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Title: Union County times
Uniform Title: Union County times (Lake Butler, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Union County times
Publisher: Sprintow Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Lake Butler, Fla
Publication Date: March 27, 2008
Copyright Date: 2009
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Lake Butler (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Union County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Union -- Lake Butler
Coordinates: 30.021667 x -82.340833 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1920?
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 23, no. 35 (Dec. 21, 1934).
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Volume ID: VID00166
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School holidays
There will be no school
on Friday, March 28, due
to this being a scheduled
teacher workday.
Wednesday, April 9 is
early release day. Spring
break is the week of April
14- 18.

Fingers of Fury
& Feet of
Frenzy at UCPL
There will be a Guitar
Hero 3 tournament and
DDR open play at the
Union County Public
Library on Saturday,
March 29, from 5 -9 p.m.
Early registration will
continue through March
22 for $8 a player. After
March 22, the registration
fee is $10. There is a fee
of $3 for non-tournament
gamers.
Cash prizes will be
awarded to the first-place
winners in each level of
difficulty. Additional
prizes will be awarded for
other categories. All
proceeds will benefit the
Junior Friends of the
Library. Call (386) 496-
3432 for more
information.

Be WISE Senior
Series
Learn about the services
available to senior citizens
in Union County on
Thursday, April 3, from 10
-11 a.m. at Lake Butler
Hospital. There will be
refreshments, prizes and
more.



Project Grad
meeting
Parents of the Class of
2008 are invited to attend
a Project Grad planning
meeting on Monday,
March 31, at 6:30 p.m.
The meeting will be
held in the classroom of
Kelly Dukes at Lake
Butler Elementary School.
For more information,
please call Dukes at (386)
496-2457 or Donna
O'Hern at (386) 496-2440.

Attention
parents of pre-
schoolers
Help your pre-schooler
become a great reader at a
parent workshop
scheduled for Thursday,
April 10, at 6 p.m. in the
Lake Butler Elementary
School library.

Yard sale and
breakfast
A yard sale and pancake
breakfast sponsored by
the Lake Butler Masonic
Lodge and Eastern Star
Chapter 40 will be held on
Saturday, April. 5,
beginning at 7 a.m. at the
MaSonic Lodge on West
Main Street.


Deadline isTMonday
at 5 p.m.
125 E. Main St.,
Lake Butler 32054.
Phone:
(386) 496-2261
Fax:
(386) 496-2858.
E-mail:
uctlmes@windstream.net


Pictured are (front, I-r) Colby Elwood, Jonna Jackson, Stephanie Crosby, Marvin Brooks, Lauren Tomlinson, Olivia
Bennett, Lashae Mitchell, Emily Brown, (middle) Arica Brown, Jordan Reynolds, Megan Adams, Ariel Webb, Jordan
Windham, Skye Snyder Lee Tilton, (back) Janae Liptrap, Cody Bryan, Kenzie Jones, Barbie Baker, Tyler Hamilton and
Lillie Emmelhainz. Of the 84 members in the Union County High School FBLA, 36 of them are headed to the State
Leadership Conference in April. For a complete list of students qualifying for state, see page 4A. Photo courtesy of
Stacey Worrell.


Recent study shows health care


improvements
BY TERESA STONE-IRWIN
Times Staff Writer
In an effort to improve the Uni(
health needs of Union County
residents, between August and
November of last year, the
Union County Health Race 20(
Department partnered with the
WellFlorida Council to Nu
.conduct an assessment
identifying the most pressing Blacks
community health-needs.
Participants for six focus Whites 1
groups were recruited by
newspaper advertisement, Asian
postings at local shopping
centers, churches and Other
neighborhood bulletin boards
and word-of-mouth. A $10 UC Total
Wal-Mart gift card was issued
to each participant :at the
conclusion of each meeting.


Population
According to Dec. 2007
data, Union County's
population stood at 15,281.
The city of Lake Butler
contains 80 percent of the
county's total population.
In 2000, inmates represented
30 percent of the county's total
population (4,061 out of
13,442 total population during
that year).
The population is expected
to increase 27 percent through
2030, compared to 45 percent
for Florida. Raiford was the
fastest growing zip code in the
county through 2007, but is
expecting a decrease through
2012.
Only eight percent of the
Raiford population is under the
age of-1.8, compared to 19
percent for the county as a
whole. Union County has a
substantially higher percentage
of black residents (26 percent)
than Florida as a whole (16
percent). This is due in large
part to the high percentage of
black inmates housed in Union
County correctional facilities.
Typically, females have a
longer life expectancy in the
United States and in Florida.
Because of this phenomenon,
communities that are older
tend to have a higher
percentage of females in the
population. This is not the case
in Union County. While 51
percent of Florida residents are
females, only 34 percent of
Union County residents are
female. The percentage of


female residents is
significantly impacted by the
inmate population.
According .to the Florida
county 'Detention Facility
Average Inmate Population
Report for May 2007, males
comprised 86 percent of the
adult inmate population of
Florida. Of the correctional
facilities in Union County, less
than one percent of all inmates
were female in 2000.

Economic
characteristics
The median and per capital
incomes of Union County
Residents are substantially
lower than those of Florida.
Twenty-seven percent of
households in Union County
i have annual incomes of less
than $25,000 compared to 23
percent of households in the
state.
Seven percent of Florida
households have an annual
income of over $150,000, but
less than three percent of
Union County households fall
in that category.
Union County has a smaller
percentage of its children (15
percent) in poverty than the
state (18 percent).
The unemployment rate in
Union County is lower than
the state average. There are a
higher percentage of small
businesses (those with less
than 20 employees) in Union
County when compared to the
state.


needed for UC


on County Population b Race

Number of
07 Population Inmates Actual Residents
umber Percent Number Percent Number Percent
4,019 26% 1,776 44% 2,243 20%
0,590 69% 2,033 50% 8,557 76%
76 1% 16 1% 60 1%
596 4% 236 5% 360 3%
15,281 4,061 11,220


Birth indicators
Union County's birth rate is
lower than the state average.
Unlike the trend in the state of
Florida, the birth rate of black
residents is less than that of
white residents in the county.
Early access to prenatal care
has been declining in the
county over the last decade.
The low birth weight rate for


black residents was more than
twice that of white residents in
Union County and higher than
their black counterparts
throughout the state.
The infant mortality rate for
Union County was much lower
than that of the state between
2001 and 2005. Infant
mortality has been steadily
decreasing in Union County
over the past decade.


Spring Hat
Show March
30
On Sunday, March 30, firom
2 4 p.m., the Union County
Historical Society is
sponsoring the Spring Hat
Show at the historical
museum, located at 410 W.
Main Street in downtown Lake
Butler.
Many years ago, and
sometimes now, ladies have
enjoyed wearing a new spring
hat, especially for Easter.
Mary Crawford Lhamon, a
native of Union County, is
fortunate to have many hats
that she will be sharing and
invites all ladies and
gentlemen who wish to
display their old hats to wear
or bring them to the show.
The hats will remain on
display for the museum's
regular monthly meeting the
following night, March 31, at
7 p.m.
So far, the museum has over
40 hats to show. Everyone is
invited to share his or her hat
story during this special
occasion.


See HEALTH page 2A


Bradford County Sheriff Bob Milner made a campaign stop in Lake Butler on
March 25, to talk with residents about his candidacy for District 12 state
representative. More than 150 people attended the barbecue dinner event. Milner
(far left) is pictured with Union County Commissioner Karen Cossey, Supervisor
of Elections Debbie Osborne, Sheriff Jerry Whitehead, Marvin Pritchett and
Avery Roberts.


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This


School holidays
. There will be no school
on Friday, March 28, due
to this being a scheduled
teacher workday.
Wednesday, April 9 is
early release day. Spring
break is the week of April
14- 18.

Fingers of Fury
& Feet of
Frenzy at UCPL
There will be a Guitar
Hero 3 tournament and
DDR open play at the
Union County Public
Library on Saturday,
March 29, from 5 9 p.m.
Early registration will
continue through March
22 for $8 a player. After
March 22, the registration
fee is $10. There is a fee
of $3 for non-tournament
gamers.
Cash prizes will be
awarded to the first-place
winners in each level of
difficulty. Additional
prizes will be awarded for
other categories. All
proceeds will benefit the
Junior Friends of the
Library. Call (386) 496-
3432 for more
information.

Be WISE Senior
Series
Learn about the services
available to senior citizens
in Union County .on
Thursday, April 3, from 10
-11 a.m. at Lake Butler
Hospital; There will be
refreshments, prizes and
more.



Project Grad
meeting
Parents of the Class of
2008 are invited to attend
a Project Grad planning
meeting on Monday,
March 31, at 6:30 p.m.
The meeting will be
held in the classroom of
Kelly Dukes at Lake
Butler Elementary School.
For more information,
please call Dukes at (386)
496-2457 or Donna
O'Hern at (386) 496-2440.

Attention
parents of pre-
schoolers
Help your pre-schooler
become a great reader at a
parent workshop
scheduled for Thursday,
April 10, at 6 p.m. in the
Lake Butler Elementary
School library.

Yard sale and
breakfast
A yard sale and pancake
breakfast sponsored by
the Lake Butler Masonic
Lodge and Eastern Star
Chapter 40 will be held on
Saturday, April 5,
beginning at 7 a.m. at the
Masonic Lodge on West
Main Street.


Deadline islMonday
at 5 p.m.
125 E. Main St.,
Lake Butler 32054.
Phone:
(386) 496-2261
Fax:
(386) 496-2858.
E-mail:
uctimes@windstream.net


Pictured are (front, I-r) Colby Elwood, Jonna Jackson, Stephanie Crosby, Marvin Brooks, Lauren Tomlinson, Olivia
Bennett, Lashae Mitchell, Emily Brown, (middle) Arica Brown, Jordan Reynolds Megan Adams, Ariel Webb, Jordan
Windham, Skye Snyder Lee Tilton, (back) Janae Liptrap, Cody Bryan, Kenzie Jones, Barbie Baker, Tyler Hamilton and
Lillie Emmelhainz. Of the 84 members in the Union County High School FBLA, 36 of them are headed to the State
Leadership Conference in April. For a complete list of students qualifying for state, see page 4A. Photo courtesy of
Stacey Worrell.


Recent study shows health care


improvements needed for UC


BY TERESA STONE-IRWIN
Times Staff Writer
In an effort to improve the
health needs of Union County
residents, between August and
November of last year, the
Union County Health
Department partnered with the
WellFlorida Council to
.conduct an assessment
identifying the most pressing
community health needs.
Participants for six focus
groups were recruited by
newspaper advertisement,
postings at local shopping
centers, churches and
neighborhood bulletin boards
and word-of-mouth. A $10-
Wal-Mart gift card was issued
to each participant .at the
conclusion of each meeting.

Population
According to Dec. 2007
data, Union County's
population stood at 15,281.
The city of Lake Butler
contains 80 percent of the
county's total population.
In 2000, inmates represented
30 percent of the county's total
population (4,061 out of
13,442 total population during
that year).
The population is expected
to increase 27 percent through
2030, compared to 45 percent
for Florida. Raiford was the
fastest growing zip code in the
county through 2007, but is
expecting a decrease through
2012.
Only eight percent of the
Raiford population is under the
age of 18, compared to 19
percent for the county as a
whole. Union County has a
substantially higher percentage
of black residents (26 percent)
than Florida as a whole (16
percent). This is due in large
part to the high percentage of
black inmates housed in Union
County correctional facilities.
Typically, females have a
longer life expectancy in the
United States and in Florida.
Because of this phenomenon,
communities that are older
tend to have a higher
percentage of females in the
population. This is not the case
in Union County. While 51
percent of Florida residents are
females, only 34 percent of
Union County residents are
female. The percentage of


Union County Population b Race

Number of
Race 2007 Population Inmates Actual Residents
Number Percent Number Percent Number Percent
Blacks 4,019 26% 1,776 44% 2,243 20%
Whites 10,590 69% 2,033 50% 8,557 76%
Asian 76 1% 16 1% 60 1%
Other 596 4% 236 5% 360 3%
UC Total 15,281 4,061 11,220


Birth indicators
union County's birth rate is
lower than the state average.
Unlike the trend in the state of
Florida, the birth rate of black
residents is less than that of
white residents in the county.
Early access to prenatal care
has been declining in the
county over the last decade.
The low birth weight rate for


female residents is
significantly impacted by the
inmate population.
According to the Florida
county' Detention Facility
Average Inmate Population
Report fof May 2007, males
comprised 86 percent of the
adult inmate population of
Florida. Of the correctional
facilities in Union County, less
than one percent of all inmates
were female in 2000.

Economic
characteristics
The median and per capital
incomes of Union County
Residents are substantially
lower than those of Florida.
Twenty-seven percent of
households in Union County
i have annual incomes of less
than $25,000 compared to 23
percent of households in the
state.
Seven percent of Florida
households have an annual
income of over $150,000, but
less than three percent of
Union County households fall
in that category.
Union County has a smaller
percentage of its children (15
percent) in poverty than the
state (18 percent).
The unemployment rate in
Union County is lower than
the state average. There are a
higher percentage of small
businesses (those with less
than 20 employees) in Union
County when compared to the
state.


black residents was more than
twice that of white residents in
Union County and higher than
their black counterparts
throughout the state.
The infant mortality rate for
Union County was much lower
than that of the state between
2001 and 2005. Infant
mortality has been steadily:
decreasing in Union Co.unty
over the past decade.


Spring Hat
Show March
30
On Sunday, March 30, from
2 4 p.m., the Union County
Historical Society is
sponsoring the Spring Hat
Show at the historical
museum, located at 410 W.
Main Street in downtown Lake
Butler.
Many years ago, and
sometimes now, ladies have
enjoyed wearing a new spring
hat, especially for Easter.
Mary Crawford Lhamon, a
native of Union County, is
fortunate to have many hats
that she will be sharing and
invites all ladies and
gentlemen who wish to
display their old hats to wear
or bring them to the show.
The hats will remain on
display for the museum's
regular monthly meeting the
following night, March 31, at
7 p.m.
So far, the museum has over
40 hats to show. Everyone is
invited to share his or her hat
story during this special
occasion.


See HEALTH page 2A


Bradford County Sheriff Bob Milner made a campaign stop in Lake Butler on
March 25, to talk with residents about his candidacy for District 12 state
representative. More than 150 people attended the barbecue dinner event. Milner
(far left) is pictured with Union County Commissioner Karen Cossey, Supervisor
of Elections Debbie Osborne, Sheriff Jerry Whitehead, Marvin Pritchett and
Avery Roberts.


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Page 2A UNION COUNTY TIMES March 27, 2008


HEALTH
Continued from p. 1A
The teen birth rates in Union
County were higher than the
state average between 2001
and 2005, and the black teen
birth rate was nearly triple that
of white teens in the county.
Teen birth rates and repeated
teen birth rates are higher in
Union County than the state
average. Teen birth rates for
blacks in Union County are
nearly triple that of white teens
in.the county.


Health status
The assessment of the
mortality and morbidity of
Union County residents
enables the community to
identify specific health
indicators resulting in early
death or unnecessary
hospitalization.
There are an average of 163
deaths) each year in the
county. Cancer is the leading
cause of death in Union
County resulting in an average
of 50 deaths per year followed
by heart disease, with an
average of 33 deaths per year.
When adjusted for age, Union
County residents have higher
average annual mortality rates
than the state for all 10 leading
causes of death.
Most likely impacted by the
inmate population, the average
annual age-adjusted mortality
rate for HIV and liver disease
is more than four times higher
in Union County than in the
state.
The disparity between white
and black resident for diabetes
and HIV are more favorable in
Union County than if Florida a
whole. Hypertension among
black residents is 33 times
higher than that of white
residents in the county.

Hospitalization
data
The leading cause of
hospitalization in Union
County and in Florida between
2004 and 2006 was for being a
normal newborn followed by


Esophagitis, gastroenteritis the last six years. The county's
and other miscellaneous dropout rates have been lower
digestive disorders as well as than those of the state since
chest pain and simple 2000.
pneumonia and pleurisy Only 12 percent of residents
rounded out the top five causes have achieved a college degree
of hospitalization in Union compared to 29 percent of
County. residents in the state.
For children age 0-17, four
of the top five leading causes
of hospitalization are related to Health resources
birth and related
complications, followed by availability
bronchitis and asthma. This section addresses the
For adults over the age of availability of healthcare
65, simple pneumonia, heart resources to the residents of
failure and shock are the Union County. Without an
leading causes of adequate supply of healthcare
hospitalization. facilities, providers and
In 2006, there was an services, maintaining good
average of 18 avoidable health status is a daunting
hospitalizations per 1,000 in challenge. Fewer facilities,
Union County. This rate was providers and services means
higher than the avoidable diminished opportunity to
hospitalization for the state (14 obtain healthcare in a timely
per 1,000). fashion.
.Union County was
designated as a medically C
Mental health underserved area by the federal v
t government in 1978. The low-
indicator data income population has been
Suicide rates in Union designated a health
County are slightly higher than professional shortage area by
the state average. The. suicide the federal government for
rate for white residents is primary medical care.
approximately two times The low-income/immigrant
higher than black residents. worker population and the
The county rates for domestic Reception and Medical Center
violence have been much have been designated by the
lower than the rates for the federal governments as a
state and have continued to health professional shortage
decrease since 2003. area for dental care. All of the
The rate of hospitalizations correctional institutions in
due to mental health issues in Union county along with the
Union County was lower thar county itself have been
the state between 2002 anc designated a mental health
2006. Although that rat( professional shortage area.
peaked in 2004, they have
decreased since that time and
are at the lowest since 2002. The rate of licensed
Between 2001 an 2005, Baker medical and osteopathic
Act initiations were lower in doctors in .the county is less
Union county than in the state, than one-third that of the state


Education
Twenty-eight percent of
Union County residents age 25
or older do not have a high
school diploma compared to
slightly more than.20 percent
for Florida.
However, the high school
graduation rates in Union
County have been higher than
the state of Florida for four of


average.
In 2007, there were more-
than 3,000 non-elderly
uninsured people in Union
County. Between 2002 and
2006, the eligible Medicaid
population in Union County
remained fairly stable while
the total population increased.
As of Dec. 31, 2006, there
were 1,862 residents deemed
Medicaid eligible.
Home and community-based
services accounted for 21


Graduation and Drop-out Percentage Rates
[0Florida DUnion County


)ata compiled between 2001-2005 show an average of 123.4 annual deaths among the
white race in Union County.


Leading Causes of Death Among Black
Population in Union County, 2001-05


Liver
Nephritia
Diabetes
Unintentional Injury
Influenza & Pneumonia
Hypertension
Stroke
HIV
Heart
Cancer


230.6


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* 12


112.4


Cancer

Heart

Viral Hepatitis

HIV

Liver

Unintentional Injury


Homicide


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Rates are likely impacted by the number of Inmates in Union County.


VFW patriotic art
contest under way
The Ladies Auxiliary of the
Lake Butler VFW Post 10082
is now accepting entries for the
patriotic art contest, which is
open to Union County students
in grades 9-12. This year's
theme is based on a positive
depiction of a patriotic scene.
Entries must be received no
later-than March 31. Winners
will receive a monetary award
from the local VFW and have
the opportunity to receive up
to a $10,000 scholarship on the
national level.
To receive further
information or an application
form, please call Annie
Pittman at (386) 496-1140
(evenings only).


"Go confidently in the direction
of your dreams. Live the life you
have imagined."
Henry David Thoreau
"I have great faith in fools -
self confidence my friends call
it. "
Edgar Allan Poe


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According to the 2001-2005 data, there are an average of 5.8 deaths among the Hispanic
race each year.


percent of Medicaid
expenditures in Union County
compared to 9 percent in the
state of Florida.
Prescription drugs accounted
for nearly 22 percent of all
Medicaid expenditures in
Union County compared to
only 8.7 percent for all of
Florida. As of June 2006, there
were no Medicaid or Medicare
HMO facilities in Union


County. Six of Florida's 36
HMOs enroll Union County
residents.

Community input
The perspective and voices
of residents is essential when
assessing the healthcare needs
of any community.
For this study, there were six
focus groups with community
members based on


7he cate and we~tl6ein5 o


demographic or economic
criteria.
One group consisted of
senior citizens, one of
correctional employees,
another of low
income/working population,
two groups of African
Americans (one focusing on

See INPUT page 3A


You, elders


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Living Facility


0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14
Rates are likely impacted by the number of inmates in Union County.


There are an average of 39 deaths among the black race each year in Union County.


Leading Causes of Death Among Hispanic
Population in Union County, 2001-05
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Union County's average percentage graduation rate has been higher than the state 4 out of 5 years.


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INPUT
Continued from p. 2A
rural residents and the other on
Lake Butler residents) and one
group of Hispanics.

African American
group findings
The African American rural
group participants commented
that Lake Butler Hospital did
not meet their health
information needs, primarily
due to not being treated well
b-y staff and having to wait a
long time for services. Some
suggested these barriers might
be because of racial
background or their ability to
pay for services. Both African
,-American and the low-
income/working poor
discussed that the support
received is based on whether
the person you are trying to
access services from knows
you or your family. Those that
are not known are less likely to
receive help or support.
They also identified
potential issues regarding the
confidentiality of health
information when receiving
services at the Union County
Health Department.

Low-income group
findings
The primary issue of
concern for the low-
income/working population
group is the need for
affordable health insurance.
Group participants discussed
the difficult decisions they face
regarding their health because
they do not have the means to
pay for the needed services.
They expressed frustration in
not qualifying for public
assistance programs based on
their income, but not being
able to afford the services they
need.
Also expressed was a desire
to be treated in the same way
as those who have insurance or
can pay for their services.

