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Creation Date: July 14, 2005
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    Section B: Regional News
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    Section B: Regional News: Editorial/Opinion
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Gill pleads guilty to murder


By JAMES REDMOND
Times Staff Writer
A Florida State Prison'
inmate who asked one judge
for the. death penalty after
murdering a woman has asked
another judge for the same
fate.
Ricardo Gill asked Judge
Robert Cates to give him the
death penalty after pleading
guilty to strangling his
cellmate at the Reception and
Medical Center (RMC) in
Lake Butler in 2001. "You will
give me a license to kill if you
give me another life sentence,"
said Gill in a Unign County
courtroom on July 8. "I am 100
percent sure, this time, it will
not be an inmate that is killed."
Gill plead guilty to


strangling his cell mate just
days after being sentenced to
life in prison by Judge Stan
.Morris. Gill had plead guilty to
the beating and stabbing death
of Beverly Moore. in 1999.
While Gill asked Morris to
sentence him to the death
penalty, Morris refused citing
Gill's history of mental health
issues in his decision.
His court records indicate he
was admitted to a mental
health institution in Miami
during his childhood. He also
spent two years in a juvenile
detention facility before he
turned 16. He was sent to jail
once again at 17 and spent 13
Years behind bars.
After being out for just 11
months, Gill killed Moore and
attempted to kill a Gilchrist
County woman as well. Gloria


Ricardo Gill


Feliciano was stabbed multiple
times with a butcher knife in
the back. Gill was sentenced to
30 years in prison in that case
earlier this year.
Gill had originally been
scheduled for a pretrial
conference when he informed
Cates he wished to change his
plea. Cates questioned Gill at
length as to his decision. "Do
you fully understand the
consequences of your
decision?" Cates asked Gill. "I
do," answered Gill.
While Gill had been
assigned two- attorneys to
represent him, -he chose to
represent himself. His standby
council attempted. several
times to interject on his behalf.
Each time, Gill asked the judge
that all statements by council
be stricken from the record.


After the plea, there was
some question as to whether or
not the sentencing phase of the
trial could proceed without a
jury. Gill had waived his right
to be sentenced by a jury, but
his standby council questioned
whether that was possible.
After a short recess, lead
prosecutor Geoffery Fleck
presented several cases to
Cates where defendants facing
the death penalty had waived
to right to be sentenced by a
jury.
Cates then asked Gill. if he
was ready to proceed to
sentencing. "I'm prepared to
proceed today," said Gill.
Noting the objections by Gill's
standby council, Cates decided

See GILL, p. 2A


First
Community
Church hosts
singing
The First Community
Church of Brooker is
hosting a gospel sing on
Sunday, July 17, beginning
at 6 p.m. The church is
located next to the new city
hall building in Brooker.
The Yeomans Family from
Georgia will bhethe evenings
special guests. For more
information call (386) 496-
2805.


UC man coping with-carncer--


Robert Livingston Is pictured with his children
(clockwise from top left): Robin, tabi and Peyton.
Livingston Is currently battling a rare form of liver
anrcer. For-more, see page 2C.


City looks to address

public nuisances


By JAMES REDMOND
Times Staff Writer
At its July 11 meeting, the
city of Lake Butler discussed
an ordinance that would rid the
city of public nuisances.
Purposed ordinance 05-05,
defines a nuisance, as.every
condition or activity in the city
which is offensive or
---prejudicial -to- thehealth or
general welfare of the:residents
shall be deemed a nuisance.
City Manager Richard Tillis
said the ordinance is being
proposed to help clean up the
city.
"The city's current code
enforcement laws are very
vague and give the city no
recourse for violators," said
Tillis. "This ordinance would
provide the city with the
-procedures necessary to clean
up an area."
The ordinance defines many
conditions such as sanitary
nuisances, rubble and debris
and waste. As defined by the
ordinance waste includes:
o Garbage, rubbish or refuse
from residential, commercial
or industrial activities.
o Paper, wood scraps,
cardboard, cloth, glass, rubber
adid plastic. -
o Discarded vehicles, tires or
vehicle parts or fixtures.


o Household goods, furniture
or appliances.
o Toys.
O Tools or equipment or any
other similar equipment.
The ordinance also states
that it is the duty of every
owner, lessee or occupant of a
lot to maintain the premises in
such a manner that they shall
at all times be clean and
sanitary and present a neat and
slightly appearance.
Itf-ast dec-lares what
conditions will be considered a
nuisance by the city. The
existence of- excessive
accumulations or untended
growth of weeds, overgrowth
of lawn, grass or weeds and
stagnated water are just some
of the conditions that could be
declared public nuisances.
The ordinance gives the
code enforcement officer full
power to investigate and
enforce any and all provisions
of the ordinance. According to
Tillis, he will serve in that
capacity.
Once a property is
determined to be in violation,
the owner will be notified and
given 15 calender days to bring
the property into compliance.
If the owner fails to comply,
the city will have the right to

See CITY, p. 3A


Pop Warner
signups begin
Beginning Saturday, June
25, signups will begin for
those interested in Pop
Warner football and
cheerleading. Signups will
be held in front of Spires
IGA from 9 a.m.-lp.m. and
be held each following
Saturday. Registration fee
for football is $50 for early
sign up. After July 9
registration will be $60.
Registration for
cheerleading will be $120.
After July 9, the fee is $130.
Parents will need to bring a
copy 6f--the--chids--birdtL-g
certificate, a final report
card from the previous
school year and wallet size
photo of your child. For
more information call Bret
or Tricia Dukes at (386)
496-2532.




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. _


Letters to the
Editor...... 4B


Crime....... 6B


College for
Kids..........3C


Fins, Fur and
Tales.........7C


Obituaries. 3B




Trip to
Africa......11 B


Car turns pickup truck's world upside down


The driver of the Chevrolet pickup pictured at the right got a big surprise while trying to turn right on to C.R.
125 off of S.R. 121 on July 9. According to the driver-of the Cadillac pictured on the right, he dozed off while
traveling north on S.R. 121. As the driver of the pickup made his turn, he was struck by the Cadillac, sending
him Into the ditch and overturning the truck. Neither driver was seriously Injured and the Florida Highway
Patrol is Investigating the accident. As of press time, no accicent report was available.


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.


Normal Deadline is 5
p.m. Monday before
the Thursday
.publication date.
Articles-darbe --.- .
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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-GILL ._Hurricane-Dennis has little effect on Union County Whitehead is
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the sentencing phase of the By JAMES REDMOND
trial would begin at 1:30 p.m. Times Staff Writer
that afternoon.
In his arguments for the The first hurricane of the
death penalty, Fleck presented 2005 season had little effect on
evidence that showed the Union County.
crime met all five criteria for Hurricane Dennis, with
the sentence. "We understand winds of more than 135-miles-
that this penalty is reserved for per-hour, passed to the west of
crimes out of the ordinary," the county enroute to making
saidFleck, landfall in the panhandle.
One piece of evidence Fleck Winds of 25-30mph and
presented was a note found in rainfall amounts of 1-2 inches
the cell where Gill strangled where the only effects the
Orlando Rosello. The writing, county felt from the hurricane.
authenticated by Gill, told of "Union County was lucky
his plan. It explained how Gill this time around, but we may
went about wrapping a bed not be with the next storm,"
sheet around Rosello's neck said Doug York, director of the
then hitting him in the head Union County Office of
several times. It stated that Gill Emergency Management.
left the sheet around Rosello's "This storm should have been
neck for several hours to everyone's warning to be
ensure his death. prepared for an active
In an unusual move by the hurricane season."
prosecution, Fleck presented So far in the 2005 season
mitigating circumstances of the there have been five named
crime as well. This process is storms, including Tropical
normally done by .the defense Storm Emily that is currently
team. It was in response to Gill making its way across the
presenting no defense on his Caribbean. "The National
behalf. Hurricane Center's prediction
Fleck presented the court of an active hurricane season is
with a number of mental health turning out to be right very.
reports and psychiatric early in the season," said York.
evaluations. "They all say "It is critical every resident be
something about--Mr. Gill's prepared in the event a storm
mental health and state of were to hir the area."
mind,"-said Fleck.----- ..- According to York,. while
According to Fleck, one of the path of Emily is still
the reports, authored by Dr. unclear, some forecast show
Allen Waldron, describes a the storm making its way
clump of abnormal blood across Florida. "If it does
vessels in Gill's brain., follow that projected path,
Waldron's conclusions were Union County residents will
that Gill suffered with this need to be prepared," said
condition his entire life. York. "It's never to early to
"According to this report, he prepare for a-storm."-
-has no more control over bisr "-York said residents should
aggression lhli an animal," prepare a disaster supply kit so
said Fleck.-. ,. they are ready in the event of a
Fleck ended his presentation storm. "The 2004 h.urricaine-
b__ysaying that Gill's behavior _easow-h-a-s shown that
presents the bMst argumn"rfor residents could be without
the death sentence. "We are power for extended lengths of
left with no choice but to time here in the county," said
protect ourselves," said Fleck. York. "Residents need to make
While Gill presented no provisions for such an event."
arguments against the charges, According to the
he did read a prepared FloridaDisaster.org Web site,
statement to the judge. "Your the state's official information
Honor, this case can end with
the imposition of the death
penalty today. I understand the
death penalty cannot be given
on a threat," said Gill. "Please
make.the-i-ight deii6n and "...Tree.worn *n ,
don't. be!thejault of another Acornheaf.hr
loss oflife." ..... Ac lornl a eaIn
While Gill had requested to
be sentenced immediately, services
Cates said he would issue a offered
ruling in the case within 15 fo o
30 days. Cates made no Women between the ages of
statements as to which way he 50 and 64 who are
might be leaning on ruling on uninsured and who have a low
the case. income level are eligible to
Debbie Buchanan, a- participate in the Believe in
spokesperson with the Florida Miracles program and receive
Department of Corrections, a free mammogram and PAP
said that Gill would be handled smear. For more information,
like any other inmate that or to schedule an appointment,
makes threats toward call the Acorn Clinic near
corrections officers' or public Brooker at (352) 485-1133.
officials. "We take precautions The program is sponsored
to ensure the safety of our by the Mary Brogan Breast
officers," said Buchanan. "We and Cervical Cancer Early
will use these same Detection Program and the
precautions with Gill." Putnam County .Health


James Redmond cian lie
reached at (386) 496-2261 or
uctimes@alltel.net- --


Seventh-
graders need
immunization
Many seventh-gradprs for
the 2005-06 school year still
need immunizations. Florida
.Jawrequires completion of the
hepatitis B -series.-antd- Td
booster before entry into the
seventh grade.
Documentation of
--corpleted immunizatipoj must
be provided-to"Lake Butler
Middle School. Students will
hot be allowed to attend school
without proper documentation.
Immunizations are available
free of charge at the Union
County Health Department.
Please call (386) 496-3211 for
an appointment. Direct any
questions to Kim Libby at
LBMS, (386) 496-3046.


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Above: The projected path of Tropical Storm Emily Is
shown as of 11p.m. July 12. Union County Emergency
Management Director Doug York Is urging all residents
to make sure they are prepared for this year's hurricane
season.


Web site for disaster
information, a disaster supply
kit should consist of:
o Water-at least one gallon
daily per person for three to
seven days.
o 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.
o Items to prepare food such
as a non-electric can opener,
cooking tools, paper plates and
plastic utensils.
o Blankets
o Clothing
o First aid kit
o Medicines or prescription
drugs taken on a daily or
weekly basis.
o Toiletries
o Flashlight with batteries.
o Battery-operated radio.
o Cash
o Toys, books, games or
other activities to keep
children occupied.
The site also recommends


NRSWA
tanicels i Uly
14 meeting
The New River Solid Waste
Association, the governing
board of the New River
Regional Landfill in Raiford,
has cancelled its July meeting.
The association will meet
again on Thursday, Aug. 11, at
6 p.m. in the boardroom at the
landfill.
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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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:
o Locate the safest room in
your home form a hurricane
hazard. .-- -
o Determine escape routes
from your- hothe and places to
-meet after.
o Make a plan as to what to
do with pets in.the'ieent you
are forced, to evacuate.
o -Stock non-perishable
emergency supplies.


SepeSTORM, p. 3A


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society disabled at no cost to the recipient, am ber
accepts ifthey qualify. The power BAS H
accept wheelchairs are provided to those BAS H
item who cannot walk and cannot self-
items propel a manual wheelchair in their If you are interested in
The Union County home, and who meet the additional hosting a Business and Social
Historical Society accepts guidelines of the program. No Hour (BASH) for the North
historical items for the deposit is required. Call toll free, Florida Regional Chamber of
museum every Monday (800) 817.-1871, to see if you Commerce, call (904) 964-
from 9 a.m. until noon. qualify. 5278.
Items can be taken to the
Townsend Building located
on SR-100 in Lake Butler. Summer brary Pro ams
For more information U n P bi i b
contact Cindy North at Union County Public Ubrary
(386) 496-3044. ..


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o 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 III 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:
o Pillows and blankets.
o Sleeping bags.
o Toiletry items including
tooth- brush, soap and
- shampoo.
o Games and activities to
keep smaller children
occupied --
.-.~.r k is, also-asking residents
Sti-have plan in place for their
pets as well. "Unfortunately,'


Surplus
commodities
to be
distributed
Sponsored by Suwannee
River Economic Council, Inc.
and the state of Florida,
Department of Agriculture and
Consumer Services, USDA
TEFAP surplus commodities
will be distributed to eligible
area residents on Thursday, July
21, 8:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. and
Friday, July 22, 8:30 a.m.-3:30
p.m. (or until commodities run
out)
The food will be distributed
at 855 SW 6th Ave. in Lake
Butler.
Any household whose
maximum gross income is less
than the state-established
maximum for _the-arppropriate
household size is eligible. Also,
" anyone receiving aid from one
of the following programs is
eligible for USDA
commodities: Food Stamps,
AFDC, SSI, Medicaid or
residence in government
housing.


Angus
Association
Clay Whitehead of Lake
Butler is a new junior member
of the American Angus
Association, reports John
Crouch, executive vice
president of the national
organization with headquarters
in Saint Joseph, Mo.
Junior members of the
association are eligible to
register cattle in the American
Angus Association, participate
in programs conducted by the
National Junior Angus
Association and take part in
Association sponsored shows
and other national and regional
events.
The American Angus
Association is the largest beef
registry association in the
world, with more than 34,000
active adult arid junior
members.







July 25 'UNION COUNTY TIMES Page A


CITY
Continued from p. 1A

correct theproblem and charge
the owner of the property for
it. The owner will-thn have 30
days to reimburse the..-ity for
any costs incurred. If the costs
are not paid the city will have
the right to place a lien against
the property.
The ordinance also offers
property owners a chance to
disagree with the city. If a
property owner feels they are
not in violation, they have 10
calender days to notify the city
of the disagreement. "They are
appealing the decision of the
code enforcement officer to the
code enforcement board," said
Tillis. The code enforcement
board then has 15 days to
convene to hear the appeal.
If the board upholds the
code enforcement officer's
decision, the property owner
will have 15 days from the
date of the decision to bring
the property into compliance.
The decision of the board will
be final.
"We are just trying to get the
necessary procedures into
place so that we can enforce
code enforcement laws." said
Tillis. "This is the first step in
helping us clean up the city."
The board will take up the
issue once again at its Monday,
Aug. 8 meeting.
In other business the city:
o Appointed Mayor Brantley
Crawford as a voting delegate
for the annual Florida League
of Cities convention.
Presented the proposed
2005-06 fiscal budget and
millage rate.
Designated the tentative
millage rate at 2.250 mils.
o Selected Crawford to once
again serve as Mayor and
Jimmy Beasley to serve as
Vice-Mayor.


STORM
Continued from p. 2A

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
uctimes@allteL.net


When traveling, carry
your medication in Its
original bottles to help
avoid security questions.


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).


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month at 5:15 p.m. The
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TAX DEED #63-2005-TD-001
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that
John R. Davis the holders) of the
following certificate has filed said
certificate for a tax deed to be issued
thereon. The certificate number and
year of Issuance, the description of
te property, and the names in which
it was assessed are as follows:
CERTIFICATE #: 109
YEAR OF ISSUANCE: 2001
DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY:
11-06-19-00-000-0160-0
Commence at the SE comer of the
SW 1/4 of NW 1/4 and run North 920
feet to the East Right of Way line of
State Road 121, thence run SW along
said road right of way 525 feet, thence
run SE on a 45 degree angle 100 feet
to the Point of Beginning; thence
continue SE on the 45 degree angle a
distance of 65 feet, thence SW
parallel with the road right of way 100
eet, thence NWon a 45 degree angle
65 feet, thence NE parallel with the
road rightof way, 100 feet to the point.
of the beginning, being In Section 11
Township 6 South, Range 19 East,
Union County, Florida.
Also; Commence at the SE comer of
the SW 1/4 of NW 1/4 and run North
920 feet to the East rinht of way line of


