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Thursday, July 13, 2006


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94th Year 14th Issue 50 CENTS


FHP turns over bus crash investigation results


BY JAMES REDMOND
Times Staff Writer
Nearly six months after an
accident claimed the lives of
seven Union County children,
the Florida Highway Patrol has
completed its investigation into
the case.
Spencer Mann, spokesman
for the state attorney's office in
the Eighth Judicial Circuit,
confirmed that FHP Homicide
Investigator Cpl. Jimmy
Starling has turned over his
findings in the case to State
Attorney Bill Cervone.
"The documents from the
investigation are more than
two inches high," Mann said.
"It will take-. some-time for us
to go through the case and
determine what charges, if any,
will be filed."
Mann confirmed that
Cervone had the documents in
his personal possession. Mann
said Cervone will go over the
case while out of town for a
seminar. He did not' say
exactly how long it take for
charges to be brought.
"I suspect it will be at least a
couple weeks before anything
is decided," Mann said. "If
there are questions and things


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Above is the site of the one of the worst accidents in
Union County history. During the weeks and months
since the accident, friends, relatives and strangers have


turned the site into a shrine for the seven child
lost their lives due to the accident.


n ad to be further investigated,
it couldTak~evenronger-"-..
He also said while the state
attorney had no timeline in
When he would file charges, he
understood many in Union
County were interested in what
the findings were.
Because of the ongoing
investigation, Mann said he
could not reveal any details of
the report. He did say he was
: aare that several people aided
Starling in his investigation.
I._. know an expert in the
trucking industry, experienced
w '. ith these types of crashes and
trucking rules and regulations,
SL ', was hired to help," Mann said.
"The Florida Department of
Transportation Department of
Motor Carrier Compliance was
also involved."
; He said he was unsure if
results form the National
"" "Transportation Safety Board
and other investigating
agencies were used in FHP's
findings.
The report comes nearly six
months to the day that Cynthia
ren who Nicole. '"Nikki" Mann, 15,
Elizabeth Mann, 15, Ashley


See CRASH, p. 2A


Crosby and Clark admit guilt


A slippery situation.........


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor
Caught with their hands in
the proverbial cookie jar, the
former secretary of the Florida
Department of Correctioffs and.
his protdg6 entered guilty pleas
over the last week to charges


of corruption.
James "Jimmy" Crosby and
Allen "A.C." Clark entered
plea agreements that will force
them to repay money received
,in an illegal kickback scheme
and could. put them in prison
for up to 10 years.
At a federal courthouse in
Jacksonville on Tuesday,
Crosby, the fqrmer DOC
secretary, pleaded guilty to
accepting -kickbacks from a
vending subconlracior serving
the prison system and admitted
he was in treatment foralcohol'
abuse.
He is free on an unsecured
$50,000 bond while awaiting
sentencing. His plea agreement
will protect him from further
charges but also commits him
-to continue cooperating with
ongoing investigations into
departmental corruption.


Clark, a former regional
prisons director who abruptly
resigned under investigation in
August 2005, entered a similar
plea agreement last week.
Both were acctUged of
orchestrating' and profiting
from a scheme involving a
subcontractor hired to collect
cash from canteens run by a
separate contractor. The
subcontractor paid Crosby and
.Clark 40 percent kickbacks in
exchaniie fO-ra-contraet-with-_
the prison system.
Just as' .Crosby and Clark
were linked as acquaintances,
the subcontractor was also
apparently an acquaintance
from Gainesville.
SWhile court papers only refer


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The map above shows all the houses within Union County and all the calls EMS has
run since January 1.

Commissioners scrap idea for new station


Top: A lane is blocked off
while crews work to
remove diesel fuel from
the roadway. Right: Wilco
Warren helps direct traffic
while members of the
AAG Environmental team
remove oil dry from the,
roadway.


On July 6, Union County
commissioners voted 5-0 to
scrap the idea of putting a new
emergency medical services
station in the county.
The idea came about when'
the town of Worthington
Springs approached the county


about turning over the town's
fire station to get an ambulance
stationed in the town 24 hours
a daN.
Before making their
decision. EMS Director Allen
Parrish presented the board
with ,several options as to
where'the new station- should
be located (see related story).
His study concluded that the


southwest section of the
county would serve the most
residents based on the data he
had gathered.
He explained the average
response times -to all parts of
the county. He also explained
how the county obtained a

See RESCUE, p. 3A


On July 11, a tractor trailer traveling through Lake,Butler struck a piece of debris in
the roadway causing the fuel tank on its refrigeration unit to leak. Crews from the
Union County Volunteer Fire Department, Lake Butler Volunteer Fire rescue and
Florida Division of Forestry helped get the fuel contained and reroute traffic until a
environmental cleaning team could respond to completely remove the fuel from the
roadway.


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Page 2A UNION COUNTY TIMES July 13, 2006


CRASH
Continued from p. 1A

Keen, 14, Johnny Mann,
Miranda Finn, 10, Heav
Mann, 3 and Anthony Lar
20 months, were killed wh
Alvin Wilkerson, 31,
Jacksonvfille failed to stop fc
Union County school b
letting children off. The se'
children were in a car beh
the bus when Wilkerson's trt
ran into the car and then
bus.
Nine children on the b
were injured in the cra
Brenda Chandler, 1
Katherine Woods, 5, Ceci
Elixson, 15, Cody Vaughn,
Diana Lynn Murphy,
Richard Murphy Jr., 13, Jus
- -PoI6rman, 15, and Dalt
Sumner, I 1-;-'wee taken
local hospitals after the cra
Bbith Murphy children spe
more than a month in I
hospital followed by seve
months of physical theral
Both are home and expected
return to school Aug. 3.

Crash remembered
six months later
In the days and months sir
the accident, numero
monuments have been erecl
in memory of the sev
children. The most visible 1
directly at the site of the cra
on S.R. 121 South. Though t
weeds have grown tall whc
once only lay barron ground
people are still stopping a
paying their respects.
-One large: sign bears' t
names of those who lost thi
lives. Seven individual sigi
that have the words "Dri
Safely" on each, also bear t
children's names. The signs a
decorated with stuffed amma
and other, toys. Flowers ha
been, placed all 'around ti
memorial as well.
Signs of the accident are s
at the site as well. The o%% n
manual from the Pontiac
children were in, a piece of
air bag from the truck and r,
markings that help
investigators determine
cause-fthle cdrash- are all s
visible at the site All of th
are just a fighting reminder
what took place on that fate
afternoon. - .

LOCal offiTTalrec
the day
If you ask ,an local per
...- who knows about the trage
they simply wince at the n
mention of the event. Whi
the accident is widely kno
----aobut, it is not something t
is widely talkbeTabout in L;
Butler.
"It's an event most of
would just rather forget," s
Union County Sherif- Je
Whitehead. "Unforunatel.,
will be %what this county is b
known for besides its prisons
As in the past, he said,
event did bring the residents
this community closer.
"Even though this is a tig
knit community, this evi
brought everyone together i:
way that almost nothing e
could," Whitehead said. "To
national audience it was cl,
that Lake Butler and Uni
County' was a place whl
people (cared about c
another. There's not ma
places in the country wh,
that still happens."
S Rescue Chief Mike Banks s
it's not something 1
firefighters'bring up.
"We're all the time talk
about fires we've been t.
Banks said. "The bus crash
not 'an event that is tall
about at our station."
Banks said that all person
involved from his departm,
went through a critical incid,
stress debriefing the next d
The debriefing hel
emergency workers address I
feelings they are going throu
After a dramatic incident,
feels this helped his peo|
through.
He did sa\ that e\ery tim<
he does think about the ev
it does not seem, real to him.
S "It's like a scene out c
S_ movie." Banks said: .
Something .that happ
anywhere but here."
Banks and- three of


firefighters performed
operations necessary to rem
the bodies ;of the se'
children from the %wreckage.
Offce of.. Emerget
Managemen'i"Direct bo( D
York said he doesn't think it
day he'll ever forget.
"When I arrived on scene
I remember 'is seein' h
children lying eer'vher
York said. "At that point
knew we hp.d a large event
our hands.")'
He said he had dispatch
enlist as much aid as could


gathered at the time. To his
relief agencies from all over
the area responded.
"If I learned anything from
this incident it's that when
called upon during a major
13, event, help is available," York
'en said. "Without the help the
nb, countless agencies that
hen responded that day, I'm not
of sure how we would have
r a gotten through."
bus
ven
ind
uck Suggestions made
the but no changes
In the days and weeks after
sh. the accident local officials
sh7 gathered to discuss what
i changes could be made to
Ilia make things 9afer for buses
13, dropping off children on S.R.
13, 121. Many suggestipns_-we-re
'tin discussed-" bif to date no
ton- changes have been put into
sh. place. Ideas to completely
sh n remove the buses from the
ent highway while-picking up or
ral dropping off children, change
ral speed limits and looking at
Py. better ways to warn drivers the
to buses are loading or unloading
children have gone unacted
upon. Whitehead said the lack
of implementation comes from
the variety of issues that must
be addressed.
cnee "We can't just say 'this is a
us good idea' and put it in place,"
ted
en Whitehead said. "Not only do
ies we have to show it will help,
ash but we must get funding for it
he as well."
ere One of the specific ideas
id, suggested was that the county
nd find ways to create areas along
S.R. 121 that buses could pull
he off into to pick up and drop off
eir students. According to
ns, Whitehead, this would require
ve the acquisition of land, plus the
he materials needed to create the
area. While he feels it's a good
als idea, he said it's been difficult
ve to get the plan in motion.
he "If \ou locate the stop at a
certain point, %what happens
when the kids using it don't
Still li ie there an moree"
er s WhNhitehead questioned. "EBen
the if it's a central location for
an several years, it won't be that
oad wa\ forever."
oed the meetings also brought
the out the suggestion that more
till signs be put up along the
em highway, especially in the
r of areas the buses stop. This
ful suggestion has also run into
-- r-roadblocks.
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Transportation is the agency
that is responsible for putting
signs along that stretch of
roadway," -Whitehead said.
"We can ask for the signs, but
they use set of criteria and it
must be met before they'll act -
He- -did-- say -that his
department is doing everything
it, can to. help improve the
situation. One ,waN he has been
able to do this is to monitor the
traffic along S.R. 121.
"Ever since the accident our
deputies have stepped up
efforts to enforce traffic laws
along S.R. 121," Whitehead
said. '"Effectively, we have
more than doubled our efforts
to make sure traffic laws are
.being followed."
As to the effect it has had,
Whitehead said it's very
difficult to tell at this point.
"We've only been doing. it
for five and half months,"
Whitehead said. It's hard to
say what true effect it.,has had


in that short period of time. As
we get more data in, as the
months go by, it will truly
show what effect it really has
had."
In the short term, Whitehead
suggested the effort has had a
great impact.
"It's clear to me that the
residents of this county are
paying a lot more attention to
their driving habits,"
Whitehead said. "I just wish it
was something people thought
about all the time rather than
just when a tragedy occurs."
James Redmond can be
reached at (386) 496-2261 or
uctimes @alltel.net


Above: Seven stuffed bears sit atop a cross that was erected at the bus site
accident. The sign below has the names of the seven victims on it. Left: A wooden
cross bears the children's pictures. Below: Items like the owner's manual from the
car the children were in and a piece of air bag from the truck remain on the site.


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iiJuly 13,i200 UNION COUNTY TIMES Page 3A


RESCUE
Continued from p. 1A

$70,000 grant to build a new
station.
After his presentation, he
was questioned by several
officials about the plan.
Without being directed by the
board to do so, Finance
Director Donna Jackson began
asking Parrish about his'
solution to lower response
times.
"So your talking about
leaving just two ambulances,
which is what your currently
running and just splitting
them?' Jackon asked.
Parrish indicated that was
correct.
"Let's say you put one in
Providence, one our biggest, in
fact our greatest revenue
maker is the prison," Jackon
said. "So, the whole reason
why we began running two
trucks intiailly was so that you
could leave at least one truck
available to the prisons."
EMS has a contract with the
Reception and Medical Center
in Lake Butler to transport
inmates to Medical Memorial
Center in Jacksonville. Each
time an inmate transferred, the
county receives an average of
$800 per call.
Parriph said that was not the
case. i
"That was the justification,
for additional staff," Jackson
said.
Parrish again disagreed with
Jackon saying that the reason
for a second crew was the
increase in 911 calls.
"We are using the prison to
pay for that staff," Parrish said.
Jackson said with that being
the case, you are planing to run
as many prison calls as you
can because that's where a lot
of our revenue is generated
from. Parrish agreed with the
statement.
"Then in the sanerio you've
got here, say you locate an
ambulance in the western part
of the county, and you get
prison call, which ambulance
responds?" asked Jackson.
Parrish indicted that the units
would rotate taking the calls.
He said his plan would move
the ambulance at the second
station to Lake Butler in order
for it to be able to respond
from a central point.
Jackson then indicated.jthat
by,. doing so. wbuld put'
response times at the same
_ .. --point they are now, if not
longer. So also indicated it
would 'be a waste of gas for the
truck to move from one point
to the other and back.
Jackson then presented the
scenario that if the ambulance
at the second station had just
begun its move up after the
ambulance in Lake Butler went
to take a prison call, the
response time to Raiford
would be 25 minutes. Parrish
said it would be the same thing'
if one of the ambulances was
coming back from Gainesville.
"It's not the same thing if
your talking about the case of
an idle truck," Jackson said. -
She said with the trucks
being in the same location the
response distance was equal.
Parrish then pointed out that
the benefit of a second truck
being closer to citizens had to
'looked at as well.
Commissioner Ricky Jenkins
then got in on the debate.
"But the way the trucks are
now, there leaving here, this is
the point," Jenkins said
referring to Lake Butler.
Parrish indicated that was
correct.
"If you use the truck in Lake
Butler to run a prison call, then
Mr. Dobbs gets a call or Ricky
gets a call in Palestine, that
truck has to come from
Worthington Springs to there,"
Jenkins said.
Parrish said that was not the
case. He indicated that the


truck at the second station
would come to Lake Butler to
serve the entire county.
"But there's a time frame,
and it takes the driving time
for that truck to report to Lake
Butler," Jackson said.
Parrish said the truck in'Lake
Butler would not leave until
the ambulance from the second
station was in Lake Butler.
Jackson indicated that if a 911
call came in while the truck
was in route to Lake Butler,
time would be added to the
response time of that call.
Parrish said that would not be
the case because the truck
would not take the prison call
until the other truck made it to
Lake Butler.
Jackson said' Parrish would
not coincide that the possibility
of a time lapse might exist.
Not..being able to get his point
across, Parrish indicated he
was frustrated with the
conversation and told the
board to do whatever they
wanted to.
Commissioner Melaine
"Red" Clyatt then tried to
clarify the situation.
"What your trying to tell us
is that the department of
corrections will have to wait
until we have an ambulance
available," Clyatt said.
Parrish indicated that was
corrected.
"I'd be interested to see what
DOC had to say about that,"
Jackson said.
Parrish said he would to
considering they are already
waiting 15 to 20 minutes for a
transport. He told the board
that RMC was a fully licensed
hospital and had better
facilities to care for a patient
then the ambulance crew did.
Clyatt then sifted the
conversation to keeping the
ambulances were they
currently are.
"I know it's not a popular
idea," Clyatt said. "It's an
election year, but I'm not
running."
He argued that he did not
feel the county could use its
resources any better than it was
doing right now. He said the
only way he felt the county
could serve the people better
was to put a third ambulance in
service.
The conversation continued
and many of the same issues
were brought to back up.
Smith finally asked what the
pleasure of the board 'was.
Clyatt made -a motion ,to keep
both ambulances in Lake'
Butler and ask for extension to
keep the grant money to try to
find another solution.
After the vote Parrish was
directed by Smith.to find out
how long of an extension the
county could get. It was also
asked if the county still would
consider the possibility of
taking over Worthington
Springs fire station.
"They won't agree to that.
unless they get the
ambulance," Clyatt said.
It was decided that the idea
to take over the station was a
dead issue.

