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Creation Date: June 8, 2006
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Brush fire consumes more than 300 acres in Plum Creek


BY JAMES REDMOND
Times Staff Writer


Fire officials are saying the
effects of a fire that consumed
more than 300 acres of land
north of Lake Butler will be
felt for days to come.
On June 6, units from the
Union County Volunteer Fire
Department, Florida Division
of Forestry and United States
Forest Service attempted to
contain a fire that was called in
at approximately 2:30 p.m.
According to DOF District
Supervisor Steve Ripley, the'
fire was 60 percent contained
as of press time.
"We've had tractors put.
lines around the fire and expect
to have it fully contained
sometime tomorrow," Ripley
said. "Even after we contain it,
it will take several days to.
completely extinguish it."
According to Ripley, nine
tractors were plowing lines in
an effort to contain the fire. A
helicopter with a water bucket
was also being used to hit


BY JAMES REDMOND
Times Staff Writer
Union County's new 4-H
program assistant is so familiar
with the count she ever
'wanted to leave.
Courtnie Douglas was born
and raised in Union County.
She says there is no other place
she's ever wanted to li e. With
her family all around her, it's
easy to see why.
Douglas' parents, Larry and
Paulette Davidson, still live on
Old Olustee Highway (C.R.
231) %where Smith grew up.
She is the third of four
children. Her older brother,
Jason Davidson. lives on the
same road the) all gre%% up on.
Her younger sister, Lindse)
Davidson does as well. Her
older sister. Diedra.Durrance is
the child that straved the
farthest. She now lies in
Pro% idence.
Douglas and her husband,
Todd. are both graduates of
Union Count) High School.
He works for Vision Realty as
a real estate broker. She said
while the) met in high school,
it was not until after she
graduated that the couple
seemingly became one.
"We became reaquinted after
I graduated," Douglas said,
"From .there the relationship-
just blossomed."
After graduating in 1996,
Douglas decided to try out the.
big city. She moved to Lake
City while attending Lake City
Community College. After
seen months she decided it
was time to.come back to the
count). She moved to
Providence and transferred to


some of the hotter areas of the
fire.
- He said the efforts..will cause
a great deal of smoke to cover
not only the area of the fire,
but other parts of the county as
well. What parts will depend
on wind direction over the next
several days.
Ripley said at this time, it
has not been determined how
the fire got started. Fire
Department records indicate
the department received a call
of a brush fire in the area on
June 3. At that time it was
unable.tao.t.ate any _smoke or
source of fire.
Ripley said if there was any
good news related to-this fire,
it was that there were 'no
structures that were in danger.
"The fire is in the middle of
a large tract of land owned by
Plum Creek Timber," Ripley
said. "The fire would have to
.spread quite a distance to
endanger any homes."


See FIRE, p. 2A


Two Lake Butler women injured


BY JAMES REDMOND
Times Staff Writer
Two Lake Butler women are
in critical condition after the
car the) were in left the road
and flipped several times.
According to a report from
the Florida Highway Patrol, at
li40 a.mr-.oiirlune m5,-SLepfianie.
Seay, 31, and Amy Jones. 34,
were traveling southbound on
C.R. 229 when, for unknown
reasons, the vehicle left the
roadwa). The 1998 Ford
overturned multiple times,
ejectingboth occupants. The
report states the vehicle came
t6 rest on a6l four- wheels,
facing northeast.
The report does not indicate'
which of the females was


driving the vehicle. It does
state that Trooper Jeremy Peck
is still try ing to determine that.
Due to the extent of their
injuries, both occupants \\ere
flown to Shands at the
University of Florida b\
helicopter. As of press time,
Seay was listed in critical
condition and Jones in stable
condition.
The report also indicates that
neither of the occupants %were
nearing a seatbelt. The total
damage to the vehicle is
estimated at $10,000. The
report also says that charges
are. pending.

James Redmond can be
reached at (386) 496-2261 or
uctimes@allel.net --- -


Tractor plows from the Florida Division of Forestry prepare to make an assault
on a brush fire more than 300 acres in size. The fire is burning In a Plum Creek
timber plot approximately seven miles north of Lake Butler.


Burn ban


BY JAMES REDMOND
Tines Staff t riter--
Union County officials are
saying that a recent brush fire
that burned more than 300
acres is giving them plenty of
reason to keep a burn ban--in-
. effectc in.Union Count. -...
.. -Office of Emergency
Management Director Doug
York said the fire shows that
conditions ha'e not w\arranted
the lifting of the ban
"When we hate a fire that
can spread that quickly and
cover so much ground, there is
no reason at looking at lifting
the ban at this time." York
said. "Until the entire count\
-.. receives a significant amount


to remain in effect


ot rain, the ban %"ill remain in
place."
The ban \\ent into effect, on
May I after officials
determined the area had all the
right conditions for large brush
fires. While the ban was
written \\ith a 30-da) limit, it
stated it could. be.extened.as._
cofditioins allowed. -York said
he feels conditions have onl)
left him with the option of
lea% ing it in place.
York did one thing
differently when extending the
ban. Rather than putting
another 30 day limit on the
ban, he has decided to look at
it on a week-to-%%eek basis.
"On Thursda)s, myself and
Fire Chief Allen Parrish % ill


sit down and look at the
conditions in the county,"
York said. "With input from a
variety of sources, we will see
if conditions will allow us to
lift the ban."
To remind residents of the
conditions of the ban,
resolution .06-01 declares a
'local state of emergency and
places a ban on the use of
flares, explosives, sparklers or
other outdoor burning dev ices.
It also prohibits any burning
that is normally law ful.
During the ban the sale of or
use of fireworks is prohibited.
It also bans the use of any
flares or outdoor burning

See BURN, p. 3A


Courtnle Douglas is the new 4-I program assistant for Union County. She said
working with children in agricultLral education has always been her dream job.


Santa Fe Community College
w here she earned her associate
of arts degree. Fromtithere she
ent on to the Unitversity of.
Florida to earn a bachelor's
degree in 'agricultural
education and communication.
Just after transferring to UF,
-- she.got.married. In 2000, the
couple was blessed withi-heki---
only) child, Savannah. Once her
daughter was born she says she
decided to take some time
away from school to be with
her. In 2002, she returned and
earned the credits necessary to
apply for graduation. Not
seeing an opening in her
degree field, she decided to
postpone the application in the
event she needed more course
work to enter a different field.
After waiting 18 months,
and seeing no openings she
was comfortable with, she
applied and received her
degree. She says she was not
sure that she wanted to leave
Union County to work in her
degree field, but the Lord
works and mysterious ways
and everything has a plan.
In March 2005, she left her
office manager's job at
Hillindale Farms to spend
more time with Sav annah.
"I wanted to have more time
to spend with her before she
began school," Douglas said.
"it was important to me we
ha'e that time together before
she began school."
While with Hillindale she

was able to pursue her first
love, teaching agriculture to

See 4-H, p. 6A


Signups beingI
accepted for
fishing
tournament
Signup for this year's
Tom Rymer Memorial
fishing tournament to be
held Tuesday, July 4, are
now being accepted. The
event will be held on Lake
-- _tttler with check-in
beginning at 4 a.m-r.The,.
event will' begin at safe-
light. Entry fee is $40 and
contestants must use ,
artificial bait. The annual
.event will pay $1,000 to the
winner. Specially tagged
bass will be "orth a $500
prize as well. For more
information, contact Dav id
Androlevich at (386) 496-
4853.




First Christian
hosts Fiesta
VBS
First Christian Church of
Lake Butler will host Fiesta
Vacation Bible School June
11-16 from 6:30-8:30 p.m.
Children in grades pre-k
through sixth grade are
invited to join in the
summer fun. For more
information, 6conact:Jeremy
Ritchie at (386) 496-.1956.


Music event at
UCHS
auditorium
The Gospel Music Star
and Minister Tonex will
perform Saturday, June 10,
at the UCHS auditorium
beginning at 7 p.m.. There
w1il be a$10 donation taken
at the door. For more
information, contact Isaac
Brow n at (352) 258-2315.



VFW to host
benefit fish fry
The Veterans of Foreign
Wars Lake Butler Post
10082 will host a fish fry to
benefit-the organizations
building fund on Friday,
June 9 beginning at 4 p.m.
The cost of the dinner os $5
and includes fish,
hushpuppies, baked beans,
cheese grits and dessert.
Everyone is invited. The
VFW is located on S.R. 231
south in Lake Butler.



SCRC youth
group to hold
car wash
The Sanderson Christian
Re% i% al Center youth group
will be holding a car wash
the next two Saturdays to
raise money to go to
summer camp. On June 10,
the group will be at Skip's
Deli in Lake Butler taking
donations. The event begins
at 9 a.m. Skip's located on
S.R. 231 across from Spires
IGA. For more information,
contact DuWayne Bridges
at (386) 967-0125.


For crime, socials and editorials, see Regional News section. Forsports, -see Features and Sports section. III 1111111

Deadline noon Monday before publication 386-496-2261 (phone) 386-496-2858 (fax) 6 89076 63869 2


NNew 4-H program assistant is right at home in Union County


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Page 2A UNION COUNTY TIMES June 8, 2006


FIRE
Continued from p. 1A

l The fire is located
approximately seven miles
north of Lake Butler on S.R.
231. It is approximately one
mile west of Dowling Lake.
Ripley is advising those in
the area with smoke allergies
to take precautions.
"If you have smoke
allergies, we are asking you
stay indoors if you can smell
or' see any smoke," Ripley
said. "If things go as
anticipated, the smoke should
not be problem after
Saturday."
James Redmond can be
reached at (386) 496-2261 or
uctimes@alltel.net




Prescribed Fire
Helps Protect
Natural Areas
Florida Agriculture and
Consumer Services
Commissioner Charles H.
Bronson is promoting the
awareness of prescribed fire's
vital role in maintaining the
health of' Florida's forests and
other natural areas, as well as
protecting the safety of the
state's residents and visitors.
In 1997, the Florida Cabinet
designated the second week in
March as "Prescribed Fire
S Awareness Week." A
resolution signed by the
Governor and Cabinet
members is expected to be
adopted next week, reiterating
their support for the practice.
"Prescribed fire is one of the
best tools land managers in
Florida have in maintaining
and restoring our varied
ecosystems," Bronson. said.
"Many of our plant and animal
communities are dependent on
a regular occurrence of fire for
a healthy existence, Prescribed
fire provides better forage for
wildlife and livestock, returns
nutrients to'the soil, helps to
control certain plant diseases,
and reduces hazardous fuel
buildups."
According to state wildfire
officials, Florida has been
certifying prescribed burn
managers since 1987, and'
every. five years these
individuals must have training
and experience to remain
certified. There are currently
more than. 1,500 certified
prescribed burn managers in
Florida, helping to prescribe
burn 2 million acres of land
annually.
SFlorida has one of the most
e\tensi'e prescribed burning
programs in the country, and
one of the best training
S programs for its certified
prescribed burn managers,"
Bronson said.
S "Through our Division of
Forestry, we promote th'e
reduction of hazardous fuel
buildups, especially in our
wildland-urban interface
areas," Bronson said.
"Prescribed burning helps
provide protectionri to
thousands of homeowners
across Florida."
For more information about
Florida's Division of Forestry,
including information about
wildfires, visit the division's
web site at www.fl-dof.com.



Grace
Christian
Fellowship
fiosts VBS
Grace Christian
Fellow ship Baptist Church
Sill host Vacation Bible
School June 5-9 beginning
at 6:30 p.m. each esening..
The e ening w ill begin with
dinner followed by bible
study, crafts and recreation.
A nursery will be provided.
For'inore information,
contact Terry Elixsdn, Sr. at
S (386) 496-3583.


Fire in Lake Butler ruled LaSKe

suspicious by investigators news


BY JAMES REDMOND
Times Staff Writer
A 2 a.m. fire that had fire
units from all over the county
scrambling to get to it has been
ruled suspicious by
investigators.
On June 4, fire units from
Lake Butler Volunteer Fire
Rescue, Union County
Volunteer Fire Department and
Worthington Springs
Volunteer Fire Department
responded to 885 S. W. First
Terr. in Lake Butler. Once on
scene, LBVFR Chief Mike
Banks said firefighetrs found
the house to be unsavable.
"When we arrived the house
was fully involved with fire,"
Banks said. "it had already
taken over the home so we set
up in a defensive mode to save
the properties around it."
In defensive mode, a
firefighter's objective is to
ensure the properties around
the home on fire are protected
and do not spread. The posture
is only taken when it is
determined the structure on
fire can in no way be saved.
After extinguishing the


blaze, officials inspected the
abandoned property and ruled
the fire to be suspicious in
nature.
:-"There was no electrical
service to the house so we
have ruled out any type of
faulty wiring to be the cause,"
said Banks. "We believe the
fire to be set, but do not know
if it was accidental or
intentional. We are still
attempting to determine the
exact cause."'"
It took fire crews more than-
two hours to extinguish the
blaze. According to a sheriff's
office report, Sgt. Ray Shuford
called in the fire while doing a
routine patrol of the area.
The Union County Property
Appraiser's Office records
indicate the h6use belongs to
GNE Love Investments out of
Lake City, which is
represented by Glen Richter
and Calvin Pryor. The home
was sold in Jan. 2006 by Lane
Williams.
James Redmond can be
reached at (386) 496-2261 or
uctimes@alltel.net


Progress report on Sardis


BY TED BARBER The game will be played at the
Special to the Times Union County School Softball
Field across from the
The Sardis Baptist Church Community State Bank on
Fund Raising Committee held State Road 121 i255 S E 6th
a short meeting Sunday, May Street) in Lake Butler. %\ all)
21, to discuss the expansion Mooneyham has agreed to be
progress and make the "play-by-play" announcer
recommendations for Sardis and the .concession folks,
Baptist Church in Worthington players and referees %ill come
Springs. from the church membership.
The church is now entering A chicken and rice supper % ill
the phase where it should see be available for a $5 00
dirt moving. It is believed that donation and it \%ill cost the
the church membership will spectators and players a small
soon.have a better "snapshot" donation of $10 00 to watch
of where the new Family Life the Sardis Bloomers in action
Center Building will be and to be involved in the fun
located. Since the Master Plan ---Organizers suspect the game
has. been -completed by will be under lights starting at
Engineer Gerome Kelly, we 7 p.m. Should inclement
sho.u.ld .-ee1-i-CeWT'y weather .force our Tate to
drainage work begin shortly. Q ha.rg,,,.ptiember, l has
Core Samples are being taken been selected as the alternate
in the area of the proposed date' The finance committee
Family Life Center so that these idea from NiasEl ison
who remembers the great
right-of-way document, ,and success the "Sardis Blomers"
work can commence. Preacher had about 25 sears ago raising
Paul O'Steen believes that we fundsfor the'Cancer Sociel.
should see dirt moving in the Afterund5-year the church maoc
he Finance Committee ekshave to watch some of the
The Finance Committee Sardis Bloomers in slo%%
suggested a "Sardi.Bloomers motion. Needless to say, the
Softball Game" be usedas a church is looking forward to
major fundraiser. August 26 the upcoming "Sardis
was selected as the primary Bloomers" reenactment on
date for this "fun-filled" event. Saurd eenig, Augus 26.
SaturdaN evening, Augusi 26.


Tired of
telephone
marketers?
The Federal Trade
Commission reminds
consumers that the National
Do Not Call Registry has
accepted personal cell phone
and .home phone number
registrations since it opened for
consumer registrations in June
2003; There is no deadline to
register a home or cell phone
number on the registry.
To register a telephone
number, or to file a complaint,
consumers should visit
www.donotcall.gov or "call
(888) 382-1222 ITTY: (866)
290-42361.
Consumers registering a
phone number online will be
asked to.provide a valid e-mail
address to which a
confirmation of the registration
ill be -sent. A registration is
not ,complete until the
.consumer clicks on the link in
this e-mail.
Consumers- 'registering by
phone must call from the
phone number they wish to
register.


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Fellowship
Baptist hosts
VBS
Fellowship Baptist
Church of Raiford \\ill host
Vacation-Bible-School June
5-9 from 7-8:30 p.m. The
school is for children in
grades kindergarten through
12 grade. The theme of the
event will be "The Life of'
Moses". For more
information, call (386) .431-
1066.


U


Butler Qualifying time running out
les Club


On May 27, the officers of
the Lake Bwtler Singles Club
made a special effort to honor
all veterans in attendance. This
was done in conjunction with
encouraging all members to
attend Memorial Day services
on May 29. The club officers
furnished hot dogs, .baked
beans, coleslaw and
condiments for the evening.
Members brought c ..'cvered
dishes and desserts.
"The veterans were very
appreciative of the ceremony
to- honor their service," said
officer Robert Gaubatz. "One
Vietnam veteran. told Club
President Mildred Johns that
this was the first time anyone
ever thanked 'him since his.
return from Vietnam."
A patriotic poem about
Memorial Day, was read and
the band sang "God Bless the
USA" by Lee Greenwood.
The club meets e'ery
Saturday night at'the Lake
Butler Community Center or at
a local school when the center
is not available. All singles are
invited. Admission is $6 for
members and $7 for
nonmembers. Admission
includes a meal at 7 p m. and
dancing from 8-1 1 p.m
Alcohol use and smoking are
not permitted. For. .more
information, call Gaubatz at:
(386) 496-2677. .


new voter registration cards.
"We're asking that voters
,cp.me by our office to make
sure'"we have their new 911


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


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Call (386) 496-8278
For More
Information


255 SE 6th St.
Lake Butler


The offices of hIee non County

time have moved to 125 E. Main

St. We are located in the former

city of Lake Butler city hall

buidling. It is the same offices as

Roberts Insurance. Questions?

(386) 496-2261


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BY JAMES REDMOND address," Montpetit said. "This
Times Staff Writer will ensure their new cards are
sent to the proper address and
Time is running out for the post office does not return
candidates to qualify for this them."
year's upcoming election. Time is quickly expiring on
June 19 will be the last day the deadline the post office has
candidates will have to turn set to deliver mail to rural
petition cards that will allow route addresses. Montpetit said
them to avoid the filing fee for many residents have not yet
the office they are seeking. sent their change of address to
,..'According to Supervisor of her.-office. She said that will
Elections Barbara "Bab n';"'ot only delay-cards getting to
Montpetit, those cards must be voters, but possibly result in
turned in prior to noon on June them not getting them at all.
19. When stopping in to change
Those,not turning in petition their address, Montpetit said
cards,'and wishing to qualify, residents would be able to
will be required to pay a filing obtain their new cards to help
fee. That fee is 6 percent of the avoid delays.
salary of the office the "We'll be more than happy
candidate is seeking to be paid to issue a voter's new card
during qualifying week. right there on the spot," said
S On :July 17 at noon, Montpetit.
..qualifying begins for all Several seats in local races
county candidates. Those will be up during this year's
candidates will have until July election cycle: The two county
21 at noon to complete commission seats, held by
qualification requirements. Wayne 'Smith and Morris
On Sept. 5, the first primary bobbs, will be up for grabs.
will be held to determine Three school boards seats will
candidates for all parties. On be open as well. They are
Nov,-7, the general election currently occupied by Allen
will take place. Parrish, Marsan Carr and Sue
With the changes in Whitehead. At the state level,
addresses around the county the governor's office will be
due to the new-"91 I1- system. up for grabs. Currently four
Montpetit is urging voters to candidates are looking to fill
come in now to pickup their the seat.







June 8, 2006 UNION COUNTY TIMES Page3A


BURN
Continued from p. 1A

devices. The exclusion to this
is the use of attended and
monitored barbeque or cooking
equipment. The burning of
lawn debris or any type of
open burning is prohibited.
This includes the burning of
trash in barrels.
York said he is sympathetic
to those who have large piles
of debris that need to be
burned or those who burn their
trash, but the ban is in place
for the safety of all citizens in
the county.
"It would only take one large
fire to get out of control for us
to have a real problem on our
hands," York said. "With the
current conditions, it would
take little effort to spark it."

James Redmond can be
reachedat (386) 496-2261 or
uctimes@alltel.net


Home Instead

Senior Care
sponsors

essay contest
Even though it 'has its
rewards, serving as a. family
caregiver for a senior is among
the most exhausting and
challenging of jobs.
Recently, the Home Instead
Senior Care offices serving
Clay, Bradford, Union, Duval
and Alachua counties
announced Caring Today
magazine's "Give a Caregiver.a
Break" essay contest to hoAor
family' caregivers for their
tireless service. The contest is
sponsored by Home Instead
Senior Care.
"We know caregiving can
be. a very stressful job,"
said Toni Fagin, .who along
with her husband Richard,
owns the Home Instead Senior
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counties. "And that's why we.
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caregivers a needed break from
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In 50Q, words,. .or. less,
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including the challenges
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caregiver for a senior loved one
and how a. Home' Instead
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Entry deadline is July 15.
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Richard, "for the inspiration
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and resources to help. Abigail Crawford of Raiford
won a $1,000 scholarship
from the Grand Lodge of Free
USe safety and Accepted Masons in
Florida.
guidelines when She competed in Zone 2
which includes all the northern
USing counties from Tallahassee to
generators just east of Jacksonville. The
seasn is essay *s part of the Public
As the hurricane season is Education and Citizenship-
upon us, Florida Agriculture Statewide Essay Contest. It
and Consumer Services was entitled Why Education is
Commissioner Charles H. Important.
Bronson is reminding The following is Crawford's
consumers to heed safety tips essay.
when using portable What I am about to tell you
generators. The generators is trueThe names have been
have become very popular in changed to protect the
Florida as a result of power ignorant- I mean the innocent.
outages during several record- My parents and I were in a
breaking hurricane seasons. restaurant in my home town.
"Generators are very useful As we sat enjoying our meal
when the power goes' out but we could not help but overhear
they can be hazardous when the conversation between a
consumers do not take the time young man and an older
to review safety directions and gentleman at a nearby table.
follow, the manufacturers "Mr. Phillips," the young.
guidelines," Bronson said.. man said. "I need a job."
"People should take time well. "How old are you, Greg?"
before a storm to read the the older gentleman asked?
information so they don't put "Did you finish high school?"
themselves and their families "I am eighteen." Greg
at risk." o ouct replied. "Yes, I finished high
The U.S. Consumer Product school."
Safety Commission received "So why aren't you going to
reports of 179 carbon college?" Mr. Phillips asked.
monoxide deaths associated "I am tired of school," the
with portable generators young man stated.
between 1990 and 2002. In There was a long pause
addition to the potential for-b-fore Mr. Phillips spoke.
toxic 'engine exhaust, other "Greg," the older man said,
primary hazards include "The only job I can give you
electrocution and fire. with education is saying
Three people have diedin sod.your education is laying
SouThree people have the past sod. Yeah, I'll give you a job,"
South Florida over the past he said, "And then you'll know
two years as a result of carbon what tired really is!"
monoxide poisoning from For several days I had been
generators. One used the talking with my parents about
device in the kitchen; a couple the essay would write o'n'the
died, when the generator, subject "Why Education ist
which was located outside subject "Why Educationis
which was located outside Important" I Watched as the
their 'bedroom window, two men left the restaurant,'
spewed the gas into the open then I turned to my mother and
window. p whispered, "That is why
The primary cause of death education is important."'
and illness is from carbon There had been desperation
monoxide poisoning because in the young Man's voice, and
people used generators indoors I gathered from the way Mr.
or in partially enclosed areas Phillips spoke that he was.'
such as garages or balconies. b t of
Carbon monoxide is a givingGregajoboutof
colorless, odorless gas. graciousness and not out of
Symptoms of carbon
monoxide poisoning are,
similarr-to the flu-..-People who
feel sick, dizzy orweak while Ideas are a capital that bear
inside but feel better when tak
they leave their- home, should -Antoine
be cautioned that there might -An.. toine
be carbon monoxide present
and they should get immediate
medical attention.