Correctional
employee group
findings

The correctional employee
group recognized a lack of
local specialist providers in the
county, but indicate they can
easily access the services they
need in neighboring counties.
It is felt that employer
insurance is a great health
benefit and the correctional
institutions recognize the
importance of health and
wellness, and providing
opportunities to engage in
healthy activities at the
worksite (e.g. health fairs).
They acknowledge the use
of smokeless tobacco among
male employees as a primary
health issue.

Senior citizen
group findings
The primary issues of
concern for the senior citizen
group are the lack of
information about health and
healthcare services along with
a limited number of specialist
providers available within the
county.
Traveling outside the county
for services is problematic for
many senior citizens. One
group participant commented
that A&A Transport take
people, but sometimes you
have to be in Gainesville for
four or five hours.
They discussed a need for
recreation and exercise
activities in the community.


What can be done
to address
healthcare needs?
All group participants were
asked to share suggestions
about what could be done to
address the healthcare needs in
Union County.
Some suggestions included:
offer affordable health
insurance, provide health
screenings and basic education
at community events, increase
patrol and enforcement of
substance abuse, explore
opportunities for grants to
bring services to the area and
provide safe and year round
opportunities for recreation
and socialization for the
children.
One participant stated that
when they were growing up,
there was a skating rink and a
movie theatre. Now kids have
to go to another county to do
anything, and going to
Gainesville is not a safe place
for kids at night.
Health insurance and the
cost of services is something
that continues to impact the
ability to receive needed health
care services.


Floyd

announces

candidacy for

city
commissioner,


District 2

(The following
announcement of the
to run for office
candidate.)


is an
intention
by the


My dearest hometown
friends and neighbors, it is
with great joy that I announce
my candidacy for District 2
city commissioner 6f. Lake
Butler. My name is Charles D.
Floyd,better known as Chuck.


Chuck Floyd


In 2003, I returned home to
Lake Butler, putting the words,
"There is no place like home,"
deep in my heart. I was born
in Union County on Oct. 27,
1945, at Raiford Florida State
Prison Hospital.
My parents are Charles D.
Floyd of Lake Butler and
Jeannette Waters of
Worthington Springs. My
father was a lifelong resident
of Lake Butler and worked for
the Florida Game Commission
and for Sheriff John
Whitehead as a radio
dispatcher.
My paternal grandparents
are Charles J. and Olive B.
Floyd. Many may remember
them as the owners of Floyd's
Meat Market. My grandmother
was a homemaker and also an
elementary teacher.
I spent my early years here
in Lake Butler, attending
elementary school in my.
hometown. I graduated from
high school in 1963 in
Lakeland. Shortly thereafter, I
served in the United States Air
Force during the Vietnam era,
based mainly in the Pacific
Northwest. During my Air
Force career, I started college.


CHURCH NEWS




God's Love &
Healing Ministry
God's Love & Healing
Ministry invites everyone to
come out and celel rate the
Lord with them on Friday,
March 28, at 7:30 pi.m. and
again on Saturday, March 29 at
6 p.m. The church is located
off Waldo Road in Gainesville
at 1899 NE 23 Ave. If you
need further information,
please contact Pastor Beatrice
Belford at (352) 5.14-2867.


graduating in 1974 with a
degree in business \\hile living
in San Diego.
I worked for the
communication industry
selling pagers and beepers
during the early car phone era.
Later I worked as an account
specialist for Pacific
Telephone and retired from
AT&T as an account executive
in 1984.
Since returning home to
Lake Butler in 2003, I have
enjoyed being a part of and
serving my community. I also
enjoy gardening, working in
my yard and cooking.
I belong to the American
Legion Post of Lake Butler
and the Union County
Historical Society, and I work
as a poll worker for the Union
County Supervisor ; of
Elections Office.
I am a member of the First
United Methodist Church of
Lake Butler and serve on
several committees. My life
has been transformed since I
became a Christian, and the
Lord has granted me a servant
heart, not just for my church
and church family, but also for
my community. I feel blessed
when able to cook a meal, help
a friend and minister to those
in need. Retirement affords me
time to serve those around this
community.
It is, my desire to serve as
your District 2 city
commissioner. If elected, I
hope to bring fresh, new ideas
to our city. I will be dedicated
and devoted to the people of
Lake Butler.
Some goals as city
commissioner are as follows:
Listen and serve the people
of Lake Butler with an honest
and active voice;
Confer about new ideas for
controlled growth and change;
Pursue fresh new ideas for
nursing home, assisted living
and rehabilitation facilities;
Promote services and
discounts for the elderly and to
the poverty stricken;
Be an activist for a clean and
drug free community;
Promote more recreational
facilities for our youth;
Stress productivity and
accountability within the city
offices;
Maintain an open door
policy to the people of Lake
Butler.
It is my prayer to serve my
hometown with integrity and
satisfaction to the best of my
ability, Let us all take to heart,
there is no place like home,
and home is where the heart is.


New River NC
Methodist Church
gospel sing &
supper
On Saturday, March 29,
New River NC Methodist
Church, located on C.R.125 in
Union County, will host a
gospel sing and fried chicken
supper. The meal will be
served at 5:30 p.m. followed
by the singing at 7 p.m.
The featured group will be
the Backwood Boys from
Starke. Everyone is invited to
attend an evening of Southern
Gospel singing and good food
that will be enjoyed by all. For
more information call (386)
431-1536 or (904) 964-3583.


There will be NEW AD DEADLINES
starting on Monday, Jan. 21, 2008 for
the Bradford County Telegraph, Union
County Times & Lake Region Monitor.


Classifieds
Legals
Retail
Specialty ads
Socials include:


12Noon Tuesday


5 p.m.
5 p.m.
5 p.m.
5p.m.


Monday
Monday
Monday
Monday


I (Birthday ads., births, church, community, etc.
Call ahead for reservations!
(904) 964-6305 phone
(904) 964-8628 fax
Ads E-mailed to: ads@bctelegraph.com
Socials: socials@bctelegraph.com


Sales:


darlene@bctelegraph.com
kevin @bctelegraph.con


Classifieds: classads@bctelgraph.com
Legals: legals @bctelegraph.com
**E-mailed or faxed is the easiest, fastest. &

preferred method of submission**

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Christmas to

run for

District 1

county
commissioner


(The following
announcement of the
to run for office
candidate.)


is an
intention
by the


I am Stephanie Hendricks
Christmas, announcing my
Candidacy for county
commissioner, District 1.
Many of you may know me as
the daughter of Stephen and
JoAnn Hendricks, and the
granddaughter of Bryan and
Jeanette Hendricks. I am
married to Daniel Christmas
and we have three children:
Elizabeth, Macy and Evan. We
are members of the Lake
Butler Church of Christ.
Growing up in Union
County, out of high school I
attended college while
working on the family farm. In
my early 20's, I-took a job
working for the Marion
County engineering
department as a project
manager and then moved on to
the St. Johns River Water
Management District public


Whitehead

seeks re-

election as

sheriff


(The following
announcement of the
to run for office
candidate.)


It gives me great pleasure to
announce my candidacy for re-
election as sheriff of Union
County.'
I have served the citizens of
Union County as Sheriff since
1985. A fourth-generation
Union County resident, I
attended our local schools,
starting with Lake Butler
Elementary and going through
the law enforcement academy
at Lake City Community
College.
I have been married to
Tammy Watson since 1997
and I have five children: Matt,
Brad, Chelsea, Jake and Jack. I
am a lifetime member of the
First Christian Church of Lake
Butler.
I served as president of the
Florida Sheriff's Association
in 1991 after having served as
secretary, treasurer and vice-
president and I am a past-
president of the Lake Butler
Rotary Club.
It was my honor to receive
the Distinguished Service
Award from the Florida
Council on Crime and
Delinquency. I have also been
honored by the Florida House
of Representatives and was
appointed by Gov. Lawton
Chiles to serve on the Criminal
Justice Standards and Training
Commission from 1993 to
2001. While on this
commission, we set the
standards and ethics for all law
enforcement and correctional
officers throughout the state.


Stephanie Hendricks
Christmas


works department. Working
with these two government
agencies confirmed my desire
to be 'involved in local
government. When Danny and
I started our family, we both
knew it was time to come
home to raise our children.
Currently, we both operate my
family's local sod business.
As a child growing up in
Union County, I was oblivious
to the benefits of being a part
of this community, and now,
with my knowledge and
experience, I appreciate our
small town more than I could
have ever imagined.
I have a sense of honor and
pride in this community that
words cannot express. This is
the place where many.


Since 2001, 1 have served on
the Hunt Insurance Board,
where I review high liability
cases involving police pursuits
and lawsuits for law
enforcement agencies


is an
intention
by the


Jerry Whitehead


throughout Florida. I am also
currently serving on the board
of Directors of the Florida
Sheriff's Association. I have
partnered with our local
schools to help keep our
children safe. I am a graduate
of the FBI National Academy
and have received training in
many aspects of law
enforcement.
I believe in making myself
available to all citizens and
have always maintained an
open-door policy,' whereby


generations before us have
lived and worked, and now our
children will carry on our
traditions. Over the past 10
years, progress and growth
have moved toward our
community and our elected
leadership has done a superb
job in managing that growth,
but it is not over yet.
As I have learned through
my experience with other
governmental agencies, growth
will continue to come and
planning is a never-ending
battle. While growth is
necessary for our community
to be prosperous, it is also
what could destroy the
traditions and heritage that we
all work so hard to maintain.
During these strained
economic times, tough
decisions will have to be made
and I believe I possess the
strength, knowledge, energy
and passion to make the
decisions that are in the best
interest of this county.
I would be honored to have
the opportunity to preside on
the board and assist in
protecting the community
where we live. It is for these
reasons that I am seeking this
seat. If elected, I will serve
this community with honor and
integrity, keeping your needs
my top priority.


anyone can express their
thoughts, ideas or suggestions.
I am dedicated to Union
County and serving our
citizens with pride,
professionalism and presence.
I have pride in myself, my
community and my department
to include all of our deputies,
correctional officers,
dispatchers and staff. I believe
in professionalism in the way I
run my department with
integrity and the professional
standards expected of law
enforcement officers.
I .believe in a strong law
enforcement presence in our
community. Our department is
pro-active and responds to the
needs of our citizens to keep
everyone safe and protected. I
look forward to the
opportunity to continue to
make Union County the safest
place possible to work, live
and raise a family. I ask for
your vote and support for re-
election as sheriff of Union
County.
Thank you,
Jerry Whitehead


Public Notice City of Lake Butler
The City of Lake Butler Board of Adjustment shall
hold a Public Hearing on Monday, April 14, 2008 at
5:15 p.m at City Hall, 200 SW 1st Street, Lake Butler.
The purpose of the Public Hearing is to hear
comments regarding the restoration of a non-
conforming use (business/professional office) in a
Residential Single Family -Two (RSF-2) zoning
district at 305 SW 4th Avenue, Lake Butler, Florida.
Application materials are available for review at the
office of the City Manager/ City Clerk at City Hall.
John D. Berchtold
City Manager


What if you had

one month to live?


.IV
LIKEYOU ERE
.D IG


If you got word today that you only had 30 days to live,
how would your life change?
How would God want you to live your last month?
How would it impact your relationships?
Would you prepare for eternity?
What would you do that you've never done before?

LIVE LIKE YOU WERE DYINGTM is a 30-day church-wide campaign
inspired by the Grammy award-winning song recorded by Tim
McGraw that has touched millions. Please join us this Sunday,
March 30th, and through April as we pause to reflect on
what really matters most.

First Christian Church
155 NW 1st Street, Lake Butler
386.496.3956
www.firstchristianfamily.org

Sunday'School- 9:30AM. Worship 10:30 AM I Wed. 6:30 PM


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Preschool
screenings at
LBES April 25
Appointments can now be
scheduled for free preschool
screenings for children
between the ages of 3 and 4
1/2 years old. Appointment
hours are 9 a.m. 3 p.m.
Parents can receive
information about the
voluntary pre-K program at the
screening. If you plan to sign
up for VPK, please bring your
child's birth certificate and
,your Social Security card, ID
and proof of residence. For
more information or to register
your child for a screening,
'please call Tricia Ranard at
(386) 496-3047.
Please note this screening is
not for children entering
kindergarten in 2008.

Summer VPK
program
If your child wilJ be entering
kindergarten this fall, there is a
summer voluntary pre-
kindergarten program for
children who will turn five-
years-old on or before
September 1, 2008.
If your child participated in
the VPK program at any of the
following locations, they are
not eligible for the summer
program: Little Rainbows
Learning Center, Tiger's Den
or Lake Butler Elementary
School.
Please call Trish Ranard at
(386) 496-3047 for more
details.

Children's Day
event
The Early Learning
Coalition is sponsoring
Children's Day on .Friday,


March 28, from 9:30 a.m. -
1:30 p.m. in Lake City.
There will be food, games,
activities and entertainment for
children as well as community
awareness booths. The event
will be in the Westfield Square
near TCBY at 484 S.W,
Commerce Drive.

Road alerts for
Union County
Expect daytime lane
closures on S.R. 16 as inmate
crews repaint the roadway
markings in front of the Union
Correctional Institution.
Also, expect to see daytime
lane closures along S.R. 100 as
inmate crews repaint the
roadway markings from the
Bradford County line to the
Columbia County line.
The day after Easter marks
the migration of our Northern
visitors, fondly known as
snowbirds, back to the North
from Central and South
Florida. Motorists should be
aware of increased traffic
volumes on major north-south
routes such as Interstates 75,
95 and U.S. 19 and 301.
Practice courtesy when driving
and don't let slower vehicles
or drivers "drive you over the
edge."

Summer camp for
health care
students
Suwannee River' AHEC is
now accepting applications for
Health Care Summer Institute
2008. HCSI is a four-week
residential camp held at the
University of Florida for
students who are interested in
pursuing a career in health
care. The camp dates are June
22-July 19.
HCSI is open to students
who are underrepresented in
health professions, including
rural, African-American and


Hispanic students. To be
eligible, you must be a high
school junior or senior with an
expected graduation year of
2009 or 2010 and be an
underrepresented minority,
rural or disadvantaged student
with a minimum 2.5 GPA.
There is a competitive
application process that
requires letters of
recommendation and a
personal statement.
This institute is made
possible through the
collaborative efforts of the
Office of Minority Affairs at
the University of Florida's
College of Medicine, Shands
Hospital, Big Bend AHEC and
the Northeast Florida AHEC.
For more information, please
call Kimberly at Suwannee
River AHEC at (386)' 462-
1551, ext. 104, or visit
www.me.ed.u.edu/oma/hcsi.sht
ml. The application deadline is
April 18.


Live Oak
workshop on
grass-fed meats
To help introduce consumers
to the world of grass-fed
meats, Full Circle Farm will be
hosting expert Dr. Shannon
Hayes, farmer and author of
"The Grassfed Gourmet and
The Farmer and the Grill" for a
full-day workshop featuring a
grass-fed grilling
demonstration, meat tasting
and lecture examining the
world of sustainable, humane
meat production.
The workshop will take
place on Saturday, April 12,
from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Registration is $50 and
includes lunch. Children 14
and under are free.
"It's time that people learn
about the healthy, humane


FBLA
Student

Megan Adams,
Barbie Baker
Olivia Bennett
Marvin Brooks
Arica Brown
Emily Brown
Cody Bryan
Taylor Chastain
Cindy Crawford
Stephanie Crosby
.Corrine Dehart
Connie Driggers
Colby Elwood
Lillie Emmelhainz
Tyler Hamilton
Michael Howell
Jonna Jackson
Nevin Johns
Kenzie Jones
Cameron Lee
Janae Liptrap'
Chelsea Listen
Lashae Mitchell
Joey O'Hern
Jordan Reynolds
Caleb Romrell
Courtney Shealy
Skye Snyder
Zach Starling
Elijah Thurman
Lee Tilton
Lauren Tomlinson
Jodie Waters
Ariel Webb
Jordan Windham
James Wring


alternative," says Dennis
Stoltzfobs of Full Circle Farm
in Live Oak, producers of
grass-fed meat, eggs and dairy
products.
"The American public
doesn't have to accept that our
food should come from abused
animals living in deplorable,
unhealthy conditions,"
Stolzfoos said.
Participants are encouraged
to bring any and all questions
they have about preparing,
procuring or understanding
grass-fed meat, eggs and dairy.
For questions, call (386)
776-2770 or e-mail
thisisdennis@juno.com. Send
registration payments to
Cypress Consultants, 20997
174th St., Live Oak, FL 32060.


4-H shooting
sports club news

BY Kelsey Brooker, 4-H
shooting sports club member

On Saturday, March 8, our
4-H shooting sports team
traveled to Levy County to try
and test our skills. With a
strong chilly wind from 'the
Southeast, we braved the
weather, as everyone tried to
qualify for the regional level.
We shot archery at 3-D targets,
.22 caliber rifles and .50
caliber black powder rifles and
were tested on wildlife
management, identification
and muzzleloaders.
Our 4-Her's participating
were Case Emerson, Witt
Thomas, Emily Akridge,
Victoria Whitely, Deana
Parrish, Thomas Webb, Kelsey
Brooker and Mitchell Cribbs.
Emerson finished first out of
10 competitors.


District
Results

1 st place desktop publishing
1st place par pro
1 st place par pro
1st place web site development
1st place desktop publishing
1st place public speaking 1
4th place intro to tech concepts
3rd place introduction to business
4th place personal finance
2nd place business communication
-3rd place intro to tech concepts
1st place par pro
1st place web site development
1st place emerging business issues
1st place emerging business issues
voting delegate
member at large
2nd place desktop publishing
1 st place emerging business issues
member at large
voting delegate
3rd place.FBLA procedures
5th place intro to business comm.
1st place impromptu speaking


2nd place business law
3rd place intro to business comm.
4th place Business communication
4th place desktop publishing
2nd place desktop publishing
voting delegate
4th place intro to business
1st place par pro
5th place word processing 1
5th- place word processing 1
member at large officer
1st place public speaking 2


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Deadline
approaching for
private pesticide
applicator school
and exams

By Jacque Breman, Ph.D.
UC Extension Director

For individuals who wish to
obtain a private pesticide
applicator license from the
Florida Department of
Agriculture and Consumer
Services, the tri-county private
applicator pesticide school and


exams will be held on
Monday, March 31 from 8:30
a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Bradford
County Extension Office.
This program will review
the training manuals, Applying
Pesticides Correctly and
Private Applicator Agricultural
Pest Control. They will be
used as part of the. class and
are available at the extension
office at a cost of $15 for both.
If you need a license to
apply restricted pesticides on
your property, or know
someone who does, this will be
an excellent opportunity to
participate in a refresher
course and take the exams all
in the same day.
The school will also offer 7


CEL's
credits
existing
license.


for those needing-
to re-certify their:
private applicator


The cost for the program
materials and refreshments is :
$5 per person. Reservations
are required and can be
secured by calling the Union
County Extension Office at
(386) 496-2321 by March 27.
The complete agenda is
available at
www.bradford.ifas.ufl.edu.


Pictured are Deana Parrish, Victoria Whitley, Emily Akridge and FWC Hunter
Safety Coordinator Steve Robbins.


Students

learn about
history and

heritage


SUBMITTED BY: Colan Coody,
4-H Program Assistant


As part of Union County's
4-H School Enrichment, Lake
Butler Masonic Lodge and
.American Legion--Post 153
helped fourth-graders at .Lake -
Butler Elementary School
complete their History and
Heritage program.
A flag folding ceremony
was presented by members of
the Masonic lodge and


Leaman Alvarez, Doyal Godwin, William Vandiver,
Seabie Rucker and Colan Coody perform a flag-
folding ceremony for students at Lake Butler
Elementary School.


American legion explaining
the meaning of each fold of the
American flag. This ceremony
isone of reverence, pride and
remembrance. ,
Other parts of the program
included a visit to classrooms
by Supervisor of Elections
Debbie Osborne where she
spoke to students about voting
and student essays about what
America .means to them
presented at the Masonic_
Lodge.
"Students have really
enjoyed learning about our
privileges and rights as
American citizens," Coody
said.
For more information about
this or any programs offered at
the Union County Extension
Office, please call (386) 496-'
2321.


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Pictured with the new motorist alert message signs
.are (I-r) Inv. Jerry Feltrier, Capt. Marvin Tomlinson,


Major Garry Seay, Sheriff Jerry Whitehead, Lt. Doug
York and Lt. Lyn Williams.


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Investigator, message signs add to resources at sheriff's office


Sheriff Jerry Whitehead
announced some new additions
to the Union County Sheriff's
Office: the hiring of a new
investigator and two motorist
alert message signs.
Investigator Jerry E. Feltner
joined the sheriff's office on
March 17, following the
retirement of Investigator Mac
Johns.


Investigator Jerry Feltner

Feltner comes.. to the
sheriff's office with over 18
years of law enforcement
experience. He previously
worked Investigations for both


the Bradford and Clay County
Sheriff's offices. Feltner has
experience and Florida
Department of Law
Enforcement certification in
many aspects of investigations.
"We are excited to have
Jerry as the newest member of
our department. His experience
and training will be an asset to
our agency," Whitehead said.
Members of the sheriff's
office recently received
training to operate a CMS-
T333 LED message.sign and a
432T message sign.
The T333 is a state of the
art, full-sized solar power
operated and LED-lighted sign
capable of displaying,
messages at a distance of up to
1,000 feet. The sign is over 15
feet long and 6.5 feet wide,
capable of standing up to more
than 13 feet high.
The 432T is a smaller, more
portable general purpose
changeable message sign and
can be utilized in areas that the
T333 may not be practical.
The 432T is equipped with
an optional radar unit capable
of displaying the actual speed
of vehicles and will be utilized
in local traffic areas and school
zones.