James Redmond can be
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BY JAMES REDMOND
Times Staff Writer
Emergency medical services
director Allen presented
county commissioners with a
detailed summary of how long
it takes EMS units to get to
certain parts of the county.
The. purpose of the
presentation' was to show
where a new EMS station was
needed. The county currently
has two ambulances that are
staffed 24 hours a day, seen
days a week.
The idea of moving one of
the ambulances began earlier
this year when the town of
Worthington Springs
approached the county about
taking over it's fire department.
In the request, the town asked
that exchange for the
department, the county put one
of the ambulances in the fire
station.
For the past several months
,the county and town have been
trying to hammer out an
agreement as to just how the
merger would. take place.
Things like who would pay for
utilities, who would .pay for
maintaince of the trucks and
how insurance issues would be
handled were things being
discussed.
At last months county
commission meeting, things
took a turn when it was
announced that the county had
received a $70,000 grant to
construct a brand new EMS
facility. This new wrinkle gave
the county more options as to
where the station could be
placed.
Three different locations, a
site near Harmony Baptist
Church, one in Providence
behind the hardware store and
another on S.R. 238 and C.R.
241 were all mentioned as
options. After discussing the
issue for more than 30
minutes, commissioners tabled
the motion in favor of finding
out more about where calls for
service were coming from. The
special meeting was called to
help decide the issue.
The meeting opened with
EMS Director Allen Parrish
showing commissioners a map
of the county and just where
each call from January to June.
had been run-in the county.
"The board directed us to get
some figures and numbers
together on 911 calls and there
location at the last regular
meeting," Parrish. said. "Mr.
York and I put together those
numbers from January, the
beginning of this year, till June
23."
Parrish said his main focus of
the presentation was to explain
why his department had
applied for the grant in the first
place. '
"Our original. goal was to
reduce response time to the
residents of the southwest
portion of the county," Parrish
said. "That. was the whole
- purpose of writing this grant."
According to Parrish, his
figures have shown that the
greatest increase in volume is
in the area between S.R. 121
and S.R 238 in the southwest
section of the county. His
figures show that 25 percent of
all the calls received come
form this part ofthe county.
He said the new station
would not only benefit EMS,
but other county agencies as
well.
"Not only could be put some
of fire equipment in the
facility, we would be able to


EMS director explains purpose of grant


useo throughout the
presentation."
Parrish also pointed out the
map had been divided into the
five sections the sheriffs office
uses to patrol the county. He
said this made it difficult to
identify, geographically, where
the most calls were coming
from.
Parrish then showed the
commission a map that showed
population density. The map
had a small blue house that
represented every house in the


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have a sheriffs sub station as
well," Parrish said. "It would
also give us a distribution point
in times of disaster."
He said the decision to ask
for the grant in the southwest
area came about by using a
formula. EMS calls were
located on the map, it was
determined what the average
response time was to each area
and how dense the population
was. These factors were used
to determine what location
what benefit the most
residents.
He then presented a map that
showed each call that had been
run in the January to June time
period. Stars on the map
represented the calls the
department had taken. Parrish
pointed out that' while there
might only be one star in a
particular area, it was possible
multiple calls had been run to
the same address.
"This map gives you a
concept as to where we're
going," Parrish said. "It will be


county. According to Parrish,
the map showed the majority
of growth in the southwest
region.
Parrish did say that he was
surprised by the number of
calls the department had run in
the Raiford area. According to
Parrish, it was the third largest
area of EMS' call volume.
"We ended up having a lot
more calls in area around C.R.
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Pan A4A UNION COUNTY TIMES July 13, 2006


Local Babe Ruth team wins district title in Ocala


JULY 4T FISHING PAYOUT


1' Place Steven Fautt & Steve Fautt
2nd Place Randy Griffis & J.W. Griffs

3rd Place Jerry Beavins

4th Place Payton Bennett & Justin Bennett

5* Place Tommy Beasley & Nathan Beasley

6t Place Dean Elixson & Betty Elixson

7" Place Jason Burgess & Rocky Burgess

8* Place Jeffrey Thornton & Chris McFarland

9t Place Kris Kadlec & Matt Rittman


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1.631 lbs $ 600.00

1.587 lbs $ 450.00

1.543 lbs $ 350.00

1.433 lbs $ 300.00

1.300 lbs. S 245.00

1.080 lbs. $ 175.00

1.014 lbs $ 150.00


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Pictured above is the 2006 District 1 Champion 11 and 12 year-old Babe Ruth
Baseball All-Star team. The team represented Union County in the state competition
in Ocala on June 29 -30. The team consists of (first row, I-r) Kendrick Langford,
Jacob Yarbrough, Kevin Thornton, Batboy Garrett Allen, Shane Hendricks, Dalton
Sumner, Lane Bishop, (second row) Dylan Allen, Travis Ward, Andrew Jenkins, Zach
Nettles, Matt Fisher, Devon Geer. (third row) Coachers Daren Allen, Keith Kirby, and
Larry Hendricks. The team was sponsored by many businesses in the community
including A and A Transport, AllofFlorida Real Estate, Alta Systems, Archer Funeral
Home, Kirby and Company Pharmacy, Kirby Laser and Needle, Hendricks Turf, Joe
;Hendricks, Roberts Land and Timber, and Union Power Equipment.


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Baptist in
July
Evangelist James Croft will
conduct services at Raiford
Fitst. Baptist Church on
Sunday, July 16, and Sunday,
Jul) 23. at' 1 a.m. and 6 p.m.
The public is invited.


Pastoral
breakfast at
UCHS
Union County High School
.would like to invite all pastors
and youth pastors to a pastoral
breakfast on Monday, July 24,
at 8'h.m: in the media 'cnt"r
Please RSVP Kelly at (386)
496-3040. by Wednesday, July,
. 1 9 .


Tiger football
tickets are on
sale
Tickets for the reserved
seating section for the 2006
Tiger football season will be
on sale to last year's ticket
., holders Aug. 1-11.
The cost is $50 per seat for
five home games.
After Aug. 11, vacant seats
will be available to others, so
be sure to purchase tickets in a
timely manner.
Tickets may be purchased at
the high school Monday
through Friday, between 8 a.m.
and 3 p.m., or by mail.
Enclose- a self-addressed
stamped envelope, along with a
check made payable to UCHS,
and mail to Robin Clyatt,
bookkeeper. Union County -.
High School, 1000 S.. Lake
Ave., Lake Butler, FL 32054.
For additional information,
call Cl, att at (386) 496-3040.


Free
osteoporosis
screening at
UCHD
The Union County Health
Department will sponsor free
osteoporosis screening for
women age 30 and older from 8
a.m. until noon on Friday,
July 14, at 495 E. Main St. in
Lake Butler.
Questions concerning
osteoporosis and how to
prevent it will be addressed.
The event is also sponsored
by the Department of Elder
Affairs and the Suwvannee River
Area Health Education Center.
Call (386) 496-3211 for
information


Babe Ruth fall
baseball
signups
Anyone in Union County
interested in signing up to play
fall baseball, ages 5-15- can go
by Kirby Laser and Needle at
50 E. Main St. to do so.
Depending on turnout, teams
may travel and compete with
teams from other counties. For.
more information, call (386)
496-3792.r


Students may
select parking
spaces and
lockers
Union County High School
students may come in on the
following days to select their
parking spaces and -lockers.
Selection will be on a -first
come, first choice basis within
the designated areas.
Parking decals and locker
rental prices have not
increased. The cost for parking
decals and locker rentals are $5
each.
Seniors and juniors may
come July 10-13; sophomores,
July 17-20; freshman. July
24-July 27.'
To purchase a .parking
permit,-- students will need
proof of insurance, driver's
license and chicle registration
along itih their $5.


Pop Warner to
begin signups
The Union County Pop
.Warner association will .be
holding open signups for
football and cheerleading
beginning Thursday, July 20.
The group will host an open
house as well. The event will
take place from 5;30-8:30 p.m.


at the Union County'
Recreation Complex. Free
hotdogs and sodas will be
served. To signup your child, -
you will need to bring the-
child's birth certificate and last
report card. Signup fee for;.
football, is $60. Cheerleading?.:
signup fee is $130.
More information, contact'
Bret Dukes at (386) 623-4952.

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. ',
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.

Do you have:any concerns about :
your child's development? Free
information and/or screenings are -
available for ages birth to 5 years.
To schedule an appointment, call -
Child Find at (800) 227-6036 or go,
to www. nefec.org/fdlrs (click on
Child Find). -
Hospice is in need of volunteers. .
, There will be a volunteer training
program soon, and if interested in
this important volunteer
opportunity, call Carolyn Long,
386-328-7100.


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PRISON
Continued from p. 1A

to the acquaintance as "the
conspirator," KIeefe
Commissary Network, the
contractor Crosby and Clark
persuaded to hire the
subcontractor, identified the
' -subcontractor.. as. American
Institutional Services.
That Gainesville business,
run by Edward L. Dugger, was
recently raided by the FBI.
'According to the case filed
by the U.S. Attorney, Crosby
and Clark received kickbacks of
approximately $1,000 to
$12,000 each month from
'November 2004 through early
2006.
Crosby, a former Starke
mayor who held many
positions in the prison system
prior to becoming secretary,
privatized canteen operations in
'-2003. The sale of items to
inmates and their families
brings in $20 million to DOC
each year.
Reports indicate Dugger,
also an insurance salesman,
was given free reign to enter
prisons and sell insurance to
prison employees.
A number of them have said
they felt pressured to purchase
insurance from Dugger.'
Other department scandals
over the past few years have
included steroid abuse and
violence among employees,
(often tied to a men's softball
league), cronyism, nepotism,
and ghost employment.
Separately charged with
grand theft by the state last,
Wednesday because of misuse
of inmate labor, state property
and/or recycling funds were
eight current or former
employees of the prison
system: Richard Allen Frye, a
former colonel at Apalachee
Correctional Institution; Paul
Lamar Miller Jr., a former
officer at New River
S Correctional Institution;
Theodore Foray Jr., a sergeant
at New River; Bryan Kim
Griffis, a former sergeant at
New River; Christopher Paul
Taylor, a sergeant at Florida
State Prison; Bobbie Dewane
Ruise, a lieutenant at Levy
Forestry Camp; and Stephen
Randall Parker, a correctional
officer at New Riser.


Ruise, Taylor and Parker
were fired the same day.
Lamar Edward Griffis, a
former assistant warden at the
Regional Medical Center, was
charged with accepting
unlawful compensation. ?,
James McDonough was
brought in to shake up the
institution and set it straight
when the governor asked for
Crosby's resignation in
February. His introduction to
DOC was marked by a number
of firings, demotions and
reassignments as well as
institutional rule changes.
He has since officially earned
the title of DOC secretary.



AG offers help
to seniors
The Florida Attorney
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to bringing to' justice those
who defraud and exploit our
senior citizens.
While our diverse
population contains mostly
decent and responsible people,
some dishonest and uncaring
persons seek to take advantage
of individuals and families.
Scam artists believe that
senior citizens are an easy
target, but informed seniors-
like any other consumer-can
protect themselves from these
financial predators.
The best way for
government to fight, these
crimes is to work together.
Federal, state,. and local
agencies, law enforcement, the
AttorneN General's Office, and
individuals need to partner to
combat fraud-especially the
defrauding of senior citizens.
This collective effort can stop
the con artists before they
strike.
This website contains links
to helpful resources and a copy
of a new brochure. Smi.iri
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information in the brochure
provides valuable guidelines
and steps for consumers to
take to protect their interests.
"Smart Consumers" also
contains information on tools
designed to save money,
especially in the important area
of prescription medication.
Other topics include identity
theft -prevention, reppgnizing,


UC sexual offender SFCC's Prime
Time Institute


becomes predator


BY JAMES REDMOND
Times Staff Writer
A plea of guilty has turned a
Union County sex offender
into a registered sexual
predator.
William Highland, 68, of

Lake Butler pleaded guilty to
sexual battery on a victim
under the age of 12. Judge
Aymer "Buck" Curtain
sentenced Highland to 80
months of prison time to be.
followed by 15 years of sex
offender probation. Because of
the age of the victim, the guilty
plea also tagged Highland as. a
sexual predator.
Highland had previously
been convicted of lewd and
lascivious on a child under the
age of 16. For, that crime, he
was placed on the Florida
Department of Law
Enforcement's sexual offender
Web site as a sexual offender.
The report of the incident,
submitted by Investigator Mac
Johns of the Union County
Sheriffs Office, saidthe acts
had been going on for more
than two years.
"The mother of the victim
reported the crime," Johns
said. "She and her family had
been living with Highland for
approximately three years.".
The report states that
Highland had denied all of the
allegations.
"He claimed that the victim
was telling lies," Johns said.
"He said the victim was lying
because he was strict and made
her mind.".
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Attorney Robert "Bo" Bayer,
even though Highland only got
a seven year sentence, the
likelihood of him ever being
released was very low.
"Due to his age and criminal
history, it is highly unlikely
Mr. Highland will ever leave
the supervision of the
department of corrections,"
Bayer said. "The Jimmy Ryce
Act should -'- r t,.,t "
Bayer is referring to an act
signed on May 19, 1998, by
then Governor Lawton Chiles.,.
The Jimmy Ryce Involuntary
Civil Commitment for
Sexually Violent Predators'
Treatment and Care Act allows
the state to assess those who
have committed sexual
offenses and deem whether or
not it is safe to release them
into the community.
The act has a panel evaluate
the inmate and then send a
report to the state attorney as
to his danger level. The state
attorney can then ask for the
individual to be committed to a
psychiatric institution. It is up
to judge to decide the inmates
final fate.
The law is very controversial
because many believe a person
is being punished twice and the
act violates the double
jeopardy clause of law. The
matter has been taken all the
way to the Supreme Court. The
court ruled that because the act
is a.civil process and not a
.criminal one, indi* iduals rights
are not being violated.


James Redmon
reached at (386)
ictiines@allel.net


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programs for
those ages 50
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Call (352) 395-5193 to
register or visit
vwww.mySFCC.Com.
Programs are $5 for public,
free for members unless
otherwise noted, and meet in
Bldg. S, room 316 at Santa Fe

Do you have any concerns about
your child's development? Free
information and/or screenings are
available for ages birth to 5 years.
To schedule an appointment, call
Child Find-atC(800) 227-6036 or go
to www. nefec.org/fdlrs (click on
Child Find).

LEGALS

NOTICE OF PROPOSED
ENACTMENT OF AN
ORDINANCE BY THE BOARD
OF COUNTY
COMMISSIONERS OF
UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA
Notice is hereby given'that on July
,17, 2006 at 6:50p.m., the Board of
County Commissioners of Union
County; Florida, in a Public Hearing
to be held in Room 101 of the Union
County Courthouse, Lake Butler,
Florida,. will consider an Ordinance
relating to the establishment of a levy
of an ad valorem tax nol to exceed
one-hall (1/2) mill to be used for the
funding of the Union County Special
Library District. .. ::.
Said proposed ordinance may be
inspected by the public at 15
Northeast First Street, Lake Butler,
Florida, during the hours of 8-00 a.m
through 12:00 p.m Monday through
Friday, excepting legal holidays. All
interested parties may appear at the
meeting and be heard with respect to
the proposed ordinance.
7/6 2tchg. 7/13.


496-2261 or NOTICE OF PROPOSED
ENACTMENT OF AN
ORDINANCE BY THE BOARD
OF COUNTY
COMMISSIONERS OF
S-, ..._ri. UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA
Notice is hereby given that on July
% s. Crime 17, 2006 at 6:55 p.m., the Board of
seniors t County Commissioners of Union
seniors to County, Florida, will meet as the
in not only ,Planning and Zoning Board in a
on, but also Public Hearing to be held in Room
mw citizens. 101 of the Union County Courthouse,
inteers work Lake Butler, Florida, for preliminary
neer w apRoval of a subdivision to be known
s Storefronts as Hidden Oaks Phase II by Emest
nt assistance Peacock.
g effort. Said proposed ordinance may be
inspected by the public at 15
Northeast First Street,. Lake Butler,
Florida, during the hours of 8:00 a.m.
through 12.00 pm Monday through.
Friday, exce.pting legal.hpljdays. All.


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Sausage gravy...................................... $1.00
Biscuit andGravy.................................$1.50
Breakfast Potatoes........................... $.85
G rits ..........................................................$.65
Oatm eal:................................................ $.65
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(Daily Selection of(Pastries e Toast.$.25-$1.50
Fresh Fruit........................................... $1.25
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B.L.T. Bacon, Lettuce, Tomato............$4.95
Cafe grilled Cheese................................ $4.95
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grilledCheese and Fries..................................$2.95
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Desserts of the (Day.......................... $2.25
Call for other daily sweets

(Drinks

Small Ice Tea(16oz)............................ $1.00
Large Ice Tea(32oz)............................$1.75
Sma[lCoffee(8oz)............................. $1.00
Large Coffee(16oz)..............................$1.50
SmallCappuccino(8oz).................... $1.50
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Community College's NW
campus, 3000 NW 83rd St.,
Gainesville. Programs: "Act
as a Patient," employment for ::
student exams with Margaret
Duerson, PhD. 3 p.m. July 11;
"Acupuncture and Tai-Chi-
Energy Pathways to Increased
Well-Being," 3:30 p.m. July
18; "Sleep, the Gentle Tyrant--
Getting the Best Night's Sleep
Possible," with Dr. Pete
McCollough, 3 p.m. July 20;
"The Practice of Using
Chinese Herbs for Well
Being," 3:30 p.m. July 25.



Hospice is in need of volunteers.
There will be a volunteer training
program soon, and if interested in r
this important volunteer
opportunity, call Carolyn Long,
386-328-7100.


