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da Thursda une 29, 2006 12th Issue 50 CENTS

da -Thursday, -Jue 29, 2006 .. -12th Iss-e 50 CENTS


Proposal to move ambulance to WS takes a turn


BY JAMES REDMOND
Times Staff Writer
A decision on whether or not
to move one of the county's
two ambulances to
Worthington Springs has once
again been put on hold.
In February, officials from
Worthington Springs offered to
let .the county take over
operations of the town's fire
department. In exchange, it
asked the county station a
rescue unit at the fire
department. Since then both
sides have been trying to
hammer out who. would be
responsible for specific things


like insurance, equipment
repair and utilities. On June 19,
the matter took a surprising
turn.
As Worthington Springs
Mayor Jimmy Cason addressed
commissioners about the May
25 letter the town had sent the
county outlining its
responsibilities, County
Commission Chairman Wayne
Smith told Cason there were
now other factors in the
equation.
"Mr. Parrish filled out a
grant for a building for an
EMS station- and was
approved," Smith said. "Before
we deal with Worthington


Springs, we need to take the
grant into consideration."
According to Smith, the
grant emergency medical
services Director Allen Parrish
was awarded would pay
$75,000 to help the county
construct a new building to
house an ambulance and
personnel. The county would
have to contribute at least
$25,000 toward the
construction. Any costs above
$100,000 the county would
also be responsible for.
Commissioner Ricky
Jenkins then asked Smith
where the county would build
this new station.


"We've got three pieces of
land we can put it on," Smith
said. "We can put it out at
,Harmony Freewill Church, we
can put it in Providence or the
young lady who is building the
Plantations at Providence gave
the county seven acres of
land."
According to Smith, the land
at all three of the proposed
sites was donated to the
county. Harmony Freewill
Baptist Church is located at the
corner of C.R. 239A and C.R.
241. The property for the
station is next to the church,
The land at the Plantations of


Providence is locatedion S. R.
238, approximately seven
miles west of Lake Butler. It is
unclear exactly where the
property in Providence is
located.
Jenkins suggested that the
county select a site- that was
centrally located and able to
service various parts of the
county. Commissioner Karen
Cossey suggested the site
needed to be placed where the
most calls for EMS service
were coming from. She asked
Parrish if he could identify
those areas.
"Ms. Cossey, I don't have


that right now with me,"
Parrish said. "I have spoken
with Mr. York and with the
new updated 911 system, we
have been tracking that per
area of the county by
addresses. We should be able
to have those numbers before
the next time you meet."
Emergency management
Director Doug York said his
office has been tracking EMS'
call load since January 2005.
York's office is in charge of

See MOVE, p. 2A


Union,

Bradford

score under

new bill

BY MARKJ. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor
A bill signed by Gov. Jeb
Bush last week will provide
hundreds of thousands of
dollars to counties deemed
"fiscally constrained,"
including Bradford and Union.
The Fiscally Constrained
County Bill will send money
from the state tax on
communications to rural
counties. Bradford County will
receive nearly $684,000.
Union County will receive
more than $800,000.
Advertisement
The legislation was
primardry sponsored- in the
house b\ local Rep. Joe
Pickens and Rep. Don Brown
and cosponsored by many
others, including Rep. Aaron
Bean. On the Senate side,, the
bill was sponsored by Sen.
Cary Baker and cosponsored
by several others, including
local Sen. Rod Smith.
The bill was born three years
ago out of the realization that
rural counties were not
benefitting from Florida's,
economic boon, said Bradford
County Commissioner John
Cooper, ,who helped Chris
Doolin and the Small County
Coalition lobby for the bill. It
S..did not pass until this year.
Cooper said he used Union
County as his benchmark
'during the process, specifically
the per capital amount
generated by one mill of tax
le% ied in the county.. In Union
that amount is just $18.20 a
person per mill. In Bradford
Sit's $28.44. In a larger county
like Broward, with more than
1.7, million residents, it's
$76.57, and per capital millage
;in other larger and richer
counties is hundreds of dollars.


See BILL, p. 3A


Future Deputy...?


Fourth of

July

celebration

full of

activities

BY JAMES REDMOND
Times Staff Writer


Grant Wilson shows he's ready to be a deputy. Vehicles. "It was quite a hit with everyone, even the
Complete with uniform, Grant and more than 150 adults," Brown said. "The event had an extremely
children took part in the Union County Public, high turnout." For more about the program and
Library's summer program entitled Smorgasboard of pictures from the event, see page 6A.


There will be something for
everyone at, this year's Fourth
of July celebration.
Sponsored by the Lake
Butler Rotary Club, the
celebration will begin early
and continue into the late
evening. This year's first event.'
will kick-off before most
people even get out of bed.
Sign-ups for this year's Tom
Rymer Memorial fishing
tournament are going better
than ever according to event
coordinator David Andolevich.
The event will'be held on Lake
Butler with check-in beginning
at 4 a.m. 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
worth a $500 prize as well. For
more information, contact
Androlevich at (386) 496-
4853.,
As the fishing tournament is v,
wrapping up several other of
the days events will begin. An
antique car show will be orie of
the highlights -of the day.
Beginning at 10 a.m. cars from
all over North Central Florida
will roll into the Lake Butler
Community Center parking lot
to be judged and admired. The
show will run until 1 p.m.
Also beginning at 10 a.m.
will be the Florida Highway'
Patrol rollover simulator and
seatbelt convince
demonstrator. The rollover
simulator allows those brave
enough to try it, an idea of
what it feels like to be

See FOURTH, p. 8A


Crawford edges out Allen to win LB city council seat


BY JAMES REDMOND
STimes Start Writer
The race for the city of Lake,
Butler commission seat 4
came down to just 20 votes
June.27.
In what was a neck-and-neck
race during the entire counting
process, Ra\ Crawford edged
out Renae Allen 219-199 to
take the seat. The race was
hotly contested with both
candidates out campaigning
until the very last day. Both
made door-to-door visits as
well as public appearances to
win voter support.
; Vote, counting began just
after 7 p.m. As the votes from
the regular election were
counted it was hard to tell just
who was ahead. Tallies found


Crawford ahead of Allen 150-
133. It was clear the small
margin had both candidates
nervous.
'As absentee ballots were
counted, the race seemed to
grow tighter. It was once again
unclear who had come out
ahead in the count. When the
votes were tallied Crawford
had 69 votes to Allen's 66.
With only a 20 vote
difference, Supervisor of
Elections Barbara "Babs"
Montpetit informed Allen she
did have the right to have the
votes recounted. With little
hesitation, Allen said it was
not necessary and
acknowledged the loss. She
graciously shook hands with
Crawford and congradulated
him on his victory.


From the general voting
three ballots were disqualified.
and one was questioned. Two
of the ballots were disqualified
for having both candidates
marked. The other was thrown
out 'because no candidate was
marked.
The questionable ballot went

See SEAT, p. 3A



Right: Renae Allen
congradulates Ray
Crawford after both
learned that Crawford had
won city of Lake Butler
city council seat 4 bly just
20 votes.


For crirne, socials and editorials, see Regional News section. For sports, see Features and Sports section.

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Page 2A UNION COUNTY TIMES June 29, 2006


MOVE
Continued from p. 1A

the 911 mapping system as
well as the dispatch center at
the Union County Sheriff's
Office. All emergency calls are
routed through the center.
Parrish told commissioners
he would create a map that
showed exactly where the calls
for service were coming from.
He offered to shade the areas
where the most calls were
coming from.
.Parrish estimated that six out
of every 10 calls were coming
from the southwest section of
the county.
"That encompasses S.R. 238
west, the Groves area, C.R. 18
west, C.R. 791 as well as the
Worthington Springs area,"
Parrish said. "But for me to
tell you how many calls were
coming from each area at this
point, I'd be telling you
something that's not factual. I'd
rather wait and let the numbers
speak for themselves."
Jenkins' then asked Parrish
what the percentage for the
Lake Butler area was. He told
Parrish he believed the
percentage to be high.
"It was up until about three
years ago," Parrish said. "We
were running, probably I'd say,
75 percent of our calls in the
city limits or right .around
town, but in the past three
years we've seen a big shift."
Parrish went on to say that
the county received the grant
for the new station because the
numbers reflected the shift. He
-said Worthington Springs and
Providence were where EMS
was getting the largest volume
of calls. He said this is why he
had started informing the
board about the changes last
year.
"It takes us an average of 14
to 15 minutes to get to some of
these areas," Parrish said. "So
what we trying to do is do the
best for the most amount of
people. Right now, to
accomplish that, we need to
put a unit somewhere in the
southwest area of the county."
Parrish told the board in a
perfect world, the county
would have four rescue units
operating to cover the entire
county. He said because of
budget constraints he
understood that .was just not
possible.
"I kie'w this' w'as'g'ing t6obe
a little bit of a subject, but the
purpose behind it is to help
people," Parrish said.
mith asked if were possible
:to 'put a third rescue unit into
service as at this time. Parrish
told him not without an extra
$200,000-$300,000 in the
EMS budget.
-Cossey then questioned
Parrish about how prison calls
would be handled. Parrish said
the units would alternate the
calls as they came in.
The county has a contract
with the Florida Department of
Corrections to transport
prisoners to a medical facility
whenever medical staff deem it
necessary to do so. According
to Parrish, most of the
prisoners transported are taken
to Memorial Medical Center in
Jacksonville. The county
generates approximately $800
per call.
Parrish said he was also
worried that if the county did
not use the money, it faced
losing future grants.
"Here's what I don't want to.
I don't want to turn that money
Back in. I feel like we'll never
get. another grant if we do,"
Parrish said. "They gave out 11
rural grants this year and that
..... was it."
The discussion went on, with
several commissioners stating
their reasoning for wanting a
_.--ambulance in their district.
Parrish said he wanted the
commissioners to be informed
before making a final decision.
"I'd love for you guys to wait
and see what ihe map says,"
Parrish said. I'm not trying to
postpone it. Trust me I want to
get all 'this behind me and
move forward, but I want the
board to be informed on \ihati's
actually going on."
Commissioner Melaine
"Red" Clyatt then weighed in
on the discussion. He said he
did not believe that the county
spending money on a new
station was fiscally responsible


when they had one they could
get for free.
"There have been a lot of
discussions on it and I've done
a lot of thinking about it,"
Clyatt said. "I think we should
take Worthington Springs up"
on their offer."
Jenkins pointed out that
either way this idea was being
proposed, he did not feel like
the voters of his district were
being represented.
"I want Worthington to have
a rescue station," Jenkins said,
"but I also want Palestine and


my district to have the same
services as the rest of the
county. They're not getting it
if your going to locate stuff
like that."
A motion was made t table
the item until the board could
get more information o0 the
issue. A special meeting has
been set for Thursday, July 6,
at 6:30 p.m. to take up the
issue once again.

Motion passed to
purchase a new
rescue unit
At the same time Smith
announced the county had won
the grant for a new station, he
also informed commissioners
the county had gotten a grant
to purchase a new ambulance.
It will give the county $90,000
toward a new unit. The county
will have to put in at least
$10,000 as matching funds, but
Smith said he was sure it
would be more than that.
"The units we have looked at
are going to cost $112,000-
$120,000," Smith said.
A motion was approved, 5-0,
to go forward and accept the
grant. Parrish said the unit
would be ready four months
from the date the order was
placed with the supplier.
James Redmond can be
reached at (386) 496-2261 or
uctimes@alltel.net



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4-H looking
for unique
individuals
The Union County 4-H
program is looking for
individuals with unique
hobbies or areas of interest
that are willing to share
them with 4-H youth.
Individuals interested in
activities such as crafts,
scrapbooking, sewing,
cooking, ethics, table
setting, archery, fishing,
hunting, ecology or just the
love of the outdoors are
asked to share their interests
with Union County youth.
If you are interested in
sharing your knowledge and
experiences with 4-H youth,
contact Courtnie Douglas at
(386) 496-2321.

Baby shower
hosted for
crisis center
The ladies and friends of
the Lulu Community are
hosting a baby shower for
the Pregnancy Crisis Center
of Lake City on Monday
July 10, at the Lulu'
Community Center
beginning at 7 p.m.
Gifts brought to the
shower will be donated to
the center. The center is in
need of all items for
newborns to children two
years of age. Everyone is
invited.


Haven Hospice
appoints new


Sign-ups being administrator
accepted for Robert Wineberg has been
accepted for named the new administrator
fishing for Haven Hospice of the
Suwannee Valley area.
tournament Since 2003, Wineberg has
served as the administrator of
Sign-ups for this year's Haven Hospice in the Tri-
Tom Rymer Memorial Counties area.
fishing tournament to be "Bob brings a wealth of
held Tuesday, July 4, are experience and compassion to
* now being accepted, his new role as administrator
The event will be held on in the area," said Haven
Lake Butler with check-in Hospice Executive Director.
beginning at. 4 a.m. The Tim Bowen. "His knowledge
event will.begin at safe- of Haven Hospice and
light. Entry. fee is $40 and dedication to our mission will
contestants must use be an asset to the Suwannee
artificial bait. Valley region."
.Thea ,., .ll In" his '6ew1- position.
pay $1.000 to the winner Wineberg will!be charged .iih
Specially tagged bass will administrative responsibility
be worth a $500 prize as for all clinical issues and the
well. For more information, financial success of the team.
contact David Androlevich He will also manage human
at (386) 496-4853. resource functions and initiate
and develop community
relationships.
Hope Well Wineberg began serving
Haven Hospice as a chaplain
Church hosts in 2002. Prior to joining
d Haven, he served as a United
dinner States Air Force chaplain for
The Hope Well Church. of 23 years.
God by Faith will be hosting Wineberg is certified as' a
a barbecue chicken dinner Hospice Administrator and
sale on Saturday, July 1, also has four units of clinical
from noon-5 p.m. pastoral education. He holds a
The fundraising event will master's degree in divinity

be held at the church located along with a bachelor's degree
on C.R. 241. Dinners will be in philosophy and religion.


$6. Potato pies will also be
available for $6.
For more information,
contact Fannie Riggins at
(386) 496-2920.



Substitute
teacher
training set
Substitute teacher
orientation has been
scheduled for Wednesday,
Aug. 2, from 8:30 a.m.-2:30
p.m. It will take place in the
school board meeting room
located at the corner of Lake
Ave. and S.W. Sixth St.
Attendance of this
orientation is required if you
are planning to be. a
substitute teacher during the
2006-07 school year. If you
plan to attend, you are asked
to contact the school
district's personnel office by
July 31.
For more information or
to make reservations, call
(386) 496-2045, ext. 230 or
228.


Subscription Rate i1
$30,00 per year:
$16.00 six months
Outside Trade Area
$30,00 per year:
$16.00 six months


Energy
assistance
funds available
The Suwannee River
Economic Council has
announced the availability
of funds from the Florida
Department of Community.
Affairs for home energy
assistance and crisis energy
assistance through the Low
Income Home Energy
Assistance Program.
The program assists
eligible households in
paying for home heating and
cooling costs. Participants
must meet income
guidelines and provide
proof of income and an
energy obligation.
Applications are available
at the SREC outreach, center
located at 855 S.W. Sixth
Ave. in. Lake Butler. For
more information or to
make an appointment,- call
(386) 496-2342.


Advertising and
Newspaper Prod.
Classified Adv.
Bookkeeping:


LCCC
announces
President's and
VP list
Lake City Community
College recently announced
those students that made the
President's List and Vice-
President's List for spring 2006
semester.
Students on the President's
List had a grade point average
of 4.0. Those on the Vice-
President's list obtained a GPA
of 3.5 or higher and had a C or
above in all courses taken.
Those students from Union
County are listed below.
President's List:
Whitney Suzanne Worthington
Vice-Presidnet's List:
Bela Bhatt, Richard Randall


Carson. Amanda Crawford,
Jelucia Anine Gray, Edwina
Kathleen McQueen, Crystal
Marie Rainey and Carrie Arin
Thompson.

4-H looking to
form county
council
The Union County 4-H
Club is looking to form a
county council. The council
is looking for club officers
that will be 13 years of age
by Sept. 1.
County council officers
will represent Union County
at the district and state
levels, participate in the
planing of workshops, day
camps and club special
interest areas.
For more information,
contact Courtnie Douglas or
Diana Smith at (386) 496-
2321 for an application.


Lilly completes Institute Leadership Program
Ron Lilly, president and CEO network of idea sharing. Through Certified Association Executive
of NFRCC, recently completed a combination of required courses (CAE) designations. Nearly 1,500
Institute for Organization and electives, students not only individuals attend Institute
Management, an intensive week- enhance their own organizational annually.
long nonprofit leadership training management skills but add new The U.S. Chamber of
program held June 18-22, at the fuel to their organizations, making- Commerce is the world's largest
University of Georgia in Athens. them run more efficiently and business federation representing
The industry leader in nonprofit effectively. more than three .million-
education, Institute is.a four year. Graduates of Institute receive businesses and organizations of
program, held at five sites each the IOM recognition, signifying,.every size, sector, and region.
year-four in the summer and one completion of more than 90 hours
in the winter. Most participants of nonprofit study and dedication For information, contact the
attend the one-week sessions at to the nonprofit profession. In Institute at 202-463-5570; 1615 H
the same site each year, building addition, participants can earn Street, .NW, Washington, D.C
valuable relationships with others points, toward the Certified 20062-2000;
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From the City of Starke
Mayor Steve Futch
Commissioner Wilbur Waters
Commissioner Tommy Chastain
Commissioner Larry Davis
Commissioner Carolyn Spooner
City Clerk Linda Johns,
Project Director Ricky Thompson
"Hot Wing"
Police chief Gordon Smith

Cakes and Catering by Chrissy
Chrissy Allen
Ricky Thompson
Roy and Janet Nazworth
Jason Thompson
Shirley Pilgrim
Nancy Frankes
Erica Anderson
Ken Sauer

American Dream Realty
Charlene Gathright
Susan Faulkner O'Neal
Jessica Lam-Kuo
Lauren O'Neal
Jessica Carter
Michelle Almand
Jesse Gathright
Amanda Gathright
Char Gathright
Danny Gathright
Aaron Gathright

Coldwell Banker-Smith & Smith
Tom Smith
Kevin Miller
Rusty Greek

Southern Professional Title
Kay Waters
Wilbur Waters
Darlene Lugin
Margaret Bennet
Holly Reed


Leslie Synder
Linda Voiles
Debi Long
Rochelle Smith
Hayley Voss
Derrick Voss


Beck Chrysler Dodge Jeep
Kevin Campbell
John Geskie

Lake Region Community Theater
Nancy Alvarez
Tammy Curtis
Darlene Embleton
Pat Shoup
Matthew Eunnis
Buzz Dyal

Main Street Starke, Inc.
Cheryl Canova
Jacquelyn Totura
County Commissioner John Cooper
Amanda Cooper
John Miller
Kathy Pitts
Virginia Daugherty
Janet Stephens :
Bobby Fitzsimmons
Patty & Maxie Norton
Linda Hardenbrook.
Linda Hicks
Carol Berry
Cindy Futch
Elise NesSmith
Monterey Wasdin

North Florida Regional Chamber of
Commerce
Ron Lilly
Pam Whittle
Amber Falkel

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Library
hosting
summer
programs
The Union County Public
Library is hosting a series of
summer programs every
Thursday throughout the
summer. Programs begin at
10a.m.
For more information, call
(386) 496-3432.
4-H looking
for volunteers
The Union County 4-H
Club is looking for
volunteers to lead activities
during its first ever Clover
Bud Day. Those 12 and
older who are interested in
working with children 5-7
are invited to apply.
For more information,
contact Courtnie Douglas at
(386) 496-2321.


