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Title: Union County times
Uniform Title: Union County times (Lake Butler, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Sprintow Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Lake Butler Fla
Creation Date: June 9, 2005
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1920?
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        A 1
        A 2
    Section A: Main: Editorial/Opinion
        A 3
    Section A: Main Continued
        A 4
        A 5
        A 6
        A 7
        A 8
    Section B: Regional News
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        B 2
        B 3
    Section B: Regional News: Editorial/Opinion
        B 4
    Section B: Regional News Continued
        B 5
        B 6
        B 7
        B 8
    Section C: Features and Sports
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        C 2
        C 3
        C 4
        C 5
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        C 8
        C 9
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    Section C: Features and Sports: Classified Ads
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USPS 648-200 Four Sections Lake Butler, Florida


Thursday, June 9, 2005


93rd Year 9th Issue 50 CENTS


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OEM urging residents to prepare for season


By JAMES REDMOND
Times Staff Writer
The Union County Office of
Emergency Management
(OEM) is urging all residents
to prepare now for this year's
hurricane season.
OEM Director Doug York is
urging all residents to make
their preparations in advance.
"Now is the time for residents
to make sure they have ample
supplies for the upcoming
hurricane season.," said York.
"Now till June 12 is a great
time for residents to do this."
Governor Jeb Bush has
signed a bill establishing a
sales tax holiday on disaster-
supply items to help Florida
residents prepare for the
season. According to York, it
is hoped the tax break will
motivate more Floridians to
make their preparations early.
Items exempt from tax include:
Flashlights $20 or less.
Weather radios, portable
radios or two-way radios $50
or less.
First aid kits $50 or less.
Gas or diesel fuel tanks
$25 or less.
*Flexible waterproof
sheeting $50 or less.
Ground anchor system or
tie-down kit $30 or less.
Regular types of portable
light batteries $30 or less.
Non-electrical food coolers
$30 or less.


Portable generatorsT75Tor-
less.
York said residents should
prepare a disaster supply kit so
they are ready in the event of
power outages. "The 2004
hurricane season has shown
that residents could be without
power for extended lengths of
time here in the county," said
York. "Residents need to make
provisions for such an event."
According to the
FloridaDisaster.org Web site,
the state's official information
Web site for disaster
information, a disaster supply
kit should consist of:
Water-at least one gallon
daily per person for three to
seven days.
Food-at least enough for
three to seven days. Food
items should include non-
perishable packaged or canned
food, snack foods and special
foods for infants or the elderly.
Items to prepare food such
as a non-electric can opener,
cooking tools, paper plates and A
plastic utensils.
Blankets tc
Clothing C
First aid kit
Medicines or prescription
drugs taken on a daily or
weekly basis.
Toiletries
Flashlight with batteries.
Battery-operated radio.
Cash
Toys, books, games or


bove: This was the message many South Florida residents were saying as the evacuated
o flee the path of Hurricane Frances. With the start of hurricane season, the Union County
officee of Emergency Management Is urging all residents to be prepared for the upcoming
hurricane season. For more, see related story.


other activities to keep
children occupied.
The site also recommends
that vehicles be filled with fuel
before the arrival of the storm.
"It is unpredictable as to how
long gas stations will be closed
after a storm," said York. "By


filling your tank, you will be
sure to have enough gas to get
around to get additional
supplies after the storm."
The site also recommends
that families sit down to
discuss the types of hazards
that could face them. How


things like storm surge,.
flooding and wind could
damage your home should all
be discussed before a storm
arrives. Other things a family
plan should have are:

See SEASON, p. 2A


City takes first step to change CG zoning


Caregivers
support group
hosts dinner
The Family Caregivers
and Grandparents Raising
Grandchildren support
group will host a
"Caregiver's Dinner box-
Fun and Socialization"
event on Wednesday, June
22. The dinner will be held
a Rhodes Bar-B-Q on Lake
Avenue in Lake Butler. The
dinner will begin at 5:30
p.m. For more information
contact Mary Barker at
(386) 496-1358 or (800)
717-3277.



First Christian
hosts VBS
First Christian Church of
Lake Butler will host a
Vacation Bible School
beginning Monday, June 20
from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
The event will run through
Friday, June 24. It will be
held at the First Christina
Church located at 155 N.W.
First Street in Lake Butler.
For more information call
(386) 496-3956.


By JAMES REDMOND
Times Staff Writer
On, May, 2-3, .city of -Lake
Butler commissioners took the
first step toward changing the
city's commercial general
(CG) zoning laws.
Commissioners voted 5-0 to
approve a recommendation
from the planning and zoning
board to change some of the
definitions and wording of the
city's current CG zoning. City
Manager Richard Tillis said
the changes reflect city
commissioners' wishes to
update some older zoning
ordinances.
If approved, Ordinance 05-
04 would require some
businesses in CG zoning to


have their operations
completely enclosed in the
building they operate out of.
Businesses such as television
and radio repair shops and
automotive parts and
accessories stores would be
required to conduct their
business within the four walls
of their buildings.-T-he-zoning
would not allow them to store
anything outside their
buildings.
The ordinance moves some
businesses into the commercial
intensive (CI) zoning category
as well. Dry cleaning and
laundry packaging plants,
commercial parking lots and
garages, automotive self-
service stations and funeral
homes would all be moved to
the CI zoning category.


According to Tillis, Archer
Funeral Home on South Lake
Avenue will not be affected by
the changes. "They are zoned
commercial, central business
district (C-CBD)," said Tillis.
The zoning puts the business
far above its required zoning.
While the ordinance does
not move movie theaters or
community theaiifers nto-ther-C-
category, billiard parlors and
bowling alleys would be. Tillis
said the thinking behind this
move was that billiard parlors
and bowling alleys tend to
attract a different age group
than do movie theaters.
"There is a trend for these
establishments to serve
alcoholic beverages as well,"
said Tillis. "It was the board


thinking that these types of
establishments might be better
suited for CI zoning, away
from .r e s i d n.t i.a,..
neighborhoods."
As defined by current zoning
regulations, the CG.-category
is intended -for general retail
commercial, office and service
activities which serve a market
-area --larger than a
neighborhood. The definition
states that while some of the
same types of uses are found in
the commercial neighborhood
category, the CG areas are
generally greater in scale and
intensity.
The changes follow an
application from Terra Vesta
Group LLC to rezone four
acres in the southeast part of


the city. The group asked
commissioners to change the
zoning of the property located
at the corner of Southeast Fifth..
Avenue and Main Street-to CG
in April.
After reviewing the
application, some
commissioners felt the current
zoning regulations left
developers to much leeway.
They voted to continue the
request until such time as they,
could review the zoning
regulations.
On Monday, July 11, the
commissioners will conduct a
second reading of the
ordinance at which time it will

See CITY, p. 6A


Group looks to open

YMCA in Union County


By JAMES REDMOND
Times Staff Writer


YMCA programs are just that,
programs. "We can have a
karate class at the community
center and a gvmnastics class


On June 7, more than two at the high school," said.
dozen Union County residents at the high school," said
met to discuss the possibility Blenco. "The YMCA i s not
of YMCA programscoming just a building, it's the
of YMCA programs coming to programs it offers as well."
the area. i The North Central Florida
dirmor Bor ortegional YMCA has a host a programs
Florida YMCA, spoke to it offers throughout its
residents about what programs coverage area. They include:
the group offered. "We are Gymnastics
flexible and try to Swimming lessons
accommodate communities Water Aerobics
with whatever types of Summer camps
programs they need," said Child care
Blenco. "We try to serve Senior wellness programs
people from cradle to grave." Blenco said what sets the
Residents attending the YMCA apart from other
meeting were asked to fill out organizations is that the group
a survey identifying what does not turn away people or
programs were needed. Youth families for their inability to
programs such as afterschool pay.. "We find a way for
daycaret summer day camps anyone to participate in any of
and swimming lessons were all our programs," said Blenco.
choices participants could The YMCA was founded in
make. The survey also England in 1844. George
included adult programs such Williams founded the club in
as aerobics, book clubs and response to unhealthy social
parenting workshops. conditions arsing in England
Blenco said the survey during the end of the Industrial
would give YMCA officials a Revolution. In 1851 the first
good idea of what residents YMCA opened in Boston,
wanted out of their YMCA. Mass. Today the group has
"This meeting and survey will more than 2,500 clubs across
help us gauge interest in Union America.
County," said Blenco. "It will More than 18 months ago,
- aise- elp-us identify what Bradford County began the
programs residents waTl--a---same proces-s "I spoke with a
YMCA." group of people there ij]st like
Blenco explained to the I am today," said Blenco.
gathering that while most "Now the Bradford County
people think of a YMCA as a
big building with a pool, some See YMCA, p. 8A


Faith Baptist
holds revival
Faith Baptist Church will
be -hosting a- revival
beginning Sunday, June 19,
beginning at 11:00 a.m.
Evangelist Lee Roy Adams
of South Carolina will be -
the guest speaker. The
church is located on N. W .
12h Avenue in Lake Butler.
For more information call
(386) 496-3384.-


Rotary
accepting
entries for
fishing
tourney
The Rotary Club of Lake
Butler is currently accepting
entries for its Fourth of July
fishing tournament to be
held Monday, July 4. Entry
fee is $40 per boat and
contestants must use
artificial bait. The biggest
bass is guaranteed a $1,000
prize. There will also be a
special tagged prize fish
worth $500. For more
information contact David
Androlevich at (386) 496-
4853.


Get your
booth for
Fourth of July
now
The Rotary Club of Lake
Butler is taking reservations
for booths for this year's
Fourth of July celebration.
Booth will be $25 each and
are on a first come first
served basis. For more
information contact Jenny
Reed at (386) 496-3333.

Normal Deadline is 5
p.m. Monday before
the Thursday
publication date.
Articles can be
submitted to the Times
office on Main Street in
Lake Butler or to the
Telegraph office (131
W. Call St., Starke).
Phone-or fax- 386-496-
2261 or call 904-964-
6305 in Starke.


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Library kicks off summer program


Above: Desitiny McSpadden helps Jodini the Magician during her act on June 2.
Jodini was the kickoff to the Union County library summer program. More than
150 children attended the event. For more pictures from the event, see inside
pages.


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SEASON
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Locate the safest room in
your home form a hurricane
hazard.
Determine escape routes
from your home and places to
meet after.
Make a plan as to what to
do with pets in the event you
are forced to evacuate.
Stock, non-perishable
emergency supplies.
Have an out-of-state friend
as a family contact. This gives
all your family and friends a
single point of contact.
The 2005'Atlantic hurricane
season officially began June 1.
Hurricane forecasters are
predicting that 12 to 15
tropical storms will form in the
Atlantic Ocean this season. Of
those, seven to nine will
became hurricanes. Three to
five will become major
hurricanes.
A major hurricane is defined
as a hurricane that reaches
category three strength or
higher. A category three
hurricane contains winds in
excess of 111 mph.
With this prediction, York
wants those residents who
need to evacuate, to have a
plan in place. "When we give
the order to evacuate, people
need to already know where
they're going," said York. "It
is critical that families in
mobile homes and other homes
with structural issues know
where they are going when the
order comes."
In Union County, the only
approved hurricane shelter is
Union County High School.
Last year the facility served
more than 750 evacuees during
three different storms. While
he hopes the county is not in
need of it this season, York
said he wants people to know
what to bring in case they must
use it. "We want people to
bring the items necessary to
basically camp out for a couple
of days," said York.
These items include:
Pillows and blankets.
Sleeping bags.
Toiletry items including
tooth brush, soap and
shampoo.
Games and activities to
keep smaller children
occupied.
York is also asking residents
to have a plan in place for their
pets -as well: "'Unfortunately;
our shelter is not equipped to
handle animals," said York.
"They will not be allowed
inside the shelter."
FloridaDisaster.org
recommends that pet owners
look to specialized pet shelters,
animal control shelters,
veterinary clinics and friends
and relatives out of harm's
way to take care of their pet
during the storm.
For more information on
what you can do to prepare for
this year's hurricane season
visit FloridaDisaster.org or
call the OEM at (386) 496-
4300.


James Redmond can be
reached at (386) 496-2261 or
jamesredmondl@yahoo.com

Church of
Christ hosts
VBS
The Church of Christ of
Lake Butler will host a
vacation Bible school on
Saturday. June 11,
beginning at 9 a.m. "A
voyage to Jesus, a passage
to peace," is the church's
theme. Those three years of
age and older are invited to
attend. For more
information call the church
at (386) 496-3158 or (386)
496-3861.


Historical
society
accepts
items',
The Union County
Historical Society accepts
historical items for the
museum every Monday
from 9 a.m. until noon.
Items can be taken to the
Townsend Building located
on SR-l00 in Lake Butler.
For more information
contact Cindy North at
(386) 496-3044.


A horse has 18 more
bones than a human.


Trinity Baptist
hosts VBS
Trinity Baptist Church of
Lake Butler has scheduled
its Vacation Bible School
for June 19-23. It will run
from 6-8 p.m. each evening.
Children from grades
kindergarten through sixth
are invited to attend. This
year's theme is junglew-
adventure. The church is
located at 325 S.W. Sixth
Street in Lake Butler. For
more information call (386)
496-3196.


NRPLC
governing
board meets
The governing board of
the New River Public
Library Cooperative will
hold its regular monthly
meeting on Thursday, June
9, beginning at 5 p.m. the
,, meeting willitakenplace at -'
the New River Solid Waste
facility located on SI.R. 121
just North of Raiford. For
more information please call
(386) 496-2526.


