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Title: Union County times
Uniform Title: Union County times (Lake Butler, Fla.)
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Place of Publication: Lake Butler Fla
Publication Date: April 10, 2008
Copyright Date: 2009
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Tiger Idol
finale tonight
The Union County
High School's singing
competition, Tiger Idol,
will hold its finale tonight,
April 10, at 7:30 p.m. in the
UCHS auditorium.
There are four remaining
contestants and one \will be
chosen from the audience as
this years' Tiger Idol. Those
contestants are Melissa
Dukes, Mia Chislohm,
Camryn Wessner and Kala
Hartley. Come out and
support these girls for the
last and final show of the
season. Admission is $5 at
the door.

UC sets toxic
roundup
Union County residents
can safely dispose of
household hazardous wastes
such as old paint, used oil,
pesticides and insecticides
at the Union. Ogunty
Road and Solid Waste
departments on Saturday,
April 12, from 9 a.m. to 2
p.m.
The disposal of hazardous
items is quick, easy and
free of charge to residents.
A small fee will be charged
to 14inesses. The disposal
site is located inside the
entrance to the RMC
West Unit on S.R. 121
at 15285 S.W. 84th St.
in Lake Butler. For more
information, contact Jimmy
Beasley at (386) 496-2180.

Yearbook staff
yard sale set
April 26
The yearbook staff
at Union County High
School will hold a yard
sale beginning at 8 a.m.
on Saturday, April 26, at
Sprinkle Field.
The. students on the
yearbook staff are currently
accepting donated items
for the sale. Monetary
donations are also
appreciated. For more
information, please call
Stacy Worrell at (386) 496-
4193.

Woman's Club
luncheon set
April 29
The Lake Butler Woman's
Club will hold a luncheon
on Tuesday, April 29, from
11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
For a $6 donation, patrons
can dine in or order a take
out meal that will include
baked ham, casseroles and
desserts made by members
of the club. The proceeds
from the luncheon will
help fund scholarships and
clubhouse restorations.

Attention
parents of
preschoolers!
Help" your preschooler
become a great reader at a
parent workshop scheduled
for tonight, April 10. at
6 p.m. in the Lake Butler
Elementary School library.

UCHA meets
The Union County
Housing Authority will
hold its regularly scheduled
board meeting on Monday,
April 14, at 6:30 p.m.
The office is located at
715 W. Main St., next to
the Family Dollar store.
Board meetings are held
on the second Monday
of each month. For more
information, please call
(386) 496-2047.


Stay informed.


DOC agrees to


BY TERESA STONE-
IRWIN
Times Staff Writer
City Manager John Berchtold
has announced great news for
the taxpayers in the city of
Lake Butler.
The Florida Department of
Corrections has confirmed that
it is willing to pay one-half of
the total cost to replace the wet
well and lift station at the city's
sewage plant.


NR land

BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor
The New River Solid Waste
Association will enter into an
agreement with the Florida
Department of Environmental
Protection to begin expanding
its greenhouse gas collection
system to comply with
regulatory requirements,
which is ultimately good news
considering the value of that
gas.
Afteracomprehensive review
of those requirements and data
collected at the landfill. new
staff engineers with the landfill
from Jopes Edmunds and
Associates recommended the
board go ahead and make the
leap. The association always
knew air permit requirements
would mean collecting landfill
gas at some point, but now
there are financial incentives
that could make doing so a
lucrative venture.
DEP recently issued a letter
of noncompliance after the
late submission of documents
related to the landfill's air
permit. Because greenhouse


Berchtold said he has met
many times with DQC officials
in Tallahassee and has kept
them up-to-date on problems
at the plant. Bailey Barefoot,
environmental administrator
with DOC in Tallahassee,
confirmed the state will. pay for
one-half of the total estimated
cost of replacing the system,
roughly around $200,000. The
city-obtained financing for
the project'with a 4.5 percent
interest rate for 15 years would


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help c
cost DOC approximately
$1,530 per month for its share.
However, Barefoot said
that based on state budget
figures, DOC would prefer an
agreement be drafted stating
they will pay their portion of
the project in one lump sum
payment after July 1, 2008.

The existing wet well is part
of the original sewer plant
built during the early 1950s


ity with
and formerly operated by the
Reception and Medical Center.
The plant was taken over by the
city in 1996 and expanded.


With an estimated lifetime of
between 20 and 40 years, the
lift station pump is in danger
of failing and poses a potential
threat to citizens. At present,
the pump must be constantly
monitored because concrete
from the wet well is rapidly
chipping off and causing the


may profit from gas goldmine


gases are emitted when waste
decomposes, the association
must submit regular air quality
reports under the Title V
program. The reports detail
how much greenhouse gas,
including methane, is being
released into the atmosphere.
Beyond a certain level. DEP
requires gas collection.
According toJones Edmunds'
Steve Laux, the landfill missed
the September 2007 deadline,
but DEP considers this a minor
violation. He recommended the
'landfill sign the consent order
and pay the associated fine,.
which will amount to around
$2,000.
Laux said the landfill has
a gas collection system that
is around 70 percent complete
in the form of the bioreactor.
which collects gas from the
first two landfill cells and uses
a flare to burn it. The system
will have to be expanded to
cells three through five with
wells and pipes.
Laux said that JEA, based on
past and recently collected data.
has used a model to project
that the landfill is still below'


the greenhouse gas emission
threshold, even if' just below.
The landfill could potentially
avoid constructing an expanded
gas system at this time by
performing additional tests
to prove definitively that it is
still below the threshold, but
it would spend as much as
$100,000 to do so, knowing that
gas collection will eventually
be necessary.
As it is, the expansion project
alone is expected to cost in
the neighborhood of $250.000,
an amount the association has
already set aside in escrow
for the purpose, so the board
agreed to allow its engineers
to move forward in planning
construction of the collection
system.
Discussion of greenhouse
gases revived talk of how the
landfill could potentially profit
from the gas it collects. There
are carbon credits that could
bhe aailable going back several
years to the time the landfill
began voluntarily collecting
gas as part of the bioreactor
project. Credits earned for gas
not released into the atmosphere


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could be sold on exchange
markets to companies, who
need credits for the pollution
they are creating.
Eligibility for future credits
could be curtailed, however.
once the landfill's gas collection
is no longer voluntary and
its emissions le\el results
in mandatory collection.
According to University of
Florida Professor Timothy
"Townsend. there may still be;
some credits to be earned since
faster decomposition promoted
by the hioreactor will allow gas
to be extracted earlier than it
otherwise \would be.
Howveer, the real cash may
be in selling the collected gas
to generate energy, To\\nsend
said. According to him, the
amount 'of gas produced could
be worth up to $2 million of'
recurring revenue each year.
Gainesville Regional
Utilities has already talked with
the board about the possibility
of bringing in equipment to
generate electricit\, but the
board could even install its own
generators and sell that po\\er
itself.


your community.


Deadline Monday 5 p.m. before publication Phone (386) 496-2261 Fax (386) 496-2858


"The-tarbon credits are good.
but you can't lose sight of the
fact that the real money in the
gas is in the energy\ so keep
your eye on the prize with that."
T'ownsend said. Moreover, the
landfill could carn renewable
energy credits that \\ould also
generate revenue.
In addition to a $68.300 work
order to handle the consent
order and completion of work
on the air permit, the board also
approved a $32.100 payment to
its new engineers for the cost
of monitoring and reporting
work at the landfill through
September. That represents a
50 percent savings over the
prior contract. according to the
board's executive director.
The landfill's former
engineer failed to meet the
deadline that resulted in the
aforementioned fine. but
paperwork for additional
reporting requirements v as
submitted by the Ma:'ch
deadline and the board \-.ted
to issLue a final pa micent once it
receives a co)\p of that report.
The bill amounted to more than
$15.500.




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ABOVE: (L-R) Mark Seager and Brodi Long give it
all they've got during the tug-of-war event at the
prekindergarten field day at Lake Butler Elementary School
held Tuesday. LEFT: Ximena Perez-Carranza pulls Darlene
Ball along during the horse and buggy race. BELOW:
Coach Bill Ennels shows the prekindergarteners how it's
done as he demonstrates how to maneuver the ball during
the billy goat race. For more photos, see pace 6A.


I


sewer
pump to shut down. According
to city employees, overflow of
wastewater from recent shut
downs has not posed any threat
to the citizens of Lake Butler,
however, the system receives
such heavy continual flow that
just the flow itself is a strain on
the outdated system.
Berchtold said, "Persistence
does pay off. We are fortunate
to have such, a good working
relationship with DOC locally
and in Tallahassee."



Relay

for Life

gains

sponsors
Six local businesses have
joined the fight against cancer
by becoming corporate event
sponsors for the Relay for Life
of Lake Butler. ,
Twyla' Roberts and Ginge'
Robertson, Lake Butler Relay
for Life sponsorship chairs, said
they are thrilled to announce
that Roberts Land and Timber
Investment Corporation,
Suwannee Medical, Shadd
Trucking, Pritchett Trucking,
PVS Inc., and Montpetit
Enterprises have committed a
combined total of $12.250 that
will go toward the fundraising
efforts of the Lake Butler Relay
for Life.
These six businesses made
their contribution in memory
of former Union. County
Supervisor of Elections Barbara
"Babs" Montpetit. who recently
lost her battle with cancer.
Relay for Life is an
opportunity for a community
to join together to fight back
against cancer. The Lake
Butler Relay for Life will be
held Friday and Saturday, May
16-17, at the Union County
High School track. Relay for
Life is an 18-hour long team
event where the community
can celebrate and remember
loved ones who have battled
cancer.
Relay for Life will begin
at 3 p.m. on May 16 with set
up. The opening ceremonies
will be at 6 p.m. The overnight
event will conclude at 9 a.m.
Saturday, May 17.
Teams are typically made up
of 8-15 people from schools,
clubs, churches or sports
groups. Therre are currently 10
teams registered to participate in
the Lake Butler Relay for Life'
and there are several more now
forming in the community.
See RELAY, p. 4A








Page2A UNION COUNTY TIMES April 10, 2008


Clyatt announces for county


(77te hollow'ig is a ltawnllent
of intention to run /iIr public
office siubllittcd /\' Iti/'
candidte.)
I would like to take this
opportunity to announce
my candidacy for ('County
Commissioner of District 3.
My name is Hardy Clyatt, and
I have resided in Union County
for the past sixteen years.
Lake Butler is home for
my family. Because my father
was a minister, it necessitated
frequent moves during my
childhood. Through these
moves, I always considered


Lake IHuller homenme"
I have very fond memories
of visiting my grandparents in
I.ake Butller during holidays
and the summer. It was always
my dream to come home to
Lake Butler to raise my family.
Therefore, when my w\I'fe was
offered a teaching position
here, my dream became reality.
Upon moving to Lake Butler, I
accepted a job with Lake Butler
Hand Institute. I worked with
the hospital as the maintenance
supervisor for six years.
Since 1999, 1 have been
employed with the City of


Lake Butler. In 2001, I became
the Public Works Director and
continue in that position at the
present time.
After graduation from
high school, I furthered my
education by attending South
Georgia Technical School and
Santa Fe Community College.
My educatiQn and "on the
job" training have assisted me
with the development of skills
conducive to the role of county
commissioner.
I consider myself to be a
lifelong learner and for that
reason I strive to increase my


knowledge as indicated by my
recent enrollment in online
classes through Lake City
Community College.
I believe that Lake Butler
is a great place, and I want
to be a part of building and
maintaining its success. I look
forward to meeting all the
citizens in District 3 in the next
few months. My goals are to
listen to the needs and concerns
of the people. The well-being
of the citizens comes first and
foremost in my campaign; All
See CLYATT, p. 3A


Tallman seeking seat


in county Dist.


(The following is a statement
of intention to run for public
office submitted by the'
candidate.)
My name is James "Jimmx"
Tallman and it is with great
pleasure that I am announcing
my candidacy for Union
County District 3 County
Commissioner.
I have had the privilege of
growing up in Union County,
graduating from Union County
High School in 1988. Upon
graduation, I attended Lake City
Community College. where I
received an associate's degree.
In 1995 I earned a bachelor of
science degree with dual majors
from the University of Florida,
College of Agriculture.
I am currently self employed
as the owner/operator of
Tallman Farms. My wonderful
wife and I have been married
for 12 years'and we have three
boys, ages eight, five and one.
The great community that-'
we are so blessed to live in
motivates me to run for office.
I wvldid like to preserve and
maintain the way of life we
have enjoyed for so long in the
county. I realize that growth

is inevitable for this county;
but through proper leadership
and good decision making,
we can monitor this growth,
while at the same time we can
sustain progress which will
provide comfortable economic


LRC'Theatre
presents new
production
Lake Region Community
Theatre's latest production,
"Familiar Faces," presents
vignettes of everyday people
who tell their stories to the
soundtrack of unforgettable
cabaret music by musical
composer Jack Stella.
A teenager who has pitched
the game of her life. A widower
reminiscing about his lost lqve.
An enterprising bag lady staying
alive on the city streets. These
are just a few of the characters
introduced with humor and
poignancy in "Familiar Faces."
Shows have been scheduled
for April 18-20 and April 25-
27 at 7 p.m. at the playhouse
located at 218 S. Walnut St. in
.. Starke. Tickets are $15 and can
be purchased -at the playhouse
box office Monday-Wednesday
from 5-7 p.m. or tickets can
be reserved by calling (352)
226-4082 (leave a message if
necessary).

Friendship

Club to meet
The Union County Friendship
Club will meet at the home
of Grace Mozzy on Monday,
April 14, at 10 a.m. A covered-
dish luncheon will be served
at noon.

Gardening
extravaganza
set April 12
On Saturday. April 12, from
9 a.m. until noon, Hopeful
Baptist Church at 289 SE
Hopeful Dl)rive in ake City
will host its first gardening
extravaganza with master
gardeners from the Columbia
and Suwannee County UF/
IFAS extension offices. There
will be classes on cottage-style
gardens, fertilization, irrigation
systems, gardening questions,
crafts and gardening fun for
kids. For more information,
please call (386) 752-4135.

There is a woman at the
beginning of all great
things.
Alphonse De Lamartine


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Subscription Rate i
$30.00 per year:
$16.00 six months
Outside Trade Area
$30,00 per year:
$16.00 six months


3


Ricky Jenkins


Jimmy Tallman and his family.


conditions.
As yourcounty commissioner,
1 would work to make sure
the needs and demands of our
community are met. I believe
in honesty, integrity, fairness
and an appropriate system of


New Web site
designed for
Lake Butler
You can noxw visit the Lake
Butler on the Web at vwwvw.
cityoflakebutler.org.

Spring break
holidays set
Spring break is set for the


checks and balances in local
government.
If you do not personally know
me, I compel you to speak with
someone who does. Thank vou
for your support.

week of April 14-18. If your
child has mispklced a jacket.
please check with office staff.

Dollar Days at
the IGA
During the month of April,
be sure to add $1 to your
grocery tab at Spires IGA store
in Lake Butler to benefit the
Union County Ptblic Library
building fund.


Note that these
articles were
submitted by the
named candidates.


Emirl W. Flay
M( fliiA NolII


Jenkins seeks


re-election
lr.' r1^ \ AI 4 I 1


(The following is a statement
of intention to run for public
office submitted by the
candidate.)
1, Ricky Jenkins, proudly
announce my candidacy for re-
election as the Union County
District 5 County Commissioner
to serve all of Union County.
I am the son of the late Tom
Jenkins and Crystal Jenkins of
Lake Butler. My wife, 'Mary
Jenkins, and I have -been
married for 46 years and hivCe-
raised four children. We have
eight grandchildren and two
great-grandchildren. We have
lived most of our lives in Union
County and are members of-the
First United Methodist'Church
of Lake Butler."--
As your present county


commissioner, I have always
tried. to do what District 5 and
Union County citizens have
asked of me. My open door and
phone policies have always beEn
available to anyone who needs
me. As your commissioner,.
will continue to speak up for
what my fellow citizens vant
and believe in.
With your help and continued
support., \e will make Union
County the best county in
which to live and in which
to raise our families. I have
had great pleasure serving the
county for the past 16 years
,.and look forward to continuing
service as your District 5
County Commissioner.
Thank you,
Rictxy Jenkins and family


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April 10, 2008 UNION COUNTY TIMES Page 3A




Carey's in LB is new taste in town


Y I 'RI'S.A\
STON I--IRWIN
7Time'.s Staff' \'ri'r
(iuiests at thile ne\\ remod-
eled Care\ 's Countnr ('atfe
will lind home-stle cooking,
friendly people and a w\\arm alt-
mosphere.
Located in dow\ntxown ake
Butler across froiml the library,
Carey's opened without mLuchl
fanfare, except for a neon sign
that read "open." The Carey's
sign wasn't added until a few
weeks after the restaurant offi-
ciallv opened its doors on Feb.
27.
There was no up-front adver-


rising, and owners relied simply
on w ord of mouth. (o.od things
call coine I'romI snlmall town
ossipi, and ('are\ 's serves a
packed house c\re\ day, with
inan\ cuisloilers now\ consid-
rcid regulars. .lust ask lunch
regulars Linsdey\ Reddish and
T a\ lor Hull.
"'There isn't ani\\ here else in
the area to eat good food like
this on top of the good prices.
Have \ou tried the cheese-
cake?"
The restaurant is co-owned
by Kathy Carey and her daugh-
ter-in-law, Crystal Carey.
Most everything is made from
scratch, including side dishes


With prices so reasonable there are plans to add two more
you can dine there often, the tables.
service is always courteous and "We'd love to get a bigger
eficient. place if that's something the
If Carey's can survive in its community wants to support,"
limited space, it will continue Kathy said.
to thrive from the patronage of "We're also thinking about
customers who have yearned for opening Friday and Saturday
the taste of down home cooking nights for grilling," Crystal
in Lake B3utler. Right now, there added.
is available seating for 42, but About two years ago, the


Careys opened a thrift store in
the building. The business did
okay, but Kathy said she saw
the opportunity and the need
for a good d a affordable res,-
taurant in town.
"I talked about it with my
husband (Charles) and witlh
others wxho came in the store'
See CAREY'S, p. 5A.