I


Cl.





June 29, 2006 UNION COUNTY TIMES Page 3A


SEAT
Continued from p. 1A

to Crawford. City Attorney
John Maines, who read each
vote aloud, questioned a stray
mark on the ballot. Montpetit
looked over the ballot and
declared it a vote for
Crawford. Neither candidate
questioned the validity of the
decision.
The election process was a
unique one for Florida. In a
state that mandates elections
use machines to count the
votes, Montpetit found a way
to use paper ballots. According
to Montpetit, the city's charter
allows for paper ballots and
she took advantage of it.
"I talked to the supervisor of
elections in Tallahassee and at
first was told we would have to
use machines," Montpetit said.
"I made a second phone call
and informed them the charter
allowed the use of paper
ballots. I got a ruling from
their attorney to go ahead with
paper ballots."
She estimated that had her
office been forced to use
machines, it would have cost
more than $6,000 to hold the
election. Using papers ballots
she said it cost less than
$2,000.
Crawford will take over the
seat Lynn Bishop gave up.
Bishop held the seat for two
terms before retiring, citing an
increased work load with her
new responsibilities as
principal at Lake Butler
Elementary School. She said
she also wanted to see more of
her grandchildren.
Crawford will take office
one week later than normal due
to the Fourth of July holiday.
It falls on a Tuesday this year,
and the city council voted to
move July's meeting forward
one week to Monday, July 17.
James Redmond can be
reached at (386) 496-2261 or
uctimes@alltel.net


BILL
Continued from p. 1A
For further comparison, the
value of one mill in Union
County is $186,467. In
Bradford, it's $674,446. In
Dade, one mi'll'of taxation'
bri.ngsthe county more .than
$176 million. "
According to Cooper, small
counties are all but forced to
raise millage to the 10 mill cap
to raise the revenue needed to
provide services.
The greatest amount of
funding by the Fiscally
Constrained County Bill is
given to the poorest counties as
the formula is based on taxable
values in each county arid the
millage rate levied there.
"it's a huge impact to the
smallest of counties," Cooper
said. "I can just tell you from
this. county commissioner,
that's one way we can provide
some additional services like
EMS and things like that, but
we can also perhaps do a little
bit of a tax rollback."
A total of $17 million was
set aside by the Legislature to
fund relief to small counties. It
may not seem like a huge
amount of money, Cooper
said, but $800,000,to Union
County is "life and death to
them."
The legislation provides for
this to be a recurring source of
revenue to fiscally constrained
counties, although the
communication services tax on
direct' broadcast satellites
wasn't the original source of
thd revenue. It was originally
to come from the state's
general revenues since so
much more sales tax revenue
goes to larger counties, but the
bill was changed in the Senate
and sent back to the House.
That means some cities and


counties will receive less in
communication tax revenue
than they would have if the
governor hadn't signed the
Fiscally Constrained County
Bill, Cooper said. But, since
that tax is a "huge" growth
fund, those same governments
are still getting more from the
communication services tax
than they have in the past.
Originally estimated to bring
in $5 million annually, the tax
now brings in $53 million and
continues to grow at 17 to 18
percent each year Cooper said.
"The plus side of that is that
is we took the money this year
from other cities and counties,
but because of the growth
factor, no city or county is
going to receive less money
than they received last year.
They're all going to get more,"
Cooper said.
There will likely be an effort
to move the funding source
back to general revenue.
According to Cooper, Pickens
said it would be the first bill he
proposes next year so the
money doesn't continue to
come out of the pockets of
other cities and counties.
Cooper said he and other
were sitting in the gallery the
day the bill passed.
"It was a big day for us," he
said.
In all, it was a big day for 30
small Florida counties.


June is National
Homeownership
month
Ensuring that all people,
including families, elderly and
disabled residents, living in
rural communities have
affordable and safe housing
has been a top priority of
USDA Rural Development for
more than 70 years.
June is National
Homeownership Month a
time to reflect on the important
role homeownership plays in
American society, especially in
rural America. For many of us,
being able to go to sleep each
night in a safe and comfortable
home is something we take for
granted. However, this is not
the case .for many rural
Americans. '
Homeownership is a
bedrock of the American
economy, helping to increase
jobs. boost demand for goods
.and .. ser\ ices and .. build.
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housing for rural residents,
economic development will
struggle to succeed. While this
development can mean so
many things, at its foundation
is a community's ability to
provide its residents with
decent, safe and affordable
housing.
So far this year, Rural
Development has invested $1.7
billion nationwide to help
more than 21,000 families buy
a home. This investment is
part of the reason the
homeownership rate for non-
metropolitan areas is 76.1-
percent compared to 68.8-
percent nationwide.
Rural Development's
housing programs finance new
or improved housing with no
down payment and at
favorable rates and terms for
low- to moderate-income
families and individuals who
wish to live in rural areas or
communities. Both guaranteed
and direct homeownership
loans are offered. Under the
direct loan program,
individuals or families receive
a loan directly from Rural
Development. Guaranteed
loans are made by other
lenders, such as banks or credit
unions, and are guaranteed by
our agency.
One of the most exciting
housing programs offered by
Rural Development is Self-
Help housing. Participants,
organized in groups of six to
10 families, utilize their own
labor to reduce the total
construction costs of their
homes. These families not only
build their own homes, but
create tight-knit communities
as they complete their homes
together.
Rural Development funds
nonprofit groups who carry out
local Self-Help housing
programs, pay salaries,
administrative expenses, and
even costs of purchasing of
essential equipment such as
power tools for the families to
use.
In addition to helping with
homeownership, we also have
loans and grants available to
help low-income families and
the elderly make needed house
repairs so that they can remain
in their own home. Rural
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afid to helping'as many


Lake Butler Masonic Lodge bestows EA degrees


On May 17, the Lake Butler Masonic Lodge hosted and entered apprentice degree for
Keith Lex Kirby, Kevin Lance Kirby and Aaron Wesley Dehart. Jeff Wood, the
Worshipful Master of Pine Hill Lodge No. 9, served as the Worshipful Master for the
degree ceremony. Worshipful Mike Nolan of Middleburg Lodge No. 107 gave the
lecture. The officers and members present for the degree ceremony were (first row,
I-r) Gary Ranard, Aaron Dehart, (second row) Keith Kirby, Jeff Wood Sr., Kevin
Kirby, Tom Adams, (third row) Colin Coody, Jeff Wood Jr., George Barber, Leaman
Alvarez, Ted Barber and Bruce Kirby.


County meets
third Monday
of every
month
The Union County Board
of County Commissioners
meets on the third Monday
of each month in the
commission chambers
located inside the Union
County Courthouse.
Meetings begin at 7 p.m.
For more information, canr
(386) 496-4241.


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knife and rootpuller, but
guiding, instructive,
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True enjoyment comes
from activity of the mind
and exercise of the body;
the two are ever united.
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character and destiny in the
young begin with home
environment and outside
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Local areas promise food, fun and fireworks on July 4th


Whether its Bradford, Union
or the Keystone Heights area,
there are plenty of festivities
planned for the Fourth of July.
The activities for the
surrounding areas are as
follows:
Bradford County:
X The Bradford County
fireworks show will begin at
dark at the Bradford County
"Fairgrounds on Tuesday,
July 4.
Building 3 will open at
7 p.m., and the Bradford
County Sheriff's Office will
be distributing a lot of
information that could make
you and your family safer.
Bring a blanket or lawn
chair, settle in and enjoy a
fireworks spectacle set to
patriotic music. The Kiwanis
Club. of Starke will be there
selling refreshments,
including hot dogs.
Ray Hunt and Sherri
Sheppard from the sheriff's
office are in charge of
coordinating the event,
according to Sheriff Bob
Milner.
Milner is funding the
fireworks with money from
donations to a community
service account and
forfeiture funds surrendered
by defendants or
subsequently awarded by the
courts when defendants are
convicted. The convictions
primarily involved drug
charges.
"It's dope money going
up in smoke," Milner said of
the funding for the
fireworks. ..
"-. -a- aesu lt rn tax
dollars are paying for this
year's event.
Safety information
available to the public will
include everything fromr-
vehicle, personal, home and
business safety 'to fire
prevention.
The fair association has
donated the use of its
facilities for the event.
Keystone Heights:
Our Couritry Day, Keystone
Heights' annual celebration of
the Fourth of July, salutes the
founding fathers.;'and their
vision of freedom as found in
thie United States'Constitution. '--
The theme of this year's
festival is "Freedom!"
Amerrcans enjoy five
inalienable rights defined in
the First Amendment of the
Constitution:. freedom of
speech, religion, the press, to
assemble and to petition for
redress of grievances.
Saturday. July 1 The
annual street dance gets the
party 'started with The
What's Next Band playing
from 8 p.m. until midnight.
The dance will be held in the
parking lot of Keystone
S Village Shopping Plaza on


S.R. 100. The event is free
and open to the public.
Tuesday, July 4 A full
slate of events and activities
are scheduled throughout the
day, leading up to a
spectacular fireworks
display at dusk.
At 7:30 a.m.,
registration will begin for
the volleyball tournament at
Keystone Beach.
An arts and crafts fair
with food vendors will be in
the theme park next to city
hall from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.
The ever-popular baby
crawl races in at 10 a.m. in
the theme park. Registration
for the crawl is taken the day
of the event.
Musical duo Keith
Peters and Joe Loper will
perform in the theme park
from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m.
Better Daze, a 1960s-driven
band, will perform from 2-5
p.m. WEAG 106.3
broadcasts live each year
from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. in
front of city hall.
The parade begins at 11
a.m. down South Lawrence
Boulevard. Zany clowns,
.patriotic floats and sweet
treats will make up
Keystone's big slice of
American pie.
The Keystone Heights
Volunteer Fire Department
opens its doors to the public
at noon with demonstrations.
It also provides wet relief
from the heat in a swimming
tank. Kids are welcome to
bring a bathing suit and.
jump in to cool off. The fire
station is located on
Flamingo Street.
Bring a canine
companion to the "Top Dog".
contest at 1 p.m., located at
the gazebo in the Natural
Park, to find out what award
your pet could win.
Also at I p.m., a
memorial service will be
held in the Keystone
Cemetery.
The Keystone Heights
Jaycees and Our Country
Day Inc. will sell fried fish,
beans and coleslaw for $5 a
plate on Keystone Beach
starting at 4 ,pfrn. Proc.eeds-'
from, dinner .s.aies benefit
next year's celebration.
Things get hot ,with a
second performance by The
.What's Next Band at
Keystone Beach from 6-10
p'.m., :and :weather
permitting, at dusk the
celebration ends with a
bigger and better
pyrotechnical showcase of
patriotic fantasy.
Our Country Day 2006,
is sponsored by the city of.
Keystone Heights and Our
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Union County:
There will be something for
everyone at Union County's
Fourth of July celebration.
Sponsored by the Lake
Butler Rotary Club, the
celebration will begin early
and continue into the late
evening. This year's first event
will kick off before most
people even get out of bed.
Sign-ups for this year's
Tom Rymer Memorial
Fishing Tournament are
going better than ever,
according ., to event
coordinator David
Androlevich.
The event will be held
on Lake Butler Lake, with
check-in beginning at 4 a.m.
The event will begin at safe
light. The 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
worth a $500 prize, as well.
For more information,
contact Androlevich at (386)
496-4853.
0 An antique car show will
be one of the highlights of
the day. Beginning at 10
a.m., cars from all over
North Central Florida will
roll into the Lake Butler
community center parking
lot to be judged and admired.
The show will run until 1
p.m.
Also beginning at 10
a.m. will be the Florida
Highway Patrol rollover
simulator and seatbelt
convince demonstrator. The
rollover simulator allows
those brave enough to try it
an idea of what it feels like
to be involved in a rollover
accident. Passengers are
strapped into the seat and are
turned over and over.
The seatbelt convince
allows participants to feel 'the
impact of a five -mile per
hour craslf. They are
strapped into a seat with a
normal seatbelt. The seat
travels down a track where it
is stopped, simulating an
accident.
One area of interest for
the young ones will be a
.bounce village containing
numerous bounce houses,
including a princess and
Superman-themed house.
The village will open at 10


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Property Appraiser
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Clerk of Courts


a.m. at the community
center.
N From 3-7 p.m. a petting
zoo will be available for
children of all ages to come
and pet their favorite farm
animals.
At 5 p.m. a ski show
will be held on Lake Butler
Lake.
N At 7 p.m., a 1-mile fun
run will take place. At 7:30
p.m., a 5K run through the
streets of Lake Butler will
kick off.
The day ends with a
fireworks display at dusk.
Along with all the scheduled
events, there will be things.
happening throughout the day.
Richard and Dale Tillis will
provide karaoke fun in the
pavilion in front of the
community center. There will
be a variety of games, crafts
and events for children.
For more information about
any of the events, call (386)
496-3401.


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Tax Collector
BABS R. MONTPETIT
Supervisor of Elections
Honorable DAVID L. REIMAN
County Judge


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Fourth of July

Schedule of Events


Fishing Tournament
On Lake Butler, 4:00 a.m.
registration.

Car Show
Lakeside Park Pavillion,
a.m.-1 p.m.

FHP Displays
Lake Butler Commnuity
Center, 10 a.m.

Petting Zoo
Lake Butler Communtiy
Center, 3 p.m.-7 p.m.

Live Music
by Richard and Dale Tillis
Karoake... throughout the
day.

Ski Show
On Lake Butler, 5 p.m.


One-mile fun run
7 p.m, free

5K run
7:30 p:m,.$10 entry fee

Bounce House Pavillion
throughout the day, $1 per
house or $10 all day.

Food
throughout the day, cotton
candy, pig on a stick, choco-
late covered bannas and
more.

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Library program shows off all types of vehicles


The Union County Public
Library hosted a bevy of big
vehicles for a program entitled
Smorgasbord of Vehicles June
22.
More than 150 people
showed up to see Mack trucks,
police and emergency vehicles
and personal cars and trucks.
Children of all ages got to use
some of the equipment on the
vehicles. Many children
enjoyed blowing the siren on
the Union County Sheriff's
Office patrol car. Others used
all the air to blow the air horn'
on the Pritchett Trucking
truck.
One of the highlights of the
day was a hydralic stretcher
brought in by the Union
County Emergency Medical
Services Department. While
personnel used the device to
raise and lower sick people
with literally no effort, on this
day personnel used it to give
children a ride.
Library Director Mary
Brown said she wished to
thank all the companies that
brought vehicles for the event.
They included: Union County,
EMS, Beverly Whitlock,
Florida Division of Forestry,
Pritchett Trucking, Union
County Sheriff's Department,
Soggy Bottom Boys, Starke.
Armory, the city of Lake
Butler, North Florida
Equipment Rental and Butler
Townhouses for donating their
time and vehicles for the
program.
The library's next program
is Mix It and Beat It at Lake
Butler Elementary School,
Thursday, June 29, at 10 a.m.


Cody Gainey gets an idea of what it feels like to ride a Mikhail Lobatos and Dalton Kilter try their hand at the


police motorcycle.


skid/steer loader.


Emergency Management Director Doug York shows Henry Caine, Kevin Schlipf and
Renee Husey some of the many features of the department's mobile command post.


Anthony Hulsey pretends
he's pulling someone over
using the siren in a Union
County Sheriff's Office
cruiser.


Cise Croft takes a look an
Army Humvee.


Celestial
Fireworks for
the 4th?
It's hurricane season jin
Florida from June through
November, every year. An
individual hurricane on Earth
terrorizes us for weeks with
winds from 74. to about 150
mph.
On Jupiter,, hurricane
"season" never ends-the giant
planet has one hurricane which
has lasted for 342 years with
350 rriph winds!- And a second
smaller hurricane has lasted. for
six years, also ,with 350 mph
winds. The first storm, called
the Great Red Spot because of
its large size and distinctive
reddish color, is the longest-.
lived cyclonic.,storm on Jupiter
'that Earth astronomers have
observed. I
You can see the celestial
fireworks first-hand at Santa
Fe Community College from 9,
p.m. to midnight Tuesday, July
4. Telescopes will be set up in
the parking lot next to the
SFCC Police Station. 3000
NW 83 St. Free color images
of the Great Red Spot and Red
Jr. will be available to
observers, and Astronomy
Professor Sally Hoffman will
be on hand to answer
questions.
Call Sally Hoffman at 395-
5354 for further information.


Hannah Hicks takes a ride in a hydralic stretcher.
Paramedic Heath Scmidt raises her up.