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interests.
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Grandparents Raising
Grandchildren support
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Wednesday, June 15, at 5:30
pan. The meeting will take
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Hospital located on S.R. 100.".'.-
in Lake Butler. For more
information call (800)717-
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On May 26, a retirement party was held at the Union County School Board for
Shirley Kirby. Kirby has worked for the school system for more than 36 years.
Her freinds, family and co-workers all joined her to celebrate the event. The
following was written by Kirby to thank everyone who contributed in any way to
make her retirement party a success. To the school board office employees for
planning, making food, decorating, attending, serving and cleaning up. To
Superintendent Faulk and the school board members for your kind words of
praise and encouragement and for being there for me. To myfamily for food you
brought, your support, the beautiful words of love, your prayers and for helping
me through trying times in my life. To Adrian Chapman for the invitations, book
mark favors, being there to take picutres and for your love and support. To Mindy
for caring and being there to greet people as they arrived. To my friends and
relatives, thanks for your love and support, for coming to my party and all of your
prayers. Finally to everyone for attending and for the flowers, gifts, cards and
money tree. Everything was really wonderful and I will always remember each of
you with love and tremendous appreciation.


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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
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guide with tips and simple
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The guide is available free of
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Help a soldier
phone home
The United States Postal
Service is offering a way for
those back home to help.
soldiers serving abroad to keep
in touch.
Helping is easy. Simply
purchase a first class phone
card at your local post office
and deposit it in the special
box set up there.
The U.S. Postal Service will
work with the armed forces to
make sure that the cards reach
soldiers who can use them to
call home.


SUMMER LIBRARY PROGRAMS

Union County Public Library


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Thursday,
June 16th, 10:30 AM
at
Union County Public Library

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Sign-up
open for
voluntary
pre-K
program
A voluntary pre-K
program will have sign ups
for the upcoming school
year at Lake Butler
Elementary School on
Tuesday, June 14, and
Tuesday, June 21.
Any child who will be
four years old before Sept. I
is eligible to sign up.
For information, call the
Early Learning Coalition of
Florida's Gateway, 386-
752-9770.

Workshop

planned for
women
A two-day workshop is
being planned entitled
"Pursuing your Purpose with
Passion."
The event is sponsored by
and will be held at God's Love
and Healing Ministry, Inc. in
Lake Butler.
The workshop is planned for
Friday, June 17, at 7:30 p.m.
and Saturday, June 18, at 10
a.m.
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Another
version of
'Fallen
Heroes'
Dear Editor:
The article Union County
honors its "Fallen Heroes" in
the Thursday, June 2, edition
appears to have been written by
a staff writer who was late for
the Memorial Day Program and
then failed to get the correct
information for the article.
A more accurate account of
the Memorial Day event might
read as follows:
On Monday, May 30, more
than 150 Union County
residents turned out at the
Veteran's Memorial in Lake
Butler to honor those deceased
veterans for service to their
country. The Memorial Day
remembrance took place at
Veteran's Memorial where the
names of the veterans of Union
County who made the ultimate
sacrifice are inscribed.
Memorial Day activities
were sponsored by the
American Legion Post 153 of
Lake Butler, with Post
Commander Leaman Alvarez
acting as master of ceremonies.
The National Anthem was
sung by Mary Weatherholt,
while Legionnaires Seabie
Rucker and Colon Cody raised
the flag. Members of the
Junior ROTC of Union
County High School formed
the Honor Guard.
The Rev. Dr. Harold
Hudson, pastor of Fellowship
Baptist Church of Raiford,
delivered the invocation.
The ceremony included a


rendition of America the
Beautiful by the Fellowship
Baptist Church Praise Singers.
The group consisted of Joyce
Cox, Peggy Cason, Leanan
Burney, Mary Weatherholt,
Gena Singletary, Nick Burke
and Roy Singletary.
First up to the speaker's
podium was Bill McGill, who
displayed a Civil War rifle that
had been donated to the Union
County Historical Society by
the Drigger's family. McGill
invited everyone to tour the
display of war artifacts that
were on display inside the
Masonic Lodge.
Lake Butler Fire Chief Mike
Banks then presented a plaque
to the Veterans of Foreign
Wars Post 10082 recognizing
the contributions of that
organization to the fire
department. VFW Post
Commander Sam Jenkins
accepted the plaque.
Diane Moore. daughter of
Chief Master Sergeant Thomas
Moore, was the guest speaker.
Chief Master Sergeant Thomas
Moore was a resident of Union
County, while serving in the
United States Air Force. In
1965, Sgt. Moore was serving
in Vietnam when he was taken
prisoner. Sgt. Moore is still
listed by the military as being
MIA/POW. Moore gave. a
tearful and heart rendering
account of what it has been
like for her as a daughter of a
MIA/POW.
At the conclusion of Moore's
presentation, Sam Jenkins,
Commander of V.F.W. Post
10082 presented Moore with an
American flag as a symbol of
the gratitude of the veteran's of
Union County for Sgt.
Moore's service and her


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courage.
Keynote speaker for the
Memorial Day program was
retired Lieutenant Colonel
Buck Burney, Florida Air
National Guard. Lt. Col.
Burney served 30 years with
the Florida Air National Guard
and logged over 3,000 flying
hours as an F-15 and F-16
pilot. Lt. Col. Burney's last
command was with the
Southeastern Air Defense
Command at McDill Air Force
Base in Tampa.
Lt. Col. Burney gave a very
informative talk about the
history of Veteran's Day, how
the playing of "Taps" came
about and a very stirring
rendition of the words that
accompany the Bugles' sound.
Lt. Col. Burney also elaborated
on the next generation of
soldier, the youth of our
nation.
After Lt. Col. Burney's
speech, the memorial wreath
was placed at the memorial.
The wreath used was donated
by Else Greene in Memory of
her husband William J. Greene.
The wreath was placed at the
memorial by Legionnaires
Doyle Godwin and Ted Barber.
All those in attendance, were
called to present arms by
Alvarez. While everyone stood
at attention, Irvin Smith played
"Taps" in honor of our fallen
veterans.
The Rev. Art Peterson,
pastor of the First Christian
Church of Lake Butler closed
the program with the
benediction.
This is just my humble
opinion of how the article
should have read.
Leaman E. Alvarez
Commander.
American Legion Post #153


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Badcock Furniture of Lake Butler
Denmark's Furniture of Starke
A & A Transport, Inc.
Archer Funeral Home
Mrs. Vivian Whitehead
Walmart Foundation
Douglass Equipment
Mr. Daryl Brewer
Jostens of Orange Park
Union LaSteel Metal Buildings
Howards Auto Parts
VFW Women's Auxiliary
Dave Mecusker Tax Service
RMC Employee's Club
Thomas Hardware
Florida Pest Control
Community State Bank
Roberts Land and Timber
U.C.I. Employee's Club
Hobo Tractor Company, Inc.
Pritchett Trucking, Inc.
Farm Bureau Insurance
People's State Bank Lake City
Mercantile Bank
Spires I.G.A.
Starke Radio Eagle WEAG
Mr. Flia Perez


Family Dollar
Dollar General
Williams Gas
Sonny's Barbeque of Starke
Audio Waves of Lake City
Books and Birthdays
Rhodes Real Pit Barbeque
Mrs. Martha Powell
Dominos of Lake City
Pizza Hut of Alachua
Cindy Maddox
Hillandale Farms
Union Power Equipment
Mr. Carlton Faulk
Mr. J.T. Parrish
Lake Butler Rotary Club


Interstate Supply, Inc.
Ms. Linda Jenkins, Manager CVS
MCI World Comrn
Video Express
Linda's Jewelry
Lake Butler Farm Center
Power Country 102
Olive Garden Restaurant
Oaks Mall
Outback Steakhouse
Moe's Southwest Grill
The Constitutional Officers of
Union County:
Jerry Whitehead,
Sheriff
Regina H. Parrish,
Clerk of Circuit Court
Honorable David Reiman,
County Judge
Babs Montpetit,
Supervisor of Elections
Patsy Elixson,
Tax Collector
Steve Saunders,
Property Appraiser
Town of Worthington Springs
151 Incorporated
Welch's Service Station
Vision Realty of North Florida, Inc.
Stan Wilkinson, Inc.
NAPA of Lake Butler
The Sporting Chance
Walmart of Starke
Royal Park Cinema of Gainesville
Cracker Barrel of Lake City
Applebee's of Lake City
Coca-Cola
Chick-Fil-A
Subway of Lake Butler
Conastoga Restaurant
I of High Springs
Skips Deli
Mary's Florist
Jessica Andrews


Editorial/Opinion

Thursday, June 8, 2005


Correction: Last week in our
story about Memorial Day, we
stated the VFW Post 10082 of
Lake Butler was responsible
for putting together the
ceremony. The American
Legion Post 153 of Lake Butler
was responsible for the
ceremony. Also Colon Coody
and Seabie Rucker were
identified as being members of
the VFW. They are members of
the American Legion. We
apologize for the error.


Memorial Day
2005, a
weekend to
remember
I am Diane Moore, daughter
of CMSGT Thomas Moore,
USAF POW MIA 10-31-
1965.Thank you for your great
article on Memorial Day
Remembrance. Here is what I
wrote after coming home.
I hardly know how to begin
to put into words the memories
that Memorial Day 2005 made
for me. I guess in some ways it
began with Memorial Day
2002.
In May 2002 I was filled
with emotions that were not
easy, ones that were stronger
than any other that I can
remember.
One night I awoke, got up
and sat down at my computer
and started typing, when I was
done I sent it out to some
friends, family and veterans
that I know. It was titled, "I am
the daughter of a forgotten
American Hero". Title as such
due to the wrenching heart
ache that men like my dad who
are still unaccounted for,
listed as Missing In Action
seem to be placed on the back
burner so to speak. Soon I was
receiving e-mails telling me it
truly hit home. My husband
told me it was a great piece of.
writing. I more or less
shrugged it off.
My father is Chief Master
Sergeant THOMAS MOORE,
USAF.POW MIA 10-31-1965
unaccounted for, South
Vietnam.
In many circles that phrase
tells it all, in many others the
term POW MIA means
nothing.
And goodness say Vietnam
and many all but snuff you out.
A piece of American history
that just soon to be forgotten
put aside and never be


mentioned. However there are
many who did great things
during Vietnam, men and
women who have stories that
have done things only few
dream about. Their families
patiently waiting at home for
their return. Then there are
others who waited at home,
only to find there would be no
return of their loved ones who
also did great things and were
not ever going to be able to
share stories.
That, I suppose is one
reason I wrote all the things I
did in my Memorial Day 2002
remembrance letter.
One place I shared my letter
with was with the POW
network, which Chuck and
Mary ---------------have, these
people have done remarkable
things in educating the public
about multiple items that deal
with our POW MIA issue.
Among a few is a book called
"More than a Band of Metal"
which I have the honor of
having my letter in, and they
keep it posted on their website.
Both of these resources have
brought many e-mails and
letters to me wishing me the
best in my endeavor for
seeking answers on my father.
And prayers and thoughts that
his remains be found and
returned home to American
soil. Along with all of these
wonderful letters have come
people who have had for many
years in their possession, POW
bracelets with daddy's name
engraved on them, who want
to give them to his family.
This humbles me, and often
brings me to tears. But all that
I hear from often makes me
feel it is a way that he has to
communicate.
This May however I think
brought to me a true desire. To
learn more about my dad as a
child. And again I owe my
thanks to Chuck and Mary and
the POW network.
On May 13th, I received a
phone call. Not one that I
expected in any way. It was
from a man who knew of my
dad and his family in a small
town in Florida. Sam was his
name I was speechless and my
heart was in my throat.,
He was apologizing for
calling, but he needed to know
if what he had only learned
was true. He had been to a
district VFW meeting that
weekend and heard my letter
of 2002.
He.was there with two other
men, who had also known my


