(o)VIERS children., ec.
On(iv onr 'ignitiure' required!
'Excludes goer'. I'c's! Call
weekdays (80)46i2-200011111.
CrXl.60)l. (Sarin-s1pm) Alta
Divorce. I.l.C. I slabhltlisd
1977
SATI!NI) (C'1.11i(ONI.NI
I'ron Holme. *Medical.
* BtUsiress. Paralegail.
'Coim lprreI *'Crrinnl Jlusnc'
Job )placement a;isMmlint'
SConiputer pro idcd. I ianrci'al
Aid if qulalilftd. Call (Si66)858-
2121
is \\i\\\,oiil 'l ide ieTl t'IisIs io
sit

AIRLINI;S ARFI IIIRIN -
fruan Ior high pa lang A\mI;Ihllo
Maliiliilelnc' ( arier I AA
aippro'vd program' is na'cial
aid i qualified Job pliacementl
a.Msoslc'et', C'At.I, A\ialsiou
IIIqiluti of M ail telllnalct.
(iS81344-53S7.
WANITDI I) I IIOMI'S lo
Shoi Off Our N's\\ Lilchinn
I \csnor 'Paill '( ill Noi tl ,ec
I siOur holImi rqualllsc


BRADFORD TERRACE is
now accepting applica-
tions for FT 11-7 LPN &
PRN for all shifts. Please
apply in person at 808 S.
Colley Rd., Starke, FL,
(904)964-6220. EOE,
DFWP.
MAINTENANCE TECHNI-
CIAN full-time, must be
experienced in one or
more fields: A/C, plumb-
ing, framing, dry wall,
stucco, painting or tile.
Apply 9am-1pm at Park of
the Palms, 706 Palms


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.pritchetttrucking.com


Or call 1-800-808-3052


In Just 71 Days....

you can have the skills you
need to get a job as a


Dental Assistant
10-week course. Saturday only
Tuition'$2,450 Payment Plans
Call Christi (@i
Jacksonville Dental Assistant School
for info packet

904-398-3401

next class starts: June 2, 2007
Reg. hy FL Commission for
Independent Education


Circle, Keystone Heights.
PART-TIME COOK
NEEDED. Apply 9am-
1pm at Park of the Palms,
706 Palms Circle. Key-
stone Heights
CNAs/RN/LPN ALL
SHIFTS, FULL/PART
TIME. Must be depend-
able. Great benefits and
work environment Call
904-259-4873 and ask for
Sharon or apply in person
to Macclenny Nursing
and Rehab.





LAKE CITY
CIMMUN ITlY OLlit5
SENIOR STAFF
ASSISTANT
This is a secretarial position
located in tire Human
Resources office. Duties
include serving as the
receptionist for Humtan
Resources, typing, filing.
and assisting tile 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
onil 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


General
Job Fair Omega Metals & Randstad!
Wednesday, 4/25
10:00 AM 2:00 PM
6689 Shands Road
Keystone Heights. FL
Positions available are:
Welders
Machine Operators
Assemblers
Please contact: Tiffany for additional information 904.823.2:102







www.us.randstad.com EOE


business and no future


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(904) 964-EXIT

107C Edwards Road
Starke


(Sl K i)'61-8547
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Page 12C TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MOI JITOR--C-St: IIoN Apriu io, u007


Spiller named as early

player to watch for Heisman ToW


BY CLIFF SMENLLEY
T/c'ral q'h .Sta"fl 'ri ir
(C.. Spiller lH ismani
I'rophi \winner Ior the 007
college football season '
It is not lii ll considerin,
he k\ ill he just a .. .-,. .
but the Ilemson runniA g back
ha's been lised ais 1 xx w"lto
could M..i'.ir, n lmike noise in
ithe race 1
I Iciiinanpunmdit.con,
li. .r, '' season i had not
been o\ er long In i. 'I
11I n, .,,n* .il ,. listed its
top 20 licisnan Trophy
candidates '. '",',, Spiller, a
n'<00C Ulnion County High
Schol .::.i.l'... i\ was listed at
(7 (Southcrn Cal senior
quarterback John David Booty
is listed at number one).


On the Web site, it states:
'"L ike (Wisconsin running
hack PJJ,I,) Hill, Spiller is a
op homlore and therefore all
hut c\cludcd from serious
Heisman consideration.
Hox'e er, he's such a super
talent ihat it wouldn't be a
shock to see him make some
noise in the race."
In a story posted March 13
on (STV.com, Spiller told
Christ Huston, "The Heisman
would d be a great honor, and it
would mean a lot to the
school."
As a freshman running .back
at Clemson, Spiller rushed for
938 yards on 129 carries in 13
games. He had 10 touchdowns,
five 100-yard games and was a
second-team All-ACC
selection. Spiller was runner-


up for the conference's Rookie
of the Year award and was
named- ACC Rookie of the
Week following three games.
These honors came despite
the fact Spiller shared time
with junior-to-be James Davis,
who rushed for 1,219 yards on
203 carries.
In Clemson's spring game
on April 14, Spiller rushed for
35 yards on nine carries for the
Purple team, which lost 35-16.
Davis played on the Orange
team, rushing for 100 yards on
six carries, including a 65-yard
touchdown.
Clemson's season will begin
with an ESPN televised home
game against conference
opponent Florida State on
Sept. 3 at 8 p.m.