(RIGHT) VFW Ladies Auxiliary President Annie
Pitman (leaning on far left), Jeanette Hart and
activity chairman Ruth Tyre (both on far right) with
the children who won prize baskets at the VFW
sponsored Easter egg hunt. There were 41 kids
hunting for eggs and the baskets were given to
those who found the special eggs. The Men's
Auxiliary donated the baskets for the children.


Scholarships


Clay Electric
2008 Youth
Scholarship

$1,000 scholarship will be
awarded to 17 high school
seniors
The Clay Electric 2001
Youth Scholarship is open t
any public, private or home
schooled high school senic
who will graduate at the end of
the current 2007-08 school
year and whose primary
residence is served by Clay
Electric.
An application can be
printed online, from
www.clayelectric.com.
Students must complete the
application and have the
section highlighted in gray
completed and signed by the
school guidance counselor.
Two letters of
recommendation from a
teacher, principal, guidance
counselor, employer, family
friend, minister, etc. must
accompany the application.
School transcripts are not
required and should not be
submitted with application.
It is very important that all
areas of the application be
completed. Points 'will be
deductedd for incomplete areas.
"A scholarship committee
will evaluate the applications
aiid make a final selection of
17 students based upon
scholastic records, activities,
employment, community
services and recommendations.
Mail the completed
application and attachments to
Clay Electric Youth
Scholarship Program, P. O.
Box 308, Keystone Heights,
FL 32656-0308. Scholarship
applications must be received
by, or post-marked no later
than, April I.


LCCC
scholarships.
available for
UCHS seniors
Lake City Community
College Foundation
8 scholarship applications are
S now available in the guidance
department at Union County
High School. The application
can also be accessed from the
f college's Web site at
S www.lakecitycc.edu.
Applications should be
turned in to the high school
guidance coufiselors by
Monday, April 7, so they can
be submitted to the foundation
before the final deadline of
Friday, April 11. Students may
also mail their applications
directly to the foundation
address found in the
application. Student
applications will be reviewed
for opportunities to earn any
one of numerous available
scholarships.


Lake Butler
Woman's Club
scholarship
offering
The Lake Butler Woman's
Club is offering a $500
scholarship for a female
resident of. Union County tq
attend an accredited university
or college in the State of
Florida.
If you are interested, please
pick up an application packet
from Beth Moore in the
Guidance Department at Union.
County High School. All
applications must be submitted
no later than May 2.


Both signs feature the
standard Union County
Sheriff's Office markings and
are highly visible both during
the day and night. Since they
are solar powered, they require
very low maintenance and both
are equipped with anti-theft
devices.
Whitehead said, "We
are proud to add these two
important pieces of equipment
to our department. We will be
able to reach more people


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through these message boards
and stress the importance of
traffic safety in our community
and school zone areas."
These signs will be utilized.
as needed, for example, during
traffic enforcement waves,
holiday events, heavy :-triffic
areas, detours, parades and iany
other time needed to get
important messages, across to
motorists.


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UCHS A-B

honor roll

Union County High School
students making the A-B honor
roll for the second nine-weeks
are listed below by grade.
Ninth grade: Samuel
Bustrycki, Cadilyn Bishop,
Hayden Brown, April Cornett,
Darius Corbitt, Connie
Driggers, Amy Emery, Chase
Fry, Jennifer Glenn, Chelsie
Hersey, Emily Holmes,
Michael Howell, Kayli
Jenkins, Christopher Johnson,
Ashley Johnson, Camri Mabry,
Taylor McSpadden, Megan
Mobley, Ashley Parrish, Brian
Prevatt, Caleb Romrell,
Chelsea Ruby and Lindsey
Saunders.
"' Tenth Grade: Megan
Adams, Barbie Baker, Olivia
Bennett, Jessica Brown, Mark
Brown, Taylor Chastain, Scott
Childress, Jeremiah Cleghorn,
Brianne Clyatt, Rose Cornett,
Brandon Daugherty, Mason
Dukes, Colby Elwood, Markie
Emery, Virginia Everett,
Frankie Geisenburg, Janae
Liptrap, Jensen McDonald,
Kyle Palmer, Brittany Pittman,


Dylan Ramos. Ashley Saliba,
Alana Singleton, Kristin
Smith, Lee Tilton, Charles
Waters, Dillan Waters,
Anthony Wiley and Jordan
Windham.
Eleventh Grade: Cassandra
Burgess, Stephanie Crosby,
Andrew Framer, Brittany
Griffis, Tyler Hamilton,
Shamari Holland, Breanna
Parrish, Marquez Perry, Julie
Redding, Kayla Roberts, Erica
Townsend, Hannah Tucker and
Allison Warren.
Twelfth Grade: Richard
Allen, Jody Cason, Bianca
Clemons, Amberlee Crawford,
Chelsey Crews, Brittany
Durant, Aundie Fields, Amber
Franzluebbers, Jared Freeman,
Danielle Giebeig, Dayle
Giebeig, Jennifer Gockley,
Aurielle Isaac, Sampson
Jackson, Tianna Jarvis,
Rebecca Johns, Kenzie Jones,
Jessica Lansford, Destini
Perry, Jason Rathmann, Daniel
Rengering, Courtney Shealy,
Jeremy Shuler, Michelle
Smith, Michelle Starling,
Zachary Sweat, Susann
Thomas, William Tucker,
Caleb Williams, Kendyl Willis
and James Wring.


Pictures from Step-Up Union County


Cathy Williams from A Touch of Heaven Massage
gave out sample massages to show the therapeutic
benefits.


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UCHS straight A students for the second nine weeks


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Ninth- and tenth-graders making straight A's for the
second nine weeks were (front, I-r) Amanda Spires
(9th), Shelbie Finley (9th), Gabble Perez (10th), Hillary
Ricks (10th), Ashton Howard (10th), (back) Noah
Nelson (10'l), Kel Martin (10th), Adam Mott (10th), Jay


Eleventh- and Twelfth-graders making straight A's
for the second nine weeks were (front, I-r) Mallory
Rogers (12th), Crystal Fulbright (2h), Lillie
IEmnnelhainz (12't), Mikaela Hicks (11th), (back)


Norman (9'") and Brooks Palmer (9th). Not pictured
were Travis Canada, Jose Gonzalez, Keanna Odom,
Michaela Shannon, Cynthia Terrell, Emily Brown,
Morgan McDonald, Jordon Reynolds, Allison
Southwell and Lauren Tomlinson.


Djordje Milosevic (12th), Jared Brand (12th), Aaron
Dukes (12th), Michael Chandler (12th) and Brady Clark
(1 th).


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Regional News.

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



Deadline for Warren memorial scholarship is Monday
Applications are currently American history, medical Community College. County. submission requirements, assembled, should be
being accepted for the Betty field-or. education as a course Grade-point average of Sophomore year to be please call the Santa Fe submitted to: SFCC Andrews
Warren Memorial Scholarship, of study. 3.0. completed at Santa Fe .Community College Andrews Center, Attention: Cheryl
which is presented annually by Completed freshman year Resident of the Santa. Community College. Center at (904) 964-5382. Canova, 209 W. Call St.,
the Col. Samuel Elbert (24 hours) at Santa, Fe Fe/Starke area/Bradford For more information on Application packets, once Starke,FL 32091.
Chapter. National Society
Daughters of the American
Revolution.
The deadline to apply for the
$750 scholarship is this
Monday, March 31.
Those interested must meet
the following requirements:


Starke
Kiwanis hosts
day of fun,
ducks and
poker Friday
The Kiwanis Club of
Starke's third annual duck race
will be held Friday, March 28,
at 5:45 p.m. at the Starke Golf
and Country, Club. The
winning duck will net its
owner $1,000, while cash
prizes will also be awarded for
second place ($250), third
place ($100) and fourth place
($50).
Food and drinks will be V
available for purchase at the
event.
Preceding the race at 4:30
p.m. is Family Fun Day, which
will offer games, activities and /F
prizes for children.
The' club's monthly Texas
Hold 'Em' poker tournament '97 BUICK CENTURY '93 BUICK LASABRE '98 GMC JIMMY SLS ,n, -'.
will take place at' the
conclusion *of the race.
-Registration will begin at 6
p.m., with play starting at 6:30
p.m. The cost to enter the
tournament is $50.. Food and
drinks will be available.

Starke Rotary. 1
brings back 995 4 495 8 995 7 995
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Beast Feast._.
After a five-year
hibernation, the Starke Rotaiy
Club will revive its Wild '99 CHEVY ASTRO '98 TOYOTAITACOMA '99 CHEVY S-10 '98 HONDA CIVIC
Game Beast Feast in order to 'D
raise funds for its Santa Fe
_Community College
scholarship endowment fund.
The feast will be held on ,
Saturday, April 5, at the Starke
Golf and Country Club,
starting at 6 p.m. In addition to
wild game, there will be plenty .
of sides and desserts, along
with entertainment, a silent
auction and $1,000 in cash 95 495 995 995
prizes. ST 5 TKIIW5SK 1 7 495 a4TK237, $1380O,
All proceeds from the
auction and the feast will help
the Rotary Club endow its
scholarship fund for local
students at SFCC. '98HONDA CR 4WD '03 DODGE NEON 0000 '00 FORD RANGER HIT
Tickets are $65 and can be .
purchased from any Rotary .
Club member or by calling
Ameriprise Financial Services
at (904) 966-0002 or the
Bradford County Telegraph at
(904) 964-6305. *. .

Kennel club
elects new ST#,.3 58,995 STK8l3766 8,995 SK1499 58,495 STK ,1425. 7,995
officers
The Bradford County
Kennel Club recently elected
its officers for 2008 and will '00 MITSUBISHI GAI.ANT '00 FORD EXPEDITION '00 PONTIAC GRAND AM GT '03 DODGE STRATUS
support a dog walk this
Saturday, March 29, in -I
Melrose. !'
Janice Werksman of ." '--,,
Kahn of Starke were elected I -. '
respectively, while four other -
officeG' were filled: secretary-- "
Consuelo Dodge of Starke,
tre~aurr= Michael Page of
Srlare, historian -- Kathy Kahn
Terry Ratlif of Starke and p
.l.,:rri ;nri' chair and public i


relations representative-
Howard Zane of Starke.
On Saturday, the club will
lend its support to a dog walk
sponsored by Lake Area 1018 N TEMPE AE
Academy at 10 a.m. at ,TEMPLE
Memorial Park on S.R. 26 888-RKEL64-6461
(look for the signs). The event, STARKE, FL 32091
which is a fundraiser for the
academy, is open to all dog UTO SALES
lovers. Admission is free.
Special activities are
planned for the dogs following
the walk.
Chicken dinners will be
available for purchase.
For more information,
please call (352) 473-6433 or
(904) 964-6296.











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OBITUARIES


Alfred Jones

Alfred Jones
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS -
Alfred Jones, 78, of Keystone
Heights died Friday, March 21,
2008, at Orange Park Medical
Center following an extended
illness.
Born in Miami on April 11,
1929, Mr. Jones moved to
Keystone Heights from Miami. He
was a retired custodian for the city
of Miami, member of the Church
of God by Faith in Speedville and
attended the school system in
Dade County.
Mr. Jones is survived by: wife,
Sylvia Jones of Keystone Heights;
sons, Darryl Moody, Ken Jones
and Kevin Jones, all of Keystone
Heights; daughters, Comell Jones
of Keystone Heights and Deborah
Fyffe of Gainesville; sister,
Marion Dandy of Miami; 18
grandchildren and three great-
grandchildren.
Funeral services for Mr. Jones
will be held on Saturday, March
29, at the Church of God by Faith
jn'Speedville at 10 a.m. with Elder
Mark Hutchinson presiding and
Elder Rufus Hutchinson eulogist.
Interment will be held at
Speedville Cemetery following the
services. Arrangements are under
the care of Hailc Funeral Homie of
Starke.
Visitation will be held on
Friday, March 28, at Haile
Memorial Chapel, from 3 to 4
p.m. for the family, from 5 to 8
p.m. for friends and one hour
before the services at the church.

Laurie Sapp
STARKE Laurie Blanche
Sapp, 88, of Starke, died on
Saturday, March 8, 2008.
Mrs. Sapp was born in
Slocumb, Ala., on Feb. 10, 1920,
to the late Oscar H. Tew and
Annie Estelle Hinson Tew. She
was a resident of Starke for over
36 years. Mrs. Sapp enjoyed
wDtkingAv.,ithi.r, haiid' and grew
award winning orchids and day-
lilies. Mis. Spapp'ritiied in 1985 '
after serving as a
telecommunications troubleshooter
for the telephone company. She
was a member of the First
Presbyterian Church of Starke.
Mrs. Sapp is survived: by
brother, Homer L. Tew of Starke;
nephews, Homer L. Tew, Jr. of
Ann Arbor, Mich. and David E.
Tew' of Starke; niece, Sylvia
Stevenson of Starke and friend,
Leola Holmes of Starke.
Mrs. Sapp was preceded in
death by her husband, Fred M.
Sapp and her sister, Annie Ruth.
Graveside services were held
on Monday, March 24, in Crosby
Lake Cemetery in Starke with.
Pastor Robert Dennison
officiating. Arrangements were
under the care of Archie Tanner
Funeral Services of Starke.


Rebecca Reddish
STARKE Rebecca Newham
Reddish, 56, of Starke died
suddenly on Tuesday, March 18,
2008.
Mrs. Reddish was born in
Johnson City, Tenn., on Jan. 27,
1952 to William Newham and
Ruby Shoemaker Newham. She
was a longtime resident of
Bradford County.
Mrs. Reddish graduated from
Bradford High in 1970 and
attended Santa Fe Community
College before graduating from
the University of Florida. She
spent 16 years in vocational
education, and earned a masters
degree in administration and
supervision. In 1988 she became
an occupational specialist for
students at the vocational center.
She was instrumental in forming
the Bradford Education
Foundation, was coordinator for
adult and community education
and director of the Vo-Tech's
evening program. In 1993 she
became assistant principal of
Bradford High, then principal at
Lawtey in 1998. She later became
principal of Bradford Middle
School, and was curriculum
director for the school district.
Mrs. Reddish was a member of
Altrusa, the Chamber of
Commerce, worked for the March
of Dimes, American Cancer
Society, Civitan Regional Blood
Center, and Santa Fe Community
College.
Mrs. Reddish is survived by:
her husband, Michael Reddish;
daughter Dana and husband Kevin
Blankenship; sons, Shane and wife
Audrey Reddish and Morgan and
wife Jennifer Reddish, all of
Starke; mother Ruby Hersey of
Starke; five grandchildren,
Hayleigh, GraciAnn, Lane, Taylor
Jo, Rylie and Kelsey; sister,
Margaret Brannen of Starke;
brothers, Wayne Jones, Jerry
Jones both of Johnson City, Tenn.,
William Newham, David
Newham, Donald Hersey, Dewitt
Hersey, Elbert Hersey, Lancin
Hersey, J. Wayne Hersey, Dwight
Hersey and Doley Hersey all of
Starke.
Mrs. Reddish was preceded in
death by her sister, Denise
Norman.
Funeral services for Mrs.
Reddish will were held on
Saturday, March 22, in the
Madison Street Baptist Church.
Interment will be at sea at a later
date. Arrangements were under
the care of Jones-Gallagher
Funeral Home of Starke
In lieu of flowers, contributions
may be made in memory of Becky
Reddish Scholarship Fund,
Community State Bank, P.O.
Dramer 460, Starke. 3209-i. ,, ,
P'aid Ohillmn

'Red' Hollingsorth
RAIFORD Jesse "Red" Earl
Hollingsworth, 88, a longtime
resident of Raiford died Tuesday,
March 18,2008.
Mr. Hollingsworth was born on
May 18, 1920, in Decatur, Ill., the
son of the late Ed and Annie
Cannon Hollingsworth. A veteran
of World War II, he served with
the U.S. Navy, earning the rank of
Machinist Mate Second Class. In
November 2006, in Mayport, Mr.
Hollingsworth received a Special
Congressional Recognition as a
World War II veteran, by
Congressman Ander Crenshaw.
Prior to his retirement he was
employed as a mechanic. He was a
well-known blue grass musician.
He was associated with. several


Opry stars and played many times
with Raymond Fairchild, a well-
known banjo player. He was of the
Baptist faith and attended the
Division of Forestry College.
Mr. Hollingsworth is survived
by: his daughters, Earline Green
of LaCrosse, Annie Hollingsworth
of Lake Butler; sons, Joseph Paul
Hollingsworth of Winter Park,
Stanley J. Hollingsworth of Lake
City and Link Hollingsworth of
Brooker and five grandchildren.
Mr. Hollingsworth was
preceded in death by his son,
Jimmy Hollingsworth and brother,
Jerry McGuire.
Memorial Services will be held
at a later date. Arrangements are
under the care of Jones-Gallahger'
Funeral Home of Starke.
In lieu of flowers, contributions
may be made to Hospice of the
Nature Coast, 644 NE Santa Fe
Blvd. High Springs, 32643.





The family of Joy Faulkner
would like to thank everyone
for your many acts of kindness
shown to us during the loss of
our loved one. Special thanks
to Archie Tanner Funeral
Services.
Sincerely,
Faulkner Family






The family of Ruth Driggers
Douglas wishes to express
sincere gratitude to all our
relatives, friends and neighbors
for their kindness, prayers and
support during this sad period.
The cards, spiritual bouquets,
gift baskets, flowers, food and
visits were very much
appreciated. We would like to -
recognized Bradford Terrace
Nursing Home and their staff
for the compassion and
hospitality given to us during
this difficult period. Thank you
to each and every one of the
dedicated nurses who treated
our family member with love
and generosity. Your
professionalism has not gone
unnoticed. We wish to
especially thank Dr. Donald
Bennett for delivering such a
genuine and touching eulogy
About his aunt Ruth. We would
lik~,o e \ tend a heartfelt thank
you to Nana Bowen for her
kind and gentle way of being
such a loyal friend. Great
appreciation to the Jones-
Gallagher Funeral Home for
their services and
arrangements in preparing our
loved one for her final resting
place. Also, our appreciation to
Haven Hospice for being so
comforting in our time of need.
Our family wishes a very
special thank you to Ricky and
Chrissy Thompson for being so
helpful with preparing our
family meal and the sympathy
shown.
Our sincere appreciation,
The family of Mrs. Ruth
Driggers Douglas


Free Medicare

counseling

available
Elders and their family
members who have questions
or concerns with Medicare and
other health insurance
programs have a place to turn.
Specially trained volunteer
counselors provide free
information and assistance at
the Bradford County Health
Department and Bradford
County Public Library in
Starke and the Union County
Public Library and Union
County Health Department in
Lake Butler.


SHINE (Serving Health
Insurance Needs of Elders) is a
statewide program of the
Department of Elder Affairs. It
helps empower elders to make
informed decisions about their
health insurance. During the
sessions, SHINE counselors
offer information and
assistance on Medicare
(reviewing bills .and.
statements, filing appeals),
Medicare supplemental
insurance, Medicare
prescription drug plans and
long-term care planning.-
Help in obtaining low-cost
or free prescription drugs may
be available to Medicare
recipients who have reached


the coverage gap in their.
prescription drug benefit -and
to people ages 60-64. For more
information,, call the Elder
Help Line at (800) 963-5337.



BHS

yearbooks on

sale now
Bradford High School
students need to purchase a
yearbook as soon as possible.
The cost is $80 through April.
On Friday, May 1, the price
increases to $90.
If you have questions contact
Torode at (904) 966-6095.


THURSDAY, MARCH 27- SATURDAY, MARCH 29



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Excludes Appliances and Electronics. Percentage off Every Day Low Prices and cannot
be applied to prior sales. Subject to credit approval and a minimum credit rating score. A
minimum down payment equal to sales lax is required. Minimum $699 purchase
required. Finance charges and optional insurance charges will accrue from date of
purchase, but finance charges will be rebated if the amount financed and any earned
insurance charges are paid in full within 12 months of the purchase date. Buyer will not
be eligible for finance charge rebate if any monthly payment is over 30 days late.
Finance charges will vary by slate. With approved credit. Terms do not apply to prior
purchases. See store for full details. Allow 6-8 weeks for special orders. Descriptive.
typographical or pictorial errors are subject to correction. Free furniture statement is
representative of 25% off the retail price of additional purchases which can only be used
toward one purchase transaction. 25% off or free furniture offer is not to be applied to
purchases after the sale expiration dale and may not be applied to prior purchases using
a Farmers Home Furniture account.


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held at Benson Funeral Home in
Dallas, Ga,, for Starke native,
Harriett Loudon Parker. 'Ms.
Parker passed away on Saturday,
Jan. 26, 2008, after a long battle
with lung disease and
osteoporosis.
Born in Starke, Harriett was the
daughter of Eloise T. Loudon, and
Arthur Gibson Loudon Jr.
deceased. She attended both
Bradford Elementary and High
Schools and will be missed by her
many classmates and friends.
Her entire life, which ended far
too soon, was spent in the
relentless pursuit of independence.
She wanted to ask no one for help.
She wanted to succeed or fail on
her own nierits, and she succeeded
mightily.
"She is and was one of the
strongest people I have been
honored to know, and she will live
in sisterly love in my heart
forever," stated Barnhart.
She is survived by: long-time
companion, Edmond McClendon
of the home; one brother, Arthur
Gibson Loudon III (Sonny), a
resident of Corpus Christi, Texas;
one sister, Patricia Loudon
Barnhart, who lives near Orlando.
Other surviving family
members include: cousins, Becky,
Tom Marc, Bruce and Rick
Jackson of Starke; nieces, Ashley
Price of Shamrock, Texas,
Jennifer Thomas of Davenport,
Brittany, Mandy, Karly and
Aubrey Loudon and. nephews,
Justin and Tyson Loudon "of
Corpus Christi.
Elizabeth "Betsy" Matthews-
Meng, a lifelong friend of the
deceased is planning a memorial
service to take place in the very
near future.


