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USPS 648-200 Three Sections Lake Butler, Florida Thursday, April 17, 2008


96th Year 1st Issue 50 CENTS


www.UCTmsonlinecom S -all: -. -imsin-rae


Arrest followed by crash,


LB woman critical


Attention
candidates
for office!
Each candidate for city or
county office is allowed one
free announcement of intent
to run for office printed in the
Union County Times until the
Thursday,. April 24, edition.
After that date, all political
announcements must be paid
advertisements. The weekly
deadline for publication is
Monday at 5 p.m. Items can
be submitted in person at the
office located at 125 E. Main
Street in Lake Butler or by
email at uctimes@windstream.
net.

Be WISE senior
series set
Today,. Thursday, April
17, from 10- 11 a.m., the
topic for the Be WISE
senior series will be "Brain
Health: Memory Loss and
Alzheimer's." The discussion
will take place at Lake Butler
Hospital.
Be WISE is sponsored by
Lake Butler Hospital, UC
Health Department, UC Public
Library and Suwannee River
AHEC. For more information,
please call (386) 496-2323 ext.
227.

Housing
Authority
meeting
rescheduled
The Union County Housing
Authority has rescheduled
its regular board meeting to
Monday, April 21, at 6:30 p.m.
Items on the agenda include
the gas system inspection,
electrical proposal and the
disaster plan.
The office is located at 715
W. Main St. in Lake Butler,
next to the Family Dollar
store. Board meetings are
normally held on the second
Monday of each month. For
more information, please call
(386) 496-2047.

School board
meets April 22
The Union County School
Board will meet on Tuesday,
April 22, at 1:30 p.m. in the
school board meeting room
located at 55 S.W. 6th St. in
.Lake Butler.
Items on the agenda include
*advertising seven teaching
positions available for the
2008-09 school year, the girls
basketball coach at UCHS and
girls JV cheerleading coach at
UCHS.
A workshop regarding
legislative updates and the
budget at LBMS will follow
the regular board meeting.

Energy
assistance
funds available
Suwannee River Economic
Council announces that
funds are available from the
Department of Community
Affairs for home energy
assistance and crisis energy
assistance through the
SLow Income Home Energy
Assistance Program.
SThe program assists eligible
households in paying for home
heating and cooling costs.
Clients must meet income
guidelines and provide proof
of income, home ownership
or rental agreement and an,
energy obligation.
Applications are available
at the Outreach Center
located at 855 S.W. 6th Ave.
in Lake Butler. To make an
appointment, or receive more
information, call (386) 496-
2342.


BY TERESA STONE-
IRWIN
Times StaffI Writer


On April 12, Union County
deputies responded to a
residence on 151st Court in
Lake Butler in reference to a


subject being in.possession of
narcotics and in violation of
probation.
Upon arrival, Deputy Leslie
Crews made contract with a
resident, Robert Sheldon, 43,
who was awaiting officers from
probation and parole.


Sheldon told deputies that
he purchased crack cocaine in
Lake City and was smoking
it when his live-in girlfriend,
Sheila Crawford, 38, attacked
him in an attempt to stop him
from ingesting the drug, said
Crews. Crews observed a two-


inch bite mark on Sheldon's
shoulder. Sheldon was placed
under arrest by probation and
parole officers for violation of
probation and unlawful use of
narcotics.
Sheldon had told Crews he
had no other narcotics inside


the residence when Deputy
David Shane observed a piece
of aluminum foil folded into
a pipe containing marijuana
residue on a dresser in a
bedroom where Crawford was.
See ARREST, p. 3A





Torch


travels


Union
BY TERESA STONE-
IRWIN
-Times Staff Writer
More than 40 employees
representing Union,
Correctional Institution,
Reception and Medical Center
and the Union County Sheriff's
Office participated in the Law
Enforcement Torch Run for
Special Olympics on April 10..
The annual torch run is held
to benefit the Florida Special
Olympic Summer Games.
Funds are generated through
individual donations along with
the sale of T-shirts and caps.
Using their Employee Benefit
Trust Fund, RMC also cooked
and sold barbecue lunches on
Friday to raise money for the
event.
Each year for the past 27
years during the* month of
April, more than 3,000 law
enforcement officers in 60
counties throughout the state
of Florida carry the torch on a
1,500-mile relay to raise money
for the Special Olympics
athletes. The torch is passed
from county to county, all the
way to the opening ceremonies
of Florida's annual Special
Olympic Summer Games.
The local runners began at
Lakeside Community Center,
headed down S.R. 100 past
Spires IGA, then on to S.R. 121,
passing by numerous students
cheering for them outside Lake
Butler Elementary School,
Lake Butler Middle School and
finally bringing the torch to
Union County High School.
Seeing the students
lining the roadway outside
each school motivated the
See TORCH, p. 2A


Top teachers honored at board meeting


BY TERESA STONE-
IRWIN
Times Staff Writer

The Teachers of the Year were
given recognition and awarded
with plaques during the April 8
school board meeting.
Union County High School
Principal Alex Nelson spoke first
about his school's Teacher oflthe Year,
math teacher Mandeep Sharma.
"Mandeep," Nelson said, "never
complains and is always energetic
and enthusiastic."
Born and raised in India, she
received her bachelor's degree in
mathematics and physics as well
as her bachelor's of education.
Sharma taught math and science in
India for two years before joining
the staff at UCHS.
In addition to her regular
classes. Sharma also makes herself
available to tutor any student at the
school who needs help with math.
"This was my first experience
working with a non-American-born
teacher," Nelson said. "I find her
very charming and professional."
Lake Butler Middle School
Principal Russell Larramore was
next to speak about his teacher of
the year, Brenda Smithey.
"Watching her reminds me daily
that wve are in the business of
students," he said
Smithey keeps herself up-to-
date on young adult literature
and is constantly researching
new strategies to keep students
interested in learning.
Smithcy has taught eighth-
*grade language arts at LBMS for
more than 19 years. She received


Teacher of the Year, Celeste
Saunders.
"We first met while working
together with the children's choir at
First Baptist Church," Bishop said.
"We later shared an office for 10
years as second grade teachers."
Saunders: graduated from UCHS
and attended Lake City Comniunity
College and LIUF, where she received
her degree in elementary education
in 1987.
"She truly loves children and is
a leader among teacherss" Bishop
said. "She remains very committed
and there's nobody better."
Saunders is also this year's District
Teacher of the Year.


Lake Butler Elementary School's Principal Lynn
Bishop congratulates Teacher of the Year Celeste
Saunders. Saunders is also the District Teacher of the
Year.


Brenda Smithey is the
middle school's Teacher
of the Year.


Mandeep Sharma


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Officers carry a


torch for kids...


ABOVE, LEFT: -
Sergeant Melvin
Stallworth lets Michael
Rizer (left) and Darren
Barlow (right) hold
the torch Stallworth
carried to the finish
line.
LEFT: Captain Steve
Klein of RMC (center
front) and a large
number of other
runners participated
in the event. Klein
was the organizer of
Union County's Law
Enforcement Torch
Run.


Stay informed. Get involved. Be entertained. K,.--, in touch. Express yourself. Know your community.

Deadline Monday 5 p.m. before publication Phone (386) 496-2261 Fax (386) 496-2858 6 89076 63869" 2







Page 2A TIMES April 17, 2008


TORCH:
Continued from p. 1A
runners that much more.
"At the elementary school, it
about brought tears to our eves
because the kids were clapping
and chanting 'USA!, USA!' as-
we ran past them," said Union
County Deput\ Kevin Hillard.
Hlillard began participating
in the torch run six years ago.
\VWh\ does lihe do it year after
year? "It's all about the kids.
It's for them," he said.
The torch run in Union
County \as organized by RMC
Captain Steve Klein. Klein said
he hopes to be able to attend the
year's final law enforcement
run for Special Olympics on
May 16, when the four torches
that were passed throughout the
state will be brought together in
Orlando.
"Our community has
received a lot of support for
-the event from all of the Union
".County schools, sheriff's office,
,courthouse, the state attorney's
.office, school board employees
rand the employees at RMC and
:?UCI," Klein said.
Spires IGA provided
-"nutritious snacks, Gatorade
and water for the runners. Tom
Jenkins provided T-shirts for
the students of Union County
being represented during the
irun.
The idea of a torch run
began, in 1981 when Wichita,
Kansas, Police Chief Richard
LaMunyon saw an urgent
need to raise funds for and
increase awareness of Special
Olympics.
In 2007, more than 85,000
Slaw enforcement officers across
35-nations carried a Flame of
Hope, raising more than $30
million.

BELOW, RIGHT: Sergeant
Melvin Stallworth of UCI
Baton Team II and Deputy
Kevin Hillard of the Union
County Sheriff's Office
carry the torch to the
end of the two-mile law
enforcement torch run.
The event took place
to raise money and
awareness for the Florida
Special Olympics Games.
BOTTOM, LEFT: UCI's
Sergeant Michael "Bull"
Jenkins motivates right
along with the rest of
torch bearers.


ABOVE: A large number of people, most of them law enforcement officers and correctional officers from UCI and
RMC, participated in the Special Olypics torch run. AT RIGHT: This correctional officer signals a cheerful hello as
he jogs behind the torch bearer.


Officers and ESE students are ready to run through Union County to keep the flame alive for
the Special Olympics.


(L-R) Tammy Harrison and paraprofessionals
Karen Williams and Cathy Griffis with student
(front) Travis Canada.


LEFT: Deputy Kevin
Hillard (holding torch)
with Ann Dubose (far
left), students Brittany
Durrant and Sammy,
Bustrycki and ESE Clerk
Cindy Maddox.


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The annual Brannen family
reunion for the descendants of
Benjamin and Tempa 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.m

Florida Crown
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consortium meetings on
Monday, April 28, beginning
at 4 p.m. at the administrative
office located at 1389 U.S. 90
West, Suite 170-B, in Lake City.
The meetings are open to the
public. For more information,
please call (386) 755-9028.

Send us your
announcement of
upcoming events.
Deadline is each
Monday at 5 p.m.


Yearbook
staff yard
sale 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. currentlyy
accepting donated items for
the sale. Monetary. donations
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April 17, 2008 TIMES Page 3A


ARREST:
Continued from p. 1A

A search of the residence
recovered 11 silver spoons
under the bathroom sink
which appeared to have been
used for melting narcotics,
four hypodermic needles and


two small measuring cups
containing a substance believed
to be morphine.
According to Crews,
Crawford stated that she uses
the needles to inject morphine
without a prescription.
Crawford was booked into the
Union County Jail where she
was bonded out on Monday.
That same evening, around
9:50 p.m., she was driving a


1995 GMC Sonoma eastbound
on S.R. 100 in Columbia County
when her vehicle traveled into
the ditch on the north shoulder
and collided with a culvert.
Crawford was flown to Shands
UF with critical injuries.
Charges are pending in the
accident and. as of press time,
the cause of the collision was
still under investigation.


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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOF
UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 63-2008-CA-0007
JERRYA.BRYANT
plaintiff,
vs.
JOYCE L. RANDALL, deceased.
and the Estate and heirs of JOYCE
L. RANDALL, deceased, by and
through her known heirs, TOM
RANDALL, KEVIN RANDALL,
SCOTT RANDALL, JAMES
RANDALL, PATRICIA RANDALL
CASTRO, and KATHERINE
"KITTY" PICKENS,
by and through any unknown heirs
at law, creditors or unknown parties
claiming by or through the named
Defendants.
Defendants
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: Joyce L. Randall, deceased
and Patricia Randell Castro, who
last known residence address and
whereabouts are unknown, and the
Estate and heirs of Joyce L,
Randall, deceased, and all
unknown parties claiming by,
through, under or against the
herein named Defendants, who are
not known to be dead or alive,
whether said unknown parties
claim as heirs, devisees, grantees,
assignees, Honors, creditors,
trustees, spouses, or other
claimants
And all unknown parties having or
claiming to have any right, title or
interest in the property herein
described.
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action
to foreclose a mortgage on the
following property in Union County,
Florida.
A parcel of land containing 2.13
acres, more or less. lying in
Section 23, Township 5 South.
Range 20 East. Union County,
Florida; said parcel being more
particularly described as follows:
Commence at a set 1/2" iron rod
located at the intersection of the
Northerly RW line of the Atlantic -
Coastline Railroad (100' RW now
abandoned) withthe West line of
the NE 1/4 of the SW 1/4 of said
Section 23 and run North 59
degrees, 49 minutes, 15 seconds
East along said Northerly R/W line
for a distance of 735.00 feet to a
set 1/2" iron rod; thence run North
01 degrees, 05 minutes. 14


seconds West parallel with the
West line of said NE 1/4 of SW 1/4
for a distance of 210.00 feet to a
set /2" iron rod thence run North
12 degrees, 12 minutes, 21
seconds West for a distance of
192.92 feet to the Point of
Beginning. From the Point of
Beginning thus described continue
North 12 degrees, 12.minutes, 21
seconds West for a"distance of
225.20 feet to a set !/" iron rod
located on the Southerly RW line
of a countyy, maintained graded
road; thence run North 64 degrees,
32 minutes, 49 seconds East along
last said R/W line for a distance of
372.70 feet to a set 12" iron rod;
thence run North 59 degrees, 49
minutes., 15 seconds East for a
distance of 113.38 feet to a found
2" iron pipe; thence run South 01
degrees, 11 minutes, 37 seconds
East for a distance of 209.78 feet
to a found 2" iron pipe;' thence run
South 59 degrees, 49 minutes, 15
seconds West for a distance of
452.65 feet to the 'Point of
Beginning
Less and Except any portion
thereof lying within an existing
county maintained graded road
near the East side thereof.
has been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
your written defense, if any, to it on
WAYNE CARROLL,".:: Plaintiff's
attorney whose address' is P.O.
Box 1898, Keystone Heights, FL
32656, on May 23, '2008,'which is
more than 30 days from the date of
first publication of this notice, and
file the original with the Clerk of this
Court either before service on
Plaintiff's attorney or immediately
thereafter; otherwise a default will
be entered against you for the relief
demanded in the Complaint. The
address for the Clerk of Court is 55
West Main Street, Lake Butler,
Florida 32054.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
this Court on this 15 day of April,
2008.
Regina H. Parrish
Clerk of the Court
By: Julia Croft
Deputy Clerk
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LEFT: Sixth-grade January Positive Tigers were (1-r,
front row) Sam Nelson, Ben Riggs, Corey Palmer, (I-
r, back row) Nancy Slocum, Daquin Edwards, Taylor
Wilkins, Jordyn Addison, Alexis Dighton, Katic
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Am
Pictured are (front, I-r) Geraldine Anderson, Cynthia Holder, Bob Windgassen, Joyce Chiominto, Joseph Chiominto,
Leaman Alvarez, Janice Alvarez, Lila Barber, Ted Barber, (back) Carol Mann, Mary Jane Noyes, Vernell Sapp, Mary
Ellen Hailey, John Rosado, Mary Willingham, Linda Barber, Shirley Thomas, Henry Thomas, Denise Basham, Susan
Rosado, George Barber, Joyce Windgassen, and Al Hailey.


Eastern Star


initiates new


members


On April 8, Joyce
Chiominto, Joseph Chiominto
and Leaman Alvarez became
the newest members of the
Lake Butler Chapter 40 Order
of the Eastern Star.
Shirley and Henry Thomas
were the installing worthy
matron and patron. Lila Barber
served as the conductress.
Carol Mann was the associate
contructress. Susan Rosado


and Ted Barber served as the
associate matron and patron,
respectively.
John Rosado served as the
chaplain and Mary Jane Noyes
served as the organist. The star
points included Mary Ellen
Hailey as Adah, Linda Barber
as Ruth, Cynthia Holder as
Esther, Geraldine Anderson
as Martha and Vernell Sapp
as Elec'ta.


LB lodge


inducts fellow


craft masons


On April 9, Kenneth M.
Clyatt Jr. and Curtis L. Clyatt
were passed to the Degree of
Fellow Craft at Lake Butler
Lodge 52, Free and .Accepted
Masons.
Right Worshipful Ted Barber
served as the worshipful master
for the degree and Worshipful
Mike Nolan gave the lecture.
Right Worshipful George
Barber read the Fellow Craft
Charge. Kevin Kirby and Tim
Giebeig served as the junior
deacon and junior steward,
respectively, for the first time
as master masons.


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Degree in Free Masonry
embraces history and science.
The symbolic history of
Freemasonry is the building
of King Solomon's temple at
Jerusalem, and the fraternity's
legends date back to that point
of reference.
The term, "passing" refers to
the advancement to the worker
class of fellow craft, one of
the three classes of builders
(entered apprentice, fellow
craft and master mason) used
in the construction of King
Solomon's temple.


Pictured (back, I-r) Kevin Kirby, Colin Coody, Gary Dwayne Ranard, Tom Adams, Mike Nolan,Tim Giebeig, (front)
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Free genealogy search

offered at BC Fair


There is a free public service
being offered at the Bradford
County Fair this week. The
Church of Jesus Christ ,of
Latter Day Saints is sponsoring
a family search booth to help
families find their ancestors.
The booth has computers that
are electronically linked to one
of the largest genealogy record
bases in the world.
Those desiring to use this
free service should bring any
information they have on their


ancestors to aid in the search.
Attendants will be available
to operate the computers for
families.
The family search booth is
located in the second pavilion
and will be open from 5-10
p.m. each day throughout the
fair. During the final day of
the fair, Saturday, April 19, the
booth will be open from 10
a.m. to 10 p.m. For further
information, contact Charlie
Wiggins at (386) 496-1097.


