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USPS 648-200 Three Sections Lake Butler, Florida Thursday, July 27, 2006


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94th Year 16tn ,o -.o,


UCSB employees working hard toward Aug.3 opening


BY JAMES REDMOND
Times Staff Writer
One week from today bells
will 'be ringing in all three
Union County schools to
signify the start of another
school year.
Superintendent of Schools
Carlton Faulk said staff has
been busy over the
summertime getting things
fixed and ready for the new
school year.
"The summer break has
allowed us to do maintenance
and get the classes ready for
students to return to," Faulk
said. "J.T. and his crew have
been working hard to get us


ready to go back."
J.T. Parrish is the school
district's maintenance
supervisor. Faulk said Parrish
and his team have cleaned,
painted and repaired in
anticipation of the students
return. He said a lot of the
work done by the employees
will probably go unnoticed.
"The things they take care of
over the summer aire things
that are not often seen by the
general public," Faulk said.
"The roof, the air conditioning
units and plumbing are all
maintained by the crew, and
because they, no ever notices."
Few changes will meet
students as they return.


Classes at Lake Butler
Elementary School will begin
at 7:45 a.m. and end at 2:20
p.m. Lake Butler Middle
School classes begin at 8 a.m.
and end at 2:50 p.m. Union
County High School also
begins at 8 a.m., but won't end
until 2:55 p.m.
As the year begins, parents
will want to be aware of many
dates -on ..this year's school
calendar. Early release-days-
are scheduled for Aug. 9, Sept.
13, Oct. 11, Nov. 8, Jan. 10,
Feb. 14, March 14 April 11
and May 9.
Because of the early start of
the school year, the Labor Day
holiday-will kick off the list of


planned holidays the calendar
has. September 4 will be the
school's first official holiday.
October 6 is a teacher planning
day. November 20-24 will see
doors closed for the
Thanksgiving holiday.
December 18 is another
teacher work day. Dec. 19-Jan.
2 schools will be on Christmas
break.
The holiday calendar then
recognizes Dr. Martin Lurther
King Day on Jan. 15. Feb. 19
will see kids at home for
President's Day. March 9 is the
final teacher work day. On
March 19-23, students will be
able to enjoy spring break.
That week will be the last


break until the end of school.
School lunch prices have not
changed either. Students at all
three schools will pay $1 to
have breakfast. Lunch at LBES
will be $1.75 and $2 at LBMS
and UCHS. Adults wishing to
have breakfast will pay $1.25
for breakfast and $2.75 for
lunch at all three schools.
According to Faulk, the school
board's approval of the same
food vendors as last year, at
the same prices, has made.-it._ -
possible for the district to keep
lunch prices in check.
Bus routes all over the
county are not in big changes
either. For the 2006-07 school


year, buses 4, 7, 12, 26 and 29
will serve the Providence area.
Worthington Springs will see
buses 5, 8, 11, 14, 15, 19 and
24. Raiford will be serviced by
buses 2, 6, 17 and 20. Lake
Butler will see buses 3, 10 and
23. Bus 18 will take care of the
Lulu area. The morning bus for
the Rainbow.Daycare Center
will be bus 11. Buses 23 and
24 will take care of the
afternoon run. The Tiger's Den
afternoon bus is 29.
SRoutes-infside. the town of


See SCHOOL, p. 5A


Four

candidates
look to fill
two positions

BY JAMES REDMOND
Times Staff Writer
The election season has
opened and with it come four
individuals looking to fill just
two positions.
Wayne Smith and Richard
Wright will square off in the
race for the District 4 county
commission seat. Jason
/ Davison arid George Green Jr.
will go head-to-head for the
District 5 school board seat.
Both races will be decided
during the first primary
election, which will be held on
Tuesday, Sept. 5.
In the county commission
battle, Wayne Smith is the'
incumbent. He has served on
the board for the last 12 years. :
Al but one of those he has
set ed as, the board's chairman.
He will go up against a
newcomer in the political-
arena.
Richard Wright has lived in
Union County since 1992. He
is currently president of the
Union County Babe. Ruth
Association, but has never held
political office. He has worked
for the count) and presently is
employed as a nurse at Shands
at the Uni.ersity of Florida.
School board District 5 seat
will be up for grabs due to the
retirement of Sue Whitehead.
Jason.Davison has decided he
will be one of two people
vying for the position. He is a
Union County native, a Union


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Lake Butler Volunteer Fire Rescue Lieutenant Dennis Whaley works to secure a harness around a -
mannequin trapped at the top of a 30 foot tower. The rescue was part of the department's training
involving the use of ropes and harnesses. Members worked for more than three hours on different types
of scenarios during the drill. For more, see page 4A.