Lindsey Reddish (left) and Taylor Hull (right) have
eaten lunch at Carey's every day since it opened. C LYATT:


like macaroni and' cheese and
roasted mashed potatoes with
gravy.
"People come back for the
good food, the prices and the
friendly staff," said Kathy.
Carey's serves breakfast
Monday through Friday from
6:30-10:30 a.m. and anytime
on Saturday during their regu-
lar hours of 6:30 a.m.-2:30
p.m. Breakfast items include
eggs any way, bacon, sausage,
grits, pancakes and biscuits


with gravv.
Lunch is served daily from
11 a.m.-2:30 p.m. and on Sun-
days from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. In ad-
dition to a regular lunch menu
featuring tvo daily entrees suchI
as beef tips over rice, chicken
parmesan or meatloaf with side
dishes like fresh green beans,
mashed potatoes with gravy,
macaroni and cheese or salad,
Carrevy's also serves a la carte
items such as hamburgers and
hotdogs.


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Continued from p. 2A

of my education and work
experiences have given me
insight to deal \with "da\ to
da\" concerns of citizens.
While working for the Cit\
of Lake ButlerI I ha \e the
opportunity to participate in
council meetings, and I make an
effort to attend them regular .
I have assisted and super ised
several major projects \\hile
working for the cit\. lThese
include the renovation of lake
ButlerCommuniti Center, 1Lake
Butler's downtown project,
renovation of the lowxnsend-
Green Building, the neO \ cit\
hall building and ntiuL crou ti-
park improv-ements. I have
also been instrumental in the
construction of the headxw all and
boat dock at lake Butler lIake.


Currently. I am supervising the
construction of a replica of the
Union Depot for the Rails to
Trails project.
While working on these.
projects, I have received
experience and training
in budgeting, personnel
management, human relations,
safety and facility maintenance.
All of this has prepared me
to serve as your County
Commissioner in District 3.
I am the son of Bobby and
Gi hria Clyatt of Lakc Butler. My
paternal grandparents are Vera
Civatt and the late J.R. Clyatt.
Mi\ maternal grandparents are
the late Calvin and Margaret
Touchstone. I am married to
Rhonda Dunlcan Clyatt and we
hai e t\wo children. Mv wifee,
Rhonda. is the reading coach
at l.ake Butler Middle School,
and has been teaching there for
thle past 19 years. My daughter.
Brianne is a sophomore at


Union County High School.
My son, Brenan, is a fifth--
grader at Lake Butler Middle
School.
My wife.and I, along with our
children, are active members
of Harmony Free Will Baptist
Church. At Harmony. I have
served in the capacity of youth
leader, Sunday School Teacher
(teens to young adults). and
choir member.
Serving people is not a nei\
adventure for me. It's always
been a aju part _.n-my life
through my family, church and
career. I would like to broaden
that dedication and devotion to
serve the citizens in District 3
as their County commissioner.
I care for and believe in Union
County. I will serve the people
in District 3 with enthusiasm.
fairness and professionalism. I
am a trustworthy. hardworking
and dependable person. My
Christian values, hard work


ethic, integrity and dedication
to Union County would put
the needs of the people first. If
elected. I would make mi self
available to the people in
Union county. As a county
commissioner. I would place
priority Q1 maximizing the use.
of the taxpayer's money.
An area I would like to
work on improving w\\ould be
the Union County Recreation
Department. I believe that if
we invest in the needs of young
people., xxcare costing ourselves
less mone\ in the future.
Some dreams I hav e for the
recreation department include
hiring a director, adding more
softball and baseball fields.
creating football and soccer
fields and a skateboard park.
1 would appreciate any
consideration \ou would give
to electing me as your County
Commissioner of District 3.
Thanks in advance for your
support!


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RELAY
Continued from p. 1A
This is the first time in
manila \cars that I .ake Butler
has had a Rela\ for l.ile.
I le contributions 1'romi these
businesses gi\e a Itremendous
boost to the efforts of the
communitll\ to raise lunids to
battle cancer.
Roberts lIand and Timber,
Siu annee Medical. Shadd


Trucking, Pritchett .Trucking,
PVS Inc., and Montpetit
Enterprises are challenging
the othlier local businesses to
also become e vent sponsors hy
making a corporate donation.
11' yon are interested in
becolinnlg a corporaMe sponsor,
forming a team, or need
i nlormnalion about patient
senr ices, please call \our lake
IutlerAnierican ancerSociety
('ommll nityi Represetative
Alee (iunderson at (352) 376-
6866. e\t. 5062.


National Crime


Victims Week


to be observed


Roberts Land and Timber, Suwanne Medical, Shadd Trucking, Pritchett Trucking, PVS Inc., and Montpetit
Enterprises have committed to a combined total of $12,250 in donations as corporate sponsors for the Union
County Relay for Life. Shown here are: (L-R) Jon Pritchett, Robin Wilson, American Cancer Society's Alee
Gunderson, Ann Fortner, Jack Montpetit, John Shadd, Avery Roberts and Chris Fortner.


Open letter to the community
from Union County Sheriff
Jerry Wvhitehead:
Last year's Virginia Tech
massacre reminds everyone
that crime can strike anyone-
anywhere. Twenty-three million
Americans become victims
every year, and violent crime
is on the rise in many areas
throughout our country.
National Crime Victims'
Rights Week, observed
nationwide April 13-19, calls
.on us to consider the life-
changing impact crime has on
victims and their loved ones,
and to make justice for all
victims an urgent priority in
this community.
All 50 states and the federal
government have victims' rights
laws that prescribe how to treat
victims.Thirty-three states have
amended their constitutions
to protect victims' rights.
All states have programs to
compensate victims for crime-
related losses, and legislatures
are passing new victims' rights.
laws every year.
Important laws,. such as
the federal Justice for All Act
of 2004, extend protections
to victims and close gaps in
victims' rights. This year's
theme is, "Justice for Victims.
Justice for All."
Whitehead said that means
there will be no justice for any
of us if we do not seek greater
.fairness for victims of crimes.


"Our community should stand
behind those harmed by crime,"
he said.
So how can jurisdictions
justify the costs of honoring
victims' rights?
First, the cost of indifference
to victims' rights in
incalculable. If authorities fail
to enforce a protective order or
notify a stalking victim when
a stalker has been released
from jail, victims may decide
that reporting crimes or
testifying incourt is too costly
and dangerous. Such failures
undermine the safety of our
entire community.
Second, enforcing victims'
rights can help the criminal
justice system \york more
effectively. A stalking victim
who is notified of the stalker's
release from jail can take steps
to -protect his or herself and
thus prevent another crime.
Such information from victims
enhances their own and others'
safety.
Other victims' rights
to a speedy trial, to receive
restitution and to be heard at
sentencing can also help keep
communities safe.
Speedy trials ensure swift
justice, remove offenders
from the street, and minimize
opportunities for witness
intimidation.- Court-ordered
restitution recognizes and
redresses the harm done to
victims, forces offenders to


directly compensate victims
and discourages further crimes.
Allowing victims to confer
with prosecutors and be heard
at sentencing ensures that
judges can take victims' vie'.ws
into account. Victim impact
statements at sentencing can
lead to fairer sentences and
greater public confidence in the
courts.
Whitehead and the Union


Preschool
screenings set
at LBES
Appointments can no\\ be
scheduled for free preschool
screenings at Lake Butler
.Elementary School on Friday.
Apri.. 25. for children between
the ages of three and four and
one-half years old. Appointment
hours are 9 a.m. to 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 \our
Social Security card, 11) and
proof of residence. For more
information, or to register your
child for a screening,, please
call Tricia Ranard at (386) 496-
3047.


County Sheriff's Office
emphasize their commitment
to public safety and victims'
rights. We have a full-time
Victim Advocate on our staff to
assist with any victim-related
issues. Due to grant monies
received from the Office of
the Attorney General, \ve can
provide this important service
to our citizens and all our
victims with very little cost to


Please note this screening
is not for children entering
kindergarten in 2008.


Brannen family
reunion set
The annual Brannen family
reunion for the descendants ,of
Benjamin and "lempa Brannen
\will be held on Sunday, April
20, at Mt. Zion Church in Lake
Butler. All guests please bring a
covered dish for lunch at 12:30
p.nm.

Revival set now
at FUMC
First United Methodist
Church on S.R. 121 in
Worthington Springs \\ill hold
re\ ival services with evangelist ,


Union County.
"I have always striven to
treat our victims the way I
would want to be treated, \\ith
compassion and understanding.
I. believe in doing our best to
bring justice to each of our
victims," Whitehead said.
Enforcing victims' rights
protects victims, enhances
public safety and fosters public
confidence in our criminal


Calvip Robinson from Ohito;
through Friday, April 1'l. at 7


justice system. (Communities
that support justice for victims
invest in achieving justice for
all.
If you need to contact mc
or our victim advocate. Fred
('aule\. \ ou can do so by
calling (386)'496-2501 or by
visiting our Web site at wvw.iV
unionsheriff.us. .
Jerry Whitehead
Union County Sheriff


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'welcome. Call (386) 496-1461.


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Sun llam-3pm
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Lake Butler
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DANGEROUS
*If a container leaks, pack it in a larger container
with alln absorbent material such as cat litter or
oil absorbent.
*Do not mix different or unknown materials together.
*Containes must be labeled. (If 1ou cannot identify
the contents thten label it unknown.)
*Pack the containers in boxes with dividers.

NOT WANTED
* Explosives such as amnmunitiion, dynamitie,
and blasting agents.
*Reactives such as crystallized ethers, picric
acid, and sodium anid phosphorus metals.
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*Pressurized cylinders such as propane
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April 10, 2008 UNION COUNTY TIMES Page 5A


CLARIFICATION


During the recent Unionr
Count\ communi t health
needs assessment, there were
a total of 52 tUnion Countyx
residents \\ho participated
in thlie ocus groups for
community\ input. A moderator
and recorder was assigned to
six different focus groups,
broken do\xwn as Hispanic,
senior citizens, correctional
system employees, low'
incorme/working poor and two
African-American groups.
Participants ranged in ages
from 16-82.
The majority of the
participants were female (73
percent) and 63.4 percent
identified themselves as
black, 32.7 percent identified
themselves as white and 5.8
percent identified themselves
as being of Hispanic ethnicity.
The meetings were audiotape
recorded with the permission
of all participants.
Thirteen questions were
presented for discussion and
at the end of each focus group
meeting, the recorder gave a
summary of the discussion
to participants to ensure that
the notes taken accurately
reflected the discussion.
The WellFlorida Council
provided brief summaries of
the answers to the focus group
questions, pinpointing themes
or issues within specific focus
groups that were noteworthy
as well as quotes from
participants. Excerpts from
areas of concern within the
focus group answers were
included in the March 27 issue
of The Union County Times.


CAREY'S

Continued from p. 3A

One thing led to another and
people started coming in ask-
ing, 'When are you going to
open your restaurant?'"
They began remodeling the
building about a year ago, just
about the time Charles and
Kathy's son-and Crystal's
husband-Joe Carey, left for
a yearlong tour of duty in Af-
ghanistan.
"We started when Joe left and
1 said 1 wanted to have it done
by the time he got back. He just
got back the last weekend of
March and we were up and run-
ning and doing really good,"
Kathy said.
A tour of the restaurant found
a very clean and tidy kitchen
area. The Careys completely
remodeled the kitchen area and
added several booths in the din-
ing area.
They credit getting the res-
taurant open to the amount of
support they received from the
community. For example, Trin-
ity Baptist Church had some
floor tile left over from their
church and donated the tile for
the kitchen. Area subcontractors

Senior news...
Insurance advice offered to
'senior citizens: SHINE (Serving
the Health Insurance Needs of
Elders) offers insurance advice
and counseling for senior
citizens.
Union County resident Bob
Hakes will be available on
Tuesday, April 15, at the Union
County Health Department
from 2-4 p.m.


Thlre AI'ricn-Am ericatn focus
group's brief sulimmilar to the
questions, "h\\hC'ere would youl
suggest I not go o getl health
information'. as provided by
the Well Florida (ouncil \\as
included ill the article under
African-American group
findings. It is \\ritten belo\v
with words that xxere formerly
omitted shown in brackets.
The finding iixwas taken exactly
as written in paragraph form
in the Union County Health
Needs Assessment booklet
dated November 2007, page
5-2.
The African-American rural
group participants commented
that Lake Butler Hospital
did not meet their health
information needs, primarily
due to not being treated welli
by staff and having to wait a
long time for services land
information i. 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 I information
or] support received is based,
on whether the person Ior
organization 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.
Copies of the booklet report
are available at the Union
County Health Department.


provided some labor and mate-
rials needed at good prices, say-
ing they were looking forward
to the restaurant opening.
"More than anything, a lot of'
people offered us their moral
support," Charles said.
As for Kathy, she arrives ev-
ery morning at 5 a.m. and said
she loves it. "It's just like cook-
ing at home, only now I make a
little money doing it."

One customer describes the
hash brown casserole as "the
bomb." Another local estab-.
lishment heard about i't fnd
even called to get the "liccipe.
and Kathy was happy to oblige.
It's hard to find corn bread in a
restaurant that actually tastes
good, but Kathy's got a secret
recipe for that.
Top off a meal with a home-
made dessert such as chocolate
delight, now renamed "better
than sex" by some custom-
ers. Or stop in for a Hershey's
kisses brownie covered with ice
cream, a peach cobbler, cheese-
cake, or a 20-ounce real fruit
strawberry, banana or pineapple
milk shake.


Be WISE sponsors senior
' eries: Learn about the services
available to senior citizens in
Union County on Thursday,
April 17, from 10 11 a.m. at
Lake Butler Hospital. The topic
will be Brain Health: Memory
Loss and Alzheimer's. There
will be refreshments, prizes and
more.
For more information please
call (386) 496-2323 ext. 227.


Woman wins State Hopping Contest
after using Thera-Gesic
BEXAR COUNTY- Mary Ann W. applied
Thera-Gesic" to her aching hip and one day later
went on to win the State Hopping-Contest.
When asked what she likes most about entering
hopping contests, she painlessly replied, "None
of your dang business!"
A "Stay tuned for another Thera-Gesic" moment!






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SPC Charles Childress


In Service
SPC Charles Glenn C(hildress
of Lake B1utler has been called
to defend our country. In the
IU.S. Army ior five years, he has
been training for three months
at Fort Dix and will hbe going
with the 320th Military Police
Company and will attach to
the 101is Airborne (Screaming
Eagles) in Iraq.
Waiting for his sale return
aloni with all the others in the
320t. are his wile Roberta
Childress, daughter Brooke
Childress, parents Carila and
Dwayne C'arroll, sisters Felicia
and Dana Carroll, and many
others. Be safe and come home
soon. We love our soldiers. God
bless the 320th MP Company.


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35th Anniversar'N

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620 E Main St.
Lake Butler, FL 32054
(386) 496 4735
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Summer VPK
program set
If your child will he entering
kindergarten this lall, there
is a. summLer voluntary pre-
kindergarten program I'or
children wxho xWill reach five
years of age on or before Sept.
1, 2008.
If your child participated in
the VPK program at any of the
following locations, he or she
is 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.

Summer camp
set for health
care students
Suwannec River AHEC is
now accepting applications
for Health Care Summner
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
Hlispanic 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 grade
point average.
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.
med.ufl.edu/oma/hcsi.shtml.
The application deadline is
Friday, April 18. .

Workshop set
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" in
a workshop on Saturday, April
12.
The workshop will include
a full day featuring a grass-fed
grilling demonstration, meat
tasting and lecture examining
the world of sustainable,
humane meat production.
The workshop will take
place from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Registration is $50 and includes
lunch. Children 14 and under
will be allowed to attend for
free.
"It's time that people learn
about the healthy, humane
alternative," said Dennis
Stoltzfoos of Full Circle Farm
in Live Oak. Full Circle Farm
is a producer of grass-fed meat,
eggs and dairy products.
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.


SInE R & E Site,

Bbr*h 2 008Development


Main Street Starke, Inc. Board Meeting
Monday, April 14
12:00 Noon
Located at Chamber of Commerce Boardroom.
100 E. Call St., Starke
www.mainstreetstarke.com
Bradford County Tourism Board
Thursday, April 17
12:00 Noon
Located at Chamber of Commerce
100 E. Call St., Starke
I Oth Annual Strawberry Festival
Saturday, April 19 and Sunday, April 20
9:00 a.m.
Located at Downtown Starke
Chamber Board of Governors
Thursday, April 24
12:00 Noon
Gov. Charley Johns Conference Center
1 610 N. Temple Ave., Starke


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* Aggressively seek out and arrest drug dealers...
* Help Victims not criminals...
* Properly equip and train our Deputies...