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SUMMER LIBRARY PROGRAM
at Union County Public Library

Thursday, June 29 10 a.m.
"Mix It & Beat It at LB Elementary School"
No program during July 4 week.
Visit us at the library for some good books!
Thursday, July 13 -10 a.m.
"Snake Soup at LB Elementary School"

Programs are for school aged children. For more information call
the Union Co. Public Library at 496-3432.
Sponsored by New River Public Library Cooperative and Union
Co. Public Library Dial a Story 496-2542


LEGALS
CIRCUIT COURT FOR THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR UNION COUNTY,
FLORIDA
Case No. 63-2003-0050
JAMES M. COCHRANE,
SUCCESSOR TRUSTEE OF TITLE
HOLDING TRUST AGREEMENT
DATED 4/15/99;
Plaintiff,
vs
CHARLES CAPRILOZZI and
SHARON CAPRILOZZI, his wife;
Defendants.
NOTICE OF SALE
Notice is hereby given that pursuant
to a Summary Judgment of
Foreclosure dated August 25, 2004, in
Case No. 63-2003-CA-0050 of the
Circuit Court of the Eighth Judicial,
Circuit, in and for Union County,
Florida, in which JAMES M.
COCHRANE, SUCCESSOR
TRUSTEE OF THE HOLDING
TRUST AGREEMENT DATED
4/15/99 is the Plaintiff and CHARLES
CAPRILOZZI and SHARON
CAPRILOZZI, his wife are the
Defendants, I will sell to the highest
and best bidder for cash on the front.
steps of the Union County
Courthouse in Lake Butler, Union
County, Florida, at 11:00 A.M. or
shortly thereafter, on July 20, 2006,
the following described property set
forth in the Summary Judgment of
Foreclosure:
The South 69 feet of Lots 12 and 13,
Block 1, and the East 9 feet of the
South 69 feet of the East Halt-of Lot'
"1, Block 1, ol Worthington Springs,
Florida, as per plat thereof recorded
in Plat Book 1, Page 14, Public


Records of Union County, Florida.
DATED this 23rd day of June, 2006.
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
By: Julia Croft
Deputy Clerk
6/29 2tchg. 7/6
NOTICE OF FISCAL YEAR
2006 COMMUNITY
DEVELOPMENT BLOCK
GRANT APPLICATION FIRST
PUBLIC HEARING
The Town of Worthington Springs is
considering applying to the Florida
Department of Community
Development Block Grant of up to
$60,000. These funds must be used
for one of the following purposes:
1. To benefit low- and moderate-
income persons; or
2. To aid in the prevention or
elimination of slums or blight; or
3. To meet other community
development needs having a
particular urgency because existing
conditions pose a serious and
immediate threat to the health or
welfare of the community and where
other financial resources are not
available to meet such needs.
The category of activities for which
these funds may be used are in the
areas of housing, neighborhood
revitalization, commercial
revitalization, or economic
development and include such
improvement activities as acquisition
of real property, rehabilitation of
houses and commercial buildings,
code improvement activities, and
construction of infrastructure,
including water and sewer
improvement, and drainage and
neighborhood facilities. Additional
information concerning the range of
activities that may be undertaken will
be provided at the public hearing.
At least 70% of the funds must be
proposed to be spent on activities that
benefit low- and moderate-income
persons.
In developing an application for
submission to the Department, the
applying local government must plan
to minimize displacement of persons
as a result of planned Community
Development Block Grant activities.
In addition, the applying local
government is required to develop a
plah to assist displaced persons.
A public hearing to receive citizen
Views concerning housing,
community development and
economic development needs will be
held at the Fire Station located at
3646 SW State Road 121,
Worthington Springs, Florida on July
5, 2006 at 11:30 a.m., or as soon
thereafter as the matter can be heard.
To obtain additional information
concerning the public hearing contact
John Rimes, Towrr Council
President, at (386) 496-8440.
The public hearing is being conducted
in a handicapped accessible location.
Any handicapped person requiring an
interpreter for the hearing impaired or
the visually impaired should,contact
Ms. Johns at least five calendar days
prior to the meeting and an interpreter
will be provided. Any non-English
speaking person wishing to attend the
public hearing should also contact
John Rimes at least five calendar
days prior to public hearing and a
language interpreter will be provided.
Any handicapped person requiring
special accommodation at this
meeting should contact John Rimes
at least five calendar days prior to the
public hearing.
A'FAIR HOUSING/EQUAL
OPPORTUNITY/HANDICAPPED
ACCESSIBLE JURISDICTION
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Brooks Black and Kevin Schlipf find out what Paramedic
Rob Koch uses different items in the back of an
ambulance for.


Mark Hamlin and Wilco Warren, from the Florida
Division of Forestry explain exactly how they use the
tractor/plow on the back of their transport to put out
forest and brush fires.


Jared Philbrick anj Jason Hendrick take a look inside a
Pritchett Trucking truck.


Above is a photo of a
Larra wasp stinging a
mole cricket and laying its
eggs.


Mole cricket
hunting wasps
established in
Union County?


BY JACQUE BREMAN
UC Extension Director
The Union County
Extension Office is
cooperating with Dr. J Howard
Frank and Dr. Richard
Sprenkel, entomologists at the
University of Florida, in a
project that involves mole
cricket hunter wasps.
Larra wasps -(also. called.
mole cricket hunters) were
released throughout the state of
Florida. This year,. an
ambitious project was started
to see if the Larra wasp could
be identified in each of the
counties of the state..
Entomologists didn't know
if the tropical wasp cotild
survive the winter in Florida.
If it can survive, they can
become a permanent bio-


control ot mole crickets.
Mole crickets destroy
thousands of acres of
bahiagrass pastures in Florida
every year. A natural parasite,
such as the Larra wasp, would
be an ideal biological control
which would benefit farmers-
and homeowners alike.
Adult wasps feed on the
nectar of certain flowers. They
then sting and lay eggs in mole
crickets. Shrubby False
Buttonweed (Spermacoce
verticillata) is one of the Larra
wasps favorite flowers. The
University of Florida IFAS
Extension Service specialists
grew hundreds of false
buttonweed plants and
distributed 20 plants to each
county in the state.
This summer the extension
office will be using sweep nets
to catch wasps feeding on the
plant's nectar and mailing
trapped wasps to the specialists
for positive identification for
the precise species.
By checking buttonweed
plantings daily and catching
wasps, the researchers hope to
be part of the statewide effort
in mapping the range and
survival of this potentially
important beneficial wasp.
More information about the
Larra wasp is available at the
University of Florida IFAS
Extension Web *site:-
edis.ifas.ufl.edu/IN451
For additional mole cricket
management information in
pastures and lawns, contact the
Union County Extension
Office at (386) 496-2321.


The hardest thing in the
world to understand is
income tax.
-Albert Einstein
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The parking lot of the Union County Public Library was
filled with a variety of vehicles for kids young and old to
explore.


The guys from the Soggy Bottom Boys race team
brought o'ut one of its monster trucks for everyone to
explore.


Sam and Zoie Whitlock get ready for a ride in a sidecar
with Lee Whitlock at the wheel.


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Thursday, June 22 10 a.m.
"Smorgasbord of Vehicles at Union Co.
Public Library"
Thursday, June 29 10 a.m.
"Mix It & Beat It at LB Elementary School"

Programs are for school aged children. For more information call
the Union Co. Public Library at 496-3432.

: Spon}snor'._hB N Jeviverji.yhlic Library Cooperative and Union
Co. Public Library Dial a Story 496-2542


Hannah Hicks gets a chance to fire up the Army
National Guard Humvee on display from Starke.
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Gratitude is not only the.
greatest of virtues, but the
parent of all others.
-Cicero


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government consists in the
art of being honest.
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involved in a rollover accident.
Passengers are strapped into
seat and are turned over and
over.
The seatbelt convince
allows participants to feel the
impact of a five mile per hour
crash. They are strapped into a
seat with a normal seatbelt.
The seat travels down a track-
where it is stopped, simulating
an accident.
"From 3-7 p.m. a petting zoo
will be available for children
of all ages to come and pet
their favorite farm animal. At 5
p.m. a ski show will be held on
Lake Butler. At 7 p.m. a one-
mile fun run will take place.
All. these events are free of
charge.
At 7:30 p.m., a 5K run
through the streets of Lake
Butler will kick off. Entry fee
for the race is $10.
The day ends with a
fireworks display at dusk.
Along with all the scheduled
events, there will be things
happening throughout the day.
Richard and Dale Tillis will.
provide karoake fun in the
pavillion in front -of the
community center. There will
be a variety of games, crafts
anrd events for children.
One area of interest for the
young ones will be a bounce
village containing numerous
bounce houses including a
Princess, Sponge Squarepants,
and Superman themed house.
The village will open at 10
a.m. Kids can try out each
house for a $1 or get an all day
pass for $10.
For more information about
any of the events, call (386)
496-3401.
James Redmond can be
reached at (386) 496-2261 or
uctimes@alltel.net.


..Honesty of thought and
speech and written word is
a jewel, and they who curb
prejudice and seek
honorably to know and
speak the truth are the only
builders of a better life.
-John Galsworthy


LakeButler Rotary Club installs

officers for 2006-07


On June 27, the Lake
Butler Rotary Club
installed its officers for
the 2006-07 year. Past
President, the Honorable
Judge David Reiman
preceded over the
ceremony and officially
gave the oath of office to
each officer. Since the
club promotes its officers
from within, many of them
were just moving up the
ladder. This year's
President, Chuck Odom,
was last year's vice-
president.
Top: Chuck Odom takes
the oath of office from
David Reiman.
Middle: lim Giebeig,
Rusty Wade and Jennie
Reed take the oath of
office from David Reiman.
Bottom: The new
officers for the 2006-07
year are treasurer, Tim
Giebeig, secretary, Rusty
Wade, President Elect
Jennie Reed, President
Chuck Oden and David
Reiman.


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Florida Farmers' Market
Nutrition Program






Spring Farmers' Market Update


BY JACQUE BREMAN
UC Extension Director


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variety of produce available at
the Union County Farmers'.
Market.
Locally grown Irish
potatoes, peppers, cucumbers,
cantaloupe, squash and
watermelon were just some of
the items available. Customers
are encouraged to use their
Farmers Market Nutrition
Program and Elder Care
coupons during the remaining
Saturday through July. Use.
those coupons, don't let them
go to waste. Most of the
farmers at the market are
certified to accept the coupons.
Produce supply and variety
have been consistent. This has
been one of the best seasons
for farmers selling at the
market. Plan to buy your
produce on Sattrday, July 1, at
the Union County Farmers'
Market.
The Farmers' Market
Nutrition Program is
administered through a
Federal/State partnership in
which the Food and Nutrition
Service provides cash grants to
State agencies. The Farmers'
Market Nutrition Program is
administered b', state agencies:
such as state agriculture
departments or health
departments or Indian tribal
organizations. State agencies
develop plans to operate the
program that are approved by
FNS.
Eligible participants are
issued Farmer's Market
Nutrition Program coupons.
These coupons can be used to
but fresh, unprepared fruits.


vegetables and herbs from
farmers, farmers' markets or
roadside stands that have been
approved by the state agency
to accept Farmers' Market
Nutrition Program coupons.
The federal food benefit level
for Farmers' Market Nutrition
Program recipients may not be
less than $10 and no more than
$30 per year, per recipient.
However, state agencies may-
supplement the benefit level.
The farmers, farmers' markets
or roadside stands then submit
the coupons to the bank or
State agency for
reimbursement.
Nutrition education is
provided to program recipients
by the state agency, often
through an arrangement with
the local program ,agency.
Other educators and program
partners maN pro% ide nutrition
education and/or educational
information to program
recipients.
For example, cooperative
extension programs, local
chefs, .farmers or farmer's
markets associations and
various other nonprofit or for-
profit organizations- may
provide nutrition education to
program recipients. These
educational arrangements help
to encourage program
recipients to improve and
expand their diets by adding
fresh fruits and vegetables, as
well as educate them on how
to select, store and prepare the
fresh frutts and vegetables they
buy with their program
coupons.
For more information about
the program, contact the Union
Counts Extension Office at
(386, 496-2321.


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Site n-ibegins at 4 am


KID'S BouNCING VILLAGE
Including Princess and Superman castles
Beginning at 11 am


7PM'

SK RUN
7:30 pm


Celebration sponsored by Lake Butler Rotary
Event Sponsors:
Union County Board of Commissioners. CIa) of Lake Butler. Spires IGA. NAPA Aulomoli e Parts & Equipment, Secur-Tel. Stan Wilkinson Photograph.. Butler Towne Homes. Builer Seafood and Gille. Spence
Suppl) Company. Community State Bank. Jackson Building Suppl). Lake Buller Farm Center, Tom Jenkins Elecincal. Roberts Land and Timber. Union Trucklng. Union Power Equipment. Douglass Equipment,
Howard's Auto Parts. Mercantile Bank. Shano Healing and Air, Macclenny Optcal. North Flonda Equipment Rentals, Archer Funeral Home. Intersiate Suppl) Company. Gear and Wheel Mobile Repair. Cowart
Company DBA, LPG Mechanical Contractors. Sniffen Law Firm, Perkins Enterpnses. First Street Music. Kahrs Commercial S. stems. Crie% ron L \ Heirs. Inc Don Reed Construction. Rusty Wade, PA.
Pem McGriff State Farm. Nenewv -It Construction. Value-Added Sales. Sandra Gass. CPA
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News from Bradford Counrty, Union County and the Lake Region area



Original Bradford Take Stock participants graduate


BY MARCIA MILLER
Telegraph Staff Writer
Bradford County's Take
Stock in Children program
passed a big milestone inrJune-
when the first five student
participants graduated from
Bradford High School with full
college scholarships in hand.
There are 17 more program
participants waiting in the
wings for their graduation.
And now five additional
participants will be chosen.
Brittany Bolton, Harold
English, Elizabeth Fox,
Racquel Green and Elijah
Hamilton began earning their
scholarships in middle school.
They walked off the football'T
field after graduation with a
Florida Prepaid College



IN SERVICE


Matthew Mark Myers


Scholarship in thd ir
possession.
On June 8, the five were
honored at a banquet at the
Stake Golf and Country Club


where other participants,
program mentors, family and
friends were in attendance.
Take Stock is a program that
is aimed at helping low-


income young people earn
scholarships to attend college.
Program participants sign a
contract saying they will stay
in school, earn good grades


and stay out of trouble. In
return, they get four years of
free tuition at a Florida college
or university.
In order to help ensure that


participants can meet the terms
of the contract, each one is
provided with an adult role
See STOCK, p. 6B


Myers
completes

basic training,
Matthew Mark Myers
recently- completed basic
airman training for the United
States Air Force in San
Antonio, Texas.
Atchison is the son of Jody
Atchison Lockamy of Atlanta
and is the grandson of Lou-and__
Dolores Atchison of Kingsley
Lake. -.

.Army National Guard
Pvt. David J. Lane has
graduated from basic combat
training at Fort Jackson in
Columbia, S.C.
During the nine weeks of
training, the soldier studied the
Army mission, history,
tradition and core values,
physical fitness, and received
instruction and practice in basic
combat skills, military
weapons, chemical warfare and.
bayonet training, drill and
ceremony, marching, rifle
marksmanship, armed and
unarmed combat, map reading,
field tactics, military courtesy,
military justice system, basic
first aid, foot marches, and field
training exercises.
The son of Denise Lane
Denton of Keystone Heights,
Lane is a 2005 graduate of
Orange Park High School.


BC Extension
Office will
host urban
forests camp
The Bradford County
Extension Office is offering a
4-H day camp on urban forests
Tuesday-Thursday, July 25-27,
from 9 a.m.-l p:m.
Participants in this camp will
learn about the benefits we get
from having urban forest
communities. How urban
forests improve air and water
i .quality, prevent soil erosion
Sand provide wildlife habitat
' will be taught using hands-on
teaching methods and
activities.
The last day will be topped
off with a wildlife habitat
rummy card game and ice
cream sundaes.
There is room for -13
participants between the ages
of 9 and 12. The registration
deadline is Friday, July 7, and
the fee is $5.
Call (904) 966-6224 to
make reservations.
All 4-H programs are
available to any youth
regardless of race,' color, sex,--
national origin or handicap.


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UC man faces Wilkins admitted to
consuming alcohol prior to the
a fifth sexual incident, Deputy Katsacos said.
He was taken into custody and
offense .. the gun and ammunition were
submitted as evidence, iDputy
rg e Katsacos said.
Jeffrey Aaron McRannolds,
43, of Lake Butler faces an Felon
additional charge of sexual
offense involving a child and arrested for
using a computer to seduce a ving gun
child. ...haVing. gun
The victim,-- ..ow 17, A 49-year-old Starke man
admitted to having a sexual was arrested June 15 when
relationship with McRannolds deputies found a .38 caliber
over the past 10-11 months. pistol in his bedroom.
He first met McRannolds at Rudolph Carter Sr.i-was
the Oaks Mall in Gainesville_charged-possessTi of -a firearm
where he was _."bnging -out by a convicted felon with bond
with some friends," set at $30,000, according to
Investigator Mac Johns said. Deputy Thomas Sapp.
McRannolds slipped the victim The firearm was located
a note with McRannolds during the execution of a
computer name on it. search warrant in reference to
The victim later used the stolen firearms from a
given screen name to contact residential burglary, according
McRannolds via his computer. to Deputy Sapp. The
The two chatted on-line and investigation is continuing
eventually met when into allegations of stolen
McRannolds drove to the property, Deputy Sapp said.
victim's residence and picked
him up in his truck,
Investigator Johns said. During 3 charged
the 10-11 months, the
meetings occurred With trespass
approximately five times.
McRannolds would drive the at RMC
victim back to his residence in Three men were charged
Union County where the two with trespass after they were
would engage in sex acts, found at the Reception and
Investigator Johns said. Medical Center Officer's
McRannolds was arrested Training Complex.
June 15 on charges (four Jeffrey Carl Goodman, 18,
counts) of engaging in sex o Lake Butler was asleep
with teenagers he met through inside the training room. He
the Internet. Additional charges had gained entry by breaking a
are expected against window..
McRannolds, Investigator While Sgt. Raymond.
Johns said. Shuford was en route,


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confessed to being with Jones
at the time of the robbery. He
stated he and Jones, with
Johnnie Alexander and Lee,
discussed plans for the robbery
the previous evening. Davis
and Jones approached the
victim, stole the money and
fled the area, .Investigator
Johns said. Davis stated they
met Alexander and Lee, and the
four went on a crack cocaine
binge, Investigator Johns said.
Alexander, 40, of Lake
Butler, was charged with
robbery with a firearm.
Jones remains at large.


Recent
arrests
in Bradford,
Clay or Union
The following in individuals
were arrested recently by local
law enforcement officers in
Bradford, Clay (Keystone
Heights area) or Union
County:
Dennis Sheffield, 36, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
June 15 by Clay Deputy H.
Watts for violation of
probation attempted sexual
battery on child under 12.
Sheffield was sentenced to
eight years in prison on a
Suwannee County charge on
Dec. 16, 1996. He was released
in 2003, followed by 10 years
probation. Sheffield was
terminated from counseling for
refusing to attend and
participate on a regular basis.


cocaine. Marshall was released
from custody after surety bonds
totalling $16,000 were posted.
Shawn M. Smith, 26, of
Lawtey was arrested June 21_
by Lawtey Patrolman C.R.
Rodriquez for grand theft auto.
Smith was in a car that was
reported stolen in Green Cove
Springs. Smith stated he
bought the car from an
unknown Hispanic male for


Bruce Allen Barnes, 48, of
Starke was arrested June 20 by
Patrolman King for retail theft
(felony). Barnes is charged,;
with concealing several items
.in his p~antsanid attempting to
lease the Kangaroo without
paying. He has three other
retail theft convictions,
Patrolman King said. Barnes
was released from custody after
a $1,000 surety bond was.,-
posted.


Deseree Jaqueline Evans, 23,
and David L. Harris, 21, both
of Starke, were arrested June
21 by Starke Patrolman Shawn
Brown for domestic battery.
Evans is charged with striking
the victim. A $1,000 surety
bond was posted for her release
from custody. Harris is charged
with grabbing and striking
Evans, who is pregnant. A
$10,000 surety bond was
posted for his release from
custody on a charge of
aggravated domestic battery.