Kathryn Alvarez
RAIFORD Kathryn Ellen
Dennison Alvarez, 80, of Raiford
died Sunday, March 23, 2008, at
Shands UF after an extended
illness.
Mrs. Alvarez was born in
Union County, where she was a
lifelong resident, to the late
Raleigh and' Rosa Dennison. She
lived most of her life in Raiford.
She was a clerk for the city of
Raiford for many years before
retirement. She was a member of
First Baptist Church of Raiford
where she was church clerk for 54
years.
Mrs. Alvarez is survived by:
one daughter, Linda Norcross of
Lake Butler; two grandsons,


for the family and from 5 to 8 p.m.
for friends, also one' hour before
the service at the church.


Lake Butler and one orother-in- C r V r
law, James Buehne of Starke. Cesar Vargas
Mrs. Alvarez was preceded in LAKE BUTLER Cesar
death by a sister, Marilyn Buehne. Emilio Vargas Lopez, M.D., 74,
Funeral services were held died at North Florida Regional
Wednesday, March 26, at the First Medical Center on Wednesday,
Baptist Church of Raiford. Burial March 19, 2008, following a
followed at Mt. Zion Cemetery courageous battle with cancer.
near Lake Butler. Arrangements Dr. Vargas was born on July.
wee under the care of Archer 27, 1933, in Managua, Nicaragua,
Funera Home of Lake Butler. to the late Manuel Vargas and
Virginia. Lopez. He graduated
from the "Universidad Nacional
Autonoma de Nicaragua"
I'- (UNAN) School of Medicine in
1961. He married Nydia E.
Castellon on June 13, 1975.
He spent two years (1961 -
1963) in Rome, Italy and Paris,
France doing post-doctoral studies
in respiratory diseases and
i thoracic surgery. After completing
Ships post-doctoral studies, he
moved to Mexico City, Mexico,
where he completed a Master of
Science in public health. He
returned to Nicaragua where he
served as Vice Dean of UNAN's
School of Medicine from 1968 -
1971, and worked as a full-time
professor of internal medicine
Dorothy Moss from 1968 1981. He also ran a
private practice' in pulmonary
Dorothy M oss medicine from 1968- 1981.
Dr. Vargas relocated to Miami,
STARKE -Dorothy V. Moss, FL in 1982, moving to Lake
65, of Starke died Friday, March Butler, FL the following 'year. He
21, 2008, at Shands in worked as a physician at Lake
Jacksonville following an Butler) Hospital/Hand Surgery
extended illness. Center from 1983 1984, and
Ms. Moss was born in Maddox then at Florida State Prison from
on August 26, 1942, moving to 1984- 1987. Dr. Vargas worked
Starke from New York, N.Y. as an emergency "physician at
Ms. Moss was a member of the various state hospitals in North
Antioch Missionary Baptist Florida from 1987 until his
Church where she served as a retirement in 2006. He enjoyed
deaconess and Sunday School teaching, music, photography,
superintendent. She earned a travel, and spending time with his
degree from Lake City family.
Community College and owned an He is survived by his wife,
in-home daycare center. Nydia E. Vargas, of Lake Butler;
Ms. Moss is survived by: two and sons Cesar E. Vargas, Jr., of
daughters, Valencia Moss and Orlando; Gustavo A. Vargas, of
Lucetra Moss, both of Starke; two Orlando; and Enrique G. Vargas,
sons, Andy W. Hodges of QMD, of Gainesville.
Kentucky and Anthony J. Funeral services will be held
Williams of Panama City; sister, Saturday, March 29 at 1 PM at St.
Onetta Fuqua of Queens, N.Y. and Augustine Catholic Church, 1738
10 grandchildren.. W University Ave., Gainesville,
Ms. Moss was preceded in FL.
death by a son, David Moss and In lieu of flowers, contributions
brother, Edward W. Coney-James may be made to the American
Sr. Cancer Society, at P.O. Box
Funeral services will be held 22718 in Oklahoma City, Okla.,
Saturday, March 29, at Ebenezer 73123-1718, by e-mail
Missionary Baptist Church at 1 http://www.cancer.org or by
p.m. with the Rev. James N. phone at 1-800-ACS-2345
Wilcox presiding and the Rev. ido.N,
Micheal Johnson as eulogist. Id T
Interment will be held in Ida Tyson
Oddfello ..i Cemetery. FERNANDINA BEACH
Arrangements are under the care' L oe Tysn, 82:' of Fernaldina
*'0fHaie.Fihelral:.Hrne tf:S tarke:. ;;. eoih, died Saturday, March 1,
Visitation will be held on 2008, at Bapiist Medical Center.'
Friday, March 28, at' Haile Born in Lake Butler, she was
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Fernandina Beach, Frankie Wright
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grandchildren and twenty great-
grandchildren.
Mrs. Tyson was preceded in
death by her husband, Russell
Tyson, an adopted sister, Pauline
Thomas and a granddaughter,
Selena Tyson Goode.
Funeral services was held on
Tuesday, March 4, in the Burgess
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Bello Cemetery. Arrangements
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Robert Thomas
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS -
Robert Eli Thomas Sr., 62, of
Keystone Heights died Thursday,
March 13, 2008, at his residence.
SMr. Thomas was born in Live
Oak on Sept. 23, 1945, and moved
to Keystone Heights in 1985 after
living in Bradford County for 35
years. He was of the Pentecostal
faith and was a retired heavy
equipment mechanic.
Mr. Thomas is survived by: his
wife of 20 years, Janice Isgette
Thomas of Keystone Heights;
children, Bobby Thomas of
Keystone Heights, Sissy Jackson
of Hampton, Wendy Miller' of
Starke, Sonja Thdnras and
Michael Thomas, both of
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Mrs. Small was a lifelong
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homemaker.
Mrs. Small is survived by:
sister, Emma Williams; nephew,
Clarence Williams; niece, Carolyn
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Cooper, Clark reign as strawberry royalty


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor
No stranger to wearing a
crown, Bradford County's
Brittany Cooper was named 2008
Bradford-Union S rawberry
Queen at the 46t annual
pageant over the weekend.
The former Miss Bradford
High was also judged most
talented among the eight
queen contestants for her piano
performance of "I'll Fly Away."
Brittany is the daughter
of John Cooper and the late
Amanda Cooper, and her
father's Starke law firm proudly
sponsored her participation. Her
platform was "Succeeding in a
Man's World," something the
University of Florida student
and "house flipper" may have
learned a thing or two about on
her way to a career as a general
contractor.
Brittany was the first Santa
Fe Community College Woman
of Promise from Bradford
County in 2006, an honor


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,t aw a'd to Brittan -
I en! late '


that recognized her academic
success, talent and community
involvement. As
Strawberry Queen,
her prizes include a
$1,500 scholarship
from the Bradford
County Community
Women, which
awarded -more
than $6,000 in
scholarships and
prizes to this year's
winners.
The Strawberry
Princess title went
to Ab'bie Clark,
daughter of Johnnie
and Tricia Clark of
Starke. Abbie, too,
i was recognized
as most talented
among the princess
contestants. She
won the judges
over with.her vocal
performance of
"Somewhere Over
the Rainbow."
Talent accounts
for 30 percent of a
contestant's score,
as does the pre-
fe pageant interview.
S Fifteen percent of
f the score is-based
on casual wear,. 20
percent on evening
gown and 5 percent


on how well contestants answer
their onstage question.
Abbie, last year's runner-up
in the princess pageant, will
receive a $600 savings bond
among her other prizes and will
join Brittany in representing the
county at multiple events over
the next year.
Abbie's platform was the
promotion of abstinence among
youth and she was sponsored
by the Bradford County Health
SDepartmqnt's abstinence
program. The Bradford High
junior is among the high
schoolers who have worked to
encourage middle-schoolers to
postpone sex until marriage.
Runners-up in the queen
competition were:
-First runner-up Andrea
Andrews, daughter of Drew
Andrews of Lake Butler and
Robin and Chris Trum of Fort
Walton Beach. Andrea was also
awarded for having the best
gown in the queen competition.
She was sponsored by Thomas
Site Prep and W.D. Andrews
Farms.
-Second runner-up Holly
Best, daughter of Marty and
Marney Best of Starke. She
received awards for program
ad:.sales and her casual wear
., selection, and she was selected
Miss Congeniality. She was
sponsored by GC&G Home


Development Inc.
-Third runner-
up Melanie Reed,
daughter of Charles
and Shari Reed.
She was also the
contestant who
collected the most
pairs of jeans for
the 2008 Great
Jeans Giveaway,
a project of Sarah
Lee Fitzpatrick
and the Bradford
County Community
Women in
association with
the National
Eating Disorders
Association. Those
donations have
been given to the
Women's Resource
Center in Starke.
She was sponsored
by Florida Twin
Theatre.
Also competing
for the queen title
were Amanda
Wolfe, judged
most photogenic
among the queen
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SPrincess contestant Hannah
Haas was third runner-up.


Bloomer and Kristen Rodgers.
Kristen received the Director's,
Award as well as recognition for
program ad sales.
Runners-up in the princess
competition were:
-First runner-up Samantha
Balkcom, daughter of Tommy
Balkcom of Lake Butler and
Leslie Balkcom of Starke.
Samantha also won an award
for best evening gown in the
princess competition. She was
sponsored by Bowen Bug
Blocker.
-Second runner-up Bethany
Stockdale, daughter of Jeff and
Sheila Stockdale of Keystone
Heights. She was sponsored by
Capital City Bank.
-Third runner-up Hannah
Haas, daughter of Dale and Ella
Haas of Starke. Hannah was
recognized for program ad sales
and her casual wear selection.
She was sponsored by Craig
Falstreaux Heating and Air
Conditioning Inc.
-Fourth runner-up Kaylyn
Beck, daughter of Terry and
Christy Beck of Starke.
Judges selected Kaylyn most
photogenic among the princess
contestants. She was sponsored
by Firm Foundation Builders
and Jax Utilities Contracting
Management.
Also competing for the
princess title were Katelyn Sims
and Kayli Jenkins, both of whom
were recognized for program ad
sales, Shelby Ashley, Maegan
Soble, Sara Denmark and Taylor
McCormick.
Other royalty present included
2007 Strawberry Queen Emmali
Ramseur, 2007 Strawberry
Princess Lillie Emmelhainz,
and the Tiny, Little, Petite and
Junior Miss Strawberry title
holders for 2008, Kylee Davis,
Jaelyn Jackson, Emma Theus
and Autumn Rodgers.
Pageant directors were
Angelia Crews, Jamie Fennell,
Merideth Fitzpatrick and Sarah
Lee Fitzpatrick. Emcee for the
evening was First Baptist Church
student and missions pastor Joe
Fennell. Special performances
included Megan Wallace and
Stephen White of A Social
Affair Dance Studios, Carson
Elder of the Starke Academy of
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CRIME I


Contractor
charged with
copper wire
theft
A 29-year-old Perry man
contracted by the city of Starke
was arrested March 19 for
stealing copper wire.
Malachi James Newton, an
employee of the Koehler Power
Line Company, was contracted
last September to replace
underground power sei,.ce in
Starke, according to
inve"-:t',tors Kevin Mueller
and James Hooper.
Newton is charged with
stealing approximately 2,000
pounds of copper wire and
selling the stolen copper to
recycling centers for
approximately $4,000,
Investigator Mueller said.
Newton sold the wire in
Macclenny and Madison, Sgt.
Mueller said.
The exact dates of some of
the thefts remain under
investigation, Sgt. Mueller
said.
Newton was charged with
grand theft and dealing in stolen
property. Surety bonds
totalling $30,000 were posted
for his release from custody.


Teacher's
arrest leads
to resignation
A teacher in the Union
County school system has
resigned after being arrested
earlier this month in Lake
City.


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Darren Keith Deloach's
vehicle was stopped at 11:21
p.m. on March 8 by deputies
who were enforcing a curfew
due to the tornado that occurred
earlier in the day, according to
Columbia Deputy J. Snipes.
Deloach was asked why he
was in the area. He replied he
was just riding around. An
open container of alcohol was
seen in the back seat of the car,
and Deloach was asked to step
out of the vehicle, Deputy
Snipes said. When asked if
there was anything else in the
car, Deloach replied there was a
pipe under the driver's seat,
Deputy Snipes said. A blue
pipe with a piece of brunt steel
wool inside the stem was
found. A piece of crack cocaine
was also found in a cigarette
wrapper in the driver's door.
Deloach was asked about his
relationship to a female
passenger who is a known
prostitute, Deputy Snipes said.
He stated he had just picked her
up for company but knew what
she .charged, Deputy Snipes
said.
Deloach, 30, of Lake Butler
was arrested by Deputy Snipes
for possession of crack cocaine,
possession of drug
paraphernalia and solicitation of
prostitution.

Two face
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Two men were. arrested
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cocaine and possession of
cocaine with intent to sell,
according to Sgt. Brian Davis.
Approximately 29.4 grams of
powder cocaine and 5.0 grams
of crack cocaine were found in
the vehicle, Sgt. Davis said.
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Tisdale, the officers found 262
grams :of canriabis and
approximately 1.9. grams of
powder cocaine, according to
Sgt.. Brian Davis. A fake car
battery .was seized that
contained much .of. the drugs,
Sgt. Davis said, Other items
seized included drug scales and
$1,375 in currency, Sgt. Davis
said.
Tisdale, 36, was charged
March .19 with possession of
cannabis.with intent to sell and
possession of cocaine.
A $65,000 surety bond was
posted for his release from
custody.

Arrests made
in burglary of
Edwards'
Grocery
Six individuals were arrested
March 20 for burglarizing
Edwards' Grocery on S.R. 100.
At approximately 4:30 a.m.,
the business was entered after
the front glass window was
broken, according to Cpl. R.
Watkins. Once inside the
business, the suspects removed
a carton of cigarettes valued at
$30 and a cash register valued
at $2,660. The suspects then
fled the scene.
Investigation led to the arrest
of six individuals, who are also
suspects in area burglaries


including the theft of tools, a
CD player and yard art,
according to Sgt. Robert A.
Smith.
Charged with burglary,
criminal mischief and grand
theft were:
William Daniel Cox, 21, of
Palatka, and Allegra Cashun
George, 33, Derek Timothy
Harper, 24, Cody Franklin
Rowe, 18, Heather Leanna
Smith, 23, and a 17-year-old
male, all of Starke. Bond on
the charges was set at $25,000.
Rowe was released after a
surety bond was posted.
Assisting in the
investigation were Sgt. Robert
Lyons, Cpl. Thomas Sapp and
Investigator Roger Crase.
Damage to the business was
estimated at $1,000.
The cash register was
recovered and returned, Sgt.
Smith said.
2 charged
with theft
from FPL
On March 25, police
responding at 1:15 a.m. to a
burglary in progress at Florida
Power and Light on Colley
Road, found Harold Hill
walking in the area, according
to Officer Mark Lowery.
An employee had called for
assistance after observing
someone running from the FPL
yard. Hill was charged after it
was discovered the fencing
around the complex had been
cut and some items were
removed, Officer Lowery said.
Hill confessed as well to two
previous break-ins at the same
location.
At 8:45 a.m., another
suspect was located at a gas
station in Lawtey. Russell
Bunk confessed to being
involved in the theft from FPL
and also to one previous theft
from the complex, Officer
Lowery said.
SHill, 23, was charged with
three counts burglary and grand
theft.
Bunk, 38, was charged with,
two counts burglary and grand
theft. Both men are from
Middleburg.
A juvenile was found in a
vehicle near the Colley Road
location and may be associated
with the incident. The
investigation continues into her
involvement and to other
burglaries since March 17,
Officer Lowery said.


AC theft
gets man
arrested
A Hampton man was
arrested March 19 for stealing
from new homes in January.
On Jan. II a neighbor on
Fox Hollow Drive questioned a
man who removed an air-
conditioning unit from a new
home and cut the connecting
lire on a unit at a second
home, Officer Donaldson said.
The description of the suspect
was given to law enforcement
officers but no arrest was made.
On March 17 the
neighbor/witness saw the
suspect and his vehicle at a
local store and contacted
.Hampton police.
James William Young
admitted the offenses during
questioning and was arrested,
Hampton Officer S. Donaldson
said.
Young, 35, was charged
with burglary, grand theft,
criminal mischief, loitering and
prowling, according tio Officer
Donaldson.
Young was released from
custody after a $40,000 surety
bond was posted.
Angela Jo Strickland, 28, of
Hampton was arrested March
17 for driving while: license
suspended or revoked. She was
driving's Young's truck at the
time of her arrest, Officer
Donaldson said.
A $500 surety bond was
posted for her release from
custody.


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:
Thaddius Joey Williams, 33,
of Lawtey was arrested March
21 by Bradford Deputy Aaron
Black for aggravated battery.
Williams was charged with
striking the pregnant victim in.
the face, causing her to fall,
Deputy Black said. A $10,000
surety bond was posted for his
release from custody.


William Belote, 18, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
March 22 by Clay for
possession of drug
paraphernalia and possession
cannabis.
Joshua Mangus, 19, of'
Keystone Heights was arrested
March 23 by Clay for
possession of cannabis.
Bryon A. Rehberg, 44, of
Starke was arrested March 20
by Starke Patrolman P.A. King
for possession of cocaine. A
bag containing cocaine was
found in Rehberg's pocket,
Patrolman King said. Bond on
the charge was set at $15,000.
Arnold Kenneth Franklin,
31, of Starke was arrested
March 22 by Union Deputy
John Gootee for disorderly
conduct. While on patrol at
1:01 a.m. the deputy responded
to a loud disturbance at the
Double Deuce Lounge parking
lot. Franklin appeared to be the
aggressor in the altercation and
was taken into custody when he
refused to cooperate with the
officers, Deputy Gootee said.
He continued to be verbally
abusive during transport to the
jail.

Ennis L. Lariscey, 33, of
Starke was arrested March 22
by Bradford Deputy Josh Luke
on a writ of bodily attachment.
He may purge by paying
$2,150.
Michael Castor, 48, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
March 20 by Clay deputies on
a warrant for stalking.
Jerry King, 31, of Keystone
Heights was arrested March 20
by Clay deputies for criminal
mischief and on a warrant for
failure to appear petit theft.
Shawn Pons, 22, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
March 18 by Clay deputies for
violation of probation robbery.
Michael Wayne Hall, 32, of
Starke was arrested March 21
by probation officers for
violation of community
control. Hall was seen at Wal-
Mart without permission to be
away from his approved,
residence. He -has, a pribr
history of violence, according
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2 arrested
for racing
Two drivers were arrested
March 19 for unlawful speed
and racing on the highway.
While on -patrol at 9:37
p.m., the deputy saw a white
vehicle and a motorcycle
westbound on C.R. 18, both
traveling at a high rate of
speed, according to Union
Deputy John Gootee.
The radar detected speed of
110 mph in a 50 mph zone,
Deputy Gootee said. The
vehicles appeared to be racing.
Nicholas Cyr, 27, the driver
of the motorcycle, and Richard
Allen Murphy Jr., 18, the
driver of the passenger car, both
of Lake Butler, were stopped
for questioning and taken into
custody, Deputy Gootee said.
Both were issued citations.

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:

Carl Clinton Griffin, 24, of
Starke was arrested March 20
by probation officers for
violation of sexual offender
probation for lewd and
lascivious battery. Griffin left
his electronic monitoring
tracking device at his residence


while he travelled to the local
recycling center, according to
his probation officer.

Rachel L. Bolton, 22, of
Starke was arrested March 21
by probation officers for
violation of community control
for the offense of aggravated
assault with a deadly weapon.
Bolton was seen at a
convenience store in Reno
without permission of her
probation officer. Bolton is
confined to .her approved
residence. She had a history of
vic..;.,;c. a ,'. '.Ji .to ;I.'.
probation officer.

Dean R. Sinor, 41, of
Panama City Beach was
arrested March 21 by Deputy
Luke for failure to appear for
violation of probation for two
counts false verification of
ownership to a pawn shop,
Deputy Luke said.
Ronald Wayne Knea, 50, of
Hawthorne was arrested March
19 by Bradford Deputy W.D.
Thompson for failure to appear
contracting without a license.
Bond was set at $2,000.
James Vincent Grassia Jr.,
37, of Starke was arrested,
March 19 by Deputy
Thompson for failure to appear
for violation of probation.
Bond was set at $4,000.

Drew Geer, 23, of
Worthington Springs was
.arrested March 19 by Union
Deputy Mindy Goodwin for
failure to appear misdemeanor


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offense. Bond was set at
$2,500.

Chadd Ashley Thornton, 34,
of Fort White was arrested
March 20 by Union Capt.
H.M. Tomlinson on a capias
from Columbia County for
larceny. Bond was set at
$5,000.

Horace Joseph Jenkins Jr.,
39, of Worthington Springs
was arrested March 23 by
Union Deputy Robert S.
Andrews on a warrant for fraud,
false information to law
enforcement officer. Bond was
set at $2,500.

Jerry Alan Johnson, 33, of
Lake City was arrested March
22 by Union Deputy Donnie
Jones on a capias for failure to
appear. Bond was set at $2,500.

