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Six .,eti'.m., have been interviewed
Sthe i.i of county in.ima.Le. but
not one has been able to garner the
.,... needed from the county
comission to attain the i. '1'
Instead, I .toll, in-' the 'final four
interviews on June 6, the commission
reached a consensus that all applicants


should be licu.'l and the position
offered to Bradford County resident
Jim Crawford on an interim basis.
(';t' fird is currently serving as the
interim director of the county road
department and coordinated the
reimbursement of federal emergency
management dollars for the county.
No official action has been taken.
That will have to wait for the
commission's July meeting. The


midmonth meeting in June has been
cancelled.
Interviewed on Monday were Tim
Carter of Jacksonville, Newall
Daughtrey of Miami, Chrissy
Sherman-Morand of St. Petersburg and
Richard Sapp of Starke. Peter Herbert
of Vernon and Wendell Taylor of
Marianna were interviewed in April.
Six other candidates with whom
interviews were arranged-two in


April and four more this week-pulled
out for various reasons.
Commissioners thought they were
faced with only two options after
interviews concluded-rank the
applicants they had or reject them all
and readvertise the position.
Discussion began on how to rank the
manager hopefuls, but with no clear
preference, the board was hesitant to
rank applicants and offer the job to


someone that no one had enthusiasm
for.
Commissioner Eddie Lewis said no
one from the applicant group stood out
in-his mind. Given the feelings of the
board, Commissioner John Cooper had
a problem with ranking the applicants
at all.
"I guess my problem is, even when

See MANAGE, p. 8A


Starke

officer

justified

in shooting
By CAROLYN EAVES
Telegraph Staff Writer
A grand jury will not have to
hear the case involving a Starke
police officer who shot a
woman as she pointed a gun at
him.
"It is my conclusion that they
(the" officers) clearly acted
appropriately," State Attorney
Bill Cervone said.
The announcement came after
Cervone met with the officers
and investigators from the
Florida Department of Law
Enforcement, who did an
independent review of the April
14 shooting. Based on the
findings, Cervone said he
decided a grand jury did not
have to hear the case.
Deborah K. Buffington, 52,
of Starke told her husband she
was going to kill herself. When
police : -,Hivedv4tiher-,residence,
they .found Buffington hadifired-
a shot that travelled through her
home, entered the house next
door and struck Mary Williams,
who was in her kitchen.
Buffington then barricaded
herself in her own bathroom.
Officers James Hooper and
Jason Crosby 'attempted to talk
to Buffington and then to force
the door of the bathroom open
after a second shot was fired.
Buffington opened the door and
appeared with a high-powered
rifle in her hand. When
instructed to drop the weapon,
Buffington pointed the rifle at
Officer Hooper.
Officer Hooper fired one
round from his service weapon,
striking Buffington in the
abdominal area.
Both Buffington and
Williams are continuing to
recover from their injuries.
"It is my conclusion that the
actions of officers Crosby and
Hooper constituted lawful self-
defense. In addition, because the
events involved are all clearly
contained on audio tape, Officer
Hooper, in particular, at least in
my view, should be commended
for his restraint under
circumstances that could easily
have resulted in fatal injuries,"
Cervone said.
Charges are pending against
Buffington, Cervone said. That
decision will not be made until
prosecutors receive additional
information about her medical
status, Cervone said.


Legislators at
Watson Center
on June 20.
Sheriff follows on 21st
Legislators representing
Bradford County will meet with
citizens at the Santa Fe
Community College Watson
Center on Monday, June 20,
from 11 a.m. to noon. The
Watson Center is located at
4150 S.R. 21 between Keystone
Heights and Melrose.
Bradford County Sheriff Bob
Milner will follow that up with
a public meeting of his own at
the college on Tuesday, June 21,
at 6:30 p.m.


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By MARK J. CRAWFORD ,
Telegraph Staff Writer .


Not much more than 30 miles
away in the heart of the city of
Alachua is an example of a
downtown revitalized.
Last week, members of Main
Street Starke Inc. and others met
with citizens who have been
active in bringing new life to
Alachua's Main Street,
eliminating blight and creating a
downtown destination for those
who call Alachua home as well
as for those from surrounding
areas who now travel there t6
browse the quaint shops and
indulge in fine dining.
The city of Alachua and its'
Community Redevelopment
Agency is largely responsible
for the transformation, although
they were aided by organizations
like the local chamber of
commerce and the Alachua
Business League. Individual
contributions played a part too,
according to redevelopment
agency member Duane Helle,
who said individuals purchased
the light posts, which the city
then installed.
And, of course, it was the
businesses themselves that took
a chance in locating downtown
that ultimately made the
redevelopment a success story.


Alachua's downtown transformation is something to behold as evidenced by
the before and after photographs. Above is a scene of Alachua's Main Street;
before redevelopment. rhe city resembled a ghost town, unlike Alachua today,
which, as seen at the top, is colorful, attractive and full of life.


Constance Heuss said it was
necessary to find visionaries
who would locate in the
available buildings, taking a
chance they would become
one of the anchor businesses
downtown. Sue Helle said
businesses opened and closed
and it took quite sbie-ime-for
the current mix of successful
businesses to overcome the


lean years.
There were steps and
missteps. Like businesses,
holly trees came and went and
were eventually replaced with
Bradford Pear .trees that bloom
in the spring and herald fall.
Duane Helle purchased a
-building-that had been derelict
for 20 years in 1989OeH said
about 40 percent of the"


buildings were empty, even
though' the city already
finished the first stretch of the
redevelopment, a three-block
area. of Main Street. Lamp
posts and trees were added and
,a portion of the street
transformation began. But, just
like Starke's start and stop
See TOWN, p. 2A


Following its board's move
toward taking an official
position on supporting
construction of a bypass around
Starke, the North Florida
Regional Chamber of
Commerce began circulating a
survey among a wider
representation of business
owners in order to gauge their
position on the issue.
Right now, the Florida
Department of Transportation is
preparing to announce a long-
awaited decision on which of
two alternatives will be
constructed to .alleviate traffic
congestion in the city of Starke.
The.rural alternative involves
building a bypass to the west of
the city. The urban alternative
would reroute and expand the
Sidthdf,3 to six lanes inside
the city.
The chamber survey begins
by asking business owners if
they. Iave been affected by
traffic congestio6ni ifithe-city:-
The chamber board was
concerned about whether or not
local business owners had all of
the information necessary to
take a position on a preferred
alternative, so the survey also
asks them if they feel they have |
enough information to make
that decision.
A third question addresses the
urban alternative specifically,
asking whether or not the
business owners will be affected
by the widening of 301, then the
fourth question follows up by
asking which alternative the
business owners believe will be
the better solution for Bradford
County's future.
Finally, business owners were
asked which alternative they
prefer if construction were to
take five or more years to
complete, zeroing in on the
chamber board's concern that
extended construction inside the
city would be exceedingly
disruptive.
Reviewing the
history
The most recent information
released on the, proposed
alternatives comes from a
package prepared by DOT for a
2003 public hearing, the most
recent public hearing held on
the issue. A total of five such
hearings have taken place since
See 301, p. 8A


Shands at Starke among nation's best hospitals


Shands at Starke has been named one
of the nation's top performance
improvement leader hospitals by
Solucient, aleading.provider of strategic
business and clinical information for-the-
health care industry.
The hospital's senior management
team was recognized for developing
consistent and effective performance
improvement solutions across critical
measures at a faster rate than many other
U.S. hospitals between 1999-2003.
These measures include quality of care,
operational .efficiency arid financial


performance. Findings from the second edition of
"This recognition is reflective of the Solucient's- 100 Top Hospitals:
outstanding commitment to quality Performance Improvement Leaders'
health care, customer service and study appear in the April 25, 2005,
-attention--to-the. .bttom-line business edition of Modern Healthcare magazine.
management that has mae Shanskt--t -The-studyjamajor step forward in
Starke an outstanding center of medical objectively measuring the- impact- a
care for many years," said Shands at superior management team can have on
Starke Administrator Jeannie Baker. an organization over time by instilling a
"While, I couldn't be prouder of our culture of change, said Jean Chenoweth,
entire staff for this rec ignition, it is our executive director of Solucient's 100
patients who uliimatel benefit as a Top Hospitals program.
result of this commitment to "These are hospitals in a position to
excellence." thrive as the growth of pay for


performance and consumerism force
change in the industry," said Chenoweth.
Solucient's study analyzed acute care
hospitals nationwide. The study looked
at all U.S. hospitals licensed to treat
Medicare patients.
-Founded in 1956, Shands at Starke is
a 49-bed hospital offeriig a variety-of
acute-care services and state-of-the-art
medical technology. Programs and
services include outpatient specialty
clinics, surgery, physical therapy,
radiology and respiratory care.


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Empty buildings like the one below are have been replaced with thriving shops.
The chic shop above, accented with florescent colors, proves that the modern can
exist in harmony alongside the historic.


One of the more impressive and creative additions to downtown Alachua is the
facade of a former theater where the insides have been gutted to create a charm-
ing park. Visiting Alachua from Starke were (1-r) Ingrid Smith, Main Street Starke
Manager Kim Skidmore, Gayle Van Wagenen, Starke City Manager Ken Sauer,
Anne and John Miller, Cindy and Steve Futch, a-Starke -commissioner, Chamber of
Commerce Chair Linda Tatum, Della Rosenberg, Sue Tilley, Tom Smith and Starke


Commissioner Don Tilley.



TOWN
Continued from p. 1A

approach to redevelopment,
approximately 10 more years
would lapse before a renewed
effort was launched to continue
the redevelopment.
Now downtown features a
winding street where patrons
stroll down brick inlaid
sidewalks beneath colorful trees
to visit a variety of shops and
offices that range from historic
to chic and eat at a number of
distinct restaurants that assure
everything from breakfast to
supper will be available.
From professional offices and
a bank to furniture and clothing
consignment shops, a florist, an
art studio, a candy and ice
cream scoop shop, and a .
previously loved bookstore, a
number of diverse businesses
have taken root in 'downtown.
The restaurants are equally
varied, serving everything from
fas-t food to elegant entrees..'
Arid fiere is space to relax,
including a park tucked away
behind the facade and in the
remains of a historic theater.
Downtown Alachua draws
foot traffic everyday,
particularly in the evenings and
on weekends. Special events,
including a spring and fall craft
festival and a Christmas
Dickens Festival, draw
especially large crowds, but
businesses have learned that
out-of-town craft vendors aren't,
the only way to attract attention,.
according, to Kelly Harris of the
Alachua Business League.
Businesses regularly host Stop,
Stroll and Dine events and turn
Main Street into Trick or Treat
Street every year.
Marketing has also played a
role, but there has to be enough
there to market in order to lure,
visitors from areas like
Gainesville.
The redevelopment district
has now grown to include
streets on either side of Main
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downtown has increased at least
tenfold, Helle said. Even
businesses like Hitchcock's
grocery store are making their
area meld with downtown, he
said.
A trust for the redevelopment
agency funded by tax incentive
financing paid for many of the
changes that were made,
although getting some of those
affected to understand that this
was not a tax increase was
difficult to communicate.
Instead of raising the tax rate in
that district, the city and county
of Alachua pledged a portion of
the revenue from future
property value increases to a
fund for redevelopment.
Say a property's value
increases by $10,000 over the
course of a year,. Although the
tax rate stays the same, the
increase in value will naturally
increase the amount of tax
revenue generated by that
property. A portion. of that
increase is then set aside for
redevelopment.
The. amount of .money;
available in that fund' s .lo' t'6
grow at first, but Alachua's
fund, which began at a few
thousand dollars the first year,
now receives more than
$100,000 annually. That
revenue is pledged to make
payments on the money
borrowed to accomplish
,redevelopment projects.
There are also grants and
other funding sources that can
assist, and capital investments
by new businesses are not
negligible. Heuss said the street
had earned the title Million
Dollar Main Street for all of the
investment that has taken place
there.
Starke visitors had specific
questions, like how to .dal-with
parking issties. Helle said
parking is always a problem,
but in a way that's a good thing.
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visits are being generated
downtown. Heuss said' the bity
purchased parcels to create
parking lots and businesses
were soon fighting for
advertising space on a. trolley
hired to get people back and
forth. Harris said that if a
downtown. is made walkable,
people fuss less over parking
further away. The need to park
right in front of your destination
is a mindset that can be altered.
Making the street all the more
walkable were the bumpouts
installed at different points
along the downtown stretch that
turned a straight street into a
* winding one. The curves are
attractive and serve to naturally
calm traffic, making a leisurely
walk through downtown safer
for pedestrians.
Another issue that has
plagued downtown Starke is
how to best care for the
landscaping. Helle said the city
of Alachua was not able to keep
it up so a private contractor was
hired by the redevelopment
agency. He. 'said that, while


expensive, it was the best
decision they've made.
Like Alachua, many of
Starke's contingency wanted to
see trees returned downtown,
and more than one said that
Alachua's choice of the
Bradford Pear was more than
appropriate for downtown
Starke.
Today, downtown Alachua is
an example of the kind of
renewal needed here. But as
Starke visitors observed,


Alachua's renewal is a work in
progress. For example, like
Starke, the city of Alachua
wants to move city hall, and the
redevelopment agency will
handle the landscaping and
parking plans. Still, Starke is
ahead of where Alachua began.
When redevelopment began.
there, Main. Street was. said to
have had three bars and a
funeral home.
Alachua's -clly commTis'stion.
was credited with having the


foresight necessary and the
willingness to endure the heat
when not all of the proposed
changes were welcomed;
Starke's leaders will have to be
as willing.
Perhaps the biggest lesson
learned is. that such an
undertaking is an unending
process. Ceaseless dedication
will be necessary for Starke to
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meets the first Monday of each
month at 7 p.m., but the next
meeting will be held Tuesday,
July 5, due to the holiday. The
meetings are held at Lawtey
City Hall.
Meetings are open to the
public and an agenda is
available in advance. For more
information, call (904) 782-
3454.

Support
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for parents
An open support group is
being formed for families who
have experienced the loss of a


baby ;through miscarriage,
ectopic pregnancy, stillbirth,
newborn death or termination
due to fetal abnormality or
maternal complications.
The group will meet from
11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. on the
first Thursday of each month.
The next date is Thursday, July
7. The group will meet at
Hospice of North Central
Florida in the North Building
Counseling Room, 4305 N.W.
90th Blvd., Gainesville.
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information contact Cheryl
Bailey at Hospice of North
Central Florida at (352) 692-
5107 or (800) 727-1889.

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Crosby Appreciation Day is June 18 O j


By BUSTER RAHN
Editorial Writer

Starke's American. Legion
Post 56 and the Starke Rotary
Club have joined together to set
aside and celebrate a day of
appreciation for Albert Lee
Crosby for his dedication to
duty and a lifetime of public
service in the Armed Forces
and local civil government.
The Legion Hall on Edwards
Road will be the setting on
Saturday.. June 18, from 2-4
p.m. for meeting with Crosby,
his family, friends, Rotarians,
and Legionnaires, to enjoy a
program detailing some of his
* many activities and share in a
light repast of finger foods and
soft drinks.
A number of people from the
Starke area will be on the
program to present facets of
Crosby's activities for the past
65-70 years.
The public is invited, mmore
-especialty those who hae


known the Crosby family in
Brooker and Starke for many
years and would like to renew
old acquaintances.
With the exception of two
years spent in farming. Crosby
worked in the public sector
throughout his career.
In 1939, at age 20, Crosby
enlisted in the U.S. Marine
Corps, where he remained on
active duty for almost six years,
serving in the Pacific Theater of
Operations.,
He returned to Brooker in
1945, but after farming for two
years, he and his wife, Violet
Townsend Crosby, moved to
Starke and his work in the
public sector began.
In 1948 he was appointed
supervisor of elections by
Bradford County Clerk Arch
Thomas (deceased), his first
paid position in civilian life.
He served as a volunteer
member of the Starke Zoning-
Board before.-mo ing into the
-salaried -director's position.
He served in the veteran's.
service officer position,


assisting veterans in securing
benefits under various
programs.
Crosby served the city as a
volunteer fireman for several
years. He was a full-time
employee of the Florida
National Guard, serving as
administrator/supply and
personnel specialist and post
property and fiscal officer for
30 years, retiring at the
mandatory retirement age of 60.
He retired as a chief warrant
officer 4.
He was active in The
American Legion and the
Starke Rotary Club, as well as
his church.
His resume includes a
number of other appointments
and memberships in
government or quasi-
governmental activities.
Crosby is currently living in
an assisted living home in
Atlanta, near his daughters, but
he will attend the Starke
appreciation day celebration:
Don't miss this opportunity to
visit with him and his-family.


Pre-K program not just in public schools


By LINDA ZCHORR
Telegraph Staff Writer

In November 2002, Florida's
voters passed a constitutional
amendment requiring a
voluntary prekindergarten
program for children. In
January 2005, Governor Jeb
Bush signed his approval and
the bill became law.
There has been some
confusion among some as to
what type of schools are taking
part in the' pre-K program and
what procedure is to be
followed for those children not
attending those types of
schools.
* Bonnie Ford of Family
Christian Learning Center has
attempted to straighten out the
confusion.
For parents wishing to send
their kids to the pre-K' program
at private and faith-based


Independence
"Day celebra-m
tiOn set
Bradford County's annual
Independence Day celebration
will take place on Sunday, July
3, at the Bradford High School
Football Stadium.
The stadium will open at
7:3k0 p.m., and the fireworks
'how" is slated to begin at 9:30
p.m. Entertainment will
include live music from Glen
Snow and the Sno\\men and-
others yet to be announced.
The BHS Band Boosters will
provide refreshments.
Entrance is free to this
event, which is sponsored by
Bradford-County,-the-Bra-dfoTd
County School Board, the city
of Starke and the North Florida
Regional Chamber of
Commerce.


FAITHH plans
to distribute
food
Food for Intercession for the
Hungry and Homeless, or
FAITHH, will set up a food
distribution table in the
parking lot of St. Edward
Catholic Church, 441 N.
Temple Ave. in Starke.
Distribution dates are
Thursday, -June 30, and
Thursday, Aug. I 1, from 10
a.m. to 2 p.m. In order to,
receive food, please bring a
driver's license or picture ID


schools, it is not in anyway
necessary to use a public school
as a "filter"'with which to pass
their child through. Private and
faith-based schools are, by all
means, just as much a part of
the program as public schools
are.
Some of the private and faith-
based schools taking part in the
program are Bradford Pre-
School, Family -Christian
Learning Center, Noah's Ark,.
and New Beginnings Christian
Preschool.
Each private school will be
committed to and be paid by the
state for 15 hours per week.
Naturally, their weekly fee will
be adjusted accordingly. They
are to follow the same
approved curriculum as the
public schools.
Transportation to and from
school must be provided to any


as well. as Social Security
cards for everyone, in the
household.- .. -
Tf eaterr is bad, the
distribution %will 'be cancelled
and rescheduled for a later
date. .


TDC meets
June 16
The Bradford County
Tourism Development council
will hold its monthly meeting
on Thursday, June 16, at noon.
The meeting will take place in
the boardroom at the North
Florida Regional Chamber _of-
Commerce, -100 E Call St. in
Starke.~


BMS SAC
meeting June

21
The next meeting of the
Bradford Middle School
Student Advisory Council will
take place on Tuesday, June
21, at 3:30 p.m. The council
will meet in the BMS media
center.;

Chamber to
convene June

23
The Board of Governors of
the North Florida Regional
Chamber of Commerce will
meet next at noon on


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WHEREAS, Albert Lee Crosby, Jr. has been a resident of Starke,
Florida since returning from service in the United States Marine Corps
before and during World War II during the period of OCTOBER 21,
1939 through SETEMBER 16, 1945, where in December 7, 1941 he
witnessed the aerial attack on the American Military Base by the Japanese while
stationed in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, and
WHEREAS, Mister Crosby has served the Citizens of Starke and Bradford
County during ensuing years as Veterans Service Officer, as Supervisor of Voter
Registration, and as Department offihitary Affairs (Florida Army national Guard), and
WHEREAS, Mister Crosby served the Citizens.'of Starke by studying and
conducting the important tasks of planning and management for the City Commission,
in the previously unregulated areas of planning for, land and property use and
development of Zoning Ordinances and Regulations, and
WHEREAS, Mister Crosby is a lifetime member of the American Legion Post 56
with sixty years of conunuods service, a lifetime member of the Veterans of(Fonreig Wars
Post 1016, and also a fifty five plus ,ears member of the Rotary Club of Starke, and
WHEREAS, the American Legion Post 56 and the .Rotary Club of Starke, are
sponsoring ALBERT LEE CROBSY, JR. DAY in Starke and Bradford County on JUNE
18, 2005, and
WHEREAS, It is most appropriate that we recognize the many significant
accomplishments and contributions of such a worth) citizen of our community.
NOW, THEREFORE BE IT PROCLAIMED that I CAROLYN B. SPOONER, Mayor
of the City of Starke, do recognize June 18, 2005 as ALBERT LEE CROSBY, JR. DAY,
and further extend our .appreciation to Mister Crosby for his many years of
professional, selfless service to the citizens and elected officials of the City of Starke.,

DATED THIS SEVENTH DAY OF JUNE, 2005.


BMS will
issue refund
Money owed to parents due
to transportation issues with
the eighth-grade class trip will
be refunded to benefit the
class. -The money will" be
deposited in the class account
and follow the students to the
high school.
Parents were polled and this
was the option chosen b\ the.
Sm iornlirl .. .


Democrats

meet Monday
The Bradford County
Democratic Executive
Committee (DEC) will meet
Monday, June 13, at 5:30 p.m.
at the Santa Fe Community
College Andrews Center.
All Democrats are invited to
attend. Anyone interested in
representing his or her precinct
ma' contact DEC
Chair JudN -Becker at (90-1.
782-3502.


Main Street

meets Tues.
Main Street Starke Inc. will
gather for its next meeting at 8
a.m. on Tuesday, June 14. The
meeting will take place in the
boardroom at the North Florida
Regional Chamber of
Commerce,' 100 E. Call St. in
Starke.


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Scholarship committee members Gladys McRae, Iva Harrell, scholarship recipient,
Unissa Moore, Sallye Scoggins, Lynn Marshal, Alpha Nu President and guest Dr.
Elsie Gross.

Moore is awarded first Alpha Nu scholarship


On May 14, Bradford
County's Unissa King Moore
became the first ever recipient of
the Alpha Nu Education
Scholarship. She is a Bradford,
High School and Santa Fe
Community College graduate.
She is currently enrolled full
time in education at the
University of North Florida.
The Scholarship Committee
presented the check for $500 to


Moore at its annual May
Luncheon at the Strawberry Tea
Room in Starke.
"The mission statement of the
Delta Kappa Gamma Society
International is to promote pro-
fessional and personal growth of
educators and excellence in edu-
cation," said Iva Harrell, chair of
the Alpha Nu Scholarship
Committee. "We feel that by
offering this scholarship we are


making a contribution toward
this important mission."
Special guest was Florida
President of Mu State, Dr. Elsie
Gross of Dade City. Dr. Gross
shared how she's traveled up
301 through Starke many times
to her home town in Georgia.
She expressed her delight in
actually getting to meet fellow
educators in our area.


Troop 70 helps American Legion place flags
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On May 21, scouts from BSA Troop 70, spent Saturday morning helping members of
American Legion Post 56 with the annual marking of veterans' graves in Bradford
County. Scouts helped locate and place flags on the graves of more than 400 veterans in
the Crosby Lake Cemetery. Scoutmaster is Kevin Adkins. Scouts pictured are: (I-r): Sam
Ennis (kneeling), Clinton Rix, Josh Browning and David Weeks.


CHURCH


Highland First Baptist
Church, 1409 US-301 N in
Lawtey invites children age
pre-k through 12th grade to
"Ramblin' Road Trip: Which
Way Do I Go," its Vacation
Bible School June 6-10, 6-9
p.m. Family night will be
Sunday, June 12, at 5 p.m.
Bradford County Faith
Community Center is hosting
a "Making Ends Meet"
workshop at Capital City Bank
in the community room on
Thursday, June 9, 16, 23 and
30, 7-9 p.m. There is a $5 fee
for materials. For additional
information, call (904) 964-
5088.
The Starke Church of God
will have Vacation Bible
School the week of June 6-10.
Registration is Monday, June 6,
5 p.m. Dinner will be provided
as well as crafts and fun for the
children. The event is free and
the public is invited.
Grace Baptist Church will
have Vacation Bible School for
children 5-12 June 7-9, 7-9
p.m., SE CR-100A, Griffis
Loop. Everyone is invited.
First Baptist Church of
Starke will have a "Ramblin'
Road Trip" Vacation Bible
School for children ages 3
through fifth grade, June 13-17,
9 a.m. until noon. There will be
crafts, Bible stories, and
refreshments. For information,
call 964-6562.
First United Methodist


Rotary Club
to honor
Al Crosby
The Starke Rotary Club and
American Legion Post 56
invite the community to honor
longtime civic leader Al
Crosby on Saturday June 18,
2:30-4 p.m. at the American
Legion Post 56 building at'709
Edwards Rd. in Starke.
Light refreshments will be
served from 2:30-3 while
guests greet Crosby and his
family. From 3-4, a program
will be presented on'rosby's
career in the Armed Forces, theri:
city and count), and' his
extensive involvement with
Rotary and the American
Legion. City and county
dignitaries will also be on
hand.
For more information, call
Rotary Club president Kevin
Miller at 904-964-6305.