Some consumers in Florida
mistakenly believed that using
the generators in their garage
;was safe if the door was left
open. However, "'the gases
leaked into the homes, through
vents. In addition, garages are
not usually well ventilated so
if the owner lets it run awhile
and then comes to turn it off,
the carbon monoxide levels
can be so high as to
immediately render the person
unconscious and cause death.
Generators can produce high
levels of carbon monoxide
very quickly.
Prior to purchasing a'
generator, consumers should
make sure they get one rated
for the amount of power they
will need. Light bulbs,
appliances and equipment
usually have labels indicating
their power requirements.
People unable to determine the
amount of power they will
need should contact an
electrician for help.
Generators should support the
Minimum needs of a household
during an emergency. Also,
during an emergency the fuel
supply may be very limited so
people should' use the
generator wisely.
SFollow these safety tips to
protect against, poisoning,
electrocution and fires:
Never use a generator
indoors, including in garages,
balconies, 'crawl spaces or
other partially enclosed areas
even % %ith ventilation.
Opening windows or using
fans does not prevent carbon
monoxide buildup. ,
Place the generator
outdoors and away from doors,
windowss and vents and put it
in a covered location.
Follow the directions
that come with the unit.
Install battery-
operated carbon monoxide
alarms.
'"Many people are installing
permanent generators and they
should be sure to use qualified'
electricians," Bronson said.
"Consumers who opt for'
portable units need to take,the,
tim' "long before a disaster to '
review the instructions and'
safety tips so they don't' 'make',
a mistake that can end in a
disaster of its own."


appreciation or admiration for
the young man. I began
thinking about the significance
of what the'.older man had
said. From that one
conversation, that I had
chanced to hear, the reasons
began forming in my mind.
Education is important because
education gives you
opportunities, options, and
demonstrates to people that
you have purpose.
First of all, education is
important because it provides
you with more opportunities.
There is the opportunity to
make more money. Research
shows that college graduates
with a bachelor's, master's,
doctoral, or professional
degree will have higher
incomes and lower
unemployment rates. Most
college graduates are
employed in higher paying
jobs like managerial,
professional specialty, and
high level sales positions.
Even a person with only a
primary education earns twice
as much as a person that does
not have any education at all,
and the more education you
have the mere likely you are to
advance in a career. The
opportunity to be competitive
in the job market is another
advantage to having an
education. Education gives you
the practical skills that
employers desire. Employers
need people with writing
skills, organizational skills,
communication skills, and
problem solving skills.
Employers want people who
demonstrate a value for
learning. Then there is the
opportunity to better
participate in today's world.
Education makes it possible
for you to be a responsible
citizen and an informed
citizen. It provides
opportunities to be exposed to
different views and
perspectives.
The more you know about
the world, the better.you can,
understand it. Education is
important because it gives you


the knowledge and awareness
needed, to promote tolerance
and understanding among
people. Obviously, the
prospects of the young man
Greg are restricted. Unless he
decides that education is
important, his opportunities
will be limited. He will have to
take what ever employment he
.can get.
Secondly, education is
important is because it
provides you with options.
There is the option about what
career you want to pursue. An
education gives you power
over your destiny. Education is
vital because it gives you more
choices about you may want to
do with your life,
Education is important
because it gives you options
and control over where you
may to be employed.
Consequently, those with more
education have greater job
satisfaction.. It is easy to;see
why this is so. If your skills are
limited you do not have many
options. Research shows that
skilled professionals have
more prestigious employ ment.
Education is important
because it pro% ides the ability
to change your own situation.
Since it is a pro\ en'fact that.
being a college graduate will
likely make you more
prosperous, then it naturally
follows that being prosperous
gives you more options about
many areas of your life- what
kind of car you will drive, your
home, and your role in society,.
Education is important because
it gives you more options
about you can do with .your
life.
Finally, education is
important t because hen you
put forth the effort to obtain
new knowledge or skills it
show that you have purpose
and determination. For some
people acquiring a college
education is not difficult, but
for most, obtaining an
education requires sacrifice
and hard \ork. Furthering
)our education demonstrates to
employers that you hale


willpower. It proves you have
strength of character and mind.
Having a college education
sets you apart and above others
because of the credentials you
gain with a college education.
You show that you are
working to achieve self-
sufficiency and independence.
It means that you are an
active participant in a changing
world. Education is important
since it is significant to
employers that you are
interested in improving
yourself. Mr. Phillips was
probably not particularly eager
to hire Greg because the young
man was not enthusiastic about
school.
I thought about how
differently the conversation
might have gone.
"Mr. Phillips, n need'a job."
"How old are you, Greg?"
Mr. Phillips might ask, "Did
\ou-finish high school?"
"I am eighteen." Greg
replies. "Yes, I finished high
school."
"So why aren't you going to
college?" Mr. Phillips asks.
"I am going to college, Mr.
Phillips, but I need ajob to
.help pay for the expenses."
"Greg, I'll have to start you
.out laying sod, but as long as
you are in college I will see
that' you move up to something
better, When you get your
degree there will be plenty of
opportunities and there will be
some options for you in my
company. Yeah, I'll give you a
job Greg. You've
demonstrated to me that you
have purpose. I am glad
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Harris pays visit to Sanderson Christian Revival


Rep, Katherine Harris, a United States Senate candidate and former. Florida secretary
of state, visited Baker County on May 21. Harris is a fourth generation Floridian who
is running for the Republican nomination. She attended a reception held by Charles
and Gedone Prachar from Macclenny. The couple are long time friends of Harris. She
spoke to a gathering at the Sanderson Christian Revival Center in Sanderson. Her
address covered her faith in God as a Christian. After the service, Harris signed
copies of her book, Center of the Storm. "Katherine comes tonight to speak at our
church, not as a candidate for the U.S. Senate, but to speak about her Christian
faith," said Pastor DuWayne Bridges. "I find that Katherine os a Godly woman of
virtue who has vast experience in business, government and politics. She is the kind
of person that needs to represent the citizens of Florida." The group completed the
evening with a reception held in Harris' honor. Pictured above are Bridges, Harris,
Bridges wife, Jordianna and their daughter.


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On a sunny Saturday
morning, under a canopy of
live oaks, Karen Sugrue is
shopping at Tallahassee's
Downtown Marketplace, a
weekly farmers' and artists'
market held in a lush city park.
She's studying brimming
baskets and buckets of fresh
vegetables and fruit---shiny, .
purple eggplants, plump
"tomatoes, sw an-necked yellow%
squash, and interesting
heirloom peppers shaped like
tiny flying saucers. Live music
-floats in the air, along with the
smell of keltle korn. Sugrue
hesitates a minute, torn
between squash and eggplani,
then makes her selections. As '
she heads back to her car, her
canvas shopping bag is bulging
with produce and there's a
., bouquet of fresh-cut zinnias in
"' her arms.
"I go to farmers' markets
just about e ery %eek,
sometimes twice a week,"
Sugrue said.
And she's not alone.'
Shopping at farmers' markets
is a growing trend in Florida.
In fact, the number of farmers'
markets in the state has
doubled in the last 10 years.
"The increasing popularity
of farmers' markets is due to. a
couple of factors," said Florida
Agriculture Commissioner
.Charles H. Bronson. "First of
all, people hae become more
health-conscious, so there's


more demand for fresh, high-
quality produce-and that
means local produce Plus. our,
small farmers have become
S er\ at are of the benefits of
direct-marketing. They can
substantially increase the
profits they make on the food
they work so hard to grow."
People who shop at farmers'
markets enjoy fresh,
wholesome e produce
throughout the growing
season, while helping to keep
small farms \ iable. And there
are other, less ob, ious
benefits. too. Buying locally
grown food conserves energy
and other natural resources,
reduces air and afterr
pollution, preserves green
space, and helps build a
stronger, more close-knit*
community.
Yet iftyou ask people why
they like visiting farmers' ,
markets, the reasons they list
might not be quite so high-
minded.
"Taste," said Sharon Veago,
. manager of the High Springs
Farmers' Market in Alachua
Couni\ "That's what really
gets people first. A carrot fresh
from the ground tastes totally
different from one that's had to
travel a long distance o% er
many days. It's tender. It's
delicious. There's so much
flat or. It's so dramatic People
get hooked."
Farmers usually harn est in
the early morning, just before
heading to the markets, so it's
only a matter of hours between
harvest and purchase. That
means sugars.don't have the
chance to turn to starch;
there's little after r loss.
Produce remains vital,
intensely flavored, juicy, and


crisp. Nutrient loss is minimal,
so your food not only tastes
better, it's better for y ou.
` Yet despite the benefits of
local sourcing, most of the
food we eat comes from far
away. Today, the average trek
from farm to fork is a
whopping 1,500 miles. The
journey is rough and often
takes a long time, with produce
sitting on trucks and in
warehouses for up to tlwo
weeks. Along the way, quality
suffers, and nutrients become
-depleted.
But there's more at stake
than itamins. '
"Transporting products
across the state or across the
globe uses fuel- most always
petroleum-based fuels," said
Jonathan Austin. managing
director of the Florida Organic
Grow'ers' Association, a norn-
profit based in Gainesville..
"So when our food tra% els a
long way, we're consuming
irreplaceable natural resources
and increasing greenhouse gas
emissions."
Buying locally at farmers'"
markets cuts down on the
miles food travels, the fossil
fuels it consumes, and the
pollution it creates. It also cuts
dow n on the amount of food
packaging that ends up in
landfills.
"Most packaging is designed
to help food endure the rigors
of long-distance shipping."
Bronson said. "When we bu)
local, we keep that hear\
packaging out of the waste
stream."
When food tra% els less.-
f ewer resources are spent on
transportation and
packaging-and less money is
spent on those things, too. That


means the farmer is able to
keep more of your focd dollar.
Farming becomes more
profitable, and small farmers
are under less pressure to sell
out to developers.
"I like knowing that my
mones helps support local
farmers," Sugrue said. "I want
there to be farms in my area. 1
like seeing fields and trees. I
don't want Florida to be wall-
to-wall houses and strip
malls."
Eating locally makes for
stronger farms--and belier
towns and cities, better
communities.
"When you buy local, you
are investing in the local
economy," Austin said. "Your
money stays in the community,
where it fuels economic
growth and is used to hire local
workers."
"Farmers' markets can be
excellent tools for local
economic development,"
Bronson said. "Starting a
farmers' market can help
revitalize a city's do% nto rin.
Folks come.into the area to
shop at the farmers' market
and they end up patronizing
other nearby businesses. A
successful farmers' market can
help lift up everybody." ,:
Farmers'. markets sen e as
community gathering places,
spaces where people can linger
and chat and get to know each
.other. Tallahassee's
Downtown Marketplace has
evolved into a weekly festival,
S ith lii e music, arts and crafts.
educational exhibits, and.
commune% outreach. The
health department conducts
free glaucoma screenings; the
Humane Society offers pet
adoptions. The market hums
.ith actii\ l..People come to
bu) produce--and just to be a
part of things.
"There tends to be a social
aspect to the markets."
Bronson said. "The old ties
betw een farmer and consumer
are restored."
"I feel like shopping at the
farmers' markets is a really
positive thing," Sugrue said.
"It's good for me, it's good
for the farmers, and it's good
for the en\ ironment and our
citl. It's one of the easiest
good things I can do. Just by
busing some tomatoes, I'm
helping create the kind of
friendly, clean, healthy world I
want to Ire in."
For a list of community
farmers' markets throughout
Florida, risit
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measured withhold a consumer's
easured household goods provided that
tcan be a the price called for in the
e task," estimate is paid.
e task, ,.
getting Additional information on
king out intrastate moving can be
ad n accessed on the Division of
rights tin Consumer Services website at
dds that www.800helpfla.com.
ble-free
intly."
w, all Signups being
mpanies
d with accepted for
on f f..
- and fishing:
raged to tou nam
ine at I t urnament
7352) to Signup for this year's
pany or Tom Rymer Memorial
isidering fishing tournament to be
o check held Tuesday. July 4, are
s. now being accepted. The
- those event will be held on Lake
Florida Butler with check-in
>r from beginning at 4 a.m. The
da are event will begin at safe-
and are light. Entry fee is $40 and
SU.S. contestants must use
of artificial bail. The annual
Federal event will pay $1,000 to the
Safety winner. Specially tagged
can be bass will be worth a $500
238. prize as well. For more
guards information, contact David
oC earning Androlevich at (386) 496-
4853.


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.ie 8, 2006 UNION COUNI1 i TIMES Page 5A


Recently, members of the
Union County High
School JROTC program
performed a flag raising
and folding ceremony for
Incoming school patrols
at Lake Butler Elementary
-School. The
demonstration was to
help the patrols realize
the significance of raising
and folding the flag
properly. JROTC
Instructor Sgt. Gene Black
was in charge of the
ceremony and explained
every event to the young
patrols.


Walter Littles, Donny Starling, Aaron Young and Michael Cairel salute at the
completion of the flag folding ceremony.


Above: Donny Starling, Sgt. Gene Black and
Young demonstrate why folding the flag is a ce
is so Important.
Left: Aaron Young and Donny Starling prepare
the flag.




*.. ....


Bronson
Reminds People
To Plan Ahead
For Animals
Florida Agriculture and
Consumer Services
Commissioner Charles H.
Bronson is urging Florida
Residents to ha% e a plan read)
:or their pets and li stock in
the event of a hurricane.
"An approaching hurricane
brings enough worries and
S people should not wait until
the last minute to'have specific
plans in place to deal w ith their
pets and livestock in the event
of an e% acuation or even
power outage." Bronson said.
."The time to bave the plan in
place is well before a storm is
bearing dow n."
Pet owners should keep ID
tags and %accinations up to
date. They should also prepare
a disaster kit to take if they
bring along their pets during
an evacuation or to bring to a
shelter or hoarding facility. It
should include: food and water
for at least three days for each
pet and.a manual can opener;
vaccination records.
medications and medical
records stored in a waterproof
container; written information
on medical conditions,
behavior problems and contact
numbers for the veterinarian;
.... sturdy) leashes, harnesses and
carriers to transport pets
safely; current photos to help
others identify them in the
event people become separated
from their pets.
People should also find out.
in advance % which hotels and
motels outside their immediate
area will accept pels; check
with friends and relatives if
they would be able to shelter a
pet if necessary; make a list of
boarding facilities and
veterinary offices along an
evacuation route that maN be
able to shelter animals in
emergencies
People % ho o% n horses
should also make ad% ance
arrangements to shelter the
'animals in an emergency
Se acuption. They can contact
their local agricultural
* extension agent or emergency
management authorities ;4 find
out about shelters in the area.
Horse owners should also
,I put the animal's Coggins tests,


veterinary papers,
identification photographs and
other % ial information in a
%%atertight container. They
should also have a supply of
water, hay, feed and
medications for several days
for each horse being evacuated
and prepare a basic, portable
first aid kit.
If it is not possible to
evacuate a horse, owners
should make sure every.animal
has durable and visible
identification, reinforce the
barn and outbuildings with
hurricane straps and other
measures and modify fencing
and open gates so that-horses
can move to high ground in the
event of a floor or low-lying
areas during high winds.
People should have large
containers of water ready for
animals, enough to last at least
a week after the hurricane apd
secure anything that could


become blowing debris and
injure the animals.
The Division of Anirbal
Industry web site at
http://www.doacs.state.fl.us/ai/
adc/adcemerg_manag_links.s
html has emergency animal
shelter and other important
information available.

VFW to host
benefit fish fry
The Veterans of Foreign
Wars Lake Butler Post
10082 will host a fish fry to
benefit the organizations
building fund on Friday,
June 9 beginning at 4 p.m.
The cost of the dinner os $5
and includes fish,,
hushpuppies, baked beans,
cheese grits and dessert.
'Eeryone is invited. The
VFW is located on S.R. 231
south in Lake Butler.


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New Rivei
CMC host
revival
A re\ i\al %ill be
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Methodist Church J
It % ill begin nightly
p.m. The Re\. Neil
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evangelist for the en
Everyone is invited


Geological
Exhibit
In a state where rocks are
scarce, it's a novelty to visit
one spot and see examples o
22 different types of rocks:
Migmatite, a black and
white metamorphic rock wit
swirly pattern reminiscent of
hurricane's spiral.
A sandstone from
Connecticut stamped with th
footprint of a dilophosaurus
200 million years ago.
An I1,000-pound gabbro
boulder with light-colored
veins of quartz and pyrite.
Santa Fe Community
College will dedicate its new
Jean Klein Rock Cycle Gard
at 2:30 p.m. Tuesday, June 6
The. garden's boulders encirc
a sinkhole in front of the
library at Santa Fe's NW
campus at 3000 NW 83 rd
Street, a picturesque, park-li
setting.
The rock cycle, for all you
non-geologist.types, shows
that rocks can change from o
rock type to another over
geologic time. The rocks are
placed in order from early
magma stage to later
sedimentary forms, and a sig
at each rock explains its orig
type, and donor.
The rock garden is the res
of Geology Professor Micha
, Patrick's vision and hard wo
and is one of just a few rock
cycle gardens in the United
States.
"It's designed to instill in
students and \ visitors alike ai
appreciation of the beauty,
origin, evolution and
interrelationships betw een
Earth's rocks," said Patrick,
who arranged for rock
donations from quarries in
states such as California,
Oregon. Tenneseee and
Colorado b6 er the past two
years.


AaronThe rock garden \ ill be b
aron teaching tool and inspiration
retain way Patrick said.
"It's one thing to hold a r
e to fold sample in your hand in a lab
explained Patrick. "It's quit
another experience to run \N
fitngers.\_.er a-boulder_\ith
real structure."
The garden's.namesake,
I .- :tean Klein. %as a 31-sear
":- -'-employ ee Y-Santa.Fe,; a
geology professor and
chairman of Santa Fe's scie
department for 13 years. Klh
died in 2003.
r Teachers, parents, rock
:S hounds all are invited to
campus to check out the roc
cycle garden. A downloadal
held at brochure for a self-guided t
Sgational \ill eventually be available
June 7-9 online or call (352' 395- 53.
at[ for more information.
Griffis
guest
vent. .