Traffic
Craig Warren Patterson, 38,
of Starke was arrested March 21
by Florida Highway Patrol
Trooper K.M. Boatright for
driving under the influence
(DUI) and giving false
information during a crash
investigation. Responding to a
traffic crash on U.S. 301 at 11
p.m., the trooper was advised
by Patterson that he had located
his 2005 Ford truck (at the
crash scene) after it had been
stolen from the Whataburger.
Patterson's hand was slightly
bleeding from an injury and he
appeared to be intoxicated,
Trooper Boatright said. Further
investigation revealed


From the Office of Bradford
County Sheriff Bob Milner


Economic Stimulus Scams
Most of us have heard about the Economic Stimulus checks; unfortunately many industrious con-
artists have as well and are taking full advantage of it. These con-artists are calling, mailing and
writing people saying their check is ready; but they need to verify some information and confirm how
much you are to receive. Once the unsuspecting person gives the o.k. the con-artist begins with
confirming your mailing address and quickly moves onto your bank account and other information.
The most important thing to remember is:
The IRS will not contact you about the Economic Stimulus check.
The only way you.will receive this check is if you file a 2007 Tax Return
The IRS will use the mailing address you place on your return to mail.
The checks will not start going out until May 2008.
There are more scams concerning our tax returns circulating involving rebates, audits and variations
of the IRS name with companies or individuals using the IRS acronym, but with different words (ex.
Internal Refund Service).
Remember:
* The IRS will not contact you via the telephone or e-mail.
* If you are contacted by someone claiming to be with the IRS, hang-up and call the IRS at
1-800-366-4484.
SIf you receive an email from someone claiming to be from the IRS forward the email to
Sphishing@irs.gov.
To learn more about scams involving the IRS go to www.irs.gov. For more ways you can protect
yourself from con-artists contact the Bradford County Sheriff's Office Community Relations Division
at 966-6307 or by email at rose_sansing@bradfordsheriff.org or
robert_smith@bradfordsheriff.org

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Patterson's story was
inconsistent with what actually
happened, Trooper Boatright
said. Patterson refused testing
and was placed under arrest.
Damage was estimated at
$2,000. He was released from
custody after a $6,000 surety
bond was posted.

Frank Arthur Williams Jr.,
40, of Starke was arrested
March 20 by Lawtey Patrolman
M.W. Starling for driving
while license suspended or
revoked (DWLS). He was
released from custody after a
$1,000 surety bond was posted.

Randy Dean Matney, 44, of
Lawtey was arrested March 20
by Patrolman King for DWLS
with knowledge and leaving the
scene of an accident with
property damage. Police
investigating a crash on North
Temple Avenue found
Matney's license was suspended
five times. Property damage
was estimated at $1,000.
Matney was released after a
$5,000 surety bond was posted.

Theodore:. Lynette Pittman,
49, of Starke was arrested
March 20 by. Pattolman King
for no valid driver's license
(NVDL) and on a warrant for
failure to -appear violation of
probation NVDL. Bond was set
at $5,000. He was released on
his own recognizance:
Christopher L. Mosley, 46,
of Hampton, a passenger in
Pittman's vehicle, was charged
with possession :of cocaine
when cocaine was found during
a search of the vehicle,
Patrolman King said. B6nd was
set at $15,000. ..

Ignacio : Goni,. : 29,: of
Jacksonville was arrested March
18 by Starke.:PAtri6lffan Jason
Crosby for operating a
motorcycle without a license
and failing to register vehicle.
Surety bonds totalling $1,000
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Keystone Heights was arrested
March 21 by Clay deputies for
no NVDL.

Adrian Franco Flores, 25, of
Durham, N.C. was arrested
March 19 by Lawtey Patrolman
Kelly Brown for NVDL. A
$500 cash bond was posted for
his release from custody.

Franklin Rose, 22, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
March 21 by Clay deputies for
contempt of court NVDL.

Wayne Crawford, 31, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
March 20 by Clay deputies on
a warrant for violation of
probation DWLS.

Michael Bell, 25, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
March 18 by Clay deputies on
a capias for failure to appear
DWLS.


FHP
checkpoint
locations
for April
The Florida Highway Patrol
will be conducting driver's
license and vehicle inspection
checkpoints during April ini
Bradford and Union counties.
Recognizing the danger
presented to the public byI
defective vehicle equipment!
troopers will concentrate their
efforts on vehicles being
operated with defects such as
bad brakes,. worn tires and
defective lighting equipment
In addition, attention will be
directed toward drivers who
violate the driver's license
laws of Florida.
The patrol .has found the
checkpoints to be an effective
means of enforcing thed
equipment and driver's license
laws of Florida while ensuring
the protection of all motorists.
The checkpoints are as
follows:

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

Bradford County
S.R. 230 east of Starke, C.R.
100A east of Starke, C.R. 231i
in Brooker, C.R. 225 west of
Lawtey, C.R. .225 at C.R. 227,i
C.R. 229 north of Starke,
Speedville Road, C.R. 221 in
Hampton, Southwest 75th
Avenue west of Starke, C.R.
18 at C.R. 221, C.R. 18 in
Hampton, C.R. 225 east of
Lawtey, C.R. 225 at C.R. 229,
S.R. 16 west of Starke, Market
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Bradford
Appearing before Judge
Johnny R. Hobbs Feb. 26 in
misdemeanor traffic court, the
following defendants received
final disposition in their cases:

Hector Manuel Ayiles pled
no contest possession of
cannabis, drug paraphernalia;
12 months Tri County
Probation, drug and alcohol
evaluation and treatment if
necessary, 50 hours
community service work,
$203.50 fines and court costs.
Jacob C. Careme pled no
contest possession of less than
20 grams of cannabis; 12
months Tri County Probation,
drug and alcohol evaluation, 50
hours community service
work, $203.50 fine and court
costs.
Bret J. Hines Jr. pled no
contest leaving scene of
accident involving property
damage; six months Tri
County Probation, letter of
apology, attend and complete
advanced defensive driving
school, $226.50 fine and court
costs.
Ashley Danielle Lee pled no
contest leaving scene without
giving information; six
months Tri County Probation,
letter bf apology to victim,
attend i advanced defensive
driving school, $226.50 fine
and cohrt costs.
Randall Green Pass pled no
contest driving while license
suspended or revoked (DWLS);
six months Tri County
Probation, obtain valid license,
$174.25 fine and court costs.
Tajh! O'Neal Williams pled
guilty no,valid driver's license;
six months Tri County
Probation, obtain valid license,
$177.25 fine and court costs.
Jail plea
David Leon Bass pled no
contest, possession of less than
20 grams of cannabis; 12
months Tri County Probation,
drug and alcohol evaluation,
$205 fine and court costs, 12
days county jail with 11 days
credit. Charges of possession
of drig paraphernalia and
trespass where notice had been
given were dismissed.
Shatintell Carter pled no
contest possession of less than
20 grams of cannabis; 12
Months Tri: County-Probation,
'dug and alcohol evaluation,
$205 fine and court costs, 12
days county jail with 10 days
credit.
Anthony Patrick Malone
pled no contest harassing
phone calls; $205 fine and
court costs within 120 days, no
contact with ;victim. A second
charge of harassing phone calls
was dismissed.
Jeffery W. Morrow pled no
contest possession of drug
paraphernalia; 12 months Tri
County Probation, 21 ,days
county; jail with credit, $205
fine and court costs, Criminal
Cognitive Intervention.

See PLEAS, p. 8B








-P-.- 8p .TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR--B-SECTION March 27, 2008


Cake
decorating
class at
career Center
The Bradford-Union Area
Career Technical Center will
start its cake decorating class
on Monday, April 21, at 6:30
p.m.
This is a six-week course,
and there is no prerequisite for
this class.
To become a member of this
class or to register come by the
center or call (904) 966-6778
or (904) 966-6700.

Kids can sign
up now for-
Starke Rec.
summer camp
Those interested in enrolling
their children in the Starke
Recreation Department's
summer camp may do so now
through June 13.
Cost of the camp, which
runs eight weeks from June
16-Aug. 8, is $200.
If you are interested in
learning more about this
summer program, please call
the Starke Recreation
Department at (904) 964-6792.


PLEAS
Continued from page 7B
Christopher G. Pierce pled
no contest theft of utilities; 12
months Tri County Probation,
Criminal Cognitive
Intervention, $205 fine and
court costs.
Henry Donaldson Stenson
pled no contest discharging
firearm in public, using a
firearm while impaired; $205
fine and court costs.
Freddie Monroe Stephens III
pled no contest DWLS; six
e months Tri County Probation,
obtain valid driver's license, 14
days county jail with 14 days
"credit, $205 fine and court
costs.
Lance Wade Tippins pled no
" contest DWLS; 12 months Tri
County Probation, obtain valid
license, $205 fine and court
costs, 27 days county jail with
27 days credit.
Frank Arthur' Williams pled
no- contest DWLS, possession
of drug paraphernalia; 12
months Tri County Probation,
obtain validlicense, $205 fine
and court "'costs, drug and
alcohol evaluation, 12 days
county jail with 11 days credit.


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Barbara Ann Tomlinson
And Weir Barton Jr.

Tomlinson,
Barton to
wed in April
Charles and Teresa
Tomlinson of Lake Butler
announce the engagement and
approaching marriage of their
daughter, Barbara Ann
Tomlinson, to Weir Stewart
Barton Jr., the son of Weir and
Barbara Barton Sr. of
Macclenny.
The bride-elect is a graduate
of Union County High School.
She is employed at Lake
Butler Hospital and attends
Johnstown Missionary Baptist
Church.
The groom-elect graduated
from Emanuel Christian
Academy in Macclenny. He is
employed at Wal-Mart
Distribution Center and
attends Faith Baptist Church
in Macclenny.
The wedding will take place
on Saturday, April 26, 2008,
at Johnstown Missionary
Baptist Church at 4 p.m. A
reception will follow at the
church fellowship hall.
All family and friends are
invited.


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Jennifer Morgan and
Robert Andrew Redding

Morgan and
Redding are
engaged
Ralph and Kim Morgan of
Starke announce the
engagement and approaching
marriage of their daughter,
Jennifer Michelle Morgan, to
Robert Andrew Redding, the
son of Butch and Mary
Redding of Starke.
The wedding will take place
on Saturday, Sept. 13, 2008, at
Cooper Hall in Camp
Blanding.


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Kaitlin
Smallwood
Robert and Becky Lynn
Smallwood of Worthington
Springs, announce the birth of
their daughter, Kaitlin
Elizabeth Smallwood, on
March 20, 2008, at the
Women's Center in
Gainesville.
Kaitlin weighed 7 pounds,
and measured 20 inches at
birth.
Kaitlin joins siblings, Olivia
Lynn and Jonathan Keegan.
Maternal grandparents are
Betty Hurst and Donald and
Hazel-Hurst. -
Paternal grandparents are
Nancy and Robert Smallwood.
Maternal great-grandparents.
are Anna and Jake Owen and
Betty Hicks and James Hurst.
Paternal great-grandparents
are Elizabeth Murr and Dan
and Celeste Murr and Daniel
and Estelle Smallwood.
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Starke, announce the birth of
their son, Avery Thomas
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Gainesville.
Avery weighed 8 pounds,
and measured 19 inches at
birth.
Avery joins a brother,
Mattox Kevin Burgin.
Maternal grandparents are
Pat Thompson and Mike
LeeBove of Hawthrone.
Paternal grandparents are
Billy and Brenda Burgin of
Raiford.
Maternal great-grandparents
are Gloria Meek of Keystone
Heights, Bud Thompson of
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Section C: Thursday, March 27, 2008 Telegraph Times Monitor


BHS grad claims win despite injury


Lindsay Fox returns
to racing go-karts,
claiming many wins
along the way

BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
It seemed to be an unlucky
break, figuratively and
literally.
Lindsay Fox was all set to,
compete in the Elite Karting
World. Championships at
Daytona International
Speedway in late December,
where she captured a win three
years ago, but was later
disqualified because of a
broken part.
However, her chance to
erase that memory seemed in
jeopardy when she broke her
ankle two days prior to the
race. Yet Fox not only went on
to compete as planned, she
sped her way to a win in the
light class, crossing the finish
line a hundreth of a second
ahead of David Linhardt.
Fox, a 1995 Bradford High
School graduate, was able to
race thanks to some tinkering
by her father, Wilshire
Walkup, a fellow kart racer,
that resulted in a hand throttle
on Fox's steering wheel.
"I wasn't sure how I'd do,"
Fox admitted,' "but I knew
after practice I'd be OK. My
lap times were where they
should be."
Still, despite spending an
entire day of practice getting
used to the hand throttle, Fox
found herself still trying to use
her foot during the race. She
drafted up on a driver and
lifted her foot to let off the gas.
All that resulted in was pain in
her foot and almost hitting the
driver she was drafting up on.
Using your left hand to do
what you're used to doing with
your right foot takes some


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Lindsay Fox leads her husband, Charles, in a race in
New Hampshire.


getting used to.
"I had to retrain my brain,"
Fox said.
Fox also earned a fifth-place
finish in another division at the
world championships, then
went on to use the hand
throttle again in a race at
Roebling Road Raceway in
Bloomingdale, Ga., in
February.
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foot down for 45 minutes, so I
did the hand throttle there and
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throttles.
"Let them," Fox said. "I
want my foot back."
Fox started racing go-karts
when she was 18, but has done
so continuously for the past
five years after spending some
time racing cars.
"The cars were fun, but I
had just as much fun in a go-
kart," Fox said. "I can race a
lot more in a year. I can race
three times in the race car, or
with the go-kart I can race 12
or 15 times."
What Fox found is that there
is more of a competitive nature
among car drivers than kart
drivers. Car drivers also spend
a lot more money to put the
fastest car out on the track,
something Fox could not
compete with. She said drivers
will buy new tires for every
race, whereas she was picking
up the used tires those drivers
were discarding.
A lot of drivers also had
teams assembled that did all of
the prep work on their
vehicles.
"(The drivers) didn't do
anything with their car," Fox
said. "They paid this team to
do everything to their car. I
was kind of up against the
money and experience of a
leam."
Fox said she is content to
stick with racing karts. There
are some'serious competitors
to be found in some kart series,
such as you might find among
car drivers, but the series Fox
currently races in -is not'-like-
that at all. She said everyone
she races against is laid back,
as they understand the stakes
are not any higher than simply
obtaining a trophy.
The kart drivers in the series
she races in are also willing to.
help each other. If Fox wants
to run a particular gear, for
example, and her father is


already using it, she can go
borrow one from another
driver.
"Everybody helps you with
your setup," Fox said. "You
can ask somebody what gear
they're running and they're not
going to lie to you to throw
you off. They tell you what
they're running."
Fox likened the atmosphere
to being a part of a "big
family." Her own family is
another appeal of racing karts.
When she drove a car, Fox was
the only one in her family
doing so. Now, in the kart
series, Fox participates with
her husband and her father.
She said she and her
husband are pretty equal as
drivers, but admitted that her
father will sometimes defeat
her, her husband or both.
That's a cause for some good-
natured ribbing about the "old
man beating you," Fox said.
Wilshire Walkup likes to
tinker with new things on the
karts, which are then tried out
in practice runs to determine


highlights include winning the
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championship and earning
national wins in 2004, 2005
(twice), 2006 and 2007
(twice).


Lindsay Fox
gets her kart
started by her
father, Wilshire
Walkup, at the
Roebling
National in
February 2007.






what will work and what won't
work, Fox said.
"I always try something new
first," Fox said. "Anything he
-comes up with, I. do it first."
Fox admitted her father is a
bit of a perfectionist when it
comes to putting in a lot of
time working on karts.
"Charles and I joke that we
know that's what makes us go
fast is him being so picky
about everything," Fox said.
She quickly added, "It's a
good thing one of us is that
way."
Fox introduced her husband.
to go-karts after the two met
each other while both working
at the speedway in Daytona.
He had never raced before and
knew nothing about road
courses, Fox said.
Charles began racing karts in
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"He's won four national
championships," Fox said. "He
kind of took it and ran."
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in 1995 in Jacksonville. Since
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SThe Democrats' dilemma


To say Democrats are facing a
dilemmain Florida isan understatement
of gargantuan proportions; and to say
it was caused by anyone other than
themselves is a diversion to evade
facing the hard truth. If ever a group
shot itself in its collective foot it was
the Democratic National Committee,
chaired by Howard Dean, losing
candidate for the party nomination in
2004.
In reviewing information that brought
this situation about, it was found
that both Democrats and Republicans
in the Florida Legislature desired to
move the Florida presidential primary
forward to have a greater voice in
choosing nominees for president. The
Democrats wanted to name Feb. 5 as
the date, but Republicans pushed for
Jan. 29, one week earlier.
Since Republicans were the majority
party in Tallahassee, the earlier
date was entered into the proposed
statute. When it came to a vote, the
Democrats voted almost unanimously
for passage, along with Republicans,
to hold the primary on Jan. 29.
The Democrats obviously do not
want to talk about their voting for
the bill, and have been anxiously
searching for an excuse that will
justify their vote; not an easy task.
They now claim the early voting bill


Many tears
shed for a
special lady
Letter to the Editor
There have been many tears
shed and many prayers said by
the passing of Becky Reddish.
Word spread rapidly of the
devastating news about the
death of a dedicated member
of our school system and
community. Many in our
community join the family in
mourning the loss of this
wonderful' lady. There will be
a huge void felt by the
employees" of the Bradford
County School District as well
as members of our community
that her life touched.
Her long career as an
educator started with her
employment as a secretary at
the Vo-tech center, assistant
principal at BHS, principal at
Lawtey, principal at BMS,
director of curriculum and to


included a provision for a paper trail
for ballots, and they voted for the
early voting bill to insure the passage
of the traceable ballot.
This claim has a hollow ring, since
the state was using paper ballots in
2000 when Democrats claimed there
was subterfuge in the election. Since
then, some Florida counties have gone
to electronic voting machines, but
recently Colorado Secretary of State
Mike Coffman has decertified state
electronic voting machines because of
security risks.
Regardless, voting for a bill to
ensure passage of a balloting paper
trail, thereby disenfranchising more
than 1.7 million Democrats who voted
Jan. 29, is ludicrous, to say the least,
and criminal at worst.
U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson said, "It's
a constitutional right to have our'
votes counted," to which Floridians
respond, "Right on!"
Dean and the DNC have pulled
a boo-boo of unprecedented
proportions and it's time for them
to eat crow, apologize to the nation,
and return Democratic delegates to
full citizenship rights. Anything less
may very well cost them the 2008
presidential election (and it should).
By Buster Rahn,
Telegraph Editorialist


her latest appointment as
human resource director for
Bradford .County School
District.
Becky's life was dedicated
to her family and our local
schools. Many years she
struggled to upgrade and
.improve our schools. This
dedication and determination
resulted in active participation
in many community
projects.....all of which were
designated to make Bradford
County a better place to live.
What an inspiration she was to
her family, co-workers, and
friends.
As a retiree of the Bradford
County School District (30
years), it has been a privilege
for me to follow the progress
of Becky Reddish throughout
her career. As a wife, a
mother, a MeMe, a highly
motivated educator, and an
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wearing the green or offering a
kind-hearted pinch to those
who do not. It's not about the
leprechauns, pots of gold and
pitchers of green beer. Nope
my friends, St. Patty's Day
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me a source of power and
strength. Becky Reddish
opened the door to a career in
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electricity for life. I offer my
empathy and condolences to
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Indians rally
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in baseball
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Keystone Heights scored
five runs in the fifth and sixth
innings to overcome a 2-0
deficit and defeat host Clay 5-
2 in a non-district baseball
game on March 20 in Green
Cove Springs.
The Indians (8-4) got key
hits from Austin Alvers, Brett
Anderson and Ryan Latner in
the come-from-behind win.
Each batter had an RBI.
Chase Chambers, Colton
Crews and Clayton Mosley
contributed as well with two
hits each.
Clay scored both of its runs
in the first inning, but
Keystone starting pitcher Nick
Riemer showed "great
composure," Keystone head
coach Alan Mattox said, in
shutting down the Blue Devils
after that. Riemer pitched four-
and-two-thirds innings, giving
up five hits.
Kyle Cravey picked up the
win in relief. He gave up two
hits and struck out four.
"He located extremely well
and controlled the late
innings," Mattox said of
Cravey.
Keystone, which has won
three straight, will travel to
Starke to play Bradford
tonight, March 27, at 7 p.m.
The Indians then host District
6-3A opponent Interlachen on
Friday, March 28, at 7 p.m.
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Earlier results:

Palatka 8 KHHS 2
Only three batters had hits
for the Indians in an 8-2 loss to
Palatka on March '17 in
Palatka'.
Three Palatka pitchers
combined to strike out nine
batters and allow'one hit each
to Anderson, Chambers and
Scott O'Steen.
KeyStone did take a 2-0 lead
in the second inning, but the
Panthers rallied with the help
of three hits that scored two
runs each. Two of those hits
occurred with two outs.

KH 10 Crescent 0
The Indians got it done
offensively and defensively in
handing district opponent
Crescent City a 10-0 loss in
five innings on March 18 in
Keystone.
Robbie Latner went 3-for-3
at the plate, driving in two
runs, while Chambers and
Clayton Mosley each had two
RBI as well.
Mosley earned the win on
the mound, limiting the
Raiders to just one hit with
four strikeouts.
Mattox said it was a good
team win in which the Indians
got the big hits when they
needed them and turned in a
solid effort defensively to back
up Mosley's performance on
the mound.
"I was proud of our players
the way they executed and
played with great purpose,"

See KHHS, p. 6C


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to hold 5-run
lead, lose 8-6
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
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"We're having to throw
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Waters said.
Offensively, Bradford had
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Coe were each 2-for-3, while
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and Trey Winkler were each 2-
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Keystone
sweeps Union
in softball

BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
The Keystone Heights
softball team scored a total of
24 runs in defeating District 6-
3A opponent Union County
twice last week.
Two walks \'ith the bases
loaded gave Union two runs in
the bottom of the third to keep
tho game close at 3-2 in the
teams' first meeting on March
17 in Lake Butler. Keystone,
however, would score eight
unanswered runs to win 11-2.
Sam Sibley, who went 4-for-
5, drove in the first two runs of
the game for Keystone in the
top of the third with a double.
Sibley later scored on a single
by Tori Jolley.
The Tigers came right back.
Hannah Tucker hit a double,
while a walk and an error
loaded the bases. Erica
Townsend and Jordan
Windham each drew a walk to
force two runs home.
Jessica Knight hit an RBI
single in the fourth to put
Keystone up 4-2. Knight
scored on a double by
\Courtney Casas, while Sibley
scored on a fielder's choice for
1i0two more runs in the inning.
A four-run sixth included an
RBI single by Alyssa
'Velazquez and an RBI by Kari
SiMinor on a sacrifice fly.


