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USPS 648-200 Three Sections Lake Butler, Florida Thursday, July 28, 2005


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Fire leaves UC family of eight homeless


By JAMES REDMOND
Times Staff Writer


Cooking sausage has caused
a Union County family to be
without a home.
On July 21, at approximately
2:30 p.m., fire crews from the
Union County Volunteer Fire
Department, Lake Butler
'Volunteer Fire Department and
Worthington Springs
Volunteer Fire Department
responded to the report of a
mobile home fire at 7140 S.W.
66*" Terr.
1 According to firefighters on
scene, upon arrival, the house
was fully engulfed in flames.
They battled for more than
three hours to bring the fire
under control. In total, crews
spent more than seven hours
completely extinguishing the-
fire. The location of the fire
made it difficult for firefighters


to get to.
"The fire was in the middle
of the house, and we couldn't
get crews inside to make an
attack," said Firefighter Mitch
Andrews. "The fire caused the
floor to become unsafe and did
not allow our crews to enter
.. the structure to-get to the heart.
of the fire."
According to Union County
Sheriff's Office Fire
Investigator Doug York, the
doublewide mobile home
caught fire after one of the
residents left something
cooking on the stove.'
"Our investigation revealed
that a pan had been left
.cooking on the stove and
forgotten about," said York.
"After speaking with the
home's owner, she told me she
was cooking sausage."
"'During-his --investig.ation,
York was able to isolate the--
fire to one part of the house. At


that time he focused on the
stove were he found a pan. The
pan contained the charred
remains of the sausage. The
impression of a hot burner as
left on the bottom.
According to the fire report,
the home's owner, Beverly
.QOdm, was the. person w ho
called in-- the fire.- She and
seven other family members
have been displaced by the
event. The family is
temporarily staying at a
relatives home, until other
arrangements can be made.
The American Red Cross is
helping the family get back on
their feet by providingclpothing
and food.
While no figures were
available as of press time,
York said in his estimation, the
house was a total loss.


Worthington Springs Firefighter Josh Seay Is seen
looking for hot spots while other fire personnel
attempt to extinguish what's left still burning. It took
fire crews more than seven hours to completely
extinguish the house. The homes owner left forgot
something cooking onthe stove, which started the
----.--. fire.


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Accident sends three to hospital by helicopter


Trooper Jeremy Peck and Trooper Danny Myers investigate the scene of a two-car
head-on collision that occurred-onS.R,421 north, just south of the King Service
Station in Raiford on July 26. Three accident victims were flown,-byhelicopter to
Shands at the University of Florida in Gainesville. The vehicles collided when one
attempted to pass a rock truck and ended up In the other's path.


Head-on collision injures one Raiford woman

By JAMES REDMOND Century. Crews used the Jaws girl,-approximately 3 years old,
Times Staff Writer .' of Life to extricate the woman climbed from the Honda- after.
from the vehicle. Once out of the car came to a stop.
An accident on S.R. 121 the vehicle, she was taken to a Emergency personnel
north sent three victims to nearby church were a transported her to the Raiford
Shands at the University-of Shandscair helicopter Community Center where she
Florida by on July 26. t--ransperted-her toGQainesville. was flown to Gainesville by
All three were taken to the According to personneltli--ey--Trau4.a O welL .
hospital by helicopter after also found.a man behind the Witnesses at the scene s-taTe
being involved in a .head-on wheel of 2004 Honda Accord. that the Honda was traveling
collision. .The accident While it was not necessary to south on S.R. 121, when it
occurred just-south of the King use tools to extricate the man, pulled out to pass a rock truck.
servicee Station (formerly radio traffic from a deputy first The car pulled directly into the
Dobbs Service, 'Station) in on scene indicated the man path of the Buick which was
Raiford. was be hurt badly. After traveling north on S.R. 121. A
. At approximately 11:11 removing the victim, report from the Florida
a.m.,- .Union County emergency personnel Highway Patrol confirms the
Emergency Medical Services transported him to the Raiford story. The report does not state
and the Union County Community Center. Once if either driver was issued a
Sheriff s Office responded to a there, a Trauma One helicopter citation for the accident. It
report of a head-on collision on transported him to Gainesville.. does state that charges are
S.R. 121. According to witnesses at pending.
. Once on scene, emergency the scene, the third victim was
personnel ..found a woman a passenger in the Honda.
entrapped in 1998. Buick Witnesses also stated that the. See HEAD-ON, p. 3A


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UC schools


open Aug. 4


By JAMES REDMOND
Times Staff Writer
It's that time of year that
children dread and parents
can't wait for.
Union County.,Schools w'will
open its doors to students
beginning Thursday, Aug. 4.
Superintendent Carlton Faulk
said the both Administration
and staff are looking forward
to another great year.
"We're excited about the
beginning of another school
year," said Faulk. "We look
forward to the task of
educating our young people
during the 2005-06 school
year."
On July 26, the Union
County School Board
approved opening and closing
times for all three schools.
They are as follows.
o Lake Butler Elementary
School-7:50 a.m. to 2:10
p.m: -- -... .. .
o Lake Butler Middle-
School-8 a.m. to 2:50 p.m.
Union County High
School- 8 a.m. to 2:50 p.m._
The district has also
announced some important
dates for parents to know.
They are as follows.
- 0 Sept. 5-Labor Day
holiday.


o Oct. 6-45"' day of school.
o Oct. 7-teacher planning
day.
o Nov.21-25 Thanksgiving
holiday.
o Dec. 16-90th day of
,school, ... ... .. ... .
o Dec. 19-teacher planing'
day.
o Dec.20-Jan.3-Christmas
holiday.
o Jan.16-Martin Lurther
King Day.
o Feb. 20-President's Day.
'March 9-135'h day of
school..
'March 1 3T-teacher
planning day.
o March 20-24-Spring
Break.
o May 12-graduation day.
o May 19-last day of
school.
The district has also released
a schedule for early release
days. On early release days
LBES dismisses at 12:15 p.m.
LBMS and UCHS dismiss at
12:30 p.m. Early release dates
are as follows.
0 Aug. 17.
SSept. 14.
Oct. 12.
o Nov. 9.
oDec. 14.

See SCHOOLS, p. 2A


County takes
over tower


By JAMES REDMOND
TimesStaff Writer


On July 18, .county
commissioners voted 5-0 to
take over ownership of the
communications tower located
on S.R. 121 south near the
Union County Riding Club.
The tower, erected by the
state, was to serve as a point
for communications for state
agencies such as the Florida
Highway Patrol and the
Florida Department of
Transportation. According to
Doug York, director of the
Union County Office of
Emergency Management, after
years of testing, the state has
decided the tower would not
suit its needs.
"Rather than just abandoning
the site, the state decided it
should be put to good use,'I
Yor told commissioners.
"Si ur antenna's already
o0the tower, the.,state felt it


would best serve our needs."
Several years ago the state
allowed the county to place its
antennas on the' 450-foot
structure. The Union County
Sheriff's Office, Union County
Emergency Medical Services
and Union County School
Board are just three of the
eight county departments that
have space on the tower.
"This tower is our
communications hub," said
York. "Without it,
communications would suffer
greatly."
The county is getting a real
bargain when it comes to the
price of the tower. York
estimates that if the county
were to construct such a tower,
it would cost more than
$300,000 dollars. The state is
asking the county to pay $1 for
the structure.
While the county is saving
on construction, the tower will
See TOWER, p. 7A


UCMA hosts
back to school
event
The Union County
Ministerial Alliance will
sponsor a back-to-school
event entitled' "Mission
Possible." It will take place
Wednesday, Aug. 10, at
Sardis Baptist Church
beginning at 5:15 p.m. The
church is located on S.R.
121 south in Worthington
Springs. -Guest speaker, will
be Buck Burney. Desire
Ministries will provide live
entertainment. The church
will have free pizza and be
giving away prizes. For
more information, contact
Billy Stephens at (386) 496-
3685.----__
Anchor
Christian
hosts
"B2S05"
Anchor Christian
Fellowship Church of Lake
Butler will be hosting its
second annual "Back 2
School Bash 2005" on
Saturday, July 30, at the
Lake Butler Middle School
gymnasium. The church will
be celebrating back to
school by giving away
school supplies and services
to all Union County students
in pre-K through grade 12.
Services offered will
include sports physical,
dental exams, vision
screenings and library
supplies. Each child must be
present to receive school
supplies. A parent or
guardian must be present for
children to receive exams or
physical. For more
information call (386) 496-
4603.
Support group
hosts
workshop
The Family Caregivers
and Grandparents Raising
Grandchildren support
group will host a workshop
entitled "Caregiver Healthy
Living" on Monday, Aug. 8,
at Mom Barker's Store
beginning at 5:30 p.m. The
store is located on S.R. 121
south in Worthington
Springs. For more
information, contact
Carolyn P. Jones at (800)
717-3277.

Greater
Elizabeth
Baptist hosts
fun-day_ .
The Greater Elizabeth
Baptist Church will host a
summer fun day on
Saturday, July 30, beginning
at 10 a.m. The theme of the
event will be "A Day with
God's Children." The vent
will feature games, food, a
visit from the -fire
department and much more.
Everyone is invited to
attend. For more
information contact Carlos
or Mary Williams at (386)
496-2818.


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


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school an A grade.
SC "We are optimistic that this
SCH O LS process will help us get -that
Continued from p. 1A "little extra" student
achievement needed to move
us to an A grade," said
S Jan. II. Bracewell. The school is
o Feb. 8. working in cooperation with
S March 8. the Northeast Florida
O April 12 Educational Consortium to
o May 10. implement the program.
Teacher preplanning begins Another reason for the extra
today as well. More than 20 class is the ability to give
new teachers will have his or students a second language arts
her first look at their new period. The school is trying to
environments. The teacher's improve on its B grade from
preparations will continue last year. The school's 2005
through Aug. 4 when children report card shows that only 63
arrive for classes. Look at next percent of students at the
weeks Union County Times school were reading at or
for these new faces, above grade level.
School meal -prices have Students will see five new
remained the same for the teachers this year. One position
2005-06 school year.-Breakfast is being added as part of class
will cost students $1, while size reduction, while the other
lunch will cost $1.50. Both four will replace current
LBMS and UCHS will also teachers.
offer al a carte menus for The library of the school is
students with prices varying also getting a much-needed
for different items. face lift. "It's currently still in
Lake Butler Elementary the renovation stages," said
School Principal Linda Johns Bishop. "We don't expect it to
said four new portables have. be ready for several weeks into
been added at LBES this.year; the start of the school year."
The buildings will help the She said the new carpet was
school accommodate the more just one part of the facelift.
than 950 students expected this The school is expecting
year. _"We are literally filled to more-than 680 students for the
- a4iacity this year,".said-JohrIs. 2005-06 school year. Like
"We are using every room we LBES, the school is finding it
have." has limited space as well.
Johns said another change According to Bishop, the
parents will see is the addition school is adding two new
of seven new teachers. "These portables to help with
teachers were brought in to classroom space.
help us meet class size "We are definitely using all
reduction requirements," said our building allows us," said
Johns. Five other teachers will Bishop
take the place of those who Bishop said she wanted to
have moved on. remind parents that are picking
One thing that will not up their children to use the
change is the way students parent pickup and dropoff area
arrive and leave the school, on the westside of the school.
"Parents should drop off and "The parking lot behind the
pick up their children using the gym gets congested when
bus ramp," said Johns. "The parents use it for this purpose,"
procedure is the same as it has said Bishop. "With delivery
been in the past." trucks going in and out all day
Parents arriving to pick up it gets quite hectic when we
their children by car are asked put more cars in there." The
to proceed up the bus ramp. entrance to the dropoff and
This is the large driveway pickup area is off Fourth
located between the main Avenue.
school building and the On Monday, Aug. 1, and
kindergarten portables. As you Tuesday, Aug. 2, the school
pull up to the curb, teachers will host an open house for
and administrators will be students and their parents.
standing by to open car doors Monday's session will be
and get children safely into the seventh-and eighth-graders,
vehicle, while Tuesday's will be for
Johns suggests that parents fifth-and sixth-grade students.
allow students to go to school Both sessions will begin at
on th Tfir"tda ylitthey will, &-3Qp.mThiswiHbe'wthe only-I
the rest df&ti'year. "-If your time, besides the first day of
planning on letting yacmchildcf sEcho sEi1fddln'll'be able to
ride the-bus to school, let them obtain their schedules.
do it on the first day," said Union County High School
Johns. "This will help them get is preparing for an influx of
used to the idea." students as well. School
For parents that want to -officials estimate that more
know what teacher their child than 580 students will be
will have during the 2005-06 enrolled for the new school
school year, Jolins said year. While the school is
classroom rosters will be looking at being near capacity,
posted in the cafeteria on the it has not yet had to resort to
afternoon of Friday, July 29. using any new portables for
Johns also wanted to remind classrooms.
parents of kindergarten The school will have eight
students that they will have a fresh faces-gracing classrooms
o-different first day of school this year. Seven new teachers
than the rest of LBES students. and one occupational specialist
'"Kindergarten students will will make sure students get
begin the year on a staggered through their day-to-day
schedule,"-said Johns. "Their activities: None of the new
firsT days of school .will be -ipersonnel are in place to meet
broken up." class size reduction numbers.
Kindergarten students will The school has accomplished
be broken up into two groups. that goal in previous years.
Half of one class will come to
school on Monday, Aug. 8, The school is also promoting
and Tuesday, Aug. 9. The happenings around the school
second half will attend class on on its Web site. If you go to
,Wednesday, Aug. 10, and union.kl2.fl.us and click on
Thursday, Aug. 11. The entire the UCHS tab, you can find
class will be brought together out about the many events
on Friday, August 12. From going on during any particular
there the students will attend month. Once at the site, click
class as normal, on the calendar tab. The site
Before kindergartners begin will be updated by the 30th of
class, their teachers and every month.
parents will have an Officials from all three
opportunity to meet one schools are asking parents to
another. On Thursday, Aug. 4,
and Friday, Aug. 5, parents
will be invited to talk with
their child's teacher. "This will
let the parent meet their child's
teacher," said Johns. "It will
also let the teacher get a
perspective on the student as
well."
While there are no big
changes at LBES, Lake Butler .
Middle School will experience
one big one. School officials -"
have decided to add a seventh
period to the school day.
"While we are not extending
the school day, we will be
adding an extra class," said
LBMS Assistant Principal-
Lynn Bishop. "We've taken


away a little time from each
class in order to accomplish
this."
Bishop said officials took a
few minutes from each of the
current six periods, including
omeroom, to add ~-The
additional period. The extra
riod will help the school in a
xew pilot program called the .
continues Improvement
odel.
In a letter to faculty and staff
rinicipal Mark. Braeewell'
expressed his hope that the
program Would bring the


send their children to school
with the basic supplies needed
for the classroom. Backpacks,
ppncils and paper are what
students will need for the first
few days of class. "Each
teacher has their list of
supplies they send home with
the students," said Bishop.


James Redmond can
reached at (386) 496-2261
uctimes@alltel.net


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Support group
to meet
The Family Caregiver and
Grandparents Raising
Grandchildren Support
Group will meet on
Wednesday, Aug. 17 at
5:30 p.m. The group will
meet .at Lake Butler
Hospital* located at the
corner of S.R. 121 and S.R.
100 in Lake Butler. For
more information contact
Mary Barker at (386) 496-
8087 or Velma Chandler at
(800) 717-3277. "


YMCA looking
for counslers
and volunteers
The North Central Florida
chapter of the YMCA is
looking for counslers and
volunteers for an afterschool
program it will begin
starting Thursday, Aug. 4.
Individuals are needed from
1:45 p.m. until 6 p.m. to
work with elementary-to
middle-school-aged
children. Training before the'
program begins will be
provided. For more
information call (904) 964-
9622.



Three Wishes Inc. makes available
power (electric) wheelchairs to
senior citizens and the permanently
disabled at no cost to the recipient,
if they 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.
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Milton and Melvin
Worthington


A health care worker takes the blood pressure of a
partcipant at last year's back-to-school bash.




Anchor Christian

hosts back to


school 2005


- On Saturday, July 30, 'from
12-2 p.m., iu.the Lake Butler
Middle ,School gymnasium,
Anchor Christian Fellowship
Church will host its second
annual "Back-to-School Bash
2005."
The church will celebrate by
giving away school supplies
and services to all Union
County students in grades pre-
K through 12th grade while
supplies last. Services the
church will offer include:
o Sports physical.
o Dental exams.
o Vision screenings.


0 Library supplies. ..- '.
This year's bash will be as
fun as it is helpful, by offering
two moon- walks and other
amusements for teenagers. The
church's own praise band will
be performing. Captain Ron
and his crazy mates will offer
free balloons.
Each child must be present
to receive school supplies. A
parent or guardian must be
present for children to receive
any type of physical or
screening. The event is open to
everyone and admission is
free.


Twin brothers
to speak at
Harmony
Twin brothers, Milton and
Melvin Worthington, will
speak in Revival Services at
Harmony Free Will Baptist
Church next week, July 31s
through August ,5'. Sunday
services are set for 11:00 A.M.
and 6 p.m. Week day services
will be conducted at 10:30
a.m. and 7 p.m.
The Worthington twins
retired in late 2004'after 43
years of active ministry.
Milton served the last 26 years
as pastor of Central Free Will
Baptist Church in Royal Oak,
Michigan. He is a former
pastor of Harmony Church
having served here in 1959 and
1960. Melvin retired after
serving 23 years as Executive
Secretary of the National
Association of Free Will
Baptists, headquartered in
Nashville, Tenn. In Retirement
the Worthington's have
returned to their family farm in
Ayden, NC. They continue in
ministry serving as co-pastors
of Liberty Free Will Baptist
Church in Ayden.'
Harmony Church is located
at 6129 SW CR 239 in
Southwest Union County.
Pastor Larry D. Clyatt invites
the public to. attend. He states,
"You are sure to be blessed
and challenged by these men
of God."


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UNION COUNTY TIMES Page 3A


HEAD-ON
Continued from p. 1A

A report from Trooper
Danny Myers of the Florida
Highway Patrol shows that
Josh Thompson, 21, of
Jacksonville was driving the
Honda. It also states that
Carolyn Coger, 56, of Raiford
was driving the Buick. The
passenger in the Honda is
shown to be Destiny Jackson,
3, of Jacksonville. It is
unknown if Thompson and
Jackson are related. The report
does show that neither
Thompson nor Jackson was
wearing their seatbelts at the
time of the collision.
I Shands is listing Coger in
fair condition as of press time.
No information was available
for either Jackson ,or
Thompson.
James Redmond can be
reached at (386) 496-2261 or
uctimes@alltel.net


Shown Is what was left after this Honda Accor
attempted to pass a rock truck traveling south 4
S.R. 121. Three people In the accident were airlif
to Shands at the University of Florida in Gainesv


Parents asked to be

aware of dress code

By JAMES REDMOND shorts will be worn at the
Times Staff Writer waistline. They are to be worn
in such a manner that all
Union County undergarments are covered at
Superintendent of Schools all times. It goes on to say that
Carlton Faulk is asking parents pants legs are not to be rolled
to make sure they are aware of up. If belts, suspenders or
the district's dress code policy straps are worn, they shall be
for the 2005-06 school year. '.worn in place and fastened.
While no changes have been The code also has limitations
made o the code for the 2005- on how high shirts and dresses
06 school year, Faulk wants may be worn. The code states
parents to be aware of the that shorts, skirts and dresses
regulations, that are more than 6 inches
Rule number 2.25 'of the above the top of the kneecap or
Union County School District less than a fingertip length are
Code of Student Conduct prohibited. Slits in dresses or
states that students shall be skirts will be determined
properly groomed and attired "appropriate" or sa"not
while on school property'or appropriate" using the same
participating in school criteria.
activities. The district has While no "Spandex" or
outlined in the dress code what jogging shorts are permitted,
clothing it deems inappropriate girls may wear "leggings"
for students to wear. That when worn underneath the
includes the following:r .. ,app)opnriate shorts or.skirh._.....
o Attirim hatziexposes. tlhe'. ',.Jpnglasses and all headgear
midriff (back or front). are prohibited on school
o Any clothing with campus. Headgear is defined
"spaghetti straps." as hats, caps, scarves,
o Tube tops. bandannas, curlers and combs.
o Sundresses without straps. There are only two exceptions
o Halter tops. to this rule. A medical excuse
o Muscle shirts. from a family physician or the
oAny backless clothing, administration designating a
0 Any "see-through" specific day will allow
clothing must have the students to don headgear.
appropriate clothing In extreme cases, students
underneath that meets the dress whose clothing is found .to be
code. extremely unacceptable will be
0 Clothing with words, sent home to change. Any
phrases, symbols, pictures, student who is required to
patches or insignia that are leave campus to change
offensive, obscene, profane or clothes will have an unexcused
is drug, tobacco, alcohol or absence from the classes he or
gang related. she misses. Second or
The code goes on to state subsequent violations of the
that clothing and shoes must be dress code will result in
in acceptable condition, to the disciplinary action including
best of the student's ability. It detention, corporal punishment
also says. shoes must be worn or in school suspension.
at all times and house or
bedroom slippers are James. Redmond can be
unacceptable. reached at (386) 496-2261 or
It also states that pants and uctimes@alltel.net


Calvary
Temple to
host revival
Calvary Temple Church of
God in Raiford will have 'a
revival Sunday through
Thursday, July 31-Aug. 4,
featuring sister Linda.
Baughtman.
Services are nightly at 7:30.
p.m.
The July 31 service will also
be a pastor appreciation event
beginning *at.''l'Y a.mi. Dinner.,
will be served at the church
which is on Hwy.121 north of
CR-229.
The public is invited.


Subscription Ra
$26.00 per year
$13.00 six month
Outside Trade A
$13.00 six month


SREC offers
home repair


help
Is your home suffering
from draftiness, leaky roof,
lack of insulation, restricted
entrance or lack of heated
water? If so, the Suwannee
River Economic Council
has a program that may help
pay for those needed
repairs. Assistance is based
on income. Applications for
the program can be picked
up at SREC, which is
located on S.R. 231 jus f
across from Tiger's Den
Daycare. For more.
information call (386) 496-
2342.'


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Support gro
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workshop
The Family Careg
and Grandparents Ra
Grandchildren 'sur
group will host a wort
entitled "The New Mec
Prescription Drug Pla
Wednesday, Aug. 17,
Lake Butler Senior C
beginning at 2 p.m.
center is located at 855
Sixth Ave. in Lake B
For more informal
contact Wayne Gret
(386) 496-2848 or Ca
P. Jones at (800) 717-3'


New legislation
makes hazing a
criminal act
Florida lawmakers passed
what may be the toughest anti-
hazing statues in the country.
,,, The Chad Meredith Act,
which took affect July 1,
makes hazing in high schools
and colleges a crime-even if
the victim is a willing
participant. A student who
kills or injures someone in a
S B hazing incident could face a
j jail term of up to five years.
Even if no is hurt, the hazer
could face up to one year in
prison. Meredith, a University
of Miami student, drowned in
2001 in a hazing incident.
The act defines high school
hazing as "any action or
d situation that recklessly or
on intentionally endangers the
fted mental or physical health or
fille. safety of a student at a high
school with grades nine
through 12 for purposes,
including, but not limited to ,
initiation or admission into or
affiliation with any
- organization operating under
the sanction of a high school
with grades nine through 12."
Jup Hazing includes, but is not
limited to, pressuring or
coercing the student into
violating state or federal law,
any brutality of a physical
givers nature, such as whipping,
raising beating, branding, exposure to
pport the elements, forced
kshop consumption of any food,
dicare liquor or drug, or other
n" on substance, or other forced
at the physical activity that could
center adversely affect the physical
The health or safety of the student.
S.W. It also includes any activity
butler. that would subject the student
nation, to extreme mental stress, such
en at as sleep deprivation, forced
arolyn exclusion from social conduct,
277. forced conduct that could


result in extreme
embarrassment or other forced
activity that could adversely
affect the mental health or
dignity of a student.
Hazing does not include
customary athletic events or
other similar contests or
competitions or any activity or
conduct that furthers .a legal
and legitimate obligation.