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Paid at Lake Butler, Florida under Act of March 3, 1879.
POSTMASTER: Send address changes to:
UNION COUNTY TIMES
150 W. Main Street Lake Butler, FL 32054
Web address: UCTimesonline.com
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State Road 121, thence run SW along
the road right of way 525 feet to the
point of beginning; thence run SE on a
45 degree angle 100 feet, thence run
SW parallel with the road right of way
100 feet, thence run NW on 45 degree
angle 100 feet to the East line if the
right of way of said State Road 121,
thence run NE along the road right of
way of said State Road 121,100 feet
to the point of beginning, being in
Section 11, Township 6 South, Range
19 East, Union County, Florida.
NAME IN WHICH ASSESSED:
Everett Blake Parrish
Said property being in the County of
Union, State of Florida. Unless such
certificate shall be redeemed
according to the law the property
described in such certificate will be
sold to the highest bidder in the
Courthouse lobby at 11 a.m., the 4th
day of August, 2005.
Dated this 28th day of June, 2005.
REGINA H. PARRISH
Clerk of Circuit Court
Union County, Florida
Persons with disabilities requesting
reasonable accommodations to
participate in this proceeding should
contact (386) 496-3711.
6/30 4tchg. 7/21
TAX DEED #63-2005-TD-002
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that
Bradford Telegraph the holders) of
the following certificate has filed said
certificate for a tax deed to be issued
thereon. The certificate number and
year of issuance, the description of
the property, and the names in which
it was assessed are as follows:
CERTIFICATE #: 59
YEAR OF ISSUANCE: 1998
DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY:
15-06-18-46-000-0190-0
Commence at the Southwest comer
of Section 14 Township 6 South,
Range 18 East, Union County,
Florida; thence run N 04 degrees 05
minutes 16 seconds W, along the
West line of said Section 14, a
distance of 662.76 feet to the
Southwest comer of the North 1/2 of
the SW 1/4 of SW 1/4 of said Section
14, thence run N 86 degrees, 12
minutes 14 seconds East, along the
South line of said North 1/2 of SW 1/4
of SW 1/4, a distance of 667.91 feet to
the POINT OF BEGINNING. Thence
continue running N 86 degrees 12
minutes 14 seconds E, along said
South line, a distance of 332.00 feet;
thence run N 04 degrees 02 minutes
36 seconds W a distance of 375.00
feet; thence run S 86 degrees 12
minutes 14 seconds W a distance of
332.00 feet; thence run S 04 degrees
02 minutes 36 seconds E a distance
of 375.00 feet to the POINT OF
BEGINNING, containing a total area
of 2.86 acres, more or less.
NAME IN WHICH ACCESSED:
James and Unnet Ward
Said property being in the County of
Union, State of Florida. Unless such
certificate shall be redeemed
according to the law the property
described in such certificate will be
sold to the highest bidder in the
Courthouse lobby at 11 a.m., the 4th
day of August 2005.
Dated this 28th day of June, 2005.
REGINA H. PARRISH
Clerk of Circuit Court
Union County, Florida
Persons with disabilities requesting
reasonable accommodations to
.-participate in this proceeding should.
,contact (386) 496-711".
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NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that
Sam Johns the holders) of the
following certificate has filed said
certificate for a tax deed to be issued
thereon. The certificate number and
year of issuance, the description of
the property, and the names in which
it was assessed are as follows:
CERTIFICATE #: 318
YEAR OF ISSUANCE: 2002
DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY:
17-05-21-00-000-0180-0
Commence at the NW corner of
Section 17 and thence run East on
Section line 342 feet; thence run
South parallel with the West Section
line 334 feet to Point of Beginning.
From said Point of Beginning as thus
described, thence run East 210 feet,
thence run South 210 feet, thence
West 210 feet, thence North 210 feet
to Point of Beginning, Section 17,
Township 5 South, Range 21 East,
containing one (1) acre, more or less.
LESS AND EXCEPT a parcel of land
being 105 feet East and West by 70
feet North and South in the Southeast
comer thereof.
NAME IN WHICH ASSESSED:
LOUISE MANDY
Said property being in the County of
Union, State of Florida. Unless such
certificate shall be redeemed
according to the law the property
described in such certificate will be
sold to the highest bidder in the
Courthouse lobby at 11 a.m., the 4th
day of August, 2005.
Dated this 28th day of June, 2005.
REGINA H. PARRISH
Clerk of Circuit Court
Union County, Florida
Persons with disabilities requesting
reasonable accommodations to
participate in this proceeding should
contact (386) 496-3711.
630 4tchg. 7/21
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, UENORS,
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/A BETTY
THOMAS SMITH; UNKNOWN
SPOUSE OF DAVID L. HOLLIS;
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF
IMOGENE R. SHAFFER,
DECEASED; JOHN DOE; JANE
DOE AS UNKNOWN TENANTS)
IN POSSESSION OF THE
SUBJECT PROPERTY,
Defendants
RE-NOTICE OF
FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to a Final Judgment of
Foreclosure dated the 29th day of
June, 2005, and entered in Case No.
63-2005-CA-0022, of the Circuit
Court of the 8th Judicial Circuit in and
for Union County, Fldiorida, whefeiN
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
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 A/K/A F/K/A
BETTY JO THOMAS SMITH A/K/A
BETTY THOMAS SMITH;
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF DAVID L.
HOLLIS; UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF
IMOGENE R. SHAFFER,
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
BUTLER, Florida, at 11 a.m. on the
4th day of August, 2005, the following
described property as set forth in said
Final Judgment, to wit:
Schedule A
A parcel of land containing-a total
area of 10.7 acres, more or less,
ing, being and situate in Section 34,
wnship 5 South, Range 18 East,
Union County, Florida, more
particularly described as follows:
Commence at the Northwest corner
of the Southwest 1/4 of Northwest 1/4
of said Section 34, and run North 88
degrees 53 minutes 32 seconds East,
along the North lino of said Southwest
1/4 of Northwest. 1/4 of Section 34, a
distance of 661.52 feet to the POINT
OF BEGINNING of the hereinafter
described parcel of land:
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
Section 34, a distance of 688.22 feet;
thence run South 00 degrees 35
minutes 09.seconds East, a distance
of 603.76 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 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 line 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 88tlegrees 01
minute 12 seconds West, a distance
of 471.57 feet; thence run North .00
degrees 35 minutes 09 second West,.
a distance of 614.24 feet to the POINT
OF BEGINNING.
Subject to a 60 foot easement for
ingress, egress, and public utilities,
over and across a portion thereof
being more particularly described as
follows:
Commence at the aforesaid
Northwest comer of the Southwest
1/4 of Northwest 1/4 of Section 34,
and run North 88 degrees 53 minutes
and 32 seconds East, along the
aforesaid North line of the Southwest
1/4 of Northwest 1/4 of Section 34, a
distance of 661.52 feet; thence run
South 00 degrees 35 minutes 09
seconds East a distance of 554.22
feet to the POINT OF BEGINNING of
.the heteinaftler: describeWt60"-oot
easement; thence run North 88
degrees tmiriute 12 seconds-East aW
distance of 688.40 feet- thence run


South 00 degrees 35 minutes 09
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 line 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 5th day of July, 2005.
REGINA PARRISH
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: Julia Croft
Deputy Clerk
Law Office of Marshall Q. Watson
1800 NW 49th St., Suite 120
Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33309
Telephone: (954) 453-0365
Facsimile: (954) 771-6052
7/7 2tchg. 7/14
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR UNION COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO. 63-2003-CA-0050
JAMES M. COCHRANE,
SUCCESSOR TRUSTEE OF TITLE
HOLDING TRUST AGREEMENT
DATED 4/15/99;
Plaintiff,
vs.
CHARLES CAPRILOZZI and
SHARON CAPRILOZZI, his wife;
Defendants.
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
pursuant to a Summary Judgment of
Foreclosure dated August 25, 2004, in
Case No. 63-2003-CA-0050 of the
Circuit Court of the Eighth Judicial
Circuit, in and for Union County,
Florida, in which JAMES M.
COCHRANE, SUCCESSOR"
TRUSTEE OF TITLE HOLDING
TRUST AGREEMENT DATED
4/15/99 is the Plaintiff and CHARLES
CAPRILOZZI and SHARON
CAPRILOZZI, his wife, are the
Defendants; I will sell to the highest
and best bidder for cash.at the front
entrance of the Union County
Courthouse,in Lake Butler, Union
County, Florida, at 11:00 a.m. or
shortly thereafter, on August 11, 2005
the following described property set
forth in the Summary Judgment of
Foreclosure:
The South 69 feet of Lots 12 and 13,
Block 1, and the East 9 feet of the
South 69 feet of the East Half of Lot
11, Block 1, of Worthington Springs,
Florida, as per plat thereof recorded
in Plat Book 1, Page 14, Public
Records of Union County, Florida.
DATED this 7th day of July, 2005.
SCLEFK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
t ". Jiliatr6ftt
Deputy Clerk
7/14 2tchg. 7/21


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Worthington Springs to build Library prepares to release Harry Potter

new community center


Above is artist's rendering of the new Worthington Springs Community Center. The
town is getting help from the Federal Emergency Management Agency and the
town's insurance company to rebuild the center after Hurricane Frances sent a large
oak tree through it in September 2004.


By JAMES REDMOND
Times Staff Writer
The town of Worthington
Springs is turning lemons into
lemonade.
In September 2004, the
Worthington Springs
Community Center was
damaged when a large oak tree
fell through the building. The
tree was toppled when winds
from Hurricane Frances
battered Worthington as well
as other parts of Union
County. Since that time the
building has been unusable and
the town has been working to
find a solution to fix the more-
than-30-year-old building.
S"I.- was -considered by
FEMA..(Federal Emergency
Management Agency) to be
one of the worst damaged
structures in the county," said
Councilman Jeff Rimes.
According to Rimes, after
meeting with the city's
insurance company and
officials from FEMA, damage
estimates totalled $25,000.
Rimes, a graduate of the
University of Florida's School
of Construction, knew that
would never be enough to
complete the repairs to the
building.
He, and a few other
members of the council, who
understood construction and its
costs, refused ,to accept the
offer. "We discussed it during
the city council meetings and
knew we needed more


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Young children of Union
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children brought to you by
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money," said Rimes. "We
decided it was not in our best
to accept this offer."
Rimes met with more than
two dozen professionals,
including FEMA
representatives, structural
engineers, architects, building
inspectors and insurance
adjusters, in hopes that the
town could get more money to
rebuild. According to Rimes,
many residents wanted a
quick-fix solution to the
problem.
"They wanted us to settle
early, but anything worth
doing is worth doing right,"
said Rimes.
After 10 long months of
-paperwork review 'and
meetings, the town got a better
offer. Between FEMA and the
insurance company the town.
will receive more than
$490,000 dollars to completely
rebuild the community center.
"It's an experience that I hope
I won't have to repeat," said
Rimes. "I'm pleased with the
report that the new estimate
designated us."
Rimes said he felt the town's
patience really paid off in the
end.. "FEMA has been
bombarded with more than
2,800 municipalities requesting
assistance, with more than
25,000 worksheet requests for
review," said Rimes. "Having
to deal with all those requests
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really benefited us."
The old facility served
several functions including
governmental actions,
community gatherings and
many social events. A
preliminary design shows that
the facility will serve that
purpose once again. Plans
include a town council meeting
room, a clerk's office and a
large assembly room for events
to be held in.
Rimes said plans are that
once the town receives official
documentation from FEMA,
the town will begin demolition
of the old facility. "Once we
receive final signature from
FEMA, we will demolish the
existing structure and begin
building our new facility," said
Rimes. "The new center will
be a show place for the town of
Worthington Springs that will
serve many generations to
come."
James Redmond can be
reached at (386) 496-2261 or
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The Union County Public Library has been preparing for the release of J.K.
Rowling's latest novel "Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince" by transforming
the library Into the Hogwarts School of Wizardry. Library staff members and
volunteers, Including the Junior Friends of the Library. have been working on
costumes, crafts activities and food for the. occasion. Those who have been
helping with preparations are pictured above. They include from L-R: first row:
Doug Cason as Malfoy, Becky Johns as Dobby the House Elf and Carol Baler as
Madam Hooch. Second row: Silas Wilson as Snape, Jodi Cason as a student,
Terri Brown as Hermione Granger, Cindy Croft as the librarian and Mary
Weatherholt as Professor Trelawaney. The party is scheduled for Friday, July 15,
beginning at 9 p.m. Events will go on until 12:01 a.m. when the new novel is
released. Those who plan to attend are encouraged to dress as their favorite Harry
Potter character. Even If you decide not to dress up, you are still invited to join in
the festivities. "This will be a fun-filled evening and an event to remember," said
Baler, the library's children's assistant.


Historical
Society meets
The Union County
Historical Society will meet
on Monday, July 25. The
meeting will begin at 7 p.m.
Meetings are held in the
Marjorie Driggers Museum
located in the Townsend
building on West Main St.
in Lake Butler. For more
information call (386) 496-
3044.


Library co-op
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July 14
The New River Public
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regular meeting on Thursday,
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Noticed any unusual charges on your phone bill lately?
If so, you may have become the victim of a telephone billing practice known as "Cramming." Cram-
ming occurs when charges appear on your monthly telephone bill that you did not authorize -
anything from unidentifiable fees to club memberships. These charges are not usually tacked onto
your bill by your local phone company, but are placed there by a "third party" billing agent.

The Florida Public Service Commission (PSC) has worked with some local phone companies that
bill on behalf of other companies in an effort to assist them in screening out apparent violators.
Additionally, the PSC has developed rules intended to protect consumers from this illegal practice
and to reduce cramming by requiring complete and accurate disclosure of services and charges on
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variety of arts and crafts will
be shown, including ceramics,
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food.
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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
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The handlers explained how the dogs were trained
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nearby children. -Handley explained that the dogs are
never given drugs at all. "All they want is the
affection, play and praise they receive when they
find an item,"said Handley. "Any dog can be trained
to do this." He also warned program participants
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City conducts second
reading on CG zoning

By JAMES REDMOND The changes come on the
Times Staff Writer heels of a request from Terra
Vesta Group, LLC to change
The city of Lake Butler is zoning on the property that lies
one step closer to redefining across the street from the
zoning in the city. Union County Health
In a 5-0 vote, commissioners Department. The group is
appro ed thefirsL-reading ueltng-the- change-'e-
wha iff be the city's new zoning from single family
commercial general (CG) and residential to CG.
commercial intensive (CI) When the request came
zoning laws. The changes are before the board several
deleting some businesses from months ago, commissioners
the CG category and adding decided it was in the city's best
them to the CI category, interest to change the zoning
Ordinance 05-04 will laws before granting, the
remove billiard parlors, request. "These changes reflect
bowling alleys, dry cleaning the wishes of the city
and laundry package plants, commission," said City
commercial parking lots, Manager Richard Tills.
automotive self-service At that meeting,-. city
stations, funeral homes and commissioners expressed
parking garages from the CG concern over what type of
category and place them into business might open if Terra
the CI category. Vesta ever decided to sell the
The ordinance adds wording property. The board asked
to some of the regulations in Tillis to review the current
the CG category. If approved zoning law and to recommend
at a final reading on Monday, changes.
August 8, the ordinance will The ordinance will have its
require furniture stores, radio final reading at the board's
and television stations and Monday, August 8, regular
retail commercial outlets for meeting. All indications are
items such as food, apparel and that the board will adopt the
toys to keep all operations changes at that time.
within the four walls of the
building; No outside storage James Redmond can be
would be permitted. reached at (386) 496-2261 or
uctimes@alltel.net


UCT/Roberts Insurance
move to new location


By JAMES REDMOND
Times Staff Writer


The Union County Times
and Roberts Insurance of Lake
Butler have moved into the
building_gformerlyocupied-by
the city of Lake Butler.
In July 2004, Times owner
John Miller- -a-nd Roberts
Insurance owner Scott Roberts
placed the winning.bid for the
building. Both spent last month
putting in new carpet and tile
and painting the building in
anticipation of the move. On
July 6, both businesses
officially relocated to the new
facility.
"I feel this is a great
opportunTy---f Tr both
companies," said Miller.
Roberts concurred saying he
felt that both companies being
in the same building was a
win-win situation 'for
everyone.
Agents Karen Hunsinger and
Earl Tuten will be in the
Roberts Insurance offices
Monday through Friday to help
customers with all their
insurance needs. The agency
will occupy the front offices of
the facility. The agency is open
Monday-Friday from 9 a.m. to
5 p.m.
Roberts Insurance covers a


full line of insurance products
including life, health, property
and casualty. They represent
well known companies such as
Auto-Owners, Allstate. and
Progressive. The agency has_ --
--two -6ther -offices- located in
Starke and Keystone Heights.
The Union County Times
will occupy the space formerly
reserved for Lake Butler City
Council meetings. Staff will be
available Monday, Tuesday,
Thursday and Friday from 9
a.m. to 5 p.m. to help Times
customers with anything
related to the newspaper.
Miller said the sign in front
of the building, formerly of
Farmers and Dealers Bank,
- will-be put to good use as well..
"We're going to use it to
announce tdpcoming
community events throughout
the community," said Miller.
"We will ensure it is well
utilized."
The Times has a new fax
number as well. Any
submissions can be faxed to
(386) 496-2858. They can also-
be dropped off in person or e-
mailed to uctimes@alltel.net
for inclusion in the paper.
James Redmond can be
reached at (386) 496-2261 or
uctimes@alltel.net


On July 11, commissioners for the city of Lake
Butler voted unanimously to return Brantley
Crawford (left) and Jimmy Beasley (right) to the
positions of mayor and vice mayor respectively.
Each served in the position during 2004-05 year.
Each was the only nominee for the positions.


Hay Field Day draws large crowd


By JACQUE BREMAN
UC Extension Director


Safety forum-
to be held at
Watson
Center
A public safety awareness
forum will be held for
residents and business owners
.in Keystone Heights, Lake
Geneva' and Melrose as well as
the- surrounding communities
in Alachua, Clay, Bradford,
Putnam and Union counties.
The topic will be hurricane-
.,.,.-awareness-and-preparedness.
The forum will be held at
the Santa Fe Community
College Wats6i-Center on S.R.
21 in Keystone Heights from
6:30-7:30 p.m. on Tuesday,
July 19. -
Several guests speakers have
been chosen to address
hurricane readiness.
Jan Chilson is the
emergency planning manager
for the C.ay County-
Department of Public Safety,
(904):284-7703.
Jnne Neats is the emergency
prepaiiedness planner with
Bradf6rd County Emergency
Management, (904) 966-6336.
Gina Busscher is the district
twopfiblic information officer
for the Florida Department of
Transportation,-(800) 749-
2967,-ext. 3714. .
Following each presentation,
there will be an informative
question and answer session. A
public safety information
display willbe_set up with free&
literature from all three
agencies. Pamphlets on
hurricane readiness, maps of


The Boston Farm-Santa Fe
River Ranch Beef Unit in
Alachua drew a crowd of more
evacuation routes and special than 125 people on July -
ne-ets--bster-registration Hay Filed Day has become ',
forms will also be available, an annual event sponsored by .
For more "detailed the Northeast Florida Group of
information, please contact Extension. Agents. Alachua,
Linda Nelson of the North Baker, Bradford, Columbia, ,
Florida Regional Chamber of Clay, Duval, Nassau and
Commerce in Keystone Union counties. Six workshops
Heights at (352) 473-4550. were presented by extension
agents to help pasture and hay
producers included topics such
as pests and insects, weeds,
establishment of perennials
and-a haylage demonstration.
i Twelve commercial T- -
t industries (tractor, equipment, __Ab armers k-over-the---aysprigs being planted during the Hay Field Day in
fliers --d 1 tran Alachua. The program was presented by the University of Florida's Institute for Food
areas and showed how their and Agricultural Services Extension Service Program and Haystack Farms of
equipment worked in the field. Georgia.
For those people who would
like a copy of the Eighth
Some carousel Annual Hay Field Day
advertisements in early Proceedings (which has all the
information from the
nineteenth century workshops and the industry
America stated that the sponsors listed) please call the
rides were Union County Extension
recommended by Office at (386) 496-2321. _--. .- -- r -- ...


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circulating the blood.


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reached at (386) 496-2321.