* Wear a uniform...
* Drive a marked patrol car...
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Not a hot potato, just a plastic pig: Jocelyn Gibson
hands over her toy pig to Brian Kish during the barn
yard race at the LBES field day.


ABOVE: (L-R) Malcom Odem and Sylvia McNicholas
try to keep teammate Luke Drake on his feet during the
tug,-Qf-war.


RIGHT: Nadine Faulk's class won the fourth grade
field day event competition. They are shown here
celebrating. The trophy for the winning team was
donated by Sporting Chance in Starke.


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INDEX
51 Lost/Found
52 Animals & Pets
53 Yard Sales
54 Keystone Yard Sales
55 Wanted
56 Trade or Swap
57 For Sale
58 Building Materials
59 Personal Services
60 Secretarial Services
61 Scriptures
62 Vacation/Travel


63 Love Lines
64 Business Opportunity
65 Help Wanted
66 Investment Opportunity
67 Hunting Land for Renty
68 Rent to Own
69 Food Supplements
70 Self Storage
72 Sporting Goods
73 Farm Eiquipment
74 Computers & Computer
Accessories


40 Notice
41 Vehicles Accessories
42 Motor Vehicles
43 RV's & Campers
44 Boats
45 Land for Sale
46 Real Estate Out of Area
47 Commercial Property
Rent, Lease, Sale
48 Homes for Sale
49 Mobile Homes for Sale
50 For Rent


CLASSIFIED DEADLINES

Word Ad Classified Tuesday, 12:00 noon
Classified Display Tuesday, 12:00 noon


e To place a Classified
USE YOUR PHONF


964-6305 473-2210 496-2261

NOTICE
Classified Advertising should be paid in advance unless credit has already been
established with the newspaper. A $3.00 service charge will be added to all
billing to cover postage and handling. All ads placed by phone are read back to
the advertiser at the time of placement. However, the classified staff cannot be
held responsible for mistakes in classified advertising taken by phone. The
newspaper reserves the right to correctly classify classifyand edit all copy or to reject
or cancel any advertisements at any time. Only standard abbrevations will be
accepted.


40
Notice
EQUAL HOUSING OP-
PORTUNITY. All real
estate advertising in this
newspaper is subject to
the Federal Fair Housing
Act of 1968 which makes
it illegal to advertise "any
preference, limitation or
discrimination based on
race, color, religion, sex
or national origin, or an in-
(ention to make any such
preference, limitation or
discrimination." Familial
status includes children
under the age ol 18 living
with parents or legal cus-
todians, pregnant womini
and people securing i cI;-
lody of children iilnd rr
18 This newiipapOl will
not knowingly accept iiny
adverlisin lfnor loal j ";;i h
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the law Our readers
are hereby informed that
all dwellings advertised
in this newspaper are
available on an equal
opportunity basis. To
complain of discrimina-
tion, call HUD toll-free at
1-800-669-9777, the toll-


free telephone number
for the hearing impaired
is 1-800-927-9275 For
further information call
Florida Commission on
Human Relations, Lisa
Sutherland 850-488-7082
ext #1005r
CLASSIFIED ADVERTIS-
ING should be submitted


LYNN-Is

CONSTRUCTION, INC.

New Modular Homes
* New Construction & Remodeling
New Roofs & Re-roofing

CALL TODAY!

352-745-1189


to the Starke office in
writing & paid in advance
unless credit has already
been established with
this office. A $300 SER-
VICE CHARGE will be
added to all billings to
cover postage & handling.
THE CLASSIFIED STAFF
CANNOT BE HELD RE-
SPONSIBLE FOR MIS-
TAKES IN CLASSIFIED
ADVERTISINGS TAKEN
OVER THE PHONE
Deadline is Tuesday
at 12 noon prior to that
Thursday's publication
Minimum charge is $9,50
for the first 20 words,
then 20 cents per woro
thereafter
42
Motor Vehicles
'97 GMC 3500 BOX TRUCK,
$3.500 '97 Chevy 2500
pickup, $3,000 Call 352-
514-9775 or 352-359-
6669.
DAVE'S AUTO SALES INC
'00 Taurus SE, $2.950
cash Zero fees added.
Our price includes every-
tIling. No bogus dealer
fees Call 904-214-9357
or click dasmiddleburg.
con
DAVE'S AUTO SALES, INC
'99 Ranger XLT. See pics
at dasmiddleburg corn'or
come by, lust south of
MiddlObur onSR21 Call
904-214-9357
DAVE'S AU IO SALFS, INC
We have vans Lverything
we sell has been driven
inore iethan 100 m les and
passed inspections See
places and plclures al
ilSiiil iidd lel)g core
DAVE'S AUTO SALES, INC
'99 TACOMA PRERUN-
NIER We finance with no
credit check No pushy
salesmen The first deal-
ership on the right 2865
SR21, Middleburg
REMEMBER THIS AID AND
DAVE'S PAYS your lai
and tille lees up lo $200.
Map us dasmiddl2burg
coin or call 904-214-
9357


43
RVs and
Campers
'94 COACHMAN CATA-
LINA LITE 5TH WHEEL
23' long, garage kept.
clean, excellent condition
$5.500, call 904-782-3272
or 904-509-4583

45
Land for Sale
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
2 ACRES COUNTRY LIV-
ING IN GRAHAM 4/2,
$825/rth Other proper-
ties available also Call
352-468-1011
ONE ACRE WITH 28X80
4/2 MOBILE HOME. like
new. Financing available.
4 miles from Starke, call
386-496-1146.
MIDDL EBUG/KEY-
STONE/PU3INAM Lots
lor sale. 1/3 acre and
up, low clown Owner
financing available Call
1-800-616-8373
1 75 ACRES. BI3AULtTIFUL
HIGHLY AND DRY PAS-
TURE I.AND Mobile
homes and horses al-
lowed Asking $29,900
Call 901 -422-04/(70 (own-
or/agenIl)
OWNER FINANCE -
SFARKIE/I..AKE BU-TI-EI
AREA- 1 1/2 acres to 4
acre lots with pondand
river Granddaddy oaks
and rolling hills Call 386-
496-0683 or 352-284-
7608.
ACREAGE AND FARMS
140 ACRES. 1 mile road
fronlage $6K/acre Call
904 -259-8028
47
Commercial
Property (Rent,
Lease, Sale)
ONE STORF IN IIFAllI


OF DOWNTOWN 111
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 Idea! for
medical, legal, account-
ing or business offices.
$350 including utilities
and laxes, or all 4 ollices
for $290 each plus utilities
and laxis Call 352-275-
'ii31 today lor a walk


48
Homes for Sale
STARKE 3/1, $122,500.
NICELY RENOVATED,
corner lot, $4K rebate.
Credit. problem ok R.
Austin Really, Inc 904-
796-0862.
3/1 STUCCO HOME AT-
TACHED TO A 1/1 EF-
FICIENCY. 6 acres with
additional above ground
septic, deep well with pos-
sibility of additional mobile
home or RV Located 2
miles irom Starke on Hwy
100, 134th St $184,000,
financing possible with
approved credit Call John
at 904-964-6305


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


"Affordable Quality"



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(lee lFamily Owned & (peCrated
Vsake Conmercial Resident

Igo go WI


PO Box 82
Ft. White, FL


Office: 386-497-1419
Toll Free 1-866-9LW-ROI
32038 Fax: 386-497-1452,


We WVork From
*.,| StaIrt to Finish!
_ia "Nio lull"



licensed Ito)ded(l
OF Wiorkes-rs '1o1p.
0rir ense # lC(iio67442


2 BED 1 BATH, 29 gage
metal roof. new electri-
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
BY OWNER LAKE BUTLER
NEW HOME, 3/2 concrete
block with stucco 1346
sq ft heated space plus
9x15 porch and 14x26
garage. $159,500. Lo-
cated at 435 NW lst SL
(behind C&S Outdoors).
Call 904-364-7607.
49
Mobile Homes
for Sale
ONE ACRE WITH 2BR MO-
BILE HOME. 6860 NW
204th Terr, Starke, FL
Call 1-802-897-8624 or
904-782-3626
1977 24X65 MOBILE HOME
ON ONE ACRE with new
4" deep well. $49K in
Lake Butler. Call 904-
966-0765.
1 ACRE WITH 2000,.28X60
3/2 MOBILE HOME Like
new with well and septic
Financing available In
Union County. $74K, call


386-496-1146
NEVER BEFORE TITLED
4/2. Will deliver and set
up for free, only $39,900.
Call 904-783-4619.
BRADFORD COUNTY 4/2
ON YOUR LAND. Only


$358/mth, call 904-783-
4619
NEW "2007" LOT MODEL
MUST GO Must see to
believe. 2100 sq ft 4/3:
.fireplace, study, sli'dirn
glass door wilh furniture


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Located in Downtown Starke
Next to Wainwright Park
Call Cathey Pitts, Administrator, For Directions

(904) 964-2220


Timberland For Sale
All Tracts Have Planted Pine &
Paved Road Frontage

Bradford County
493 ac $5,000/ac
368 ac $3,500/ac
320 ac $3,500/ac
237 ac $3,500/ac


SOUTHERN PROPERTY SERVICES

352-475-3500

352-375-7731
Website:
Floridalandl.com


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and deco., setup and
delivery A/C, sksirtingand
steps, $64,900. Call Lairy
at904--259-1100
`2008" 28X44 3/2, FLEET-
WOOD. $29.900 Call
Larry at 904-259-1100.
NEW "2008" 28X72 4/2.
1890 SOFT Sliding glass
door, side by side refrig-
erator, dishwasher, furni-
tufe and decor $49,900.
904-259-8028
50
For Rent
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-
tion. 10% discount on first
month's rent for senior cit-
izens. Rooms with private
bath, $115 $135. /wk.
Room without bath, $100.
Laundry facilities avail-
able, Close to churches,


stoles, downtown shop-
ping, theatre, and more!
See Manager at the Mag-
nolia Hotel, across from
the Starke Post Office.
904-964-4303.
WE HAVE 2 OR 3 bedroom
MH, clean, close to prison.
Call 352-468-1323.
LAKEFRONT RENTAL -
$950/mth. Other rentals
available. Call 678-438-
6828, for more informa-
tion.
OWN YOUR OWN HOME -
MOBILE HOME COMMU-
NITY. No banks, flexible
terms. Lake Butler area.
Call 386-496-8111 or go
to www.hiddenoaksmhc.
com.
LAKE BUTLER APART-
MENTS 1005 SW 6th
Street, Lake Butler, Fl
32054. Ph: 386-496-3141,
TDD/TTY 711. Rental
assistance for qualified
applicants. 1,2,3 & 4 BR
HC & non HC acces-
sible apartments. Laun-
dry facility & playground.
Water, sewer & garbage


Smith & Smith Realty
Sheila Daugherty,
Realt0r
(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/lBA on Orange Street. Hardwood FIs.
Floors & Above-ground Pool. $1 12,000
MLS #421161
* Acre Wooded in Pleasant Grove Area.
Mobile Home Allowed. $20,000
MLS #402345
* 1.25 Acres on Corner of N.E. 12th Ave.
& 171st Street $20,000
MLS #424653
*2 Wooded Acres Just Off Griffis Loop
$32,000 MLS #420759
*'49.87 Acres Wooded, Marketable Timber
4 Reduced $423,895 MLS#323147
*10 acres outside of Hampton. Wooded
Homes or Mobile Homes.
Reduced $99,000 MLS #323204





T.H.E. Apartments
922 E. Brownlee St. Starke, Florida

Newly Remodeled
2 & 3 Bedrooms Available
Rent is based on Income
Water, Sewer
On-Site Laundry Facility & Play Areas
Office Open: Monday Friday 8:00 to 4:30 p.m.
S Call (904) 964-7133 1
Voice rYAcc 1-800-545-1833, Et. 381


Southern Ttmberco, Inc.
[ HI f : 'l" *' m, ~


We buy timber.

Pine and Hardwoods

Small & Large Tracts
Josh Crawford Michael Hardee
352-745-1565 904-364-6907



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110 WEST CALL ST., STARKE
(904) 964-5764
Fax (904) 964-6905
Fast, Friendly, Professional Help


provided. Equal Housing
Opportunity.
OWN YOUR OWN HOME,
USE YOUR TAX RE-
FUND CHECK to own
your own home. We can
make it happen. Call for
more details, 386-496-
8111 or go to www.hid-
denoaksmhc.com.
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-
tured Home Community,
Lake Butler. Call for de-
tails, 386-496-8111.
3BR RENTAL $900/MTH.
CALL SUSAN FAULKNER
O'NEAL, 352-745-1212,
owner/agent.
SINGLEWIDE MOBILE
HOME, 2/2, $600/MTH.


'Land Clearning
'Ponds
*Dozer Work
*Road Building
*Driveways
*Heavy Brush
Mowing


Located in Lake Butler.
Call 904-966-0765.
MELROSE HOUSE 2/1,
ON PAVED ROAD. 2,5
acres, screened porch.
workshop. $675/mth,
first, last and security.
Call 352-475-3094 or
352-235-1143.
2/1 HOUSE ON 1/2 ACRE
CENTRAL AC, carpet,
in Starke. $575/mth plus
$575/dep. Call 904-514-
9232.
3/2 DOUBLEWIDE ON 1
ACRE CH/A, fireplace,
quiet area. $650/mth
plus deposit. Call 352-
468-3221.
3/1.5 IN KEYSTONE
HEIGHTS $550/MTH.
Call 352-258-4617.
3/2 MOBILE HOME -
ADDED ROOM CAN
BE USED as 4th room.
One acre. barn with one


X ".-.-- Demolition
'Road Grading
R.E. Jones *Fill Dirt
*Limerock
Owner .Washout
'Site Prep
Licensed 'Fire Line
& Insured Plowing


Office: 904-966-0065'CeO: 904-364-8733
kk 16418 SW 66th Lane Starke, FL 32091




With Stump Jumper & Laminated Tail Wheel!

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

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

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

6' --.t...........$785.00 65hp gearbox


stall, two sheds, peaceful
neighborhood $650/imlht
call 904-368-1222
UNFURNISHED SMALL
WOOD FRAME HOUSE
2/1 at 301. High land,
$450/mth plus $300/dep.
Call 904-289-7876, voice
mail.
2/1.5 WITH CH/A-SINGLE-
WIDE MOBILE HOME.
Wooded lot, $375/mth
plus $375/dep. Call 352-
243-4563.
STARKE LARGE 3/2 DOU-
BLEWIDE. $600/mth
plus deposit. Call 352-
235-6319.
2BR MOBILE HOME, PAR-
TIALLY FURNISHED


$350/mth plus deposit.
Call 904-964-9089.
3/2 1350 SO FT HOUSE'
NEAR HOSPITAL AND
SCHOOL in Starke.
Fenced back yard. $8501
mth plus security. Call
904-782-1957.
52
Animals & Pets
CKC REGISTERED BEA-
GLE PUPPIES FOR
SALE. Females, $300
and males, $250. Taking
deposits now, ready after
their physical. Call 904-
'964-3858.
DOG TAGS DOG TAGS -
DOG TAGS! Buy them at


'I Ne rvwyMtras


* Limerock
* Slag Rock
* Crushcrete
* Millings


* Concrete Sand
* Crusher Run
* Masonry Sand
* Gravels


Bradford Limerock
Since 1977
Allen E. Taylor, Owner
904-509-9126M


BATHROOM
REMODELING + MORE
HANDYMAN SERVICES
CoWe spletciathrolize in remodeling people
seandlloor tileworkTubandshower conversions,
remodeling. From kitchen, bathto exterior repairs, \
wall-oor-D SALworbuiES AUTowerseating.









T Re list goferences Available.
V Call Steve, (904) 465-0078




EXTRA CASH!,


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that the holidays are over?
We specialize in helping people
sell through our Classifieds!


* YARD SALES*-AUTOS* BOATS
* CLOTHES* APPLIANCES..



Call Melisa Today at

904-964-6305


Faulkner Realty, Inc.


Sus



fat

TOTALLY RENOVATED
3,500 SF TWO-STORY
HOME
Located on Historic
Walnut Street in Starke.
Granite Kitchen coun-
tertops, upgraded light-
ing & hardwood floors.
YOU HAVE TO SEE
THIS ONE!
$425,000


1 ACRE MH LOT
With Septic & Power Pole
Owner Financing

$29,900


an Faulkner-O'Neal, Brok
(9041964-5069
405 W. Georgia St. Starke
ulknerrealty@embarqmail. corA


:er


KEYSTONE VILLAGE

APARTMENTS
Take a Look at us Now!






Convenient to'shopping, restaurant, boat ramps,
Keystone Heights public beach, schools, banks
&medical facilities All units have additional outside storage
Full carpeting and vinyl flooring
Central 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

n p i 418 S.E. 41st Loop =
Handicpped in Keystone Club Estates 'P o,"mpi"iy
(Next to the Goif Course)

Co,,i, in (and see us or call lit,, at 352 473-3682
I- -A


ROOMS
FOR RENT
Economy Inn
Lawtey. FL' $35 & UP
Low Daily & Weekly Rates
Daily Rm Service
Microwave- Cable/HBO
Refrigerator Local Phone
(904) 782-3332


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.
COCKATIELS ONE MALE,
ONE FEMALE (without
cage). $50 for both. Call
904-368-8129 or 904-
796-2275.
PAINT PONY FOR SALE 7
YEARS OLD. Negative
coggins, serious inquiries
only, $800. Call 904-964-
4789.
FREE DOGS TO GOOD
HOME. 2 6YR OLD
LABS, one female, one
male, both fixed and
housebroken. 1 18mth
old Bull Mastiff/American
Pit Bull, very gentle male.
1 6mth old Bull Mastiff/
American Pit Bull male
pup. Call 904-964-6022.