Jacob Sylvester Henderson,
28, of Starke .was arrested June
23 by Starke Patrolman David
Bukowski for domestic battery,
possession of crack cocaine and
resisting without violence.
Henderson is charged. -with
attempting to chbke the
victim. During a search the
officer found a bottle
containing crack cocaine in
Henderson's pocket. Henderson
resisted efforts to be placed
under arrest. Patrolman Paul
King had to deploy his Taser
in order to handcuff Henderson.
He was also charged on' a
warrant from Alachua County
for failure to appear possession
of cocaine with intent to sell.
Bond was set at $30,000.
Thomas Marshall, 27, of
Starke was arrested June 20 by
Patrolman King for possession
of cocaine and possession of
drug paraphernalia. He was
additionally charged on
warrants for failure to appear
possession of drug
paraphernalia and violation of
probation possession of


Derek Alan Rice, 34, of
Starke was arrested June 19 by
Patrolman King for possession
of 'cannabis and possession of
drug paraphernalia. Rice was
the driver of a vehicle stopped
for,a traffic violation. During a
search the officer found a
plastic bag containing
marijuana and rolling papers in
Rice's pockets. A $2,000
surety bondwas posted for his
release from custody.


obeligerent. He smelleod
strongly of alcohol and started
yelling, "Take me to jail,"
Deputy Jones said.
Wanda Bennett Phillips, 58,
of Starke was arrested June 22
by Starke Sgt. Robert Melton''
for breach of the peace.
Phillips is charged with
creating a disturbance: by
yelling and screaming at the
Southern Villa Apartments.
She was released from custody ;
after a $500 surety bond was
posted. ..


Raiford man
arrested in
Starke
A 45-year-old Raiford man
'faces multiple charges after he
failed to stop for a routine
traffic violation.
Tony Albritton. fled from
Starke Patrolman J.W. Hooper
when Hooper tried to-stop himi
for a traffic- violation,
Albritton drove his vehicle
across several yard& on West
Pratt Street and tried to run
Patrolman David Bukowski off
.the. road with his vehicle,
Patrolman Hooper-said."-
Albritton pulled his vehicle
into a driveway before jumping
out of the vehicle and leaving
it in gear, Patrolman Hooper
said. During the foot pursuit,
his' vehicle hit a hpuse,--
causing damage.'"'
Albritton jumped several
fences before Patrolman
Hooper grabbed his I leg.
Albritton kicked the officer
several times in the chest in an
attempt to flee.:
Albritton was arrested June
21 for aggravated .'fleeing
attempting to elude, aggravated
assault with a deadly weapon,
battery on a law 'enforcement
officer,' resisting an .officer
with violence, possession of
drug paraphernalia, criminal
mischief and on a warrant with
failure to appear possession of
drug paraphernalia and no valid
driver's 'license, Patrolman
Hooper said.
Total bond was set at
$39,000.

Man returns
fire on
fireworks
A 44-year-old Keystone,
Heights man was arrested June -
15 for firing shots at the
neighbors.
David Alan Wilkins was
charged with aggravated assault
by Deputy William -Katsacos.
Wilkins fired' three rounds n
the direction of two juveniles
who were in -their yard
shooting fireworks, Deputy,
Katsacos said. There "were no
'injuries.' The victims ran and
hid behind a car that was
parked in the yard. -
Wilkins- stated he thought
the juveniles were shooting at
him so he went. inside his
house and got his : gun.


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Goodman left in a vehicle with
two subjects, traveling toward
Lake Butler in a blue Dodge.
The vehicle was stopped and
Goodman was arrested for
trespass and criminal mischief.
The two men -in the vehicle
were given trespass warnings
and released. They were found
asleep in the vehicle at the
same time Goodman was found
inside, but had apparently not
committed any crime at the
complex, Sgt. Shuford said.


Robbery and
-theft get -
four charged
- Four Lake Butler men are
charged with armed robbery and
stealing a vehicle last week.
-On June 19'at.5 a.m.
deputies received a report of an
armed robbery. The victim
stated he was awakened by the
knocking and pulling on his
door by Henry Lavelle Jones
and an unknown black male,
according to Investigator Mac
Johns. The victim stated Jones
was holding a rifle when he
answered the door. Jones
entered the home- and removed
$400 from the victim's wallet,
Investigator Johns said.
Charges of robbery with a
firearm and the use of a firearm
by a convicted felon were filed
against Jones.
At 8 a.m. the same day,
deputies received a report of a
vehicle stolen sometime during
the night from a residence on
Southwest Ninth Street.
At noon Deputy Mindy
Goodwin. made contact with
Jones in Raiford in reference to
an unrelated matter. Jones told
the deputy he was with Tyrone
Davis and Alvhord Lee in a
small vehicle that was parked
down the road. When Jones
was told to take the deputy to
the car, he fled on foot into a
wooded area off Sapp Cemetery
Road.
The Vehicle was located and,
after a brief pursuit, the vehicle
-stopped with Davis and Lee
inside. When Deputy Goodwin
approached the vehicle, Davis
attempted to flee on foot but
was apprehended by Deputy
Goodwin.,
Da.js was charged with
grand theft auto. Lee was not
charged, Deputy Goodwin said.
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on Jones.
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$100. Bond was set at --
$10,000. Dale Raymond.George, 38,
of-. St. Petersburg was-arrested
Randy Chesser, 19, ,of" June "5 by Patrolman King for
Starke was arrested June 19 by posesion of cocaine. George
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his vehicle, he was se "oande Patrolman King said.
dropping a glass ,.co ine Bond was set at $15,000.
smoking pipe. Hethen stepped ,-o :
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it, Patrolman Watson said. Butler wd arrested June 26 by
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CRIME


Recent arrests
in Bradford,
Clay or Union
The following individuals
were arrested recently by local
law enforcement officers in
Bradford, Clay (Keystone
Heights area) or Union
County:
Scott Converse.Ranney, 49,
of Melrose was arrested June
19. by Clay Deputy Renee
Scucci for disorderly
intoxication and on a warrant
for indirect criminal contempt
of court with a $217 cash only
bond.
Janice Jackson, 39, of
Starke was arrested June 21 by
Patrolman Brown for.resisting
an officer without violence and
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Annie Easter Smith, 22, of
Starke was arrested June 22 by
Deputy Jestes on a capias for
criminal mischief (3rd degree
felony). A $5,000 surety bond
was posted for her release from
custody.

Ronald Easterling, 41, of
Keystone Heights was charged
by his probation officer with
violation of probation
aggravated assault. His arrest
last week for disorderly
intoxication and exposure,
violated his probation.
Trudent Cubby, 52, of
Lawtey was arrested June 24
by Bradford Deputy Thomas
Sapp for failure to appear
violation of probation battery
from Pinellas County. Bond
was set at $ 10,013.


DWLS. A $500 surety bond
was posted for Secrest's release
from custody.
Lynn Starling, 22, of Starke
was arrested June 23 by
Patrolman Brown for DWLS.
He was released after a $500
surety bond was posted.
Adam Svitek, 21, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
June 22 by Clay deputies for
DWLS.
Anthony Mathias, 44, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
June 22 by Clay deputies on
warrants for operating a motor
vehicle without a license and
contempt of court DWLS.

Three killed
in Friday


approximately 4-5 inches.
When Taylor attempted to re-
enter the roadway, he lost
control, according to Florida
Highway Patrol Trooper D.L.
Myers. The Ford rotated
clockwise and overturned onto
its roof, coming to rest on the
eastbound shoulder facing
north, Trooper Myers said.
Taylor was not wearing his
seatbelt.
Damage to the Explorer was
$5,000.

FHP
checkpoint
locations
for July
The Florida Highway Patrol
will be conducting driver


oaiure to obey police. acso Linda Wyatt, 54, of license and veicie inspecuon
refused to comply w iul orders Keystone Heights was arrested C ras checkpoints during this month
during a traffic crash June 26 by Clay.deputies on a on C.R 315C in Bradford and Union
investigation. When placed warrant for worthless check. counties.
under arrest, she refused to sit Three area people were killed Recognizing the danger
in the back of the patrol James Knoll, 40, of Melrose June 23 in a two-vehicle crash presented to the public by
vehicle, Patrolman Brown said. was arrested June 26 by Clay on C.R. 315C northeast of defective vehicle equipment,
Surety bonds totalling $1,000 deputies on a warrant for Keystone Heights. troopers will concentrate their
were posted for her release violation of probation Dead at the scene were efforts on vehicles being
from custody. domestic battery. Amanda Rose Frez, 21, of St. operated with defects such as
Augustine and Cecil bad brakes, worn tires and
Amber Leigh Faulk, 22, of Traffic Varnedore, 67, and Doris defective lighting equipment.
Keystone Heights was arrested Juanene Elain Finocchio Eileen Vamedore, 62, both of In addition, attention will be
June 19. by Bradford Deputy 53 of Branford was ane Palatka. directed toward drivers who
Sherri Mann for violation of June 22 by Starke Patrolan Milissa Robinson Tucker, violate the driver license laws
probation possession of Michelle Tarrant-for driving 39, of Melrose, a passenger in of Florida.
cocaine. She was released on cnder the influence (DUI) Vamedore's vehicle, was The patrol has found the
her own recognizance by Judge (pending urine results) Bond transported to Shands at the checkpoints to be an effective
David Giant. was set at $1,000. University where her condition means of- enforcing the
was listed as fair as of press equipment and driver license
Terry Bryant, 27, of Raiford Felix Vera-Garcia 34 of time laws of Florida while ensuring
was arrested June 20 by. Unionvillewasarrested June For unknown reasons, Frez' the protection of all motorists.
Deputy Mindy Goodwin for une 1996 Chevrolet pickup, The checkpoints are as
violation of probation. 21 by Patrolman Brown for no travelling south on C.R. follows:
violation of probation. valid driver's license. He was follows:
valid driver's license. He was 315C, veered to the left and
Hal Black, 41, of Alachua released after a $500 cash bond crossed the center, double Union County ,
was arrested June 20 by was posted. yellow lines, according to C.R. 238 and S.R. 238 west
Alachua Deputy Weitzel on a Willie D. Houston, 46, of Deputy Jeremy P. Clark. A of Lake Butler, S.R. 121 in
Bradford warrant for failure to Live Oak was arrested June 20 199an6 Jeep, driven by unCe il Raiford, north of. Raiford and
appear possession of dug byStarke Patrolman William in Worthington Springs, C.R.
paraphernalia. Bond was set at Mur.at r drivingwhila attempted to avoid the 16 west of Starke, C.R. 8 west
s$5,ooo000. Mur ay di collision .by veering to the 16Weth.in g n. r .. 8 w" s
*o license suspended or revoked riht off the roadway w of Worthington Springs, S.R.
Tracy Thompso, 27, o (DWLS). He was additionally h ote roday he on 231 south of Lake Butler, C.R.
KTracy Thompsoni 27, of charged resisting arrest without vehicles collided head-on 229 north of S.R. 121, C.R.
Keystone Heights was arrested violence after he ran from his causing severe crush damage to 231 Bradford/lUnion line.
June 22 by Clay deputies for vehicle during a tr affic stop both vehicles, Deputy Clark
violation of probation battery. Patrol ung arraf saidc te said. Both drivers and -rado C unty
Patrolman Murray said. .He oB.retaed ithin radord County
Jackie Ray Daugherty, 22, was located at 1:52 a.m. at the the wreckage and had to be S.R. 230 east of Starke, C.R.
of Hampton was arrested June Kangaroo. A $2,000. surety extricated by fire rescue. 100A east of Starke, C.R. 231
25 by Bradford. Deputy R. bond was posted for .his release The preliminary report in Brooker, C.R. 225 west of
Watkinson a warrant from from custody. arles. Otto indicates alcohol was not a Lawtey, C.R. .225 at C.R. 227,
Union County for failure to Hodge, 3. of iwwteywasa factor but perhaps speed C..R, 229north ofStarke,
-,a.* nm ishief. Bn passenger' in the vehicle.Atter.. .SpeedvIe'O, C.R.221 in
ppeacrt nal mischief. Bon a he ..involyin contributed to the crash, pee e C.. 22
S.. -'oston- Hdge a uty lark sad.Frez and a. ,-.
Nichole Mai Stewart, 27, attempted to conceal himself Tucker %%ere not wearing seat
HaoleMareStewart 27 around the side'of an abandoned belts, Deputy Clark said.
of Hampton was arrested June. Total damages were
25 by Deputy Watkins on a. building, Patrolma Murray estimated at $32,000.'
warrant from Marion County said. Hodge was charged w ithf
for violation of probation retail resisting arrest without u
theft with no bond. violence. Bond was set at
t weh n -$1,000. Michael D. Brown, Hampton man
Patrick Davis, 41, of 19,. of Worthington. Springs, .. re B
Keystone Heights was arrested also a passenger, was arrested injure when
June 20 by Clay Deputy o Coby- 'Patrolman Murray for o
Marvel on a Bradford warrant resisting arrest without vehicle
for violation of probation violence Brown also, ;ranfrom Vv mrtu s 1 1
aggravated battery with a the vehicle stopped for a traffic
deadly weapon. violation. Bond :was set at A 20-year-old Hampton man
'$1,000. Brown .was also was transported by rescue to
William E. Sanders III, 23, charged on warrants from' Shands Starke for his injuries
of Starke was arrested June 21 Union County for violation of Jurine 21 after his vehicle
by probation officers for probation burglary of structure crashed.
violation of nrohain t and petit.theft.' Joshua A. Taylor, driving a --. -


possession of cocaine.
Harry Palmquist, 39, of
Melrose was arrested June.21
by Clay deputies as a fugitive
from justice.
Sharon Waldeck, 47, of
Starke was arrested June 21 by
Florida Highway Patrol
Trooper Stebbins on a Clay
warrant for violation of
probation worthless check. She
was transported to Clay
County.
Julie Reynolds, 21, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
June 21. by Clay deputies on a
warrant for burglary (auto) and
grand theft.
Katherine Knox, 37, of
Lawtey was arrested June 19
by Clay deputies on a warrant
for petit theft.
Scott Ranney, 49, of
Melrose was arrested June 19
by Clay deputies on a warrant
for indirect criminal contempt.
William Coleman Peillips,
44, of Starke was arrested June
21 by Bradford Deputy Lori
Jestes for failure to appear
violation of ..probationfi
possession of cannabis. He *
was released after a $4,000
surety bond was posted.
Betty Mae Lott, 29 of
Starke was arrested June 22 by
probation officers for violation
of probation aggravated battery
with a deadly weapon. Lott,'
who ir currently on drug
offender probation, admitted to
using cocaine.
Thomas Marshall. 27, of
Starke was arrested June 20 by.
Patrolman King for violation
of probation possession of
cocaine.


Terran Secrest,:59, of Green
Cove. Springs was arrested
June 23 by Patrolman'King for


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Editorial/Op inion

Thursday, June 29, 2006 Page 4B


LETTERS TO THE EDITOR


Reader
questions sale
of alcohol at
Bikefest
Dear Editor:
This letter is not written to
be against the Starke Bikefest
or even against a beer
company.
I'm writing to a .certain
group of people-church


people.
Would the Bikefest have
been held at the fairgrounds if
the church people had not voted
it in? Don't most of the fair
board members belong to some
local church? Aren't some of
them deacons or officers at
their church?
Has beer ever been sold at
any event at the fairgrounds?
Should Christians do service
under a national beer company


banner, or under the banner of
the cross? Can't be under both.
I understand not all fair board
members voted for the
Bikefest; good for them.
There's a right time and a right
place for everything under the
sun.
You know where I stand.
Where do you stand?
Henry Hodges
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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

Good deed is us, she had a problem with the back in a car for work the next
car. She was devastated. She is morning.
recognized a single mother with two A big "thank you" to
.ar Editor: children. She works two jobs Noegel's. It's good to know
So many people complain and didn't know what to do. some people still have pride in
when they're done wrong. Larry Noegel, who was out what they sell. I wish you
Well, this is thanks for good of town at the time, was much success in the future.
that was done right, notified about the problem. This kindness was another
My daughterrecently bought Even though it was closing bonus of living in a small
a car from Noegel's in Starke. time, he went out of his way town.
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Alice McDougald
STARKE Alice McDougald,
101, of Starke died Saturday,
June 24, 2006, at Shands Starke
following an extended illness.
Born in Starke on April 20,
1905, Mrs. McDougald was a
lifelong resident of Starke. She
was a homemaker and member of
Mt. Pisgah A.M.E. Church,
where she served on the
stewardess and trustee boards.
Mrs. McDougald is survived
by: a son, Ben McDougald of
Bronx, N.Y.; a daughter, Estella
Kates of Starke; nine
grandchildren, Shirley Ford,
Thawanda Kay McDougald, Freda
Faye Hankerson, Harrison
Findley, Barbara Barnes, all of
Starke, Keith McDougald, Wendy
McDougald, both of
Jacksonville, Ina Eileen
McDougald of Palatka and
Vanessa Lamar of Gainesville;
17 great-grandchildren and nine
great-great-grandchildren.



LEGALS
NOTICE OF PUBLIC
HEARING CONCERNING A
VARIANCE AS PROVIDED
FOR IN THE BRADFORD
COUNTY LAND
DEVELOPMENT
REGULATIONS
BY THE BOARD OF
ADJUSTMENT OF BRADFORD
COUNTY, FLORIDA, NOTICE IS
HEREBY GIVEN that, pursuant to the
Bradford County Land Development
Regulations,/as amended, hereinafter
referred to as the Land Development
Regulations, objections,
recommendations and comments
concerning a variance, as described
below, willbe heard by the Board of
Adjustment of Bradford County,
Florida, at a public hearing on July
10, 2006 at 7:00 p.m., or as soon
thereafter as the matter can be heard,
in the County Commission Meeting
Room, North Wing, County
Courthouse located at 945 North
Temple Avenue, Starke, Florida
V-06-8, a petition by Michael &
Glynese Ronquille, to request a
Variance be granted as provided for
in Section 12.3.1 2 of the Land.
Development Regulations to allow a
yard setbacks: in an
Reosid eti tialSingle Family-1 zoning
classification from required 15 feet
side setbacks to requested 7 feet, on
pr operty described, as follows:
A parcel of land lying within Section
24, Township 8 South, Range 22
East, being Parcel Number: 05819-0-
00203, being .459 acres more or less.
The public hearing may be continued
to one or more future dates. Any
.interested party shall be advised that
the date, time and place of any
continuation of the public hearing
shall be announced during the public.
hearing and that no further notice
concerning the matter will ibe
published, unless said continuation
exceeds six calendar weeks from the
date of the above referenced public,
hearing. .
At the aforementioned public hearing,
all interested parties may appear to
be heard with respect to the special
exception.
Copies of the variance application are
available for public inspection at the
Office of the Director of Zoning,
Planning, and Building, County
Courthouse located at 945 North
Temple Avenue, North Wing, Starke,
Florida, during regular business
hours.
All persons are advised that if they
decide to appeal any decision made
at the above referenced public
hearing,'they will need a record of the
proceedings, and that, for such
purpose, they may need to ensure-
that a verbatim record of the
proceedings is made, which record
includes the testimony and evidence
upon which the appealisto be based. .
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Funeral services for Mrs.
McDougald will be held at I p.m.
on Saturday, July 1, 2006. in Mt.
Pisgah A.M.E. Church with the
Rev. Glenn B. Dames, pastor,
conducting the services.
Interment will Ifolow in
Oddfellow Cemetery under the
care of Haile Funeral HIome of
Starke.
Visitation will be Friday, June
30, 2006, at the funeral home.
Family hour is 4-5 p.m., friends
from 5-8 p.m. and one hour prior
to the service on Saturday.