LR theatre group

presents 'Familar Faces'


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 love.
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 Friday through Sunday,
April 18-20 and 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 through Wednesday
from 5-7 p.m. or reserved by
calling (352) 226-4082 (leave a
message if necessary).


PAX Exchange Student
Programs invites you to meet
a very special person in 2008.
Families in Union and Bradford
counties are invited to offer their
hospitality to a high-school-
age exchange student for the
upcoming school year starting
in late August.
The students hail from 40
different countries and are eager
to know who they will he living
with, and what part of the U.S.
will be their host community.
Each student is between 15
and 18 years of age, has been
well screened for maturity and
adaptability, and has full medical
and spending money. The host
family provides room, board
and a measure of guidance for
the student during his or her stay
in the tJ.S.
Empty nesters. couples, or
singles arc eligible to offer
their hospitality. According
to Dawn Brown, local
community coordinator,
families that volunteer early
have the opportunity to begin
communication with their
student before arrival. This
early bonding makes it easier
for everyone to handle cultural
l(,Itaclcs once the student


arrives.
"Most of the students feel like
they know their host families
even before they arrive, and are
immediately ready to become
a participating member of their
new host homes pitching in


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.

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
Public Library building
fund.

Summer camp
for health
care students
Suwannee River AHEC is
now accepting applications
for Health Care Summer


on everything fromli household
chores to family discussions,"
said Brown.
PAX is a non-profit
organization, monitored by the
U.S. government. For more
information, call Dawn Brown
at (386) 496-9783.


Institute 2008. HCSI is a
four-\week residential catip
held at the University of
Florida for students who
are interested in pursuing a
career in health care. The
camp dates are June 22 -
July 19.
HCSI is open to students
who are underrepresented in
health professions, including
rural, African-American and
Hispanic students. To be
eligible, you must be a high
school junior or senior with
an expected graduation year
of 2009 or 2010 and be an
underrepresented minority,
rural or disadvantaged,
student with a minimum 2.5
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.


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Expert-level tournament winners (1-r) Corey Gunter (first place), Dylan Ramos (second) and Davey
Cornett (third).


Teens compete at library


The Union County Public
Library has been buzzing with
activities for teens. The gaming
event. "Fingers of Fury. Feet of
Frenzv," drew a large crowd to
the Guitar Hero 3 tournament.
Players competed head-
to-head at different difficulty
levels for prizes and there was
also an open-play area where
gamers could play other Guitar
Hero games as well as Dance
Dance Revolution.
First place winners in the


Lake

Butler

Hospital

joins fight

against

cancer
Lake Butler Hospital
has joined with other local
businesses in support of Lake
Butler's 2008 Relay for Life.


tournament were Corey Gunter
in expert mode, Matt Brown in
hard mode and Robert Barker
in medium mode.
Other winners were Dylan
Ramos in second place and
Davey Cornett in third for expert
mode, Alex Riggs in second
place and Chris Crawford
in third for hard mode, and
Daniel Rigano in second place
and Silas Wilson in third for
medium mode.
Teens celebrated National


Not only has the hospital chosen
to be a corporate sponsor, but its
employees have formed a team
to participate at the event.
"We've had co-workers who
have survived cancer and some
who didn't, as well as family
members, friends and patients
that have been impacted by the
disease," said Jennifer'T'homas,
Lake Butler H6,sa,.t'sz ublic
relations director. "So our
employees aref edited. : to be
part of an evefit t La^s ; med at
finding a cureifoi'cafleti{"
The ge4g9Q spport
will go to ar.i fent's
fundraising efforts to support


Poetry Month during "Poetry
Thing the Third" where they
drank coffee as they read their
own poetry and shared their
favorite poets.
High school students can
join the Junior Friends of the
Library for its monthly meeting
on Wednesday, May 14. at I
p.m. in the library.
Watch for more teen
activities during the summer at
the library!


the four parts of the American
Cancer Society's mission of
eliminating cancer as a major
health concern. It is fitting that
the Lake Butler Hospital has
chosen to support the American
Cancer Society since they are
also dedicated to helping the
residents of Union County live
healthier.lives.
The event will be held on on
Friday and Saturday, May 16
and 17, at the Union County
High School track. Teams will
begin setting up at 3 p.m. Friday
and the opening ceremonies
will be held at 6 p.m. The
event'will conclude at 9 a.m.


Medium-level tournament winners (1-r) Robert Barker (first place), Daniel Rigano (second) and Silas
Wilson (third).


BELOW: The staff of Lake
Butler Hospital is doing their
part for the American Cancer
Society in the Relay for Life
fundraiser In Union County.


Saturday morning.
There are currently 19 teams
and 148 participants registered
to participate in the event. For
a complete listing of the teams
and participants please visit
the Lake Butler event websitee
at wvww.events.canccr.org/
rfllakebutlerfl.
Union County residents are
encouraged to join a team or
come to the event to enjoy
the festivities and support the
teams. .
If you have any questions,
please call the Lake Butler
Community Representative,
Alee Gunderson, at (352) 376-
6866 ext. 5062.


HA offers
scholarships
to tenants
Applications are currently
being accepted to award 12
scholarships in the amount
of $2,500 each to housing
authority tenants.,
These scholarships are
not just for high school
seniors, but also to any
tenant currently enrolled
in college or who wants to
return to college and finish
a degree. Applicants must
have maintained at least a
2.5 cumulative grade point
average and be a resident of
the housing authority for at
least six months.
Applications require two
letters of recommendation
and an essay of 300 words or
Sl:ess on the,opic-,."What was
the most special (positive)
moment in your life'? How
would you create a moment
like that for someone else?"
Pick up an application at
the housing authority office
or at www.lhousingcenter.
com on the Web. Completed
applications must be
postmarked no later than
April 30.

Victory
Christian
celebrates 10th
Victory Christian Center
of'Lake Butler will celebrate
its 10th year of ministry with
special services from Friday,


April 25, to Sunday, April 27.
Pastor Patrick Maxwell
invites everyone to come
out and celebrate with the
church membership during
the following activities and
services:
o "Breakout" concert on
Saturday, April 26, at 7:30 p.m.
at the Lake Butler Community
Center;
o Church picnic on Saturday,
April 26, from noon to 4 p.m. at
Eastside Park;
o Worship services on Sunday,
April 27, at 11:30 a.m. with
Pastor Maxwell and at 5 p.m.
with Pastor Charles Roberson
and Kingdom Life Christian
Fellowship of Savannah, Ga.
Both services will be held
across the street from the church
at Lake Butler Elementary
School. For more information,
please call (386) 496-2115 or
Ella Littles at (352) 213-1480.

St. James sets
gospel sing for
April 20
St. James AME Church will
host the Gospel Echoes and the
Tears of Wonder from Ocala
and Alachua on Sunday, April
20, at 4 p.m.
Everyone is invited to come
share this time of gospel praise.
The church is located on the
corner of C.R. 231 and C.R. 238
(Providence Road). For more
information, please .contact
Pastor Georgia i.MM -Edwards
at (352) 494-281' '& EEmma
Jenkins at (386) 496-9785,


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4-H'ers head to district


Union (County's 4-H Co'untyt
Events \\as held March 29 at
Union Count\ Hich School,
where 4-11'ers applied skills
the\ had learned and competed
in various catec ories to \\inl
ai chance olf mIll ine oil to the
district competition.
The opening ceremconiesc
c\ ere cond ucted bh 4-11
Program Assistant Colan m ..
Cood\,. (oody introduced
Carlton Faulk, superintendent
of school. Faulk addressed
the crowd of more than 100 4-
H'ers, their parents and friends,
thanking everyone for being
part ot the program.
He commended the Union
Count\ Extension Office for its
help in obtaining a grant for the
Project Learning Tree Outdoor
Learning Center at Lake Butler


Elementary School, the 4-H Justin DeNunzio in the senior
School Enrichment programs. division. ('aitin Ialle in the
and Dr. Jacque Brenman's intermediate division and
serve ice to the citi/.ens ofl lnion ('assic Tominlinson in the junior
onnlty since 1985. di\ ision.
While \\ waiting for the judges' eitherer participants included
results, guest w\\'ere entertained Parker I lodgson, -alyn
h\ tlhe Magic Man. The 4-lII'ers Rimes, (iarrett Williams,
cnjoLed the show as they asked, I\exi Whitchead, Tristan
"Ho'lwo did he ,do that?" Southcrland, Michelle Pere/,
Delmonstrationis and Kortney Jenkins, Kierson
presentations by students were Jenkins,, Clay Halle, Garrett
outstanding and judges were Hersey, Cory Hersey. Dustin
faced with the task of selecting Hersey, Kennedy Johnson,
one exceptional 4-H'er in each Colton McAlister and Conner
category to represent Union McAlister.
County' in the 4-H District Public Speaking: Jordan
Events. Davis, intermediate division.
Other participants included
4-H'ers advancing Trey Owens and Cassic
Tomlinson.
to district level Animal Science: Thomas
Community Service: Webb, intermediate division.


Poster art participants in the 4-H county events were (front, I-r) Teala Howard, John
Holt, Justin Pilcher, (back) Lauren Mauer, Jordan Bradley, Justin Stanley, Wade
Poteat and Lane Rimes. Not pictured were Lena Sapp, Macie Sallie and Joey Husted.
Those students' posters are pictured behind the back row.


LEFT: Students anxiously awaited for the competition
to begin, some getting last minute tips from the
parents. ABOVE, LEFT: These students from Kim
Shaw's class at LBMS participated in the Tropicana
speech competition and will be eligible for a possible
scholarship to 4-H Camp Cherry Lake.


M


Other participants included
Miranda Merritt, Ethan Box
and Mitchell Cribbs
Leisure Arts and
Recreation: Katie Zipperer in
the junior division and Shane
Hendricks in the intermediate
division.
Food: Luke Crawford in the
junior division and Christopher
Starling in the intermediate
division.
Outstanding poster art:
John Holt received a blue
rosette.
Other participants included
Teala Howard, Jordan Bradley,
Justin Stanley, Lane Rimes,
Lauren Mauer, Justin Pilcher,
Lena Sapp, Wade Poteat, John


Holt. Macie Sallie and Joev
Husted.
Tropicana public speaking:
Chance Oody and Savannah
Woodall.
Other participants included
fourth-graders Morgan Worrell.
Max Fisher, Samantha Massey.
Jordan Howell, Lexi Whitehead,
Montana Parrish, and fifth-
graders Jacques Warren. Maci
Adams, Christa Fairfield, Kayla
Jenkins, Lilly Combs, Brianna
Martin, Brooke Parrish, Kelsey
Thornton, Shelbie Barber,
Christian Harvey, Summer
Levels and Brandon Ames.
The Citizenship and
Leadership participant w'as
Case Emerson.


6th graders


speak up at


competition


By COLAN COODY
4-H Program Assistant


Kim Shaw's sixth grade class
took on the challenge of public
speaking. The students enjoyed
researching their topic, format-
ting the information, presenting
their speeches to their class-
mates, and re-writing and prac-
ticing their presentations, in so
doing, keeping them engaged
and excited about giving their
speeches.
The top four speakers will






Modern man must
descend the spiral of
his own absurdity to the
lowest point; only then
can he look beyond it.
It is obviously
impossible to get
around it, jump over it,
or simply avoid it.
Vaclav Havel 1936-,
Czech Playwright,
President
****


compete against each other at
the Union County 4--H awards
banquet April 24. The winner
will receive a scholarship to 4-
H Camp Cherry Lake, compli-
ments of Tropicana.
Shaw presented the class a
certificate for every student,
class winner ribbons, and
school winner medallions
The top sixth-grade grade
speakers were Blade Stith
(first place), Jamaal Edwards
(second), Tina Hoffman (third)
and Dustin Smith as honorable
mention.



The irrationality of a
thing is no argument
against its existence,
rather a condition of it.
Friedrich Nietzsche
1844-1900, German
Philosopher


People who cannot
recognize a palpable
absurdity are very
much in the way of
civilization.
Agnes Repplier 1858-
1950, American Author,
Social Critic
****


I Fr om-Or Office








oNSection B: Thursday, April 17, 2008



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



Bradford girl earns spot as Jaguars cheerleader
BY CLIFF SMELLEY graduate is prepared to make a public appearance as a member tried out for the cheer squad, in high school, but she said was accepted into the Joffrey
T'let' htaf)IZ ill riter bigger roar. of the squad during the 14"' but she said it's something this experience will be Ballet School in New York as
S Reed successfully auditioned annual B3ud Light D)raft )ay she's always wanted to do. different. National Football a high school sophomore and
tosbecome a memberlofitheeehiCh will be heldraissher own
As a teenager, Melaie Reed to become a member of the Party, which will be held "This is kind of the first year League cheerleaders are really currently operates her own
participated in the Jacksonville Jacksonville Jaguars Saturday, April 26, from 3 I've had the time to do it," she dancers more than anything dance studio in Starke.
Jaguars junior cheerleading cheerleading squad, which is p.m. until 7:30 p.m. at the said. else, she said, which should Her experience must have
program, but now the 2003 more commonly known as the Jacksonville Landing. Reed's last appearance as a suit Reed to a T. She has been
Bradford High School Roar. She will make her first This was the first year Reed cheerleader was when she was dancing most of her life. She See CHEER 5B



Shands

earns 4

stars
For the third consecutive W
year, the in-patient medical-
surgical unit at Shands Starke
has earned another prestigious"r
National Star Award for
Excellence from Professional
Research Consultants (PRC).
The four-star status in overall
quality of care is awarded to
units that consistently perform \
between the 75"' and 89"
percentile on patient
satisfaction surveys.
PRC is a national marketing
research organization CERTIFIED ASE
dedicated to the healthcare -
industry that specializes inCE T F D A S
collecting and analyzing data TECHN ICIA N
on patient, consumer,..
physician and employee
satisfaction with a given
hospital or health system. The
information from PRC, which
is collected continuously
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compare patient-satisfaction 4"
with the performance of '
hospitals (and individual t.
departments within hospitals)v5
across the nation.
Andrea Waterhouse ARNP,
chief nursing officer at Shands
Starke, said she is
exceptionally pleased with the
most recent four-star awards,"
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speaks volumes about how
awesome our staff and Shands4
Starke truly are," Waterhouse
said. "It also shines a light on
how successful we've been
with implementing the BEST
practices over the past four
years, and our commitment to
excel beyond the status quo."
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during the past year, the
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front entrance, admissions and
waiting area. This is the first "
time the emergency room has
achieved a four-star excellence M A O k
award. Waterhouse said to
get this award in both nursing.
areas is well deserved.
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offer a kiddie day camp for all "#46 T#4 -K#41
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Page 2B TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOF--B-SECTION April 17, 2008


BIRTHS


Chassity
Donaldson
Chad lmonaldson and
Renatta Harrison announce the
hirth of their daughter.
C'hassit\ Alise I)onaldson, on
April 3. 200,l in North tIloriLda
Women ( 'enitelr in
(iaines\ ille.
('lassi t\ \\ ciihed 0 pIoIunds,
2 ounces and imeasurned 20
inches at hirth.
Maternal grandIparents are
Gloria Harrison of Starke andi
lIarr\ Harrison of Maryland.
Patlernal grandparents arc
Inez Donaldson of Macclennm
and Isaiah lDonaldson of
Sanderson.
Maternal great-grandmother
is Mildred Griffin of Starke.


Codi Breann Huntley

Codi Huntley
Paul and Christy Huntley of
Lake Butler announce the birth
of their daughter, Codi Breann
Huntley, on Feb. 23, 2008, in
Gainesville.
Codi weighed 8 pounds, 2
ounces, and measured 19
inches at birth.
Codi joins brother, Cole
Huntley, 3 years old.
Maternal grandparents are
Colin and Linda Gay of Lake
Butler.
Paternal grandparents are
Wendell and Charlene Huntley
of Doctor's Inlet.
Maternal great-grandparents
are Frank and Vannah Bryant
of Lake Butler.
Paternal great-grandparents
are LaRue Huntley of Doctor's
Inlet and Bobby and Edna
Freeman of Orange Park.


Pete and Ethel Douglas

Douglases to
celebrate
50th

anniversary
The children of Pete and
Ethel Douglas invite all friends
and family to attend their 50th
anniversary celebration on
Saturday, May 3, at Waldo
First Baptist Church's Life
Center from 2-4 p.m.
The family is requesting
your presence in place of gifts.



Padgett
family will
have reunion
Family and friends of the
late James W. and Creasie
Sweat Padgett are invited to
attend a reunion on Saturday,
April 26, at the Lake Butler
Community Center.
Doors will open at 11 a.m.
for fellowship. The meal will
be served at 12:30 p.m. Please
come and bring a covered dish
and beverage.