LCCC offers
basic law
enforcement
program
Lake City Community
College is pleased to announce
it will be offering a Basic Law
Enforcement Program in the
Curriculum Maintenance
System (CMS) format,
scheduled to begin on August
22, 2005 at a cost of
$1,999.43.
This program will be
conducted at the Criminal
Justice Training Center at
Olustee, Building 3, Lab 3.
The class meets 8 a.m. through
5 p.m. Monday through Friday
(and possibly some weekends).
All applicants must meet the
minimum requirements of the
Florida Basic Abilities Test for


Law 'Enforcement, and a
criminal' history fingerprint
Check. There will 'also be a
Mandatory preregistration and
orientation meeting August 1,
2005 at-8 a.m. at the Olustee
Campus. All interested
applicants need to call the Law
Enforcement 'Division at (386)
754-4391 or (386) 754-4303
for more information.


LBMS parent
night Aug. 1-
2
Lake Butler Middle
School parent night will
take place on Monday and
Tuesday, Aug. 1-2,
beginning at 6:30 p.m.
Students and parents
attending will be able to
pickup schedules for the
upcoming school year.
Monday, Aug. 1, seventh-
and eighth-grade students
and their parents can learn
about the upcoming school
year. Tuesday, Aug. 2, will
give fifth.. and sixth grade
the same opportunity. Upon
arrival, students and parents
should report to the
gymnasium. For more
information call (386) 496-
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Pictured above are some of the items the Union County Sheriff's Office seized
while serving a search warrant In Providence. Items Include: a closed circuit
television monitoring system, scales, cellular phones and more than $3,000 in
cash.


UCSO arrests three after

search warrant reveals drugs


Three individuals were
arrested last week in Union
County for trafficking in
illegal drugs.
A search warrant was
executed July 21 on Billy
Eugene McAbee's residence in
Providence, according to
Investigator Mac Johns. The
warrant was obtained after it
was determined McAbee has
been selling large'quantities of
methamphetamine from his
Providence residence on 43rd
Lane.
In the residence deputies
found approximately 16 grams
of methamphetamine,
approximately eight grams of
marijuana, $1,098 in cash and
numerous items of drug
paraphernalia throughout the
residence, Investigator Johns
said. Three TV surveillance
systems, including three
exterior cameras, were found
mounted in trees surrounding
the residence. The monitors
and three-inch TVs were
mounted in the master
bedroom.
McAbee, 46, was charged -


The Alachua County
Organization for Rural Needs
(ACORN) Clinic offers free rtam-
mograms and annual pap smears to
women 50 and older who have little
or no health insurance. Hours:
Mon.-Thurs., 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m.;
Tuesday night clinic, 7-9 p.m.;
Friday, 8:30 -11 a.m. ACORN is
located in Brooker. Call (352) 485-
1133.


possession of narcotic
equipment, possession of
marijuana and trafficking
amphetamines. He was
additionally charged on
warrants for possession and
sale of methamphetamine.
Total bond was set at $75,000.
McAbee identified his
supplier, stating he had been
dealing with Jody Dewayne
Schofield for the past five
years, making purchases
averaging one ounce of
methamphetamine a week.
Schofield had been arrested
several times in the past for
selling meth and McAbee
stated he would buy from
Schofield's common-law wife,
Wanda Leighann Corbitt.
A call was made to Schofield
by McAbee and Schofield
agreed to drive to Providence.
Later in the evening of July
21, Corbitt, 32, and Schofield,
32, both of O'Brien, were
arrested at the Providence
address when they attempted to
deliver illegal drugs,
Investigator Johns said.
Corbitt was along for the
ride but was knowledgeable of


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www.volunteergateway.org. Forms
may be picked up at the Bradford
Executive Center at 113 E. Call
Street in Starke.


the illegal activity taking
place, Investigator Johns said.
As the vehicle entered the
driveway of the residence in
Providence, the arrest took
place. A search of the vehicle
revealed the illegal substance
hidden in an oil can that had
been converted into a
compartment by having a
screw-off bottom, Investigator
Johns said. Scales, other
paraphernalia and $3,100 in
cash were also found in
Schofield's vehicle'
Corbitt and Schofield were
charged with trafficking in
crystal methamphetamine and
possession of narcotic
equipment.
Corbitt was released from
custody after a $25,000 surety
bond was posted July 23.
Assisting in the arrests were
Sgt. Daniel Wolfe,
Investigator Randy Merritt,
Officer Brian Davis, Deputy
Mindy Goodwin and Captain
Garry Seay.


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


Special needs
children to be
served
Children who have special
needs are being sought by
Child Find, a screening,
assistance and referral system
for Bradford, Union, Baker,
Flagler, Putnam and St. Johns
counties.
Child Find provides the
following services free of
charge to children who have
problems:
information about
community programs available
to children with special needs.
professional consultation
for parents of children with
special needs.
screening for children in
the areas of vision, hearing,
communication, motor
development and preschool
readiness.
assistance in placing
children in appropriate
exceptional education
programs or early intervention
programs.
If your child, ages zero to
five, has trouble seeing,
hearing, speaking, walking,
playing, understanding or
taking part in activities with
other children, contact Child
Find today. Call Child Find at
(386) 329-3811 or toll free at
(800) 227-6036.
Be SMART
about your
health...
The Self-Managing
Awareness Rural Team
(SMART) provides free
education to people in
Bradford or Union counties
who have diabetes or high
blood pressure.
The grant-funded program is
not aimed at low income
people, but at almost all
patients with diabetes or high
blood pressure. The free
program provides information
that will allow the patient to
better manage his or her own
health.
For more information, call
(386) 496-0973 at Lake Butler
Hospital.

Call before
you dig -
be safe
Sunshine State One Call of
Florida, Inc. wants a message
sent to everyone in Florida.
That message is "call before
you dig." There is a Florida
law that requires anyone doing
any digging anywhere in the
state to first call Sunshine
State One Call at (800) 432-
4770. The company's goal is
to prevent costly damages to
underground utility lines and
cables and loss of services to
businesses and the public.
Unfortunately, damage and
sometimes, personal. injuries
do occur because companies
fail to call Sunshine State One
Call two full business days
before they start a project that
involves excavation.
Remember to call before you
dig.


YES
employers
wanted
Youth Employment Start, or
the YES program, is looking
for employers who are
interested in helping Bradford
County youth by hiring and
mentoring them for their first
employment experience.
During their work
experience, students will have
a chance to learn from you by
experiencing a true work
environment. You will be
giving the youth of Bradford
County the opportunity to
enhance their work ethic and
improve their self-image.
YES provides the following
services:
Paid and unpaid work
experiences.
Tutoring and study skills.
Dropout prevention,
Summer employment
opportunities.
Occupational and
employability skills training.
Mentoring services.
Supportive services.
Follow-up services.
For more information, call
Tammy Lux at Bradford One
Stop, (904) 964-8092, ext. 101,
or Judy Dukes at Communities
in Schools, (904) 966-7615.


Credit
counseling
now offered
Area residents are now able
to take advantage of
professional budget and credit
counseling in Starke.
Consumer Credit Counseling
Service, which has served the
mid-Florida area for 15 years,
is a nonprofit credit counseling
agency providing counseling,
debt repayment plans and
financial literacy education.
The agency provides
counseling at the North Florida
Regional Chamber of
Commerce on Call Street in
Starke on two days each
month.
Appointments will be
available on the second and
fourth Wednesday of each
month. The next date- is July
27. Counseling appointments
may .be scheduled .by
contacting the agency at (904)


964-1444 or (800) 245-1865.
Counseling is available by
phone 24 hours a day for those
who do not prefer one-on-one
counseling in the office.
Consumer Credit Counseling
Service is a member of United
Way and the National
Foundation for Credit
Counseling. The agency is
HUD certified and is
accredited by the Council on
Accreditation of Services for
Families and Children.

Support
group formed
for parents
An open support group is
being formed for families who
have experienced the loss of a
baby through miscarriage,
ectopic pregnancy, stillbirth,
newborn death or termination
due to fetal abnormality or
maternal complications.
The group will meet from
11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. on the
first Thursday of each month.
The next date is Thursday,
Aug. 4. The group will meet at
Hospice of North Central
Florida in the North Building
Counseling Room, 4305 N.W.
90th Blvd., Gainesville.
To register or for more
information contact Cheryl
Bailey at Hospice of North
Central Florida at (352) 692-
5107 or (800) 727-1889.


Three Rivers
implements
legal helpline
Three Rivers Legal Services,
Inc. which provides legal help
for low-income people, has
implemented a Legal Helpline
in its Jacksonville office.
Callers will have the
opportunity to receive advice
and brief services over the
telephone from trained legal
staff. Callers will initially be
screened for income and
program eligibility. If
qualified, an appointment will
then be set for an attorney or
supervised paralegal to call the
client back.
Callers can reach the Legal
Helpline Monday through
Thursday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
by dialing toll free (866) 256-
8091.


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NOTICE
APPLICATION FOR
TRANSPORTATION
DISADVANTAGED
COORDINATING BOARD
MEMBERSHIP

The North Central Florida Regional Planning
Council is inviting interested persons to apply for
membership on its Transportation Disadvantaged
Coordinating Board.
The Transportation Disadvantaged Coordinating
Board provides advice and direction on the coordi-
nation of transportation services for elderly individu-
als, low-income individuals, persons with disabilities
and children at risk. The Planning Council is
responsible for Transportation Disadvantaged
Program planning for Union County.
For an application and additional information, write
or call Ms. Lynn Godfrey at the North Central
Florida Regional Planning Council, 2009 N.W. 67th
Place, Suite A Gainesville, Florida 32653; phone
(352) 955-2200, ext 110.


NOTICE
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held by the New River Solid Waste
Association Board of Directors on
Thursday, July 28, 2005,
5:00 p.m.
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Summer
reading
maintains skills
Reading during the summer
months when schools are not
Sin session helps children
maintain their reading skills.
Children can read books. and
still have a traditional summer
vacation.
Reading books during
sun vacation can improve
students' reading
proficiency. A study conducted
by Jimmy Kim at Harvard
University.
Center for Evaluation
involving 1,600 six-graders
found that the
effect of reading 4 to 5 books
on fall reading scores is
potentially large enough to
prevent summer learning loss
in reading achievement.
(Kim, 2004)
Your public library has
programs during the summer
to encourage children and their
parents to come to the library,
participate in a program and
check out books to read.
Libraries are partners in
education and want to see
children of all ages reading
during the summer and year-
round.
So far this summer children
in the three county area of
Bradford, Baker and Union
counties have read over 5,000
days. Days are measured by
reading (or being read to) at
least 30 minutes a day.
Libraries have many good
books to read and share and to
keep reading skills sharp.
New River Public Library
Cooperative used a Summer
Reading Grant this summer to
work with the reading camps
for third graders in each school
system. This $5,000 grant was
used to purchase books of
interest to third grade students
for each library. A 30 minute,
read aloud program was
presented each week at the
schools. Students were given
bookmarks, pencils and
information about the public
library and encouraged to ask
their parents to bring them to
the library.
Books and reading for
children are both ways your
public library keeps kids
reading.



ABCTE offers
teaching
certification
Individuals who want to
become teachers and earn the
respected and efficient
"Passport to Teaching"
certification cab save $100 off
the $500 application fee until
May 31, the American Board
for Certification of Teacher
Excellence (ABCTE)
announced May 20.
Designed to attract more
talented professionals to the
become teachers, the "Passport
to Teaching" is recognized as s
route to full teacher
certification by the states of
Florida, Idaho, New
Hampshire, Pennsylvania and
Utah.
To earn the "Passport to
Teaching", individuals must
hold a bachelor's degrees and
demonstrate mastery on
examinations of subject area
knowledge and professional
teaching knowledge.
Certification candidates can
prepare on their own time and
at their own. pace, using
preparation materials available
from a variety of sources. No
additional college courses are
required unless the
certification candidate chooses
to participate in them for
preparation purposes.
"America will need 2.4
million new teachers over the
next 10 years," said ABCTE
president Kathleen Madigan.
"If you have the skills, the
intelligence and the passion to
teach, there is a classroom
right now that needs you."
Currently, "Passport to
Teaching" certification is
available in the areas of
elementary education, English,
mathematics, general science
and biology. Individuals who
earn the certification are
considered highly qualified
according to the No Child Left
Behind Act of 2001. For more


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If a man be gracious to
strangers, it shows that he
is a citizen of the world,
and his heart is no island,
cut off from other islands,
but a continent that joins
them.
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Fall festival
needs artists,
entertainers
Artists and entertainment
applications are now available
for the 20th Annual Santa Fe
Community College Starke
Fall Festival to be held in the
lovely historic district of
Starke on Saturday and
Sunday, Oct. 15-16.
For an application or more
information, write or call the
Santa Fe Community College
Starke Fall Festival, 3000
N.W. 83"' St., Gainesville, FL
32606, (352) 395-5355.
Applications must be
postmarked by Sept. 1.
Make plans to attend the
festival, sparkling with arts,
crafts, entertainers and a
Shriners' parade on Oct. 15
between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m., and
on Oct. 16 between 12 and 5
p.m. Admission is free.
The festival attracts 11,000
people, 100 artists and
numerous entertainers for a
weekend of art, food, fun and
family activities.
Visitors return every year to
enjoy the fun and great arts
and crafts, said festival
coordinator Kathryn Lehman.
It's very much a community
event. Residents of Walnut
Street look forward to showing
off their lovely neighborhood
to friends and visitors. A
variety of arts and crafts will
be shown, including ceramics,
hand weaving, painting,
jewelry and more. There are
storytellers, traditional craft
demonstrations, a zany
Shriners" parade, children's
theater and plenty of good
food.
Two stages will be set up for
performing artists showcasing
everything from country to
rock and dance styles from
ballet and jazz to folk. Food
will include everything from
chicken and rice and barbecue
to the festival's famous sweet
potato pie, funnel cake and
other luscious homemade
sweets.


Seventh-
graders need
immunization ..
S'Many seventh-graders-for -
the 2005-06 school year still
need immunizations. Florida
law requires completion of the ,
hepatitis B series and a Td
booster before entry into the
seventh grade.
Documentation of
completed immunizations must
be provided to Lake Butler
Middle School. Students will
not 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
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older workers
Are you 55 years of age or
over and living on a fixed
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services. America's population
is aging and mature workers
are indemand.
Bradford County residents
can take advantage of this free
opportunity to assist them in
gaining competitive job skills
and in locating employment.
To complete a preapplication,
contact the Alachua Career
Center at (352) 955-2245, ext.
127.


Jefferson wrote his own
epitaph without
mentioning, that he
served as President of
the United States.


Final Farmers Market for season is Saturday


By JACQUE BREMAN
UC Extension Director


The Farmers Market is
celebrating a successful 2005
summer season on Saturday,
July 30.
This is the last day to use
Farmers Market Nutrition
Program coupons and Elder
Care coupons with certified
farmers at the Union County
Farmers Market., So be sure to
come out and use those
coupons this Saturday.
All Union County farmers
and large gardeners with
produce for sale are invited to
come to the market this
Saturday. You never know
who will stop by and visit the
market.
Last Saturday, Jim Davis,
who is beginning a campaign
to run for the position of
governor of Florida, stopped
by and visited with people.
Saturday morning at 9 a.m.
there may be some important
people from Union County to
recognize and thank for all
they have done to help make
the Union County Farmers
,Market a success during the
spring 2005 season.
Thanks is extended to all
vendors and Union County
officials. An appreciation
breakfast is planned for all
vendors and Union County
officials for this formal closing
date for the season. There are
plans to reopen for the fall
season on Saturday, Oct.16,
weather permitting. Look for
news of the fall opening at that


Shown at the Union County Farmers Market on July 23 are L-R, Mary Brown,
Jacque Breman, Scott Wood, Pete Davis, Jim Davis and Don Hicks, the market's
manager. Wood Is holding tomatoes he grew hydroponiclly.


time.
Thanks are also extended to
Don Hicks, Ricky Jenkins,
Doyal Godwin, Mary Brown


Free women's LB meets

Acorn health second
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services
offered
Women between the ages of
50 and 64 who are
uninsured and who have a low
income level are eligible to
participate in the Believe in
Miracles program and receive
a free mammogram and PAP
smear. For more information,
or to schedule an appointment,
call the Acorn. Clinic near
Brooker at (352) 485-l1I33.
The program is sponsored
by the Mary Brogan Breast
and Cervical Cancer Early
Detection Program and the
Putnam County Health
Department.


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


and Art and Janis Petersen for
taking leadership working with
the Farmers Market throughout
the summer. For more


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


One man can completely change the character of a country
and the industry of its people, by dropping a single seed in
fertile soil.
-John C. Gifford
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information about the Farmers
Market contact the Extension
Office at (386) 496-2321.


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. Fox more
Information call (386)-496-:
4241.

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narrow one-but it leads to
life.
-Paul Fromer
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July I9


LUNCH AND LEARN
When: Monday, Aug. 1
Time: 12 noon,
Where: Shoney's
Sponsor: Capital City Bank Trust
Topic: Selling Your Business
STARKE
BC DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY MEETING
When: Thursday, Aug. 4
Time: 12 noon
Where: NFRCC Boardroom
STARKE


MAIN ST. STARKE OPEN HOUSE
When: Monday, Aug. 8'
Time: 5:30-6:30 p.m.
Where: NFRCC
STARKE
MAIN ST; STARKE BOARD MEETING
When: Tuesday, Aug. 9
Time: 8 a.m.
Where: NFRCC
STARKE
CPR CLASS
When: Tuesday, Aug. 16, 1:30-5 p.rp.
Where: Starke Golf & Country Club $30.00
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When: Wednesday, Aug. 17
Time: Noon
Where: Capital City Bank
STARKE
BC Tourism Development Council
When: Thursday, Aug. 18
Time: Noon
Where: NFRCC Boardroom
STARKE
FRONT LINE LUNCH
When: Monday, Aug. 22, Noon
Where: Western Steer, Starke
Sponsor: Bradford Terrace


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TOWER
Continued from p. 1A


add some cost to the county's
budget. The county will be
required to carry $1 million in
insurance in the event there is
an accident involving the
tower.
County commission
Chairman Wayne Smith said
he had not gotten any estimates
on the cost on the insurance as
of July 18.
"I'm not sure how much that
insurance will cost, but we'll
get some estimates over the
next week," said Smith.
The county will also be
required to perform any
maintaince the tower requires.
One important aspect of this
maintaince is keeping the
strobe lights on the tower in
working order. The lights alert
planes to the tower's presence.
York told commissioners the
county could pay a hefty fine if
the lights are not in working
order.
"For everyday a light is out
on the tower, the county can be
fined $10,000," said York.
"While we hope this never
happens, I wanted
commissioners to be aware of
the potential consequences."
Along with the lighting, the
tower has a generator that must
be maintained as well.
"Electricity powers a repeater
system," said York. "Without
the system, our
communications would suffer
greatly. The generator ensures
the system is functioning, even
if we have a power outage."
York told commissioners he
was in the process of getting
estimates on how much
companies would charge to
ensure the power supply is
maintained. He estimated it
would cost the county no more
than $1,000 per year.
York said he is hoping to
find a company that would be
willing to keep up maintaince
on the tower. "We are hopeful
we can come to an
arrangement with a company
shortly," said York.
While he did acknowledge
the tower was its financial
drawbacks, York pointed out it
could potentially be profitable
for the county as well.
"With ownership of the
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tower, the county can now
lease space out to different
companies for their
communications needs," said
York. "Local companies with
mobile radios, cellular service
providers and radio stations are
just some the potential users."
Neither York, nor county
commissioners had any
estimates on how much
revenue the tower could
potentially bring to the county.


James Redmond can
reached at (386) 496-2261
uctimes@alltel.net


Tiger season
tickets to go
on sale
Tickets for the reserved
seating section for the 2005
Tiger football season will go
on sale to last year's season
ticket holders beginning
Monday, Aug. 1. Sales will
continue until Friday, Aug.
12. Seats are $50 for the
five home game schedule.
Any seats available after
Aug. 12 will be available on
a first-come-first-served
basis. Tickets can be
purchased at Union County
High School from 8 a.m.
until 3 p.m. or by mail. If
mailing in your payment,
please enclose a self-
addressed stamped envelope
along with your check
payable to UCHS. Payments
can be mailed to Carol
Lewis, Bookkeeper, Union
County High School, 1000
S. Lake Ave. Lake Butler,
FL 32054. For more
information call (386) 496-
3040.





Journalism

intern needed


be
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The person from Union
County who is currently
attending journalism school
and who wants to intern with
the Union County Times or the
Bradford County Telegraph is
urged to contact John M.
Miller at (904) 964-6305 as
soon as possible.


If one hears bad music it is
one's duty to drown it by
one's conversation.
-Oscar Wilde




LEGALS

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR UNION COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 63-2005-CA-003C
STAGE COACH ENTERPRISES
INC.,
a Nevada Corporation,
Plaintiff,
v.
CITYFINANCIAL MORTGAGE,
INC., CITI TRUST BANK,
CITIFINANCIAL SERVICES, INC.,
SUCCESSOR TO ASSOCIATES
FINANCIAL SERVICES COMPANY
OF FLORIDA, INC., SUCCESSOR
TO AVCO FINANCIAL SERVICES
OF HOLLYWOOD, FLORIDA, INC.
THE UNKNOWN HEIRS,
DEVISEES, GRANTEES,
ASSIGNEES, LIENORS,
CREDITORS, TRUSTEES, OR
OTHER CLAIMANTS CLAIMING
BY, THROUGH, UNDER, BETTY
LOU HALLMARK A/K/A BETTY LOU
HUNT A/K/A BETTY L. YORK A/K/A
BETTY YORK TROWELL,
DECEASED; THE UNKNOWN
PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE
OF THE ESTATE OFBETTY LOU
HALLMARK A/K/A BETTY LOU
HUNT A/K/A BETTY L. YORK A/K/A
BETTY YORK TROWELL,
DECEASED; THE UNKNOWN
CLAIMANTS OF THE ESTATE OF
BETTY LOU HALLMARK.A/K/A
BETTY LOU HUNT A/K/A BETTY L.
YORK A/K/A BETTY YORK
TROWELL, DECEASED; PEGGY .
ELAINE YORK, AS AN HEIR OF
THE ESTATE OF BETTY LOU
HALLMARK A/K/A BETTY LOU
HUNT A/K/A BETTY L. YORK A/K/A
BETTY YORK TROWELL,
DECEASED; MICHAEL YORK, AS
AN HEIR OF THE ESTATE OF
BETTY LOU HALLMARK A/K/A
BETTY LOU HUNT A/K/A BETTY L.
YORK A/K/A BETTY YORK
TROWELL, DECEASED; VEIDA
PATIENCE ISAAC A/K/A/ PAT
ISAAC, AS AN HEIR OF THE
ESTATE OF BETTY LOU
HALLMARK A/K/A BETTY LOU
HUNT A/K/A BETTY L. YORK A/K/A
BETTY YORK TROWELL,
DECEASED; ELIZABETH YORK
A/K/A BETTY YORK, AS AN HEIR
OF THE ESTATE OF BETTY LOU
HALLMARK A/K/A BETTY LOU
HUNT A/K/A BETTY L YORK A/K/A
BETTY YORK TROWELL,
DECEASED; ANY AND ALL
UNKNOWN PARTIES CLAIMING
BY, THROUGH, UNDER, AND
AGAINST THE HEREIN NAMED
INDIVIDUAL DEFENDANT (S)
WHO ARE NOT KNOWN, DEAD
OR ALIVE, WHETHER SAID
UNKNOWN PARTIES MAY CLAIM
AN INTEREST AS SPOUSES,
HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES,
OR OTHER CLAIMANTS:'


AMERICAN GENERAL HOME DEKLE'S FIRST ADDITION TO
EQUITY, INC.; TENANT #1 A/K/A THE CITY OF LAKE .BUTLER,
PEGGY YORK the names being FLORIDA, according to plat thereof
fictitious to account for parties in recorded in Plat Book 1, Page 8,
possession defendants) public records of Union County,
NOTICE OF ACTION Florida, said property situated in the
TO: THE UNKNOWN HEIRS, North half of Government Lot 3,
DTO: THE UNKNS, GOWANTEEIRS Section 31, Township 5 South, Range
ASSIGNEES, LIENORS, 20 East.
CREDITORS, TRUSTEES, OR Parcel #2: The East 142.5 feet of Lot
OTHER CLAIMANTS CLAIMING 1, DEKLE'S FIRST ADDITION TO
BY, THROUGH, UNDER, 1ETTY THE CITY OF LAKE BUTLER,
BY THROU ANDER BETTY FLORIDA, according to plat thereof
LOU HALLMARK A/K/A BETTY LOU recorded in Plat Book 1, Page 8,
HUNT A/K/A BETTY L. YORK A/K/A Public Records of Union County,
BETTY YORK TROWELL, Florida, except the right-of-way of
DECEASED. ACL Railroad, if any, said property
LAST KNOWN ADDRESS situate in the North half of
UNKNOWN, CURRENT Government Lot 3, Section 31,
RESIDENCE UNKNOWN. Township 5 South, Range 20 East, all
THE UNKNOWN PERSONAL lying and being in Union County,
REPRESENTATIVE OF THE Florda.