Bette Coyle
MELROSE Bette Virginia
Coyle, 84, of Melrose died
Tuesday, June 20, 2006, at
Bradford Terrace nursing home in
Starke.
Born in Llanerch, Pa., Mrs.
Coyle moved to Melrose 20
years ago from Wynnewood, Pa.,
and Avalon, N.J. She was a
secretary for Lower Merion
Township in Ardmoore, Pa., and
was of the Presbyterian faith.
She was a member of Keystone
Women's Club.
Mrs. Coyle is survived by: her
husband, John M. Coyle of
Melrose, and a sister, Ruth P.
Merlie of Palm Coast.
Moririg Funeral Home of
Melrose is in charge of
arrangements.

Winfred Goode
INTERLACHEN Winfred
Ronald Goode, 85, of Interlachen
died Sunday, June 25, 2006. at
his residence following an
extended illness.
Born in. Rogersville, Ala., on
Feb. 19, 1921, Mr. Goode was a
retired farmer. He served in the
U.S. Army during World Wart- II.
Mr. Goode is survived by: his
wife, Winafred C. Goode of
Interlachen; a daughter, Wanda
Rutkiewicz; three sons, Fred
Goode, James P. Goode and
Dennis R. Goode; three sisters,
Merle Brown, Quaionta Miller
and Doris Butler; eight
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Graveside services for Mr.
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Friday, June 30, 2006, in
Keystone Heights Cemetery.
Interment will follow under the
care of Jones Funeral Home of
Keystone Heights.

Kathy Gunter
LAWTEY Kathy Jeanette
Silcox Gunter, 50, of Lawtey died
Wednesday, June 21, 2006, at
Shands at Alachua General
Hospital following an extended
illness.
Born in Bradford County, on
Nov. 4, 1955, Mrs. Gunter was a
lifelong resident of Bradford
County. She was a homemaker
and member of New River New
Congregation Methodist Church.
Mrs. Gunter is survived by: a
daughter, Penny English of
Lawtey; a son, Billy Gunter of
Lawtey; a stepdaughter, Kim
Crawford of Jacksonville; two
sisters, Janice Silcox of Palatka
and Susan McKinney of
Gainesville; three brothers,
Jimmy Silcox, Jason Silcox and
Lynn Silcox, all of Starke; and
six grandchildren. She was
preceded in death by her husband,
Ronnie Gunter, a son, Ronnie
Gunter Jr. and a daughter, Kayla
Gunter.
Funeral services for Mrs.
Gunter were June 24, 2006, in
the DeWitt C. Jones Chapel in
Starke with Pastor Joy Thornton
conducting the services.
Interment followed in Dyal
Cemetery.

Jerry Gilliam
STARKE Jerry Clinton
Gilliam Sr., 65, of Starke died
Wednesday, June 24, 2006, at
the VA Medical Center in
Gainesville following an
extended illness.
Born in Flint, Mich., on May
23, 1941, Mr. Gilliam moved to
Starke in 1999 from Oregon. He
was of the Baptist faith and was a
retired U.S. Marine. He was a
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Jackson Gilliam of Starke; two
daughters, Yvonne Marie Gilliam
of Vancouver, Wash., and Lorene
Hall of Kingsley Lake; two sons,
Jerry C. Gilliam Jr. and Harlie
Gilliam, both of Starke; a sister,
Lillian Decker of Wheatland,
Mo.; three brothers, James
Harold Gilliam of Mulberry,
Clyde Gilliam of Paris, Tenn.,
and David Gilliam of Rawlins,
Wyo.; and seven grandchildren.
Funeral services for Mr.
Gilliam were June 16, 2006, in
the DeWitt C. Jones Chapel ini
Starke with the Rev. Dan Hughes
conducting the services.
Interment followed in Hope
Cemetery.
Sandra Henderson
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Sandra
Lee Henderson, 64, of Keystone
Heights died Sunday, June 25,
2006, at Robert's Care Center in
Palatka following an extended
illness.
Born in Jacksonville, on Aug.
20, 1941, Mrs. Henderson
moved to Keystone Heights 30
years ago from Jacksonville. She
was a retired seamstress at Starke
Uniform. She was of the Baptist
faith.
Mrs. Henderson is survived
by: a daughter, Patricia
Henderson of Starke; a son,
Steven T. Henderson of Keystone
Heights; and eight
grandchildren. She was preceded
in death by her husband, Preston
Henderson, in 1994.
Graveside services for Mrs.
Henderson were June 28, 2006,
in Keystone Heights Cemetery
with pastor Dean Slocomb
conducting the services.
Interment followed under the care
of Jones Funeral Home of
Keystone Heights.


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ORANGE PARK Rudolph
Dale Sink, 90, of Orange Park,
formerly of Starke, died Monday,
June 26, 2006, at Orange Park
Medical Center following an
extended illness.
Born in Lexington, N.C., on
Dec. 28, 1915, Mr. Sink moved
to the Starke area after living in
Lexington for 50 years. He
moved to Orange Park recently.
He was a member of First
Presbyterian Church of Starke
and worked as a garment factory
supervisor for 40 years at Big
Dad Mfg. Co. He served in the
U.S. Army during World War II.
Mr. Sink is survived by: two
daughters, Sally Rosier of St.
Augustine and Cindy Mattson of
Orange Park; two grandchildren
and one great-grandchild.
Funeral services for Mr. Sink
will be held at 11 a.m. on
Thursday, June 29, 2006, in First
Presbyterian Church of Starke
with the Rev. Gary Hardesty,
pastor, conducting the services.
Interment will follow at 2 p.m.
in Jacksonville Memory
Gardens, Ill Blanding Blvd.,
Orange Park, under the care of
Jones Funeral Home of Starke.
Visitation will be Wednesday,
June 28, 2006, from 6-8 p.m., at
Jones Funeral Home in Starke.
Memorial contributions may
be made to First Presbyterian
Church, 921 E. Call St., Starke,
FL 32091.


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McDaniel, 87, died Wednesday,
June. 21, 2006.
Born in Graceville,, Mrs.
McDaniel lived in Jacksonville
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The family of the late Wadeus
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ourfriends and family for their
kindness, support and prayers
during our time of need.
Your love and prayers have given
us strength and inspiration.
Thank you, and may God bless you.
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STOCK
continued from p. 1B

model who meets with the
student once a week
throughout the school year.
These mentors make all the
difference, said Bradford Take
Stock Director Judy Dukes.
Mentors for the five
graduates are Cynthia Ross,
Adam Chalker, Monica
Clements, Tina Chandler and
Mike Goldwire. They each
invested about an hour a week
to meet with their students. In
return, they will receive the
satisfaction of watching young
people, who would probably
not have been able to attend
college, earn a degree and
become successful members of
society.
'"Take Stock has a proven
record of helping kids stay in
school, graduate and go to
college," said Dukes. "We've
waited six years to have
graduates and we're just very
pleased."
Take Stock begins in a
student's middle school
years-the time when some
young people begin to allow
their grades to slip. Students
who see little hope of being
able to afford to go to college
sometimes allow that slip to
become a landslide.
The mentors and the Take
Stock case managers, Dukes
and Kim Alldredge, work to


make sure the 'lake ShI ck
participants stay focused ;,nd
remember the ultimate goal.
Students who qualify for ihe
free or reduced-price lunch at
school are also qualified for
Take Stock. A Take Stock in
Children program can givp out
as many scholarships as it can
obtain funding for. The big
plus with Take Stock is that
only part of the cost of each
scholarship has to be funded
by donation, about $4,700
total. The rest is funded by the
Florida Prepaid College
Foundation.
Scholarship recipients attend
two years at a Florida
community college and then
transfer to a Florida college or
university for the final two
years. The scholarships can
also be used to fund technical
or vocational degrees at a
number of Florida facilities, if
the student prefers those career
choices.
Bradford students who are
still in the Take Stock
program, working their way
toward their own graduation,
are: Haley Barnhart (mentor
Sylvia Tatum), Eugene Blye
(mer.:. cr-^t Roberts),
Miclhael Boswell (mentor
Alldredge), Heather Boyvtt
(mentor Bobbie \lrte; )
Marjorie Carney (mentor
Brenda Thornton), Mahogati)
Coleman (mentor Breno.
Donaldson), Cassandra
Coolidge (mentor Alldredge),
James Davis (mentor Willie


Dixon), Adam Farlow (mentor
Don Thompson), Casey
Higginbotham (mentor
Dukes), Zaccahaeus Hill
(mentor Brad Carter), Jennifer
Kennedy (mentor Dukes),
Laquesha Lane (mentor Linda
Chandler), Chad Parmenter
(mentor Randall Polk), David
Peques (mentor Jim Lewis),
Kristen Rodgers (mentor
Sheila Bassett), and Megan
Starling (mentor Linda Johns).
Dukes said Take Stock is
seeking five additional
participants to take the places
of the five graduates,
additional scholarship
donations to add participants to
the program and additional
mentors.
"The more donations we
have, the more students we can
serve," said Dukes.
Take Stock is administered
by Bradford's Communities in
Schools program. Contact
Dukes or Alldredge at (904)
964-7776 for more information
on making donations,
becoming a mentor, or having
your child participate in the
program.
Jim Biggs, director for
Communities in Schools, has
been in education for some 30
years. "This is one of the best
scholarship programs I have
ever seen," said Biggs. "Every
nickel of every donation goes
toward the scholarships. All
the overhead for operating the
office is funded through
grants. And best of all, the


donations can be taken-off
your taxes."
According to statistics
compiled by the state Take
Stock organization, 96 percent-
of all Take Stock participants
are promoted from year to year
and earn grades that will help
them graduate (91 percent of
all students in Florida are
promoted and earn grades that
will help them graduate).
Take Stock began in
Bradford County in 2000, but
it began in Florida in 1995.
Statewide 11,000 students
have been awarded $78 million
in scholarships since that time.
Approximately 800 people
attended the banquet June 8.
Use of the country club was
donated by Tatum Golf
Enterprises Inc.






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in life, there'd be a
shortage of fishing poles.
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BC Pop

Warner will

host open

house July 1 5
Bradford County's Pop
Warner program will be
hosting an open house on
Saturday, July 15, from 10
a.m.-I p.m. at the Bradford
County Fairgrounds.
Free hot dogs and soft drinks
will be available, and children
will also be able to register.


A reminder to children who'-.
have already signed up to be
cheerleaders: the deadline to-
order and be fitted for-'
uniforms is July 15. The cost is
$100, which is also due by
July 15.
Fitting will be done at the
fairgrounds.
Also, free physical for
cheerleaders and players will
be offered July 15 at E & M'
Medical Services at I p.m.
For more information
concerning Pop Warner, please-
call (904) 368-0273.


Some of the Take Stock students, their mentors, and family members, all of whom attended the banquet, are:
(Front row, 1-r) Kristen Rodgers, Marjorie Carney, mentor Brenda Thornton, Heather Boyett, Adam Farlow, (middle
row, I-r) mentors Kim Alldredge and Judy Dukes, state Take Stock representative Tricia Sheldon, Elizabeth Fox,
Shirley Walker, (back row, I-r) mentor Brad Carter, Michael Boswell, Zaccahaeus Hill, (friend of a Take Stock family
member), mentor Bobbie Agner, Racquel Green, Brittany Bolton, Elijah Hamilton, Irma Green, mentor Cynthia
Ross, Latasha Bolton, Ann Williamson and mentor Linda Johns.


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placed by phone are read back to the advertiser at
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and edit all copy or to reject or cancel any
advertisements at any time. Only, standard
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PORTUNITY. Allreal
estate advertising in this
newspaper is subject to
the Federal Fair Housing
Act of 1968 which makes
it illegal to advertise "any
preference, limitation or
discrimination based on
race, color, religion, sex
or national origin, or: an.
Intention to make any
such preference, limita-
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Familial status includes
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18 living with: parents or
legal, custodians, preg-
nant women and people
securing custody of chil-
dren under 18. This
newspaper will not know-
ingly accept any adver-
tising for real estate
which Is in violation of the


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hereby informed that all
dwellings advertised in
this newspaper are avail-
able on an equal oppor-
tUnity basis. To complain
of discrimination, call
HUD toll-free at 1-800-
669-9777, the toll-free
telephone number for the
hearing impaired is 1-
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1995 MAZDA B2300,o5sp,
cold ac, dings, runs good
$1795. 1992 Lexus,
LS400, reduced $4500
firm. Also 94 Chevy Lu-
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$695,trans problems.
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1995 MERCURY MYS-
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door locks, am/fm cas-
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100LINCOLNS IN STOCK
some good, some
rebuildable, some sal-
vage. Also several other
brands; Need to sell
them all. George Ricks
Salvage, US 301N
Stark;, 904-964-5184.
03 MUSTANG CONV. V6,
AT, PW, PL, .CC dual ex-
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$13,900 w/system
$12,900 w/o. Call 904-
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99 FORD TRUCK crew
cab. ,250 Super Duty XL
7.3 diesel, many extras,
.excellent *-condition,
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2000 HUNDAI SONATA 4
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steering, brakes, win-
dows, sunroof, 'locks.
Auto trans, dual A/C,
cruise,, less than 74,000
miles,,well maintained, 1
owner, must sell, $7500
OBO. Call 904-782-
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Campers
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Less than 3 miles to Lake
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starting at 40K. Reserve '
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$35000 firm, plus clos-
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2.15 +/- ACRES looks like
more. 2 miles north of
Starke. Nice, excluded ,
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trees, needs TLC, culvert
and more. Wont last.
$45,900 OBO. By owner,
call 352-468-3512.
47 Commercial
Property
FOR LEASE OR sale. Ideal
location 2 parcels 2800
SQFT building with of-
fice, barn, mini storage,
5 acres, off of South 301.
Also 8 acres, partially
cleared. Both lots 3/10th
o.f a mile from new
Walmart. Call 904-964-
3827 for more informa-
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DOWNTOWN STARKE
professional offices for
rent. Conference room,
kitchen, utilities and
more provided. Call 904-
964-2616.

Warehouse for sale
or lease.in Keystone
Heights on
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HAMPTON LUXURY 3BR/
2BA pool home, on 1.26
acres, $440,900. Lake
Butler, historic beauty,
$295,000. Call 352-494-
0059. Photos at
www.tntsells.com. ERA
Trend Realty.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS


brick home, 1571 sqft
3BR/1.5BA, carpet, ceil-
ing fans, CH/A, spacious
one car garage, fenced
backyard, new stove, re-
frigerator, excellent con-
dition. Walk to schools
and town, $149,000. Call
352-473-7695.
SELECT SERVICES RE-
ALTY presents open
house in two locations,
Sat 7/1 from 10am to
2pm. 6525 Wolverine
Lane, 4BR/3BA, two
story home, built in 2003,
on 10 acres. 2nd location
is 6816 Immokalee
Road. 4BR/2BA with de-
signer four stall barns,
tennis, basketball court
on 4 acres. For more in-
formation call 904-291-
6646.
49 Mobile
Homes for Sale
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.
FOR SALE HANDYMAN
special. 1.25 acres with
2BR/1BA, 12 x 60 MH.
Large front porch, back
deck, 12 x 12 shed,
$32,900 cash. Call 904-
966-0494. 7194 Ridge
Trial Road, Keystone
Heights.
3BR/2.5BA DWMH 1996
w/ 3 plus acres in Gra-
ham, (30 min to
Gainesville, 15 min to
Starke). Fenced with 2
gates, 2 pastures, bring
the kids and the pets.
Horses welcome.
$85,000. Call 352-485-
2832. Well kept, great
starter home, large back
deck, all electric appli-
ances included.
FOR SALE completely re-
modeled home. You will
fall In love with this 28 x
56 Redman MH on 1
acre in Melrose, Florida,
$89,900. Call to see
home or pictures on the
Internet. Call 352-475-
2283.


KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
SWMH for sale. 3BR/
01.5BA, CH/A, on 1/3
acre, $29,900. Call 352-
235-1386.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS MH
for sale. 4BR/1.BA, CH/
A, on 1/3 acre, large
screened in porch, car-
port, $39,900. Call 352-
235-1386.
50 For Rent
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 apartments.