BHS class of

1978 to have
meeting
Bradford High School class
of 1978 is having its class
reunion meeting on Monday,
April 21, at Western Steer in
Starke at 7 p.m.
The date of the reunion has
been set for Friday, Oct. 31,
and Saturday, Nov. 1.
Everyone is invited to the
meeting. For more
information, contact Christie
Torode at (904) 966-6095 or
bhstorode@vahoo.com.


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Iear l1ditor:
The Bradlford- Union Area
('areer Technical (Center has a
long history of trai ning
students to be successful in the
workplace. Recenritly the school
began a new chapter.
Specifically, we began a
student chapter of SkillsUSA.
SkillsUSA is a national non-
profit organization serving
teachers, high school students,
and college students who are
preparing for careers in trade,
technical and skilled service
occupations. It was formerly
known as VICA (Vocational
Industrial Clubs of America).
In our inaugural chapter
class, we presently have
students in six occupational
skill areas. These include
carpentry, cosmetology,
computer technology, diesel
mechanics, masonry and
welding.
Oni Feb. 29, our masoriyr
team competed i a Masonry
Showcase Comnpctition. They
competed against teams from
North Florida and even a team
from Georgia. When the
awards were announced, one
of our students was judged the
high individual and otu team
came in second. We are very
proud of these students
because most of the students
had never competed before. As
a result of the. competition.
three of our students qualified
to compete at the State
SkillsUSA competition in
Bradenton scheduled for April
28-30. Our diesel mechanics
team has also been invited to
compete there and that is the
reason for this letter.
We are seeking donations
from the community to help
pay for the expenses associated
with this student competition.
The entry fee per student is
$85. The rooms will cost $96
per night for two nights.
Therefore we are seeking
donations to help offset the
students' expenses. If \'ou
would like to help these
students with a tax-deductible
donation, you may do so by
sending a check made out to


the 1Bradlford-Uniiion Area
(Carcer Technical Center/
SkillsUSA. Any help would be
appreciated by these students
If you would like additional
information, please contact me
or Mike Beville at the school.
Chuck Ebert
Vocational Coordinator

One who
believes in
reporting
Dear Editor
I am Ewriting to you as I feel
voters/constituents should
reflect before casting their
votes in the upcoming
elections. It is scary to see
whom we already have in
government today. Politicians
seem to be only interested in
donations and campaigning
instead of showing good
performance and integrity.
What happened to, by the
people, for the people?
America is facing many crucial
issues that are destroying our
beloved country. Voting today
is like playing poker or the
lottery, few wins but many
losses. Do we choose A or B?
Ultimately, we are given the
choices, not making them, as it
is for everything else now
days. Having said this, my
query today is directed to
present and future leaders.
Most of you are so busy
thinking and planning your
personal agenda without
regard for people's needs or
thoughts of whose backing you
want. Tell us why we should
vote for you or keep you if you
are already in? It seems a
luxury expense that we might
be able to eliminate.
I became a widow of a
Vietnam Vet on April 1, 2007,
with many problems and issues
regarding pension income not
only from the Veteran
Administration, Social
Security, missing records
requests, autopsy, etc. It has
been one year since my loss!
Still no assistance from
anyone, answers or responses!
The so-called representatives
seem to be to busy and not
reading the urgent requests for
intervention! I am 62 years old
and disabled, how many others


like me are getting the same
treatment? Vets, soldiers and
families seem to come last in
too many things with most
legislators in today's
govcrnmenl.
despitee political
assumptions, the people do not
like being or staying in limbo!
Essential survival matters are
still unresolved; I received no
acknowledgment of letters and
documentation sent. I'm sure
profiteering business would
not be conducted in such
manner. I'm certain that
everything I sent to all parties
went to the right addresses!
Not responding is truly
professional! It clearly shows
to citizens the lack of
dedication to the
responsibilities taken. Am I
being totally ignored, because
I decline to beg for what is
legally and rightfully feel is
coning to me and other
veterans? Why is it that the
government can be arrogant
and the people must always be
humble? Was it perhaps my
failure to donate to their
causes? Can one donate what
they do not have?
Some automated responses
were received by me, but none
relating to my personal
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important bill issues and other
bills concerning Floridians.
The present administration
seems too busy with warfare to
consider us mortals in their
reign, meanwhile the
upcoming runners-up respond
with automated messages
indicating how busy they are
to even read the messages.
Campaigning keeps them to
busy while to busy to learn
about real issues! (Are
people's needs not an issue?)
Time is however found in
bombarding me with
solicitations for money.
I could use some money.
Would you donate to me'?
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a capitalistic free enterprise
with everyone selling
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the people. Let's have all take
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OBITUARIES


Wanda Arnold
STARKF' --- Wanda Kaye
Arnoldo 32, of Starke died ont
Sunday April 13, 2008,
Mrs. \Arnold was born in Clav
Count\. to V\irginia K. Tl'ihen and
Charles Crews on Jan. 6, 1)76.
She resided in Starke most of her
life. She enjoyed helping under
pri\ ileged people,
Mrs. Arnold is survived by:
husband, Stephen Troy Arnoldi:
her mother, Virginia K. Tuten and
step-father David R. Tuten of
Palmn Bay; her father, Charles
Cr\ews of St. Cloud; daughter,
Andrea K. Crews of Starke; soils,
Jodv' 1. Hart II and Triston C.
Lariscey\, both of Starke" sisters,
Regina IL. O'Quinn of
.acksonville. Lorraine Tuten of
Perr\ and Katey Miller of Tyler,
Texas; brother; Charles Crews of
Langley, Pa.; maternal
grandmother, Joyce R. Telken of
Starke: paternal grandmother,
Phyllis Yancey of Melbourne and
numerous nieces and nephews.
Funeral services will be held on
Wednesday. April 16, in the
Chapel of Archie Tanner Funeral
Home at 2 p.m. with Pastor
Charles Clark. Interment will
follow at Crosby Lake Cemetery.
The arrangements are under the
care of Archie Tanner Funeral
Services of Starke.

Robert Bates
STARKE Robert F. Bates,
64. of Starke died on Thursday,
April 10, 2008, after a battle with
cancer.
cMNr. Bates was born on Oct. 16,
1943, in Jacksonville to the late
John W. Bates and Cora S.
McCluskey.
Mr. Bates is survived by: his
daughters. Tonya Bates-Stuckey
of Lawtey and Laura Jane Bates of
Starke; brother, John Bates of
Lawtey; sisters, Coleen Sanders of
Mint Hill, N.C. and Laura Bates-
Kiser of Jacksonville: seven
grandchildren and nieces and
nephews.
Mr. Bates is preceded in death
by his daughter, Regina Kirby and
two brothers, Floyd and Harmon
Fugatt.
Graveside services were held
on Monday, April 14, at Lawtey
Cemetery with the Rev'. Gene
Bass conducting the services. The
arrangements were under the care
of Archie Tanner Funeral Services
of Starke.

David Biggs
HAWTHORNE David Lee
Biggs, 73, of Hawthorne died
Tuesday, April 8, 2008, at his
residence.
Mr. Biggs was a retired truck
drive and certified Honda
mechanic. He served in the U.S.
Air Force. Mr. Biggs moved from
Spring Valley, N.Y. to Hawthorne
in 1972.
Mr. Biggs is survived by: wife
of 54 years, Mary Margaret Biggs
of Hawthorne; daughter, Melody
Biggs of Hawthorne; three sons,
Bryan Biggs of Lady Lake, David
Biggs of Johnson and Eric Biggs
of St. Peterson and three
grandchildren.
A private memorial service will
be held at a later date. In lieu of
flowers, donations may be made
to Haven Hospice in Palatka.
Arrangements were under the
care of Moring Funeral Home of
Melrose.

Edith Brantley
GRANDIN Edith Brasington
Brantley, 91, of Grandin died
Friday, April 11, 2008, at Shands
Starke after a long illness.
Born in Cheraw, S.C. on Sept.


25, 1916, Mrs. Brantley was a life
lonti resident of this area. She was
a charter member of First Baptist
Church in Keystone lHeights. Slhe
was t(lie secretary for (lie general
manager at Clay Electric before
retiring.
Mrs. Brantley is survived by:
children, Charles F. Brown of
(raitdin, Bessie R. McCall ofl
Tallahassee and Bobby Ridenour
of (Grandin; brother, Johnnie T.
Brasington of Keystone Heights;
six grandchildren; three step-
grandchildren and 10 great-
grandchildren.
Funeral services were held on
Monday, April 14, at the First
Baptist Church in Keystone
Heights with pastor Jim Prose
conducting the services. Interment
was in Eliam Cemetery of
Melrose.
In lieu of flowers, please make
contributions to the First Baptist
Church of Keystone Heights
building fund at 550 E. Walker
Dr. in Keystone Heights, 32656.
Arrangements were under the
care of Jones-Gallagher Funeral
Home of Keystone Heights.


June Doyle
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS -
June Teresa Holt Doyle, 82, died
on Friday, April 11, 2008, at
Haven Hospice in Lake City.
Mrs. Doyle was born in
Hamburg, N.Y., on May 16, 1925
and was raised in Sturgeon Bay,
Wis. During World War II, she
worked as a welder in California
as a part of the "Rosie the
Riveteer" effort. In 1969, she and
her husband bought BonAire
Motel in Cedar Key. She lived in
Florida until her death.
Mrs. Doyle was a member of
the Keystone Heights AmVets
Post 86, and Ladies Auxiliary. She
served as president.
Mrs. Doyle is survived by: her
husband, Frank Doyle Sr.; sister,
Ruth Bridenhagen of Maryland;
daughters, Patricia Newberry of
Glendale, Ariz., Eileen Lewis of
Gatlinberg, Tenn., Peggy Hooten
of Keystone Heights and Lynn
Wilson of Cedar Key; seven
grandchildren; and 13 great-
grandchildren.
Mrs. Doyle was preceded in
death by her brother, Carl Holt,
sisters, Eileen Wulf and Marie
Anderson.
In lieu of flowers, donations
may be made to the Alzheimer's
Association or the American Heart
Association in her memory.


Othella Dukes
LAKE BUTLER Othella B.
"Pete" Dukes, 88, of Lake Butler
died on Wednesday, April 9,
2008, at Shands Lake Shore
Hospital in Lake City after a brief
illness.
Mr. Dukes was a life long
resident of Lake Butler. He was
the son of the late Thomas J.
Dukes and Clara Crosby Dukes.
He was a self-employed plumber
who taught many young men the
plumbing trade while they were
attending school. He attended the
University of Florida. He owned
and operated G.E. Appliance Store
Sales and Service. He served as
the Lake Butler fire chief until
retiring in 1984.
Mr. Dukes was a member of the
First Baptist Church in Lake
Butler. He was a World War 11
veteran and also served in the
Korean conflict. He was the co-
founder of the Lake Butler Singles
Club.
Mr. Dukes is survived by: four
nieces, Zelda Smith of
Lawrenceville, Ga., Jean Lundy of
Washington, D.C., Joyce of
Gardiner of Herndon, Va. And


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Mr. Dukes was precedill in
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brothers, Van, Johln and Zell
Dukes and a sister, Omnegal Dukes.
Funeral services were held on
Saturday, April 12, in the First
Christian Church of Iake Butler
with Brother Arthur I eterson
conducting the services. Burial
followed in Dekle (Cemetery under
the care of Archer Funeral Home
of Lake Butler.

Dan Hollibaugh
MELROSE Hayes Daniel
"Dan" Hollibaugh, 81, of Melrose
died Friday, April II, 2008, at
Windsor Manor Nursing Home in
Starke following a long illness.
Mr. Hollibaugh was born in
Southbend, Ind. on Nov. 26, 1926.
He moved to Melrose two years
ago from St. Augustine. He was a
member of St. William Catholic
Church and the past president and
C.E.O. for Recco Sales in
Indianapolis, Ind. IIc was in the
horse business for 30 years in
Kentucky where he was the
former owner of thle Holly Lane
Farms. 'He served inl the U.S.
Army as a fighter pilot.
Mr. IHollibaugh is survive ed by:
wife of 30 years, Rosemnary
Schrenker Hollibaugh of Melrose:
children, Hayes A. Hollibaugh,
Melissa Cheshire and Pamn
Cheshire; two step-children,
Michael Martine and Michelle
Martin; five grandchildren: two
step-grandchildren and three
great-grandchildren.
Memorial services were on
Wednesday, April 16, at St.
William Catholic Church 'itl
father Mike Williams conducting
the services. Interment will be at a
later date.
Arrangements were under the
care of Jones-Gallagher Funeral
Home of Keystone Heights.

Kaye Manning
LAWTEY Mary Katherine
"Kaye" Chittv Manning. 43, of
Lawtev died Sunday, April 13,
2008, at her residence following a
brief illness.
Mrs. Manning was born in
Bunnell on Oct. 5, 1964, and was
a lifelong resident of Bradford
County. She was a member of
Jesus Deliverance Tabernacle
Church and a correctional officer
for Union Correctional Institution.
Mrs. Manning is survived ,y:
her husband of nine years. Randall
Eugene Mantning: sons, Matthew
Sellers.. Daniel lane Chittv
- McClenaghan, James Fredrick
'Harris aiind Kyle Rasado, all of
Starke: sisters, Beverhl Crews of
Starke and Pamela Chitty Parker
of La\vtey: and four
grandchildren.
Funeral services will be held oni
April 18, in the DeWitt C. Jones
Chapel with the Rev. Gone Bass

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Robert Martin
JACKSONVILLE Robert
Lee Martin, 53, of Jacksonville
died Monday, April 14, 2008, at
Shands Jacksonville following an
extended illness.
Mr. Martin was born in Starke
onl Aug. 17, 1954. He was a
member of Oak Grove Baptist
Church in Middleburg and was a
retired construction worker.
Mr. Martin is survived by: his
sons, Robert L. Thornton of Lake
Butler and Lance E. Martin of
Gainesville; stepdaughters, Gracic



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coinpanion, IJsa Nobles of'
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of Starke, Judy Northrup of'
Jacksonville, MaryLec Sellers of'
Laivtey, Deborah Sellers of Mayo
and Angie Underhill of
Middleburg; and three
grandchildren.
Mr. Martin was preceded in
death by his parents, Robert E.
Martin and Lavina Padgett Martin;


sisters, Susie Skipalis, Thelma
Martin, and Beverly Martin; and
brothers, Charles Martin and
Ronald Martin.
Graveside funeral services will
be held on Saturday, April 19, at
Padgett Cemetery in Clay Hill at
II a.m.
The family will receive friends
at the funeral home on Friday,
April 18, from 5-7 p.m.
Arrangements are under the
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OBITUARIES


Eva Mattox
NltIDDLERUHL RGi lira Ruth
MNattox, 98, of Mliddleburg died
Saturday, April 12. 2008, in
Orange Park MNedical ('enter.
Mrs. Mattox was born ont
March 13, 1910, in Plratt (it,', Ala.
She lived in Starkc since '1973
before moving to Middlebiurg.
She \ as a homemaker, mmberlr ol,
Northside Baptist Ch'liurch for 20
years and Clay Hill Baptist
(Churchl of the past 15 years.
Mrs. Mattox is survived by:
children, Eva Baird olf




In Loving Memory


Emily Rund
Jan. 23, 1984-April 19, 2007


One year ago today you said
your last goodbye. One year
ago today it quickly made us
cry.
We saw you very happy as you
left to make your way, to the
veri one you'd marry just
waiting for that day.
You seemed to get so much done
before you left us here, from
visiting loved ones to calling
those so dear:
You packed your things to move
away, but that was nothing new,
you loved to go and serve and
share in all that you would do.
We will never forget your
excitement and the joy on your
face as you were dancing
around in that wedding dress
with beauty and grace.
The race was run and you
finished well though we hate
that you are gone, but with this
year, our hardest, yet your name
will carry on.
You lived life right and gave so
much, your legacy did tell,
Thank You precious Emily, you
did it all so well.
Isaiah 1:17 seeking justice
We love you forever...
Dad, Morn, Sarah, Laura, Julie
and Wes


Jacksonville, Glenn 1I. Mattox of
Middilcurg, Claud Ernllstl MaNlox
of Salem, ( )re. and Arthur Maltox;
brothers:; eorge I)unican and
Daniel Duncan, both of
1irmingham, Ala.; IS
grandchildren, 38 greal-
grandchildren and 26 great-greatt
grandchildren.
Mrs. Mattox was preceded by
her husband of 76 years,' larl 'L.
Mattox and daughter, Lois Baird.
Funeral service will be held oni
Thursday, April 17, in Clay Hill
Baptist C church ait 11 a.m. ithi
pastor Rick Crews conducting the
services. Interment will follow in
Riverside Memorial Park in
Jacksonville.
The Family will receive friends
from 6-8 Wednesday April 16, in
Clay Hill Baptist Church.
Arrangements are under the
care and direction of Archie
Tanner Funeral Services of Starke.


Patrick McRae
GAINESVILLE Pairick
Dean McRae, 53, of Gainesville
died on Tuesday, April 1, 2008, at
his residence.
Mr. McRae moved to
Gainesville four years ago after
residing in Starke for 20 years. I le
\\as born in ,Jacksonville, served
in the U.S. Navy and \\was a truck
driver.
Mr. McRae is survived by: two
sisters, Barbara Jean Johns and
Jimmie Marie Sauls, both of
Starke; three brothers, John
McRae Jr. of Starke, Daniel Jay
McRae of Atlanta, Ga. -and
Bradford Wayne McRae of'
Jacksonville and many nieces and
nephews.
Mr. MeRae was preceded in
death by his parents, John Edwin
and BerthaRee McRae Sr.
Memorial services \\ill be held
on Friday, April 25, at Florida
National Cemetery in Bushnell
with military honors at 2 p.m.
Arrangements are under the
care of Moring Funeral Home of
Melrose.