LAST KNOWN ADDRESS JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA, 32207

THE UNTTEOFCBETTYOLFu 30 days from the first publication,
HE ESTATE OF BETTY LOU otherwise a Judgment may -be
HALLMARK A/K/A BETTY LOU entered against you for the relief
HUNBETTY YORKTROWELL, writt demandedfens the Complainto it on
BETTY YORK LL ITNESS my hand and the seal of
LAST KNOWN ADDRESS 2005*
STK KNOWN ADDRESS JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA, 32207







UNKNOWN, CURREN T ndfiletaccordance with the Americans
RESIDENCE UNKNOWN. with Disabilities Act, persons with
MICHAEL YORK, AS AN HEIROF the disabiovities needing a special
THE ESTATE OF BETTY LOU 30 accommodays from the first paricipathis
HALLMARK A/K/A BETTY LOU proceeding should contact Court
HUNT A/K/A BETTY L. YORK A/K/A Administration at the Union County
BETTY YORK TROWELL, demourthousanded, Lake CompButler, Florida,
DECEASED. 32054 Telephone (904) 496-3711, not
LAST KNOWN ADDRESS 1 later tha on the 11t(7) days por to the
Florida, 32054WN, CURRENT (TDD) 1 200-800-955-8771, or Voice (V)
RESIDENCE UNKNOWN. 1-800-In accordanc955-8770 via Florida Relay
YORK Y AS AN HEIR OF THE CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
ESTATE OF BETTY LOU disabties needing a : JulialCroft
HALLMARK A/K/A BETTY LOU accommodation to deputy Clerk
HUNT A/K/A BETTY L YORK A/K/A 7procding should contact Courhg.7/28
BETTY YORK TROWELL, Courthouse, Lake Butler, Florida,
DECEASED NOTICE OF PROPOSED
LAST KNOWN ADDRESS: 3217 APPROVAL OF AN
SOUTH HAMPSHIRE AVENUE, APPLICATION FOR A
MINN EAPOLIS, MNake 55426, SUBDIVISION BY THE
CURRENT RESIDENCES BOARD OF COUNTY
UNKNOWN. COMMISSIONERS OF
ANY AND ALL UNKNOWN UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA
PARTIES CAN CLAIMING BYR OF THE Serv ACTING AS THE PLANNING
THROUGH, UNDER, AND AND ZONING BOARD
AGNSTATE OF BETTY LOU NAMED Notice is hereby given that on August
INDIVIDUAL DEFENDANT(S) 4, 2005 at 11:30 AM, the Board of
HALLMAR K A/K/A BETTY LOU D County Commissioners of Union
ORU ALIVE, WHETHER SAD county Florida, will meet as the
UNKNOWN PARTIES MAY CLAIM PlROWELanniL, and Zoning Board in a
AN INTEREST AS SPOUSES, PublicHearing to be held in Room
DECEASED NS, RANTEES, 101 ofthniCE OF PRCourthouSED
LAST KNOWN ADD RESS: 3217 location b Grand Le OF cyLLC,to
CURRENT RESIDENCE, abolish a subdiviOF ion. Said
RESIDENCEUNKNOWN. COMMISS proposed application may be
AGAINST THE HEREIN NAMED Noticeisphered bygiven the public at 15ugust




INDIVIDUAL DEFENorANT(S) 4, 2005 at First11:30 Atre, the Buteoard of
OR ALIVE, WHETHER SAIDuCounty Comisinrs of Union








spouses claiming by, through and Floa, Zoning Board in a
under the above-named through 5:00 PM, Monday through
Defendantss, if deceased or whose Friday, excepting legal ho days. All
last known addresses are unknown, interested parties ma appear at the
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that meeting and be hea with respect to
an action to foreclose Mortgage the ast First subdivision
covein the following real and No, during thf Special Meeting
personal property described as Notice is hereby given that on August

Parcel fendanot 1, except the East adveFriday, exceptlicng legria holidays.Bo All
last known addresses are unknown iof County Commissioners of Union
142.5 feet thereof, and Lot 2, except County, Florida will have a Special
the West 104 feet thereof, also except Meeting.g7/28
the right-of-way of-AGL Railroad, 7......... .. 7/ 2tcfig. 7/28.


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Food Pantry in Bradford County, the Lake Area Ministries in


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PUBLIC NOTICE
Union County will submit the Annual
Report required by the State Housing
Initiatives Partnership Program for
fiscal years 2002/2003, 2003/2004
and 2004/2005 by September 15,
2005. Copies of the reports are
available for public inspection and
comment at the Office of the
Chairman of the Union County Board
of Commissioners, Lake Butler,
Florida.
7/28ltchg.

INVITATION TO BIDDERS
The Town Council of Worthington
Springs Florida will receive bids for
the following project:
WORTHINGTON SPRINGS
COMMUNITY BUILDING
DEMOLITION
State Road 121
Worthington Springs, Florida
Date and Time for Receiving Bids:
ON OR BEFORE THURSDAY,
AUGUST 4,2005 AT
2 P.M. E.S.T.
Place for Receiving Bids:
Trailer/ Office; Community Building
Site, State Road 121,
Worthington Springs, FL
No Bid may be withdrawn for a-
period of sixty (60) Calendar Days. -
Bid Documents Available From:
R.L Reeger Architect/ Roof
Consultant
1931 SW35Ave
Gainesville, FL 32608
Phone/Fax 352-381-9099
Cellular 352-281-5920
Owner will supply one'(1) set at no
cost for bidding, additional sets may
be purchased for cost of duplication.
Submitted by:
James F. Cason III,
Mayor Town of
Worthington Springs, Florida-
7/28 2tchg.:


PUBLIC NOTICE
This is to inform you that Union
County will hold a pe-bid conference:
and walk-thru for the rehabilitation of-
three (3) single-family dwellings in-
the Union County SHIP program.
This meeting will be held Thursday,:
August 4, 2005 beginning at 9:00 a.m.
at Suwannee River Economic-
Council, Inc. Outreach Office, 855:
SW 6th Ave., Lake Butler, Florida. -
The conference and walk-thru is:
mandatory, no exceptions, for:
contractors who plan to bid.:
Suwannee River Economic Council,:
Inc. requires each contractor to be:
properly licensed, carry general:
ability insurance of at least-
$1,000,000 and Workers Comp:
Insurance. :
Bids for these units will be due by:
.12:00 noon Tuesday, August 9,2005,:
at Suwannee River Economic:
Council, Inc. Outreach Office, 855:
SW 6th Ave., Lake Butler, Florida:
32054. Please mark envelope-
"Sealed Bid for Name of:
Homeowner, SHIP." Bids t6 be-
opened Tuesday, August 9, 2005 at-
1:00 p.m.
The cost of repairs shall not exceed-
the assessed value of the dwelling,-
with a maximum of $25,000.00. -
Suwannee River Economic Council,
Inc. has the right to reject any and all:
bids.The bids will be awarded on the
most cost effective basis.
Union County is a fair housing and
equal opportunity and ADA employer.
Minority and Women Contractors are
urged to participate.
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Two Union County DOF workers go to Texas


The Division of Forestry
recently sent two tractor plow
strike teams to eastern Texas.
Each team consisted of five
transports with tractor-plow
units with two operators.
These units were sent in
cooperation with the Southeast
Compact. These rangers went
to Texas to provide initial
attack and resource protection.
At the time, eastern Texas had
a drought index in the 600-700
range.
It was reported the driest
June on record in Texas. Two
of :Union Counity's forestry
_..rangers,-Mark Chapman of
Lake Butler and Mark Hamlin.
of. Worthington Springs, were
a part of these strike teams.
-They went to eight wildfires
e.itisting to a total of 250
aeres. They were stationed in
Woodville and Olive, Texas.
u._pon returning to the
county, Chapman was called
up by his Air National Guard


Unit, the 202"0 Red Horse
Squadron, Camp Blanding, to
go to Pensacola to aide in


hurricane cleanup. Hamlin was
sent by DOF to Franklin
County to support a Logistical


Chapman and Hamlln are seen plowing fire breaks
with their tractors.


Stagging Area for the
hurricane relief effort. He was
then sent to Live Oak to


support loading and unloading
of supplies for the hurricane
relief effort.


Mary "Aunt May" Cruise


Cruise
celebrates
100th birthday
Mary Cruise or "Aunt May"
as she is known to her friends
and family, will celebrate her
100' birthday on Sunday, Aug.
7. The celebration will be held
at her niece and nephew's
house, Dr. Bill and Gerri
Lennon. All friends and family
are invited to drop by and wish
Cruise a happy 100th birthday
from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m.


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Alzheimers Association (407) 228-4299 ext. 106. Temporary Assistance to
Chapter is embarking on an Needy Families (TANF), food
immediate educational and stamps, Medicaid,. Low-
philanthropic campaign UC Farmer's Income Home Energy
seeking to raise corporate Assistance Propgram
Don McNeal assistance for its many Market now (LIHEAP), Supplemental
programs presently serving Security Income (SSI), or
persons, diagnosed with open Federal Public Housing
Alzheimers in our thirty-one The Union County Assistance (Section 8) are
McNeal takes county area. It is estimated by Farmer's Market is open eligible for these programs.
the State of Florida that our each Saturday from 8 a.m to You may also be eligible, for
over SMART region has approximately 1 p.m. The market features benefits if your household
S100,000 Floridians who are fresh produce and plants income-is no fore han 125
program affected by'this disease and grown by local residents, percent of the federal poverty
Normally, Bradford and other dementias. For more information call income guidelines. Check with
Union County residents think Age is the greatest risk (386) 496-2321. your local telephone company
of Heidi Williams when they factor for Alzheimers disease. for details.
think'of the SMART program As'the'population of Florida H io i l In. addition, if you.live on,a
But, anyoi'e wio has tried to and the Baby Booomer iStori lI federally recognized tribal land
contact Heidi in the last month generation continues to SO etand are eligible for benefits
has learned that she has left mature, there will be an soce y through the Bureau of Indian
SMART and. has gone-on to- estimated 44% growth rate in aCC pt Affairs' Tribal TANF Program,
pursue other life goals. Heidi persons diagnosed with Head Start Subsidy or the
truly cared about clients she Alzheimers by 2025. tems Nationa School Lunch
served and was careful to leave Every American will be Te Union County expanded Liueline qssistancelify for
SMART in the very capable confronted by the greatest Historical Society accepts The- Lifeline--Assistance
hands of Don McNeal, DMD, crisis in health care in tour historical.. items for the Program provides up to a
uM tiPHC t t. lifhtine eas costs related to soar museum every Monday $13.50 credit on qualified
..MNea- come s to the Alzheimers cNational ntinue to soar. from 9 a.m. until noon. residential customers' local
SMAiRT program as a retired The National Institute on Items can be taken to the monthly phone bills, including
public health, dentist, who Aging estimates that the latest Townsend Building located a federal credit of up to $10
chaired the Department of direct and indirect cost of on SR-100 in Lake Butler. and a matching credit from
Community Dentistry at the caring for Alzheimers For more information their a maelephoing creompany rom
University of Florida for 20 diagnosed individuals is in contact Cindy North at eir teepone company o up
years. Under his leadership, excess of $100 billion dollars (386) 496-3044.
the' department provided per year. The average family
treatment, preventative care, lifetime cost of care for an
health education and individual with Alzheimers is
promotion services to residents conservatively estimated at As seen
of Alachua, Lafayette, Duval, more than $174,000. per person C r-r r
Pinellas, Manatee, Lake, diagnosed. Medicare costs for CT TV
Orange and Collier counties. beneficiaries with Alzheimers FOR STRUCTURED STTLEMENTS, on*
McNeal has a long history of are expected to iicrease15 TIESin-NSURNCEPAyOUTS
.workiAg-with-nbottgc-Tits-aif6fI_-fi$9T,000,000,000 to more
providers in rural than $160 billion in 2010. 7 7
communities. Corporations which have a V0 I7V
.McNeal's desire is-to help robust business presence.in
people-manage their diabetes Central and North Florida will 4.G. Wentworth means CASH NOW
and hypertension stems from be sent information regarding for Structured Settlements!
tha' fact that he has several the myriad state of the art ..e
close relatives and friends programs provided by our
livi-gwith both conditions. He Chapter. Referral and
hopes to make .an impact in information services will also
Bradford and Union counties. be made available so that
M14 eal is a subcontracted businesses might assist their e n,.-* .... w h e' a
em.poyee of Lake Butler customers and employees. i
Hospital and may be reached We are asking major w' ai *
at 06) 496-0973. SMART is corporations and private w h a t S i th e a
a program of the Rural Health ....vid..l: t e ..p-.s-wih---
a* rtrship-ef-North central cash contributions, volunteer
Florida and serves Bradford, time, and appropriate in-kind
Dixie, Gilchrist, Hamilton, donations. Douglas Allen, the .....
Levy, Suwannee and-Union- President & CEO of the Vi


to $3.50.


Link-Up Florida provides up Pop Warner
to a 50 percent reduction in the
telephone service hook-up Signups begin
charge, to a maximum of $30. Beginning Saturday, June
Florida's state legislators 25, signups will begin for
played a major role in those interested in Pop
establishing the Lifeline Warner football and
Assistance Program for the cheerleading. Signups will
state, recognizing that some be held in front of Spires
Florida residents did not have IGA from 9 a.m.-lp.m. and
telephone service simply be held each following
because they-could not afford Saturday. Registration fee
it. The Florida Public Service for football is $50 for early
Commission (PSC) is sign--u.p-A-fter-Ju-ty-9-
-cortreTo making sure that registration will be $60.
eligible low-income residents Registration for
receive these discounts. cheerleading will be $120.
If-you ha.ve any questions, or After July 9, the fee is $130.
would like to know if you are Parents will need to bring a
eligible to participate in the copy of the child's birth
programs, please call your certificate, a final report
local telephone company. card from the previous
After speaking with your school year and wallet size
phone company, if you have photo of' your child. For
further questions please call more information call Bret
the PSC at 1-800-342-3552, e- or Tricia Dukes at (386)
mail the PSC at 496-2532.
contaet@pse.state.f-.us, or -
write to the: Florida Public
Service Commission, Division
of Regulatory Compli4nce and
Consumer Assistance, 2540
Shumard Oak Boulevard,
Tallahassee, FL 32399-0850.


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


Santa Fe CC
vets rally
round the flag
When the Florida Legislature
passed the Carey Baker
Freedom Flag Act in 2004
requiring Florida schools to
display U.S. flags in every
classroom by August 1, 2005,
the Santa Fe Community
College Collegiate Veterans
Society (CVS) rallied round
the flag project.
The law mandated that the
flags measure 2 feet by 3 feet, -
be American made and be paid
for by private funds. SFCC
President Jackson Sasser asked
the college veterans to raise the
money.
"We thought it was a great
idea and we wanted to help the
college," said CVS President
Jeremy Clements, a Marine
Corps veteran.
It was originally estimated
that Santa Fe would need 240,
flags to furnish every
classroom on its campus and
all five centers. That number
grew when the college decided
to put flags in instructional
labs as well.
In the end, the Collegiate
Veterans Society bought 300


flags and metal wall brackets
for Santa Fe. Almost $1400
was donated by college
students, faculty and staff.
Additional funding came from
the Alachua County Veterans
Memorial Committee which
helped the county's schools
meet the state mandate.
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Veterans Society is very proud
of this initiative and President
Sasser's trust in the society to
raise the needed funding," said
Santa Fe Veterans Advocate
John Gebhardt. Gebhardt
attended college on the GI Bill
after serving in the Army and
is now advisor to other
veterans completing their


education the same way.
Now that they have led
Santa Fe to meet the, flag
deadline, the veterans are
focused on another fund-raising
project. They have-thus far.
raised $6,000 of $20,000
needed for two brigade size (20
feet .by 30 feet) U.S. flags and
a 92-foot flag pole: -


Clements said that two flags
are needed because of wear and
tear one flag is flown while
the other is being mended. The
flag is to be lighted and flown
24 hours a day on the Interstate
75, or west, side of the campus.
"This is to honor all
veterans," said Clements.
"There are lots of memorials for


combat veterans,-but- this flag
would honor all those who
serve, including those in the .
future."
CVS members hope to
complete the project with a
dedication on Flag Day, June
14, 2006.
For more information call
Gebhardt at (352) 395-5505.


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throughout the state.
:The Bradford County
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-Anyone ages 14-21 who are
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OBITUARIES


Ingo Frolich
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Ingo
"Bob" Frolich, 78, of Keystone
Heights died Tuesday, July 19,
2005, at Shands at AGH.
Born in Chicago on May 21,
1927, Mr. Frolich moved to
Keystone Heights in 1983 from
Stokie, I111. He served in the U.S.
Navy during World War II and
was a retired painter.
Mr. Frolich is survived by: his
wife Hannah Frolich; a daughter
Christine Lukashaw of Cocoa
Beach; a son Robert Frolich of
Chicago; step-children, Jeff
Nugent and Melissa Hauges,
both of Tennessee, Laverne
Laneir of Lake, City, Danny
Nugent and Brian Nugent, both
of Keystone Heights, Lee
Nugent and Leslie Nugent, both
of Jacksonville; five
grandchildren, 25 step-
grandchildren and 21 step-great-
grandchildren.
Funeral services for Mr.
Frolich were July 22, 2005 in the
DeWitt C. Jones Chapel in
Keystone 'Heights with Pastor
-James Peoples conducting the
services. Interment will be at a
later date.

-Barbara Ferrell
DOWLING PARK Barbara D.
Summers Dorsey Ferrell, 83, of
,Dowling Park died Sunday, July
S..24--2005, at E.T. York Hospice
Care Center in Gainesville
following an extended illness.
Born on Sept. 2, 1921 in
Providence the daughter of Lon
andEdith Agher Summers, Mrs.
"Ferrell graduated from Union
County High "Scfiool and lived
most of her life in High Springs
before moving to Dowling Park
in 2003. She was a homemaker
and owned and operated
Dorsey's Greenhouses in High
Springs. She was a member of St.
Bartholomew Episcopal Church
where she served as senior warden
and was involved in building the
Mission Hall.
Mrs. Ferrell is survived by: her
husband Jordan A. Ferrell of,
Dowling Park; two daughters,.
Damaris Green of Homosassa and
Charlotte .Barrett of High
Springs; a step-daughter Felice
Green of Nashville, a sister
Evelyn Hamilton of Brandon; a
brother Nevin Summers of
Jacksonville; four grandchildren
and 10 great-grandchildren. She
was preceded in death by her
parents, her first husband Bruce
P. Dorsey; and three brothers. J.L.
Summers Jr., Wilmer Grey and
Enoch Martin Summers.
Funeral services for Mrs.
-Ferrotl -will-be held at 11 a.m. on
Thursday, July 28, 2005, in St.
"Bartholmew Episcopal Churchf
in High Springs with the Rev.
Paul David'- Kidd, the Rev.
George Bedell and the Rev.
Estelle D. Young 'officiating.
Graveside consecration and
committal service will be held at
High Springs Cemetery under
the care of Milam Funeral and
Cremation Services in High
Springs.
The family will receive friends
at the funeral home ,on
Wednesday, July 27, 2005. from
5-7 p.m.
-Memorial contributions may-
be made to E.T. York Hospice
Care Center of North Central
Florida, 4200 NW 90th Blvd.,
Gainesville, FL 32606.

Zenas Griffis
SANDERSON Zenas Edison-
Griffis, 73. of Sanderson died at
his-residence on Wednesday. July
20. 2005, following an extended
illness.
Born on Sept. 21, 1931 in
Raiford to the late Revs. Ernest
and...Minnie Dees Griffis, Mr.
Griffis mosed to Sanderson" in
1949. He retired after 28 years as
a lieutenant from the Florida
State Prison in Raiford. He was
also the owner and operator of
V&Z Poultry and as a member
of7 Pine Grove Ne,w
Congregation Methodist Church.


Mr. Griffis is survived by: his
wife of 55 years Violet Dugger
Griffis; two daughters, Elaine G.
McLoon of Jacksonville and
Margaret Ann Jordan of
Sanderson; two sons, Wyman
Griffis of Sanderson and Robert
Eugene Griffis of Jacksonville;
three sisters, Jean Norman,
.Christine Cameron and Inez
Quiet, all of Raiford; two
brothers, Jennings Griffis and
Vernon Griffis, both of Raiford;
eight grandchildren and 12
great-grandchildren.
Funeral Services for Mr. Griffis
were July 23, 2005 at Christian
Fellowship Temple in Macclenny
with Pastor Michael Norman and
Pastor David Thomas officiating.
Interment followed in South
Prong Cemetery under the care of
V. Todd Ferreira Funeral Services
of Macclenny.

Reese Johnson
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS -
Reese David Johnson, 51, of
Keystone Heights died Sunday,
July 24, 2005, at his residence
following a brief illness.
Born in Nuremburg, Germany
on July 12, 1951, Mr. Johnson
was a resident of Palatka and
Keystone Heights since 1976. He
served in the United States Navy
and owned a pool service
company. He was of the non-
denominational faith.
Mr. Johnson is survived by: a
son Kris Johnson of
Jacksonville; a daughter Dana
Heisler .of Jacksonville; his
mother Rhea Johnson of
Keystone Heights: a sister-Rene
Johnson of Tallahassee; and two.
grandchildren.
Memorial services for Mr.
Johnson will be held at 2 p.m. on
Sunday, July 31, 2005, at the
Jaycees Clubhouse in Keystone
Heights. Interment will be at a
later date under the care of Jones
Funeral Home of Keystone
Heights.
Memorial contributions may
be made to Hospice of North
Central Florida,. 4200 NW 90th
Blvd., Gainesville, FL 32606.