SFCC Dedicate
Flag ceremony helps patrols realize significance New Outdoor


!s Bronson
encourages
Floridians to
Handle, Cook
Food Safely
f With the picnic and
barbecue season officially set
to kick off during the
h a upcoming Memorial Day
fa weekend, Florida Agriculture
and Consumer Services
Commissioner Charles H.
le Bronson today reminded state
residents to follow a few food
safety tips to avoid turning a
party into a trip to the doctor.
"Everybody loves cookouts
and picnics, and with a little
care, nothing will mar the fun
Iv and enjoyment of doing these
len things with friends or family,"
,6 Bronson said. "But food safety
cle measures are particularly
important, especially this time
of year when temperatures are
heating up."
ke Before you barbecue, make,
certain to:
u Clean and sanitize
cooking equipment.
one Wash )our hands
thoroughly with soap and hot
water before beginning to
prepare the food.
Keep raw foods away
gn from cooked foods to avoid
gin, cross-contamination and
make sure ihat raw meat juies
.ult never come in contact with
Lel salads and vegetables.
ork Moreover, use a different plate
or platter tdocarry the meat off
the grill than the one you used
to transport the raw meat.
While cooking. use a meat
n thermometer to make sure that
the meat is sufficiently cooked.
Beef, lamb and pork should
register an internal temperature
of at least 160 degrees while
poultry should be cooked to
"165 degrees. It is particularly)
critical that food reaches those
temperatures %%hen cooking
ground meat products.
Food should be consumed as
soon as it is reads. and
oth; leftovers should be refrigerated
n, % within t%\o hours of coming off
the grill or coming out of the
ock
," -refrigerator in the case of
e salads.
our Precooked picnic items
should be kept in insulated
-- containers. %i.th plenty of ice or
cold packs to last until all of
the food is consumed. ,-,; ,
,. ...Failing to adhere. to. food.
safety tips can subject
nee consumers to an\ number of
ein food borne illnesses which.
while rarelN fatal, can make
people v iolently ill -
sometimes for a number of
k days.
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democracy without daily
citizenship.
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Page6A UNION COUNTY TIMES June 8, 2006


4-H
Continued from p. 1A


New
Jerusalem to
host revival
The Ni w lerusalem Full


All odner creditors oTr Indeceaemn
and other persons having claims or
demands against the Decedent's
estate, including unmatured,
contingent or.unliquidated claims,
must file their claims with this Court
WITHIN THREE (3) MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED WILL


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kids. She.said-both-parents-and-- Gospel Church will host BE FOREVER BARRED. E
children would come to her ospe ur wil The date of the first publication of this P
children would come to her revival June 5-9 beginning Notice is June 1, 2006. E
with questions about their at 7 p.m. each night. Co-Personal Representatives: L
animals. Evangelist Calvin Robinson AMANDA L. SCOTT F
"The same kids that are will be the special guest P.O. Box715 T
going to be in my 4-H program speaker. The church is HawthomeVID B. FINN32640 F
would ask 'Why isn't my pig located at the corner of S.R. 517 Carambola Avenue E
gaining any weight or why is it 121 and C.R. 18 in Altamonte Springs, FL32714 T
peeling?'" Douglas said. Worthinton Springs For Attorney for Co-Personal -I
peelc ing?' Douglas Worthington Representatives R
"Interacting with them like that "more information, call DAWN M. VALLEJOS-NICHOLS, F
gave me a sense of where I Annette Seay at (386) 496- Esq. S
really wanted to be. I left 3383 or Roseanna Barnett at AVERA & AVERA, LLP C
Hillindale not only to be with (386) 496-1461 Florida Bar No.0009891 S
my daughter, but to interact 2814 SW 13thStreet S
ith ki That is where m Gainesville, FL 32608 F
with kids. That is where my (352) 372-9999/FAX 375-2526 C
heart was and though I loved 6/1 2tchg. 6/8 A
my job, I still didn't have the B
influence I wanted over the Grace IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE T
ynuth" e EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN IN
youth" Christian AND FOR UNION COUNTY, R
Douglas said when she saw FLORIDA F
the advertisement for her Fellowship CASE NO.: 63-2006-CP-0006 C
current position, she knew it PROBATE DIVISION A
was God working again. She hOSts VBS. IN RE: ESTATEOF I.
was Go woing again. e .... ASHLEY LEE KEEN '
decided she could not miss the Grace Christian Deceased. 3
opportunity. Fellowship Baptist Church NOTICE TO CREDITORS 2
"For one to pop up in Union The administration of the Estate of IN
Cantor had to pop for in willh.ost Vacation Bible ASHLEY LEE KEEN, deceased, File T
County, I had to apply for it School June 5-9 beginning Number 63-2006-CP-0006, is 2
because I felt like the job was at 6:30 p.m. each evening, pending in the Circuit Court for Union b
meant for me," Douglas said. The evening will begin with County, Florida Probate Division, the tc
address of which is 55 West Main W
"It's right up my alley, and it's dinner followed by bible addreet, Lakef whiButler, FL 32054. The in
what I enjoy doing." study, crafts and recreation, name and address of the personal tt
She said she has a strong A nursery will be provided, representative and the attorney for the D
belief that through agricultural For more information, personal representative are set forth
education, it is possible for contact Terry Elixson Sr. at A editors of the Decedent and
students to have a one room (386) 496-3583. other persons having claims or an
classroom, demands against Decedent's estate,
"There is not a topic in the including un.aatured,-contingent-;,-er- -',1
T,- ered, s n-t'- --to dic --n-t ---o U'niitquidated claims, on whom a copy S
.-. .world,-FeAT- -'Itn-dard d or I of this notice is served must file their JE
Sunshine State Standard, that FelloWSlhip claims with this Court WITHIN THE 9
can not be applied through ., ..LATER OF THREE (3) MONTHS A
agricultural education," Baptist hosts AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST
agricultural s educ action, loo' V PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE
Douglas said. A lot of the VBS OR THIRTY (30) DAYS AFTER I
course work I compiled while THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A
in college was based on that Fellowship Baptist COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON
philosophy." Church of Raiford will host THEM.
pShe gavey the example that Vacation Bible School June All other creditors of the Decedent
She gave theexample that action Bible School June and other persons having claims or B
simply growing potatoes 5-9 from 7-8:30 p.m. The demands against the Decedent's 6
involved much of the course school is for children in estate, including unmatured, J;
work students find themselves grades kindergarten through contingent or unliquidated claims, p
facing. 12 grade. The theme of the must file their claims with this Court, v.
fa.ing. egra I e" e o WITHIN THREE (3) MONTHS- R
"By the time you get done event will be "The Life of AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST M
with the project you could ask, Moses". For more PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE. D
'Where did they originate?' so information, call (386) 431- ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED WILL
me1066. BE FOREVER BARRED. N
you have some geography and The date of the first publication of this pL
'How do they grow?' so you Notice is June 1,2006. of
have some science and, 'How Personal Representative: ol
far apart do you' plant them?' AMANDA L. SCOTT c
s y hv o t P.O. Box 715 1i
so you have some math," SCRC youth Hawthome, FL 32640 Fl
Douglas said. "Before your Attomey for Co-Personal E
done, you have. co.Mpletiiiny group to hold Representatives P
topic that is available in the DAWN M. VALLEJOS-NICHOLS,
Esq. D
school system." car Wash AVERA & AVERA, LLP-
So where did her love of The Sanderson Christian Florida Bar No. 0009891. of
teaching come trom? She truly 2814 SW 13th Street SE
eehig come from? She truly Re rival Center youthgroup Gainesville, FL 32608 sa
believes it came rom her wilbe-holding a cair wash (352) 372-9999/FAX 375-2526 B
We used to make jokes that the next two Saturdays to : .. 6/1.2tchg. 6/8 SE
we 'graduated from the Boy raise money to go to INTHECIRCUIT
Scouts," Douglas said "My summer camp. On June 10. FOR UNION COUNTY FORIDA 3
ndrmth daer wasinvolved the scouts the group % ill be at Skip's CASE NO.: 63-2005-CA-0030 Rt
and my dad was the scout Deli in Lake Butler taking STAGE COACH ENTERPRISES, co
master. We went through the donations. The event begins INC., etc., a
those same programs' with at 9 a.m. Skip's located on Plaintiffs, N
them: The stuff he did with S.R. 231 across from Spires 'CITFINANCIAL MORTGAGE, INC., ce
Those kids was cool. IGA.'For more information, etc. et. al. N
She said there was never a contact DuWayne Bridges Defendants. R
lack of children around either. at (386) 967-0125. NOTICE OF JUDICIAL SALE pc
"My house was like a big PURSUANT TO SECTION of
"M. le aS ig 45.031(1), FLORIDA S
circus," Douglas said. "Mom STATUTES ali
and dad had kids coming in TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: ar
andl out of the, house all the NOTICE is hereby given that ce
time." pursuant to the Summary Final of
Though she's only, been .n I A I Judgment of Forecloauro..entered.on. N2
Though she's only been on May242006;CaseNo: 63-2005 of
the job a few weeks, Douglas CA-0030 of the Circuit Court Union Be
said she already has some County, Florida, in which Stage 2(
goals in mind for the program. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE Coach Enterprises, Inc., a Nevada F
She said the goals of the 4-H EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN CitiFinancial Mortgage, Inc., Citi PE
Union County Advisory AND FOR UNIONCOUNTY, Trust Bank, CitiFinancial Services, m
Council will be what she T. .FLORIDA Inc., successor to Associates fol
follow s, but will attempt to CASE NO.: 63-2006-CP-0007 Finandial Services -Company of
l t PROBATE DIVISION Florida, Inc., successor to Avco
balance them out. N RE: ESTATE OF Financial Services of Florida, Inc.;
S"Those before me have done MIRANDA DEANNA FINN, Unknown heirs, devisees, grantees
a great job with the Deceasled assignees,'lienors, creditors,'trustees
environmental education and The administration of the Estate of or claimants coming by, through
Tfhe county already has a great MIRANDA DEANNA FINN under Betty Lou Hallmark 'a/k/a Betty
background in agricultural deceased, File Number 63-2006-CP-' Lou Hunt ak/a Betty L. York a/k/a
education with farming and 0007, is pending in the Ciruit Court ey L. York Trowee, eeceasei,
..-.mer.pg, Desgias "ivisn, the addss of which is 55 "the Estate of Betty Lou Hallmarka/k/a
"My goal is to balance out the West Main Street, Lake Butler, FL Betty Lou iunt a/k/a Betty L. York
third aspect of the program, 32054. The'name and address of the a/k/a Betty York Trowell, deceased;
leadership, with the rest; of the co-personal representatives and the Unknown Claimants of Estate of
areas" attorney for the copersonal Betty Lou Hallmark a/k/a Betty Lou
arsrepresentatives are et forth below. Hunt a/k/a Betty L. York a/k/a Betty
She said she would love, to All creditors of the Decedent and York Trowell, deceased; Michael
see more kids get involved other, persons having claims or York, as, an heir of the Estate of Betty
% ith 4-H outside the school demands against Decedent's estate Lou Hallmark a/k/a Betty Lou Hunt
Se S e including' unmatured, contingent, or a/k/a Betty L. York a/k/a Betty York
setting. She feelsthat if more uniwhom a co Trowell deceased; Veida Patience
children were invol' ed in the of this notice is served must file their Isaac a/k/a Pat Isaac, an heir of the
regular clubs the program has claims with this Court WITHIN THE Estate of Betty LouHlallmark a/k/a
to offer, more would obtain LATER OF THREE (3)MONTHS Betty LouHunt a/k/a Betty L.York '
leadership pos tons. She also PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE Elizabeth York a/k/a Betty York, asan
ants to seeo the program OR THIRTY (30) DAYS AFTER helr of the Estate of Betty Lou
expanded beyond the county THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A Hallmark a/k/a Betty Lou Hunt a/k/a
level COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON Betty L. York a/k/a Betty York
NOt' having a background in THEM. Trowell, deceased; anyv and all
N.the. 4-H program, she said sheE
w'as amazed when she came to HEAVY EQUIPMENT OPERATOR
find out all it encompassed.
"I was under the same TRAINING FOR EMPLOYMENT
misunderstanding as many ..
other people, that 4-H is Bulldozers, Backhoes, Loaders, Dump
something you do until you -..'Trucks, Graders, Scrapers, Excavators
can.join FFA," Douglas said. '
"The program encompasses a: -Nlational Certification
variety of topics for kids ages "". -Job Placement Assistance
5-19." '
'When asked if she.fel that 800-405-5833
being from; Union 'County
would make her job easier, Associated TrainingServices www.equipment-school.com
Douglas said it was a yes'-a'nd4" : : .S c .. e ip nc........ ....o


no answer.
"Yes because I'm from. here
aand have many more .contacts
than someone who is not from
the cournti." Douglas said. "No
because, 'being from here,
people are not going to see
there is any room for change. I
feel, that's where it's going to
hurt me, but it's more good
than bad."


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mIJT m ino- _t M lanlirTy uy, utlr"Uy[I
ir under and against the named
defendants who are known, dead or
alive, whether said unknown parties
nay claim an interest as a spouse.
heir, devisee, grantee or claimant,
and Tenant #1 n/k/a Peggy York are
he defendants, the Clerk of this Court
will sell at public sale the following
described real property:
Exhibit A
PARCEL #1: LOT 1,EXCEPT THE
EAST 442.5 FEET THEREOF, AND
LOT 2, EXCEPT THE WEST 104
EET THEREOF, ALSO EXCEPT
THE RIGHT OF WAY OF ACL
RAILROAD. DEKLE'S FIRST
ADDITION TO THE CITY OF LAKE
BUTLER, FLORIDA, ACCORDING
TO PLAT THEREOF RECORDED
N PLAT BOOK- PAGE 8, PUBLIC
RECORDS OF UNION COUNTY,
FLORIDA. SAID PROPERTY
ITUATE IN THE NORTH HALF
)F GOVERNMENT LOT 3,
SECTION 31, TOWNSHIP 5
SOUTH, RANGE 20 EAST.
PARCEL #2: THE EAST 142.5 FEET
)F LOT 1, DEKLE'S FIRST
ADDITION TO THE CITY OF LAKE
BUTLER, FLORIDA, ACCORDING
O PLAT THEREOF RECORDED
N' PLAT BOOK 1, PAGE 8, PUBLIC
RECORDS OF UNION COUNTY,
LORIDA, EXCEPT THE RIGHT
)F WAY OF ACL RAILROAD, IF
,NY, SAID PROPERTY SITUATE
N THE NORTH_.. HALF OF
GOVERNMENT LOT 3, SECTION
1, TOWNSHIP 5 SOUTH, RANGE
0 EAST, ALL LYING AND BEING
N UNION COUNTY FLORIDA.
he sale will be held on June 22,
006 at 11:00 a.m. to the highest and
est bidder for cash, at the front steps
the Union County Courthouse, 55
N. Main Street, Lake Butler, Florida,
accordance with Section 45.031 of
ie Florida Statutes.
ated this 25th day of May, 2006.
REGINA PARRISH
CLERK OF SAID COURT
BY: Julia Croft
As Deputy Clerk
ance P. Cohen
723.Blaoding.Blyd.,..-... -- -
Suite 102
acksonville, FL 32210
04-388-6500
ttomey for Plaintiff f "
6/1 2tchg.6/8
N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR UNION COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 63-2005-CA-0088
EN CAMPEN
550 St. Augustine Rd. Ste 203
acksonville, FL 32217
laintiff,
OBERTC. ABBOTTand
ICHAEL K. ZECHIEL,
defendants.
NOTICE OF SALE
OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT,
pursuant to Plaintiff's Final Judgment
f Foreclosure and Reestablishment
f Note entered in the above-
aptained action, I. will. sell the
property situated, in Union County,
orida, described as follows, to wit:
EXHIBIT "A"
arcel No. 17 of Upland Pines
plantation, Union County, Florida.
escripfidn:
ommence at the Northeast corner
f Section 20-T6S-R18E and run
87008'21"W along the North line of
aid section 230.00' to the Point of
eginn ing, thence' conTilue
8708'21"W along said North line
11 18'. thence run .-S32045'W
107 61', Inence run S715'E,520.00' to
e North R/W of Sara Lane (60'
/W), said point lying on a curve
incave to the Northwest and having.
radius of 520.00', thence run
ortheasterly along said R/W.curve
in arc distance of 181.52' (through a
central angle of 2000' and a chord of
72045'E 180.60'), to the Point of
reverse Curve in said road; said
>int lying on a curve having a radius
1175.92' and being concave to the
southeast, thence run Northeasterly
ong the arc of said R/WAN curve an
c distance of 185.80' (through a
;ntral angle ol 9003'10" and a chord
N6716'28"E 185.61', thence run
1246'29"W 660.62' to the North line
Section 20 and the Point of
egihning. Being and lying in Section
)-T6S-R18E, Union County,.
orida.
arcel #17A of Upland Pines
antation, Union 'County, Florida,
ore particularly described as
lows: .


Commence at the Northeast corner
of Section 20-T6S-R18E as the Point
of Beginning and run S8708'21"W
along the North line of said section
230.00', thence run S2046'29"E
660.62' to the North R/W of Sara
Lane (60' R/W), said point lying on a
curve having a radius of 1175.92' and
being concave to the Southeast ,
thence run Northeasterly along the
arc Of said R/W curve an arc
distance of 233.75' (through a central
angle of 11023'21" and a chord of
N77029'56"E 233.36'), thence run
N2046'29"W 621.53'to the Northeast
corner of Section 20 and the Point of
Beginning. Being and lying in Section
20-T6S-R18E, Union County,.
Florida-- ....
EXHIBIT "B"
Easements
Re: Sara Lane and Jesse Lane of
Upland Pines Plantation
A strip of land 60' wide lying 30' to the
right and 30' to the left of the following
described centerline:
Commence at the Southeast corner
of Section 17-T6S-R18E and run N2
degrees 40'40" W along the East line
of said section 2490.56 to a concrete
monument; thence run S87 Degrees
11 '01"W 670.13' to an iron pin; thence
run S2 Degrees 40'40"E 130' to the
P.O.B. of said centerline; thence
continue S2 Degrees 40'40" E along
said centerline.1.753.49'.to a point,
hereihafter known as Point "A";
. thence run S18 Degrees 30"W along
said centerline 1029.43' to the P.C. of
a curve having a radius of 293.99' and
being concave to the Northeast;
thence run Southeasterly along the
arc of said centerline curve an arc
distance of 388.68' (through a central
angle of 75 Degrees 45'), to the Point
of Compound Curve of a curve
having a radius.of 550' and being
concave to the Northeast; thence run
Easterly along the arc of said
centerline curve an arc distance of
575.96' (through a central angle of 60
Degrees), to the Point of Reverse,
Curve of said centerline, said curve
having. radius of 1 45.92'-and being"
concave to the Southeast; thence run
Northeasterly along the.arc of said
centerline curve an arc distance of
474.14',(through"a central angle of 23
Degrees 42'24"), to the P.T. of said
Centerline curve; thence run N86
Degrees 27'24" E along said
centerline 1955' to the P.C. ofa curve
having a radius of 1145.92' and being
concave to the Southwest; thence run
Southeasterly along the arc of said
centerline curve an arc distance of
481.08' (through a central angle of 24
Degrees 03'14"), to the P.T. of said
curve; thence run S69 Degrees
29'22" E along said centerline 57.76' *
to the P.C. of a curve having a radius '
of 531.60' and being concave to the
Northeast; thence run Easterly along
the arc of said centerline curve an arc
distance.of 197.69' (through a central
angle of 21 Degrees 18'25"), to the
P T. of said curve and the West R/W
of State Road No. 791 (80' R/W) and..
the end of said centerline.
Return to Point "A," said-point being
the P.O.B.. of a strip of land 40' wide,
lying 20'to the right and 20' to the left
of the following described centerline;
from said Point "A" run S87 Degrees
11'01"W along said centerline
1056.51' to the end of said centerline,
all being and lying in Sections 17, 20
and 21. T6S-R18E, Union'Coufity,
Florida ..
at public sale, to the highest and best
bidder, for cash at the Union County


Courthouse, Lake Butler, Florida, at
11 a.m., on the 22nd day of June,
2006.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: Julia Croft
deputy Clerk
Timothy D. Padgett
Penson & Padgett, P.A.
2810 Remington Green Circle
Tallahassee, FL 32303 -
(850) 561-8000; (850) 561-8030 FAX
6/1 2tchg. 6/8
NOTICE OF PROPOSED
APPROVAL OF AN
APPLICATION FOR A
SPECIAL EXCEPTION
PERMIT BY THE BOARD OF
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
ACTING AS THE BOARD OF
ADJUSTMENTS OF UNION
COUNTY, FLORIDA. -
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that in
June 19 at 6:50 p.m., the Boardof
County Commissioners, acting as
the Board of Adjustments of Unio6n
County, Florida, will meet in a Public
Hearing to be held in Room 101 oftfe
Union County Courthouse, LaKe
Butler, Florida, to consider -an
Application for a special exception
permit for construction of Santa Fe
Mennonite Church. Said application
may be inspected by the' public at IS
Northeast First Street, Lake -Butler,
Florida, during the hours of 8:00 aii.
through 12:00 p.m., Monday through
Friday, excepting legal holidays. All
interested parties may appear at tie
meeting and be heard with respectit
the proposed application. -
6/1 2tchg. 68
NOTICE OF PROPOSED
APPROVAL OF A ZONING-=
CHANGE BY THE BOARD OF
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
OF UNION COUNTY -
FLORIDA, ACTING AS THE-
PLANNING AND ZONING-
BOARD
NOTICE IS HEREBY,GIVEN that doai
June 19 at,;5Q.,p,m.,.the Board,'of
Couhty Commissioners of. Unioil
County, Florida, will meet as the
-Planning and Zoning Board in "a
Public Hearing to be held in RooffE
101 of the Union County Courthouse-
Lake Butler, Florida, for approval of
zoning change by Harry WV,
Parmenter and Margaret Ann-
Creasy. Said proposal may be
inspected by the public at 15
Northeast First Street, Lake Butler-;
Florida, during the hours of 8:00 a.nf.
through 12:00 p.m.. Monday through
Friday, excepting legal holidays. All
interested parties may appear at the.
meeting and be heard with respect to.
the proposed zoning change.
S6/1 2tchg. 6/8
UNION COUNTY HOUSING
AUTHORITY
715 WEST MAIN STREET
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
(386) 496-2047 ,
Fax (386) 496-0711
THE UNION COUNTY HOUSING.
AUTHORITY WILL HOLD ITS-
REGULAR SCHEDULED-
MONTHLY BOARD MEETING ON
THE SECOND MONDAY OF EACH
MONTH AT 6:30 P.M. ":.''
'MEETING FOR' .JUNE IS:
RESCHEDULED FOR JUNE 12,.
2006, AT THE TEMPORARY
OFFICE LOCATED AT: 502 S.W.
8in y1Mtf.-, Ahl. #U LAKt_
BUTLER, FLORIDA 32054.
6/8 1chg.


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



SFCC's College for Kids scheduled for July 10


BY LINDSEY KIRKLAND
Telegraph Staff Writer
School just got out, but
some students will soon be
heading back-back to college
that is .
For the fourth year, Santa Fe
Community College is offering
its College for Kids (CFK)
program.
CFK offers students who
will be in sixth to 10t grade an
opportunity to learn about a
variety of academic topics in a
fun and hands-on environment,
according to the CFK program
:guide. If home schooled,
:students must be in the age
range of students in those
grades.
At the SFCC Andrews
Center in Starke, CFK runs
'from July 10-21, but walk-in
-registration began April 24. It
Swill continue until the courses
are full. Students must have a
picture ID made at the
Andrews Center by June 23.
Students can take classes
from 8:10 a.m. to 4:40 p.m. in
two sessions, a half or whole
day, and pick them as a real
college student would.
Class subjects are arts and
crafts, classic ballet, cool




Starke
Kiwanis club
hosts poker
tournament
June 16
The Kiwanis Club of Starke
will be hosting a fund-raising
Texas Hold 'Em poker
tournament Friday, June 16, at
.6:30 p.m. at the Starke Golf
and Country Club.
Cash prizes will be awarded
to the,-top five finishers.
including $600 (dependent
upon 60 participants) to the
winner.
Participation is limited to 60
players, so all. interested are
encouraged to call (904) 964-
5827 and ask for Steve to
register or save a seat as soon
'as possible.
The cost of the tournament
is $50, which gives each
participant a set number. df
chips to play with. 'Food and
drinks will also be available.
Though the tournament
begins at 6:30 p.m.,
participants are encouraged to
show up between 6-6:15 p.m.
lo sign up and be assigned
tables.


Jewelry I and II, creative
movement, drama, Spanish for
everyone, family feud
(communication skills),
Leather Working II, life on the-


kitchen trail, modern dance,
puppy training and care, save a
life (first aid), Science Rulz I
and II, scrap it (scrapbooking),
sports and fitness, the magic of


math, veterinary internship and
window movie maker action!
A two-week session ranges
from $105-210 with an
optional $20 meal supervision


for half day students who bring
their lunch. SFCC Andrews
Center Director Cheryl Canova
said 21 scholarships are
available this year.