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Central ac/heat, on site
laundry, playground, pri-
vate and quiet atmo-
sphere. Located on
SR16, 1001 Southern
Villas Drive, Starke, Fl or
call 904-964-7295, TDD/
TTY 711. Equal Housing
Opportunity.
FOR RENT- 2 &- 3BR
homes, newly renovated.
Deposit required. Call
678-438-6828 or 678-
438-2865, for more infor-
mation.
FOR RENT DOWNTOWN
Business & Professional
office store. This 1500 sq
ft building has offices &
reception area, new car-
pet and paint. Monthly
rent w/option to lease
long term. $500 per
month, or long term
lease discount. Call Vir-
ginia at 904-964-6305.
FURNISHED 2BR MH,
CH/A, patio, shed, large
fenced yard, dishwasher,
very clean, no pets. $600
per month plus security,
Starke area. Call 386-
496-0683.
2 WORKING EMPLOYED
room mates needed for
3BR/2BA home on 2
acres of secluded land in
Lawtey, Florida. Small
pets okay. Students wel-


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Office Open: Monday Friday 8:00 to 4:30 p.m.
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FOR SALE
2 Parcels
13+ Acres in all
500 ft frontage on 301
is in ucala! South. Only 3/10 mile
Zries Model 4483T from Super Walmart.
1,260 sqare feet Office
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come. Call 904-753-
1912.
2BR/2BA MH on 1 acre,
close to Keystone
Heights and schools.
$550 a month plus de-
posit. Call 352-475-6260.
3BR/2BA, DWMH, laundry
room, 30ft covered
porch, small bam, on. 4
acres, fenced, Keystone
area, $750 month plus
deposit. Call 386-445-
6302.
PROVIDENCE/
WORTHINGTON AREA
SWMH, 2BR/1BA, new
carpet, new heat & AC,
utility room, renovated
kitchen, large yard, no
indoor pets, nice quiet
neighborhood, refer-
ences required, $415 per
month. Call 386-496-
2354.
LARGE 2BR/2BA MH, CH/
A, no pets, Raiford area,
w/d hookups, $425 per
month plus deposit. Call
904-964-6445.
LAKE GENEVA 2BR/1BA
MH CH/A $450 per
month, McDonalds trailer
park. Call 352-478-2697.
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male, $75. 1 year old
cockatiel with large cage,
$75. Call 904-504-9601
or 352-473-6936.
DOGS FOR ADOPTION
OR FOSTERING pup-
pies, puppies and more
puppies, 10 kittens
ready, come and look we
will save for you.
-Germand Shepard mix, -
nutered. 10 Boxer/Lab
puppies, 5 weeks old,
eating on there own, lots
to choose from. All need
a loving home, must get
shots and fixed. Call
Tammy at 352-258-6582
or Cristy at 904-334-
7319 or Bradford County
Paws 904-964-9200.
NEEDED FOSTER
HOMES for dogs. Any
donations appreciated.
Any amount. Call
Tammy at 352-258-6582
or Cristy at 904-334-
7319 or Bradford County
Paws 904-964-9200.
LAB PUP yellow, female, 9
weeks old, AKC, Health
certificate, $350. Call
386-431-1584.
CHIHUAHUA. PUPS,
males, $300 each. 1 at
$400, tiny size. Cash.
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53 A Starke
Yard Sale
SUPER YARD SALE Sat,
July 1,7am to? No junk.
You don't want to miss
this one. Excellent furni-
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tor, collectibles, antique
1939 Zenith console ra-
dio, oak roll top desk.
Just West of Keystone,
off SR 100, behind
Tony's, easy signs.
HUGE FRI & SAT, 8am to
4pm. Yard tools, jewelry,
furniture, VCR's and
tapes, lamps, shop vac,
tools vacuums, ping
pong set, sheets(all
sizes), blankets, glass-
ware, dishes, pots/pans,
fans, 50-60 stuff, mate-
rial, games, computer-
ized stepper, much,
much more. 1303 W.
Pratt(off 301 & 100W).
YARD SALE Sat, July 1,
8am to 3pm. Near Coun-
try Club, follow the signs.
T.V., house decor, spring
cleaning.
FRI 6/30 through 7/2, 7am
to 5pm. Variety A to Z.
1624 E. Market Road.
4 FAMILY YARD SALE
Lawtey. Fri & Sat, 8am
until rain or shire. On CR
125, 4.5 miles west of
301. Furniture, crib,
baby, child & adult cloth-
ing, housewares, an-
tique dishware, VHS
movies,,, games for
gameboy and
playstation
YARD SALE Sat. July 1st.
8am. Riding mower,.
$350. TV tower, $100,
lots ot odds and ends.
301 North to 183rd St..
YARD SALE FRI & "-SAT
Antiques,- collectibles,
vintage kitchenware,
pyrex, nesting bowls,
carnival glass, nascar,
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Yard Sales
GARAGE SALE Sat 7am
to 12pm, weather per-
mitting. Misc items. On
Bedford Lake, turn north
at Tony's Food Market,
then 3rd road on left. SE
66th Street. Follow
signs.
HUGE YARD SALE Fri,
Sat & Sun. 106.3rd St.
Melrose. Furniture, com-
puters, & lots of good
cheap stuff. Call 352-
475-2283.
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,
'2 nightstands, chest
available, dovetail con-
'struction. New still In
boxes. Retail $6100,
sacrifice for $1100. 352-
377-.846
DININGi 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
LAWN MOWERS &
'TRAILERS for sale. Call'
904-964-4118.'
HOVER ROUND WHEEL-
CHAIR $3500 OBO.
Wedding dress size 16
$100 OBO. Antique
desk, excellent condition,
$400 OBO. Call 904-
964-6559 if N/A leave a
message.


KILN FOR SALEAmerican
Beauty model # TL-3,
with approx 50 ceramic
molds, $250 OBO. Call
904-964-7124.
FRESH COASTAL Ber-
muda square bales and
large rolls. Fertilized and
barn kept. Horse quality.
Call 904-964-8476.
FREE SWM.H. NEEDS
WORK. You move. Call
904-368-0787.
DINETTE SET like new,
with 4 padded chairs on
coasters &.table with in-
sert, $400. Call Ken at
352-478-2616 or 352-
235-0089.
1996 F150 INLINE 6, 5
speed, runs great, AC,
$4000 OBO. Call Ken at
352-478-2616 or 352-
235-0089.
FOR SALE Refrigerator,
18 cubic foot, $100. Call
904-964-6813 after
5pm, weekends.
59 Personal
Services
CLARK FOUNDATION
REPAIRS, INC. Cor-
rection of termite & wa-
ter-damaged wood &
sills. Leveling & raising
Houses/Bldgs. Pier Re-
placement & alignment.
Free Estimates: Danny
(Buddy) Clark, (904)-
284-2333 or 1-800-288-
0633.
FLORIDA CREDIT UNION
has money to lend for
M.H. & land packages.
1-800-284-1144.
' M & J LAWN SERVICE
residential and commer-
cial mowing, complete
lawn maintenance,, af-
fordable pricing. Call
904-364-6593 or after
5pm 386-431-9264.
CUSTOM CUTS Lawn &
Landscape, customized
lawncare, sod, trim-
ming, landscape design.
Reasonable rates, free
estimates.' Commercial
& residential. Licensed
and Insured. Call 386-
496-2820, if no answer
please leave message.


LAWN CARE unrmtched
quality in lawn Service
Call 386-496-4492.
LAWN MOWNG no job to
small. Call 352-468-
3369.
65 Help
Wanted
PART TIME TELLER.
M&S Bank. 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.
AVON REPS needed in all
areas. Start up and earn
50%, total investment
$10. Start today, local
training. Call Sherry at
904-964-8851.
DISCOVER HOW ANY-
ONE can earn $25, $50,
even $100 or more in as
little as 2-3 minutes per
day taking easy "No-
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SHOP HELP NEEDED, fi-
.berglass manufacturing
and trimming will train.
Full time 40 hour week.
Apply In person at U S
Body Source, 1.5 miles
South of Hampton on
CR 325.
CARE GIVER 2 years
experience working with
elderly or disabled cli-
ents. 2 or 3 days per
week. Su-EI's Retire-
ment .Home, Hampton.
Phone 352-468-2619.
NURSERY HELP
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-


Bill Morgan and Jack Ploss
Phone: 904-964-7399
Cell: 904-591-9377 or 904-219-4648
3085 SE 113Way Starke, FL 32091
Licensed. Insured


LResdrnivpays.Concretel


Slabs Footings

Decorative Concrete
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Pumping & Finishing

FREE ESTIMATES
Bus: (904) 964-3827
Mobile: (904) 364-7153


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 needed, Crew
leader & helper positions
available, full time and
part time available, ben-
efits. Apply in person at
Authorized Construction
Services, 7200 SE US
HWY 301, Hawthorne.
352-481-0008.
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.
NEW ASSISTED LIVING
faciltiy for elderly open-
ing soon in Keystone
Heights. For information
please call 352-473-
4931 or 352-473-1091,
ask for Kim or Verna.
LPN TEACHER NEEDED
excellent benefits Includ-
ing, health, dental, life,
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.
SUMMER JOBS installer
needed. $11.00 per hour
starting. Guaranteed
overtime. Great opportu-
nity to make a lot of
money in a short time.
Background screening
required. Call 352-473-
0185 between 9am &
4pm, Monday-Friday.
2ND SHIFT Will train, with
great potential for ad-
vancement. Hours are
from Monday thru Fri-
day from 3:00pm to
11:30pm. Starting salary
is $7.25 per hour. Ameri-
can Access Technolo-
gies is located in Key-


stone Heights. DWFP,
good benefits. Call 352-
473-4984.
WELDER EXPERIENCED
MIG/TIG, steel & alumi-
num for fabrication shop
in Keystone Heights.
Monday Thursday
7:00am to 3:30pm, Fri-
days 6:30am to 3:30pm.
Excellent benefits, drug
free work place. Call
352-473-4984.
SUPERVISOR & LAMINA-
TORS NEEDED. Stump
Nocker Boats seeks
laminators with gel coat
& chop experience.
Starke area. Call 904-
964-8228.
FACTORY WORKER, PT,
$6.50hr, 904-964-4388,
8am to 4pm
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 recy-
clable materials, super-
vising inmate labor, and
other duties as needed.
Applicants must have a
high school or GED di-
ploma, a valid Class B or
higher CDL, and the
physical dexterity neces-
sary to complete the re-
quired duties. Starting
salary is $9.50 an hour.
Applications may be ob-
tained at the office of
New River Solid Waste
Association on SR 121,
3 miles north of Raiford,
Florida, Monday-Friday
8am- 5pm. Deadline for
application is Monday,
July 3rd, 2006.
DRIVERS: HOME EVERY
weekend! Start up to 43
cpm. Health, life, deptal,
vision, 401K. Vacation/
Holiday pay. Regional
flatbed. CDL-A. Call
800-992-7863 ext 126.
IN STORE DEMONSTRA-
TORS new product mov-
ers, a national staffing
agency, is looking for in-
dividuals to execute In-


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must be able to engage
v shoppers to demon-
strate products, promote
brands and distribute
samples and brochures.
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empty/.01 loaded miles
tarp pay. Health, life,
dental, 401K, monthly
bonuses. CDL-A, 1 year
experience. Call
Grayson Mitchell 800-
434-1882.
NEWSPAPER CARRIER
for Gainesville Sun. 7:
days a week, approxi-
mately $300 per week;
Providence/Worthingtori
Springs area. Contact'
Donna at 386-623-6274.
WELDERS EXCELLENT
benefits! Experience
payst FT shifts! Apply In
person: Centurion Auto
Transport, 5912.New
Kings Road, Jackson-
ville, FL 32209.
DUMP TRUCK DRIVERS,
heavy equipment opera-
tors, motorgrader opera-
tor, & Laborers. Experi-
ence preferred. Valid
drivers license a must.
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within Andrews Pacing;
Inc, '627 NW 123rd
Place, Gainesville FL.
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Ing Aulhorty seeks an
experienced manager
for low income housing.
Qualified candidates will
have a bachelor s de-
gree in Social Services


or related field,and a
minimum of four years
experience in a public or
private housing. Hired
person must posses
Public Housing Certifi-


cate within one year of
hire. Have software
(Word, Excel), strong
written, verbal interper-
sonal skills, a completed
application and resume


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history, must be recieved.
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#102, Lake Butler, FL
32054.
BRADFORD COUNTY -
Emergency Services Is
now accepting applica-
tions for the positions of
'Full-Time and Part-Time
"Paramedic and Part time
7' EMT. Applicant must cur-
rently hold valid State of
Florida paramedic or
EMT license or have
completed paramedic
training course. Applica-
.* tions can be obtained at
'.945&C North Temple
Ave., Starke, Fl 32091 or
at www.bradford-co-
fla.org. Completed appli-
2: cations must be returned
by 4pm, July 7, 2006.
For more information call
904-966-6911.
DAIRY FARM LABOR-
ERS, hardworking de-
pendable transportation,
n shift work, holidays &
weekends. For more In-
formation call 386-462-
1016.
ASSISTANT STORE
7" MANAGER for Camp
Blanding Post Exchange
1 duties & responsibilities
in clue: Assisting the
Store' Manager In the
overall management,
t supervision, and opera-
tion of retail activity,
7 which include, reducing
"inventory loss and in-
creasing profitability of
7-the net profit margins for
S.-the.Camp Blanding Ex-
5 change (CBX). Provides
;:professional customer
service, equitable
scheduling of employee
work schedule,- and ad-
herence to sound busi-
ness inventories and ac-
unf counting practices. As-
sist the Store Manager
!%with the marketing, se-
,.ection of store products,
-stock control practices,
as well as, the cleanli-
: ness; sanitation;- and
overall appearance and
security of the facility. A
Bachelor's degree from
an accredited college or
University, experience In
marketing and applying
sound business prac-
tices, supervisory expe-
rience, budgetary and
i fiscal planning. Proles-
sional or non-proles-.
slonal experience, as
S described' above, 'can
substitute on a year-for-
S .year basis for the re-
quired college educa-
tion. How to apply: Indi-





JAK. E CITlY.
-. IlNIIIW giILlIi
ADJu NCT
INSTRUCTORS
NEEDED FALL TERM
; ", BEG INNING
SAUG. 2 2006
Physical Sc'ence
SInstructor
-Maqser's degree wilh 18
'graduate credit hours in a
physical science
Night section and interlne
t sections available
General Biology
Instructor
later'ss degree with 18
agraduale credit hours in
'biology. Saturday class.
-" lDaytine Preparatory
Math Instructor
Minimum of Bachelor's
-.-. degree
College Level Math
* Instructor
A laser 's degree with 18
.graduate credit hours in
mathematics.
Daytime/Nighttime clas.e s
Contaci Paula Cifuente. at
(386) 754-4260 or
Email
cifuenlesp@lakeciiycc edu
English Instructor
S Master', degree with 18
graduate hours in English
"Contact Holly Smith at
.4386)754-4.360 or empil
S .rilhholly@ilakecuycc edu
LCCC i accrediied b? the
Soiulhern Aiii.iii.n
of Cnllee.e and Shui.l.
-VP/ADAWEA/EO Cliege in
Eucarihon & nmpliiynieni
" 'n


viduals who meet the
qualifications fprthis p.-
sition wilI submit-their
resumes with cover
sheet no later than 6 July
2006 to: Department of
Military Affairs,' Camp
Blanding Joint Training
Center (CBJTC) Headi-
quarters, Attention: Ms
BJ Warwick, 5629 State
Road 16 West. Building'
2300, Starke, Florida
32091. Tel- (904) 682-
3418. Fax (904)682-
3250. Email.
oennielo warwick
@1l.ngD army mil,
NOTE. Tnhis is a contract
employee position
through our, slalling
agency (Southeastern
Services). .
HELP WANTED 3rd shift,
11pm to 7am.'Apply in
person at Citgo beside
McDonalds In Starke.
CONCRETE FINISHER
Full time position. epe-.
rienced only apply. Call
904-545-6103
WHAT IN YOUR WAL-
LET? Is it enough??
Dont you deserve. super
pay and benefits, home
Every weekend. 80%.
drop & hook, run south-
east only, sign on bonus,
health & dental, paid va-
cation, rider program'
(Immediate) Call today
toget yours CDL/A yrs
OTR. Shoreline Trans-
portation. Call 877-208-
9176.
THE CITY OF STARKE is
looking for responsible,
reliable Individuals to
help Insure the safety of
Ine children while cross-
ing tne Streets to school.
No experience neces-
sary. on the job training
Is provided You must be
able to work for one hour
Sn the morning and one
hour in the afternoon
and be physcially ca-
pable of standing for the
duration of your shift.
You will receive $8.00 an
hour and on average you
will work 10 hours per
week. Please feel free to
contact Major Jeff
Johnson at 904-964-
5400 If you have any
questions




IAC CITY
CINllllr CII ctll
INSTRUCTOR/
COORDINATOR,
EMERGENCY
MEDICAL SERVICES
PROGRAMS
Teach and a'si.st in program
development, planning and
implementation of EMT
Basic. Paramedic, and EMS
Associate Degree programs.
Coordinate schedules
clinical Baies and
int'ructor%.: maintain stlte .
and national program
certifications. Mflt hate
bachelor's degree in
emergency medical services
or closely related field and
Paramedic cerirficatioh at
state or national level.
Salary: Based on degree
and experip ee pls
be.,ens.
Complete application
packer mus i be received by
July 10, 2006 for
guaraereed consideration.
College application and
transcnpL, required
Position derails and
application are available on
our Wel site at:
Sww.lakecilycc.edu
Inqurlies:
Human Resource
Development
Lake CIty Community
College
149 SE College Place
Lake CIhy,' FL 32025
Phone: (386) 754-4314
Fax: (386) 754-4594-
E-mail: -
boeticherg@lakecirycc.edu
LCCC' i accreditedby ithe
Southem nA.socliion
of College and Schn iis
VP/ADA/EA/EO Collegemin
Education & Empl.ynmeni


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RNs LPNs- Improve our community health by
working in one of our state prisons


Florida Department of Corrections, Health
Services, currently has vacancies for RNs & LPNs -
bn evening and night shift at Union Correctional
Institution and Florida State Prison, Raiford, FL


Exceptional Health Cai
- Vested Retirement after
* Comprehensive State


Career Service Rate -


RN $16.831hr to $19.16/
LPN $13.67/hr to $14.36


Starting rates based on e


re Insurance
er six years
of Florida Benefit Package


hr + benefits
5/hr + benefits -


experience


-or


Per diem rates available (non-benefited positions). Per.
-Diem Rate RN up to $311hr, LPH up to $22/hr.