53A
Yard Sales
MOVING SALE THROUGH
APRIL 18. Lin's Basketry
& Gifts, 103 Edwards
Rd.
MULTI FAMILY RAI-
FORD, SATURDAY
AND SUNDAY. April 12
and 13, 9am-2pm. One
mile north of SR121 on
CR229 (flashing light).
CDs, DVDs, cassettes,
tools, household items,
vacuum, bikes, DirecTV.
internet satellite system,
coolers, stereo speakers,
BB gun, digital camera,
Canon AET and AE1 cam-
eras and accessories.
MULTI FAMILY GARAGE
SALE FRIDAY AND
SATURDAY, 7am-? at
Brown's Trailer Park next
to Ford dealership on
301. Roosters, pigs and
cows.


Wte Cat it

CONCRETE #


TUPPERWARE AND HOME
INTERIORS GARAGE
SALE Friday and Sat-
urday. April 11-12, 9am-
3om 1730 Rai-rid Rd
(SR16W). Call 904-364-
7790 or 352-745-1106 for
directions.
FRIDAY, 9AM-3PM AT
CROSBY LAKE OFF
SR100, 6546 SW 163rd
St., look for signs. Uni-
forms and other items.
MULTI FAMILY YARD SALE.
Too much to list. Rain or
shine. Yard sale held
inside. 719 Edwards Rd,
Starke. Friday and Satur-
day, 8am-3pm.
YARD SALE SATURDAY,
APRIL 12, 8AM-? 1502
Dodd St. Some large
items.
1203 BLANDING ST.,
STARKE. Saturday,
8am-12pm. Antiques,
kitchenware, misc.


:PEN 24/7
Owner: Buddy Browder


19563 NWaSR 16
Starke, FL


Gatorbone Rd. (off CR-352)
4 BR/3 BA Pool Home, 2,463 sq. ft. Open floor plan,
new roof and remarcited pool. Stainless steel
kitchen & many other upgrades! 30x40 workshop, 2
S' ,sheds, & 2 wells! Zoned AR-AG Residential. Call
S,_,,r,,1 cIp, MNDI ,i Debra LeRoy at 904-861-7400 or Anne Milanes at
$305,788 904-861-7300..


NEW HOME 1 ACRE LOT
Wl;,.' ,L ..."*r .-fl ---I--- I _a& ...-'- iS ----- . aizvml


3BR/2BA, wood, tile & carpet flooring, jacuzzi tub in master bath,
stainless steel appliances, fireplace, concrete drive, landscaped yard &
much more. $229,000

Ferguson office 904-966-2178
-=-O Homes..... cell 904-626-4550


COUNTRY LIVING ONLY $79,900, On paved rod,d 1'" acres, pond, 66x28,
4 BR/2BA, fireplace, metal roof, 2 porches, fenced, all appliances, carport,
storage and work shop. Move in now, located between Worthington Springs and
Lake Butler. 2 blocks off SR 121 on Little Springs Road. Call Ray at 352-339-
4132 or 386-496-2829.


7568 Golf Street
SWMH Walk to school, Great Investment or First Time Home
3BR/2BA, needs some TLC, being sold "AS IS". Property stays
rented for $625 + a month.
$49,000showcase.net
Visit our Web page www.centutry2I showcase.n ct


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

1-800-366-3419


J SERVIC


11-23 acres in Lawtey area.
Joins management area.
$7,000/acre.

COMMERCIAL SITES available.
Vacant or with buildings.


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53C
Lake Butler
Yard Sales
MOVING SALE RAIFORD
SATURDAY. April 12,
8aim-5pmi Kitchen, liv-
ing room and bedroom
items, lilt chair, plants and
household things. Look
lor signs at caution light.
55
Wanted
WANTED DISH NET-
WORK RECEIVERS. Will
pay cash and will pick up.
Call 352-284-8140.


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
WESTFRN AUI'O IN
SIAIKtE. call 90.1-964-
68.11
POOL SI IDE, 1URNS 10
110I1ll. le iulat ion size.
$200 Pennsylvania
school Ihouse bell. ap-
piox 1:30 years old. best
offer. 2 large glass dis-
play cabinets, mirrored
and lighted, 79"Hx34"W.
$250 each OBO. Pearl
drum set, white, $450.
Call 352-475-3505.
SPECIAL STEEL BUILD-
INGS. 'lBreak through
show building discounts.
36x36 100x100. Up to
50% off, can erect., www
scg-glp.com. Source:
OSH, 352-353-4047.
1 60" GRAVELY. 1 60"
DIXIE CHOPPER. 2 -
72" Dixie Choppers. 1
48" Walker (Bagger).
16' and 25' lawn trailers.
Call for prices and more
info, 904-206-1723 or
904-782-3412.
DECKS 1-10'X16' WITH
RAILS. 1-8'X1.2' WITH
RAILS and 30' ramp. In
good shape. Make an
offer, will take highest
alter two weeks. You take
apart and haul away. Call
352-473-9945.
FORD LAWNMOWER
CM224. Commercial
60" front deck, diesel,
automatic, 4x4, power
steering. Very good con-
dition. Only 117 hours.
$4,900, call Ray at 352-
339-4132.
ADULT PAMPERS SIZE
LARGE with side ad-
hesive, 72 count, $50.
New Dell computer 2 gig
XP Pentium 512MB, 2,
speakers, wireless mouse
and keyboard. 17" LCD
screen, many extras with
4yr warranty, $900 firm.
Call 386-496-0016.
WHIRLPOOL WASHER
HEAVY DUTY. Super
capacity, white, five years
old, money back guaran-
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Starke, 904-964-6774.
ELECTRIC YAMAHA'GOLF
CART. Has brand new
batteries, front and rear
seats, $1.350 OBO. Call
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Apartment for Rent
Always Renting? Buy a
3bd 2ba Home only $200/
mo! 5%dn. 20yrs @(
8%apr! For Listings
(800)482-9419.
$326/Mo! 4BR/4BA HUD
Home! (5% down 20 years
(Ot 8% apr) More. lHomes
Available from $199/Mo!
For listings call (800)366-
9783 Ext 5669.
Attorneys
BANKRUPTCY,
FOR CLOSURE.
DIVORCE Worries and
Woes Arrested' Injured?
Auto Accident? Unhappy
Marriage? Call an Attomrney
24 hours AAA Attorney
Referral Service. Inc
(800)733-6337.
Auctions
Land & Timber Auction -
3,304+/- Acres offered in
46 Tracts. Located in
Walton & Okaloosa
Counties. 1:1. and
Escambia Co.. AL. Iand
for hunting timber and
potential home sites, near
Fort Wallon Beach, FL.
Saturday. May 3, 1.0:00
AM. For more
in formation got to
scliaderauctioncom or
call ((800)451 -2709.
Sclhrader Real I-slate &


Auction Co.. Rex
Schrader: BK#3208604.
AUCTION Partnership
Dissolution 652-Acres
Divided & Equipment.
Sat.. April'' 26. Ilam
Turner County. GA. This
property sells in tracts.
combinations of tracts or
as a whole. 13 tracts with
large & small tracts, 200-
acres in CRP Longleaf &
Slash pines receive
Federal payments. Mature
pines on the property, 35-
acre lake & 7-acre pond.
quaint cabin on lake.
Pasture land ready for hay
or cultivation. Over 6.160
ft. of frontage on Lee
Road. Also selling a. long
list of farm &
construction, equipment.
Terms: Pay 20% down.
10% buyer's premium.
SPECIAL FINANCING
FROM SELLER: 7.9%.
call for complete terms.
GAL.2034. (800)479-
1763 John Dixon &
A s s o c .
www.jolindixon.com
Business Opportunities
A.L., CASH CANDY
ROUTE Do you earn
$800 in a day'? 301
Machines and Candy All
for $9,995. (888)629-
9968 10(2000033. CAI.I


59
Personal
Services
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 lor this service and
we'll put some fast cash
in your hand. No title, no
problem. Call 877-695-
JUNK (5865).
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.
IMMIGRATION/NATURAL-
IZATION FORMS. LET-
TERS. document lists
prepared Non-attorney.
Call 352-4173-339,1. leave
message.
64
Business
Opportunity
LIQUOR LICENSE Brad-
ford County. No transfer
fee. RealtyMasters, Real-
tors. 800-523-7651.
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Retiring. $24,900 Call
941-228-8110
65
Help Wanted
IRS JOBS- $18.46-$32 60/
FIR 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.
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.
CAREGIVER CNA and/or 2
Years experience working
with elderly or disabled
clients. 2 or 3 days per
week: Sunrise Hornec-
are Services, Hampton.
Phone 352-468-2619.
FIBERGLASS LAMINA-
TOR AND PARS 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.


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OWNER FINANCED
10-acre estates, paved
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electric. $89.900, great
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able to lilt 150ilbs. Fax
resume to 904-964-9233
or 904-259-9707.
MATURE. DEPENDABLE.
RELIABLE OFFICE PER-
SON NEEDED. Heavy
computer and grammar
skills needed (40wpm
necessary), Please send
resume to PO Drawer A,
Starke, FL 32091.
TRADESMAN NEEDED
FOR HOME REPAIR
WORK. Call 352-475-
1596, leave message.
GRAPHIC DESIGNER/
TYPESETTER. Experi-
ence with graphic design
software (Photoshop. In-
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word processing. Must
be able to type 40wpm.
Basic grammar skills
.needed. Fax resume to
904-964-8628, or mail to
PO Drawer A, Slarke, IFL
32091
CAREGIVER NEEDED FOR
ELDER MAN assist with
meals, light housekeeping
and generalcare Week-
end shill. CNA preferred
but nt required $9 50/hr
Please lax resume to 352-
375-7031


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$2(),000 hontums. Keelp lIe
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training. lie a Sollici. I-
,800-((O-(;l.IA RID.Com
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only $199/mio! More 1-
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8'!" apr. But. 41IR
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i.islings (IIO( )3t.6-97,83
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lomecs For Sale
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Homes I'mrom S199 imo
Fitanicmg Rels
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w '' "., ll'! Fo' r Itsrmuings
& Iltl (S0().l-H2".9-1 |9.
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PI-F- 3-11/11-7 shiltls
Experience with elderly
dementia.residents. Call
904-284-8506 or 904-
284-8200 or 800-638-
3138. Penney Retirement
Community. Drug Free
Workplace and EOE.
$80/DAY CASH TO WORK
FRIDAYS, 8am-6pm.
D.O.C. apparel and boots,
near the prisons. Dean,
850-545-6642.
OFFICE HELP NEEDED
LAWTEY AREA. Must
have experience with
phones, computers. Hu-
man Resources. 30-
40hrs/wk. Fax resume to
904-782-9850.
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Holidays
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Independent Publisher
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Househoundnmag.comn or
call (866)475-0766 ext.
102 for magazine copy.
Cars for Sale
Police Inpouinds for Sale!
97 Ionda Civic $500! 94
Toyota Camry $700! For
listings call (800)366-
9813 Exi 9271.
Employment Services
Gel Crane Trained! Crane/
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(SOO482-94.19.
311R 21A Foreclosure!
$10.500! Only $199/Mo!
5"' down 20 years (at 8".
apr. Buyv. 4n/lR $326,Mo!
For listings (SO0)366-9783
lExt 5760,
Lots & Acreage
WI01 CABIN & 211H acres
only $119.90(. O\\n itihe
dream! New I.o00 sl' log
cabin pa.ckge. Near FI. (iA
border. 90 milnules
.lacksousille. Potential to
subdiv iid sIxcellent
Iianmcing. ('all inowUt
(S00)1 98-.101)0 x 1399.
Miscellaneous
1)1 \'() 1 C 7275-S3.50*
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lixciulies g \l. Icfees! Call
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ex I, (8li. (. ir l li-lr I) Alia
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leaching and/or super-
visory experience pre-
ferred. Registered Nurse,
FT and PRN positions.
LPN, PRN Positions.
CNA, PRN Positions.
Paramedic PRN. Lab
MLT/MT-FT, PT and PRN
positions (competitive sal-
ary). Radiology Technolo-
gist, PRN weekend call.
For further information,
please visit our website at
www.lakebutlerhospital.
com. 386-496-2323, fax
386-496-1611. Equal
Employment Opportunity/
Drug Free Workplace.
SONIC DRIVE-IN MANAG-
ERS, 30K+. Benefits
available, will train. For
interview, please call 877-
460-9800 ext 112.
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every weekend guaran-
teed. 65% preloaded/pre-
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call 877-428-5627, www.
ctdrivers.com.
PARTS DEPT. POSITION
AVAILABLE. Must have
experience with comput-
ers, write legibly and be
familiar with tractors,
engines, lawnmowers,
etc. Apply in person at
Lazenby Equipment, Hwy
301. Drug Free Work
Place, 904-964-4238.
PRE-SCHOOL POSITION
AVAILABLE AT HOPE
CHRISTIAN ACADEMY.
Church attendance and a
genuine love for children
are required. 45 hour
childcare course preferred
but. not required for hire.
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4040 or email at tford@
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info.


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RECRUITER
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Recruit prospective
students by making
school visits, attending
iday/niguht college fairs,
career days. and
community events. Must
be computer literate with
experience in word
processing. Must have a
valid Florida driver's
license. Must have
excellent oral and
wrillten communication
skills. Ability to work
evenings and weekends
as needed. Associates
degree required and two
years of related
professional experience.
Extensive travel within
service area is required.
Bachelor's degree and
previous recruiting
experience or experience
working with the public
is desirable. Application
Deadline: 4/21/08.
Salary: $28,962
annually, plus benefits.
College application and
transcripts required.
Position details and
application available ont
the web at:
www.lakeeitycc.edu
Inquiries:
Human Resources
Lake City
Community College
149 SE College Place
Lake City, FL 32025
Phone: (386) 754-4314
Fax: (386) 754-4594
E-mail:
boeticherg@ lakecityce.
edu
LCCC is accredited by
the Southern Association
of Colleges and Schools
VP/ADA/EA/EO
Collect in
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Directs new/returning
student admissions
activities. Develops
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goals and objectives and
evaluates them annually.
Assumes a leadership
role in college
recruitment and
retention efforts and
works with other offices
to increase retention
rates. Knowledge of
research and technology
and its application to
student information
systems. Knowledge
and understanding of
enrollment management
principles. Ability to
communicate effectively
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Knowledge of budget
administration. Ability
to analyze recruitment
markets. Ability to work
effectively with a
diverse population.
Master's degree
required, plus two years
of related experience.
Application Deadline:
5/16/08.
Salary: $47.500
annually, plus benefits.
College application and
transcripts required.
Position details and
application available on
the web at:
www.lakecityce.edu
Inquiries: Human
Resources
Lake City Community
College
149 SE College Place
Lake City, FL 32025
Phone: (386) 754-4314
Fax: (386) 754-4594
E-mail:
botelcherg@lakecitycc.
edu
LCCC is accredited by
the Southern Association
of Colleges and Schools
VP/ADA/EA/EO
College in
Education &
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ADJUNCT
INSTRUCTORS
FOR BANNER
CENTER
Supply Chain
Management
Logistics and
Distribution
Warehouse Operations
Transportation
Teach courses in one or
more of these program
areas. Requires
Master's degree with a
graduate major
concentration or a
minimum of 18 graduate
semester hours in the
primary field. Requires
excellent
communication skill!.
current industry
knowledge, ability t_
motivate others,
computer skills, internet,
MS Office. Experience,
working in supply chalnt-
industry, logistics, or
transportation preferred.
Contact Elaine Puri at.'
386-754-4492 or ;
mailto:purie@lakecity,@i,
.edu for details. '
Applicants must provi&I
copy of transcripts. A,3i
foreign transcripts/,'
degrees must be
submitted with an )
official translation andF'
evaluation.
Application available at
www.lakecitycc.edu
LCCC is accredited by
the Southern Association
of Colleges and Schools
VP/ADA/EA/EO ;.
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Employment