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


Early planning a good idearduring hurricane season
Cr emergency National Hurricane Center in record-keepinrg beganiTrf-11851 -introduction to the job of Brian June.It looks .as if Johns, and be safe to say that rr
Miami, it is the first time four (the hurricane season is June J6Tin's;-who' has-been Bradford all of Florida, will have to gear Floridians are ready and ta
management storms have been named in the 1-Nov. 30). County' s emergency up for quite an active hurricane
'director offers Atlantic this early since It has been quite an. management director since season, but it would probably See PLAN, p.


preparation ideas for-
hurricane season
By CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
This past weekend saw
.Hurricane Dennis, which. at
,times was a Category 4-
hurricane, move its way up the
gulf coast of Florida and make
landfall in Florida's panhandle.
It was the earliest occurrence
of a Category 4 hurricane in
Ithe Caribbean and possibly the
*United States, according to
meteorologists quoted in. an.
Associated Press Story on July
10,
Hurricane Dennis was also
ihe fourth named storm already
ihis season. According to the


Make sure
generators
will suit
your needs

By CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer


Many people in this area
found themselves without
electricity for days-some for
eiven_ weeks-during last
year's hurricane season.
Therefore, generators haye
been hot-selling items as
Floridians prepare for this
hurricane season.- -
"Everybody and their
brothers are trying to buy
generators," said Brian Johns,
Bradford County Emergency
Management director.
Earlier thNis-year, Floridians
were able to purchase
generators, along with other
useful items, tax free in
preparation for this hurricane
season. However, generators
could cost no more than $750
to qualify for tax-free status.
Generators at that cost,
however, may not have had the
wattage necessary to run the
items some people plan on
running in their homes.
So, how do you figure out
what's the best generator for
you? Well, for starters, you
can visit or call your county's
emergency management
office.
"Bradford County's office
has pamphlets, produced by
Lbwe's, that give some
estimates on how much
wattage" is required to run
certain household items and
appliances.
When buying a generator,
one must calculate the total
wattage of the maximum
number of items that will run
simultaneously (for items withfi
start-up ratings higher than
their run ratings, use the start-
up rating to calculate you
total).
.Some estimates include 50
watts for a light bulb, 225
watts for a radio, 500 watts for
a 'small refrigerator, 750 watts
fOr a microwave, 1,200 watts
fbr a refrigerator/freezer (with
a'-start-up wattage of 3,000
watts), 3,300 for an air
conditioner (20,000 BTU),
4,000 watts for a water heater.
'If someone planned to run a
100-watt light bulb, a 200-watt
slow cooker, a 1,200-watt
refrigerator with a start-up
:I- wattage of 2,900 and a 750-
Watt TV, a generator that
-produces at least 3,950 watts
would be required.
'Johns reminds people they
need to have plenty of fuel on
Sand to run their generators
and he recommends running
three- or four-way extension
cards into the house to plugv
appliances into. .. b e
Generators should be kept
outside of homes in well-
ventilated areas.
"'Don't put the generator in,
your house because of carbon-
monoxide poisoning," Johns
said.
For more information on
generator requirements and
safety, please' visit the
Bradford County Emergency
SManagement' Office *or the
emergency management office
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the necessary precautions after
last year's season. Those who
previously thought hurricanes
were nothing to worry about in
-- "this part of the state now
realize, after the damage
sustained last year, that any
part of the state is vulnerable.
..--John-- has witnessed that
change in .people's-Ittftudes.
He has also witnessed that
same change in his own
attitude.
Johns' family was prepared
for Hurricane Dennis, but his
family was prepared before
Dennis even developed into a
storm.
"I used to say, 'We're 90
miles from both coasts. A
hurricane is not really going to
affect us. If we get a tropical
storm, we may get a lot of
rain.' The wind that I saw at
my house last year-it has
changed my mind," Johns said.
"I keep my 72-hour kit ready."
Such a kit is good for people
to have, whether they have to
evacuate their homes or not,
Johns said. Those kits can also
come in handy during other
emergencies, such as those
involving tornadoes or fire, he
added.
So what is a 72-hour kit?
Well, as the name suggests, it
is a collection of items to help
people get through three days.
Such kits should, of course,
contain food-enough to
provide three meals.per family
member per day.
Johns said MREs (meals
ready to eat), dehydrated foods
and canned items, such as
tuna, work well in such kits.
"Any canned foods you like,
but make sure you also pack a
(manual) can opener," Johns
said, adding that people need


to remember to rotate items
out of their kits to ensure
freshness.
It's also a good idea to
include some kind of snacks
for children, as well as games
or something that will help
keep children entertained.
A battery-powered radio that
can be used to keep track of
the weather is a must as is a
first-aid kit, Johns said.
"A first-aid kit-would cover
your medications," Johns said.
"If you're on any kind of
special medications-blood
pressure, heart tablets or
whatever-make sure you
have enough of those to cover
you for at least 72 hours."
Important documents, such
as those relating to insurance,
should be included as well as
some clothing.
"You don't want to get so
heavy that you can't tote it out
the door, but you want to try to
keep one change of clothes
(per person)," Johns said.
As in any emergency
situation, people need to
ensure they will have drinking,
water. Johns recommends one
gallon per person per day.
Water purifying tablets, which
Johns keeps in his 72-hour kit,
also come in handy so ahy
source of water can be utilized
for drinking.
If people are going to leave
their homes, there are a couple
of things they should consider.
Johns said. One is to create a
plan with other family
members so as to establish a,
meeting place or to at least let'
others know, where )ou will go
in an emergency situation.
Another thing to consider is
leaving early before the
highways become crowded
with other evacuees, causing a
standstill of traffic. t
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because you don't know
what's happened," he said.
"The road could be washed out
underneath you."
Sometimes, in the midst of
making preparations for their
family, people forget to
consider what they are going
to do about their pets, Johns
said. It is an issue Johns and
Bradford County are
addressing by working to
establish shelters' for
animals-small and large.
"Some people will not leave
their homes if they cannot take
their pets with them," Johns
said. "We want to have some
of those needs taken care of."
People evacuating their
homes should contact their
emergency management center
or tune into local media to
determine locations of shelters,
and what shelters are open. All
public schools in Bradford
County will be utilized as
shelters, including a special-
needs shelter at Southside
Elementary School.
Johns recommends people
with special needs have.
applications filled out at his
office (applications can be
completed over the phone).
That will help, them' gain
access to the shelter more
quickly.
"If you need to go to ,a
special-needs shelter and you
already have all the
information .(on file),' it:
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streamlines your check-in,"
Johns said.
Though this season has
already been unusually busy,
Johns said the amount of
damage caused by hurricanes
this year could possibly be less
than that of last year. Downed
trees were a problem in this
area last year, but Johns said a
lot of those trees could have
been weak tress, which have
now been taken out .of the
equation, when- it- comes to
looking at potential damage.
"Hopefully, that damage
(experienced last year) won't
be as widespread, thisyear,"
Johns said., ''
Anotheriproblem brought on
by hurricanes other than
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County that usually amounts to.
some serious problems for
residents on Sampson Lake.
Johns said he and his office
have been working closely
with the people on the lake and
have been monitoring the
lake's levels every day.
However, Johns said that water
is now flowing faster into
Sampson Lake than it flows
out of it. The clean-up of
Alligator Creek and new
culverts on S.R. 100 have
contributed to that, Johns said.
That has improved drainage
throughout Bradford County
and, consequently, increases
the flow of rain waler into
Sampson Lake. During a
recent span of less. than 10
days in which the county
experienced heavy rain, the
level of Sampson Lake rose
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Prior to this weekend, Johns
said the gates at Three Pipes
were wide open in an attempt
to get as much water out of the
lake as possible in preparation
for Hurricane Dennis.
However, he said since water
runs into the lake in multiple
places and out of it in only
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can be. done if the area
experiences enough rain..--.
"We have no coniirol over
Mother Nature," Johns said. "
Whether because of fallen
trees, flooding or something
else, there are stilJAhiomes in
Bradford Counfy' that are
damaged -from ,last year's
hurricanes. Johns said those


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call.
"I would encourage anybody
who has damage from last
year's hurricanes to call us
now and we will work with
them to try to get their house
back in order," Johns said..
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OBITUARIES:


'MemorialService


Kimberly Jene Huntley

In Loving Memory of
Kimberly Jene Huntley
Dec. 28, 1958 May 26, 2005
A memorial.service will be held at
Conner Cemetery in Raiford, Fla.
. on Sunday, July 17, at 10 a.m.
Kimberly was the daughter of the
late Freddie Sue Barnes Wheeler
and the late George Paul Huntley.
All family and friends are
encouraged to attend.


Shaneque Smith
Shaneque Smith
STARKE Shaneque Lashlra
"Tin%"" Smith, 14, of Starke died
Frida.. July 8, 2005, at her
residence in Starke following a
sudden incident.
Born in Gainesville on Dec. 8,
1990, Shaneque was a lifelong
resident of Starke. She was a
sixth grade student at Bradford
Middle School and attended The
House of Mercy in Starke.
.Shaneque is survived by: her
mother Barbara Woods of Starke;
her father Toney Smith Sr.; a
sister Latalian Beard of Starke;
two brothers, Toney Smith Jr.
and Brian Blackshear Jr., both of
Starke: her grandmothers
Geraldine Smith of Maxville and
Ella Mae Henry French of Starke.
Funeral services for Shaneque
will be held at 11 a.m. on
Saturday, July 16, 2005, in The
Church of God by Faith of Starke
with Elder James E. McKnight,
pastor, and Joyce Cohens,
eulogist, conducting the
services. Interment will follow
in Oddfellow Cemetery under the
direction of Haile Funeral Home
of Starke.
Visitation will be held at the
funeral home chapel on Friday,
July 15, 2005, with family hour,
.4-5 p.m.; friends, 5-8 p.m.


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James Blake
HAMPTON James John "Jim"
Blake, 61, of Hampton died
Thursday, July 7, 2005, at his
residence following an extended
illness.
Born in Waukon, Iowa on May
15, 1944, Mr. Blake moved to
Hampton 10 years ago from
Jacksonville. He was a farmer
and served in the United States
Navy. He was a member of St.
William Catholic Church.
Mr. Blake is survived by: his
wife Linda K. Blake of Hampton;
his mother Mary Hammell Blake
of Waukon; seven sisters, Mary
Klauke of Dorchester, Iowa,
Catherine Wadsworth, Elizabeth
Regan, Bernadette Sweeney, all
of Waukon, Carol Hatch of
Center Point, Iowa, Donna
Cummings of Mechanicsville,
Iowa and Julie Phillips of
Omaha, Neb.; five brothers,
John Blake, Francis Blake, both
of Waukon,- Father Jerry Blake
of Forest City, Iowa, Cornelius
Blake, of Rogers, Minn. and
Daniel Blake of Prairie Du Chien,
Wis.
Funeral services for'Mr. Blake
will be held at 10:30 a.m. CST
on Thursday, July 14, 2005, at
St. Mary's Catholic Church in
Hanover,- Iowa. Interment will
follow in St. Mary's Catholic
Church Cemetery. Local
arrangements are under the care
of Jones Funeral Home of Starke.


Robert Paterson
STARKE Robert George
"Bob" "Pate" Paterson Jr., 85, of
Starke died Sunday, July 10,
2005, at his residence following
an extended illness.
Born in Lakeland on Jan. 10,
1920, Mr.. Paterson moved to
Starke in 1949 from Bartow. He
served in the United States Army
during World War 1 and was a
retired shop foreman at CSMS
Camp Blanding where he served
for 34 years. He was a member of
First United Methodist Church .of
Starke. American Legion Post
#56, board of directors for the
Bradford County Farm Bureau,
member of Cattleman's
Association and served in the
631st Maintenance Co. for ,the
Florida National Guard as chief
warrant officer.
Mr. Paterson is survived by:
his daughter Linda King of
Keystone Heights; sons, Buddy,
Paterson and Larry Paterson,
both of Starke; a sister Jean
Willis of New Jersey; seven
grandchildren and two great-
grandchildren.
Funeral services for Mr.
Paterson were Jul\ 13. 2005 in
First United Methodist Church.
with the Re%. Mike Hutcherson
conducting the services. Private
interment will be held at a later
date under the care of Jones
Funeral Home of Starke.


Gloria Baker
EARLETON Gloria Seles
Baker, 64, of Earleton died
Tuesday. Jul\ 5. 2005 in Citrus
County following an extended
illness.


Born in Youngstown, Ohio on
June 12, 1941, Mrs. Baker
moved to Earleton 33 years ago
from Jacksonville. She was a
bank teller, homemaker and
member of St. William Catholic
Church in Keystone Heights. She
was an honorary member of the
Keystone Sportsman Club.
Mrs. Baker is survived by: a
son Dalton Baker of Belleview;
two sisters, Mildred Howells of-
Springhill and Irene Browne of
Valrico; and a brother Julius
Seles of Brooksville.
Funeral services for Mrs.
Baker were July 9, 2005 in St.
William Catholic Church with
Father Mike Williams
conducting the services.
Interment followed in Keystone
Heights Cemetery under the care
of Jones Funeral Home of Starke.
Memorial contributions may
be made to Hospice of North
Central Florida, 4200 NW 90th
Blvd., Gainesville, FL 32606-
3809.

Virginia Remley
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS -
Virginia Stroud Remley, 85, of
Keystone Heights died
Wednesday, July 6, 2005, at
Palatka Health Care Center
following a brief illness.
Born in Ocala on Jan. 10,
1920, Mrs. Remley moved to
Keystone Heights from
Melbourne in May 2004. She
was a retired executive secretary
for Associates/Financing Co.
and was a member of First United
Methodist Church in Melbourne.
Mrs. Remley is survived by:;
two sons, Robert "Bobby"
Remley of Keystone Heights and
Richard "Ricky" Stroud Remley
of Ram Rod; one grandchild and
two great-grandchildren.
Memorial services for Mrs.
Remley will be held at a later date
under the care of Jones Funeral
Home of Keystone Heights.


Eula Koehler
HAMPTON Eula Inez
Koehler, 78, of Hampton died
Thursday, July 7, 2005, at her
residence.
Born in Madison, Mrs.
Koehler lived in Kissimmee and
Baltimore, Md. before moving to
Hampton four years ago. She was
a homemaker and member of
Eureka Baptist Church in Hog
Valley.
Mrs. Koehler is survived by:
three daughters, Peggy Sullivan
of Baltimore, Sherrie Sloan of
Lake City and Gail Varnum of
Hampton; four sons, George
Koehler of Georgetown, Douglas
Koehler of Ft. McCoy, Kenny
Koehler of Starke and Dale
Koehler of Daytona Beach; 15
grandchildren and 22 great-
grandchildren.
Funeral services for Mrs.
Koehler were July 11, 2005 in
the Chapel of Archie Tanner
Funeral Home of Starke with the
Rev. Gene Bass officiating with
burial in Hope Cemetery.


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In Loving Memory
Happy 29th Birthday
Salonika Denise Williams
A/K/A Miss 2 1
Born: July 15, 1976
Died: Sept. 13, 2002
Love,
Your Mom

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July 13, 1942- May 24, 2003
It's been two years since you left
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Since you've been gone you had
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We miss you and long for you,
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The city of Keystone Heights
Sowns outright the Keystone
Heights Airpark, a gift from the
Federal Civil Aeronautics
Administration more than 50
years ago. The giving of property
to local communities wasn't
unusual following World War II,
but in this case, the gift of 2,507
acres of land was unusual, since a
thousand acres, more or less, lies
in Bradford County. None of the
acreage is adjacent to the
Keystone Heights city limits,
although the airpark acreage not
lying in Bradford/ County is
located in Clay County.
Keystone Heights is 'generally
considered a Clay County-
community, but the Bradford
County eastern line abuts the city
limits, and the Keystone Heights
Golf and Country Club (all or in
part) lies in Bradford County.
In like manner; Lake Butler
was given the old Lake Butler
Airfield, consisting of 1,000
acres, in the same era. The city
4ave 500 acres to the Department
of Corrections in the early 1960s,
;on which the DOC Reception
and Medical -Center
was built.;
Because, of
,its warm
climate, e
,enabling, the
-military to
train pilots all
year, Florida was filled with
small airports and, bombing
ranges, but, when the war ended
in 1945, the properties became
surplus to military needs, and
Ownership was- transferred to,
whomever would accept them
tuil lt e. m it stipu actions.


Wynn and T. C. Chastain. Arch J.
Thomas was clerk of the court.
Apparently Clay County had
received a similar letter, but it
may have been that both counties
were offered the facility jointly.
At any rate, the minutes dated
June 3, 1946, indicate an
invitation was extended to Clay
County commissioners to meet.
with Bradford 'County
commissioners to further discuss
the issue. Clay commissioners
Sam Saunders and Dewey W.
Cole met with Bradford County,
but no commitments were made,'
other than to meet again July 1,
1946.
The minutes from that meeting
indicate that Clay County
commissioners had advised
Bradford County commissioners
that Clay County wasn't
interested in further discussions
with Bradford County
concerning the airfield and were
not interested in becoming a joint
grantee for the field.
With Clay County having
dropped out,
Bradford County


commissioners met with the
Civil Aeronautics Administration
representative once again, but
declined to become a grantee for
the airfield, paving the way for.
the facility to be offered to the
city of Keystone Heights. n
No other records were found in


--,ys-tne-.-Heights' was -given ..-the. clerk's-office,- concerning the'
the Crystal Lake Airport by airpark, but the property
default.. The; military had named appraiser's office lists several
the facility: Crystal Lake Airport properties in the airpark as being
when it ,was built because of its on the Bradford tax rolls, and
proximity to the lake, but the, paying about $13,000 in ad
name was changed to Keystone valorem taxes, each year.
Army Airfield when it was Government owned land, such as
commissioned in 1942. the KH Airpark, isn't normally
The May 24, 1946, issue of the taxed, but in this case, Bradford
Bradford County Telegraph taxes land that is leased to private
reported "Keystone Heights enterprise within the facility.
Airport may be- converted to In 1991, the city of Keystone
civilian use." This was the first Heights passed an ordinance
public notice of the airfield being creating the Keystone Airpark
declared surplus and available Authority to oversee the
for transfer to a local management and financial
government. However, in a letter matters of the facility. The board
dated May 6, 1946, Bradford is composed of seven members
SCounty commissioners were appointed by the city council.
notified by 'the Federal Current members are Robert
Department of Commerce, Civil Canady, Scott Roberts, William
'Aeronautics Administration, that h C. Phillips, Dean Weaver, Maj.
the county was eligible as, a ,.Cecil Cauley, Glen Harris and
granteee." Douglas Rudd.
The Bradford County Board of Authority Member Dean
County Commissioners was told Weaver spoke to the Starke
the grantee would have to agree.' Rotary Club recently,
to maintain the facility: as a highlighting the excellent
public airport., The facilities offered, its proximity to
commissioners responded that both the Gainesville and
they were interested, but required Jacksonville 'airports, and
additional information. The facilities available for lease.
commissioners at the time were He said the two 5,00,0-foot
Chairman M. 0. Harrell, P. D. runways can't handle jumbo jets,
Reddish,. E. L. Crawford, J. L. but thev will accmmodat most
Y will accommodater-most


privately owned planes and
commuter planes.
Helicopters utilize the airpark
on a regular basis. Weaver is
optimistic concerning the long-
range use of the facility, but
without income from timber
growth, the airpark would be in
serious financial trouble. A
couple of years ago, the authority
sold $80,000 worth of timber. In
the years 1997-2001,
expenditures exceeded income
by approximately $200,000.
As" Florida's population
continues to grow-it's projected
to reach 17 million in a couple of
years -.north Florida's
population will increase, and the
Keystone Airpai'k will become a
vital link. in. air transportation,
and Keystone Heights will have, a
jewel in hand. However, the first
50 years of ownership has
,provided little more than
bragging rights for 'the
community.


Were the Bradford County
commissioners smart in turning
down ownership
,. of the airpark?
Hindsight is
better than
foresight, and
50 years ago
timber land in
north Florida
was' cheap, and timber was
also cheap. Turpentine operators
and small sawmill operators'
often got the land along with
turpentine rights and/or
sawtimber. While times had
improved substantially since the
1930s, land could still be
.acqifiried by tax -cgificates..qn
occasion. The future of the small
airfield in a remote section of the.
state, without a large population
center, wasn't especially bright.
Those complaining about lost
opportunities may not have the
advantage of first-hand
experience during that period of
history.