Kim Russell scored the
Indians' last run in the seventh.
She singled and rounded the
bases on passed balls.
Knight was the winning
pitcher. She struck out 10
Union batters.
Lindsay Harp (5-2) turned in
a strong outing for Keystone in
its second game with Union,
giving up just four hits in a 13-
3 Indians win on March 18 in
Keystone.
Again, the Tigers were able
to stay with the Indians early.
Keystone went up 3-0 in the
first, getting RBI singles from
Knight and Velazquez.
Velazquez scored the third run
on an error.
Union tied the game in the
top of the third. Jessica Parrish
drove in one run with a double
before scoring on a single by
Townsend. Courtesy runner
Danielle Giebeig scored on a
Hannah Tucker single.
That would be all for the
Tigers,- though, as Keystone
came back and scored six runs
in the bottom of the inning.
Knight and Ryan Story each
had an RBI single, while
Sibley hit a single that drove in
two runs. Errors were
responsible for the other runs
in the inning.
Keystone went up 12-3 in
the fifth. Casas and Knight
each singled and later scored
on errors. Russell had a single
that scored Sibley.
The game ended in the sixth
when Minor, who singled,
scored on a triple by Casas.
Knight and Casas finished
the game 3-for-4 and 3-for-5,


respectively, while Russell and
Sibley were each 2-for-4.

Indians go 1-1 after
facing Tigers
Keystone was attempting to
win its fifth straight game after
its second win over Union, but
committed seven 'errors in an
8-1 loss to Columbia on March
19 in Keystone.
The Indians played error-
free ball in their next outing,
but committed four in the
seventh inning, losing a 7-1
lead but hanging on for a 7-5
win on March 20.
An error led to a Keystone
run in the first inning, but the
Red Devils tied the game in
the third.
Ashlee Cirigliano, who was
2-for-3, drove in two runs with
a double in the fourth to put
Keystone up 3-1.
In the sixth, Velazquez
reached on an error. Another
error allowed courtesy runner
Minor to score. Cirigliano then
hit a triple and scored on a
single by Story. Story scored
on a double by Casas, who
then scored on a single by
Knight.
Casas finished the game 3-
for-3.
Williston took advantage of
two errors and a'walk to score
four runs on two two-run hits
in the seventh.
Knight earned the win for
Keystone to improve her
record to 6-2.
The Indians improved to 11.-
5.


6 more
Keystone
lifters earn
sectional bids
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Four days after Keystone
Heights qualified two for the
April 5 boys' sectional
weightlifting meet, six more
qualified at a second sub-
sectional meet held March 21
at Baker County High School
in Glen St. Mary.
Dennis Taylor (119-pound
class), Garrett Strickland
(154), Greg Taylor (199) and
Tommy Fowler (219) earned
sectional bids by winning their
weight classes, while Harry
Snover' (139) and Marcel
Robinson (183) did so with
second-place finishes.
Keystone heavyweight lifter
Brandon Boettcher, who was a
state qualifier last year,
scratched on all three of his
clean and jerk attempts.
However, Keystone coach
Lantz Lowery believes
Boettcher should still earn a
state bid based on the 730-
pound total he compiled in the
first sub-sectional meet on
March 17.
The totals for Keystone's
first-place lifters at the March
21 sub-sectional were: Dennis
Taylor 345 pounds (190 bench
press, 155 clean and jerk),
Strickland 490 (265, 225),
Greg Taylor 590 (315, 275)


and Fowler 555 (290,265).
Snover finished with a 395-
pound total (210, 185), while
Robinson had a 575-pound
total (315,260).
The sectional meet, which is
the next step in qualifying for
state, will be held Saturday,
April 5, at Baker County High
School.



BHS
Continued from page 5C

inning with a single and
moved to second on.an error,
which also allowed Beard to
reach safely. Both runners
scored on a hit-and-run play
that resulted in a single by
John Ryan Palladino.
Beard drove in his team's
last run with a single in the
sixth.
Bradford played District 3-
4A opponent Baker County.
this past Tuesday and will host
Keystone Heights tonight,
March 27, at 7 p.m. The
Tornadoes host district
opponent Santa Fe on
Saturday, March 29, at 2 p.m.
before traveling to Live Oak to
play district opponent
Suwannee on Tuesday, April
1,at7 p.m.
The Tornadoes had an 0-7
district record prior to playing
Baker County on March 25.
On Wednesday, April 2,
Bradford will travel to play


Interlachen at 4 p.m.

Earlier results:
Broncos 13 BHS 2
Waters planned on using
more than one pitcher in his
team's March 18 game against
district opponent Middleburg,
but two pitchers he planned on
using could not go because of
injuries.
What resulted was a 13-2
loss in which the visiting
Broncos took advantage of I1
hits and nine walks.
Bradford, meanwhile, only
had two hits. One was an RBI
single by Fogarty in the
second, which scored Beard,
who reached on an error.
The other hit was a lead-off
triple by Palladino in the
fourth. Palladino scored from
third on a passed ball.

Ridgeview 6 BHS 1
Bradford's offense struggled
for the second straight game,
failing to deliver key hits in
crucial situations in a 6-1 loss
to district opponent Ridgeview
on March 20 in Orange Park.
The Tornadoes loaded the
bases several times with two
outs, but just could not get the
hits necessary to drive runs
home.
Bradford finished the game
with four hits, with Beard
going 2-for-3.
Palladino scored the
Tornadoes' lone run when he
led off the sixth with a double.
A ground ball by Duncan
brought him home.


KHHS
Continued from page 5C

SMattox said.
The Indians scored all the
Runs hey needed in the first.
SAndrew Secules scored on an
;error, while Cole Belote scored
on a double by Mosley.
Latner delivered an RBI
triple 'in the second inning,
Swhich"vas followed by a two-
run double by Chambers and
another RBI by Crews.
Belote led off the fifth with a
double and was driven home
by Mosley. Latner had an RBI
single before two runs scored
on an error to end the game.

KH 1~ Interlachen.2
Keystone defeated a district
[i opponeLjity.jouble figures for
the third straight time as
Secules allowed five hits and


struck out 10 in a 12-2 win
over host Interlachen on March
19.
The Rams scored two runs
in the first, one of which
occurred on Matt Byrd's lead-
off home run, and held the lead
until the Indians plated seven
runs in the fourth.
Secules capped his team's
scoring in the fifth when he hit
a grand slam-the Indians'
second of the season (Crews
hit one on March 10).
At the plate, Secules was 2-
for-3. Mosley and Crews were
perfect also, going 3-for-3 and'
2-for-2, respectively. Both of
Crews' hits were doubles. He
drove in two runs.
Mosley and O'Steen each hit
one double.
The win kept the Indians
unbeaten in-district play, but,
Mattox was concerned with his
team's fou-errors: !I!
"We have to do a better job
defensively," he said.


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Keystone

earns 2 wins

at county

track meet
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Greg Taylor and Liz
Wheeler each earned a win and
the boys' and girls' track and
field teams of Kesytone
Heights combined for four
runner-up finishes at the Clay
County Championships on
March 20 in Middleburg.


Taylor won the shot put with
a distance of 43'6.5", while
Wheeler won the 330m hurdles
with a time of 52 seconds.
The boys' team, which
placed fourth out of five teams
with 57 points, had three
second-place finishers; Kirby
Vinson in the high jump
(5'8"), Nathan Buchanan in
the 800m (2:10) and Daniel
Wheeler in the 1600m (5:02).
Buchanan also earned two
third-place finishes in the high
jump (5'8") and long jump
(19'9.5"). Wheeler placed
third in the boys' 3200m with
a time of 11:05.
Taylor placed fourth in the


discus with a throw of 114'2".
Ridgeview topped the boys'
team standings with 181
points, while Clay was runner-
up with 173 points.
Middleburg was third with 64
points, while Orange Park
finished behind Keystone with
38 points.
Liz Wheeler helped the
Keystone girls' team to its
only second-place finish. She
joined Raquel Doty-O'Kelley,
Kayla Goodwin and Christina
Brantley on the 4x800m relay.
team, which finished with a
time of 11:30.
The girls' team, like the
boys' team, placed fourth,


earning 22 points.
Ridgeview and Middleburg
took first and second,
respectively, with 271 and 100
points, while Clay was third
with 85 points. Orange Park
was fifth with 19 points.


Covington,

Davis earn 3

wins for BHS

BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Chuckie Covington won two
events, while Jarvis Davis set a


personal record in winning
another during the Bradford
track and field teams'
performance at the Oak Hall
Invitational on March 19 in
Gainesville.
Covington won both the
100m and 200m with times of
10.77 and 22.44 seconds,
respectively, while Davis'
personal record of 6'2"
claimed the top spot in the
high jump.
The Bradford boys' team,
which placed fifth with 53
points, had two other top-five
finishes: Markael Moore with
a third-place finish in the high
jump (5'10") and' Andrew


Warren with a fourth-place
finish in the pole vault (8'0").
Other Bradford boys' results
were: long jump-Moore
20'3", sixth, Malcolm Moore
18'5", 13"'; triple jump-Brian
Pinckney 36'7", sixth;
discus-Jarrin Sinimons
93'0.5", 17'"; shot put-James
Shannon 29'6", 25th, Reggie
Dix 27'1", 27'h; 100m-
Reggie. Thomas 11.63, 13"';
1600m-Justin Clem 5:16.80,
ninth, Warren 5:50.88, 14th;
4x 100m -Joseph Lombel,
Tyrail Slocum, Adrian Mosley,
Thomas 45.42, sixth; 400m-

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VICE CHARGE will be LX, out the door, $3,950.
added to all billings to See morecars, trucksand
cover postage & handling, vans at dasmiddleburg.
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at 12 noon prior to that call 904-214-9357.
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for the first 20 words, -'99 Ranger XLT 4dr V6.
then 20 cents per word Out the door for $7,450.
thereafter. Call 904-214-9357 or map
42 it at dasmiddleburg.com.
42 DAVE'S AUTO SALES
Motor Vehicles INC. '03 PT Cruiser GT,
2007 RED JEEP GRAND $9,950. Price includes
CHEROKEE. Real clean, everything. Call 904-
need to sell. Call Jer- 214-9357 or map it at
rod for details, 904-364- dasmiddleburg.com.
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miles, all power. Call to $200. Dave's Auto
John at 904-263-0586. Sales, Inc. 2885 Blanding
2005 DODGE NEON Sb- Blvd, Middleburg, 904-
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GAS. Call Ed at 904-
964-5886.
2007 DODGE CHARGER, W E L a!
LOW MILES. Looks
good, call Cori at 904-
964-5886. CONCRETE
2005 JEEP WRANGLER
LIFTED UP, looks good. ww artit
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5886
2001 FORD ESCORT 2X2
WITH CD PLAYER. Good
condition. $2.700 Call
904-964-9462
GAS SAVER 1990 CAM-
RY. Asking $1,200, call
352-317-7546.
'93 CHEVY SUBURBAN,
$1,500 OBO. CALL 904-
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'"003 HONDA 750C,: &ACE'
-Orange light oa' easy.
removal windshield Mui'
tang seat, sissy bar with
backrest, hard bags, co-
bra pipes, floor boards
f/r. Excellent condition,
asking $4,000. Call 386-
431-1504.
43
RVs and
Campers
1987 FLEETWOOD
SOUTHWIND, 27'.
$7,900, runs great. Call
352-317-7546.
MUST SELL IMMEDIATELY
'05 CAVALIER TRAVEL
TRAILER, 32'. Roof air,
XL refrigerator, many ex-
tras. $11,50000BO. Gotta
go, call 352-274-7071.
45
Land for Sale
MIDDLEBURG/KEY-
STONE/PUTNAM. Lots
for sale, 1/3 acre and
up, low down. Owner
financing available. Call
1-800-616-8373.


1.75 ACRES, BEAUTIFUL
HIGH AND DRY PAS-
TURE LAND. Mobile
homes and horses al-
lowed. Asking $29,900.
Call 904-422-0470 (own-
er/agent).
STARKE/LAKE BUTLER
AREA 1 1/2 acres to 4
acre lots with pond and
river. Granddaddy oaks
and rolling hills. Call 386-
496-0683 or 352-284-
S7608.
220 ACRES SOUTH
GEORGIA. Rolling wood-
land with deer and turkey.
Includes cabin with deep
well and a creek on paved
road. Asking $479K, call
912-568-7480.
ONE ACRE LOT READY
FOR HOUSE OR MO-
BILE HOME. North of
Keystone, one block off
SR21. No impact fees,
well/septic/power pole
already in place. Very
private, ready to build
or place mobile home.
Minutes from Keystone.
$33,900, call' 904-669-
9783.
2 ACRES COUNTRY LIV-
ING IN GRAHAM. 4/2,
$825(mth. Other proper-
ties available also. Call
352-468-1011.
47


Commercial
Property (Rent,
Lease, Sale)
FOR LEASE OR sale. Ideal
location 2 parcel' 2800
SOFT building wrvr ,jr.
lice barn nmn, sioraqe
5 acres :,,n of Souuln 3011
Also 8 acres partially
cleared Bolh IoS 3/0lh 01
a mile Irom new almrr3r
Call 904-964 3827 lr
more inlormalion
DOWNTOWN ST RKE
proiessiorn.3al .lli,:es lor
rent Conlerene room
licnen uliiilie and more
Sprovaed C'aii' .id 96
2616
SOt' STid hEil ,liEA RTf'
,OF DCOW.JNTOVW,' ill
Call St., $201,000 new
roof, designed for res-
taurant. Also, one retail
store, downtown Starke,
$179,500 109 Call St..
new roof, good for office,
retail, etc. Call 904-964-
4111.
NEW PROFESSIONAL OF-
FICES at 417 West Call
Street for lease. Ideal for
medical, legal, account-
ing or business offices.
$350 including utilities
. and taxes, or all 4 offices
for $290 each plus utilities
and taxes. Call 352-275-
8531 today for a walk
through.
48


Homes for Sale
3/1 STUCCO HOME AT-
TACHED TO A 1/1 EF-
FICIENCY. 6 acres with
additional above ground
septic, deep well with pos-
sibilityof additional mobile
home or RV. Located 2


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Starke, FL

We Haul Redi-Mixed Concrete
In our 1-Yard Mixing Trailer from
our plant to your redi-forms.
$149 per yd + tax.. deliveredto you!
1-yard = 80 sq. ft. at 4" deep


miles from Starke on Hwy
100, 134th St. $184.000,
financing possible with
approved credit. Call John
at 904-964-6305.
2 BED 1 BATH, 29 gage
metal roof, new electil-
cal wiring, plumbing. AC
unit, cabinets, floor cov-
ering, Florida Power and
Light utilities, 2 miles N.
of Starke on 301, $85K.
Price reduced, make offer.
Phone (352) 745-0039.
3/2 HOUSE IN KEYSTONE
HEIGHTS, CLAY COUN-
TY. 2 acres, sprinkler
system, fireplace, vaulted
ceilings, 10 years old.
Spanish Moss Dr., asking
$150K. Call 352-473-
3365.
HOME FOR SALE 3/1,
1,100 SQ FT. Totally
remdoeled on one acre,
Bradford County. Immo-
kalee Rd., one mile from
Keystone Heights. New
CH/A. 12x24 utility shed
$102K. call 904-364-6806
or 904-964-6128
STARKE 3/1. $122.500
NICELY RENOVATED,
corner lot, $4K rebate.
Credit problem ok. R.
Austin Realty, Inc., 904-
796-0862.
49
Mobile Homes
for Sale
3/2 AND 4/2 HOMES. WE
CAN FINANCE ANY-
BODY. Starting at $350/
mth. Call CJ at 352-622-
9996
PRICES KNOCKED OFF 1
AS MUCH AS E 15 H'IIl
FHA linaning, ava,,a.ble
1) down Call C.i al 352
622.9996
NICE 48R MOBILE H-',M.E
TAKE OVER PA' MENTS
Only $537;mlh Call Josn
.aN 352 622-9969
LIVE OAK HOME 312 1 145,
SO FT Reduced up 10
$12 000 off orngnai sales
price wrlh inancong a 6'.:
,-'.all _',i.le?' -morr,., jl
*.. S5M351212B6. *,-:-. .. ,
'C' O'R,'eD '*.. '/EARS '
LEFT. Take over pay-
ments. Call Josh at 352-
622-9996.
OVER-STOCKED! OVER
5 HOMES starting at
$29,899. Must go. Call
352-351-8514.
KNOCK OFF UPTO $17,000
OFF MOBILE HOME
PRICES. FHA financing


available. downw. Call
352-351-8514.
AWESOME 4BR MOBILE
HOME. Take over pay-
ments at only $537/mth.
Call 352-351-8514.
ONLY ONE LEFT, 28X52 4/2
2007 MODEL. $43,400
delivered, set-up, AC,
skirting and steps include.
ed. Call 352-351-8514.
2007 FACTORY REPOS.
Never lived in. Starting
at $36,795. Delivered and
set-up on your lot. Call
352-351-8514.
28X804/2 WITH TOO MANY
OPTIONS TO LIST.
$1,000 down, $599/mth.
Call South Pine Homes,
352-671-9210.
DRIVE A LITTLE, SAVE A
LOT. 3/2, $28,233 de-
livered. Call 352-671-
9210.


NEW, USED, REPOS.
Starting at $29,900.
Ocala's premier dealer,
call 352-671-9210.
SPECIAL NEW 2008 28'
WIDE 3/2. Set-up and
delivered, A/C, skirting
and decks. Starting at
$36,995 or $329/mth.
Call 386-344-3908
NEW 4/2 DOUBLEWIDE,
JUST $43,999. Must
see, payments starting
at $322.39. Call 386-
344-3908.
TIRED OF"ALL THE EX-
TRAS THAT YOU DON'T
KNOW ABOUT or don't
plan for? Then buy my
28x80 for $67K. Includes
permits, well, septic, pow-
er pole, all hook-ups, set-
up, A/C, skirting, steps.
No impact fees. Call B.B.


386-344-3908.
ONE ACRE WITH 2BR MO-
BILE HOME. 6860 NW
204th Terr, Slarke, FL
Call 1-802-897-8624 or
904-782-3626
NEW 2/2. 1180 SQ FT. DE-
LIVERY, SETUP, STEPS,
skirting, air condition.
Only 2 left at $39,500.
Hurry to Clayton Homes,
6140 S Pine Ave., Ocala.
Call 352-622-1059.
3/2 JUST REMODELED
WITH NEW APPLIANC-
ES on one acre in Pedro
area. Impact fee paid.
Looks great. $500/mth
with down payment of
$650. Call 352-622-1059,
won't last long.
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2/1.5-ON LAKE GENEVA.
$475/mth. Call 352-473-
2919
ONE ACRE LOT FOR RENT
MOBILE HOME READY.
No travel trailer or RV.
$200/mth. call 904-796-
0442.
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR
RENT! COMPLETE with
CH/A, cable provided, all
utilities paid! Central loca-
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month's rent for senior cit-
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bath, $115 $135. /wk.
Room without bath, $100.
Laundry facilities avail-
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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.
SCall 352-468-1323.
SPECIAL-RENT 2 & 3BR
homes, newly renovated.
Deposit required. Call
678-438-6828 or 678-
438-2865, for more infor-
mation.
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assistance for qualified
appl-cants 1,2,3 & 4.BR
HC & non HC acces-
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provided Equal Housing
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2/1 GARAGE APARTMENT.
Private, but in town. $450,
first, last, deposit, lease.
Call 904-964-3579.
$499 MOVE-IN SPECIAL.
2 & 3 BR mobile homes.
Hidden Oaks Manufac-
lured Home Community,
Lake Butler. Call for de-
tails, 386-496-8111.
3BR RENTAL $900/MTH.
CALLSUSAN FAULKNER
O'NEAL, 352-745-1212,
owner/agent.
2/1 BLOCK HOUSE CH/A,
SCREENED PORCH and
small yard in the country.
Washer/dryer hook-up,
$500/mth. Call 904-964-
3604.
3/1.5 HOUSE WITH CAR-
PORT, fenced backyard.
fireplace. $850/mth, first,
last and deposit. Outside
pets allowed. Available
April 1st, call 352-258-
6582.
"LOOK" 3/2, FRONT AND
BACK PORCH, total elec-
tric, carport, plenty of yard
space in a quiet commu-
nity within the city limits.
$750/mth, 103 Harutha
Dr., Starke (corner of Old
Lawtey Rd. and Harutha
Dr) Mr. Charles Cunning-
ham, 904-966-2911.
RAIFORD 4/2 ON 3 ACRES.
$800/mth with $500 se-
curity deposit. Call Mike
Brown at 904-626-5721 or
904-259-4891. Available
May 1.