Phyllis Moody
RAIFORD Phyllis Werdna
Kelly Moody, 95, of Raiford died
Friday, April I1, 2008, at Kendrid
Hospital in Green Cove Springs
after an extended illness.
Mrs. Moody was born in
Raiford where she was a life long
resident. She was a homemaker
and a member of the First Baptist
Church of Raiford where she
taught adult Sunday school class
for 10 years.


Mrs. Moody is surv ivcd by: two
sons, .ialaies Moody ol I,ake (City\
anId William Moody of Raiforid;
bro either, I lerbert I:. Kelly ofl
Watukegan, Ill.; ivoi gralndsoins andl
onei greal-gl'ranlldsolln.
Mrs. Moody w\as preceded inl
death by her husband, Jay Moody
and daughter, Camilla Brantly.
iiFuneral services were held ont
Tuesday, April 15, in the First
Baptist ('hurch of Rai ford with tilhe
Rev. Joe Murphy conducting the
services. Burial followed at Sapp
Cemetery in Raiford under the
care of Archer Funeral Home of
Lake Butler.


Jean Norman
RAIFORD lean Griffis
Norman, 80, of Raiford died
Sunday, April 13, 2008, at her
home after an extended illness.
Mrs. Norman was a life long
resident of Raiford, the daughter
of the late Ernest Griffis and
Minnie l)ees Griffis. She was
employed with tile lake Butler
Apparel Company as a supervisor
for maliny Vyears and a lmemibel of"
thile P'inet Grove Congregational
Methodist Church.
Mrs. Norman is survived by:
three sons, Richard Larry Norman
of Raiford, the Re\. Michael
Norman of lIake City and Mitchell
Norman of Flomanton, Ala.; two
sisters, Christine Cameron and
Inez Quiett both of Raiford: two
brothers, .Jennings and Vernon
Griffis, both of Raiford; 13
grandchildren; 17 great-
grandchildren and four great-
great-grandchildren.
Mrs. Norman was preceded ill
death by her husband, Pervis
James Norman and foutlr brothers
Maines, Arthur, Virgil and Zenas
Griffis.
Funeral services were held
Wednesday, April 16. in thile Pine
Grove Congregational Methodist
Church in Raiford with the Rev.
Michael Norman, the Rev. Johnny
Hobbs and the Re\. Daniel Prevatt
conducting the services. Burial
followed in thile church cemetery
under tile care of Archer utneuralI
Home of Lake Butler.


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KEYSTONE HEIGHTS -
Ruby Geraldine Parrish. 75, of
Keystone Heights died Friday,
April II, 2008, at North Florida
Regional Medical Center in
Gaines ille.
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brother, .James Cook of
G(inesville; sister, Myra Nadine
Browning of Newberry; many
nieces and nephews and great-
nephews.
Graveside services were held
Tuesday, April 15, at Trenton
Cemetery with brother Danny
Roberts and brother Gene Morgan
conducting the services.
Arrangements were under the
care of Moring Funeral Home of
Melrose.

Fannie Smith
ATLANTA Fannie Tison
Smith, 90, of Atlanta died Sunday,
April 13, 2008, after an extended
illness.
Mrs. Smith was born in Naylor,
Ga., living most ol' her life int
.Jacksonville. She moved to Lake
Butler in 1993 from Yulee. She
moved back to Georgia in 2000.
She was a homemaker and a
member of First Baptist Church in
Lake Butler when she lived in
Lake Butler.
Mrs. Smith is survived .by:
daughter, Linda Gail Tison of
Norcross, Ga.; several
grandchildren and several great-
grandchildren.
Mrs. Smith was preceded in
death by her husband, Henry
Tison, daughter, Betty Bryant,
son, Jim "iTison and step-sons,
Leonard, Clarence and Andy
Tison.
Funeral services will be held on
Thursday, April 17, in the Chapel
of Archer Funeral Home at I I
a.m. with the Rev. Wayne
3ergmain conducting the service.
Burial will follow in Edgew\ood
Cemetery in Jacksonville at 2:30
p.m. after the services under the
direction of Archer Funeral Home
of Lake Butler.
Famil \ \xill receive friends at
the funIeral home from 6-8 p.m. on
Wednesday, April 16.
Ili eLiu of flowers, donations
imay be made to Emmanlluel
Baptist Church at P.O. Box 852 in
Lake Butler, 32054.


Bill Thompson
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS -
William E. Thompson, 82, 'of
Keystone Heights died Saturday,
April 12. 2008, at his residence
following a long illness.


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(rab Orchard, Tenn. on Jan. 26,
1925. lHe was a long time resident
ofi the Keystone Hei-ghts area. IHe
was a southern Baptist, retired
from the television sales and
service industry and served in the
U.S. Army during World War II.
Mr. Thompson is survived by:
wife of 61 years, Leona Hood
Thompson of Keystone Heights;
sons, Richard Michael Thompson
of Keystone Heights and Timothy
Brian Thompson of Melrose; two
grandsons and one great-
granddaughter.
Funeral services were on
Wednesday, April 16, in the
DeWitt C. Jones Chapel with Dr.
David Rakes conducting the
services. Interment was in
Keystone Heights Cemetery under
the care of Jones-Gallagher
Funeral Home of Keystone
Heights.


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Wash. and Vernon Glisson of
Hawthorne; sister, Emma Perce of
LuLu; brother, David Woodard of
Starke; seven grandchildren; 21
great-grandchildren and three
great-great-grandchildren.
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Glisson, son, Alfred Glisson and
brothers, J.M. Allen, Ira Allen and
Ernest Allen.

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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,
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.
Gaines 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.

Starke to host
Babe Ruth
tourney April
25-27
The Starke Recreation
Department is serving as host
of the Chevy Grand Slam I
tournament, which will be
played April 25-27 at the
Edwards Road Park.
Recreational T-ball, rookie,
minor and major teams will be
competing in this double-
elimination tournament. Entry
fee per team is $125.
The deadline to enter the
tournament is Friday, April 18.
For more information,
please contact Alica
McMillian at (904) 964-6792
or send e-mail to
alicamcmillian@yahoo.com.
In other recreation news:
The grand-opening
ceremony for the new fields at
the Edwards Road Park is
scheduled for Saturday, April
26, at approximately 9 a.m.
Baseball pictures are now
in and may be picked up at the
recreation department.

Starke Rec.
adult softball
meeting is
Monday
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.

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The program assists eligible
households in paying for home
heating and cooling costs.
Clients must meet income
guidelines and provide proof
of income, home ownership,
rental agreement and an energy
obligation.
Applications are available at
the outreach center located in
the industrial park at 1044


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CHEER
Continued from p1 B
made an impression. In fact,
during the Roar tryouts, Reed
was asked a couple of times lto
demonstrate some of the
moves the hopefuls were
trying to learn. She said that
made her feel a little better
about her chances in what was
a bit of an intimidating
situation.
"There were definitely other
very talented dancers there,,"
Reed said. "You try not to
watch them and get
intimidated. You just try to be
confident in yourself and what
you know you can do."
Reed was one of
approximately 180 who tried
out during the first round of
the tryouts. During her drive to
Jacksonville, she thought back
to her days at Bradford High
School.
"I remembered my freshman
year of high school, trying out
for the cheerleading squad,"
Reed said. "Being like a
newbie and a freshman, I was
nervous. Everything turned out
OK. I made it, and I did well,
so I just kept thinking back to
that, trying to relax myself."
The sight that greeted her
eyes upon arrival at the
stadium, though, was almost
enough to make her reconsider
trying out.
"I walked into the stadium
and wanted to turn around and
walk back out," Reed said.
"It's some of the most insanely
gorgeous people you've ever
seen in your life."
Reed and the other hopefuls
went through what she
described as prep classes in
which they learned some of the
routines they would have to
perform. Some people dropped
out after the classes. Those
who decided to stick it out
participated in the preliminary
round of tryouts.
That preliminary round
basically eliminated the people
who couldn't handle the
dancing requirements. Reed
was confident in her abilities
to be able to meet those
requirements, so advancing to
the next round was not a
complete surprise.
Making it past the semifinals
was another story.
"When I made that cut, I
was kind of shocked," Reed
said. "You kind of prepare


Melanie Reed
will be cheering
for the
Jacksonville
Jaguars this
season as a
member of the
Roar. The 2003
Bradford High
School
graduate will
make her first
appearance as
a Roar member
at a draft day
party at the
Jacksonville
Landing on
Saturday, April
26.




yourself not to hear your
name."
Reed participated in the final
round, then drove back to
Starke. She had to make a
phone call to find out if she
made the team or not, but she
did not want to be surrounded
by others when she made that
call. Instead, she went to
Beall's to waste some time
before making the call from
there.
"The first time I called and
they started reading off
numrnbers, I hung up," Reed
said. "I was scared to hear the
numbers.
"1 called back. Whenever 1
heard my number, I jIust kind
of stood there. It just didn't
seem real. It kind of sinks in a
little bit more every day."
Reed is one of eight rookie
members of the 32-member
Roar squad. She remembers
how intimidating the veteran
members of the squad were
when she was going through
tryouts. In fact, Reed had to try
out with two veteran members
(those auditioning did so in
groups of three). She
remembered thinking at the
time the veterans were not
very nice, but that was only
because they, like everyone
else, were intensely focused on
their competition and trying to
successfully make the team.
"Everyone is .iust as nice as
can be." Reed said of her
fellow Roar members.


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public appearances last year
(not every member of the
squad attends every
appearance).
"It's cool, though, because
you kind of get to choose
which ones you want to do,"
Reed said. "Four of them went
to Jamaica (last year). I
could've volunteered fopr
that."
Now that she's a member of
the squad, Reed would love for
one of those appearances to be
in Bradford County.
"I want to get something
going where a group of girls
comes down here and they do
a fundraiser," Reed said.
Whether or not her stint as a
Roar member lasts for more
than one season remains to be
seen. Reed, of course, would
have to go through tryouts
again, but she said she will
wait and see how this year
goes before making her
decision.


Thing is are kind of low-key
right now 'or the Roar, Reed
said, but tile squad will be
busy. Practices during the
season are Tuesday and
Thursday nights and Saturday
mornings. On home game
days, Roar members must be at
the stadium approximately
four to I'ive hours prior to
kickoff. The cheerleaders must
do a run-through of their
performances before having
their hair and make-up done.
"It's going to be an all-day
event," Reed said.
Reed is no stranger to
performing in public, but she
admitted game days at the
stadium ill 'be different from
anything she has experienced
before.
"I've performed pretty much
my whole life, but 1 don't
really think anything's going
to" compare to performing in
front of 60,000 to 70,000
people," Reed said.
Roar responsibilities are not
confined to football games.
Reed said she believes the
squad made approximately 500


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notice that several squad
members have been on the
squad for eight years. One is in
her 12"' year. (The squad has
just instituted a five-year cap
on participation.)
"I look at that and I think,
'Well, they've got to be doing
something right for these girls
to stick around so long".' I
think it's just one of those
things where you play it by
ear," Reed said.
It would be easy for Reed to
talk about how much she
enjoyed the experience of
auditioning since she made the
team, but she said it honestly
would've been memorable
regardless of what happened.
"It was a really fun
experience," she said. "Even
on the long days, you met lots
of neat people. Even if I hadn't
made it, I think would've gone
back and done it all over
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Nicholas Anderson


Man caught
in Bradford
for car-
jacking
A two-county chase and
multiple agency involvement
resulted in the arrest of a
carjacker last week.
Clay deputies were called
April 10 to the Wal-Mart
parking lot on Blanding
Boulevard in Orange Park,
where an elderly woman was
the victim of a carjacking.
The woman was pulled
from her 2004 Honda Pilot by
a man who took her keys,
pushed her to the ground and
jumped. into the vehicle. The
victim attempted to grab the
door handle and may have been
dragged for a short distance as
the vehicle left the area.
Within minutes, the vehicle
was spotted in traffic, but the
suspect refused to stop.
Travelling in excess of 100
mph, the Honda was chased by
law enforcement officers into
Keystone Heights on S.R. 100
into Starke and Bradford
County. The suspect
disobeyed multiple traffic
control devices, including red
lights, speed limit signs and
stop signs. He crashed into
marked patrol vehicles during
the pursuit and finally crashed
in a wooded area off of
Northeast 204th Street, after
deputies shot out a tire on the
Honda, where he was
apprehended.
Thomas Nicholas Anderson,
30, a transient from
Jacksonville, faces multiple
charges from both counties and
all agencies including
aggravated fleeing or eluding at
high speed with disregard for
persons or property, carjacking,
no valid driver's license and
felony battery to a person over
65. Detectives suspect that
Anderson is operating under an
alias and that his real name is
Nathaniel Carswell from North
Carolina. He remains in the
custody of the Bradford County
Jail.
The victim was taken to
Orange Park Medical Center for
treatment of a dislocated
shoulder and abrasions. Her
purse and groceries were
recovered from the crashed
vehicle. Damages to her
vehicle were estimated at
$7,100.


Couple face
drug arrest
A Starke couple were
arrested April 13 at Whispering
Oaks on drug charges
Police stopped a vehicle
driven by a man identified as
Gabriel Jimenez, who does not
have a license, according to
Patrolman David Schlofman.
While questioning the driver,
he gave a package to Corinne
Nicole Mathews, who had
walked outside their Oaks
apartment, Patrolman
Schlofman said. Jimenez then
fled. Officers followed
Mathews inside where she
consented to have the
apartment searched. During the
search, Jimenez was seen going
out the window of the guest
bedroom, according to
Patrolman Paul King.
A search of the apartment
revealed two plastic bags, a
marijuana pipe and 78
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Benning and charged with
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substance. He was also charged
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Mathews was charged with
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substance and obstructiQn of
justice. Bond was set at
$50,000.

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with burglary and grand theft
for incidents that occurred at
Ridgeview Elementary School
and may be connected to local
school thefts.
Brandon Lee Dailey, 22, of
Orange Park, was arrested April
12 by Clay County Sheriffs
Office Deputy D.A. White after
authorities recieved information
that he had attempted to sell a
laptop computer stolen from
Ridgeview Elementary School
on April 10.
Dailey was charged with
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allegedly breaking into
Ridgeview Elementary School
and stealing 15 Dell laptop
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a Cisco wireless router, two
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Two dead
from two
crashes
A Starke woman and a
Melrose man died in two
separate accidents in Bradford
County.
Wanda Kay Arnold, 32, of
Starke died April 13 after she
was thrown from her vehicle.
Arnold, driving a 1999
Chevrolet SUV, was
westbound on S.R. 16 at 2:20
a.m., according to Florida
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Starling. The SUV veered or
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tree. At impact, the SUV
rotated counter-clockwise,
ejecting Arnold, Cpl. Starling
said. Arnold was not using her
seatbelt, Cpl. Starling said.
The investigation continues
pending blood-alcohol level
results, Cpl. Starling said.
Leroy Mitchell Hogg, 78,
of Melrose was dead at the
scene of an April 9 accident on
C.R. 21B, according to FHP
Cpl. D. Bazinet.
Hogg, driving a 1996
Jaguar, was southbound on
C.R. 21B when he attempted a
left turn onto Southeast 58th
Street into the path of a
northbound 2000 GMC
pickup, Cpl. Bazinet said.
Janice Lynn Lott, 54, of
Keystone Heights, a passenger
in the Jaguar, was transported
to Shands in Gainesville for


serious injuries, Cpl.
said.
The driver of the
Joshua Kyle Hyden,
Keystone Heights,
minor injuries, Cpl.
said.


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pickup,
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suffered
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The wreck occurred at 6:32
p.m. Total damages were listed
at $20,000, Cpl. Bazinet said.
Everyone involved in the crash
was wearing seatbelts.
The investigation continues
pending blood-alcohol results.