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dad.
We spoke for a few minutes
I told him yes to the question,
I was indeed the daughter of
one CMGST Thomas Moore
who was still POW MIA, there
was a moment of silence on
both sides of the telephone, a
little more talking and then we
exchanged info. Told me if I
wanted to talk more to please
call him, I told him I would.
I was stunned, to say the
least but happy to know. that
someone from my dads past
had reached out took a chance
-and called.
Yet another phone call
came the Friday before
Memorial Day, again it was
Sam, inviting me and my
family to their Hometown
Memorial day Remembrance
Ceremony. Well it was
actually on my answering
machine and before I had a
chance to listen to it all the
way through there was another
ring, and it was Sam, not only
was he inviting us to the
Memorial day ceremony, he
was asking if I would speak.
After that I suppose another
chapter in my life was made. I
agreed to come, said "I'm not
sure what you want me to say"
and his reply was read your
letter it will say it all.
The town of Lake Butler
Florida that's the place
Memorial day 2005 took place
for me, my husband and 5
year old grandson, whom I
might say is a namesake to his
grandfather and uncle. A trip
to my father's hometown, to
meet with people he knew and
did not know. For me it was
the latter, I did not know any
one.
We drove down the Sunday
the day before Memorial Day
Monday, May 30 2005.Six
hours in a car with a 5 year old
saying "Are we there yet"
made for the perfect'sequel to
the movie. He also kept saying
Africa instead of Florida, but
of course I with all the
swamps, moss and forest he
must have thought he was in
the jungle.
Lake Butler is a small town,
doesn't have a motel or hotel
no hurried pace. Did seem to
have changed much from the
last time I was there. Some 36
years ago. Last visit I was a
young teenager. After that both
of my dad's parents died. No
reason to go back.
We stayed,in the Motel 6n ,
Lake City, again not so
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exciting for adults, but to this
grandson of mine, he was in
the extreme excited mode.
Thought the HUGE shower
that was shaped like a half
circle was Amazing, even
called him mom on the c-
phone while standing in the
shower to tell her about it.
Kids aren't they great, I am
sure his great grandpa would
think so.
But as years do, I began to
seek for answers to many
questions that were not able to
be given by my family. I
needed to know more about
the place where my dad grew
up and the people he had
been friends with.
What he was like as a child
and a teenager but not by
family. Of course I never
thought I would find those
answers. We left the Motel 6
in Lake City and drove 21
miles to Lake Butler. Just to
make sure of course we had no
problems finding it Monday
morning by 10 AM.
And only after a small,
oops wrong way we did. I
told my grandson that this little
town was where his great
grandpa grew up, and that he
had lived here many years
earlier.
I was telling him of his
legacy, one that so far has been
about a man who went away to
war, and did not come home.
And that the POW MIA flag is
important. (He calls it the great
grandpa flag and I guess in
some aspects it is).
We went to a very old
cemetery, and visited his great
great grandfather burial place,
to the town war Memorial and
to the lake, a big dark lake
(Lake Butler). Which I told
him I am sure his great
grandpa swam in.
Back to the motel 6, after
supper, and into bed.
Memorial Day Monday
came and went to fast.
The services were
wonderful, held at the towns
War Memorial, which has the
names of the hometown fallen.
Color guard, rising of the
flag, the National Anthem,
Opening prayer, stage all
decorated with Red White and
"Blue banners. So many nice
people who came up to me and.
my husband. Many of whom
knew my dad, who were his
friends as a boy and young
man, and even a cousin or two
of my dad.
After all the speaking,
which I managed to get
through my part with
minimum tears. And at the End
was presented with a folded
flag.
We were then invited to
attend a hot dog and
hamburger feast at the VFW
post 10082.When we arrived at
the.post we were welcomed ,
with hugs and handshakes, it
was as if I had known these
men and women all my life.
There was at no time a feeling
of not belonging.
Chris was absolute the best
grandpa, and husband at this
time, he fed Tyler our
grandson, and allowed me to
visit and talk with the men
who had grown up with daddy.
Of course I found out later,
Tyler had 4 hot dogs and half a
- hamburger, two cupcakes, a


load of chips, and what
appeared to be gallon of ice
tea. And was the only 5 year
old in the VFW post, but
treated like he was everyone's
great grandson.
During the course of many
conversations, I heard stories
of my dad as a child, and
teenager, and my
grandparents. But the greatest
was to watch the eyes and
expressions of those telling
them. There were tears, and
smiles, and love and pride
shared among them all.
Memories that should have
long since faded from them,
but some how was able to be
brought to surface as if they
were kids yesterday.
I have learned much about
my dad from my mother, and
her family, and of course know
. the story of his capture, prior,
and during by Cm Sgt. Jasper
Page, the only one of the four
who was able to successfully
escape.
But never knew much about
him from his family. Now I
have more understanding of
how he ticked. I learned
where a lot of my personality
comes from. And more people
telling me how much I
resemble him.
There was so much
happening it was more difficult
to have to leave than I thought
it would be. I feel that they did
not want to end it either.
With multiple times of
telling we have to go, we did.
Only with promises to return,
to take more time to find out
secretes of long ago that is so
desperately needed by me.
I believe I have only opened
the door slightly to my father,
but will completely open it.
Not only for me but to pass on
to the youngest generation.
The saying goes; "you can
not know who you are, until
you know where you come
from" is more than a saying.
For those of us who have lost
loved ones in war, finding
those who knew our fathers is
important, but most of all it
helps with childhood
nightmares.
For me the daughter of a
man still Missing in Action
this has turned in to a beautiful
dream that has just begun to
happen.
I can not explain the feelings
that have surfaced for me to
find people who knew my dad
in a small iown'that hardly "'
anyone knows; .. ..
Diane Moore
Daughter
CMSGT Thomas Moore,
USAF
POW MIA 10-31-1965


Sign-up open
for voluntary
pre-K
program
A voluntary pre-K program
will have sign ups for the
upcoming school year at Lake
Butler Elementary School on
Tuesday, June 14, and Tuesday,
June 21.
Any child who will be four
years old before Sept. I is
eligible to sign up.
For information, call the
Early Learning Coalition of
Florida's Gateway, 386-752-
9770.


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On May 28, violin and piano students of Linda Weltner performed in recital in the Friends of Music Room at the
University Memorial Auditorium in Gainesville. Following the recital, a reception was held for the students and
photographs were taken. Students performing included (I-r): first row, Andrew Jo, Megan Seat, Rebecca Drew, Emilio
Quintana, Joseph Kline, Justin Dersch; second row, Kyle Parrish, Grace Quintana, Russell Lipoff, Evan McCartney,
Anne Dersch, Jonathan Dersch and teacher Linda Weltner.


Fall festival
needs artists,
entertainers
Artists and entertainment
applications are now available
for the 20th 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. 83'" 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
Taniilfy 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 Walnut
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
will include everything from
chicken and rice and barbecue
to the festival's famous sweet
potato pie, funnel cake and
other luscious homemade
sweets.

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his misery.
-Matthew Arnold


UC Farmer's
Market now
open
The Union County
Farmer's Market is open
each Saturday from 8 a.m to
1 p.m. The market features
fresh produce and plants
grown by local residents.
For more information call
(386) 496-2321.


Prevention
Task. Force to
meet
The next meeting of the
Bradford/Union Prevention
Task Force will be held at the
First Presbyterian Church of
Starke, 921 E. Call St., at noon
on Thursday, June 9.
For more information, call
Cristine Weitsman at (352)
- 334-1333.


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Journeyman Darren Thornton!
The 56th annual Grad-
uation Exercise of the
Jacksonville General
Apprenticeship Associa-
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Ramona Pavilion on -f-
Friday, June 3,2005.
Darren was accom-
panied by his wife Tara
L. Thornton and his
father and mother-in-
law, Donald and Wanda
Norman of Raiford.
Darren, we would like Darren and his wife Tara
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Marty Wilson (bottom) and his son grant take in some of
the sights and sounds of Jodini.


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Children's Library Dircetor Carol Baier and Jodini draw
names to hand out some of the many prizes available to
participants.


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
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NRSWA
meets again
June 9
The New River Solid Waste
Association, the governing
board of the New River
Regional Landfill in Raiford,
will meet on Thursday, June 9,
at 6 p.m. in the boardroom at
the landfill.
A budget workshop will be
held at 4 p.m.
The association is comprised
of county commissioners from
Bradford, Baker and Union
counties, and its meetings are
open to the public. Agendas
are available in advance. For
more information, call (386)
431-1000.


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Above: Pictured is the 2004-05 Pre-K class from Little Rainbows Learning Center. Pictured
from left to right are: First row: Gavin Dukes, Jara Cummings, Millinea Jennings, Teala
Howard, Lauren Britt, Madison Andrews, Emanuel Dimiro, Kayla Kirby, Camille Bryant and
John Holt. Second row: Wyatt Lugenbeel, Caden Cox, Jerry Gillenwater, Nathan Boone,
Matthew Whitehead, Deron Mith, Ty Hardin, Ryan Beckelheimer, Austin Varnes and
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County
commission
meets third
Monday
The Union County Board
of County Commissioners
meets on the third Monday
of each month beginning at
7 p.m. The meeting is held
in the county commission
chambers located inside the
Union County Courthouse
located at 55 W Main St in
Lake Butler. For more
information call (386) 496-
4241.

LB meets
second
Monday of
month
The City of Lake Butler
city commission meets the
second Monday of each
month at 5:15 p.m. The
meetings are held in the city
hall building located at 200
N.W. I' Avenue in Lake
Butler. For more
information call (386) 496-
3401.

Dial a Story
available to
children
Young children of Union
County are invited to call
dial a story. Children can
hear a story by calling (386)
496-2542. Dial a Story is a
free telephone service for
children brought to you by
the Union County Public
Library. Stories 'are
appropriate for young
children and are changed
weekly..


Historical
Society will
hold meeting
The Union County
Historical Society will meet
on Monday, June 27, at 7
p.m. The meeting will take
place in the Townsend
Building located on Main
St. in Lake Butler. For more
information call (386) 496-
3044.
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the said Town of Worthington Springs on the
third (3rd) Tuesday in July, 2005, the same
being July 19, 2005, for the purpose of electing
the following officers of the said Town of
Worthington Springs to serve for the term of two
years.
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July 1, 2005. An affidavit can be signed at the
Town Hall on Wednesday's from 8:30 a.m. to
2:30 p.m.
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situated on the West side of State Road 121 in
the Town of Worthington Springs on July 19,
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CITY
Continued from p. 1A
come up for a final vote. This
will be the second and final
public hearing on the matter as
well.
This business was the first
the commissioners completed
from their chambers in the new
city hall building. In other
business, the commissioners:
Contributed $1,500 to
assist the Lake Butler Rotary
Club with the Fourth of July
festival.
Agreed to lease Lakeside
Park to Rotary for the festival.
Conducted a public hearing
to close and abandon right-of-



LEGALS

LEGAL NOTICE
The Suwannee River Economic
Council, Inc. Board of Directors will
hold a meeting of the Board of
Directors on Monday, June 20,2005,
7:00 p.m., at the Quality Inn &
Conference Center in Lake City,
Florida.
6/9 ltchg.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
8TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND
FOR UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL DIVISION
CASE NO.: 63-2005-CA-0022
CHASE HOME FINANCE, LLC
SUCCESSOR BY MERGER TO
CHASE MANHATTAN
MORTGAGE CORPORATION,
Plaintiff,
vs.
DAVID L HOLUS; BETTY
THOMAS F/K/A BETTY JO
THOMAS SMITH A/K/A BETTY
THOMAS SMITH; UNKNOWN
HEIRS, BENEFICIARIES,
DEVISEES, ASSIGNEES, LIENORS,
CREDITORS, TRUSTEES AND
ALL OTHERS WHO MAY CLAIM
AN INTEREST IN THE ESTATE OF
IMOGENE R. SHAFFER,
DECEASED; UNKNOWN SPOUSE
OF BETTY THOMAS F/K/A BETTY
JO THOMAS SMITH A/K/ABETTY
THOMAS SMITH; UNKNOWN
SPOUSE OF DAVID L HOLWS-
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF
IMOGENE R. SHAFFER,
DECEASED; JOHN DOE; JANE
DOE AS UNKNOWN TENANTS)
IN POSSESSION OF THE
SUBJECT PROPERTY,
Defendants
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
'SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to a Final Judgment of
Foreclosure dated the 25th day of
May, 2005, and entered in Case No.
63-2005-CA-0022, of the Circuit
Court of the 8th Judicial Circuit in and
for Union County, Florida, wherein
CHASE HOME FINANCE, LLC
SUCCESSOR BY MERGER TO
CHOSE MANHATTAN
MORTGAGE CORPORATION is
the' Plaintiff and DAVID L. HOLLIS;
BETTY THOMAS A/K/A F/K/A
1E1TTY JO TfHOMAS SMITH A/K/A
BETTY THOMAS SMITH;
UNKNOWN HEIRS,
BENEFICIARIES, DEVISEES,
ASSIGNEES, LIENORS,
CREDITORS, TRUSTEES AND
ALL OTHERS WHO MAY CLAIM
AN INTEREST IN THE ESTATE OF
IMOGENE R. SHAFFER, a
DECEASED; UNKNOWN SPOUSE F
OF BETTY THOMAS A/K/A F/K/A
BETTY JO THOMAS SMITH A/K/A
BETTY THOMAS SMITH; t
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF DAVID L. "
HOLLIS; UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF
IMOGENE R. SHAFFER, v
DECEASED; JOHN DOE; JANE
DOE AS UNKNOWN TENANTS)
IN POSSESSION OF THE
SUBJECT PROPERTY are
defendants. I will sell to the highest
and best bidder for cash at the
FRONT LOBBY OF the Union
County Courthouse, in LAKE T
BUTLER, Florida, at 11 a.m. on the f
30th day of June, 2005, the following v
described property as set forth in said I
Final Judgment, to wit: r
Schedule A
A parcel of land containing a total
area of 18.7 acres, more or less, N
lying, being and situate in Section 34, P
Township 5 South, Range 18 East,
Union County, Florida, more
particularly described as follows:
Commence at the Northwest comer i
of the Southwest 1/4 of Northwest 1/4 f
of said Section 34, and run North 88
degrees 53 minutes 32 seconds East, T
along the North line of said Southwest
1/4 of Northwest 1/4 of Section 34, a
distance of 661.52 feet to the POINT t
OF BEGINNING of the hereinafter
described parcel of land: f
Thence continue running North 88
degrees 53 minutes 32 Seconds East, (
continue along said North line of
Southwest 1/4 of North west 1/4 of c
Section 34, a distance of 688.22 feet; F
thence run South 00 degrees 35
minutes 09 seconds East, a distance S
of 603.76 feet; thence run South 88 S
degrees 01 minute 12 seconds West, F
a distance of 156.82 feet; thence run F
South 00 degrees 35 minutes 09 T
seconds East, a distance of 750.38 C
feet to the intersection with the North S
prescriptive right-of-way line of a F
county maintained graded road; S
thence run South 85 degrees 35 F
minutes 22 seconds West, along said F
North prescriptive right-of-way line of 1
a county maintained graded road, a V
distance of 60.13 feet; thence run S
North 00 degrees 35 minutes 09 A
seconds West, a distance of 752.93 F
feet; thence run South 88 degrees 01 T
minute 12 seconds West, a distance L
of 471.57 feet; thence run North 00 D
degrees 35 minutes 09 second West, D
a distance of 614.24 feet to the POINT N
OF BEGINNING. n


Subject to a 60 foot easement for A
ingress, egress, and public utilitiities,
over and across a portion thereof v
being more particularly described as th
follows:
Commence at the aforesaid
Northwest corner of the Southwest
1/4 of Northwest 1/4 of Section 34
and run North 88 degrees 53 minutes E
and 32 seconds East, along the p
aforesaid North line of the Southwest Ta
1/4 of Northwest 1/4 of Section 34, a F
distance of 661.52 feet; thence run In
South 00 degrees 35 minutes 09 D
seconds East a distance of 554.22 di
feet to the POINT OF BEGINNING of ac
the hereinafter described 60 foot pr
easement; thence run North 88 3y
degrees 01 minute 12 seconds East a (V
distance of 688.40 feet; thence run St
South 00 degrees 35 minutes 09


way on Southeast Fifth
Avenue.
Awarded Andrews Paving
a $35,797 contract to pave the
city hall parking lot.
Approved the purchase of a
$8,921 copier from IKON of
Gainesville.