For additional information,
visit www.mysfcc.com, or
contact Canova ,at (904) 964-
5382 or by e-mail at comm-
ed@sfcc.edu.


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E.C. Hudson

Ephesian Hudson
MIAMI Ephesian Calvin
"E.C." Hudson, 74, of Miami
died suddenly on Thursday, June
1, 2006, at his residence.
Born in Bunnell, on March 12,
1932, Mr. Hudson lived in Starke
before moving to Miami. He was
a member of First Baptist Church
of Brownsville.
Mr. Hudson is survived by: his
wife of 54 years, Gladys Collin
Hudson; six sons, Calvin
Hudson, Leon Hudson, Bernard
Hudson, Michael Hudson,
Derrick Hudson and Alvin
Hudson, all of Miami; two
daughters, Linda Hudson
McCutchen and Betty J. Hudson
Joseph, both of Miami; seven
brothers, John H. Hudson,
Clifford Hudson, Rudolph
Hudson and Eugene Hudson, all
of Starke, Matthew Hudson of
Miami, Willie Hudson of Ocala,
and Roosevelt Hudson of Dover,
Del.; two sisters, Corine Hudson
Howard of Miami, and Barbara
Hudson Samuels. of Ocala; 16
grandchildren and 10 great-
grandchildren. He was preceded
in death by his parents, Charlie
and Betty Hudson; four siblings,
William E. Hudson, Charlie E.
Hudson Jr., Alice Hudson Harris
and Flora Hudson Harris.
Funeral services for Mr.
Hudson will be held Saturday,
June 10, 2006, at nopn, at First
Baptist Church of Brownsville.
Viewing will be Friday, June
9, 2006, at Grace Funeral Home,
770 N.W. '19th St., Miami.












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Margret Newton

Margret Newton
ORLANDO Margret Johnson
Newton, 62, of Orlando died
Saturday, June 3.-2006.
Born in La\teN, on Sept. 19,
1943, Mrs. Newton was a first-
grade teacher in the Orange
County School System for 32
years and was a member of St.
John Missionary Baptist Church
of Orlando.
Mrs. Newton is survived by:
her husband, Nathaniel. Newton
Sr.; four sons, Nathaniel Newton
Jr;, Timothy Newton, Kenneth
Newton and T"on. Newton; a
daughter, Sheila Newton; 23
grandchildren and three great-
grandchildren. '
Funeral sert ices for Mrs.
Newton %kill be held on Saturday,

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(904)964-7711

218 N. Temple Ave. *
Starke .


June 10, 2006, at I p.m., at Mt.
Pleasant Missionary Baptist
Church, 4077 Prince Hall Blvd.,
Orlando, with the Rev. Rolous
Frazier Jr., eulogist, and the Rev.
Joe Cephus Johnson presiding.
Visitation will be Friday, June
9, 2006, from 4-8 p.m., at
Mitchell's Funeral Home, 501
Fairvilla Road in Orlando.

Leola Christy
STARKE Leola Fogg Roberts
Christy, 98, of Starke died
Wednesday, May 31, 2006, at
North Florida,Rehabilitation and
'Specialty Care following an
extended illness.
Born in Graham, on June 19,
1907, Mrs. Christy was a
lifelong resident of Bradford
County. She was a member of
First Baptist Church of Starke,
and was a retired school teacher.
She worked for the Bradford
County School Board and the
Glenn County (Ga.) School
Board. She was a former member
of Starke Woman's Club.
Mrs. Christy is survived by: a
son, J. Perman Roberts of
Gainesville; two grandchildren
and three great-grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by her
husbands, Jake P. Roberts and
Charles N. Christy.
Graveside services for Mrs.
Christy were June 3, 2006, in
Crosby Lake Cemetery with the
Rev. Terry Blakeslee conducting
the services., interment followed
under the care of Jones Funeral
Home of Starke.

Albert Crosby
STARKE Albert Lee "Al"
Crosby, 86, of Starke died
Monday, June 5, 2006, at
Portsbridge Hospice in Conyers,
Ga., following an extended
illness.
Born in Aucilla, on Sept. 10,
1919, Mr. Crosby was a
longtime area resident. He was a
member of First United
Methodist Church of Starke. He
was a retired Civil Service
employee. He worked with the
Florida National Guard as an
administrator/supply and
personnel specialist from 1948-
79. He was supervisor of
elections for Bradford County
1948-52, a volunteer fireman for
the city of Starke from 1952-58,
was the Bradford County veterans
service officer for many years.
He was a former member of the
city of Starke Zoning. Board,
served as the planning and ,
zoning director from 1979-82.
He served in the Florida National
Guard and the United States
Marine Corps. ,He. was .an *
-appointed' medmb-er-'of:-the-t
ad% isor board for t.he.Bradf.rdr
C'ount) Transportation
Disadvantaged Board, was
appointed to the Santa Fe
Community College Government
Studies Committee in 1988,' was
a member and past commander of
Jhe American Legion Post 56 of
Starke, and a member and past
president of the Starke Rotary
Club. He was a member Qf the
Florida National Guard Officer's
Association.
Mr. Crosby is survived by: two
daughters, Anita Jane Porter of
Conyers, Ga., and Ruth Nelson
of Oxford, Ga.; a son, Dale A.
Crosby of Orlando; two sisters,
Madeline Jones of Gainesville,
and Dorothy Hardy of Pompano
Beach; a brother, Lamar R.
Crosby of Titusville; seven'
grandchildren and three great-
grandchildren. He was preceded
in death by his wife, Violet.
Crosby.
Funeral .services for Mr.
Crosby will be held at 11 a.m.,


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Sun. 4:50, 7:00
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on Monday, June 12, 2006, in
First United Methodist Church of
Starke with the Rev. Mike
Hutcherson conducting the
services. Interment will follow
in Crosby Lake Cemetery under
the care of Jones Funeral Home
of Starke.
The family will receive friends
at the funeral home on Sunday,
June 11, 2006, from 6-8 p.m.
Memorial contributions may
be made to First United
Methodist Church, P.O. Box
157, Starke, FL 32091.

Stephen Danzis
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS -
Stephen John Danzis, 61, of
Keystone Heights died Sunday,
June 4, 2006, at his residence
following an extended illness.
Born in Miami Springs, Mr.
Danzis retired from the U.S.
Navy following 30 years of
service. He also served in
Vietnam. He was a correctional
officer at Florida State Prison,
retiring after 10 years. He was of
the Catholic faith.
Mr. Danzis is survived by: his
wife, Donna Danzis of Keystone
Heights; three daughters,
Stephanie Schmitt of Melbourne,
Charlie Danzis .and Crystal
Davison, both of Keystone
Heights; three, brothers, David
Danzis of Georgia, Danny Danzis
of Brandon, and Michael Danzis
of Miami; two sisters, Lorraine
Watson of Marietta, Ga., and Pat
Gentry of Chicago; and four
grandchildren.
Funeral services for Mr.
Danzis will be held on Friday,
June 9, 2006, at II a.m., in the
Chapel of Archie Tanner Funeral
Home of Starke with the Rev.
Larry Finley officiating. Burial
will follow in Keystone Heights
Cemetery, with full military
honors.
SFamily will receive friends on
Thursday, June 8, 2006, from 7
until 9 p.m., at the funeral home.


Will Simmons
LAKE BUTLER Will Lewis
Simmons, 79, of Lake Butler died
Monday, June 5, 2006, at North
Florida Regional Medical Center
following an extended illness.
Born in Quitman, Ga., Mr.
Simmons lived most of his life
in Miami and moved to Lake
Butler five years ago. He was a
farm foreman in Miami and was a
member of the Baptist church in
Quitman.
Mr. Simmons is survived by:
his wife of 60 years, Thelma Lee
Cason Simmons of Lake Butler;
two daughters, Emma Jean
Wilson of Miami and Thelma
Mae Simmons of, Mijami, .-.
sons, Robert Lee Simmons,
James Simmons, Eugene
Simmons, Johnny Lee S.imnmons,
Willie Frank Simmons and Eddie
Lee Simmons,' all of M'iami; a
brother, L.T. Simmofls, of
Miami; two sisters, Mabel
Simmons and Lula M. Simmons,
both of Qui'tman; 28
grandchildren add many great-
grandchildren. He was precdedd
in death by two sons, Willie L.
Simmons and Will L. Simmons.'
and a daughter, Dorothy
Simmons.
Funeral 'services for Mr.
Simmons will be held on
Saturday, June 10, 2006, at 11
a.m., in St. James Baptist
Church of Lake Butler With the
Rev. Combs officiating. Burial
will follow in Ft. Call Cemetery
under the care of Archer Funeral
Home of Lake Butler. .
The family will receive friends
at the church at 10 a.m. on.
Saturday.


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Truby Slade
STARKE Truby Slade, 80, of
Starke died Friday, June 2, 2006,
at Windsor Manor Nursing Home
in Starke.
A lifelong resident of Bradford
County, Mr. Slade served in the
U.S. Navy during World War II.
He was a self-employed tractor
salesman and member of
Sampson City Church of God.
Mr. Slade is survived by: a
daughter, Patti Slade Coghill of
Macon, Ga.; four sons, Clarence
Slade of Tennessee, Richard
Slade of Gainesville, Ga., Kevin
Wayne Mobley of Hampton, and
Jason Darby of Wierton, W.Va.;
three sisters, Martha Hendry of
Jacksonville, Alla Mae
Schuppert of Palm Harbor, and
Eva Allen of Palatka; and several
grandchildren.
Funeral services for Mr. Slade
were June 6, 2006, in the Chapel
of Archie Tanner Funeral Home
of Starke with the Rev. Gene
Bass officiating. Burial followed
in Santa Fe Cemetery.

James Smith
STARKE James Kirby Smith,
61, of Starke died Tuesday. June
6, 2006, at North Florida
Regional Medical Center
following a brief illness.
Born in Gainesville on June 1,
1945, Mr. Smith was a lifelong
resident of Bradford County. He-
was a member of First United
Methodist Church of Starke and
was a consultant pharmacist. He
formerly worked at Mitchell's
Drug Store, the state of Florida
prison system and Eckerd Drugs.
He was also a tree farmer.
Mr. Smith is survived by: his
wife, Linda Crews Smith of
Starke; two sons, Richard'
"Rickey" Smith'bf Starke, -:and
Colby Shi Smith of Alpharetta,
Ga.; a sister, Shi Anne Shimer of
Hampton; a brother, Stephen
Smith of Graham; and t.wo
grandchildren.
Graveside services for Mr..
Smith will be held at I 1 a.m. on
Thursday, June -8; 2006, in
Kingsley-Lake CemeierN with the
Rev. Mike .Hutcherson
conducting the ser\ ices.
Interment will follow under the
care of Jones Funeral Home of
Starke.
-Memorial contributions may
be made to the, Florida UniLed
Methodist Children's Home, or
the FUMC Youth Fund, P.O. Box
157, Starke, FL 32091.

Lillian Thomas
SHERMAN, MISS. Lillian
McCart% Thomas, 79., ;.of.,
Sherman, Miss., died Sunday,
June 4, 2006, at North
Mississippi Medical Center
following an extended illness.
Born in Starke, on Sept. 22,.'
1926, Mrs. Thomas was a,
longtime resident of, Sherman
She worked for Lift Inc. for 36
years and was a member of Locust
Hill Baptist Church and Sherman
Chapter of the Eastern Star.
Mrs. Thomas is survived by:
two sons, Jim McCarty of
Tupelo, and Gary McCartN of
Sherman; a daughter, Ann Brown
of Blue Springs; a sister, Lois
Seley of Kissimmee; a brother.
Wesley Thomas of Starke; four
grandchildren and three great-


grandchildren. She was preceded
in death by her husbands, Walter
Earl McCarty and Russell
Thomas, her parents, a brother,
Lesley Thomas, and a sister,
Hazel Starling.
Funeral services for Mrs.
Thomas were June 6, 2006, in
Jefferson Street Chapel of W.E.
Pegues, with the Rev. Mike
Weaver officiating. Burial
followed in Sherman Cemetery.




Mary Wilson
STARKE Mary Lois Wilson,.
89, of Starke died Monday, June
5, 2006, at Windsor Manor
Nursing Home. She was born in
Dyersburg, Tenn.
Mrs. Wilson is survived by:
two sons, Jimmy Wilson of
Earleton, and Mark Wilson of
Starke; four grandchildren and
three great-grandchildren.
Funeral services for Mrs.
Wilson will be held at 2 p.m. on
Saturday, June 10, 2006, at
Keystone Heights Seminary with
the Rev. Wayne Vinson
officiating. Burial will follow
under the care of Archie Tanner
Funeral Home of Starke.


Robert Livingston
LAKE BUTLER Robert Oliver
Livingston, 59, of Lake Butler
died Tuesday, May 30, 2006, at
E.T. York Hospice Care Center in
Gainesville following an
extended illness.
Born in Palatka, Mr..
Livingston moved to Gainesville
in 1964, and to Union County in
1982. He was an electrician until
ill health forced his retirement.-'
He was. a member of 'First
Christian Church of Lake Butler.
SMr. Livingston is survived by:
his wife, Gail Du$Bosre
Linirigston of Lake Builer. three
daughters. Robin Tullos of Ft.
MNl.ers. Tabitha Livingston and
Pe\ton Lil inosion. both of Lake '"
Butler. his mother. Margaret M
Li.ingston of Palatka. a brother.
Harold T Li.ingsion of East
Palatka: arid three grandchildren.
Memorial ser ices for Mr.
Li. ingston .ere June 3. 2006. at
First Christian Church of Lake
Butler with Brother Arthur 0.
Peterson officiating. Archer
Funeral Home of Lake Butler was
in charge of arrangements.
Memorial contributions may,
be made to E.T. York Hospice
Care Center, 4200 N.W. 90th
Blvd., Gainesville, FL 32606. '


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We, the family of Buford "Bill"
Hutcheson, would like to express
our gratitude for the many acts of
kindness and prayers shown, to us
during Bill s illness and home
going.
A special thanks to the honor
guard, Dialysis Center of Starke,
Windsor Manor nursing home,
Jones Funeral Home of Starke and
to Countryside Baptist Church and
Hope Baptist Church,friends and
relatives who called, prepared
food, sent flowers and cards. Last
but not least, thanks to those who
remembered us in prayer during
this time. Little is much when God
is in it.
'Until the Lord returns with our
loved ones, may God bless each of
you exceedingly, abundantly above
that which you are able to ask or
think.
Love in Christ,
Marjorie Hutcheson & family

SIn Memowry


In Loving Memory of.
My Father
Charles A. Jenkins
U.S.N. Retired
June 9,1909-Jan. 28, 1999
When I'm Gone
By Lyman Hancock
When I come to the end of my
journey and I have traveled
my last weary mile
Just forget if you can
that I have everfrowned
and remember only the smile
forget unkind words
I have spoken.
Remember some good things
I have done
Forget that I ever had heartache
and remember I've had loads of fn
Forget that I have stumbled and
*..-- blundered and sometimes
fell by the way
Remember I have fought some
hard battles and won
ere the close of the day
Then forget to grieve for my going
I would not have you sad for a day
But in summer just gather some
flowers and remember the place
where Hlay and in the shade of the
evening when the sun paints the sky
in the k'est stand fcr a few moments
be side and remneinbe r only my best
I love you, Daddy,
Janice "


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June 8, 2006 TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR--B-SECTION Page 3B


CRIME


Two men
face multiple
charges from
carjacking
Two men were arrested May'
31 after they apparently forced
the victim's car from her.
Timothy T. Tyson and
Jerome Parks approached the
victim at 4 a.m. on Thomas
Street, where she bought drugs
from them but failed to pay the
requested amount of .money,
according to Investigator Kevin
Mueller. Tyson reached in the
vehicle and removed the keys
from the ignition due to the
money being owed. The victim
.was forced to the passenger side
of her vehicle and she was
driven by Tyson to an ATM,
but she was unable to obtain
any money, Investigator
Mueller said.
The victim, in her vehicle,
was then taken to Pine Forest
Apartments, where Parks
removed the stereo speakers
from her vehicle. Parks then
threw a concrete block into the
victim's windshield,
Investigator Mueller said.
When the victim attempted to
regain her vehicle, she was
dragged for a brief distance
before her keys were returned.
Tyson and Parks fled the area.
The victim stated that
sometime during theses events
she was forced to perform oral
sex on Tyson, Investigator
Mueller said.
Tyson, 39, of Starke was
charged with false
imprisonment, sexual battery
and carjacking with a $115,000
bond.
Parks, 22, of Gainesville was
charged with false
imprisonment, throwing deadly
missile, aggravated assault and
carjacking with bond set at
$115,000.


Melrose
woman steals
car in KH,
gets arrested
A 44-year-old Melrose
woman was arrested May 30 for
stealing a car from Lawrence
Boulevard in Ke) stone Heights.,
The 1996 purple Chevrolet
Cavalier was reported missing
at 2:18 a.m. Within- minutes
the car was seen traveling on
S.R. 100 by Deputy David,
White. The deputy attempted to
traffic stop the vehicle, but it
continued onto Valley Drive.
The' vehicle drove into a
driveway, circled the structure
and returned to Valley Drive,
Deputy White said. The vehicle
then went into another
driveway, circled a pool and
followed the driveway until it
was stopped by a parked
vehicle.


The driver exited the vehicle,
running south. During a brief
foot chase, she was given a
command to stop and get on the
ground, but refused, Deputy
White said. ,
When finally placed on the
ground, she was cuffed and
placed, in the patrol car, Deputy
White said.
After several false names,
Teri Bigbie Johnson was
charged with grand theft auto
and fleeing, attempting to
elude.
Johnson was also charged on
a warrant from Putnam County
for violation of probation.

Stealing gets
one arrested
A 22-year-old Jacksonville
woman was arrested last week
for stealing from her employer.
Jennifer Dover was charged
by Starke Sgt. William Brown
with removing money from the
register at Cedar River where
she was employed. Dover
would double or triple the
charges on a customer's credit
card and then keep the extra
money without depositing it in
the cash drawer, Sgt. Brown
said. The amount of the theft is
estimated at $300.
Dover was charged May 30
with grand theft fraud,
obtaining credit card by fraud,
fraudulent use of credit card and
grand theft.
Dover was released from
custody June 1 after surety
bonds totalling $17,500 were
posted.

Two charged
in robbery
A 21-year-old man and a
juvenile were charged May 28
with the early morning robbery
of a Lake Butler man.
Justin Shumond Johnson and
a 15-year-old were arrested by
deputies Kevin Dice and Ken
Smith for battery, theft and
robbery with a firearm.
The two are charged with
robbing the victim of $250
while one of them was
brandishing a revolver, Deputy
Dice said.

Recent
arrests
in Bradford,
Clay or Union
The following individuals
were arrested. recently by local
law enforcement officers in
Bradford, Clay (Keystone
Heights area) o'r Union County:
Christopher A. Norris, 36, of
Lake Butler was arrested May

29 by Union Sgt. Raymond
Shuford for molesting a child
under 12 years of age. Norris is
charged with touching the
victim inappropriately, Sgt.
Shuford said.