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ADJUNCT
INSTRUCTORS
HVAC
To teach at the Lake City
Correctional Facility.,}
AS degree in Industrial'
Maintenance or related
area preferred. Will
consider certified
individual with at least
10 years experience.
Grant funded. SI18.70 per
hour. M-F 8-4. 6/1/08.
Business
Communications
Master's do e r -
C'ommunications or
related degree- with2'
graduate hours in -
communications
required. Teaching
experience preferred.
Fall Term 2008.
Medical Transcriptiont
AA orAS with
certificate in Medical
Transcribing preferred.
Degree with experience
considered. Summer C
Term 2008.
Mondays 10-12
Contact
Tracy Hickman at
386-754-4324 or
mail o:hickmant@
lakecitycc.edu
College Level
Mathematics
Must have a Master's.
degree in Mathematics,
or a Master's degree
with 18 graduate credit
hours in Mathematics.
Saturday classes.
Contact Paula Cifuentes
at 386-754-4260 or
cifuentesp@lakecitycc.
edu
Psychology
Must have Master's
degree w/tininmum 18
graduate hours in field.
Student Success
MIust have Master's
degree.
English/Reading
Must have Master's
degree w/minimum 18
graduate hours in field.-
Contact Holly Smith at
386-754-4369 or
sniithhol ly alakecitycc.
edu.
Introduction to
Human Med Science
(Medical Terminology)
Master's degree or
higher widih 18 graduate
creldil hours in anlatolim
& physiology, health
related or comiiariable
field. )Day and e\seniiin
position,
Health Career Core
Bachelor's degree or
higher Strong
course orI inll anatolmy
&: phy iolog<, health
related or .oinpa rahle
field. Da\ position
Body Structure &
Function
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higher. Stronlt
course' or' k in a;nil iii
& phiniolog.l heah
related or comlparable
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po l ion,
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prclterred.
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ELECTION
I, Kurt S. Browning, Secretary of
State of the State of Florida, do
hereby give notice that a GENERAL
ELECTION will be held in UNION
County, State of Florida, on the
FOURTH day of NOVEMBER, 2008,
A.D., to fill or retain the following
offices:
President and Vice-President
Representative in Congresst District
4
State Attorney: Judicial Circuit 8
Public Defender: Judicial Circuit 8
State Representative: District 12
Supreme Court: Retention of One
Justice
First District Court of Appeal:
Retention of Six Judges
Circuit Judge, Eighth Judicial
Circuit: Groups 7, 8, 10, 11, 12
and 13
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Sheriff
Property Appraiser
Tax Collector
Superintendent of Schools '
Supervisor of Elections
School Board: Districts 2 and 4
County Commissioner: Districts 1,
3 and 5
Union Soil and Water Conservation
District: Groups 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5
4/3 2tchg 4/10
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
APPROVAL OF REVISED
SERVICE AVAILABILITY POLICY
AND NEW CHARGES BY B & C
WATER RESOURCES, L.L.C.
BEFORE THE FLORIDA PUBLIC
SERVICE COMMISSION
(Section 357.101, Florida Statutes)
LEGAL NOTICE
Pursuant to Section 367.101, Florida
Statutes, and Rules 25-30.4345 and
25-30.565, Florida Administrative
Code, notice is hereby given this
10th day of April, 2008 by B &
C Water Resources, L.L.C. ("B
& C"), One Concourse Parkway,
Suite 755, Atlanta, Georgia 30328,
of its Application for Approval of
Revised Service Availability Policy
and Charges to the new water and
wastewater customers in Baker and
Union Counties, Florida. The utility
is in the process of filing with the
Florida Public Service Commission
an application to establish a new
plant capacity charge for a new
bulk raw water service customers.
This requested new plant capacity
charge is to pay for growth in the


utility's bulk raw water system, and
the requested charges are to be
paid for by new bulk raw water
service customers. The revised
policy and new charges will have no
impact on existing customers of the
Utility. Copies of the application
are available for public inspection
at B&C Water Resources LLC c/
o: Plum Creek Timber Company,
P.O. Box 808, 10022 NW 129th
Avenue, Lake Butler, FL 32054
during normal utility office hours,
which are 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.,
Monday through Friday. The new
plant capacity charge for bulk raw
water service is
as follows:
Description Bulk Raw
Water Service per ERC (350 GPD)
Proposed Charge $311.14
Any comments concerning the
charges should be addressed to the
Florida Public Service Commission,
Office of the Commission Clerk,
2540 Shumard Oak Boulevard,
Tallahassee, Florida 32399-0870.
4/10 1tchg

Public Notice
Rule Name:
6.321 Health Insurance Premiums
6.78 Social Security Numbers
7.02 Procedures for Administering
the District Budget
7.14 Purchase Policies and
Bidding
8.22 Safety Belts
8.50 Conservation of Resources
PURPOSE AND EFFECT: To update
Board Policies
SUMMARY: To update Board
Policies
AUTHORITY: Florida Statutes
LAW IMPLEMENTED:
ECONOMIC IMPACT: None
Policies can be viewed in the Office
of the Superintendent of Schools,
55 SW Sixth Street, Lake Butler,
Florida between the hours of 8:00
A.M. and 4:00 P.M.
IF A HEARING IS REQUESTED
WITHIN 28 DAYS OF THIS
PUBLICATION IN THE
ACCORDANCEWITH THE SECTION
120.54 FLORIDA STATUTES,
IT WILL BE HELD ON /MAY
13,2008, IN THE SCHOOL BOARD
MEETING ROOM. A COMPLETE
TEXT OF THIS PROPOSED RULE
MAY BE VIEWED IN THE OFFICE
OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF
SCHOOLS, 55 S.W. 6th STREET,
LAKE BUTLER, FLORIDA.
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LEFT: Deputy Mindy Goodwin
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in the state of Florida.
If you are interested, please
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from Beth Moore in the
guidance department at Union
County High School. All
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Section B: Thursday, April 10, 2008
Regional' News Scn:usa,~, ,0
R e'W News from Bradford County, Union County and the Lake Region area



Bradford Co :
Fair offers
bigger rides
and more
BY CLIFF SMELLED Y.
.Telegraph Stat 1 rite
New, more thrillin- rides.
A Gram nmy-nomin ated
performer.
The Kin.
What ,do they have in .l
common? Thev can all be
found at tilhe 58"' annual
Bradford County Fair. which
opens this Friday, April 11, at
5 p.m.
This year's fair, which runs
through Sunday. April 20, will
open with a special ceremony
consisting of a color guard
from the Florida Youth
Challenge Academy at CERTIFIED ASE
approxiately 4:45 p.m. inl TECHNICIA N
front of Bniildliniz I. Academy TE H IC A
cadets will raise the American
flag. which will be followed by
a performance of the National
Anthem by a local singer.
It's all part of this year'sL
theme: "A Salute to our
Troops." Members of the local '93 BUICK LESABRE '97 BUICK CENTURY '98 CHEVY BLAZER '97 CHRYSLER LNHS
VFW post will join Stra\xberr'
Queen Brittany Cooper and
Strawberry Princess Abbie Yl'.'
Clark in cuttinC the ribbon to 4i
officially open the fair at 5
p.m.
A booth right inside the
entrance Nvill be manned by' JIM
local VFW and American
Leoion members, while
Bradford County Supervisor of
Elections Terry Vaughan will 495
have a booth that recreates the STK #14289 495 STK #13942 STK#13998 99STK #14315 995
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also be seen at his office.
This year's rendition of the
fair "ill consist of many of the
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the years have come to expect.
However, Fair Manager Chub
Johnson said a Popular request
from children has been ,A
addressed this year-the .,
addition of some newx rides. N,&
Johnson said children want ai
rides that are bigger and faster, &
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contracted out to bring three
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Edwards Road skateboard park nears completion


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telt'egrap/ Staff'f 'iter
Alica McMillian, the
recreation director for the city
of Starke, is asking youth to
wait just a little bit longer as
(lie finishing touches are put
on tie city's skateboard park,
which is being construced at
the EdNwards Road Park.
A grand-opening ceremony
is scheduled for Saturday,
April 26, at approximately 9


Starke Rec.
adult softball
meeting is
April 21
A meeting for adult softball
will be held Monday, April 21,
at 6 p.m. at the Starke
. ...Recreation Department.
Anyone interested in
participating in this league
should have a representative at
this meeting.
For more information,
please call the Starke
Recreation Department at
(904) 964-6792.

Starke Rec.
Dept. softball
registration is
under way
Children 4-17 may register
now for summer softball at the
Starke Recreation Department.
Registration runs through May
12.
The department is offering
children the chance to sign up
for four age divisions: T-ball
(4-5), small fry (6-8), junior
(9-12) and senior (13-17). The
age determining date is June
20,2008.
Clinics at the Edwards Road
Complex in May will precede
the season, which begins on
June 23. Small fry clinics are
scheduled for May 13 and May
14, from 3:30 p.m. until 4:15
p.m. Junior clinics on May 13
and May 14 are scheduled for
4:15-5 p.m.
T-ball clinics for 4-year-olds
are scheduled for' May 19-20,


a.m. Until then, no one should
use the facility, but McMillian
said the city has had problems
with children entering the still
facility, which is
approximately 85 percent
complete.
"We're asking them just to
bear with us," McMillian said.
Grant money w'as obtained
to fund the $85,000 project.
The design includes three
side-by-side..half pipes, two


3:30-4:15 p.m., while clinics
for 5-year-olds are 4:15-5 p.m.
those same days.
Children will be assigned to
their teams on the last day of
their clinics.
T-shirts, caps and. schedules
can be picked up at the
recreation department June 19-
20, between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m.
Games are played in the
mornings at 8:30 a.m., 9:30
a.m. and 10:30 a.m. on
Mondays through Fridays.
For more information,
please call the Starke
Recreation Department at
(904) 964-6792.


quarter pipes and a launch
ramp.
McMillian said it's a project
that has been two years in the
works, withIl actual construction
beginning earlier this year.
One thing of note was that
those who will use the park
were allowed to give their
input during a series of public
meetings prior to construction.
"We allowed the kids to
come in and do the design,"


Kids can sign
up now for
.Stacke 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


McMillian said.
When complete, the park
will be open every day of the
week from dawn to dusk,
though McMillian said it will
have to be closed at times for
maintenance.
An 8-foot fence will
surround the facility. Only
skaters will be allowed inside,
though there will be benches
outside the fence for
spectators.


summer program, please call
the Starke Recreation
Department at (904) 964-6792.

Starke Rec.
Dept. offers
kiddie camp
This summer, the Starke
Recreation Department will
offer a kiddie day camp for all
children ages 3-5. The camp


('hildren under 17 who plan
to use the park will have to
obtain a pholo identification
card, which is free. Parents
must fill out the necessary
paperwork at the recreation
department, then take their
children to the Starke Police
Department, which will
complete the cards. Any child
under 17 who is using the
park, but cannot produce an
identification card, will be


will be offered Mondays-
Fridays from 7 a.m. until 6
p.m. at the Thomas Street
Park.
The camp begins June 16.
and runs through Aug. 8. Lots
of fun, activities, arts and
crafts, weekly field trips and/or
movies and games will be
offered.
Slots are limited to 15
children, so register your child'
today. Cost is $200. An
installment/payment plan is


asked to leave.
A lost identification card
costs $1 to replace.
The grand-opening
ceremony of the facility" will
coincide with the grand
opening of two new fields that
will be utilized for T-ball,
baseball and softball.
For more information on
either of these projects, please
call the Starke Recreation
Department at (904) 964-6792.


available, with fees required to
be paid in full by June 13.
For more information, stop
Sy, the Starke ..-Recreation
Department on U.S. 301 across
from Bradford High School, or
call (904) 964-6792.
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Raising animals for fair means work


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Tel/egra p Stff II "trier
fver\one's heard the old
e\cuse of the dog oaling Wour
homllework, but for mlall\
students invo ved in Future
Farmers of Anmerica and 4 H1.
\OU could say it is their
homework that does tle eating.
Students in Bradford and
Union counties have not only
been silling at desks or tables,
poring over textbooks and
completing written
assignments for school, but
have spent their time after
school caring for animals they
are raising for this year's
Bradford County Fair, 'which
opens this Friday, April 1 1.
Bradford FFA member
Kamryn Underhill, a freshman,
said he spends approximately
three to four hours a day
working with a steer hlie is
readying for the fair., whereas
fellow BHS freshman and FFA
member Dylan Gault said lihe
spends approximately an hour
a day with the pig he is raising.
"You only spend an hour."
Jamie Bullington, another BHS
freshman and FFA member
who is raising a pig, asked
Gault. "I walk mine for an
hour."
How each student cares for
his or her animal varies. In the
end, though, the animals must
meet certain requirements to
be allowed to be shown in the
fair. Bullington and Gault said
each of their animals gains 1.8-
2 pounds per day, with the end
result being the pigs must
weich between 240 and 290
pounds during a qualifying
weigh-in. Pigs must also meet
a backfat requirement, which
is determined by use of a
sonogram.
Underhill's steer had to
weigh 700 pounds in
December, after which it has to
show again of 2.5 pounds per
day.
"I feed mine like a 50-pound
bag (of feed) a day," Underhill
said.
Underhill bought his steer in
February 2007. Part of his
daily routine with the animal
involves not only feeding it,
but walking it, brushing it and
washing it as well.
Bullington and Gault, when
discussing the daily care of
their ...nimals,., -- mentioned ,
waf ki o', a well 'gasi


i0


keeping food and pens clean in
an allempl to avoid illness or
injury. II' a pig's pen consists
of dirt, for example, the pig
can injure itself if Ithe holes it
creates by rooting are not
raked in, (iaull said.
Neither Bullington nior (iault
have hald to devote as much
time, in terms of the number of'
da ys, to their animals as
Inderhill has. Both bought
their pigs in December.
"It's a whole lot easier to get
a pig," Bullington said. "You
don't ha ve to keep him as
long. It's not as much money.
You don't have to spend as
much time with him."
The money Bullington
referred to was expenses
involved in the care of the
animal. That amount may
differ between pigs and steers,
but the three BHS students all
have to document those
expenses as part of a record
book that is required of them.
Record books should contain
not only all receipts and
documentation of the animal
from the time purchased, but
also have to contain a story
written by the students. Gault
said students are given a
guideline to follow for those
stories, which should address
such topics as safety
techniques along with what
skills the students used in
raising their animals and what
they learned throughout the
process.
It's a process Bullington,
Gault and Underhill are all
familiar with. Underhill has
been showing animals at the
fair for approximately five
years, while Bullington and
Gault are each in their seventh
year of showing.
Needless to say, they
students have learned a lot
from their first year of
participation. Gault said the
biggest thing he took out of his
first year was that he needed to
walk his pig at least four times
a week in hopes of it
remaining calm when in the
show arena.
The pig Bullington showed
his first year. unfortunately,
was not calm..
"My pig took off while were
standing in line," he said.
That's a memory Bullington
would rather forget, but that
first year did provide him with


some moments lie won't
forget. He took first in class
and second in showmanship.
IHullington also remembers last
year when lie took second ini
class and second in
showmanship.

(0aull said his most
memliiorable mnionient was two
years ago when lie took first in
class and his animal was


Bradford
County Fair
offers chance

to show off
plants
Do you have a green thumb?
Do you have houseplants or
outdoor potted plants that you
would like to show off?
Perhaps you grew some nice
agricultural plants such as
greens, onions, lettuce or
straw berries in your garden.
If you have plants of any
kind, you should enter them
into the agriculture or
horticulture divisions of the
Bradford County Fair. Sharing
your plants with the public is
fun and promotes horticultural
activities in our county. There
are cash prizes for plant
entries, p)lus it is funll to
participate because you get to
see what everyone else is
growing.
'There were 217 adult entries


named reserve grand champion
and homnegrown reserve grand
champion.
For I Underhill, his most
niemiorable moment was his
first year in (lie ring when lie
took second in class and third
in showmanship.
A cousin talked Underhill
into showing an animal for the
first time, while Bullington
merely wanted to follow in his


and 12 youth entries at last
year's fair.
You can participate in the
agriculture or horticulture
divisions contest as a
homeowner or professional.
Those two broad categories are
subdivided into adult, youth
and special needs groupings.
Plant entries will compete
within like categories. This
contest gives landscapers, lawn
and pest control operators,
nurserymen and farmers the
opportunity to get name
recognition for their business
at a public forum. Other
businesses are encouraged to
participate in the professional
category also.
Entries will be accepted
today, April 10, from 10 a.m.
until 5 p.m. Plants must be pest
and disease free, and labeled
with your name and the type of
plant.
Please call the Bradford
County Extension Office at
(904) 96.6-6299 to pre-register
your plant. Entries include
cactus, flowering and non-
flowering houseplants,


hrolher's footsteps.
"II w'as jllsl fuin watching
(my brother)," Builington said.
"I told everybody, 'When I gel
older, I'm going to be doing
what lie's doing.' (Once I
showed Ilhal one year, I got
hooked because I w\\onil. It's
fuln."
'Ihis year's swine and steer
shows are Tuesday, April 15,
and Wednesday, April 16,
respectively, with the swine
show starting at 6:30 p.m. and
the steer show at 6 p.m. Swine
awards are Friday, April 18, at


begonias, roses, ferns, hanging
plants, succulents, bulbs and
all agricultural plants.



ANDREWS
Continued from p.1 B
Bill Reese, Santa Fe's
associate vice president of
facilities. "We want to make
sure we get it back as close to
original. We hired an architect
specifically to look at the
historical aspect."
The project, which is
anticipated to take
approximately four months,
will cost more than $400,000.
"It's our commitment to
make sure this building's here
for a long time," Reese said.


6 p.m.,,while the sleer awards
are Saturday, April 19, at 4
p.m1. The auctions will
immediately follows the
awards.
The steer and breed
showmanship contest is
'I hursday, April 17, at 6 p.m.,
followed by the beef breed
show. Steer and breed
showmanship awards will
follow the April 17 contest,
with recognition of winners on
Saturday, April 19. The beef
breed awards are April 19 at 4
p.m., followed by the auction.


To accommodate those who
are working on the project, a
section of the Andrews Center
parking lot has been closed to
general use. That hlias resulted
in a decrease of 11 spaces, so
Canova is asking that the
public allow the lot to be used
by students only during the
week. First Baptist Church has
agreed to allow the use of its
parking area for student
overflow with the exception of
Wednesday nights, when the
church hosts services.