James Redmond can be
reached at (386) 496-2261 or
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we speak.
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LEGALS


second East, a distance of 60.02 feet;
thence run South 88 degrees 01
minute 12 seconds West, a distance
of 156.82 feet; thence run South 00
degrees 35 minutes 09 seconds East,
a distance of 750.38 feet to the
intersection with the aforesaid North
prescriptive right-of-way line of a
county maintained graded road;
thence run South 85 degrees 35
minutes 22 seconds West, along said
North prescriptive right-of-way ne of
a county maintained graded road, a
distance of 60.13 feet; thence run
North 00 degrees 35 minutes 09
seconds West, a distance of 752.93
feet; thence run South 88 degrees 01
minute 12 seconds West a distance
of 471.57 feet; thence run North 00
degrees 35 minutes 09 seconds West
a distance of 60.02 feet to the POINT
OF BEGINNING.
In accordance with the Americans
with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA),
disabled persons who, because of
their disabilities, need special
accommodation to participate in this
proceeding should contact the ADA
Coordinator at 55 W. Main Street,
Room 103, Lake Butler, FL 32054 or
Telephone Voice/TDD (904) 496-
3711 prior to such proceeding.
Dated this 6th day of June, 2005.
REGINA PARRISH
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: Julia Croft
Deputy Clerk
Law Office of Marshall C. Watson
1800 NW 49th St., Suite 120
Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33309
Telephone: (954) 453-0365
Facsimile: (954) 771-6052
6/9 2tchg. 6/16

NOTICE OF PROPOSED
APPROVAL OF AN
APPLICATION FOR A
SPECIAL EXCEPTION
PERMIT BY THE BOARD OF
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
ACTING AS THE BOARD OF
ADJUSTMENTS OF UNION
COUNTY, FLORIDA
Notice is hereby given that on June
20, 2005, at 6:50 p.rrm., the Board-of.-
County Commissioners, acting as
the Board of Adjustments of Union
County, Florida, will meet in a Public
Hearng to be held in Room 101 of the
Union County Courthouse, Lake
Butler, Florida, to consider an
application by Robin and Made Deen
or a special exception permit to
establish a commercial kennel. Said
application may be inspected by the
public at 15 Northeast First Street.
ake Butler, Florida, during the hours
of 8 a.m. through 5 p.m., Monday
through Friday, excepting legal
holidays. All interested parties may
appear at the meeting and be heard
vith respect to the application.
6/91tchg.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
8TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND
FOR UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL DIVISION
CASE NO.: 63-2005-CA-008
IPMORGAN CHASE BANK, AS
TRUSTEE,
Plaintiff,
Vs.
ULLIE MAE RUIS, et al,
Defendants)
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
ursuant to a Final Judgment of
mortgage Foreclosure dated May 25,
2005 and entered in Case No. 63-
2005-CA-008 of the Circuit Court of
the EIGHTH Judicial Circuit in anrd
or UNION County, Florida wherein
JPMORGAN CHASE BANK, AS
TRUSTEE, is the Plaintiff and LILLIE
MAE RUIS; CITIFINANCIAL
MORTGAGE COMPANY, INC.; are
he Defendants, I will sell to the
ig hest and best bidder for cash at
FRONT DOOR OF THE MIDDLE
OF THE UNION COUNTY
COURTHOUSE at 11 a.m. on the
10th day of June, 2005, the following
described property as set forth In said
Final Judgment.
A PARCEL OF LAND SITUATED IN
SECTION 17, TOWNSHIP 5
SOUTH, RANGE 21 EAST,
FURTHER DESCRIBED AS
FOLLOWS: COMMENCING AT
THE NE CORNER OF THE NW 1/4
)F THE SW 1/4, RUN THENCE
SOUTH ON LAND LINE 453.375
FEET FOR A POB; RUN THENCE
SOUTH ON LAND LINE 151.125
EET; RUN THENCE EAST 209
EET; RUN THENCE NORTH
51.125 FEET; RUN THENCE
/EST 209 FEET TO THE POB.
AID LANDS SITUATE, LYING
ND BEING IN UNION COUNTY,
LORIDA. TOGETHER WITH
HAT CERTAIN MOBILE HOME
OCATED. THEREON,
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sTNESS MY HAND and the seal of
is court on June 6,2005.
REGINA PARRISH
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By: Julia Croft
Deputy Clerk
chevarria & Associates, P.A.
.0. Box 25018
ampa, Florida 33622-5018
d4015989
accordance with the Americans
disabilities Act, persons with
sabilitles requesting reasonable
,commodations to participate in this
oceeding should contact (386) 496-
11 (Voice) or (386) 374-3639
'oice or TDD) or via Florida Relay
service at 1-800-955-8771.
6/9 2tchg. 6/16


A brief

history of the

Lake Butler

Singles Club
In late 1980s, Lake Butler
was a quiet little town with the
usual amenities, but lacking in
organizations for one segment
of its people, the mature
population without a spouse,
for whatever reason.
Society as a whole doesn't
recognize the problems
engendered by the loss of a
spouse, and usually leave the
person that has lost his or her
husband or wife to shift for
himself or herself. It's all too
true; the half of a couple left
living is a fifth-wheel in social
circles, and even friends and
neighbors with the best of
intentions, cannot fully
understand the loss, until it
comes to his home.
Lake Butler had a number of
people falling into the category
of being alone with no social
outlets, feeling alone and
unwanted, a common feeling
for singles, but the Lake Butler
Singles determined to do
something about the situation.
They decided to hold a party.
This small group had been
attending Singles Clubs in
Keystone Heights, Orange
Park, Palatka and Gainesville,
providing them with a roster of
similarly situated people in the
area.
Bill Barber and Milton Clark
(Macclenny residents) rented
the Community Center in Lake
Butler, and invited singles from
the area. The party/dance was .
held June 9, 1990, attracting
singles from a large area in
north-central Florida, and
proved to be quite successful.
The building was rented again
for the succeeding Saturday
night, and the Lake Butler
Singles Club was organized
and underway. It has been a
successful venture for 15 years
providing fellowship and
camaraderie for persons without
partners, and in a few cases,
brought couples together in
marriage. Club members that
have found marriage partners
are allowed to continue
membership in the club, but
cannot hold elective office.
Members Milton Clark, Bill
Barber, Doris RiChard, Bob
Wellington and Kenneth Turner
loaned the fledgling club $100
each, and Pete Dukes loaned
$50. The loans were repaid


within a few weeks, and the
club has operated "in the black"
for 15 years.
Fortunately, Saturday nights
were available for Lake Butler
to hold its meetings, and this
has proven beneficial to
drawing good attendance. Dues
and fees have been kept

minimal to attract singles of
modest means. Dues are $12
per year, with two "free"
nights, and $6 per evening ($7
for non members) to pay
operating costs. The club
spends about $500 per night to
hold a dance, with $350 going
for a live band, and $80.25 for
rent on the building. Women
(and some men) bring "pot-
luck" food for dinners, and are
awarded with free entrance the
following week if their names
are drawn. The club furnishes
coffee, paper goods and other
supplies, including soft drinks.
Members and guests normally
drink 2530 two litre bottles of
soft drinks each evening.
Attendance has held steady at
95-110 for the past several
years, drawn from eight area
counties. Invitations to attend
are not required, but reasonable
attire is expected. Neither
drinking nor smoking is
allowed inside the building.
The club is proud of the
decor and behavior of its
patrons.


FDOT

announces

lane closure
C.R. 245 will experience
possible daytime lane closures
between C.R. 238 and the
Columbia County line as crews
prepare to resurface.
Drainage structures will be
repaired began the week of
June 6 followed by the
resurfacing. Lane closures will
be up to two miles long.
Motorists should expect delays
or find an alternate route.

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.


Special certification

meeting to be held


By JACQUE BREMAN
UC Extension Director

A meeting is scheduled to be
held on Monday, June 13, 9:30
a.m. for Nutrition Program
Certification Training. The
meeting will be held at the Union
County Courthouse in the County
Commissioners' Meeting Room.
Any county Farmers' Market
vegetable growers who have not
been previously certified in the
Nutrition Program are invited to
attend.
The certification training helps


The earliest known use
of the term "merry-go-
round" is found in a
poem written by
Englishman George
Alexander Stevens in
1729.


vegetable growers selling at the
Farmers' Market to accept the
Farmers Market Nutrition
Program (FMNP) and WIC
coupons. The FMNP program
helps improve the health of
women and children and
encourages the purchase of locally
grown fresh fruits and vegetables
directly from farmers.
For more information about the
meeting and the Farmers' Market
contact the extension office at
(386) 496-2321.

Jacque Breman can be
reached at (386) 496-2321.


Trinity Baptist
hosts VBS
Trinity Baptist Church of
Lake Butler has scheduled
its Vacation Bible School
for June 19-23. It will run
from 6-8 p.m. each evening.
Children from grades
kindergarten through sixth
are invited to attend. This
year's theme is jungle
adventure. The church is
located at 325 S.W. Sixth
St. in Lake Butler. For more
information call (386)- 496-
3196.


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CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE


'Taking Care of Business"


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


MAIN OFFICE
100 E. Call St., Starke
904-964-5278
www.northfloridachamber.com


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


Special Aotice!
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 .-,,


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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: Mondav, June 27, Noon
Where: Western Steer Steak House
Sponsor: Whispering Oaks Apartments
STARKE


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Special thanks to The Beat Goes On


for hosting the CPR class at the

Starke Golf & Country Club!


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.


Elaine Slocum of Bradford Faith

Community Center spoke at the recent

Front Line Lunch.


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YMCA Farmers' Market gets bigger every Saturday
Continued from p. 1A


YMCA has several programs
serving its residents." Those By JACQUE BREMAN
programs include afterschool UC Extension Director
care, swimming lessons,
summer camp and a wellness The volume and varieiN of
center. produce continues to increase
Blenco explained to the each Saturday at the LUnion
group .he--fir-st--thing--that- County Farmer's Market.
needed to be done was to raise On May 28, nine farmer.,
money for the project. "Before were at the market lhitch
we can do anything, we are really increased the volume
going to have to get some and variety of freshly picked.
money in the bank," said locally grown produce. The
Blenco. He encouraged first sweet corn of the season
participants to become a part arrived last Saturday.
of the Foufider's Committee. Radishes, greens, rutabagas,
The committee will help raise zucchini, yellow squash, snap
funds as well as direct the beans, new potatoes, onions.,
activities of the YMCA. peppers, hydroponic tomatoes.
Blenco told the group a local eggplant and cabbage %%ere
YMCA is totally what the among the many items farmers
_community--makes-- -t" --ad for sale.-The iiirket opens
totally up to the community as at 8 a.m. each Saturday The
to what the YMCA becomes," market is open till I p.m or
said Blenco. until the growers sell out.
He said he has already talked On past Saturdays, grov.ers
to local officials like Lake have been selling out by noon.
Butler City Manager Ricahrd so it is a good idea to get to the
Tillis and Union County market early in the.morning.
Superintendent of Schools Early arrivals also get the best
Carlton Faulk about the selection. For more
YMCA. "Faulk'has told me the information you can call the
school board strongly supports extension office at (386) 496-
the program," said Blenco. 2321.
For more information about
the YMCA visit ncfymca.org Jacque Breman can be
or call (352) 374-9622. reached at (386) 496-2321.


Above: Ricky Jenkins (right) and his grandson Daniel are pictured with some of the
season's first sweet.corn at the Farmers' Market.


Godwin
annual
cookout set
The 22nd annual Doyal
and Wanda Godwin cookout
will be held Saturday, June
11, at the Lake Butler
Community Center in Lake
Butler. Lunch will be served
from Noon to 1 p.m. All
family and friends are
invited. For more
information contact Wanda
Godwin at (386) 496-2874.

Host a
chamber
BASH....-
If you are-- interested in
hosting a Business and Social-
Hour (BASH) for the North
Florida Regional Chamber of
Commerce, call (904) 964-
5278.


James Redmond can be
reached at (386) 496-2261 or
jamesredmondl @yahoo.com

LBES accepts.
teacher
requests
Lake Butler .Elementary -
-School will be accepting
requests for specific
teachers on June 27. Doors
of the cafeteria will open at
-7 a.m. for parents to get a
number. Once they have
.number they must remain in
the cafeteria until noon
when requests will be taken.
Numbers will only be given
to adults 18 and older. No
parent may hold another's
place in line. For more
information call (386) 496-
3047.