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Everett Lynn Norsworthy,
29, of Starke was arrested June
3 by Starke Patrolman Michelle
Tarrmmant for disorderly
intoxication. Norsworthy was
stumbling as he was walking in
the middle of Cherry Street near
S.R. 16. He appeared heavily
intoxicated and smelled strongly
of an alcoholic beverage,
Patrolman Tarrant said. Bond
was set at $ 1,000.
Robert B. Halbrook, 30, of
Starke was arrested June 4 by
Bradford Deputy Drew Moore
for domestic battery. Halbrook
is charged with grabbing and
shoving the victim during a
dispute over the keys to a
vehicle they own, Deputy
Moore said. He is charged with
slashing the tires on the
vehicle, Deputy Moore said.
Roslyn Mark Bryant Jr., 22,
of Pompano Beach was arrested
May 31 by Starke Sgt. Richard
Crews for driving while license
suspended or revoked (DWLS)
knowingly, trafficking in
cocaine and possession of
cannabis. The officer found
approximately 5.5 grams of
cannabis in a bag during a
search of the vehicle. Two bags
containing 73.1 gramsand 29.8
grams of cocaine were found in
Bryant's pockets, Sgt. Crews
said. Bond was set at $100,000.
Kevin Bradley, 43, of Starke
was arrested May 31 by Starke
.Patrolman P.A. King for
resisting an officer without
violence. Bradley was seen
walking on S.R. 16. The
officer noticed an odor of'
marijuana when he approached
Bradley. Bradley refused to
comply with the officer and
threw an object into the trees.
He was released from custody
after a $500 surety bond was
posted.
Charles A. Lewis, 50, of
Waldo was arrested June 2 by
Starke Patrolman David
Bukowski for DWLS,
possession of cannabis and
possession of prescription
medication without
prescription. Lewis' vehicle
was stopped for a traffic
infraction. During a consent
search the officer found a pill
bottle containing marijuana and'
a bottle with numerous
prescription medications with a
;, press .ription .,, .Patrolman,
Bukowski said. Bond on the
charges was set at $20,000.
Willie A. Ford, 28, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
June'1 by Hampton Sgt. Alex
Gibson for possession of
cocaine with intent to distribute
and possession of cocaine
within 1,000 feet of city park.
Ford was the back. seat
passenger of a vehicle that was
stopped just after midnight for a
traffic violation. The driver did
not have a valid license.
Subsequent to arrest the vehicle


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was searched. The officer found
13 white rocks under Ford's
seat. The rocks tested positive
for cocaine, Sgt. Gibson said.
Bond on the charges was set at
$50,000.
Emberley P. Godwin, 31, of
Gainesville was arrested June 5
by Sgt. Gibson for possession
of cannabis and possession of
drug paraphernalia. Just after
midnight Godwin's vehicle
was seen parked at the Gate
Store. When the officer
approached the vehicle, a strong
odor of burnt marijuana was
noticed. Godwin did not have a
valid license and was placed
under arrest. During a search of
the vehicle, a green leafy
substance, a pack of rolling
papers, roaches and a pair of
scissors were found in a bag
which was rolled up in
Godwin's personal clothing,
Sgt. Gibson said.
Ronald E. Casselman, 59, of
Starke was arrested June 1 by
Patrolman King for possession
of marijuana. Casselman was.
the driver of a vehicle stopped
for an inoperative tag light.
During a consent search, the
officer found a plastic bag of
marijuana in Casselman's pants
pocket, Patrolman King said.
He was released from custody
after a $ 1,000 surety bond was
posted.
Brittney Cowley-Johns, 19,
of Lake Butler was arrested June
2 by Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Officer Bret Gill
for possession of drug
paraphernalia and on a warrant
from Bradford for violation of
probation possession, of drug
paraphernalia. During a
warrants' search, Johns was
seen throwing something in the
nearby garbage can. A crack.
pipe was found by the officer.
Total bond was set at $6,000.
Alfred Sherman, 25, of
Bartow, Ga. was arrested June 1
by Starke Patrolman Jason
Crosby for refusing to sign a
summons. Bond was set at
$500. Sherman was released,on
his own recognizance by Judge
David Giant.
Anthony Tyson, 29, of
Starke was arrested Man 31 by
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James Mullis, 52, of
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Ronald Lee Davis, 37, of
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May 26 by Union Deputy Mac
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Shawn Andrew Register, 21,
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A Lake Butler 15-year-old
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YMCA
partners
Dear Editor:
Over the past month,
hundreds of Bradford County
citizens became Bradford
YMCA partners.
These people participated in
a great and highly successful
fund-raising effort to raise
money to purchase land to
build a, YMCA center and a
swimming pool for our kids.
In the year and a half that we
have had a Y in Bradford
County, we have seen 82 kids
learn how to swim at a
..borrowed pool and we have
seen God knows how many
learn, basic reading skills and
other character-building skills.
Additionally, a whole bunch of
children were cared for in such
a way that far exceeds simple
babysitting.
As a member of the
Founders Committee, I have
been privileged to observe a
ralid growth in membership of
-our YMCA. This tells me, in


the most, basic and simplest
terms, that the vast majority of
people want and need what the
YMCA can provide.
. The fitness center on U.S.
301 S. is overflowing with
participants, the after-school
programs for our children are
going great guns all over the
county. These programs have
*:been extended to Union
County. Now the summer
programs have begun and, once
again, these programs are being
overwhelmed with participants.
We hope that these activities
never stop growing. If they do,
it will be because they don't
have enough volunteers or
enough room to grow.
I say this for the most
obvious reasons. We need to
stop borrowing and renting
space needed to carry out all the
programs that the Y can
provide.
The last fund-raising activity
occurred last week at a fun-type
Texas .hold'em poker
tournament whichraised more
than $11,000 that goes directly
into the, building fund.
With the rapid rise in land


prices and construction costs, it
is going to take a few more
successful fund-raising events
like this one to obtain the land
needed.
One thing is dead certain.
The people and the businesses
want the Y here permanently
and are willing to do
everything they can to make it
happen. More than 80 percent
of the people contacted have
supported all of the Y fund-
raising activities.
I consider these folks
Bradford YMCA partners and
they should all hold their head
high and proud for what they
are doing.'
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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR


Coach says
a sanks to to read well did not occur Heights Woman's Club
thanks to overnight, but has been many collected a massive number of
years in the making. This year used books that we were able
reading our efforts have been greatly to barter at a used bookstore for
enhanced by the generosity of appropriate books for
tutors individuals and groups in our adolescent readers. In addition,
Dear Editor: community and I want to the Keystone Heights Rotary
The faculty and staff of recognize them and express our Club has donated funds to be
Keystone Heights Junior- appreciation for their support used to buy books for these
Senior High School has in our efforts to create better classroom libraries.
worked hard this year to readers. Business support came from
provide an environment to First, we need to thank the Wendy's and Hardees. They
improve the reading skills of many individuals who came provided items that could be
all of our students, but most weekly to tutor struggling used as prizes to motivate
especially, the skills of our readers. Sometimes these students to read.
struggling readers. individuals could not see Keystone Heights is a truly
Research indicates that as immediate and positive results, wonderful place to live and
much as 25 percent of the adult but there is no doubt in my work. It is obvious that this is
population in the United States mind that their efforts were a community of caring people
cannot read on a high school worthwhile. In addition, several trying to do good things for
level and we would like to help individuals donated their time our youth. Thank you for your
lower the statistics for this new to work in our new school support in this ongoing
generation. bookstore, the Book Nook. process.
Helping struggling readers at We were also supported in Donna N. Parrish
the secondary level of education our effort to increase the size of Reading Coach
improve their reading skills is our classroom libraries by Keystone Heights High
not an easy task. This inability organizations. The Keystone School


Thanks grounds this year. By using the kitchen in
Bradford Fair My children attended the building 1, the recreation
Bradford Fair summer camp last year and department was able to open a
Association really enjoyed it. I think it was store where lunch, snacks and
Association great opportunity for the drinks can be purchased.
caring for summer camp to provide The employees for the camp
or Caring fOr facilities that are clean,, air- are very helpful and
conditioned and have ample conscientious of the children's
children space for the many different safety and try to ensure the kids
Dear Editor: activities the camp schedules. have an enjoyable summer.
I would like to thank the Being able to utilize Overall, I feel it was win-
Bradford County Fair buildings I and 2 and have use win situation and a great
Association board members for of the midway, allows the kids partnering for the fair
voting, to let the Starke to play outdoor games as.well association and the recreational
Recreation Department have its as have indoor activities department.
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Recent arrests
in Bradford,.
Clay or Union
The follow wing individuals
were arrested recently by local
law enforcement officers in
Bradford, Clay (Keystone
Heights area) or Union
County:
Laquitt M.. Watkins, 22, of
Lake Butler was arrested June 2
by probation officers for
violation of probation
conspiracy to aid escape.
Watkins' arrest last week for
aggravated battery and
carjacking violated the
conditions of her probation.

Tami Anlene Theobald, 24,
of Orlando ws arrested June 2
by Bradford Deputy Thomas
Sapp for failure to appear petit
theft. Bond was set at $2,000.
Theobald was released on her
own recognizance by Judge
Johnny Hobbs.
Gregory K. Casselman, 48,
of Starke was arrested June 1 by
Patrolman King for failure to
appear domestic battery. Bond
was set at $4,000. Casselman
was released on his own
recognizance by Judge Hobbs.
Sammy Fuqua, 24, of Jasper
was arrested June 1 in Hamilton
County on a Bradford warrant
for violation of probation
possession of cocaine.
Nancy Wray, 29 of Lawtey
was arrested June 1 by Starke
Patrolman William Murray for
violation of probation grand
theft.

Traffic
Luis Gonzalez Ruiz, 34, was
arrested June 4 for no valid
driver's license (NVDL). Ruiz'
vehicle was stopped after
running a stop sign at 12:15
a.m. Bond was set at $500.
Hector Edgardo Ortiz, 41, of
Irving, Texas was arrested June
5 by Starke Patrolman Shane
Brown for DWLS.


Dana Colson, 31, of Orange
Park was arrested June 1 by
Patrolman Bukowski for
DWLS. A $500 surety bond
was posted for Colson's release
from custody.
Shawn Robbins, 34, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
June 3 by Clay deputies for
DWLS knowingly.
Daniel Nichols, 21, of Waldo
was arrested May 31 by
Patrolman Murray for DWLS
and attaching tag not assigned.
Surety bonds totalling $1,000
were posted for his release from
custody.
Gary Tacinelli, 32, of
Middleburg was arrested May
31 in Clay County by Deputy
M. Marvel on a Bradford
warrant for failure to appear
violation of probation DWLS.
He was released after a $4,000
surety bond was posted.
Marshall Cox, 52, of
Hampton was arrested June 2
by Sgt. Gibson for failure to

appear violation of probation
DUI. Bond was set at $4,000.
James Darrin Johns, 38, of
Lake Butler was arrested June 3
by Bradford Deputy Scott
Kqnkel for failure to appear
violation of probation expired
driver's license. He was released
after a $4,000 surety bond was
posted.


Blaine Rivera, 41, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
June 4 by Clay deputies for
failure to appear possession of
cocaine and DWLS.
Chancy Lee White, 24, of
Mobile, Ala. was arrested May
25 In Jackson County on a
Bradford warrant for failure to
appear DWLS. A $2,000 surety
bond was posted June I for his
release from custody.
Dawn Green, 41, of Lake
Butler was arrested May 31 by
Bradford Deputy Lori Jestes on
a Union warrant for failure to
appear DUI. She was released
from custody after a $2,500
surety bond was posted.
William K. Royals, 25, of
Floral City was arrested June 4
by Lawtey Patrolman Johnny
Hernandez for habitual traffic
offender. Royals was stopped
for travelling 61 mph in'a 45
mph zone. His license had been
suspended and revoked.
Harry Palmquist, 39, of
Melrose was arrested June 2 by
Clay deputies for operation of
motor vehicle and obstruction
by disguised person.
Lisa Green, 27, of Starke was
arrested June 1 by Deputy Clark
for failure to appear violation of
probation expired driver's
license. Bond was set at
$5,000.


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Bradford-Union Girl


Scouts: year in review


Girl Scouts in Bradford-Union
Neighborhood are fewer in
number this scout year, but
they have been busy.
Ending the year last week
with a bridging ceremony at the
Santa Fe Community College
Cultural Center, scouts moved
to new scouting levels.
Tricia Ford bridged to
Seniors; Jessica Thornton,
Megan Magyari, Koriana
Taylor and Heather Gunter
'bridged to Cadettes; Destiny
Wilson, Desiree Crews, Alexus
Eiland, Brittany Goode,
Markesha Slocum, Emily
Davis, Carley Dyal, Valerie
Finley, Bailea Gnann, Kaylee
,Hager, Brittany Goddard and
Quanisha Williams bridged to
Juniors and Macy Alvarez,
Gracieann Blakenship, Alexa
Kellenberger, Madelyn Kish,
Caroline Metz and Ericka
Dixon bridged to Brownie Girl
Scouts.
Troops of all levels
participated in the annual
neighborhood campout April
21-23 at Camp O'Leno. The
camp was a really great
location. The scouts slept in
cabins, ate in the dining hall
and there were plenty of
outdoor activities for everyone.
The suspension bridge was a
favorite place with the scouts,
who crossed the bridge many
times during the weekend.
Crafts, a G.S. Idol contest,
meal preparations, singing, a
playground and deer roaming
the area, .all contributed to
making the weekend very
special.
Cadette Troop 520. Junior
Troop 122 and Brownie Troop
683 met on Mondays at the
First United Methodist Church
in Starke. They participated in
many activities together.
The Juniors made a trip to
Busch Gardens in Tampa in
early summer.
In August, they. visited the,
Strawberry Tea Room where
they learned good manners' and
the proper way to enjoy hot tea
and finger foods. (hanks to
Virginia Autry.
In September, theN attended
Gators Rock Night- at a
University of Florida Gator
volleyball match. They received
T-shins and enjoyed the fun of
being with a winning team.
Some of the older scouts
travelled to Camp Chowenwaw
in October to say farewell. The
camp has been sold by Gateway
Council, which is sad for many
scouts.
It was a wonderful day, perfect
weather and B-U scouts were
the only ones in the camp.
They hiked, cooked Girl Scout
stew at the Tree House Unit
and enjoyed games.
Scouts from Troop 520 earned
their Silher Award by
renovating the kitchen in the
Tree House Unit in 1998.
Several of those involved in the
renovation enjoyed the day at
"Chow" and cooking for the
last time in the kitchen.
Brownie Troops 468, 106 and
684 camped at the new scout
property. North Fork in
Middleburg.

Lake Butler Troop 461
enjoyed a day at Wild
Adventures in Valdosta, Ga.


Fewer scouts joined the
Christmas parade, due to the
time change. The annual Fun
Day was cancelled.
Scouts from Troops 122, 683
and 520 attended other activities
that were scheduled prior to the
time change. They enjoyed the
Butterfly Rainforest at the
University of Florida's
Museum of Natural History and
the ballet "Cinderella" at the
Center for Performing Arts
with our -ow-. e Heather
Nasworth and Caley Ross.
The scouts earned many
badges and try its, including
dancer, thanks to Hollie
Carlton from Harvest Christian
Fellowship Church.
The scouts finished the year
with scrapbooking and ecology.
Troops 122, 468 and 614
travelled to the Gainesville
mall to the Build-A-Bear
Factory. Everyone had a great
time, and the animals were all
properly dressed. Badges and
Try' Its were earned during the
evening.


Everyone sold cookies Which
enables troops to earn money
for programs, trips and events.
Thanks to the community for
their support of the sale.
High sellers for Bradford-
Union were Kassady Perkinson,
451 boxes; Paige Eaves, 401
boxes; Baley Forsyth, 355
boxes; Madison Kellenberger,
335 boxes; Samantha Cook,
325 boxes; Sarah Fisher, 324
boxes; Leann Erdman, 309
boxes, and Mallary Perkinson,
300 boxes.
Following a summer break,
during which some scouts will
attend camps, B-U scouting
will resume in August. If you
are interested in Girl Scouting,
contact a leader.





GIRL SCOUTS.


Beth Cecil (in center) and Sheree Alvarez
(on right) were recognized as Outstanding
Volunteers at the annual council meeting.
Shown here with service unit manager
Robin Frazer, Beth and Sheree have
provided continuing service to Bradford-
Union during the past few years. Beth, a
former leader, works with cookie sales.
Sheree was a Daisy !eader this year. In the
past she volunteered at Neyati Day Camp
and special events in B-U.

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Mallary Perkinson tries to beat Jessica
Thornton in a dress for the outdoors relay
for a badge while at Camp Chowenwaw.
Karen Wring, Haley Forsyth and Latavia
Watson encourage them.


Scouts from B-U spent an overnight at the
new Gateway property, North Fork, a 225-
acre former ranch on' Black Creek near
Middleburg. Participating were Brownie.
Troops 106, 468 and 684 with Brownies
Emily Davis, Brittni Goddard, Ashley
DeBush, Janie Perry, Kassady Perkinson,


How high would you go for breakfast? Campers at O'Leno had to reach
for their jungle breakfast. The- "banana" tree was at one time covered,
but only a few were left by the time Troop 468 arrived in the jungle.


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YMCA dives into summer with day camp program


BY LINDSEY KIRKLAND
Telegraph Staff Writer
Bradford County YMCA is
offering up more fun in the sun
this year with its summer
programs.
The YMCA had been
offering afterschool programs.
When school let out for the
summer, day camp picked up
where the afterschool
programs left off.
Summer day camp began on
May 25, the day after school
ended for Bradford County,
and will run until August 4.
The cost of the camp is $75
for YMCA members ard $80
for non-members.
At the camp, held at Starke
Elementary School, children
get an opportunity to play
:sports and games outside.
Other activities at day camp
include arts and crafts,
'character development and.
field trips.
A. weekly field trip is taken,
said Amanda Bray, the
associate executive director for
the BCYMCA. There. are
weekly swim trips included, as
well.
The Days Inn of Starke is
donating use of its pool to the
YMCA, so day camp students
can have a place to swim.
Because the program has
grown since last year, the day
camp students rotate sessions,
so approximately 25 students
are there at once.
Extra chaperones are on
hand to deal with pool safety.


A child's swimming ability is
checked to see how deep they
can go in the pool.
At the May meeting of the
YMCA Founder's Committee,
Bray said she was proud of
how the number of camp
participants had grown
because it demonstrated the
need for a YMCA in the
county.
The YMCA's summer day
camp enrollment is more than
60 children, Bray said, with
about 50 showing up every
day.
Not only has the YMCA
shown an increase in Bradford,
but the day camp program is
also going in Union County.
Located at Lake Butler
Elementary School, the camp
has the same hours as the one
in Starke, from 7 a.m. until 6
p.m.
There are 15-20 children
enrolled in the Lake Butler day
camp," but Bray, .was. positive
about' the direction of fhe
program.
'It's still growing," she said.
Contact the YMCA at (904)
964-9622 or visit the wellness
center at 1642 S. Walnut St. in
Starke for more information on
any of the YMCA's summer
programs.

YMCA combats
statistics with
swimming lessons
According to Florida's state
Web-site, it is the third wettest
state with 80 percent of its


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Amanda Bray, the associate executive director of the YMCA, tries to coax
Alexis McRae into the swimming pool, while Cassie Sparks looks on.
-Behind -Alexis is her brother, Caleb, who also is taking swim lessons.


residents living by the coast
line.
Being near the coast .gives
people a natural lean toward- .-
water sports, especially during
the summer months, but
enjoying the water comes at a
risk.
According to a report from
the Center for Disease Control,
"In Florida, drowning is the
leading cause of death to
children age 14 and younger,
and the state has the highest
number of drowning accidents
in the nation."
The Bradford County
YMCA is now 'offering swim,.
lessons to help combat: this
problem.
Separate from the day camp,
swim lessons are offered as a
two-week program, where' '.
swimmers are taught for 30
minutes a day from Monday to
Friday at the Days Inn 'of '
Starke. This totals eight 30-
See YMCA, p? 7C


Seven-year-old Colton Bass leans back into
the arms of YMCA employee Amanda Bray to
learn how to float in the Days Inn pool.




H'ipp's 'Trailer


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Stake residents can
purchase discounted
tickets to watch
antics of Armadillo
Acres residents
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
They took a wrong turn off
of U.S. 301.
It sounds like the premise to
a horror story, but in actuality
it's the setting for a comedy.
...That wrong turn off of 301
lands you in Armadillo Acres,
the fictional trailer park in
Starke that is the setting for
"The Great American Trailer
Park Musical," which is
i'urrently playing at the




Kelly Atkins
plays Pippi, a '
stripper on
the run, in
"The Great
American '
Trailer Park
Musical," ,
which is :
currently L
playing at the
Hippodrome
State Theatre.'


Hippodrome. Statp Theatre in
Gainesville.
The musical,, written, by:
David Nehls and Betsy Kelso,
is billed as the first and only
musical set in Starke. Its cast
includes a stripper named
Pippi, who's on the run from
her wild boyfriend, Duke, a
woman named Lin (short for
Linoleum, because her mother
gave birth on the floor), whose
husband is on Death Row,
Norbert, who works as a toll
collector, and his wife,
Jeannie, who has.not set foot
outside of their trailer in 20'
years after their son was
kidnapped.
Upon first hearing about it, a
Starke resident may assume his
See MUSICAL, p. 6C


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The YMCA held its first poker
tournament June 4 to raise money for
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showed up at the Starke Golf and
Country Club.
It took more than 7 hours to
name the top 10 fini hers, earning..-
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YMCA poker tournament winner John Crawford
hugs Rebecca Tuten (2nd place). Also playing
in the tourney, Crawford's son, John (far right)
was happy to see his dad win.


TOP RIGHT: Jaime
Ramirez took sixth
place, and (at right)
Lloyd Crawford won
seventh place.


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BELOW: Rebecca Tuten and Mike Gillick (9th
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no fun?
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Hope Christian Academy.
It was all fun and games
during the final two days
of classes.
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a little nourishment, and
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time out from playing to
enjoy some cotton
candy.


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bite.


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BIRTHS


Free fish fry
for seniors
June 17, 18
There will be a free fish fry
for Suwannee River-Economic
Council seniors and friends
who wish to attend.
ThO fish fry will be held at
Kelly Tucker's home in
Lawtey on Saturday and
Sunday, June 17 and 18,
beginning at 10 a.m.
Everyone is welcome.
Follow signs for directions.


Brittany Sexton


Sarah Lee Fitzpatrick


Celeste Wilson


Bradford and Union represented at Fla. pageants
The Bradford and Union Lee Fitzpatrick, is also a native perfect score on, the FCAT
County areas will be well of Starke. She won her title Writes in 2005, Advanced
represented at the upcoming through the Miss Placement American History
Miss Florida Pageant and Miss Jacksonville/First Coast award, was a state science fair
Florida's Outstanding Teen pageant. She is no stranger to participant and is dual-enrolled
Pageants in Miami during the the pageant arena and has held at Lake City Community
week of July 1-8. the titles of Bradford-Union College. She hopes to attend the
The northeast area of Florida Strawberry Princess, Miss St. University of Florida and obtain
has three major Miss America Augustine Teen, and Miss First a master's degree in elementary
preliminary pageants, including Coast Teen. She is currently.a education with a specialist
Ithe Miss and Teen senior at Bradford High School degree in reading.
Jacksonville/First Coast and is dual-enrolled at Santa Fe Wilson wants to work as a
pageants,'the Miss and Teen St. Community College. She hopes reading specialist, teaching
Augustine pageants, and the to transfer to the University of elementary children and
Miss and Teen River City North Florida and major in introducing them to the love
Jackson, ille pageants. marketing. She is the current and excitement of reading. This
Heiding to the Miss Florida student body president and is in lead to the passion for her
Pag will be. Miss the top 10 of her graduating platform, "'Read, Lead,
Jacksoniille. 2006, Brittany class with a 4.47 weighted GPA. Succeed." She wants to make a
Sextorm,' Fitzpatrick hopes to become lasting impact in the lives of
Sexton. is a native of Starke. an executive marketing officer children through teaching them
She %won her title through the at a major magazine or the importance of literacy. She
Miss Jacksonville/First Coast department store and eventually is also a very talented
'Pageant. She has participated in own several retail stores. She is instrumentalist. She plays four
the Miss America system for also a very talented pianist and instruments, the clarinet, contra
three years and has held the title vocalist and loves entertaining alto clarinet, tenor saxophone
of Miss Si. Augustine as well., on any occasion. She is and the baritone saxophone. She
Sh. is currently pursuing her passionate about her platform, loves entertaining her audience
associate of arts degree at Santa "YES! Youth Engaged in and sharing her talents with
Fe Community College, where Service." She is hoping to teach others.
she %.as on the Dean's List. the young people of Northeast All titleholders received
Briltany plans to_ obtain-a Florida the importance of giving scholarships in their local
-.--bahielr 'of science degrees n back to their communities. The pageants, and look forward to
nursing and wants to work as a quote she tries to live by and winning more scholarships at
pediatric nurse. She is also a encourage others through is, "I the state pageant as Nwell as the
%erv talented baton twirler and have one hand to help myself coveted state titles.
-was named the International and one hand to help the The Miss Florida Pageant is
World Intermediate Strut world.", the official state preliminary
Champion for 2005. You might' Heading to the Miss Florida's pageant to the Miss America
also recognize Sexton on Gator Outstanding Teen pageant is Pageant. Titleholders will
game day as a Gatorette for the Miss First Coast Teen 2006, compete at the state pageant in
University of Florida. Celeste Wilson. the categories of interview,
. Sexton also spends a great Wilson is 4 native of Lake talent, swimsuit/fitness, evening
deal of her time promoting her Butler and w.on her title through wear and on-stage questions. '
platform "Character Counts." Ihe Miss Jacksonille Teen'FirsI The Miss Florida's
Through the platform, her Coast Teen Pageant. She has not Outstanding Teen Pageant is the
mission is to contribute 1o the n in. h ol\jd, in._ t o y _., J ci .lai e teen preliminary
lrT1a1di'rt'to the Miss America's
d7 vtby speaking. n pag-1. ?' -ancL pgn.,h., ','Q" standingg Teen Pageant. The
teaching and 1ing .ibe "six BradfordL-Union Strawberr teen titleholders will compete in
pillars of character," which are Princess. She is a junior at the categories of interview,
trustworthiness, respect, Union County HighSchool and talent, fitness/aerobic wear,
responsibility, fairness, caring has many scholastic casual wear, evening gown and
and citizenship. achievements. She received a onstage questions.
Miss First Coast 2006, Sarah


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A reunion has been set for
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-e'ent is set for Sunday, June
11, at the community center at
Lakeshore Park in Lake Butler.
The co\ ered-dish lunch will
be served at 12:30 p.m. Eating
and sen ing utensils, drinks and
ice vill be furnished. For more
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Hospice is in need of volunteers.
There will be a volunteer training
program soon, and if interested in
this important volunteer opportuni-
,ty, call Carolyn Long, 386-328-
7100.