Church, 200 N. Walnut St. in
Starke will have "Ranch House
Kids" Vacation Bible School
June 12-15, 5:30-8 p.m. Dinner
served nightly. Call 964-6864
for information.
The Lawtey Church of God
will host Crossroads Student
Ministries Thursday and
Friday, June 23 and 24, at 7
p.m. The public is invited. For
information/directions call
(904) 307-4209.
Pine Level Baptist Church
will host Vacation Bible School
Monday-Friday, June 27-July 1
from 10 a.m. until noon. Chalk
artist, Van Moore will be
featured and we will have
crafts and refreshments. The
public is invited.
Greater Bethlehem Free Will
Baptist Church, comer of
Chestnut and Ash streets, will
hold its annual Vacation Bible
School June 13-17, 6-8:30 p.m.
This year's theme is
"Construction Zone Building
Character Like Jesus. The
public is invited.
Bethel Baptist Church, CR
230A in Starke, invites children
ages 4 through sixth grade to
"Kingdom of the Son"
Vacation Bible School June 13-
17, 6:30-8:30 p.m. Gary
Melvin is pastor. For


Kellie Converse
Realtor
Fa;i i i 0


information or transportation
call (904) 364-7327, (904) 964-
7336 or (386) 431-1931.
Pine Valley Congregational
Holiness Church will host
evangelist and southern gospel
singer Ronn Jones from Lake
City on Sunday, June 12, at 6
p.m. Pastor Joy Thornton
invites the public. US-301 N to
178th Loop.
New River NC Methodist
Church will host a gospel sing
and revival to celebrate its
church homecoming. Begin-
ning June 12, special music
will be provided in the morning
service at 11 a.m. by Crystal
River gospel group. The
revival will begin at 6 p.m. on
Sunday night. Mondaythrough
Wednesday services will begin
at 7:30 p.m. nightly. Evangelist
will be the Rev. Tommy
Anderson from Macclenny.
.Following the revival there will
be an old fashion day and
homecoming lunch on Sunday
June 19. New River Church is
located on highway 125 in
Union County. The public is
invited. For information call
386-431-1536 or 904-964-
3583.
Hope Baptist Church will
host Kingdom of the Son:
Prayer Safari Vacation Bible
School June 13-17, 6:30-9 p.m.
The usual bus routes will be
run. Call for information, 473-
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Magdalena Reagan and a few of the items on display this
month at thelibrary.

Spanish mementos featured at library


During the month of June,
Magdalena Reagan will be dis-
playing a variety of collectibles
from Spain at the Bradford
'Count) Public Library.
Born in Puerto Santa Maria,
Spain, Reagan has been married
to Ronald Reagan for 35 years.
They have two children, Ronnie
and Roceo, and two
grandchildren.
Once a year, Reagan travels
to Spain to visit her mother and


Morning Star Lodge #26 of
Starke urges all members and past
members to attend on the first and
fourth Monday evenings at 7. The
lodge is at 709 E. Brownlee St. in
Starke. Call 904-964-8474.
Panorama Homeless Coalition
Inc., the service provider for
Bradford County grants, meets the
second Thursday of the month at
6:30 p.m. at 625 Brownlee St. in
Starke. Call (904) 964-6008 or
(904) 769-9587, after 7 p.m. Shade
Herring is president.
A substance abuse support group
is held every Wednesday at 7 p.m.
at Lawtey Church of Christ, CR-
200-B, for.those who suffer from
alcohol- or drug-related problems,
workaholics, compulsive spenders
and unhealthy relationships. The
public is welcome. Call (904) 782-
3771 or (904) 782-3086 for
information.


family. During her visits she
always brings back something
new to add to her collection.,
Included in her display, a
flamenco dress she bought for
her granddaughter, a shawl,
Baderieja (sticks used to prod
the bull during a bullfight),
Malecos,(fans), several flame-
nco dolls and a bullfighter doll,
books and postcards. Also,
included is a McDonald's menu
in Spanish.


Fish fry
planned for
seniors
There will be a free fish fry
for SREC seniors and friends at
Kelly Tucker's home in
Lawtey beginning at 10 a.m.
on Saturday, June 18.
Follov., igr-. to event.

Venue
changed
The Reno-Center Summer
Program is now meeting in the
RJE gymnasium.


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Library co-op

meeting

June 9
The New River Public
Library Cooperative
Governing Board will hold its
regular meeting on Thursday,
June 9, at 5 p.m. at the New
River Regional Landfill on
S.R. 21 north of Raiford.


Fall festival

needs artists,

entertainers
Artists and entertainment
applications are now available
for the, 20h" Annual Santa Fe
Community- College Starke
Fall Festival to be held in the
lovely historic district of
Starke on Saturday and
Sunday, Oct. 15-16.
For an application or more
information, write or call the
Santa Fe Community College
Starke Fall Festival, 3000
N.W. 83d' St., Gainesville, FL
32606, (352) 395-5355.
Applications must be
postmarked by Sept. 1.
Make plans to attend the
festival, sparkling with arts,
crafts, entertainers and a
Shriners' parade on Oct. 15
between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m., and
on Oct. 16 between 12 and 5
-p.m. Admission is free.
The festival attracts 11,000
people, 100 artists and
numerous entertainers for a
weekend of art, food, fun and
family activities.
Visitors return every year to
enjoy the fun and great arts
and crafts, said festival
coordinator Kathryn Lehman.,
It's very much a community
event. Residents of Walriut
Street look forward to showing
off their lovely neighborhood
to friends and visitors. A
variety of arts and crafts will
be shown, including ceramics,
hand weaving, painting,
jewelry and more. There are
storytellers, traditional craft
demonstrations, a zany
Shriners' parade, children's.
theater and .plenty of good
food.
Two stages will be set up for
.performing artists showcasing
everything from country to
rock and dance styles from
ballet and jazz to folk. Food
.'ill include everything from
chicken and rice and barbecue
to the festival's famous sweet
potato pie, funnel cake and
other luscious homemade
sweets.




Gardens

brighten

seniors' lives
Rebecca Kolls. star of the
television show "Rebecca's
Garden," is partnering with
Home Instead Senior Care in a
campaign to bring the joy of
gardening back into the lives,
of seniors who have given up.
this activity due to illness or
limited mobility.
As part of the campaign,:
Kolls and Home Instead Senior
Care produced a gardening
guide with tips and simple
gardening projects for seniors.
The guide is a\ a ilable free of
charge from the Home Instead
Senior Care office serve ing
Duval, Clay, Bradford. Union
arid Alachua counties by
calling (904) 215-8520.
SHome Instead Senior Care
provides nonmedical and
companionship services to area
seniors including meal
preparation, medication
reminders, light housework,
incidental transportation,
errands and shopping.




Altrusa
scholarship

available
Applications for the Altrusa
International Inc. of Starke,
Florida Scholarship will be
considered from any woman
who meets the following the
criteria. Applicants must.
Be Bradford County
resident and citizens of the


United States.
Have a definite plan to use
the desired training for
traditional or nontraditional
training to improve their
chances .for advancement, to
train for a new career field, or
to enter or reenter the job
market.
Be currently enrolled or
awaiting acceptance to a
qualified program.
Demonstrate some need for
financial assistance as well as
academic achievement.
Race, creed, color, religion
and national origin will have


no bearing on the award.
For the 2005-2007 academic
years, one scholarship will be
given. The $3,000 scholarship
is awarded for a full-time
program of study (12 credit
hours minimum). The award
may be used to reimburse the
recipient for tuition,
transportation, books, child
care or other school-related
expenses.
The award is good for two
years with $1,500 awarded
each year ($750 each
semester).
Applicants can pick up
packet at the Santa Fe
Community College Andrews
Center, the Bradford County
Tax Collector's office, Dudley
Hardy's office in Starke or
Tatum Brothers Lumber
Company in Lawtey.
Applications must be


postmarked by June 30. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
Incomplete applications will EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
not be reviewed. The recipient THE STATE OF FLORIDA, IN AND
will be notified by August 1, FOR BRADFORD COUNTY
2005. CASE NO. 05-CA-92
2005. CIVIL DIVISION
Call Sylvia Tatum at (904) CITIFINANCIAL EQUITY
7-82-3690 for additional SERVICES, INC.,
information.. Plaintiff,
Return complete DOROTHY B. WININGER A/K/A
application packets (in the DOROTHY WININGER; THE
provided envelope) to: Altrusa UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF
Scholarship Committee, DOROTHY B. WININGER A/K/A
Altrusa International Inc. o DOROTHY WININGER; RANDALL
F. WININGER A/K/A RANDALL
Starke, P. 0. Box 245, Starke, WININGER A/K/A RANDAL F.
FL 32091. WININGER; THE UNKNOWN
SPOUSE OF RANDALL F.
WININGER A/K/A RANDALL
WININGER A/K/A RANDAL F.
WININGER; IF LIVING,
INCLUDING ANY UNKNOWN
SPOUSE OF SAID
DEFENDANTSS, IF REMARRIED,
AND IF DECEASED, THE
I RESPECTIVE UNKNOWN HEIRS,
L G DEVISEES, GRANTEES,
ASSIGNEES, CREDITORS,
LIENORS, AND TRUSTEES, AND
CITY OF STARKE ALL OTHER PERSONS CLAIMING
INVITATION TO BID BY, THROUGH, UNDER OR
The City of Starke solicits written AGAINST THE NAMED
proposals to all insurance companies DEFENDANT(S); UNKNOWN
authorized to offer group employer TENANT #1; UNKNOWN TENANT
paid life and health insurance plans, #2,
as well as employee paid group Defendant(s).
dental plans. .Proposals are expected NOTICE OF SALE
from only financially sound insurers, Notice is hereby given that, pursuant
authorized to do business in Florida. to a Final Summary Judgment of
All interested organizations should Foreclosure entered in the above-
provide a written request for styled cause, in the Circuit Court of
information NO LATER THAN JUNE Bradford County, Florida, I will sell
30,2005. Please submit requests to: the property situate in Bradford
O&A Insurance Services Inc via County, Florida, described as:
e-mail Wendy@Owensevices.com A PARCEL OF LAND LYING IN
or fax904-287-5625. SECTION 19, TOWNSHIP 7
or fax903tchg. 6t23 SOUTH, RANGE 21 EAST,
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA,
SAID PARCEL BEING MORE
NOTICE OF PROPOSED PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS
ORDINANCE OF THE CITY FOLLOWS:
COMMISSION OF THE CITY LOT 7, RIVER BEND ESTATES
OF STARKE, FLORIDA (AN UNRECORDED
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the SUBDIVISION), AS PER PLAT
proposed Ordinance, whose title ATTACHED TO AND MADE A
hereinafter appears, will be brought,. PART OF THE DEED RECORDED
up for second reading-bffTO3rTe21'--"--IN-OFFICIAL RECORDS BOOK
2005, at the meeting ,of the Cayi 495. PAGE 169 OF THE PUBLIC
Commission of the City of Siarke, RECORDS OF BRADFORD'
commencing at 7:00 p.m., at City COUNTY, FLORIDA; SAID LOT
Hall in Starke, Florida. A copy of said BEING CONVEYED WITH A
Ordinance may be inspected by any RIGHT OF INGRESS AND
member of the public at the office of EGRESS OVER EASEMENTS AS
the Clerk of the City of Starke at City SHOWN ON SAID PLAT, ALSO
Hall in Starke, Florida. On the date BEING SUBJECT TO EASEMENTS
above-mentioned, all interested TO CLAY ELECTRIC
parties may appear and be heard with COOPERATIVE, INC. AS SHOWN
respect to this proposed Resolution. ON SAID PLAT.
ORDINANCE 2005-0452 To.include a:
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY 1984 SPRINGER DOUBLEWIDE
COMMISSION OF STARKE VIN#GAFL2AE13342677
ESTABLISHING INVESTIGATION TITLE #40318512
FEES FOR FALSE ALARM CALLS 1984 SPRINGER DOUBLEWIDE
FROM ALARM SYSTEMS WITHIN VIN#GAFL2BE13342677
THE CITY OF STARKE; TITLE #40324115
PROVIDING FOR SUSPENSION A/K/A
OF ALARM SYSTEMS;, 10494 SOUTHWEST 111TH
PROHIBITING AUTOMATIC AVENUE GRAHAM, FL 32042
TELEPHONE DIALING SYSTEMS;' at public sale, at 11:00 o'clock, A.M.,
PROVIDING FOR APPEALS; or as soon thereafter as same can be
ALLOCATING REVENUES done, to the highest bidder, or
GENERATED BY INVESTIGATIVE bidders, for cash, at the front entrance
FEES; PROVIDING FOR of the east side of the Bradford
SEVERANCE: AND PROVIDING County Courthouse, 945 NORTH
AN EFFECTIVE DATE. TEMPLE AVENUE, STARKE, FL
By: TERENCE M BROWN 32091, on the 27th day of June, 2005.
Crt Attomrney DATED 31st DAY OF MAY, 2005.
486 North Temple Avenue
Post Office Box 40
Starke, Flonda 32091
6/9ltchg.
IN THE CIRCUIT, CURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO: 04-2003-CA-0548
CIVIL ACTION'
THE BANKOF NEW YORK, The cl
ACTING SOLELY IN
CAPACITY AS TRUSTEE FOR a
EQUICREDIT TRUST 2001-2, 7rom a of us at
Plaintiff, WESTERN STEEl
JOHNNIE MAE CUFFEE, et al, FAMILY
Defendant(s).I ,STIAK IOU E
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE STEAK USE
SALE LUS301 S., Starke
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN 964-8061
pursuant to a Final Judgment of ,
Mortgage Foreclosure dated May 25, STARKE UNITED
2005 and entered in Case NO. 04-
2003-CA-0548 of the Circuit Court of PENTECOSTAL CHURC
the EIGHTH Judicial Circuit in.and SurDA MOrdli.G 10:00A.M.
for BRADFORD County, Florida SUNDAY EVENING: 6:00P.M.'
wherein THE BANK OF NEW W ST: 7:
YORK, ACTING SOLELY IN WED. BIBLE STUDY: 7:30P.M.
CAPACITY AS TRUSTEE FOR 2324 SE SR-16, STARKE
EQUICREDIT TRUST 2001-2,is the 904-964-9619
Plaintiff and JOHNNIE MAE
CUFFEE; LULA MAE CUFFEE;
CITIFINANCIAL EQUITY ARCHIE- TANNER
SERVICES, INC.; BRADFORD
COUNTY COMMUNITY FUNERAL HOME
DEVELOPMENT; S & D irO- Bo i519.Slarne.FL20'.'4
SPECIALTIES, INC.; are the Pre l3r r,,rg FuneralArnirgemenrs
Defendants, I will sell tothe highest H,:,3r.ir, Equ,r.,nenl* Mc.nurnents
and best bidder for cash at FRONT 9645757 ArrhieM.Tanner,
HALL OF THE BRADFORD4-575Tanner
COUNTY COURTHOUSE, 945 A
NORTH TEMPLE AVENUE, tit
STARKE, FLORIDA 32091 at capital C
11:00AM, on the 11th day of July, y Bank
2005, the following described
property as set forth in said Final 350 N Temple Ave.
Judgment Starke, FL 32091
LOTS 3, 4 AND 23 OF BLOCK 3, (904> FAX (04
GAHAGAN SUBDIVISION, 964-7050 964-19
ACCORDING TO PLAT THEREOF
RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 2, Grace Baptist Church
PAGE 41, OF THE PUBLIC'
RECORDS OF BRADFORD 13393SECR-100A,GrlffisLoop,Starke, FL320
COUNTY, FLORIDA, EXCEPTING Pastor: DICK DIXON
THERE FROM THE WEST FIVE Sun-daySh964-5656; Hm.782-15:45
(5) FEET OF LOT 3, BLOCK 3, IN Morning Worship I I
THE AFOREMENTIONED TrainingUnion 5:301
GAHAGAN SUBDIVISION. Evening Worship 6:30I
A/K/A 1214 N Pine Street, Starke, FL Jy usea Lord
32091
WITNESS MY HAND and the seal of
this Court on May 31,2005.
Ray Norman
si'


CLERK OF CIR
By: (
Law Offices of Daniel
9204 King Palm Drive
Tampa, FL 33619-132E
Attorneys for Plaintiff
In accordance with
with Disabilities Act of
needing a special acci
participate in this proc
contact the ASA Coor
than seven (7) days
proceedings. If hear
please call (800) 955-
(800) 955-8770 (voic
Relay Service.


CUIT COURT
Carol Williams


DATED THIS 1st D
2005.


Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: Carol Williams
Deputy Clerk
Echevarria & Associates, P.A.
P O. Box 25018
Tampa, Florida 33622-5018
F040 16637
If you are a person with a disability
who needs any accommodation in
order to participate in this proceeding,
you are entitled, at no cost to you, to
the provision of certain assistance.
Please contact the Clerk of
Court,Bradford County Courthouse,
Starke, FL at 904-964-6280 within 2
working days of your receipt of this
notice; if you are hearing or voice
impaired, call 1-800-955-8771.
6/92tchg. 6/16
PUBLIC AUCTION
Ron Denmark Mini Storage will hold
a Public Auction on Friday, June 24,
2005 at 10 a.m. at 2117 N. Temple
Avenue, Starke, Fla. on the following
storage units containing personal
items.
#25-Belonging to Cisro Pinckney
#62-Belonging to Jeff Gowens
#90-Belonging to David Porter
6/92tchg. 6/16


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
THE STATE OF FLORIDA, IN AND
FOR BRADFORD COUNTY
CASE NO. 04-2005-157-CA
CIVIL DIVISION
CITIFINANCIAL EQUITY
SERVICES, INC.,
Plaintiff,
vs.

PAMELA ANN FRENCH; THE
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF PAMELA
ANN FRENCH; IF LIVING,
INCLUDING ANY UNKNOWN
SPOUSE OF SAID
DEFENDANTSS, IF REMARRIED,
AND IF DECEASED, THE,
RESPECTIVE UNKNOWN HEIRS,
DEVISEES, GRANTEES,
ASSIGNEES, CREDITORS,
LIENORS, AND TRUSTEES, AND
ALL OTHER PERSONS CLAIMING
BY, THROUGH, UNDER OR
AGAINST THE NAMED
DEFENDANTSS; EMMCO
CREDIT CORP. SUCCESSOR IN
INTEREST TO HOMEGOLD, INC.
SUCCESSOR BY MERGER TO
EQUITABLE MORTGAGE CORP.
OF ORLANDO; WHETHER
DISSOLVED OR PRESENTLY
EXISTING, TOGETHER WITH ANY
GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES,
CREDITORS, LIENORS, OR
TRUSTEES OF SAID
DEFENDANTS) AND ALL OTHER
PERSONS CLAIMING BY,
THROUGH, UNDER, OR AGAINST
DEFENDANTSS; UNKNOWN
TENANT #1; UNKNOWN TENANT
#2,
Defendant(s).
NOTICE OF SALE
Notice is hereby given that, pursuant
to a Final Summary Judgment of
Foreclosure entered in the above
styled cause, in the Circuit Court of
BRADFORD County, Florida, I will
sell the property situate in
BRADFORD County, Florida,
described as:
A PORTION OF THE SOUTHEAST
1/4 OF THE SOUTHEAST 14 OF
THE SOUTHEAST 1/4 OF
SECTION 5, TOWNSHIP 6 SOUTH,
RANGE 22 EAST, DESCRIBED AS
FOLLOWS:
COMMENCE AT THE
SOUTHEAST CORNER OF SAID
SOUTHEAST 1/4 OF THE
SOUTHEAST 1/4 OF THE
SOUTHEAST 1/4 (BEING ALSO
THE SOUTHEAST CORNER OF
SAID SECTION 5) AND RUN
NORTHERLY ALONG THE
EASTERLY BOUNDARY
THEREOF 25.8 FEET TO THE
NORTHERLY BOUNDARY OF
THE RIGHT-OF-WAY OF STATE
ROAD S-233 FOR POINT OF
BEGINNING. FROM POINT OF
BEGINNING THUS DESCRIBED,
CONTINUE NORTHERLY ALONG
SAID EASTERLY BOUNDARY 250
FEET; THENCE WESTERLY AND
PARALLEL WITH SAID
NORTHERLY BOUNDARY 250
FEET; THENCE SOUTHERLY AND
PARALLEL WITH SAID EASTERLY
BOUNDARY 250 FEET TO SAID
NORTHERLY BOUNDARY;
THENCE EASTERLY ALONG SAID.
NORTHERLY BOUNDARY, 250
FEET TO THE POINT OF
BEGINNING; AND EXCEPTING
FURTHER ANY PART THEREOF
LYING WITHIN COUNTY ROAD
RIGHT-OF-WAY. SAID
PROPERTY LYING, .BEING AND
SITUATE IN BRADFORD
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
A/K/A 4263 COUNTY ROAD 233
STARKE, FLORIDA 32091
at public sale, at 11:00 o'clock, A.M.,
or as soon thereafter as same can be
done, to the highest bidder, or,
bidders, for cash, at the front entrance
of the east side of the Bradford
County Courthouse, 945 NORTH
TEMPLE AVENUE, STARKE, FL
32091, on the 20th day of July, 2005.


PUBLIC AU<
Bradford Self Storag
Public Auction on Jui
5:15 p.m. at 2100 N.
Starke, Fla. on the fol
units containing person
#8 Belonging to Marga
Store room Belonging
..Rellen Clar
#3 Belongingto Sherry
#6 Belonging to Edwar
Cynthia Wil

PUBLIC HE.
The Bradford County
will hold PUBLIC
Monday, June 27, 2005
501 W. Washington
FL 32091 to consider
following sections of
County School Board
3.13 School Volunteer
6.103 Appointment or
Employment R
6.32 Terminal Pay
8.14 Automotive Equip
Pre-Employment Dru
Screening Poli
Nepotism Policy
The public is w
encouraged to attend t

LEGAL NO
The Suwannee' Ri'
Council, Inc. Board c
hold a meeting of
Directors on Monday,
7:00 p.m., at the
Conference Center
Florida.

IN THE CIRCUIT C
EIGHTH JUDIC.I
AND FOR BRADFi
CASE NO: 0
BRADFORD COUN
TELEGRAPH, INC.
PENSION FUND,
vs.
The Estate of DANIE
ROUNTREE, deceas
respective unknowns
devisees, grantees, a
legatees, lienors, crer
or other claimants claim
through, under or aga
named Defendant;
having a claim to ha
or interest in the prop
subject of this action
better name being ur
or may be, a tenant
Jane Doe better
unknown, who is, or m
in possession, JEN
and TOMMY ROUN'
Defendants.
NOTICE 01O
NOTICE is hereby g
29th day of June, 200
the front entrance of t
Bradford County, Sta
undersigned Clerk w
the following describe
Parcel C:
A parcel of land
Southeast One C
Northeast One Quart
NE 1/4) of Section
South, Range 21
County, Florida; sa
more particularly
follows:
Commence at a coni
at the Southeast come
and run South 89 deg
and 07 seconds W
Southline of said NE
383.00 feet to an iron
North 33 degrees, 11,
seconds East, 153.62
rod and the Poinl of B
continue North 3
minutes and 15 second
feet to the center lin
easement for utility


Deputy Clerk CLERK OF CIR
C. Consuegra By: C
8 Law Offices of Daniel C
9204 King Palm Drive
the American Tampa, FL 33619-1328
1990, persons Attomeys for Plaintiff
ommodation to In accordance with
;eeding should with Disabilities Act of
dinator no later needing a special acci
s prior to the participate in this proc
ing impaired, contact the ASA Coor
9771 (TDD) or than seven (7) days
e), via Florida proceedings. If hear
please call (800) 955-
6/9 2tchg. 6/16 (800) 955-8770 '(voic
Relay Service.


05, at 11 a.m. at
he courthouse in
irke, Florida, the
vill offer for sale
id real property:
situated in the
quarter of the
er (SE 1/4 of the
34, Township 5
East, Bradford
id parcel being
described as
crete monument
erof said NE 1/4
rees, 39 minutes
Vest, along the
1/4 a distance of
rod; thence run
minutes and 15
2 feet to an iron
beginning; thence
3 degrees,11
ids East, 259.99
ne of a 60 foot
es and general


By: TERENCE M. BROWN
City Attorney
486 North Temple Avenue
Post Office Box 40
Starke, Florida 32091
6/91 tchg.


NOTICE OF PROPOSED
RESOLUTION BY THE CITY
OF LAWTEY
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
proposed Resolution 05-03 whose
title appears below, will be
considered for enactment by the City
Council of Lawtey, on Tuesday, July
5, 2005, at 7-00 p.m.. or as soon
thereafter that may be heard at City
Hall, Lawtey, Florida.
Anyone wishing to be heard should
attend the meeting.
A RESOLUTION OF THE
CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF
LAWTEY, FLORIDA, ADOPTING
AN UPDATED LOCAL MITIGATION
STRATEGY FOR THE
CITY OF LAVVTEY.
6/9 itchg.