.ABCTEoffers
teaching
certification
Individuals who want to
become teachers and earn the
respected and efficient
"Passport. to Teaching"
certification cab save $100 off
the $500 application fee until
May 31, the American Board
for Certification of Teacher
Excellence (ABCTE)-
*- anneunced-May 20.
Designed to attract more
talented professionals to the
become teachers--the"Pasport
to Teaching" is recognized as s
route- to full teacher
certification by the states of
Florida, Idaho, New
Hampshire, Pennsylvania and
Utah.
To earn the "Passport to
Teaching", individuals must
hold a bachelor's degrees and
demonstrate mastery on
examinations of -subject area
knowledge and professional
teaching knowledge.
Certification candidates can
prepare on their own time and
at their own pace,. using
preparation materials available
from a variety of sources, No _
additional college courses are
required unless the
certification candidate chooses
to6 participate in them for
preparation purposes.
"America will need 2.4
million new teachers over the
next 10 years," said ABCTE
president Kathleen Madigan.
"If ydu. have-the skills, the -
intelligence and the passion to
teach, there is a classroom
right now that needs you."
Currently, "Passport to
Teaching" certification is
available in the areas of
elementary education, English,
mathematics, general science
and biology. Individuals who
earn the certification are
considered highly qualified
according to the No Child Left
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News from Bradford County, Union County and the Lake Region area



SFCC instructor see-sto'nstitfpassioanor !earning
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 naive 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
Telegraph Staff Writer 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


A job with a six-figure
income may sound like a dream
job, but Cindy Snell found
herself wanting more-no:
more money, but more from
life.
With that in mind, Sneli
returned to school after a
lengthy absence, completed her
education and now has the jot
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 oni
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
grandfiother 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 bof her goals .as to
compete in the Ol mpics. 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.
S It. \'as -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-.- Snelt -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


There is no medicine like
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.
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how to turn on a computer.
"I politely got my things, as


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what happened. As it turned


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


one of tear 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 Petlle-- and"
Jennell Dyal, 'both 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 Cauff man
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
Pay Hart; two sons, EHrry Lee
HW Jr. and Wilton Han and a
daughter Margaret Parker
Graeside sern ices 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 I. 2005.
Born on July 22. 1960 in,
Valparaiso, Ind., Mrs. Hicke -
was a homemaker and a member
of Beulah Baptist Church. She
was also a member of the Clay'
County Cattlemen'.s
Association.
S 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. Sand, Gentry, Jeannie
" Morris, Rachel Webb and
Michelle Gonzalez; and' ore
grandchild.
Funeral ser ices for Mrs.
HickeN 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
Windsor Manor Care Center in
Starke following an extended
S 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
S 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
%,as. preceded in death by her
husband Dan Johnspn and three
S children.
S 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
follov4 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 the-
Rev. Rusty Womack officiating.
Burial will follow atf 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.


Thomas Lewis Born in Perry the son of the
Thomas Lewi late Homer, and Ida Padgeti. Mr.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Padgett lived in Jacksonville
Thomas H. Lewis, 81, of before moving to Lawtev in
Keystone Heights died ThursdayL 1952 where he 'sas emploNed
June 2, 2005 with Dupont Chemical Compan\
Born in Cordele. Ga. on Oct. as a master welder. He moved to
22, 1923,.Mr. Lewis served in Georgia in 1985 and was a
the U.S. ,5th Army .in Company country rock musician. He served
B, 363rd Infantry, 91st in the'U.S Arm\ 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 b\: a
member of New Beginnings .daughter Gloria Kohut of Lawte,_
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 Grateside ser ices 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, Dof 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
an.d 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, Ricky Bannister of
Drawdy of Jesup, Ga. and Pastor Washington State, Jerry
Jim. .Prose,.. 9f,,,-rs Ba. ,t e^g of Irmo, S.C. andft,.
Chu rch.- Jois' Fiexral l'F oe' "D *b. Rengeririg of Orlando;
KeN stone Heights i n charge of daughtids, Mar\ Ann Jones of
arrangements. Keystone Heights. Linda
Bourgeois of Melbourne and
Sarah Gassett Kathy Engelkens of Irmao;. 15
Sa a1 Gass L grandchildren 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 Beaut. be made to the American Heart
Shop in Gainesville until her Association.


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KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Tonda
Jo Sparks, 45, of Keystone
Heights died Tuesday, May 31,
2005, at E.T. York' Center in
Oainesville following a battle
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
Keystone Heights; a daughter
.Ashlee Dotson of Orange Park; a
son Adam Dotson of Orange
Park; her grandmother' Winona
Ridaught of -Lake.Geneva;' her
parents JoAnn and Jack, O'Grady
of Palatka; three brothers, Jeff
Barton,_Sanford 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.


Lamar Wilson
FLORAHOME Lamar Arthur
Wilson. 67, of Florahome died
WednesdaN, June I. 2005. at
'Lake Cit) VA Medical Center
following an extended illness.
Born in Thomas' ille. Ga. onw
Dec 4. 1937. Mr Wilson mo.ed
to Florahome 15 Nears ago from
Atlantic Beach. He ,as retired
from the United State;, Na\\ as a
communications technician. He
was a member of the Disabled
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mother Marie Anderson of
Moultrie, Ga.; and one
grandchild.
Graveside services for Mr.
Wilson were June 3, 2005 in
Jacksonville Memory Gardens.
with full military honors. Burial
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William Ryder
WELBORN William "Bill"
Earl Ryder, 62. of Raiford died
Tuesday, May 24, 2005. 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 \\ illiams
of Welborn; a companion
Carolyn,. Harvey; five step-
daughters, Judy Egant, Tammie
Foerman and Christine Dyal, all
of Lake Butler. JoAnn Br\ant of
Lake Cit'. and Louise Hall of
Mis.issippi: four step-sons,
Frank Br.ant and Jimmy Bryant,
both of Lake Butler. Donald
BrNant and Daniel Bryant, both
of Raiford; three brothers,
Thomas Paul Ryder of Lake Cit.,
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
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LAKE BUTLER Rebecca B
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Editorial/Opinion ReaderZwants


Thursday, June 9, 2005 Page 4B


Get up and get going


"Grow Old Along with Me
The Best is yet to Be"
-Robert Browning, 1812-
1889


Unlike the,English 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 discouraging old people from driving.
age, but planning is required, along Actually, we have a very good record
with plain good luck. and there are too many of us for
Unfortunately, too many people seem politicians to advocate putting us out to
to empathize with the "good luck" part, pasture. Be independent and remain
rather than planning for the later years independent.
of life and finding that reacting to Let me share with you some of my
events of old age takes a heavy toll on interests. After all, I'm no longer
interesting and productive living at the young, but I am busy on several fronts.
expense of enjoying a time of reduced My activities may not be of interest to
responsibility and increasing leisure. teeryone, but they sure beat sitting at
Begin now to think of the years beyond home looking at four walls.
your present vocation, because they S
will arrive all to soon, regardless of I attend Sunday school and church
your being ready, and your plans to and take an active parts much more
work "until I die" may fail because of a than "something to do on Sunda
disability mornings. It takes care of the spiritual
A "good old age" requires acceptable side of life and brings me into contact
A "good old age" requires acceptable with a" hundred or more people from
health. Begin today to make good the community. I grew up in a church-
health possible by breaking bad habits, going family and attending Sunday
such as drinking to excess, smoking, morning services is a habit of long
reckless driving and other habits laden standing. I
with unhealthy results. Learn to like p e
yourself, even at the price of changing I play golf because of the
habits or associating wit4 new friends. camaraderie of the men in our golfing
Make no mistake: We arenjudged by the group. It is made up of retirees from
people with whom we associate, and if many walks of life who share love of
we move in the wrong group, we will the game, and enjoy being with men of
be dragged down to that level, good character. Contrary to jokes
concerning golf, there is no foul
Elderly people bring many problems language in the group, and a minimum
on themselves, including loneliness of gossip. In fact, conversation is
- and depression, two common .enemies liMnitd as we concentrate on the game.
of happy retirement living that can be
controlled only by the individual. ToO'*" ..-dWa-siigles dace-elu "-ah'each
often they sit at home and complain Saturday night in Lake Butler in which
that "My children never come to see most participants are age 55 and above,
me," never admitting that they are although there are no age limits.
making no effort to being cheerful or Attendance averages 100-105 each
being able to carry on an interesting week, drawn from eight counties in
conversation. It's true that some north central Florida. We have a live
children see visiting the "old folks" as band each week and a potluck dinner,
a duty, rather than a pleasure because a which is usually quite good, all for $6,
litany of troubles is all they hear. for members, $7 for nonmembers. It's a
Listening to continuous complaints real bargain for a night's dinner and.
hti 6ehelderlvi s sr ; n ffo.r entertainment, sans alcohol or


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 ,w ith
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


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


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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
sgie the ta\paN er 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 count) 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.
Malcolm Hill
Morgan Rod .


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
Departmerntalso. 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 appliimces.
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.
S--- 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 II11, 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 for
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 few miles away 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
eereNone.
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.


I I


^


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


Reader says
'thanks for

hard work'
Dear Editor:
Thank you for all the
thought and hard work you put
into the "Monitor."
It's a top quality paper and I
read every word each week
(well, almost).
A. Louise Cooney
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
volunteersrs for its Serving Health
Insurance Needs of Elders (SHINE
program. The program pro ides
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.







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


Shira and Turney are wed,
celebrate 3rd anniversary


Amy Marie Shira, daughter of
i 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."


PAID


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 arid
works at the VA Medical
Center.
The wedding will take place.
at noon on Saturday, June 11,
2005 in First Presbyterian
'' Church in Starke.
'-1' I 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.


Rotary Club
to honor
Al Crosby
The Starke Rotary Club and
American Legion Post 56
invite .thecommunity to, honor
.,,).rtngtu-,eciy.ic ,edes: Al.
Crosby on Saturday -Jurie 18'.
2:30-4 p.m. at the American
Legion Post 56 building at 709
Ed\ ards 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 CrosbY's
career in the Armed Forces, the
city and county, and his
-extensive involvement with
Rotary and the American
Legion. City and county-,
dignitaries will also be on
hand.


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


Hope Paterson and
i Daniel Davis :


Paterson and
Davis to wed
Larry and Terri Paterson of
Starke announce the upcoming
marriage of their daughter,
Hope Paterson, to Daniel Davis,
son of Scott and Melissa Davis.
of Hampton.
The bride-elect is a 1999
graduate of Bradford High
School (BHS) and is currently
attending the University of


iS i


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 1and 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 RoseMay
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 "the,
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.


Bradford Lodge No. 35 F&AM, at
the corner of Orange and Call
streets, in Starke has slated commu-
nications on the second and fourth
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
information and/or screenings are
available for ages birth to 5 years.
To schedule an appointment, call
Child Find at (800) 227-6036 or go
to www. nefec.org/fdlrs (click on
Child Find).


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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OBITUARIES:-


i 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 dreafis 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 Nears 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.
S Mr. Shaw is survived by: his
wife Fran Morgan Shaw: his
mother Ida Conner Shaw of St.
Augustine: a sister Geraldine
Shaw Bennett of Keysione
Heights; three daughters. Gina
{ Fink of Kathleen. Ga.. Carrie
I Sha of Belle\ue. Idaho and
i Robin Sha'% 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
S \WfP.Cete-iry in.n Unadifla-I.'!.
GC., A memorl.jl er' ,ice ,.ill be
f elid ai the First Bptijsi Church
of Starke on Saturday. June II.
2005 at 11 a.m.
The familN may be contacted at
the West residence, 716 Duncan
Ave Unadilla or register online
at wAww.brannen-nesmith,com.
S Bannen-NeSmith Funeral
Home of Unadilla is in charge of
arrangements. Jones Funeral
S Home of Starke is in charge of
local arrangements.
PAID



Sidney Manning
LAWTEY Sidney Manning,
74. of LailteN died Thursday,
June 2. 2005, at Shands Alachua
General Hospital follow ing 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.
S Mr' Manning is survived by:
' his %wife Wanda Manning of
i Lawtey; two sons, Charlie
SManning of Lawley and Jeffery
Eates of Starke; two sisters'.
Lottie Davis of Cedar Hills and
Sidne> Bell Martin of Lawtey.
Funeral services for Mr.
Manning were June 4, 2005 in
the Chapel of Archie Tanner
SFuneral Home of Starke with the
SRen. Gene Folsom officiating
p ith burial in Highland First
Baptist Church Cemeter.







LUSN Retired
June 9, 1909-January 28, 1999
Angels lice forever far beyond our
S days on earth,
And every soul receives an angel
guardian at birth.
Invisible, Lthese angels never leave
us, day or night The.y knot.. our
Fears and whisper: ATlings are
going to be all right
Tiies give us strength and purpose,
Keep our hope and courage stronger
Tuey nil our minds with knisdom I


and ohr spirits with a song. .
And when the tune in this world
homes to journev's end, Our angel
walks beside us like a kind and
" familiar friend
; And as we leave this place we've
ever known,. e .see our angels
smile at last and hear You're T
home ... you're home. "
Loving arid missing you still.
" Your daughter,
~ lance Pownall


In Memory

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, Waiine. Vale rite & Ayden


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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
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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.


the events involved are all
clearly contained on audio tape,.
Officer Hooper,-i4-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 1 by
Sgt. Willianm 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.