. Starting rates based on experience


'For further information contact:
,Kathy Reed at 904-368-3310
e-mail: reed.kathryn@mail.dc.state.fl.us
or Sharon McKinnie, R.N. at 850-922-6645;
lemaiil: mckinnie.sharon@mail.dc.state.fl.us


THE STARKE POLICE
-Department-is nrw ac-.
cepting applications for
the fuff time position of
Communications Oflicer
Due to the importance c..
tnis position we are
searching lor a respor,-
stble person. wno snows
initiative, nas the aloity
to leman3 calm when
under stressful silua
lions and possess good
communication skills it
is cnfical lo be aole 10
make crucial and critical
deciso'ne since your pri
mary ob would be to dis-
patch our law enforce-
ment officers II you are
interested in joining Ine
Starke Police Depart-
menl. have a nigh school
diploma or equivalent.
type 45 wpm, speak and
read English and have
some computer expen-
ence. you could oe our
next Communications
Officer. We offer on Ihe
job training, health and
retirement benehts an-
nual and sick leave and
starting pay is $16.640
per year, must be able to
work a flexible shill
schedule You can pick
up an application at the
Starke Police Depart-
ment at 830 Edwards
Road or at the Bradlord
Career Center ta 609
North Orange Street,.
Slarke Flonda
SALE & DATA ENTRY
CLERK Data entry .
scheduling andt Iling,
must have good phone
skills. Hendnricks Turf,
Slarke 904-964-2231.
RN/LPN FT/PT Looking for
a change? Learn Dialy-
sis while gening paidl No
lifting, excellent benefits
No Sunday. 4 days a
week is full lime. Be part
of a great team o Pet's
and nurses. Call Marilyn
Rogers at 386-496-
6301,: .
LPN'S NEEDED Full time.
pan lime & PRN, to do
Income care. $18 to $20
per hour, flexible scned-
ule. Call 800-825-9873
LAND SURVEY help
wanJed. Experience re-
quired. Call 904-626-
0902.'





lNNUIIIT Cltlll
DIRECTOR,
ADVISING AND
STUDENT
DEVELOPMENT
This is a mid-level
administraie positron
responsible for planning.
organizing. ,tafring.
drect ng'reporting and
budgeting for the
Ad% i.ing'Sludeni
Qeetlopmnen area
Master sdegr'e mn student
personnel or closely related
field plus three year's
experience in
coun-selng/d advising/ -
.j.suRhjg.-Mist have
k rowl]ds..5rstaie/national
i- ,trend.s'inli .eQt
deieloprm..,
Salard: A50O. annually
pl0u benefti.
Application and material,
must amrve by Jul) 10.
2006. fpr guarnteed
coroideration.'
College applicaron and
iran.dVripL, required.
Pqiiion detail, and .
apphicinioi.are available on
oui eb sit at-
&ww.lakecitycc edu
Inquiries:
Human Resource
Development
Lake Cit) Community
College
149 SE f allege Place
Lake City, FL 32025
Phone: (386)754-4314
Fax- (386) 754-4594
E-mail.
boeitchergC-lakecitycc.edu
LCCC, accredited b) the
Souriem A lSciafirnn
of Giltege and Schrli
%P/ADA/EA/EO College in
Eduacion & Emplnymeni


WEEKEND SHIFTS
a% liable at 5-bed home
-inr Starke: Must have
two year caretaking or
medical experience, can
substitute college credit,
background and drug
.test required. Apply
ARC of Bradford 1351 S.
Water St., Starke FL
32091'. Call 904-964-
7699.
LOCAL SITE PREP &
earthmoving company is
accepting applications
for Class A CDL drivers,
finish grade operators,
mechanics, and labor-
ers.aPay vill equal expe-
rience. Only serious
team players need ap-
ply.Call 904-275-2328
or 904-588-3120 be-
tween 9am and 5pm for
further information.
THE CITY OF STARKE
itas a position open for
a Laborer in the Public
Works Department. Na-
ture of Work: Manual
work in connection with
various public works pro-
-grams. Performs a vad-
ely of routine and repeti.
live tasks, continuous
physical effort de.
handed In walking,
bending, standing and
Slifting or carrying equip-
ment, tools and material
while performing duties
i under varying weather
condltions.Examples of
Work: Performs manual


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65% preloaded/pretarped
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Competitive Salary Based on Exp.
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Call Kim at

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call 904-213-6040 or
www.claysheriff.com.
FULL TIME CUSTOMER_
Service Representative
for REDD Team Manu-
facturing, a Division of
Alcoa, located in Key-
stone Heights, FL: The
incumbent will coordi-
nate sales and quotes
for the Sales Team. Must
.be organized, motivated,
and team orientated.
Must be proficient in
Microsoft Office and in-
cluding MS Excel, MS
Word, and MS Outlook.
college degree desir-
able but not essential. 3-
5 years of experience in
customer service. Excel-
lent verbal and commu-
nications skills. Salary
$10.00-$122.00/hr. pOE.


Please fax or email re-
sumes to
. Maria.Gall@alcoa.com-
or fax to 352-473-1845.
No phone calls please.
DFWP. EEOC. Visit our
w e b s i t e :
www.reddteam.com or
www.alcoa.com.
PIANO-ACCOMPIANIST
for small (but growing),
Southern Baptist, South-
ern Gospel loving
Church in Raiford, FL;
Ability to play Hymns &
Praises choruses from
hymnal. Ability to read &
play arts, for- cboir re-
hearsals. Ability to read
& play special music for
choir performance when
necessary, music tracs
are usually used. This is
a compensated position.
Please mail resume to


work in digging and
backfilling excavations.
Handle heavy material
on construction, mainte-
nance and repair
projects. Install pipe, lay
bricks and blocks. Oper-
ate equipment such as
tractors, mowers, dump
trucks, chain saws and
various .hand tools.
Knowledge, Skills and
Abilities: Ability to lift
heavy objects and work
continuously undervary:
ing weather conditions.
Ability to understand and
follow written-and oral
instructions. Graduation
fromLHigh' School or
GED. Must have a valid
State of Florida Com-
mercial Drivers License
Class B. Must pass pre-
employment physical
and drug screen. Appli-
cation can be picked up
at the Bradford Career
Center located at 609
North Orange Street,
Starke Florida and re-
turned to same. Applica-
tions will be accepted
through the close of
business on Friday
July 4,2004. The City of
Starke is an .EOE.
THE CLAY COUNTY
Sheriff's Office has
openings for part time
school crossing guards.
Salary is $9.50 per hour
& Florida retirement.
EOE/Drug Free Work-
place. For application


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RESIDENCE LIFE
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Perform all duties
associated with a college
do,m including procxesng
housing application .
housing a.ignmenrn.
stLpert isI.rg esideni,. and
plnnin a rid coordiniling
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required
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our web site at:
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Human Resource
Development
Lake Cily Communilty
College
149 SE College Place
Lake City, FL 32025
Phone: (386) 754-4314
Fax: (386) 754-4594
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Church, PO Box 338,'
Raiford, FL 32083. Attn:
Bobby Keefe, Minister of
Music, or call 386-431-
1066 and leave a mes-
sage. We will return your
call.
THE FLORIDA DEPART-
MENT of Corrections
Reception and Medical
Center is hiring certified
and non certified correc-
tional officer. What it
takes to become a State
Correctional Officer 19
years of age or older,
High School graduate or
equivalent, United
States Citizen, Success-
fully pass the Basic Ap-
titude Test, physical
exam/drug test, no
felony convictions, no
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false statement, good
moral character, suc-
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basic recruit training.
Annual Salary: non cer-
tified $1056.08 bi weekly-
or certified $1161.69 b-
weekly. To get started on-
your career contact: Of
ficer R. Thomas, Re--
cruitment Officer, Re-
ception and Medical
Center, P.O. Box 628,
Lake Butler, Florida
32054. Phone 386-496-
6165 or 386-496-6095.
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One of the area's largest Building Centers is
looking for full-time Yard Personnel. The people
we are looking for are: dependable; hard
working; have a class E drivers license; have a-
good driving record; are familiar with the Lake-
Region area; and like working with, people; These-
positions are full time with an occasional need for -
overtime. The company is located in Keystone
Heights, Fla.

Ifyou meet these qualifications and are looking
for" a career opportunity, not just a job, then
please call 352-473-9991 and ask for Holly to-
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e-mail hjedwl @bellsouth.net, your resume and
salary requirements to arrange for an interview.

Keystone Building Center is an equal opportunity
employer, and a drug free workplace.


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Must have -valid driver's license and transportation.


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S P.O. Box 24345 Jacksonvile, FL 322241
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SFCC offers training for locals in fighting fires


BY DUSTIN HORN
Telegraph Staff Writer
Local firefighters practiced
their technique during a
training exercise in Starke on
Saturday as part of the-
Firefighter 1 course being
offered for the first time by
Santa Fe Community College.
The course is being offered
in response to a new
requirement by the state of
Florida for volunteer
firefighters to have 160 hours
of class and training, said
Michael Flanagan, assistant
.professor and clinical
coordinator for EMS and fire at
Santa Fe Community College.
All volunteer firefighters,
regardless of experience, are
being required to take _his
course to continue
volunteering.
"They are a good
department," Flanagan said.
"They are doing this because
they want to be firefighters and
for the community."
Bradford County is paying
the fees for the volunteers to
take this course, Flanagan said.
The volunteers have to make
time for the course considering
they all have other jobs -and
their shifts to fill at their lire
stations, said Santa Fe
'instructor and city of Starke
firefighter David Young.,
Although many of the
volunteers do have significant
.experience, they seem to
recognize the need for the
'additional training.
"I think it's a very good
learning experience," said
Jamie McDaniel, a volunteer
firefighter in Sampson Cit\
"You can never get too much
training."
McDaniel has been j
volunteer firefighter for four
years. He said he loves the
excitement and randomness of



Where can,

one cool off

this

summer?

BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Summer is here and it's hot.
No surprise there, but what
is one to do about it? Hdw do
you combat those temperatures
that climb into the 90s and
:even approach 100?
Well; one way is to take a
dip. Unfortunately, despite the
area's abundance of lakes,
there are few options for the
public, unless you live on a
lake or know someone who
does.
A couple of motels in Starke
allow the public to use their
pools. The Days Inn and
Deluxe Inn charge $3 for the
use of their pools, while the
Best Western charges $4.
Please call those respective
motels at (904) 964-7600
(Days Inn), (904) 964-6784
(Deluxe Inn) or (904) 964-
6744 (Best Western) for more
information.
| 'The Keystone Heights area
offers swimmers two options.
One is Keystone Beach, a
public park that sits on .Lake.
Geneva. It not only offers lake
access, but the Geneva Jungle
playground, a volleyball net,
picnic tables and pavilion.
Admission is free to the beach,
which is located on S.R. 21.
If you drive through
.Keystone and keep heading
north on S.R. 21, you will
eventually come to Mike
Roess Gold Head Branch State
Park. Park visitors can take a
swim in Little Lake Johnson.
The swimming area of the
lake is behind the recreation
Building and picnic area. It has
a beach of white sand, which
wits what led to the. eventual
S closing of the lake to
swimmers.
During the construction of
Gold Head, which began in
S 1935, sand was pumped from
the middle of the lake to create
the beach. That left a. large
hole in the middle of the'.lake
that was approximately 13 feet
depno
'That hole posed a danger to
S swimmers when the lake level


receded because of drought
conditions ~- swimming was

See SWIM, p. 2C


firefighting and doesn't mind
being woken up in the middle
of the night for fire calls.
Derrick Dowdy, a 16-year
veteran volunteer firefighter in


Starke, said he doesn't mind
operating on a lack of sleep
either. As for the course, he
said it can be tough at times,
but it offers really good


information.
Young, along
Flanagan, guided
firefighters through
training on Saturday.


With their masks covered
with with wax paper to simulate the
the lack of visibility in a real fire,
their the firefighters were required to
crawl into a house, two at a


time, carrying a heavy fire
hose. Using only their hands

See TRAINING, p. 8C


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SWIM
Continued from p. 1 C

.prohibited. -The hole was
eventually filled and the lake
reopened.
S Visitors can also rent a
canoe for use on the lake.
Rental fees are $4 per hour,
$10 per half day (four hours)
and $20 per day (eight hours).
- -Fishing is also allowed.
! Admission-to Gold Head,
which is open 8 a.m.-sundown,
S is $4 per vehicle (limit eight
people per vehicle), or $3 for a
single vehicle occupant, and
$3 per motorcycle (one or two
people). There is a .$1 per
person fee for pedestrians,
bicyclists and extra passengers
S in vehicles.


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BY LINDSJY KIRKLAND
Telegraph Staff Writer
During the Fourth of July
holiday, many people turn to
home fireworks displays,
especially since the burn bans
have been lifted in Bradford
and Union counties and the
Keystone Heights area.
These type of fireworks can
easily be found as the holiday
approaches.
For instance, a tent in the
Wal-Mart SuperCenter parking
lot has been set up so a
traveling youth softball team
can raise money.
The team, called the
Gainesville Warriors, is
composed of youth up to 18
years old. The Warriors
comprise" members' from
different areas, including Kelly.
Riddick from Starke.
Members of the Gainesville
Warriors, with help from some
parents, are selling the
fireworks from a larger
company and receive a portion
of the proceeds.
The team's fireworks tent
has almost every type of
firework imaginable-Smoke
Balls, Morning Glorys, ones
with strobe effects, monster
trucks, Ammo Smoke, Tequila
Sunrise, Sunflowers, Glittering
Fountains, Rain Dances, Pink
Diamonds, California candles,
Blistering Sky, Mad Dogs and
even a type called Killerbees.
Of course, there is the family
favorite and old
standby-sparklers.
The tent opened Tuesday
and will continue to be open
through July 4. The hours are
from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m.

Fireworks can be
health. hazards
With every type of firework
comes the inner need for some
people to see things go boom
in a bigger and better way.
However, it is important,to
know the difference between
what is legal and what is not,
and then how to use the legal
ones safely.
M-80s, M-100s, quarter
pounders and blockbusters are
not fireworks, but explosives
that have been banned since
1966, according to the
Consumer Product Safety
Commission and the National
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Members of the Gainesville Warriors softball
team, Alisa Ring (left) and Michele Maxson,
practice at the cash register in preparation for
their first customers. Ring has selected a
value pack of fireworks and an American flag,
and as with every purchase, she gets a free
Dr. Pepper.


These types of devices can
seriously harm and even be
fatal. If a dealer is selling these
types of explosives, contact a
local law enforcement agency.
Explosive devices should
not be used, unless it is clearly
labeled as a firework with the


name of the item, the
manufacturer's name and
proper instructions. Do not
mix chemicals to make a
homemade firework.
CPSC said fireworks are not
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LEFT: Lt. Barry Warren measures Chase Little so they know what height to put on the ID card. ABOVE, LEFT:
Margie Hall explains the program to the parents who brought their children in to be printed. ABOVE, RIGHT:
Madison Bennett (at right) grins for the camera while mom Heather Bennett (at left) grins at Madison. BELOW:
Lt. Barry Warren helps Simone Hudson prepare to have her fingerprint scanned.


Free child ID cards

provided to help find

missing youngsters


BY MARCIA MILLER
Telegraph Staff Writer
Your 8-year-old daughter was
supposed to be waiting at the
park when you arrived after
work. Your neighbor always
picks her up after school, along
with her own kids, and they all
go to the park to play.
Today, you were 20 minutes
late and your daughter wasn't
there. OK, then she's probably at
the neighbor's house. You go
there and the neighbor said your
daughter was not with her
children at the school when she
arrived.
Sometimes you pick her up
early and don't bother to tell
your neighbor, so she didn't get
alarmed. Today, you didn't pick
her up early.
LEFT: Lt. Barry Warren focus
the camera that will record ai
image of each child directly i
the computer.


You call school officials and
even though it's after hours, they
check with your daughter's
teacher and the 'staff members
who were on duty at the -pick-up
area. No one saw your daughter
and no one knows where she
went after class.
You call everyone you can
think of and the people you can
reach have not seen her. Your
husband cruises the streets
around the school, the park and
your house, asking everyone he
sees about your, daughter. No
one knows, anything. Now,
you're frantic.
You go to the police
department and report her
missing. They need a description,
and a recent photo. You are so
upset, you can't even remember
what color her eyes are.
Your husband has to
,es drive back home to find a
n photo they can use on the
nto
See PRINT, p. 7C


Tree ID book
is now
available
With hundreds of different
species of trees growing in
Florida and throughout the
Eastern and Central regions of
the United States, the average
person might be hard-pressed to
recognize and name more than
just a handful.
"What Tree Is That," a.
unique 72-page pocket guide
,available from The National
Arbor Day. Foundation, makes
this detective work fun and
*easy by showing how to
'identify trees in a simple step-
by-step process .
The guide book begins by
noting, the, distinguishing
characteristics that separate one
tree species from another.
Dozens of richly detailed
drawings accurately illustrate
the specific shapes and textures
of different leaves, needles,
acorns, berries, seed pods,
cones and other identifying
features.
Popular trees such as oaks,"
maples, firs and pines are
covered. The pocket guide also
goes beyond these. familiar
species to include the lesser-
known horsechestnut and
mockernut hickory, sassafras
and shadbush, persimmon and
pawpaw, and pagodatree and
pecan.
"Helping people enjoy and,
appreciate trees is central to the
educational mission of the
Arbor Day Foundation," John
Rosenow, the foundation's
president, said.. "Being able to
identify trees is important to
knowing how to care for them
and how to plant the right tree
in the right place."
'To obtain your tree ID guide,
send'your name and address and
$3 for' each guide to "What
Tree Is That," The National
Arbor Day Foundation,
Nebraska City, NE 68410, or
go online to www.arborday.org
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Area teens learn money skills in summer program


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
You're married, with a
couple of children, and trying
to create and maintain a budget
based upon your salary. What
--.-do you do if ybu find it hard to
make ends meet'?
How about giving away one
of your children?
OK, that's not an option,
%though 'several students at
Operation Money Watch, held
at the Santa Fe Community
College Andrews Center in
Starke, pondered just that. No
harm, though. The students


were merely participating in
one of several exercises during
the weeklong program that
taught teenagers, ages 12-18,
about fiscal responsibility.
This was the first yeaY the
.program, which was presented
by Consumer Credit
Counseling Services of Mid-
Florida Inc. and sponsored by
Capital City Bank, was held in
Starke after an unsuccessful
attempt to host the program
last year. Not enough people
signed up for the program to
be carried out last year, but 16
teens signed up for this time
'around.


Tyler Moore (left) and Chelsea Ricks were two of 16
who participated in Operation Money Watch.


Cheryl Canova, the director
of the Andrews Center, said
the program will be offered
again next year. She
anticipates having an
attendance even closer to the
20-25 maximum.
"I think we will have more
next year because of the
positive reaction we had this
year," Canova said.
The program ran for five
days (June 5-9) and taught
participants such skills as how
to create and maintain a
budget, keeping an accurate
bank account, financing a
college education and building
and maintaining credit, as well
as preparing themselves for job
interviews and learning about
identity theft.
Judy Collins of Consumer
Credit Counseling Services of
Mid-Florida Inc., who taught
the five-day course, was joined
by guest speakers such as Jeff
Oody, Valerie Hoffler and
Vorease Jones of Capital City
Bank, Judy Dukes and Jim
Lewis of Communities in
Schools, Scott Roberts of
Roberts Insurance, Jimmy
Yawn of Santa Fe Community
College and Sgt. Bill Brown of
the Starke Police Department.
Students also took field trips
to Capital City Bank in Starke,
the Federal Reserve branch in
Jacksonville and the Avenues
Mall in Jacksonville.
Canova said the teens
enjoyed their trip to the mall,
in which they had to break up
into groups and participate in
See MONEY, p. 8C


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, | BIRTHS


William E. Maust IV


Ellen Marie Robertson and
Danny Allen Nugent Sr. were
married May 12, 2006, in New
York.
The bride is the daughter of
David L. Holtje of Ft. Pierce
and the late Marjore J. Holtje.
She is a graduate of Bay Shore
High School in New York.


The groom is the son of
Hannah Nugent Frolich of
Keystone Heights and the late
Leslie H. Nugent. Hl is a
graduate of Bradford High
School.
The couple owns the Scrub
Hut. They live in. Bradford
County.


WORTH NOTING


BHS Class of
1986 is
planning a
reunion
The Bradford High School
Class of 1986 is planning a
20-year reunion.
A meeting is scheduled for
Thursday, July 6, 6:30 p.m., at
Western Steer Steak House to
mail out information about the
20-year class reunion.
Those attending are urged to
bring contact information
about classmates, especially e-
mail addresses.
Classmates who are unable
to attend the meeting may
contact Tammy Dempsey
Winkler at (904) 964-4903, or
Traci' .' ailk,,.St ruling at ,.(9,4.,.
' 964-9" 11.