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meeting and be heard with respect to- -
the proposed subdivision. :
7/6 2tchg. 7/13
SUWANNEE RIVER WATER:
MANAGEMENT DISTRICT
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APPLICATION
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to Chapter 373, Florida Statutes, the--
following application for permit was-
received on April 18, 2005:
CR 229/New River Bridge--
Replacement Modification, Florida:-
Department of Environmental-
Protection, 1109 S. Marion Street,
Lake City, FL 32025, has submitted.
an application for an Environmental-
Resource Permit Number 03-0089M,
for a total project area of 10.08 acres
with 2.96 acres of work in, on, or over-
wetlands. The project is located in:
Township 5 South, Range 21 East,
Section 29, in Bradford and Union
Counties.
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upon the application or submit a
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Page 6A UNION COUNTY TIMES July 13, 2006


having to give back the grant
GN TG money if it were not used.
G RA N T I"I don't want to give $70,000
Continued from p. 3A in grant money back," Parrish
said. "I fear if we do that we
may not be received as well in a
thought we had," Parrish said. our future grant requests."
"That was one of the surprising Parrish said he felt the best ..
things that come out of this." area for a new station ,was in --
Parrish went on to show the Harmony area, but
commissioners his departments understood budget constraints.
average response times to -'
certain areas of the county. "-Mon-0-eys tight and I
According to Parrish, the understand EMS already has 3
residents of Lake Butler get the concerns with its budget," 0
average shortest response time Parrish said. "I also know we
which is 4 minutes. have needs to serve the
"That's because that's were public."
the trucks are," Parrish said. He went to explain that if O
Parrish's next area was commissioners did not feel
Raiford, He showed that the they could spend the money to
average response time to that buy a new station, he was in
area was 9 minutes. Parrish favor of placing a unit in
said the average came from Worthington Springs.
calls that ranged in response "It's better than nothing,"
from 6 to 14 minutes, Parrish said. "That would lei_. -h
- depending-o-n-ffte location of us m the southern end
the call. The board then began
He then moved north of debating the issue.
north of Raiford-and-tused-C.R. -"Commissioners voted 5-0 in
199- and--C.R. 125- -as- a favor of keeping things just the
reference point. He said ;his way they were. For more about
Sthe vont see related story.... .,


figure show an average
response time of 12 minutes to
the area. Times varied between
11 and 16 minutes.
He then focused on the
Worthington Springs area.
"Downtown Worthington we
can get there in about nine
minutes," Parrish said. "Tines
vary between 8 .and 12
minutes, but the average is 9
minutes."
He moved on to the Fort Call
Cemetery area of the county.
There he said response times
averaged 14 minutes. His
numbers showed emergency
personnel getting to the area
anywhere between 10 and 15
minutes.
He went to the Palestine area
which averaged 12 minutes.
He pointed out that includes
calls where units were had to
go all the way.up Black Creek
Road.
"It takes us quite a bit of time
to get to these areas," Parrish
said. "We're fortiinate to have
S.R. 100 to get to the area. If
we didn't have that, it would
probably be a lot longer."
He also pointed-out the area
of Douglas Cemetery Road
and a 12 minute average
response time to the area.
Parrish then moved on to the
results of the study. He said
even though the number of.
calls to west aind slsouthwest
aiea of the county did not
show great separation, the
percentages really showed the
need. He pointed out most-of
the new subdivisions approved
by the county have been in this
area.
SHe then explained that when
writing the grant to obtain the,
money to build a station, .the
state asks for specifics.
"The bottom line is that there
is an area of our county it takes
... U's -a long time to get to,"
Parrish said. "That was the
purpose of this.. particular
grant."
He said he pointed out to the
board eight to nine' months ago
that rescue units were having
longer response times to the
southwest" section of the
county. He said he was
directed to apply for the grant
to help the situation.
He then revealed that land
that was suppose to be
available near Harmony
Baptist Church was no longer
available..
'It is my understandingg that
option is no on the table,"
Parrish said.
After the meeting, Chairman
Wayne Smith explained that
the county has no deed to any
of 'the properties mentioned
during the June meeting.
"We had been promised
these parcels, but have never:
obtained the deed to any of
them," Smith said. "The owner
of the property at Harmony
informed me he would like to
back out of his commitment."
Parrish said it %%as the site \%e
wantedd to us because he felt it
tiould serve both the'
Worthington Springs and
Providence area.
"We could get to both areas,
from Harmony, in the, same
amount of time," Parrish said.
"Since that's not available,
we're going to.hive to back up,
and punt:"


.Other financial-
considerations


Parrish informed he- board
he had tried to explore all-.the
financial obligations the
" county might encounter once
the facility was up. and
running. Among the items on
his list were utilities,
maintaince, insurance, phone
and satellite television bills. He
did point out that everything
from the engineering drawings
to major appliances would be'
paid for by the grant.
He then addressed the
possibility of the .,county


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the first day of the term
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through the drop/add period,
did not reserve enough time
for testing, receipt of
transcripts,' campus orientation,
on-time attendance and
-registration instruction.
The application deadline for


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Section B: Thursday, July 13, 2006

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




Ready to strut their


stuff in Miz Ugly contest


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
is --being--beau.tiful really a
curse?
That answer may be a
resounding "yes" when those
who attend this year's Kiwanis
Club of Starke Miz Ugly
contest feast their eyes on this
year's "beauties," who will be
competing in a show
developed around a Mardis
Gras theme.
The club's annual fund-
raiser, which will be sponsored
by Bill Adams Chevrolet of
Starke, will be held Saturday,
Aug. 19, at Bradford County's
new convention center on U.S.
301 North at 6:30 p.m. Doors
open at 5:45 p.m.
Tickets, which are $25, are
currently on sale and may be
obtained by calling Bob Kerce
at (904) 449-1290 or e-mailing
him ,at
cooterbobl1948@yahoo.com.
Nelson Green, who recited a
poem during last year's contest
on the curse of being beautiful,
will look to improve on his
second runner-up finish. He
will compete as Nellie
Jumpemall in a field of
approximately 20 contestants.
Many are newcomers, but
there will be some stiff
competition, to be sure, as the
field will include 2004 winner
Jeff Oody (Miz Oodylicious)
arid 2004 runner-up Scott
Roberts (Miz-Bootylicious).
Kerce, who, with Cheryl
Canova, is 'working with the
contestants on -their costumes
and. talents, said the
contestanits form a diverse
_,group- that .includes an
emergency medical services
director, a radio personality, an
.attorney and a law
enforcement officer.
"It's a pretty interesting
lineup," he said.
Confirmed contestants as of
July 11 were- Green, _Oody,-
Roberts, Ted Cooley (Tedra
Coulea), Jim DevalerioQ (Tanya
Hyde), Rick -Dreer (Amanta
Lovenhold), Aaron Frank
__(Freeta Fixit), Mike Goldwire
(Goldie Lockes), Rusty-.Greek
(Seymore Butts). Ted Julian
(Polly Sea), Chuck Kramer
(Chick-Lit), Dan Sikes (Lea-
Galatease), Mo Smitl (Mo
Money), Don Thompson,
Barry Warren (Patty -0.
Furnatur) and Brian Wyatt
(Della Catessan).
The Kiwanis Club has
experienced a surge in ticket
sales for this year's event. The
inaugural event,, in 2004, sold
300 tickets and 240 were sold
last year.
This year, approximately
450 tickets have already been
sold during a two-day span:
"Tickets are going to go
pretty. fast," Kerce said,
encouraging anyone interested
in attending to hurry up and
purchase theirs (corporate
tables accommodating 8-10
people will be made available).
Dinner, which will include
marinated ,pork roast arid
marinated grilled chicken, will
be provided and prepared by
Steve Denmark.
Connie Barnes will be
decorating the convention
center, while Terry Vaughan
will once again serve as


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Shu Shu Fontan (Chad Rhoden) is the reigning Miz
Ugly. A group of approximately 20 will vie for this
year's crown, with the winner receiving a two-night
stay/golf package at the Amelia Island Ritz-Carlton.


Nellie Jumpemall (aka Nelson Green) will once
again compete in the Kiwanis Club of Starke Miz
Ugly contest, which is scheduled for Saturday, Aug.
19.


emcee.
There will be'four judges for
the event. So far, three have
been confirmed: former Starke
Kiwanis member and president
Jeanette Abbott and Union
County Superintendent of
Schools Carlton Faulk -and
retired circuit judge Elzie
Sanders .- -
This year's winner will
receive a two-night stay, with
golf, at the Amelia Island Ritz-
Carlton.
Four runners-up will also be
recognized, receiving the
following prizes: two Florida-


Alabama football tickets for
second place, two FSU-
Clemson football tickets for
third place, two Florida-
Central Florida football tickets
for fourth place and a $50 gift
certificate to the contestant's
business of choice for fifth
place'.
Also, trophies will be
awarded in four areas, such as
Miz Congeniality.
.Last year's event raised
approximately $5,000 for the
Kiwanis Club, which uses
funds to help-support youth in
Bradford County.


SFCC changes
its application
deadline
Starting with the fall 2006
semester, students must apply
f-or"" 'd-m-.i.s s i on
(http://admin.s fcc.edu/%7Eadm
missions ) or readmission
(http://admin.sfcc.edu/%7Eadm
issions/readmit.htm) to Santa
Fe Community College. seven
calendar days prior to the first
day of the term.
Why the change?- -
SFCC registrar, Lynn
Sullivan, said stud.ents-who
apply on trimef ave greater
academic success, stay on
track,, and find it easier to
register forithei courses needed
to graduate.
"Moving to an earlier
deadline of seven days prior to


the first day of the term
promotes student success," she
said.
The previous policy, which
allowed students to register
through the drop/add period, did
not reserve enough time for
testing, receipt of transcripts,
campus orientation, on-time
attendance and--registration
instruction.
The application deadline for
fall 2006 and fall A flexterm is
Aug. 16. Students who miss
this application deadline can
apply for fall B flexterm. That
deadline is Oct. I1I; and'classes
'begin Oct. 18.
A completed application and
the $30 fee must be received or
postmarked by the application
deadline. Santa Fe encourages
.everyone to apply online.
Readmit stidelit-rmust-apply--
online.
Contact Lynn Sullivan for


more information, (352) 395-
5514.

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begins Aug. 7
A new cosmetology class
will begin Monday, Aug. 7, at
Bradford-Ujion Area Career
and Technical Cenfter in Starke.
Classes run Monday through
Friday, 9 a.m. until 3 p.m.
Students remain in class until
7 p.m. on Thursdays.
Students can learn hair and
scalp treatments, shampoos and
rinses, along with hair
coloring, lightening and
toning. Skin care is also part
of this learning opportunity.
Cosmetology is- eligible for
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1 dies, 3 injured in S.R. 16 crash


BY MARCIA MILLER
Telegraph Staff Writer
One person died and three
were injured in a one-vehicle
accident July 8 on S.R. 16.
west of NW 216't Street.
Christopher D. Sullivan, 21,
- of Starke was pronounced dead
-ar-the-cene of the accident
According to-the Florida
Highway Patrol crash report,
Joshua Bruce Norris, 17, was
driving the 2000 Ford Explorer
westbound on S.R. 16 when
the vehicle traveled onto the
north shoulder of the road.
Norris apparently steered hard
to the left in an attempt to
bring the vehicle back onto the
roadway.
.. -FHP Trooper W.D. Lovett
reported" that the vehicle
: rotated counter-clockwise and


overturned several times,
ejecting three of the occupants.
Norris and Sullivan, who was
riding in the front passenger
seat, and Ronald C. Newman,
19, of Starke, who was riding
in left rear passenger seat,
were all ejected from the
vehicle .. .
The third passenger, Donald
Edwin Meier III, 19, of Starke
was trapped in the vehicle and
had to be extricated by
Bradford County Emergency
Medical Services personnel.
Norris was transported to
Shands Starke, listed in serious
condition. Meier was.
transported to Shands.
Gainesville, also listed in
serious condition. Newman
was transported to Shands
Starke with minor injuries.
Damage to the vehicle was


listed at $9,000. Charges are
pending further investigation.
Sullivan, the son of Dan' and
Donna Sullivan, was a lifetime
resident of Starke and a
graduate of Bradford High
School. He was employed by
the Department of Corrections
as an officer at Union
Correctional Institution.
He is survived by his parents
and one sister, Christina
Sullivan of Starke. He is also
survived by his maternal
grandfather, Kenneth
Crawford of Starke.
Funeral services for Sullivan
were held July 12 at the'
Sampson City Church of God
with the Rev. Gene Bass
conducting the services.
Interment followed at Hope
Baptist Cemetery.


The following people were
arrested in Bradford or Union
counties, or in the Keystone-
Melrose area of Clay County,
during the past week:
Frederick Myers, 46, of
Lawtey was arrested July 3, by
Bradford County Sheriff's
Office (BCSO) Deputy
Tommy Sapp for possession of
crack cocaine. Bond was set at.
$15,000 and he remained-.in
jail as of press time.
Shelton Dell, 26; of Starke,
was arrested July 3 by Starke
Police Department (SPD)
Officer Paul King for
possession of cocaine. Charges
were added stemming from a
warrant for violation of
probation on an original charge
of possession of cocaine and
an additional count of violation
of probation. Total bond was
set at $30,000 and he remained,
in jail as of press time.
Paul Byrd, 30, of Starke,
was arrested July 3 by SPD
Officer Matt Watson for DUI.
Bond was set at $1,000 and he
was released on bond July 4.
Byrd was then arrested on
July 8 by SPD Officer Watson
for DWLSR. Bond was set at
$1,000 and he was released on
bond July 8.
Kevin Parker, 22, of Starke
was arrested July 3 by SPD
Officer Michelle Tarrant for
possession of less than 20
grams of marijuana. Bond was
set at $1,000 and he; was
released on bond July 4:.
Michael Asher, 20, of
Gainesville, was arrested July

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3 by SPD Officer Tarrant on
an Alachua County warrant for
failure to appear in court on
original charges of theft. Bond
was seot at 5 000 and he wasa


violation of probation on an
original charge of aggravated
assault. Bond had not been set
as of press time.


released on bond July 8. Jerry Cornwall, 22, of
Lawtey, was arrested July 4 by
Rosa Bruce, 45, of SPD -Officer Tarrant for
Hampton, was arrested July. 3 possession of less than 20
by SPD Officer Tar-raTfi for grams of marijuana. Bond was
possession of cocaine and set at $1,000 and' he was
violation of probation on an ,released on bond July 5.
original charge of DWLSR....- Amos Cray 43, of Lake
.*" ... City, was arrested July 4 by
Jeannie Lancaster, 40, of SPD Officer Stephen Murphy
Starke, was-airrested July 3, by for DWLSR. Bond was set at
SPD Officer Bill Murray for $500 and he was released on
possession of less than 20 bond July 4.
grams or marijuana. Bond was
set at $1,000 and she was Harold Mitchell, 55, of
released on bond July 5. Hampton; was arrested July 5
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Wesley Seaton, 20, of
Waldo, was arrested July 4 by
SPD Officer Tarrant on Union
County warrants for
cultivation of marijuana,
burglary and failure to appear.
in court on a charge of child
abuse. Total bond was set at
$65,000 and he remained in.
jail as of press time.
Troy Perry, 22, of Starke,
was arrested July 4 by SPD
Officer Watson for refusal to
comply % with ,a ...lawful
command. Bond was set at
$1,000 and he was released on
bond July 5..
Perry was also arrested July
5 by Parole land Probation
Officer Linda Gillingham for


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by aroleC anc FUUroiation
Officer Jennifer Luke for
violation of )bation. on an
original chain, of aggravated
Assault. Bond d not been set
as of press time.
Charlsie McGrath, 38, of
Keystone Heights, was
arrested in Alachua County
July 5 on a Bradford warrant
for failure to appear in court on
a. violation of.'probation
charge. Bond was set at $4,000
and McGrath remained in the
Bradford Jail as of press time.
Joyce Graham, 37, of Haines
City, was arrested July 5, on a
Union County warrant for
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A July 9 ATV crash near
Lawtey resulted in serious
injuries for one' child and
minor injuries for another.
According to a Florida
Highway Patrol crash report
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Stebbins, a 2004 Suzuki ATV
was being driven by 13-year-
old Isabella V. Allton of
Jacksonville at the Mud Bog
Area on U.S. 301 north of
Lawtey. .
Cherokee N. Doan, 10, of
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Xavier Cummings, 28, of
Starke, fled from Starke Police
Department Officer Paul King
July 9, but K-9 Officer
Cheetah used superior nose
power to track him down at an
area residence.
Officer King had been called
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-------opped to talk with .-them:
QOficer King recognied ope of
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name was Tony Laver, which
later proved to be a false name.
As Officer King talked with
the two men, the one who


passenger.
Allton was driving the ATV
On the dirt entrance path to the
Mud Bog Area. The path
makes a 90-degree turn at one
point and the ATV apparently
left the path at that point and
struck a railroad tie.
The right front tire of the
ATV jumped the railroad tie,,
dropped down the
embankment and struck a
culvert. This caused the ATV
to vault forward and pitch to
the right, ejecting both


identified himself as Laver
began to act nervous and
agitated. He began to walk
away and when Officer King
ordered him to stop, he began
to run.
The. man who remained to
talk with Officer King said the
fleeing, man's name was
actually Xavier Cummings.
King ran. a computer check
and found an active felony
warrant for Cummings out of
Union County for leaving the
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children. Allton' grazed the
side of a tree and Doan struck
the side of a nearby gazebo
hard enough to break the
siding. Neither child was
wearing a helmet.
Allton was transported to
Shands Starke and listed in
serious condition. Doan was
transported to Shands Starke
and treated for minor injuries
before being released.
Damage to the ATV was
listed at $300.


streets. An occupant of the
residence opened the door, and
officers found Cummings
seated in one of the rooms of
the home.
After Cummings was
positively identified, he was
arrested and charged with
giving a false name to a law
enforcement officer and
resisting arrest without
violence. Cummings will also
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of leaving the scene of an
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c-harge.si',.-totals, ,$5,000...
Cummings remained in- the
Bradford County Jail as of
press time.