Hi W Cll.III
964-5827~lB


AY OF April, road purposes; thence South 65
degrees 58 minutes and 02 seconds
CUIT COURT East along said centerline, 169.00 feet
Carol Williams to the East Line of said Section 34;
Deputy Clerk thence run South 00 degrees, 28
C. Consuegra minutes and 02 seconds East, along
said East line, 146.95 feet; thence run
South 89 degrees, 39 minutes and 07
seconds West, 297.87 feet to the
the American Point of Beginning. Subject to an
1990, persons Easement for utilities and general
ommodation to road purposes across the Northerly
;eeding should 30 feet thereof and across the East 60
dinator no later feet thereof.
s prior to the The aforesaid sale will be made
*ing impaired, pursuant to the Final Judgment of
9771 (TDD) or Foreclosure in Case No: 04-
e), via Florida 2004CA507 now pending in the
Circuit Court in Bradford County,
6/92tchg. 6/16 Florida.
DATED this 1 st day of June, 2005.
ACTION RAY NORMAN
ge will hold a Clerk of the Circuit Court
ne 20, 2005 at By: Carol Williams
Temple Ave., Deputy Clerk
lowing storage 6/9 2tchg. 6/16
nal items:
iret Bryan PUBLIC AUCTION
to Spratlin Towing gives notice of
k foreclosure of lien and intent to sell
yLove the vehicles on July 1, 2005 at 10
rd and a.m. at 18536 US-301 North, Starke,
Ikinson 1 Fla. pursuant to subsection 713.78 of
6/92tchg.6/16 Florida Statutes. Spratlin Towing
reserves the right to accept or reject
ARING any and all bids.
School Board July 1,2005
HEARING on 1986 Chevy Van, White,
5 at 5:01 p.m. at 2gbeg25h5g4117568
Street, Starke, 1994 Ford Explorer, Red
revisions to the 1fmdu32x9rud08139
f the Bradford and on July 8,2005
Policies: 1992 Ford Crown Victoria, Red.
s 2falp74w8nx184831
2001 Toyota Highlander, Blue,
requirements jtegf21a710028312
1987 Toyota Celica, Blue,
pment jt2st66c9j7191830
g 6/9 2tchg. 6/16
cy
NOTICE OF PROPOSED
welcome and ENACTMENT OF
his meeting. ORDINANCE BY CITY
6/93tchg. 6/23 COMMISSION STARKE,
FLORIDA
TWICEE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
ver Economic proposed Ordinance, whose title
)f Directors will hereinafter appears, will be brought
the Board of up for second and final reading and
June 20, 2005, possible adoption on June 21, 2005, at
Quality Inn & the City Commission Meeting
in Lake City, commencing at 7:00 p.m., in City
Hall, 209 North Thompson Street,
6/91.ltchg. Starke, Florida. A copy of said
Ordinance may be inspected by any
OURT OF THE member of the public at the office of
AL CIRCUIT, IN the City Clerk in the City Hall,
ORD COUNTY, Starke, Florida. On the date above-
FLORIDA mentioned, all interested parties may
04-2004-CA-507 appear and be heard with respect to
TY this proposed Ordinance.
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF
STARKE, FLORIDA AMENDING
THE CITY OF STARKE
LT. FIREFIGHTERS' RETIREMENT
3ed, and his SYSTEM, ORDINANCENO. 410 AS
spouse, heirs, AMENDED BY AMENDING
ssignees, DIVISION II, SECTION '29, TO
editors, trustees, CLARIFY MEMBERSHIP ON THE
aiming by, BOARD OF TRUSTEES; SECTION
instthesaid 9. "PENSION BENEFITS;
and all parties AMOUNT, PAYMENT TO
ve any right title RETIREES; BENEFICIARY" TO
erty which is the PROVIDE FOR THE
;and John Doe ESTABLISHMENT OF A
known, whois, DEFERRED RETIREMENT
in possession, OPTION PLAN; PROVIDING FOR A
name being SETTING FORTH THETERMS OF
may be. a tenant THE DEFERRED RETIREMENT
NIFER ALLEN OPTION PLAN; PROVIDING FOR A
TREE REPEALER; CONTAINING A
SEVERABILIT-Y-- PROVISION;
F SALE CONTAINING AN EFFECTIVE
iven that on the DATE.





june Y,26~U5 iZLftGRiM:,. tiage ,A


Florda


CHAMBER OF COMMERCE


'Taking Care of Business"


MAIN OFFICE


Lake Butler Office
410 W. Main St.
Lake Butler
386-496-1093


100 E. Call St., Starke
904-964-5278
www.northfloridachamber.comr


Keystone Heights
Melrose Office
7380 SR-21
Keystone Heights
352-473-4550


Special thanks to The Beat Goes On
for hosting the CPR class at the
Starke Golf & Country Club!


Special Notice!
Community Appearance Award
will be given to Naomi Herres of
Merle Norman Cosmetic Studio on
June 16 at 11 a.m.
.Everyone is invited to attend.
*,wo~s~i.'^Qsa -}' *w jv9 R--^ *.*""'


The first of a series on "customer service" lunches
sponsored by NFRCC "Dealing With The Irate Customer,"
was the first of a series of videos shown at the luncheon
held at Shoney's this past Monday.


( MARK YOUR
CALENDAR
MAIN ST. STARKE INC. BOARD MEETING
When: Tuesday, June 14, 8 a.m.
Where: NFRCC board room
STARKE
BC TOURIST DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL
MEETING
When: Thursday, June 16, Noon
Where: NFRCC board room ,
STARKE
TOWN FORUM
When: Tuesday, June 21, 6:30 P.M.
Meet: Sheriff Bob Milner
Where: Watson Center
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
NFRCC BOARD OF GOVERNORS MEETING
When: Thursday, June 23, Noon
Where: Capital City Bank Community Room
STARKE
FRONT LINE LUNCH
When: Monday June 27, Noon
Where: Western Steer Steak House
Sponsor: Whispering Oaks Apartments
STARKE


Elaine Slocum of Bradford Faith


Community Center spoke at the recent
Front Line Lunch.


I '


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Page BA TELEGkAi-r1 June to, 4uuo


M A N A G E has resulted in a better group
"To be hone-.t ith \.'ou. I
Continued .from p. 1A would ha,.e likcd t.- hj.e had a
county min.iger thc tirtl ..cek I
we do that I think somebody's got here, and I .,i'uld likc ii )gei
going to come out on top, but one here as fast aj, i%.e can. hut it
I'm kind of like Eddie. There's needs to be the right per.r "
no one there who's wowed me," Cooper said
Cooper said. That's -'.hern C.'i-per placed
Commissioner Ross Chandler an unconsidered third option
cautioned that the board would before the board After a recent
be prolonging the process, talk with himn. Cooper said
perhaps finding itself at the end Crawford diridcated he ,.'-iIld be
of the year before someone is willing to nriinidelr the country,
hired to manage the county. manager po twin .:-"n an inerimi
"If we don't think we don't basis, workingin n thit .apacit[,
have a potential county for up to t ...o:, ears'
manager in this batch and we go "He brines 1 t, c the table .t
back out, we're looking at of the things I knov. ,-.e're all
probably the end of this year or looking for." Cooper saaid
the first of next," Chandler said. Then Le, i_, and Chairman
'But Commissioner John Doyle Th_,.na-__-ie.,Led-the-
-Wayne-Hersey said that it the had had sinilar con'ersjtion's
board didn't feel comfortable with Crawford.
with the applicants in this group "I think we've probably all
then it didn't- need-to get into been having that thought in the
the rankingprocess. back of our minds," Cooper
County Clerk Ray Norman said, adding that Crawford
suggested a second round of didn't officially apply for the
interviews, with only those manager position because he
candidates with the highest couldn't commit to being there
rankings being invited back for beyond a couple of years.
a second interview, but Crawford has repeatedly said
Chandler didn't foresee the he is retired, but has,
applicants interviewing better. nevertheless, been willing to
Chandler, who has had the assist the county with the road
opportunity to sit in on the department and the FEMA
state's selection of candidates disbursements.
for the directorship at the health Lewis said he'd be willing to
department, compared the accept Crawford as manager for
results of that process with the as little as 18 months.
manager .selection process. Ultimately, commissioners
Rather than finding a group of didn't want to be locked into a
applicants in which no one particular choice if they went
could say-with any e-ntuisiasm ahead with a ranking and came
this is the right person of the to the consensus to offer
job, Chandler said any one of Crawford the job.
three or four of the health The interim appointment of
department candidates could be Crawford, though it still needs
chosen for the job without to be made official,' will give
making a mistake. the commission a reprieve in its,
The process was also search for a permanent
compared to the effort to find a selection. The position can be
new extension director. The readvertised at some point in
commission couldn't support the future to begin the search
either- candidate for that again. The possibility of hiring
position either, but Lewis said someone who could serve as
the word is that the crop of Crawford's assistant and
candidates for the job receive on-the-job training was
readvertisement of the opening also raised by Chandler.


NRSWA

meets again

June 9
The New River Solid Waste
Association, the governing
board of the Nev River
Regional. Landfill in Raiford,
will meet obh Thursday, June 9,
at 6 p.m. in the boardroom at
the landfill.
A budget workshop will take
place at 4 p.m.
The association is comprised
of county commissioners from
Jradford, -Baker--and--tri-n
counties, and its meetings are
open to the public. .Agendas
are available in-advance.-For- -
more information, call (386).
431-1000.


School board-

in session
June 13

The Bradford County School
District holds its regular
meeting on the second Monday
of each month, and the next
meeting is scheduled for May
13 at 5 p.m. in the boardroom
at the district offices, 501 W.
Washington St.
A workshop on mentor
curriculum-willTollow. .
'The meetings are open to the
public, and an agenda is
available in advance in the
office of the receptionist. For
more information, call (904)
966-6800. "


Hampton

meets June
14
The Hampton City Council
will meet on the second
Tuesday of each month at 7
p.m. The council's next.
meeting will take place at
Hampton City Hall on June 14.
These meetings are open to


the public. For infi
to receive an agend;
468-1201.

Starke C

meet Jun
The next meet
Starke City Comn
be Tuesday, June 21
The meeting is
public, and an
available in adva:
office of the city
more information,
964-5027.


County
convenes

July 11
The Bradford
Commission will
Monday. July 11, ;
in the boardroo
Bradford County (
located on U.S. 301
The midmonth
June has been chance
The meeting is x
public, and an agent
obtained in advai
office of the clerk
For more inform,
(904) 966-6280.


Starke Mayor Carolyn Spooner recognized members Allen Smith, Bobby McGee, Spooner and Danny
of the city's line crew. The electrical department was Griffis. Not pictured are Jason Garver, Cris Kadlec,
recognized by the Florida Municipal Electric Mike Swan and Lauren Turner.
Association for its safety record. Pictured (1-r) are


Starke employees awarded for utility safety


The city.of Starke was recently awarded
a Florida Municipal Electric Association
(FMEA) Safety --..i,d for its continued
commitment to safety and low incident rate
during the past year.
For the past 19 years. FMEA has
recognized the efforts of Florida's
municipally owned utilities to stress
worker safety as the number one priority.
Utilities are placed into categories


301
Continued from p. 1A

1993, when a needs analysis
began. Potential corridors were
.-selected following the 1994
hearing, followed by initial
design work on the alternatives.
After the 1995 hearing, the
issue disappeared until 2003,
when two hearings were held
and the project began to move
forward again with preparation
of a draft of the environmental


impact statement.
Although an official date has
yet to be announced, another
formation or hearing is expected in August.
a, call (352) DOT's decision is also expected
this year,, although construction-
..ih.... er alternative has yet to
C to be funded in DOT's work
schedule, which is projected
e 21 years in advance.
--2 Even following
ing of the announcement of a decision,
mission will additional. work on the
, at 7 p.m. environmental impact statement
open to the and engineering will need to be
agenda is completed, and right of way
nce in the will have to be acquired for
clerk. For construction to proceed.
call (904) Word of DOT's' upcoming
decision prompted members .of-
the chambefrTb'ard to consider
taking a stand in support of the
bypass alternative. A committee
was formed. to draft a resolution
to that effect that the board can
vote on, then take to the city
and county commissions for
d County support.
meet on The only other such stand
at 9:30 a.m. took place in 2003, when three
m at the of four Starke commissioners
Courthouse, expressed favoritism for one of
in Starke. the alternatives-the urban
meeting in alternative. I
lied. U.S. 301's role in the state's
open to the interstate highway system with
nda may be connections to Interstate 75 and
nce in the Interstate 95 as well' as more
of courts, development along the highway
nation, call has resulted in the traffic
congestion experienced in the
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according to their total man-hours worked
and rewarded -for-the mosttincidcht-Tree
records. The incidence rate used to judge
utilities is based on the number of work-
related reportable injuries or illnesses
compared to the total number of worker-
hours during 2004, as defined by OSHA,
the Occupational Safety and .Health
Administration.
The city of Starke was awarded in


passed between S.R. 16 and
S.R. 100, and 31,200 vehicles
per day were counted south of
100 near the Deerfoot Village
Shopping Center. Those
numbers can only have grown
since then and future
commercial development on
301 will further add to the
vehicle counts.
Going rural
The rural alternative involves
constructing a new 8-mile
highway west of Starke,
splitting from 301 near C.R.
227 south of the city and
rejoining 301 near C.R. 233
north of the city. Interchanges
would be added at S.R. 100 'and
S.R. 16, and an overpass would
be constructed over the railroad
spur. -
Three hundred feet of right of
way will have to be acquired
along the 8-mile stretch of land
needed for the bypass. Sixteen
homes and nine businesses-
would have to be relocated,
,according to the 2003
information. More than 53
acres of wetlands would be
impacted, and a low to medium
probability of negatively
impacting threatened and
endangered species exists.
-- One-eontamiated-siter wiuld
have to be cleaned up, one
archaeological site would be
impacted and the city's-
wastewater sprayfield would
also. be impacted by the rural
alternative.
The cost, which must also
have grown since 2003, was
estimated at $96 million. The
bypass was said to have a
higher benefit cost ratio because
it would provide a larger
final ncial -savings- annually
through fewer accidents,
reduced travel time and less
expensive maintenance costs.
Initially the bypass would
divert traffic from businesses,
but in, the long term would
create new business
opportunities, although some of
those opportunities might not
benefit Starke if the city cannot
find .a way to annex property
west of the current city limits.
It was said going rural would
reduce traffic congestion in the
city by diverting through traffic
around the city. Traffic


category B. which is comprised of utilities
with 25,000 to 49.999 man-hours worked.
This recognition reflects the city of
Starke's commitment to protecting
workers' safety, while also ensuring
reliable electric service to the customers.
In an industry where serious injuries and
fatalities are inherent, safety training is the
best line of defense in preventing accidents
and saving lives.


projections for 2030, while less
than the counts measured in
2000, were still similar in
number.
Going urban
The urban alternative would
-widen--301 to six lanes in
Starke. A median would be
constructed throughout the city
and an auxiliary lane added
between S.R. 100 and S.R. 16,
effectively creating eight lanes.
The current right of way
through the city is 74 feet, but
160 feet would be needed, and
realignment will be necessary to
avoid certain buildings like
Bradford High School and the
Andrews Center. The railroad
crossing will be overpassed
_wesL-of- -the--current 301
alignment for safety reasons,
but then the alignment will
move back toward the east,
encompassing right of way
from both sides of the highway.
In 2003 it .was said 50
businesses and eight homes
would be relocated as a result of
the 'trban alternative. More
businesses, but fewer homes
and environmental resources
would be affected. Just over
three acres of wetlands would
be impaactedand nQo_impact to-
fEhTeatened or endangered


species is anticipated. Twenty--.
four contaminated sites would.
be cleaned up, but the old
armory housing Starke's
Recreation Department would
be among the buildings lost.
Because of the right of way
acquisition involved, the urban
alternative is more costly. Cost
was estimated at $137 million
two years ago, with $85 million
of that earmarked to
compensate property owners for
their land, homes and
businesses. That is five times
the right of way cost associated
with the bypass, although
construction costs are actually
less with the urban alternative.
As stated above, the cost
benefit ratio is less favorable
with the 301 expansion. It
would cost more to maintain
and do less to reduce travel time
or accidents. It would have to
accommodate current as well as
future traffic.
The initial impact of the
urban alternative would be
disruption of businesses due to
relocation and construction,
according to DOT, but the long-
term reorganization and
upgrade of properties adjacent
to the new 301 was said-to be
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^ Section B: Thursday, June 9, 2005





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



SFCC instructor seeks to institfpassiontforlearning
life-that's when it really hit the tears were welling up in my out, that instructor wound up work she had done on a "I know what it feels like to
By CLIFF SMELLEY me how naYve I really was to eyes, and walked out of class." being a favorite of Snell's at the computer., be on the other side, feeling a
Tlerarh Sfff I/Writor the world that I didn't know Snell returned after class, college. Snell, by the time she The positive experience after sense of fear and not knowing


I gtlytd ll p .lui l t*
A job with a six-figure
income may sound like a dream
job, but Cindy Snell found
herself wanting more-not
more money, but more from
life.
With that in mind, Snell
returned to school after a
lengthy absence, completed her
education and now has the job
of educating others, which has
turned out to be her dream job.
"It's just a lot of fun," said
Snell, who teaches mathematics
at the Santa-Fe Community
College Andrews Center and
Middleburg High School. "I
enjoy it."
Snell, who is a 1979 Bradford
High School graduate, enjoys
trying to create an excitement in
her students about learning.
That's because she also gets
excited about learning new
things.
"I just wake up every
morning with a passion and
drive for learning," Shell, said.
"It's just in my blood. I have to
turn on the news and find out
what's new. I have to look ori
the Internet and say, 'OK, what
do I want to learn about
today?'"
Snell has been teaching at
Santa Fe for two years and at
Middleburg High School for
seven years. You could say
there is some teaching in her
blood, for her grandmother,
Hilda Griffith, was a teacher in
a one-room schoolhouse in
Theressa. In fact, Snell has in
her possession the hand bell her
grandmother used in her class.
"I always told her one day
I'm going to ring this bell in my
classroom," Snell said. "Of
course, the bells they have now
are just so loud the-- kids
probably wouldn't hear it."
Teaching, -however, was not
something Snell began pursuing
until she was approximately 30.
One of her goals was- to
compete in ithe Olympics. She
was a long-distance runner,
competing in both cross country
and track and field at Bradford
High School.
Snell went to Santa Fe on an
athletic scholarship, but an
injury and marriage derailed her
Olympic dreams, as well as that
of continuing school beyond
Santa Fe. She married at the age
of 19 to a military man, which
had her traveling often-in
excess of 20 times.
It was during that time that
Snell started her own house-
cleaning business. It began with
a modest proposal as Snell told
a friend of hers that if she
would tell two people about the
business, she would clean her
house for free once. From there,
the business grew from ,one
customer to 47 in a span of six
--weeks. Snell -also -had two
commercial contracts.
Her income went from zero
to six, figures, but Snell
admitted she felt stagnated. She
was all alone, working in the
silence of other people's homes.
"It wasn't fulfilling for me,"
Snell said. "I needed to feel like
I could make a difference. I
think that's one of the main.
reasons I went back to college,
so I could make a difference
and give someone else that
same desire I have for
learning."
Snell made the decision to go
back to school in 1990. She
attended California Lutheran
University and found herself in
an awkward situation. She sat
down in a literature class to find
computers at every desk. The
instructor asked the students to
boot up their computers and
Snell had no idea what that
even meant.
"I felt this wave of fear," she
said. "All this time I felt like I
had this knowledge of things in


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hope, no incentive so great,
no tonic so powerful as
expectation of something
tomorrow.
-Orison S. Marden

Life is made up, not of
great sacrifices or duties,
but of little things, in which
smiles and kindness, and
small obligations given
habitually, are what
preserve the heart and
secure comfort.
-Sir Humphry Davy


how to turn on a computer.
"I politely got my things, as


however, and told the instructor
what happened. As it turned


was a senior, was helping that
teacher write grants and edit


one of fear has helped Snell as a
teacher, she said.


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OBITUARIES:


James Alvarez
STARKE James Leslie
Alvarez, 76, of Starke died
Friday, June 3, 2005, at Kindred
Hospital in Green Cove Springs
following an extended illness.
Born in Starke on Feb. 22,
1929 the son of Raiford and
Ruby Hutchinson Alvarez, Mr.
Alvarez was a lifelong resident.
He retired as a storekeeper with
the Florida Department of
Transportation and was of the
Baptist faith.
Mr. Alvarez is survived by:
-nieces Glenda Petelle and-
Jennell DyaL. bbth-of Starke;
nephews Reginald Underhill of
Starke and Vernon Underhill of
Etowah, Tenn.
Funeral services for Mr.
Alvarez were June 3, 2005 in the
DeWitt C. Jones Chapel in
Starke with Retired Col. Kent
Patelle conducting the services.
Interment followed in Crosby
Lake Cemetery.

Georgia Cauffman
STARKE Georgia Ann
Cauffman, 82, of Starke died
Tuesday, June 7, 2005, at her
residence following an extended
illness.
Born in Maxville, Mrs.
Cauffman lived her entire life in
the Maxville/Starke area. She
was a homemaker and member of
Sampson City Church of God.
Mrs. Cauffman is survived by: .
a son Rob Anderson and her
niece and care giver Alma Wynn
of Starke.:
Memorial services for Mrs.
Cauffman will be held at 3 p.m.
on Friday, June 10, 2005, at
Sampson City Church of God
with the Rev. Gene Bass,
officiating.
Archie Tanner Funeral Home of
Starke is. in charge of
arrangements.

Lillie Hart
LAKE BUTLER Lillie Pearl
Hart, 83, of Lake Butler died
Friday, June 3, .2005 at her
residence following an extended
illness..
Born in Alabama, Mrs. Hart
lived most of her life in Lake
Butler. She was employed with
Lake Butler Apparel Co. and
retired from General Electric
Battery Co. at Hague.
Mrs. Hart is survived by: a son
Rex Hart of Lake Butler; two
daughters, Jean Parrish of
Worthington Springs and
Annette Sperry of Orange Park;
11 grandchildren and several
great-grandchildren. She was
preceded in death by her husband
Pegr Hart; two sons, Perry Lee
H Jr. and Wilton Hah and a
daughter Margaret Parker.
Graveside services for Mrs.'
Hart were June 6, 2005 in Conner
Cemetery in Raiford with the
Rev. Danny Fouraker officiating.
Burial followed under the
direction of Archer Funeral Home
of Lake Butler.


LaCrecia Hickey
GREEN COVE SPRINGS -
LaCrecia "Cricket" Hickey 44,
of Green Cove Springs, died
Wednesday, June 1, 2005.
Born on July 22, 1960 in,
Valparaiso, Ind., Mrs. Hickey-
was a homemaker and a member
of Beulah Baptist Church. She
was also a member of the Clay
County Cattlemen's
Association.
Mrs. Hickey is survived by:
her husband of 19 years Eugene
Hickey; her mother Corinne
Taylor; children, Christian'
Hickey, Crystel Ripolio, Matt
Hickey and Donna Jean Hickey;
brothers, Russell Hogg, Leland
Hogg, Jr. and Scott Hogg;
sisters, Sandy Gentry, Jeannie
Morris, Rachel Webb and
Michelle Gonzalez; and one
grandchild.
Funeral services for Mrs.
Hickey were June 7, 2005 at
Beulah Baptist Church with the
Rev. David Peacock officiating.
Interment followed in the church
cemetery under the care of Pons
Family Funeral Home of Green
Cove Springs.
Memorial contributions may
be made to Florida Youth
Challenge. .

Altamease Johnson
STARKE Altamease E.
Johnson, 98, of Starke died
Saturday, June 4, 2005, at
Wihdsor Manor Care Center in
Starke following an extended
illness.
.. Born in Starke on May 16,
1907, Mrs. Johnson moved to
Long Beach, Calif. from Starke
and returned. She was a
homemaker and operated the
Tippinlnn in Lincoln City. She
was a member of Mt. Pisgah
AME Church.
Mrs. Johnson is survived by:
her caregiver, Clara Hudson of


Starke; three grandchildren and
nine great-grandchildren. She
was preceded in death by her
husband Dan Johnspn and three
children.
Funeral services for Mrs.
Johnson will be held at 11 a.m.
on Saturday, June 11, 2005, in
Mt. Pisgah AME Church in
Starke with the Rev. Glenn
Dames, pastor, and the Rev. J.W.
Warren, eulogist. Interment will
follow in Oddfellow Cemetery
under the direction of Haile
Funeral Home of Starke.


Visitation will be Friday, June
10, 2005, at the funeral home.
Family hour is 4-5 p.m. and
friends from 5-8 p.m.