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3/2 DOUBLEWIDE ON 1
ACRE CH/A, fireplace,
quiet area. Service ani-
mals only. $650/mth plus
deposit. Call 352-468-
3221.
2BR MOBILE HOME WITH
SCREENED PORCH,
nice lot and storage build-
ing. Hwy 16W and NE
239th Place. Call 386-
431-1200.
STARKE LARGE 3/2 DOU-
BLEWIDE. $600/mth
plus deposit. Call 352-
235-6319.
3/2 SINGLEWIDE WITH
BIG YARD AND PORCH.
$650/mth plus $300/dep.
Call 904-284-9223 or cell
904-305-8287.
2/1 SINGLEWIDE WITH
NEW FLOORS AND
PAINT. $5,00/mth plus
$300/dep. Call 904-284-
9223 or 904-305-82R7.
2/1 IN STARKE WITH CH/A
AND W/D. Fenced corner
lot, $625/mth. Call 904-
614-7170.

1BR WITH BATH, KITCHEN
AND PORCH. Monthly
includes electricity and
HBO. $600/mlh iplus
$400/dep. Call 904-759-
5873.
LAKE ALTO ESTATES MO-
BILE HOME. 2/1 with
carport, freshly updated,
washer/dryer 'hook-up.
Service animals only.
$500/mth plus deposit/
security Call 317-748-
7912
2/1 5 MOBILE HOME. CH/A
and 2 decks. Washer and
dryer, garbage tick-up
included. Lake Bundy
near Grandin.. $560/mth
plus deposit. Call 904-
614-7170.
52
Animals & Pets
DOG TAGS DOG TAGS -
DOG TAGS! Buy them at
the Office Shop in Starke
on Call St. Only $4.75,
including postage. Many
colors, shapes and styles
to choose from. Call
904-964-5764 for more
information.
GATOR CLASSIC HORSE
SALE SATURDAY,
March 29. 10:30am tick,
2:30pm horses. Brad-
ford County Fairgrounds,
Starke, FL. Consign now.
660-258-4040.


CKC REGISTERED BEA-
GLE PUPPIES FOR
SALE. Females, $300
and males. $250. Taking
deposits now, ;eady after
their physical. Call 904-
964-3858.
GERMAN SHEPHERD
PUPPIES, 6 WEEKS
OLD. One male, five
females, $250. Call 904-
782-1672.
HORSES MUST SELL
ONE GELDING, ONE
MARE, one Welch pony.
$850 each. Saddle/tack
for pony. like new, $200.
All beautiful, gentle riding
horses. Call 904-964-
6516.

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Yard Sales
GARAGE SALE AT THE
CORNER STORE. 1497
Old Lawtey Rd., Slarke.
Some really good deals.
Saturday, 8am-6pm, rain
or shine.
3 FAMILY YARD SALE -
MARCH 27 & 28, 9am-
5pm. 2 blocks west of
301 on SR 16, turn right on
Lake St., look for sins.
GARAGE SALE/OPEN
HOUSE. Saturday, 3/29,
10am-2pm. 404 N Cherry
St. Rain date is 4/5/08.
HUGE ESTATE SALE AT
KEYSTONE GOLF AND
COUNTRY CLUB. March
28-30, 8am-5pm. Lo-
cated at 4179 SE 2nd
Ave., Keystone Heights,
FL. Take Hwy 21 be-
tween Melrose and Key-
stone to Keystone Golf
and Country Club, turn
in on SE 2nd Ave., follow
signs. A partial listing of
items: 4 china cabinets,
oak table, chairs, mu-
sic cabinet, desks, early
birds eye maple butlers.
chest, many dressers,
small tables, book cases,
rockers, mirrors, pictures,
-electric adjustable bed,
lamps of all kinds includ-
ing 10 tier crystal chande-
lier, display cases, fiesta-
ware, Noritake, Fenton,
Capo-Di-Monte, porcelain
figurines, linens, record's
kitchenware, yard orna
ments. 2 hand made
rugs .. much more, too
much to mention all.
THREE FAMILY YARD
SALE Friday and Sat-
urday, 9am-3pm. 16676


NE 19th Ave., Starke.
Just off SR16E, follow
signs. Lots of furniture,
baby items, knick-knacks,
clothes, shoes, purses,
misc. Don't miss this
one. Call 904-964-6516
or 904-964-2778.
TUPPERWAREAND HOME
INTERIORS GARAGE
SALE. Friday and Sat-
urday, March 28-29 and
April 4-5,9am-3pm. 1730
Raiford Rd (SR16W). Call
904-364-7790 or 352-
745-1106 for directions.

MULTI FAMILY YARD SALE
-1085 NEILCOURT (next
to Madison Street Baptist
Church), 8am-2pm, Sat-
urday, March 29. Baby
items, baby boy and little
boy clothes, toys, stroll-
ers (single and double),
furniture, misc. household
items, women clothes
and shoes. Everything
must go.
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY,
9AM-5PM. 7944 NW
CR225. One half mile
west of Northside Baptist
on CR225.

53B
Keystone
Yard Sales
YARD SALE AT 5641
CR352, KEYSTONE.
March 28 thru 30, 9am-
4pm. Washer, dryer and
portable dishwasher, din-
ing room table, desk, big
items like furniture and
appliances, kitchen items,
children's clothes and
toys, DVDs, etc.
YARD SALE SATURDAY,
3/29, 8AM-3PM. New
items. 885 SR100, Key-


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


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SFull carpeting and vinyl flooring
SCentral air conditioning and heating Custom cabinets
Ample parking One story only no stairs to climb
Lovely landscaping Patios & Porches for outdoor living
SConvenient laundry facilities No pets


&
Handicapped
Equipped


EQUAL HOUSING
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Faulkner Realty, Inc.
Susan Faulkner-O'Neal, Broker

(90419845069
405 W. Georgia St. Starke
faulknerrealty@embarqmail.com

AT


approx. 5 acre Farmette from this 3BR/1.5BA, completely
with 4BR Brick om o remodeled home. Tile floors in
with 4BR Brick Home. Lot kitchen and baths, new carpet, all
of space inside and out! new kitchen cabinets and lots of
Inground Pool! them! New appliances, garage.
Recent Price Reduction to Priced for quick sale. $139,900
$249,900 Call about DISCOUNTED


1 ACRE MH LOT
With Septic & power pole
Owner Financing
$29,900


Land Prices up to 20%
OFF through March 1st.
COMMERCIAL SITES available.
Vacant or with buildings.


stone at Lightning Pond.
ESTATE SALE KEY-
STONE HEIGHTS, Sat-
urday, 3/29, 8am-lpm.
7695 Clover Lane off
SR21 near Friendship
Bible Church. Call 352-
473-7556.
53C
Lake Butler
Yard Sales
HUGE GARAGE SALE
FRIDAY, SATURDAY
ANDSUNDAY. March28-
30, rain or shine. Some-
thing for everyone. Three
miles north of Lake Butler
on SR121, look for signs.
Call 386-496-1312.
55
Wanted
TOP PAY FOR UNWANT-
ED/JUNK CARS. Call
904-769-1251 or 904-
964-4477.
WANTED USED MEDIUM
SIZED UTILITY BUILD-
ING. Reasonably priced.
Must be in good condition.
Call 904-964-5405.
57
For Sale
BED KING SIZE Pillowtop
mattress and boxspring
with manufactures war-
ranty. Brand new still in
plastic. Can deliver. Sell
for $170. Call 352-372-
7490.
BEDROOM SET 7 piece
Gorgeous cherry queen/
king bed. dresser, mirror.


2 nightstands, chest avail-
able, dovetail construc-
tion. New still-in boxes.
Retail $6100, sacrifice for
$1100. 352-377-9846.
DINING ROOM SUITE-
beautiful cherry table, 6
chippendale chairs and
lighted hutch and buffet.
Brand new still boxed.
Can deliver. Retail $5800,
sacrifice $1100. 352-377-
9846.
BED-QUEEN orthopedic
Pillowtop mattress and
box. Name brand, new in
plastic, with warranty. Can
deliver. Sacrifice $100.
Call 352-372-8588.
KENMORE WASHER and
dryer, new type $75 and
up each, electric stove,
written guarantee, de-
livery available. For ap-
pointments, call 904-964-
8801.
MATTRESS TWIN sets $89,
full sets $129, Queen sets
$159, King sets $189.
Mattress Factory, 441
East Brownlee St. Save
a lot. Cash and carry. Call'
Sonia at 352-473-7173 or
904-964-3888.
USED COMPUTERS, $99.
WESTERN AUTO IN
STARKE, call 904-964-
6841.
AMANA SIDE-BY-SIDE
REFRIGERATOR WITH
dispenser, $100. Hot-
point Range/oven with
side oven, electric, $75.


With Stump Jumper & Laminated Tail Wheel!

3' ........$540.00 45hp gearbox

4' ...........$540.00 45hp gearbox

5' ........... $585.00 55hp gearbox

6' ...........$785.00 5hpgearbox


Pine and Hardwoods

Small & Large Tracts

Josh Crawford Michael Hardee

352-745-1565 904-364-6907


* 2/2 Home with garage. $600/month &
security. (R-45)
* 4/2.5 home with approx. 1,932 sq.ft.
located in Seminole Ridge $950/month &
security (R-33)
* Commercial Building in Keystone Heights
on SR-21. $900/month & security. (R-41)
* 2/1 Home located on Lake Melrose. $900/
month & security. (R-40)
* 3/2 Home in Ashley Lake Plantation. $950/
month & security.
* 3/2 Home on Swan Lake Rd. $800/month
& security. (R-43)

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GE Spacemaker II Micro-
wave, $40. 42" light oak
round table with pedestal
and four chairs, $400.
Call 904-964-5282.
STEEL BUILDING DEALS
UP TO 50% OFF. Can
erect. www.scg-grp.com.
Source #OCI Call 904-
746-4743.
HORSE HAY FOR SALE
SQUARE BAILS, $5
EACH. Call Mark at.352-
258-9550. Delivery avail-
able.
55" PROJECTION MAG-
NAVOX TV, $500 OBO.
Great condition, call 352-
478-9010.
PRESSURE CLEANER
3000 P.S.I, GRACO,
150ft hose, accessories
included, $500. Airless
sprayer Graco 495 hose
gun and extensions, $400.
Call 305-343-3333.


LARGE FRIDGE. $400.
FREEZER, 5 cubic ft,
$100. Gas compressor,
$150.' Glass top stove,
$150. Tile and concrete
outdoor table and bench-
es, $200. Keystone, 904-
537-9514.
ESTATE WHITE WASHER
BY WHIRLPOOL, six
yearsold. $125, call 904-
964-6774.
59
Personal
Services
JERRY'S HAULING WE
BUY JUNK CARS, run-
ning or not! Will pick
up anywhere. $100 and
up. Call 904-219-9365
or 904-782-9822.
JERRY'S ROCK AND SAND
WE DELIVER. Fill dirt,
hard pan, gravel, slag
and clay, or anything you


Pretty Little Cottage

2 BR, Treed Lot, New Wall
To Wall Carpet, Fresh
Paint.
$455.00 per month
plus security

1-800-366-3419



Garage Sale/Open House
Saturday, March 29
10 am 2 pm
404 N. Cherry Street, Starke, FL


Gayle Van Wagenen
Realtor
Exit Real Estate Gallery

904-449-3938








1929 Park Avenue, Orange Park, FL 32073


Smith & Smith Realty

SheilaDaugherty,
Realtor
(904) 964-6708 or
(352) 235-1131 cell
(904) 964-9222 office
*4BR/3BA DWMH, Pool, Tool Sheds &
Playhouse on 3 acres. Bring Horses.
Contract Pending $140,000 MLS#409043

*3BR/ BA on Orange Street, Hardwood
Floors & Above-ground Pool. $112,000
MLS #421161
* Acre Wooded in Pleasant Grove Area.
Mobile Home Allowed. $20,000
MLS #402345


* Acre on Griffis Loop.
Contract. Pending


$23,000
MLS #418573


*2 Wooded Acres on Griffis Loop $32,000
MLS #420759
*49.87 Acres Outside of Hampton. Wooded-
. Marketable Timber. $498,700 MLs #323147

*10 acres outside of Hampton. Wooded
Homes or Mobile Homes. $100,000
MLS #323204


-. 7408 SR 21 N.
4s Y L2J L / Keystone Heights, FL


SShowcase Properies. Inc. M
Broker 3 -9 -0 8
^. 352-473-4903 1-800-397-6874


418 S.E. 41st Loop
in Keystone Club Estates
(Next to the Golf Course)


Come in and see us or call us at 352 473-3682


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GREAT LOCATION Beautifully TWO 1+ ACRE COMMERCIAL
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need. Call 904-219-9365
or 904-782-9822.
CLARK FOUNDATION RE-
PAIRS, INC. Correction
of termite & water-dam-
aged wood & sills. Level-
ing & raising Houses/
Bldgs. Pier Replacement
& alignment. Free Esti-
mates: Danny (Buddy)
Clark, (904)-284-2333 or
1-800-288-0633.
FLORIDA CREDIT UNION
has money to lend for
M.H. & land packages.
1-800-284-1144.
$$$ FOR JUNK CARS -
GET TOP MONEY for.
your junk car. There is no
-charge for this service and
we'll put some fast cash
in your hand. No title, no
problem. Call 877-695-
JUNK (5865).

CALLTHORNTON'S LAWN
SERVICE for your resi-
dential and commercial
lawn care needs in Brad-
ford, Union and Keystone.
Free quotes, 910-489-
6544.
NEED A BABYSITTER?
Will babysit in my home.
I have a 3 year old little
girl who needs a play-
mate. Call 386-431-1769
or 352-339-5075.
CAREGIVER AVAILABLE
DAY OR NIGHT. Full
or part time, excellent
references. Call 904-
589-7604.
DENTAL RECEPTIONIST,
CDA, ORTHO ASSIS-
TANT. 19 years experi-
ence. Recently moved
back to area, looking for
fill-in work, possibly per-
manently. Live in Clay
County area. Please call
352-475-5271' or cell 352-
214-0645.


64
Business
Opportunity
LIQUOR LICENSE Brad-
ford County. No transfer
fee. RealtyMasters, Real-
tors. 800-523-7651.

65
Help Wanted
CUSTOMER SERVICE
AND 'PRODUCTION
PERSONNEL with good


attendance and punctual-
ity records. Applications.
available at New Method
Cleaners, 311 N Temple
Ave., Starke. No phone
calls.
JOBS AVAILABLE WE ARE
LOOKING FOR 17-34
year old high school grad-
uates to learn electronics,
mechanics, firefighting
and more. Earn while you
learn. Excellent training
schools. We pay salary,
room and board, medical,
relocation and more. No
experience required. Call
1-800-342-8123, Mon-Fri,
9am-5pm.

CAREGIVER CNA and/or 2
years experience working
with elderly or disabled
clients. 2 or 3 days per
week Sunrise Homec-
are Services, Hampton.
Phone 352-468-2619.
FIBERGLASS LAMINA-
TOR AND PARTS TRIM-
MER NEEDED. 40hr/wk.
FT. Apply in person at
US Body, 1.5 miles S of
Hampton on 325.
ELECTRICIAN WITH expe-
rience, .Prestige Electric.
Call 352-745-0650.
FULL TIME POSITION:
Seeking a focused pro-
fessional, responsible,
motivated, and with great
people skills. Must be
able to lift 150+lbs. Fax
resume to 904-964-9233
or 904-259-9707.
F/T POSITION TEACHER
FOR 2 YEAR OLDS. Pay
based on experience and
education. Church at-
tendance required. 40hr
childcare certification pre-
ferred, but not required.
Contact Linda at 904-
966-0444 or Glenda at
904-964-7124.
MAINTENANCE ASSIS-
TANCE 25+ hrs/wk.
Salary according to skill
level. Drug testing and
.background check a
must. Call 352-473-4516
Sfor application only.
FOOD SERVICE P.M.
COOK POSITION. Pen-
ney Retirement Com-
munity. P.M. shift,
11am-7:30pm. Rotating
schedule with every third
weekend off. Cook en-
trees, salad plates, soups
for 125 meals. Prefer


experience, good work-
ing conditions. Excellent
benefits. Call Annette
at 904-284-8529 to ap-
ply. EOE and Drug Free
Workplace.
FOOD SERVICE KITCH-
EN UTILITY/DISHWASH-
ER Full-time and part-
time. Penney Retirement
Community, P.M. shift.
11am-7:30pm. Rotating
schedule with every third
weekend off. Delivery
meals to satellite facilities,
bus dining room, cleaning
and dishwashing. Good
working conditions. Ex-
cellent benefits. Call An-
nette at 904-284-8529
to apply. EOE and Drug
Free Workplace.
HOME SUPPORT STAFF
to work with developmen-
tally disabled individuals
in group homes in Starke.
Requires HSD or GED,
valid FL drivers license
with good record. $8.25/hr
plus benefits EOE M/F/D/
V 904-964-1468 or 904-
964-8082.
LOOKING FOR EXTRA
CASH, NO GIMMICKS.
No money needed, call
Randy at 386-466-8833.
WAREHOUSE POSITION
available. 40 hour mini-
mum per week. Gator II
Farm Supply, South of
Starke or HWY 301. HS
diploma required.
CHILDREN'S OUTREACH
ASSISTANT Reliable
person to present pro-
grams to preschool'age
children at childcare
centers. High school
graduate with valid FL
driver's license and clean
driving record, basic com-
puter skills, use of Inter-
net and e-mail knowledge.
required. Knowledge
of children's literature,
work with children and
children's programming
desirable. Resident bf
Baker, Bradford or Union
Counties. Background
check required. This posi-
tion is temporary and will
not exceed six months.
$8.25 per hour, 20 hours
per week, M-F, 8-12noon.
Apply in person at New
River Public Library Co-
operative, 110 N. Lake
Ave, Lake Butler. Applica-
tion period ends Monday,
March 31, 2008 at 5pm.


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Licensed Bonded
Insured
Workers'Comp.
License # RC0067442


New River Public Library
Cooperative is a drug free
workplace. EOE.
IRS JOBS $18.46-$32.60/
HR NOW HIRING. Paid
training is provided. For
appointment and free
government job info, call
American Association of
Labor at 913-599-8244,
24hrs, emp. serv.
NEEDED DEPENDABLE
TEACHER FOR LOCAL
CHILD CARE CENTER.
40 hours certified a plus.
Please call for interview,
904-966-0505.
DYNATEST CONSULTING,
INC. HAS THE POSI-
TION of Administrative
Assistant available. Re-
sponsibilities include A/P
and A/R processing, ad-
ministrative support to
management staff and
general office duties. Re-
quires excellent verbal
and written communi-
cations skills. Must be
very organized and detail
oriented. Proficiency with
Microsoft Word, Excel and
Outlook a must. Require-
ments include minimum 2
year college degree and
.3 years administrative
experience. Great op-
portunity for a self starter
to join a well established
international manufactur-
ing and engineering com-
"any. Submit resume by


email to psc@dynatest.
com. EEO and non smok-
ing work environment.
DRIVER -JACKSONVILLE
TERMINAL. Top pay for
experienced drivers. CT
Transportation. Home
every weekend guaran-
teed. 65% preloaded/pre-
tarped. CDL-A required,
877-428-5627, www.ct-
drivers.com.
LAKE BUTLER HOSPITAL
DIRECTOR OF NURS-
ING, Director Over ER,
OR and Med/Surge floor,
current RN license, Ward
or hospital management
helpful, teaching and/or
supervisory experience
preferred. Registered
Nurse, FT and PRN
positions. LPN PRN
positions. CNA PRN
positions- Paramedic
PRN. Lab MLT/MT-
FT, PT and PRN posi-
tions (competitive salary).
Radiology Technologist,
PRN weekend call. For
further information, please
visit our website at www.
lakebutlerhospital.com.
386-496-2323, fak 386-
496-1611. Equal Employ-
ment Opportunity/Drug
Free Workplace.
EXPERIENCED PIPELAY-
ERS NEEDED. Water.
sewer, storm drain. WCC
Site Development, 352-
485-2779.