Judy Harper
MOSS BLUFF, LA. Judy
Ann Harper, 56, of Moss Bluff,
La. died Thursday, July 21,*
2005, in the Veterans.-
.Administratiori Medical Center.
Born in Starke, Mrs. Harper
%as a member of TrinitN Church
of tihe Nazarene in Moss Bluff
%here she served as treasurer of
the church. She %kas a U S. Air
Force veterann of the \ etrnam era
and "as a member ol the
American Legion
Mrs. Harper is sur) ied by.' her-
mother Ruby R Griffit of Starke,,
-a son, Christopher Harper of
Salem, Ore.; two brothers, Roger
Griffis of Starke and' David
Griffis of Portland, Ore.; three
sisters, Mary Bridgers of Moss


Bluff and Betty Griffis and
Robin Crawford, both of Starke.
She was preceded in death by her
father Dennis W. Griffis.
Funeral services for Mrs.
Harper were July 24, 2005 in
Hixson Funeral Home of Moss
Bluff with the Rev. Raymond
Teston officiating. Burial
followed in Ritchie Cemetery.
Words of comfort may be shared
with the family at
www.mem.com.

Loma Lugo
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS -
Loma Wisser Lugo, 89, of
Keystone Heights died Thursday,
July 21, 2005.
Born Loma L. Kim in
McKeesport, Pa. on Feb. 21,
1916, Mrs. Lugo was married for
58 years to the Rev. Charles E.
Wisser who preceded her in death
in 1997.
She is survived by: her
husband of four years Edward
Lugo; daughters, Judith Schakat
of Ohio, Donna Roe of
Colorado, Mary Faye Carey of
Ohio, Martha Eiter of Colorado;
a son Ray Lugo of Florida; three
step-children, James Lugo. of
'Georgia, Ray Lugo of Florida
and Edith Tubbs of Alabama; a
sister Hazel Meier; a brother
.Lester Kim; 17 grandchildren,
and 20 great-grandchildren, nine
step-grandchildren and six step-
great-grandchildren.
Funeral services for Mrs. Lugo
were July 25, 2005 at Friendship:
Bible Church in Kel stone
Heights.
Memorial contributions may
be made to Great Commission
Fund of the Christian and
Missionary Alliance. P.O. Box
- 35000, Colorado Springs. CO
80935 or Hospice of the Lakes.
6400 St. John Ave.. Palatka. FL
32177.


Mary Mann
LAKE BUTLER Mar\
Parrish Mann, 78, of Lake Butler
died Wednesday, July.20, 2005,
at North Florida Regional.
Medical Center in Gainesville
following a sudden illness.
A lifelong resident of Union
County, Mrs. Mann worked and
retired from 'the Union County
School System cafeteria where
she cooked and served. She was a
member of the Fellowship
Baptist church at Raiford.
Mrs. Mann is sur ived by five
daughters, Virginia Jones, .Carol
Roberts, Tina Mann, all of Lake
Butler, Patricia .Holly of
Weirsdale and Christina Mann of
Gainesville; six sons, Bobbie
-MintinrLouis Manrr' Sa'!imle'.
Mann, Frankie Mann, .Terry
Mann and Johnny Marnn,i, all o-f,
Lake Butler; a brother J.S. Parrish
of Burlington, N.C.; two sisters,
Ollie Dunivant arid Ovedia
Mann, both of Lake Butler;


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grandchildren. She was preceded
in death by her husband R.L.
Mann.
Funeral services for Mrs. Mann
were July 22, 2005, at the Lake
Butler Church of Christ. Burial
followed in Mt. Zion Cemetery
under the care of Archer Funeral
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Linda Murphy
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS -
Linda Murphy, 60, of Keystone
Heights died Monday, July 25,
2005, at her residence.
Born in Raiford, Mrs. Murphy
lived in Gainesville before
moving to Keystone Heights 15
years ago. She was a school
teacher at Hope Christian'
Academy and Keystone Heights
Elementary. She was a member of
Hope Baptist Church.
Mrs. Murphy is survived by:
her husband the Rev. Joseph
Murphy of Keystone Heights; a
son Christopher A. Murphy of
Keystone Heights; a daughter
Donna Lynn Crews of Hampton
Lake; a brother. Richard Mott of
Orlando; and three
grandchildren.
Funeral services for Mrs.
Murphy will be held at 11 a.m.
on Friday, July 29, 2005 in
Hope Baptist Church with Dr.
E.V. Coons officiating. Burial
will follow in Hope Baptist
Church Cemetery under the care
of Archie Tanner Funeral Home
of Starke.
The family will receive friends
at the funeral home on Thursday,
July 28, 2005, from 6-8-p.m.

Wilbur Smith
LAKE BUTLER \\ ilbur Carl-
Smith, 84, of Lake Butler died
Thursday, July .21,.2005, at the
Veterans.--Medical Center in
Gairesville following a brief
illness.
A lifelong resident of Union
County, Mr. Smith was the son of
the late Carl M. and Lena E.


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Newsom Smith. He retired from
Reception Medical Center as a
correctional officer and was a
World War II Army veteran. He
was a member of Providence
Village Baptist Church.
Mr. Smith is survived by: two
sons, Dale W. Smith of Lake
Butler and Billy Ray'Smith of
Valdosta; three daughters,
Bobbie Jo Morgan of Lake
Butler and Betty Kay Pilcher of
Starke and Marion B. Smith of
Waldo; two brothers,.Sam Smith
of Valdosta and Marrell Smith of
Louisa, Ky.; two sisters; Elmira
Roberts of Jacksonville and
Glenda Smith of Lake Butler; 27
grandchildren and 15 great-
grandchildren. He was preceded
in death by his wife Annie Mae
Waldron Smith, a son Rodney E.
Smith, a granddaughter Dana
Gene Smith and a brother
Johnnie F. Smith.
Funeral services for Mr. Smith
were July 24, 2005 in
.Providence Village Baptist
Church with the Rev. Bo
Hammock officiating. Burial
followed in Old Providence
Cemetery under the care of
Archer Funeral Home of Lake
Butler.
Memorial contributions may
be made to Hospice of North
Central Florida, 4200 NW 90th
Blvd., Gainesville, FL 32606.

Richard Thompson
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS -
Richard Joseph Thopnpson, 16, of
Keystone Heights died Saturday,
July 23, 2005, at Shands 'UF
following injuries sustained in
an automobile accident.
Born in Jacksonville on Aug.
.1, 1988; Richard attended
Keystone Heights High School
where he was a member of the
National Honor Society. He was
a member of Gadara Baptist
Church.


MemoriaSerice


Attention All Family,
Friends and Co-workers
of the Vessel and
Fanning Family
A Memorial/Testimonial Service
for Daniel Vessel
will be held at 11 a.m. on
Saturday, July 30, 2005,
at McKinney Baptist Church
in Lake Butler.
Any questions,
please call (386) 496-0657.
Thank you.
The Vessel and Fanning Family


We wish to express our sincere
thanks and gratitude to all friends
and relatives for the prayers,
cards, E-mails, food and flowers
during the recent sickness and
consequent death of our loved one.
The many acts of kindness shown,
visits and telephone calls received
during this time are sincerely
appreciated.
The family of
Nancy Christ Larkin


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Richard is survived by: his
grandfather Derryl W. Keels of
Keystone Heights; and an aunt
and undle, Mark and Michelle
Keels of Middleburg. He was
preceded in death by his mother
Vickie Lynn Thompson, a sister
Maggie Thompson and his
grandmother Martha Keels.
Funeral services for Richard
were July 27, 2005 in Gadara
Baptist Church with the Rev.
Mike Stanley conducting the
services. Interment followed in
Keystone Heights Cemetery
under the care of Jones Funeral
Home of Keystone Heights.


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Harry and Maryanne Cooney accept the Outstanding Community Leader award
from 4-H member Abigail Crawford (far right). Crawford was also honored as the
Outstanding Senior 4-H'er.


Cooneys, Kramer


honored by Bradford 4-H


Harry and Maryanne
Cooney and WEAG's Chuck
Kramer were recognized for
their support at the Bradford-
County 4-H Youth
Development Program's
annual awards banquet,. which
was held July 9.-
The Cooneys. owners of Old
Glory Feed, are regular
contributors to the annual 4-H
auction and provide all of the
feed for the poultry and rabbit
exhibits at the Bradford
County Fair each year. Judy
Butterfield, 4-H agent, said.
whenever she sees Harry
Cooneyv he is always
interested in the 4-H program
.and what the members are
doing.
Kramer is an avid supporter
of the 4-H program, especially
during the 4-H Strawberry.
Scholarship Auction during the
Bradford County Fair each
year. He announces the times
Butterfield said the 4-H
program, would not be. as
successful as it is without the


support from individuals such
as Kramer and the Cooneys.
Barbara Martin received the
Outstanding Leader -of- the
Year award. Martin is the
leader of the Cokbo\ Up club
and has been involved in
Bradford County 4-H for two
years. She has conducted day
camps and she and her sons are
involved in Shooting Sports
and the Strings Music Club.
Kristin- Griffis and AmN,
LaFollette received the
Outstanding Jr. and
Outstanding Sr. Community
Ser ice awards. Butterfield
said-between 4-H members
and adults-more than 9,000
volunteer hours had been
contributed to the program and
if these hours were gien a
dollar value, they would be
worth more than $170,000.
Griffis .and Abigail
Crawford were recognized as
the Outstanding Jr. and
,Outstanding Sr. 4-H members
for their leadership and


for the auction and4is a.regular
bidder for flatso6f strawberries.
-See 4-H, p. 4B


BC 4-H Family
Enrollment
Night is Aug.
25
The Bradford County 4-H
Youth Development Program
is making plans for the new 4-
H year, which begins
Thursday, Sept. 1. 4-H clubs
are forming (some will begin
meeting as early as Tuesday,
Aug. 9) and there is a Family
Enrollment Night planned for
Thursday, Aug. 25.
Family Enrollment Night,
which is at the Bradford
County Fairgrounds, beginning
at 6 p.m.; gives families the
opportunity to talk to club
leaders and learn more about
all of the clubs and activities
available to.their children.
The Bradford County 4-H
program, which is. managed by
more than 90 volunteers,
provides more than 50 project
areas for youth to enroll in.
Project areas include animals,
poultry, plants, sewing, foods
and shooting sports to name. a
few.
4-H is the community-based
organization> with the
UniversitVy of Florida.
Cooperative Extension Service.
that provides hands-on
educational programs and
activities in a caring and
nurturing environment. It is
open to youth ages 5-18.
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skills, please call the Bradford
County Extension Office at


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meeting dates and times.


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Thursday, July 28, 2005 Page 4B


Stem cells: A provocative subject
A smart writer would steer clear of this concluded that we should allow federal
highly provocative subject, but then I funds to be used for research on these
make no claims for being smart, so let's existing stem cell lines, where the life and
jump into the middle of this_ much death decision has already been made."
discussed but little understood The president's' refusal to allow federal
controversy concerning the pros and cons funding for embryonic stem cell research
of using embryo stem cells in research. isn't explicit, but it certainly is implied
President George W. Bush put the throughout the news release.
discussion of stem cell research on the At the very heart of the opposition is the
front burner when he declared that federal fear that scientists will be able to clone
funds can be used only in the study of the human life and, furthermore, that cloning
60 existing adult lines of stems cells (Aug. will lead to producing children for spare
9, 2001), but cannot be used to study parts. Sometime back a news story was,
embryonic stem cells. We can understand published in which a couple-was planning
his: position only if we define the a second-child to provide a body part for
difference between adult and embryonic 'an existing child, an unacceptable solution'
stem cells..- to a serious problem by the American
The two types of cells differ in their public. While the American public-
origins and in the way in which the cells supports research and knowledge, it, isn't
replicate, that is, create new cells. Adult ready for the cloning of humans, and may
cells are derived from bone marrow, never approve.
umbilical cords, placentas and possibly The 20th century belonged to the United
other sources. The adult cell can be States in the fields of medicine and
cultivated in the lab and replicate itself research. With the exception of former
only. It is a valuable resource for treating Palestinian President Yasir Arafat, who
patients whose needs meet the narrow went to France for treatment (and died
limits of the adult stem cell. there), people of the world come to the
The embryonic stem cell, produced only United States for treatment because' it
from the fertilized egg with the DNA offers the best in medical know ledge aind
removed, has the capability of replicating treatment. However, this situation may be
itself, but it can also become any cell changing as other nations continue to
found in the body. It's like a blank sheet of upgrade medical research arid education.
paper on which anything can be written. In May, Dr. Woo Suk Hwang of Seoul.
The possibilities of the embryonic stem South Korea, National University
cell appear to be endless to scientists in announced that they had refined a
the field, although much research must be procedure called nuclear transfer or
done before its potential-can be achieved therapeutic cloning, a process to clone
and translated into useful products. stem cells in human embryos, aulting the
When doctors and other professionals in nation to the forefront of stem cell science.
the medical field talk about diseases that (Parade Magazine, July 10, 2005)'
may be cured or helped, the first Likewise, China is making giant strides
mentioned are. Alzheinfer's, Parkinson's, in the field because of less stringent rules
diabetes and leukemia, but the concerning the use of embryonic stem
expectation that the production of cells cells. Israel, whose national philosophy
tailored to individual needs may work places high value on the principal that
wonders can only be envisioned at this everything possible must be done to save
-tn. WMIPWl -ot 5* mf-not~iyt0t l, es. i 19 forwa" i1'`4 ten 1celln
.cien j search. .qrkers are .in.dent. research. In-.Singapore. the development
a breakthrough is near for a miracle means of stem cell Science is a national priority.
for fighting a plethora of human ailments. The world isn't going to stand still because
So what is the problem, and why the of American objections to embryonic stem
debate about proceeding with research on cell research. ibidd.)
embryonic stem cells? The question of The term "therapeutic" stem cell didn't
when life begins bothers many people. If it surface in researching the subject until the
begins at conception, when the sperm and Parade article appeared July 10, casting
egg combine to form an embryo. then the. the whole process in a new light, and
production of an embryonic stem cell increasing approval for continued research
requires the altering of the embro. The by a majority of Americans. It could
embryo isn't killed by the removal of the possibly change President Bush's reaction
DNA, but it is altered. If it were killed, it to the work with embryonic stem cells. Dr.
would no longer be able to replicate itself. Suk Hwang produced an embryonic stem
The altering of the embryo is unacceptable cell by grafting a skin cell into an egg,
to some people, in spite of the fact that bypassing the need- of -male sperm and
unfold numbers of embryos are destroyed diffusing the'concern for using a fertilized
routinely in the reproduction cycle and egg, the precursor of human life.
-only-an- infinitesimal number survive to According to a poll conducted by Parade
become a fetus. The good that may be Magazine, the approval rate increased to
derived from research in no way justifies 69 percent, up from 58 percent, for
the use of embryonic stem cells, the utilizing the therapeutic method. "
precursor of human life, according to The research and study of 'embryonic
those opposing research.
those opposing research stem cells will require time and an
In a news release from his ranch in injection of government funds to
Crawford, Texas, President Bush determine the technology's potential-as
explained his position on stem cell well as a change in thinking about the
research, saying that no federal funding morality of the research-if the United
will be used in embryonic stem cell States is to maintain its position of front,
research, but the research may continue on runner in the field of medicine. The
the 60 existing adult stem cell lines. His gauntlet has been cast and Americans
decision was based on the above must join the competition or be left
explanation. In part, his news release said, behind. The world will not stand still
"I also believe human life is a sacred gift because of "our reluctance ,to move
from our Creator. I worry about a culture forward.
that devalheu, life, and believe as your
President have an important obligation to By Buster Rahn,
foster and .aimiuraige respect for life in Editorial Writer
Aierca and throughout the world. I have r


LETTERS TO THE EDITOR'

'Thanks,' to with certain things that have not added into the total scoring
touched my children's lives results. Dr. Sailor inherited this
Superintendent while attending KHHS. problem when she became our
For instance, my son, Tyler, principal.. She did not create iii
Hatcher broke the high school She has only been the principal
basketball record by hitting 10 at KHHS for a little over twqo
Dear Editor: threes in a single game. years, so give her a chance t6
This letter is to inform all Because of me and my concern solve this problem before you
school employees and for my son regarding the ESE go knocking her abilities, and
taxpayers that Harry Hatcher program and by my "making laying blame where it does not
said, as of July 1, the waves" with the higher-ups, I belong.
maintenance and transportation believe Tyler was "cheated" out I have the utmost respect for
director's trucks will be parked of his glory by not being Dr Sailor.he S has pre
at the maintenance o mprkin hours and acknowledged for his herself to have integrity, and
after regular working hours and accomplishment. However, with she has shown me time and
will not be driven to and from all this said, Dr. Sailor time again that she has the best
es hoe this doesn't (assistant principal at the time) interest of her students at heart.
haent's hopea thi s douness n't took it upon herself to Dr. Sailor is honest and real;
happen again unessthere is a personally seek me out at a What you see is what you get;
true need and benefit for the game to tell me how proud she She was voted Foriis whdayou
school system and not as a was of Tyler. She made me feel teacher f the year and that
bonus for certain ones. 10 feet tall that night. alone says she is a caring,
Thanks to Harry Hatcher and alone says she is a caring,
James Watson for doing the Secondly, I sued KHHS over intelligent, and concerned
right thing by all. a sexual harassment incident individual.
Gene Norman which should have been a Title I cannot believe that
Lawtey IX case, but we lost for various someone would actually
reasons. One being, I refused to circulate a flyer wjth all the
involve a couple of students "trash" written in it and then
In defense of that I know could, have be "too chicken" to sign their
testified on our behalf. In any name. In all my trials and.
Dr. Sailor event, every faculty member tribulation with KHHS, I cani
Dr. that was .called to testify honestly say I am not afraid to
Dear Editor: during our trial lied on the hold my head up high, nor am I
.- A few weeks ago I read a stand, except Dr. Sailor. ashamed to put my name in,
disturbing article about an But, I'm not here to air my print.
anonymous flyer that was dirty laundry. I'm writing this Lastly, Dr. Sailor. I want to,
circulating throughout our city to make a point. I want to tell thank you for a job well done.,
regarding Keystone Heights the people that circulated those I am looking forward ',ith!
High School (KHHS) flyers that you obviously pride to a ,wonderful and
principal Dr. Susan Sailor, didn't do your homework. productive 2005-2006 school!
First, Lord knows, if anyone The reason KHHS received year with you as our principal.
has a bone to pick with KHHS, an overall "D" report card is and leader.
it would be me. In the past, I because up until this past year, A.udrev Perry,
have been more than displeased the ESE program scores were Keystone Heights:


4-H
Continued


from p. 3B


citizenship activities. They
each received a $50 savings
bond sponsored by
Community State Bank.
Graduating senior Spenser
Pearson received ..the
Outstanding Teen Leadership
Award for exemplary
leadership skills he has shown
working with younger .4-H.
members and his involvement
in district and state events. He
also received a $50 savings,
bond sponsored by the
Bradford County 4-H
Foundation.
4-H is the communiiiy bIsed
'youtilh deeljkpment pno'& M of
the UniterJiN of Florida
Cooperative Extension Service
that involves youth ages 5-18
in planned learn-by-doing
experiences and positive
supportive relationships. 4-H is
open to all youth regardless of
race, ...color, sex, handicap,
religion or national origin.
To learn more about the
Bradford County 4-H Program,
please call (904) 966-6224.,


Graduating seniors Spenser Pearson (left) and
Melissa Scott accept their 4-H alumni pins. Pearson
also received the Outstanding Teen Leadership
award and a $50 savings bond sponsored by the
Bradford County 4-H Foundation, as well as being
recognized for his participation in the National 4-H
Shooting Sports Competition in Missouri.


Amy LaFollette and Kristin Griffis (from left) accept the Outstanding Sr. and Jr.
Community Service awards from Bradford County Commission Chairman Doyle
Thomas as County Council Historian Kali Hendon (far right) looks on. Griffis also
received the Outstanding Junior 4-H'er award.


Lawtey plans
back-to-
school party
The Lawtey Recreation
Department and the city of
Lawtey are sponsoring their
annual Back-to-School Block
rPa.r on Saturday, July 30,
from 10 a.m.-4 p.m.
The party will feature plenty.
for adults and children alike,
but children in particular are
welcome,, to come in their
bathing suits given the two
vater slides that will be
brought into Tatum Brlvair"i
Park. Other autra iioiis include
a train, pony rides and a
Moonwalk
Godi.-,, like snow cones
and c.rrtii candy will be
available, bur don't fill up
because lunch will be -.;,dj


from 11:30-1:30. Grab a
hamburger or hot dog along
with chips, beans and slaw,
then kick back and enjoy on-
stage entertainment by Steel
Country and Ray Snow,
School supplies and door
prizes are among the planned
giveaways, but you can't win
if you don't come. The entire
community is invited to this
free event.
If weather or road conditions
resulting, from ongoing
construcntin prevent the party
from taking place at Tatum
B';,i.li r'i Pf I', the event will
be moved to the cafeteria at
Lawwy C'ommunity School,

BMS sets
orientation
There wll be a new student
oritention at Bradford Middle


Schoolon Thursday, Aug. 4,
from 6-8 p.m. in the BMS
gym.
Returning students will also
be able' to pick up their
schedules during that time in
the school library.


YMCA ''
founders
meet tonight
Bradford County YMCA .
Founders Committee will be ,
meeting tonight, Thtirday.A I* ... '
July 28, at 6 p.m. in the Family
Service Center at 611 N.
Orange St. Anyone interested
in becoming involved is 4-H volunteer Dawn Strickland (second'from right) is recognized by (from left)
invited to attend. Amy LaFallotte, Kaitlin Griffis and Spenser Pearson.


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[I BIRTHS


Drew Hamilton Manning

Drew
Manning
Lee and Kristy Manning
announce the birth of their son,
Drew.Hamilton Manning, on
May 12, 2005 at North Florida
Regional Medical Center in
Gainesville.
Drew weighed 7 pounds, 6
ounces and measured 20
inches in length.
Maternal grandparents are
Johnny and Deborah Brown of
Lake Butler.
Maternal great-grandmother
is Ruth B. Dukes of Lake
Butler.


!Owen Richard McKinney


Owen
McKinney
..Richard and Amanda
McKinney.of Starke announce
the birth of their son, Owen
Richard McKinne). on July 16,
2005 at Baptist Medical Center
South, in Jacksonville.
: Owen weighed 6 pounds, f'5
ounces and measured 19
inches in length.
Maternal grandparents are
Gary and Susan Bakken of
Starke.
Maternal great-grandparents
are Joe and Phoebe Bakken of
Starke and Warren and Topsey
bling of Kingsle Lake
. Paternal grandparents are
Reba Williams of Jacksonville
and Ben and Lola McKinney
of Theressa.
Paternal great-graridparents
are' Arbella Osborne of
Jackson'ille and Janet
McKinney of Theressa.


Phillips and
Thayer to wed
. William "Red" Phillips Jr.
ai:nd Lydia Phillips announce
the upcoming marriage of their
daughter, Jena Renee Phillips,
, Shea Lee Thayer, son of
Lee Ann Thayer and Richard L,
4shcraft Jr. and the late Terryn
Lee Thayer.
The, wedding will take place
S t the Lake Butler Community
Center on Friday, July 29,
2005, at 7:30 p.m.
A reception will immediately
follow the ceremony.
SInvitations hawe been sent.


Caleb Ward Ripplinger

Caleb
Ripplinger
Michael and Dawn
Ripplinger of Lake Butler
announce the birth of their son,
Caleb Ward Ripplinger, on
May 9, 2005 in Gainesville.
Caleb weighed 6 pounds, 9
ounces and measured 19/4
inches in length. He joins a
sister Abigail.
Maternal grandparents are
Larry and Mary ,Tucker of
Lake City.
Paternal grandparents are Ed
and Julia Ripplinger of Starke.
Paternal great-grandparents
are Raymond and Lavonda Dix
of Lake Butler.