Mary King
STARKE Mary Elizabeth
King, 91, of Starke died Monday,
June 6, 2005, following an
extended illness.
Born in Fredericktown, Mo.,
Mrs. King lived in Avon Park
before moving to Starke in
1974. She worked at Florida-
. State Prison as a receptionist and
telephone operator for 16 years.
She was of the Methodist faith
and was the youngest Noble
Grand of the Rebekah Lodge in
Avon Park.
Mrs. King is survived by: a
daughter Patricia "Pat"
Robertson of Baldwin; a son
Dennis G. King of Ft. McCoy;
three grandchildren and seven
great-grandchildren and. three
great-great-grandchildren. She
was preceded in death by her
husband Harry Quinton King; a
son Jim R. Pollock; and a
daughter Melody E. King.
Archie Tanner Funeral Home of
Starke is in charge of
arrangements.


retirement in 1990. She was a
member of Woodmen of the
World. She was a member of the
First Baptist Church of Lake-
Butler.
Mrs. Gassett is survived by:
her husband' Calvin Coolidge
Gassett of Lake Butler; three
sons, Calvin Gassett, Jr. of
Forsyth, Ga., Thomas Edwin
Gassett of Gainesville and Dr.
Craig Eugene Gassett of
Tallahassee: sister Norma
Tho'rnton 'of Lake Butler: and
seven grandchildren.
Funeral services for Mrs.
Gassett will be held Thursday,
June 9, 2005, at 11:00 a.m., in
the Chapel of Archer Funeral
Home of Lake Butler with te-
Rev. Rusty Womack officiating.-
Burial will follow at Elzey
Chapel Cemetery in
Worthington Springs.
The family will receive friends
at the funeral home o.n-
Wednesday, June 8, 2005, from 6
to 8 p.m.


Earlie Padgett
LEXINGTQN, GA. Earlie
Padgett, 78, of Lexington, Ga.
died Friday; June. 3, 2005, at
Athens Regional Medical Center.


Thotmas L wis Born in Perry the son of the
Thomas Lewis late Homer and Ida Padgett, Mr.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Padgett lived in Jacksonville
Thomas H. Lewis, 81, of before moving to Lawtey in
Keystone Heights died Thursday, 1952 where he 'was employed
June 2, 2005. with Dupont Chemical Compan3
Born in Cordele, Ga. on Oct. as a master welder. He mo.ed to
22, 1923,..Mr. Lewis served in Georgia in 1985 and %as a
the U.S. ,5th Army in Company country rock musician. He served
B, 363rd Infantry, 91st in the U.S. Army and Air Force
Division. He lived in serving in World War II and the
Jacksonville where, he was a Korean War. He was of the
carpenter before moving to Baptist faith.
Keystone Heights. He was a Mr. Padgett is survived by: a
member of New Beginnings daughter Gloria Kohut of Lawtey;
Baptist Church in Ponte Vedra- a son Roger Padgett of
Palm Valley. Gainesville; six grandchildren
Mr. Lewis is survived by: his and two great-grandchildren.
wife of 43 years Lela Ruth; two Graveside services for Mr.
daughters, Linda L. Drawdy of Padgett were June 7,,2005 in Mt.
Jesup, Ga. and Jacqueline Garner Zion Cemetery, with the Rev.
of Keystone Heights; three sons, Don Denton officiating. Burial
Thomas S; Lewis of followed under the care of Archie
Jacksonville, Marshall H. Tanner Funeral Home of Starke.
Sullivan of Keystone Heights
Sand James R. Sullivan of
Wichita, Kansas; three sisters,
Virginia Shaddix of Americus, Gladys Rengering
Ga., Lucy Perdue and Lula Mae
Jones of Cordele, Ga.; brothers, WEST COLUMBIA, S.C. -
Frank .Lewis of Samson, -Ala., Gladys D. Rengering, 74, of
John Lewis of Waverly, Ala. and West Columbia, S.C. died Friday,
Dan Lewis of Warwick, Ga.; 13 June 3, 2005.
grandchildren and 18 great- Born in Panama, Mrs.
grandchildren. He was preceded Rengering was a member of St.
in death-by a- daughter Elizabeth Peter's Catholic Church.
Jerle Lewis and one grandchild. Mrs. Rengering is survived
Memorial services were by: sons, Johnny Butler of
conducted by grandson Victor Lexington, Rickv Bannister of
Drawdy of Jesup, Ga. and Pastor Washington' State, Jerry
Jim Prose. of.. I4rst ,-,Bapl.t,,,R .elg of Irmo, S.C. and;
Church. Jones Funer'al" Rome of' O i.ni Rengerirg of Orlando;
Ke \sone Heighits n charge ol daughiers, Mar\ Ann Jones of-
arrangements. Keystone Heights, Linda
Bourgeois of Melbourne and
Sarah Gassett Kathy Engelkens of Irmo; 15
irh'Gase grandchildreni and several great-
LAKE BUTLER Sarah Lillian grandchildren. She was preceded
Dekle Gassett, 77, of Lake Butler in death by her husband Paul
died Tuesday, June 7, 2005, at Rengering.
Lake Butler Hospital following a Funeral services for Mrs.
brief illness. Rengering were June 6, 2005-in
Born in Lake Butler, Mrs. Dunbar Funeral Home in Irmo.
Gassett lived in Gainesville for Burial followed in Woodridge
39 years before moving back to Memorial park.
Lake Butler in 1990. She was Memorial contributions may
owner/operator of Sarah's Beauti be made to the American Heart
Shop in, Gaines ille until her Association.




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with cancer.
Born in Tampa on April 15,
1960, Mrs. Sparks lived most of
her life in Keystone Heights. She
worked for the University of
Florida in the bookkeeping.
department. She was of the
Baptist faith.
Mrs. Sparks .is-survived by:
her husband George Sparks of
Keystegne Heights; a daughter
Ashlee Dotson of Orange Park; a
son Adam Dotson of Orange
Park; her grandmother -Winona
Ridaught of take Geneva;' her
parents JoAnn and Jack, O'Grady
of Palatka; three -brothers, Jeff
Barton,JSanford Barton and Rick
Barton, all of Waldo; a sister
Susie McKinney of Waldo; and
three grandchildren.
Funeral services for Mrs.
Sparks were June 4, 2005 in
Woodlawn Baptist .Church with
the Rev. L.D. O'Steen
conducting the services.
Interment was in Ochwilla
Cemetery in Johnson under the
care of Jones Funeral Home of
Keystone Heights.


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Dec. 4, 1937, Mr. Wilson moved
to Florahome 15 years ago from
Atlantic Beach. He was retired
from the United Sitaes Navy as a
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Clark of Jacksonville; his
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Moultrie, Ga.; and one
grandchild.
Graveside services for Mr.
Wilson were June 3, 2005 in
Jacksonville Memory Gardens
with full military honors. Burial
followed under the care of Jones
Funeral Home of Keystone
Heights.

William Ryder
WELBORN William "Bill"
Earl Ryder, 62, of Raiford died
Tuesday, May 24,,.-2-005, at the
residence of .his daughter in
Welborn following an extended
illness.
Born in Miami, Mr. Ryder
lived most of his life in Lake
Butler. He worked for the
University of Florida in
Gainesville as a grounds keeper
until ill health forced his
retirement.
Mr. Ryder is survived by: a
daughter Barbara Ann Williams
of Welborn; a companion
Carolyn,. Harvey; five step-
daughters, Judy Egant, Tammie
Foerman and Christine Dyal, all
of Lake Butler, JoAnn Bryant of
Lake City, and Louise Hall of
MNi-;issippi: four step-sons,
Frank Br)ani and Jimmy Bryant,
both of Lake Butler, Donald
Bryant and Daniel Bryant, both
of Raiford; -three brothers,
Thomas Paul Ryder of Lake CitN.
Robert Lee Ryder of Jackson ille
and James E. Ryder of Waldo;
five sisters, Eula Fortune of Lake
Butler, Mary Jane Thornton of
Lake City, Brenda S. Sloan of
Welborn, Carolyn R. Avenger of
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"Grow Old Along with Me
The Best is yet to Be"
-Robert Browning, 1812-
1889
Unlike theEnglish poet Robert
Browning, most of us look
forward to growing old with
some misgiving and
apprehension, fearful of the
things advancing age may bring. -
From my lofty view of being an
octogenarian for the past seven
years, I have news for friends
and neighbors: The view from
this vantage point isn't all bad. In
fact, some things improve with
age, but planning is required, along
with plain good luck.
Unfortunately, too many people seem
to empathize with the "good luck" part,
rather than planning for the later years
of life and finding that reacting to
events of old age takes a heavy toll on
interesting and productive living at the
expense of enjoying a time of reduced
responsibility and increasing leisure.
Begin now to think of the years beyond
your present vocation, because they
will arrive all to soon, regardless of
your being ready, and your plans to
work "until I die" may fail because of a
disability.
A "good old age" requires acceptable
health. Begin today to make good
health possible by breaking bad habits,
such as drinking to excess, smoking,
reckless driving and other habits laden
with unhealthy results. Learn to like
yourself, even at the price of changing
habits or associating witt new friends.
Make no mistake: We are'judged by the
people with whom we associate, and if
we move in the wrong group, we will
be dragged down to that level.
Elderly people bring many problems
on themselves, including loneliness
and depression, two common enemies
of happy retirement living that can be
controlled only by the individual. Too
often they sit at home and complain
that "My children never come to see
me," never admitting that they are
making no effort to being cheerful or
being able to carry on an interesting
conversation. It's true that some
children see visiting the "old folks" as
a duty, rather than a pleasure because a
litany of troubles is all they hear.
Listening to continuous complaints
by -the elderly is a sure means for
destroying a relationship.
Keeping busy is a sure-fire means of
fighting boredom and maintaining a
healthy mind, both essential to
successful retirement years. Everyone
has to determine his own area of
interest, and the number of activities- is
almost endless to those who 'make an
effort. Join a group, even if it's playing
tiddlywinks. Anything that will get you
out of the house and into company with
others is acceptable.
Don't let your children take your car
keys; keep on driving. Contrary to the
belief of some, the state isn't


discouraging old people from driving.
Actually, we have a very good record
and there are too many of us for
politicians to advocate putting us out to
pasture. Be independent and remain
independent.
Let me share with you some of my
interests. After all, I'm no longer
young, but I am busy on several fronts.
My activities may not be of interest to
everyone, but they sure beat sitting at
home looking at four walls.
I attend Sunday school and church
and take an active part. It's much more
than "something to. do" on Sunday
mornings. It takes care of the spiritual
side of life and brings me into contact
with a hundred or more people from
the community. I grew up in a church-
going family and attending Sunday
morning services is a habit of long
standing.
I play golf because of the
camaraderie of the men in our golfing
group. It is made up of retirees from
many walks of life who share love of
the game, and enjoy being with men of
good character. Contrary to jokes
concerning golf, there is no foul
language in the group, and a minimum
of gossip. In fact, conversation is
lirnited as we concentrate on the game.
I attend a singles dance -club each'
Saturday night in Lake Butler in which
most participants are age 55 and above,
although there are no age limits.
Attendance averages 100-105 each
week, drawn from eight counties in
north central Florida. We have a live
band each week and a potluck dinner,
which is usually quite good, all for $6
for members, $7 for nonmembers. It's a
real bargain for a night's dinner and
entertainment, sans alcohol or
smoking.
I have worked for the Telegraph for
more than 20 years and enjoy writing a
weekly column and the fellowship of
the personnel.
These interests may not be your
interests, but they serve as examples of
things retired people can do to combat
loneliness and depression, twin evils
that afflict older men and women who
feel sidetracked by life.
Get up and get going!
By Buster Rahn, Editorial Writer


Thursday, June 9, 2005 Page 4B


Get up and get going


commissioners
to focus on our
real needs
Dear Editor:
Something has got to be
wrong with someone who is
doing everything in his power
to waste taxpayers money.
County Commissioner John
Hersey is trying to convince
the other commissioners and
anyone else that we would
benefit from a satellite office in
the eastern part of the county.
He is saying that it will only
cost the taxpayers $35,000
dollars and the additional
employee that it will take will
be furnished by one of the
other constitutional officers. ,
First, even he is not stupid
enough to believe that will be
the ultimate cost of this mess.
Second, are we not supposed
to be putting taxpayers money
into the Santa Fe Community
College to teach junior college
students, not to expand, the
operations of county
government?
It's enough that Mr. Hersey
influenced the majority of the
county commission to double
the monies for use in
conjunction with the volunteer
fire departments.
Two questions: Has it
improved the operations and
effectiveness of the fire
departments? Has there ever-
been a building saved?
Additional, we don't have fire
protection for the entire
county. What about the first
district? Instead of pouring
money into what we don't
have, shouldn't we be trying to
give the taxpayer some real fire
protection?
Our courthouse is within 10
or 15 minutes of any part of
the county and for the most
part the vast majority of us
only have to go there once a
year. A lot of us probably
should go there more often just
to see how our money is being
wasted.
Before Mr. Hersey tries to
waste any more of our money,
maybe he should ask the
taxpayers how they feel about
it. But on the other hand how
can we expect ,someone who,,,
'-has been in the public trough,
most of his -adult life to
understand how a taxpayer feels
who has worked hard all his or
her life, about wasting taxes.
While on the subject of the
public trough, it is unfortunate
to have someone who retired
from government employment
and has moved into our county
and trying to bring the reign of
terror of the department' of
environmental -regulations on
us because we choose to burn a
wood pile instead of taking it
to a land fill.
--Look around you, most of
what you will see is timber,
now tell me what should we do
with it when the timber is
harvested? If you don't like
Bradford-County so much,
maybe you should move back
to Alachua County.
Finally, What is it going to
take to get county management
to focus on our' real needs?
Better roads, cleaner ditches,
Less government intrusion into
our private lives and saving the
taxpayer a little money now
and then. I
Malcolm Hill
Morgan Road


People urged

to make

preparations
for hurricanes
Florida Commissioner of
Agriculture and. Consumer
Services Charles H. Bronson is
reminding residents to take
steps to protect their homes,
pets and livestock now that the
2005..hurricane season is under
way.
"After last year's horrific
hurricane season, people are
taking storm preparations very
seriously," Bronson said. "But
while people are stocking up
on batteries, food and water, we
want to be sure other critical
issues are also addressed,
including their animals."
The Florida Department of
Agriculture and Consumer
Services includes the Division
of Animal Industry, which
assists citizens in evacuating
livestock, provides assistance
to farmers after a storm, and
helps people find pet-friendly
shelters and hotels. The
Department also oversees food
safety as well as the safe sale,


use, storage, handling and'
transportation of propane gas.
Bronson is providing some
tips for residents to use to'
prepare for the hurricane
season:
Propane Gas
If forced to evacuate, turn
off the propane tank service
valve and the shut-off valve on
all propane appliances.
Appliance and equipment
controls that have been under
water should be inspected by
the gas company and the
controls replaced prior to being
put back into service.
Food Safety
Stock up with foods that
require no refrigeration,
preparation or cooking.
All food contaminated by
flood water (except undamaged
metal cans), should be discarded.
Undamaged cans as well
as refrigerators, counters,
cookware dishes and glassware
contaminated by flood water
should be washed, rinsed and
sanitized in a solution of 2
teaspoons of unscented
household bleach per gallon of
room-temperature potable
water. ....
-.Keep-several gallons of
bottled water available. If under
a boil-water notice, do not use


tap water or make ice without
bringing the water to a rolling
boil for at least one minute.
Environmental ,
Store lawn chemicals and
fertilizers off the ground in a
location that is not subject to'
flooding.
Pets and Small Animal
Safety
Keep. ID tags and
vaccinations up to date.
Prepare a pet survival kit,
including food for two weeks, a
manual can opener,.
medications, a pet carrier,
bedding, and vaccination
records.
If you plan to board a pet,
make written arrangements in
advance, well before a storm
threatens.
Contact hotels and motels
along your evacuation route to
, check policies on accepting
pets and keep the list handy.
The Humane Society of
the United States (HSUS) has
prepared a helpful brochure
"Disaster Preparedness for
Pets," which can be accessed
on the web at
http://www.hsus.org/ace/18732
Horses and Livestock
Keep vaccinations and
other health requirements up to
date. -


If possible, make
arrangements in advance for
evacuation of horses. Know
where you can take your horses
for shelter along your
evacuation route. Make 'sure
your horse trailer is "ready to
go" or other transport
arrangements are prepared well
in advance. Carry your
vaccination record and health
papers with you.
If not evacuating, make
sure animals have access to
high ground in case of
flooding.
Check all gates, fences
and enclosures for loose parts
and overall sturdiness.
' Secure equipment, small
sheds and other items that may
become flying debris and injure
animals.
Price-gouging
It is illegal in Florida to
charge excessive prices for
essential items such as gas,
food, ice, lumber and lodging
following a declaration of
emergency by the governor.
Residents should report any
price-gouging by calling 1-
800-HELPFLA.
Post-disaster Scams
Con artists may prey on
residents who suffer home


damage by offering to repair
the damage with materials
leftover from a previous job.
Citizens can protect themselves
by checking with the local
building department or with the
Florida Department of Business
and Professional Regulation to
make, sure the contractor is
licensed. They should also ask
for and verify local references.
Charity scams often
surface following a disaster.
Before you give, ensure that
the charity is registered with
the Florida Department of
Agriculture and Consumer
Services by calling 1-800-
HELPFLA. Never give cash
and always write checks
payable to the organization,
not an individual.
Bronson says consumers
who are educated about the
potential dangers a natural
disaster presents to health,
home and pocketbook are more
likely to avoid being harmed or
victimized by scam artists.
Consumers can find out more
about food safety tips and
animal welfare information by
logging on to the Department's
web site at
http://www.doacs.state.fl.us
and checking but the Division
of Food Safety, and the


Division of Animal Industry
which lists pet-friendly
shelters.


BC Pop
Warner
registration
ongoing...
The Bradford County Pop
Warner Association will be
holding sign-ups at the
Bradford County fairgrounds on
Saturday, June 11, and
Saturday, June 18, from 10 a.m.
until noon.
Sign-ups are for both football
players and cheerleaders, but
the organization is especially
wanting more cheerleaders to
sign up and participate.

Fitting day for cheerleaders
will be Tuesday, June 21, at the
fairgrounds. Cheerleaders are
asked to wear bathing suits at
the fitting.
For more information on Pop
Warner registration or fitting
day for cheerleaders, please
contact Joe Gorden or Rodney
Mosley at (904) 368-0273.


Congrats
organizers;
shame
sheriff's
department
Dear Editor:
Congratulations to the
organizers of the Battle of the
Bands fundraiser for a skate
park in Keystone Heights.
Shame, shame on the Clay
County Sheriff's Department
deputies who used their
position of authority and
muscle over their need foi
knowledge, skill and ability to
exercise common sense and
crowd control.
It was obvious that the.
sheriff's department needs to
have some in-service training
sessions on crowd control and
dealing with the youth
population before working
another Battle of the Bands
concert.
I guess that when they felt
that the dancing was getting
out of hand, it never occurred
to them to cut the music. That
usually st6ps the dancing,
quiets the room and allows for
a quiet moment in which to
clarify what is acceptable and
what is not acceptable
behavior.
Going up behind a dancer on
a crowded dance floor while the
dancer is in a music frenzy and
grabbing him by he shoulder is
just not the proper approach;
and usually ends badly. And so
it did at Keystone Beach on
Saturday, June 4, 2005.
Ted A. Ward
Keystone Heights



Reader
expresses
delight in
town of
Lawtey fest
Dear Editor:
The little town of Lawtey
had a festival this past
weekend. If you went-there I
know you enjoyed yourself. I
live just a fe\% miles asaN and
I spent the entire weekend
there.
This is just the second year
they've had the festival, it is
small but already twice as large
as last year with a lot more
folks coming out. Next year I
know it will be even better.
I listened to great local
music all the time, including
wonderful singing by everyone
at Sunday's open air church
service. Both days the mayor
and his staff were out working
and keeping company with
everyone.
Someone who had evidently
lived in a lot of places
remarked to me that this was
the first town he had ever been
in where the mayor came by
and visited with him like he.
was an old friend of the family.
The kids all played in the town
park, the food was great, and
the whole experience was like
you had a huge family and they
all attended the family reunion.
If you aren't familiar with
the goings-on in Lawtey and
its immediate area, you should
know that this is the norm for.
this town.


It seems like everyone
knows everyone else, they all
try to help each other when
they can, and boy, do they love
their kids. They have problems
like any other small town, but
they do their best to work them
out, and if you're having
difficulties they will do what
they can to make it easier-for
you.
Our world has gotten so
crowded and in many ways
uncaring, but a visit to this
little jewel in Bradford County
will make you feel good again
to know there are still a few
wonderful little places like this
left for us to enjoy.
Edythe Hill
Morgan Road


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thought and hard work you put
into the "Monitor."
It's a top quality paper and I
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Keystone Heights



Shands at Starke Auxiliary
has available several volunteer
opportunities including gift
shop, reception desk, X-ray,
medical records, patient services
and filing. For information call
Helen LeVangie, (352) 473-
8580; Dolores Morgan, (904)
964-5748; Kay McKinley, (904)
964-7284; or Sharon Gaines,
(904) 964-6009.


The Bradford County Faith
Community Center
(BCFCC) is located in the
. Bradford Executive Center at 113
E. Call St., Suite A, in Starke. This
nonprofit organization
establishes partnership with
families in need, agencies and
other governmental
organizations. Call (904) 964-
5088 for information.

The Florida Department of
Elder Affairs is seeking
volunteers s for it.s Serving Health
Insurance Needs of Elders (SHINE
program The program provides
free Medicare and health
insurance information and
counseling programs. Free
training is provided. Call (800)
262-2243 for information.

BHS class of 1990 will have
a reunion meeting on Friday,
June 17, at 6 p.m. at the Steak
House. Decisions will be made
regarding the upcoming reunion.
If you have any questions contact
Teresa Bassett Swenson, (904)
777-9372.

Family Caregiver Support
Program will host a
Grandparents Raising
Grandchildren Workshop at True
Vine Outreach Ministries, 422
St. Clair St. in Starke, 12 noon,
on Monday, June 13. For more
information, call Carolyn P.
Jones at 1-800-717-3277.

Family Caregiver Support
Program will host "How to
Prevent Home Injury and Stay
Safe," at Starke Senior Center,
104 L.M. Gaines Blvd., Starke,
10 a.m. on Sunday, June 19. For
more information, call Mark at
904-964-6696.


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June 9, 2005 TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR-B-SECTION Page 5B


Shira and Turney are wed,
celebrate 3rd anniversary


Amy Marie Shira, daughter of
,the late Wallace Dean Shira and
Janet Lucretia Shira of Lawtey
was wed to Robert Orville Lynn
Turney of Keystone Heights on
June 15, 2002. The groom is the
son of George Turney of South
Bend, Indiana and the late Grace
Lacy of Jacksonville. The bride's
illness kept the couple from
announcing their wedding'at an
earlier date.
The couple exchanged rings
in the First Baptist Church of
Keystone. The ceremony was
medieval in style.
Attendants wore medieval
gowns and doublets. The bride
wore a gold crown with attached
veil and carried a white basket


of Scottish thistles and bells of
Ireland. All the attendants'
gowns and the bridal gown
were hand-made by the bride's
sister, Mary Gifford of Lawtey.
Celtic and inspirational
music played during the serv-
ice. The couple tied two ribbons
into a bow symbolizing unity,
an idea given by a friend.
Unfortunately, on their third
anniversary, now the groom
faces a serious health problem.
But with the bride and the
couple's faith at his side, the
bride rests assured he will get
through it and sends a message:
"Happy Anniversary, Robert. I
love you very much. Amy."


Skylar Elizabeth Dennis

Skylar Dennis
Bobby Dennis III and
Jennifer Harper of Hampton
announce the birth of their
daughter, Skylar Elizabeth
Dennis, on May 13, 2005 at
Shands in Gainesville. She
weighed 6 pounds, 3 ounces
and measured 18/4 inches in
length.
Maternal grandparents are
Linda Griffis of Starke and
Alex Harper of Keystone
Heights.
Paternal grandparents are
Sabra Dennis of Hampton and
the late Bobby Dennis Jr. of
Hampton.

Mary Varnum
Stanley Varnum and Deena
Crawford of Hampton
announce the birth of their
daughter, Mary Jane Varnum,
at Shands in Gainesville on
May 26, 2005.
Mary weighed 6 pounds, 11
ounces and measured 18Y2
inches in length. She joins two
sisters, Taylor Gatlin, 7, and


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Rotary Club
to honor
Al Crosby
The Starke Rotary Club and
American Legion Post 56
invite thecommunity to, honor
..,lo.n,gtijec.yic ,1e,ader Al1
Crosby on Saturday Jurie 18'.


Jeremy Goodrich and
Rachel Leonard


Leonard and
Goodrich to
wed
Marcia Clarke and Philip
Leonard, both of West Palm
Beach, announce the upcoming
marriage of their daughter,
Rachel Leonard of Kingsley
Lake, to Jeremy Goodrich, son
of Wenona Barlow 'of West
Palm Beach and Calvin
Goodrich of Syracuse, N.Y.
The bride-elect is a graduate
-of the University of Florida and
works at Meridian Behavioral
Healthcare.
The groom-elect is a graduate
of the University of Florida and
works at the VA Medical
Center.
The wedding will take place.
at noon on Saturday, June 11,
2005 in First Presbyterian
Church in Starke.
A reception will follow in
Paramount Plaza Resort and
Conference Center.
Invitations were mailed.