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Crushcrete *-Masonry Sand

Millings Gravels

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Since 1977
Allen E. Taylor; Owner
4- _92


PART TIME POSITION
AVAILABLE AT HOPE
CHRISTIAN ACADEMY.
Church attendance is re-
quired. 45 hour childcare
course preferred but not
required. Call Tracie at
352-473-4040 or e-mail at
hca tford@yahoo.com
THE STARKE RECRE-
ATION DEPARTMENT
is accepting applications
for our summer softball
league. Monday through
Thursday, 20 plus hours
for 6 weeks Must have
experience in dealing with
children 4-17 years old,
outdoor recreation activi-
ties, softball/baseball ex-
perience preferable and
completed high school
or GED. Must pass a
physical, drug screen and
background check. Appli-
cations can be picked up
and returned to Bradford
Career Center, Florida
Works located at 819
South Walnut Street,
Starke, FL 32091. Aip-
plication will be accepted
through the close of busi-
ness on April 11, 2008.
The City of Starke is an
EOE.
THE STARKE RECRE-
ATION DEPARTMENT
is accepting applications


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Monday through Friday
for 8 weeks. Must have
experience in dealing with
school age children, rec-
reation activities (in and
outdoor) and completed
high school orGED. Must
pass a physical, drug
screen and background
check Applications can
be picked up and returned
to Bradford Career Cen-
ter, Florida Works locat-
ed at 819 South Walnut
Street, Starke, FL 32091.
Applications will be ac-
cepted through the close
of business on April 11,
2008. The City of Starke
is an EOE.
THE STARKE RECRE-
ATION DEPARTMENT
is accepting applications
for our Kiddie-Day Camp.
Forty hours per week
Monday through Friday
for 8 weeks. Must have


experience in dealing
with 3-5 year olds. Rec-
reation activities (in and
outdoor) and completed
high school or GED. Must
pass a physical, drug
screen and background
check. Applications can
be picked up and returned
to Bradford Career Cen-
ter, Florida Works located
at 819 South Walnut St.,
Starke, FL 32091. Ap-
plications will be accepted
through the close of busi-
ness on April 11, 2008.
The City of Starke is an
EOE
THE STARKE RECRE-
ATION DEPARTMENT
is accepting applications
for part-time concession
stand workers. Posi-
tion requires ability to
operate a cash register
and some food service
knowledge in order to
set up and break down


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10am-llam and again 2pm-3pm. If
you are interested in attending these
free classes, please visit the
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1" 4 cA (KE IVY
PROCUREMENT
SPECIALIST
#160954
Review purchase
requisitions for
accuracy; convert
requisitions to purchase
orders; assist the College
departments in obtaining
goods and services;
assist the Director of
Purchasing in
developing competitive
solicitations; prepare
contracts; review
contracts and
recommend necessary
Changes; maintain all
office files. AA degree
with major coursework
in business
administration or
paralegal and 3 years of
purchasing and
contracting experience in
a government
environment required.
NIGP certification
within 2 years. BS
degree with 3 years
experience in purchasing
and contracting in a state
or local government
environment and
experience as a paralegal
with competitive
solicitation and contract
development are desired.
Application Deadline:
4/9/08.
Salary: $30,410
annually, plus benefits.
College application and
transcripts required..
Position details and
application available on
the web at:
.http://
www.lakecitycc.edu
Inquiries:
Human Resources

Community College
149 SE College Place
Lake City, FL 32025
Phone:(386) 754-4314
Fax:, (386) 754-4594
E-mail:
boettcherg@lakecitycc.
edu
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the Southern Association
of Colleges and Schools
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'Canes get

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results at Oak

Hall meet
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
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Andy Merrill came close to
setting a school record, while
Deantre Burch tied his
personal record in the high
jump during the Bradford
Middle School track and field
teams' performance at a meet
at'Oak Hall on March 24 in
Gaincsville.
Merrill placed third in the
1600m with a time of 5:22,
which was one second off the
school record.
Burch won the high jump by
clearing 5'8". He also helped


the 4xl00m relay team to a
winning time of 46.68 seconds.
The team was also composed
of Dexter Clayton, Kenny
Dinkins and Isaiah Jamison.
The girls' 4x100m relay
team of Kia Bright, Damerial
Johnson, Shakeira Mitchell
and TaQuandra Diggs also
placed first with a time of
54.20 seconds.
Complete results from the
meet were not available as of
press time, hut a couple of
other highlights included
Clayton's runner-up finish in
the high jump (5'6") and
Nicole Miller's fourth-place
finish in the 800m (2:59).
Prior to the Oak Hall meet,
Bradford competed at a meet
in Orange Park on March 20,
with Burch setting a school
record in the long jump with a
distance of 19'8".
The boys' team also got


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1600m (5:24) and the 4xl00m
relay team of Brian
Blackshear, Burch, Dinkins
and Jamison.
Jamison set a personal
record .in the long jump
(18'6.5"), while finishing as
runner-up in the 200m with a
time of 24.93 seconds.
In the 1600m, lan Waters
was eighth with a time of 6:15,
Bradley Davis t I1 with a time
of 6:29 and Justin Perry 1,21h
with a time of 6:35.
Bright won three events for
the girls' team:, the high jump
with a personal record of 4'8",
the long jump with a personal
record of 15' I" and the 400m
with a time of 1:07.
Bright also ran the first leg
of the 4xl00m relay, which
Bradford won. Johnson,
Mitchell and Diggs were also
on the team.
Diggs won the 100m with a


Legals

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR UNION COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO: 63-2007-CA-0114
BEN CAMPEN,
Plaintiff,
vs.
JAMES V. SHUPE, SR. and
ROXANNE SHUPE,
Defendants,
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: JAMES V. SHUPE, SR. and
ROXANNE SHUPE,
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a civil
action has been filed against you in
the Circuit Court, County of
UNION, State of Florida, to
foreclose certain real property
described as follows:
Parcel No, 35 of Upland Pines
Plantation, Union County, Florida
Commence at the NW corner of
Section 21-T6S-R18E and run N
86 degrees 27 minutes 24 seconds
E along the North line of said
section 2021.94 feet, thence run S
2 degrees 46 minutes 29 seconds
E 619.62 feet to the North R/A of a
60 foot access road (Sara Lane,
said point being the P.T. of a curve
on said RA/), thence run S3
degrees 32 minutes 36 seconds E
60 feet to the South R/W of said 60
foot access road, thence run S 86
degrees 27 minutes 24 seconds W
along said RN/ 984 feet to the
P.O.B., thence continue S 86
degrees 27 minutes 24 seconds W
along said RN/ 164 feet, thence
run S 3 degrees 32 minutes 36
seconds E 270 feet, thence run N
86 degrees 27 minutes 24 seconds
E 164 feet, thence run N 3 degrees
32 minutes 36 seconds W 270 feet
to the P.O.B. Being and lying in
Section.. -.21-T6SRB18E, Union
County, Florida. :
Parcel No. 42 of Upland Pines
Plantation, Union County, Florida
Commence at the NW corner of
Section 21-T6S-R18E and run N
.86 degrees 27 minutes 24 seconds
East along the North line of said
section 2021.94 feet, thence run S
2 degrees 46 minutes 29 seconds
East 619.62 feet to the North R/W


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time of 14.29 seconds, while
finishing as runner-up in the
long jump with a distance of
15'3".
Bradford also got two
second-place finishes from
Johnson in the 100m (14.75)
and Tiana Sheffield in the
1600m (6:36).
Miller placed third in the
1600m with a time of 6:38.
Sheffield earned fourth place
in the 800m with a time of
2:58, while Shaina Harden
placed eighth in the event with
a personal record of 3:09.
Hannah Hildebran placed
13'h in the 1600m with a time
of 7:40.


BHS Invitational is
T RACthis Friday
R A C K The 41st annual Bradford
High School Invitational,
Continued from page 8C which is the third oldest ..
invitational in the state, will
Malcolm Moore 53.09, sixth, take place this Friday, March
Jennifer Smyth earned a 28, beginning at 10 a.m.


of a 60 foot access road (Sara-
Lane; said point being the P.T. of a
curve on said R/W), thence run S 3
degrees 32 minutes 36 seconds E
60 feet to the South R/W of said 60
foot access road, thence run S 86
degrees 27 minutes 24 seconds W
along said R/W line 984.00 feet,
thence run S 3 degrees 32 minutes
36 seconds E 270.00 feet to the
Point of Beginning, thence run S 3
degrees 28 minutes 03 seconds E
294.34 feet to a concrete
monument on the North R/W line of
a 40 foot County Road, thence run
S 82 degrees 24 minutes 52
seconds W along said R/W line
164.01 feet, thence run N 3
degrees 32 minutes 36 seconds W
305.90 feet, thence run N 86
degrees 27 minutes 24 seconds E
164.00 to the POINT OF
BEGINNING. Being and lying in
Section 21-T6S-R18E, Union
County, Florida.
You are required to file a written
response with the Court and serve
a copy of your written defenses, if
any, to it on Timothy D. Padgett,
Plaintiffs attorney, whose address
is 2810 Remington Green Circle,
Suite A, Tallahassee, Florida
32308, at least thirty (30) days
from the date of first publication,
and file the original with the clerk of
this court either before service on
Plaintiff's "attorney or immediately
thereafter; otherwise, a default will
be entered against you for the relief
demanded in the complaint.
Dated this 11h day of March, 2008..
By: Julia Croft
Deputy Clerk
Attorney for Plaintiff:
Timothy D. Padgett, Esq.
Timothy D. Padgett, P.A.
2810 Remington Green Circle,
Suite A
Tallahassee, FL 32308
(850) 422-2520 (phone)
(850) 422-2567 (fax) .
3/20 21chg13/27"
NOTICE OF A PUBLIC
HEARINGS CONCERNING
AMENDMENTS TO THE
BRADFORD COUNTY
COMPREHENSIVE PLAN
BY THE PLANNING AND ZONING
BOARD OF BRADFORD
COUNTY, FLORIDA, SERVING
ALSO AS THE LOCAL PLANNING
AGENCY OF BRADFORD
COUNTY, FLORIDA, NOTICE
IS HEREBY GIVEN that, pursuant
-to Sections 163.3161 through
163.3215, 'Florida Statutes, as
amended, and the Bradford County
Land Development Regulations, as
amended, hereinafter referred to as
the Land Development
Regulations, objections,
recommendations and comments
concerning the amendments, as
described below, will be heard by


Mar&~


the Planning and Zoning Board of AGENCY OF BRADFORD
Bradford County, Florida, serving COUNTY, FLORIDA, NOTICE
also as the Local Planning Agency IS HEREBY GIVEN that, pursuant
of Bradford County, Florida, at to Sections 163.3161 through
public hearings on April 7, 2008 at 163.3215, Florida Statutes, as
6:00 p.m., or as soon thereafter as amended, and the Bradford County
the matters can be heard, in the Land Development Regulations, as
County Commission Meeting amended, hereinafter referred to as
Room, County Courthouse located the Land Development
at 945 North Temple Avenue, Regulations, objections,
Starke, Florida. recommendations and comments
(1) S 080228 A, an application by concerning an amendment, as
Travis Rogers, as agent for Barrett, described below, will be heard by
Maine Corporation, a Rhode Island the Planning and Zoning Board of
corporation with a- 100 percent Bradford County, Florida, serving
undivided interest in Bradford also as the Local Planning Agency
County Starke Florida Trust, to! of Bradford County, Florida, at a
amend the Future Land Use Plan! public hearing on April 7, 2008 at
Map of the Comprehensive Plan by 6:00 p.m., or as soon thereafter as
changing the future land use the matter can be heard, in the
classification from RESIDENTIAL, County Commission Meeting
LOW DENSITY (less than or equal Room, County Courthouse located
to 2 dwelling units per acre) to at 945 North Temple Avenue,
COMMERCIAL on property Starke, Florida.
described, as follows: Z 08-1, an application by Lee
A parcel of land lying within Section Saunders, as agent for Melrose
24, Township 7 South, Range 21 Land Group, LLC, to amend the
East Bradford County, Florida. Official Zoning Atlas of the Land
Being more particularly described, Development Regulations.- by
as follows: Commence at the changing the zoning district.from
Northeast corner of the Northeast AGRICULTURAL (A-2) FIto
1/4 of the Southeast 1/4 of said RESIDENTIAL, SINGLE FAMILY
Section 24; thence South 0121' (SF-1) on property described, as
02" East, along the Easterly follows:
boundary of the Northeast 1/4 of A parcel of land lying within Sectioi
the Southeast 1/4 of said Section 23 and 24, Township 8 South,
24, a distance of 1,097.97 feet; Range 22 East, Bradford County,
thence South 89*07'47" West,, Florida. Being more particularly
1,291.46 feet to the Point of described, as follows: Commence
Beginning; thence South 89*07'28" at the Southwest corner of said
West, 400.00 feet to the Easterly Section 24; thence South 89"11'09"
right-of-way line of U.S. Highway East, along the South line of said
301(State Road 200); thence North Section 24, a distance of 1,311.11
08'56'45" East, along the Easterly feet to the West right-of-way line of
right-of-way line of said U.S. the Speedville Road (Southeast 8th
Highway 301(State Road 200), a Avenue); thence North 00'46'13"
distance of 785.25 feet; thence West, along the West right-of-way
North 88'43'45" West 400.00 feet; line of the Speedville Road
thence South 08'54'40" West (Southeast 8th Avenue) 926.43
787.97 feet to the Point of feet to the point of curve; thence
Beginning Northerly, alongthe. West nrghtot...-.,
Containing 7 ~1i acres, more 'ot. -..way-line ol sas8idSpee"iUlIeR at.o
less (Soulheasl 81h Avenue) with a
(2) S 080228 B, an application by curve concave Westerly, said curve
Homayoun Rafati and Mojgan having a central angle of 04'46'33",
Rafati, to amend the Future Land a radius of 4,206.00 feet, an arc
Use Plan Map of the length of 350.59, feet, a tangent
Comprehensive Plan by changing distance of 175.40 feet, and a
the future land use classification chord bearing and distance of
from RESIDENTIAL, LOW North 03*09'07" West 350.49 feet
DENSITY (less than or equal to 2 to a point on a non tangent curve;
dwelling units per acre) to thence Northerly, along the West
COMMERCIAL on property right-of-way line of said Speedville
described, as follows: Road (Southeast 8th Avenue) with
A parcel of land lying within Section a curve concave Westerly,. said
1, Township 8 South, Range 22 curve having a central angle of
East, Bradford County, Florida. 14'28'47", a radius of 5,627.78
Being more particularly described, feet; an arc length of 1,422.25 feet,
as follows: Commence at the and a.chord bearing and distance
intersection of the Westerly right- of North 12'45'51" West 1,418.47
of-way line of Old State Road 100 feet to a point on the South line of
and the Northerly right-of-way line the Northwest 1/4 of said Section
of Oak Avenue; thence North 24 and the Point of Beginning;
18'45'27" West, along the Westerly thence continue Northerly, along
right-of-way line of said Old State the West right-of-way line of said
Road 100, a distance of 244.03 Speedville Road (Southeast 8th
feet to the Point of Beginning; Avenue) with a curve concave
thence South 81'54'33" West Westerly, said curve having a
.113.69 feet; thence South central angle of 00'52'14", a radius
00'53.33" West 53.95 feet; thence of 5,627.78 feet, an arc length of
North 87'23'56" West 39.05 feet; 85.50 feet, and a chord bearing
thence North 04'56'54" West 49.59 and distance North 20'26'22" West
feet; thence North 83'35'22" West 85.50 feet; thence North 20'52'33"
25.28 feet to the Easterly right-of- West, along the West right-of-way
way line of State Road 100; thence line of said Speedville Road
Northeasterly, along the Easterly (Southeast 8th Avenue) 550.53
right-of-way line of State Road 100 feet; thence South 82'49'16" West
with a curve concave Westerly, 558.75 feet; thence South
said curve having a central angle of 58'07"03" West 143.29 feet;
07'48'35", a radius of 2,898.50 thence South 70'10'07" West
feet, an arc length of 395.09 feet, 378.55 feet; thence North
and a chord bearing and distance 68'07'18" West 1,114.72 feet;
of 02'30'20" East 394.78 feet; thence North 00'26'16t West
thence North 89"47'10" East 35.98 1,894.44 feet to the South right-of-
feet to the Westerly right-of-way way line of County Road 21-B;
line of said Old State Road 100; thence- South 89 28'32" West,
thence South 18"45'27" East along the South right-of-way line of
399.83 feet to the Point of said County Road 21-B, a distance
Beginning, of 1,312.22 feet to the West line of
Containing 1.04 acre, more or less. the East 1/2 of said Section 23;
The public hearings may be thence South 00'14'09" East, along
continued to one or more future the West line of the East 1/2 of
date. Any interested party shall be said Section 23, a distance of
advised that the date, time and 2,624.36 feet to the South line of
place of any continuation of the the Northeast 1/4 of said Section
public hearings shall be announced 23; thence North 89"54'17" East,
during the public hearings and that along the South line of the
no further notice concerning the Northeast 1/4 of said Section 23, a
matters will be published, unless distance of 3,608.46 feet to the
said continuation exceeds six Point of Beginning.
calendar weeks from the date of Containing 93.42 acres, more or
the above referenced public less.
hearings. The public hearing may be
At the aforementioned public continued to one or more future
hearings, all interested parties may dates. Any interested party shall be
appear to be heard with respect to advised that the date, time and
the amendments. place of any continuation of the
Copies of the amendments are public hearing shall be announced
available for public inspection at during the public hearing and that
the Office of the Director of Zoning, no further notice concerning the
Planning and Building located at matter will be published, unless
945 North Temple Avenue, said continuation exceeds six
Courthouse North Wing, Starke, calendar weeks from the date of
Florida, during regular business the above referenced public
hours. hearing.
All persons are advised that if they At the aforementioned public
decide to appeal any decision hearing, all interested parties may
made at the above referenced appear to be heard with respect to
public hearing, they will need a the amendment.
record of the proceedings, and Copies of the amendment are
that, for such purpose, they may available for public inspection at
need to ensure that a verbatim the Office of the Director of Zoning,
record of the proceedings is made, County Courthouse located at 945
which record includes the North Temple Avenue, North Wing,
testimony and evidence upon Starke, Florida, during regular
which the appeal is to be based, business hours.
3/27 Itchg All persons are advised that if they
decide to appeal any decision
NOTICE OF PUBLIC made at the above referenced.
HEARING CONCERNING AN public hearing, they will need a
AMENDMENT TO THE record of the proceedings and
BRADFORD COUNTY LAND that, for such purpose, they may
DEVELOPMENT need to ensure that a verbatim
REGULATIONS record of the proceedings is made.
BY THE PLANNING AND ZONING which record includes the
BOARD OF BRADFORD testimony and evidence upon
COUNTY, FLORIDA, SERVING which the appeal is to be based
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fourth-place finish for the
girls' team in the 100m with a
time of 12.66 seconds. Shay
Wanton just finished out of the
top five with a sixth-place
finish in the shot put (28'0").
Other Bradford girls' results
were: discus-Sarah Swords
74'7", seventh, Mehgan Perry
71'11.5", ninth, Danielle Dent
60'5", '12"; shot put-Dent
25'6", 13'h, Swords 23'11",
16th; 800m-Christina Jordan
2:54.96, 14', Jessika Robinson
2:58.60, 15'h.
The Bradford girls' team
placed ninth in the team
standings with 10 points.


Bradford coach John Loper
encourages the community to
come out and support this
event, which will feature 18-20
schools. Parking will be
available adjacent to the track.
If anyone would like to
assist Loper and the Bradford
coaches at this event, please
call Loper at (904) 966-6716.
Those who do want to help are
asked to meet Loper at the
track shack at 9:15 a.m.


Don't mistake activity
for achievement.
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Coach.



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145 SW 6th Ave.
496-3079


STARKE
US-301S
964-6078


904-964-3050

The BaneClean" Way
STARLING CARPET CLEANING
131 N. Cherry Street Surke. FL



HAYES
ELECTRIC and AIR CONDITIONING


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Since 1976




24-HOUR
EMERGENCY SER
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Corner of SR 16 & Hwy 301
Starke, FL
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Your Home
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Electrical

,ICE 6 Air
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Needs!


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1956 N\% SR 16
Surke, FL


WE'LL DELIVER
AS LITTLE AS 1/2 YARD OF CONCRETE!
Patios Sidewalks
* Pumphouses Small Footers & Morel


SHEFFIELD
PORTABLE BUILDINGS
904-964-9111





Delivered and Set-up
on your site at
NO ADDITIONAL
CHARGE!
1649 S. Walnut St.
Starke, FL




MASTERS
CONSTRUCTION
CO.
33 YEARS EXPERIENCE
REMODELING & ADDITONS





State Certified Building
Contractor
CB-C059483

S OWNER
Arthur W. Masters
964-4009
706 MacMahon
Starke, FL


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IMPROVEMENT


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LOCAL PEOPLE.,LOCAL DECISIONS!
ll ''" /,'n' t,' scr' /,en ,t as a /tustomer and friend.
We care about and understand your personal and financial needs.
...And we're here to see that both are served and met.
Join us and come by to donate to the American Caicer Society's
"Relay For Life"!
We'll have a Car Wash April 5 from 8am 2pm
A "Kiss The Pig" contest starting next week!


Community State Bank
M, Otffe
KE Irnernetl Banking and
Inut St. On-Line Bill Pa\'
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LENDER
MEMBER FDIC
LAKE BUTLER
255 SE 6th St.
86-496-3333


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400sqsft 68/pallet | "
Delivery, installation and Turf Care
Services also available
Call us 386.496.2174
SATTN: Contractors! Check out our great wholesale prices!

JNA GUTTER
l FREE ESTIMATES
Call for the SPECIAL of the month!
904-964-8207
Specializing in
6" Seamless Rain Gutter
WWW.JNAGUTTER.NET
Serving Bradford. Clay & Union Counties
sOlSTERS Family Owned & Operated
( CLEANING SERVICE
It's Time for Starting /
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::14 Spring Cleaning! 29.95
Call Today! H,,.
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"Chase Your Grass Away With"
CHASE ROWE'S LAWN SERVICE
Call For A
,-L FREE ESTIMATE
Anytime! t
Cell# 1-904-769-6621
Home# 904-964-8785


SSee Us For All

Your Spring

Land cape Needs!

DElVERl
AVAILMABLE Mulch Bulk Stone
Cypress Blend Pea Gravel
Colored Mulch River Rock
Pine Bark Red Rock
S"Bulk or bagged" Marble Chips
S* Horse Bedding Crushed Concrete
Baled Pine Straw Railroad Ties

i STARE LANDSCAPE SUPPLY
4 9620 SE S.R. 100, Starke
Tues.-Fri 7-5:30 (904) 964-3112 ces availability
Sat 7-3 30 Approx. 2 miles subject to change
Closed Sun. & Mon. East of U.S. 301 without notice.
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"Always Quality
Serving thi

"Spring Special"

3 Rooms
for


Add' rooms- $15
Rooms o,.er 250 sq tI are considered 2 rooms


LICENSED & INSURED
FAMILY OWNED & OPERATED


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We Now Offer
Tile Cleaning!
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352-475-3413
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For all your
Lawn Care Needs!
386-496-2651
SR 121, Lake Butler, FL
(112 mile north of Hardee's)
Larry Hendricks, Owner Mechanic
Danny Plumlee, Parts Manager
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