Katherine Elizabeth Swift

Katherine
Swift
Bruce and Kristy Swift of
Cincinnati announce the birth
of their daughter, Katherine
Elizabeth Swift, on June 17,
2005 in Cincinnati.
Katherine weighed 6
pounds, 12 ounces- and
measured 20 inches in length.
Maternal grandparents are
'1Charles and Ruth Jpoi.''fil
Starke.
Paternal grandparents are
Leon and Delores Swift of
Madison.


Trevor Dade Nobled

Trevor Noble
Sid and Melisa Noble of
Raiford announce the birth of
their son, Trevor Dade Noble,
on April 6, 2005 in
Gainesville.
Trevor weighed 8 pounds,
12 ounces and measured 21'/2
inches in length. He joins a
brother Tyler Noble and a
sister Taylor Noble.
Maternal grandparents are
Dwight Pritchard of Melrose
and Elizabeth and Eddie
Parrish of Melrose.
Maternal great-grandparents
are Larue Williams of
Jacksonville and E.D. Boyer of
Hawthorne.
P Paternal grandparents .are
Nancy Noble of Melrose and
the late Sidney Noble.


Hunter Daniel Gathright

Hunter
Gathright
Jesse and Amanda Gathright
announce the birth of their son,
Hunter Daniel Gathright, on
July 14, 2005 in Gainesville.
. Hunter weighed 8 pounds, 6
t fc a4nd measured 210
minchesin length.
Grandparents are Theresa
Russell, Danny and Charlene
Gathright.


Elixson and Cutford to wed
Johnny and Debbie Elixson of
Lake Butler announce the
upcoming' marriage of their
daughter,- Jessica Danielle
Elixson, to Terry Lee Cutford Jr.,
son of Terry and Glenda Cutford
of Lake City.
The bride-elect graduated from
Union County High School in
1997.
SThe groom-elect graduated
from Columbia Counts High
School in 1996. .
The wedding will take place on
Saturday, Oct. 1, 2005, at 2 p.m.
in New Life Christian Fellowship
Church in Lake City.: ,
A reception will follow at the
Lake Citr Women's Club. Terry Lee Cutford Jr.
SNo invitations were mailed. Jessica Danielle Elixt
Family and friends are invited.


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Hospice
benefit ride is
planned for
July 30
The Rock Riders of Union
Correctional Institution will be
hosting a benefit ride for
Hospice of Northeast Florida
in memory of Iris "Ichee"
Griffis.
Griffis is the late wife of
Gene Griffis, a retired
correctional officer lieutenant
from Union Correctional
Institution and mother of
correctional officer Brenda
Gemelli and assistant warden
John Griffis.
The ride will originate at the
Western Steer Steak House on
US-301 in Starke. Assembly
will begin at 9 a.m. and
departure will be at 10 a.m.
Breakfast, refreshments, and
coffee will be available during
the assembly hour.
The ride will take a scenic
route from Starke to St.
Augustine for lunch at the
Outback Crabshack. The cost
of the lunch meal is not
included in the registration
donation.
* A donation of $25 per bike
and $10 per passenger will be
accepted to benefit Hospice of
Northeast Florida.
Contact Cpt. A. Crosby or
Lt. C. Davis at UCI from 4
p.m.-12 midnight, at 386,431-
211;0 or SC 831-2110, for
further information.

SFCC
workshops,
help students
overcome
barriers
Students can get ahead in
college b. getting into their
own heads, says the director of


a Santa Fe Community College
program that gives insights
into overcoming psychological
barriers to a college education.
Senior Counseling Specialist
Kalpana Swamy, who directs
SFCC's "Living and
Learning" series of workshops
and seminars, said there is more
to the college experience than
what is found in the classroom.
"My personal belief is that
studying sometimes creates a
vacuum that students get
sucked into," Swamy said.
"There are other things both
personally and professionally
that they go through. Through
the guidance that we provide in
these workshops, they will
potentially do better in their
academics."
Workshops are generally
about an hour to an hour-and-a-
half in length so they don't
interfere with class schedules.
They focus on topics central to
the college experience


including test anxiety, love and
relationships, stress
management and personal
safety.
"Since most of the
workshops are taught by our
staff, we do in fact spend time
telling them about the
Counseling Center, where it is
located, and we try to
encourage them to follow up
with us," said Swamy, who has
been overseeing the workshops
since she arrived at Santa Fe in
2001. "We try to show our
willingness to help them."
Students complete
evaluations following each of
the workshop sessions and,
according to Swamy, the
feedback has been "very
positive."
For more information go to
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Three
arrested
in Union on
drug charges
Three individuals wer
arrested last week in- Union
County for trafficking ii
illegal drugs.
A search warrant wa
executed July 21 on Billy
Eugene McAbee's residence in
Providence, according to
Investigator Mac Johns. The
warrant was obtained after i
was determined McAbee ha:
been selling large quantities o
methamphetamine from his
Providence residence on 43rd
Lane.
In the residence deputies
found approximately 16 grams
of methamphetamine
approximately eight grams o
marijuana, $1,098 in cash ant
numerous items of drug
paraphernalia throughout the
residence, Investigator Johni
said. Three TV surveillance
systems, including three
exterior cameras, were found
mounted in trees surrounding
the residence. The monitors
and three-inch TVs were
mounted in the maste
bedroom.
McAbee, 46.,- was charged
possession of narcotic
equipment,, possession o
marijuana and trafficking
amphetamines. He was
additionally charged on
warrants for possession amn
sale of methamphetamine
Total bond was set at $75,000
McAbee identified his
supplier, stating he had beei
dealing with Jody Dewayni
Schofield for the past five
years, making purchase
averaging one ounce o
methamphetamine a week
Schofield had been arrested
several Atimes in the past fo:
selling meth and McAbee
stated he would buy from
Schofield's common-law wife
Wanda Leighann Corbitt.
A call was made to Schofiel
by McAbee and Schofiel
agreed to drive to Providence.
Later in the evening of July
21, Corbitt, 32, and Schofield
32, both of O'Brien, wen
arrested at the Pro% idence
address when theN attempted to
deliver, illegal, drugs
SInvesigatbir JohM said
C. Corbitt-~ was -'along for the
ride but was knowledgeable ol
the illegal activity taking
place, Investigator Johns said.
As the vehicle entered the
dri'e:ay of the residence in
Pro% idence, the arrest took
place. A search of the vehicle
revealed the illegal substance
hidden in an oil can that had
been converted into .a
compartment by having a
screw-off bottom Inestigator
.Johns said. Scales, Other
paraphernalia and $3,100 in
cash were also found in
Schofield's vehicle.
Corbitt and Schofield were
charged with trafficking in
crystal methamphetamine and
possession of narcotic
equipment.
Corbitt was released from
custody after a $25,000 surety
bond was posted July 23,.
"Assisting in the arrests were
Sgt. Daniel Wolfe,
Investigator Randy Merritt,
Officer Brian Davis, Deputy
Mindy Goodwin and Captain
Garry Seay.

Keystone
man
arrested for
Assaulting
| roommate
S A Keystone Heights man
was arrested July 20 for a near-
S fatal beating of his male
S roommate after a confrontation
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Just before midnight July 19
deputies observed a man sitting
at the picnic table in front of
the Kangaroo in Keystone
Heights. He was covered with
blood and had several large
lacerations on his head and
e bruises on his arms, Deputy
n Rene Scucci said. The victim
stated his roommate, Max
Duron -Pate, had tried to kill
him. He further stated Pate had
y recently been released from jail
n and was staying with him for
awhile. Pate wanted the
t victim's prescription
s medication and when the
f victim refused, Pate began to
s beat him with a pipe-like
d object. The victim managed to
escape Pate and drive to the
store at S.R: 100 and S.R. 21,
Deputy Scucci said.
The victim was flown to
Shands in Gainesville for
d treatment of his injuries.
.- Deputies located Pate later
g the next day in a home on Oak.
e Brook Road where he was
s hiding in a closet. He was
e taken into custody and charged
e with aggravated battery, Det. J.
d Baker said.
g Bond-was set at $50,000.
s Pate was also charged' on a writ
e of bodily attachment.

d Starke man
f charged after
Smeth lab
n found
A Bradford County man was
arrested Monday for producing
s illegal drugs.
n A joint investigation by the
e Florida Department of. Law,
e Enforcement and the Bradford
s County Sheriff concluded July
f 25 with the arrest of Rickey
Lee Matthews.
d Information had been
r obtained that an active
e methamphetamine lab was in
n operation in Matthew's
residence on S.R. 100. Items
used to manufacture
d, methamphetamine were found
d during a search of .the
residence.
Matthews, 47, was charged
m an u fa c t u r ing
e methamphetamine, possession
e of methamphetamine and.
o possession of precursors. Bond
is set at $250,000. according
to'Sheriff Bob Milner.

Bomb scare
sends
residents
into the night
Residents of the Magnolia
Hotel in downtown Starke
"ere rousted from their rooms
shortly after midnight Monday,
r July 25.
The Florida Department of
Law Enforcement received
'bomb threats involving U.S.
Post Offices in. three counties.
Assistance was requested from
Starke police due to the
proximity% of the hotel and the
post office.
As a safety precaution the
residents were asked to leave
their rooms and mo'e a block
away from the building,
Captain Harveyi Rhoden said.
Once the post office was
;secured the residents returned
without incident. Captain
Rhoden said.
No bomb. was found in any
of the three counties Alachua,
Bradford and Marion.

Recent
arrests
in Bradford,
Clay or Union
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were arrested recently by local
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Jesse Hamilton Tucker, 45,
of Keystone Heights was
arrested July 24 by Clay
Deputy D. .Urban for
aggravated assault. Tucker is
charged with attempting to hit
the victim with her car,
Deputy Urban said.
Phelin Berry, 18, of Melrose
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victims was treated by
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second victim refused medical
attention. While in custody
Berry damaged the door panel
of the patrol car by biting
several pieces out of the panel.
Estimated damage ,was $200.
He was released from custody
after a $20,000 surety bond
was posted.
Jennifer Harper, 20, and
Robert Dennis, 24, both of
Hampton, were arrested July
19 by Bradford Deputy B.D.
Morgan for domestic battery.
Dennis is charged with poking
the victim in the forehead
during an argument. .Harper is
charged with striking Dennis
with a child car seat, Deputy
Morgan said. There were no .
apparent injuries. They were
released from custody after
$1,000 surety bonds were
posted.
Richard Allen Gillette, 42,
of Starke was arrested July 20
by Starke ,Officer William
Murray for disorderly
intoxication. Gillette became
belligerent while the officer
was attempting to help him.
Gillette, who had a strong odor
of an alcoholic beverage,
continued to curse loudly,
Officer Murray said. Gillette
was released from custody July
22 after a $1,000 surety bond
was posted.


David Frew, 45, of Keystone
Heights was arrested July 23
by Clay deputies for domestic
aggravated assault.
Brian Keith Jones, 35, of
Starke was arrested July 24 by
Clay Deputy D. Eshelman for
burglary and resisting arrest
without violence: Jones is
charged with entering a
residence by force through a
locked door. He refused to
come out of the residence when
law enforcement gave him
commands to do so, Deputy
Eshelman said. Damage
included front door screens and
screening. on the back porch.
Jones also consumed a can of
tuna while in the residence.
Theresa Moore, 47, of
Starke was arrested July 22 by
Starke Officer Paul King for
possession of drug
paraphernalia. A glass crack
pipe with residue was found in
a zippered pouch inside
Moore's purse Bond was set at
$1,000..
John Doe was arrested July
22 by Starke Officer Jason
Crosby for disorderly
intoxication. The defendant
was severely intoxicated and'
disturbing residents at the
Bradford Motel, Officer Crosby
said. He was unresponsive
when officers arrived to find
him surrounded by empty beer
cans, Officer Crosby said.
Bond was set at $1,000..
Michael Crawford, 31, of
Hampton was arrested July 18
by Starke Officer James Davis
on writs of attachment from
Alachua County. He may
purge by paying $2,350.
Edward Newell, 41, of
Jacksonville was arrested July
20 by Jacksonville officers on
a Bradford writ of attachment.
He may, purge by paying $570.
.Antwan Lasha Hair, 24, of
Titusville was arrested July 22
by Bradford Deputy Kaye
Sargent as a fugitive from
justice from DeKalb County
Georgia on charges of
aggravated assault and simple
battery with no bond.
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Mobile home
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Deputies arriving at 7476
Hill Top Street in Keystone
Heights found a single-wide
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fire, Deputy J.A. Murphy said.
Clay County fire rescue
engine 10 was.already on the
scene at 3:28 p.m., attempting
to. extinguish the fire.
State Fire Marshal Andy
Redding responded to the scene
and stated he would be ruling
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time being.
Attempts to contact the
home owner, William Carlson,
were unsuccessful, Deputy
Murphy said.
Neighbors said the mobile
home had been unoccupied for
10 to 15 years.


Surrounded by smoke, fire fighters from three different
stations arrived too late to save a vacant mobile home
on Hilltop St. on Monday.


flown from the scene on S.R.
Keystone 121 by TRAUMA One to
teen dies Shands at the University in
e UGainesville. -:
fromI crash Coger's condition was listed
16- arold Keyston as fair as of press time.
A~' uthdieystone No record was found for
Heights youth died Saturday Thompson or Jackson.
from injuries he sustained in a Thompson. driving a 2004
head-on collision on 14. Honda, was northbound on
Richard Thompson was S.R. 121. Coger, driving
:1lon from the 2:52 p.m. 1998 Buick, was southbound
scene July 22 to Shands in on S. R. 121, according to
Gainesville., He received. Trooper D.L. MNers
traumatichiead injuries after his Thompson attempted to pass
Honda Chic collided with a other northbound traffic. The
HannahFord F-150 truck dren b right front of the Honda struck
Hannah Crosby, 18. als f the Bick, Trooper Myers said
Ke e rcied multiple The .Honda- rotated
Crosby received multiple erdockise before
broken bones but is expected counterc rest in e bef
to recover from her injuries, ncming to itch. The Buic
Her condition was. listed as rotated okie coming
good as of press time. rae ct okuseth on ao
The crash remains undeo rest in the southbound anT
investigation by the Cla northbound lanes, Troope
;, investigation bY the Clay Merssad.
Count) Sheriffs, traffic unit -er Thompson no
and no final determination Neither Thompson no
regarding the cause of the crash passenger Jackson wer
Smfaulthasbeemade. earning seat restraints. Troope
Tragical... Thom-'ison lost NIyers said.
Tragically Thorpson lst Charges are pending in the
his mother, sister and cag .eoar d ge t ar
grandmother in a Jul 2002 rash. Total d25amages 000.
crash on S.R. 100 two miles
vest of Keystone. Thompson D+Rcent
Stas hospitalized with injuries Rec.Int
from the crash. Their 'an was arrests
struck head-on by a pickup that a
had crossed over- into the in Bradford,
eastbound lane. The\ were
returning from Starke--where -Clay-or Union-
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Bivins on a warrant from
Columbia Count for larceny,;,
petit theft. A $500 suretI bond.
was posted for her release from
custody .


Highway Patrol Trooper
England for DWLS. and
unlawful speed 92 mph. He
was released on his own
recognizance by Judge Sanders.
Russell' Sparkman, 33, of
Starke was arrested July3 21 by
Starke Officer M.D. Watson
for reckless driving. He was
released on his own
recognizance by Judge Sanders.
Tina-Louise Campbell, 38,
of Keystone -Heights._ was
arrested July: 23 by Bradford
Sgt. Ray White on a warrant
from Clay County for failure
to appear expired driver's
license more than four months.
A $2,502 surety bond was
posted for her release from
custody.
Meri Ann Sova, 24, of
Starke was arrested July 22 by
Starke Officer C. Scot Hadcock
for.failure to appear petit theft
and violation of probation
DWLS. Total bond wat set at


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William Arthur Todd. 49, o',f checkpoint
Melrose was arrested Jul 24 .
by Bradford Deputy R.' lOcations
\W'atkins on warrants from f r A-- sts
Alachua County for worthlesss for Aug usts
checks, possession of cannabis .. The Florida Highway Patrol
and DWLS. He was, also.; will be conducting 'driver
charged contempt from Clay license and vehicle inspection'
County. He may purge by checkpoints during this month
paying $381.50 on the in Bradford and Union
contempt charge. Total bond counties.
\as set at $3,000.


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.. illiam Plummer, was sent to Bradford. Cla i Keystone
prison for driving while Heights area)' or Union
intoxicated. Counts
County,:


Three injured
near Raiford
Three people were injured
July 26 in a crash south of
Raiford at 11 a.m.
Joshua Thompson, 21, of
Jacksonville, Destiny Jackson.
. 3, of Jackson% ille and Carolyn
A. Coger, 56. of Raiford were


Jimmy Silcos. 19, of Starke
was arrested Jul. 20 b.\
Bradford Deputy James Cedar
on warrants s for violation of
probation burglary and
purchase of cannabis.
Tinisha MN. Jacobs. 20. of
Lake Butler was arrested July
22 by Bradford Deputy Stephen


Elizabeth Howell. 37. of
Keystone Heights was arrested
July 20 by Clay deputies on a-;.
warrant for indirect criminal ,.
contempt..
Anthony Nladron, 19, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Jul. 21 by Clay deputies on a.
warrant for violation of.
probation dealing, in stolen
property.
William Parker, 39, of
Melrose was arrested Jul\ 21
by Clay deputies on a warrant
for failure to appear possession


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checkpoints to be an effective
means of enforcing the
equipment and driver license
lav,s.of Florida while ensuring
the.protection of all motorists.

Union County ,
CR-238 and SR-238 west of
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Raiford, north of Raiford and
in Worthington Springs, CR-16
west of Starke, CR- 18 west of
Worthington Springs, SR-231
south of Lake Butler, CR-229
north of SR-121, CR-231
Bradford/Union line.


of drug paraphernalia. Bradford County.
SR-230 east of Starke, CR-
TraffiC 100A east of Starke, CR-2.31
Joseph Davidson, 51, of in Brooker, CR-225' west Qf,,
Starke was arrested July 21 by Lawtev. CR-225 at CR-227,
for driving''under "'he influence Speedville Road., CR-221 in
(DUI) and refusal to sign -Hampton, SW 75th Ave. west
citation. He was released on of Starke. CR--18 at CR-221I
his own recognizance CR-18 in Hampton, CR-225
east of Lamvey, CR-225 at CR-
Leslie Lee Nelson, 45, of 229, SR-16 west of Starke.
Jacksonville was arrested July Market Road north of Starke,
21 by Lawtey Officer J.W. CR-I8 west of Hampton, SR-
Padgett for driving while 227. '


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(DWLS). A $500 surety bond
was posted for his release from
custody.

Frank Jones, 24, of Ocala
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It broke our hearts to lose you,
but you did not go alone.
For a part of us went with you the
day God called you home.
We miss you.
Edna and family


Perhaps you sent a lovely card,
Or sat quietly in a chair.
Perhaps you sent a funeral spray,
if so, we saw it there.
Perhaps you spoke the kindest
words,
As any friend could say;
Perhaps you were not there at all,
Just thought of us that day.
Whatever you did to console our
hearts,
We thank you so much whatever
the part.
The family pf J.L Wilkinson
Wife, Patricia;
children, fasen, Brenda and
Patrick, Greg and Paula;
grandchildren, Jessica and Justin

Obituaries policy
The obituaries on this
page are considered
news and are published
free of charge by the
Bradford County
Telegraph. Obituaries are
submitted by funeral
homes and may be
edited for style, space
and policy. A 1-col.
photo may be included
with obituary for $10.
:Memorials and cards of
thanks andlor tributes are
paid advertisements. The
charge is per word.


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42Motor Vehicles
43RV's & Campers
44Boats
45Land for Sale
46Real Estate Out of Area
47Commercial Property
Rent, Lease, Sale
48Homes for Sale
49Mobile Homes for Sale
50For Rent
51 Lost/Found
52Animals & Pets
53Yard Sales
54Keystone Yard Sales
55Wanted
56Trade or Swap


57For Sale
58Building Materials
59Personal Services
60Secretarial Services
61 Scriptures
62Vacation/Travel
63Love Lines
64Business Opportunity
65Help Wanted '
661nvestment Opportunity
67Hunting Land for Rent
68Rent to Own
69Food Supplements
70Self Storage
72Sporting Goods
73Farm Equipment
74Computers & Computer
Accessories


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PORTUNITY. All real es-
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41 Truck
Accessories
AUCTION EVERY Thurs-
day & Saturday night, al
6551 NW CR 225.
Starke. Slarts 7 00pm.
Will take new and used
items for consignment.
sold 1 piece al a time
ABMO 000 1542, AUMO
0001153
42 Motor
Vehicles
WANTED. CARS AND
trucks, running or not.
Must be complete. $100
and up Call 904-966-
2995 or 904-964-243P.
MECHANICS SPECIAL-2-
1989 while Crown
Victoria's, police inter-
cepior 1 Dad engine. 1
fuel problem, fix both or
combine, clear titles
$395. each or 2 for $600
OBO Cai 904-964-4111
1987 MERCEDES
300SDL. 6cyi lurbo die-
sel. grey witn lan intenor.
nign miles. runs great
chrome rims good tIes.
needs paint and AC

work Steal it for $3.950
Call 904-964-4111
1991 PLYMOUTH AC.
CLAIM. 6 cyl, automatic.
good transportation.
$750 OBO. Call 904-
964-6770 or cell at 904-
769 9454.
43 RV's &
Campers


READERS BEWARE

You need to investigate any work at home and
Financial offers. Be careful and Investigate all offers
before sending your hard earned dollars to these
companies. The Telegraph screens these Ads but
cannot always catch them all. If you have any
questions, call 904-964-6305.


Alachua County tax parcel
07684-000-000, SR 340 (156
Ave.) and NE 10th St.
s1,950 per acre

Sell 212 acres only.