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choice, for each
individual is the highest
it is possible for him to
achieve.
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Greek Philosopher


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Continued from p.1 B
seconds, then plunge back
do\\n to earth.
These rides \\ill most likely
require an extra ticket. Johnson
said those w ith armbands N\ill
not have to \worr\ about that,
of course).
Familiar, favorite rides \\ill
return this \car, as \\ill an
eight-night schedule .of
entertainment. Various types
of music \\ill be performed,
such as gospel, which will be
featured for two nights
(Saturday, April 12, and
Thursday, April 17). Those
two nights \\ill feature such
performers as Steve Preston,
New Creature, Calvary's
Voice, the Backwood Boys,
Madison St. Ensemble and
Crystal Griffis.
Elvis impersonator Ted
McMullen will make an
appearance, while oldies band
Rocky and the Rollers return
to play three shows: Friday,
April 11, at 7 p.m. and 9 p.m.
and Saturday, April 19, at 7
p.m.
This year's headliner is
Grammy-nominated Johnny
Tillotson. who recorded such
songs as "Poetry in Motion,"
"It Keeps Right On A Hurtin"
and "Talk Back Trembling
Lips."
Rides and entertainment
make up just part of the fair
experience, which wouldn't be
complete without animals. One
of the things Johnson said he's
most proud of is the fact that
this fair's livestock shows are
consistently rated in the top by
the Florida Federation of Fairs
five among fairs throughout
.the state. Johnson said that
speaks to the quality of
animals that are shown and the
hard work put in. by both
children and their parents.
, "We receive high marks
every year," Johnson said.
This year, the Bradford
County Fair Association and
the Bradford-Union Swine
Association have added five
pens to the swine division.
Johnson said in years past, pigs
have had to be cut from the
field, not because they weren't
high quality but because there
was no room for them. Those
animals have been top pigs
that could win at other fairs,


as will candidates at the state
level.
"''here's not going to be an
empty space," Johnson said.
As the fair prepares for its
58'1 year, Johnson said it is the
hard work of the numerous
volunteers who work behind
the scenes that ensures each
year's fair is a success. He said
those volunteers cannot be
thanked enough for what they
do.
Johnson also expressed his
thanks to the Florida Army
National Guard and the Florida
Air National Guard. Both will
have a presence at this year's
fair, which is special because
of this year's theme, Johnson
said.
The midway is open every
day throughout the duration of
the fair, while the exhibition
area will be closed on
Sundays.
Hours are: 5 p.m.-midnight
Friday, April 11; noon-
midnight Saturday, April 12;
I-11 p.m. Sunday, April 13; 5-
11 p.m. Monday-Thursday,
April 14-17; 5 p.m.-midnight
Friday, April 18; noon-
midnight Saturday, April 19;
and 1-8 p.m. Sunday, April 20.
The youth goat show and
little kids' exhibition is
scheduled for Saturday, April
15, at 7 p.m. The swine and
steer shows are Tuesday, April
15, and Wednesday, April 16,
respectively, with the swine
show starting at 6:30 p.m. and
the steer show at 6 p.m. Swine
awards are Friday, April 18, at
6 p.m., while the steer awards
are Saturday, April 19, at 4
p.m. The auctions will
immediately follows the
awards.
The steer and breed
showmanship contest is
Thursday, April 17, at 6 p.m.,
followed by the beef breed
show. Steer and breed,
showmanship awards will
follow the April 17 contest,
with recognition of winners on
Saturday, April 19. The beef
breed awards are April 19 at 4
p.m., followed by the auction.
For more information on the
fair, please call the fair office
at (904) 964-5252. Also, look
for ads in the Bradford County
Telegraph, Lake Region
Monitor and Union County
Times for information, such as
special nights.and discounts.


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"we're trying to make sure the e e
kids are rewarded for the good by a series of small
job they do." things brought
Johnson said this year's together.
exhibition area will be packed, Vincent Van Gogh
as one might expect during an 1853-1890, Dutch
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Donations needed for BC Project Grad Night


BY CLIFF SM ELLEY
T7leg/raph Sta// Writer
Donations of money, prizes
and food are still needed for
this year's Project Grad Nighti
in Bradford County, which
will take place following
graduation on Friday, June 6,
beginning at 11:30 p.m. and
lasting until 5:30 a.m. at the
Madison Street Baptist Church
Family Life Center.
To date, approximately
$5,000 has been donated
toward this event, which
provides a spfe environment
for high school graduates to
have fun. Prizes are awarded to
every graduate who stays for
the entire event, so area
businesses are asked to
consider donating an item or
items for this cause..


FHP
checkpoint
locations
for April
The Florida Highway Patrol
will be conducting driver's
license and vehicle inspection
checkpoints during April in
Bradford and Union counties.
Recognizing the danger
presented to the public by
defective vehicle equipment,
troopers will concentrate their
efforts on vehicles being
operated with defects


Food will be made available
to tihe graduates throughout the
event, so anyone wishing to
assist with that effort is
encouraged to do so.
If you would like to make a
gi'l or monetary donation,
please call the Santa Fe
Community College Andrews
Center at (904) 964-5382.
Donations may be mailed to
Santa Fe Community College
Andrews Center, 209 W. Call
St., Starke, FL 32091. Checks
should be made payable to
Bradford High School.

Cost for students is
$10 until May 1
This year's group of
seniors- Bradford High
School, private school and
home-schooled students-can


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 the
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 in
Raiford, north of Raiford and


attend this year's event at a
cost of $10 through
Wednesday, April 30. The cost
increases to $15 for anyone
signing up May I-June 6.
Some of the money raised
through student fees will be
given away at the end of the
event.
Prizes are given to every
student who stays for the
duration of the event. Such
prizes last year included a
Billy Donovan-signed
basketball, a mini-refrigerator
and a laptop computer.
Various games and activities
will be made available along
with food and drinks.
Graduates will be allowed
into the event at 11:30 p.m. on
June 6, but the doors will be
locked at midnight. Anyone


in Worthington Springs, C.R.
16 west of Starke, 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. 231
in Brooker, C.R. 225 west of


who leaves prior to the event's
conclusion will not be allowed
to reenter. Students and their
parents must sign a contract
that requires parents to come
and pick their children up if
they wish to leave early.
All graduates, whether they
attend just a portion of the
event or stay for the duration,
will receive a gift bag courtesy
of the Bradford County Health
Department. Graduates will
also have their pictures taken
by Brenda Thornton
Photography.
Students who are interested
in attending this year's Project
Grad Night should see' Nancy
Odom at Bradford High
School, or call the high
school's main office at (904)
966-6086.


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C.R. 229 north of Starke,
Speedville Road, C.R. 221 in
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Avenue west of Starke, C.R.
18 at C.R. 221, C.R. 18 in
Hampton, C.R. 225 east of
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S.R. 16 west of Starke, Market
Road north of Starke, C.R. 18
west of Hampton, S.R. 227.


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Attempted
murder
suspect in
custody
Lottie 1Lavern Williams, 21,
wanted for questioning in an
attempted murder case, turned
himself over to authorities last
week.
On March 28, the victim,
driving a 2006 Mustang, was
westbound on 145th Terrace at
1:35 p.m. As the vehicle drove
past several black males at the
comer of Steel Mill Road, one
of the men attempted to flag
down the victim's vehicle,
according to Bradford Sgt.
Robert Smith. When the
victim refused to stop,
Williams threw a glass bottle
at the front windshield,
shattering the passenger's side.
Williams then allegedly pulled
a handgun from his waistband
and pointed it at the victim,
Sgt. Smith said. Two or three
rounds were fired at the victim,
with at least two striking the
vehicle and one entering the
vehicle while the victim was
inside, Sgt. Smith said.
The victim fled the area and
contacted the sheriff's office.
Williams was identified and
a wanted bolo was issued for
him, Sgt. Smith said.
Williams was charged April
3 by Starke Sgt. William
Brown with attempted felony
murder, aggravated assault with
a deadly weapon and shooting
into an occupied motor vehicle,
Sgt. Smith said. Total bond
was set at $250,000.
While authorities think the
attack was the result of a drug
deal, there is no known reason,
Sgt. Smith said.


Former coach
on probation
in sex charge
A former Bradford County
softball cbach will not serve
jail time but will not be able to
coach teams or individuals
during the first year of his
probation.
Jeremy James McFadyen,
37, entered a no contest plea to
two counts of aggravated
assault last week in Alachua
County, according to Spencer
Mann, spokesman for the state
attorney's office. McFadyen
was charged in 2005 with
engaging in a sexual
relationship with'a 14-year-old
girl beginning in 1999. He was
employed as the head softball
coach at BHS and a physical
education teacher at Southside
Elementary School at the time
of the charge.
Terms of the plea place
McFadyen on seven years'
probation. The conditions of
McFadyen's probation will
impact his ability to coach,
Mann said. He must undergo a.
mental health evaluation and
complete prescribed treatment
prior to coaching. He cannot
coach during the first year. He


can begin individual instruction
his second year but cannot
coach teams that year. When
coaching individuals under 18
during his probation, the
parents or guardians must be
present to supervise. They
must also sign a disclosure
form that outlines the original
charge against McFadyen. The
form must be filed with the
probation office before he can
begin coaching the individual,
Mann said.
McFadyen also must pay
about $700 in court costs,
undergo random drug screening
and pay for the cost of his
supervision while on
probation.
The complaint filed against
him stated McFadyen had been
the victim's softball coach
starting in 1997 and worked
one-on-one with her as a
pitching coach. Officers alleged
a relationship between the two
took place in northwest
Gainesville and that it ended
about two years later when she
was a high school junior.
McFadyen had been facing
trial on a charge of engaging in
a sexual act with a child. If he
had been convicted as charged,
he would have been designated
a sex offender with his picture
appearing on the state's sex
offender Web site, Mann said.
The plea was constructed
with input from the victim in
the case, Mann said.
Until a few months ago,
McFadyen was coaching
individuals at the Edwards Road
complex in Starke. He is no
longer allowed to coach there,
according to the recreational
department and its attorney.

DUI charge
from 2006
fatal crash
An 19-year-old Starke man
was arrested March 31 for
driving under the influence
manslaughter.
Joshua Bruce Norris was
charged after lab results were
received from a 2006 crash on
S.R. 16 when a 21-year-old
was killed.
Norris, who was 17 at the
time, was driving a 2000 Ford
Explorer westbound on S.R. 16
at 12:50 a.m., according to,
Trooper W.D. Lovett. The
Explorer traveled onto the
shoulder and Norris oversteered,
causing the vehicle to rotate
counter-clockwise before
overturning several times,
Trooper Lovett said. Norris and
passenger Christopher Sullivan
were ejected. Sullivan was
pronounced dead at the scene,
Trooper Lovett said.
Norris and passenger Ronald
Newman were transported to
Shands Starke and '"passenger
Donald Meier III was taken to
Shands Gainesville for
treatment of injuries.
None of the occupants were
using seatbelts, Trooper Lovett
said.
Norris was charged with
being impaired with a blood-


alcohol level of .08 percent or
more. He was charged with
DUI manslaughter, DUI serious
bodily injury and DUI.
He was released from
custody after surety bonds
totalling $80,000 were posted.



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:
Steven Johns, 21, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
April 3 by Clay for grand theft.
Richard Clark, 22, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
March 20 by Clay for grand
thief.
Jeanelle Dunn, 44, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
April 6 by Clay for aggravated
battery domestic.
Ryan Wayne Chesser, 21,
of Starke was arrested April 6
by Bradford Deputy Aaron
Black for aggravated battery.
Chesser was charged with
hitting the victim in the back
with a wooden baseball bat.
The incident was the result of
an argument over alleged
money owed to the victim by
Chesser, Deputy Black said. A
$10,000 surety bond was
posted for Chesser's release
from custody.
A 17-year-old female of
Lake Butler was arrested April
6 by Union Deputy Donnie
Jones for aggravated assault.
The teen was charged with
throwing items inside her
residence at the victims and
knocking holes in the walls,
Deputy Jones said. The
confrontation was a result of
her mother denying her request
to leave the home, Deputy
Jones said. A copy of the arrest
report was submitted to
Juvenile Justice.
Ernest Ross, 35, of Brooker
was arrested April 6 just after
midnight by Union Deputy
David Shane for felony
possession of controlled
substance in vehicle and
possession or use of narcotic
equipment. Ross was a
passenger in a vehicle that was
traffic stopped. A strong odor
of marijuana was detected by
the deputy. Ross was covered
in what appeared to be fecal
matter, Deputy Shane said.
Ross indicated his colostomy
bag had burst but he was OK.
During questioning, Ross
removed a pill bottle from the
colostomy bag, Deputy Shane
said. Inside the bottle was a
white substance that tested
positive for crack cocaine.


Brandon j'lhilinih). 1,. ll
Keystone ei t:; was arire:,ted
April 5 by Clay hit poscssion
of cannabis, p,,M C)sion of drug
paraphernalia and on warrantss
lot indirect criminal contempt
and failure to appc:!r klatlery.

Dale Vincent Craw ford Jr.,
24, of Lake Butler was zurested
April 2 by Union Deputy
Leslie Crews lor possession of
controlled substance and
possession of drug
paraphernalia. Crawlford was
charged after a metal marijuana
pipe and a Xanax were found in
his possession during an
investigation of a disturbance
on Southwest Sixth Street,
Deputy Crews said.
Kevin Carlos Canova, 41,
of Melrose was arrested April 3
by Bradford Sgt. Robert Smith


for possession of firearm by a
convicted felon. A .22 caliber
revolver with six live rounds
was found underneath the
mattress in Canova's bedroom,
Sgt. Smith said. Bond was set
at $10,000. Canova's criminal
history revealed 56 prior felony
arrests with an undetermined
amount of convictions.

Larry .Musser, 19,.: of
Keystone Heights was arrested
March 28 by Clay for
possession of cannabis.
Johnny Edward Mata, 35, of
Lawtey was arrested April 3 by
Starke Patrolman P.A. King
for possession of marijuana.
Mata was a passenger in a
vehicle stopped for a cracked
windshield. During a search of
the vehicle a cigarette pack


with a small amount of
marijuana was found under the
dashboard, Patrolman King
said. Mata was released from
custody after a $1,000 surety
bond was posted.



Michael L. Hilton II, 24, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
April 5 by Starke Patrolman
Clint Lockhart for two charges
of retail theft. Hilton removed
approximately $80 worth of
cigarettes from the Citgo Gas
station on U.S. 301 at 3:13
a.m. One hour.later, Hilton
stole cigarettes valued at $55
from the Kangaroo on S.R. 16,
Patrolman Lockhart said.
Hilton was arrested after being
identified by surveillance tape.
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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:

Bruce Allan Barnes, 50, of
Starke was arrested April 7 by
Starke Patrolman Michelle
Davis for shoplifting. Barnes
was charged with stealing two
packages of cookies at noon
from the Shell Gas station.
Police were unable to locate
him at the time, Patrolman
Davis said. Barnes returned to
the business and stole sugar,
mosquito repellant, a tire
gauge, three sodas and chips.
Total value of the items was
$24.54. He had some of he
items in his boxer shorts and
jacket pocket when
apprehended, Patrolman Davis
said. Barnes has five prior
convictions.
Alvin Derrial Moore Jr.,
49, of Starke was arrested April
3 by Bradford Sgt. Wayne
McIntire for battery domestic.
Moore was charged with
grabbing the victim by a sling,
which was holding her left arm,
and throwing her into a door
frame, causing minor injury to
her eye and face, Sgt. McIntire
said. The injuries did not
require medical attention, Sgt.
Mcintire said. A $2,500 surety
bond was posted for Moore's
release from custody.


Preston Terrel King, 28, of
Starke was arrested April 4 by
Patrolman Lockharl for battery
domestic. King was charged
with striking the victim. The
victim did not require medical
attention, Patrolman Lockhart
said. Bond was set at $1,000.
Donald Charles Fortune,
24, of Lake Butler was arrested
April 6 by Deputy Shane for
felony possession of controlled
substance. Fortune's vehicle
was stopped for driving without
headlights at 9:30 p.m. on
Ninth Avenue. During a
consent search the deputy found
crack cocaine in the passenger's
seat. Fortune stated he had just
purchased the crack from an
unknown male next to the park
on Southwest First Way,
Deputy Shane said.
John Raulerson, 29, of
Lake Butler was arrested April
5 by Brooker Marshall Tommie
E. Raulerson on a warrant from
Sarasota County for non
payment of child support. He
may purge by paying $5,070.
Larry Bernard Williams, 52,
of Starke was arrested March 31
by Starke patrolmen for failure
to pay child support. He may
purge by paying $5,320.
Thomas Conner Devlin
Main, 25, of Gainesville was
arrested April 3 by Starke.Sgt.
M.D. Watson for interference
with railroad track. Main,while
under the influence, attempted
to drive onto the railroad tracks
from the crossing at S.R, 100
near Thompson Street, Sgt.
Watson said. Main attempted to


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Sgt. Watson said. He was late
released from custody on his
own recognizance.
Oliver Lynn Cross, 57, of
Hampton was arrested April 6
by Deputy Black on a capias
for grand theft. Bond was set at
$2,000.
David Rex Hart, 55, of
Lake Butler was arrested April
4 by Union Deputy John M.
Gootee on a warrant for failure
to appear for misdemeanor
offense. Bond was set at
$1,500.
Angel Denise Clare, 37, of
Jacksonville was arrested April
4 by Union Capt. H.M.
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failure to appear for felony
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$10,000.
Michael Jeffers, 26, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
April 3 by Clay deputies on a
warrant for aggravated battery.