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In normal times, the Florida
Department of Transportation
would be planning to four-lane
S.R. 100. but with the demand
for roads in South' Florida and
bottlenecks throughout the state,
S.R. 100 improvements have a
low priority.
Highway transportation in and
out of the airpark is a detriment
and will affect its growth until
remedied. State Road 21 has an
even lower priority for adding
lanes.
Keystone Heights has nursed
the airpark for mpre than 50
years, and will have to continue
operating it on a shoestring for a
time, but if they stay the course
the gift will someday live up to
its potential as an asset to the
community and surrounding
area.
By Buster Rahn,
Editorial Writer


LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR ~


Americans
are urged to
wear red on
Friday
Be one of the Americans
who support our troops,
Our idea of showing our
',(li!ti t.r'y and support for our
troops i ,l,'tirng Friday and
continuing on each and every
Friday, until this is over, that
every red blooded American
who supports our young men.
and v' .iwn, wear 'omrethitng
red, .
I -i' .*:..' if we can man'k f'he
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share this idea with your fellow
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then it won't be long before ihe
U.S.A. will tv c,v/red in red
and our Iroops will know v.e
are thinking of their well-
being, You will feel better all
day Friday wen you wear red.
F, Owens
Keystone Heights


Thanks to the
community
Dear dltor
I would like to thank first
and forie'dle the vol'iuneei'.
1ia( most prple do n ot "ice
because they sWarted woikiin
two week before the festival
tarte4, People like Mike


Higgenbotham; Shane Marsh,
Jon Sapp, Tommy Manning,
Lee Hardage, Bob Byrnes,
David Payne and JoAnn Lahti
along with many others doing
labor to ensure all things are
put together and run smoothly-
so all visitors and Keystone
residents can enjoy the July 4.
Many thank yous go out to
the groups that took many
hours and money to put
together floats and all the
wonderful entries in the parade.
The reason so many people
come oat and line the streets is
because of the entries willing
to come out and give of,
themselves to allow children
and adults to enjoy what they
have put together.
Thank you also to all the


people who brought items to
send to the troops overseas. All
items will be sent to the
soldiers in the next week. We
will be collecting items for
troops again during the Labor
Day-Festival. Keep those items
coming for our troops.-
To sum it all up, you truly.
get what you put into your
community. Community
members give as a whole
throughout the year. That is
why Keystone is the best little
rural town to raise your
children or spend your golden
years.
Paul Welborn
Our Country Day


Editorial/Opinion

Thursday, July 14, 2005 Page 4B


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some money into the
apartments and turn them into
townhouses and let the
residents purchase them. Then
it could become "The Hopeful
Estates." The majority of
people living in T,H.E,
Apartments want to better their
lives. Some are attending
college; and some have been
accepted into college. I met a
young man who will b@
traveling to Tennessee soon


Keystone Airpark: Asset or Albatross?


our property and engage il-00o
illicit activity and we sayioiDs
nothing, and do nothing, then'.-'
we are contributing to the' !,-
problem through our silence.,'
I'm going to confront drug "'"
trafficking no matter what. I
that makes me a bad person,.,
then .o be it, '
E'ersofone who sells drugs is .
imitlbuiing toward the death, ':

See LETTERS, p. 11B


Thanks for
support of vet
project
Dear Editor:
I would like to take this
opportunity to thank the
following for all their support
and contributions that made the
first phase or the "'Buy a Brick
for a Vet" such a successful
project.
These groups or individuals
contributed: City of Keystone
Heights and employees.
American Legion Post #202
Keystone Heights: AmVets
Post #86 of Keystone Heights;
Jones Funeral Home of
Keystone Heights: Reinhold
Corp. and Shadow lawn
Nursery/Farms of Penney
Farms; Bonnie's Nursery of
Middleburg; WEAG 106.3
Radio Station of Starke;
Hitchcocks Supermarket of
Keystone Heights and all the
area newspapers for news
coverage;. Erin White of
Middleburg, Pat Moore. Noel
Thomas,iLarri Jones. all GCL
members who helped put this
event together.
More assistance was received
from: Pastor Marc Jones and
Barbara Martin, both from
Faith Presbyterian Church:.
Color Guard 361st
Maintenance Co., Army
National Guard of Starke; Sgt.
Major Ray Wingate; Colonel
Jack Paschal, commander' of
202nd Red- Horse. Squadron
from Camp Blanding; Deputy
Todd Hanlon from Clay
County Sheriff's Department;
Sgt. David Kuntz and his
reenactment group 1st
Artillery, Battery "A" and TV
Channel 20 from Gainesville.
Phase 2 has now begun and
bricks will be on sale for a vet.
The first order will .go to the
engraver on approximately
Aug. 14.
More than 200 people
attended the dedication
ceremony.
Joan Jones, Chairperson.
Veterans Memorial Pathway.
and Garden Project
Keystone Heights

Setting the
record 'strait
on T.H.E. n a
Apartments
Dear Editor:
The article in the June 30
edition of the Bradford.
Telegraph offended many of the
people .who reside at T.H.E
Apartments. Much of the
information shared in the
article did not accurately reflect
the positive town meeting that
was held and the dialogue that.
was shared among the
attendees.
The Town Meeting's focus
was on what could be done to
stop the violent behavior that
has been occurring among our
youth.
I want to clear the air and set
the record straight. No one at
the meeting said or implied
that all the people of T.H.E.
Apartments were uneducated or
that they didn't read or share.
information with their children.
There was no bicyclist making
pranks at me or anyone else.
There was, however, a bicyclist
who was selling drugs and
there was an adult male
standing by who said nothing
to stop him.
What was stated is the fact
that the image of T.H.E.
Apartments needed to change,
so that the community could
have a more positive and
favorable impression of T.H.E.
Apartments and its residents.
People need to stop referring to
T.H.E. Apartments as the
"projects." These are subsidized
apartments where people
within a certain income are
allowed to live. There are many
good people living in T.H.E.
Apartments who do have hope
of owning their own homes.
T.H.E. Apartments: Does it
stand for "The Hopeless End"
or "The Hope Endures"? I
rather think the latter, because
hope does endure. I believe the
majority of the people in
T.H.E. Apartments have hope.
If the owner of T.H.E.
Apartments truly wants to
make a difference, then invest


where he has been offered $
scholarship for college. I kno^.
an elderly lad, who li es in nth '
apartments and she is one o
the kindest and most gentle
souls you would ever want to'
encounter. She has hope, faitit
and trust in God. I know o1#'R
another young lad) wh.
powers her wheelchair ti
church every Sunday and
attends Bible study o' a
Wednesday nights. I know, ot.
some youngg children who are'.
doing exceptionally well in'
school, making the honor roll ""
and are terrific kids.
There are many young',
mothers out there who loe:,;
their children and just want the;i,
best for them and they aret _
looking for a way out. These.
are the many faces that you se '
in T H.E. Apartments. They-
are the majority.
The fact that they are single
parents is not unique to T.HYE'
Apartments, residents; this is &
condition of our society as as
whole. Being a single mother,
is not synonymous with being
a bad parent, when some of the'
best parenting has come from
single moms. grandmothers-'']
and aunts.
There are still those few.
people who try to bring the whole conpl'ex down by.,-.j
exhibiting bad arid disrespectfuF I'
behavior, behaving loudly and
obnoxiously, selling drugs i.;
front of the apartments,";.
disrespecting other residents-,.
and the children who observeQ
their behavior. There are somg
adults who see this behavior I
and say nothing. These.
numbers are few and the vasD
majority of'the persons causing-,..,
the problems do not live or.:
belong in T.H.E. Apartments.
I challenge the owner and
managers of T.H.E.--,
Apartments to do something
about the beha\ ior of these few
bad apples, so that they don't !
continue to tarnish the image
of the ,good people' who liveX
there. .isO
I challenge each minister and "o
each church in our communitylisH
to step out from the walls ofoaiA
the church and fulfill the.i,'
commission that God hasIl
given. Go out -and teach the ..-*,
word to all people. The people' :, i
who need to hear are not in theM
church they're out there on thedog
street corners, hanging out ai,'32
T.HE. Apartments:,hahging,'
out on Old Lawtey Road, .'.[,
hanging out on Pine Street and' S
your streets. They are
everywhere throughout our.
community. They are no0 i
hiding; they are out there inOI
clear view, waiting for ani., ,
encounter. Won't you go outi,-,,
and share a word of care? Act in,
a way that would stir the hearts-
of the people who need oui dT
help, the most. Truly, if the"'iid'
churches -would take a stand,
this would go a long way in';;
bringing about a positive ,.,
change in our community. l4,.rL
we say we care, then we have,,mm
to take some positive action. D noil
During the town meeting,..ri
Elder McKnight and Elainetotni
Slocum offered their services -' .-
and ordered to provide parenting '--L)
classes, mentoring, classes in"'
financial management and"'
others. Mrs. McKnight has
also extended herself to T.H.E.'. '
Apartments. Information or~,a'i
summer programs and grants irto
for thdie youth was also shared.B ,'s
There were many" great(SW"
suggestions that came out of
the town meeting. One
suggestion was a request of the'
owner to allow the use use of one,.;;."
of the vacant apartments to'.,.
house educational activities, tchw
have a clubhouse, where thea,:;..
residents of the apartments. ."
could also meet and work outr''"
problems. '",
It was suggested to have the,'''
next town meeting at T.H.E:.'.,
Apartment complex. It was"u
suggested to have a Come.,,
Together Day for the residents- ;-
with a cookout and fun day for,'j'T'
the children. -n_ l-..
To each citizen living in this' I,.
area,.I challenge you to take""',
responsibility for our.,i,
community. We cannot expect,.(ai
the police to police our,,ii-
children, our families and outoos
community. We must takes", ,
charge of ourselves. We must4' <
take a stance against tolerance ."
df inappropriate behavior idn
our community. ;^
If we allow someone to stanc4 ,j
in front of our yard, on or nearly is


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Weltner students perform recital in Gainesville


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


Family members are urged to
bring pictures, videos, slides,
movies, scrapbooks, etc. to
share as well as a covered dish.
Plates, cups, flatware and
napkins will be provided.
A dinner will also be held at
Western Steer in Starke on
Saturday, July 16, at 6 p.m.
A representative from-each
original branch of the family is
needed for next year's
committee.
Call Winifred Howard, (352)
485-1699, for information.


BU Vo-Tech
Center
classes
Bradford Union Area Vo-
Tech Center recently announced
two new classes.
The Vo-Tech Center is
sponsoring a competitive
men's and women's volleyball
program on Wednesday
evenings. Registration is
available at the Vo-Tech Center
during daytime hours.
The next GED test will be
administered on Aug. 15-18.
Registration for this test is
available at the Vo-Tech Center
from Aug. 1 through 10.


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.
Bradford Lodge No. 35 F&AM, at
the comer 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.
Need volunteers? The
Bradford/Union Volunteer Center
can help organizations find volun-
teers on the Internet. Fill out a brief
form and your volunteer opportuni-
ties will be posted at no charge at
www.volunteergateway.org. Forms
may be picked up at the Bradford
Executive Center at 113 E. Call
Street in Starke.
The Starke Code Enforcement
Board meets on the second Tuesday
of the month at 7 p.m. at Starke City
Hall, 209 N. Thompson St.


BIRTHS


Pappas and Pastor Steve
Melton, all of Keystone
Heights. They also have eight
'grandchildren and one great-
grandchild.


Elzie and Shirley Melton


lan Robert Halfacre


lan Halfacre
Kyle and Cindy Halfacre of
Gainesville announce the birth
of their son, Ian-Robert
Halfacre, on May 31, 2005 at
Alachua General Hospital in
Gainesville.
Ian weighed 7 pounds, 11
ounces and measured 18V
inches in length.
Maternal grandparents are
Robert and Wanda Quinn of
Starke.
PleoiiL;edgrandparents are!'
Robert and Melba Halfacre of
Hawthorne.


WORTH NOTING
Do you have any concerns about
your child's development? Free
information and/or screenings are
available for ages birth to 5 years.
Tc s.chedufe an appointment, call
Child Find at (800) 227-6036 or got
to wwv.. nfiec c.rgafd'- 'click on
Child Find).
I Shands at Starke Auxiliary has
available several volunteer oppor-
tunlies including gift shop, recep-
tion 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.
Hospice is in need of volunteers.
SThere will be a volunteerr training
program soon, and if interested in
this important volunteer opportuni-
ty, callJane Minesinger. (352) 473-
7838 or (800) 568-6551.
Three Wishes Inc. makes available
power (electric) wheelchairs to
senior citizens and the permanently
disabled at no cost to the recipient,
if the. qualify. The power
wheelchairs are provided to those
who cannot walk and cannot self-
propel a manual wheelchair in their
home, and who, meet the additional
guidelines of the program. No
deposit-is required. Call toll free,
(800) 817-1871, to see if you
qualify.
Morning Star Lodge #26 of
Starke urges all members and past
members to attend on the first and
fourth Monday evenings at 7. The
lodge is a, 709 E. Brownlee St. in
Starke. Call 904-964-8474.
Panorama Homeless Coalition
Inc., the ser ice.provider for-
Bradford County grants, meets the
second Thursday of the month at
6:30 p.m. at 625 Brownlee St. in
Starke Call (904) 964-6008 or
(904) 769-9587, after 7 p.m. Shade
Herring is president.
A substance abuse support group
is held every Wednesday at 7 p.m.
at Lawtey Church of Christ, CR-
200-B, for those who suffer-from
alcohol- or drug-related problems, ,
Sworkaholics, compulsive spenders
and unhealthy relationships. The
public is welcome. Call (904) 782-.
3771, or (904) 782-3086 for
infotpnation.
Hospice is in need of volunteers.
There will be a volunteer training
program soon, and if interested in
this important volunteer opportuni-
ty, call Jane Minesinger, (352) 473-
7838, or (800) 568-6551.


Meltons to

celebrate 50th
anniversary
-Shirley and Elzie A.
"Buddy" Melton of Keystone
Heights will celebrate their
50th wedding anniversary with
a family dinner.
The couple was married July
22, 1955 in Jacksonville. She
is the former Shirle. Tturknett
The-Meltons have three
children. Pam NThasey, Brenda


Anderson/
Taylor


reunion is
July 30
The \ 22nd annual
Anderson/Taylor reunion will
be held at the Community
Center in Lake Butler on
Saturday, July 30, from 10
a.m. until 4 p.m.
Descendants and friends are
invited. Bring a covered dish
for the noon meal as well as
photos and family trees; A
brief business meeting will be
held prior to the meal.
The reunion involves the
descendants of John James
Anderson (1842-1864) and
Elizabeth Douglas (1840-1924)
and their children James Martin
Leonard Anderson and Julia
Anderson Taylor.
For more information,
contact-.Leonard; or Shirley--
N Moore at (904) 964 -7506. '-nv


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Starling
reunion
planned
Benjamin and Daisy Starling
descendants, grandchildren and
immediate families will have a
reunion at the Lake Butler
Community Center on
Saturday, July 23, from 9 a.m.
until 5 p.m
This year's reunion has a
Hawkaiian Luau theme. There
\ ill be contests for best
dressed, wildest T-shirt and
hula dancing plus pifiatas for
the children.,
Bring a dish for'the noon to
1 p.m. meal.
Call (904) 966-0262 or (904)
964-8450, for information.

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for July 17
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offenses were from Columbia
County.
Wilcox is in custody under a
$500,000 bond for armed
robbery.
Other counties are waiting to
question Wilcox for offenses
he may have committed in
their jurisdictions.

Starke
robbery
suspect
caught
Starke police officers
apprehended a robbery suspect
just minutes after he fled the
Citgo store on-U.S. 301.
Patrolman Keith Parker and
Sgot ,Dinalnr .nriale wpre en


Bank robbery route from the department to
s spet n investigate a call of a
suspect in suspicious person at the
custody : Whispering Oaks Apartment
custo y complex. Officer Parker
Starke police investigators noticed a white male running
put many hours and many form the Citgo. At the same
miles. into identifying and time -dispatch received a' call
apprehending the robber of the from the store clerk at Citgo to
Starke Mercantile Bank. report they had been robbed.
Today, July 12, the efforts The description of the robbery
paid off with the arrest of Ken suspect matched the fleeing
:S. Wilcox. A warrant issued suspect.
by Judge .David Giant was The suspect tried to evade the
executed by local officers Sgt. officers during a brief foot
William Brown and Sgt. Kevin pursuit that ended by the
Mueller, assisted by Baker railroad tracks. The suspect,
County authorities. They identified .as Michael W.
staked out 'the area where Regar, had to be physically
Wilcox was staying with his restrained by both officers as
girlfriend near Sanderson. He he continued to resist arrest.
was arrested in the late Regar was positively
afternoon, according to 0Chief identified by the 'store
Gordon Smith. personnel. The clerk said Regar
On May 31 Wilcox presented had placed a 25-cent package of
a handwritten note to the teller candy on the counter, stated he
at the bank. He never displayed was desperate and told the clerk
'a weapon but demanded to open the cash drawer. He
money, according to Lt. Barry said to give him the money.
Warren. afterr he was given an He stated that he had a gun but
undisclosed amount of money would not hurt her if she did as
in $50 and $100 bills,;he fled he said. He fled the store after
the bank with police several he received the money.
minutes behind him. A search Regar, 29, of Starke was
of the area failed to produce a charged with strong arm
suspect. .robbery and resisting arrest by
The description given of Officer Parker and Sgt.
Wilcox was very accurate Spriggle. The money was
compared to his Department of recovered.
Corrections information: black Bond was set at $50,000.
male, 6'03", 240 Ibs. At the
time of the robbery he was
wearing a long-sleeve shirt, Lake Butler
perhaps since his arms have a f
multitude of tattoos. man Taces
Wilcox was releas released from s .d-
Iprison Nov s .r srlltIL.'t,Je ..., "
address was a. pst dfflte tri'i '. .lA ---
:in Olustee a- -eft barges
Wilcox, 31," 'served prison A 33-year-old Lake Butler
time for cocaine possession, man was arrested July 9 for
sale or purchase of cocaine, : snatching a purse from inside'
grand theft and carrying Spires IGA 'after stealing
concealed weapon. Most of the money from a vehicle.


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Responding to a request to
unlock a Caprice at Pops Juke,
the deputy found no one
present at the vehicle, but
found the vehicle registered to
Christopher Dewayne
Alexander matched the
description of a suspect vehicle
in a burglary of a conveyance
moments earlier, Deputy
Donnie Jones said.
As the deputy approached the
S.R. 238 intersection, an
employee of Spires waved him
down to report a purse
snatching, Deputy Jones said.
A man matching the
description of the suspect was
,seen running on Southwest
Third Street. He was ordered to,
stop and get on the ground.
Alexander was identified,
apologized.for taking the purse
and pointed to the location of
the purse. Some of the money
was still in the purse, Deputy
Jones said.
Alexander apparently stole
$20 from a vehicle that was
temporarily parked on
Southwest Ninth Street.. The..,
owner found Alexander sitting:
in the car when she returned.
When asked what :he was
doing, he stated he -was in the
wrong car, Deputy Jones said.
Alexander took the money to
the area of Pop's Juke, and
bought crack cocaine from an
unknown male. After locking
the keys in his vehicle he went
to, Spires to phone the sheriff-s
office for help in getting into
his vehicle. While in the store
he grabbed the purse from
under the register and ran from
the store, Deput' Jones said-.
Alexander w as charged '-with
robbery bN sudden snatching,
theft, burglary of a conveyance
and petit theft. Deputy Jopes
said.

Juveniles,
arrested for
beating
victim
Two Raiford ju eniles were
arrested July 7 for aggravated
battery.


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A 13-year-old and a 17-year-
old were charged with kicking
and hitting the victim. The 17-
year-old is charged with
throwing a metal box at the
victim, striking him in the
face, .according to Deputy
Robert Manning. Witnesses
stated the victim never
attempted to strike either of the.
two juveniles.
The victim was treated by
emergency medical personnel
at the scene but not
transported.
The two juveniles were taken
to jail, Deputy Manning said.