Healthy Start
announces
board
meeting
Healthy Start of North
Central Florida board of
directors will meet on
Thursday, June 9, at 2 p.m. at
WellFlorida Council, 18 NW
33rd Court in Gainesville.
The funding allocation
committee will meet prior to
the board meeting at 12:30
p.m.
The public is invited.
Call Celia Paynter, (352)
955-2264, ext. 314, for
information.

Venue
changed
The Reno Center Summer
Program is now meeting in the
RJE gymnasium. ,


Hope Paterson and
;i 'i Daniel Davis"


2:30-4 p.m. at the American
Legion Post 56 building at 709 Paterson and
Edwards Rd. in Starke.
Light refreshments will be Davis to wed
served from 2:30-3 while Dvi t w
guests greet Crosby and his Larry and Terri Paterson of
family. From 3-4, a program Starke announce the upcoming
will be presented on Crosby's marriage of their daughter,
career in the Armed Forces, the Hope Paterson, to Daniel Davis,
city and county, and his son of Scott and Melissa Davis
*extensive involvement with of Hampton.
Rotary and the American The bride-elect is a 1999
Legion. City and county graduate of Bradford High
dignitaries will also be on School (BHS) and is currently
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Joeleen Varnum, 10, and a
brother Adrian Varnum, 9.
Maternal grandparents are
Patricia Crawford and John
Crawford, both of Hampton.
Maternal great-grandparents
are Marilyn and Oscar Estes of
Hampton and Margret Brown of
Hampton.
Paternal grandparents are
Gail and Steve Varnum of
Hampton.
Paternal great-grandparents
are Eula Inez Kohler of
Hampton.


Perry Johnson
Madison Johnson
Kindall Johnson
Jeff and Alison Johnson of
Providence announce the birth
of triplets, a son Perry Jefferson
Johnson and daughters Madison
Dee Johnson and Kindall Mikala
Johnson, on April 14 at Shands
at UF.
Perry weighed 4 pounds, 2
ounces and measured 17 inches
in length: Madison weighed 3
pounds, 14 ounces and
measured 17 inches in length;
Kendall weighed 4 pounds, 8
ounces and measured 18.inches
in length.
Grandparents are Gary and
Ellen Johnson of Lake City and
Alan and Joan Courson of
Providence.
Great-grandparents are Carl
and Pauline Bielling, the late
Hal Croft, Pauline Courson and
the late Bob Courson, Mable
Johnson, the late Perry Johnson,
and the late Noah and RbseMay
Halbrook.


North Florida (UNF).
The groom-elect is also a
1999 graduate of BHS and
graduated from UNF with a
bachelor's degree in physical
education in April, 2005.
The wedding will take place
at 7 p.m. on Saturday, June 18,
2005 at Haile Plantation Village
Courtyard, 5100 SW 91st
Terrace, Gainesville. An adult
reception will follow at Wthe
Haile Plantation Village Hall.
No local invitations were
sent. All friends, and family are
invited.


Yard sale this
weekend at
Raiford First
Baptist
The youth of Raiford First
Baptist Church will host a yard
sale fund raiser on Friday and
Saturday, June 10 and I1,
beginning at 7 a.m. at CR-229
across from the church.
The public is invited.

Anderson and
Blankenship
towed
The marriage of Amy
Anderson and Michael
Blankenship will be held on
Saturday, June 18, 2005 at 6
p.m. at Christian Fellowship
Temple, on Seventh Street and
Ohio Avenue in Macclenny.
All friends are invited.

WORTH NOTING
The Lawtey Recreation Board
meets on the second Tuesday of the
month at 7 p.m.
A meditation and stress control
workshop is held every Thursday at
6:30 p.m. at the Senior Health Care
Center. Call to register (904) 782-
1069.


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Monday of the month at 7:30 p.m.
and a covered dish dinner on the
second Monday at 6:30 p.m.
The Bradford County Veteran
Service Officer days of service are
Tuesday and Fridays, from 8 a.m.
to 5 p.m. For inquiries, please call
(904) 966-6385.
Do you have any concerns about
your child's development? Free
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available for ages birth to 5 years.
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OBITUARIES: a


Gene Shaw
CAMBRIDGE, IDAHO -
Eugene Frazier Shaw, 69, of
Cambridge, Idaho died suddenly
on Friday, June 3, 2005, at. his
ranch.
Born June 14, 1935 in Raiford
to Ida Conner and Jerry Frazier
Shaw, Mr. Shaw grew up in
Starke and graduated from
Bradford High School in 1952.
He continued his education at the
University of Florida where he
obtained a degree in agriculture.
He attended the University of
Georgia School of Law and
worked for Purina before
graduating in 1963 from the
University of Florida College of
Law.
Mr. Shaw practiced in Starke
until he was elected to the Florida
House of .Representatives in
1966. He represented the people
of Bradford, Baker, Clay,
Columbia, Union and Nassau
counties and was elected speaker
pro tempre of the house in 1970.
Mr. Shaw privately practiced
law for 20 years in Starke.
During this time he served as
assistant to the State Attorney's
Office in Clay County and for the
zoning board of Bradford County
Commissioners. He retired from
law in 1995 and moved to
Unadilla, Ga. before buying his
ranch on the outskirts of
Cambridge with his beloved wife
Fran. Here, he was closer to his
other daughters in Sun Valley,
Idaho and could play out his
lifelong dreanis of being Kit.
Carson.
Ranch life was hard and Gene
and his wife Fran Morgan Shaw
discovered that they loved their
life but were ready to slow down a
bit. They built a new home in the
milder climate of Wickenburg,
Ariz. where they originally spent
the winter months. Mr. Shaw had
been back at his ranch for the
summer for just one month
before he died.
These last 10 years of life with
Fran where his most enjoyable,
and for this we are all grateful.
We all will truly miss a unique
man from whom we learned many
lessons. May he rest in peace.
Mr. Shaw is survived by: his
wife Fran Morgan Shaw; his
mother Ida Conner Shaw of St.
Augustine; a sister Geraldine
Shaw Bennett of Keystone
Heights; three daughters, Gina
Fink of Kathleen, Ga., Carrie
Shaw of Bellevue, Idaho iind
Robin Shaw of Ketchum, Idaho;
and three grandchildren and two.
special dogs.
Graveside services for Mr.
Shaw will be held at II a.m. on
Thursday, June 9, 2005. at the
WAuil'-'.Cemretery in Unadilla -
C. A memorial .er',ice .'. ll be
held at- the First Baptist Church-
of Starke on Saturday, June 11,
2005 at 11 a.m.
The family may be contacted at
the West residence. 716 Duncan
A\e Uinadilla or register online
. at ww w.brannen-nesmith.com.
Bannen-NeSmith Funeral
Home of Unadilla is in charge of
arrangements. Jones Funeral
Home of Starke is in charge of
local arrangements.
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Sidney Manning
LAWTEY Sidne\ Manning,
74. of Lattie\ died Thursday,
June 2,'2005, at Shands Alachua
General Hospital following an
extended illness. ;
Born in Lawiey, Mr. Manning
lied his entire life in Clay Hill
and the Bradford County area. He
retired from the state road
department in 1993 and was of
the Baptist faith.
Mr' Manning is survived by:
Shis wife Wanda Manning of
LawteN; two sons, Charlie
Manning of La%\te) and Jeffery
Ea\es of Starke; two sisters.
Lottie Davis of Cedar Hills and
SidneN Bell Martin of Lawte).
Funeral services for Mr.
Manning were June 4, 2005 in
the Chapel of Archie Tanner
Funeral Home of Starke with the
Rev. Gene Folsom officiating
with burial in Highland First
Baptist Church Cemeterx



In Memory

In Loving Memory of
Charles A. Jenkins
USN Retired
June 9, 1909-January 28, 1999
Angels live forever far beyond our
days on earth, -
And every soul receives an angel
guardian at birth.
Invisible, these angels never leave
us, day or night. They kno\ our'
fears and whisper; "Things are
going to be all right." .
They give us strength and purpose,
keep our hope and courage strong.
They fill our minds with wisdom
and our spirits with a song.


And when ihe lne in this world
comes tojourney's end. Our angel
walks beside us like a kind and
familiar friend.
And as we leave this place we've'
ever known, We see our angel's
smile at last and hear "You're '
home ... you' re home."
Loving and inissin you still.
Your daughter,
Janice Pownall


In Memonj

In Loving Memory of
Earl Wayne Murray
March 18, 1951 June 17, 2002
Dearest Daddy,
God saw you were getting tired
and a cure was not to be,
so he put his arms around you,
and whispered "Come with me.
With tearful eyes we saw you suffer
and watched you fade away.
Although we loved you dearly,
we could not make you stay.
A golden heart stopped beating,
Hard-working hands to rest.
God broke our hearts to prove to
us,
he only takes the best.
It's lonesome here without you.
We miss you more each day.
Life doesn't seem the same
since you went away.
When days are sad and lonely,
and everything goes wrong,
we seem to hear you whisper.
cheer up and carry on.
Each time we see your picture,
you seem to smile and say,
"Don't cry, I'm in God's hands,
We'll meet again someday."
A million times we've missed you.
A million times we've cried.
If love could have saved you,
you never would have died.
Love always,
Elaine, Wayne, Valerie & Ayden


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Students who graduated with the class of December, 2004, included (1-r), first row, LaKendra Filer, Lisa Robertson,
Leda Holloway, Jennifer Walker, Gerri Jefferson, Cissy Lanier-Smith, Lisa Hall, Jill Crawford (Bradford), Bridget
Frampton, Yalori Coker, Natasha Odom (Union), Qiuan Rossin, Tina Brown; second row, Thomas Parrish, Lisa
Norman, Alicia Raulerson, Gloria Banks (Bradford), Pamela Pittman, Tallie Culpepper, Crystal Stephens, Ashley
Philmon, Mindy Creamer (Union), Kimberly Sikes Leslie Greene, Donna Teasley (Clay); third row, Catrina Edwards
(Union), Michelle Pearson, Alecksandra Pantoja, Jessica Higginbotham, Rebecca Pride, Cathy Passberger, Diane
Clark, Kelly Harry, Christin Brannen (Union), Christina Raulerson (Union), Chasity Wood (Union), Allison Dicks and
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LCCC Practical Nurses rank higher than national level


The Lake City Community
College (LCCC) nursing
department recently announced
that the Practical Nursing Class of
December 2004 ranks in the top
10 percent on their licensure


examination with a 100 percent
class pass rate. This is higher than
the state level which is 85.5
percent and even higher than the
national level of 88.7 percent.
The last time this high score


was achieved was in 1995. This
exam is a national exam and upon
passing, the state of Florida board
of nursing then renders its.
permission to the student to
practice as a licensed practical


nurse.
For more information on the
practical nursing program contact
Judy Clemons, LCCC
coordinator/instructor for practical
nursing, at (386) 754-4348.


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In Loving Memory of Joanne olmces HJundey
Dec..8, 1954 June 3, 2002

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No arrests in
bank robbery
All leads are being followed
in the investigation of last
week's robbery at a Starke
bank.
"'We are attempting to
identify the suspect, but at this.
time we have not made an
arrest," Lt, Barry Warren said.
"We are looking into a robbery
that occurred in an other
jurisdiction where the robber
used a similar method. It could
be the same suspect," Lt.
Warren said.
..-'-Mercantile Bank in Starke
was robbed Tuesday, May 31,-
at approximately 12:28 p.m. of
an undisclosed amount of U.S.
currency.,
A lone black male presented
a handwritten note to the teller
demanding money, but never
displayed a weapon, Lt. Warren
said. The money given to the
robber was in $50s and $100s,
Lt. Warren said. The suspect
took the note with him when
he left the scene in an
unknown type, large four-door
vehicle, possible cream or light
beige in color, travelling south
on Orange Street.
Arriving on the scene several
minutes after the robbery,
police stopped all traffic and
searched the area, but failed to
find the robber, Lt. Warren
said.
The suspect was described as
being in his mid 30s to early
40s. He is estimated to be 240
to 250 lbs. and 6'2" to 6'4"
tall. He was wearing a long
sleeve pull-over shirt with
three to four buttons at the top
and gray sweat-type -pants, Lt.
Warren said.
Anyone with information is
asked to contact SPD at 964-
5400.


Police
justified
in shooting
A grand jury will not have, to
hear the case involving a
Starke police officer who shot
a woman as she pointed a gun
at him.
"It is my conclusion that
they (the' officers) clearly acted
appropriately," State Attorney
Bill Cervone said.
i The announcement came
after Cervone met with the
officers and investigators from
the Florida Department of Law
" Enforcement. who did an
independent review of the April
14 shooting. Based on the
findings, Cervone said he
decided a grand jury did not
have to hear the case.
Deborah K. Buffington, 52,
of Starke told her husband she
was going to kill herself.
When. police arrived at her
residence they found Buffington
had fired a shot that travelled.
through her home, entered the
house next door and struck
Mary-Williams, 'who was in,
her kitchen.
Buffington then barricaded
herself in her own bathroom.
Officers James Hooper and
Jasdn Cr.ct) tempted to talk
to Buffinpgion .and then to force
the door of the bathroom open
after a second shot was fired.
EL f ,in_:.n opened the door and
,apq-a.e. with a high-powered
rifle in her hand. When
istuted to drop the weapon,
sf:''' p,'inted the rifle at
Officer Hooper.
Officer Hooper fired one
round from his service weapon,
"irii:irg Buffington in the
abdominal area.
Both Buffington and
Williams are continuing to
recover from their injuries.
"It is my conclusion that the
acitins of officers Cro'by and
H'.o.per cri tituted lawful self-
defen In addition, because


the events involved are all
clearly contained on audio tape,.
- Officer Hooper,-fl -particular, at-
least in my view, should be
commended for- his restraint
under circumstances that could
easily have resulted in fatal
injuries," Cervone said.
Charges are pending against
Buffington, Cervone said. That
decision will not be made until
prosecutors receive additional
information about her medical
status, Cervone said.

Four charged
with cashing
stolen
checks
Four individuals were:
charged last week with cashing
stolen checks.
Dawnya Mosley, 20, of
Keystone Heights and
Christopher Chastain, 19, and
Jaclyn Becker, 22, both of
Starke, were arrested June I by
Sgt. William Brown. on
multiple charges of uttering a
forged instrument and grand
theft. The three are charged
with cashing checks in the
amount of $5,700 and $4,000
at a local bank on May 27,
Sgt. Brown said. They
attempted to cash a third stolen
check on May 28 for $9,500,
Sgt. Brown said.
The checks had been stolen,
from a family member, Sgt.,
Brown said.
Chastain and Becker were
released after a $15,000 surety
bond was posted for each of
them. Mosley was released
June 3 after a $10,000 surety
bond was posted.
Rebecca Hughes of Hampton'
was charged by sworn
complaint with principal in the
first degree.


Recent
arrests
in Bradford,
Clay or Union
The following individuals
were.arrested recently b) local
law- enforcement officers in
Bradford, Clay (Keystone
Heights area) or Union
County:
Michael .floge, 23. of
"Brooker"wasi"'rtested May 31
by Bradford Sgt. Danny Wolfe
for grand theft, manufacturing
drug paraphernalia and
possession of cannabis. During
a. warrant arrest the deputy
found pipes used to smoke
crack in Hodge's possession.
Hodge admitted to making
pipes for other people, Sgt.
Wolfe said. Surety bonds
totalling $20,000 were posted
for his release from custody.


150 S. Lawrence Blvd.
Ke) stone Heights
(across from Dollar General)


Geneva Lucille Prevatt, 34,
of Starke was arrested June 4
by- Starke- Officer Thomas-
Murrow for domestic battery.
Prevatt is charged with hitting
the victim in the head with a
potted plant during an
argument. The victim sustained
a black eye, multiple cuts and
bruises. Both subjects smelled
strongly of" an alc6hollic
beverage, Sgt. Crews said.
Bond was set at $1,000.
Wesley. Nathan Bailey, 19, --
of Lawtey wafarrested Tune 6.
by Officer Murrow for
possession of an alcoholic
beverage by a person under 21.
He was released after a $1,000
surety bond was posted."
Bruce Allen Barnes; 46, of
Starke was arrested June 3 by
Starke Officer David Bukowski
for possession of drug
paraphernalia. Responding to a
call of two subjects possibly
doing drugs, Officer Bukowski
found Barnes with a homemade
crack pipe iri his hand. The.
pipe contained residue and steel
wool .used as a filter, Officer
Bukowski said. Bond for the
charge was set at $1,000.
Richard Baugess, 28, of
Lawtey was arrested June 3 by
Starke Officer Matthew Watson
for battery domestic, battery
and burglary. Police received a
complaint of a man yelling
profanities at T.H.E. Apts.
When they arrived they found
Baugess, who had kicked in a
door and thrown furniture in
one of the apartments, Officer
Watson said. He is charged
with hitting one of two
victims in the face and shoving
both of them into the wall.
Officer Watson said. Baugess
was released on his own
recognizance -by- Judge Elzie
Sanders.
Michael Sawyer of Starke
,was: arrested June I by Starke -
Sgt. Richard Crews- --for-
possession of cannabis 'and
possession with intent -to-
distribute. Bond was set at
$10,000. ..;

Luis Alberto Cha\arria. 45,
of Lake Butler was arrested
May 31 by Union Deputy
Mindy B. Goodwin for petit
theft. Chavarria is charged with
attempting to steal a sandwich
from a cqqnQyniene store.
Johnny Broestler, 37, of
Brooker was arrested May 31
by Bradford Deput) David
Thompson for battery.
Charles Henderson, 26, of
Starke was arrested June I by
Bradford Deputy David Young
on writs of bodily attachment
from Clay and Duval. He may
purge by paying $1,500 on
each. He was transported to


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Kevin Bridges, 36, of
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Vernon Godbolt,.57, of Lake
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surety bond was posted for his
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Michael Taylor, 25, of
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violation of probation
introduction of contraband.
Billy Cavender, 27, of
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31 by Bradford Major Danny
Pearson for failure to appear
domestic battery. A $5,0001
surety bond was posted for his
release.
Steven Stanton, 31, of.
Starke ws arrested June 5 by
Clay deputies for possession of
cannabis and possession use of
drug paraphernalia.

Pencie Massey, 37, of
Lawtey was arrested May 31 by
Alachua Deputy Aldridge for
failure to appear criminal
mischief. scheme to defraud and
issuing worthless check. Total
bond was set at $12,000.
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possession of cannabis. A
$4,000 surety- bond was posted
for his release from custody.
Randall Pass, 49, of Starke
was arrested June 3 by Officer
Watson for failure to appear
worthless check (five counts)
from Alachua County. Bond
was set at $250 on each of the
charges.
W.. illianm Hender.son, 55, of
Lawtey was arrested June 4 for
failure to appear violation of
probation disorderly
intoxication and trespass after
warning. Bond was set at
$5,000.
David Arn, 22, of Starke was
arrested June 2 by Sgt. Crews
for violation of probation sale
of narcotics from St. Johns
County.
Jessica Ann Fletcher, 23, of
Ray City, Ga. was arrested
May 30 by Palm Beach
deputies on a Bradford warrant
for failure to appear aggravated
battery with a deadly weapon.
She was placed in custody of
the Bradford County Jail June 3
with bond set at $10,000.
Marshall Francis Croy Jr.,
19, of Starke was arrested June
3 by Starke Officer Stephen
Murphy on a warrant from
Fayetteville, Ark. as a fugitive
from justice and for battery,
theft of property with no bond.
Ronda Yvette' McGrew, 31..
of Starke was' arrested June 3
by Officer 'Murphy for failure
to appear compliance failure to
return leased property. She was
released from custody after a
$297.50 cash bond was posted.
Betty Mae Lott, 29, of
Starke was arrested June 3 by
Officer Bukowski for failure to
appear trespass in structure.
Bond was set at $4,500.
Oliver Jay Ketzenburg, 44,
of Worthington Springs was
arrested June 2 by Union Lt.
H.M. Tomlinson on a warrant
for violation of probation.
Bond was set at $5,000.


Johnathon Lee, 22, of Lake
City was arrested June 2 by Lt.
Tomlinson on a warrant for
failure to appear felony offense.
Bond was set at $15,000.
Monique Lussier, 23, of
Keystone. Heights was arrested
June 6 by Clay deputies on
warrants for violation of
probation worthless checks and
battery.
Raenelle Berievich, 37, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
June 5 by Clay deputies on a
warrant for obtaining property
with worthless check.

Traffic
William James Kent, 28, of
Hampton was arrested June 2
by Starke Officer Paul King for
driving while license suspended
or revoked (DWLS) and
possession of controlled
substance. Kent's vehicle was
stopped just before midnight
for having a cracked-
windshield. He did not have- a:
license. In Kent's pocket thie
officer found 12 tablets of-
Clonazepam. Surety bonds
totalling $2,500 were postedT
for his release from custody.
Eric Eisenhower, 25, of
Gainesville was arrested June 1
by Starke Officer Danny Brown-:
for wilful-wanton reckless.
driving. Eisenhower's vehicle
was travelling north in the
southbound lane on U.S. 301.
The officer, travelling
southbound, had to swerve his---
patrol .vehicle to miss thle
approaching vehicle-.
Eisenhower was stopped and
taken into custody. He was
later released on his own
recognizance by Judge Sanders.
Kevin Hatcher, 47, of
Pensacola was arrested June 5
for failure to appear D\LS and
possession of cannabis. Bond
was set at $3,000.
Alexis Taylor, 32, of
Jacksonville was arrested June
4 by Florida Highway Patrol
Trooper Stewart Smith for
failure to appear DWLS and
possession of marijuana. Bond
was set at $10,000.


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LCCC is
offering law
enforcement
program
'Lake City Community
College is pleased to announce
it will be offering a Basic Law
Enforcement Program in the
Curriculum Maintenance
System (CMS) format,
scheduled to begin on Monday,
July 18, at the Criminal Justice
Training Center in Olustee.
- Hours of this program ,will be
8 a.m. through 5 p.m. Monday
through Friday (and possibly
some weekends):-All applicants
must -meet the minimum
requirements of the Florida-
Basic Abilities Test for Law
Enforcement and undergo a
criminal-history fingerprint
check.
A mandatory preregistration/
orientation meeting is
schedotled.for Monday. July 11,
at 8 a;.fi at the Olustee campus.
All interested applicants need
to call the Law Enforcement
Division at (386) 754-4391 or
(386) 754-4303 for more
information.


SNELL
Continued from p. 1B

how to do something," Snell
said. "That's a barrier I try to
break through with the kids
who enter my class the first day
because they have that fear of
mnath. I want them to walk in on
the first day and feel
comfortable."
Snell said she looks for those
students-especially in her high
school classes-who are the
least interested in being in her
class. She tries to show 'them
how what she is teaching
applies to real life.
-"If you can apply it to
something .in -real --life-,
something that is actually going
on, then they're really going to
be excited about it,"'' Snell said.
Snell spent some time living
and teaching in Hawaii before
moving back to Florida. She
accepted a temporary position
at Bradford High School (she
mo ed into the area during the
middle of the school year)
before being hired at
Middleburg.
She began teaching ji Sjant
Fe when she wentooJkmig._ior a-
carfculus course to take as a
refresher and found there were
courses that had not been
assigned instructors yet. Snell
said.
"I said, 'Well, I'll help )ou
out.' That's son of how it came
about and I've been here eser
since." Snell said. "I just lore
it."
Snell has two
children-Jonathon. 22, and
Shannon, 20-and her husband.
Gylum, is still b) her side.
thanks to Snell donating one of
her kidneys to him.
There was no question that
she wanted to donate a kidney
to- her husband if she could.
'Snell said. She recalled the
death of her father to cancer I I
years ago and how she could do
nothing to help him.
She did not w ant to
experience that feeling of
helplessness again.
"I told the doctor I wanted to
be tested as a possible donor."
she said. -
The doctor told her chances
were slim that her kjdneys
would be a good match. but


_CR1ME. -..


Nurses in the Shands at Starke system were recognized and _thanked at -a
reception during Nurses Week. Those attending included: (front row, from
left) Lisa Barnett, Dianna Bailey, Andrea Waterhouse, Linda Cruce, Kathy
Lumpkins, (middle row, from left) Bonny Green, Martha Epps, Lori
Peterson, Rena Yates, Wendy Miller, Melanie Duel, Deana Crawford, (back
row, from left) Diana Jackson, Angela Tennant, Judy Williams, Linda
Dipaolo, Annette Jones, Sherry Davis, Michelle Lovell, Marcia Davis,
Cherry Caulk, Linda Pepe.