BHS Class of
1974 is
planning a
reunion
Bradford High School-Class
of 1974 is planning a reunion.
A meeting is set for Saturday,
July 15, at 2 -p.m., at the
Western Steer Steak House.
Anyone interested in a
reunion ne\L year is invited.


A meditation and stress control
workshop is held every Thursday at
6:30 p.m. at the Senior Health Care
Center. Call to register (904) 782-
1069.
The Alachua County
Organization for Rural Needs
(ACORN) Clinic offers free
mammograms and annual pap
smears to women 50 and older who
have little or no health insurance.
S Hours: Mon.Thurs., 8:30 a.m.-5
p.m.; Tuesday night clinic, 7-9 p.m.;
Friday, 8:30 -11 a.m. ACORN is
located in Brooker. Call (352) 485-
1133.


Sylisa Waters and
Joseph Greek


Waters and

Greek to wed


Micheal and Doris Teston of
Lake Butler and Stanley and
Tanya Waters of Lake City
announce the upcoming
marriage of their daughter,
Sylisa Waters, to Joseph
Greek, son of George and
Carolyn Greek of Lake Butler:
The bride-elect, is a 2005
graduate of Union County
High .School. She .is the
granddaughter of Doris
Elixson and the late Donald
Elixson.
The groom-elect is a 2003
graduate of UCHS.
The wedding will take place
at 3 p.m. on Friday, July 14,
2006, in Faith Baptist, Church
in Lake Butler.
A reception will follow the
ceremony,. at Lake Butler
Community Center. e
Family and friends are
invited.


Carrie Ann Frysinger


Mary Helen and Merrill
Griffis


Griffises to
celebrate 50th
anniversary
Merrill and Mary Helen
Griffis of Starke were married
on June 23, 1956, in St.
George, Ga.
The couple has four
children: Rodney Griffis,
Sussie Perry, Darlene plasters,
Marilyn Register; eight
grandchildren, Chasitiy Davis,
Darrell Perry, Amanda Hardee,
Dusty Griffis, Logan Register,
Dalton Register, Rachael Bison
and Kyle Plaster; and six great-
grandchildren.
Friends and family will host
a 50th wedding anniversary
party on Saturday, July 1, at
Starke Country Club.
beginning at 7 p.m.
Family and friends are
invited.
No gifts please.


Jim and Louise Phillips


Phillips to

celebrate 60t
wedding

anniversary
Jim and Louise Phillips
Melrose were married on Ji
13, 1946, in Jacksonville. Th
lived in Jacksonville for
years before moving to t
Keystone Heights area
years ago.
They have two daughter
Linda Sterling and Darle
Ricketson, four grandchildr
Shawn, Gabriel, Dayvin a
Chloe, and three ,gre;
grandchildren, McKenz
Kayla and Henry.
The couple will celebr;
their anniversary with a fari
cruise in the fall.
4


Carrie

Frysinger
Curtis and Brenda Frysinger
of Keystone Heights announce
the birth of their daughter,
Carrie Ann Frysinger, on June
12, 2006, in Gainesville. She
joins a brother, Timothy.
Maternal grandparents are
Ronald and MaryAnn Manna
of Branford.
Maternal great-grandparents
are Albert and Cecelia Manna
of Deland.
Paternal grandparents are
Gary and Kay Frysinger of
Lake City.
Paternal great-grandmother
is Dortha White of Venice.

Birth announcements are
considered news and are a
free service of the Bradford
County Telegraph, Union
County Times and Lake
Region Monitor.
Announcements are
edited for style and content.
A 1-col. photo may be
included for S12.


Lawsons to
celebrate
40th


anniversary
William E. Lawson Jr. and
Sarah "Janet" Parmenter
Lawson will celebrate their
40th wedding anniversary on
Saturday, June 17, 2006. They
both grew up in Starke and
attended Bradford High School.
s Bill and Janet live in metro
Atlanta. They have four
children, Cindy Melchior,
Karen Vitello,' April Fowler
a nd MNlichjel Lai.son. and s;\
grandchildren, Jjmes Melchior,
:h Marcus Melchior, Todd
Melchior, Whitney Fowler,
Teela Vitello and Ashton
Fowler.
Anyone wanting to send well
wishes in time for a surprise
of party on Saturday, July I, can
uly mail them c/o April Fowler,
iey 3129 Lee Circle, Buford, GA
40 30518, or e-mail
the kvitello@preferredwomens.com
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Sarah Romanio-Maust and
Billy Maust of Starke
announce the birth of their
son, William "Liam" Edwin
Maust IV, on May 30, 2006,
at North Florida Regional
Women's Center in
Gainesville.
Liam weighed 7 pounds, 12
ounces and measured 21
inches in length.
Maternal grandparents are
Ronnie and Darlene Romanio
of Starke.
Paternal grandparents are
Bill and Eoline Maust of
Tallahassee.


Ashlyn. Waters
Rudy and Michelle Waters
of Lawtey announce the birth
of their daughter, Ashlyn
Danielle Waters, on May 27,
2006, in Gainesville.
Ashlyn weighed 7 pounds,
10 ounces. She joins two
sisters, Samantha, 10, and
Hailey, 5.


Jayden Ray Daugherty


Jayden

Daugherty
Jason and Ciera Daugherty
of Alachua announce the birth
of their son, Jayden Ray
Daugherty, on June 1, 2006, in
Starke.
Maternal grandparents are
Michael and Kara Lemire and
Katherine Searfoss of Starke.
Maternal great-grandmother
is Pauline Lemire.
Paternal grandparents are
Ray and Sheila Daugherty of
Starke.



Maternal grandparents are
Ronnie and Wahda, Sapp of
Lawtey.
Maternal great-grandmothers
are Hazel Sapp of Lawtey and
Willie Hayes of Starke.
Paternal grandparents are
Danny and Beth Waters of


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7 3 Union County

lifters named to

d.& .dL d&* a Sun all-area teams


KHHS softball team hands

out awards, says goodbye
ABOVE: Four players received awards at the Keystone Heights High
School softball team's season-ending banquet. Pictured (from left) are
Kellie Spaulding, MaryAnne McCall, Kasey Fagan and Michelle Houser.
Spaulding received the offensive player award after batting .433 during
the regular season and .778 during the postseason, while McCall
received the defensive player award with an ERA of 1.35 during the
regular season and an ERA of .22 during the postseason. McCall also
had a perfect fielding percentage during the postseason after an
average of .973 during the regular season. McCall and Spaulding were
also named co-MVPs. Fagan was recognized for her 16 career home
runs and received the scholar athlete award for a 4.2 GPA. Houser,
playing her first year on varsity, received the most improved award. Her
.372 batting average was third-highest on the team. LEFT: Assistant
coach Ollie Powell was honored at the banquet as well. Powell retired
after a 10-plus-year career with the program.


STARKE RECREATION DEPARTMENT SOFTBALL RESULTS


The Starke Recreation
Department summer softball
season began June 5 with a
pair of small fry games.
Kurt Willis hit two home
runs and Sam Nicol hit one as
the Reds defeated the Tigers
18-9.
Alex Green and Tessa
Ricker each scored four runs
for the Reds, while Willis
scored three. Rachel Ricker
Shianne Cassels and Tavien
Young scored two runs each.'
McKenzie Crawford hit a
home run for the Tigers, while
Ginger McDonald scored two
of the team's runs. Adam
Wilson hit two doubles.
The other small fry game of,..,
the daj sa\, the A's and the
Mets finish deadlocked at 5-
all.
Johnny Daugherty scored
two runs, for the A's, while
Shelby Parrish, Jordan
Daugherty and Jacob Hake
each scored one.
The Mets had two runs
scoredby Ty Johnson, while
Madison Welch. Dalton Page
and Macey Fulgham each
scored one.
*Caley Barber and T.J.
Hardenbrook each scored four
runs to. help lead the Indians to,
a 2.1-2 \' in over the Cardinals
in; a junior game on June 6.


The Indians also got three
runs each from Duke Atteberry
and Sean Hanson, while Andre
Canady and Justin McBride


had two runs each.
Kr i s t e n Hardenbrook,
Alexander Wilson and Bobby
Atteberry also scored.


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scored by Jacob Johnson and
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BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
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Ricky Westfall and Kevin
Alexander were both first-team
Gainesville Sun all-area
weightlifting selections, while
their teammate Donnie Clyatt
was a second-team pick.


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eighth in the 169-pound class
at the Class A with a total of
560 pounds, while Alexander,
another graduate, finished
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the finals with a 660-pound
total.
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Keystone Heights junior-to-be
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fliers they plan to send out. She hasn't been weighed or had
height measured since she went to the doctor before school star
and she's grown at least an inch since then. You guess at her hei,
and weight.
The police department has officers canvassing the neighbor'o
asking everyone about your daughter. They notify all the L
enforcement agencies in a wide area and give them her descripti
They send out fliers with her picture, but you just want her fou
NOW. Both you and your husband are terrified.
Then a miracle happens. Your sister had left her cell phone in
car when you called earlier. She finally got your message and cal
back. She has your daughter. You forgot your sister was taking I
to the mall and to a movie today.
Your daughter didn't forget. She had walked to the comer al
school where your sister had said she would pick her up. The ter


LittleSydney.-Clemons-was.-none too sure she wanted,
little help from her grandma, 'Barblara Dickens, she go
the other kids. Lt. Barry Warren helped with the proci
center) was not as reluctant as his coi


her
ted
ght
od,


evaporates into relief and embarrassment that so many police
officers were looking for your daughter when she was not really
missing. But all the officers said they would rather have it turn out
this way than have her be really missing.
That scenario, with variations, has played out more than once at
the Starke Police Department. Margie Hall, director of the SPD Kid
Print program, said most of the time it turns out to be a false alarm
and that pleases everyone. However, Kid Print was started as a way
to prepare for the instances that are not false alarms.


aw Kid Print provides photo IDs that include a description of the
on. child and an electronically scanned fingerprint. Home addresses and
Lnd phone numbers are'not on the cards in case they are lost and get
picked up by someone else. SPD's phone number is printed on the
the card.
led Having" the photos and information already on record
her significantly cuts down on the time it takes to notify law
enforcement and news agencies about a missing child. In a real
after child abduction, time is of the essence.
rror "Within less than three seconds, we can notify every news agency
and law enforcement agency all over the
world, if we need to," said Hall. "If the
parents call us, we can send the
notifications before they even reach the
station."
SPD provides the IDs free of charge to
any parent or guardian who wants one. The
information is also kept in digital form, so
even if the cards are lost, SPD can still
prepare fliers and provide accurate
information to area law enforcement-or to
law enforcement in other states, or even
other countries.
The information is not kept in a
computer that is accessible to the Internet.
When SPD is notified about a missing
child, Only the .photo, fingerprint and
',.,. description are transferred by floppy disk
J.. to a computer from which a mass e-mail
,can be sent. All other information is kept in
a computer that is isolated from the Internet
V J' and password protected. Only Hall and
Police Chief Gordon Smith know the
I password.
1Hackers can't get the information
because it's kept in a system that has no
Internet connection," said Hall.
She said the digital format is also much
better than other formats. "If a parent
brings in an actual photo and we fax that, it
often comes out too dark. A faxed
',. fingerprint loses a lot of definition.
S ,., Sending it digitally by e-mail provides very
clear information," she said.
It also ensures the information is
Available when it's needed," she said.
,Jr". "Nine times out of 10, the parents are so
upset and stressed (in the case of a missing
child), they can't find a photograph or
accurately describe the child. If they will
keep the photos up-to-date in the system,
we will always have what we need right
away."
Photos can be updated on a regular basis,
free of charge.
The Kid Print system is also compatible
with the Lost Child Alert Technical
Resource, system, called LOCATER. That
S system is free to any law enforcement
., :...' agency that asks for it and provides the
technology needed to print lost child fliers.
Hall said 500 fliers could be printed within
S L" minutes through LOCATER.
SPD would e-mail the photo. and
,to.do this, but with a pertinent information (which would. not
t an ID card just like include the child's address or phone
ess. Chase Little (at number.) to agencies that have LOCATER
usin. and they would print fliers. If an agency


doesn't have LOCATER, SPD. would simply get the flier ready and
then e-mail the flier itself.
Hall said SPD's Chief Smith has made child safety a high priority
for his department. Four years ago, he used money seized from a
cocaine bust to buy the technology needed for the Kid Print program
and to provide the training needed for its use. LOCATER was
provided free to the department.
The supplies needed to print the cards are provided by SPD funds
and by donations from Wal-Mart and the Rainbow Center.
Kid Print can also be used for adults with diminished capacity,
like Alzheimer's patients or mentally handicapped people who are
not likely to be able to tell someone where they live if they are lost.
If a parent or guardian wants to have their child added to the 375
who are already in the Starke Kid Print system, all he or she has to
do is call Hall at (904) 964-5400 between the hours of 8 a.m. and 5
p.m. Monday through Friday.
"I just need five or 10 minutes notice to get ready, and it's
completely free," said Hall.
The process only takes about 10-15 minutes to complete and
more than one ID card can be printed. A parent or guardian does
need to sign the paperwork, however, to provide permission to have
the fingerprint and photo taken.
The child need not be a resident of Bradford County, either. At
one Kid Print session held at Wal-Mart last year, a man had all of
his kids fingerprinted before they returned overseas. "I told him that
if they went missing overseas, all he had to do was call and we
would be able to send the information there as well," said Hall.
It should be noted that the Kid Print fingerprints are not included
in the fingerprint database used to identify criminal suspects, said
Hall. "They are completely separate," she said.


Margie Hall (right) helps Julia Waring wet her finger
with a saline solution before pressing it to the
fingerprint scanner. Mom Kelli Waring looks on.


SSTARKE REC. DEPT. SOFTBALL RESULTS


The Red Sox scored all 13
of their runs in the first two
innings en route to defeating
the Royals 13-6 in a junior
game on June 6.
Five players scored two runs
each for the Red Sox: Tierney
Tyre, Stephen McDonald,-
Courtney Stanton, Keith Baker
and ,Taquandra 'Diggs.
Matthew Wilkinson, Delon
Harper and Quarmaine Smith
each scored one.
Michael Ortega, Devin
Paulk and Lanie Rodgers each
scored twice for the Royals.
-Molly Crawford scored
three runs for the Tigers, but
they finished in a 6-all tie
against the Mets in a small fry
game on, June 7.
The Tigers also got two runs
from Adam Wilson and one,
run from McKenzie Crawford.
Macey Fulgham scored ,
twice for the Mets, while
Amberlyn Pilcher, Ty Johnson,
.Amanda Young and Andre
Hampton each scored once.
*Duke Atteberry scored
three runs for the Indians in


TEAMS
Continued from p. 6C

the Class A meet. with a 535-
pound total.
Clyatt, a senior-to-be, was
actually the highest finisher at
the state finals from Union,
placing third.in the 129-pound
class with a 440-pound total.
That placed Clyatt 15 pounds
behind state champion Travis
Davis of Interlachen, who was
the Sun's first-team selection.
The Gainesville Sun also
recently released its all-area
honor roll, 'recognizing
students for their performance
-in athletics and in the
classroom. Kasey Nobles was
the only student from either
Union County, Bradford or
Keystone Heights high schools
selected. Nobles, a recent
Union graduate, had a 3.5
GPA and accepted a football
scholarship from Houston's
Rice University.


their 11-6 win over the Royals
in a junior game on June 8.
Sean Hanson :scored twice
for the victors, while Kristen,
Hardenbrook and Mallory
Perkinson each scored once.


. Dustin Elder scored twice
for the Royals, while
Quarmaine Smith, Ashley
Morris, Lanie Rodgers and
Savannah Cooper each scored
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BOOM
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toys. They can burn and ignite
clothing and surrounding
areas.
Fireworks should never be
given to children (sparklers
can be dangerous if used
improperly and without adult
supervision).
If in doubt, check with the
Starke PD to determine if
fireworks can be set off legally
in a particular area.
Additional information,
including a list of legal
sparklers, can be found at the
state fire marshal's Web site at
www.fldfs.com/sfm.
According to CPSC,


approximately "9,600 people
were treated for firework-
related injuries in 2004."
Illegal and homemade
fireworks account for 30-33
percent of those injuries
through the past 10 years.
Dr. Pete Gianas, chief of
staff and emergency 4oom
director at Shands Starke and
emergency medical director
for four counties, said the
hospital does see firework-
related injuries, but not in a
high abundance.
He said only minor injuries
have occurred in the area over
the past five years. Damages
included fires, eye injuries,.
burns and hand injuries.
"We've been fortunate in
Bradford County not to have
the major injuries," he said.


Tips on choosing
safe fireworks
To help everyone in the
surrounding counties continue
this tradition of safely
celebrating the July 4th holiday,
the Starke PD has compiled
these tips from the Consumer
Product Safety Commission
and the National Council on
Fireworks Safety.
They recommend
consumers:
Always read and follow
label directions.
Have an adult present.
Buy from reliable
sellers.
Use fireworks outdoors
only.
Always have water
handy (a garden hose, a
bucket of water or even a
fire extinguisher).
Never experiment or
make your own fireworks.
Light only one firework
at j lime
Ne'er relight a "dud"
fire\%ork (wait 15 to 20
minutes. and then soak it in
a bucket of water).
Ne\er give fireworks to
small children.
If necessary, store
fireworks in a cool, dry
place
Dispose of fireworks
properly by soaking them in
water. Then make sure they
are placed in the trashcan.
Neter throw or point
fireworks at other people.
--N-evercarry fireworks
in sour pocket.
Ne er shoot off
fireworks in a container that
did not come with the
firework. This includes
metal and glass containers.
The fireworks shooter
should always wear eye
protection. No part of the
bod\ should be hanging over
the 1irework.
Stay away from illegal
explosives and homemade
explosive devices.


MONEY
Continued from p. 4C


various exercises. For
example, students had to
compare sale prices at different
stores and determine which
was the best -bargain,
determine' if a particular sale
Was actually a bargain and try
to find .clothes appropriate for
a particular job based upon a
$100 budget.
When the exercises were
over, the teens had the
opportunity to go shopping for
real, using their own money.
The cost of the program was
$30, with $15 going toward
opening a savings account at
Capital City Bank.
Canova said the inaugural
program was a a--good
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forward to the Andrews Center
hosting it again next year.
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training In the Firefighter 1 course offered at Santa Fe Community College.


TRAINING
Continued from p. 1C

and .instructions from Young,
the firefighters had to locate a
1,50-pound mannequin and drag
it out of the house. After the
mannequin was removed, other


members of the team entered
with the_ hose to simulate
extinguishing a fire.
The class began in April and
ends in July, after which the
students will have to take a
state exam, said Flanagan,
They meet every Tuesday,
'Thursday and every other
Saturday. .. ..


Flanagan is also a volunteer
firefighter in Theressa. He said
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If the course was not offered
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