352-376-2541

C. Coolidge Davis Realty


Dowtow


Office Space
That's Just Right!
Good Location!
Nice Building!
Reasonable Rent!
Call
904-964-6305
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30FT TRAVEL TRAILER,
1958, fair shape, price
negotiable. Call 352-468-
1673 after 3pm.
44 Boats & ATV
2002 POLARIS Sportsman
500, ATV trailer & ATV
jack. Only 100 hours,-5
yr extended warranty.
REDUCED to $4950.
Call 904-966-0398.
1990 GLASSMASTER BY
Maximum 22ft cubby
cabin, V6, under .500
original hrs, new seats &
carpet. Excellent running
condition with aluminum
tariler, $6500. No trades, '
serious calls only! 904-
509-1328.
45 Land for
Sale
MINUTES FROM JACK-
SONVILLE. Starke, and
Lawtey, Fl. Alachua
County. 212 acres of
planted pines, $1950 per
acre. North.' of
Gainesvile, :.v SR 340
ir1Wv/ 156-1h AE ) Orn Io
rIE 10th St Go aboul 1,
S mile i.Lck lor sign Tax
#i ,7684.0000.'-00
BRADFORO COUNTY
S13 t ale..: of lared
pin s3 *3995 per acre
Lncolrn, Cl, Rd I SE
' 44r, A.e I LO:k fIr sign
or, rgn i Ta, v 04691 .0 .
O00,r., C Coo,,Jge DadB
Reairy 352-376-2541
FR SALE- 3 acres mosIly
cleared new well & sep
ic L.:aied ,:,r, 2-9A ir,
b6rald,.rd CoJunty 904-
759.63 'C ,or 904.752-
9622., ..
46 Real Estate
Out of Area
WE BUy' JUNKY .
HOUSES nice ones too
, Can clOse n under 72
hours 352-258-0865 or
weruylunKynouses corn
47 Commercial
Property Rent,
'Lease, Sale
.FOR LEASE OR sale Ideal
locatlior, 2 parcels' 2800
SOFT buidmig wirn ol-
lice, Darn. mini storage
5 acres oho tSouth 301
Also 8 acres, panially
clearea Boln lois 3920th
ol a rrmile Irom new
Waiman Call 904-964
3827 for more informa-
lion
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS.
SR21S OFCIWHSE all
AC 2500 sq It Call 352-
473-5174 or 352-475.
1713
OFFICE/WAREHOUSE
3000 sq It in industrial
park $750 min Call
Smirn & Smithn Really at
904-9C.4.9222


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COMMERCIAL/ RETAIL'
space by Starke Post
Office for rent or lease.
For more information
please call 904-964-
6305 and ask for John.
48 Homes for
Sale
INVESTORmSPECIAL! Vic-
torian home on B-2 lot, 2
story, needs renovation.
Reduced to $65,5001
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. "
STARKE GOLF & COUN-
TRY CLUB. Another.
real property offered by
EDGE REALTY 3000
Sq Ft. 3BR/2BA. wiln
bonus room Located on
1 acre Call Donnie
Moore (9041 476.4486
Edge Realty (904) 482-
5000
$1000 TO CLOSE, $676
per monlh Starke, 3/2
corner lot. like new. Call
loll tree 1-866.869-5766
eAt -108 lor details or
w w w c I I -
realestaiesolulions corn
CRYSTAL LAKE ACCESS
2BR/1 large BA, wood,
laminate anad ceramic tile
looking, built in 2001,
$95.000 Clal 352-235-
0156 or 352-284-0340.
NO QUALIFYING Beauli-
lul 3BRi2BA n Highndge
Estates. lencea yard.
$75000 owner financed
win 20.o down Call 352-
795-3676 ask for Ricn.
arad
OWNER FINANCING
Brand new construction.
site built nome, 3BR/
2BA. large wooded 2/3
acre lot. Keystone
Heights area $1995
down Call 352-258-
0865
49 Mobile
Homes For
Sale
2000 16X80 3BR/2BA, on
wooded loi in Keystone.
has appliances. $45,500.
Call 352-468-3221.
FOR SALE BYowner. 3BR'






Relt
35-7-88 1


2BA DWon 1 & 1/3acre,
extra nice, fireplace.
Worthington Springs.
$59,900. Call 904-591-
2916 cell or 904-653-
1656 ask for Terry.
1986 DOUBLEWIDE Mo-
.:bile Home for sale
$6000. For more infor-
mation. Call 904-782-
3883.
DO YOU WANT YOUR
OWN floor plan, but deal-
ers wont listen? Come.
see our Town Homes
built out of Lake City.
Made with 2x6 outer
walls. 811 sidewalks, OSB
wrap,'all 2x4 interior
walls etc Call Mike at
352.373-5428
LOOKING FOR A great
deal get Inih Zrand new
3+2 doublewide for only
$36 995 includes AiC
skiing. steps, oeliery
and set. Call Mike at 352-
373-5428
WANT A DEAL, buy a
Drand new 2006.32x74
4 2 for only $52,200
setup Included. cain Mike
at 352 373-6024
32x56 4*2. brand new
Fleetwood lor $47.9'?5
includes setup A'C skirt
ing and steps Calln Mike
al 352.376-1008
GET A BRAND NEW
32x80 plus double
wide wihn loiW monthly
payments. tO'- down at
4.25 rale wivr no property
as colialeral. $375 per
month WAC. Call Mike
al 352.375-5428
OWNER FINANCING
HUGE 3BRi2BA DW
28x70 on 4 5 acres ,
Paved road. horses
okay, 315C and 21 area
.Deck not tub and pool
$2995 down with owner
linancng Call 352-258-
0865.
50 For Rent
FURNISHED ROOMS
FOR RENT! COM-
PLETE with CHiA cable
provided. all utiiiies paid'
Central location ideal tor
senior citizens with 10:
discount on Irsi months
rent for senior citizens
Rooms with private barr
$95 $105'wk Room
wilhoul bath. $80 Laun.
ary tacilities available
Close t10 churches
stores, downtown shop.
ping theatre and more'
See Manager at the
Magnolia Hotel across
from the Slarke Post Oi
lice 904-964-4303
WE HAVE 2 OR 3 bedroom
MH. clean. close to
prison Call 352-468
1323
SOUTHERN VILLAS OF
Starke ApIs Looking for
applicants. l& 2 BR HC
& non HC apartments


(904)
American 6(94)
-- .- Dream 4.4
;. -,st ,o .i.da,,Inc. ,205 N. Temple Aive.
?EALTC7_RSo Starke, FL 32091


BEAfTIFULLY RENOVATED 4/2 brick
home on 32.9 acres ,ith mature pecan
trees. Screened inground healed pool. Must
s. $695.000. NLS44991 2.
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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/
TTY 711. Equal Housing
Opportunity.
FOR RENT- 2 & 3BR
homes, newly renovated.
Deposit required. Call'
386-496-3067, 678-438-
6828 or 678-438-2865,
for more information.
NEWLY REMODELED up-
stairs apartment in down-
town Starke. 2/BR, CH/
A. $450 month, 1st, last,
and security deposit. Call
Joan at 904-964-4303.
ON LAKE GENEVA, Newly
decorated unfurnisned
S itud, apanment D,:,:i.
and launary faciilnes
aalarole, f375 per
month $375 deposit. Call
352-473-291 9.
RENT-TO-OWN Brand
new cc'nitruction sile
built rome 3BR 2B&
laie w ooded 2 3 acre
lot Keystonrie Heignis
area $i995 aown Call
35'-258.086
HUGE 2BR 2BA SWVMH. 2
3acre CH A Ke/stone"
area $425 mcrnin plus
$300 5eCuri| rJeprosi .
Call 35..478i.2 97
NICE 3BR,26A DW quiet
and srna.le. lot near
Worntrngicn Springs
Free salellile service
rrmarv exlras $575
nm.inlh Call 3664-96.
2354
I1R FURNISHED apan.
ment on lake Alc. 3DBR
MH .ery nice and clean
Call lor more ,rlorra.alon
352-.473.7769 or 352-
235. 1294.
3BR .BA FOR RENT at
.155 SE 4-tin Si. Key-
slone Heignhs Fenced
b jack yard lOIS Ol Scltor
age $895 a m.,:.nri De
posit1 C00 Call 3524 75.
5533 or 352.745-0690
LAKE BUTLER Apart-
meris 1005 SW 61rn
Street 336-496 3141
TDD.TT,' 711 rental as
Ssi rnce lor clual-l-ed ap.
pitcanis 1. 2 3. J4 BR
HC & non-HC access.
sible Laun.ar, ana play.
ground water & seaer
provided EHO
MOBILE HOME FOR rent
,n radorld DW, 3Br


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THLS HOME HAS IT ALLI 4/2 ON 10 ACRES.
FIREPLACE, WALK-IN CLOSETS. VAULTED
CEIUNGS, MUCH MORE $174,900.


1.5BA, nice location
$450 first and last. Call
386-431 -1898.'
2BR/2BA, SW WINDOW
AC, between Starke.and
Lake Butler. $450 mth
and $450 deposit-. Call
904-284-9223.
2BR/,1BA, CH/A, large
yard, all appliances, very
clean, newcarpet, quiet
area. $395 month plus
security. Call 904-368-
0832.
LEASE/PURCHASE,
HUGE 3BR/2BA DW,
28x70 on 4.5 acres +/-.
Paved road, horses
okay 315C and 21 area.
Dck. riot tuo and pool
$995 month. Call 352-
258-0865.
A LARGE 2BR/1.5BA,
SWMH,70ft long,CH/A,
No smoking. $650/month
$500 deposit. Room for
a garden. Call 352-475-
5620.
3BR 2BA MMHON 1 ACRE,
close to10 Keystone
Scnc-ols luiel neighbor.
roo, $500 deposit.
$500 rent Call 352-4'5-
6260. ,

51 Lost &
Found
LOST STAFFSHIRE Ter.
rner 07 24'05. Raiford,
near Sapp Cemeiary Rd
Tar, and wrhie male, an
swers to HD. please call
386-4131-1980 it oundi

52 Animals &
Pets
AKCAMERICANSlaHlshre
Terriers 13 weeks old. 2
available lor $450. Also
2, blue lawns and 7 blues.
ready 08119'2005. $600
to $800 eacr, Call 352-
468-295.9
TWO MONTANA Mustang
geadings. 4 a 5 yrs old.
Not Droke, $850 lor both
or 1rade for yearning Call
386 496-1215 after
6pm
CHICKENS/PURE Dreed
Rnode Island reds $5
Chinese ring neck
pheasans $3. aduii pea-
cocks quail, ducks
geese Call ar.yime 352-
494-1028
WIRELESS DOG FENCE
New in box Drand is
PeiSale never used.


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S8.9 ACRES IN AKE BUTLER-


planted pines, open areas, well
and outbuilding. $89,900.

5 ACRE TRACT, well septic,
power pole. Planted pines,
open areas in Lake Butler.
$55,000. -


IBEALTIFUL ALL BRICK 2BR HOME in NEW CONSTRUCTED HUME in
Hamplon Oaks. Home is handicap convenient Starke location. SplitNI MB with
equipped fith 36" doors and % wheelchair walk-in closet. Fully equipped kitchen and
accessible shower. $142.000. MLS9248775. inside laundry. $U7,000. MLS#249861. |


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4 bedroom/2 bath 2,280 sq. ft.

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Delivery Set-up 5-ton A/ *lh heal
pump. siimng and deliuxe steps


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does not require digging
or putting down a fence.
Paid $300 at
PetSupermarket, will
sacrifice for $200.
Please call Chris or
Angie at 904.964.-5918
._CHICKENS -PURE
BREED Rhode Island
Reds -S5, chinese ring
neck pheasants $3,
adult peacocks, quail,
ducks, and geese. Call
anytime 352-494-1028.
REG. QUARTER HORSE,
trail rides or barrel race.
ii do anyining, Deaul,-
ful norse $1500 firm I
Call 386&623-4925
2- 8 WEEK OLD, male
white pekingese/
maltese puppies $100
each, 352-468-3705
53 Yard Sales
HUGE SELECTION OF
collectable items, include.
ing albums casselttes.
CD s, lots of Drass items,
assonedfurniture & ap-
pliances. chest freezer,
microwave, small relng.
eralor. carpel, windows.
aoors. Iools. cement
mixer. cnaip saw, lots of
clothing ana toys. Most
items inside air condi-
tioned area Come-ran.
or shine. Follow signs on
HWY 230 & 230A to
1706 SE 150in St (old
Wilson Rd). Thursday,
Fnday & Saturday from
8am to 3pm
MULTI FAMILY YARD
SALE, 8am ti dark, 655
SW 163rd St. Starke
Baby Grand, furniture.
iools, and misc Off ot
100 lust after Crosby
LaKe Rd 904-964-2338
DON'T MISS THE most
awesome garage sale of
the year! Saturday, July
30 from 8am to noon. At
B.J Foisler's house
down by the lake al 360
NW 3rd St, Lake Butler
Massive amounts of
clothes (adults to ba-
bres). plants,
nousewaies loys appli-
ances videos. Come
and get me bargains ga
iorel Everyone come.
YARD SALE JULY 30
8am to 1pm 9872
Temple Ave. Hampton,
(CR221) It rain next Sat-
urday
YARD SALE. FRI., JULY
29. 9am titl at 635 N
Cnurcn St., Star. e


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YARD SALE, 8AM until.
417 E Call St, across
from Roys Grocery. Fur-
niture, clothes, baby &
kitchen accessories and
more. '
CARPORT SALE, Fri &
Sal, 8 30am to 4pm.
Glassware, lamps,
dishes, pots,
collectables, rocking
chairs, end tables, book
cases, microwaves,.
paintings, mirror, videos,
perfume, .ironing board,
cookie jars, steins,
punch bow set, and.
much more. 1303 W
Pratt St. (off 301 by
Granny's).
MULTI FAMILY YARD
sale, Fri & Sat, 8am to
1pm, corner of SR231
and VFW, Lake Butler.
BIG YARD SALE, July 28-
29, Sam to 5pm. Dinette
set, 42" big screen TV,
clothes chest draw. ect.
To much to list I rain
cancel. Lawtey CR
125Woff of301, 1 mile.
YARD SALE AT 819 W
Pratt St., Sat-only, 8am
to 2pm 2 stainless steel
rabies. cemeni lc.cks
glassware washing ma-
crhine lots more
YARD SALE. FRI & Salt.
Sam o '" Crosby Lake
YARD SALE 15207 SE
25TH Lane (off 01 Call
St, 230)
HUGE SALE, FRI & Sat
8am to 3pm 12566 US
301 Soulr, lust past
Crosevly Trailers
MULTI FAMILY YARD
SALE, Saturday only,
8am Io 1313 West
Pratt Sr Household
cnhIdrens and 'baby
items.
SATURDAY SAM house
behin a Noegels AuIO
Women & cnldrens
Clothes shoes col.
lecioDies nousenold la
dies Scni%,nn bDke. 20'
TV dining able cnarac
ter oed sneels DVDs &
more No early Dirds
please rain orsnine
54 Keystone
Yard Sale
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
multi family yard sale Fr.
& Sat, 8am i 12pm LOIS
of baby items. exercise
equipment cloinme turn
and misc .erns. 6189
CR 352.
HUGE RUMMAGE SALE'
Fnday. July 29 9am 10
4pm, Saturday. July 30,
our "dollar a Dag" day
9am until noon. Commu-
nity Church Fellowship
Hall. behind Ace Haid-
%%are
YARD SALE. SATURDAY.
July 30. 8am to Ipm
Cloin.ng ladull &
chiloarens) lurnilure and
Dooks 1317 Cnalaugua
Way. Keystone Hgls
nexl to Women's Cluoi
MdiVNG-FINAL SALEl 2

Melrose oil of SR26
West to 221 St. 1 mile
follow signs to 7615
222St Fumiture nouse-
wares linens. 3 wneel
lark. Pounad/Couniry Van
# and more. Call 352-514-
6238
INDOOR SALE FRI & Sat,
July 29 & 30, 9am to-
2pm Lots of great stuff,
HWY 26, Meirose. next
to coffee shop
A N T I 0 U E S
GRAMAPHONE, picture
frames, deer head.
wicker, oak office chair,
tools housewares. Fr, 7
sal 8am io noon 6302
CR 214.
55 Wanted
ROOMMATE WANTED to
snare large Inree bed-
room house with iwo
others. Access to lake'
Winnolt $300' month.
no utilities 1352) 475-
2172 speak to Carolyn
WANTED. Two to five
acres in Keystone
Heignts area, for single
family home No Real-
lors please .Call 352-
475-3840
HANDYMAN LOOKING
for unwanted used or
lunk lawn equipment for
Pickup or purchase. Call
3864-196-8431


57 For Sale
KENMORE WASHER and
dryer, new type $100
and up each, electric
stove, written guarantee.
free local delivery. For
appointments, call 904-
964-8801.
BED-QUEEN orthopedic
Pillowtop mattress and
box. Name brand, new in
plastic, with warranty.
Can deliver. Sacrifice,
$140. call 352-372-
8588.
FOR SALE- Queen bed,
double bed, couch, large
chair, entertainment cen-
ter, small round table,
gas range and gas wa-
ter heater, 78 Lincoln
and boat with motor and
trailer. Also MH and
Camperfor rent. Raiford.
Call 386-431-1200.
BED-KING SIZE Pillowtop
mattress and boxspring
with manufactures war-
ranty. Brand new still in
plastic. Can deliver. Sell
for $200. Call 352-372-
7490.
COLDSPOT REFRIG-
ERATOR age unknown;.
heeds cosmetics but
works great. $100 BO.
Call 352-475-2822.
BEDROOM SET 7 piece
.Gorgeous cherry queen/
king bed, dresser, mirror,
2 nighisiands chest
availaDble. dovetai con-
slruction New still in
boxes. Retail $5200,
Sacrifice for $1400. 352-
377-9846.
DINING ROOM SUITE-
beautiful cherry lable 6
cnippendale cars and
lignlea hucrh and cu"fei
Brand new sill Doxea
Can deliver. Retail
S$5800, sacrifice $1IU00'
352-377-9846 .
MATTRESS TWIN sets
$89. lull sets $129.
Queen seIs $159. King
sels$189 Manress Fac.
tory 441 East Browniee
St Carpets also- large
room size pieces Save
a lot Casr, and carry.
Call Sonia al 352473-
7173 or 904-964-3888
PILLOW TOP MATTRESS
sale. You can save on
nal.onal brands Shop
irsi inen compare Funll
piilowtop sets $299
queen pillowlop sets
$399, King $499
Memory foam sets as on

TV- too low to aoverlse
Call 352-473-7173 or
904-.964-3888
ANTIQUE MAPLE Ded
room suite Full bed
nignboy, dresser wiln
mirrOr and nignlslana
$695 Baby changing


table $20. Call 352-373-
6774.
FIBERGLASS BED LINER
by ARE fits 1997 to 2004
Ford F150 sport-side,
short wheel base. $300.
Call 904-964-8702 after
6pm.
GREEN VALENCIA Pea-
nuts for sale. $22 per
bushel. Call 386-752-
3434.
WIRELESS DOG FENCE.
New in box, brand is
PetSafe, never used,
does not require digging
or putting down a fence.
Paid $300 at
PetSupermarket, will
sacrifice for $200.
*Please call Chris' or
Angie at 904-964-5918.
THOMAS THE TANK En-
gine playable. Has 6
plastic containers under-
neath for toy storage.
Brand is Imaginarium,
gently used, price when
new is $199 asking $60.
Please call Chris or,
Angie at 904-964-5918.
ain track, etc available
for additional $20. !_j
15 FOOT ROUND above
ground pool, excellent
condition, 2 yrs old with
deck. Couch, chair, cof-
fee table, wall pictures.
Call 386-965-4569. .
MATCHING COUCH
io.jeyeal & :rair good
cc .-al,-nf200 gaIsslop


FOR SALE
5 pc. Queen
Bedroom Suite
w/mattresses
$395
4 pc. Living Room
Suit
$395
Wood Fireplace
Mantel $45'
Dinette $75,
Twin Bed
wlmattress
$65
Daybed White Metal
wlmattress
$75
New Toddler Bed
$45
Guitar $30
New 2-pc. Rolling
Luggage
$25
Call 8:00 am 5 pm
904-368-0065


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* Construction/Perm loans with one-Ume closing
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* Up to10107% financing -
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* LOw refinance and
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rates
* Low rates for
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modular homes
* Cbhristan-owned & Jeremy Crawford,
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Sunday, July 31, From 1 4 PM

Shady Oaks Subdivision in Brooker

NEW CONSTRUCTION

by AB Adams Construction


Berber carpet in great room and bedrooms. Vaulted ceilings, plant shelf. Ceiling
fans throughout and pickled oak cabinets in kitchen and baths. Privacy fencing,
screened back patio, and extensive landscaping with sprinkler system.


Only $155,000!


Only 17 lots available for
construction. Bring your
own house plans or choose
from one of our floor plans.
. Will build to suit your specs!


(. Prudential

Preferred
Properties
ol Gainesville


Tom McDavid
(352) 317-1786
(352)373-3132


atble withll I lUing chai i
$150, BR suite w/
dresser, mirror, chest of
drawers, night stand,
double mattress & box
spring $190,. washing
machine $75. Local de-
livery availabJe. Call
904-964-6799 or 904-
364-7690.
NEARLY NEW 56" SOFA,
bed, blue & beige plaid
$150. Call 352-473-
8835.
2 MATCHING TWIN pine
beds. 4 post canon ball.
with night stand, excel-
lent condition. NO mat-
tresses, all for $100 Call
904.964-4011
GOATS (BILLY'S) for
sale, 3 months old, $40
each. Call 904-964-2215
after 5pm.
TRAMPOLINE 4-SALE,
spring covers, good
shape. $100 OBO. .Call
904-964-2301.
"KIDS ROOMS TO GO"
loft bunk beds with
draweres and desk,desk
chair, chest of drawers,
maple finish, excellent
condition. Original cost
$1600 plus Asking
$800. Call 352-475-
,3126.

58 Child /Adult
'Home Care
I AM LOOKING FOR a
position caring lor me
elderly and or disabled In
iheir home Call 904-
964-2793
ARE YOU LOOKING for
more affordabaie chia
rare9 Keyslone Heignits
by ,cnool, in my nome
Meals. activilies ana
play yard For more in,
formation call Kanie or
Lauren al 386-244
6517
59 Personal
Services
BRADFORD HOME repair
and panting Painting
ana nome repair special.
,st. license .477 Free


estimates., Lso vai wA-wo
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.
CUSTOM CUTSLawn &
Landscape, customized
lawn4care, sod', trim-
ming, landscape'design.
Reasonable rates, free
estimates Commercial
& residential L;censed
and insured Call 386-
4.96 2820 II no answer
please leave message
J & P HOME SERVICES,
home irepars. painting &
more Local references
available Reasonable
raies Call Johnny or
Pam a31 352-473.2344-1
RECEIVE CASH lor
owner iinarice mortgage
noies cooun senlements
& annuilies Call or write
for more information
t352) 283 6118, Po Box
263 Railord. Fl 32083-
JOES FENCING. Resi-
deni-al commercial, in
dusirial 25 years
experience Discount
prices 352) 225-2374
SKIPPi CRAWFORD
Consiruciion'. remooel-
ing porc.:es a'nr decks
Free esi.males Call
904-219-1537


Keystone Hauling &

Handyman Service, LLC


*Carpenhty
*Hmne Rqixir
* Psure Wasing
*OddeJobs
* Yard Work
SCaidm Ro-TIng
*L kensd& bnrxld


*Bui Hog owing -
*lTeeTrmmin& Ranoem
.*SilOea.nUp
* Trash Repmalo-. ,
* Pine Bank & Cypress uids
* Firewood For Sale
* Free Esimates


Ow'ner Kernr hirford


1[ -Mll' bile: 5l -456


HOME using a builders
plan? .75.S/F will get
your custom home
plans, your way! Call
352-478-2227.
TLC CLEANING. I will
clean your home or
small business Depend-
able, nonesl. aria
through. Call' Tabetha
Sellers at 352-473-2218.
PASTURE MOWING $30
hour, backhoe work $45
hour. 30 years experi-
ence. Call Lyndel at 904-
838-8069 or 904-782-
3897.
62 Vacation /
Travel
HORSESHOE BEACH
Rentals on canal.
House and dock accom-
modates up to 3 boats,
sleeps 8. FulL-kitchen,
private. $125/day. Ad-
ditional apt rental with
55' dock, fish cleaning
station, sleeps 6, half-
kitchen $95/day. Addi-
tional rentals. Call Tina
at 352-498-5768. '
64 Business
Opportunity
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
904-626-3357 or visit me
on the weD ai
wwwlebursiMOldwideoonv
rpetry
65 Help
Wanted
RETAIL HELP NEEDED.
entry level positions
available. Call 352-258.
8324
CNA-40 HOUR Week rate
negotiable Apply
Penney Rentirement
Community. 800-638-
3138 extension 114
D F.W and E O.E
GET YOUR 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 guatan-
teedl Stuff envelopes.
FT/PT no experience
necessary. For more in-
formation call 386-462-
9301.
DISCOVER HOW ANY--
ONE can earn $25 $50.
even $100 or more in as
little as 2-3 minutes per
aay taking easy "No-
Brainer" surveys Start
today http /I
clickbank. nel/
?eountrymom/sponllne.
LAUNDRY/MAINTE-
NANCE position Super-
vise. coordinate daily
production and provide
preventive maintenance
in dry cleaning plant
Must have valid DL, ex-
cellient attendance &
punctuality record. Appli-
cations at New Method.
311 N Temple, Starke
NO PHONE CALLS
PRODUCTION WORK-
ERS needed for fast
pace growing com-
pany. apply in person
9am to 4pm, Mon Fn
*@ 10858 SE SR 221,
Hampton Call for direc-
lions 352-468-2455
COUNTER/CUSTOMER
service position Must be
oondabie with good al-
tendance and punclual-
ily records. Applications
available al New Method
Cleaners. 311 N
Temple. Starke. NO
PHONE CALLS'
TIRED OF COMMUTING
to Gainesville or Jack-
sonvlrle7 Professional
Environmental Consult.
ant seeks an ofhce as
sistant Must nave word
processing experience,
organizational skills,


document preparation,
and some knowledge of
- excel and accounting
software required.
Pleasant work environ-
ment. Salary based on
expenence, ($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-
elits Call Ernie or Kayla
for details 866-781-
2245.
TWO FULL TIME POSI-
TIONS. COOk (AM & PM
shifts). floater (Cook
saladibake, disn room
duties). and one part
time Kitchen utility'disn-
washer position. Good
working conditions and
excellent benefits. Apply
Penney Retirement
Community. 800-638-
3138 or 904-284-8200
DFWP & EOE
ATTENDANT 40 week.
11pm to 7am, 1 yr exp
caregiver. Ability to work
with the elderly. CNA
preferred. Rate nego-
tiable Apply Penney
Retirement Communtity.
800-638-3138 or 904-
284-8590 or 904-284-
8531. D FW.P and
E.O.E.
LINE COOKS, Full & part
lime, good pay & oen-
efits with experience.
Apply in person at
Johnnys Bar-B.O. 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.