Man flees police in car, on foot


A Starke man started out
driving with a suspended
license and wound up
fleeing-in a vehicle and later
on foot-from a Starke Police
Department officer July 4.
'Officer Paul King was
patrolling in the area of S.R.
16 west of U.S. 301 when he
saw Michael Robert Knight,
32, of Starke, driving a Pontiac
Firebird.
Officer King said he knew
from 'prior encounters with
Knight that his license had
been suspended. Knight was
also driving a vehicle that had
no tag displayed.
Officer King said he
attempted to get behind Knight
to do a traffic stop, but Knight
fled at a high rate of speed,
south on Grand Street and then


into the front yard of a
residence on Washington
Street.
Officer King said he saw
Knight go inside one of the
nearby apartments. King
followed, arrested him and
placed him in handcuffs. As
Officer King escorted Knight
to the patrol car, Knight turned
and fled on foot. Officer King
chased him south on Grand
Street and then east on
Washington Street,.. where
Knight tripped and fell.
Knight attempted to get up,
apparently to continue his
flight, and Officer King fired
his taser for one five-second
burst.
Knight ceased his flight and
was escorted to the patrol car.
A computer check revealed


Knight's license had been
suspended on four separate
occasions. He w as taken to the
Bradford County Jail and
charged with driving while
license is suspended or
revoked and escape from a law
enforcement officer. Total
bond was set at $10,000 and he
remained in jail as of press
time.


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Danny Parrott
LAWTEY Danny Parrott, 48,
of Lawtey died Sunday, June 18,
2006, following a battle with
cancer.
Mr. Parrott is survived by: his
partner in life, Kristi Seaman of
Lawtey; his wife, Karen Parrott
of Jacksonville; a son, Winston
Parrott of Jacksonville; a
daughter, Amber Parrott Schrock
of Jacksonville; a stepson, Chris
Lowry of Jacksonville; and five
grandchildren.
A memorial service for Mr.
Parrott will be held at Gold Head
State Park in Keystone Heights
on Sunday, July 16, 2006, from
1-5 p.m. A reception will follow
the service.
Memorial contributions may
be made to the family to help
defray the cost of services.

Ernest Andrews
BROOKER Ernest Gene
Andrews, 77, of Brooker died
Sunday, July 2, 2006, in the
V.A. Medical Center in Lake City
following a brief illness.
Born in Union County, Mr.
Andrews lived in Bradford
County most of his life. He was
the son of the late Chester and
Winnie Andrews and was a
produce and cattle farmer. He was
a veteran of World War II and
member of the New River Baptist
Church in Brooker.
Mr. Andrews is survived by: a
sister, Mary Turner of
Jacksonville; and three brothers,
S.D. Andrews, W.F. "Sonny"
Andrews and Wilbur Andrews, all
of Brooker.
Funeral services for Mr.
Andrews were July 6, 2006, at
New River Baptist Church with
the Rev. Jim Countryman and Dr.
Jerry Gesell officiating. Burial
followed in the church cemetery
under th e of Archer Funeral
Home of Lake Butler.
Memorial contributions may
be made to Haven Hospice in
Lake City or the New River
Baptist Church building fund.

Virgil Arbuckle
MELROSE- 'Virgil Melfon
Arbuckle, 64, of" Melrose died
Saturday, July 8. 2006. at his
residence.
Born in Bloomington, Ill.,
Mr. Arbuckle moved to Melrose

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in 1971. He served in the U.S.
Army and was a truck driver. He
was of the Baptist faith and was a
member of the Star Touring and
Riding Association.
Mr. Arbuckle is survived by:
his wife, Nancy Arbuckle of
Melrose; a daughter, Debbie
Zunigo of California; six sons,
David Arbuckle of New Mexico,
Donald Arbuckle of Oregon,
Kevin LaBonte of Rhode Island,
Ronald LaBonte, Peter LaBonte
and John LaBonte; four brothers,
Gene Arbuckle of Georgia,
Richard Arbuckle of Gainesville,
John Arbuckle of Illinois, and
Danny Arbuckle of South
Carolina; 15 grandchildren and
seven great-grandchildren.
Moring Funeral Home of
Melrose is in charge of
arrangements.

Earline Gillian
HAMPTON Earline Gillian,
62, of Hampton died Monday,
July 10, 2006, at Shands AGH in
Gainesville.
Born in Greenwood, S.C.,
Mrs. Gillian moved to Hampton
16 years ago from Greenwood.
She was a homemaker and
member of Durst Avenue Church
of Pentecostal Holiness in
Greenwood.
Mrs. Gillian is survived by:
her husband, Robert Gillian of
Hampton; a daughter, Rita Ann
Jones of Greenwood; a son,
Leonard Miller Jones of
Greenwood;, a brother, James
Wayne Dorn of Troy, S.C.; three
sisters, Elizabeth Prescott and
Mary Deadman, both of North
Augusta, S.C., and Ann Dom of
South Carolina; and one
grandchild.
Morning Funeral Home of
Melrose is in charge of
arrangements.

Mae Green
BROKER Mae Dell Witt
Green, 67, of Brooker died
Thursday, July 6, 2006, at her
residence following an extended
illness.
Born in Bland, the daughter or
Ellery .and Mary Witt, Mrs. Green
was a homemaker and member of
the Church of Christ.
Mrs. Green is survived by: her
husband of 51 years, Clyde Green
Jr. of Brooker; three daughters,
Debbie Green Ellis and Shari
Jenkins, both of Brooker, and
Wanda Bass of Worthington.
Springs; two sons, Dwight Green
of Worthington Springs and
Wayne Green of Brooker; a
brother, Bill Witt of Alachua;
three sisters, Mary Evans of Lake
City, Lillian. Brown of High
Springs, and Lucy English of Ft.
White: 16 grandchildren and 24


great-grandchildren.
Funeral services for Mrs.
Green were July 9, 2006, in the
chapel of Archer Funeral Home of
Lake Butler with the Rev. Greg
Douglas officiating. Burial
followed in Dedan Cemetery
under the care of Archer Funeral
Home of Lake Butler.

Lotus Pfeiffer
NEWBERRY Lotus Louise
Pfeiffer, 85, of Newberry died
Monday, July 3, 2006, at
Windsor Manor Nursing Home
following an extended illness.
Born in Albuquerque, N.Y., the
daughter of the late Lester and
Margaret Parker, Mrs., Pfeiffer
was a member of the Zion
Lutheran Church in Gainesville.
She was also a member of the
American Legion in Hawthorne,
Melrose and Keystone Heights,
the Women's Club and VFW in
Hawthorne.
Mrs. Pfeiffer is survived by: a
daughter, Nancy Esford of
Newberry; and three
grandchildren, Michael Esford,
Shannon Esford and Christy
Esford. She was preceded in death
by her husband, Edward G.
Pfeiffer.
Memorial services for Mrs.
Pfeiffer will be held at a later date
in Jefferson Barricks National
Cemetery in St. Louis.

Merren Lizenbee
GRAHAM Merren Clay
Lizenbee, 86, of Graham died
Wednesday, July 5, 2006, at his
residence.
Born in Risco, Mo., Mr.
Lizenbee lived in Starke before
moving to Graham in 2003. He
was employed with the city of
Starke as a heavy equipment
.operator for 17 years. He also
worked with the Civil Service at
Cecil Field and served in the U.S.
Army during World War II and
was a member of Sampson City
Church of God.
Mr. Lizenbee is survived by:
his wife, Dorothy Lizenbee of
Graham; a son, Marren Charles
Lizenbee of Keystone Heights;
three daughters, Dorothy Marie
Sanford and tMarilyn Forsyh,
both of Keystone Heights, and
Shirley Spencer of Starke; a
stepson, Jerry Geiger of Starke; a
brother, Bob Lizenbee of Dexter,
Mo.; four sisters, Bea Donica of
Cypress, Calif., Velma Allen of
Missouri, Helen Robinson of
Maiden, Mo., and Betty Curran
of Dexter, Mo.; 1,7
grandchildren, 49 great-
grandchildren and eight great-
great-grandchildren. He was
preceded in death by a wife,-
Dorothy Lizenbee, a son,
Richard Wayne Lizenbee, a


daughter, Nancy Louise Lizenbee
and a stepson, John Geiger.
Funeral services for Mrs.
Lizenbee were July 10, 2006, at
Sampson City Church of God
with the Rev. Gene Bass
officiating. Burial followed in
Santa Fe Cemetery under the care
of Archie Tanner Funeral Home
of Starke.

Benjamin Powers
WALDO Benjamin Franklin
Powers'Jr., 64, of Waldo died
Saturday, July 8, 2006, at his
residence following an extended
i.llness.
Born in Laurinburg, N.C., Mr.
Powers lived in Gainesville
before moving to Waldo 22 years
ago. He was a carpet installer.
Mr. Powers is survived by:
three daughters, Kimberly
Wasdin of Waldo, Sherry Alvers
of Keystone Heights and Kelly
Powers of Fairbanks; two sisters,
Martha Kennedy of Concord,
N.C. and Millie Brown of
Candler, N.C.; three
grandchildren and one great-
grandchild. He was preceded in
death by a son, Benjamin
Franklin Powers Ill and a
brother, Bucky Parrish.

Funeral services for Mr.
Powers were July 11, 2006, in
the chapel of Archie Tanner
Funeral Home of Starke with the
Rev. Bill Nicols officiating.
Burial followed in Keystone
Heights Cemetery.
Memorial contributions may
be made to Hospice of North
Central Florida, 4200 N.W. 90th
Blvd., Gainesville, FL 32606.


Jennings Starling
PUTNAM HALL Jennings
William "J.W." Starling, 82, of
Putnam Hall died Tuesday, June
27, 2006, at his residence
following an extended illness.
Born in LaCrosse, Mr.


Starling was a self-employea
produce farmer and watermelon .
broker throughout Florida and !
Georgia. He owned several'
produce stands in the area and
also worked for the Florida
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50899 $15.00
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51445 $15.00
50696 $15.00
51698 $15.00
51839 $15.00
51847 $30.00
51851 $15.00

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Pamela R. Crawford
Jane H. Thrower
Steven B. Varnum
John V. Olin
Carolyn S. Shadd
Patrick Robertson
Gladys A. VanDiver
Jeremy L. Allen
Nicole S. Canipe
Casey L. Crews
Roger N. Jones
Bryan G. King

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50250 $7.40
50284 $6.20
50285 $5.00
50286 $5.00
50299 $7.04
50386 $5.12
50389 $5.00
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50400 $5.36
50488 $5.00
50492 $5.48
50493 $6.20
50496 $6.80
50502 $5.12
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51408 $12.20


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Heather'tuke Crawford
Rod Allen Crawford
John Franklin Barns
James A. Roberts
Walter Wyatt Snider
Tony Smith
Kayla Jones.
Tommy Mejias
Janice Brooke Watson
Gregory Griffis
Walter Brandt
Hubert James, Jr.
Wanda Pittrman Middleton
Holly S. McClellan
Lindsey C. Teschendorf
Officer Michelle Tarrant,
Quincy Harris
Terrell Odom
John R. Winn, Jr.
Ashley Roberts
Benjamin Carey Zoltowski
Devin Dever
Richard Carbaugh
Kyle Jerrels
Shawana Nicole Cray
Joshua Roman. Crane
Elizabeth Taylor Crawford
Carrie Willoughby
Tina Lynn McGee
Joe Lamery
Leland Scott Salazar
William Gerad Griffis
Don Brantley
Kyle Douglas Nettles.
Lindsey Bollinger
Misty M. Ransom
Kathrina Robinson
Yanisha Trashawn Scott
Warren Christopher Wright
Eli J. Gilliam
Kristin Gilliam
Jimmy Lamar Hankerson
Latasha Yvette Hankerson
Priscilla Chandler
Cynthia Allen
Keri L. Geiger
Barbara Alison Chriscoe
James Pringle
Ashley Leggett
Heather Boggess
Nikita Shurie Reed
Paul Andrew McCloud
Mark Bell
Yolanda Dionne Jones
Shawn Michael Webster.
David Alan Tomlinson
Matthew Robert Barnhart
Jason Clark
Terry Webb
Linda S. Jordan
Shawn Michael Webster
Steven D. Sherouse
Jennifer C. Lourcey
Tina Lorene Williams
Shean Morgan
Shane Leon Cooper
Christina N. Gorman-Hedge
John Hodges
James A. Crosby
David Ross Osteen
James W. Lanier
Carolyn Ann Adams
Antiqua Fonshay Adams
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Stanley Lee Whitehead
Steven Paul Wilson


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Passion Wims
Theron Hunter
Jessica Nicole Starling
Charlie Bradford Manning
Gail Thompson
Elizabeth Taylor Crawford
K. Thomassen
Kenneth Cole
Frederick G. Myers
James Aaron Ceballos
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Merlin D. Howard
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Malcolm Moore
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Robert Burdell Morris
Imogene Lott
Joshua Antonio Dell
Kimberly Michelle Lane
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Britany Collingsworth
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50422,
50430
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50440
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50546
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50569
50633
50640
50642
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Frank E. Kolosky, Jr.
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Naphtia Salnito Harris
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Nikia Surevalle Ross
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Six families received cars this year through a grant program administered by
Communities in Schools Transportation Operation, or CISTO. Above, Dwasha Lewis
(left) receives her sedan from CISTO's Diana Crawford. -


6 cars given away to make

families self-sufficient


BY MARCIA MILLER
Telegri ph Staff Writer
You. are out of work and
recel'. ing Temporary Aid to
Need) Families. You don't
want to be on government
assistance roles, but you have
to provide food and shelter for
your family.
You don't have a car -or
money for cab fare on a daily
basis. Because you have no
transportation, you can only
apply for jobs that are near
your home. The only -job
available within walking


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Open Mon-Sat 8am 5pm
Closed Sunday


distance is a minimum wage
job.
Because you are earning
minimum wage, it is not.likely
that you will be able to afford
a car any time soon. Because
you don't have a car, you can't
apply for better-paying jobs.
The cycle goes round and
round.
Communities in Schools
Transportation Operation, or
CISTO, sponsored a grant-
funded program this year that
helped solve this problem for
six local families.
Judy Thornton, Amanda
Waldron, Aurilla Williams,


Bryan's M.
HARDWARE
1101 S. Walnut Street
Starke, FL
904-964-4642
Open Mon-Sat 8 am 7pm
Open Sun 9 am 5 pm


Rebecca Ocker, Lyshon
Madison and Dwasha Lewis
all received cars.
Grant funds provided
through the Alachua-Bradford
Workforce Development
Board purchased five used
cars. One' used car was
donated. All six were
refurbished through the
automotive repair classes at the
Bradford-Union Area Career
and Technical Center.
Noegel's Auto Sales of
Starke provided a six-month
warranty on the refurbished
cars and CIS will hold the
titles for one year. If the
insurance is maintained on the
cars, after one year the title
will pass to the new owners.
One recipient was able to
apply for work with the.
Department of Corrections
because she can now drive to
the prison area. She went from
a minimum-wage job to
earning about $13 per hour and
her family is entirely off of all
government assistance.
'Another recipient was able
to get a job as an assistant
manager in a store in
Gainesville because she can
now drive to work. Her
family's income has
significantly increasedtver'the- .
job she had cleaning roomsin
a, hotel. She 'worked there'
because it was only a couple of
blocks from her home.
"The whole idea is to help
families get to the point where
they can take care of
themselves," said CIS Director
Jim Biggs. "If you d6n't have
a way to get to work, you have
a hard time finding a good job.


There may not be any snow-capped
mountains in the distance, nor
expanse of ocean and beach, but at
twilight on July 3, it would have been
difficult to find the serenity, peace and
beauty that is Kingsley Lake
anywhere else as residents and
visitors celebrated the lifestyle
afforded by living on its shores.
Lake residents and friends from far
and near gathered at the Camp
Blanding noncommissioned officers
club for a splendid cookout, social
hour, dance and get-together, sans
speeches or serious talk on any
subject. It was a gala occasion with
big band music, rendered by the Clay
County Community Band
specializing in swing-time music in
its golden years.
The 60-piece band, under the
direction of Burk Shields is composed
of Clay and Duval county residents
that get together to make music for
their own pleasure, but do about six
gigs a year for special occasions, such
as the Kingsley Lake group.
Earlier this spring, the band played
for the Starke Woman's Club fund-
raiser, providing a real crowd-pleaser
for the generation that danced to their
type of music so many years ago.
While the band plays for .its own
pleasure, it does accept donations to
help defray the cost of music and


If you can't-find a good job,
you have a hard time providing
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7 cases of trailer theft solved


A rash of utility trailer thefts
in 2003 in Starke has been
solved after the arrest of a
Lake City man June 28.

Paul Alan Welsh, 47, of
Lake City was arrested by the
Columbia County Sheriff's
Office June 28 on charges
related to dealing in stolen
property, but investigation
indicated he may have been
involved in criminal activity in
other counties.
Starke Police Department


Investigator Barry Warren
interviewed Welsh, who
confessed to stealing seven
utility trailers in Starke
between March and September
of 2003.

"He admitted to taking
trailers in Bradford, Union,
Clay, Columbia and Alachua
counties," said Inv. Warren.
"He said sometimes he would
repaint them and sometimes he
would slap a 'for sale' sign on
them the same day he stole


them. He said he sold them
within a day or two."
Since there is no record of
the sales, Inv. Warren said
recovering the Starke trailers
would be very difficult. None
of the Starke trailers had been
recovered as of press time,
although some trailers from
other counties had been.
Inv. Warren said Welsh will
most likely face statewide
prosecution; since the charges
were filed in so many different
counties.