Santa Fe Community College instructor Cindy Snell goes over an algebra problem
with student Centoya Chandler.


they turned out to be such a
good match that he asked Snell
if she and her husband were
blood relatives.
The doctor told Snell and her
husband about an experimental
procedure that was, being'done
at [lie N''Jfl,, ii I 'n-iIrLjIt c It
Health in Betheda. lIjd.. that
the%\ wouldd be L'iood candidates
for The\ participated. ith the
end result that G(\lunm :nl\
takes one anti-suppressant
medication. '. which is also non-
steroidal. a daN
Snell said G\lum %ill be
monitored for the nest fi\e
Nears. but he is doing great and


is back at work.
"Even though we're guinea
pigs, we're part of a program
that's going to eventually help,
literally, millions of people,"
Snell said. "Again, it goes back
to' being part of "research and
b' ,I I pv a t Of' tihle lej ninl
pr.s s. --
-hh. back to the concept of
learning. It's something Snell
will alh als strike for.
"I tell m.i husband if \ou
don't learn something e'ern da\
of \our life. then that da% \\as
wasted." she said. "'1 don't care
hcw' trinial or how small the
knowledge is. It doesn't matter.


You have to exercise your
brain. You have to put stuff in
there or you become lethargic.
"Life would be boring if you
didn't learn every day."


Recent


by Union Deputy James Lee
frr ofWl ,nrl ndcLccci rf


S. ....-.nu possess. UonI
arrests cannabis. Rentz' vehicle was
stopped on C.R. 231 for
in Bradford, speeding. He did not have a
Clay Of IUnion driver's license but did have a
lay r Unio plastic bag with marijuana and
The following individuals a Florida identification card in
were arrested recently by local his pocket, Deputy Lee said.
law enforcement officers in
Bradford, Clay (Keystone Omar Rashaun Aldridge, 25T
Heights area)_ or_ Union of Starke_w-as-arrested-June-3-
- unty------- by Officer Murrow for DWLS
with knowledge, possession
Traffic suspended license, expired tag
more than six months and
Robert William Flory Jr., altered license plate. Surety
23, of Keystone Heights was bonds totalling $2,000 were
arrested June 5 by Bradford Sgt. posted for his release.


wayne McIntire for fleeing
attempting to elude a police
officer. Flory's vehicle was
speeding (83mph in 45mph
zone) on S.R.100. He
continued at a high rate of
speed when the deputy activated
his emergency lights, failing to
stop at stop signs, Sgt.
McIntire said. The Honda was
located behind a home of
Southeast 31st Street. Flory
came out of the nearby woods,
stating he ran because he did
not have a tag or insurance,
Sgt. McIntire said. He was also
issued citations for unlawful
speed, no tag and no insurance.
Andre Xavier Rentz, 18, of
Gainesville was arrested June 4


Paul Allen Holt, 19, of
Lawtey was arrested June 5 by
Officer Murrow for allowing an
unauthorized minor to drive.
Hew-as released after a $500
cash bond was posted. -
John W. Tucker,. 39, of
Starke was arrested June 4' by'
Bradford Sgt. George Konkel
for DWLS. Bond was set at
$500.
Jeramie David Backus, 26, of
Keystone Heights was arrested-
June 4 by Officer Murrow for
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Section C: Thursday, June 9, 2005 Telegraph Times Monitor
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New law

allows free
credit reports
to be obtained
Your credit record can
determine a lot about your
financial future, from how
much credit you get to whether
-you are offered a job. That's
why Florida's Chief Financial
Officer Tom Gallagher is
urging Floridians to take
advantage of a new law that lets
consumers get free annual
credit reports.
"Floridians should carefully
check their credit reports for
errors and incomplete
information," said Gallagher,
who is spearheading efforts to
promote financial literacy
among Floridians of all ages
and economic levels. "Identity
theft can be stopped early by a
thorough examination of the
details in a credit report. Good
credit is an asset worth
protecting."
Once each year Floridians
can review their credit reports
at no charge due to this change
in the law, which went into
effect June 1. Reports can be
obtained online at
www.annualcreditreport.com
(forms to mail in may also be
dowloaded at this site). Call 1-
877-322-8228 (toll free) to
obtain free reports by mail. You
may also purchase your credit
score for a fee of $6.95 when
you request your free annual
credit report.
Credit reports contain
numerous types of
information-details about debt
such as mortgages, consumer
loans, credit cards and
bankruptcies. Requesting a
report will give the consumer
the opportunity to find any
inaccuracies and correct them.
Mortgage lenders and credit
card issuers rely on credit
reports to make credit decisions
and to assign interest rates.
Insurance companies and
potential employers are also
now using the reports to decide
whether to issue insurance' or
make job offers.
Make it a habit to check your
credit reports .on a frequent
basis and address any
discrepancies or errors that may
exist. Reviewing and managing
your credit is important for two
reasons. First, if someone has
stolen your identity _you will
know because you will see
inquiries and new debt on the
report that you didn't initiate.
Second, because many creditors
use credit reports to rate your
-ecreditworthiness and establish
an interest rate, if yours is
correct you may save money on
loans and other types of credit.
If you find discrepancies in
your report, keep these tips in
mind when trying to correct
information in your credit
report:
It is common to receive
mail, telemarketing pitches and


Second

attempt at
Strawberry
Invitational is

this weekend
The 39th annual Strawberry
Invitational, which was
postponed earlier this year
because of heavy rains, is set to
try to get underway again this
Saturday and Sunday, June 11-
12, at the Starke Golf and
Country Club.
There is no admission fee for
spectators, who can walk the
course and watch the players. In
fact, friends and families are
encouraged to come out and
cheer on the contestants and see
the improvements made to the
course in the past year.
Tournament format is 36-hokle
stroke play with prizes for eacl
flight. Each flight's first-place
finisher will receive a set ol
Titleist 704 CBs. Second-place
finishers will receive Titleis
983K drivers and third-place
finishers will receive Titleis
Vokey design wedges.
For more information on th(
tournament, please call (904
964-5441.


e-mail from credit repair
businesses offering to help
upgrade credit ratings, remove
bad credit or even acquire a
new Social Security number.
These promises are aimed at
getting more money from those
of-people already in financial


trouble.
Be cautious' of companies
that want you to,pay for credit
repair services in advance or
that recommend against
contacting a credit bureau
directly. .
Be- wary of a company that


suggests you try to invent a
"new" credit report by applying
for an employer identification
number to use instead of your
Social Security number.
Understand that there are
possible crimes related to credit
repair. For example, you can be


charged and prosecuted for mail
or wire fraud if you use the mail
or telephone to apply for credit
and provide false information.
It is a federal crime to make
false statements on a loan or
credit application, to
misrepresent your Social


Security number or to obtain an
employer identification number
from the Internal Revenue
Service under false pretenses.
No one can legally remove
accurate and timely negative
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Twice the fun...
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The city of Lawtey hosted its
second Trail Ridge Festival last
weekend in Tatum Bros. Park,
expanding the event from one
day, as last year's inaugural
event was, to two.
Food, vendors, music and the
crowning of Little Mr. and Miss
Trail Ridge and Mr. and Mrs.
Trail Ridge were part of the
festivities, which coincided with
the Yulee Railroad Days
festivals taking place in various
towns.


Awards were handed out, as
well. Kathy Brown won the
chicken-and-rice cook-off,
while Steve Norris, with two
separate entries, took second
and third. Norris also won the
dessert bake-off, with Olivia
Scott placing second.
Booth awards were presented
to Morgan Sawyer Violins
(arts), RBH Seasonings
(commercial), Serendipity
(craft) and Catty Shack
(exhibit).


Kelcie Bass may just be 2 years old, but she shows
that, with a little help from Mom (Amy Bass), she's old
enough to ride a pony.


Kaylee Bass has her "Little Miss Trail Ridge" sash
adjusted by Raye Snow.


Henry Hodges
helps himself to a
few pickles to go
along with his
chicken-and-rice
lunch.


ABOVE: Dallas
Christoffers (right)
looks over some of the
brain-teaser puzzles
that David Janelle had
to offer. LEFT: Lisa
Harley and Clayton
Troyer look over some
wood handicrafts of one
of the vendors at the
festival.


Mary Brown
prepares some
ribs to go at the
Mt. Zion AME
tent. Church
members also
served up
chicken and
sweet potato pie.


Kathy Brown dishes up
some dessert for
festival judges. Brown
earned first place in the
chicken-and-rice cook-
off.


The Trail Ridge Festival royalty consisted of (from left) Olivia Scott, Kaylee Bass,
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Maintaining a strong faith


During difficult times


* Local family
dealing with its
second cancer-
stricken member.


Joseph Birt, a 3-year-old boy who is battling leukemia, and his family will enjoy a
week-long trip to Disney World courtesy of Dreams Come True and the Shands at
Starke laboratory staff, which helped raise money for the trip. Pictured above (from
left) are Joseph's mother, Angela Birt, and Joseph's sister, Katie, Shands at Starke
laboratory employee Linda Bowen and her dog, Hay U, who helped generate
publicity for the fundraiser, Shands laboratory employee Judy Jones and Josehp
with his father, Gene Birt.



Community helps make


child's dream come true


By CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer

Shands at Starke laboratory
employees decided to turn
attention away from themselves
during National Laboratory
Week and focus the spotlight on
the community in which they
work.
The result? A dream come
true for 3-year-old Joseph Birt
and his famih.
Birt, who is called .Jo-Jo by
those who know him, will enjoy.
a trip to Disney World thanks in
part to a fundraiser held by the
Shands at Starke laboratory
employees and the Dreams
Come True organization, which
serves children who have been
diagnosed with life-threatening
illnesses. Jo-Jo is currently
battling leukemia.
Angela Birt, Jo-Jo's mother,
said Jo-Jo is looking forward to
the trip, which %ill occur in
July, but he's not the only one.


The trip will provide the
family-Jo-Jo's parents
(Angela and Gene), his sister
(Katie) and Angela's parents
(Lydia and William Phillips)
and sister (Rusti Lynn)-a
chance to get away from
doctors and the hospital for a
while and spend a fun week
together.
"It means a lot to us," Angela
said. "We're having dreams
about this so-called 'dream.'"
Dreams Come True is a
nonprofit organization in which
100 percent of its donationsgo
toward "dream fulfillment."
The Shands at Starke laboratory
staff helped with Jo-Jo's .dream
by hosting a "Bargain Barn"
fundraiser in the hospital's
atrium. The event raised
$2,606.50.
"The whole community and
hospital just really supported
us," said lab employee Linda
Buoen.
Bo',en and' co-worker JudN
Jones were responsible for


planning something for
National Laboratory Week.
They decided it would be better
to have some type of benefit for
the community rather than
"patting each other on the
back," Bowen said. ,
It was Bowen's husband,
Dan, who suggested they
contact Dreams Come True to
see if they could help in any
way. She called and talked to,
Lynn Read, director of the
Gainesville office of Dreams
Come True. Read told Bowen
no child from Bradford County
had been nominated (a
physician has to nominate a
child for a dream), but any
money raised could be set aside
until such a child was
nominated.
With no particular person in
mind, Shands laboratory
employees distributed fliers
throughout the county and
visited local restaurants. A visit
to Cedar',River led to .the
discovery of Jo-Jo and his
condition. The restaurant
accepted monetary donations in
a jar to help the Birt family pay
for Jo-Jo's medical expenses.
Bowen said she called Read
and asked about how Jo-Jo
could be nominated for a
dream. It just so happened that
Jo-Jo had recently been
nominated by his physician.
.The Bargain Barn now had a
face to go along with it. The

See DREAM, p. 4C


By CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
From one trying time to
another, life has not been easy
for Starke resident Angela Birt
and her family in the last 15
months, but she clings to her
faith and believes she and her
family will once again
experience a "normal" life.
Birt was on the cusp of
entering remission from cancer
when she found out her 3-year-
old. son, Joseph (Jo-Jo), also
had the disease. What should
have been a time of triumph
turned into despair.
"I was in remission," Birt
said. "In our hearts, we were
feeling like we're fixing to get a
normal life. It just felt like we
got crushed again."
However, that despair has not
lingered. Birt can look at her
own battle and see that there is
hope for her little boy.
"God pulled me through it
and we know that he's going to
pull (Jo-Jo) through it," Birt
said. "That's the only way we
make it through this-we have
faith in God."
Angela, who also has a 4-
year-old daughter (Katie), was
diagnosed with Hodgkin
lymphoma in March 2004. Jo-
Jo was diagnosed with leukemia
in November. Now Angela has
to watch her son go through the
same thing she went through.
"I dread taking him to get
chemo because I know (how it
is)," she said.


It was apparent to Angela and
her husband, Gene, that
something was wrong with Jo-
Jo prior to his diagnosis. He
was always sick and his
condition never improved. Then
one day Angela, while in the
hospital, got a call that Jo-Jo
had been picked up from
Northside Christian Academy
and was being taken to the
hospital because of the presence
of petechia-little purple
'bumps on the skin's surface as
the result of a low number of
platelets.
Since being diagnosed with
-leukemia, Jo-Jo has undergone
four blood transfusions and five
platelet transfusions. Every two
to three weeks Jo-Jo must spend
time in a hospital for


treatments. Every four weeks he
is put to sleep while he
undergoes a type of
chemotherapy in which a drug
is injected into his spine.
Even when he is at home, Jo-
Jo undergoes chemotherapy.
Every night he takes one drug
by mouth and once a week he
takes a second drug by mouth.
* The chemotherapy treatments
can leave Jo-Jo feeling very
sick at times, but, for the most
part, Angela said her son acts
like any normal boy. His
experience, however, seems to
have matured him.
"He acts a little grown up
now because he's around adults
all the time," Angela said. "He
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DREAM
Continued from p. 3C
Shands at Starke laboratory
staff had booths set up at the
Bradford County Fair and
Strawberry Festival, informing
the public of the fundraiser.
Dan Bowen also helped
promote the event. He teamed
up with "Hay U," the Bowens'
dog, to entertain people at the
Strawberry Festival. Hay U
performs atop a large inflated
ball and he proved to be a
poptilar attraction.
"That was real positive PR
for us," Linda Bowen said.
People were asked to donate
various items for the Bargain
Barn-CDs, books, -movies,
toys, clothing, jewelry,
collectibles, kitchen supplies,
etc. Bowen said the response
was tremendous. The number of
items donated reached a point
where an unused room in the
hospital had to be used to store
items because the laboratory
was running out of room.
The response was also great
in the number of people who
attended the Bargain Barn,
which was held on April 29.
Bowen said people were lining
u'p outside the hospital, waiting
to get inside.
"It was a steady flow of
people all day long," Bowen
said.
The highlight of the Bargain
Barn was when Jo-Jo and his
family showed up, Bowen said.
She told each family member
they could help themselves to
anything they saw they liked at
the fundraiser.
"It took Joseph about five
seconds to find a mechanical
robot," Bowen said.
Each family member gave


Debbie Mize of Scarlett's shows off endless frame styles customers can choose from;
shadow boxing services and collectibles are also available.


Antiques expert finds


and preserves the past.


By LINDA ZCHORR
Telegraph Staff Writer

An eastward stroll along Call
Street's historical business
district in Starke will soon lead
the walker to the city's edge,
but not until they have passed
three major antique shops.
Sisters Antiques & Gifts,
Forget Me Not Antiques &
Gifts and Scarlett's Southern
Accents are all within a stone's
throw of each other.
The pale-yellow and rusty-
brown colored store front of
Scarlett's can be found sitting
quietly at the far right end of


the building. Glass display
windows flank the front doors,.
revealing a dimly-lit scene
enclosing stained glass
windows, a potted flower and
sculptures of a rooster and a
whimsical young boy tending to
a garden.
Owner Debbie Mize proudly
told the tale of how her store
came about.
Mize has been doing antiques
since 1977. She started in
Pensacola, traveled quite a bit,
opened a shop in Orange Park,
outgrew it and then the Stump's
building went on the market.
She bought the building around
seven years ago, then


completely restored it.
Scarlett's enclosing building,
an antique in itself, went up in
1898 and evolved from a horse
stable to an armory until it
encompassed Stump's
department store for many
years. Mize was pleasantly
surprised when, during the
festival, the daughter of the past
department store owner popped
into her shop. This was Mize's
first in-person meet with the
charitable Lillian Stump. As the
saying goes, said Mize, "If you
want something done, she's the
woman to go 'to."
See ANTIQUE, p. 6C


Linda Bowen's husband, Dan, talks to Joseph, who is
enjoying a cookie, while Hay U looks on.


Bowen and the other lab
employees big hugs. Bowen
admitted she was overwhelmed
by emotion when Jo-Jo hugged
her and thanked her for the
robot.
"I just teared up," she said.
Those surely weren't the first
tears shed for Jo-Jo and will
probably not be the last, but for
one week next month, it is
hoped he and his family will be
all smiles. Suzanne Crittenden,
executive director of Dreams
Come True, said experiencing a
dream often provides the first
.laugh a child has enjoyed in


months.
The dreams really work in
two ways, Crittenden said.'
First, they give children with
life-threatening illnesses
something positive to look
forward to. Second, they
provide the children with
lasting, happy memories.
"Basically, a dream (come
true) is the best medicine you
can think of," Crittenden said.
If you would like to know
more about Dreams Come True,
please visit the organization's
Web site at
www.dreamscometrue.org.


FAITH
Continued from p. 3C

wants to go school so bad. He
wants to play with kids and I
just can't let him right now."
The Birt family is
shouldering an emotional
burden, to be sure, as well as a
financial burden, especially
coming on the heels of
Angela's bout with cancer. The
family, however, has received
tremendous support from the
community., fellow family
members and Shands hospital
staff.
For starters; Angela said the
staff in the 45 Unit at Shands at
the University of Florida has
been "awesome," adding that
the hospital employees have
been just like family..
Then there are the other
moms and dads at the hospital,
who help support each other.
"You make so many friends
there," Angela said.
Angela does not discount the
tremendous support she has
received from her
parents-William and Lydia
Phillips-and Gene's.
parents-Ron and Miriam Birt
and Lucian and Ann Bradley.
She gives a lot of credit to her


father for helping her with her
state of mind by giving her
some encouraging words after
she was diagnosed with
Hodgkin lymphoma. She said
her father expressed an
unwavering belief that she was
going to beat cancer.
"He said he made me strong
and he knew I could do it,"
Angela said. "I will never forget
what he said."
Financially, several area
businesses, including Cedar
River, Dick's Wings and
Larry's Giant Subs, have set up
jars to collect donations to help
the family with medical costs.
Also, several businesses have
"been understanding-when -the "
Birts have been unable to make
payments, for which the Birts
have been grateful, Angela said.
There have been numerous
individuals who have lent their
support to the family, as well.
People like Ehrline Tinley,
Wynette Browning, Maxine
Gay, Kesha Loacano, Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Thompson, Chris
Plemons, Ema Sheppard, the
entire "bus barn" and the
members and staff at Northside
Baptist Church/Northside
Christian Academy are just
some who have been helpful
during a trying time.
Then there is the Shands at
Starke laboratory staff, which


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conjunction with the Dreams
Come True organization, will
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next month (see related story).
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she would like to start a
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resources to live on and cover
the medical expenses of a sick
family member.
Angela .said she envisions
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people have been there for me,"
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I could only

imagine

By JOHN WHITFIELD
jC',, '- Outdoors Editor
"I could only inmaine "
This ',,..:U ."'.( line ,from a
song by the group Mercy Me,
sung by lead singer Bart
Millard, could also say a lot
about r?'!:i1.. Just imagine
catching that big one and
i:,din out that it may be a
record fish.

SImagine
For a moment, just imagine
you are sitting out on your dock
or you are out in a little cove in
your boat, with a Bream Buster
telescoping pole or even a cane
pole, soaking a nice, fat red
wiggler as you do, a 'little
relaxing bream fishing. All of a
sudden, something grabs your
line and jerks your arm like a
teenager looking for money.
Only. this time, imagine it is
either a shellcracker or
redbreast bream that weighs 10
pounds (the Florida state record
for redear sunfish is 4.86
' pounds and 2.08 pounds for
redbreast)!
Someone once said that if
shellcrackers (or redbreast)
weighed 10 pounds, no one
would ever get one into the
boat. Well said. We are talking"
aggressive fish here. Both
species of bream are, ounce for
ounce, hard to top .for
freshwater action.
Catching these fighters is a
great deal of fun and also a
good way to get a kid hooked
for life. When you. snag a
shellcracker or redbreast, get


ready for a hard pull and a fight
all the way in.
And, these are great eating,
too.

THE bass
Take a good look at Carl
Hidalgo's beautiful bass caught
recently (see accompanying
photo). This gorgeous wall
hanger weighed 10.5 pounds
and was one of the larger fish
caught in our area this year.
Any of us would be very proud
and happy to land such a great
fish. Congratulations, Carl.
Now consider that the long-
standing world record bass was
roughly TWICE that size-22
pounds, 4 ounces. Wow!
It was June 2, 1932, at
Montgomery Lake, Ga. When
George Perry cast in his Creek
Chub lure and hooked up with
this monster, he did not know
he was about to become a piece
of fishing history. One of the
longest-standing records of any
North American fish species,
Perry's largemouth bass record
has held first place for 73 years.
Many fishermen think this
record may never be broken,
but look at what has happened
in California. It has been
reported that there have been at
least three bass caught in that
state, all weighing more than 21
pounds (details available on
request). This does not include.
the controversial Duclos fish.
This fish, reported to weigh
an even 24 pounds, was caught
by Scott Duclos, of Santa Rosa,
Calif., in Spring Lake, and he
said he photographed the fish
and released it back into the
lake. He also indicated, at the
time, he thought the world
record was in the 27-pound
range,,and did not think of a
possible+ record. Oops, talk


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Carl Hidalgo landed this
beautiful 10.5-pound
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Bait & Tackle.

about a million dollar mistake.
Whenever someone does
catch an "Official World
Record" bass in the California
lakes, which are mostly just
north. of Los Angeles, the
controversy will probably never
end, as these fish are reported to


actually be descendants of
transplanted Florida bass that
have been fed fingerling trout
their whole lives.
Could it be worse than one of
those old boxing titles split five
ways? Talk about a "split
decision." Outdoor writers
would tire of using the asterisk
key. How about this line:
"California angler John Doe
-catches new world record
FLORIDA bass, 24 pounds*"
(*Bass originally from Florida,
the Fresh water Bass Capital of
the World).
Maybe if they transplanted
our shellcrackers and redbreast
to California, fed them some
irradiated mealy bugs and half-
pound grasshoppers, they would
finally get that 10-pound
bream!
From FLORIDA.
I could only imagine
*The Florida (certified)
largemouth bass record is 17.27
pounds, from an unnamed lake
in Polk County, caught on July
6, 1986 by Billy O'Berry.

Bald Eagle bass
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On Wednesday, June 1, the
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and Randy Robinson came in
first place with a total catch of
13.43 pounds. In second was
Shane O'Neil and Stanley
O'Neil at 12.66 pounds.
Third place went to the team
of Richie Barnes and Paul
Akridge with 12.65 pounds, and
they also caught the largest bass
of the day-5.73 pounds.
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June 21
Summer conditioning for the
Bradford Middle School
football team begins Tuesday,
June 21, and all players are
reminded they must undergo a
physical, or have had one since
May 15, to participate.


The conditioning program is
6-8 p.m. on the Bradford High
School football field every
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exception of July 12) until
school begins.
Information packets are
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office, which is open 7 a.m.-5
p.m., during the Week (with the
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Covington, Josh Cooper, Seth Upthegrove (captain), John Clark, David Weeks, Travis Ledger, Barrett Cooper, Don
Huitt, Ashley Sutherland, Emilie Meng (captain), Samantha Steffan, Christina Davis, (second row, from left) Shay
Wanton, Kirstin Woodham, Jennifer Smyth, Courtney Cragg (captain), Brandi Jordan (manager), Tiesha Bellamy,
Synteia Postway, Christina Jordan (captain), Mehgan Perry, Caitlin Wade, Amanda Yarbrough, (third row, from left)
Courtney Jamison, Danielle Williams, Latasha Smith, Lashika Bellamy, Bobby McGee, Robert Boswell (captain),
Jawan Jamison, Troy Harris, Justin Hollingsworth and (back row, from left) coaches Al Solano, John Loper and Jeff
Ledger. Not pictured: Alexis Brown.



BMS track athletes earn awards


By CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
The annual awards banquet
for the Bradford Middle School
track and field teams was held
recently, with Jawan Jamison
and Jennifer Smyth each
winning three awards.


ANTIQUE
Continued from p. 4C

One hundred years was the
age marker decided by
Congress in the 1930s to
determine if an object met the
criteria for being an antique, the
shop owner said.
Mize works devotedly with
customers one-by-one over
coffee and tea to find and
preserve pieces of pasts.
Assistant Kimberly Rinehart
keeps the shop looking it's best
and does the inventory.
Perhaps the mere names of
the hometowns of Mize's recent
drawing winners proves just
how far antique mania has
spread. Up for grabs at the
recent Strawberry (Festival were
Mize's quilts and a stained
glass; the collectibles were
proudly carried home to
winners' from Lake City and
Jacksonville Beach,
respectively.
Mize says the best thing
about the antique business for
her is getting to meet new


Jamison was the MVP for the
boys' team and also earned the
high-point track and high-point
field awards. Smyth wasi the
MVP of the girls' team and,
like Jamison, earned both high-
point track and high-point field
awards.
Rounding out the boys' team
awards, Justin Hollingsworth


earned the most improved
award and Robert Boswell
earned the sportsmanship
award.
Synteia Postway received the
most improved award for the
girls' team, while Courtney
Cragg earned the sportsmanship
award.
Summer training for Bradford


Middle School and Bradford
High School cross country and
track and field athletes began
Monday and continues every
Monday, Tuesday and
Thursday, beginning at 8 a.m.
and lasting until 10 a.m.