Recent"
arrests
in Bradford,
Clay or Union
The following individuals
were arrested recently by local
law enforcement officers in
Bradford, Clay (Kes stone
Heights area) or Union
County: .
Cheryl Willingham, 37, and
Ted Edgar Manning Jr., both
of Starke, were arrested July 5
by Starke Officer Michelle
Tarrant for. domestic battery.
They were released from
custody July 6 after $1,000
surety bonds, were posted.
Manning, 40, was arrested July
7 by parole officers for
violation of probation grand
theft with no bond.
Shatoya Gasque, 22, of
Law tey was arrested July 8 by
Bradford DeputN Joseph Jones.
for domestic battery. Gasque is
charged %ith striking the
victim in the back with her fist
during a fight, Deputy Jones
said. She was released from
custody after, a $1,000 surety
bond was posted.
. Sylvester Warren, 28, of
Lake Butler was arrested July 6
by Union Deputy Mac Johns
for burglary to conveyance
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vehicle at the gas pumps
asking for spare change. A cup
of .change was sitting in the
console and Warren told the
passenger to give him the cup.
He then fled on foot, Deputy
Johns said. Sheriff Jerry
Whitehead was first on the
scene. He located Warren in a
vacant lot near the Kangaroo
Store. Warren had several
dollars in change but denied
taking it from the victim,
Sheriff Whitehead said. Warren
was placed in custody.
. Cynthia Marie Noegel, 51,
of Lake Butler was arrested
July 11 by Union Deputy
Robert Manning for resisting
an officer, battery and
disorderly intoxication..
Deputies, responding to a
disturbance, interviewed
witnesses who stated Noegel
was outside her apartment
Nellming at the victim. Noegel
is charged with -pushing and
kicking the victim after
throwing chairs from the
porch, Deputy Manning said.
She, smelled :.tronhvN of an
alcoholic. beverage and
attempted to pull away when
the deputy tried to handcuff
her. She' was physically,
restrained and placed in the
patrol car, Deputy Manning.
said.
Betty Mae Lott, 27, of
Starke was arrested July 10 by
Officer Tarrant for aggravated


battery with a deadly weapon,
aggravated assault, disorderly
intoxication and resisting arrest
with violence. Lott is charged
with cutting the victim on the.
hand with a razor during a
disagreement. She also
threatened those around her
with a metal stake, Officer
Tarrant said. Assisting in the
arrest was Officer William
Murray.
Linda Gail Beadnell, 42, of
Lake Butler iwas arrested .July
10. by Union Deputy Donnie
Jones for disorderly conduct.
Deputies responding to a
\erbal confrontation on
Southwest 52nd Terrace, were
told Beadnell had been
smoking crack cocaine,
drinking liquor and creating a
disturbance at the residence.
She refused to be quiet and
threatened violence, Beadnell
was placed, under arrest and
taken to the county jail,
Deputy Jones said.
Arthur D. James, 46, of
Melrose was arrested July 5 by
Clay Deputy John Barber for
loitering; prowling and
resisting without violence .
Deputies, responding to a
complaint of a prowler in the
area of C.R. 2 i4, attempted to
question James but he lied. He
was later located at. his
residence and identified but
refused to answer questions,
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Recent
arrests
in Bradford,
Clay or Union
The following individuals
were arrested recently by local
law enforcement officers in
Bradford, Clay (Keystone
Heights area) or Union
County:
Cory Joseph Chappell, 24,
of Starke was arrested July 8
by Starke Officer Mark Lowery
for providing alcoholic
beverage to a person under 21.1
Chappell is charged with
giving the beverage to an
underage male, Officer Lowery
said. He was released from,
custody after a $2,500 surety
bond was posted.
Tina Diane Nugent, 39, Was
-arrested July 9 by Clay Deputy
D. Eshelman for burglary.
Nugent is charged with
removing the window screens
from a home on Bowdoin
Avenue in' Keystone Heights.
She entered by crawling
through, the window in the
unoccupied residence because
she needed a place to stay she
told Deputy Eshelman.
Stacy .q Mellette, 31, of
Interlachen, was arrested July
11 by Starke. officer Paul King
with possession of cannabis
and possession of drug
paraphernalia. During a traffic
stop the officer noticed a
strong odor, of marijuana
coming from the vehicle. A
plastic bag with residue and.a
package of. cigarette papers
were found in the vehicle,
Officer King said.
James Toson Paek, 72, of
Starke was arrested July 8 by
Starke Sgt. Donald Spriggle
for public, intoxication. The*
officer's attempt to locate
family members when Paek
came to the police department
in an intoxicated state were
unsuccessful. He was released,
after a $1,000 cash bond was
posted.
James L. Sanders, 21, of
+_-1- .-- +A YJ "--T_. 10 k--


July 3 by Deputy Jones on a
warrant for failure to appear.
Bond was set at $500.
Charles Richard Webber, 27,
of Lake Butler was arrested
July 6 by Deputy Manning for
possession of marijuana.
Responding to a report of a
pickup truck driving recklessly
through the area of Northwest
Third Street, the deputy found
the truck parked but still
running. Webber was in the
vehicle but had no
identification. Dispatch found
he was wanted on a warrant
from Columbia County for
violation of probation.
Lashanda Felicia Myers, 34,
of Gainesville was arrested
July 9 by Deputy Jones on a
warrant for fraud.
Michael Deangelo Brown,
18, of Jacksonville was
arrested July 11 by Lt.
Tomlinson on a warrant for
petit theft. Bond was set at
$10,000.
Kurtiza Brown, 19, of Starke
was arrested July 6 by Bradford
Sgt. E.J. Kiser for failure to
appear grand theft. Bond was
set at $20,000.
Tina Wells, 35, of Starke
was arrested July 6 by Bradford
Sgt. Hershel Johnson for
violation of probation battery
on law enforcement officer.
David Ennis, 51,. of
Keystone Heights was arrested
July 10 by Clay deputies on a
warrant for violation of
probation worthless check.
Christopher O'Brien Risby,
17, of Starke, was arrested July
7 by Bradford Sgt, George
Konkel for failure to appear
burglary of dwelling, burglary
of conveyance and two counts
sale of cannabis with no bond.
Don G.. Crews,'I 53, of
Hampton was arrested July 7
by Starke Officer Thomas
Murrow for failure to appear
worthless check. A $5,000
surety bond was posted for his
release from custody.


StarKe was arrested d uiy iu oy Kenyatte Robinson, 25, of
Bradford Deputy Sheri M. Raiford was arrested July 7 by
fMann for possession of par,,le .r.ier- f-.r c lan
cannabis. Sanders \ ehiclev'as condiin, ,-,I retejse.
-"' '. wa s e t Darrel Justin Cre 's. 19. of
$1,000. Starke was arrested Jul\ 7 by
Bradford Deputy James Cedar
: Angel Coakley, 20, of for violation of probation
Keystone Heights was arrested possession of alcohol by
July 5 by Bradford' Deput minor with no bond.
David Thompson for' grand
theft and trafficking in stolen__
property. She was released by I f
Judge David Giant on her own ,
- recognizance. _____


Kelly Scott Williams, 24, of
Gainesville was arrested July
10 in Keystone Heights by
Clay Deput Robert E. Dews
on warrants for burglary, grand
theft, pawn fraud. Bond was set
at $100,000.
Wayne Randall Stallworth,
42, of Lake Butler was arrested
'July 11 by Union Deputy
James Lee on, an outstanding
warrant -from Columbia
County for four counts of
battery.
.- Kenya Jones, 24, of Lake
Butler was arrested July 5 by
parole officers for violation of
probation sale of cocaine from
Union County.
Derrick Alston, 24, of -
" Gainesville was arrested July 5
by Officer King for violation
of injunction from Alachua
Count). A $5,000 suretN bond
S was posted for his release from
K': .custody.

Sara Elizabeth Hall, 22, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
July 6 by Clay Deputy T.W.
Roper on a warrant for failure
to appear petit theft. Bond was
set at $4,000.

Justin Michael Williams, 19,
of Lawtey was arrested July 11
by Union Sgt. Raymond
Shuford for criminal mischief.
Williams is charged with
driving his truck onto the
victim's : property where he
rammed the victim's pickup
truck. He also drove over a
Mailbox and a flower pot
before leaving the -property,
Sgt. Shuford said. Williams
was apprehended at Lake Butler
Hospital after he totalled his
vehicle near the victim's
residence, Sgt. Shuford said.
Tawana Marie Jones, 20, of
Gainesville was arrested July 6
by Union Lt. H.M. Tomlinson'
on a warrant for failure to
appear with no bond.
Jerpme Hadley Addison, 37,
of Lake Butler was arrested


Tremaine Byrd, 20, of Starke
was arrested July 8 by-Sgt,
Johnson for violation of
probation robbery with no
bond.
Amy Sellers, 26, of
Florahome was arrested July 9
by Bradford Deputy Stephen
Bivins on warrants from
Putnam County for failure to
appear with bond set at $504
and a writ of bodily attachment
with bond set at $500.
Beth Tims, 27, of Lake
Butler was arrested July 8 by
Clay deputies on a warrant for
worthless check.
Misty Dawn Emmanuel, 29,
of Lawtey was arrested July 8
by Bradford Sgt. Ron Davis for
violation of probation. She
was sentenced to serve 40 days
in the county jail.
Nathaniel Woods, 59, of
Hampton was arrested July 9
by Deputy Bivins on a warrant
for violation of, probation. He
was ordered to serve 30 days in
the county jail.
Starlet Gxuen Douglas. 45..of
Gainesville twas arrested July 8
by Bradford Deputy Kaye L.
Sargent for \ violation of
probation community control.
She was sentenced to serve 30
days in the county jail.


David Watson. 22, of Starke'
was arrested July 8 in
Hillsborough County on
Bradford charges of nine counts
worthless checks, obtaining
services b\ means of worthless
checks and scheme to defraud.
Total bond was set at $32,000.

Traffic

Cara Ann Riley. 27, of
Starke was arrested July 8 by
Sgt. Konkel for driving under
the influence iDUI). Riley's
blood-alcohol le\el was .11
percent when her Chevrolet
was stopped on SR-16 at 2:30
a.m. A $1,000 surety bond
was posted July 9 for her
release from custody.
William Ra\ Price, 32, of
Hampton was arrested July 7
b\ Bradford Deput) Casey
Moore ISr.'DUl.4Price.ble4-t,
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when his .vehicle was stopped
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Timothy Bruce Newman, 46,
of Hampton was arrested July
6 by Deputy Moore for DUI
refusal, DWLS, possession of
moonshine and contempt of
court failure to pay child
support. During a traffic stop
Newman was found with less
than one gallon of moonshine
whiskey in his possession,
Deputy Moore said. Bond was
set at $4,000. He may purge
by paying $47-5.25 on the
child support charge.
Charlie Lee Jones, 18, of
Starke was arrested July 10 by
Officer King for driving while
license. suspended or revoked
(DWLS). His vehicle was
Stopped at Andrews Circle and
Walnut Street at 3 a.m. He
was released from custody after
a $500 surety bond was posted.
Jeff Ruise, 41, of Starke was
arrested for DWLS July 10 just
after midnight when his
vehicle was stopped on St.
Clair Street by Officer Lowery.
During an inventory of the
vehicle a crack pipe and a
.:bortle containing cocaine were
found. Ruise was additionally
charged %with possession of
crack cocaine and possession of
drug paraphernalia. Patti Sue
Williams. a passenger in the
vehicle, was charged
possession of drug
paraphernalia %hen a crack
pipe was found in her purse,
Officer Lowen said. Williams,


29, remains in custody under a
$1,000 bond. Ruise remains in
custody under a $20,000 bond.
McCallister Walker, 49, of
Keystone Heights was arrested'.
July 11 by Clay deputies for
DWLS.
Brandon Walter, 21, of,
Keystone Heights was arrested
July 7 by Clay deputies for
DWLS. Walter was arrested
July 11 on a warrant. for
DWLS.
Larry Fishburn, 25, of Starke
was arrested July 6 by Starke
Officer J.W. Hooper for.
DWLS. He %was released after a.
$500 surety bond was posted.


Prison
inmates
arrested in
Bradford
Parole and probation officers
recently arrested convicted
sexual offenders upon their
release from prison. ....
The offenders failed to
provide a residential address at
the time of their release.
"S,exual offenders will not be
allowed to walk the streets,"
according to prison
spokesperson Debbie
Buchanan.


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"If they do not have a
residence they will be secured
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be placed in the circuit nearest
their supervision in the near
future," Buchanan said.
Kenyatte Robinson, 25, was
charged violation of
conditional release. for
Okaloosa County, all charges
were lewd and lascivious
molestation and conduct. He is
a sexual predator who failed to
provide a residential address
upon his release from Florida
State Prison on July 7.
Timothy Thomas, 40, was
charged violation of probation
for sexual battery on person
less than 12 and lewd,
lascivious molestation on child
under 12.. Upon his release
from New River West he failed
to .provide a viable residence.
Thomas is a violent offender
and sex offender.

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available power (electric)
wheelchairs to senior citizens
.and the permanently disabled at
no cosi to the recipient, if the\
qualify. The power wheelchairs
are provided to those who cannot
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Jaycees

accepting

artwork for

I Labor Fest
,I The Keystone Heights
Junior Chamber of
Commerce-also 'known as the
Jaycees-is accepting
submissions from local artists
for use at its upcoming Labor
Fest, being held over the Labor
Day weekend. The festival


theme is a "Salute .to the
. Unsung Hero." The linemen of
Clay Electric have been
selected as the grand marshals
of the parade.
The artist whose work is
selected for all of the
promotional materials for this
event will be given a free
booth at the two-day arts and
crafts show.
Original artwork must be
submitted on an 11-by-17-inch
stock. It may be mailed to
P.O. Box 122, Keystone
Heights, FL 32656. The entry


deadline is Monday, Aug. 1.
For more information, contact
Karen Lake, publicity chair, at
(352) 235-1748.


CERT

refresher

planned
New volunteers
welcome
On Saturday, Aug. 6, from 8
a.m. to noon, the Bradford


County Emergency
Management Office will be
conducting a refresher course
for all previously trained
Community Emergency
Response Team volunteers in
the public safety complex
behind the courthouse.
There are nor fees for the
refresher course.
Anyone interested in
becoming a CERT volunteer
and would like more
information is invited to
attend. The assistance and
expertise of ham radio


operators, in particular, is of
great value in any emergency.
Please contact Bradford
Emergency Management
Director Brian Johns at (904)
966-6336 with any questions.

The department will also be
conducting a storm spotter
training course for anyone
interested on Thursday, Aug. 4
front 6-9 p.m.. The course will
include a lesson in weather
terminology and how to report
severe weather. Call (904)
966-6336 to register.


Lawtey will

meet Aug. 1'-
The Lawtey City Council
meets the first Monday of each
month at 7 p.m., but the next
.meeting will be held Tuesday,
July 5, due to the holiday. The
meetings are held at Lawtey
City Hall.
Meetings are open to the
public and an agenda is
available in advance. For more
information, call (904) 782-
3454.


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1988 DODGE, original
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41 Vehicles Paris & Access. 58 Building Materials
42 Mlt.r Vehicles 59 Permonal Services
43 RV's & Campers 60 Secretarial Services
44 Bouteals. 61 Scriptures
45 Land far Sale 62 Vacatlion/Travel
46 Real Estaite Out of Area 63 Love Lines
47 Commercial Property 64 Business Opportunity
Rent. Lease. Saile 65 Help Wanled
48 Homes'for Sale 66 Investmeni Oppo.rtunity
49 Mobile Homes for Sale 67 Hunting Land ifor Rent
50 For Rent 6. 8 Carpet Cleaning
51 Losl/Found 6, 9 Fmod Supplements
52 Animals & Pets, 70 SelfrStorage
53 Yard Sales 72 Sporting Gcnids
54 Keystone Yard Sales 73 Farm Equipment
55 Wanted 74 Computers & Computer
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Classified Ads where one call does it all!496-2261


$3,995 per acre. Lincoln
City Rd. ( SE 44th Ave.)
Look for sign on right.
Tax # 04691-0-00000.
C.Coolidge Davis Realty
352-376-2541,
BEAUTIFUL FARMt 13.5
Acres! Pecan Trees!
Rolling Pasture! 3BR
Brick home! Desirable
Brooker/ New River area.
$229,000. Cal 352-485-
1818.
5 ACRES IN Lawtey, great
location, paved road.
Can be subdivided, ask-
ing $49,900. Call 904-
566-9068.
MELROSE LANDING Air-
park Community, 1.37
acres paved lake front
$47,000. Call 352-475-
1189, 352-475-3189 or
352-231-0556.
47 Commercial
Property Rent,
Lease, Sale
FOR LEASE OR sale. Ideal
location 2 parcels! 2800
SOFT building with of-
fice, barn, mini storage,
5 acres, off of South 301.
Also 8 acres partially
cleared. Both rots 3/10 Oth
of a mile from new
Waimart Call 904-964-
3827 for more informa-
tionm
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS,
SR21S, OFC/WHSE all
AC, 2500 sq. ft. Call 352-
473-5174 or 352-475-
1713.-.
OFFICE/WAREHOUSE,
3000 sq ft in industrial
park $750 man Call
Smith & Smnilh Realty at
904-964-9222.
COMMERCIAL/ RETAIL
space by Starke Post
Office for rent or lease.
For more information
please call 904-964-
6305 and ask lor John.
48 Homes for
Sale
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
home for sale, see:
Sorsatebyowner.com" or
call 352-473-9292 for
details.
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. $165,000. Call 386-
431-1714.
LAKE HUTCHINSON ac-
cess, 3BR/2BA new
home, 1694 sq ft, tile,
custom maple cabinets;
Poslmasteis Village off
of 214. $180,000. Call
352-473-8465 or 352-
235-2164.
STARKE GOLF & COUN-
TRYo CLUB. Another
great property offered by
EDGE REALTY. 3000
Sq. Ft, 3 bedroom, 2
baih, wrin bonus room

4486 Edge Realty (904)
482-5000
$1000 TO CLOSE. $676
per month. Slarke, 3/2
comer lot, like new Call
loll free 1-866-869-5766
exl 108 for details or
www.cil-realeslale
solulions.com

49 Mobile
Homes for Sale
M/H 3BR/2BA, 2002,
16x80, 1.5 acres, coun-
try, isolated, Keystone
Heights, Forrest Hills. As
Is $39,500 will fix for
$465;, Owner financing
$450 a month. Call 352-
468-1078 or 352-745-
1841.
DO YOU WANT YOUR
OWN floorplan, but deal-
oers-wont listen? Come
see our Town Homes
built out of Lake City.
Made with 2x6 outer
walls, 8ft sidewalls, OSB
wrap, all 2x4 interior
walls etc. Call Mike at
352-373-5428.
LOOKING FOR A great
deal, get this brand new
3 +2 doublewide for only
$36,995. includes A/C,


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skirting, steps, delivery
and set, Call Mike at 352-
373-5428.
WANTED A DEAL, buy a
brand new 2006, 32x74,
4 + 2 for only $52,200.
setup included, call Mike
at 352-373-6024.
32x56, 4+2, brand new
Fleetwood for $47, 995
includes setup, A/C, skirt-
ing and steps. Call Mike
at 352-376-1008. -
GET A BRAND NEW
32x80, plush double
wide with low monthly
payments, 10% down at
4.25 rate with no property
as collateral, $375 per
month, WAC. Call Mike
at 352-375-5428.
FOR SALE BYowner, 3BR/
2BA DWon 1 & 1/3 acre,
extra nice, fireplace,
Worthington Springs.
$59,900. Call 904-591-
2916 cell or 904-653-
1656 ask for Terry.
50 For Rent
RENT-TO-OWN Brand
new construction, site
built home, 3BR/2BA,
large wooded 2/3 acre
lot, Keystone Heights
area. $1995 down. Call
352-258-0865.
3BR/2BA HOUSE, 455 SE
44th St., Keystone
Heights, in Country Club
Estates. Fenced back
yard, stove & fridge, dish-
washer, porch, 2 carports
& storage. $995 month
rent and $800 deposit.
Call 352-475-5533 or
352-745-0690.
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 morel
See Manager at the
Magnolia Hotel, across
from the Starke Post Of-
fice. 904-964-4303.
WE HAVE 2 OR 3 bedroom
MH, clean, close to
prison. Call 352-468-
1323.
SOUTHERN VILLAS OF
Starke Apts. Looking for
applicants. 1& 2 BR HC
& non HC apartments.
Central ac/heat, on site
laundry, playground, pri-
vate and quiet atmo-
sphere. Located on
SR16, 1001 Southern
Villas Drive, Starke, Fl or
call 904-964-7295, TDD/
TTY711. Equal Housing
Opportunity.
FOR RENT- 2 & 3BR
homes, newly renovated.
Deposit required. Call
386-496-3067 678-438
6828 or 678-438-2865.
"for Mnore-lhformationE
NEWLY REMODELED iip-
stairs apartment in down-
town Slarke 2 bedroom.
CH/A $450 month. 1st
last. and security ae-
posit Call Joan at 904-
964-4303
DUPLEX RENTAL. 2BR/
IBA. CH/A, nice & clean
in iown. $450 monin., se-
curity deposit required.
Call 386-496-2630,8am
to 4pm.