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mentally disabled indi-
viduals in group home In
Starke, $7 per hour plus
benefits EOE Call 904-
-964-8082
SHOP HELP NEEDED, lull
time 40 hours week. Ap
ply in person at U S Body
Source, 1.5 miles South
of Hampton on CR 325.
HELP WANTED- Con-
struction Contractor and
sub-contractors several
openings in various ar-
eas of building (framing,
finish, roofing concrete'
block. plumbing. electn
cal & siding) musl have
experience in one or
more of construction
phases. own tools and
transportation Call 352.
258-0865.
LAWN WORKER
NEEDED, 1 or 2 months
exp preferred, Dut will
train a reliable hard
worker CaiiLarry at 352-
473-2542
PROFESSIONAL DRIV-
ERS. $1000 new fnre
bonus for experienced
drivers Call about dry
bulk and flatbed posi-
tions at our Newberry
terminal. 866-300-8759
INSTALLERS NEEDED.
for carpel and vinyl. Call
352.473-6610.
IRRIGATION & Landscape
help needed, full lime,
great staring pay. Call
904-759-6073 or 904-
291 0622
LAKE BUTLER APART-
MENTS, maintenance
position availaDle, 32
hours w/benehils Expe-
rience in. plumbing,
electrical. carpentry,
painting/sheetrock re-
pair. Drug tree work-
place. must have valia
DL and transponalion
Some travel required
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Classified Ads -where one call does it all! 473-2210


send resume to 1005
SW Sixth St, Lake But-
ler, Fl 32054. Equal Op-
portunity Employer.
SURVEY CREW CHIEF
for land survey business.
Must have 5 years expe-
rience. Call 904-964-
6708.
FINISH MTR GRADER
operators needed.
DFWP/EOE. 904-964-
2019.
EXPIERENCED PIPE
FOREMEN needed im-
mediately for local utility
contractor. DFWP/EOE.
Call 904-964-2019.
PART TIME CHURCH
Custodian needed. Eff.
knowledge of cleaning
and general mainte-
nance. Call 352-473-
3829 or fax resume/info
to 352-473-0710.
WENDY'S OF WALDO
now hiring all crew, all
shifts. No phone calls.
Applications accepted
Mon Fri, after 2pm.
AVON REP'S NEEDED,
earn 50%. Total invest-
ment $10. Start today.
Call toll free 1-877-340-.
7389 ISR.
LUMBER GRADER, Great
South Timber & Lumber,
Inc., is accepting appli-
cations for Certified
Southern Yellow Pine
lumber graders. Please
apply in person or.call
386-752-3774 for an ap-
pointment.
2 TEACHER ASSIS-
TANTS, VPK is here
Nationally Accredited
"Midway Learning Cen-
ter, Inc.," in Melrose/Key-
stone area is growing.
We are seeking 2
teacher assistants to as-
sist in our classrooms.
Prefer person with
Florida 40 hourchildcare
pre-serviCe. Must nave
graduated from H.S.
Stable staff, great envi-
ronment, some benelits
Call Ms Pat at 352-475-
2132 for application or
come see us
WAREHOUSE POSITION'
available. 40 hour mini-
mum per week Gaior II '
Farm Supply, South of
SiarxeonHWY301 HS
diploma required
ENTRY LEVEL--American
,Access Technologies is
now accepting applica-
lions for our Keyslone
Heignhs location Will
train with great potential
for advancement: Train
lo be a punch operator.
grinder, run a hardware
press, etc. First and sec-
ond shift possiOl ties 40
hOurS a week with pos-
sible overtime. Starting
salary is $7 25 hour
DFWP Good benefits
352=473-4984.
POWDER COASTER
painter, American Ac-
cess Technologies lo.
cated in Keyslone
Heignits I accepting ap.
plications for second
shift powder coaster
painite Experience
helpful but wil! train,
hours are. Mon-Thurs
3pm to 1:30am DFWP.
Good benelils Call 352-
473-4984.


WELDER, EXPERI-
ENCED MIG/TIG, steel
& aluminum for fabrica-
tion shop in Keystone
Heights. Mon Thurs
7am to 3:30pm, Fri
6:30am to 3:30pm. Ex-
cellent benefits, Drug
Free Workplace. 352-
473-4984.
RECEPTIONIST
NEEDED, DFWP w/ben-
efits. Apply within
Andrews Paving, Inc.
386-462-1115.
LOWBOY DRIVER
NEEDED, with Class A
CDL. Drug-free work-
place with benefits.
Andrews Paving, Inc.,
386-462-1115. Experi-
ence a must.
HEAVY EQUIPMENT me-
chanic.. Drug Free Work
Place w/benefits. Must
.have valid Driver. Li-
cense. Andrews Paving,
Inc. 386-462-1115.
DUMP TRUCK DRIVER.
Drug-free workplace
with benefits. Andrews
Paving, Inc. 386-462-
1115. Experience a
must.
UNDERGROUND utility
pipe layer. Drug-free
workplace with benefits.
Andrews Paving, Inc.
386-462-1115. Experi-
ence a must.
RN 7-3 SOME FLEXIBIL-
ITY. Excellent working
conditions and great
benefits. LTC experi-
ence preferred. Rate
negotiable. Apply
Penney Retirement
'Community, Call Diane
Lutzen at 904-284-
8578. Drug Free Work-
place & EOE.
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UNION COUNTY PUBLIC
Library job opening for
Children's Library assis-
tant. 40 hours per week,
$8.00 per hour. Must be
able to work flexible
hours. Florida driver's li-
cense required. High
School graduate some
post- high school pre-
ferred. Must have basic
computer knowledge,
work well with public and
children. Applications
will be accepted at Union
County Public Library,
175 W Main St, Lake
Butler, Fl, between the
hours of 9:00am and
5:00pm, Monday


through Friday. Deadline
for applications is Friday,
August 5, 2005 at
5:00pm.
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ting top 10 pay? Leading
home time? Van, flatbed,
or curtainside? Owner
operators/students wel-
come. Sign. on bonus.
Class A required. Roehl,
"The take home more,
be home more carrier."
Call 7days/week $$$
888-356-1136 $$$
www.GoRoehl.com.
UNION COUNTY PUB-
LIC Library job opening
for Children's Library
aide. 6 hours per week,
$6.15 per hour. Must be
able to work during
children's programs
(usually Wed & Thurs).
High School graduate
some pgst- high school
preferred. Must have
experience working with
children. Applications
will be accepted at Union
County Public Library,
175 W Main St, Lake
Butler, Fl, between the


hours of 9:00am and
5:00pm, Monday
through Friday. Deadline
for applications is Friday,
August 5. 2005 at
5:00pm.
HELP WANTED-
PLUMBER experience
required. Also Plumbers
Helper, DFWP, pay com-
mensurate with abilities
and experience. Valid
drivers license required.
Call Leon at Leon's
-Plumbing Service 904-
964-5523.
TWO NURSING positions
available on the 11pm to
7am shift for experi-
enced RN or LPN for
120 bed skilled long term
care facility. Please call
or apply in person at
Windsor Manor, 602 E
Laura St., Starke Fl,
32091. 904-964.-3383
Fax 904-964-6621. Ask
for V. Kelly D.O.N. or J.
Richardson Staff Dev.
EXP. OTR DRIVERS
needed, run SE to West
coast.NO NY or NE, NO
Haz-Mat. Lease/pur-


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


SPRITCHETT TRUCKING


EARTHWORKS OF NORTHEAST FLORIDA, INC.
The Site & Underground Utility Leader of Private Development

is NOW HIRING the following positions:
Pipe Foreman
Site Work Employees
Operators (Hoe, Loader, Dozer)
Pipelayer
Tailman / Hillman
Laborers

Please apply'.i person at
11932 North State Road 121, Macclenny, Florida 32063
(904) 653-2800 Fax: (904) 653-2801 email: earthw6rks@setel.net


MANAGERS, ASSISTANT MANAGERS
& CUSTOMER SALES ASSOCIATES

Convenience Store Co. is seeking highly motivated,
experienced and enthusiastic professionals for the Lawtey
area. Competitive salary, bonus, benefits and opportunity
to join a progressive and fast growing company.

Fax, call or send resume to:

Fast Track Foods
ATTN: Tammy
3715 NW 97th Blvd., Suite A
Gainesville, FL 32606
Fax (352) 333-1161
Phone (352) 333-3011 Ext. 43


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chase available. Call
800-367-2640 Brandy or
Jim.
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.
CARE GIVER 2 years
experience-working with
elderly or disabled cli-
ents. 2 or 3 days per
week. Su-EI's Retire-
ment Home, Hampton.
Phone 352-468-2619.
LAND SURVEY help
wanted. Experience pre-
ferred. Call 904-626-
0902 or 352-473-4333.
VETERINARY ASSIS-
TANT. Exciting opportu-
nity to work with pets and
people. Duties vary from
assisting veterinarian to
some receptionist re-
sponsibilities. Approx 24-
28 hours per week. Mon
-Fri mornings, every
other Saturday Morning.
Computer skills needed.
Seeking articulate, ener-
getic person wtih positive
-attitude. Will provide
training. Apply in person
at Keystone Heights Ani-
mal Hospital, 7344 SR
100, Keystone Heights.
352,473-4966.
LOCHLOOSA United
Melmocor Cnurcr, in


Lochloosa, Fl, and Provi-
dence United Methodist
Church in Windsor, FI are
looking for one pianist for
Sunday mornings:
(Providence does have a
working organ as well).
9:15 to 10:15 at
Lochloosa, 11:00 to
12:00 at Providence. To-
tal compensation is cur-
rently $85/Sunday, but
may be negotiable.
Please call Pastor Paul
Daniels at 352-473-
4410, or email
dandp9669@bellsouth.net
NANNY/HOUSEKEEPER,
FT, in Waldo area, must
have reliable transporta-
tion and references. Call
352-373-9744 or 877-
229-4180.
THE CITY OF STARKE
'has a position in the Pub-
lic Works department for
a Light Equipment Op-
erator/Laborer. Ex-
amples of work area op-
erating tractor, mower
and other light construc-
tion and service equip-
ment in the maintenance
of roads and right-of-way
and the construction of
new facilities, perform
laborer and semi-skilled
assignments such as
masonry and cement
work when assigned.
Perform relaled work as
require Aoiiily to unaer.
sand and carry oul oral


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and written directions.
Ability to perform the
physical work related to
the position. Completion
for High School or GED.
Must pass pre-employ-
ment physical exam and
drug screen. Must have
valid Florida Drivers Li-
cense Glass B. Applica-
tions can 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 Fri-
day, August 12,2005 The
City of Starke is and
EOE.
APT MAINTENANCE,
Part-time maint. person.
needed for local apt.
complex. Must be reli-
able and familiar with all
phases of apt turn,
plumbing end electrical.
Send resume or letter of
interest to Human


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Southside Blvd., Jack-
sonville, FI 32256 or fax
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diesel, all equipment,
16ft trailer, $7500 OBO.
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LAKECITY
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ALLIED HEALTH PROGRAMS
ADJUNCT INSTRUCTORS
FALL 2005
Parient Care Assistant Program: Part-time
instructor for clinicallab 200 hours total, 9'6-
10/21/05. Must have FL RN license and 2 .'
.ears recent experience in acute or long term
care. (I Position'

Practical Nursing Program: Clinical
instructor in Maternal-Infant Care (for
Valdosta GA site) Thur.& Fri. evenings. 3-
1 Ipm, 8.'25-11/4/05. NMust have GA RN
license and be FL BON eligible, ith 2 sears
experience in maternal infant care. (I
Position)

Practical Nursing Program- Clinical
Instructor one da. per week, 8.23-11 29.
Must hate FL RN license and 2 Nears recent
experience in acute or long term care. BSN
and teaching preferred. (1 Position)

Practical Nursing Program:
Clinical Instructor three days per week. S'23-
12'15/"05 Must have FL RN license and 2
years recent experience in acute or long term
care. BSN and teaching preferred. (2
Positions)

Practical Nursing Program: Body Structure
and Function Course (PRN 0080). Instructor
for one semester course covering the normal
human body structure and functions
Wednesday 5.30-9:10 pm, 8.'22-1214,'05.
Must hase BS in related field. Teaching
experience preferred. (1I position;

Registered Nursing Program: Clinical
faculty for 20 hours:-week (16 weeks) Must
have BSN, FL RN license and 2 Nears recent.
experience in acute care. MSN and teaching
experience preferred. (4 Positions)

Contact Jan Ferris at:. ferrisi(@.lakecitvcc.edu,
or (386) 754-4404.

,'intro to Human Medical Science HSC
2531: Teaching medical terminology Must
have master's degree with 18 credit hours in
related field (health science, health careers,
biological sciences). (2 positions)

Contact Patty Smith at:
smithp2alakecitvcc.edu or (386) 754-4239.
Applications available on web at:
www.lakecitvcc.edu

Lake City Community College
149 SE College Place, Lake City FL 32025
LCCC is accredited by the Commission On
Colleges of the Southern Association of
Colleges and Schools. VPIADA/EA/EO
College in Education & Employment


SANTA FE
COMMUNITY COLLEGE


Websmith
Review will begin August 1; 2005 and continue until filled.


For additional information visit
http://admin.sfcc.edu/-humresourc/
or call Human Resources at 352-395-5185


LAKE CITV

RESEARCH AND VOCATIONAL
SUPPORT SPECIALIST
50% Grant Funded Position
Technical position assisting the
"Director of Research and Instirutional
Effectiveness in the collection.
management and reporting of data.
Associate's degree required.
bachelor's degree preferred. Proficient
in the use ofOutlook. Word, Excel
and the internet. Data base proficiency
and experience \\ ith federal and state
reporting are pluses.
Salary: $25.018 annually plus
benefits. Application review will
begin immediately% and continue until
position is filled
Full position details and applications
a\ ailable on our % ebsite at
S -wwv.lakecitrcc.edu.
Inquiries: Human Resource
Development
149 SE College Place
S. Lake City, FL 32025
Phone: (386)754-4314
Fax: (386) 754-4594
Email: boeitcherg(@lakecit'cc.edu
LCCC is accredited by the
Commission On Colleges of the
Southern Association of Colleges and
Schools.
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Space shuttle transporter

has a set of new 'shoes'


DuPont zircon sand
makes the critical
difference in
meeting NASA
deadline
Help is usually just a phone
call away when the family car
has a flat tire. But what's a
rocket scientist to do when
new "shoes" are needed for the
massive "crawlers" that
transport the space shuttle to
the launch pad?
That is exactly the situation
NASA faced last year as it
worked toward the shuttle
program's return to flight,
which was scheduled for this
week. Potentially dangerous
cracks were discovered in the
huge metal treads that carry
the two massive transporters
along a rocky, 3-mile path
from Cape Canaveral's vehicle
assembly building to the
launch pad.
A Minnesota foundry was
scheduled 'to forge
replacements for the damaged
treads. But the on-time shuttle


launch was threatened by a
global shortage of a seemingly
simple, but critical material-
sand.
"This isn't just any sand,"
explains Rechea Hutchinson of
United Space Alliance, the
prime contractor of the NASA
shuttle fleet. "It's zircon, the
only kind of sand that can be
used in this type of high-
temperature casting process."
United Space Alliance tried
to purchase the special zircon
sands in Australia and South
Africa, but the material was
not available.
"And then we discovered
that DuPont had a mining
operation in Florida-right in
our backyard," says
Hutchinson. "We asked for
their help."
The primary product of the
DuPont mine, near Starke, is
ore used to make titanium
dioxide, a white pigment used
in paper, paints and plastics.
Zircon and other minerals are
mined along with the titanium
ore. At the DuPont site, a
huge dredge called "The


Sandpiper" pumps more than
30,000 gallons of water and
sand every minute. Only two
percent of the dredged sand
actually contains precious
titanium ore and the
accompanying zircon.
NASA's urgent request for
225 tons of zircon sand to
forge the treads was assigned a
top priority by the DuPont
Florida plant' In fact, DuPont
delivered enough zircon sand
to the foundry to complete
tread shoe production for both
crawlers in December, along
with spares to support NASA
for the next 100 years.
As an added benefit, the
unique Tparticle shape of the
DuPont zircon sand used in the
tread casting process reduced
vibration and noise on the
transporter, making the
shuttle's trip to the launch pad
safer.
United Space Alliance and
NASA recognized DuPont's
efforts at a March supplier
recognition event.
"We're proud that DuPont
could playa role in helping


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The Florida Department of
Elder Affairs is;seeking
volunteers for its Serving Health
Insurance Needs of Elders
(SHINE program. The program
provides free Medicare and
health insurance information and
counseling programs. Free
training is provided: Call (800)
262-2243 for information.
Stitches from'the Heart needs
volunteers to knit, crochet and


quilt blankets, sweaters and hats
for babies. Items are donated to
hospitals, etc. Patterns are
available and yam is also needed.
Call Kathy Silverton, 866-472-
6903 or E-mail
stitchfromheart@aol.com.

The Ladies Auxiliary of
American Legion Post 56 in
Starke will meet monthly on the
.second Tuesday at 7 p.m. at the


American Legion Building on
Edwards Road.
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 I
alcohol- or drug-related problems;
workaholics, compulsive spenrders
and unhealthy relationships. The
public is welcome. Call (904) 782-
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SuperFloor System
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( ) Virgin Vinyl Lap Siding with pre-finished exterior ctslor .nd 50-'rc-r minnted warranty'
6 Total 1/2" Painted Drywall Interior Finish with sc.inlc.. Lcnterlrne tlr)y.all
Shutters On Front Door Side to enhance curbside appeal
Q "MlghtyMan" Wlndow and Door Framing with jack studs and double headers


SupcrRoof System .
( Higher Pitch Roof- 3/12 noniinal pitch "siorm rafter" roof system
"! Quality 21-Year Fungun.-Resistant Fiberglass Roof Shingles nailed. not stapled
(0j) 5 1/2" Rafter Heel Height more insulation w here roof mceLs sidewall and throughout
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) Fully-Ventilated Side Eves to reduce condensation and prevent attic heal build-up.


CompuTempTM Air System ,
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Money-Saving Insulation All-Around
14 R-1I Floor blanket insulation for greater cooling and heating efficiency
5(iJ R-11 Walls Plus Structural Sheathing more efficiency and s.trength
R-33 Attic Insulation more than double the indus;trv standard lower power bills
( en) Ceterline Seal Gasket prevents air in filtration between sections
-Florida-Built Zone II 6- Ill Also Include:
2" x 6" Exterior Wall Studs 2" x 6" top and bottom plates stronger and better
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In-Celling Return Air Duct System no grills over doors
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SMoen Premium Decotator Bathroom Fixtures
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Textured lunteripr Doors
o Deluxe Cabinet Doors and Drawer Fronts in kitchens and baths
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Customer Choice Features


( Heavy Duty Stainless Finish Interior Door Knobs
() Full Extension Drawer Guides and super strong drawer boxes
() Shntoff Valves at all sink.s and water closets
Ceramic Tile Flooring- entry, kitchen, utility rooms and baths, per plan
) All Ceilings Vaulted Throughout -9 ft. flat. optional
( Ceramic Tile Backsplash In Kitchenss
Q Keyed-Alike Knobs and Dead Bolts on all exterior doors
N Whole House ShutolT Valve
' G Removable Pin Hinges on all interior doors
( General Elctric Kitchen Appliances


Specifications based on 1200 series standards or higher.
Applicable residential code is the HUD standard for Zone 1. Zone 11 and Zone Ill ofJuly
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Section C: Thursday, July 28, 2005 Telegraph Times Monitor .


SFCC program
features
summer
learning
If higher education is an
.endurance race, then the
summer College Achievement-
Program is a sprint that helps
under represented area
graduating high school
students prepare for fall classes
at Santa Fe Community
College
The 53 students in the 6-
keek program learn practical
and personal college survival
skills before they graduate from
CAP at 7 p.m. Friday. Aug. 12.
in the Wattenbarger Building.
room 29, on SFCC's
Northwest Campus Parents are
sponsoring the CAP reception
following graduation
Elizabeth O'Reggio. director
of Santa Fe's Office of
Diversity and head of CAP,
said the program is a "sprint
summer" of education.
"We want the transition from
high school to be smoother and
comfortable. This program
helps students to build
relationships with their fellow
students," O'Reggio said,
adding that time, management,
study skills and goal-setting
influence college life.
Now in its 21st year, the
program helps students prepare
for college entrance
requirements and feel at home
once they are full-time Santa
Fe students, said Portia Taylor,
SFCC's vice president for
Student Affairs.
"CAP gives high school
graduates the opportunity to
get a leg up on the fall term."
Taylor said. "It allows them to
brush up on academic skills
and adapt to their new
environment. They are
comfortable with Santa Fe
when they begin the school
Near.
"The program really creates a
learning community where high
school students entering
c6lle' can lean on and reali"'
to one another because of their
shared experiences," Taylor


said.
CAP has helped hundreds of
under -represented students
since 1984. Classes include
instruction in reading, writing,
math, time management, goal
setting and how to talk to
professors. This year's program,
O'Reggio said, features an
'intensified level of mathematics
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and reading instruction to
better prepare students for
college;
New to the program' are-
sessions in interpersonal
communication, etiquette and
career development. An after-
hours program for students to
complete homew-ork
assignments was added last


year, O'Reggio said.
"Many students in our
program are not from
environments that are
conducive to learning,"
O'Reggio said. "This voluntary
program ensures that they
complete homework
assignments and have the
opportunity to ask questions,


one-on-one, of their instructor."
The program features a mid-
term parents' night for moms
and dads to learn about their
students' progress and
performance.
Students are selected for the
program based on college
placement test scores, behavior
and recommendations from


their high schools. Their
selection process includes an
interview and essay. Students
must be admitted to .SFCC
before entering the program.
Students completing the
program with a 2.5 grade point
average or better may be
recommended for a limited
number of scholarships.