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Starke urges all members and past
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fourth Monday evenings at 7. The
lodge is at 709 E. Brownlee St. in
Starke. Call 904-964-8474.


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Betty and Eugene Niorman


Normans to

celebrate

anniversary

June 17
Betty and Eugene Norman
were married on June 16,
1956. in Heilbronn Baptist
Church.
The couple's children and
friends are hosting a 50th
anniversary party on Saturday,
June 17. from' 2-5 p.m., at
Heilbronn Baptist Church in
the reception hall. The church
is on the corner of S.R. 16 and
C.R. 229-A in Starke.
F,, :n d 111 friends are
invited.,
No gifts please.



Exchange
program


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Skeans are
wed in Akron
Deborah New comb of
Miami and David Sket ns of
Akron, Ohio. ,,ere meiarnried ton
June 3. 2006,. at The Conrad
Bolzum IFarmstead in Akron.
The bride is tlle (daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Byron Newcomb
of Brandon. She is a graduate
of the University of Miami
Miller School of Medicine,
where she received a M.D. She
was a graduate of the
University of Akron, earn ing a
M.M., and the Eastman S(.'hool
of Music-N.Y.. where she
earned a B.M. in cello
performance. She was a long-
time member of the Akron
Symphony Orchestra and is
currently an anesthesiology
resident at The CJeve ,and
Clinic Foundation. She is the
granddaughter of Elizab)eth
Newcombh of Starke.
The groom is the son. of
Nancy Skeans of Jacksonville
and the late Vernon Skeans.. He
a graduate of the University of
Akron, where lie received a
J.D. in patent law. and Ohio
University. where he earned a
B.S. in electrical engineering.
He is the vice president i: of
enterprise, sales at Danaher
Power Solutions in Richmond,
Va.
The couple will reside in
Akron.



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week. Early bird, 7 p.m.; reg L,
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games, /7:30 p.m.; doors open ait 5
eeds fam lies p.m. Players must be 18 or older.
The public is welcome
Lake Butler resident, Dawn
Brown,. i'. interviewing 'Do you have any concerns al bout
families rhi,, June who are your child's development? F ree
interested in making a information and/or screenings are
difference by hosting a available for ages birth to 5 years.
scholarshiphigh school student To schedule an appointment, call
gt Child Find at (800) 227-6036, or go
in the fall from India, Egypt or to www. nefec.org/fdirs (click on
Indone-ia These teens are Child Find).
coming f-ind.j' in August on
the Youth Exchange and Study Shands at Starke Auxiliary I ltas
.Program (YES). available several volunteer o rpor-
Created by the U.S. State tunities including gift shop, r:cep-
Department as a response to tion desk, X-ray, medical rec ;,rds,
!the events of Sept. I 1, the patient services and filing. Fd r
,YES program brings high information callHelen LeVarn gie
school students from countries (352) 473-8580;- DoloresMoti gan,
"with significant Muslim. (904) 964-5748; Kay McKinl esy,
wit significant Muslim (904) 964-7284; or Sharon G aines,
populations to live and study (904) 964-6009.
in the U.S. for a year. The
,goal is to promote cultural Bradford-Union Vo-Tech C -ter
diversity and' religious is attempting to offer another 4:0-
'under-ta dinr :. hour child care class over the .urn-
r T ..ir e ,q._ rodt en4, ', .: T.B ',,illied 15 enr,-l t .
ys and a girl, Will be Three.Jic i. urre tl er, i.lled all
boys and a girl, will be Linda Watson or Mickey Agne rat
spending their school (904) 966-6780 or (904) 966-t ;778.
year here. They were selected '
'this year out of thousands that Starke Lions Club meets on t he
'applied for their outgoing second and fourth Tuesdays of 'the
personalities, academic abilities month, 7 p.m., at Western Stee.:"r
,and leadership potential. YES Steak House in Starke. For inf hrma-
students also come with full tion call Angel Hill, (904) 364-
,medical insurance and. a
.monthly government stipend. -The Lawtey Recreation Boar d
SRijal is from Indonesia, meets on the second Tuesday c if thz
Loves to play soccer, and hopes month at 7 p.m.
ko become a doctor. Hardeep is
from India, plays the drums,-; A meditation and stress cont, 'ol
sings and acts, and hopes to workshop is held every Thurs (lay at
work for NASA one day. Helen 6:30 p.m. at the Senior Health, C2are
s, from 'Egypt and enjoys Center. Call to register (904) 7 1 2-
outdoor activities like biking 1069.
and snorkeling and wants to Bradford Lodge No. 35 F&A.l M, a
pursue architecture as a career. the comer of Orapge and Call
They all hope to be exchange .streets, in Starke has slated cor nmu-
gtud~ents in America this year nications.on the second and foi rih
and are just waiting for a host Morndd of the month at7:30 f, m
family. and a covered dish dinner on tl.ie .
Brown is a veteran Cluster second MoiIda\ at 6 30 p.m. I
Director with PAX and loves .
working with the students. The Bradford County Velera n
YES Students look forward Service Officer days of ser'. ic are
YESStdents lookforward Tuesdays and Thursdays, rom .
to living like American, teens a.m. to 5 p.m. For inquiries, p ase
for one school year, joining call 1.t14 .966-6385.
sports teams, studying for
'exams, and participating fully The Alachua County
in family life, as well as Organization for Rural Nee i s.
participating. in community (ACORN) Clinic offers free di tam-
,service projects and making mograms and annual pap smea. rs to
;presentations about their home womep 50 and older who have little
cOuntries as part of their or no health insurance. Hours:,
countries as parte e of thir Mon.-Thurs., 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m.;
.sliolarhip requirements Tuesda', night clinic, 79 pm rn
PAN families prt.ide Fiida>, 8:30-ll a.m. \CORN is
,students with meals, a place to located in Brooker. Call (352) 485-
sleep and study, and a warm, 1133. ,
'supportive environment.
Private rooms are not American Legion Post#56, t 715
required and single parents, Edwards Rd. Starke across from
young couples and retirees are the. liiornl Guard Armory h. i as
n R v_ bingo every Monday night fo cash
welcpmet e .ppl. c, prizes Up to'$125 i-ckpo. de pend-
" Fo r, more information call ,
Iba\\n Brownr at 13.6i 496-.
9783 .


Rosier to be
invested
June 9
The investiture of Phyllis
.M. Rosier to 'the office. of
circuit judge iof the Eighth
Judicial Circuit of Florida will
be held on. Friday, June 9,
beginning at 4 p.m., at the
Bradford County Courthouse in
Starke
j! A reception will immediately
follow the investiture at the
Tri-County Center, 16,10 N.
Temple Ave. in Starke.
' The public is invited.
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family to hidve
reunion
June 17 i
The descendants of Lad 'v and
Lula Dyal Edwards will I ia.e a
reunion on Saturday, Jut ie 17,
at the Kingsley ILake
Community Center., 1'
The reunion begins Iat I1
a.m. and dinner will.be 9 servedd
at noon.
For information, call 1(904)
966-0165.
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.,anls of Starke. who
ed to langley AFB, Va.
intend Ihis retirement
m innny.
,iso present were his wife,
i anid their children,
Si,, stolphct: Joshua and
/i. 'harv. At the retirement,
'iSgt. Edwards was
,S Centled with letters of
.,pprcciation from dignitaries
,.th past and present,
including many former
pr.cidents as well as Governor.
.c1h Bush.


During his career SMSgt
Edwards was stationed in and
deployed to many countries
throughout the world
including: Honduras, Grenada,
Panama, Germany, Turkey and
Croatia.
His most recent assignment
was as the command airlift and
mobility operations manager,
Transportation Division,
Directorate of Maintenance
and Logistics, HQ Air Combat
Command at Langley AFB in
Virginia.


These assignments have
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opportunities to provide direct
support in the Global War on
Terrorism and various
Operations and Joint
Exercises; as well as assistance
with humanitarian relief efforts
worldwide.
SMSgt Edwards was
awarded 30 medals, including
four Meritorious Service
Medals as well as 25 other
service awards and
decorations.


SMSgt. Li onel Edwards

On May :25. Senior Master
Sergeant Lionel T. Edwards
retired from the United States
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on active dul y.
Born in Starke, SMSgt.
Edwards ent cred the Air Force
after gradual ing from Bradford
High School in 1980. He is the
son of Tommy and Junet


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Linoleum (Jennifer Anderson), Betty (Cindy ThraH)6
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MUSICAL
Continued from p. 1C

or her town is being
lampooned. However, aside
from the scenery, which
includes the Starke water
tower, the white Brahman bull
,and the old Dempsey Motel
sign, and a reference to Death
Rok, there i, noti anything that
ties the musical specifically to
Starke
Starke MNljor Steve Futch
said the type of culture
portrayed .in the musical can be
found in almost any city in the
state.. Michelle Almand, who
saw the musical on its opening
night with her American
Dream Realty coworkers,
agreed.
"Florida is the trailer park
capital of the world, I think,"
she said. ,


Futch, who attended ith:
show's opening with his wiic,
Cindy, said fhe wished a
fictitious name had lhe' *i
chosen for the city, or iialt ii
had remained anonymous bltlt
he said sometimes you jii,,t
have to laugh at yourself.
"It was still enjoyable and
entertaining. I'm -lad .c a: ai,\
it," Futch said.
Director Lauren Caldwcdl
said she's never had an,,
concerns that the musical
would offend anyone wihu
lives in Starke. She sat among
the opening-night crowd,
which consisted of
approximately 50 people from
Starke. They all seemed to
enjoy it, she said.
"I knew deep in my heart it
was funny and it was a good
story with a happy ending,"
Caldwell said.
.Caldwell was in New York
when she heard about "The


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Actors (from top) Jennifer Anderson
Stephens III (Duke) and Mackenzie Curr
seem to be enjoying this performance
"Road Kill." Photo by Michael A: Eaddy.


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H ; r Park
w:a. p saying
''.e as, of
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ih: le:,,; :;.!,, '( ii s m musical
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r a i/ing the
n ''; .i;i of presenting
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.t, ("ilwel! aid she was
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pi k : bo.,rd tor the
1 n )y enough about
S .. ,, S aid. "It's a
grL t. gic't inmpany of actors
th i h 'v.i '
1 'a;ist is made up. of
Jen1;i'er A!k.i:t.r an (Lin), Kell',
At kins (Pippi), Mark
C'r. aib ( Norbert),0
i -, Curran (Pickles),
Ted Stpi.cns III (Duke),
-ind. 1 1 ra.ii (Betty) and
L. ii..t Tnc Pries Vaughn
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'','l :; the' Hippodrome,
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productions as "The Rocky
Horror Picture Show," "A
T'una Chri ,m-as" and "Hedwig
anid i An.;r Inch," said the
role Nor i-i.i appealed to
i bea the. chance to sing in his'
natUal biLass baritone.
"Plus. I iust liked it," he said
of the niusical, which he
S-rcdi;Cd with li having
.' ,ii ilu-atc i jric.-despite the
fact they re centered around
ualicr park life.
C ,iii i. challenge is to
maket- Norhert a likable
character despite the fact he


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commiLs adu'lter and' gts "said. scheduled to run through the
av.a) with it pretty easy. From He sees "The Great summer1. is scheduled f:r e.er',
what he's seen, t ie audience Ame-'ican Trailer Park day of the week except
seems to realize 1b orbert's not Music:al" in the same light. Monday'. Show times are 8:15
a bad person--he doesn't set Sure, there is no tollbooth in p.m. Tuesdays-Fridays, 5 p.m.
out to have an af air In fact, the r-,al Starke and no strip and 8:30 p.m. on Saturdays
Chambers said, audience club called ,he Litterbox and 2 p m. and 7:30 p.m. on
members seem to ''ant Norbert Showfvalace, but that doesn't Sundays
to have the fair. .. aker away from the show's Tickets range in price from
"He's a go)d man," entertainment value, he said. $12-$32 but Starke residents
Chambers said. "I think he's a Ai'mand, who admits she may puiphase tickets for any
sweet guy in his heart. I don't grewA up in a trailer park, was show for just $10.
think it ever 'I would've plenty entertained. For mbre information, call
occurred to him to have. an "It hwas just great," she said. (352) 315-4477 or visit the..
affair before." "It wis hilarious." Hippodrnume's Web site at
That's v.hat lies at the heart Thi, show, which is www.theltipp.org.
of the mu ical-the
relationships wem ake ve and the 4 s e the mind of the five-year-old as a volcano with two
there are plent of funny vents: destructiveness and creativeness.
there are plent). of funny -Sylv.i .s.o ar" .+
moments along" the way, -Sylvia Ashton Warne.
including a song called
"Flushed Down Jhe Pipes,"
which features the backup
singers brandisib *i-.v.Arious
toilet-cleaning ltems, but
there's a seriousness there one
might not expect. ,
"The %%hole pla is deeper l
than it appears,"[ Chambers
said -.-. 1
.Cald'ell cites a? lyric from
the show's fin; le as an I
example of that. vegot to
make like a nail an I press on" .
is the funniest lyric n .the show. "
as far as CalIdwel.l. is .
concerned, but she :said it also ']
sums up what the musical is .m '
about-how we ma- e mistakes"
in our lives, how we, try to
learn from those m stakes and
how wke must "picl ourselves
by our bootstraps an I go on." 9'
"Life is always g| ,ing to turn
you upside down,' Caldwell
said .. .. .
For Chambers, th e lyric he
most enjoys is sung by hisn
character, Norbert: ."Nothing's
easy, nothing's safe.,' /'th S' Rib S m r ,
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keep in mind that ii 's only for allforjust$12.99.
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the people of Starke .
Futch compares it to the
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YMCA lifeguard and counselor Cassie Sparks
teaches Caleb McRae how to blow bubbles,
which will help him know how to breathe in the
water.


YMCA
Continued from p. 1C

minute sessions.
Set times are available,
based on age group or skill
level, between 9 and 1 1 a.m.
and from 4 to 6 p.m.
Lessons started on Monday,
June 5, but Bray said anyone
interested could still sign up.
They cost $40 for YMCA
members and $50 for non-
members.
Amy Vitko enrolled her 3-
year-old daughter, Tiffany,
into the swim lessons.
Vitko said she was worried
because Tiffany already liked
to play in the water. Because
they go to the beach or in the
water frequently, she said she


wanted to make sure her
daughter could swim at an
early age.
Another parent of a YMCA
swimmer said she was not part
of the YMCA but wanted to
make sure her daughter was
safe in their home pool.
This is a valid concern
because according to the CDC,
"children between the ages of
I and 4 most frequently drown
in residential swimming
pools."
Classes start at the beginner
level with 3-year-olds and
range in age and skill from
there.
On the first day of the
beginner class, children
learned the simplest parts of


swimming-blowing bubbles,
getting their heads wet when
they went underwater and how
to move their arms and kick
out their legs.
Colored rings, knee boards,
rubber ducks and foam noodles
are used to add a little fun to
the experience, and of course,
a splash or two in the shallow
end of the pool.
The advanced beginners.
called the Polywogs, went
further with different types of
swim strokes and how and
when to breathe in the water.
They were further along in
their floating skills, and most
could swim across the pool or
dive down to pick up colored
rings in the shallow end of the


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Jessica Whitfield signs a letter-of-intent to play basketball at Brevard Community
College Pictured (from left) are: Brevard coach Vanessa Santiago Whitfield and


her parents, Teresa and John Whitfield.


Whitfield will take



hoops: game tQBrevard


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Friends of hers dreamed of
*ila;,'ing basketball in college,
but Keystone Height i i.h
s tl .e, a ,re alsls
h iltl field said ir w s
so riething she never' really
drtimed about.
'"[ wanted to, but I never
th dight I would do it," she
said.
',Jell, she's getting the
ch J ice to do so after receiving
a scholarship from Brevard
Colj amunity College.
':! I'm very excited,"
W1t itfield said. "I can't wait to
get started."
j 'hitfield said she realized
dui: ng her senior year that
pla, ing beyond high school
was' something she could do.
Witj i that in mind, she worked
hartj to become the best player
she :' wouldd be.
J4 :ssica Marquart, who
coa, :hed Keystone. this past,
sea on, can attest to
W'hi field's work ethic.
very da\ in practice she
wou Ild try to improve in
"som thingg" Marquart said. r
V hitfield was a third-team,
Clasi'3 3A all-state selection this


SB Pop

Watrner is
reg istering
Saturday
Child dren, ages 7-,5,


past season, averaging 15.7 successful the team can be.
points and,8.2 rebounds per "I'm really excited for all of
game.. us to get to 'know each other,
"Jessica ,is a solidlpost work as a team and see what
player with some versatility we can do," Whitfield said.
.,.beat de ndjf aitiiude rhar
gantiago sid. I can see er vital part of Ke stone's .2005-
contributing to our program 06 team. Marquart said
arid iniproving tremendously Whitfield will certainly be
throughout the season as well missed next year, but
with the other post players I Keys'tone's loss is Brevard's
have." gain.
However, it was more than "I think she'll do really well
Whitfield's skills on the court at Brevard," Marquart said.
that caught Santiago's eye. "She wants to play, and she
"Not only is she such a great wants to win."
athlete, but she gets the job
done in the classroom,"
Santiago said. "She's a 'very i
solid student as well. That's
exactly the type of athlete I t n o
want to bring into my
program.",
Choosing a college to gp to
was a long process, Whitfield S
said. She said she remained "
patient while waiting to' see
What would be the best fil for OPENSUNDAYAFTERCHURCHI
her. That eventually d me
when she got a call from 300NrhMiS
Santiago to try out, 'then l ,1r
received a full scholarship 35 -34
offer.
Now she's looking forNard orto -fre
to working with her ine 1 8 A
teammates and seeing ho, t


interested in participating in
the Bradford Count) Pop
-Warner program as either a
player or cheerleader, can
register Saturday, June, 10,
from 10 a.m.-noon atithe
Bradford CouniN Fairgrounds.
For more information,
please call .904) 368-02731'
1:


Caitlyn Gilbert, 7, races Cole Williams
foam noodles. Cole took lessons with
new to the class this year.


across the pool with the help of
the YMCA last year, while Caitlyn is


TOWN AND COUNTRY FORD MERCURY


EXPANDS SERVICE STAFF

Town and Country Ford Mercury's Service Manager, Carol Still. announced today that they have
expanded their Service Staff by adding an additional Diesel and General Technician which will
enable the service staff to properly repair Ford vehicles in a more timely manner.
Ford Diesels are equipped with the latest technology and a 100,000 mile engine warranty. The
diagnostics is crucial to properly repairing the truck and we have the only Certified Ford Diesel
Shop in the Bradford-Unionarea.
"Adding another Diesel Technician will allow us to service the diesels better and in a more timely
manner," Carol stated.
"We have started pulling some diesels in from the larger stores because they have a several weeks
wait to get in for diagnosis, and most of
these trucks are needed daily to perform the -- -- |
task they were purchased for. Most diesel fl|. T,
trucks are a necessity and could cost the -
owner hundred's, up to thousands, of dollars
if they are not able to perform."7
If you're a diesel owner and need your
truck on the road, and not in the shop, Town
and Country Ford Mercury can help! Call
Carol for an appointment at 904-964-
7200.
The gas engines are also more complex Carol Still, ServiceManager
than ever and Town and Country has the
most up to date equipment, and the only factory diagnostic equipment in the area, including Ford's
latest system that was introduced last month.
Our Technicians are trained by Ford and once they are certified, they must constantly take
updates and new model training tc keep their certifications intact. Our technicians are constantly
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pool.
Regardless of age group,
YMCA swim instructors
Cassie Sparks and Amanda
Bray injected elements of fun
and safety into each lesson.
The swim students were
advised to never swim without
a parent, not to run on a
slippery pool area or deck,
how to call for help if someone
was in trouble in the water and
even learned some boating
safety tips.
For information on any of
the YMCA's summer
programs, contact the YMCA
at (904) 964-9622 or visit the
wellness center at 1642 S.
Walnut St. in Starke for further
details.


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(


SUC basketball camp has good turnout


Noah Wright prepares to
shoot the ball at the
conclusion of the June
2 camp.


A happy Noah
Thompson
receives his
camp
basketball
from coach
Pam Carter.