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Recent
arrests
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Clay or Union
The following individuals
were arrested recently by local
law enforcement officers in
Bradford, Clay (Keystone
Heights area) or Union
County:
Roger Lee Perry, 26, of
Lake Butler was arrested April
19 by Union Deputy Willie
Lee for felony battery. Perry
was charged with striking the
victim in the face during a
confrontation. His injuries
required treatment at the ER,
Deputy Lee said.
Lynn Conner, 30, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
April 11 by Clay for simple
battery domestic and battery on
law enforcement.
Travis Eugene Clark, 18, of
Lake Butler was arrested April
11 by Union Investigator Jerry
Feltner for grand theft of a
firearm. Clark was charged
with stealing a .22 caliber
revolver pistol from a residence
on March 1, Investigator
Feltner said. Clark admitted to
taking the gun and selling it
for approximately $40 worth of
dope, Investigator Feltner said.
Terry Jeffers, 41, of Lawtey
was arrested April 9 by Clay
for criminal mischief.
Timothy Paul Yates, 19, of
Jacksonville ws arrested April
11 by Starke Patrolman Paul
King for possession of
marijuana and possession drug
paraphernalia. Yates was a
passenger of a vehicle stopped
for a cracked tail light. A
strong odor of marijuana was
coming from inside the
vehicle. During a search of the
vehicle two glass marijuana
pipes with residue were found
in the glove box, Patronlman
King said. Marijuana was
found in a plastic bag,
patrolman King said. Yates
was released from custody after
a $2,000 surety bond was
posted
Angela Thomas, 49, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
April 1 1 by Clay for
possession of crack cocaine.
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Starke, were arrested April 12
by Starke Patrolman Mark
Lowery for domestic battery.
The two were charged with
fighting each other, Patrolman
Lowery said. Miller was
released from custody after a
$1,000 surety bond was posted.
Holland remains in custody.
Christopher Stith, 40, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
April 10 by Clay for battery.
Anthony Dwayne French,
45, of Starke was arrested April
7 by Starke Patrolman B.
Smith for resisting an officer
without violence. French was
questioned after police received
a complaint just before
midnight of a suspicious
person. French continued to
give the name of another
person, Patrolman Smith said.
He was later identified and
taken into custody. Bond was
set at $1,000.
Thelma Lee Albritton, 44,
of Starke was arrested April 8
by Starke Sgt. Matt Watson
for possession of drug
paraphernalia. Albritton was
charged after police found her
with a pipe in her hand during
questioning of a complaint of a
fight, Sgt. Watson said. A
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Frederick Mac Hill, 47, of
Cowpens, S.C., was arrested
April 8 by Sgt. Watson for
possession of cannabis. Hill's
vehicle was traffic stopped on
U.S. 301. During questioning,
Hill attempted to kick
something under the vehicle
where the officer found a
plastic bag containing
marijuana. Bond was set at
$1,000.
George Allen McKinney,
22, of Waldo was arrested April
13 by Bradford Sgt. R.W.
White for disorderly
intoxication and resisting
without violence. McKinney
was charged with yelling and
cursing at another individual.
He smelled strongly of an
alcoholic beverage and refused
to comply with orders, Sgt.
White said. The officer used his
Taser, striking McKinney in
the chest, which enabled him
to take him into custody.
Sheila Audrey Crawford,
38, of Lake Butler was arrested
April 12 by Union Deputy
Leslie Crews for possession of
drug paraphernalia. Deputies
executing a violation of
probation warrant at Southwest
151st Court found marijuana
see ARREST p7B








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ARREST
Continued from p6B
residue, hypodermic needles,
measuring spoons and a
substance believed to be
morphine, Deputy Crews said.
Bond on the charges was set at
$1,t000.
Lorna Butler, 38, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
April 1I1 by Clay for
possession of crack cocaine.
Charles Gardner, 18, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
April 10 by Clay deputies on a
warrant for contributing to the
delinquency of a minor.
Tonya Seaman Kmieciak,
42, of Lake Butler was arrested
April 11 by Deputy Crews on
a warrant for failure to. appear
for misdemeanor offense. Bond
was set at $2,500.
Donnie Hugh Crawford, 33,
of Lake Butler was arrested
April 11 by Deputy Crews on
a warrant for missile into
dwelling. Bond was set at
$5,000.
Rebecca Louise Owen, 26,
of Lake Butler was arrested
April 11 by Union Capt. H.M.
Tomlinson on a warrant for
violation of probation. She
was released on her own
recognizance.
Adrian Gregory Bay, 36, of
,'Raiford was arrested April 8 by
Deputy Crews on a-warrant for
failure to appear for felony
offense.
Destiny C. Brown, 32, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
April 8 by BCSO Sergeant
Robert Lyons and charged with
two counts of burglary of a
residence, petty theft,
trespassing and grand theft.
Brown allegedly entered the
porch of a residence in Starke
on April 7 and removed a
stainless steel fryer, two pairs
of boots and two pairs of
shoes. Value of the stolen
property was estimated at
$210.
Brown also allegedly
returned to the residence later
that day, entered the residence
itself and removed $200 from
the victim's wallet, a gold
chain valued at approximately


$1,000, and a gold cross
medallion valued at
approximately $300.

Traffic
Elmer Williams, 49, of
Lawtey was arrested April 12
by Lawtey Lt. Michael Jenkins
for driving while license
suspended or revoked (DWLS)
with knowledge and possession
of drug paraphernalia.
Williams' Chevrolet truck was
traffic stopped on U.S. 301 for
an expired tag. His license is
suspended as well as having no
vehicle registration, Lt.
Jenkins said. During a search
the officer found five Xanax
pills and a metal pipe used for
smoking crack cocaine.
Williams admitted to smoking
crack in the vehicle that
morning, Lt. Jenkins said.
Bond was set at $20,000.
Adam Hall, 25, of Keystone
Heights was arrested April 9 by
Clay deputies on a warrant for
violation of probation DWLS.
Richard Hernandez was
arrested April 11 by Deputy
Crews in the area of Fort Call
Cemetery Road for no valid
driver's license. Hernandez has
never had a license and was
driving a vehicle that was not
registered. He could not give a
date of birth or a place of
residence, Deputy Crews said.
Eric Jason Gunter, 28, of
Starke was arrested April'8 by
Starke Sgt. R.J. Crews for
DWLS habitual. A charge of
introduction of contraband into
the county jail was added after
he allegedly concealed three
packages of Bugler tobacco and
one lighter in the sole of his
shoe while entering the
Bradford County Jail.
Jeremiah Thomas Parrish,
25, of Worthington Springs
and Jim Reeves White, 42, of
Lacrosse were arrested April 11
by Deputy Crews for disorderly
intoxication. Parrish's vehicle
was found at 3:27 a.m. in a
ditch on C.R. 239A. Both men
appeared to be intoxicated and
disorganized, Deputy Crews
said. Parrish was DWLS.

Nothing great was ever
achieved without
enthusiasm
Ralph Waldo Emmerson
****


LETTER
Continued from p2B
constituents? A constituent is
someone who can or does
appoint or elect (and often by
implication can also remove or
recall) another as his agent or
representative.
Representatives and senators
working in Washington lD.C.
have a governmental staffed
district office to aid in
constituents service. Possibly
their staff's are falling short on
their duties, however; it still
falls on whom they represent!
Constituent service is
supposed to be representatives
helping their constituents
handle problems that can be
best and more efficiently
handled by a representative
getting involved! Elected
officials "usually" tend to
believe that responsiveness to
their constituents is their
highest professional
responsibility.
A word to the media, stop
picking and choosing what youl
are or will report. Start doing
your job and investigate what
matters! Citing the constitution
when it's convenien doesn't
cut it! We can make or break
ratings too. Remember that
true journalism is telling the
truth complete with who.
where, how, when and why.
Maura Northiup
Starke


Thank you for
editorial on
home rule
Dear Editor:
The Bradford Committee for
Home Rule would like to
thank you from your editorial
on home rule. It is considered
to be very fair and objective,
as editorials should be.
Even though you tend to
imply that a charter
government is best for large
counties. I can't see the
difference between the size of
the taxpayer regardless of the
size of the county.
The whole purpose of home
rule, as you stated, is to take
control of our business out of
the hands of the Legislature
and put it back whrere it
belongs, in the hands of the
voter and taxpayer.
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a charter go\,crnment are
clearly beneficial to the people
of the county instead of the
central government, whether
its Tallahassee or the
courthouse.
I'ear of the unknown is
probably one of the greatest
fears of all, but to imply that
this falls into that celegory, is
unfair to the reader. The law is
clear and what has been done
with it by other counties is
clear. What can be more clear
than for a citizen to know that
with a charter government he
or she has a greater control of
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Rooster
causes no
harm
Dear Editor:
I am writing to bring
attention to an issue in my
neighborhood that I am
concerned about. A harmless
and beautiful rooster has been
on the loose in the 2"' Street
area for over a year. Although


this is a wild rooster, it only
crows at sunrise each morning,
and otherwise eats bugs that
are a nuisance.
A neighbor in the area has
complained about this act of
nature and has threatened to
shoot it. As I understand it, this
neighbor has contacted the city
and asked them to shoot it.
The funny thing is, this same
neighbor has several dogs they
let out every single morning at
4 a.m. and the dogs bark
continuously until nearly 6
a.m. when they are put back
inside. This is a nuisance, yet
they want to shoot a rooster
who only crows at sunrise and
doesn't cause any harm? I
should hope that the ordinance
against loose fowls does not
give city employees the right
to shoot a harmless animal, but
if deemed necessary, find an
appropriate home for it.
Patty Ozimok
Lake Butler

"I find that the harder I
work, the more luck I
seem to have."
Thomas Jefferson
(1743-1826)
****


Why does
widow need a
permit for

yard sale?
I have a friend who recently
lost her husband in an
automobile accident. She
asked me if she could have a
yard sale at my home due to
the location as she lives in a
rural area and doesn't have the
traffic.
Her husband has served in
the U.S. Army since 1981 and
was in the reserves at the time
of his death. She is disabled
and has no income. She has
applied for several institutions
for assistance until his life
insurance comes in. She was
just trying to raise enough
money to keep her utilities on
and a little food on the table.
Now it is a pretty sad world
we live in when we can't have
a cross where we want one, or
say "One Nation Under God."
I thought we had freedom of
religion.
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BY ARNIE HARRIS
T'el'egralphi Staff I riter
Pastor Mike Moore of First
United Methodist Church has
oood reason to believe the
truth of the popular saying that
'the Lord moves in mysterious
\\ays's. he said.
Moore said that in his life he
experienced situations that
seemed to divert him from his
original path. toward that of
his calling to become a
minister to the faithful.
As a star high school
football player at Englewood
High School in Jacksonville,
he was being courted by
several top colleges wanting to
sign him for an athletic
scholarship.
In his senior year in 1971,
middle linebacker Moore
received a career-ending knee
injury in a crucial game
against his school's rival,
Wolfson High School.
"Had it not been for that, my
life probably would have taken
a far different course." mused
Moore.
Moore, who was born and
raised in Jacksonville, said that
if it weren't for his high school
sweetheart, Debbie (later to be
his wife of 35 years), he might
have had a very difficult time
dealing with this disappointing
turn his life had taken.
A major role Debbie first
played in his life, he said, was
that she first led him to
become seriously involved in
religion. She introduced him to
her church, Swain Memorial
Methodist Church in
Jacksonville, where they
attended regularly.
Moore said they were
married at the church and the
pastor performed a beautiful,
inspiring ceremony. However,
afterward. said Moore, he
bluntly told the couple that
they would have to pay a tithe
in order to stay in the
congregation.
"He would not listen when I
told him that we could not
afford to pay the tithe at that
time in our lives," said Moore.
That incident caused the
couple to turn their back on the
church for 20 years, Moore
said.
Moore established his own
carpentry business, Moore
Products, and Debbie split her
time between bringing up the
couple's two children, and
being vice president of the
business.
The next twist of fate that
Moore said eventually led him
to the ministry was when his
father, Norman, a sales
representative, passed away in
1991.
Due to the absence of a
pastor at Swain Memorial
Methodist at the time, a
Presbyterian minister was
provided to conduct his
father's funeral.
Moore said he was so moved
and inspired by this pastor's
graveside service that he
decided then and there to come
back to the fold.
He spoke of how the
swaying back and forth of the
pastor's stole seemed to be
symbolically beckoning him to
come back to the church.
"I was also moved by the
fact that so many members
from Swain Memorial, the
church I had left, were in
attendance at the funeral,"
Moore said.
However, Moore said that
when went to visit the
Presbyterian minister in regard
to joining his church, he found
a far different man than the
one who had so inspired him at
the funeral service.
"He was curt, cold and acted
like he had no time for me.
This happened two weeks in a
row," said Moore. He said that
at just the time he was going to



MORE
Continued from p7B
We are taxed on the money
we make, then taxed on what
we buy and re-taxed on what
we save. We are taxed to
death.
Now we had a yard sale to
help her out. So did my
neighbor across the street.
Saturday morning we had an
officer deliver a notice (Sec.
26-67) we cannot have a yard
sale without a permit, or put


signs out, and the city must
come out and inspect what is
being sold.
Now personally I have had
several yard sales and so have
thousands of others in Starke
and other towns. This is- the
first time I or anyone else have
heard of this.
I thought we lived in the
United States not a foreign
country.
Cathv Warren
Starke


Mike Moore


turn his back on the church
again, Dr. Charles Leaver
from his original church,
Swain Methodist, came to him
at his business to pray with
him over a medical test Moore
was about to have.
"I must say, as a pastor, that
God used the unsympathetic
Presbyterian minister to lead
me back to Swain Memorial
Methodist Church where
Pastor Leaver was preaching
on the prodigal son, and I felt
he was talking about me,"
Moore said.
Moore described the process
as another example of the
roundabout, mysterious means,
by which God leads people to
their spiritual path in life.
"l, like the prodigal son, had
wandered off to foreign lands,
but now I was back home,"
said Moore.
He sold his carpentry
business and turned his time
and full attention to serving the
church.
With Dr. Leaver's guidance,


Moore follows course charted by God into ministry
I I I- -AA -.4 1, - -4 h i


the next 36 hours he had to
suffer in agony because the
doctors could not give him
pain medication. The reason
was that it would seriously
conflict with medication he
was taking for his heart
condition.
In retrospect, Moore said
that he sees the episode as
another way God reinforced
his faith and further prepared
him for his new ministry.
"The outpouring of love and
prayer, and the visits I received
during my ordeal and 50-day
convalescence were deeply
moving and had a profound
effect on me," Moore said.


Moore said he began attending
seminary school. lie was first
assigned as a pastor to Good
Shephard United Methodist
Church in Jacksonville.
"The church at the time had
only 19 parishioners and was
about to close down," Moore
said.
That was a situation that
was immediately reversed, said
Moore, who worked along
with the remaining
parishioners and the
community to revitalize the
church.
The result, Moore said, was
that not only was the church
resuscitated, but began to
gradually flourish until it had
70 members within six
months, and numbered about
150 members within a year of
his assuming the pulpit. It
continued to grow during his
12 years there.
The circumstances revolving
around his coming to First
United Methodist Church,
involved a couple more of
those "mysterious" events.
Six months before he was
appointed to the Starke church,
Moore said he had driving
through Starke with Debbie on
their way back to Jacksonville.
After eating lunch in town,
they walked around a bit and
saw FUMC.
"1 told Debbie that I'd love
to be pastor at that church,
with no idea that that would
become a reality a half a year
later," Moore said.
Then, while on a camping
trip right before he was to
make the transition, he fell out
of a moving camper and
suffered a shoulder separation
and a broken arm. Serious
enough as the injury was,
Moore said he nearly died at
the scene when his blood
pressure fell to an alarming
low figure.
His blood pressure was
eventually stabilized, but for


Asked about his new
ministry at FUMC, Moore
was unrestrained in his
expressions of love for the city
of Starke and its people.
"What a great, good people"
said Moore. "The church is
going to grow and be even
better."
The couple have two
children: a son Jason, 29, who
is employed with AT&T and a
daughter, Gentry, 26, who
works for the Northeast
District Office of the UMC
along with her mom.
They also have two
grandchildren, Taylor, 7 and
and Abbie, 2.


Tourism

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holding

meeting
There will be a regular
monthly meeting of the
Original Florida Tourism
Taskforce on Thursday, April
17, at 10 a.m. The meeting will
be held in Suwannee at the
community center, which is
100 yards from the end of'
Hwy. 349 on the left, across
from Salt Creek Restaurant.
This meeting is being held
in Dixie County and sponsored
by Pure Water Wilderness, the
eco-tourism board for Dixie,
Levy and Gilchrist counties.
For more information
contact Jayne M. Moraski,
director of economic
development, at (352) 955-
2200, ext. 106, or e-mail
moraski@ncfrpc.org.


e aciUc Ue that, as3 v ILt sis
travails after having his dreams
of a football career dashed as a
teenager, Debbie was with him
around the clock helping to
nurse him back to health.
Besides his ministry, Moore
said he serves on the District
Board of Ordained Ministry
and on the conference board.
He also serves as chair of
Local Pastors for the Florida
Conference.
Meanwhile, Moore said that
Debbie is the business
administrator for the Northeast
District Office of the United
Methodist Church, "and the
administrator for the district
superintendent of the FUMC.