Two oyster
harvesting
areas are
reopened
Florida Agriculture
Commissioner Charles H.
Bronson today announced the
reopening of twso of five
summer oyster harvesting areas
in Apalachicola Bay. The
reopening of those areas comes
10 days after the Department of
Agriculture and Consumer
Services had closed all of the
bay to oyster harvesting as a
result of potential impacts from
Hurricane Dennis.
"Public safety is our number
one concern, and we had to
make sure that the waters open
for harvest meet FDA
standards." said Bronson.
As a result of extensive
monitoring of the bay, officials
say they are reopening Areas
1652 and 1662 as tests show
that oysters are safe to consume
from those areas. Area 1652 is
north of the John Gorrie
Memorial Bridge while 1662 is
south of the bridge. Bronson
emphasized that testing is
ongoing, and the remainder of
the shellfish harvesting areas
will reopen as soon as tests
indicate that shellfish from
those areas are safe to consume.
The Department of
Agriculture and Consumer
Services, which is responsible
for ensuring the safe harvest of
Florida shellfish, is reminding
high-risk Floridians to avoid
consuming raw oysters, which
' often harbor the naturally
occurring bacteria Vibrio
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Goodmans eager to show off house for festival


By CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer

If you don't know Amanda
and Robert Goodman, chances
are you know the house they
live in. It's the yellow house
on Walnut Street in downtown
Starke with green trim and
purple shutters.
Several people in the
community have dubbed it the
"Easter egg house" because of
its color scheme, but now it
has a new title-the Santa Fe
Community College Starke
... -FafFesfval house. -
A home or -andfiark. on
Walnut Street is chosen each
year as the festival's image.
The Goodmans' house
received the honor of
representing this year's
festival, which will take place
Oct. 15-16.
Amanda Goodman couldn't
be happier.
"I started crying. I was so
excited," Goodman said.
The house means a lot to
Goodman. It belonged to her
mother, Mary Margaret
Anthony, who died in 2003.
Anthony gave the house to the
Goodmans, who lived with
her.
Anthony bought the house in
2000. From what she has been
able to find out, Goodman
believes the house dates back
to the 1920s. The house, which
came to be known as the
"Struth" house, was originally
located adjacent to the United
Methodist Church in Starke._
The house, because of a
planned expansion by the
church, was relocated to the
site of the former Parks' home,.
where the Bradford County
Public Library currently is, in
March 1977, then later to its
current site behind the library.
-The house was .painted white
at the time Anthony bought it,
but Goodman said. her mother
wanted something -with more
color. Goodman and Anthony
previously Ti'ved in Myrtle-
Beach, S.C. and the color of
the homes' in -nearby
Charleston captured Anthony's
fancy, Goodman said. Anthony
..hose the shade of yellow the
house is currently painted


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Amanda and Robert Goodman can often be seen sitting on the front porch of their
home on Walnut.Street in Starke. The swing the Goodmans are sitting in was the
first purchase Mary Anthony, Amanda Goodman's mother, who is now deceased,
made after she bought the house in 2000.


"She said, before she passed
away, that she wanted to put
some lavender on it,"
Goodman said. "We just
decided last year, 'Well, let's
do it. Let's do something
different.'"
The Goodmans and Anthony
not only changed the color of
the exterior of the house, but
they did quite a bit of work on
the interior, as well, as far as
adding some modern
conveniences, repairing
cracked walls and doing a lot
of work on the floors.
Robert Goodman said the
wood floors were a real
challenge. They had been
stained a number of times over
the years, hiding the original
surface, which featured a
diamond pattern. Robert and a
friend of his worked to reveal
that original surface and
pattern.
"It took us a week of
sanding," Robert said. "I think
we used like $300 worth of
sandpaper." ..
Said Amanda: "Our front
room has 16 coats of


polyurethane. Mymom wanted
to be able to look in the floors
and see her face."
Work on the house took
approximately six months.
After that time, the family
finally moved into the house
for a thrilling first night.
"Everybody was so excited
we couldn't hardly sleep,"
Robert said.
It certainly had to be
exciting for Anthony, who was
finally in the house that
captivated her the first time
she set eyes on it. However,
Anthony loved not just the
house, but the city of Starke, as
well. It was, smaller than
Myrtle Beach and Washington
D.C., where. Anthony was
raised, yet close enough to the
bigger cities of Gainesville and
Jacksonville.
Anthony's feelings were,
-and. still are, shared by
Amanda. In fact, it was
Amanda who saw Starke first
and fell in love with it.
Amanda and Robert began
dating while Amanda and her
mother still lived in Myrtle

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Beach and Robert lived in
Starke. The two would visit
each other periodically.
Amanda said one of the first
times she visited Starke, the
city's-- annual Strawberry
Festival was taking place.
She loved the atmosphere,
prompting her to tell her
mother that she just had to visit
Starke. Her mother fell in love
with the city during that visit,
Amanda said.
Now that her mother is
deceased, Amanda has no
family living in Starke.,
Robert's family is in
Macclenny. Howe er, Amanda
and Robert both feel as though
they're surrounded by family
on Walnut Street. Robert
likens the street to an old.'
movie in which you see, a
neighborhood's citizens all
looking out for, and caring for,
each other.
"I couldn't think of
anywhere else I'd want to
live," said Robert, who has
lived in Starke since 1990.
Amanda said the residents
on'Walnut Street are great
people. She has an especially
close ,bond. with, .the Higdon
family, which lives across the
street from the Goodmans in a
pink house. She refers to
Bonnie and Mike Higdon, and
their children, as her surrogate
family. Amanda said she and
Robert spend every holiday
over at the pink house.
"Here on Walnut Street.we"
have such great -neighbors,"
Amanda said. -
Amanda said she has been
made to feel welcome in the
neighborhood by Walnut
Street's residents. She and


Robert also have a bit of that
welcoming attitude. They said
people are welcome to visit
and see the inside of their
house.
"We have a real open-door
policy," Amanda said.
Or if you like, you can sit on
the porch for a visit. Amanda
said her mother loved sitting
on the front porch (one of the
swings on the porch was
Anthony's first purchase for


the house). She and Robert do,
too, and there aren't many
times when one can walk by
the house and not see someone
sitting on the porch.
It could easily be the subject
of a Norman Rockwell
painting. That's how Robert
views the house and the
neighborhood.
He's not the only one to find
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College for Kids

participants

entertain parents


By CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Parents got a taste of what
their children learned during
Santa Fe Community
College's. College for Kids
program in Starke when the
program concluded its two
weeks with a Parents Night on
July 22 at the SFCC Cultural
Building.
The approximate hour-long
program featured
performances from students
who took acting and singing
classes. Students who took the
German, sign language and
"Save a Life" classes also
demonstrated what they
learned onstage.
Table displays representing
the other classes were set up,
as well.
Everyone in attendance went
outside to witness the final
event of the evening-a


demonstration by science
students in which they dropped
Menthos mints into 2-liter
bottles of carbonated soft
drinks. Streams of soft drinks
shot high into the sky while the
crowd of onlookers stood back
at a safe distance so as not to
get soaked.
Afterward, students and
parents were treated to
Jzbrownies, cookies and other
goodies, which were prepared
:by the "Life in the Kitchen"
students.
Approximately 60 students,
preparing to enter the sixth-10th
grades, attended this year's
College for Kids program.
Students, who participated in
the full-day program, had a
schedule of six classes, which
began at 8:10 a.m. and ended
at 4:25 p.m.
This is the third year the
program has been offered in
Starke.


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gun. Pictured with Doyle are Shantavia Berry (second from right) and Hannah
Williams.


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floor-the result of a lot of sandpaper and many coats of polyurethane.


HOUSE
-Continued from p. 2C

the setting-picturesitue
"Last year we had somebody
walk by and make the
comment, 'That looks like a
picture out of a book, all of
you guys sitting there on, the,
porch with your glasses of iced
tea,'" Amanda said.
Now that the SFCC Starke
Fall Festival committee has
selected the Goodmans' house,
as its image this year, the
house will indeed become a
picture. Artists are being asked
to submit their renderings of
the house, one of which will be
chosen to grace the festival's
promotional posters and T-


shirts.
Amanda can't wait to see
her house on those posters and
T-shirts.
S"I'll be ecstatic," she said.
The deadline for artists to
submit their renderings for
poster/T-shirt consideration is
Monday, Aug. 8, at 10 a.m.
,Each artist is required to
submit a color (any medium)
and a black-and-white (line
drawing is best, but charcoal .or
other media will be accepted)
rendering of the house. The'
color rendering will be used
for the festival posters and the
black-and-white rendering will
be used for T-shirts.
Applications may be
submitted at the SFCC
:Andrews Center in Starke.
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-Festival committee will choose


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Kids soak Ms. Ethel to

cap BC Library program


What won't Bradford
County children's librarian
Ethel White do to promote
reading among the county's
youth?
Last year, the Bradford
County Public Library capped
its summer program by letting
children "slime" Ms. Ethel.
This year, the participants of
the Read Around Florida
Library Youth Program got
their chance to "soak" Ms.
Ethel and they did just that,
bombarding the librarian with
water-soaked sponges and
taking aim at her with water
guns during a party on July 21.
Ms. Ethel didn't seem to
mind as she and the rest of the
library staff helped send the
kids off with a bit of wet fun,
as well as serving them ice
cream. The party capped the
summer program in which
activities were made available
to children on Tuesdays and
Thursday.
Magic, music, puppets-all
were part of the fun made
available to children
throughout June and July. The
main emphasis of the summer
program was, of course,
reading. Participating children
were encouraged to keep a
reading log during the
summer. Those that did had
their names entered into a
random prize drawing during
the July 21 party. The winners
were Alaina Cooksey, Bodie
Green, Elizabeth Shockley,
LeAnn Wilkerson and Kurt
Willis.
Also, many of the children
attending the party received
door prizes that consisted of
books and gift certificates.
The summer program is one
that the Bradford County
Public Library participates in
annually. Numerous studies


Residential


have shown that summer
programs help ensure that
school children retain reading
and learning skills during
summer recess.
Summer reading programs
encourage reading for the fun
of it. If you can read, thank a
teacher. If you love to read,
thank a librarian. Libraries are
in the business of creating a
new generation of
readers-people who are
curious and love to read.
Summer library programs
take advantage of children's
natural curiosity to introduce
new subjects and different
genres-things kids are
interested in though they may
not study them in school.,
Programs encourage readers of
all ages to participate.
The hours of operation for


the Bradford County Public
Library are 9 a.m.-8 p.m. on
Monday, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. on
Tuesday, Wednesdays and
Friday, 9 a.m.-7 p.m. on
Thursday and 9 a.m.-2 p.m.
on Saturday.
Manage your library record
by choosing a pin number at
the library .desk in order to
place a book on hold, renew
checkouts or send an e-mail
message to library staff at the
library's catalog Web site. You
can also use Infotrac and
net.library.
Visit the library's home
page at www.newriver.lib.fl.us
or contact the library by phone
at (904) 964-6400 or by e-mail
at bradford@neflin.org.
(Bradford County Telegraph
staff writer Cliff Smelley
contributed to this story.)


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The Jacksonville Streamline team poses for pictures after winning the
Independent Softball Association World Series. Cookie Casas is pictured second
from right on the back row.


Keystone girl and her team

win ISA championship


Keystone Heights resident
Cortney "Cookie" Casas and
her Jacksonville Streamline
12-and-under fastpitch softball
team completed a storybook
year, winning the Independent
Softball Association (ISA) 12-
and-under World Series in
Stockbridge, Ga. on July 24.
The team duplicated its
World Series performance of
last year, going undefeated in
championship bracket play to
earn the opportunity to play for
the championship. However,
unlike last year, when the team
lost two straight in settling for
being, the ISA runner-up, the
Streamline took a quick lead in
the top of the first inning and
never looked back, defeating
the Bradenton Manatee
Twisters 8-0.
"This -was a thrill that just
can't be described," Casas
said. "All of the work and
sacrifices that you and your
family make to be able to play
at this level makes this a huge,-
once in a lifetime event.
"I really would like to make
this a habit."
The road to the
championship game was not
easy. One run decided three of
the fi'e bracket games. Texas
iebreni" deag.-d twq.gamns
"and ne "gai -equir'ed tI.
additional tiebreaker innings.
Add to that the fact the on-
the-field temperature climbed
to 105 degrees and it was quite


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Cortney "Cookie"
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the trophy after
her team, the
'Jacksonville
Streamline, won
the Independent
Softball
Association
World Series in
the 12-and-under
division. ....
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an effort by the Streamline.
The team's coach, Willie
, Evans, said defense was the
difference.


"Our bats were definitely
not on fire this week," Evans
said. "It was our superb
pitching and a stingy defense
that committed only five errors
in five games and gave our
opponents only four runs in six
games that did it."
"When you realize we are
talking about 11- and 12-year-
old girls, not high school or
college players, you can
appreciate the individual effort
and team focus they
displayed."
See CHAMPS, p. 7C


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The beginner's class,
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For more information,
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The Keystone Heights,
Junior Chamber of
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Jaycees-is accepting
submissions from local artists
for use at its upcoming Labor
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Too hot to

fish?

By JOHN WHITFIELD
Contributing Outdoors
Editor
Where do the big bass go
when it gets so hot? According
to a really good fisherman and
friend, Donnie Knight, they go


deep. Deep holes--close to the
mouths of the springs in search
for cooler water.
In just the last couple of
years,-Donnie has caught (and
released) more than a dozen
bass that weighed more than
10 pounds. He pretty much
stays on top of what's hot in
bass fishing (yes, lately, it's
been the weather).
I asked Donnie how his luck
was running lately and he said,
"I can't get a bite." Wow, for a
guy as successful as he is, this


was news.
He added: "They are just out
there in those deep holes and
it's too hot for me to go out
there and get them."
Too hot to fish? That's hot.

Alternatives
So what are the alternatives
for these 90-plus-degree days,
with a heat index of well over
100?
First, think safety. No fish is
worth a heat stroke or messing
with, your health. Heat
exhaustion, stroke, dehydration
and sunburn-all are to be
avoided.
Even with sun screen, hats,
appropriate clothes (I prefer
breathable cotton) and plenty


FWC offers


bargain
military
refunds
The new- Military Gold
Sportsman's License is now
available to active-duty and
retired military Florida
residents for $20. The license.
covers hunting, freshwater and
saltwater fishing and a variety
of associated permits.
There's more good news. The
Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission
(FWC) will offer refunds to
eligible persons who purchased
recreational licenses at the
regular price between May 24
and June 30 (the time between-
the governor's signing the
license into law and the time it
took to get computers and
license vendors ready to make'
it available).
A bill sponsored by Rep.
Will Kendrick (D-Carrabelle)
and Sen. Jeff Atwater tR-Palm
Beach County) created the
license that covers $83.50,
worth of license and permit
fees.
"We hope this new license,
in some small' way, sends a-
thank-you message to the brave
men and women who risk their
lives to protect America-and
preserve our freedom,":
Kendrick said. ...
The Military Gold,
Sportsman's License is
available at tax collectors'
offices only. Applicants must"
present a current military ID
card plus a Florida driver's
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of water to drink, what about
the time of the day? We can
fish in the shade and we can
fish the cooler parts of the
day-real early in the morning
or after 5 or 6 p.m. when it
finally starts to cool down a
bit. We can fish when it's
cloudy, but keep an eye out for
those summer pop-up
thunderstorms. Just this week,
The Weather Channel stated
"If you can hear the thunder,
you are close enough to be
struck by lightning."
Another alternative is just
plain old night fishing. Years
ago, down near Avon Park, we
didn't even go speck fishing
until at least 11 p.m. We often
hung a lantern or-light-off.the-.


dock or over the side of a boat:
late at night.
An evening of night fishing -
can yield other species of fish,
including catfish, various"
bream, a few specks 'and,
maybe, even a soft-shell turtle:
If you soak a big shiner, you
might catch a big bass. We
carried an assortment of bait,.,
"just in case." Worms,"
crickets, bread or biscuit
dough, some stink bait
(gizzards or livers) and,
always, a dozen shiners.

Mosquitoes
Be prepared. Night fishing.
does bring out the bugs.
Mosquitoes, gnats, biting flies
.-and -.other buzzing,. biting _


varmints can make a trip
miserable. A couple cans of .
insect repellant or -using a
Thermacell can save the trip.
Someone once said that the
best time to go fishing is
"whenever you can go," but
when it gets so hot that your
package of jelly worms looks
like-a bad pizza with melted
blue and red cheese, you may
want to think "alternative." If
.you just can't get out on the
water. you can always pop in a
video, clean your gun or tackle
box out and enjoy the air
conditioning!
- This is Florida, the fishing
capital of the world-and it's
hot!
Stay Cool.


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are stationed in Florida as their outdoors skills and enjoy participants. Workshops are
proof of eligibility. a few recreational activities. In limited to 100 participants on a
To receive refunds for four, three-and-a-half-hour first-come, first-served basis.
licenses purchased between sessions, workshops teach Information about the
May 24 and June 30, eligible skills associated with workshop and registration is at
persons must: hunting/shooting, fishing and l MyFWC:com/BOW or by
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Sportsman's License at any tax camping, etc.) activities at all
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Return the original license, The Becoming an Outdoors- udlins,
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Executive Center Circle, Suite camaraderie of others who wan StLi wI e v y
200, Tailahassee, FL 32301, to learn about Florida's great bas tourney
and outdoors Although it is ba S toUrney
Include a daytime phone designed with women in mind, The team of Brian Hudgins
number. Requesters should the camp is open to anyone and Chris Cioffi barely edged
save a copy of their original who wants to learn in a out David Parrish and Herbie
license before returning. comfortable, non-threatening. Rain in both the aggregate
Within three weeks. eligible non-competitie, hands-on weight and largest bass
requesters should. receive a atmosphere. The camp's categories last week in the
check covering the full price of instructors strive to make Bald Eagle bass tournament.
the original purchase. participants feel at ease. Hudgins and Cioffi took first
"Patience is the secret to the out of the field of 33 boats
success of our Becoming- an with 10.93 total pounds, while
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said Lynne Hawk, director of 7.65-pounder.
WOman 'the program. "Our instructors Right--behind. in second
Sn are here to guide people place, Parrish and Rain totaled
W rkshops through the activities. There is 10.20 pounds and had a 7.21-
workshops no intimidation." pounder. The teams' two big
set f r Sept The workshops will take bass were close enough to be
setf or :S pt place at the Ocala Conservation wins.
nd. ov Center in the Ocala National Tommy Studstill came in
.and v'. Forest and at Pine Jog's third place with 9.14 pounds.
The Florida Fish arid. Everfglade-s Youth The tournament is heading
Wildlife Conservation Conservation Camp in theJ.W. down the home stretch nou%,
Commission (FWC) has two Corbett Wildlife Management with only a couple more weeks
workshops planned for women Area (northwest Palm Beach until the grand prize is
who want to spend a weekend County). .They are rustic awarded at the conclusion of
learning a variety of outdoor summer camp facilities with the20-week tournament.
skills. The FWC has a Sept. basic, modern amenities. See Joey Tyson at Bale
9-11 "Becoming an Outdoors- Lodging is dormitory style, Eagle Bait and Tackle in
Woman" workshop scheduled with meals served in the Keystone Heights for details.
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Casas, who begins seventh
grade in August, is looking
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season and playing with her
middle school team next
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rest of the summer," Casas
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BHS baseball coach receives top honor from Sun


Eight players from
Bradford, Keystone
and Union are first-
and second-team
selections -
Bradford High School
baseball coach Shane
McFadyen was recognized by
the Gainesville Sun as one of
its coaches of the year, while
two area players received first-
team all-area honors;
SMcFadyen, who shared the.
Class 3A-6A honor with
Newberry coach Brya-n-
Roundtree, guided the
Tornadoes to a 20-9 record this
past season and their -first
district championship since
1998. Bradford. advanced to
the regional semifinals before
its season came to an end.
Bradford player Drew
Jackson and Union County
player Miles Leslie, both
recent graduates, were first-
-team Class 3A-6A all-area


Guion, Spiller
earn all-area
track honors
from Sun

Two from BHS


receive scholar
athlete honors, two
from UCHS receive
honorable mention.
for athletes of the
year
-.Recent t Bradford High
School graduate Letroy Guion
aind. Union County High
School senior-to-be C.J.
Spiller were recognized for
their performances during the
past season when, the
Gainesville Sun released its list
of all-area track and field
athletes.
_.Guion, who received a
football scholarship from
Florida State University, was
recognized for his performance
in -the discus. He, won the
district championship in the
event with a throw of 162'11"
and the regional championship
with a...throw. of -156' I 0".
Guion earned' a medal at the
state meet by placing fifth with
a distance of 143'9".
Spiller earned his
recognition in the 100m dash.
He: won the district
championship with-a time of
10,64 seconds and the regional
championship with a time of
10.60 seconds. Spiller earned a
medal at the state meet by
placing sixth with a time of
10.88 seconds.
Bradford's Rob Harris,
Destiny Bass and Khalaa Hill
received honorable mention.
Keystone Heights' Rachel
Crane also received honorable
mention.

S 4-more from, area are
honored by the Sun
R:Recent Bradford graduates
Katlyn Hartley and Josh
Weaver were recognized by
the Gainesville Sun as scholar"
athletes of the year.
-Hartley graduated with a
weighted 4.43 GPA (3.73
unweighted) and scored a 23
on the ACT. She lettered in
soccer (2001-02), softball
(2002) and volleyball (2001-
, 04).;
Weaver, who ,received a
scholarship from Liberty
University in Lynchburg, Va.,
had-a weighted. GPA of 4.13
(3-57 unweighted) and scored
a 19 on the ACT. He lettered
in football (2002-04) and
weightlifting (2002).
The Sun also recently named
its athletes of the year. Union
County's Jeremy Brown arid
Morgan Anderson-Davis
received honorable mention.

Fastpitch
team looking
for players
*T.he Lady Warriors'
fastpitch softball organization
will be holding tryouts for the
fall .season on Saturday, Aug.
13-,''at 2 p.m. and again on
Thursday, Aug. 18, at 6 p.m. at
the Alachua Recreation Center,
softball fields in Alachua.
Age groups are 1OU, 12U,
S 14U, 16Uand 18U.
For more information,
please contact coach Robert
Atwood at (352) 246-6905 or
(352) 377-0795.

Associate with those who
held vou believe in


selections. Jackson, a utility
selection, compiled a 7-2
record as a pitcher with an
ERA of 1.02 and 91 strikeouts
in 68.2 innings. Jackson, a
Seminole Community College
signee, also had a .308 batting
average.
Leslie, a catcher, batted .361
this past season and had a .990
fielding percentage. Leslie has
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Community College and
Indiana University.
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two players earn second-team
honors: Evan Denmark (BHS),
Jonathan Duncan (BHS),
Brandon Davis (UCHS),
Michael Johnson (UCHS), Wil
Breton (KHHS)-..and-Michael-
Comeau (KHHS).
Denmark, a pitcher, had a
record of 6-3 with a 1.12 ERA
and 51 strikeouts and Duncan,
and infielder, had a .314
batting average. Both are
recent graduates.
Davis, a utility selection,
had,a .368 batting average and
was 6-5 as a pitcher with 86


strikeouts and an ERA of 1.98
in 67.2 innings. He is a recent
graduate and has accepted a
scholarship from Florida
Institute of Technology.
--Johntsont--another "-ecent
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Bradford had five players
receive honorable mention,
including recent graduates
L a n c e Griffis
(outfielder/pitcher), John
Sanford (outfielder) and Derek
Saucer (outfielder). Also
receiving honorable mention
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who will be a junior, and Jason
Smyth (infielder), who will be


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Four returning Keystone
players received--honorable
mention: Blake .Lott
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Paulk (infielder) and Tyler
Richardson (outfielder),who
will all be juniors, and Lans
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