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer

Four years ago, Perry Davis,
the head girls varsity
basketball coach at Union
County High School, started
the All About Hoops camp,
hoping to promote the interest
of basketball in younger
children and, in turn, help
build solid programs at the
high school.
The high school programs
should be in pretty good shape
if numbers are any indication.
This year's camp drew an
average of 123 kindergarteners
through eighth-graders, up
from the 60 that participated in
the inaugural camp.
"Each year it's gotten bigger
and bigger," Davis said. "Next
year, we're going to have to go


to two camps."
Children participated in
shooting and dribbling drills
during the four-day camp, as
well as working on team
concepts. They were taught not
just by Davis and other fellow
Union County coaches, but by
members of the high school
boys and girls basketball
teams.
Davis said it did not appear
as if the camp would have
enough volunteers at first, but
he, the coaches and high
school players were joined by
many other members of the
community. There were
parents helping out every day
of the camp.
"We just had a lot of great
help," Davis said.
The camp concluded with a
competition day in which










McKenzie
Mobley (left)
and Cassidy
Phillips
practice their
dribbling at
the All About
Hoops camp.


students competed to earn
trophies in three categories:
dribbling, shooting and slam
dunking.
Camp participants received
T-shirts and basketballs, which
Davis designed. He creates a
new design for the balls and
shirts each year.
Davis said next year he is
planning on having a one-week
camp for children in grades
kindergarten-second grade and
another one-week camp for
children in third-eighth grade.
The camp is getting a good
response each year, and it has
proven to be so much fun for
those who participate that a lot
of children still want to be
involved in the camp even
after their eighth-grade years.
Davis said those children are
willing to work as counselors.
"That's fantastic to see,"
Davis said.


SFCC Starke

Fall Festival

meeting is

June 12

BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer

October may not be right
around the corner, but
planning for this year's annual
Santa Fe'Community College
Starke Fall Festival is set to
begin with the festival
committee's first meeting
scheduled for Monday, June


Ii.


- --.,.


" I
!. I


Ashley Johnson (left) has her camp T-shirt signed
by Union County High School player Terissa Nutt.


12, at noon' at the SFCC
Andrews Center board room in
Starke.
Kathy Lehman, festival
coordinator, said anyone in the
community who is interested
in attending this meeting may
do so. If interested, you must
make a reservation by 'calling
(904) 964-5382 (ask to be
transferred to the Starke Fall
Festival office).
Helping to plan the festival
is,: not the only, .way for,
someone to get invol'. ed..
Ever) year artists are asked to0
participate in the festival's
poster/T-shirt image contest.
This year's image is the First
United Methodist of Church
located on Walnut Street in


Camp
counselors
included
recent UCHS
graduates,
such as
Brendan
Odom, Willie
Oliver and
C.J. Spiller ,
who is,
pictured .._.7,
signing a
S" basketball for|/,
Chance
Bailey.






downtown Starke.
Interested artists m ust
submit a color (any mediumn,
and a black-and-white Ilhn.e.
drawing is best, bu: charcoal or1
other media will be accepted d)'
rendering of the church bl'_:
Monday, July 17, .at hhi.
Andrews Center. The coior
rendering will be used for ith,
festival posters and the black-.i
and-white rendering will bti
used for T-shirts.
'The artist "'hose image isi
selected v.ill receive $2 -For more information on t'lihji
year's resti\al, which will be"
Oct., 14-15,. or the poster,'T-.,
shirt contest, call (90-4 9t.4-'
5382 and ask for the Stairke:
Fall Festival-office.

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42 Motor
Vehicles
1995 MAZDA B2300, 5sp,
cold ac, dings, runs good
$1795. 1992 Lexus,
LS400, reduced $4500
firm. Also 94 Chevy Lu-
mine Van, cold ac, runs
$695-trans problems.
Call 904-964-4111.
100 LINCOLNS IN STOCK
some good, some
rebuildable, some sal-
vage. Also several other
brands. Need to sell
them all. George Ricks
Salvage, US 301N
Starke, 904-964-5184.
1996 JEEP CHEROKEE 4
dr, wrecked body, good
motor, transmission, rear
end, custom wheels, u
haul. $375. Call 352-284-
4280.
1991 CAMEAO 6 cylinder,
auto, $1200. 18 mpg,'
new tires, tune up includ-
ing clean & service,
throttle body, new air,
temp sensor, Idle valve,
new alternator, new bat-
tery, noe serpentine belt.
2001 562 Velorex motor-


cycle side car, $1000.
Classic styling, only, 152
LBS, great for most small
medium size applica-
tions. Stretch out comfort
for even the longest
leggs. Universal mount,
fits most motorcycles.
1200 cc or less. Unique
iockaoDle storage com-
panment behind passen-
ger. New never mounted.
Show chrome 1 3/4, drag
pipes, Harley shovel
nea a (Rick -Start) 19661/
69 for generator models,
$70. Call 352-473-7446,
CHEVY 4 WHEEL DR .
transmission, 700R4,
$300. 6 Bridgestone 8R
19.5 motorhome tires,
less than 30,000 miles,
'$300. Call 386-916-
6585.
1968' CHEV PANEL
TRUCK, 352 engine, 350
trans, PS, $3500. See it
at 624 S. Epperson' St.
behind Madison St.
Church. Call 904-964-
3245, between 8am and
10 pm. .
1978 FORD BRONCO 4 x
4, 400 modified engine,
960 transmission, getting
divorced must sell. Call
352-678-2855. Call for
deal.
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TT Front kitchen, twin'
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very good condition,
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8515.
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hours, great condition,
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Mercury & Brand new
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364-6857.
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SSOFT building with of-
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Also 8 acres, partially
cleared. Both lots 3/10 Oth
of a mile from new
Walmart. Call 904-964-
3827 for more informa-
: tion
COMMERCIAL/ RETAIL
space ,by Starke'Post
Office for rent or lease.
For mord information
please call 904-964-
6305 and ask for John.
DOWNTOWN STARKE
professional offices for
rent. Conference room,
kitchen, utilities and
more'provided. Call 904-
964-2616.
FOR RENT 400 SF center
oflown,. office space.1:50
S. Lawrence Blvd.
Downtown Keystone.
$40d per month. Call
Diane at 386-454-4130.
48 Homes for
Sale
MANUFACTURED or
Modular Homes factory
direct. Save $10,000.
Call for free brochure
866-755-9133.


2BR/1 BA BLOCK home on
1 acre, tile floors, com-
pletely remodeled, down
VFW road, beautiful
land, cute home,
$127,000. Call 904-334-
2741 or 386-496-2403.
WE BUY JUNKY
HOUSES, nice ones too.
Can close .in under 72
hours. 352-258-0865 or
w'e b u y j u n k y
houses.com.












HANDYMAN SPECIAL 2
story home, 660
Epperson St. in Starke,
asking $65,000 OBO.
Call 352-745-0039.
NEWLY BUILT home for,
sale. 3BR/2BA, single
car garage,' appliances
included and berber car-
pet. 740 Epperson St,
Starke. $158,000 Mas-
ters Construction. Call
352-745-0039.
FOR SALE BY OWNER
3BR/2Br walk in closet,
great room, living room,
screened room, patio,
fenced in yard, new
metal roof, new stove,
side by side refrigerator
with ice maker, attic fan,
outside utility shed with
work area & electricity.
Great location. 1404
East Call St. Call 904-
964-5907.
49 Mobile
Homes for Sale

A BEAUTIFUL DW in
Highridge Estates,
Quater acre, fenced
yard, new covered front
porch. $89,000. Call Ri-
chard at 352-795-3676
HILLIARD/ NEW Jacobsen
32 x 48: 3BR/2BA, set up
on 2 acres with well, sep-
tic & power pole in-
cluded, $734 per month.
Call 904-548-1480.
8 BRAND NEW HOMES
just bought out Double J
Mobile Home dealership


on US 17 just south of
A1A. We are selling out.
all existing inventory at
huge discounts! Call
904-548-1480 or come
by 850712 HWY 17 in'
Yulee.
1996 DWMH Homes of
Merrit. 3BR/2BA 24 X 52,
DW, washer & dryer,
front porch & A/C. Very
'clean, must move,
$27,500 OBO. Call 352-
494-0124 or 904-964-
5116.
3BR/2BA 2002, 16X.80, on
1.5 acres, Forrest Hills,
KH, owner financing,
$450 per month with
$5000 down. Call 352-
468-1078 or 352-745-
1841.
1998 TRIPLE WIDE 3BR/
2BA on approx 1/2 acre,
one block from middle
school in Lake Butler,
large kitchen & great
room, with fireplace,
master bath has garden
tub and shower, $65,000,
or mobile by its self you
move. OBO. 386-496-
4432, leave message.
3BR/2BA DWMH ON 2.5
ACRES Back porch, ga-
rage, den, outside Starke
City limits. Land is
cleared.Call 904-796-
0655. $75,000.
50 For Rent
. BRAND NEW, 3BR/2BA
2150 sq ft, site built
home, on 2/3 acre with
paved roads, $154,900.
Call 352-692-4343. In-
formation available at
w w w n e w
house411.com.
FURNISHED ROOMS
FOR RENT COM-
PLETE with CH/A, cable
provided, all utilities paid
Central location. 10%
discount on'first months
rent for senior citizens.
Rooms with private bath,
$110 $120./wk. Room-
without bath, $95. Laun-
dry facilities available.
Close to churches,
stores, downtown shop-
ping, theatre, and morel
See Manager at the
Magnolia Hotel, across
from the Starke Post Of-
fice. 904-964-4303.
WE HAVE 2 OR 3 bedroom
MH, clean, close to
prison. Call 352-468-
1323.
SOUTHERN VILLAS OF
Starke Apts. 2 BR HC &


. non HC apartment :s.
Central ac/heat, on s ite
laundry, playground, )ni-
vate and quiet at to-
sphere. Located on
SR16, 1001 South *irn
Vilas Dnve, StarKe. Fl or-
call 904-964-7295, TO D/
TTY 711. Equal Hou mng
Opportunity.
FOR RENT- 2 & .3BR
homes, newly renovaa ed.
Deposit required. ;all
678-438-6828 or 6 78-
438-2865, for more in; for-
m'iation.
LARGE-OFFICE Do s.n-
town. Ideal for-sevi) !al--
persons to occupy. $1 500
per month with 1 ear
lease. Call 904-.,64-
6305.. -
FOR RENT DOWNTQ WN
Business & Professl onal
office store.'This45 0 Osq
ft building has offi is~&
reception area, nevi tcar-
pet and paint. Mo nthly
rent w/option to I ease
long .term. $60 per
month, or long I term
lease discount. Ca1 II Vir-
ginia at 904-964-6. 105.
FOR RENT; 14x70 r tobile
home, 2BR/2BA, H/A,
heat, $575 per mo .ith. A
security deposit pll is first
and last months I ent is
required. Call 90 i-964-
8431 or352-745-1 189.:T
LARG3E 2BR .upsta rs un-
furnished apt. 31 miles
north of Starke ii Hwy
301. 1st & last mi)nth in
advance, $5011) per-
month. Call 35! .-283-
4634.
2BR/2BA MH on si acre,
close to Kej /stone
Heights and s :hools.
$550 a month p lus de-
posit. Call 352-47i 5-6260.
4BR/2BA DW MH in Lake
Butler. Quiet setti ng, fish
pond, beautiful, $ 750 per
month. Call 90 4-81,3-.
5604 or 904-282 -3043
REMODELED 3E IR/2BA
SW on 1.5acresk fenced,
off of 315C in Kieystone
Heights. $62. i month
plus deposit. Rel ferences
required. Call 186-445-
6302.
MH MELROSE AREA
2BR/2BA, cleai n, CH/A,
porch, utility bli g with W/
O hookups, '13 acre,
fenced yard, i no pets.
Adjoining lot aV alilable to,
keep 1 horse. $495 per
month. Call V152-475-
3468 or 904-7C :7-6251.
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parents are top trail
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ogs for sale. Call 904-
53-2700.
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ad habits, easy keeper,


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hands, owned for 12
years, $1100. Ci l 352-
475-3468 or 904-707-
6251.
RED TAIL BOA with 50
gallon aquarium, $100
OBO. Call 352-473-
9307.
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years old, $ 1,000. Call
964-3360.
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much to list. 1431 US
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north of Lawtey. Thurs &
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9th 9am to ? 1027 But-
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baby clothes, children
clothes, toys, american
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SCall St. Fri 8am to 2pm,
Sat 8 to noon.
FOR SALE Tool box, fits
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with swing away arm,
with trailer hitch. Many
other items. Thurs-Sat,
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Woodlawn St. 8am to ?
MOVING SALE something
for everyone at 4128
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8am to 3pm.
BIG YARD SALE Furni-
ture, good clothes, baby
clothes, household
items and lots of misc.
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east of Brad/Union
county line on SR100.
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NEED tools to toys. Hun-
dreds of items priced to
sell. Thursday thru Sat-
urday, 21633 N. US 301,
6 miles north of Starke.
3 FAMILY YARD SALE lots


of stuff. Come see, roof-
ing material, old win-
dows, boat & motor,
vans, computer screen,
3 glass showcases 3
sizes, couch, dresser
set, some small furni-
ture, some tools, farm
equipment, clothes all
sizes, baby, ladies &
mens, books & misc. Too
much to name, dealers
welcome. All week long
8 am til ? every day for 2
weeks (except June
12th). Call 904-368-1168
or 904-364-9984. 233
Morgan Road to 37th
ave, dead end, follow
signs.
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Yard Sales
FRI & SAT, 8AM til ? Fur-
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Water, Sewer
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during outfit, misc items.
6564 Fire Tower Rd.
FRI & SAT June 2nd & 3rd.
9am til ? 5713 Chippewa
Ave, Keystone Heights
FL.
MULTI FAMILY YARD
sale, Sat & Sun, June
10th & 11th, 8am to 5pm.
5681 Hiawatha Street,
Keystone Heights.
53 C Lake
Butler Yard
Sales
SAT ONLY 8:30AM TO
4:30PM Take 100 east to
1st hard road to right af-
ter Hardees and
Gilmans, turn right on
CR237 S, go approx 1
mile to SE 84th St, turn
left, 1st trailer on left.
Look for signs. 2 house-
hold sale, furniture,
babyclothes, children &
adult clothing, shoes,
nice toys, misc & travel
trailer. Call 386-496-
9743.
55 Wanted
WANTED HANDICAP
VAN can be used or
damaged. Please call
904-964-5184.
LOOKING FOR LAND
around Starke, 1 to 5
acres. Call '904-964-
4702 or 352-275-4702.
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.
BED-KING SIZE Pillowtop
mattress and boxspring
with manufactures war- -
ranty. Brand new still in
plastic. Can deliver. Sell
for $170. Call 352-372-
7490.
BEDROOM SET 7 piece
Gorgeous cherry queen/
king bed, dresser, mirror,


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500 ft frontage on 301
South Only 3/10 mile
from Super Walmart.
Office
2800 sq ft Building
Mini-storage and Barn
*Ideal Location*
Call (904) 964-3827


2 nightstands, chest
available, dovetail con-
struction. New still in
boxes. Retail $6100,
sacrifice for $1100. 352-
377-9846.
DINING ROOM SUITE-
beautiful cherry table, 6
chippendale chairs and
lighted hutch and buffet.
Brand new still boxed.
Can deliver. Retail
$5800, sacrifice $1100.
352-377-9846.
MATTRESS TWIN sets
$89, full sets $129,
Queen sets $159, King
sets $189. Mattress Fac-
tory, 441 East Brownlee
St. Carpets also- large
room size pieces. Save
a lot. Cash and carry.
Call Sonia at 352-473-
7173 or 904-964-3888.
BED-QUEEN orthopedic
Pillowtop mattress and
box. Name brand, new in
plastic, with warranty.
Can deliver. Sacrifice
$100. Call 352-372-
8588.
COMPAQ PRESARIO PC
17' monitor, windows
ME, 4 in 1 printer, fax,
copy, scan, print. Call
904-964-70143 between
3pm & 9pm. Hardly
used.
METAL BRAKE, 10'6",
good shape, works,
$750 OBO. Call 386-
562-3408 or 386-253-
8708 .
KITCHEN TABLE all wood,
4 chairs, 46" x 29" high.
Good as new, good for
mobile home. Call 352-
473-9031.
3 PIECE LIVING ROOM
SET, $50; oak dining
room table $50; uphol-
stered office chairs.$5
each; metal loft bed with
desk, nightstand and
chair $75; wooden stu-
dent desk $10; twin bed
with mattress $50; rattan
& glass coffee table and
2 end tables $50; bed-
room set w/ full sized
bed and mattress, bu-
reau, vanity w/ mirror,
night stand $75;386-
496-9783.
59 Personal
Services
WE CAN HELP YOU Ap-
ply for 1st & 2nd mort-
gages, personal & busi-
ness Call Regal Invest-
ments No fees. fast re-
suits Call 888-985-
5775: .
CHILDCARE IN MY Lake
Butler nome, great rates,
smoke free home. ail
snfs. 30 pus years years ex-
perience. blood & snacks
provided Call 386-496.
1062.
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*25 years experience,
mowing, trimming, &
edging No yard to small
qp.or,large..Call for free
* -esimate,'904-782-3894
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-eclion of termite & wa-
ter-damageo wood &
silis. Leveling & raising
Houses/Bldgs. Pier Re-
placement & alignment
Free Estimates- Danny
(Buddy) Clark,. (904)-
284-2333 or 1-800-288-
0633
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 lendi for
M.H. & land packages..
1-800-284-1144.
HOUSE CLEANING if you
don't have time to clean,
we can do It. Very hon-
est, very dependable,
reasonable, with refer-
ences Keystone,
Starke, Melrose area.
Call 904-504-6076,
leave message:
M & J LAWN SERVICE
mowing, residential and
commercial, all types of
yard maintenance. Our
prices are the lowest
around. Call 904-364-
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DO YOU HAVE a passion
for children? Do you be-
lieve better lives start
with better beginnings?
If so Episcopal Childrens
Services is looking for
Early Childhood Profes-
sionals to work in sev-
eral of our locations
throughout Clay and
Duval counties. Our Pre-
school Teachers provide
a warm, nurturing, stimu-
lating, safe and loving
environment where each
child has the opportunity
to develop language,
cognitive, social, emo-
tion and physical skills
appropriately. Ourteach-
ers support and partici-
pate in ECS activities
that support the mission
of closing the literacy
gap and working to-
wards meeting the goals
of each child. Our posi-
tions require previous
childcare experience
and a HS diploma. CDA
or AA degree in early
childhooc education
would be preferred cul
not essential. We offer
an excellent compensa-
tion and benefits pack-
age; including: competi-
tive starting salaries
- commensurate with ex-
perience and creden-
tials, health, dental and
life insurance, retirement
plan (403 B), paid tuition
for continuing education,
child care discount, paid
Vacation & holidays, ca-
reer advancement. ECS
where better lives start
with better- beginnings.
All interested applica-
tions should apply to
ECS, 100 Bell'Tel Way,
Suite 100 Jacksonville,
Florida 32216. Resumes
may be faxed to 904-
726-1520 or e mailed to
sdayton @ecs4kids.org.
ECS is an Equal Oppor-
tunity/Affirmative Action/
Drug Free Employer
HELPER FOR WORK IN
home repair. Call 352-
475-1596, leave mes-
sage.
EPISCOPAL CHILDREN
Services is currently
seeking several profes-
sionals to provide sup-
port and direction of best
practices for literacy de-
velopment and quality
childcare. These posi-
tions will support St.
Johns, Clay & Bradford
Counties. a Literacy
Coach. This position will
visit preschool class-,
rooms and provide train-
ing, modeling and cur-
riculum support to en-
sure that appropriate
early childnooa literacy
education and perlor-
mance standards are
implemented through
quality programs and the
Links to Literacy curricu-
lum. Requires knowl-
edge of early literacy
and a Masters degree In
early childhood educa-
tion, elementary educa-
tion or related field and
3 to 5 experience In the
field of early childhood or
elementary education.
Environmental Program
Specialist; This'position
will visit preschool class-.
rooms and work with
teachers to provide tech-
nical assistance, im-
provement plans, and
support the accrediation
process for the program
to createdan appropriate
early learning environ-
ment: Requires knowl-
edge of components in'
a quality environment for
childcare as it relatesto
'early literacy develop-
ment, a Bachelors de-
gree in early childhood
education, elementary
education or related field
and 3 to 5 years experi-
erfce in the field of early
childhood or elementary
education. Infant Toddler
Specialist; This position
will develop and provide
Infant/toddler training,
technical assistance,
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components in a quality
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childcare as it relates to
early literacy develop-
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aid 3 to 5 years experi-
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NEEDED, weed pulling,
fertilizing etc. Full time
40 hour week. Apply in
person at U S Body
Source, 1.5 miles South
of Hampton on CR 325.
COMPANY SPECIALIZ-
ING in Erosion control
now hiring the following
positions: Crew leaders,
equipment operators, la-
borers, Class A CDL
drivers, mechanics- valid
Drivers license a Must!
Fax resume to 904-275-
3292 or call 904-275-
4960, EOE.
CONSTRUCTION WORK-
ERS, helper positions
available, very little ex-
perience needed, full
time and part time avail-
able, some benefits. Ap-
ply in person at Autho-
rized Construction Ser-
vices, 7200 SE US
HWY 301, Hawthorne.
352-481-0008.
BABYSITTER WANTED!
in my home. 6 year old
in Starke (Bayiess Hwy),
hours vary, Mon -Fri. Call
352-395-6669 or 352-
514-9775
ASSEMBLY AMERICAN
Access Technologies,


located in Keystone
Heights is accepting ap-
plications for assembly
positions. Will train.
Hours are from Monday
thru Thursday from 7am
to 3:30pm, and Friday
from 6:30am to 3:30pm.
Starting salary is $7.25.
per hour. DWFP, good
benefits. Call 352-473-
4984.
PART TIME TELLER,
M&S Bahk seeking a
part-time teller for Key-
stone office. One to two
years teller experience
preferred but not re-
quired. Heavy cash han-
dling required. Apply at
any M & S Bank location.
EOE/AA/H/V.
JOB OPENING for mature
office help. Computer
and people skills essen-
tiall Above market pay
with benefits. Please
send resume to PO
Drawer A, Starke, FL
32091. Fax resume to
904-964-8628 or email
editor@bctelegraph.com.
APARTMENT MANAGER
TWO PT positions,
Hawthorne & Lake But-
ler, or 1 FT position
Hawthorne & Lake But-


ler. Resume:Flynn
Mgmt Corp, 516
Lakeview Rd, #8,
Clearwater, FL 33756 or
fax to: 727-447-5516.
APARTMENT MAINTE-
NANCE TWO PT posi-
tions, Hawthorne & Lake
Butler, or 1 FT position
Hawthorne & Lake But-
ler. Resume:Flynn
Mgmt Corp, 516
Lakeview Rd, #8,
Clearwater, FL 33756 or
fax to: 727-447-5516.
RN/LPN 8 to 4. Mon Fri-
day. Out patient clinic.
Geriatric experience a
must. Penney Retire,
ment Community. Fax
resume to 904-284-
6259. Drug Free Work
Place & EOE.
THE CITY OF STARKE
will be accepting appli-
cations for the position of
Meter Reader. This is
semi-skilled field and of-
fice work in reading, re-
cording and maintaining
meter service for the City
Utility system. Establish
and maintain account
numbers and meter
record system. Working
knowledge of street lo-


cations and ability to de-
termine locations from a
map. Knowlege of the
methods and equipment
used in the installation of
service requirements.
Abiltiy to establish and
maintain harmonious
public contacts. Ability to
work out of doors under
varying weather and
hazardous conditions.
Graduation from a stan-
dard High School or
G.E.D. and three years
experience in meter
reading, maintenance
and installation. Must
have a current Florida
Drivers License. Must
pass pre-employment
drug screen and back-
ground check. Applica-
tions can be picked up at
the Bradford Career
Center located at 609
North Orange Street,
Starke Florida and return
to same. Applications
will be accepted thru the
close of business on Fri-
day May 5, 2006. The
City of Starke is an EOE.
CLASS A CDL Driver.
OTR, FT & PT, 6.day
work week. Good MVR
& Drug screen. Call 678-
431-3540.
FT PARTS DEPARTMENT
position. Apply in person
Monday thru Friday 9am
to 5pm. Drug Free Work
Place. Call 904-964-
4238.
DRIVERS GET UR
SHARE $4000 sign on
bonus. Home most
weekends. EOE. CDLA
877-754-4320.
DISPATCH LOAD COOR-
DINATOR: needed for
large flatbed trucking
company. Exp in
transportation neces-
sary. Salary dependent
on experience. Health/
life/denta/401 K/paid va-
cation' holiday and
more. Grayson Mitchell.
Rick: 800-434-1882.
DISPATCHER: needed for
large flatbed trucking
company. Exp in
transportatoin neces-
sary., Salary dependent
on experience. Health/
life/dental/401 K/paid va-
cation. holiday and
more. Grayson Mitchell.
Rick: 800-434-1882.