Police Recent
justified arrests
in shooting in Bradford,
A grand jury will not ha\e to Clay or Union
hear the case involving a T f idv
Starke police officer who hot The following individuals
a woman as she pointed a gun sere arrested. recently b) local
at him. law- enforcement officers in
"It is my conclusion that Bradford, Clay (Keystone
they (the officers) clearly acted Heights area) or. Union
appropriately," State Attorney Couity:.
a]ill Cervone said.
'The announcement came .- Michael, .oge, 23. of
after Cervone met with the Brooker"-s t T ed May 31
officers and investigators from by Bradford Sgt. Danny Wolfe
the Florida Department of L for grand theft, manufacturing
the Florida Department of Law drug paraphernalia and
Enforcement. who did an possession of cannabis. During
independent review of the April a warrant arrest the deputy
14 shooting. Based on the found pipes used to smoke
findings, Cervone said he crack in Hodge's possession.
decided a grand jury did not Hedge admitted to making
have to hear the case. pipes for other people, Sgt.
Deborah K. Buffington, 52. Wolfe said. Surety bonds
of Starke told her husband she totalling $20,000 were posted
was going to kill herself. for his release from custody.
When police arrived at her
residence the) found Buffington
had fired a shot that travelled THE NATIVE AI
through her home, entered the 'IV
house next door and struck
Mary Williams. who was in BUY SELL--
her kitchen.
Buffington then barricaded
herself in her own bathroom. Native Americ
Officers James Hooper and
Jasc-: Crosty attempted to talk 352-2
to Butfingtorn and then to force
the door of-the bathroom open
after a seco shot was fired. 150S. Lawrence Blvd.
Ehr;ifnglt-n opened the door and Keystone Heights
appeared with a high-powered (across from Dollar Generall
rifle in her hand. When
i trurted t.o ,Jrop the weapon.
Baflin-.n i pointed the rifle at MI,
Officer Hooper.
Officer Hooper fired one PO "
rird frcm his service %weapon.
suiking Buffington in the 'ree INSI
abdominal area.
Both Buffington and sti s R
Wi'liams are continuing, to --"-
recover from their injuries. Collision Repair Specialists
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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 -6in aalc6dholic
beverage, Sgt. Crews said.
Bond was set at $1,OQ0.
Wesley. Nathan Bailey, 19, .
of Lawtey was arrested -Jiie 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 Da% id Bukowski
for possession of drug
paraphernalia. Responding to a
call of two subjects possible.
doing drugs, Officer Bukowski
found Barnes with a homemade
crack pipe in his hand. The.
pipe contained residue and steel
wool used as a filter, Officer
Bukowski said. Borid 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 oswn
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 Chavarria. 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 'q e, store.
Johnny Broestler, 37, of
Brooker was arrested May 31
by Bradford Deputy David
Thompson for battery
Charles Henderson, 26, of
Starke was arrested June I by
Bradford Deputy David Young
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from Clay and Duval. He may
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_ -Dorothy Craven, ..21, ... of
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calls. A $5,000 surety bond
was posted for her release from
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Donald Hoilman, 18, of
Graham was arrested June 1 by
Deputy Young on warrants
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of structure and shooting into a
private structure.
Kevin .Bridges, 36, of
Lawtey was arrested June I by
Bradford Deputy Donald
Cannon for violation of
probation manufacturing
cannabis. He was released on
his own recognizance by Judge
David Glant.
Vernon Godbolt,.57, of Lake
Butler was arrested June 1 by
parole officers for violation of
probation child abuse from
Union County. A $5,000
surety bond was posted for his
release.from custody.

Michael Taylor, 25, of
Melrose was arrested May 31
by Clay Deputy Sutherland' for
violation of probation
introduction of contraband.
Billy Cavender. 27. of
Hawthorne was arrested May
31 by Bradford Major Danny
Pearson for failure to appear
domestic batter. A $5,000
surety bond was posted for his
release.
Ste'en 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
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Watson for failure to appear
worthless check (five counts)
from Alachua County. Bond
was set at $250 on each of the
charges.
_William iHenderson, 55, of
Lawtey was arrested June 74 for
failure to appear violation of
probation disorderly
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David Arn, 22, of Starke was
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Jessica Ann Fletcher, 23, of
Ray City, Ga. was arrested
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Benty Mae Lott, 29, of.
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Bond was set at $4,500.
Oliver Jay Ketzenburg, 44,
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arrested June 2 by Union Lt.
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Bond was set at $5,000.


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Bond was set at $15,000. -
Monique Lussier, 23, of
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probation worthless checks and
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SRaenelle Berievich, 37, of
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Traffic
William James Kent, 28, of
Hampton was arrested June: 2
by Starke Officer Paul King for
driving while license suspended
or revoked (DWLS) anid
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 the.
officer found 12 tablets of-
Clonazepam. Surety bonds
totalling $2,500 were postWe-
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. 30-1.
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southbound, had to swerve his-E
- patrol .vehicle to miss the"
approaching vehicle--
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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 DWLS and.-
possession of cannabis. Bond-
was set at $3.000.
Alexis Taylor, 32, of
Jacksonville was arrested June
4 by Florida Highway Patrol
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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 possible
some weekends)-Alt-applicarnts
must- -meet the minimum
requirements of the Florida
Basic Abilities Test for Lawk
Enforcement and undergo j
criminal-h-istory fingerprint
check.
A mandatory preregistration/
orientation meeting is
scheduled for.Monday. July 11,
at 8 a.m. at the Olustee campus.
All interested applicants need
to call the Law Enforcement
Division at (386), 754-4391 or
(386) 754-4303 for more
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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 daN
because they have that fear of
Siath. 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
S. and leaching in Hawaii before
moving back to Florida. She
accepted a temporary position
at Bradford High School (she'
mosed into the area during the
S middle of the school year)
before being hired at
Middleburg.
She began teaching at Santa
Fe when she entjLookinm_.lor-a-
--carculufils course to take as a
-refre'sher and found there were
courses that had not been
assigned instructors Net. Snell
T said.
-:"I said, "Well, I'll help you
out.' That's sort of how it came
Sabout-and I've been here e er
since." Snell said. "I just lose
it."
Snell has two
children-Jonathon. 22, and
Shannon, 20-and her husband,
Gylum, is stillby 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 1 I
years ago and how she could do
nothing to help him.
She did not want 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 kidneys
would be a good match. but


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Nurses in the Shands at Starke system were recognized and Jhanked 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
a[ the NJalr'nal fnl.itulc ,(
Health in Bethe_ da,.. d._--hat.
the\~ would be good candidates
for The\ participated, with the
end result that GNlum only
takes one anti-suppressant
medication, which is also non-
steroidal. a da\.
Snell said GNlum w ill be
monitored for the next five
years. 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 esentuallx help.
literally, millions of people,"
Snell said. "Again. it goes back
to being part of research and
bein pirt :ofr the learning
pArcess. "- ---. --
Ahh. back to the concept of
learning. It's something Snell
will always strive for.
"I tell my husband if ou
don't learn something e'erv da\
of \our life, then that da\ wsas
tastedd" she said. "'1 don't care
how trivial or hosw small the
know, ledge is. It doesn't matter.


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


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Wayne Mclntire tor fleeing
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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.


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Paul Allen Holt, 19, of
Lawtey was arrested June 5 by
Officer Murrow for allowing an
unauthorized minor to drive.
-He-was- released after a $500
cash bond was posted. I
John W. Tucker, 39, of
Starke was arrested June 4 by.
Bradford Sgt. George Konkel
for DWLS. Bond %\as set at
$5-00.


Jeramie David Backus, 26, of
Keystone Heights was arrested-L
June 4 by Officer Murrow for
DWLS (Wisconsin license-).
Bond was set at $500.


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Clay or Union driver's license but did have-a
Cliay or UnionUI plastic bag with marijuana and
The following individuals a Florida identification card il
were arrested recently by local his pocket, Deputy Lee said.
law enforcement officers in
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aHeights area)_ or. Union of Starkewas-arrested June-7--
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with knowledge, possession
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.Your credit record can
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much credit Nou get to %whether
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Officer Tom Gallagher is
urging Floridians to take
adaniage of a ne%\ l:a, 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. "Identit.
theft can be stopped early b\ a
thorough e\aminati.n 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 wen[ into
effect June 1. Reports can be
obtained online at
ww.w.annualcreditreport.com
(forms to mail in ma. 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
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information--details about debt
such as mortgages, consumer
loans, credit cards and
bankruptcies. Requesting a
report will give the consumer
the opportunity to find an)
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 jre also
now using the reports to decide
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make job offers.
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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 )our identity .ou will
know because you will see
inquiries and new debt on the
report that you didn't initiate.
Second, because man\ creditors
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loans and other types of credit.
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y' your report, keep these tips in
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It is common to receive
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The 39'" annual Strawberry
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postponed earlier this )ear
because of heav\ rains, is set to
try to get underway again this
Saturday and Sunday, June I1-
12, at the Starke Golf and
Country Club.
There is no admission fee for
spectators, who can walk the
course and watch the players. Inr
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The city of Lawtey hosted its
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expanding the event from one
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Food, vendors, music and the
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Trail Ridge were part of the
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the Yulee Railroad Days
festivals taking place in various
towns.


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separate entries, took second
and third. Norris also won the
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Booth awards were presented
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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 h they)
work.
The result? A dream, come
true for 3-year-old Joseph Birt
and his family.
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-J6 is looking forward to
the trip, whicrw'i-ll occur in
July, but he's not the onlh 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
Vihile and spend a fun %\eek
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 h
100 percent of its donations go
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
Bowen.
Bowen 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
Gaines' ille office of Dreams
Come True. Read told Bowen
no child from Bradford Counts
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. Ri'er 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
popular 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 6f 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


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.


FA ITH Ffather for helping her with her held a fundraising "Bargain
FA T state of mind by giving her Barn" to raise funds that, in
some encouraging words after conjunction with the Dreams
Continued from p. 3C she was diagnosed with Come True organization, will
Hodgkin lymphoma. She said provide the Birt family with a
her father expressed an weeklong trip to Disney World
wants to go school so bad. He unwavering belief that she was next month (see related story).
wants to play with kids and I going to beat cancer. Since her family has received
just can't let him right now.". "He said he made me strong so much support, Angela said
The Birt family is and he knew I could do it," she would like to start a
shouldering an emotional Angela said. "I will never forget foundation in Bradford County
burden, to be sure, as well as a what he said." to help people who find
financial burden, especially Financially, several area themselves in similar
coming on the heels of businesses, including Cedar situations-having to find the
Angela's bout with cancer. The River, Dick's Wings and resources to live on and cover
family, however, has received Larry's Giant Subs, have set up the medical expenses of a sick
tremendous support from the jars'to collect donations to help family member.
community, fellow family the family with'medical costs. Angela .said she envisions
members and Shands hospital Also, several businesses hale such a foundation being able to
staff. .';.beein understanding'-when -the i-parrrcularly 'helppeople cover
For starters; Angela said the Birts have been unable to make their daily expenses. Just
staff in the 45 Unit at Shands at payments, for which the Birts having someone to turn to for
the University of Florida has have been grateful, Angela said. an amount as little as $10, for
been "awesome," adding that There have been numerous example, to help get through the
the, hospital employees have individuals who have lent their day would be a big benefit, she
been just like family. support to the family, as well. said.
Then there are the other People like Ehrline Tinley, "I just want to be able to be
moms and dads at the hospital, Wynette Browning, Maxine there for someone the way that
who help support each other. Gay, Kesha Loacano, Mr. and people have been there for me,"
"You make. so many friends Mrs. Charles Thompson, Chris Angela said.
there," Angela said. Plemons, Ema Sheppard, the Anyone who would be
Angela does not discount the entire "bus barn" and the interested in assisting Angela in
tremendous support she has members and staff at Northside starting such a foundation or
received from her Baptist Church/Northside who would like to make a
parents-William and Lydia Christian Academy are just donation to the Birt family,
Phillips-and Gene's, some who have been helpful please call Angela at (904) 364-
parents-Ron and Miriam Birt during a trying time. 7786.
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"Iculd only iniaine "
This ,..:.i t":! line from a
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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
s for life. When you. snag a
Sshellcracker or redbreast, get
S-a r< -. ; / -5; *-. .


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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Commission is Wednesday,
June 15.
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Carl Hidalgo landed this
beautiful 10.5-pound
largemouth bass on
Saturday, May 21, in
Lake Santa Fe. Photo
courtesy of Bald Eagle
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
tourney results...
On Wednesday, June 1, the
fishing team of Garrett Cain;
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.
In fourth place was Robert
Hall and Scotty Anders with
9.63 pounds.
The 20-week tournament is
nearing the halfway mark, and
there is still time to enter.
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BMS football
team begins
conditioning
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
Tuesday and Thursday (with the
exception of July 12) until
school begins.
Information packets are
available at the BMS front
office, which is open 7 a.m.-5
p.m., during the week (with the
exception of Fridays).
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The 2005 Bradford Middle School boys' and girls' track and field teams consisted of: (front row, from left) C.J.
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)
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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
STelegraph 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.


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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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 atthe
recent Strawberry Festi% al 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


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
o%%ner 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
abo'e, Nlize also helps promote
local musicians b\ display ing
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.
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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.


Foreground: Joe Riggins tries his hand at.beating the Easy Dunker. Background, from
left to right: Perry Sutton sips a drink, Tracey Kepler stands soaked, Johnnie Mae
Mosley coaches.


Bradford Arc shows


appreciation for consumers

M-. I A .JLM- had by consumers Lillian


By LINUA -IUZCHORR
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. :
Mosley %kas on hahd to
encourage consumers to aim for
the red dot and dunk an
unsuspecting Service
Super Isor Rob Clayton in the
Easy Dunker. Half the fun
seemed to be just: trying to
figure out if the dunking
chamber really worked or how
to make it dunk even faster. No
figuring was necessary, though.,
%%hen Scheptock came along,
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


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 ARG
what karaoke is all about.