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yearbook as soon as possible.
The cost is $80 through April.
On Friday, May 1, the price
increases to $90.
There are three ways: to
purchase a yearbook. Students
can bring cash, check or
money order to Christie Torode
in the Media Center at BHS.
Books may be purchased on-
line by credit card at
www.yearbookordercenter. ,
com. The job number is
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toll free (866) 750-1367 and
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During the nine weeks of
training the soldier received
training in drill and
ceremonies, weapons, map
reading, tactics, military
courtesy, military justice,
physical fitness, first aid, army
history, core values and
traditions. Additional training
included development of basic
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experiencing use of various
weapons and weapons
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Richard Ables, both of
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Features and Sports

Section C: Thursday, April 17, 2008 Telegraph Times Monitor




Bradford students earn trip to national toy contest


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Te/cigraph S/taf "'rit'r
'Six Bradford County
children have come up with
the idea for a card game that
requires its participants to tell
stories based upon the cards
they draw, but those same
children have a pretty good
story to tell without the use of
cards.
For the second year in a row,
a group of Bradford County
'fifth-graders has qualified for
the Sally Ride Science Toy
Challenge Nationals. Hampton
Elementary students Dana
Carney, Kelsey Gates, Kristie
Gates and Treavor Gilliam,
and Southside Elementary
students Thomas Hales and
Sarah Samons will make a trip
to the United States Patent and
Trademark Office in
Arlington, Va., on May 17 to
present their card game-Story
Busters-at the East National.
Southside teacher Lilly
Chappell, who works with the
students as part of the county's
gifted program, said the
students possessed a sense of
confidence about their chances
to design a toy that would earn
them a trip to nationals.
However, the students were
dealt a blow late in the game
when they discovered a patent
had been filed on a toy that
was similar to the one they,
were working on. All entries
must be original concepts.
"We were really upset for a
while," Kristie Gates said.
Chappell told the students
they had two options: come up
with another idea or drop the
project entirely. The students
chose the former and came tup
with an idea in approximately
30 minutes, Chappell said.
It was Kelsey Gates who hit
upon the idea of creating some
kind of card game. As she
modestly put it, "I was just
thinking of different things."
It was a good enough of an
idea, though, that the other
students began chipping in
with their own ideas.
"It has just been very
impressive to watch them
work," Chappell said.
Because of the setback-
though only temporary-
Chappell admitted she worried
about having to break the news
to the children that their idea
was not accepted into the
national competition. She did
not Want to, as she put it,
"break six little hearts." So you
could not blame Chappell if
she became a little worried
when the notification deadline
of March 14 came and went.
She never heard any news
from the Sally Ride
Foundation, so she sent a
follow-up e-mail.
As it turned out, so many,
quality entries had been
received for consideration that
a second round of judging was
added to pare down the
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Bradford County students Thomas Hales, Sarah
Samons, Kelsey Gates, Kristie Gates, Dana Carney and
Treavor Gilliam qualified for the Sally Ride Science Toy


Busters submission was still
being considered,
Chappell finally heard word
on March 18 at approximately
7:30 p.m. that .the children's
idea had qualified for
nationals.
"I spent the rest of the
evening on the phone with (the
children)," Chappell said.
Though Chappell said the
children have been positive
about their chances throughout
the process, they admitted
recently they were surprised


they qualified for nationals.
Well, all but one admitted as
much.
"When I looked at what won
last year, I wasn't very
surprised," Hales said.
Story Busters. is a game the
children have described as
being for ages 6-100. It
involves players attempting to
get cards in five different
categories- theme, setting,
prop, plot and character-and
then telling a story' utilizing
those cards.


The judge, though noting
some fine-tuning the children
would need to address prior to
nationals, was impressed with
the idea.
"This is an excellent family
game," the judge-wrote. "It
takes a lot of creativity, but it
is not too challenging, so
everyone can play. It is a
simple, brilliant idea."
The children will now have
to have a prototype of their
card game completed. They
See TOY, p. 3C


Challenge nationals with their game Story Busters.
This is the second straight year a group from Bradford
has qualified.


Samons explained that every
player gets five cards. Cards
may be discarded, but must be
replaced so that players
maintain five in their hands at
all times.
Kristie Gates said when a
player gets a card in each of
the categories, he or she is
ready' to ring the bell when his
or her turn comes around and
tell a story. Gilliam added that
players have approximately
two minutes to tell their


stories. Successfully doing so
earns players a chip.
Chappell received an e-mail
that contained a judge's
feedback on the Story Busters
idea. The judge commented on
the detailed explanation of
what every child contributed to
the game's creation, meeting
the teamwork criteria set forth
by Sally Ride Science. The
students did a good job, of
divvying up the various tasks
that went into creating the
game, Chappell said.


Thomas Hales pays
close attention to detail
as he paints the chips
that will be used as part
of the students' game.


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Beast Feast will help Rotary continue scholarships


BY MARCIA MILLER
Telegrap/ Staff Writer
Two lucky Bradford County
students may soon be attending
Santa Fe Community College
each year for many \ears to
come, compliments of the
Starke Rotar\ Club.
Rotary has been working on
a campaign to endow a two-
yeir scholarship, with one ne\\
scholarship being awarded
each year. Raising the funds
to endow the scholarships is
an ongoing project and the
Beast Feast held April 5 will
contribute to that goal.
A total amount for funds
raised was not available as
of press time, but the event
went well, said Rotary
representatives on Saturday.
Funds came in from ticket sales
for the "beastly" meal, from a
silent auction, a live auction.
and a rifle giveaway.
The meal included antelope
stew, fried quail, venison chili,
venison sausage, jambalaya,
roast pig, crawfish and more
traditional favorites like fried
catfish, pulled pork, barbecue
ribs, barbecue chicken, fried
corn, green beans, potato salad
and much more.
Homemade desserts rounded
out the offerings and there was
plenty of everything to provide
for seconds (or thirds).
Silent auction offerings
included a range of items like
a free weekend at the Hampton
Lake Bed and Breakfast,
Starke Golf and Country Club
memberships, a full set of tires,
decorative stained glass pieces,
jewelry items, free facials and
makeovers, decorative framed
photographs, designer purses,
area rugs,, free legal services, a
Gator gift basket and a signed
football from former Seminole
Charlie Ward.
Live auction items included
a high-quality horse saddle
with all the accoutrements. A
Rotarian purchased that for
$400. An original piece of
artwork in an ancient style was
,sold for $200. A week-long
stay in a condo in Gatlinburg at
a mountaintop golf resort went
for $700 as Rotarian George


man in charge of organizing
the menu for the event, much
of the food was also donated.
That meant that almost all
of the money raised by the
Beast Feast will go into the
scholarship fund. Very little
will be spent on reimbursing
expenses related to the event,
said Kerce.
During each school
year, Rotary plans to: pay
approximately $1,600 in tuition


for a Bradford student to attend
Santa Fe as a new student. The
club also plans to pay another
$1,600 in tuition each year for
the previous year's scholarship
winner to complete SFCC's
two-year program of study.
Rotary has been raising the
funds each year for those awards.
Now the club is attempting to
raise a large enoungh sum to
See BEAST, p. 3C


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on the buffet table. Included in the fare were antelope chili, venison sausage,
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The Bradford 4-H Shooting Sports Club participated in the statewide
shotgun event in March in Polk County. Placing first in the intermediate
overall team category were (1-r) Andrew Eaves, Paige Eaves, Wyatt
Bennett and Kenneth "Doot" Brown..Second-place senior team was
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Andrew Eaves earned first place in the intermediate overall division and
Wyatt Bennett took fourth place.


TOY
Continued from page 1C

will display it at the nationals
and explain their game to
judges while answering any
questions about their game.
"It feels awesome to actually
be able to go to nationals,"
Gilliam said.
Added Kelsey Gates: "I'm
just happy we can fly there
because I've never flown
before."
The trip will cost
approximately $600 per child.
The children are currently
seeking donations to help them
make this trip. If anyone is
interested in helping out or
learning more about the
children's project, please call
Chappel! at Southside
Elementary School at (904)
966-6061.


KH baseball
team records
big shutout of
district foe
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Two pitchers combined to
allow just on hit, while the
Keystone Heights baseball
team's offense produced 11
runs in the fourth and fifth
innings en route to defeating
District 6-3A opponent Pierson
Taylor 12-0 in five innings on
April 11 in Keystone.
Starting pitcher Andrew
Secules (6-1) earned the win
for the Indians, who improved
to 15-6 on the season. Kyle
Cravey. made a relief
appearance in the fifth.
Offensively, Clayton Mosley
homered and drove in five
runs. That was one of five
extra-base hits on the night for'
Keystone, which got two
doubles from Colton Crews,
one double from Robbie
Latner and one triple from
Scott O'Steen.
Mosley finished the game 3-
for-4, while Crews and Brett
Anderson were each 2-for-3.
Secules was 2-for-2.
It was just a 1-0 game after
three innings, but Keystone
plated six runs in the fourth
and another five in the fifth.
The Indians are scheduled to
host Clay tonight, April 17, at
7 p.m. Afterward, Keystone
vill turn its focus to the
District 6 tournament, which is
being hosted by Crescent City
High School.


Southside Elementary School teacher Lilly Chappell
(far right) confers with students Dana Carney and
Sarah Samons as they prepare to paint the box that
will contain their game.


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Monday, April 21, when fourth
seed Pierson Taylor plays fifth
seed Crescent City at 7 p.m.
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BEAST
Continued from page 2C
endow the scholarships.
In order to raise enough
money so that interest on the
account will pay the cost of the
two scholarships each year, a
total of $80,000 must be
deposited. The state will match
funds raised for scholarship
purposes, however, said Mike
Curry of the SFCC
Endowment Corporation.
Because of the state match,.
Starke Rotary only needs about


$14,000 to go with the money
the club has already raised, he
said.
"A goal of our club has
always been to assist kids
graduating from Bradford
High School who want to go to
college," said, Rotary president
Darrell O'Neal. "Especially
those kids who don't have the
means to attend college on
their own. Our dream is to help
them reach their dream of
going to college."

Curry said Rotary has been
raising funds to provide
scholarships to SFCC for many
years. Meeting the goal of the
endowment will mean that the
scholarships can be provided
to students without the need
for the club to raise the funds
for each individual scholarship
every year. The interest on the
endowment will provide for
the scholarships.
Curry said some 40 SFCC
scholarships were provided to
Bradford students last year
through various programs, like
Rotary's scholarship funds.


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15 individuals,
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BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Sta/,i ll'riter
Union County captured six
championships at the District
3-Class 2A track and field
championships, which were
held April 9 at Bradford High
School in Starke.
Girls' team member
Cameron Lee, who won-one of
those championships, earned
the right to compete in a total
of four events at the regional
finals. The top four finishers in
each event at the district meet
earned the right to advance.
Union will be represented by
11 individuals and four relay
teams at the regional finals.
Lee won the high jump by
clearing 4'10", while Union's
Bryan Holmes won the event
on the boys' side by clearing
6'0".
Lee and Holmes were each
involved in another district
championship by helping their
respective teams win the
4x l00m relay. The girls' team,
which was composed of Lee,
Courtney Klein, Lashae
Mitchell and Ashli Watkins,
posted a time of 51.55
seconds, while the boys' team,
composed of Holmes, Deven
Perry, Shandale Lee and
Najeeb Smith, had a time of
42.86 seconds.
Santa Fe was right on
Union's heels in the girls' race,
finishing with a time of 51.74
seconds, while the Tigers
edged out Bradford, which had
a time of 43.01 seconds, in the
boys' race.
Boys' team member Smith,
like Holmes, won an
individual championship as
well. Smith crossed the line
ahead of the pack in the 200m
with a time of 22.53 seconds,
edging out Baker County's
Harold Moore, who had a time
of 22.75 seconds.
James Shupe was
responsible for the Tigers'
other championship, winning
the 1600m with a time of
5:14.49. Bradford's Justin
Clem was second at 5:16.60.
Shupe, Chris Alexander,
'Delmonte Givens and SJ.
Simmons teamed up to finish
as runner-up in the 4x800m
relay with a time of 9:08.14.
Suwannee won the event with
a time of 9:00.31.
The Tigers earned nine
third-place finishes, including
- two- by-Cameron Lee in the
100m (12.92) and 200m
(26.91). Other 'third-place
finishes were earned by


Bradford's Jennifer Smyth (left) and Union County's Cameron Lee compete in the
100m. Smyth won the event, while Lee placed third.


Alexander in the 800m
(2:14.72), Shupe in the 3200mn
(12:18.35), Smith in the 100m
(11.07), Joseph Kinsler in the
400m (53.24), Dajuan Paige in
the long jump (19'5.25"), Holli
Barnett in the shot put
(30'2.5") and Shaniece
Huggins in the 400in
(1:06.90).
Mitchell earned another
regional berth for the girls'
team by placing fourth in the
high jump (4'4"). The boys'
team will also be represented
by Holmes in the 100m (11.33)
and Shamari Holland in the
300m hurdles (44.02).
Justin Tyson was one spot
shy of a regional berth, placing
fifth in the long jump with a
distance of 18' 11.5".
Klein earned a pair of sixth-
place finishes for the girls'
team in the long jump (13'8")
and 200m (28.84). Watkins
placed sixth in the girls' 100m
(13.54), while Holland was
sixth in the boys' II 0mO
hurdles (18.53).
Holland earned another top-
10 finish by placing seventh in
the high jump (5'6").
Girls' team member Barnett
also competed in the discus


Najeeb Smith claimed a
championship for Union
County in the 200m.
(53'7") and 200m (29.50).
Watkins posted a time of 27.69


in the 200m preliminaries.
Andres Estrada competed in
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seconds.
The Tigers compiled 108
points to finish third in the
boys' team standings.
Suwannee claimed the overall
district championship with 149
points, while Hamilton County
was ruttnner-up with I14 points.
In lthie girls' standings,
Union placed fourth with 58
points--one point behind
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Smyth, Moore
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Telegraph Staff Writer
Jennifer Smyth and Markael
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championships for Bradford at
the District 3-Class 2A track
and field finals in Starke on
April 9.
Eight individuals and one
relay team earned a total of 15
berths for Bradford in this
week's regional finals. The top
four finishers in each event at
the district meet earned the
right to advance.
Smyth will compete in four
regional events. She won the
district championship in the
long jump and 100m and 200m
clashes, while finishing as
runner-up in the triple jump.
In the long jump, Smyth
took first with a distance of
17'8". Suwannee's Jasmine
Jefferson was second with a
jump of 15'4".
Smyth battled it out with
Suwannee's Alexis Carwise in
the sprints. Smyth won the
100m with a time of 12.55
seconds, while Carwise had a
time of 12.64 seconds. In the
200m, Smyth had a time of
26.44 seconds, while Carwise
had a time of 26.73 seconds.
Suwannee's Jefferson
defeated Smyth in the triple
jump. Smyth finished with a
jump of 34'2" to narrowly
finish behind Jefferson, who
had a jump of 34'4".
Markael Moore won the
championship in the 300m
hurdles with a time of 41.75
seconds. That placed him
ahead of Suwannee's Alex
Woodson, who had a time of
42.87 seconds.
Moore's brother Malcolm
Moore earned the runner-up
spot in the 400m with a time of


Bradford's Rob Harris
was the district runner-
up in the 100m and
placed third in the
200m.

52.51 seconds. Santa Fe's
Octavius Merricks won the
event with a time of 51.32
seconds.
In all, Bradford took second
in five events. Joining Moore
and Smyth as runners-up were
Rob Harris, Justin Clem and
the boys' 4xl00m relay team.
Harris posted a time of 11
seconds in the 100m to finish
behind Baker County's Harold
Moore (10.99), while Clem's
time of 5:16.60 in the 1600m
left him trailing only Union
County's James Shupe
(5:14.49).
The boys' 4xl00m relay
team was in the lead as Harris
was out ahead of everybody
during the third leg of the race,
but the Tornadoes were chased
down in the end by Najeeb
Smith of Union County
Bradford's team of Harris,

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68k on sale fpr $8450 out
the door, Zero fees added!
See pics & get a map at
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call 904-214-9357
1989 MERCURY GRAND
MARQUIS looks good,
runs good, A/C works
Asking $1,000, call 904-
964-8735
FOR SALE 97 Chevy Ta-
hoe LT, 185K miles,
oil changed every three
thousand miles, rou-


tine maintenance always
done Very dependable,
must sell. $4700.00 OBO
Call 352-25,8-3898 and
leave message.
43 RV's and Camp-
ers
'94 COACHMAN CATA-
LINA LITE 5TH WHEEL
23' long, garage kept.
clean, excellent condition.
$5,500, call 904-782-3272
or 904-509-4583.
85 RV MOTORHOME 27'
GMC 50K miles, runs
good, $3,700 Call
(904)769-6020.
1987 FLEETWOOD
SOUTHWIND 27' clean,
runs great, new floor and
upholstrey, $5,900. Call
352-317-7546.
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
MIDDLEBURG/KEY-
STONE/PUTNAM Lots
for sale, 1/3 acre and
up, low down. Owner


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financing available. Call
1-800-616-8373.
1.75 ACRES, BEAUTIFUL
HIGH AND DRY PAS-
TURE LAND. Mobile
homes and horses al-
lowed. Asking $29,900
Call 904-422-0470 (own-
er/agent).
OWNER FINANCE -
STARKE/LAKE BUTLER
AREA 1 1/2 acres to 4
acre lots with pond and
river. Granddaddy oaks
and rolling hills. Call 386-
496-0683 or 352-284-
7608.
ACREAGE AND FARMS
140 ACRES. 1 mile road
frontage. $6K/acre. Call
904-259-8028.
ONE ACRE WITH 28X80
4/2 MOBILE HOME, like
new. Financing available.
4 miles from Starke, call
386-496-1146,
BLAKELY GA 26+ Acres, 3
miles from Kolomoki State
Park. Ideal for home site
& hunting. With creek
frontage Planted Pines
& Hardwoods. Wildlife
in abundance, serious
inquiries only. $75,000
Call 229-308-2890 or
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47 Commercial
Property(Rent,
Sale, or Lease)

ONE STORE IN HEART
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. Ideal for
medical, legal, account-
ing or business offices.
$350 including utilities
and taxes, or all 4 offices
for $290 each plus utilities
and taxes Call 352-275-
8531 today for a walk
through.
COMMERCIAL OFFICES
for lease in Starke, across


from Courthouse on 301,
perfect for Attorney, CPA,
Title Company. Appraisal,
etc. Call Matt at 904-966-
0001.
48 Homes for
Sale
STARKE 3/1, $122,500
NICELY RENOVATED,
corner lot, $4K rebate.
Credit problem ok. R;
Austin Realty, 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 from Starke on Hwy
100, 134th St $184,000,
financing possible with
approved credit Call John.
at 904-964-6305 ,-
2 BED 1 BATH, 29 gage
metal roof, new electri--,
cal wiring, plumbing, AC.