UCHS grad Alexander earns


Clemson spring award


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staif Writer
Union County High School
graduate Kevin Alexander was
one of the recipients of the
spring awards handed out. by
the Clemson University


football coaches.
Alexander, who is entering
his sophomore season, was
named Most Improved in
Strength Training among
linebackers.
The 2006 UCHS graduate


also had six tackles to. lead all
defensive players in Clemson's
spring game on April 14.
Last season, Alexander
totaled 16 tackles (10 solo).
Seven of those occurred while
playing on special teams.


BHS softball
team beats
KHHS 7-2
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer,
The Bradford softball team
scored four runs in the first
inning en route to defeating
visiting Keystone Heights 7-2
on April 12.
Bradford was able to put
several runners on in the first
inning because of walks and
errors, while getting RBI
singles from Chasity Whitaker,
Jerrica Revels and Jessica
McClellan.
A Keystone error allowed
another run to score.
Two Bradford runners that
were walked in the second
inning led to two more runs.
Whitaker drove in one with a
single and a throwing error on
the play allowed the second
run to score, putting the
Tornadoes up 6-0. "
Keystone's. Sam Sibley hit
an RBI double in the third. It
would be the Indians' only run
until the seventh inning when
Tori Jolley had an RBI single.
Bradford's seventh run came
in the fifth inning.: Tiffany
O'Neal hit a single that scored
Brittany Durrance.
McClellan and Revels each
went 2-for-3 for Bradford,
while Whitaker was 2-for-4.
Keystone was led by
Michelle Houser, who was 3-
for-4. One of her hits was a
triple to lead off the top of the
fifth inning, but the Indians
failed to bring her home.
Bradford pitcher Kelly Riddick
struck out the next two batters
before catching an infield pop-
up by Jolley to end the inning.


QUILT
Continued from p. 4C
decorations. Piecing and
patchwork is the most
coThmonly used method for

making the outside layer.
Embroidery is also used to add
more creative and personal
touches to fabrics.
The choice of colors and
patterns for quilts varies. Some
prefer a variety of bright
colors, or unique fabric strips,
or perhaps a technique called
fussy cutting, where a specific
image or motif on a fabric is
cut out (such as an animal or
flower) and used in the quilt
design.
Oftentimes, quilts are passed
down' through many
generations as a testimony of
not only the quality of the
quilt, but also the person who
made it.
For a keepsake quilt, one
can create what is called a
"crazy quilt." A crazy quilt is
usually made from a collection
of scrap fabric pieces and
patched together with no
particular pattern.
Barbara McKinney has one
such quilt that she treasures. It
is more than 100 years old,
made by a quilting group of
which her grandmother was a
member. Each of the quilters
added their own square to the
pattern and embroidered their
names, bearing the year 1905.
Chaple cherishes a family


The Indians got two hits
each from Sibley and Jessica
Knight.
Riddick. struck out seven
Keystone batters in all,
allowing seven hits and one
walk.

Keystone
drops regular
season finale
A trend of early mistakes
continued for the Keystone
Heights softball team in its
regular-season finale, a 9-1
loss to Ridgeview orr April 1"3
in Orange Park.
The Indians (11-11 prior to
,April 17)' committed three
errors, walked one batter and
hit -another in -the first .-inning,
which saw the host- Panthers
go up 3-0.
In their last three games, the
Indians have committed a total
of 10 errors in the first inning.
Keystone did not score a run
until the sixth inning. Jessica
Knight reached base by
drawing a walk and later
scored on a single by Sam
Sibley.
The .Indians had only two
hits, with Michelle Houser
getting the other.

Earlier result:

KH 13 Newberry 9
Four batters'drove in at least
two runs each as the Indians
defeated visiting Newberry 13-
9 on April 10. .
Keystone, which committed
three errors in the first inning,
fell behind 4-0, but then scored
nine straight runs, 'including
six in the third inning.
Noel Bartley, who went 2-


for-3 with three RBI, drove in
the first two runs for the
Indians with a single in the
second.
The Indians took advantage
of a couple of errors in the
third. Houser reached on. an
error and advanced to second
on another. She scored on a
single by Knight to pull the
Indians within 4-3.
Keystone took the lead when
Tori Jolley drove in two runs
with a single. Jolley scored on
a sacrifice fly by Kim Russell,
and .Ashley Altman doubled
and scored on an error.
Ryan Story capped the
scoring int third when -she-
singled to score Bartley, giving
Keystone an 8-4 lead.
Two errors following a
fourth-inning single by Jolley
allowed her to advance to
third. She scored on a single
by Russell.
The Indians scored their
final four runs in the fifth.
Bartley had an RBI double,
then scored on a single by
Story. Houser, who reached on
an error, scored on a single by
Sibley.
Houser scored the last run
on a passed ball.
Bartley, Russell and Story
were each 2-for-3, while Jolley
and Sibley were each 2-for-4.
Rachel Rothwell (3-5) was
the winning pitcher.


DISTRICT
Continued from p. 8C
and Crescent City at 4 p.m.
and Keystone will play the
winner between Pierson Taylor
and Matanzas at 7 p.m.
Tuesday's winners meet for
the championship on
Thursday, April 26, at 7 p.m.


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quilt from the 1940s that was
hand-sewn and made from
feed sacks.
The Providence Piecers meet
at 10 a.m. on the second and
third Thursday of every month
at the Lulu Community Center.
l:For more information, or to
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giveaway, please contact


Betty Gillen at (386) 752-1046
or Marie Chaple at (386) 961-
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