NEW PERCEPTIONS, Inc
is looking for ah office
assistant that possesses
computer skills, very or-
ganized, detail oriented,
self motivating, depend-
able, reliable, and has a
willingness to learn and
adapt to changes.
Please call Tina at 904-
966-2100, between the
hours of 10:00am and
4:30pm.
DRIVERS SOUTHEAST
ONLY 10 company driv-
ers needed, home ev-
ery weekend, 80% drop
& hook, sign on bonus,
health & dental, paid va-
cation, rider
program(immediate).
CDL/A 2 yrs OTR.
Shoreline Transporta-
tion. Call 877-208-9176.
LAWN WORKER
NEEDED, must have-
good drivers license and
own transportation, train
for lead man, with at
least 6 months commer-
cial exp. Call Larry at
352-473-2542.
RN/LPN/C.N.A.
Macclenny Nursing &
Rehab. All shifts avail-
able, full/part time, PRN.
Apply in person, phone
904-259-4873, fax re-
sume to 904-259-5381.
Ask for Sharon or
Melves..
Bradford County Building
and Zoning Department
is taking applications for
a full time office position.
Basic knowledge of zon-
ing and building helpful.
Computer skills, good '
with the public, team
player, eager to learn.
Applications can be ob-
tained at 945-F North
,Temple Avenue (North
Wing Bradford County
Courthouse) Starke
Florida or www.bradford-
co-fla.org. Completed
applications must be re-
turned by 4:00 pm, June
7, 2006. For more Infor-
mation call 904-966-
6213
CASHIER NEEDED for
Keystone Golf & Coun-
try Club. Flexible hours.
Call .52-473-4540.
EQUIPMENT OPERATOR
Bradford County is cur-
rently accepting applica-
tions for two (2) OPS


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positions for equipment
operators and other du-
ties that may be as-
signed from time to time.
All applicants must have
a valid Florida Drivers
License, CDL, (class B)
preferred. Salary will be
based on the applicant's
qualifications. Applica-
tions may be turned in or
mailed to the Bradford
County Dept. at 812B N.
Grand Street, Starke, FL
32091. The deadline for
accepting applications is
4:00pm, Thursday, June
22, 2006. Application
forms may be picked up
at the road department.
Equal Opportunity Em-
ployer.
SUMMER COOK needed
full time cook for sum-
mer camp from June 5
to August 7 (40 hours
per week). Food prep
and grill experience re-
quired. Morning and at-
temrnoon shifts available.
Call 352-473-3258.
PART TIME WRANGLER
needed part time wran-
gler for camp & confer-
ence center (up to 25
hours per week). Must
have experience in
riding, feeding, and car-
ing for horses. Barn
maintenance skills also
required. Riding instruc-
tion experience a plus,
but not required. Must be
at least 21 years of age.
Call 352-473-3258 to
apply.
FULL TIME MAINTE-
NANCE WORKER
needed Ill time mainte-
nance worker for camp
& conference center (35
hours per week). Expe-
rience required in facil-
ity maintenance. Call
352-473-3258. Must be
at least 21 years of age.
Call 352-473-3258 to
apply.
WANTED HOUSE-
KEEPER 1 to 2 days per
week. Call April at 386-


496-0909 or 386-965-
0975.
DRIVER- ARE YOU get-
ting a 2006 pay in-
crease? Roehl drivers
are paid more with prac-
tical route mileage pay
plus top 10 pay rate. 53'
van/48' FB. Students
welcome. Sign on bo-
nus. Class A required.
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more, be home more
carrier." Call 7days/week
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there's no road ahead.
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weekend, 80% .drop &
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health & dental, paid va-
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program(immediate).
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tion. Call 877-208-.9176.
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operators, SE runs only
Top earnings! Great ben-
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exp. www.seminolet
ransport.com Recuriting:
800-274-4110.
DRIVERS & CONTRAC-
TORS: home through
the week, drop & hook
loads, great pay/ben-
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770-344-2028.
CARPENTERS, FRAM-
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needed for Parrish
Framing. Call 904-964-
7836 or 904-578-0971.
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line: www.team
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LEGAL SECRETARY
NEEDED for busy law
office. Exp. a must. Po-
sition available
immediately. Fax re-
sume, references &
cover letter to 904-964-
4839.
2BR2BA HOME for rent,
with laundry room & Di-
rect TV, $550 per month,
904-966-2024.
MAINTENANCE PER-
SON needed. Welding,
machinery, and general
farm maintenance. Start-
ing pay $9 per hour. Call
386-462-1016.
DAIRY FARM LABOR-
ERS, hardworking de-
pendable transportation,
shift work, holidays &
weekends. For more in-
formation call 386-462-
1016. .
WELL DRILLER HELPER
must have valid drivers
license and transporta-
tion, electric & mechanic
knowledge helpful. Reli-
able, overtime & week-
end work available. Call
352-473-0534.
FT REHAB TECH Lake
Butler, will train. Organi-
zational skills. Excellent
opportunity for student.
Call 352-266-8553 or fax
resume to 352-873-7556
HANDYMAN with truck
needed to do odds &
ends, paint, home repair,


etc. References needed
Sampson Lake Area.
Call 904-964-2722.
EXPERIENCED HOME
REPAIR person, own
tools and transportation,
full/part time, retires wel-
come. Call 904-966-
2024, references re-
quired.
CLEANING LADY
NEEDED on Fridays, ref-
erences needed.
Sampson Lake area.
Call 904-964-2722.
THE NEW RIVER SOLID
WASTE ASSOCIATION
is seeking to hire a full-
time employee for the
position of Recycling
Technician II. The duties
will include collection and
processing of recyclable
materials, supervising
inmate labor, and other
duties as needed. Appli-
cants must have a high
school or GED diploma,
a valid Class Bor higher
CDL, and the physical
dexterity necessary to
complete the required
duties. Starting salary Is
$9.50 an hour. Applica-
tions may be obtained at
the office of New River
Solid Waste Association
on SR 121,3 miles north
of Raiford, Florida, Mon-
day-Friday 8am- 5pm.
Deadline for application
is Monday, June 19,
2006.
DUMP TRUCK DRIVERS,
heavy equipment opera-


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Restaurant Managers. Crew Member '
..,.. -. and Shift Leaders .,' .
'"Monday-Saturday, June 5th -10th (2pm-5pm) k:
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tors, motorgrader opera-
tor, & Laborers. Experi-
ence preferred. Valid
drivers license a must.
DFWP w/ benefits apply
within Andrews Pacing,
Inc, 627 NW 123rd
Place, Gainesville FL.
Call 386-462-1115.
MATURE CAREGIVER for
elderly lady. Must be able
to work different shifts.
Start now. Call 352-473-
7393, ask for Patricia.
LPN TEACHER NEEDED
excellent benefits includ-,
ing, health, dental, Tife,
retirement, FICA, accu-
mulated annual leave,
sick leave, pay, 8am to
3pm, M-F. BSN pre-
ferred, RN required.
Starke area. Call 904-
966-6760.
CONCRETE FINISHER
Full time position, expe-
rienced only apply. Call
904-545-6103.
KITCHEN/GRILL COOK
exp preferred, hours
must be flexible, 35 to 40
hours per week. Contact
Ken at 904-964-8061.
BRADFORD COUNTY
PROPERTY Appraiser is
taking applications for a
full time position. Position
will require outside data
collection. Bas c typing


SKIlls are needed and
,some computer skills
helpful, good math skills
helpful; working well with
the public required. Ap-
ply at Bradford Career
Center, 609-A North Or-
ange Street, Starke, FL.
Applications accepted
through June 21, 2006.
CIRCULATION SUPERVI-
SOR-Bradford County is
accepting applications
for a full time Circulation
Supervisor at Bradford
County Public Library.
Salary is negotiable,
commensurate with
qualifications and expe-
rience. Application forms
and job descriptions are
available at the Clerk of
Courts office, the
Alachua/Bradford Career
Center, 609 North Or-
ange St., Rm 09-19,
Starke, FL 32091, or via
the county website at
www.bradford-co-fla.org.
Applications and re-
sumes may be turned In
or mailed to Clerk of the
Court, P.O. Drawer B,
945 N. Temple Ave.,
Starke, FL, 32091. The
deadline for applications
is June 19, 2006 at
5:00pm. The county re-
serves the right to reject
any and all applicatoins.
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company drivers $1.22
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om.
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DRIVERS $1500.00
bonus every 6 months.
OTR, Excellent home
time, New Equipment. I
year Experience Class A
with tank & hazmat. Call
(877)882-6537.
www.oakleytransport.co
m.
DATA ENTRY! Work
From Anywhere.
Flexible Hours. Personal
Computer Required.
Excellent Career
Opportunity. Serious
Inquiries Only (800)344-
9636 Ext.700.


out of Area
iNTERESTED IN A
POSTAL I,.8 Earning
Si5"K'. A,' Minirmumr
Pr., eu r *,,cei c nr.
help .,-.u prep.e I'o I1he
Postal B.ilee Exam
Find Oi. H-i),' Call
Tod.i' F.o More
Inlfcr.raior, S00,)ii 4.
1'75 Ref C.ode P5"'9
Sales
$4-00 000 *')r1 Ho.r
Gooa Are 'c.u Reinring
Million MIrkeier seek'
THk 0 .ales prol'e.es,.'nal,
o le,.:h m% b -.lne-: iO0
l,..p p dclicti; ,,uire ils,
er.iri' $ i .401K per
mo',nin I-EAS. E nrcou. .
nq rie:. ounl\ .,ol Inln.
Con.mr- iion'Bonue'.
.rlvt ,- 4,.86'5
Hunling
HUNT ELK Red Slai.
Budll i c. k hiieial
F.,,'llo" .Gua rrIneed
hunlini license $5:C00.
Se-'son 5't).3.'31,0'"
We h.i,e a N.. Game-No
Pay policy. Book no,'-
Days (31-4)209-9800
Evenings (314)293-.0610
Instruction
HEAVY EQUIPMENT
OPERATOR TRAINING
FOR EMPLOYMENT:
Bulldozers, Backhoes,
Loaders, Dump Trucks,
Graders, Scrapers,
Excavators; National
Certification, Job
Placement Assistance;
Associated Training
Services (800)251'-3274
www.equipment-
school.com.
LegalServices -
DIVORCE$275- -
$350*COVERS children,
etc. Only one signature
required! *Excludes
govt. fees! Call
weekdays (800)462-
2000, ext.600. (8am-
7pm) Alta Divorce. LLC.
Established 1977.

INJURED? HURT?
FRIGHTENED? Call for
a lawyer Now! 24 Hours
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A-A-A ATTORNEY
Referral Service All
Accident, Injury & Death
Claims Auto. Bike,
Malls, Shopping Centers,
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Lots & Acreage
MULTI-PROPERTY
AUCTION Home,
Lakefront Homesiles,
Residential Tracts,
Wooded Horihesites,
Ranch Land Ilam,
Saturday June 24,


ATTN: DRIVERS/O/OPS
SE Regional Fleet. Over--
whelmed by OTR? Drive
regional runs with Arnold.
Home weekly, BCBS Ins,
superior lease purchase
program, Ask about our
Super Regional Runs.
Recuiter available M-F &
Sun 1ll day, Sat AM.
CDL-A, Hazmat, 1 yr.
exp, or 6 months with
major carrier. Call Juna
at 800-365-2518,
www.arnoldcareer.com.
LANDFILL SPOTTER The
- New -River Solid-Waste
Association is seeking a
qualified person for the
position of Landfill Spot-
ter. Responsibilities in-
clude screening wastes
for removal of unautho-
rized materials. Landfill
or recycling experience
preferred. 'Employees
will be required to com-
plete Landfill Operator_
and Inmate Supervision
courses. Salary will be.
based on experience.
Entry level salary is
$7.50 per hour. Applica-
tions available at the
New River Regional
Landfill. SR 121.3 miles


Higgeniboinam
Auc ,c.neer M E
Hig-'enboiham CAI
FLlic: AU30(jAB158
.- e hig enboinam com
,8r.X1 .4- 161
Manufactured Homes
PALM HARBOR
HOMES Factor3 Model
Center LARGEST in
Ameiial' Modular and
Manufactured .
LIQUIDATION SALE'
Call for FREE Color
Brochure,' i800i622.
28P12
Miscellaneous
ATTEND COLLEGE
ONLINE Irom home
"Medical "Bus,ness
SPair.legal "Computers
"Criminal Jusnice Job
Slacemert assstance
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Financial Aid i f
qu.lhfied Call 8661858
.121
'- ,OrdineTide aiuerTe
ch corner
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BEDS Bu, Direc and
Sa.e' Full Body units
from $22 a month'
FREE Color Caialog
CALL TODAY!
(800)842-1305
www.np.etstan.com.
Real Estate
TENNESSEE GRAND
OPENING! Swan Ridge
Lake Resort, a private,
gated community wilh
both lake-view and
mountain-view
homesites. Lots starting
at $29,900. CALL
TODAY! (931)243-48"I1
www.swanridgedevelop
ment.eom.. .-. .
BEAUTIFUL N
CAROLINA. ESCAPE
TO BEAUTIFUL
WESTERN NC
MOUNTAINS. FREE
COLOR BROCHURE &
INFORMATION.
MOUNTAIN
PROPERTIES W/
SPECTACULAR
VIEWS HOMES.
CABINS, CREEKS &
INVESTMENT
ACREAGE. Cherokee
Mountain GMAC Real
Estate.
cherokeemountainrealty.
corn (800)841-5868.
BENT TREE Golf and
Tennis, Gated
Community in the North
Georgia Mountains with
Clubhouse, Pools, Lake,
Stables. Homes and Lots
available. Craft, Inc.
(800)822-1966
www.craftrealestate.com.
North Carolina Cool


north of Raiford, FL. Ap-
oly betwAi.n 8:30am &
5:00pm. Deadline for ap-
plications is Friday June
23, 2006 at 5:00pm. New
River Solid Waste is a
drug-free workplace;
drug testing will be re-
quired. For information,
call 386-431-1000. Equal
Opportunity Employer.
DRIVERS MANY
CHOICES and regional
or dedicated in some ar-
eas. $4000 sign on bo-
nus. -dgme most week-
ends Studenls wel-
come EOE CDLA 877-
754-4320. -
PUBLIC HOUSING MGR
The Union County Hous-
ing Authority seeks an
expenencea manager for
low income housing
Oualhfied candidates will
nave a Dachelor's de
gree in Social Services or
related field and a mini-
mum of four years expe-
rience in a public or pri-
vate housing. Hired per-
son must posses Public
Housing Certificate
within one year of hire.
Have software. (Word,


.Mountain Air Views &
Streams Homes Cabins
& Acreage FREE
BROCHURE i800l642.
5333 Realmt Or Muarph,
317 Peachiree St
Murphy. N.C. 28906
wv. reallyofmurph) co
m
6 24 Acres! Escelleni
Inesiment Opporiunitl
Properly 1-95 & Hwy
17, First Exit in Florida
Joins 95 Ramp. 15
minutes JAX
International I 6m obo
1904)321-2679
Mortgage Brokersi loan
officers/ branch
managers. ready io lake
the next step in sour
more ae career'
ww GE90PERCENT
com.
EUFA U L A AL
WATERFRONT Di2 to 3
acres from the 40 s
Gated aiih Planned
clubhouse, docks, and
boat ramp 2 hours from
Allania & the coasi
Rolling terrain. beautiful
hard oods (866)882
1107
LAKEFRONT
PARCELS FOR SALE
Gorgeous lakefront and
view Tots". Awesome
views. On 46K acre Lake
Barkley, 90 min to
Nashville.. Great for
2nd/ietirement home. I
to 40t acres from the
$40's Call (866)339-

TN. CUMBERLAND
PLATEAU I to 5 acre
parcels from the S-$0s
Amazing rolling aisia
views Clo:e to parks &
lakes Planned
clubhouse, nature trails
Call for appi (866,292
5769..
VA MOUNTAINS 5
acres with frontage on
very large pristine creek,
.er) private, i8xcellhent
fishing canoeing., .ood
access, near New River
TrailState Park. $39,500.
Owner (866)789-8535
www.mountainsofVA.co,
m.
Ist YEARS PAYMENTS
ARE ON US!* Dockable
Lakefront Lots from
$149,900! 1+ Acre Lake
Access Lots from
49.900! Giant 72,000
acre lake only 2 hrs from
Atlanta. Next available
showing on Saturday.
June 241h. Call for our
appointment NOW!
(877)426-2326 X. 1344.
*Some restrictions apply.


Excel), strong written, ver-
bal interpersonal skills, a
completed application
and resume is required
include salary history,
must be recieved no later
than 4:00pm on June 16,
2006, at Attn: Ms. Doris
G. Thomas, 502 SW 8th
Street, Apt #102, Lake
Butler, FL 32054.
COUPLE WANTED FT
housekeeper and FT
handyman. $10 to $12/hvr
each. Pd sick, annual
leave & holidays. Health
insurance, allowance.
Lakefront rental home
available. Fax resumes/
refs to 352-475-5019 or
email to dlevan29@bell
south.net, or call 352-
475-1267 from 9am to
5pm, M-F.
HOUSEHOLD MGR
wanted. FT $10 to $12/.
hr. Pd sick, annual leave,
holidays,health insur-
ance allowance. F a x
resumes/refs to 352-475-
5019 or email to
d levan29@bell
south.net, or call 352-
475-1267 from 9am to
5pm, M-F.


Qualilted buyers onl)
Rlles and terms subject
10 change .0o notice
Offer void where
prohit.ied b. l
Lakefroni and Lake, ie.
Properties Nestled in ihe
hills of Tennessee on the
shoes of pristine Norris
Lake Call Lakeside
Really at 14231626-5820
Or s I s I
www lakesiderealh -
in com
\VNC Mounlamns 384
Acres ,,' lew and
hardwood irees Owner
financing at $65.280
a/little don This one
,on'i last call loda'
t8rj0)o99 1289 or
w,. rnettierndlakelure
com
TENNESSEE NORRIS
LAKE MOST
BEAUTIFUL OF
TENNESSEE LAKES
ai.h 800 mIles oi
shoreline W aienlew
and ,alerfroni lois from
$49 000 Boal docks
available
,wa SunsetBayReall, c
c.m Sunsei Bav Realih
i865j278.3980 "
Coastal Southeast
Georgia. Large wooded
water access marsh.
view, lakefront, and golf
oriented homesites from
the mid $70k's. Live
oak, pool, tennis, golf.
(877)266-7376 7
www.cooperspoint.com.
Western New Mexico
Private 74 Acre Ranch
$129,990 Mt. views,
trees, rolling hills.
pastureland, wildlife.
Orders BLM.
Picturesque homesite at
6,700' elevation.
Horseback riding,
hiking, hunting. Perfect
family ranch, electricity.
100% financing. NALC
(866)365-2825.
BANK
FORECLOSURES!
Homes from $10,000! 1-
3 bedroom available!
HUD. Repos, REO, etc.
These homes must sell!'
For listings call.
(800)425-1620 ext.4237.
Steel Buildings
ALL STEEL
BUILDING SALE!
"Plus Free. Bonus!"
20x28 Now $4200.
25x32 $5800. 30x42
$9200. 40x62 $14,900.
Other models and sizes.
Front end optional.
Pioneer (800)668-5422.
Since 1980.


*EXPERIENCED CIS A- DRIVERS NEEDED


CHIP & LIVEBOTTOM VANS

-$1000 Sign on Bonus, Home Nights


Local Runs $650 $750+

Health/Life Ins Avail, 401k

Paid Vacation, Wkiy Performance Bonus

$500 Quarterly Safety/Perf Bonus

DOT Insp & Driver Referral Bonus

FLATBED DRIVERS

$700 $1000 WKLY

HOME 1-2 NIGHTS & ,VERY W/E


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PRITCHETT TRUCKING, INC.

1-800-808-3052


WHITEHEAD BROS., INCJLAKE CITY LOGISTICS, INC.
OTR DRIVERS NEEDED
Go through Home several times most weeks.
Home most weekends. Personalized dispatching
that comes from only dispatching 25 trucks at
our location here.in Starke. Vacation pay, Safety
Bonus up to $1,200 per year. Driver of the Year
bonus, and driver recruitment bonuses. Blue
"" Cross Blue Shield medical and dental insurance.
Need 2 years of experience and a decent driving
record.
CALL JIM OR DEBBIE LAWRENCE AT
904-368-0777 or 1-888-919-8898



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