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Hometown First Realty Inc.
904-449-3938


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2 BR, Treed Lot, New Wall
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$455.00 per month
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titni, Tl onida Powel and
I iglht utilities, 2 milos N,
oi Staiko on 301, $85K.
Pii tceedtice\d, 0make oflor
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and Country Club at
15927 NE 15th Ave Call
90-1-263-8004,
HANDYMAN SPECIAL
3BR/1BA, 684 Epperson
St Stake, $55,500 Call
352-745-0039,
HANDYMAN SPECIAL
2BR /1BA 696 Epperson
St Starke, $49,500 Call
352-745-0039.

49 Mobile Homes
for Sale
ONEACREWITH2BR 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.
NEVER BEFORE TITLED
4/2 Will deliver and set
Lip for free. only $39.900.
Call 904-783-4619
BRADFORD COUNTY 4/2
ON YOUR LAND Only
S358ilthL call 904-783-
4619
NEW 2008' LOT MODiEL,
1800 sq ft 3BR/2BA, up-
grmaded kitchen package,
master bedroom retreat
sliding glass door with
furniture & decor, setup
& delivery, A/C, skirting,
steps $66,400 Call Larry
at 904-259-1100
"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-
ture and decor. $49,900,
904-259-8028.
FOR SALE BY OWNER 2
years new. 4Br/2Ba, 2200
SO foot mobile home on
1 acre with stocked fish


ponil and new 12 x 2.1
uitylh buildiltl I IWY NW
125 awtoy, $135,000.
Won't lIast loiq, call Davo
at 90.1-403 10686
I ACHEll Wll II '0)1 0, :8X60
3/2 MOBIL II IOME .Like
new with well and septic.
Financing available In
Union County. $74K, call
386-496- 1146
ONE ACRE WIITIH MH 2BR
6860 NW 204th Terrace.
Call 904-782-3626.

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 10o 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,
stores, downtown shop-
ping, theatre, and more!
See Manager at the Mag-
nolia Hotel, across from
the Starke Post Office.
904-964-4303.

WE HAVE 2 OR 3 bedroom
MH, clean, close to prison,
Call 352-468-1323.
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.hiddenoaksmnc.
coin
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-


diy facility & playgioundt
Wailr, soweor & galbage
provided IEqual I 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-
denoaksinhc corn
2/1 GARAGE APARTMENT
PriVte, lbutin town $450,
lslst, last, deposit, lease
Call 90-1-96.13579

$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.
CALLSUSAN FAULKNER
O'NEAL, 352-745-1212,
owner/agent.
SINGLEWIDE MOBILE
HOME, 2/2, $600/MTH.
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.


BllG LAKE SAN IA tE cozy
2BR furnished iparltment
120 tool pier with covoeod
fishing and picnic deck,
aw inspiring sunsets
First, Last plus security
$700 per month includes
electric. Call 352-745-
5832.

2BR/2BA TRAILER excel-
lent condition, 4 miles
from down town. Call
850-258-4128. $500 per
month.
3/2 DOUBLEWIDE ON 1
ACRE CH/A, fireplace,
quiet area. $650/mth plus
deposit. Call 352-468-
3221.

MELROSE 2BR/1.5BA in
very quiet and clean MH
community. Nice, open
layout, recently renno-
vated, new flooring and
paint. $475 per month,
$300 deposit. Clean crimi-
nal history required. Call
352-475-6285
FOR RENT 4BR unfurnished
house, AC, gas heat. 1
bedroom detached un-
furnished mother in law
apartment, $1000 per
month lease with security.
Call 904-964-6305.
STARKE 3BR/1.5BA single
wide MH, $475 per month
plus deposil. Call 352-
235-6319.
3BR/2BA WITH GARAGE


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Fax: 386-497-1452


31 IHodginrav, nowly Ie,-
modeled, $;850 pet month,
call 904-964-80/3
FOR RENI Lookingl Ior
a Hurial Retreat to call
home?T Iwo bedroom mo-
bile, high on a hill with a
great lake view. Applianc-
es are all upgrades and
more to tell. Keystone
Heights. $700 per month
$700 security deposit.
Long term lease, Credit
Report Required 352-
473-1025
52 Animals and
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 iAGS -
DOG TAGS' Buy them iat
the Office Shop in Slarko
on Call St Only $.1 75.
Incldinql pLt ostl) Mainv
colors, shapes and styles
to choose from. Call
904-964-5764 for more
information.


NEED A VAN?


ONLY 46,000 Miles... Very Clean!
*New Tires *Ladder Rack
*AM-FM-CD *Cruise Control
*Front & Rear COLD A/C
Great for church, school, or take the
seats out for a work van!


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1997 CHEVROLET SILVERADO X-CAB W/3RD DOOR V8 Vortec Engine, Automatic,
One Senior Owner Since New, Power Everything, 131k Miles, New Tires, Tune-up, etc,
Complete Service Records Since New. $16 5 O O
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I'I K-A-POO FE-MALE with
papers, and shots up to
date done at Fown and
Country $400 OBO Call
904-312-1158,
FREE KITTENS Pick of 3
litters, different colors, call
904-964-6903.
53 A Starke Yard
Sales
FRI & SAT, 8am til 2 pm, near
Grace Baptist Church
on Griffis Loop. Look for
signs. TV.s, household,
baby stuff.
Garage Sale/Open House
Saturday, 4-19, 10 am- _
pm, 601 W Call Street
AMERICAN LEGION AUX-
ILIARY yard sale. April 18
& 19, from 8am til 2pm.
709 W. Edwards Road.
CAWTEY YARD SALE Sat
only, 4-19, N. of Law-
tey, 125 E, follow signs.
8am til ? close to family
kitchen.
YARD SALE SAT April 19,
7am I l 11am Furniture,
size 6 new wormens
shoes, other misc. 1002
Geiger Road Call 904-
964-8424.


1/1 APARTMENT, COMPLETELY

RENOVATED. 226 S Thompson ST.

near downtown, $400/ mth plus utilities, t y

plus deposit. Call Mr, Corbin at FUNDING-MORTGAGE CORP.P

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Smith & Smith Realty
Sheila Daugherty,
Realter
(904) 964-6708 or
(352) 235-1131 cell
(904) 964-9222 office
*4BRPt..O H, Pool, Tool Sheds &
P ,'i 3 acres. Bring Horses.
$140,000 MLS#409043
*3BR/IBAon Orange Street, Hardwood FIs.
Floors & Above-ground Pool.
Reduced $106,000 MLS #421161
* 1 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
MItS #424653
*2 Wooded Acres Just Off Griffis Loop
$32,000 MLS #420759
*49.87 Acres Wooded, Marketable Timber
$ Reduced $423,895 MLS #323147
* 10 acres outside of Hampton. Wooded
Homes or Mobile Homes.
Reduced $99,000 MLS #323204
Logonto eatyeb'ettosephts


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2007 ISUZU 1-290 EXT CAB 4 doors, Auto, A/C, Tilt, Cruise, CD Player, 2.9L Vortec
Engine with only 5,200 miles. One senior owner (now deceased).








Sprayed in Bedliner and other dealer installed amenities. 13 9 0
Plenty of warranty left. Wholesaling at...


LAWTEY-GIGANTIC YARD
SALE rain or shine! Lots
of new items & jewelry.
Something for every-
body. $1 bag specials on
clothes & toys. Fri & Sat
8am til 2pm. 5881 NW CR
125, Lawtey.
BIG YARD SALE Fri. April
18th & Sat. April 19th,
8am til ? Tools; knives,
Trampoline, household,
and a little bit of every-
thing. 818 Parkwood PI.
off of Pratt Street.
GARAGE SALE lots of
tools, gas stove, furniture,
clothes plus sizes, new
its for you and pets. 50
cents and up, much, much
more. Go 16 east turn left
on 19 Ave., take a right,
1 st left past Laura Baptist,
Sat. 19th 8am til 3pm. Call
904-964-5876.
53 B Keystone
Yard Sales
SATURDAY 8AM TIL 2PM.
Baby & children's items,
small furniture, appli-
ances, clothing, etc. Multi
family. Postponed if rain.
426 SE 28 Loop. Geneva
Lake Estates.
FRIDAY APRIL 18, 8am to
3pm. Sat, April 19, 8 am
til noon. 280 Berea Ave,
in Keystone Heights.


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


BOOKS, CLOTHES differ-
ent sizes, baby things,
and knick knacks, col-
lectables, new small mini
motorcylce, less than
three hours use. 7670 El
Dorado Dr. April 17, 18,
19, 8am til 4pm, April 20,
11 am til 4pm.
FRI 4/18 ONLY. Toro electric
riding lawn mower, twin
size bed, clothes and
misc. 500 Jasmine.
COLLECTIBLES, PROM
DRESSES costume jew-
elry, household items,


DVD's and tapes Follow
signs on SR 21 to Gasline
Drive Sat. April 19. 9am
unit ? 6260 Little Lake
Geneva Road,
53 C Lake Butler
Yard Sales
SATURDAY APRIL 19, 3
miles S. of Lake Butler on
SR 121, look for signs.
55 Wanted
WANTED DISH NET-
WORK RECEIVERS. Will
pay cash and will pick up.
Call 352-284-8140.


* 3/2 Home on Little Lake Geneva $950/
month & Security. (CR-49)
* 3/2 Two story home in Keystone Golf &
Country Club $1,100/month & Security.
* 3/2 Home on Lakawana $1,200/month &
Security.
* 2/1 Apt. Lake Geneva. $650/month &
Security.
* 2/1 in Triplex, Clay County, Lake Access.
$600/month & security.
* Commercial Building in Keystone Heights
on SR-21. $900/month & security. (R-41)
* 3/2 Home in Ashley Lake Plantation. $950/
month & security.


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

1904 945000
405 W. Georgia St. Starke
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WALK TO SOUTHSIDE SCHOOL from this
3BR/1.5BA, completely remodeled home. Tile floors in kitchen
and baths, new carpet, all new kitchen cabinets and lots of
them! New appliances, garage. Priced for quick sale. $139,900


Commercial
Building
Lawtey,
U.S. Hwy. 301


Waterfront Lot -. ...
Crosby Lake In Lakewood
REDUCED!!
COMMERCIAL SITES available.
Vacant or with buildings.


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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:
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Licensed Bonded
Insured
Workers Comp.
License # RC0067442


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57 For Sale
Ol NMORE WASHER and
dryei new type $75 and
up each, electric stove,
witten guarantee. de-
livety available For ap-
pointments, call 904-964-
8801
MAI l'RESS TWIN sets $89,
tull sets $129, Queen sets
$'59, King sets $189
Mattress Factory, 441
East Brownlee St Save
a lot Cash and carry Call
Sonia at 352-473-7173 or
904-964-3888.

USED COMPUTERS, $99.
WESTERN AUTO IN
STARKE, call 904-964-
6841.
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'X12' WITH
RAILS and 30' ramp. In
good shape Make an
offer, will take highest
after 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.

A SET OF FOUR 17 inch
rims, with low profile sport
tires. Asking $275 OBO.
Call 352-745-2333 or
352-745-1865
HORSE TRAILER 2002
Longhorn GN, combo 4
horse slant, drop down
windows, dressing room,
w/AC, cabinets, bed.


$8.600 OBO. Call 352-
258-14473
ELECTRIC YAMAHAGOLF
CART Has brand new
batteries, front and rear
seals, $1,350 OBO. Call
352-473-6462.
WHITE GOLD WEDDING
SET, new $2,000 asking
$750 OBO. Call 904-964-
8735

59 Personal Ser-
vices
DIVORCES $399 PLUS
expenses, non contested,
call Mark Watts, Attorney
at law, 888-899-1670.
CLARK FOUNDATION RE-
PAIRS, INC Correction
of termite & water-dam-
aged wood & sills. Level-
ing & raising Houses/
BIdgs Pier Replacement
& alignment Free Esti-
mates. Danny (Buddy)
Clark. (904-284-2333 or
1-800-288-0633
FLORIDA CREDIT UNION
has money to lend for
M.H. & land packages.
1-800-284-1144.
$$$ FOR JUNK CARS -
GET TOP MONEY for
your junk car. There is no
charge for this service and
we'll put some fast cash
in your hand. No title, no
problem. Call 877-695-
JUNK (5865)
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 352-473-3394, leave
message.
64 Business Op-
portunities
LIQUOR LICENSE Brad-
ford County. No transfer
fee. RealtyMasters, Real-
tors. 800-523-7651


Southern Timerco, Inc


We buy timber.

Pine and Hardwoods

Small & Large Tracts

Josh Crawford Michael Hardee


' 352-745-1565


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65 Help Wanted
IRS JOBS- $18.46-$32.60/
HR NOW HIRING. Paid
training is provided For
appointment and free
government job info, call
American Association of
Labor at 913-599-8244,
24hrs, emp. serv.
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- CNAand/or2
years experience working
with elderly or disabled
clients. 2 or 3 days per
week. Sunrise Homec-
are Services, Hampton.
Phone 352-468-2619.
FIBERGLASS LAMINA-
TOR AND PARTS TRIM-
MER NEEDED. 40 hr/wk,
FT. Apply in person at
US Body, 1.5 miles S of
Hampton on 325.
ELECTRICIAN WITH expe-
rience, Prestige Electric.
Call 352-745-0650.
FULL TIME POSITION:
Seeking a focused pro-
fessional, responsible,
motivated, and with great
people skills. Must be
able to lift 150+lbs. Fax
resume to 904-964-9233
or 904-259-9707.
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 -D
FOR HOME REPAIR
WORK. Call 352-475-
1596, leave message.

CNA OR ATTENDANT -
ALZHEIMER'S FACILITY.
PT-FT, 3-11/11-7 shifts.
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.
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.


Keystone Hauling &

Handyman Service, LLC


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* Prm-anWashing
*Odd Jobs
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SGardenRoto-Tlling
* Lcesed & iwred


* Bush Hog MoWing
* TrMleel' ing & Rmno a
SiteClean Up
*Thrti Renoval
* Pine Bark & Cypns Muldh
*FirewoodForSale
*Fte


Owner: Kerrn, W'hirford






Limerock Concrete Sand
*-Slag Rock Crusher Run
Crushcrete Masonry Sand
Millings Gravels

Bradford Limerock
Since 1977
Allen E. Taylor, Owner
I904-509-9126" R Y


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(904) 964-EXIT
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at 0' Hair. Call Whitney
at (352) 339-0644.
JOB WANTED 30 Years
Sales, management ex-
perience, full or part time.
Bachelors degree, Florida
Notary, weekends avail-
able. Call 352-473-0210
FISCAL ASSISTANT.The
New River Landfill is ac-
cepting applications for a
full-time Fiscal Assistant
Must be experienced in
financial procedures, re-


TRAILER

MECHANIC

NEEDED
To Work at our Lake
Butler Facility
Must have welding
exp. and tools.
Competitive pay and
benefits package.
Interested applicants
should apply in person
at
PRITCHETT
TRUCKING
1050 S.E. 6th St.
Lake Butler


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Associates Needed
Seeking: highly motivated employees
with initiative to excel for our Lake
Butler location. Competitive salary,
bonus, benefits and opportunity to
join a progressive and fast growing
company. Call Judy, Store Manager,
at 386-496-3016 or call Tammy,
District Supervisor, at 352-333-3011
ext. 43.

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cord keeping and pro-
ficient in Excel. Apply
at New River Regional
Landfill office, SR 121,
3 miles north of Raiford,
Florida. Salary commen-
surate with experience.
Applications should be
submitted to the Finance
Officer by 3:00 p.m. on
Monday 4/28/08. For fur-
ther information, call 386-
431-1000. New River
Solid Waste is a drug-free
workplace and an Equal
Opportunity Employer.
ENJOY WORKING OUT-
DOORS? Like to earn a
good income? Consider
welding at Lake City Com-
munity College. Classes
begin August 18. Finan-
cial aid available. No high
school diploma required.
Call 386-754-4352.