LOT IN HIGHRIDGE Es-
tates, Bucknell Ave.,
Keystone Heights. Well
and septic tanks
$20,000. Call 904-966-
0765.
1984 12X64 MOBILE
HOME on Bowdin in
Highridge Estates, Key-
stone Heights. Needs
work, set up not com-
plete. $19,500. Call 904-
966-0765.
3BR/1.5BA HOUSE for
rent in Starke, brick,
close to schools, washer
& dryer hookup, carport,
$575 month, 1st, last and
$300 deposit required.
Call Tammy at 904-964-
1536.
ON LAKE GENEVA, Newly
decorated, unfurnished
studio apartment. Dock
and laundry facilities
available, $375 per
month $375 deposit. Call
352-473-2919.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS,
DWMH 3BR/2BA,
kitchen appliances with
dishwasher, washer &
dryer hookups, excellent
condition on 1/3 acre
with front and back wood
decks. No inside pets.
$575 rent plus security
deposit of $500, WAC.
Call 904-571-4264 or
904-278-2208.
3BR/1BA HOUSE FOR
RENT, CH/A, washer &
dryer hookups. Located
in Starke in quiet safe
neighborhood close to
schools. NO pets. $700
a month, olus $600 se-


curi deposit. Call 386- 1706 SE 150th St (old
698-4635 or cell at 386- Wilson Rd). Thursday,
983-0886. Friday & Saturday from
3BR/2BA DW, CH/A, 8am to 3pm.
ESTATE SALE, FRI & SAT,
washer/dryer, extra 9am to 4pm, 2109
clean, $525 month plus Raiford Rd, furniture,
deposit No pets. Call misc kitchen items, and
352-468-3221. women's clothes size
LARGE DWMH, 3/2; all 2X.ens clothes size
electric, CH/A. No pets. ESTATE SALE: 1261
$550 month plus $550 'South Colley Rd from
deposit. Call 904-964- pm to 7pm, Wednes-
FO6445.NT SWMH 2BR/ day, July 20. Cash only
FOR RENT SWMH 2BR/ HUGEYARD SALE,333N
1 BA, nearKeystone, W/ Walnut St, Saturday,
D hookups, Bradford Co July 16, 8am to noon.
$350 month plus de- Womens, mens, baby
posit. Call 352-473- girl (0-12 months) cloth-
7208. ing, maternity, baby
3BR/2BA NICE AREA on gear, bicycle, DVD's,
large lot near hospital, truck toolbox, home de-
new carpet, 1403E Call cor, and furniture.
St, $750 month 1 year YARD SALE, Thursday,
lease. Call 904-545- Friday & Saturday, 7891
6096. BSE CR 225. Rain or
3BR/2BA QUIET neighbor- shine. Look for signs.
hood near, middle SATURDAY ONLYI White
school, new carpet, im- house next to Post Office
maculate condition, in Lawtey. Piano, couch,
1011a W Pratt St. $700 chair clothes. Cancel if
month, 1 yearlease.Call rain,
904-545-6096. YARD SALE, FRIDAY &
51 Lost / Saturday, July 15 & 16,
Found 8am to 4pm. Furniture,
oS- n'd 3 months oldd clothing, toys, and much
LOST DOG, 3 months old more. 12876 SE 21st
'long haired chiuu Ave Leroy Jacksons
male, under doctors house.
care Please return, he A .DSALE SATURDAy
is more than a pet Call Jury 16 801 S Waler SI
. N ,-^. t, .. ,,^,,, Or g 1 eiood*' "A art"'
-FOUND HOUNDI0'D O merts. #804,& 503 tram
Call 352-468 2108 9am until. ots of items.
52 Animals & SUMMER CLEAN OUT,
Pets Multi family yard sale.
FREE LOVABLE KIT- Clothes of all sizes,
TRENSL rOABLrkInT shoes, what nots, plants,
nealThy. friendly. miller and much more. Griffis
trained Black an whie Loop 1/2 mile from
and black mother-
birman (Siamese rype). I ii '
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PAINT FOR SALE! 5 yrold
mare, brown & white,
needs experienced rider,
has some barrel experi-
ence, 14-2 HH, lounges
and rides. $500, Call
352-473-2777.
FOR SALE: Pekingese
puppies, 9 months old to
male (whites) two fe-
males (light brown with
black). Four new pup-
pies will be ready Aug, 5.
Also two white, one
black and one brown.
$300 each. Father AKC
mother CKC both on
premises, Call 904-796-
7241 for more informa-
tion.
FOR SALE: SEXLINKS &
Rhode Island Red Hens.
Call 904-782-3625.
53 Yard Sales
CONSIGNMENT OR
buyout. Size 0 to 10,
children items ac-
cepted. Call "Childrens
Cottage" next to post of-
fice at 904-964-5746.
HUGE SELECTION OF
collectable items, includ-
ing albums, cassettes,
SCD's, lots of brass items,
assorted furniture & ap-
pliances, chest freezer,
microwave, small refrig-
erator. Carpet, windows,
doors, tools, cement
mixer, chain saw, lots of
clothing and toys. Most
SItems inside air condi-
tioned area. Come rain
or shine. Follow sighs on
HWY 230 & 230A to


handy way store. Look
for signs. Fri and Sat 8-
2.
YARD SALE, 17569 N.W.
ST Rd 16. Right side, 1/
4 mile beyond city limits.
Driveway between blue
FHP sign and 50 mi limit
sign. Clothes, curios,
tools. Fri 2-5, Sat 10-5.
54 Keystone
Yard Sales
YARD SALE, JULY 16,
8am til ? Home furnish-
ings, furniture, misc
items. 4883 Shady
Creek Drive, Keystone
Heights. All must go.
MOVING SALE, Furniture,
cars, toys, books, more.
Fri & sat, 9am to 1pm,
SR 21, next to Melrose
Cafe. Run dates 7/22
and 7/23.
FRIDAY & SATURDAY,
8am- til 2pm. 746 SE
52nd St., Keystone.
Some furniture, lots of
household items and
clothes.
AT LEAST 4 FAMILIES,
Big yard sale, Fri & Sat,
8am to ? 6888
Immokalee Rd, Keyw-
stone. Children clothes,
toys, furniture, crib, mat-
tress, (like new) women
clothes.
HUGE GARAGE SALE,
Friday only 8 am -12pm.
6446 Brooklyn Bay Rd.
Clothes, household
items, kids items.
MISC KITCHEN, bath,
cabinets, doors, apart-
mdnt ranges, HW heat-
ers, etc. Call 352-473-
4931.
55 Wanted
NEED FEMALE roommate,
A room with bath. (904)
964-2024.
ROOMMATE WANTED to
share large three bed-
room house with two
others $300' monln. no
utilities. (352) 475-2172
speak to Carolyn
57 For Sale
KENMORE WASHER and
dryer, new type $100
and up each; electric
slove written guaranlee.
tree local ael,'ery For
appointments, call 904-
964-8801.
BED-QUEEN orthopedic
PillOtlop mattress ana
box. Name brand, new in
plastic, with warranty.
Can deliver, Sacrifice
$140. call 352-372-
8588. ;
BED-KING SIZE Pillowlop
manress and Doxspring
with manufactures war-
ranty. Brand new still in
plastic Can deliver Sell
'or $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.
sacnfice for $1400. 352-
377-9846.
DINING ROOM SUITE-
beautilul cherry table. 6
cnippendale cnans and
lighted hutch and Duffet
Brand new still boxed.


Jeremy Crawford,
Adam Chalker &
Keith Marshall


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.
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.,
SALON FOR SALE. Tan-
ning and hair. 4 tanning
beds, fully operational.
(352) 475-9713.
FIBERGLASS BED LINER
by ARE fits 1997 to 2004
Ford F150 sport-side,
short wheel base. $300.
Call 904-964-8702 after
6pm.
FOR SALE! Washer, air
conditioner, riding
mower, weed eater,
computer with XP and
everything else. MO-
BILE home good condi-
tion, and PUPPIES for
sale. Please call
Charlene or Hiram at
904-964-6443.
FOR SALE: Refrigerator,
gas stove, gas water
heater, electric,water
heater,. bath tub,
comode. Call 904-964-
8810 or 904-964-4488.
BOB JONES UNIVER-
SITY press teacher's
manuals for sale. Bible
Truths levels, c, e, f. En-
glish levels 9-12, Geog-
raphy. Some test banks.
'$10 each or all for $70.
Call Mary at 904-782-
9815.
GREEN VALENCIA Pea-
nuts for sale. $22 per
bushel. Call 386-752,
3434.
5 PIECE DINETTE set,
wodoen table, like new.,
$1200 OBO. Also Loury
Organ, needs repair $50
OBO. Call 352-473-
9033.
MASSEY FERGUSON 7ft
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Nubian goat, registered
$85. Call 904-964-8890.
6.5 HP PUSH MOWER
22" self propelled $100.
3 piece childs bedroo set
$350. Computer moni-
tors $30. Love seat $50.
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CRAFTSMAN RIDING
lawn mower, lawn cart,
and weed eater, house-
hold furniture, church
pew. Call for details. Call
352-485-1058.
58 Child /Adult
Home Care
NANNY WITH REFER-
ENCES seeking to care
for children in your
home. Mon Fri, in the
Starke, Keystone or
Melrose area. 352-473-
0038.
LIVE IN HOME HEALTH
AIDE, mature lady with
excellent references will
assist Senior with per-
sonal care, housekeep-
ing, meals and compan-'
lonship. Call 904-826-
3771 or free
dovespirit@juno.com
59 Personal
Services
APPLIANCE SERVICE,
washers & dryers, refrig-
erators, stoves, inexpen-
sive, guaranteed work.
Call 904-631-2274 or
904-771-0877.
BRADFORD HOME repair
and painting. Painting
and home repair special-
ist, license #477. Free
estimates. Call 904-966-
2024.
CLARK FOUNDATION
REPAIRS, INC. Cor-
rection of termite & wa-
ter-damaged wood &
sills. Leveling & raising
Houses/Bldgs. Pier Re-
placement & alignment.
Free Estimates: Danny
(Buddy) Clark, (904)-
284-2333 or 1-800-288-
0633.
CHAIN LINK FENCE -.
Free estimates. Handy-
man Fence Co., owner
Tommy Reddish, 904.
964-8559.
PRESSURE WASHING,
CLC home exterior
cleaning. Roofs, siding,
decks, driveways, side-
walks. Free estimates,
call Curtis, 904-964-
4940.
FLORIDA CREDIT UNION
has money to lend for
M.H. & land packages.
1-800-284-1144.
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Landscape, customized


lawn care, sod, trim-
ming, landscape design.
Reasonable rates, free
estimates. Commercial
& residential. Licensed
and insured. Call 386-
496-2820, if no answer
please leave message.
J &, P HOME SERVICES,
home repairs, home
cleaning, painting &
more for reasonable
rates call Johnny or Pam
at 352-473-2344.
RECEIVE CASH for
owner finance mortgage
notes, court settlements
& amuities. Call or write
for more information.
(352) 283-6118, Po Box
263 Raiford, Fl 32083.
JOES FENCING- Resi-
dential, commercial, in-
dustrial. 25 years
explerence. Discount
prices. (352) 225-2374.
POSITION WANTED, pri-
vate care giver looking to
take care of elderly in
Keystone Heights and
surrounding areas. I will
come to your home,
have experience and
excellent references.
Call Denise at 352-478-
1055 (work) or 352-473-
8183 (home).
MILLERS TREE SER-
VICE, free estimates, li-
censed and insured, 20
years experience. Call
904-796-9011.
SKIPPY CRAWFORD
Construction, remodel-
ing, porches and decks.
Free estimates. Call
904-219-1537.
62 Vaction /
Travel
HORSESHOE BEACH
Rentals on canal.
House and dock accom-
modates up to 3 boats,
sleeps 8. Full kitchen,
private. $125/day. Ad-
ditional apt rental with
55' dock; fish cleaning
station, sleeps 6, half-
kitchen. $95/day. Addi-
tional rentals. Call Tina
at 352-498-5768.
64 Business
Opportunity
TIRED OF MAKING
money for someone
else? Call me if you
would like to work from
home, setting your own
hours and maximizing
your income. Call me at
904-626-3357orvisit me
on the web at
rpetry.
65 Help
Wanted
RETAIL HELP NEEDED,
entry level positions
available. Call 352-258-
8324.
HELP WANTED, sports
. active & retired gentle-
men, seeking private
secretary, experience


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with SQL, Exchange 2003, Veritas BE, CommVault, McAfee Enterprise
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travel, room & board
plus provided. Ideal for
a student. Call 904-772-
9813, Jacksonville, Fl.
CNA-40 HOUR Week, rate
negotiable. Apply
Penney Retirement
Community, 800-638-
3138 extension 114.
D.F.W. and E.O.E.
DRIVERS- ARE YOU get-
ting top 10 pay?Leading
home time? Van, flatbed,
or curtainside? Owner
operators/students wel-
come. Sign on bonus.
Class A required. Roehl,
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be home more carder."
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AVON REP'S NEEDED,
earn 50%. Total Invest-
ment $10. Start today.
Call toll free 1-877-340-
7389 ISR.
HELP WANTED, laborers
for construction work,
clean driving record. Call
352-485-1082.
GET YOOR CLASS B
CDL, for only $250. We
train. Call 800-291-0412.
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.
$1380 WEEKLY guaran-
teedl Stuff envelopes.
FT/PT no experience
necessary. For more In-
formation call 386-462-
9301.
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even $100 or more in as
little as 2-3 minutes per
day taking easy "No-
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LAUNDRY/MAINTE-
NANCE position. Super-
vise, coordinate daily
production and provide
preventive maintenance
in dry cleaning plant.
Must 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
9am to 4pm, Mon Fri
@ 10858 SE SR 221,
Hampton. Call for direc-
tions 352-468-2455.
COUNTER/CUSTOMER
service position. Must be
bondable with good at-
tendance and punctual-
ity records. Applications
available at New Method
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Classified Ads where one call does it all! 473-2
46-26


TIRED OF COMMUTING
to Gainesville or Jack-
sonville? Professional
Environmental Consult-
ant seeks an office as-
sistant. Must have word
processing experience,
organizational skills,
document preparation,
and some knowledge of
excel and accounting
software required.
Pleasant work environ-
ment. Salary based on
experience, ($10 to $13/
hr). Typing test will be
required. Please fax or
send resume to: AASI,
106 Ambient Airway,
Starke, FI 32091.
904-964-6675.
MECHANIC- Large US
Mail contractor, heavy
duty truck mechanic, 2
years experience re-
quired. Top pay and ben-
efits. Call Ernie or Kayla
for details 866-781-
2245.
TWO FULL TIME POSI-
TIONS, cook (AM & PM
shifts), floater (Cook,
salad/bake, dish room
duties), and one part
time kitchen utility/dish-
washer position. Good
working conditions and
excellent benefits. Apply
Penney Retirement
Community. 800-638-
3138 or 904-284-8200.
DFWP & EOE.
UNION COUNTY PUBLIC
Library job opening for
Library page. 12 hours
per week, $6.15 per
hour. Must be able to
work after school hours,
Tuesday evenings and
Saturday. Must reside
in Union, Bradford or
Baker Counties. High
School graduate or high
school student 16 years
or older. Basic computer
knowledge and interper-
sonal skills. Applications
accepted betwwen 9:00
am and 5:00 pm at
Union County Public Li-
brary, 175 W Main St,
Lake Butler, FI Monday
through Friday. Deadline
for applications is July
22, 2005.
PROFESSIONAL DRIV-
ERS, $1000 new hire
bonus for experienced
drivers. Call about dry:
bulk and flatbed posi-
tions at our Newberry
terminal. .866-300-8759.
NEW BRIDAL SHOP
seeks motivated PT &
FT employees for Starke
store. Pay based on ex-
perience. Call 904-626-.
5455.
HELP WANTED, PRE-
SCHOOL. Hope Chris-
tian Academy, Starke. Is
looking for a Christian
Elementary Scnool
Teacher. of southern
baplist lath to work with
third and/or tourtn grade
DOE certified candi-
dales preferred bur at
mnrinium must possess
a degree in education,
and qualified for certifi-
cation. Competitive pay
and benefits. Call school
secretary at 352-473-
4040 for application and
interview.
HELP WANTED- JANITO-
RIAL. Hope Baptist
Church and Chrstian
School has a janitorial
position open. This is a
full time position with.
competitive pay and'
benefits Call school
secretary at (352)473-
4040 lor application and
interview.
ACCOMPLISHED NAN-
NIES See many
availiabie jobs!
vwww.ke.nsinginanry.oom
(904) 264-3626. ,
ATTENDANT 40 week,
11pm to 7am, 1 yr exp.
cargiver. Auriity to work
with the elderly CNA
preferred. Rate nego-
tiable Apply Penney
Retirement Communinty.
800-638-3138 or 904-
284-8590 or 904-284-
8531 D FW.P and:
E.O.E.
DAIRY FARM LABOR-
ERS, hardworking de-
pendable transponaton.


shift work, holidays &
weekends. For more in-
formation call 386-462-
1016.
PIPELAYER, experienced,
apply at Sawcross, Inc.,
job site trailer, Keystone
Heights. WWTF, 730
SW Nightingale Street,
Keystone Heights, FI
32656. Call Joe at 904-
545-0420..
CARPENTER, experi-
enced, apply at
Sawcross, Inc., job site
trailer, Keystone
Heights. WWTF, 730
SW Nightingale Street,
Keystone Heights, Fl
32656. Call Joe at 904-
545-0420
ARMED SECURITY of-
ficer/ D-G, Gainesville Fl,
Part time only, $10/hr.
Call 904-399-1813,
training provided. EOE/
M/F/D/N.
DRIVERS AND OWNER
operators, SE runs only
Top earnings! Great ben-
efits! CDL-A, 1 year OTR
exp. www.seminole
transport.com
Recuriting: 800-274-
4110.
FULL TIME PARTS posi-
tion available, 40 hour
week, must be able to lift
heavy weight, computer
skills helpful, customer
skills, will train. Contact
Olie Sheppard at 904-
964-7535.
LOG SCALER/shipping
coordinator. Minimum 2
year degree with forestry
or business manage-
ment. Starting salary
$13.22 -$14.25. We are
an EEOC, Drug free
workplace, 401K, health/
dental, paid holidays/va-
cations. Apply at Gilman
Building products, 6640
CR 218, Maxville, FL or
fax resume to 904-289-
7736.
VELDA FARMS, a leading
dairy manufacture, is
searching for an experi-
enced mechanic for our
maintenance shop, in
Starke. The ideal me-
chanic should have exp
with medium and heavy
duty equipment repair,
and mechanical trans-
port refrigeration equip-
ment,' with EPA 608/609
certification. Salary
based on exp and an
excellent beneifts pack-
age. Please fax resume
to: 305-652-0137 EOE/
M/F/D/V Drug Free
Workplace.
SALES POSITIONS, FT
sales people, exp in mo-
torcycles a plus, but will
train." Contact Streits
Molorspons at 352-376-
2637. Gainesvilles old-
est motorcycle dealer.
DRIVERS NEEDEDII Ap-
ply at Sprallin Towing
No Phone calls please
Must be 25 years old,
clean driving record and
cre killingg ro De .:r, 11
2 4 /7 :- .
POSITION: METER
READER: The City of
Starke will be accepting
applications for the po-
sition of Meter Reader.
Nature of Work This is
semi-skilled held work in
reading water, gas, and
electric meters, record-
ing consumption, and in
the connection or dis-
connection, of such
meters. employee is re-
sponsible for me accu-
rate reading and record.
ing of utility consumption
for eacn customer in Ihe
City of Starke. Example
of Work, Read meters on
an assigned route,
record readings Verity
service addresses,
meter numbers and
meler readings. Connect
and disconnect meters
in tne field. clean ana
make minor repairs. Per-
form related work as re-
quired Knowledge.
Skills & Abilities: Knowl-
edge of street locations.
ability to read maps,
read and record inlorma-
lion accurately, maintain
harmonious public con-
tacts, carry out oral and
written work orders and


skill in using tools and
equipment used-in re-
pairing and installing
meters. Training and
Experience: Graduation
from a standard High
School or GED. Ability to
read and write and cal-
culate sufficient to per-
form duties of position.
Must have valid Florida
Drivers License. Applica-
tions may be picked up
at the Bradford Career
Center located at 609
North Orange St, Starke,
Florida and returned to
same. Applications will
be accepted through the
close of business on
Thursday, July 28,2005.
The City of Starke is and
E.O.E.
LINE COOKS, Full & part
time, good pay & ben-
efits with experience.
Apply in person at
Johnnys Bar-B-Q, 7411
SR 21, Keystone, 352-
473-4445.
HELP WANTED, experi-
enced cooks, servers
and night management.
Apply in person at
Hambones, 1101 n
Temple Ave, Starke, Fl.
HOME SUPPORT STAFF
to work with develop-
mentally disabled indi-
viduals in group home in
Starke, $7 per hour plus
benefits. EOE. Call 904-
964-8082.
WAREHOUSE POSITION
available, 40 hour mini-
mum per week. Gator 2
Farm Supply, South of
Starke on HWY 301. HS
diploma required.
NEEDED EXPIERNCED
forman, must have own
truck and tools, for new
construction and home
repair. Also needed
expiernced construction
workers, carpenters,
masonary / stucco work-
ers. (904)966-2024:
SHOP HELP NEEDED, full
time 40 hours week. Ap-
ply in person at U S Body
Source, 1.5 miles South
of Hampton on CR 325.
2 TEACHERS ASSIS-
TANTS, VPK is here!
Nationally. Accredited
"Midway Leamign Cen-
ter, Inc.," in Melrose/Key-
stone area is growing.
We are seeking 2 teach-
ers assistants to assist
in our classrooms.
Prefered person with
Florida 40 hour
childcare pre-service.
must have grad from
H.S. Stable staff, great
environment, some ben-