Stolen saw leads to drug arrest


Jerry Roy Bennefield, 32, of
Raiford was arrested July 8 by
Union County Sheriff's Office
Deputy Kevin Dice after a
witness saw Bennefield
remove a Makita chop saw
worth $1,200 from the vehicle
of his employer on July 5.
Bennefield had been
terminated July 5 by his
employer and was taken home
by an employee driving a
company truck.
When Bennefield got out of
the truck, the other employee
saw Bennefield remove the
chop saw and several -other
items from the truck.
Bennefield allegedly told the



ARRESTS
Continued from p. 2B

violation of probation. Graham
was released from the
Bradford Jail on her own
recognizance by Judge David
Reiman July 6.
Graham was then arrested
on July 7 by SPD Officer King
on a Columbia County warrant
for violation of probation on
an original charge of grand
theft. She was transferred to
Columbia County on July 7.
Thomas Allen, 32, of Starke,
was arrested July 5 by SPD
Officer Jason Crosby for
violation of probation on an
original charge of having no
valid driver's license. Bond
was set at $1,000 and he,was
released on bond July 5.
KevinBeans,.35, of Daytona,
Beach, was arrested July 5.,byri
'Hampton- Police Department
Officer Bill Tillotson for
DWLSR and on a Volusia
County warrant. Bond was set
at $1,500 and he was released
on bond July 6.- .
Myrtle Brown, 45, of Starke,
was arrested July 6 by SPD
Officer Don-'Spriggle on a
Clay County warrant'for DUI.
Bond was set at $752 and she
was released on bond July 6.
William Fletcher, 25, of
Starke, was arrested July 6 in
Alachua County on Bradford
warrants for failure to appear
in court on two violation of
probation charges. He
'remained in the Bradford Jail
as of press time.
Adrian McLemore, 44, of Ft.
Lauderdale, was arrested July
6 by Parole and Probation
Officer Lettlefield .for violation
of probation on an original
charge of habitual DWLSR.
He remained in the Bradford
Jail as of press time.
Amanda Leffler, 25, of
Starke, was arrested July 6. by
Putnam County on Bradford
warrants for three counts of
failure to appear in court on
worthless check charges. Bond
was set at $2,000 and she


employee he was keeping the
saw because his employer
owed him back wages.
Bennefield later allegedly
admitted that he was not owed
back wages.
Bennefield voluntarily
returned some of the items to
his employer, but not the chop
saw, a level and a level case.
Deputy Dice went to
Bennefield's residence on July
8 to interview Bennefield, who
was not home.
However, Deputy Dice said
he could clearly see, through
the open windows of the
mobile home, two four-foot
marijuana plants growing in a


remained in the Bradford Jail
as of press time.
Gordon Baker, 42, of
Keystone Heights, was
arrested July 7 by BCSO
Deputy Chuck Johnson for two
violation of probation charges
on original charges of one
count' battery and one count
domestic .battery. Bond was set
at $5,000 and he remained in
jail as of press time.
Billy 'Ransom, 38, of
Hampton, was arrested July 7
by SPD Sgt. Ricky Crews for
possession of less than 20
grams of marijuana and
possession of drug
paraphernalia. Bond was set at
$2,000 and he was released on
bond July 7.


container in the kitchen.
Further investigation revealed
three additional marijuana
plants outside the home and a
quantity of loose marijuana
and marijuana seeds drying on
a table in plain view.
Bennefield was contacted at
a nearby residence and placed
tinder arrest.
Bennefield was charged with
possession -of less than 20
grams of marijuana, cultivation
of a controlled substance,
grand theft and dealing in
stolen property (since he
allegedly traded the saw to
someone who sold it).


Brown for driving with an
expired driver's license. Bond
was set at $500 and he was
released on bond July 8.
Jose Jaimes, 22, of Lake
Como, 'was arrested July 8 by
SPD Officer Tarrant for having
no valid driver's license. Bond
was set at $500 and he was
released on bond July 8.
David Hinds,' 24, of Graham,
was arrested July 10 by BCSO
Deputy Steve Bivins for
domestic battery. Bond had not
been set as of press time.
Brian Eugene Rose, 29, of
Lake Butler, was arrested July
3 by Union County Sheriff's
Office (UCSO) Deputy Robert
Manning for disorderly


County Jail in response to a
warrant for sexual offense
against a child 12-16 years old.
Bond was set at $100,000.
Mark Estin Crawford, 23, of
Lake Butler, was arrested June
30 by UCSO: Deputy Brett
Handley on two warrants from
Charlton County, Ga., for
being a fugitive from justice
and fleeing across state lines.
Reginald Terrell Nelson, 27,
of Raiford, was arrested July 8
by UCSO Deputy Raymond
Shuford on a Union County
warrant for violation of
probation.
Theodore J. Foray' Jr., 46, of
Raiford, was arrested July 5 by
UCSO Deputy Donnie Jones
on a Duval County warrant.
Bond was set at $5,003.
Michael Clark Burns, 19, of
Keystone Heights, was
arrested July 10 by the Clay
County Sheriff's Office
(CCSO) for two counts of
simple battery.
Curtis Jones, 48, of
Keystone Heights, was
arrested July 7 by CCSO for
knowingly driving while
license is -suspended or
revoked. He was arrested on
July 10 by CCSO for having
no valid driver's license.
Linda Raulerson, 43, of
Melrose, was arrested by
CCSO July 4 for pettit theft.
Sara., Crawford, 23, of
Keystone Heights, was
arrested July 6 by CCSO on
one count of forgery and one
count of uttering a forged
instrument.
Joe Cirerol, 21, of Lawtey,
was arrested July 7 by CCSO
for indirect criminal contempt.
Wilson Quartermain, 43, of
Keystone Heights, was
arrested July 7 by CCSO for
simple domestic battery.
Daniel Spradley, 44, of
Keystone Heights, was.
arrested July 7 by CCSO for
forgery, uttering a forged
instrument and petit theft.
Jessica Taylor, 24, of
Melrose, was arrested July 8
by CCSO for aggravated
battery.


-conduct after a caler reported Charles Anderson, 24, of
Benjamin Clark, 56, of a domestic disturbance. Keystone Heights, was
Lawtey, was arrested July 7 by Will H Davis, 52 arrested July 9 by CCSO for
BCSO Deputy Robbie Watkins Wlle enry D avis, wa contem tof court
;,on Alachua Coffifty warfiafs" residence unknown, was, contemptof curt... ;
for seven-ounts.f ijolaipf. arrested July .l.-by-USOInv Katherine Buhl, '43, ,of
probation. Original charges i.M Tomlinson. after he Starke, was arrested July 9 by
included possession of turned himself in at the Union CCSO for criminal mischief.
cocaine, possession of
marijuana, possession of
methamphetamine, possession
of drug paraphernalia,
DWLSR" and attaching an
improper tag. Total bond was
set at $4,000 and he remained
in jail as of press time. .

Thomas Crews Jr., 21, of
Middleburg was arrested July
7 by the Clay County Sheriff's
Office on a Bradford warrant r
for habitual DWLSR. Bond
was set at $20,000 and ie wvas
released from the Bradford Jail k
on bond July 8. .
Dexter George, 24, of
Starke, was arrested July 8 by
SPD Officer Murray for
habitual DWLSR. Bond was
set at $5,000 and he remained
in jail as of, press time.
Barbara Walker, 34, of Lake
Butler, was arrested July 8 by
SPD 'Officer Tarrant on a
Union -County warrant for
child abuse. Bond was set at
$2,500 and she was released
on bond July 8.
Leroy Scarlett, 44, of West
Palm Beach, was arrested July
8 by SPD Officer Danihy


Marco Garcia, 33, of
Keystone Heights, was
arrested July 9 by CCSO for
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Highway Patrol from 1953-56.
He was a member of New River
Baptist Church.
Mr. Starling is survived by:
his wife, Patricia Starling of
Putnam Hall two sons, Eddie
Starling and Mike Starling, both
of Graham: a daughter, Diane
Snow of Graham; a stepson,
Chuck Sutton of Hawthorne; and
a stepdaughter, Shirley Sullivan
of St. Augustine; 15
grandchildren, six great-
grandchildren and one great-
great-grandchild.
Funeral services for Mr.
Starling were June 30, 2006, at
Antioch Baptist Church with the
Rev. Jim Carver officiating and
the Rev. Jim Leftwich assisting.
Burial followed in Antioch
Cemetery under the care of Archie
Tanner Funeral Home of Starke.


Chris Sullivan
STARKE Christopher D.
"Chris" Sullivan, 21, of Starke
died Saturday, July 8, 2006, from
injuries sustained in an
automobile accident.
Born in Gainesville, on July
8, 1985, Mr. Sullivan was a
lifelong resident of Starke. He
graduated from Bradford High
School and was a corrections
officer at UCI.
Mr. Sullivan is survived by:
his parents, Danny and Donna
Sullivan of Starke; a sister,
Christina Sullivan, of Starke; a
nephew, Conner Sullivan, of
Starke; and his maternal
grandfather, Kenneth Crawford of
Starke.
Funeral services for Mr.
Sullivan were July 12, 2006,. in
Sampson City Church of God


with the Rev. Gene Bass
conducting the services.
Interment followed in Hope
Baptist Church Cemetery under
the care of .Jones Funeral Home
of Starke.


Catherine Teto
MELROSE Catherine Louisa
Teto, 37, of Melrose died
Tuesday, July 11, 2006, at her
residence.
Born in Greenfield, Mass.,
Miss Teto moved to Melrose four
years ago from Massachusetts.
She was a student and was of the
Episcopal faith.
Miss Teto is survived by: her
parents, Paul and Margaret Teto
of Melrose; a brother, Brian Teto
of Middleburg; two nephews,
William Teto and Landon Teto,
both of Middleburg; her aunt and
godmother, Winifred Mahoney.s
Memorial services for Miss
Teto will be held at 10:30 a.m.
on Friday, July 14, 2006, in the
DeWitt C. Jones Chapel in
Keystone Heights with Father
Harold Ritchie conducting the
services.
Graveside services will be held
at a later date in Ashby, Mass.


DeSiree Warburton
STARKE DeSiree Rose
Warburton, 28, of Starke died
Sunday, July 9, 2006, at her
residence.
Born in Brooklyn, N.Y., Mrs.
Warburton had lived in
Gainesville before moving to
Starke 15 years ago. She was in
training at UCI to become a
correctional officer and was of
the Methodist faith.
Mrs. Warburton is survived
by: her mother and father, Donna
and John Gordon Miller of
Starke; a son, Diontre Lyndel


Jonas of Starke a brother, Mal
Lynn of Starke; two sisters,
Brandy Clemons and Chelsea
King, both of Starke.
Archie Tanner Funeral Home of
Starke is in charge of
arrangements.

In Memory

In Loving Memory of
My Daughter
Deborah Sue Kite

Twenty-five years ago you went
away, but it seems like yesterday.
And, when someone tells me how
they feel, I think to myself,
how could you, when you have not
been through an ordeal.
But, my beautiful one, you are safe,
without any sorrow.

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The family oJ'Dolly McRae Spiers
wishes to thank everyonefor their
calls, visits, flowers andfood sent
to her and herfamily.
Special thanks to the Rev. Terry
Blakeslee, Fitrst Baptist Church
members, Jeannie and Carolyn,
Jones Funeral Home and Shands
Starke for their loving care ofAunt ,
Dolly.
Jackie and Kenneth Grider
and Family






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theirprayers, support and kindness
as our loved one passed.
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less than 2000 miles,
garage kept, $3000. Call
352473-7909.
1989 HONDA, 2 door, stan-
dard, $2000 OBO. 1997
Chevy Cavalier, 2 door,
automatic, $2000 OBO.
Both run good. Call 904-
769-9754.
2004 HONDA REVEL 200
miles, pay off or $2900
cash. Call 352-473-9307.
44 Boats and
ATV's
1980 '35HP MERCURY
outboard engine, with
accessories Runs great.
$900 OBO Call 904-
42.4 6795
SMALL BOAT MOTORS
for sale: 5.5, 7.5, 9.5 &
two 10's. Call 904-964-.
7112.
1999 16 FT GLASTRON
Bow rider boat with 2001
Outboard 90" Johnson
Motor. Comes with boat-
ing accessories, great
condition, $5000. Call
352-473-4356.
45 Land for
Sale
2.5 acres, Lawtey, Fl, near
pistol range,


$39,500.Call R Austin
Realty@ 904-796-0862.
New deed restricted, sub-
division in Keystone
Heights, Clay County.
Paved Roads, Side-
walks, Underground Utili-
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Less than 3 miles to Lake
Geneva, schools and
downtown. A great place
to build your dream
home. 1/2 to 1 acre lots
starting at 40K. Reserve
your lot today at pre-con-
struction prices. See
more at www.kelly
smoak.com or call Kim at
5, '2494-1432 .,
HAWTHORNE 3+ acres,'
lakeIr..r.I. :0 1' Redmon.'
'DW, beautiful oaks.'
Needs cosmetic
makeover. Owner will fi-
nance, lease/purchase.
Sacrifice $124K nego-
tiable, call 954-424-
4455.
2.5 ACRES WITH 99
TWMH well & septic, like
new in Union County, fi-
Snancing available. Call
386-496-1146. Asking
$84,000.
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location 2 parcels 2800
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3827 for more informa-
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3007 owner/agent.
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KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
brick home, 1571 sqft
3BR/1.5BA, carpet, ceil-
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one car garage, fenced
backyard, new stove, re-
frigerator, excellent con-
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and town, $149,900. Call
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BR/2BA brick home, on
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acres, $170K. Call 352-


371-0903.
4BR/1BA NEWLY RE-
MODELED home in
town, nice neighbor-
hood, asking $123,500.
1123W. Pratt. Call 386-
793-4446.
49 Mobile
Homes for Sale
HILLIARD/NEW Jacobsen
32 x48: 3BR/2BA, set up
on 2 acres with well, sep-
tic & power pole in-
cluded, $734 per month.
Call 904-548-1480.
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just bought out Double J
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1996 DWMH Homes of
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front porch & A/C. Very
clean, must move,
$27,500 OBO. Call 352-
494-0124 or 904-964-
5116.
DWMH ON 2.5 ACRES
3BR/2BA, outside city
limits, back porch, with
carport, $75,000. Call
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$1000, each you move,
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LEASE ONLY 1BR fur-
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lake access, $550 per
month and $550 deposit.
Call 352-473-7769.
1201 DELL STREET
Starke, 3BR/1BA, 1326
Sq ft, carport, good con-
dition, new CH/A, new
appliances, tile floors,
credit application re-
quired. $775 per month,
call Trevor Waters Realty
Inc. at 352-473-7777.
FURNISHED ROOMS
FOR RENT! COM-
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$110-$120./wk. Room
without bath, $95. Laun-
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Close to churches,


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WE HAVE 2 OR 3 bedroom
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1323.
SOUTHERN VILLAS OF
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non HC apartments.
Central ac/heat, on site
laundry, playground, pri-
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sphere. Located on
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call 904-964-7295, TDD/
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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 &
receptiboni 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.
3BR/1.5BA HOUSE in
quiet, safe neighbor-
hood, Saratoga Heights.
1 mile from downtown
Starke. Large backyard
'facing open field for pri-
vacy, wood flooring ,in
bedrooms, new carpet in
living room, brand new
windows, $700 per
rnonth. Credit check and '


references required. Call
814-257-9825.
LARGE 2BR upstairs un-
* furnished apt. 3 miles
north of Starke on Hwy
301. 1st & last month in
advance, $500 per
month. Call 352-283-
4634.
HOUSE FOR SALE OR
RENT Keystone Heights,
1 0+ acres, 2200 sqft DW,
secluded, private. Ap-
praised over 200K, price
is 175K. Owner may fi-
nance. Call 954-424-
4455, lease purchase.
NICE CLEAN MH for rent,
$650 per month. No pets.
Call 904-964-3595.
LARGE 2BR/2BA MH,
$425. 3BR/2BA MH,
$550. 4BR/2BA MH CH/
A, $650. Deposit re-
quired. All outside the
City Limits. Call 904-964-
6445.
FOR RENT large 1BR/1BA
apartment, $400 per
month, $400 deposit. 6
month lease required.
Call, Mike at 904-364-
7026.
ROOM TO ROAM in this.
spacious 3BR/2BA
house, large living room
with fireplace and more
on Lake Geneva.
Seperate office/cottage
included. Yearly lease,
non smokers. $1500/
month rent $1500 secu-
rity deposit. Carroll Rent-
als & Management, Inc.
352-473-1025.
QUIET AND PEACEFUL
on Little Lake Geneva,
2BR house with de-
tached garage and much
more, no pets, $725 per


month rent, $725 secu-
rity deposit. Carroll Rent-
als & Management, Inc.
352-473-1025.
MOBILE HOME for rent in
Raiford. DW 3BR/1.5BA,
nice location $500 per
month. First, last & de-
posit. Call 386-431-1898.
KEYSTONE DW 3BR/2BA
total electric, new carpet,
metal roof, walk in clos-
ets, one acre on paved
road off Gasline Road.
Water included. No pets,
$675 per month plus de-
posit. Call 386-671-3035
or cell 352-235-1288.
3BR/2BA, DWMH, laundry
room, 30ft covered
porch, small barn, on 4
acres, fenced, Keystone
area, $750 month plus,
$750 deposit. Call 386-
445-6302.
3BR DW on Crosby Lake,
$500 deposit, $700 per
month; first and last
months rent. No pets.
Call 904-964-6530.
KEYSTONE MOBILE
HOME was .3BR/1BA,
converted to a 2BR/1BA
with a large living room,
new carpet; paint;- Fully.,
furnished $600 per
month, unfurnished $500
per month. 1st, last, se-
curity, payments pos-
sible.
FOR RENT 3BR/3BA fire
place, garden tub, MH,
$550 per month. Call af-
ter 6pm, Starke area,
904-880-7763
IN STARKE 2BR/1BA wall
to wall' carpet, CH/A,
washer. Oryer hookup.
lenced yard nice house
den(can be used as a 3rd


bedroom), $595 per
month, 1st, last security
deposit. Call 904-966-
1334.
NEWLY REMODELED up-
stairs apartment in
downtown Starke. 2/BR,
CH/A. $450 month, 1st,
last, and security de-
posit. One available
now, one available July
15th. Call Joan at 904.-
964-4303.
VACATION RENTAL last
minute discount, $700
per week, pool, beach
access, very nice. Call
Faulkner Realty at 352-
745-1212 or 904-964-
4048.
52 Animals
and Pets

FREE
PUPPIES!
ONLY/'3 LEFT!
8 wks old,
wormed & healthy.
All colors,
-_very cute.
Call 386-496-1215

DOGS FOR ADOPTION
OR FOSTERING pup-
pies, puppies and more
puppies, 10 kittens
ready, come and look we
will save for you Ger.
man Snepard mix. neu.
tered 10 Boxer/LaD pup.
pies. 5 weeks old. eating
on their own. lots to
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f(' Northeast Florida. Inc. Starke Kevston1 Heights
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VIEW OF POND: Newly remodeled 3/2 on 2BR/1BA FRAME HOUSE ON CORNER
3/4 acre. Roof 3-yrs.-old, new well, easement LOT IN WALDO. Central'heat and air and
runs along north fence line. $59,900. all appliances included. 20 minutes to
MLS#307029. Gainesville. $65,000. MLS#284902.