ENJOY DOING REPAIRS?
Like to earn a good in-
come and/or start your
own business? Con-
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City Community College.
Classes begin August 18
Financial aid available.
No high school diploma
required, Call 386-754-
4352 fordetails.
FIREFIGHTER TRAINEE
PROGRAM limited open-
ings. Must pass physical.
17-34 with high school
diploma. Excellent pay/
benefits. Paid training and
relocation expenses. Call
1-800-342-8123 Mon-Fri
9:00am to 5:00 pm.
JOB OPPORTUNITIES Will
train in welding, machine
shop skills and engine
maintenance. Full pay


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.
Call (904) 964-7133 1
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Human Service Worker II's
Annual starting salary: 19,966.00
Behavioral Program Associates:
Annual starting salary: 19,966.00
Behavioral Program Specialist:
Annual starting salary: 24,579.62
Residential Unit Specialist:
Annual starting salary: 23,482.94
Entry-level to more advanced direct care
positions that assist individuals with
improving their quality of life in the areas
of vocation, money management, health,
leisure and other activities of daily living.
Great benefits. Opportunity for upward
mobility to other currently advertised
positions to ifclude:


Psychological Specialist Mental
Health Counselor:
Applicant will function in the capacity of a
Mental Health Counselor. Applicant must
have a Master's Degree or higher in
counseling or closely related field that
covers the basic proficiencies of mental
health counseling. Primary work is in the
direct delivery of counseling services.
Must hold a Florida license in Mental
Health counseling. Preference will be
given to individuals who must possess
certification as a Licensed Mental Health
Counselor.
Annual starting salary: 30,301.70



Social Services Counselor:
This position requires a BSW or MSW. At
minimum applicant must possess the
ability to write, implement and manage
individual support/program plans.,
Knowledge and ability to work with an
interdisciplinary team in the development
of treatment plans and/or support plans.
Ability to communicate with professional
staff, direct care staff, families, significant
others and guardians. Must possess good
telephone and record keeping skills.
Knowledge of community agencies.
Adequate computer skills. Knowledge of
State and Federal guidelines.
Organizational skills.. Ability to advocate


while training. Call 1-800-
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high school graduate who
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Required high school di-
ploma or GED. 2 years
minimum experience in


the education, child care,
medical, psychiatric, nurs-
ing fields or working with
people with development
disabillities. Apply in per-
son at Baker Adult Day
Training Center, 678 Mac-,
clenny Avenue. 1
PLUMBER/HELPER, some!
commercial residents,!
Keystone Heights area.S
Call 352-235-0915.
STAFF NEEDED to.work
with person with disabili-
ties in Graham area. Must
have HS diploma/GED, 1
yr experience, and abil-
ity to pass a local, state,
and federal background
screening. Pay $7.50 per
hour, call 904-966-2100.


Equipment Operator (Class A)
Clay County BCC seeks Class A Equip
Operator assigned to Keystone Heights.
HS Dip or GED, 6-12 mths exp in heavy
equip operation, FL B Lic (min) Starting
$10.66/hr & exc. ben.
Fax Application: 904-278-361A
Details: www.claycountygov.com
NO PHONE CALLS
EEO/DFWP



Child Care "Gal Friday"
Our Ms. Susie is retiring after 15 years.

Midway Learning Center seeking
mature responsible individual who
loves children. Duties included: Open
the Center at 6am, Mon-Fri, greet
families, help prepare breakfast and
assist in classroom.
45 hour Cert, CPR and First Aid a plus.
Part time or full time. Contact Ms. Pat
at (352) 475-2132 or stop in at 8682 St
Rd 21, Melrose.


for clients.
Annual starting salary: 29,344.38


Rehabilitation Therapist:
Join our TEAM! If you are an energetic,
fun loving, versatile individual who is
willing to provide and lend support to
individuals with developmental disabilities
we have the job for you. The Agency for
Persons with Disabilities Tacachale is
in search of full-time Rehabilitation
Therapists to provide activities and
support to individuals with developmental
disabilities. Must possess a four-year
degree and a valid Florida's driver's
license. Include evenings, weekends and
holidays work schedules.
Annual starting salary: 27,960.08


Registered Nurses
Tired of the hustle and bustle of the
hospital and nursing home setting? If you
enjoy being outdoors, Tacachale is seeking
RNs to fill positions serving people with
Developmental Disabilities on our 300
plus acre ambulatory homes and acute
care setting. Great benefits include but not
limited to: Relaxed atmosphere; variety of
work experiences.(ER, Psych, Autism,
SNF, Geriatric) and flexible work
schedules/hours; choice of insurance;
excellent retirement; free parking; free
CEUs; 6 credit hours per semester tuition
waiver at State Universities and
Community Colleges; with annual salaries
starting at 34,820.24. For immediate tour
and interview with application, Contact
Nursing Administration at (352) 955-
5870.


For more information, please call our
Tacachale Human Resource Office at
1621 NE Waldo Road, Gainesville,
Florida 32609, (352) 955-5600 or
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46 Tracts. Located in
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AUCTION Partnership
Dissolution 652-Acres
Divided & Equipment.
Sat., April 26, 11 am 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
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4 individuals,

1 team earn

trips to

region for KH

1 (1.1 IT SMl I'ILLtY
ld/ l'tq'//'h lu', 'J1frit,'r
N ilthi. ItiL'liantlii and (;reg
l'a\lor cach earned a district
ruiiiHner tip spot f'or Keystone
lceights ais did the girls'
4\8t)0m relal\ teami at the
District 5 'lass 2A track and
field finals on April 10 in St.
nAugustine.
The top iour finishers in
each even earned berths in the
regional finals. Buchanan and
TaIlor w\\ill compete in two
events each for Keystonle at
that meet, as will girls' team
member I iz Wheeler. Daniel
Wheeler will compete in one
x\ ent at regionals.
Buchanan 's second-place
finish occurred in the 800m.
He posted a time of 2:04.91 to
finish behind Matanzas' Jan-
Mic Albritton-Spain, who had
a time of 2:03.76.
Taylor took second in the
discus with a throw of 127'9",
\\hich placed him behind
Atlantic's Ron Faison, who
had a throw of 142'5".
Liz Wheeler, Christina
Brantley, Kayla Goodwin and
Raquel Doty-O'Kelly
comprised the runner-up
4x800m relay team, which had
a time of 11:18.10. St.
.Augustine won the race with a
time of 11:12.38.
Wheeler earned a pair of
third-place finishes with' a time
of 52.76 seconds in the 300mn
hurdles and a jump of 4' 10" in
the high jump. She trailed
Atlantic's Lebreau Kinsey
(49.88) and Menendez' Raquel
Lopez (52.21) in the 300m
hurdles, while Menendez'
Sophia Abenchuchan and St.
Augustine's Emmalee Schill
took first and second,
respectively, in the high jump
with jumps of 5 feet each.
Taylor earned a regional
berth in the shot put as well
with a distance of 42'5", which
\\as good for third. Crescent
City's Toshman Stevens won
the event with a distance of
44'6", while Atlantic's Faison
was runner-up with a distance
of 43'5.5".
Buchanan placed fourth in
the high jump at 5'10". The
three who finished ahead of
him-Crescent City's Stevens,
Clay's Dorian Barrs and St.
Augustine's Kwan Jakes-
each cleared 6 feet.
Daniel Wheeler earned his
regional berth by placing
fourth in the 3200m with a
time of 11:19.10. Crescent


City's Amado Martinez took
third ahead of Wheeler with a
time of 11:14.82.
Wheeler finished two spots
shy or earning another regional
berth. He placed sixth in the
1600mn with a time of 5:03.28.
Boys' team member Kirby
Vinson earned a seventh-place
finish in the high jump by
cleaning 5'8", while girls'
team member G(oodwitl also
earned a seventh-place finish
with her time of 1:07.28 in the
400m.
Kevstone had two other top-
,10 finishes from Buchanan,
w\'ho w\\as ninth in the long
jump (19'5.5"), and LeAnne
)Dye, \who was 10"' in the
600()n (6:50.35).
Other Keystone boys' results
were: 100ml -Vinson 12.60;
400m-Alcxander Gonzales
58.29. Nicholas Dorman
1:08.58. Michael Brown
1:22.37; 800mn-Gonzales
2:30.50, Robert Graziano
2:35.16, Alek Meston 2:43.64;
1600m--John McCormick
6:07.29; long jump-Vinson
17'8",.'
Keystone earned 36.5 points
to place seventh in the boys'
team standings. St. Augustine
wvas the district champ with
195 points, while Clay was
runner-up with 115.5 points.
Other Keystone girls' results
were: 200m-- Megan Perry
35.51, Katie Rabb 36.07;
400m-B Brantley 1:10.01;
800m-Natalie Walker
3:03.49, Dakota Thacker
3:10.22, Sydney Brown
3:30.12, Anna Scusy 3:30.13;
1600m-Allison Alsup
7:19.26; 300m hurdles-Doty-
O'Kelly 59.43;
Keystone finished eighth in
the team standings with 22
points. Menendez w'on the
district with 173 points, while
St. Augustine was second with
150 points.

KH softball

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UC, will play
for title
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Karli Minor put the
punctuation mark on the
scoring for Keystone Heights,
hitting a solo home run in the
bottom of the fourth inning as
the Indians defeated Union
County' 10-0 in four-and-a-half
innings in the semifinals of the
District 6-3A softball
tournament on April. 15 in
Interlachen.
Minor's home run was one
of two hit by the Indians (18-7)
in the game. Cortney Casas hit


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a two-run shot in the third
inning that put Keystone up 8-
0.
Keystone will now' play for
the district championship
tonight, April 17, at
Interlachenl High School at 7
p.m. They will play either
Interlaclihen or Pierson Taylor. ,
Union was coning off of' a
25 8 win over ('rescent (Cily in
the district quarterfinals oni
April 14. The Tigers scored 13
runs in one inning in that
game, but managed to get just
five runners on1 base agaillst
Keystone pitcher Lindsay
Harp. Harp gave up two hits:
and one walk in improving her
record to 10-3.
The Indians took a 1-0 lead
in the first inning when Tori
Jolley hit a ball past third
baseman Jessica Parrish for a
single, which scored Jessica
Knight. Keystone had a chance
to score more, loading the
bases with just one out, but
Union pitcher Taylor Nettles!
was able to record two outs,
including a strikeout to end the,
inning.
Keystone loaded the bases
again-this time with no
outs-in the second. A line-
drive single by Knight scored
one run, while two more
crossed the plate on a single by
Sibley. Minor made it a 6-0
ganle wiheni she drove in two
runIs with a double to left.
'hings started out good for
the Tigers in the third. Lead-
off batter Brianne Clyatt
reached on an error, while
Kale Cubbedge hit a single.
Harp forced two of the next
three batters to hit infield pop-
ups, while the third grounded
out to Tiffany Wood at third.
Harp delivered a big hit for
the Indians when she doubled
in the third inning. That was
followed by a bigger hit-


Casas' home run, which
cleared the left-field fence for
an 8-0 Keystone lead. Jolley
later made that a 9-0 lead when
she drove in Sam Sibley with a
double.
Minor led off the bottllon of
the fourth by hitlling the firsi
pitch she saw over the center-
field fence. That capped the
game's scoring.
The Tigers did get a lead-off
double from Chelsea Clemons
in Ihe top of the fifth and had
runners at the corners with no
outs. However, Keystone
catcher Casas threw Kale
Cubbedge out at second on a
steal attempt, while Terri
Brown's shallow pop-up to
Knight in center field kept the
runner on third. Harp then
recorded a strikeout to end the
game.
Knight and Minor each went
2-for-3 for Keystone, while
Sibley was 3-for-3.
The Indians, by. virtue of
advancing to the championship
game, have qualified for the
regional playoffs, which begin
Tuesday, April 22. If the
Indians win tonight's district
championship, they will host a
regional quarterfinal game. If
they lose tonight, they will
have to travel on Tuesday.


BHS softball
team makes it

past
quarterfinals

BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Stqff Writer
Pitcher Stephanie Jones
threw a shutout for the first six
innings, while catcher Jessica
McClellan drove in all of


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over Ridgeview in the
quarterfinals of the District 3-
4A tournament on April 14 in
Iive Oak.
Jones (9-11) gave up five
hits in earning the win, while
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lead until the sixth, when
McCellelan drove in another
two to put the Tornadoes up 4-
0.
Ridgeview scored three runs
in the bottom of the sixth.
McClellan finished the game
2-for-4, while Ariel Wimpy
was 3-for-3 with a run scored
and a stolen base.
Bradford (10-14) played
Santa Fe in a semifinal game
this past Tuesday. If the
Tornadoes won, they will play
for the championship today,
April 17, at Suwannee High
School at 7 p.m.


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Keystone
defeats
Bradford by
10 runs
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Keystone took advantage of
errors, walks and a strong
performance from pitcher
Jessica Knight in defeating
Bradford 13-3 in a softball
game on April 10 in Starke.
Bradford took a 2-0 lead, but
Keystone scored five runs in
the third off of three singles,
two walks, an error and a
passed ball.
Four more errors by the
Tornadoes helped the Indians
score eight runs in the fourth
and sixth innings.
Meanwhile, Knight allowed
just five hits and no earned
runs to improve her record to
8-3.
Bradford went up 1-0 in the
first. Kayla Tucker drew a
walk and advanced on a
double by Jessica McClellan.
Macy Winkler hit into a
fielder's choice, which allowed
Tucker to score.
In the second, Bradford's

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Attention
BMS track
and field
members
Members of the Bradford
Middle School track ind field
teams \\ho \ill ii he
participating ill the regional
finals in .Jacksonville this
Saturday April 19, must meet
at the middle school at 6:40
a.m. that day


DISTRICT
Continued from page 4C

Reggie Thomas, Malcolm
Moore and Markacl Moore
finished with a time of 43.01
seconds, while Union had a
time of 42.86 seconds.
Harris earned one of three
third-place finishes for
Bradford \with a time of 22.77
seconds in the 200m. Union's
Smith \won the race with a time
of 22.53 seconds, while Baker
County's Moore was runner-
up at 22.75 seconds.
James Shannon took third int
the discus with a throw of
1 l 1' 10.5"., while Christina
Jordan was third in the 800m
with a time of 2:5124.
Jordan will he joined at the
regional meet in the 800m by
teammate Jessika Robinson,
who xwxas fourth at the district
meet with a time of 2:53.68.
Malcolm Moore and
Markael Moore also earned
fourth-place district finishes in
a pair of field events. Malcolm
Moore had a distance of


19'4.5" in the long jump,
while Markael Moore cleared
5'10" in the high jump.
Brian Pinckney just missed
out on a regional berth, placing
fifth in the long jump with a
distance of 37'8". That left
himn behind fourth-place
finisher Markus (Genovese of
Sanita Fe, who jumped 38'6.5".
BradCord's boys' leanm
posted six oilter top-10
finishes. Malcolm Moore was
sixth in the 200m (23.47),
Jarn is Iavis eighth in the triple
jump (36'5.5"), Markael
Moore ninth in the long jump
(17'1 I"), Adrian Mosley ninth
in the triple jump (34'3"),
Clem 10'" in the 800m
(2:28.71) and Jarrin Simmons
10"' in the shot put (32' 10").
Danielle Dent and Shay
Wanton combined for four top-
10 finishes for the girls' team.
Dent was seventh in the discus
(69'1l"), while Wanton was
ninth (67't,"). Wanton was
seventh in the shot put (27'4"),
while Dent was ninth (26'1").
Mehgan Perry competed in
the shot put for Bradford,
placing 14"' with a distance of
23'1.5".
Bradford compiled 59 points
to place third in the girls' team
standings, edging out Union
County by one point.
Suwannee topped the field
with 160 points, while Santa
Fe w'as second with 127.
For the Bradford boys' team,
Davis was I1I" in the high
jump (5'2"), Andrew Warren
"1l' in the 800mn (2:29.82),
Jarrin Simmons' 14"' in the
discus (93'II"), Reggie Dix
16"' and 17' in the shot put
(28'10") and discus (86'6")
and Shannon 18"' in the shot
put (27'l").


Bradford finished foitrlh inl
the hoys' team standings \vilh
78 points. Suwvannc and
Hamnillon County were first
and second, respectively, with
149 and 114 points, while
Inion was third with 108
points.



KHHS
Continued from page 7C
Ariel Wimnpy drew a walk and
stole second. Errors on
Wimpy's steal attempt allowed
her to score to put the
Tornadoes up 2-0.
Keystone got on the board in
the third. Ashlee Cirigliano
drew a walk. Cortney Casas
and Sam Sibley then hit back-
to-back singles, which allowed
Cirigliano to score. Tori Jolley
singled to score Casas, which
was followed by a walk drawn
by Alyssa Velazquez. A hit by
Kim Russell reached on an
error, which allowed two more
runs to score. Velazquez
capped the scoring in the
inning when she scored on a
passed ball, which put
Keystone up 5-2.
The Indians loaded the bases

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inll the fourth when Ryan Story
reached oni arn error, Casuas
walked and Knight singled.
,Jolley drew a walk, which
forced a run home. Casas
scored when Vela/quez/
reached onil an error. Russell
tlien drove in ltwo runs with ait
single to center field to pul the
Indians up 9-2.
Knight hit the Indians' only


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before being driven in by Jolly.
Singles by Velazquez and
Russell, along with a walk
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Singletary, allowed Keystone
to load the bases. Three runs
scored on two errors after that.
Bradford added the last rutn


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the sixth. Kimberly Barrett
reached on a fielder's choice
and eventually scored on an
error.
Russell and Vela.czque/ each
went 2-for-3 for Keystone,
with Russell finishing with
four RBI. Knight was 2-for-4.
McClellan was 3-for-4 to
lead the Bradford batters.


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