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475-2132 for application
or come see us.
THE UNION COUNTY
Solid Waste Dept. has
an open position fora full
time General Laborer.
The work schedule is
Monday thru Friday
7:30am to 4pm, with a
30 minute break for
lunch. In order to be ap-
plicable for this position
you must have a valid
Class B CDL license and
you must be able to pass
a background check in
order to be certified'by
the Dept of Corrections
to work with inmate la-
borers. Anyone who is
interested in this position
should submit an appli-
cation or resume to the
Road Dept or the Board
of Commission Office,
15 NE First St, Lake But-
ler. Applications will be
taken from 07/14/2005
through 07/21/2005 at
5:00 pm.
PARK OF PALMS NEEDS
a full time person with
carpenter & framing
skills to do misc con-
struction and general
maintenance work. No
phone calls. Apply in per-
son at 706 Palm Circle,
Keystone Heights. 65
PARK OF PALMS NEEDS
a full time caregiver for
ALF to assist seniors
with ADL's, housekeep-
ing. MUST be able to
work well win as a team
No pnone calls Apply in
person at 706 Palm
Circle, Keystone
Heights.
DRIVER WANTED, Napa
of Starke. Apply in per-
son at 115 W Brownly St.
WANTED CERTIFIED El-.
ementary. teacher and
spanish teacher for"
grades K-6. For further
information please call
The Believers School of
-earning 904-964-9994
"or more into
ADMINISTRATIVE ASSIS-
TANT TO THE COUNTY
MANAGER
BRADFORD COUNTY:
Bradford County is ac-
cepting applications for a
full-time Administrative
Assistant for the office of
County Manager. The
Administrative Assistant
will assist the County
Manager to administer
and carry out the direc-
tives, arid policies of the
Board of County Com-
missioners and accom-
plish the administrative,


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logistical, and financial
functions of the
office.The minimum
qualifications require a
high school diploma or
equivalent and training
and or experience in all
aspects of computer
word processing and
spreadsheets with a
minimum of three years
of experience in an office
environment. The suc-
cessful applicant must
demonstrate appropriate
knowledge of principles
and practices of general'
office procedures, be fa-
miliar with personnel and
budget functions and
county governmental
functions. The Adminis-
trative Assistant must be
able to effectively com-
municate with the public
and County, State, and
Local Officials. A work-
ing knowledge of ac-
counting and auditing
procedures Is preferred.
Applications and re-
sumes may be turned in
or mailed to Clerk df the
Court, P.O. Drawer B,
945.N. Temple Avenue
Starke, FL 32091 Tne
deadline for accepting
applications is Friday,
SJuly 29, 2'005 at 4:00
p.m. Applications and
job description forms are
available at the Clerk of,
the Court's Office located
In the Bradford County
Courthouse. Equal Op-'
portunity Employer.
ROAD SUPERINTEN-
DENT BRADFORD
COUNTY: Bradford
County is accepting ap-
plications for a full-time
Road Superintendent.
The Road Superihten-
aent is an aaministrative


and supervisory position
responsible for organiz-
ing, directing, and oper-
ating the Bradford
County Road Depart-
ment. The superinten-
dent is primarily respon-
sible for coordinating and
supervising road mainte-
nance crews for con-
struction, reconstruction,
and maintenance of all
county owned roads both
paved and unpaved.
Work is performed under
the direction of the
County Manager and is
reviewed through confer-
ences, reports and ob-
servation of results ob-
tained. The minimum
* qualifications include
graduation from high
school and five years
progressively respon-
sible administrative and
management experience
in the maintenance of
county highways and
roads, including three
years of supervisory ex-
perience; or any equiva-
lent. combination of re-
lated training and expe-
rience. The successful'
applicant must have the
ability to effectively su-
pervise and coordinate
the activities of subordi-
nate supervisors and
employees and commu-
nicate effectively with
county government offi-
cials, ad citizens. Sal-
ary range is negotiable
commensurate with ex-
perience, with an estab-
lished range of $45,000
to $49,000 per annum.
Applications and re-
sumes may be turned in
or nailed to Clerk of the
Court, P.O. Drawer B,


945 N. Temple Avenue,
Starke, FL 32091. The
deadline for accepting
applications is Wednes-
day, August 3, 2005 at
4:00 p.m. Applications
and job description forms
are available at the Clerk.
of the Court's Office lo-
cated in the Bradford
County Courthouse, The
Alachua/Bradford Career
Center, 609 North Or-
ange Street, Rm. 09-19,
Starke, FL 32091-2434
or via the county website
at www.bradford-co-
fla.org. The county re-
serves the right to reject
any and all applications.
Equal Opportunity Em-
ployer.
GENERAL LABORER,
needed for local busy
carpet and floor care
company. Will train, good.
pay, Call today 904-964-
1800.
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-
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Adjunct Instructors Needed
Beginning August 22, 2005

ANATOMY and PHYSIOLOGY: Requires
Master's degree with 18 graduate hours in
discipline. Day and night instructors needed.
Contact: Paula Cifuentes @ 386-754-4260 or
e-mail: cifueniesp Olakecirycc.edu
MATHEMATICS:
College Level Math Instructors for College
Algebra & Math for Liberal Arts
Requires Masters Degree with 18 graduate
hours in discipline. Day and night instructors
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* Preparatory Level Math Instructors
Requires Minimum of Bachelor's degree. Day
and night instructors needed.
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Requires Master's degree with 18 graduate
hours in Education. Must have been teaching in
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email: hickmantalnakcitvc.eedu

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total, 9/6-10/21/05. Must have FL RN license
and 2 years recent experience in acute or long
term care. (I Position)
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Clerical Position
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temporary clerical position in the Library
working at the circulation desk on evenings and
Saturday. High school diploma or equivalent
with 2 years clerical experience. Computer,
verbal and reading skills necessary. $8.98 hr.
Application deadline: July 21, 2005, ,
Applications available on web at:
www.lakecitvcc.edu

Persons interested in adjunct positions must
submit a College application and should provide
photocopies of transcripts. All foreign
transcripts/degrees must be submitted with an
official translation and evaluation.

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Annual summer
program offered by
the Bradford County
Public Library
concludes next week

By CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
If you're .in Africa, how do
you say "Hello?" Well, that
depends. If you've got the
time, you can say it more than
1,400 ways.
Some of Bradford County's
youth had the opportunity to
learn a little bit about Africa
-its languages and its
music-as part of the Bradford
County Public Library summer
program on July 7.,
D.O. Akombo, a Kenyan
native who is' working on a
doctorate -in music at the
University of Florida,
presented the July 7 program.
He discussed some features of
his country and continent, even
teaching the children in
attendance some. new words.
Akombo did -keep. it simple,
however, restricting himself to
just one of ihose more-than-
1,400 languages--Swahili. For
example,- children learned that
"jambo" is Swahili for "hello."
The children, and adults, in
attendance proved to be good
students as they learned to sing
a song in Swahili. It may have
been exposure, to. a foreign
language, but most did.
recognize the ;words "hakuna
matata," from having watched
"The Lion King." :
Akombo also passed out
musical instruments so, the
children could play along as
they sang.


Emily Luke shakes hands with D.O. Akombo as he
greets the children in Swahili.


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enjoy :Florida stories craft
.activities presented by Angela
D.O. Akombo and Brad Mlace).
plays and sings The Bradford County Public
for a good-sized Library summer program has
crowd during almost reached its conclusion.
the Bradford, Ronald McDonald will be
the Bradford performing magic on
County Public Thursda). July 14, and
Library program WUFT's Susan White will
on July 7 in the present a program on Tuesday,
Santa Fe July 19.
Community Each program begins at'10
a.m. at the library.'
College Cultural The summer wraps up with a
BuHding. -party on Thursday, July 21, at
the librarN at 10 a.m. There
.%ill be ice cream, prizes and


positive for our community. If something to stop the violence
LETTE RS you don't like the way among our youth then the
c nt.ne *from 4B1 something is, then you have to jailhouse will become their
Continued from p. 4B do something to change it. If, -playhouse. Let's not let that
you think our community is happen.
and destruction of another not clean enough, then let's Parents, correct and
human being and our clean it up. If everyone would discipline your children so that
community. Anyone % ho buh s just' lean u a round their own the courts and DCF won't have
- th-se drugs T"svly kT~Il1g ?"'yard, and th ditches in frdit oT.'.'tObteconmtheir tratakers. .'."
themselves. This behavior their property, and get your We are planning the next
sends the wrong message to children to pick the trash they town meeting on Tuesday, July
our youth. that there is no have thrown down or pick up 26, at 6 p.m. in T.H.E.
hope. We must always keep what their dogs ha\e torn up, Apartment complex. Bring a
hope alive for our children, then our community would lawn chair. We also plan
because they are our future. look so much better. Yes the community clean up on
I'm going to confront young inmates can come out and pick Saturday, July 30, starting at 8
people when I see them throw up but unless we maintain the a.m. Let's come together.
trash on the street or behave in work that is done we fight a A Come Together Day is
a disrespectful manner toward futile battle. Let's pull planned for Thursday, July 28,
their elders. If this makes me a together, come together and at the Thomas Street Park at 6
mean person, then so be it. We make a difference in our p.m. for a fun evening in the
have to try to do something community. If we don't do park. This will be a joint effort
between the school board, the


FAITHH plans
to distribute
food
Food and Intercession for
the Hungry and Homeless. or
FAITHH, will set up a food
distribution table in the
parking lot of St. Edward
Catholic Church, 441 N.
Temple Ave. in Starke.
The next distribution date is
Thursday. Aug. 1 I, from 10
a.m. to 2 p.m. In order to
receive food, please bring a
driver's license or picture ID
as well as Social Security
cards for everyone in the
household.
If weather is bad, the
distribution will be caficelled
and rescheduled for a later
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The second annual Mz. Ugly
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take place on Saturday, July
23, at the Bradford County
Fairgrounds. Dinner begins at
6 p.m., followed by the show
at 7.
Around 15 prominent men
from the community will strap-
on high heels and strut their
stuff to determine the ugliest in
the land. Contestants will
compete in several areas,
including talent, and last year's
winner, Jeff "Oodylicious"
Oody will present the crown to'
this year's winner.
An Elvis tribute artist will
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This- year's event will take
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encouraged to dress down as
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Bradford County 4-H is preparing for annual auction


P.ijfi;'id County's 4-H
'ot>h Pc-rlopnmini Program
will hold its annual auction on
Saturday, Aug. 6, at the
Bradford County Fairgrounds
at 6 p,n
The evening will start with a_
chicken-and-rice dinner,
followed by a silent auction
and a live auction, with Terry
Vaughan serving as auctioneer.
Tickets, which are $5, may be
purchased-- at the Bradford
:County extension office or
from any Bradford Cc inty 4-H
member.
Money raised fr this
event helps- fifnd-club -and-
countywide educational
programs throughout the year.
Youth benefit from these funds
by being able to attend district,
State. and. national, leadership
conferences and training.
Youth also take part in a
variety of community-service
prbjects--'sewing for nursing
home residents and dialysis


patients, cleaning up The auction also supports If a business would like to 4-H is a community of of Florida 'Cooperative
neighborhoods and Operation the many educational materials donate an item or service to the young people across America Extension Service and is open
Military Kids, to name a few- needed to operate the county's auction, please contact the learning citizenship, leadership to -all youth ages 5-18
in which auction funds 16 clubs, which comprise more extension office at (904) 966- and life skills. It is the regardless of sex, race,
purchase the necessary than 200 youth and more than 6224 (a 4-H volunteer or community-based youth religion, handicap or national
supplies. 90 adult volunteers. member will pick the item up). organization of the University origin.

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Bradford Pop
Warner sign-
ups are on
Saturday
The Bradford County Pop
Warner Association will be
holding registration for
football players on Saturdays
at the Bradford County
.Fairgrounds from 10 a.m. until
noon.
Also, free physical will be
offered to both players and
cheerleaders on Saturday, July
23, 1-4 p.m., at the office of
Dr. Joelle Simon, which is
located behind Powell's Dairy
Freeze.
For more information ohn-
Pop Warner, please call Joe
Gorden or Rodney Mosley at
'(904) 368-0273.


Employers.,
can register
to meet Santa
Fe seekers
Registration is open for
employers seeking job hunters
who wish to participate in the
16th annual Job Fair at Santa .
Fe Community College 9
a.m.-I p.m. Saturday, Aug. 6
in the caripus gym, 3000 NW
83 St., Gainesville.
Last year's job fair was
attended by 1,000 job seekers,
according to -Bxnce. Gordon,
SFCC Career and Job
Placement Services
coordinator.
To guarantee space,
employers should register by
Aug. 1.
The event is sponsored by
ihe Alachua/Bradford County
Career Center, Florida
Employer Advisory Council,
Gainesville Area Chamber of
Commerce, Santa Fe
Cominanity College Career
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Union man and family are coping with rare cancer


(Editor's note: Gail
Livingston, a former editor otf
the Union County Times, wrote
the following in her own words
to describe the condition of her
husband, Robert Livingston.
who has been diagnosed with a
rare form of liver cancer. The
Livingstons reside in Union
County-their home of
approximately 23 years.)

By GAIL D. LIVINGSTON
Special to the Times
"Most patients with this type
cancer live only two to three
months after diagnosis."
That was the shocking
prognosis related by the
surgeon following a biopsy of
Robert's gall bladder. My
emotions quickly, went from
shock, to disbelief, to total
-denial in the matter of the few
minutes it-took-to-listen- to the
surgeon.
"This couldn't be possible,"
I thought. "It was April 22 and
Robert had only been sick for a
little more than a week. We
had two kids to raise. No way
could this be true."
Unfortunately, we were 'to
. .further learn that Robert had a
rare cancer which had grown
from a malignant tumor in his
gall bladder and .spread into
the bile ducts of his liver. The
Wtpe-of 'anicer is known as


Robert Livingston works in a patch of corn on his
'property.


primary Aden carcinoma.
Since symptoms of liver
cancer often do not appear
until the disease is advanced,
only a small number of liver
cancers are found in the early,
stages and can be removed
with surgery. -_.
Our- course of action to


battle this cancer was very
limited. Radiation was totally
out of the question. Some
chemotherapy treatments had
shown to be successful in
shrinking the cancer for a.
period of a few months and/or
preventing the, cancer from
progressing for a similar


period of time.
Robert started chemo
treatments in early May.
However, the only real hope
that has been offered to give
Robert an extended lifetime is
a surgical procedure to remove
a large portion of his liver. In
order to undergo this surgical
procedure, which is scheduled
for Aug. 5, he first had to have
what is called a portal vein
embolization. This procedure
is done to cause the atrophy or
shrinking of a part of the liver
and the hypertrophy or extra
growth of the remaining liver.
The day prior to the
embolizatio~n procedure,
Robert had to undergo another
surgical procedure to have a
stent placed within his liver to
drain the bile, which left a
drain to the outside of his
upper abdomen. -
For a man who had never
been hospitalized in the 30
years we have been together,
he has, since April, become
quite familiar with the hospital
routine and he doesn't care for
it at all. However, he has
managed to keep his sense of
humor throughout all the
surgeries that he has had to
endure so far.'
During the last two
surgeries, they were unable to
put Robert totally under the'
anesthesia, so he was
conscious most of the time. -
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,Exploring -beyond Classrooms' walls-


Starke family visits
Peru as part of
inaugural collegiate
program


By CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer

Instead of sitting at a desk in
college, surrounded by four
walls, imagine taking your
studies outdoors and
experiencing views at more
than 12,000 feet above sea
level.
That was the opportunity 18
cl4tge' students had recently
as the) participated in the
Classrooms without Walls
program, which Starke resident
Enrique Barquinero, a Spanish
professor at Florida
Community College at
Jacksonville, helped develop.
The students traveled to
Cusco, Peru for a four-week
stay (May 15-June 11), where
they attended classes at
Universidad Nacional de San
Antonio Abad del Cusco and
took field trips to various sites.
Barquinero saw the trip as a
great opportunity for his-
students.
'"There's nothing better than
to be able to experience a
. .. language on site. where it's
actually spoken," Barquinero
said.
The Classrooms without
Walls program was not just
..geared toward Spanish
students. It was for students
who were also.taking biology
of environmental systems.
S Barquinero worked with FCCJ
---biology professor Maurice
Culver .in_ developing the


Enrique Barquinero, his wife, Shannon, and their
son, Miguel, are pictured at Machu Picchu, a lost
Incan city that was discovered in 1911.

program. Next year's program *. Barquinero said the goal for
will also incorporate either an next year's program is to take
anthropology or archaeology 40-50 students. The program is
course, Barquinero said. not limited to FCCJ students.
-. .


"Perhaps we'll get to have a
group from Bradford County
experience what we did (this
year)," he said.
Some Bradford County
natives did go on this past trip.
Barquinero's wife, Shannon
(the former Shannon Wolf),
accompanied him as did their
son, Miguel, and Shannon's
daughter, Morgan Hersey. It
was their first trip outside.of
the U.S. and Barquinero said
they will probably go on next
year's trip, too.
*Barquinero is a Peruvian,
though the trip was a new
experience for him, as well.,
, "I -had never been, to Cusco
before," said Barquinero, .a
natiVe"' of' -Lima 'Wlh'6
immigrated to the United
States 24 years ago with his
family when he was 14.
In Cusco, which is 12,000
feet above sea level, the
Classrooms without Walls
students attended classes in a
somewhat different
environment than they're used

See PERU, p. 5C


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quit breathing.' They finished
the surgery and then I went to
sleep."
The surgeon, following the
procedure, explained that it
went successfully and that he
would be showing a video of
the. embolization surgery
during a medical convention to
be held in California in the
near future. Robert was
disappointed that he was not
invited to go along on the trip
and tell his side of the story.


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College for Kids combines fun, learning for teens


By CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Katie MaN\ is taking classes
in a wide i4i-i\ of subjects
this summer, ranging from
learning sign language to
learning how to properly wrap
finger, wrist and ankle injuries.
In that sense, May is like
any other college student
S attciding classes during a
summer term, yet she is like no
other college student because
she just recently completed
sixth grade.
May is one of approximately
60 teenagers attending the
"College for Kids" program in
Starke, which is offered
through Santa Fe Community
College. The program, which
began Monday, runs through
Friday, July 22. It is open to
students who are preparing to
enter the sixth-10th grades.
This is the third year the
program has been offered in
Starke and the second year
May has participated.
"I was expecting it to be a
lot of fun (last year) and it


was," May said. "This year, I
think it's going to be a lot
more fun."
The program allows kids to
gain an insight into college
life, from choosing classes and
trying to put a schedule
together to attending classes on
the SFCC campus in Starke.
Classes are offered at both the
Andrews Center and the SFCC
Cultural Building, as well as at
the Starke Woman's Club.
Linda Sheffield, who is the
coordinator for College for
Kids in Starke, said one of the
main goals of the program is to
allow kids to broaden their
knowledge, while at the same
time having fun.
"More importantly, I think,
it's a way to meet people they
wouldn't normally see,"
Sheffield said. "We have
students, for example, who, on
the first day, sit by themselves.
Then I'll hear a student say,
'Why don't you come and sit
with us?'"
The chance to meet new
people was something May
looked forward to on the first
day of her first year of


How does that feel? Tiaira Tyson (right) wraps the
ankle of Jessica Thornton in the sports/fitness class.