Salustrio Pavon, 39, of
Starke was arrested April 4 by
Sgt. Smith on a capias for
failure to appear violation of
probation possession of
cannabis. Bond was set at
$4,0100.
James Glynn Carroll, 25, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
April 6 by Deputy Black on a
warrant from Baker County for
grand theft. Bond was set at
$5,000.


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Josephine Belk, 52, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
April 2 by Clay deputies on a
warrant for worthless check.

Traffic
Michael David Brown Jr.,
30, of Lawtey was arrested
April 4 by Florida Highway
Patrol Trooper K.M. Boatright
for driving while license
suspended or revoked (DWLS).
While working a lawful driver's
license/equipment check point
on Southwest 75th Avenue,
Brown's truck was cited for
several faulty equipment
violations, no insurance and no
license, Trooper Boatright said.
Brown was released from
custody after a $500 surety
bond was posted.
Dennis Andrew Balazovich
II, 25, of Keystone Heights
was arrested April 4 by Starke
Patrolman Shawn Brown for no
valid driver's license. A $500
surety bond was posted for his
release from custody.


Joshua Gill, 26, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
April 2 by Clay deputies on a
warrant for driving under the
influence (DUI) serious bodily
injury.
Cheryl Lynne Birk, 44, of
Hampton was arrested April 5
by Bradford Deputy Stephen
Bivins on a 1994 warrant from
Dade County for DUI. Birk was
released from custody after a
$10,001 surety bond was
posted.
Douglas Hackler, 47, of
Thomasville, N.C. was arrested
April 3 by Sgt. Mclntire on a
capias for failure to appear for
case management felony
DWLS habitual, attaching tag
not assigned, DUI and refusal
to submit to blood-alcohol
level test. Bond was set at,
$10,000.


'Clays tournament brings

nearly 300 to Bradford


BY BUSTER RAHN
Special to the Telegraph
They came from 15 states-
as far west as Texas and as far
north as Connecticut-
arriving in several types of
vehicles, including motor
homes, large fifth-wheels,
travel-trailers and passenger
vehicles.
Motels in Starke and
Alachua felt the influx of
participants in the three-day,
2008 Florida State Sporting
Clays Championship hosted by
Bradford Sportsmen's Farm in
rural Bradford County. Most
of those sporting out-of-state
tags on their vehicles were in
Florida already as winter
visitors, and shooting clays is a
hobby in which, they indulge
wherever the opportunity is
presented'.
This is the first year
Bradford Sportmen's Farm has
been host to the tournament,
but expressions of satisfaction
and approval by participants
have convinced .owners Pat
Welch and Al Stefanelli to
consider future bookings for
the gun club. The hobby
shooting clays isn't
inexpensive, but the men and
women in attendance gave the
appearance of being
financially able to indulge in
the sport. The majority of
people appeared to be of
retirement age, traveling in
style, whether an RV or
staying in a motel, bringing a
-gussied-up golf cart or other
type personal conveyance and
shooting an expensive shotgun.
Bradford Sportsmen's Farm
prepared for 300 shooters, but
this being its first year and
being' unknown to members,
only 273 registered for the
shoot. However, having seen
the accommodations and
having experienced the warm
reception of the owners and
workers, plans are underway to
add the facility to regular
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safety measure to prevent
hitting bystanders with
birdshot, so shooting stations
are located several hundred
yards apart, connected by
grades and separated by
natural growth, pine trees, wvax
myrtle and other flora. A
course is composed of 14
stations (Bradford Sportsmen's
Farm has three courses) at
which each shooter fires at
clays targets flying at different
trajectories, which requires
rapid changes in aiming the
gun.
Fragments of broken clays
testify to the skills of
experienced shooters, but the
number of whole clays on the
ground in the target area speak
of missed shots from lack of
practice, nerves or poor
coordination. Once a clay is
thrown, it is never retrieved.
Stefanelli estimated 200,000
rounds of ammunition were
fired in the three-day event,
based on the number of clays
expended.
Personal conveyance isn't a
luxury, but an essential
because of distances traversed
during a round and the weight
of shotguns, ammunition and
paraphernalia required.
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were utilitarian; most were
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curtains and other amenities,
and powered by gas engines.
Registration and other
activities \\ere centered around
the recreation hall, including
several vendors operating from
large fifth-wheel trailers and
motor homes, offering a wide
variety of materials and
supplies related to the sport. At
least two large RV units
contained gunsmith workshops
for altering, modifying or
repairing shotguns.
Mike and Granny Sherman
travel nine months each year in
a large fifth-wheel unit with a
gunsimith shop liking about 10
feet of space. Mike Sherman's
specialty is customizing gun
stocks to fit the individual.
While Sherman (no relation
the general that burned
Atlanta, he insisted) is working
on guns. Granny sets up a
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OBITUARIES


Richard Coss
SN CITY .CNTRNI'l --
Richard mugenc Coss, 84. of Sun
Cit\ Ce nter died on Sunday, April
0, 20t08, at St. \'incent's Mledical
Center in lJackson\ ille.
Mr. Costs \ws borni in
Mlascilicn. ilo\a, on Mlarch I,
1924, to (Gorgce Frank Coss and'
Nlinnie Nlatilda Ryan. Mr. was
longtime resident of Starke. He
\\as a decorated World War 11
\eleran, ha\ ing served in the U.S.
Ar\my Air Corps. He received the
l)istinguished Fl\inlg Cross.
Following his Army service he,
scv ed in the Air Force for seven
years. He \\as a member of the
American ILegion and the
Veterans of Foreign Wars. He
helped create PATCO, the
Professional Air Traffic
Controller's Organization.
'Mr. Coss is survive ed by: his
\wiIe of 58 years, Antionette J.
K'ein Coss; daughters, Karen
Roberts of Longmont, Colo.,
Barbara Nuss of Highland Haven,
Texas, and Mary Hinley of
Jacksonville: son, Frank Coss of
Tampa: 10 grandchildren and
seven great-grandchildren.




In Loving Memory
of
Ella Mae French


Again Someday
Now vou 're gone, we're left to,
carry on: though the night
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seems tnl'ce as long and ere
within my heart I don'tfeel very
strong, but we will meet again.
Now you're gone, we're left to
carry on; in the wind I hear
your song with every passing
hour l'm feeling more alone,
but we will meet again
someday.
From your loving husband,
Peter and children, James,
Charles, Joseph, Tony, Linda,
Sennitha, Sharon and Barbara,
your sisters, Edna and Mary,
your brothers and
grandchildren


Memorial services will be held
on Friday, April I I, in the DeWitt
(. Jones Chapel with tlie Rev.
Gary llardecsty conducting the
services. Arrangements are under
thle care of Jones-Gallagher
Funeral Home of Starke.
In lieu of flowers, contributions
may be made to the Muscular
Dystrophy Association at 7563
Phillips Hwy, Building 200, Suite
205, in Jacksonville, 32256.

Evelyn Goolsby
STARKE Evelyn Deloris
Goolsby, 62, of Starke, died
Friday April 4, 2008, following an
extended illness.
Mrs. Goolsby is a native and
lifelong resident of Starke. She' is
the daughter of the late Wilbert
Thornton. She attended Safe
Harbor Church.
Mrs. Goolsby is preceded in
death by her brothers Lonzia and
Donald Thornton and great-
grandson C.J. Gibbs.
Mrs. Goolsby is survived by:
husband, Frank Goolsby: mother,
Annie Seguin; stepfather, Frank
Seguin; four sons, James Gibbs,
Jr., Dennis Gibbs and Randy
Goolsby; daughter, Paim Martin;i
brother, Arthur Thornton; sister,
Geneva Williams: sister-in-law,
Ursela Thornton and I1
grandchildren.
Funeral services were held on
Tuesday, April 8, in Crosby Lake
Cemetery with Pastor Joy
Thornton officiating.
Arrangements were under the care
of Archie Tanner Funeral Services
of Starke.


Gladys Hobbs
STARKE Gladys Elmira
Adkins Hobbs, 91, of Starke died
Thursday, April 3, 2008, at E.T.
York Hospice Care Center in
Gainesville following a brief
illness.
Mrs. Hobbs was born in
Americus, Ga. on July 5, 1916, to
James Thomas Adkins and Annie
Prescott Adkins. She was retired
from Continental Telephone
Company after 20 years of service
and a member of United
Methodist Church of Starke and
the Starke Woman's Club.
Mrs. Hobbs is survived by:
daughters, Jackie Mchnnis of
Knoxville, Tenn., Pat Barry of
Pensacola, Darlene Brown of
Ellenbora, N.C.; daughter-in-law
Maxine Hobbs of Dunnellon: son,
Richard Hobbs of Jacksonville:
sister, Evelyn Miller of
Jacksonville; 10 grandchildren:
eight girea -g tdlildren.V *';
Mrs. Hobbs was preceded in
death by her husband James C.
Hobbs Sr. and son James C.
Hobbs Jr.
Funeral services were held ont
Saturday, April 5, at the First
United Methodist Church of
Starke with the Rev. John
Brabham conducting the services.
Arrangements were under the care
of Jones-Gallagher of Starke.

Louis Kelt1
STARKE L661s'Kelly, 85,
of Starke died Saturday., April 5,
2008, following an ';extended
illness.


Mr. Kelly was a member of MI.
Morialh United Methodist Church
of Slairke. Ile was in the U.S.
Army and was a World War 11
veteran. He attended local schools
in Bradford County.
Mr. Kelly is survived by: three
daughters, Linda Dianne
Chandler, Sharon Sams and Karen
Denish Kelly, all of Starke; sons,
Louis Kelly Jr. of Starke, Naimn
Rashad and Dennis L. Kelly of
Goose Creek, S.C.; a sister,
Jurutha Kelly Desue of Starke; a
brother, Roosevelt Kelly of
Miami: 14 grandchildren; 15
great-grandchildren; friend, the
Rev. Robert Dell and nephew,
James Bass.
Funeral services will be held oni
Saturday, April 12, at the Bradford
High School auditorium with the
Rev. Gloria Brown conducting the
service. Interment will be held at
Oddfellow Cemetery under the
care of Haile Funeral Home of
Starke.

John Kuykendall
KEYSTONE HEIGIIITS --
John Wayne Kuykendall, 57, of
Keystone Heights died suddenly
Thursday, April 3, 2008.
Mr. Kuykendall was a lifelong
resident of Keystone Heights. He
was born in Brooksville on April
10,1950 and served in the U.S.
Army.
Mr. KuyKendall is survived by:
son, John Wade "J.J." Harper:
parents, James Leon and Eva Mac
Triest Kuykendall; siblings,
Jilimmy Kuykendall, Joanne
Kuykendall Davenport, both of
Keystone Heights and Sherry
Newsome of Jacksonville: one
grandson and many nephews and
nieces.
Memorial services was held on
Tuesday, April 8, in the DeWitt C.
Jones Chapel with Frank Johnson
officiating. Burial will be at a
later date in Hope Cemetery.
Arrangements are under the care
of Jones-Gallagher Funeral Home
of Keystone Heights.
In ilieu of flowers, donations
may be made to the American
Heart Association at 3801 N.W.
40 Terr., in Gainesville 32606.

Billy Martin
MELROSE Billy Joyner
Martin, 82, of Melrose died
Monday, April 7, 2008, at his
residence.
Mr. Martin was born in Bethel,
N.C. He served in the U.S. Air
Force during World War 11 and
also served in Vietnam. After his
military retirement, lie moved to
Miami. He itmed tlo North
Central Florida in 1992 after his
retirement from Florida Power and
Light. He was an active member
of Melrose United Methodist
Church.
Mr. Martin is survived by: his
wife of 58 years, Mary Martin of
Melrose: sons, Billy J. Martin Jr.
and Thomas C. Martin; six
grandchildren and one great-
granddaughter.
Memorial services will be held
on Sunday, April 13. at Melrose
United Metlhodist Church at 2 p.m.
with the Rev. Gary Fuss and
Pastor James Howes conducting
the services. Interment will 'take
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may he made to Melrose United
Methodist Church.
Arrangements are under the
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Rettie Parrish
LAKE BUTLER Rettie Mae
Brannen Parrish, 87, of Lake
Butler died at Winsor Manor Care
Center in Starke after a long
illness.
Mrs. Parrish was the daughter
of the late James Frank Brannen
and Leona D. Brannen. She was a
lifelong resident of Union County.
Mrs. Parrish was a member of
Mt. Zion Primitive Baptist Church
and several area church music
clubs. Most of the modern
remodeling was done by, Mrs.
Parrish and her husband, the late
Olen Parrish. She served as a Pink
Lady at the Lake Butler Hospital
for 25 years.
Mrs. Parrish is survived by: two
daughters, Bernice Eddy Suggs of
Lake Butler and Joyce Redding
Osteen of Glen St. Mary; one
grandson, Josh Suggs and many
nieces and nephews.
Mrs. Parrish was preceded in
death by her husband, Olen
Parrish, four brothers, Alvin,
Holland, Granville and Everett
and two sisters, Liza and Mabel.
Funeral services will be held
Tlutrsday, April 10, in the Chapel
of Archer Funeral Home of Lake
Butler with Elder Jimmy Thornton
and Elder Jimmy Brannen
officiating at 1 a.m. Burial will
follow in Elzey Chapel Cemetery.
Arrangements were tinder the care
of Archer Funeral Home of Lake
Butler.
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David LIddon Demers
David Liddon
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North Florida Regional
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David weighed 8 pounds, 13
ounces and measured 20.5
inches at birth. He joins a
sister, Magnolia, 3.
Maternal grandparents Mike
and Mary Agnes Goldwire of
Starke and the late Bob G.
Ferguson.
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firing 20,000 rounds a year,_
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aren't inexpensive. Low-priced
guns cost $2,000-$4,000, while
medium-priced guns are
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the expensive guns, costing
$10,000 and above, possibly
reaching $100,000.
The Starke Kiwanis Club,
provided breakfast and lunch
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fundraiser to be a profitable
and successful venture. The
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The invitation extended to
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Small farms group holds first

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Bradford High School softball player Jessica McClellan accepts a scholarship offer
from Central Florida Community College. Pictured (seated, I-r) are Central Florida
coach Kerri Ryskamp, McClellan's grandmother, Margie McClellan, McClellan and
her father, Buck McClellan. Standing is Bradford head coach Shane McFadyen.
Photo by Christie Torode.



Bradford's McClellan signs


with Central Florida CC


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Bradford High School senior
Jessica McClellan fondly
remembers her junior year
when she was catching for
then-senior pitcher Kelly
Riddick.
Riddick moved on to Central
Florida Community College,
but the two players will soon
be reunited as McClellan
accepted a scholarship offer
from the school, signing -her
letter-of-intent during a
ceremony at Bradford High
School on March 26.
"It's really exciting,"
McClellan said, adding that it
is hard for her to believe she is
going to graduate from high
school soon, but continue to
play a sport she 'loves.
McClellan has played travel
ball for the past eight years and
with the Gainesville Gold
organization for the last four
years. Bradford head coach
Shane McFadyen said that has
given McClellan plenty of
experience. He- said she- has---


Game gets
away from
Bradford in
the end
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
A one-run game became a
seven-run loss for the Bradford
softball team as visiting
Baldwin handed the Tornadoes
a 12-5 loss on April 7.
Bradford (7-14 prior to April
8) cut into a four-run deficit by
scoring three runs in the fifth,
despite having only one hit (a
single by Janna Rae Reddish).
A couple of walks and passed
balls helped the Tornadoes pull
within 6-5, but the Indians
scored six runs in the top of
the seventh.
The Tornadoes were set
down 1-2-3 in the bottom half
of the inning.
Jessica McClellan went 2-
for-4 for Bradford, driving in
three runs on a double and a
two-run homer. The home run,
which put the Tornadoes up 2-
0, occurred in the first inning
after Kayla Tucker drew a
walk.
Reddish and Macy Winkler
each went 2-for-3.
Bradford played, Interlachen
this past Tuesday and will host
Keystone Heights tonight,
April 10, at 7 p.m. The
Tornadoes then close the


been playing 50-60 games
each summer for the past four
years, and approximately 100
games a year.
"She loves softball and has
really dedicated herself to
becoming a good player,"
McFadyen said.
McFadyen said McClellan
has several skills that will help
her make the transition to
playing in college. She has
fantastic hands and feet that
enable her to be versatile, plus
she has a good swing
McFadyen said.
"She's able to hit against
good pitching," McFadyen
said.
McFadyen said more than
anything, as exemplified by
the fact she pretty much plays
the sport year round,
McClellan is dedicated and a
competitor.
"Every single day she shows
up and plays hard'," McFadyen
said.
McClellan could play either
catcher or third base at Central
Florida. She has played third
base with the Gainesville
-Gold,; which McFadyen


regular season with a home
game against Union County on
Friday, April I1, at 7 p.m.
The District 3-4A
tournament begins Monday,
April 14, at Suwannee High
School in Live Oak. Bradford,
the tournament's number-six
seed, will play that day at 5
p.m. If the Tornadoes win,
they will advance to the
semifinals on Tuesday, April
15, to play top seed Santa Fe at
5 p.m.

Earlier results:

BHS 4 Middleburg 1
McClellan had a perfect
night at the plate, which
included a home run, as the
Tornadoes closed out'regular-
season district play with a 4-1
win over Middlcburg on
March 28 in Starke.
The win gave the Tornadoes
a 3-7 record in district play.
They split series with
Middleburg, Ridgeview and
Suwannee, while getting swept
by Santa Fe and Baker County.