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people. In her travels, she has
learned that people like things
that have a heritage to it and
things that are unique.
Rather than there being any
one most popular item, Mize
sees a mix of picks chosen for
purchase. A table and mirror
were recently sold. Mize has in
stock a large collection of
quilts. Displayed in a glass case
in the store- is a particularly
petite spoon set, a set which in
the 1800s, Mize said, was used
to serve salt. Salt was such .a
premium that serving it.on
sterling silver salt spoons was
in order.
Mize has an eye for both
needlepoint and shadow boxes.
Reinhart beamed that the store
owner has an impressive ability
to match and artistically bring
out colors within a collection of
objects.
Mize claims she will tackle
shadow boxing anything that
isn't live, and she has. She's
done 40-by-60-inch flags, a
wedding dress and even
cannonballs.
Customers bring in items of
personal value to be shadow


boxed; from items that
belonged to a lost loved one
customers can have a memory
box created. Mize works
closely with the customer,
patiently and painstakingly
creating the boxes.
Mize explained that memory
boxes are a unique product
because they have links to
emotions and bittersweet
memories for the customer.
Reactions from customers
receiving her completed
memory boxes are genuinely
happy ones, ranging from
pleased to hollering to sitting
down to cry, she said.
Mize does not instruct the
customer as to. how to lay out
the loved one's items;',instead
she gently offers suggestions
and allows the customer to call
the shots.
"We like for them to be
motivated. They need to be
involved because they're gonna
look at it ,every day at home,"
Mize said of the shadow box
process.
Diplomas with graduation
cap tassels placed along the side
are a common pick for shadow


boxes and Mize has done many.
Her shadowboxes sport a
special pocket on the back,
providing a handy place for a
certificate of authenticity to
safely reside.
She has found that people
who like antiques tend to also
like custom framing. Endless
sample picture frame corners in
countless colors are neatly
affixed to a vertical carpeted
wall. Directly below them on
display are dozens of sample
color surfaces which can be
applied to -the customer's
preferred frame style.
Mize has been custom
framing for about three and a
half years and is- still going
strong.
In addition to all of the
above, Mize also helps promote
local musicians by displaying
their recorded music CDs and
having copies of them on hand
for purchase.
A second floor has been
completed but has yet to be
opened to the public. Until then,
there is antique furniture up
there waiting to be discovered.
She hopes to expand her
business soon.


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Background, from left to right: Rob Clayton, Joe Riggins, Mary Starling. Foreground,
from left to right: Joel Garben, George Sutphin, John Hamm, Joe Scheptock, Gina
Jacoby. Garben and Sutphin assumed roles as karaoke kings while the others cranked
out dance moves.


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Bradford Arc shows


appreciation for consumers


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By LINDA ZCHORR
Telegraph Staff Writer

Purple was the feel-good
color of the day on Friday, June
3 as the consumers of ARC put
work aside and lined up for
food and fun as they received
recognition for another year of
hard work.
The event got off to a rockin'
start as karaoke kings George
Sutphin and Joel Garben
grabbed the mic and ripped
apart songs like "Hot Hot Hot"
and "The Twist." Garben led
consumers like Gina Jacoby,
Mary Starling and Joe
Scheptock into full swing on
the dance floor while Darcia
Wells and Perry Sutton enjoyed
sharing a quieter table for two.
ARC Supervisor Ruby Hines,
Program Manager Johnnie Mae
Mosley and Director of ARC
John Conneely were on hand
for smiles and appreciation in
the hall decorated by Jane
Wilson and Debra Foreman.
The half-hour of belting out
songs and bopping to beats was
followed by a dash outside for
sun and splash for all.
Consumers had a variety of
skill games to line up for to win
prizes like burgers and gift
cards. They tried their hands at
tossing bean bags into the
witch's brew pot and tossing
rings onto bowling pins with
Foreman coaching. There were
quieter skill games of giant
checkers for consumers Joe
Riggins and Alfred Thomas
under a canopy alongside chests
of icy Gatorade
Mosle.) as on hand to
encourage consumers to aim for
the red dot and dunk an
unsuspecting Service
Supervisor Rob Clayton in the
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seemed to be just trying to
figure. out if the dunking
chamber really worked or/how
to make it dunk e\en faster. No
figuring was necessary, though,
when Scheptock came alpng,
firmly grabbed the ball and sent
poor Clayton plummeting to his
fatal splashing drop.amidst the
cheers of onlooking consumers.
Hit or miss, all were in good
spirits nonetheless.
Grins and good times were


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had by consumers Lillian
Kendall, Wayne Underhill,
Becky Harris, Jeff Broche,
Cindy Cataldo, Cindy Dipaolo,
Dildred Marshall and Richard
Williamson, who sat around a
picnic table enjoying Gatorades.
The fest was private indeed, all
under a quiet sky poked only by
a lone radio station transmission
tower.
Tammie Corbett and Andrea
Hellman were joined for smiles
and sunshine by good sport
Sherry Ruszkowski, an
Operations Director, who
donated herself as well to the
dunk of doom.
Practically everyone on hand
wore something purple, usually
t-shirts. There were signs of
creativity as some even went so
far as to let friends decorate

See ARC, p. 8C


Joel Garben showed ARC
what karaoke is all about.


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Page 8C TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR--C-SECTION June 9, 2005


Take care of

pets during

summer's heat
Like people, pets can suffer
From the discomfort of hot,
tickyy days. Dr. John August, a
professor in Texas A&M
University's College of
Veterinary Medicine and
BiQomedical Sciences, offers
these tips to keep your pooch
from being parched and your
kitty from getting too sweaty.
Watch the inside of cars. If
you would not keep a child
inside a hot car with the
windows up, why would you
place your pet in the same



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water quality measurements
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situation?
"It's not uncommon for the
temperature to reach 120
degrees or more inside a car on
a hot summer day," August
said. "Just as with a child, you
should never leave a pet in a car
during-the summer. Even Just a
few minutes can be deadly."
Airline travel is tougher on
some pets than others, including
dogs such as bulldogs,
Pekingese and Pugs, and cats
such as Persians.
"These animals have shorter
noses than most other breeds
and they can have difficulty
breathing on an airplane,"
August said. "Often they are
more susceptible to heat stress.


If possible, try to take a direct
flight early in the morning
instead of one that has several
stops."
Don't shave your pets,
thinking it will keep them
cooler.
-Ts -not a good idea to shave
a pet," August said. "Animals
can get sunburn just like
humans can. If you give your
pets plenty of fresh water and
shade, they should be OK, but
we don't recommend shaving
them unless they have had skin
problems."
Watch your animals around
lakes or swimming pools.
"Not all dogs are natural
swimmers. and certainly most


cats aren't," August said. "You
should supervise your pets
around water just as you would
a child. It's not uncommon for
dogs or cats to drown."
*Beware of mosquito bites.
"Mosqu-itoes_ are very
prevalent this time of year and
they transmit heartworms,
which can then be passed on
from one pet to another,"
August said. "Also, this is the
worst time of year for fleas and
ticks, and there are plenty of
good products available from
your veterinarian to control
them."
Fire ants on the attack. Just
as they bite people and cause
welts and swelling, fire ants can


cause problems for your pets.
"If you see a fire ant mound
in your yard. get rid of it for
your pet's sake," August said.
Fertilize your lawn with
care.
"If you use fertilizer, it's not
a bad -idea to keep your pet
away from that area until it's
been washed into the soil,"
August said. "Also, insecticides
and pets don't go together.
They can make a pet ill or even
cause death. Be careful
applying. yard chemicals, and
always make sure they are not
near a water dish where the pet
might drink them."
Exercise your pet with
-ecaution.--August said dogs like-


to be taken for walks, but they
should not be walked in the heat
of the day.
"Remember that dogs have
padded feet and the sidewalk
can be too hot for them,"
August said. "It's a good idea to
walk them on grass if possible,
and preferably in the early
morning or evening."
August said that with some
common sense and responsible
pet ownership, your animal
should make it through the hot
summer months in good shape.
He adds that there's one good
rule of thumb to follow: "If it's
too hot for you out there, it's
probably too hot for your pet,
too-. ."


Joe Riggins tackled
oversized checkers.



ARC
Continued from p. 7C

them % nh purple paper riLbhbns
-E-en ffiny Alaira all of 4
months old showed up like a
uin\ purple grape in the arms of
her smiling mom Amanda
Griflis to share cheer under the
protective watch of LUnderhill
ARC appreciates the
donations of various local
businesses; Sonny's (gift card),
Winn Dixie (two cakes),
McDonald's (two sleeves of
water cups and napkins each),
Burger King (hamburger
vouchers, ice), Waldbaum's
(water gun, plates) and
Grannie's Restaurant (a cake).
- The sounds of laughter and
splash, could be heard into the
afternoon nestled in the center
of neatly-cut wood, evidence of
hard work done and
appreciated.


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counties.
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community programs available
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professional consultation
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opportunities available at the
Bradford-Union Vo-Tech in
Starke.

Lion's Club
meets
The Lions Club of Starke
meets on the first and third
Thursday of each month at
Bobkat',s Cafe6 on Call Street in
Starke at noon. All interested
people are invited to attend.


Narconon
offers help
with addiction
Narconon offers free
addiction counseling,
assessments and referrals to
rehabilitation centers
.nationwide and to your local
community. Call (800) 468-
6933, or visit www.stop
addiction.com.

Jail visitation


policy
outlined
The Bradford County Jail
has changed its, policy on
hours of visitation for people
who wish to see-inmates.
Effective now, inmate
visitation hours will be held in
the evenings and on weekends,
based on the classification of
the inmate. All potential
visitors must contact the jail at
(904) 966-6250 on Fridays 6-
11 p.m. to schedule visits for
the following week. No visits
will be scheduled at any other
time.
On the day the visit is
scheduled, visitors must be at
the jail 30 minutes prior to the
scheduled time of the visit in
order to sign in. Any person
coming after that-titne will not
be allowed to visit.


Free exercise
S.class set in

Starke
A free adult exercise class is
being sponsored by the Starke
Recreation Department on
Monday, Wednesday and
Friday each week from 9-9:30
r a.m. at" the Pratt' Street
recreation center. For, more


Free women's
Acorn health
services
offered
Women between the ages of
50 and 64 who are
uninsured and who have a low
income level -- are eligible to
participate in the Believe in
Miracles program and receive
a free mammogram and PAP
smear. For more information,
or to schedule an appointment,
,call the Acorn Clinic near
Brooker at (352) 485-1133.
The program is sponsored by
the Mary Brogan Breast and
Cervical Cancer Early
Detection Program and the
Putnam County Health
Department.


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


63 Love Lines
64 Business Opportunity
65 Help Wanted
66 Investment Opportunity
67 Hunting Land for Rent
68 Rent to Own
S69 Food Supplements
70 Self Storage
72 Sporting Goods
73 Farm Equipment
74 Computers & Computer
Accessories


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


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PORTUNITY. All real
estate advertising in this
newspaper is subject to
the Federal Faiir Hosing
Act'of'1968 which makes
i Illegal to advertise "any
preference, limitation or
discrimination based on
race, color, religion, sex
or national -origin, or an
In.entton to make any
such preference, limita-
| tion Or discrimination."
Familial status Includes
children under the age of
18 living with parents or
legal custodians, preg-
nant women and people
securing custody of chil-
dren under 18. This
newspaper will not know-
ingly accept any adver-
tising for real estate
which is in violation of the
law. Our readers are
hereby informed that all
dwellings advertised in
this newspaper are avail-
able on an equal oppor-
tunity basis. To complain
of discrimination, call
HUD toll-free at 1-800-
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hearing impaired Is 1-
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CLASSIFIED ADVERTIS-
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writing & paid in advance
unless credit has already
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added to all billings to
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CLASSIFIED
AD ERTISINGS TAKEN
OVER THE PHONE.
Deadline Is Tuesday at
12 noon prior to that
Thursday's publication.
Minimum charge is $6.50
for the first 20 words,- '
then.20 cents per word
thereafter.
41 Auctions
AUCTION EVERY Thurs-
day & Saturday night, at
6551 NW CR 225,
Starke. Starts 7:00pm.
Will take new and used
items for consignment,
sold 1 piece at a time
ABMO 000 1542, AUMO
0001153:.
42 Motor
Vehicles
WANTED: CARS AND
trucks, running or not.
Must be complete. $100
and up. Call 904-966-
2995 or 904-964-2432.
MECHANICS SPECIAL-2-
1989 white Crown
Victoria's, police inter-
ceptor, 1. bad engine, 1
fuel problem, fix both or
combine, clear titles.
$395. each or 2 for $600
OBO, Call 904-964-4111.
1978 FORD F150,2 wheel
drive, LWB, $2000. Call
904-964-7609.
BEATER CAR- 1996 Ply-
mouth Neon, runs, lots to
fix, $1400 OBO..Call
352-473-568P.
FOR SALE: 1988 Dodge
Dakota, 4x4, new engine
& trans $1100. Call 904-
782-1473.
1999 HARLEY DAVID-
SON, sportster 1200, ex-


and the CS 2050


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cellent condition, extra's,
22,000 original miles,
garage kept. $6500 Firm!
Call 904-964-7258.
1989 JEEP WRANGLER
Y5, 5 spd, 33" x 12.5"
tires, lift kit, rolled in liner,
new seats and console,
new dual exhaust $4500
OBO. Call 904-364-
6526.
1987 MERCEDES 300-
SDL, 6cyl turbo diesel,
grey with tan interior,
high miles, runs great,
chrome rims, good tires,
needs paint and AC
work. Steal it for $3,950.
Call 904-964-4111.
1988 DODGE Dakota
Sport red, pick-up, auto,
cold AC, tool box, $1650.
Keystone 352-473-5745.
1991 DODGE Dynasty,4
DR, auto, cold AC, runs
great, $750. Keystone
352-473-5745.
1996 PONTIAC Grand AM,
4 DR, auto, needs work,
white, $750. Keystone
352-473-5745.
43 RV's &
Campers
2001, 22FT AMER-LITE
5th wheel,'like new, no
smokers, slide out,
$10,500 OBO. Selling
due to health. Call 352-
468-2895.
45 Land for
Sale
BEAUTIFUL 81 ACRES
comer parcel with 3000
ft of road frontage, in
Bradford County, can be
subdivided into one acre
lots 81 times. Pasture,
pines, and creek, mostly
highland. 29 miles to Or-
ange Park. $489,000.
OBO. Call 904-608-
5239.
FOR SALE- 3 acres mostly
cleared, new well & sep-
tic. Located on 229A in
Bradford County. 904-
759-9620 or 904-752-
9622.
2.5 ACRES WITH 4BR
Mobile Home like new in
Union County, financing
available. Call 386-496-
1146.
46 Real Estate
Out of Area-
WE BUY JUNKY
HOUSES, nice ones too.
Can close in under 72
hours. 352-258-0865 or
webuyjunkyhouses.com.
47 Commercial
Property
IDEAL LOCATION! 2800
SOFT building with of-
fice, bam, mini storage,
5 acres, for rent all or
part, off of South 301.
Call 904-964-3827 for
more information.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS,
SR21S, OFC/WHSE all
AC, 2500 sq. ft. Call 352-
473-5174 or 352-475-
1713.
OFFICE/WAREHOUSE,
3000,..sq ft behind,
Powedrg $750 nrin Cail'
Smith & Smith Realty at
904-964-9222.
48 Homes for
Sale
WALK TO KEYSTONE
schools, 4BR, 1800 sq ft
home, with 20x40 in
ground pool, porch &
deck, $139,900 Phone
352-475-6260.


REDUCED $15,000 4BR/
2.5BA, 1726 sq ft, brick
home, fenced backyard,
10x20 shed, CH/A, close
to hospital. Call 904-964-
5933 or visit websife at
www.geocitites.com/
mjc0306/forsale.html.






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INVESTOR SPECIAL! Vic-
torian home on B-2 lot, 2'
story, needs renovation:
Steal it for $69,000. Call
904-964-4111.
4BR/3BA HOUSE, ON 1
acre in Raiford, over
3000 sq ft, newly remod-
eled. $150,000. Call 386-
431-1714.
1597 GEIGER RD, 3BR/
2BA, home on 1 acre
1638 sq ft, CH/A and
more. Needs some TLC,
reasonably priced at
$83,600. Call R Austin
Realty, Inc. at 904-796-
0862.
POOLHOME, 2BR/1BA,
block, 2.5 acres,
$74,000. Call 904-755-
44313.,Off of Bundy Lake
Rd.
49 Mobile
Homes For
Sale
OWNER FINANCE 2BR/
*2BA doublewide. New
well and septic, 1/3 acre
wooded lot, Keystone
Heights Area $1495
down. Call 352-478-
2697 or 352-258-0865.
KEYSTONE HGTS area,,
MH for sale, lot well,
septic & pole, trailer
needs lots of work.,6113
Ferman St, $15,000. Call
904-591-8109.
THREE SWMH, 2BR/1BA
in each, in Starke. 1 rents
for $500 the other 2 rent
for $475 per month. Call
386-756-9849.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-
ownerfinancing with flex-
ible terms. Excellent con-
dition 2BR/2BA mobile -
home nestled under
large oaks, Spacious
vaulted ceiling living
room with fireplace. Mas-
ter bedroomm wtih walking
closet, large updated
bath: Kitcben/dining
combo has lots of cabi-
nets, range, refrigerator,
dishwasher, $43,900.
386-972-1,623.
,2.5 ACRES. WITH 4BR
,Mobile Home like new in
Union County, financing
available. Call 386-496-
1146, j I
50 For Rent ,
3BR HOME, Clay County.
Great location, 1 acre,
$750 a month. Call 352-
475-6260.
OWNER FINANCE 2BR/
2BA SWMH. New well
and septic, 1/3 acre
wooded lot, Keystone
Heights Area $1495
down. Call 352-478-
2697 or 352-258-0865.


HUGE 3BR/2BA, SWMH 1/
3 acre, CH/A, newly
renovated, Keystone
area $450 month plus
$300 security deposit.
Call 352-478-2697.
FURNISHED. ROOMS
FOR RENT! COM-
PLETE with CH/A, cable
provided, all utilities paid!
Central location. Ideal for
senior citizens with 10%
discount on first months
rent for senior citizens.
Rooms with private bath,
$95 $105/wk. Room
without bath, $80. Laun-
dry facilities available.
Close to churches,
stores, downtown shop-
ping, theatre, and more!
See Manager at the
Magnolia Hotel, across
from the Starke Post Of-


fice. 9: )4-964-4303.
WE HAVI E2 OR 3 bedroom
MH, c :lean, close to
prison Call 352-468-
1323.
SOUTHE1: RN VILLAS OF
Starke Apts. Looking for
applica ints. 1& 2 BR HC
& non HC apartments.
Centra" ac/heat, on site
laundn 1, playground, pri-
vate ind quiet atmo-
spher e. Located on
SR16, 1001 Southern
Villas E )rive, Starke, FI or
call 90, 4-964-7295, TDD/
TTY 71 11. Equal Housing
Oppori unity.
3BR/1B A, FARM house
style, n ice neighborhood,
$500/ mth, 1st, last,
lease, security. No pets.
Call 9C )4-964-3579.
FOR RE NT- 2 &-3BR's,


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newly renovated, water
included, fenced yard, no
pets, deposit required.
Call 386-496-3067 678-
438-6828 or 678-438-
2865.
2BEDROOM rental on
Smith Lake, good fishing.
Call Chuck Willis Realty
at 352-473-0205.
NEWLY REMODELED up-
stairs apartment in down-
town Starke. 2 bedroom,
CH/A. $450 month, 1st,
last, and security deposit.
Call Joan at 904-964-
4303.
3BR/2BA BRICK HOME for
rent in Lawtey area.
Large yard, shop, $800
per month. Call 904-769-
3169.
2 BEDROOM MH fur-
nished or camper fur-


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and Ace Road near UCI
and SR121. No pets. Call
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LAKE BUTLER Apart;
ments, 1005 SW 6th
Street, 386-496-3141
TDD/TDY 711 rental as-
sistance for qualified ap-
plicants. 1, 2, 3, & 4 BR
HC & non-HC acces-
sible. Laundry and play-
ground. Water & sewer
provided. EHO.
DOUBLEWIDE MH, close
to Santa Fe Lake, Coun-
try setting, newly remod-
eled. Call for an appoint-
ment & pricing, 352-473-
3728.
FOR RENT: 2 BR Mobile
home, furnished. Lo-
cated on CR 241 Provi-
dence. 386-752-4618.
Mon-Sat. 6am to 6pm
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Hampton area, $350/

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Upstairs apartment.
$400 a month. $300 se-
curity deposit. Call 386-
496-4667 or 386-496-
0067.
BEAUTIFUL 4!2 Homes
for rent outside city lim-
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Club Woods @ 904-964-
1871 Monday- Wednes-
day 9:00am 1:00pm.
51 Lost / Found
FOUND COCKER-spaniel,
Sampson City area. Call
352-235-0784.
52 Animals &
Pets


AKC LAB PUPPIES,
chocolate and black, 4
females, 5 males, ready
after 06/05/2005. H/C
and shots. $350. Call
352-473-4562.
MAKE AN OFFER for a 2.5
yr old black limousine
bull, produces great
stock. Call 352-473-5025
or 352-804-1595.


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964-6305
473-2210
496-2261


FOUND SMALL DOG, off
of SR 100E, near East
Starke, found 06/05/
2005. Call for details.
352-745-0147.
REGISTERED NEUBIAN
GOAT. Nannie, $125.00.
904-964-8890
DOG RUN, 18'L x 6'W x
6'T, completely enclosed,
$100 Call 904-966-0631
leave message if no an-
swe r.
QUAIL FOR SALE, quick
growing meat birds adult
pharoh quail $1. Just
starting to lay eggs. Baby
Quail .30 each. call 904-
964-5562 or 352-745-
6012 ask for debby.
Large quantitiy available,
Andy C&T Quail Farm,
located in Starke.
TURKEYS $7 to $10. Baby
rabbits $5. Baby chicks
(many breeds) $1ea.
904-964-4407.
CHIHUAHUA PUPPIES
small breed, must see, 3
males & one female.
$350 each firm. Available
June 14. Call 352-475-
2885 leave a message.
53 Yard Sales
YARD SALE, FRI & Sat,
14275 SE 21st Ave,
Forsythe Road. Kids
clothes boys & girls,
many misc items.
BIG YARD SALE, Fri, Sat
& Sun, 9am to 2pm, new
AC's, lots of tools, elec-
trical items, household


items & clothes. Waldo
MotorSports, 16258 US
HWY 301, NE Waldo.
BACKYARD SALE! Satur-
day, 8am to 2pm, 656 W
Madison St. Fill plastic
grocery bag for $1. Ev-
erything must go.
FRI & SAT 8am- till ?
Children clothes 4T-
10T girls and boys. Twin
baby carriage. Misc SR
231S to the Scout Hole.
Rt 2 Box 184.
YARD SALE- Lawn
mower, TV, boys clothes
2T 14, girls clothes 4-
juniors, mens and
women name brand
clothes, lots of good
stuff. 1023 Eastwood St.
Starke. Beside
Southside Elementary.
YARD SALE- Saturday
only. 8 to 2pm Truck
Equipment, Freightliner
hood, fax machines, fur-
niture clothe, etc. Griffis
Loop (1 OOA) Near Grace
Baptist Church.
BETTER THAN A YARD
SALE. Thur. Fri. and Sat.
8am 5pm. 1640A S.
301 Starke. 904-368-
0065.
TERRIFIC YARD SALE-
Jewelry, stereos, mov-
ies, cassettes, 8 tracks,
computer stuff, avon,
antiques, misc. 2 miles
past hospital, on CR 230
E (Call St.) to NE 14th


Ave. (Country Club) left
2 blocks. Fri. and Sat., 7
am till rain.
BIG YARD SALE, CR 125
Lawtey, FI between mo-
tels off Hwy 301, 1 mile
on left. Big DW (gray).
8:30am 4:00pm Fri.,
8:30 am 12:00 noon
Sat. June 10th and 11th.
Dinette set (wood)
$250.00, dressers, appli-
ances, dishes, clothes,
pots and pans, Jenny
Lynn baby crib w/ mat-
tress, high chair, car
seat, ect.
YARD SALE: TV, violins,
viola, bed w/ metal
frame, toddler, boy girl,
women & men's cloth-
ing. Household items,
toys, lamp, exercise
bike, office chair, and
much more. Kenmore
washer needs repair,
free. Hwy 100 A ( Griffis
loop), 2nd crossing of
RR. 7am till ?, June 11th.
Claude Morgan's.
YARD SALE, Fundraiser
for First Baptist Raiford
Youth. Fri & Sat, 7am
until ? On CR 229 across
from Church.
YARD SALE, Saturday,
June 11. 945 NE SR 16,
3 miles east from 301 on
left.
37 HOME COMMUNITY
YARD SALE. Sat. June;
11th, 8:00am-? Located
at Country Club Woods


off Wilson Rd, behind
Shand's. Everything
from baby clothes to ap-
pliances.
54 Keystone
Yard Sales
HOUSE IS SOLD! All must
go, furniture, household,
treadmill, DVD, books,
more! Nice stuff, good
prices! Lake Geneva
Estates/ Alderman Rd.
Friday & Saturday 9 to ?
FRI & SAT, 8AM TO 1PM.
Kitchen items, lamps,
jewelry, glass ware, etc.
Park of Palms, 706 Palm
Circle, activity center.
Look for signs.
57 For Sale
LAWNMOWERS and trail-
ers for sale. Call anytime'
904-964-4118.
KENMORE WASHER and
dryer, new type $100
and up each, electric
stove, written guarantee,
free local delivery. For
appointments, call 904-
964-8801.
BED-QUEEN orthopedic
Pillowtop mattress and
box. Name brand, new in
plastic, with warranty.
Can deliver. Sacrifice
$140. call 352-372-
8588.
BED-KING SIZE Pillowtop
mattress and boxspring
with manufactures war-
ranty. Brand new still in
plastic. Can deliver. Sell
for $200. Call 352-372-
7490.
BEDROOM SET 7 piece
Gorgeous cherry queen/
king bed, dresser, mirror,
2 nightstands, chest
available, dovetail con-
struction. New still in
boxes. Retail $5200,
sacrifice for $1400.352-
377-9846.
DINING ROOM SUITE-
beautiful cherry table, 6
chippendale chairs and
lighted hutch and buffet.
Brand new still boxed.
Can deliver. Retail
$5800, sacrifice $1100.
352-377-9846.
MATTRESS TWIN sets
$89, full sets $129,
Queen sets $159, King
sets $189. Mattress Fac-
tory, 441 East Brownlee
St. Carpets also- large
room size pieces. Save
a lot. Cash and carry.