3/2 HOME has lots ofcharm with metal roof 4/3 BRICK IN COUNTRY. In ground pool
and 2 screened porches. New vinyl siding, w/600 sq. ft. pool house. One acre lot, well
updated electric, CH&A& new windows. Big landscaped grounds. New'shadow box fence
country kitchen. $92,500. MLS#260576. entire rear yard. $299,500. MLS#313391.

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Features 3BRs, 2BAs, split
S. bedroom plan, large fenced
"' r backyard, wood cabinets in
kitchen and master suite
boasts walk-ln closet.
$149,900.
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2 Parcels
13+ Acres in all
500 ft frontage on 301
South -Only 3/10 mile
from Super Walmart.
Office
2800 sq ft Building
Mini-storage and Barn
*Ideal Location*
Call (904) 964.3827


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.
BOSTON TERRIER PUP-
PIES for sale. Purebred,
CKC registered, born
May 20, 2006. They
have shots, parents are
on premises, 2 males
and 3 females to choose
from, $400 to $450.
Available July 15, 2006.
Call 904-364-8860 or
352-473-7781 to inquire..
COCKER .SPANIEL, 4
year old, neutered cur-
rent on shots, free to
good home. Call 352-
473-1227.
53 A Starke
Yard Sales
HUGE YARD SALE Sat
only, 9am to 3pm. 100 to
Lake Butler, left on 121,
6.5 miles to Clyatt Well
Drilling, 2nd gravel road,
follow signs. Bicycles,
car seats, table, lots of
items. Call 386-496-
1270.
HUGE HUGE YARD SALE
Fri, Sat & Sun, 8am to
5pm. Rain or shine.
Household, tools, lots of
books, antiques, auto,
much more. Restocked
daily. 2 miles south ol
Walmart on'US 301,
next to Eddies Produce.
3 FAMILY SALE lots of
good stuff. 301 South to
227, right on 225, red 2,
story house on left.
GARAGE SALE Sat July
15th, from 8am to ipm,
1003 East Call Street,
Starke. Furniture,
clothes, toys, dining
room set.
2 FAMILY YARD SALE in
Lawtey, Thurs, Fri & Sat,
8am to 2pm. Take 125
West, 1.5 miles on right
at garage. Lots of misc
stuff, rain cancels till, next
week. Bronco 4 X .4,
Dodge Caravan & flat
bed utility trailer also.
Call 904-782-1713 for
information.
YARD SALE Fri & Sat,
from 8am to 12pm 1023
Eastwood Dnve Lots of
misc items, men, women
and all size children
clothes. Follow signs,
close to Souihside.
SR 21 B across from
Dump Frin Sam to 7 look
for signs. Furniture, odds
& ends lots of good
stuff
MULTI FAMILY yard sale
Sat Sam to 825 Cy-
press St Movies
disnes, clothes, nick
nacks. household items.
metal comer stand, wall
snelf, plus lots more.
YARD SALE Fr, Sam to
2pm, Sat 8am to 12pm
13182 SE CR100A
(Grnffis Loop) 3/10 mile
past Grace Baptist
Church Pictures. col-
* lectibles.
2 FAMILY YARD SALE Sat
9am to 7 1 mile west of
Lake Butler, on HWY
100 Look for signs.
53 B Keystone
Yard Sales
SATURDAY 7/15 8am to
2pm, 6651 CR 214
(Gizmo Road) Misc
items, computer,.
clothes, etc.
FRI & SAT 7/14 & 7/15
Two family Computer
desk, small appliances,
kitchen, misc clothes
and more Jasmine Ave.
SR 21 B across from
Dump. Fn 8am to ? look
for signs. Fumiture, odds
& ends. lots of good
stuff.
HUGE SALE Furniture,
tools, all kinds of items,
clothing too, even new
items, much to have Fn
& Sat. 8.30am to

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7613 Oak Forest Road
off CR214.
YARD SALE Fri & Sat. July
14th & 15th, 8am til ?
Everything must go.
5921 CR 352. W/D, 3 BR
suits, tables, power
tools, lawn furniture.
53 C Lake
Butler Yard
Sales
HUGE YARD SALE Sat
only, 9am to 3pm. 100 to
Lake Butler, left on 121,
6.5 miles to Clyatt.Well
'Drilling, 2nd gravel road,
follow signs. Bicycles,
car seats, table, lots of
items. Call 386-496-
1270.


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.
SCan deliver. Sacrifice'
$140. Call 352-372-
8588;
BED-KING SIZE Pillowtop
mattress and boxsprng
with manufacturer's war-
ranty. Brand new still in
plastic. Can deliver. Sell
for $170. Call 352-372-


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BEDROOM SET 7 piece
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king bed, dresser, mirror,
2 nightstands, chest
available, dovetail con-
struction.. New still in
boxes. Retail $6100,
sacrifice for $1100.352-
377-9846.
DINING ROOM SUITE-
beautiful cherry table, 6
Chippendale chairs and
lighted hutch and buffet..
Brand new still boxed.
Can deliver. Retail
$5800, sacrifice $1100.
352-377-9846.
MATTRESS TWIN sets
$89, full sets $129,
Queen sets $159, King
sets $189. Mattress Fac-
tory 441 Easl Brownlee
St Carpets alSO largc
room size pieces Sa e
a lot. Cash and carry.
Call Sonla at 352-473-
7173 or 904-96443888.
BED-QUEEN orthopedic
Pillowtop mattress and
box. Name brand, new in
plastic, with warranty.
Can deliver. Sacrifice
$100. Call 352-372-
8588.
REFRIGERATOR FOR
SALE $75.-Call Mike at
904-364-7026.
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GE PROFILE WASHER &
DRYER, white, $175 for
both. 21" self propelled
mulching mower, $45.
Call 352-473-2100.
LARGE QUEEN
SLEEPER sofa, 2 years
old, with matching chair
and ottoman, glass
tables, washer & dryer.
Call 904-964-7884.
SET OF 4 NEW Firestone
Destiation LE 265-70/17
tires, $275. Bike rack for
camper ladder, $50.
Bedliner for 2003 or
newer full bed Dodge,
$50. Call 904-964-8069.
Washer by Maytag, $95,
dryer by Whirlpool, $95,
call 904-964-6774.
SOLID GLASS TOP di-
nette with 4 chairs, 4
tires & rims, R-15, 6 lugs,
microwave & stand,
turbo oven; solid oak
galss top coffee table &
end tables, standard full
size mattress, box
springs with rails. Call
904-964-8851, 5397 SE
125th Street in Starke.
TRUSSES FOR SALE Fits
a 13.5 foot by 26 foot
building, 10/12 pitch,
trade ceiling, $500. Call
352-235-5555,
22.43 JOHN DEERE trac-
tor mower, G6200
Kabota Diesel mower,
both for parts for $950.


Wheel chair, good con-
dition, $275. Over the
toilet potty chair, $50.
Pronto electric chair,
$1800. Call 352-473-
6957, leave a message
I will return your call.
58 Educational
Opportunities
OPPORTUNITY FOR
ADULT desiring to learn
a high paying ski!l in
Brick Block Masonry or
Automotive Diesel Me-
chanic. Scholarship op-
portunity available for
motivated and'gifted
learner. Call Bradford
Career Technical at 904-
966-6760 and ask for Mr.
DeSue.
59 Personal
Services
LAWN CARE unmatched
quality in lawn service
Call 386-496-4492.
LAWN MOWNG no job too
small. Call 352-468-
3369.
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-


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PRESSURE WASHING,
CLC home exterior
cleaning. Roofs, siding,
decks, dnveways, side-
walks. Free estimates,
call Curtis, 904-964-
4940.
FLORIDA CREDIT UNION
has money to lend for
M.H. & land packages.
1-800-284-1144.
CUSTOM CUTS Lawn &
Landscape, customized
lawn care, sod, trim-'
ming, landscape design.
Reasonable rates, free
estimates. Commercial
& residential. Licensed
and insured. Call 386-
496-2820, if- no answer
please leave message.
AFFORDABLE, DEPEND-
ABLE house cleaning,
weekly, biweekly,
monthly or new con-
struction & dry foam car-
pet shampooing. Call for
free quote 904-769-
1541.
CHILDCARE IN my home,
day or evening, educa-
tional learning. Infants
welcome. Call 904-964-
5220. ,
65 Help
Wanted
PUBLIC HOUSING MGR
The Union County Hous-
ing Authority 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 public or
private housing. Hired
person must posses
Public Housing Certifi-
pate within-one year of
hire, have software
(Word, Excel), stong
written & verbal interper-
sonal skills; A completed
application and resume
is required include salary
history, must be recieved
no later than 4:00pnrion
July 19, 2006, at Attn:
Ms. Doris G. Thomas,
502 SW 8ih Street. Apt
#102, Lake Buller, FL
32054
LPNS NEEDED Full time.
part time & PRN. to do
inhome care. $18 to $20
per hour, flexible sched-
ule. Call 800-825-9873.
LAND SURVEY help
wanted. Experience re-
quired. Call 904-626-
0902.
THE FLORIDA DEPART-
MENT of Corrections
Reception and Medical
Center is hiring cenifed
and non cenilhie correc-


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tional officers. What it
takes to become a State
Correctional Officer: 19
years of age or older,
High School graduate or
equivalent, United
States Citizen,
Succussfully pass the
Basic Aptitude Test,
physical exam/drug test,
no felony convictions, no
first degree misdemean-
ors, involving perjury'or
false statement, good
moral character,
successful completion of
basic recruit training.
Annual Salary: non cer-
tified $1056.08 bi weekly
or certified $1161.69 bi
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 386496-
6165 or 386-496-6095.
Fax 386-496-6091.
COME JOIN THE FAMILY-
like atmosphere and
work at Windsor Manore.
Open positions for
CNAs, cooks and dietary
aids. Fill out applications
at 602 E Laura St.,
Starke 32091 or fax re-
sume to 904-964-6621.
Call 904-964-3383 for
appointment. EEOC/
DFWP.
DENTAL ASSISTANT out-
going personality
needed for .assisfing in
an upbeat dental office.
Experience preferred,
CDT a plus, but friendli-
ness is a must, and ea-
gerness to learn. Call
352-473-0707.
PLUMBERS & HELPERS
needed. Minimum 3
.years experience, paid
holidays. Mike Green
Plumbing. Call 904-275-
2683 or cell 904-219-
8906.
DRIVERS: GREAT PAY,
Bonus program Solos:
Avg $900 to $1100 per
week. Teams: Guaran-
teed 5200 mi/weekly.
Owner/Ops welcome.
CDL-A 2 years experi-
' ence required. Anita:r
800-451-5529.
DRIVER- ARE.YOU get-
ting a 2006 pay -in-
crease? Roehl drivers "
are paid more with prac--
Ircal route mileage pay
plus top 10 pay rate 53'
van/48' FB Students
welcome. up to $3000
sign on bonus Class A
required Roehl. "Tne
lake home more. be
home more carrier' Call
7daysoweek 1$$$ 888-
626-4915 5$$
www GoRoeni com
SUMMER JOBS, Installer
ol Aluminum ramps and
Stairs needed
irpmedtatley. $11 00 per
hour-Startling"Guaran-


teed overtime. Great op-
portunity to make a lot of
money in a short time.
Background screening
required. Call Byrne
Access Inc. at 352-473-
0185 between 9am &
4pm, Monday-Friday.
AVON REPS needed in all
areas. Start up and earn
50%, total investment.
$10. Start today, local
training. Call Sherry at
904-964-8851.
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even $100 or more in as
little as 2-3 minutes per
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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-
borers. Class A CDL
drivers, mecnan,cs-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
pan lime available. ben-
efits Apply in person al
Autinornzed Consirucion
Services. 7200 SE US
HWY 301, Hawthorne.
352-481-0008.
ASSEMBLY AMERICAN
Access Technologies,
located in Keystone
Heights is accepting ap
plicatons for assembly
positions Willt Iramin
Hours are from Monoay
thru Thursday from 7am
to 3 30pm. and Friday
from 6"30am to 3.30prr
Starting salary 15s $7 25
per hour DWFP. good
benefits Call 352-473.
4984
2ND SHIFT WilI rain, wivn
great polenial for ad-
vancement Hours are
from Monday Ihru Fnr
day from 3 00pm to
11 30pm Startning salary
Ss.37 25 per hur"Af'eri-


can Access Technolo-
gieis located in Key-
stone Heights. DWFP,.
good benefits. Call 352-.,
473-4984.
COME JOIN THE FAMILY.
like atmosphere and :
work at Windsor Manor.
Open positions for
CNA's, cooks and di-'
etary aids. Fill out appli---
cations at 602 E Lauira''-
St., Starke 32091 or fax :
resume to .904-964-"'
6621. Call 904-964-' :
3383 for appointment.;"--
EEOC/DFWP.
DRIVERS: HOME EVERY.
weekend! .41 loaded;'-
.37 empty. .01 loaded- ':
milse. Tarp pay, health:"'
life, dental, 401K.,:-'
monthly bonuses. CDL-'-!
A. 1 year experience:-'
Grayson Mitchell. Call
800-434-1882.
PIANO ACCOMPIANIST'"1:
for small (but growing'.-
Sr.,utrernBapi,51. South- .
ern. Gospel loving"'
Church in Raiord FL'
Ability to play Hymns &:
Praise choruses from-,--,..
hymnal. Ability to read &
play parts for choir re- '
hearsals. Ability to read ..
& pla., special music or ."
cnor penormance wrhen"
necesai-ry MusiC Trac i
are usually used Trnsis ,i
a Compensated posit
tior Please mail resume
to Fellowsnip Baptist
Church, PO Box 338
RaIord FL 32083 An n
Bobby Keele Mnster of i
Music .,r call 386.431..
1066 and leave a mes-
sage. We *iii return your .
call. :.
LIBRARY TECHNICAL
Assistant 1I Braaforq .. .
County is accepting apr ns .
plications for a full timea;,j.
Library Technical Assis-
lan 1 at Bradlord
County Public Library
Salary is negonable.'.
commensurate with "
qualiticalions and expe'
rience Application lorms
ard lob descriptions are
available at me Clerk o1,-
ine Court's ollice, inme _
Alacnua/Bradlora Ca-
reer Cenler. 609 Nonm
Orange Si. room 09-19,.
Slarke FL 32091 or via
the county websile at
www bra fo r ao-c .
lia org. Applications an .,
'resumes may be turned
in or mailed to Cler. of.
Ine Coun P O Dra*er
B 9.15 N Temple Ave,
Starke FL 32091. The
deadline for applications
is July 31. 2006, at.:
5 00pm The county re.
series me lght to reject '
any and all applications- ';T.'
EOE employer .
CAREGIVER NEEDED lor
disabled adult in our
nome Monday inru FriV-
day. daytime. Car 352-
473.2911 -
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We have a brand new facility on busy 301-
South in Starke, Florida. We are growing so-

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Excellent Compensation Package

Customer Friendly Environment

Great Benefits Package

Up to 40% sales commissions

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of Starl or call 904-964-3200 and ask for-