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believes is where she'll
eventually wind uip.
McClellan, however, would
love the opportunity to catch.
"I like being involved in
every play." she said.
Though she had hopes she
would get the chance to play
after high school, McClellan
admitted that for a while, it did
not seem like she would get
the opportunity. She eventually
drew interest from such
schools as Santa. Fe
Community College, but began
receiving contact from Central
Florida Community College
approximately four months
ago.
That's where McClellan
wanted to go. She likes the
school and coach Kerri
Ryskamp, plus that's where
Riddick is.
"Ever since she went there,
that's where I wanted to go,"
McClellan said.
McClellan wished to give
thanks to Jeremy McFayden,
Gerry Seader and the entire
Gainesville Gold organization
for helping her achieve this
next step in her life.


McClellan went 3-for-3 with
two RBI and three runs scored.
Her two-run homer in the first
inning put Bradford up 2-0.
Tiffany O'Neal and Lacy
Webb each hit a double.
Jaren Revels was the
winning pitcher, giving up four
hits and two walks.

Tornadoes go 2-1 in
tournament
Bradford won two of three
games in the annual
Kissimmee K4assic, but did not
get a chance to play in the
fifth-place game because of
rainy weather.
The Tornadoes began
tournament play on April 3
with a 3-0 win over Apopka.


See BHS, p. 10B


On March 25, the first
Northeast Florida Small Farms
Working Group (NFSFWG)
program was held at Comet
Farms outside Worthingfon
Springs on scenic Bonnet
Bluff, overlooking the Santa
Fe River in Union County.
Our hosts were Haley West
and Scott Edmundson, both
University of Florida botany
graduates. Edmundson works
at UF, while West runs the
family farm of 17 acres. Their
goal is to expand the organic
production as well as increase
the biodiversity on their farm
so that a balanced system of
beneficial insects, soil
organisms and soil
carbon/nitrogen balance can be
sustained.
On a personal note, West
was one of Union County's 4-
H youth many years ago, and
her family has had a
relationship with the Union
County Extension Office for
more than 20 years.
The NFSFWG program was
titled,"Integrated Pest
Management for Organic
Farming." Bob Hochmuth,
multi-county vegetable
extension agent, Linda
Landrum, regional specialized
marketing extension agent,
NFREC- Suwannee Valley -
Live Oak staff, West and
Edmundson, gave


Haley West holds a
carrot grown atthe
organic farm in
Worthington Springs.

presentations at many of the
education stations and
vegetable plots.
With around 40 attendees
from Northeast Florida, the
formal portion of the agenda
was extremely educational and
popular, beginning at 4 p.m.
Those in attendance stayed late
into the evening, packing
things up and leaving around 9
p.m.
Insect and disease
collection, identification,
management, drip irrigation,


compost sources, compost
management options, informal
trials on the farm, biodynamic
of worm castings fauna,
legume inoculums culture and
many more stations (marketing
strategies, publications,
handouts, resources, etc.) were
occupied into the late hours by
those who attended.
One of the nice, informal
.parts of the agenda was the
dessert and coffee table that
featured a wide range of items
brought by many of the
attendees. West's chocolate
Seminole pumpkin cake
received rave reviews, along
with many other homemade
desserts. The social portion
of the program was great.
We are looking forward lo
our next NFSFWG program
that will be hosted by Jim
DeValerio at two farms in
Bradford County on May 6.
The program will be 'Water
and Nutrient Management with
Drip Irrigation on Small
Farms." The flyer for the May
program can be found online at
the Small Farm Web site
calendar section located at
http://smallfarms.ifas.ufl.edu.
For more information,
contact the Bradford County'
Extension Office at (904) 966-
6299 or the Union County
Extension Office at (386) 496-
2321.


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Keystone puts
up perfect
district mark
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Sam Sibley hit a grand slamn
and drove in a total of five
runs in the Keystone Heights
softball team's 8-0 win over
District 6-3A opponent Pierson
Tavlor on March 31 in Pierson.
The win wrapped up a
perfect regular season in
district play for the Indians,
whlo will be the number-one
seed in next week's district
tournament with an 8-0 record.
Sibley singled in the top of
the first to score Courtney
Casas, who reached on a triple.
Tori Jolley then hit a two-run
double to put the Indians up 3-
0.
The score remained that way
until the fourth. The bases
were loaded after a Kari Minor
single and two walks given up
to Ryan Story and Jessica
Knight when Sibley hit an
inside-the-park grand slam.
Also of note, Tiffany Wood,
who recently moved up from
the junior high team, hit an
RBI single in the seventh.
Keystone (15-7 overall)


travels to Starke tonight, April
10, to play Bradford before
closing out the regular season
at home against Ridgeview onil
Friday, April 11. Both games
are scheduled for 7 p.m.
The Indians play a District 6
tournament semifinal game on
Tuesday, April 15, at 7 p.m. If
Keystone wins that game, it
will play for the championship
on Thursday, April 17, at 7
p.m.
Interlachen High School is
the host of this year's
tournament.

Earlier results:

KH 6 P. Taylor 3
Minor and Ashlee Cirigliano
each drove in two runs in
Keystone's 6-3 win over
Pierson Taylor on March 24 in
Keystone.
Cirigliano picked up both of
her RBI in the first inning off
of a single that scored Casas
and Sibley, each of whom
singled to reach base.
In the third, Sibley tripled
and scored on a single by
Alyssa Velazquez. After
Cirigliano reached on an error,
Minor drove in two runs with a
single.
Sibley provided the last run


when she hit a sacrifice fly in
the sixth to score Story.

KH 8 Interlachen 4
Knight delivered a two-run
double in the bottom of the
sixth to break a 4-all lie as the
Indianis defeated districtt
opponent Interlachen 8-4 on
March 25 in Keystone.
The Ranis tied the score in
tle top of the sixth, ut ('asas
and Kim Russell each singled
to reach base in the bottom of
the inning. They scored on
Knight's double. Knight then
scored when Sibley Singled.
Sibley scored the last run off
of a sacrifice fly by Velazquez.
Knight finished the game
with three RBI, while also
picking Lip the win as the
team's pitcher. Knight allowed
five hits.
The Indians' first three runs
were unearned. Sibley reached
on an error in the first and
advanced on a passed ball
before scoring on a single by
Jolley.
In the third, Story reached
on an error and eventually
scored on a double by Knight.
Velazquez reached on an
error in the fourth. She
advanced on singles by
Cirigliano and Chandler
Singletary before scoring on a


single by Russell.
Cirigliano had an RBI in the
fifth off ol a sacrifice fly.
Indians go 1-2 in
Santa Fe tournament
Keystone played in a
tournament at Santa Fe High
School in Alachna, but only
left will one win-l15-1 over
Inlerlachen.
The Indians opened
tournament play with a 10-5
loss to host Santa Fe on March
28. Keystone committed seven
errors, which helped the
Raiders score seven unearned
runs.
Offensively, the Indians
were led by Russell and
Singletary, who were 2-for-3
and 2-for-2, respectively.
Keystone turned in a better
outing on March 29 in the win
over Interlachen. Knight went
4-for-4, while Sibley was 3-
for-5 with two doubles. Jolley,
who hit a home run, and
Velazquez each went 2-for-4,
while Cirigliano was 2-for-5
with a double.
Story also had multiple hits,
going 2-for-3. Casas and
Minor hit a double and triple,
respectively.
Pitcher Lindsey Harp earned
the win.
Keystone played Lake Weir


the same day it played
Interlachen, losing 9-8.
Lake Weir errors were
responsible for most of the
Indians' runs. Keystone had
just three hits, led by a 2-for-4
performance by Velazquez.

Smyth earns
top-5 finishes
at Florida
Relays
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Bradford track and field
athlete Jennifer Smyth
participated in the Pepsi
Florida Relays at the
University of Florida, earning
a pair of top-five finishes in
field events.
Smyth placed third in the
long jump with a distance of
18'4.25" and fourth in the
triple jump with a distance of
36'11.75". "
The winning jump in the
long jump was 18'8.5" by
Osceola's Ariel Cavazos,
while Naquia Williams of
Miami Northwestern placed
second with a jump of 18'6.5".
In the triple jump, Lake
Mary's Jordan Coleman took
first with a distance of
39'1.75", followed by
Ridgeview's Tomika Story
(38'6.75") and Miami


Nortlhwestern's Briana Rollin,
(37'3.75").
Smyth also competed in the
100I finishing 14"' with a
time of 12.56 seconds.
Bradford boys' team
member Rob Harris also
earned a 14"'-place finish in the
See RELAYS, p. 11B


BHS
Continued from page 9B
Pitcher Stephanie Jones gave
up three hits and one walk to
earn the win.
McClellan, Reddish and
Winkler each had an RBI,.
while Winkler was the only
multiple-hit batter with two
hits.
On April 4, Bradford lost
16-1 to Lake Region. The
Tornadoes had only three hits,
getting one each from
McClellan-whose hit was a
double-Webb and Kimberly
Barrett.
Bradford bounced back on
April 5 with a 4-3 win over
Frostproof. Reddish, who was
l-for-2, hit a triple that scored
two runs and gave Bradford a
2-1 lead in the fourth.
Ariel Wimpy led the
Bradford batters, going 2-for-3
with an RBI and two stolen
bases. McClellan added a
double.


Keystone Heights weightlifters qualifying for the state Gillain, Garrett Strickland, Sam Theisen and Greg
finals are (1-r) Marcel Robinson, Dennis Taylor,- Kevin Taylor.


7 qualify for weightlifting finals


BY CLIFF SMELLEY round of state-qualifying meets
Telegraph Staff Writer last week. Keystone has two
S who will be participating in the
Keystone Heights will be state finals for the second
sending six boys' weightlifters~ 'stai.ti :yiarF-Df imi aylor
to the Florida High School and SamThiesen.
Athletic Association Finals on Taylor bench pressed 190
Friday, May 18, at Embry pounds and had a clean and
Riddle University in Daytona jerk of 180 pounds to qualify
Beach, while Union County in the 119-pound class with a
qualified one for participation. 370-pound total. Thiesen
Lifters went through a final qualified in the 183-pound
class with a 585-pound total
(325 bench press, 260 clean
and jerk).
Kevin Gillain (139-pound
weight class), Garrett
Strickland (154), Marcel
Robinson (183) and Greg
Taylor (199) will also
represent Keystone. Their
qualifying totals were: Gillain


435 (215 bench, 220 clean and
jerk), Strickland 510 (275.
235), Robinson 590 (315, 275)
and Taylor 605 (320, 285).
-1 Union County's Brett-
Southwell also qualified %with a


485-pond total (240. 245) in
the 154-pound class.
Thiesen and Dennis Taylor
each placed ninth in his
respective class at last year's
state finals.


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Union loses

lead, then

rallies to beat

Bradford
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
T'i/graph Stal'ff Writer
Hrandon Griffis scored the
\winning run for the Union
County baseball team in a 13-
12 \\in over visiting Bradford
on April 7.
Union head coach Brian
Toillinson said it was a game
that neither team seemed to
want to lose. The Tigers (12-7)
led by 7-1 at one point, but
Bradford rallied to take a lead
it would hold until the bottom
of the seventh. A walk and two
errors helped the Tigers plate
two runs and get the win. An
error on a ground ball hit by
Chance Howell allowed Griffis
to score and end the game.
Zeke Scaff led the Union
batters, going 4-for-4 with
three RBI, while Kaleb
Windham and Justin Hanson
were 2-for-3 and 2-for-4,
respectively. Windham drove
in two runs.
Bradford's Trey Winkler,
who hit a grand slam to put
help the Tornadoes rally from
a six-run deficit, was 3-for-4
with four RBI, while John
Ryan Palladino was 3-for-5
with three RBI. Zack Coe
drove in three runs.
Bradford (5-16 prior to April
8) scored first when a
jnisplayed single into right
field allowed Winkler to score
in the top of the first. Union
came back in the bottom half
of the inning and scored two
runs. Scaff and Hanson hit
back-to-back singles.
Windham hit into a fielder's
choice, which loaded the
bases. A balk .and a walk
forced Scaff and Hanson
home.
Scaff and Hanson were at it
again in the second inning.
Scaff singled and later scored
on Hanson's double for a 3-1
Union lead.
Bradfor4 committed a
couple of errors in the third
inning, which helped the
Tigers score in the third
inning. That inning also
included an RBI single by
Scaff for a 7-1 lead.
The Tornadoes loaded the
bases in the fourth on an error,
a walk and a single by Charles
Jones. Jernard Beard drew a
walk to force one run home,
followed by an RBI single by
Palladion. Winkler then hit his
grand slam to even the score.
Bradford wasn't done in the
inning as David Duncan drew
a walk and Justin Fogarty was
hit by a pitch. Both runners
scored on a double by Coe.
Beard, who was hit by a
pitch, added another run for
Bradford in the fifth when he
scored on a double by
Palladino.
With two outs in the bottom
of the fifth, Scaff drew a walk,
while Hanson reached on a
fielder's choice. Windham
singled to score Scaff; while
Hanson scored on a single by
Gabe Snyder.
Two errors set Bradford up
to score a run in the sixth on a
sacrifice fly by Coe, but the
Tigers tied the game in the
bottom of the inning when
Scaff hit a two-run double.
Bradford's last lead occurred
in the seventh when Beard,
who drew a walk, scored on a
double by Palladino.
Union will host Suwannee
.tonight, April 10, at 7 p.m.,
then travel to Alachua to play
Santa Fe on Tuesday, April 15,
at 7 p.m.
The Tornadoes played Fort
White this past Tuesday and
will host Clay on Friday, April
11, lat7 p.m.


Tigers get

district win

with just 1 hit

BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
One hit was all the Union
County baseball team could
manage, but it didn't prevent
the Tigers from getting the win
as they .defeated host
Interlachen 2-1 on April 4 to
end regular-season district play
with a 6-2 record.
"It was another one where


we found a way to win the
game," Union head coach
Brian Tomlinson said.
Zeke Scaff hit the first pitch
of the game for a single. He
would eventually score on an
error.
Interlachen pitcher Foy Bell
shut the Tigers down after that,
but he hit Chance Howell with
a pitch in the fifth inning. Bell
would then allow two walks,
which enabled Howell t.) score
on a fly ball hit by Justin
Hanson.
The Rams scored a run on a


Union error in the bottom of
the fifth.
Union sophomore Thomas
Cason pitched, giving up four
hits and four walks, while
striking out I 1.
:The win wrapped up the
number-two seed in the
District 6-3A tournament after
the Tigers defeated Crescent
City earlier in the week. Scaff
and Mason )Dukes hit back-to-
back home runs in the third
inning to help Union defeat
Crescent City 9-3 on April I.


Tornadoes
play 5A Bears

tough, but

iose 1-0
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
The Bradford' baseball team
loaded the bases with no outs
in the sixth inning, but could
not score any runs in a 1-0 loss
to Class 5A Bartram Trail on
April 3 in Starke.
Bradford head coach Lamar
Waters said Justin Fogarty hit
one of the two hardest-hit balls
of the game in the sixth, which
went foul down the left-field
line. Fogarty came back and
smacked another pitch, but it
was a line drive right at the
shortstop.
"We had our chances,"
Waters said.
The only run of the game
occurred in the second inning
when Bartram Trail
successfully executed a safety
squeeze.
In all, the visiting Bears
managed just four hits against
starting pitcher David Duncan
and reliever Foga'rty.
John Ryan Palladino led the
Bradford offense, going 3-for-
4 with a double.

Earlier results:

Suwannee 6 BHS 3
Early control problems from
their pitchers put the
'Tornadoes in a hole, while a
couple of nice plays by the
Suwannee pitcher kept
Bradford down in a 6-3
District 3-4A loss on April 1 in
Live Oak.
The host Bulldogs took a 1-0
lead in the first on a home run.
They then scored five runs in
the second off of four hits and
threewalks.
13radford attempted to come
back, beginning in the third.


Jernard Beard doubled and
scored on a Iwo-out doIble by
Duncan. Trey Winkler
followed with another double
to score a run before J.ohli
Nicula hit an RBI1 single.
The Tornadoes had runners
at second and third during
three occasions after that, but
could not score. The Suwannee
pitcher ended two of those
threats when lie caught a line
drive hit by Charles Jones
while falling to the ground to
protect himself and recorded.
another out when le fielded a
high-chopper back to the


mlound.

BHS 13 Rams 3
Nicuiil hil a three-run homer
to help the Tornadoes defeat
Interlachen 13-3 on April 2 in
Interlachen.
Nicula scored the game's
first run when lie hit a lead-off
single in the second and scored
on a single by I ogarly. IFoga'rty
scored on a double by Zack
Coc. An error scored Coe,
while Beard drove in the
inning's last run.
Bradford loaded the bases in


t111 third. Two runs were
forced home when Jones and
Alvin Shireman were hit by
pitches.
In the fiflh, Jones reached on
an error, while Heard singled.
Jones scored on a misplayed
ball at first base. Two more
runs were forced home when
Winkler and Duncan drew
walks with the bases loaded.
Nicula, who ended the
scoring with his homer, went
2-for-3, as did Duncan and
Fogarty.
Josh Williams (3-0) was the
winning pitcher.


RELAYS
Continued from page 10B

100m with a time of 10.96
seconds.
Bradford placed 40"' in the
4xl00m relay with a time of
46.08 seconds. The team was
composed of Joseph Lombel,
Tyrail Slocum, Adrian Mosley
and Reggie Thomas.
Harris was joined in the
100m by teammate Chuckie
Covington, who finished 53'rd
with a time of 11.88 seconds.


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