Davidson
Painting Services, Inc.
904-364-8258
Custom Painting
Reasonable Prices
Specializing in Enamels for
your kitchen and bath.
Pressure Wash Special:
Singlewide $65
Doublewide $75

H,.',u,;-. 1ijrrti) more


Call Sonia at 352-473-
7173 or 904-964-3888.
PILLOW TOP MATTRESS
sale. You can save on
national brands. Shop
first then compare. Full
pillowtop sets $299,
queen pillowtop sets
$399, King $499.
Memory foam sets as on
TV- too low to advertise.
Call 352-473-7173 or
904-964-3888.
ANTIQUE MAPLE bed-
room suite. Full bed,
highboy, dresser with
mirror, and nightstand
$695. Baby changing
table $20. Call 352-373-
6774.
SNAPPER RIDING
mower, electric start, ex-
cellent condition, $750
OBO. Call 386-496-.
2940.
WURLITZER piano, excel-
lent for beginner, good
condition $500. Also 10
Ft Jon Boat, trolling mo-'
tor, & trailer $500. Call
904-782-1995.
2 KICKER 12'S with box,
2 Kicker amps, less than
1 yr old, $700 for all
OBO. call 904-364-
6526.
KENMORE ELECTRIC
stove, 4 burner, white,
very good condition,
$175. Call 352-475-
2636.
2 OVERSTUFFED occa-
sional chairs with
ottomons $400 each
set. Call 352-478-2285.
FOR SALE- Living Room
Furniture, Hutch.
Saturady only 9am to
1pm. 445 SE Lakeview
Dr. Keystone Heights.
LEATHER SECTIONAL
SOFA with 3 tables.
Gray. 904-234-1277
DOG RUN, 18'L x 6'W
x6'T, completely en-
closed, $100. Call 904-
966-0631 leave mes-
sage if no answer.
HEAVY DUTY CANOPY,
20' x 6'6", tarp covers top
plus 2' of sides. Excel-
lent condition. $100. Call
904-966-0631 leave
message if no answer.
32 x 56 FLEETWOOD
2005, MODEL, will be
sold for only $47,995.
Includes set up, A/C,
skirting and steps. As
you see model. Call 13th
Street Mobile Homes,
ask for Mike.' 352-373-
5428
32 x 80 FLEETWOOD
2005 model. Will be sold
like you see, for only
$59,995. Includes LR,
den, activity room, 4
bedroom, ect. Setup in-
cluded call 13th Street
Mobile Homes, ask for
Mike. 352-373-5428.
28 X52 FLEETWOOD
2005 model min iiving
room and den Very nice
Sor only $36,995 Set up
incluaea. Cail 131h
'31r,-l t,: -li H.-.' .T
ask for Mike. 352-373-
5428.


13TH STREET MCI BILE
HOMES is now fea Iuring
townhomes, whi c:;h is
built like site built h. ones.
Must see to believe. they
rebuilt in Lake Cit Call
352-373-5428.
58 Child I/ A(ult
Home Care i
NANNY WITH RE F:ER-
ENCES seeking tc i care
for children in your
home. Mon Fri, In the
Starke, Keystor i'e or
Melrose area. 352 .473-
0036 after 6pm.
LOVING CHRIS 'IAN
home offering i p,fant
childcare, any h burs,
close to prison. Cal (904-
964-8888.
59 Personal
Services
HURRY! BANKRUF e CY,
laws changing! E lank-
ruptcy, divorce, ',ills,
adoptions, and oth e r le-
gal forms. $35 to t 125.
In business since 985.
Call 352-235-4350, Key-
stone Heights.
LAWN SERVICE & IRRI-
GATION mowing, ;t:rim-
ming, edging, clean ;ups,
hedging, new irrig tuition
installation & service gut-
ter drains. License s d &
insured. Commerce,) I or
residential. Irrigati q n &
Landscape Solut I ons
352-214-1136 or l186-
496-1017. ii
COMMERCIAL& resi len-
tial cleaning. Free 4 rsti-
mates, 5yrs experie ice,
references avaiiil )le.
Cail CJ's Cleanirg ;er-
vice at 352-213-45Ei! .
BRADFORD HOME ret )air
and painting. Paint ing;
and home repair spec ial-
ist, license #477. l= ree
estimates. Call 904-!t 66-
2024.
CLARK FOUNDATION
REPAIRS, INC. i :or-
rection of termite & v a-
ter-damaged wooI &
sills. Leveling & rai ing
Houses/Bldgs. Pier I le-
placement & alignm (mt.
Free Estimates: Da.ntny
(Buddy) Clark, (90 4)-
284-2333 or 1-800-; 38-
0633.
CHAIN LINK FENC;l -
Free estimates. Ha ndy-
man Fence Co., o\ vner


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PRESSURE WASHING,
CLC home exterior
cleaning. Roofs, siding,
decks, driveways, side-
walks. Free estimates,
call Curtis, 904-964-
4940.
FLORIDA CREDIT UNION
has money to lend for
M.H. & land packages.
1-800-284-1144.
CUSTOM CUTS Lawn &
Landscape, customized
lawn care, sod, trim-
ming, landscape design.
Reasonable rates, free
estimates. Commercial
& residential. Licensed
and insured. Call 386-
496-2820, if no answer
please leave message.
J & P HOME SERVICES,
home repairs, home
cleaning, painting. &
more for reasonable
rates call Johnny or Pam
at 352-473-2344.
GUNTER'S HANDYMAN
Service, house & mobile
home repair, electrical
and plumbing. Free es-
timates, licensed and in-
sured. Call 904-964-
8450, 964-5115, or cell
at 904-966-3017. '
24' ROUND ABOVE
ground swimming pool,
you remove. $400.
OBO. Call 386-496-
2940. ,
62 Vacation /
Travel
HORSESHOE BEACH
Rentals on canal.
House and dock accom-
modates up to 3 boats,
sleeps 8. Full kitchen,
private. $125/day. Ad-
ditional apt rental with
55' dock, fish cleaning
station, sleeps 6, half-
kitchen. $95/day. Addi-
tional rentals. Call Tina
at 352-498-5768.
64 Business
Opportunity
LIFEBURST! If you are
looking for a product that
sells its self look no fur-
ther. Word of mouth is
spreading this one fast
get on board today! Call
me at 904-626-3357 or
visit me on the web at
www.lifeburstworld
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Estate Auction

9 AM SATURDAY, JUNE 11th, 2005 '""'
15806 N.E. US Hwy 301, Waldo, FL 32694

Tractors Autos Furniture Guns Household

Directions: 1 mile North of Waldo on 301 & follow signs.

Tractors: Ford 900 Tractor (wide front-end, disel), J.D. 950, Ford 4000 Diesel, 580K Case Rubber
Tired Loader (2214 hrs), 2010 John Deere, Ford 2000, John Deere MT
Dozer: John Deere 350 Dozer Trailer: 16' Tandem Axle Trailer
Equipment: 5' Hi-Co Bush Hog, John Deere Riding Mower, EZ-Go Golf Cart w/Charger, 2 Bottom
Plow (3 pt. hitch), Stone Boat, 4-Wheel Wagon (small), 5' Box Blade
Autos: 1991 Mercedes 190E (102,000 miles), C-J5 Jeep, Ford F-700 Cab & Chassis
Guns: Stevens Model 34 221/wscope, Stevens 12 ga. Pat. 1913, A.S.M. Black Powder 44 cal., Fox
River 50 54 cal.
Tools: Cutting torch, Westinghouse arc welder, Excel air compressor, misc. hand saws shovels
- saws; Craftsman 10" table saw, Bear auto lift, engine stand, floor jack, step ladders, Poulan chain
saw, blower, Weedeater, pipe vise, platform scale, paint sprayer, push mower, wheel barrow,
stacked tool box, drain snakes, misc. hand tools, 28' extension ladder, transmission jack, and
more.
Household & Collectibles' Gibson washer, washer & dryer (like new), 6 gun cabinet, king size
BR suite, dining room suite, full size BR set, snow sleds, Toboggan, black laquer BR set, kitchen
utensils, misc. kitchen aids and more.
Portable Buildings: 20'x6' Metal Building (to be moved), 20'x26' Metal Building (to be moved),
7'x8' (cypress lumber) Portable Building (to be moved)
Misc: Scrap pile, disc. parts, 2 trailer hitches, misc. tractor parts, tractor weights, pile of fence
posts, tractor bumper, and more
Auction Note: Bring a lawn chair, tents will be up, concession will be available, spend the day
the auction wayl
Terms: 10% Buyer's Premium charged, VisaIMC available, Cash, Checks with ID. All items to be
paid for before removal from premises. All items sold in "As-Is" condition.


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tions 352-468-2455.
NURSERY HELP needed,
weed pulling, pot filling,
etc. FT $6.50 per hourto
start. Apply at US Body
Source, 1.5 miles South
of Hampto n CR325.
COUNTER/CUSTOMER
service position. Must be
bondable with good at-
tendance and punctual-
ity records. Applications
available at New Method
Cleaners, 311 N
Temple, Starke. NO
PHONE CALLS
TIRED OF COMMUTING
to Gainesville or Jack-
sonville?. Professional
Environmental Consult- '
ant seeks an office-as-
sistant. Must have word
processing experience,
organizational skills,
document preparation,
and some knowledge of
'excel and accounting
software required. '
Pleasant work environ-
ment. Salary based on
experience, ($10 to $13/
hr). Typing test will be
required. Please fax or
send resume to: AASI,
106 Ambient Airway,
Starke, FJ 32091. 904-
964-6675.
WANTED: VOCATIONAL
instructor and teacher's
aid. Apply: Industrial
Complex of Raiford,
3876-431-1898 Ty Jor-
.--dan, Executive Director.
LOCAL SHEETMETAL
MFG Co., has immedi-
ate openings for NC Op-
erators, press break op-
erators, MIG &TIG weld-
---ars & grinders, DFWP.
Please fax resume to
904-783-2966 or apply
at 5285 Ramona Blvd,
Jacksonville, Fl.
NEEDED: 7-24 hr. or day-
time person, as live in
CARETAKER and Com-
panion for elderly lady in
Bradford County. Light
housekeeping and cook-
ing Sena qualiricarions
and pnone contact to PO
Box 1087. Siarke,FI
32091 Weekends op-
tional.
LAWN MAINTENANCE
helper needed. FT/PT
experience preferred obu
not required, relialie
honest haraworking indi-
viaual Must De 18 yrs or
older. in good health,
non smoker preferred
Duties include following
directions., edging, weed
eating/ pulling weeds
etc. Call 352-468-3639.
leave message
NOW HIRING- Mechanics,
foreman superinten-
dents. equip operators
and laborers for com-
pany specializing in Ero-
sion Conlrol Fax re-
sume to 904-275-3292
or call 904-275-4960.
EOE
RESPRIATORY THERA-
PIST. Optioncare is look-
ing for CRTT/RRTtheia-
pists to join out growing
Home Respriatory Com-
pany in the. Gainesville,
Lake City, and Starke
areas Compelilive sal-
ary with benefits imie-
age reimbursement
Please fax resume tp
352-333-2532 or drop off
in person at 1700 NW
8Otn Blvd. Gainesville Fl.
DFWP/EOE, Barnes
health care service/"
optioncare.
FLOOR CARE helper, lo-
cal floor care company
Seeks hardworking,
honest, people person
for full time employment,
selected applicant will be
required to pass drug
-screen, criminal back-
ground check and MVR.
Call today 904-964-
1800.
CNA-32WK Rate nego-
tiable. 3-11 shift. 1yr. exp
as caregiver. Ability to
!work with elderly resi-
dents with dementia.
Apply Penney Retire-
iment Communtity, 800-
638-3138 extension 114.
DF.W. and E.O.E.
LAWN WORKER
NEEDED, 1 or 2 months
exp preferred, but will
train a reliable hard
worker. Call Larry at
352-473-2542.
WANTED JACK OF all
trades with own tools
and truck to remodel
home in Starke. Prefer
someone who takes
Stride in their work and
reliable. Flexible sched-
ule and good pay for the
right individual. Call 352-
473-4488
FULL TIME NURSERY
vi orker. Must have expe-
rience in working with
plants. Apply in person at
Paradise Nursery, SR 16
West in Starke.
TRUCK DRIVERS
NEEDED! Earn $800 -
1000 per week. CO Pro-


vided CDL training for
those who qualify.
School graduates wel-
come. Call AMG at 866-
374-0764.
GASTON'S TREE SER-
VICE, INC. Is seeking.
S qualified Tree Crew
Foreman. Income pack-
age exceeding $60,000
Super year; Includes base
pay, performance bonus,
401K, profit sharing and


vehicle allowance. Must
have experience in all
phases of tree work. Fax
resume to 352-378-
6308. Call Bill at 352-
258-8417.
GASTON'S TREE SER-
VICE, INC. is seeking a
boom/crane operator.
Great pay and benefits
including health insur-
ance, 401k and profit
sharing. Must have valid
Class B CDL with air
brakes, call 352-378-
5801..
DRIVERS- $45,000-
$50,000 + per year to
start. Excellent benefits
with automatic semi an-
nual increases. Ask
about our premium pay!
CDL A- 6 months T/T
exp. Call Sunday or any-
time 800-893-6791 or
toll free 866-816-1704.






SHOP/MECHANIC
HELPER
Davis Express is
seeking a qualified
individual to work as
shop/mechanic's
helper assisting
tractor & trailer
mechanics in daily
job routine. Some
tools and mechanical
experience needed.
Blue Cross/Blue
shield health
insurance, fee life
and dental insurance,
disability and 401k
available.
Apply
DAVIS EXPRESS
Highway 301 South
Starke, FL

LAKE BUTLER HOSPI-
TAL, Physcial Therapist-
PRN, Respiratory Thera-
pist-FT, ER Admissions
Clerk-FT, Billing Clerk--
-FT, Med;cal Reception-
isi, FT w'travel For tur-
-her information please
visit our website:
www. I a kebut I e r
hospital.com
GEN MAINT. Owk 7:30 -
4pm. Apply Penney Re-
tirement Communtity,
800-638-3138 or 284-
8200' ask ,for Frank
Knott. D.F.W.P and
E.O.E.
HAVE YOU GRADU-
ATED? If not, would you
like to at this years night
school in Keystone?
Please Call for Info. 352-
473-3651
-HELPWA-NTEP.:4lesiden-
tial electrcian needed.
Vail danvers license re-
quired. 352-475-1713
7,30 am to 5.00 pm
HAIR STYLIST WANTED
Greal walk-ins ana real
commission. 352-473-
5599
WAREHOUSE POSITION
available, 40 hour week
minimum per week
Gator 2 Farm Supply,
South of Starke on HWY
301. HS diploma re-.
quired.
WANTED EQUIPMENT
OPERATOR/ Forman.
Must know how to read
civil plans. Contact 904-
964-8859
HELP WANTED- FULL
TIME. No experience
necessary, wil train. Ma-.
terial cutting and fiber-
glass experience a plus
SERIOUS INQUIRES
ONLY Sian immediately.
$7.00/hrto start. Apply in
person Monday Thurs-
day, 10am to 3pm.
CarbonFiberWorks 620
N. Thompson St.,
Starke. *
CHECK OUT OUR CARSf
We really mean ill.At
Enterprise Renl A.Car;
The largest car rental
company in North
America. we not only


want to rent the most
cars, we also want'to
rent the cleanest, best
maintained cars. That's
where you come in. If
you can check out our
cars and make them
shine, we have a great
job for you! CAR PREP,
you'll clean and prep
rental cars. We require a
clean driving record and
valid Florida driver's li-
cense. Candidate must
also be 21 years old or
a full time college stu-
dent. You'll make at least,
$7 /hr in this part-time
position. Apply in person
at 560 S Walnut St,
Starke Fl 32091. EOE,
M/F/DN.
WELDERS WANTED!
REDD Team Manufac-
turing, a Division of
Alcoa, located in Key-
stone Heights, has im-
mediate openings for
Welder Level 2, Welder
Level 3, and Welder
Level 4. Salary: $10.30
-$12.36/ hr. A welding
test will be given to de-
termine competency and
level. A'High School Di-
ploma or GED is pre-
ferred. We have an ex-
cellent 'flexible .benefits
package effective the
first date and growth po-
tential. Hours: 6:00 am -
3:30 pm Monday
through Friday with pos-
sible overtime. A pre-
placement drug screen/
physical are required.
Candidates must pass a
background check. Ap-
ply in person 8:00 am -
5:00 pm, 6599 State
Road 21 North, Key-
stone Heights, FL. No
phone calls. DFWP.
EEOC.
JOIN AS A LABORER...
become a Welder, Ma-
chine Operator, Material
Handler, or a Saw Op-
eratorl REDD Team
Manufacturing, a Divi-
sion of Alcoa, located in
Keystone Heights, has
immediate openings for
Laborers We'offer a
starting hourly pay rate
of $8.24. After a com-
pleting an introductory
period the newly hired
laborers can begin paid


on the job training. Upon
successfully completion
of training and testing
the Laborers can be pro-
moted to a Level 1
Welder, Level 1 Machine
Operator, Level 1 Mate-
rial Handler or a Level 1
Saw Operator. A High
School Diploma or GED
is preferred. We have an
excellent flexible ben-
efits package effective
the first date and growth
potential. Hours: 6:00
am -3:30 pm Monday
through Friday with pos-
sible overtime. 'A pre-
placement drug screen/
physical are required.
Candidates must pass a
background check. Ap-


ply in person 8:00 am -
5:00 pm, 6599. State
Road 21 North, Key-
stone Heights, FL. No
phone calls. DFWP.
EEOC.
DENTAL OFFICE, front
desk, approximately 32
hrs a week, with ben-
efits, experience pre-
ferred. Fax resume to
352-485-1961.
ARMED SECURITY of-
ficer/ D-G, Gainesville Fl,
Part time only, $10/hr.
call 904-399-1813, train-
ing provided. EOE/M/F/*
D/N.
ON CALL RESPITE.
worker. Relieve primary
caregiver by sitting with
functionally-impaired


"A WORLD OF SERVICE"


LOCAL COMPANY ESTABLISHED IN 1981
NOW HAS POSITIONS AVAILABLE

* $280- $400 PER WEEK
* 4-DAY WORK WEEK
*MONDAY THURSDAY
* HEALTH I DENTALINSURANCE
* PAID VACATION
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1038 EDWARDS ROAD
STARKE, FLORIDA
(904) 964-8544


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atid
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Sales Positions


FRITO-LAY, INC. the world's snack
food leader, has immediate openings
at our Lake City/Li.Qe.Oak distribution
center. :

Responsibilities include selling and
merchandising our complete line of
products to existing and new
accounts. Candidates must possess
the following:

*Relevant Sales Experience
*Clean Driving Record
*Weekend Availability
*HS diploma or Equivalent Preferred

Frito-Lay offers a competitive
compensation and beriefits package
that includes stock options.
Interested candidate must calltfie
following toll-free number.



1-866-4-HIRING

(1 -866-444-7464)
EOE-M/F/DN


elderly client for specific
amount of time as as-
signed. Assist the client
with light housekeeping.
Provide nutrition and
meal planning assis-
tance. Perform other
support services as as-
signed. Apply at
Suwannee River Eco-
nomic.Council, Inc., In-
dustrial Park 104-4 L.M.
Gaines Blvd., Starke, FI
or mail application to
SREC, Inc., P.O.Box
1142, Starke, FI 32091
Affirmative Action
Employeer. Deadline:
06/16/2005. 386-362-
4115 Vice/TDD. Affirma-
tive Action Employeer.


LOWBOY DRIVER
NEEDED with Class A
CDL. Drug-free work-
place with benefits.
Andrews Paving, Inc.,
386-462-1115. Experi-
ence a must.
MOTORGRADER opera-
tor needed. Drug-free
workplace with benefits.
Experience a must. Ap-
ply within Andrews Pav-
ing, Inc. 386-462-1115.
HEAVY EQUIPMENT me-
chanic. Drug Free Work
Place with great ben-
efits. Must have valid
Driver License. Andrews
Paving, Inc. 386-462-
1115.
DUMP TRUCK DRIVER.


K keystone

B building

C enter

Administrative Assistant Needed
Keystone Building Center, a fast growing
Lumber &-Building Material Retail Supplier
located in Keystone Heights, Florida, has
-an immediate opening for an
Administrative Assistant.

The individual we are looking for must
have a solid background and
understanding of accounting principles, in
general, and specifically in accounts
payable, accounts receivable, and general
ledger accounts.

Also, must have a working knowledge and
understanding of MS Windows based
programs, an be familiar with retail based
data based systems. A plus would be
some familiarity with the building materials
products and services

If you meet these qualifications, please fax
your resume and salary requirements to
352-473-9686, or send to POB 1249,
Keystone Heights, FL 32656.

KBC is a DFWP & EEOC


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TANK LINES

HIRING OTR DRIVERS
Start at .31 per mile, Loaded & Empty
..'Potential of .32 per mile. Assigned
2005 Tractors. Med, Dental, Bonuses
"2 years OTR Exp. Required
Call Betty

800-255-2161


Drug-free workplace
with benefits. Andrews
Paving, Inc. 386-462-
1115. Experience a
must.
UNDERGROUND utility
pipe layer. Drug-free
workplace with benefits.
Andrews Paving, Inc.
386-462-1115. Experi-
ence a must.
TEACHERS NEEDED
Northside Christian
Academy is looking for
christian elementary
school teachers. Must
be an active evangelical
church member. Salary
based on experience.


Call 904-964-7124 or
come by Northside Bap-
tist Church.

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Supplements)
LIFEBURST! If you are se-
rious about losing
weight, and don't have
hours to spend at the
gym,or a fortune to
spend on products that
do not work, call me
about SLIMBURST at
904-626-3357 or visit me
on the web at
w w w lif e b u r st
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LAKE CITY
COHMUNIlt Y ILLIff
Financial Aid Specialist
Responsible.for'coordinating the functions of
the Federal Family Educational Student Loan
Program. Associate's degree preferred, with
three years record management experience.
Salary: $20,583.00 annually, plus benefits.,

Stores Clerk
Independent clerical-work. Handle.and process
incoming and outgoing mail. Receive' and
document shipments. High School diploma or
equivalent plus 1 year clerical, experience
requirc-d Abilir I.:.' li r nrid ,.:rr.:45 lbs.
Sjljr }.1 -I .I ann all), plus benefits.

Position details and applications available on
our website at www.lakecitycc'.edu.

Inquiries: Human Resource Development
149 SE College Place, Lake City, FL 32025
Phone: (-.,t. 75.4 -1314 Fa\ I 3srn i754-4594
Emairl b,.encherg,'ljkec iicn edu

LCCC is accredited by the C.:'mmikni.'n On
Colleges of the Sutherri Association of
Colleges and Schools.
VP/ADA/EA/EO College in Education &
Employment


We're continuing to grow and in need of
qualified people to work at our Lake Butler
facility. Good benefits, pay based on
experience. Apply in person at 1050 SE 6th
St. in Lake Butler or call 1-800-808-3052.


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Excellent Pay and Benefits


Negotiable Pay based on


knowledge and experience level.





Call Earnie or Kayla for details!


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We have immediate positions for both local and
regional. Day or night shift a ailable. 401K,.
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