BHS softball

players do

earn Sun

recognition
Five Bradford softball
players should have been
included among the
Gainesville Sun's Class 3A-6A
all-area picks, which were
released earlier this month.
The original list of players
included no one from.
Bradford, but in a July 8
column, the Sun's John Patton
wrote that the following
players were inadvertently left
off the list: graduates Roxann
Jackson (shortstop), Ashley-
Lee (center field), Amanda
Reed (first base) and Cassie
Sparks (second base/pitcher).
and senior-to-be Kasey Barrett
(pitcher).
Jackson, who received a
scholarship to play for Indian
River Community College,
baited .346 last season with 11
RBI, 26 runs scored and 20
stolen bases. Lee had a .351
average, driving in eight runs,
scoring 25 runs and stealing 17
bases.
Reed, who will join her
older sister Melanie at the
University of West Florida, led
the team with a .416 average.
She had 34 RBI, 27 runs
scored and 11 stolen bases.
Reed set a new school record
with six home runs.
-Sparks, a Central Florida
Community College signee,
batted .300 and had 10 RBI
and 10 runs scored. Injuries
limited her work on the
mound, where she compiled a
4-3 record with a 2.11 ERA.
Barrett, as a junior, became
Bradford's primary pitcher last
year, compiling an 11-10
record with 235 strikeouts. She
also had a .311 average as a
batter.


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wit but actions his meaning.
-Benjamin- Franklin


participation.
"I was a little bit nervous
(on my first day)," May said,
"but at the same time I was
really excited. There are all
kinds of different kids here
you can meet and you can
make new friends."
Shaye Anderson, a first-year
participant, agreed that
meeting new people is part of
the fun. Another part of the fun
is the variety of classes
offered. Anderson was
especially looking forward to
one class in
particular-Babysitting
Survival.
"When I get older, I want to
babysit and it's going to help
me be a better babysitter,"
Anderson said.
First-year participant
Dezmon Lane said he, too,
thought many of the classes
sounded interesting. He was
looking forward to taking the
Cool Jewelry and
Sports/Fitness classes.
Of course, Lane also had a
good source of information on
College for Kids that helped
him make up his mind to
participate.
"Mrs. Sheffield was my
English teacher. She got me
into it," Lane said.
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Michael McCray (left) did not injure himself during the College for Kids program.
He is serving as the test subject for Joshua Craig, who is wrapping McCray's
fingers as part of the sports/fitness class. Students learned how to wrap wrists
and ankles, too.


Alicia Sakers, Megan Magyari, Amber Glisson and Marjorie Carney (from left) take
a bow following their skit, "The Fancy Hillbillies."


Nadia James
mimics a painter
during a role-
playing exercise
in'Cindy
Hinson's acting


class.
,. ..'. .,. '. m' "'1,J'.


il


COLLEGE
Continued from p. 3C
courses as Make it Snappy
(photography), Life in the
Kitchen (cooking) and
Working with Leather were
also offered during last year's
program, but there are several
new courses this year. Some of
those include Sign Language,
Fitness/Sports and Cool
Jewelry.
"We have some new
teachers and I'm glad to see
that",'Sheffield said. "If you
have a different variety every
year, then kids' are; going to
come back."


One of those new teachers
this year is actually Sheffield,
who is teaching German. On
the first day of classes, she had
her students greeting each
other in German, addressing
each other as either "Herr" or
"Fraulein."
Sheffield, who lived three
years in Germany, does not
want to limit her students to
just learning a few basic
German words.
"I'm giving them not just the
language, but a little bit of the
culture," Sheffield said. "I just
think it's good to experience
new cultures."
No matter what the students
get out of the College for Kids
experience, many of them have
benefited from the support of
various people and businesses
in Bradford County. Twenty-
two students were able to
attend free of charge on
scholarships provided for by
those individuals and
businesses, .
Also, Shawn Jenkins, the
owner of S&J Fitness Center,
is allowing the Sports/Fitness
students to use his center on
Thursday.
-Then, of course, there are
those community members
who teach the classes.
"I don't think people
appreciate how much this
community stands behind
education and .programs for
our children," Sheffield said.
Students enrolled in the full-
day program attend classes
from 8:10 a.m. until 4:25 p.m.
Each class is 70 minutes long
and there is a 35-minute break
for lunch. The program is also
offered to students in half-day
(morning or afternoon)
sessions.
The program concludes with
"Parent Night" on Friday, July
22, at 5:30 p.m. at the SFCC
Cultural Building. It is there
where students show some
of the things they hav, rnmed.
Parents and oth in
attendance can viewv table
presentations as well as enjoy
stage presentations.
Sheffield said anyone
interested in learning more
about College for Kids is
invited to the conclusion of the
program. That way, parents
may be able to decide if
College for Kids is something
they would like their children
to participate in.
Or, if they .want to, those
parents can just talk to May, -
"I think it's a good thing that'
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idea," May said.


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Morgan Hersey
seems to have
found a new,
cuddly friend in
this young pig.


The Classrooms without Walls participants glide, the lake. Lake Titicaca is the highest navigable lake
across Lake Titicaca aboard a boat called a on earth at an elevation of more than 12,000 feet
"tortora." The boat is made from weeds that grow in above sea level.


As a visitor to another culture, you would expect to
find different types of food. Here is a picture of a
Peruvian dish the Classrooms without Walls
participants came across-a sheep's head soup.


PERU
Continued from p. 2C
to. Barquinero said the college
students in Cusco have a
powerful voice in school


matters, including possessing
voting power when it comes to
hiring administrators.
^, H'.C^.^QW o -m 'Ijiout
Wa~l-,'swtterrd olfcoume.e,
experienced many things that
were different from their own-
culture, including the types of


food Peruvians eat and how
that food is handled. For
example, the students would
visit Cusco markets and see
meat hanging up outside int the
heat.
"We are very sheltered in
the United States," Barquinero
said. "Everything is
refrigerated. What happens is
when you go to *another
.country and you have meat just
hanging out, you're like, 'Oh
my gosh, that meat needs a
freezer!' (The students) were
shocked by that."
Most of the sights the
students took in during their
trip left a more- favorable
impression. For example, they,
had the opportunity to witness
Corpus Christi, a Catholic
celebration that began in 1247.
The celebration consists of a
colorful parade comprised of
the effigies of the saints and
virgins from Cusco's churches.
Students visited the remains
of the Incan city Machu
Picchu, which remained
hidden for more than 300 years
until its discovery in 1911.
"It's just such an incredible
sight," Barquinero said. "It's
kind of hard to walk away
from it." ,
Students also visited the
Manu Biosphere Reserve and
Lake Titicaca, where students


stayed in the homes of families
who live on the lake's floating
islands.
'"That was a unique and
amazing experience,"
Barquinero said. "These
people are very rural and they,
don't get the chance to interact
with many people from the.
United States."
Everyone seemed to enjoy
the trip to Peru, but Barquinero
said he wants to make next
year's trip even better. Next
year, he's aiming for a five-
week trip in June and July
instead of in May and June, so
the students can experience
more. There were a couple of
celebrations students missed
on' this ,past trip that
Barquinero would like future
students to experience. He
*would also like to give them
more time to spend in the.
Amazon Region.
"We've done it once and
we've made mistakes,"
Barquinero said. "Now we
know how to do it better."
If anyone is interested in
learning more about next
year's trip and its
requirements, please call
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or ... e-m.ail,., him, ..at
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House,

Richardson

win bass

tournament
The team of Don House and
Jonathan Richardson grabbed
I first-place honors during the
141h week of the 20-week Bald
Eagle Bait and Tackle bass
tournament on Little Lake
Santa Fe.
House and Richardson
teamed up for a catch of 9.96
pounds in the tournament,
which featured 32 boats, on
July 6.
Second place went to David
Gunter and Skip Januski with a
catch of 8.68 pounds, while
Robert Black arid Justin
Russell took third with a catch
of 7.81 pounds.
The team of Wally Johns
and Todd Stenne was fourth
with a catch of 7.2 pounds.
: Gunter and Januski, besides
taking second, also caught the
largest bass at 4.28 pounds.
.For more information.on this
tournament, see Joey at Bald
;Eagle Bait and Tackle in
-Keystone Heights.

Deer-dog
registration
program goes
statewide
Recently the Florida Fish
and Wildlife .Conservation
Commission (FWC) voted to
..expand statewide a registration
program for deer-dog hunting
on private lands for the 2005-
06 hunting season.
The decision was based on
the overall success of a pilot
program adopted last hunting
season in the Northwest
Region in lieu of more
restrictive measures.
i According to a report
presented by Lt. Col. Mike
!Wiwi, deputy director of the
Division of Law Enforcement,
'the additional time and costs
.associated with administering
.this program across the state
!will be minimal and
manageable for current FWC
staff and budget.
Wiwi said 70 individual
properties, representing 55
:deer 'dog hunt clubs.
fpa I ff if' the "pilit
-program. Those properties
ranged from 40 to 31,000 acres
and were situated in 14 of the
16 counties within the
Northwest Region.
SWith the pilot program in
place, complaints dropped 27
'percent, compared to the
,average of the previous four
hunting seasons. More
importanti, only five
:complaints were associated
,with registered, deer-dog
hunting clubs. In comparison,
,a review of last season's
complaint data for- the North
Central and Northeast regions,
:where registration was not
:required. showed an increase in
"deer-dog hunting complaints
!from the average of the
previous four hunting seasons.
At the conclusion of the
2004-05 hunting season, the
FWC conducted a survey of all
'participants of. the : pilot
program to determine levels of
satisfaction associated with
i registration requirements and to,
'identify any concerns with the
program or process. Almost
-half the participants responded,
and all said the process of
S .completing the application,
S registering and complying with
S the new requirements was easy
Sor veryeasy. Nearly 90 percent.
I said they experienced no
:problems with affixing their
assigned identification numbers
; to their dogs' collars, and
almost 70 percent thought the
new registration was a valuable
stool for helping manage deer-
S dog hunting onprivate lands.
During May, the FWC
conducted six public meetings
Across the state to make certain
hunters and other interested
Groups:
were fully aware of the
S proposal for statewide
i registration,


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had the opportunity to ask
questions to better understand
the specifics of the proposal,
and
could provide comments.
These meetings helped
clarify some common
misunderstandings about the
proposal and fostered broader
support from hunters and other
stakeholders, Wiwi said.
This new statewide
registration program will
require no-cost registration for
anyone using dogs to,hunt or
pursue deer on private lands in
Florida during the deer-dog
training season and during any
open deer-hunting season when
taking deer with dogs is
permitted.
For more information on
this new statewide deer-dog
registration program, visit
MyFWC.com/hunting.


life jacket accessibility, to
proper fuel handling, and even
to simply picking up any glass
or cans encountered along the
way. A cut foot ends the trip.
Think safety.
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Don't wait to Editor Whether hunting, fishing,
hiking, camping or whatever
take hunter Nothing cuts a great outdoor outdoor adventure we plan, we
day short like an accident. all need to let someone at
Safety class "Safety First" is not just a home know- where we are
The Florida Fish and catchy slogan-it's also the planning on. being. I always
Wildlife Conservatfion best way to approach a day on write a note and leave it on-the
Commission (FWC) is the water or in the woods. kitchen counter-where I am
encouraging would-be hunters going, exactly where I will be
to sign up and take their Think safety and about what time I expect
mandatory Hunter Safety Most of us have trained to come home. The woods and
Course this summer and not ourselves to catch that ripple water can all change after dark,
wait until the fall. This time of on the water caused by a so planning and preparation go
year .provides the best feeding bass or, while up in a long. way to having a safe
opportunity to get into a class deer stand, to detect even the adventure.
as slots are more readily slightest movement in the
available. During hunting woods. This same intense The buddy system
season and just prior, classes observational skill is a great Lots offolks hunt and fish in
usually fill up fast. asset int safety. We should pairs. This is great. It is always
The FWC Hunter Safety always be looking for anything a good thing to have a buddy
Course, or similar approved that could cause trouble., along for safety and, in the
course by another state, This covers everything from case of some of my crazy
province or organization, is a regular equipment checks, to friends, for Icts of extra laughs
requirement to obtaining a boat-operating techniques, .to and entertainment.
Florida hunting license for
anyone born on or after June 1.
1975. Even though the course N.,
is not required for persons born
before that date, it is
recommended, especially for
beginning hunters. L
Classes are taught d
throughout the state by Bi
;certified volunteer instructors
who teach firearm safety and .
laws, basic hunting
terminology, conservation, safe -
hunting practices, outdoor
ethics, wildlife identification -. ,
and management, survival,
field first aid and the Florida a -"--
Wildlife Code. The Course is
free and prepares sportsmen for
ain safer, more,, rewarding -
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The course is available to be-
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and it is offered in all of the
state's 67 counties. In addition
to the traditional in-class Accent Chair
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option of taking most of the
classroom instruction online or
on compact disc, without
leaving home.
However, hunters who
choose the Internet or CD-
ROM version must take an
additional three hours in the
classroom; successfully pass a
written exam; and participate irin
a field-day class that. includes
live-firing instruction on a Curie Cabinet
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Johnny Whitfield III, visiting from Portland, Ore.,
caught up on some fishing-freshwater and salt. This
run over to Crescent Beach resulted in an assorted
catch of saltwater varieties-ladyfish, pin fish,
catfish, a sea robin, several blue crabs, whiting and
a very large stone crab. All were released.


Safetywise, a second pair of
eyes and hands can save the
-day. Think in twos.
.However, some of us do
'especially like to hunt alone. I
do. That way, if someone
spooks the deer or turkey, I
want it to be me. Mano a
mano. Or is that mano a
animal?


Even when hunting alone. I
leave a hunt plan at home and I_
also do a cell-phone check as^
soon as I am out of the woods.'
Several of us always check on-
each other. This also 'helps if
you get stuck or need help-
dragging a deer out. That cell'
phone can be a life saver.
Have a SAFE summer!


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Hunter Safety Program or to
learn when the next available
class or field day will be offered
in your area, contact your local
FWC office or visit
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demonstrate conservation animals representing 75al Applications must be be shown, including ceramics,
SFCC wellness. different species inhabit the Fall festival postmarked by Sept. 1. hand weaving, painting,
SNavarro says that the group's Teaching Zoo. n d Make plans to attend the jewelry and more. There are
o Ciety O approach to its work Free tours of the 10-acre zoo needs artists, festival, sparkling with arts, storytellers, traditional craft
tt IAi epitomizes the college's can be scheduled on weekdays crafts, entertainers and a demonstrations, a zany
W ildemission to involve its from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. by entertainerS Shriners' parade on Oct. 15 Shriners' parade, children's
i l students, making an appointment at least Artists and entertainment between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m., and theater ahd plenty of good
.StiVal On three days in advance. Weekend applications are now available on Oct. 16 between 12 and 5 food.
a "The ZOOciety supports tours are offered from 9 a.m. to for the 20th Annual Santa Fe p.m. Admission is free. Two stages will be set up for
Campus Santa Fe's mission to a tee," 2 p.m. and do not require Community College Starke Visitors return every year to performing artists showcasing
The Santa Fe Community Navarro said. "The students appointments. The zoo is Fall Festival to be held in the enjoy the fun and great arts everything from country to
College Teaching Zoo is really are active on campus and closed during holidays and lovely historic district of and crafts, said festival rock and dance styles from-
encouraging animal lovers to in the community. They are semester break. Starke on Saturday and coordinator Kathryn Lehman. ballet andLjazz-to-elk. -Food--
roam, herd or flock to the each others' greatest social For more information on the Sunday, Oct. 15-16. -W__s-very--mttch-a-coTm-mun-ity will include everything from
Northwest Gainesville Campus supporters." unlJest,-contaet-Navar r at--For in application or more event. Residents of Walnut chicken and rice and barbecue
to_p ic-ipae- --e-- r --tr -SIanfaFek the only school (352) 395-7358 or email information, write or call the Street look forward to showing to the festival's famous sweet
"ZOObilee" Fun Fest Saturday, in the nation which has its fanny.navarro@sfcc.edu All of Santa Fe Community College off the.ir-lovelyiieighborhood potato pie, funnel cake and
Jujy 23 from 11 a.m. to 5 own zoo accredited by the the latest information on the Starke- Fall Festival, 3000 to friends and visitors. A other luscious homemade
p.m., Billed_.as the."Wildest Amnerican Zoo and Aquarium Santa Fe Zoo is available at N.W. 83'd St., Gainesville, FL variety of arts and crafts will sweets.
Festival on Campus," the 4 Association. More. than 220 htto://inst.sfcc.edu/~zoo 32606. (352) 395-5355.
evft fetfe-"fies- food- a.d
carnisal-like games for all
ages.
Admission is $8 for adults.
$4 for ages 12 and under, and
$6 with a valid Santa Fe -
identification card. Most "
proceeds will support the
ZOOciety with a percentage
going toward the Teaching
The festival, held in the
parking lot behind the school's
gymnasium, features numerous
games, a moon walk and -JE
animal crafts. It is hosted by
ZOOciety, the student
organization of the SFCC zoo,- ---" ...-.-- --
and is produced entirely by
students to raise the ------
community's aw-areness of the
zoo and its conservation .
I efforts.
According to Fanny Navarro,
SFCCTeaching Zoo education i F1O
Specialist, the Fun Fest, headed .. ".
by student Patti Gulli, gives
ZOOciety members the
opportunity to practice what
they preach. The majority of 'F O
the booths and games use
recycled products to


CANCER
Continued from p. 2C
This illness has brought all
our families closer together,
mine and Robert's, and old
friendships have been renewed
in the past several months.
"It has made me realize why
we moved to this community
more than 20 years ago,"
Robert said. "The people are
not only friendly, but very
caring. We have been blessed."
-All our lives have changed
drastically in the past several
rhonths,"not only for Robert
and me, but for our two
_.children,- Tab'
and Peyton, who turned 7 the
week of Robert's diagnosis.
Robert will never be-able to
work again as an
electrician-a- profession he
worked in for more than 35
years. Our finances have
definitely suffered as we soon
found out that he would not be
eligible for disability payments
until after six months of not
working. Li-ckily, Robert had
been able to put up some
money for retirement over the
years, which has helped to
keep us afloat.
The community, however,
has been very generous to us.
Employees with the school
board office and the school
system, where I went to work
Jq- last July, held fund raiser-at -
I the end of May, presenting us
with a check for $2,500.
Another generous anonymous
contribution of $1,000 was
presented to us in early May |
and the local antique car and
motorcyc-le-show raised $600
during the Fourth of July
celebration. We are eternally
grateful to everyone in the
community for all their love pW
and prayers shown to us and F
for-being there for us in our -
time of need.
The children are adjusting to
our-new way of life the best
way they know how-by
giving their dad all the love M
they can. Also, Robert's older
daughter, Robin Tullos, 35, of
Et--M-yers-- andTis tnref
grandchildren-Megan, 14, 4dr
Taylor, 10, and Austin, Tilt,
8-have been visiting-quite Lov
regularly, which has -kept --
S Robert's spirits up.
7 "When my mom first told
me that my dad had cancer of
the liver, at first I didn't
understand," Tabi said. "I
mean, how can a man who was P
once so healthy now have
cancer? I mean, this is the
same dad who used to play PW,
around with me and my sister. CD,
"He could always find time -
to make us laugh and now it's
so hard for
sister now, for she does not
understand that he gets worn
out -so easily, I just .hope-ihat -
he can survive this cancer, so
that my sister,-inom and- -can-
have our best friend back."
Peyton wasn't as outspoken -- f
as Tabi, but her simple words
reflect what we are all feeling:
"I love my daddy and I don't
want him to die."


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