Chris Ballance was careful not to let little Alaina Griffis
get lost in the shuffle.


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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,
--sticky days. Dr. John August, a
professor in Texas A&M
University's College of
Veterinary Medicine and
BioQmedicar 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


New water
quality
database is
available
online
The St. Johns River Water
Management District is
making volunteer-collected
water quality data available to
the public on its Web site.
The si te,
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water quality measurements
collected by the District's
Watershed Action Volunteer'
(WAV) Program since 1995.
The database is searchable by
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site name, water body and
watershed. It includes
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water quality, such as dissolved
oxygen, chloride, salinity and
alkalinity.
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volunteers a field-testing kit,
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system.
For information about
becoming a WAV water quality
monitor, contact Bill Watkins.
WAV Program coordinator, at
(386) 329-4345.


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."
s 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.- --
-- s -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.
"Msaquitoes_ 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
-caution.--August said dogs like-


Joe Riggins tackled
oversized checkers.


ARC
Continued from p. 7C

them with purple paperribbons..
S-1-"\er ffi, Alaina all of -4
months old showed up like a
tiny purple grape in the arms of
her smiling mom Amanda
Griffis to share cheer under the
protective watch of Underhill.
.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
.ouLchers. ice), Waldbaum's
(water gun, plates) and
Grannie's Restaurant (a cake).
The sounds of laughter and
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afternoon nestled in the center
of neatly-cut wood, evidence of
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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."
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children to be
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Children who have special
needs are being sought by
Child Find, a screening,
assistance and referral system
for Bradford, Union, Baker,
Flagler, Putnam and St. Johns
counties.
Child Find provides the
following services free of
charge to children who have
problems:
information about
community programs available
to children with special needs.
professional consultation
for parents of children with


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screening for children in
the areas of vision, hearing,
communication, -motor
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assistance in placing
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five, has trouble seeing,
hearing, speaking, walking,
playing, understanding or
taking part in activities with
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(386) 329-3811 or toll free at
(800) 227-6036.


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people, but at almost all
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INDEX
51 Lost/Fqund
52 Animas& Pets
53 Iard Sales
$4 Kevslone lard Sales
55 %Vanted
56 Trade or Swap
57 For Sale
58 Building Materials
59 Persona= Services
60 Secretarial Services
61 Scriptures
62 Vacation/Travel


63 Love Lines
64 Business Opportunity
65 Help Wanted
66 In'esimeni Opportunits
67 Hunting Land ror Rent
68 Rent toOan
69 Food SupplemenLts
70 SelSf orange
7 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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Word Ad Classified Tuesday, 12:00 noon
Classified Display Tuesday, 12:00 noon

To place a Classified

USE YOURPHONE

964-6305 473-2210 496-2261

NOTICE E
Classified Advertising should be paid in advance unless credit has already been
established with the newspaper. A $3.00 service charge will be added to all
billing to cover postage and handling. All ads placed by phone are read back to
the ad vertiser at the time of placement. However, the classified staff cannot be
held responsible f6r mistakes in classified advertising taken by phone. The
newspaper rewers e. ihe right to correctly classify and edit all copy or to reject or
cancel any ad eerIsemenis at any time. Only standard abbrevations will be
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EQUAL HOUSING OP-
PORTUNITY All real
estate advertising in this
newspaper is subject to
the Federal Fair Housing
Act of 1968 which makes
r it illegal to advertise "any
- preference, limitation or
discrimination based on
race, color, religion, sex
or national origin, or an
Intention to make any
such preference, limita-
lion or discrimination.
Familial status includes
children under mte age of
18 living with parents or
S legal custodians, preg-
nant women and people
securing custody of chil-
dren under 18. This
newspaper will not know-
:ngly 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 1-800T
669-9777, the toll-free
telephone number for the
hearing impaired is 1-
800-927-9275. 1
CLASSIFIED ADVERTIS-
ING should be submitted
to the, Starke office in
writing & paid in advance
unless credit has already
been established with
k this office. A $3.00 SER-
VICE CHARGE will be
added to all billings to
cover postage & han-
dling. THE CLASSIFIED
STAFF CANNOT BE
HELD RESPONSIBLE


'FOR MISTAKES IN
CLASSIFIED
ADVERTISING 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 al 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 A Crown
Victoria's. police inter-
ceptor, I bad engine, 1
fuel problem, fix both or
combine, clear titles.
$395. each or 2 for $600
OBO, Call 904-9644111.
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
352-473-5680.
FOR SALE: 1988 Dodge
Dakota, 4x4, newengine
& trans $1100. Call 904-
782-1473.
1999 HARLEY DAVID-
SON, sportster 1200, ex-


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Come and join this fun and
functional event. If you have a
weight problem, no matter
how big or small, you are
welcome. TOPS doesn't give
you a diet, but it does give you
all the information, support,
fellowship and encouragement
it can.
For more information..plese
feel free to call Norm'a Arnett
at (904) 782-3886 or (904)
364-666.7:

Want a high-
paying
career?
If you want a chance to earn
high wages, you need to check


out the various career training
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 Caf6 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
'isitation 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 an\ 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-.time will not
.be allowed to visit.

Free exercise
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
a.m. at" the Pratt Stredt "
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
SBrooker at (352) 485-1133.
The program is sponsored by
the Mary Brogan Breast and
Cervical Cancer Early.
Detection Program and the .
Putnam County IHealth
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Classified Ads


does all!964-6305

- here one call does it a496-2261


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,
Powers $750 rmm Call
Smimn & Smidn Reary 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 website at
www.geocitites.com/
mjc0306/forsale.html.










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-
4431 ..Off of Bundy Lake
Rd.
49 Mobile
Homes For
Sale
OWNER FINANCE 2BR/
S2BA 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.bedrom wtlh walking
closet, large updated
bath Kitchben/dining
combo has lots of cabi-
nets, range, refrigerator,
dishwasher, $43,900.
386-972-1,623.
i 25 'ACRES. WITH 4BR
'Mobile Home like new in
Union County, financing
available. Call 386-496-
1146.
50 For Rent L
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-


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prison Call 352-468-
1323.
SOUTHI:RN VILLAS OF
Starke Apts. Looking for
applica ints. 1& 2 BR HC
& non HC apartments.
Central I ac/heat, on site
laundry n, playground, pri-
vate md quiet atmo-
sphen 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 14-964-3579.
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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-
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and SR121. No pets. Call
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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.
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eled. Call for an appoint-
ment & pricing, 352-473-
3728.
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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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month. Contact Country
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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large covered patio, 2-car oversized garage, and pole barn
Fenced and cross fenced for horses. All this and a paved
road A "Must See" property. $165,000
Please contact Helen D. Karsh If you want
the maximum exposure to sell your property!


Office: (352) 375-1002 ext. 224
Web-Site: www.helenkarsh.com


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Cal! Helen D.Karsh, Realtor
GRI, CSP, CAM
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2004 Fleetwood DW/MH, 2100 sq fl. w/formal LR &
DR, sunken den.w/stone FP, huge kitchen w/food
prep island, breakfast rm, w/i closets, his/her sinks,
toilets, vanity areas & sep. shower in M/B, 30x26
covered carport, 20x20 workshop & screened
porch. Located on 2.4 acres w/stocked fish pond.
Sellers including riding mower with sale.
$120,000
(904) 259-9333 Ask for Cindy Oglesby


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964-6305


Classified Ads where one call does it all! 4962261


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-
swer.
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 quantity 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 to2pm, 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.
RI 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.1
YARD SALE- Saturday
only. 8 to 2pm Truck
Equipment, Freightliner
hood, fax machines, fur-
niture clothe, etc. Griffis
Loop (1 00A) 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, Fl 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,
sacrilice Ior 1400.352-
3"779846
DINING ROOM SUITE-
beaullul icrerry able, 6
cnippendale crairs 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
Spc. :rhc iinn Ein ml i fc'r
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Pressure Wash Special:
Singlewide $65
Doublewide $75

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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 Mowter, 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 22/w scope, 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 & Collectibl1s. 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'W36' 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, Visa/MC 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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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 pianp, 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
i 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 I 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 f ri answer ,
32 x 56 FLEETWOOD
2005- MODEL, will be
sold for only $47,995..
*nciudes set up, A/C,
skirling 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 wiln living
room and aen Very nice
flor only $36.995 Setl up
Incluoeo. Call 13th
'1ir.-nl c-p.il? H.,T,-,
ask for Mike. 352-373-
5428.


CYPRESS ELECTRIC

ENTERPRISE LL.C.

"Call Us For AlI Your Electrical Needs"
Commercial -. Residential ,',
Fully automated stand-by generator
systems-.Call for details.
*** FREE ESTIMATES ***
Lcen,sed & Ins.ured Coriiractor
Jackie Moran
HOME .".; -' CELL
352-468-1370 352-316-1224


"A WORLD OF SERVICE"


A CAREER.Opportunity in UNIFORM DELIVERY
Local Company established in,1981 currently has
positions open in the Delivery i Service Department
High school diploma or equivalent with a good
driving record required


* Average pay $500 $600 per week
* Quarterly Sales Bonus
* 4-Day work week, Monday-Thursday
* Health I Dental Insurance

* Paid Vacation
*401K Retirement Plan
*.A Drug Free Workplace
*EO 0 E


Riverside Uniform Rentals, Inc.
1038 Edwards Road
Starke, Florida
1904) 964-8544


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Tommy Reddish. 904-
13TH STREET MC BILE 964-8559.
HOMESisnowfea luring PRESSURE WASHING,
townhomes, whi c;h is CLC home exterior
built like site built h. ones. cleaning. Roofs, siding,
Must see to believe, .. they decks, driveways, side-
arebuiltin Lake City. Call walks. Free estimates,
352-373-5428. 1 call Curtis, 904-964-
58 Child I/ Ad ult 4940.
FLORIDACREDITUNION
Home Care has money to lend for
NANNY WITH RE F:ER- M.H. & land packages.
ENCES seeking tc i care 1-800-284-1144.
for children in your CUSTOM CUTS Lawn &
home. Mon Fri, In the Landscape, customized
Starke, Keystor ie or lawn care, sod, trim-
Melrose area. 352 .473- ming, landscape design.
0036 after 6pm. Reasonable rates, free
LOVING CHRIS FIAN estimates. Commercial
home offering i '.fant & residential. Licensed
childcare, any h burs, and insured. Call 386-
close to prison. Cal 904- 496-2820, if no answer
964-8888. please leave message.
59 Personal J & P HOME SERVICES,
home repairs, home
Services cleaning, painting. &
HURRY! BANKRUF TCY. more for reasonable
laws changing! El. ink- rates call Johnny or Pam
ruptcy, divorce, ',ills, at 352-473-2344.,
adoptions, and oth e r le- GUNTER'S HANDYMAN
gal forms. $35 to 125. Service, house & mobile
In business since ( 985. home repair, electrical
Call352-235-4350, Key- and plumbing. Free es-
stone Heights. timates, licensed and in-
LAWN SERVICE & IRRI- sured. Call 904-964-
GATION mowing, it:rim- 8450, 964-5115 or cell
ming, edging,'clean ;ups, at 904-966-3017.
hedging, new irrig bition 24' ROUND ABOVE
installation service ( I gut- ground swimming pool,
ter drains. Licens(3.d & you remove. $400.
insured. Commerci,. I or OBO. Call 386-496-
residential. Irrigatii n & 2940.
Landscape Solut I ons
352-214-1136 or l86- 62 Vacation/
496-1017. i Travel
COMMERCIAL&resc tlen- HORSESHOE BEACH
tial cleaning Free 4-sti- Rentals on canal.
mates 5yis expen, iice, House and dock accom-
references avail )le. I modates up tc. 3 boats,
Call C's Clearing ;er- sleeps 8. Full kitchen,_
private. $125/day. Ad-
.ce at 352.213-45f l;t;,or,l pt rental with.
BRADFORD HOME re I ar 5.5 0,cP, hzr cleaning
and painting Pa.r, q,ng station, sleeps 6, half-
and rome repair spec 'dl-i kitchen. $95/day. Addi-
.,st license -477. ;. ee tional rentals. Call Tina
esinmaies. Call904 -. 66 at 352-498-5768.
2024
CLARK FOUNDATIlON 64 Business
REPAIRS INC I'or- Oppertunity
reaction of termite &i Nea- LIFEBURST! If you are
ter-damaged wood & looking fora product that
sills. Leveling & rai ing sells its self look no fur-
Houses/Bldgs. Pier I Te- other. Word of mouth is
placement & alignm int. spreading this one fast
Free Estimates: Da mny get on board today! Call
(Buddy) Clark, (9g4)- me at 904-626-3357 or
284-2333 or 1 -800-'r ,38- visit me on the web at
0633. www.lifeburstworld
CHAIN LINK FENC0IE wide.com/rpetry.
Free estimates. Ha rndy- HOSTING A Tupperware
man Fence Co., o\ vner .