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RNs LPNs Improve our community health by
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For further information contact:
.Kathy Reed at 904-368-3310
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or Sharon McKinnie, R.N. at 850-922-6645,
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needed for local work.
Clean class B license.
Call 352-468-1512 or
352-745-6722.
KEYSTONE GOLF and
Country Club Pro shop
is seeking a PT clerk.
Must be over 21. Call
352-473-4540.
EQUIPMENT OPERATOR
Bradford County is cur-
rently accepting
applications for two (2)
OPS position's for equip-
ment operator for oper-
S ating heavy equipment,
'A and other duties that
may be assigned from
time to time. All appli-
cants must have a valid
Florida Driver's License,
CDL (Class B) preferred.
S. Salary will be based on
the applicant's qualifica-
tions. Application's may
be turned in or mailed to
the Bradford County
Rocad Department at
812B N. Grand Street,
Starke, FL 32091. The



LANCK CITY
CININIiTY C111tEEI
ADJUNCT
INSTRUCTORS FOR
ALLIED HEALTH
"PROGRAMS
Fall 2006
EMS Instructors:
Teach EMT Basic and
Paramedic courses.
Must be registered Florida
paramedic with associate
degree and two years field
experience. Bachelor
degree, teaching experience
and instructor certificate in
ACLS, BTLS, BLS, PEP
preferred.
Contact Dr. A. Pallas,
Executive Director,
Allied Health Academy
Phone: (386) 754-4487;
Fax (386) 754-4987
SEmail:
pallasa@lakecitycc.edu
Patient Care Assistant
-. Program:
Par time Instructor for
clinical/lab
200 hours total,
between 9/27-11/15.
Must. have FLRN license
and 2 years recent
experience in acute or long
termnbare. (I Position $22-
$25/h'our based on degree.)
Practical Nursing
Program:
Clinical instructor
three days per week between
8/23-12/15.
Must-have FL RN license
and 2 years recent
experience in acute or long
term care BSN and leaching
experience preferred
2 Ppiilions $22.25/hour
based on degree.)
Reglslered Nursing
Program:
Clinical faulty for 20
hours,'eek fall term 116
weeks.
MN1 hae mBSN.'FL RN
.license nd 2 year, recent
acute/long lerm care
expenence. MNSN and
leaching e pernence
preferred $23.26/hour
S based on degree i
LPN to RN Bridge
Program:
Clinical faculty for
Saturday 7A 7P between
8/24-12/9 tGainesville)
Stong Medical- Surgical
background preferred Must
have FL RN license and 2
years recent experience in
adult acute care BSN
S required: MSN and teaching
expenerence preferred. t$23.
26/hour based on degree.I
i iVUTRITION (NUR
S1192) Instructor.
S Muuf hase a Masters Degree
in nutrition or related field
., ilh 18 graduate hours in
nutrition (MSN's are
S qualifie i Clas.s neiL
Tuesia s35-00 PM-9 01) PM.
Body Structure and
Function (PRN 0080)
SInstrucior
Must have a BSN in nursing
or health related field % ith a
minimum of 8 hours course
work in anatomy and
physiology Class meets
Monday and Wedr.esday
:5.00 PM-o'45PM.
Contact Robble Carson,
Director of Nursing
Programs
Phone: (386) 754-4304
Fax (386) 754-4904
College application and
copy of transcrinpts required
Application available on the
web'ai: svs s lakecii)cc.edu
LCCC is accredited by the
Soiiuhern Associalion
of Colleges and Schools
VP/ADA/EA/EO College ini
Education & Employment


deadline for accepting
applications is 4:00pm,
Thursday, July 27, 2006.
Application forms may
be picked up at the road
department. Equal Op-
portunity Employer.
INTERIM HEALTHCARE
now hiring RN's, LPN's.
CNA'S, HHA's & PT's for
the Bradford, Clay and
Putnam Counties. Good
pay and benefits. Please
call Angi for details at
352-378-0333.
BUY OR SELL
TUPPERWARE Call
Mamie at 904-964-3030
or 904-364-7790, little
time, lot of money.
DUMP TRUCK drivers,
heavy equipment opera-
tors, motorgrader opera-
tor, concrete finishers,
diesel mechanic & La-
borers. Experience pre-
ferred. Valid drivers li-
cense a must. DFWP w/
benefits apply within


Andrews Pacing, Inc,
627 NW 123rdtPlace,
Gainesville FL. Call 386-
462-1115.
COMMERCIAL FLOOR-
ING company seeks in-
staller, min 12 months
experience, must have
own hand tools, valid
Florida Drivers License.
Pay based on experi-
ence, please call 904-
769-2417, leave a mes-
sage.
HIRING PLUMBERS &
HELPERS Top pay. Call
Becky at 386-674-6041.
Local work.
HELPER LOOKING for
someone with experi-
ence in putting up fenc-
ing approx. 3 days work.
Only experienced need
call 904-964-8875.
HELP WANTED part time,
book keeper, office as-
sistant, Quick books is
desirable, 15 to 20 hours
in Lake Butler. Call 386-


Underground Utilities Construction
Spray Tech.a helpers
Valid DL, CDL preferred. Some
Travel. Travel Exps. Paid
$440,00/wk. to start w/room for
advancement.
(904) 268-4951
Concrete Conservation, Inc.
P.O. Box 24345 Jacksonville, FL 322241
904-268-4951 (800) 284-2030 Fax 904-268-4923




Town and Country Ford Mercury has an
immediate opening for a skilled Service
Tech that is wanting an opportunity to
advance in a growing shop. Factory
training program. Mon-Fri, paid
vacation and health benefits. Top pay
based on experience. Call Carol Still at:
904-964-7200



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LAKE CITY
CEINNIlI4 C0Otllt
Senior SiafT"Asstsiani
needed nhmin the
President' Orffice
Proicient in \ ord and
E ce .Abilt, r0 take and
tranzcribe note; a MurI
AtilirN to work %iun
minimal super nsion
Required hign school
diploma. or equ;alent. plus
four vear. secrerarial or
clencal espernence
Salar) $22,692.00
annually, plus benefits
Deadline for recei ing
applications.
July. 20 200b0
Vocational Recruiter
(Grant Funded Position)
Proife ional pc'Miior.
astilng the Direcior :,i
Admission, Seri ces uIb
re:ruitmeni onr .%-a1no1al
and adult ,ludeni,
Bachelor', degree and two
i.,ears related peence
M-I b, hae 'alid Florida
drner', Itcene.
Computer tiieraie
Salary: 527.583 annually
plus benefits.
Application deadline'
Jul% 28 2006
College application
required Full popii'on
details and application
available on the web at .
vku. lakeciycc edu
Inquiries: Human
Resource Development
149 SE College Place
Lake Cliy. FL 32025
Phone: (386) 754-4314
Fax: (386) 754-4594
E-mail:
boencherg,.lakecltce.edu
LCCC ii accre&lied i Ire
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om College, ardn Sch,.i,
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Avg. $825 $1025/wk
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Jacksonville. FL Terminal
CDL-A req'd 877-428-5627
: www.ctdrivers.comr


496-1878.
NOW HIRING friendly
smiling faces, for morn-
ing shift, 5:45am to 3pm,
M-F. www.ellianos.com
to submit an application
or stop by Elliano's lforan
application.
THE CITY OF STARKE
will be accepting appli-
cations for the position of
Animal Shelter Office
Manager at our Animal
Control Facility. The Ani-
mal Shelter Office Man-
ager is responsible for
the daily operation of the
shelter office. Employee
will answer phone and
take message concern-
ing animal control issues
including, adoption,
stray animal complaints,
affressive dog problems,
dispatch animal control
officer as needed, main-


tain inventory log in com-
plaint calls, maintain in-
take log on animals in
the shelter and other of-
fice duties as needed.
Graduation from High
School ,or GED. Must
pass pre employment
physical exam and drug.
scrgen. Applications
may be picked up at the
Bradford County Career
Center located at 609
North Orange Street,
Starke Florida and re-
turned to the same. Ap-
plications will be ac-
cepted throughout the
close of business on Fri-
day, July 21, 2006. The
City of Starke is an
E.O.E.
MIRAGE MANUFACTUR-
ING hiring all positions.
Riggers, electrical, me-
chanical, & plumbing
experience. Fiberglass


laminators, patchers, fi-
berglass or auto body
exp. Experienced Cabi-
net builder/installers,
rough carpenters, alumi-
num welder/fabricator,
competitive benefits/bo-
nus program, above av-
Serage wages for the right
experience. Mirage is a
drug free workplace.
3001 NE 20th Way
Gainesville, 352-377-
4146.
ALMOND OIL Co., needs
a class A or B with
hazmat driver. DFWP
pass background check.
Minimal points. Call 352-
376-5131 or fax resume
to 352-378-6482.
MECHANIC NEEDED at
Lazenby. Drug Free
Work Place. Call 904-
964-4238. TFN
CLASS A Mechanic for 3rd
shift maintenance crew.


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earnings? This is your opportunity to make a change and
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Medical Plan


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Fun, enjoyable, professional work environment! We offer great
pay, better hours, paid training, advancement opportunities,
excellent health and dental benefits, 401K and profit sharing!
You cannot afford to pass up this offer!


Interested? Call David
Stone, Service Manager,

at 352-372-8433
for more information.


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


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Must have minimum 5
years experience. Pay
ranges from $16.96 plus
a .26 cent differential
pay. We are an equal
opportunity employer
and a drug free work
place. We offer 401K,
health insurance, paid
holidays and vacation.
Apply at Gilman Building
Products, CR 218
Maxville, FL or fax re-
sume to 904-289-7736.
WAREHOUSE
UNLOADERS needed in
Green Cove Springs.
Warehouse, double pal-
let jack & forklift exp.
Start time 5AM M-Sat.


Benefits after 30 days.
MUST pass background
check & drug screen. On
site interviews 7/12,7/13
& Sat. 7/15 from 10am
to 3pm at Work Source
Career Services 1845
Town Ctr. Blvd. # 150,
Orange Bark. or call 1 -
888-306-8042 leave,
name, number and ref-
erence the city & state in
message.
WHAT'S 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 to get yours.
CDL/A 2 yrs OTR.
Shoreline Transporta-
tion. Call 877-208-9176.
BRADFORD TERRACE is
now hiring RN's and
. LPN's part time and full
time, for the 11/7 shift.
We are now accepting
applications for the As-
sistant Director of Nurs-
ing position. Please ap-
ply in person to Donna
Edelen at 808 Colley
Road, Starke, FL 32091.
Call 904-904-9220.
DFWP. EOE.


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I INSIDE SALES PERSONNEL


Keystone Building Center, a fast growing Retail
Lumber & Building Material supplier located in
Keystone Heights, Florida, is seeking qualified inside
sales personnel

The people we are looking for are: dependable; hard
working; have a general knowledge of building
materials and hardware product lines; and like working
with people. Retail sales experience a must and
familiarity with computer based point-of-sales systems
-a plus. If you meet these qualifications and are looking
for a career opportunity, not just a job, then send your
qualifications and wage requirements to the followingg.

Call Holly to arrange for an interview at 352-473-9991,
or fax to 352-473-9686, or e-mail
hjedwl@bellsouth.net. Or mail to P.O. Box 1249,
Keystone Heights, FL 32656.

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


*EXPERIENCED CIS A DRIVERS NEEDED*

CHIP & LIVEBOTTOM VANS

-$1000 Sign on Bonus, Home Nights

Local Runs $650 $750+

Health/Life Ins Avail, 401k

Paid Vacation, WMy Performance Bonus

$500 Quarterly Safety/Perf Bonus

DOT Insp & Driver Referral Bonus

FLATBED DRIVERS

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12 YEARS EXPERIENCE REQUIRED |

Apply in Person at:


PAT SALmON & SONS OF FLORIDA

1501 Pickettville Road, Jacksonville, FL EC


Keystone

building

Sinter .


YARD PERSONNEL -DRIVER

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.

If you 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
arrange for an interview; or fax, 352-473-9686, or
e-mail hiedwl @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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Community members offer opinions on high gas prices
BY DUSTIN HORN afford gas to go to town," medicine. The gas prices are prices are also affecting their Many people said they who commutes, to Starke to
Telegraph Staff Writer Mathis said. making it increasingly difficult hobbies. One man said he believe gas prices will work at the courthouse.
Mathis is 77 years old. She for her to manage her budget, used to fish every weekend, but continue to increase. Ward, who drives a Toyota
As gas prices continue to said she mainly comes to town she said. now can only afford to fish "I think they will keep
soar, many in Bradford County to go to the doctor and to get Others are finding that gas once a month. going up," said Susan Ward, See GAS, p. 8(


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are finding that buying gas is
cutting deep into their budgets,
leaving less money for other
things.
With' gas nearing $3 a
gallon, those who work
outside of town or simply have
to commute long distances to
get necessities are finding
fewer ways of getting around
high gas prices.
"I'll probably start walking
everywhere," said Michael
McMahon from Bradford
County. "I'm not paying $3
for gas."
Edna Mathis of Bradford
County agrees.
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Vaughan is

new FSASE

president....
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
The Florida State
Association of Supervisors of
Elections does not usually
have a president from a small
county, but that changed July 1
when. Terry Vaughan,
Bradford County's supervisor,
stepped into the role for the
2006-07 year.
"I'm humbled and honored
to beelected by my peers to
do this," Vaughan said. "It is a
Tremendous responsibility."
The association does not
typically have a president from
aa small county. The last,
:president from a county similar
in size to Bradford was Doris
Gibbs from Franklin County in
1989. ..
Vaughan said there is a
reason why small-county'
.supervisors don't serve as
Spresidents-the role is time
consuming and places a strain
on small-county supervisor
offices which typically have
small staffs. He admits he will
be spread thin, having to travel
more than he usually does, but
Vaughan said, "'My
responsibility in taking care of
my business here, in the local
elections office will alwax s
remain a priority "
To become president, a
supervisor must be elected b
his or her peers. Vaughan was
approached by supervisors
from small counties five years
ago about putting his name ir'-
for the office of'secretary. If
elected to that office, a
supervisor-then works his way
up the ladder, to treasurer. \ ice
See OFFICE, p. 8C



BC Kennel
Club meets
Tuesday
The Bradford County
Kennel Club's monthly
meeting is Tuesday, July 18, at
Capital City Bank in Starke at
7:30 p.m.
Those who love dogs are
invited to attend. If you are
willing to share your
knowledge and have a desire
to help the club move forward,
there is a place for you.
.For more information,
please call (904) 964-6296 or
(352) 378-5771.


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Auxiliary members may do more than you think


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
People who have entered
Shands Starke have seen them.
They man the desk in the
lobby, dispensing information
and lending their assistance in
any way possible. They also
complete transactions in the
lobby gift shop.
That may be the prevailing
image in people's minds about
the Shands Auxiliary because
thfti's what's most visible.
Indeed, Jeannie Baker, Shands
Starke administrator, recalls
how Dr. Pete Gianas, the
hospital's chief of staff and
emergency room director, said,
"It just wouldn't be the same
place if you came in and there
wasn't an Auxilian sitting
there smiling at you."
However, Auxilians do so
much more at the hospital,
creating many volunteer
opportunities for people who
don't necessarily want to work
in the lobby.
"They work everywhere,"
Baker said. "Some people
prefer not to be on the front
desk. They kind of like to be in
the other areas, so they do
. things that you wouldn't even
think about."
Auxilians can be found in
the medical records
department, for example,
where they stay busy sorting
and filing, or on the hospital's
second floor, where they do
such things for patients as


Christine Lewis (left), a member of the Shands Starke Auxiliary, chats with
hospital employee Doris Robinson. Lewis and other Auxilians work in view of the
public at the hospital's information desk and gift shop, but there are other jobs at
the hospital that Auxilians perform.


refill drinking water and
deliver newspapers.
The hospital is not the only
place you will find Auxilians.
Baker said there are some who
lend their assistance at the
Shands Medical Group,
making phone calls to patients
to remind them of their
appointments.
"There are many jobs that
can be done by volunteers that


are just waiting to be done,"
said Carol Pflaumer, who
works in medical records. "It's
not all just sitting at a desk out
front and greeting people."
Whatever the job is, you can
be.sure that it's a big benefit to
the employees of the hospital
or Shands Medical Group.
Physicians at Shands Medical
Group, for example, set aside
30 minutes to meet with new


patients. If those patients fail
to show for their appointments,
physicians are left sitting there
with nothing to do when the
time could've been spent
seeing other patients.
Baker said one of the
Auxilians volunteered to at
least call and remind patients
who have 30-minute
appointments.
"We mail cards, but people


Shands Auxilians are all about helping


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
A couple from out of state
was passing through the area
on a motorcycle and had' an
accident. They were taken to
Shands Starke, where the man
had to have his broken leg set.
It was at the hospital they
became acquainted with
Christine Lewis, who offered
to drive them to the
,-- Gainesville Regional. Airport
so they could fly back home.
It is that kind of act that
describes what the Shands
Starke Auxiliary is all
about-helping others.
Lewis and the other
Auxilians do volunteer work at
the hospital (and Shands
Medical Group), put together
fund-raisers and help out in
any way they can, whether it's
fetching wheelchairs or warm
blankets for hospital patients,.
taking flowers that have been
delivered to the appropriate
patient rooms or direct people
to wherever they are going in.
the hospital.
Jeannie 'Baker, Shands
Starke administrator, fondly
talks of former Auxilian Liz
Nazworthy, who is now
deceased, and'how she didn't
settle for just directing people
where to go-she walked with
them until they reached their
destination, and she was in her
90s.
"There are so many
wonderful stories about (the
Auxilians)r" Baker said. "I
love every one of them."
Most of what the Auxiliary
does benefits people while
they are in the hospital, but
o ccasioially m-embers have the
opportunity to lend help that
extends beyond the hospital
walls.
Lewis, a Starke resident who
works at the information desk
arid gift shop in the hospital
lobby, rnot only helped the
couple in the motorcycle
,;wreck, but'had the chance to
help an elderly couple that had
been in an automobile
accident. The man was
critically injured and flown to
--a hospital in Jacksonville,
while his wife, who' was not
hurt, remained behind in
Starke with the couple's pet,
dog. ;
Lewis, after she was done
.-with her shift, took the woman
home with her and- fed her
dinner.. She then called the
couple's son, who worked in
the West Palm area. The son
drove to Starke and picked his
mother tip from Lewis' house
at approximately 10 p.m.
"It was very rewarding that I
could help somebody," Lewis
said.
Rama Crowe, who has been
a member of the Auxiliary off
'and: on for three years, recalls
an incident when she met a
woman from out, of the area
S while working at the lobby
desk. The woman asked if,
there was a place locally where
senior citizens met.
"I told her about the
Suwannee River (Economic
Council) Senior 'Center,"
Crowe said. "The next day she


called (the center) and she was
there all winter."
What Lewis and Crowe have
done' to help people is no
different from. what any
Auxilian tries to do.
"They're all very congenial.
ready to help where the 're
needed," Lewis said.
Lewis joined the Auxiliary
after she retired, thinking -it
was a good organization to
belong to. Her feeling hasn't
changed 12 years later, she
said, adding that she plans to
continue volunteering as long
as she is able to.

See HELPING, p. 3C
no a. -


do forget," Baker said.
"Hopefully, that will help."
One new task it is hoped
Auxilians will perform at the
hospital is manning the
switchboard. Currently,
emergency room personnel,
who register parents, are
answering the phones. Vickie
Pearson, admissions manager,
said by having volunteers
answer the phones, it will free
up those ER employees and
atlow them to complete the
registration process more
quickly.
"This is really going to help
us provide the excellent
customer service we want to
provide," Pearson said.
That sums up the role of the
auxilians-they allow hospital
employees to focus on their
main tasks and save the
hospital money by not having
to hire additional staff. Baker
has said before that Auxilians
put in approximately 22,000
hours of volunteer work each
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more than $200,000 a year in
salaries if people were hired to
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"If they weren't here, it
would put a burden on the rest
of the hospital," Baker said.
The Auxiliary does more
than save the hospital money,
though-it generates money as
well. The Auxiliary raised
more than $24,000 this past
year. That money goes toward
purchasing equipment for the
hospital and Shands Medical
Group. In the past, that
equipment has included patient
examination tables,
wheelchairs with IV rods, an
ultrasound transducer, a
fiberoptic scope, fax machines,
a food processor copy
machines and furniture.
"The Auxiliary's money
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needs," said Auxilian Frances
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Rama Crowe (left) and Frances Carter are two members of the Shands Starke
Auxiliary who may wait on you if you happen to purchase something from the
hospital's gift shop. Carter's work at the gift shop is a source of pride. She said,
"I've already had my own business, so I treat the gift shop just like it was my
own."


HELPING
Continued from p. 2C
Crowe previously lived in
Pennsylvania but moved to
Starke in 1996 to take care of
her mother, Alice Hamilton,
who passed away in 2000.
"I needed something to get
me out of the house," Crowe
said, so she joined the
Auxiliary. It has provided the
rewarding experience of just
meeting other people, she said.
Several Auxilians are like
Crowe and Lewis 'in that they
were looking for something to
do after retirement. Carrie
Proctor of Keystone Heights is
one such member. She wanted
to volunteer in some way after
she retired from working in the
beauty salon/spa business in
Jacksonville. Auxilian Valaria
Shuford provided that
opportunity when she asked


Proctor to join the Auxiliary.
"I jumped at the chance,"
said Proctor, who has been a
member since November 2005.
Proctor, who was
considering volunteering with
Hospice, is glad she joined the
Auxiliary. She works at the
lobby desk and in the gift shop
(she is currently the gift shop
chairman).
"I love it," she said. "I really
enjoy it."
Helen and Dick LeVangie,
who live in Keystone, spent
some ..time traveling and
volunteering after their
retirement. When they returned
home, Helen admitted she got
depressed without something
-to do. She volunteered at a
school for a while, then joined
the Auxiliary.
"I just dearly love it," she
said. "It makes you feel good
you're helping your
community;"


Helen LeVangie, who has
been a member since 2002,
works in the medical records
office, which happens to be
where her husband works.
However, it took him a while
to join the Auxiliary.
"It took her four years to
talk me into it," Dick
LeVangie said.
Dick has been a member a
little more than a year. Before
joining, LeVangie talked to
Jack Seelig, now deceased,
who was previously a member
of the Auxiliary. LeVangie
liked Seelig and began
working in the department that
Seelig worked in.
"I used to go to his house


sometimes and ask him
questions about the job,"
LeVangie said.
He worked for three months
before his wife asked him if he
would like to work in medical
records with her. He's been
there ever since.
Helen LeVangie had a
successful recruit prior to her
husband joining-she talked
her neighbor, Carol Pflaumer
into joining.
Pflaumer, who has been a
member for three years, works
in medical records, too. She
jokes that LeVangie "bugged"
her to join, but she admitted
she was looking for something
to do. She thought joining the
Auxiliary was the perfect way
of paying back the medical
community, which she said has
given her good care over the
years.
"I was tired of staying at
home," she said. "I wanted to
meet people. I felt this was
good because the medical
community has been very good
to me in my old age."
Pflaumer, who lived in
California before she and her
husband settled in Keystone
after retirement, said the
people she is in contact with at
the hospital make working
there an enjoyable experience.
She looks forward to the
greetings she receives when
she goes to work.
"I have never worked in an
environment that was so
friendly and caring," Pflaumer
said.
Frances Carter, a four-year
member, agrees, saying the
people she has met at the
hospital are so nice.
"I've made a lot of new
friends here," she said.
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Jacksonville onto property in


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"I like having to come up
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Carter takes pride in what
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the hospital. She beams as she
points toward the children's
tables and chairs in the waiting
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"It feels good," she said.
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"I'm always looking for new
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LeVangie also wants to help
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All it takes, according to
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Mr. and Mrs. John Mitchell McMillan


Hannah and McMillan are wed


Southside Elementary and is a
member of Madison Street
Baptist Church.
The groom is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Henry McMillan Jr.
of Hampton. He graduated
from BHS and the University
of Florida. He is a musician
and member of the Gainesville
Church of God.
A reception will take place
at a later date. I
.Following a honeymoon of
island hopping in Greece, the
couple will reside in
Gainesville.


Anderson/
Taylor family
reunion is set
for July 29
The 23rd annual
Anderson/Taylor reunion will
be held at the Lake Butler
Community Center on
Saturday, July. 29, from 10
a.m. until 4 p.m.
The reunion involves the
descendants of John James
Anderson ('8:4 1-864) and
__ Elizabeth Dtouglas (1840-1924)
and their children, James
Martin Leonard Anderson and
Julia Anderson Taylor.
Those attending should bring
a covered dish for the noon.
- meal, photographs and family
trees. A brief business meeting
wilLprecede the meal.
Descendants and friends are
invited.
For more information
contact Leonard and Shirley
Moore, 950 Southgate Drive,
Starke, FL 32091', or call (904)
964-7506.


Kellie Rene Hannah of
Starke and John Mitchell
McMillan of Hampton were-
married at sunset on June 3,
2006, on the island of
Santorini, Greece.
The bride wore a white
gown with red accents. She
carried a bouquet of red roses.
The groom wore a tuxedo.
The bride is the daughter of
Robert Hannah Jr. of Starke
and Debra Klein of
Jacksonville. She graduated
from Bradford High School
and the University of North
Florida. She is a teacher at


Lisa Marie.Bryant and
Marc David Thalleen

Bryant a- -.
Thalleen to
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Daniel Bray Bryant of -
Raiford and Brenda Sue
Sloane of Wellborn announce
the upcoming marriage of their
daughter, Lisa Marie Bryant, to
Marc David Thalleen, son of
Richard and Sandra Thalleen
of Jacksonville.
The bride-elect is a 1999
graduate of Union County
High School.
The groom-elect is a 1991
graduate of Wolfson High
School. :
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Lulu Community Center on
Saturday, July 15, 2006, at
3:30 p.m.
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immediately follow the
ceremony.
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The bride-elect is a graduate
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22, 2006, at the home of the
groom-elect's grandparents on
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ceremony at the home of the
bride-elect's parents on Crystal
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their daughter, Natalie Ann
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AMaternal -grandparents are
Linda and Tom Weber of
Lawtey and James Crawford of
Jacksonville:
Paternal grandparents are
Jackie and Nadia Thomas of
Starke.


Starke and Lake Butler Head
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The free federally funded program
is now taking applications for the
2006-2007 school year.
The program is open to preschool
children who turn 3 years old on or
before Sept. 1. Head Start offers
educational activities, health and
family services. To apply in Starke,
call Kyle Bonesteel at (904) 964-
8280 to set up an appointment.
Parents may also stop by the Starke
Center, located at 1080 N. Pine St.,
or contact ECS Resource and
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apply in Lake Butler, call Alberta
Hampton at (386) 496-2160 or visit
495 Southeast 5th St. Bring the
child's Birth Certificate and proof of
income when applying.
The Alachua County
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mammograms and annual pap
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have little or no health insurance.
Hours: Mon.-Thurs., 8:30 a.m.-5
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reception from 2:30-4:30 p.m.,
on Sunday, July 23, 2006, in
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It is called "Purseonality" and
will feature wallets, watches
and luggage as well as
designer handbags..
In 2002, the Auxiliary
provided $30,000 in matching
funds for a scholarship
endowment with Santa Fe
Community College. This
year, $5,000 was added to the
endowment, bringing the total
to $70,000.
The Auxiliary has also
provided $4,000 in funds to
further the education of local
licensed practical nurses.
;: Baker said those funds and
the scholarship endowment
have helped the hospital,


Carolyn Eaves (foreground), a member of the
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Mann Shands Starke Auxiliary, is trained by admissions
manager Vickie Pearson on how to operate the
Flory and Mlvann wed uI ly hospital switchboard-a new task volunteers are
Fory and nn Wed Uly 1 performing. Eaves also volunteers as a cashier in


Kathleen Flory and Kenneth
Mann were marred July 1,
2006, at Parkside Assisted
Living Facility in Starke.
Kathi Bennett performed the
ceremony and Cathey Pitts was
the maid of honor.
The bride is the assistant


administrator at Parkside.
The groom is self-employed.
Sheila Hodges and Lisa
Blalock were in charge of the
reception food and
decorations.
Following their honeymoon,
the couple lives in Starke.


Piankts
We would like to thank all those who made.
our wedding day special.
Thanks to Sheila Hodges,, Lisa Blalock
and Kathi Bennett.
Thanks also to family and friends for sharing our
special time. You will never be forgotten.
K(athieen & 7Kenneth Mann


the hospital cafeteria.


HANDS
Continued from p. 2C
are an annual Christmas bazaar
and drawings for items that
have been made by Auxilians,
such as afghans and, recently,
a doll cradle, made by Claude
Morgan, husband of Auxilian
Dolores Morgan.
Dolores Morgan, who will
be serving as the Auxiliary
vice president, said a
booth-manned by Johns-at
the Bradford County Fair has
proven to be one of the best


ways to raise funds. Then
there's Lillian Stump, who is
well known to members of the
community for her ability to
solicit donations for various
organizations and causes.
Stump is the Auxiliary's ways
and means chairman.
The lobby gift shop is
another. way to raise
funds-Baker said it's the
place hospital employees go to
purchase candy for their
chocolate fix-along with
sponsoring various sales held
in the hospital's atrium. The
next scheduled sale is Friday,
July 28, from 7 a.m.-4:30 p.m.


which has been competing for
nurses in a time of a nursing
shortage.
"We had one of our LPNs
bridge to the (registered nurse)
program and she graduated,"
Baker said. "She's an RN now
working for us. We have
several people in school.
"The Auxiliary's played a
major role in helping us."
Auxilian Christine Lewis
said she's grateful that she and
the other auxilians can help.
"It feels good that we can do
that for the hospital," she said.
"We're just thankful that we
can."


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Ashley .Fishburn, son of Jerry
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graduate of Bradford Hi.gh.
School. She works for Florida
Credit Union.
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Saturday, Aug. 5, 2006, 3
p.m., in the Chapel at Camp
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eyes and wish hard for a bird to appear in the magic cabinet.
RIGHT: Sam DeSue reaches into a bag full of colored
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kids to drink milk instead of sodas or sugared drinks.


The Great Jodini (Jo Tufts) finds a big wad of worms in a
bag that was supposed to be full of lollipops. The magic
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(Front row, I-r) Haley Barnes, Madison McClellan and Brooke
Meadows indicate they want to be part of the show.


iABOVE, RIGHT: Chloe Rabb learns how to spin a plate on a stick. BELOW: Ms. Ethel (White) tries
to help Jodini take off a very LONG glove.


Attorney Chris Adamec is

no stranger to Bradford


Christopher W. Adamec


BY MARCIA MILLER
Telegraph Staff Writer
Attorney Chris Adamec
recently hung out his shingle
in Starke, but he is not a
stranger to the community.
Prior to opening his own
practice, Adamec worked for
State Attorney- Bill Cervone as
S'prosecutor in the Eighth
Judicial Circuit, which
includes Bradford and Union
counties.
He worked at the Bradford
County. Courthouse for a time
before being transferred to
Putnam County.
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Bradford County Supervisor of Elections Terry
Vaughan (left) shakes hands with Secretary of State
Sue Cobb upon his induction as president of the
Florida State Association of Supervisors of


Elections.


OFFICE
Continued from p. 1C
president, president-elect and
president.
"It's a source of pride for
small counties to have a
supervisor from a rural county
in the president's seat,"
Vaughan said.
Rising up that ladder during
..the last five years has helped
him prepare for his role as
president, Vaughan said. He
also gave credit.:-to--Citrus
County's Susan Gill, who
served as the past year's
president, for being very
supportive of him and keeping
him in the "loop."
"I tip my hat to her for
setting a tremendous
example," Vaughan said.


ADAM EC
Continued from p. 7C

each have their own practice.
Adamec has a home near St.
Augustine.. His .-wife,
Katherine, is a dental hygienist
in Jacksonville. The couple has
two boys, Nicholas, 3, and
Alexander. 2.
Adamec obtainedd his
undergraduate degree from the
University of Miami. He
received his law degree from
the Florida -Coastal-Sch6ol of
Law in Jacksonville in 2000.
He joined the state attorney's
office at that time. --- -


Some 'of Vaughan's
responsibilities will include
being involved with some of
the more than 20 committees
under the association's
umbrella, including a
legislative committee.
"One of the largest
responsibilities is that I will be
involved with (the legislative
committee) and working with
the state legislature in crafting
better legislation for Florida's
election process," Vaughan
said.
Vaughan has formed a
6om6imittee to study the voter
verifiable paper audit trail
issue-paper records of,
people's votes dispensed by
touch-screen systems that are
kept by elections officials.
Every county in Florida has a
touch-screen system at some
level-Bradford will be using


lHe said he became an
attorney because he wanted to
help people. "I 'personally get a
rush when I see someone come
in with a problem and leave
with the problem solved," he
said. "I look at myself as a
problem solver."


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future of elections in Florida.
"One of the areas I think we
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"We talk about uniformity
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Supervisor of elections from
either Bradford, Clay or Union
to serve as president. Clay
supervisor Barbara Kirkman is
this year's president-elect.



KHHS football
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begins July 31
Football practice at
Keystone Heights Jr./Sr. High
School begins Monday, July
31.
The varsity and junior
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practice that day. The varsity
team will meet at the
fieldhouse at 8 a.m. and the
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Practice for the junior high
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GAS
Continued from p. 1C
Echo, said driving is such a
huge part of the American
-lifestyle -that Americans-
simply don't have a choice but
to pay the high prices.
Steven Henderson from


Hampton agrees.
"What can you do?" he said.
"You got to have it."
Rodney Alldredge of Lawtey
said the gas prices are affecting
him, but he can't do much to
change his driving habits
because he has to drive 30
miles to work.
Pam Mason of Union
County said she has already
designed her budget around the-
rising gas prices, but believes
that prices will continue to
rise, especially as the hurricane
season continues.
Although most seem to be
unsure about, the exact reason
why gas prices are so high,
Sam Pittman said he believes
prices are rising because China
is becoming a larger power,
and its consumption of fuel is
affecting the market.
"Demand has exceeded the
supply," Pittman said.
Sandra Dernaps of Bradford
County said the prices of gas
will continue to rise as long as
the war in Iraq continues.
Pete Capasso of Bradford
County said speculation on gas::
is the 'reason -prices, are so-
high. He said he doesn't


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believe gas should be viewed'
as a commodity but should
have a fixed price because it
cannot be replaced by- another
type of fuel., He also said it is
up to commuters to-change the-
prices. -
"It'll continue to go'up until
people do something about it,"
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