HEAVY !EQUIPMENT
OPERATOR
TRAINING FOR
EMPLOYMENT


party. Fundraiser,
Tupperware business
opportunity. Start today
for as little as $25. Full
or parttime.. Need Cus-
tomer service call today
Mamie McCutchen 904-
964-3030.
REAL. ESTATE AND
MORRAGE BROKERS
Start your own business
in our local office- rent
free. Do not pass this up.
All interested parties, e-
mail us ar
"the melrose_group
@yahoo.com. Leave a
detailed broker history,
along with contact infor-
mation.
65 Help
Wanted
NOW HIRING CARPEN-
TERS & painters. Apply
in person at Authorized
Construction Services,
7200 SE US 301,
Hawthorne,: Fla.
GET YOUR CLASS B
CDL, for only $250. We
train. Call 800-291-0412.
DRIVERS- ARE YOU get-
ting a pay raise in 20.05?
Roehl' drivers are! Van
drivers- up, to .39 plus
bonus. Flatbed drivers-
up to .41 plus bonus,
plus tarp. Sign on bonus.
Students welcome.
Class A required. EOE,
call Roehl, "The take
home more, be home
more carrier." $$$ 800-
626-4915 $$$
www.GoRoehl.com.
HELP WANTED- Con-
struction Contractor and.
sub-contractors several
openings in various ar-
eas of building (framing,
finish, roofing, concrete/
bloc piurrmt,mg elcir,.
cal & .ioirgl mu--i r.la.e
experience in one or
- more of construction
phases, own tools and
transportation. Call 352-
258-0865.
ASSEMBLY: AMERICAN
Access T cr.nologies lo-


Driver CDL A req'd
HOME EVERY NIGHT &
WEEKEND GUARANTEED


Avg. $768 $999/week
No Touch Freight'

85% Preloaded/Pretarped
Sunday Calls Welcome
Jacksonville, FL Terminal
877-428-5627


www.ctdrivers.com


cated in Keystone is ac-
cepting applications for
asserribly position. Will
train, hours Mon-Thurs
7am til 3pm, Fri 6:30am
to 3:30pm. Starting sal-
ary $7.25 per hr. DFWP,
Good benefits. Call 352-
473-4984.
POWDER COATER
painter, American Ac-
cess Technologies lo-
cated in Keystone
Heights is accepting ap-
plications for second
shift powder coaster
painter. Experience
helpful but will train,
hours are Mon-Thurs
3pm to 1:30am. DFWP,
Good benefits. Call 352-
473-4984.
ENTRY LEVEL- American
Access Technologies is
now accepting applica-
tions for our Keystone
Heights location. Will
train with great potential
for advancement. Train
to be,a punch operator,
grinder, run a hardware
press, etc. First and sec-
ond shift possibilities. 40
hours a week with pos-
sible overtime. Starting 2
salary is $7.25 hour.
DFWP. Good benefits. -
352-473-4984.
FULLTIME SALES
CLERK, sheet music -,
department, music,
computer knowledge "
and sales experience
preferred. Cal 352-372-
5351.
AVON INDEPENDENT
Sales Representative. -
Always hiring. Free train-,
ing and group support,
earn extra income. Start
Today, -$15 total invest-
ment. Call 904-964-
8851.
HAIR DRESSER orbarber :
wanted at O'Hair. Call
Laura at 888-535-3446.
$1380 WEEKLY guaran-
teed! Stuff envelopes.
FT/PT no experience/
necessary. For more in-
, formation call 386-462-
9301.


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Cla ssified Ad S where o....o- 964-6305 [

Classified Ads where one call does it a1.473-l2210


DISCOVER HOW ANY-
ONE can earn $25, $50,
even $100 or more in as
little as 2-3 minutes per
.day taking easy "No-
Brainer" surveys! Start
today! ht.tp://
: clickba n k. ne t/
?countrymom/sponline,
LAUNDRY/MAINTE-
NANCE position. Super-
vise, coordinate daily
production and provide
preventive maintenance
In dry cleaning plant,
SMUst'have valid DL, ex-
cellent attendance &
punctuality record. Appli-
cations at New Method,
311 N Temple, Starke.
NO PHONE CALLS!
PRODUCTION WORK-
ERS needed for fast
paced growing com-
pany, apply in person
'gam to 4pm, Mon Fri
@ 10858 SE SR 221,
Hampton. Call for direc-
,ions 352-468-2455.
NURSERY HELP needed,
weed pulling, pot filling,
etc. FT $6.50 per hour to
start. Apply at USBody
Source,. 1.5 miles South
of Hampton on CR325.
COUNTER/CUSTOMER
service position. Must be,
'bondable with good at-
tendance and punctual-
ity records Applicaiions
available ai New Method
iCleaners, 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 ol
excel ana accounting
software required '
Pleasant work environ-
ment: Salary based on
Experience, ($10 to $13/
hr). Typing lest will be
required. Please fax or
send resume to: AASI.
106 Ambient Airway.
Stiarke, F132091 904-
964-6675
WANTED VOCATIONAL
instructor anda teacher's
aid. Apply. Industrial
Complex of Railord.
3876-431-1898. Ty Jor.
S-dan, Executive Director.
LOCAL SHEETMETAL
MFG Co. has immedi-
S ale openings lor NC Op-
erators. press break op-
erators, MIG & TIG weld-
--ers & gnnders. DFWP
Please tax resume io
904-783-2966 or apply
at 5285 Ramona Blvd.
Jacksonville. Fl.
NEEDED. 7-24 hr or day-
lime person as live in
CARETAKER ana Com-
panion forelderly lady in
Bradford County. Light
housekeeping and cook-
ing. Senad quahficarions-
and pnone contact to PO'
Box 1087, Starke.FI
, 32091 Weekends op-
tional.
LAWN MAINTENANCE
helper needed, FT/PT.
experience preferred but
not required, reliable
honest hardworking indi-
vidual Must De 18 yrsor
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 Control. Fax re-
sume to 904.275-3292
or call 904-275-4960
EOE
RESPRIATORY THERA-
PIST. Optioncare is look
ing for CRTTIRRT thera.
pisis to join out growing
Home Respriatory Com.
pany in the Gainesville
Lake City, and Starke
areas. Competitive sal-
ary with benefits /mile-
age reimbursement
Please fax resume to
352-333-2532 or drop ofl
in person al 1700 NW
80tn 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 cneck and MVR
Call lodayl 904-964-
1800.
CNA-32WK Rate nego-
tiable. 3-11 shih lyr exp
as caregiver Adility to
-work with elderly resi-
dents with dementia.
Apply Penney Retire-
ment Communhty, 800-
638-3138 extension 114
D.F.W. and E O.E.
LAWN WORKER
NEEDED, 1 or 2 months
exp preferred, bul will
train a reliable nard
worker Call Larry at
352-473-2542
WANTED JACK OF all
trades with own tools
and truck to remodel
i hme in Starke. Prefer
someone who takes
pride in Iheir work and
reliable. Flexible sched-
ule and good pay for the
ngnl individual. Call 352-
473-4488
FULL TIME NURSERY
worker Must have expe-
rience in working wIn
plants Apply in person at
Paradise Nursery. SR 16
West in Starke


TRUCK DRIVERS
NEEDED! Earn $800
*1000perweek. COPro-
vided CDL training for
Inose wno quality
School graduales wel-
come Call AMO ai 866-
374-0764
GASTON'S TREE SER-
VICE. INC Is seeking.
qualified Tree Crew
Foreman Income pack.
age exceeding $60 o000
per year. Includes base
pay performance bonus.
40 1K. prOfli snaring arid


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-
rnual increases. Ask
about our premium payl
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,
disaoility and 401k
available.
Apply
DAVIS EXPRESS
Highway 301 South
Starke, FL

LAKE BUTLER HOSPI-
TAL, Physcal Therapisl-
PRN, Respiratory Thera-
psIs-FT, ER Admissions
Clerk-FT Billing Clerk.
FT, Meadical Reception-
ist, FT w/itravel. For fur-
ther information, please
visil our websile
www lakebuller
Shospital.com
GEN MAINT 4l0wk 7-30 -.
4pm Apply Penney Re-
itrement Communtly
800-638 3138 or 284.
8200 ask for Frank
Knoll. D F.W P ana
E O.E
HAVE YOU GRADU-
ATED' It not, would you
like to at this years night
school in Keystone?
Please Call for Info 352-
4-3 ?65l1
HELP WANTEID.f+ esien-r
hal electrician needed.
Vaila drivers license re-
qunied. 352-475-1713.
7:30 am to 5:00 pm.
HAIR STYLIST WANTED
Greal walk-ins and great
commission. 352-473-
5599
WAREHOUSE POSITION
available, 40 hour week
minimum per week
Gator 2 Farm Supply,
Southn of Starke on HWY
301. HS diploma re-
quired.
WANTED EQUIPMENT
OPERATOR/ Forman
Must know how to read
civil plans Conlact904-
964-8859
HELP WANTED- FULL
TIME. No experience
necessary. wil train Ma.
aerial curling and liber-
glass experience a plus
SERIOUS INQUIRES
ONLY Stan immediately.
$7.00/hr to start Apply in
person Monday Thurs-
day,. 10am to 3pm.
CarbonFioerWorks 620
N. Thompson SI .
Starke. I
CHECK OUT OUR CARS
We really mean ill At
Enterprise Rent-A-Car.
mhe 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 II make at leasi
$7 'nr in inis part-time
position. Apply in person
at 560 S Walnut St,
Starke Fl 32091. EOE,
M/F/D/V.
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: $10.30
-$i12 36/ hr A welding
test will be given to de-
termine competency and
level. A Hign Scnoi D.-
ploma or GED is pie.
feared. We have an ex-
cellent 'flexible benefits
package effective the
irrsti aie and grown p6-
lenl.al Hours6 00am -
3:30 pm Monday
ihrougn Fnoay wiripos.
sible overtime. A pre- .
placement drug screen/
physical are require
Cana.aates must pass a
DackgrounO check Ap.
ply-in person 8:00 am -
5:00 pm. 6599 Stale
Road 21 NortM Key
stone Heights, FL. No
phone calls. DFWP.
EEOC.
JOIN AS A LABORER
become a Welder, Ma.
cnne Operiator Maienai
Handier, or a Saw Op-
eraior! REDD Team
SManufacturing, a Divi-
son of Alcoa located in
Keystone Heights has
immediale openings lor
Laborers We offer a
larting hourly pay rate
of $8.24. Afler a comr
pleling an inlroductory
penoa ine newly hirea
laDorers 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 Macrine
Operator, Leveei Maile
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
Inrougn Fnrday with pos
siole overnme A pre.
placement drug screen/
physical are required.
Candidates must pass a
Mackgrourna 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'MiF'
'D.'N
ON CALL RESPITE,
worker. Relieve primary
caregiver by sitting with
:functionally-impaired


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
Alfirmaiv.'e Action
Eimpioyeer 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.


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 -nember Salary
based on experience,


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

69 Food
Supplements)
LIFEBURSTI 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. li i f e b u r st
worldwide.com/rpetry.


I TRUCK*&TRILERMECHANICSNEEDEDI


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.


Q PRITCHETT TRUCKING


"A WORLD OF SERVICE"


LOCAL COMPANY ESTABLISHED IN 1981
NOW HAS POSITIONS AVAILABLE

* 5$280 -$400 PER WEEK
4-DAY WORK WEEK -
*MONDAY-THURSDAY
* HEALTH I DENTAL INSURANCE
* PAID VACATION
*401K PLAN
:-DRUG FREE WORKPLACE
* E OE

RIVERSIDE UNIFORM RENTALS, INC.
1038 EDWARDS ROAD
STARKE, FLORIDA
19041964-8544


Seystone

BJuilding

S/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, and 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


LAKE CITY
c, I4UHM I n CLULLfE
Financial Aid Specialist
Rc pori.ible for coordmanny the fun..[iorinsi %f
the Federal Famil' Educati.nal Studeni Loan
Program. A.isociale degree preferred., ,ih
three years record management e\perfnrice.
Salary: 52i0.5 3 0 ajrrlnujall:,, plus beneiits

Stores Clerk
Independent clenc. .ork Handle and pro:ce-.s
incoming and ouiging rrmail Recev.e and
document shipment_ High School diploma or
equivalent plus I ,ear clencal e\penence
required Abilir to 1lit and carr, 41 Ibs.
Salj., isl"'..g i:l, annually, plus benefns

Position details and applicai:m.n available on
:.ur ,eb-;ine ati t\%% lakecltlCc'.e.rlu

Inquiries: Humran Resource De elopment
1-49 SE College Place. Lake Civ, FL 32125
Phone. 3.-61 '54-4314 Fa\ i 3.i-1"'54-45 44
Email- boencherg.-'lakeciie.e edu

LCCC is accredited b,, ihe C,,mrmission On
College- of the Southerrn -ss.ocjiiaon of
College- and Schools
VP ADA.EA EO College in Education &
Employ ment


QUALITY EXPRESS

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


1 ~ Make a Career Call
ahd
*l :" Taste the Success"




Sales Positions


FRITO-LAY, INC. the world's snack
food leader, has immediate openings
at our Lake CityA'.We-Oak distributions
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 benefits package
that includes stock options.
Interested candidate must call the
following toll-free number.



1-866-4-HIRING

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


98% miles In Fla. Ga., TN, S.C., & Alabama
1yr. experience .34 cpm 2 yrs experience.35 cpm 3 yrs experience .36 cpm
*100% Lumper Reimbursement Safety Bonus Guaranteed hometlme
BCBS Insurance Life, Disability & Dental Insurance 401K available


PRITCHETT


TRUCKING

$1,000 Sign On Bonus!

We have immediate positions for both local and
regional. Day or night shift available. 401K.
Health Ins.. Paid Vacation, Performance and
Safety Bonus..


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Pat Salmon & Sons



US Mail Contractor

1509 Picketville Rd,

Jacksonville, FL 32220

(Westside approx 1/2 mile from 1-10 and 1-295)




2 years experience


Excellent Pay and Benefits


'Negotiable Pay based on


knowledge and experience level.





Call Earnie or Kayla for details!


904-781-2245 or 866-781 -2245


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