See RACE, p. 3A


Millage has
helped library

progress


BY JAMES REDMOND
Times Staff Writer
The Union County -Public
Library has grown
tremendously from its humble
beginnings.
During its first year of
operation back in 1990, the
library housed 3,091 books.
Sixteen years later that number
has grown to well over 30,000.
In 1990, the library presented
14 programs to 5.16 children.
During 2005, it presented 200
programs to more than 10,000
children.
In its-first year. the :library
circulated 9,687 books. Today
it circulates nearly five times
that many. Library Director
Mary Brown estimates that the
library circulates between
45,000 -to 55,000 books
presently.
It has also grown into more
of a modem media center. Not
only does the library house
books, it is also home to
videos, audio cassette tapes,
books on CD, and DVDs.
Modernization has not stopped
there.
The library is how home to
computers that allow patrons-
to surf the World Wide Web.
This allows them access -to
several online databases such
as Infotrac, NetLibrary, and
Heritage Quest. Eight hundred
to 1,000 patrons per month
currently use these services.
Growth also came when the
library joined a cooperative

See MILS, p. 6A


LB budget increases revenue without raising fees,millage


BY JAMES REDMOND
Times Staff Writer
SOh-Jvly 1 [7, city of Lake
Butler commissioners got their
first look at a Fiscal Year-20Q7
budget that does not propose
that many changes from the
2006 budget.
The most dramatic of' the
changes is a $371,467 increase,
in the total budget. While this
would be a more than, 10
percent increase over last
year's budget,. City Manager
Richard Tillis told the
commission most of it was
explained in two areas.
"The majority of this
increase is.found in'grant funds
of $306,700," Tillis said. "This
funding is for the construction
of pre-K classrooms and the
trailhead park."
Tillis is referring to grants
received by- the city during the
recent legislative session. The
first-is funding from-the United
* States Department "of,
Agriculture's Rural
Development program. The
city received $106,700-to:help
Little Rainbows Learning


Center add five new
classrooms to its facility........
Earlier this year, Kim Bailey;
owner of Little. Rainbows,
agreed to lease the former
Lake Butler Apparel Factory
from the city. She renovated
the front offices of the building.
to.. house two pre-K
classrooms. The grant will help
the business expand and add
five jobs to the local economy.
The city received the grant
based on job growth.
,The other $200,000 came in
die form of funding from the
Florida Recreati-on
Development Assistance
Program. The grant will be
used to build a trailhead park
for a trail that will stretch 23
miles from the city to Palatka.
The trail -will be part of the
more than 23,000 miles of the
national Rails to Trails system.
The remaining $64,767
comes mainly from an increase


See BUDGET, p. 2A


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Page2A UNION COUNTY TIMES July 27, 2006


BUDGET
Continued from p. 1A

in ad valorem taxes, While
taxpayers will be shelling out
more to pay the tax, it's not
because the city has done
anything different. City
property owners will' pay the
same 2.25 mills they have the
past three years.
"The reason for the increase,
as in the past three years, is
because property values have
increased," Tillis said. Based
upon estimates from the
county property appraiser's
office, those increases equal
13.8 percent."
One highlight of the budget
Tillis mentioned to the council
was a 6 percent increase
planned for all city employees.
The increase, double what the.
county is proposing for its
employees, is figured by Tillis
using the Consumer Price
Index. According to him, the
CPI for the southern region for
t .d..past 12 months has been
7.7 percent. According to his.
figures full-time employees
will cost the city more than
$450,000.
Tillis said that one area.the
city had no control over, when
it came to salaries, was in the
retirement section. His figures
show a dramatic increase over
the past several years. He said
this was due to the projections
the state had sent him.
Employees classified as
regular class saw a jump of
9.85 percent. Senior
management, such as Tillis'
position,I saw a\ 13.12 percent
increase. Elected officials saw
the largest increase with 16.53
percent.
.Overall, the total proposed
budget 'stands at $2.6 million
dollars. More than $748,000 of
that 'will go the city's general
fund. Another $919,000 will
be used in utility -fund
operations. The remaining $1
million encompasses the two
previously mentioned grants
and a $650,000 Community
Development Block Grant
project the city has ongoing.
According to Tillis, revenue
from the general fund comes
from seven different places;
state shared revenue, local
option infrastructure and fuel.
taxes, Floridaft'eparrtnent 6f
Transportation 'contract and
traffic signal fund, franchise
fees (which include service
taxes and" the payment in lieu
of taxes program for the Union
County Housing Authority),
communications services tax,
ad valorem taxes: arid local fees
and interest earned" "
According' to Tillis, 12.8
percent or $96,000 of the
general fund comes from state
shared revenue. This area
includes revenue from 'the 8'
cent fuel tax, sales, tax. and
license tax.
The largest portion, 25.1
percent, comes from the local.
option, infrastructure and fuel
tax:. The $188,300 is collected
S from local option fuel taxes,
infrastructure tax and, a. half-
cent sales tax. -""
The DOT Greenscape
Contract and traffic signal fund
bring in $40,422 or 5.4
percent. The funding comes
directly from DOT and is
specifically used to keep right-
of-ways mowed, ditches
cleaned out and traffic signals
operating.
Franchise fees, services
taxes and the PILOT program
encompass 20.3 percent of the
general fund. This revenue,
$151,750, is generated from
S franchise fees on electric bills,
phone and gas taxes1 and a
yearly payment from the
SUnion County Housing
Authority in lieu of regular
: property tax.
The communications
services lax generates
' $167,500 in revenue for the
city. This is 22.4 percent of the
general fund for the 2007 fiscal
year. This revenue comes from
; taxes on items such as cellular
phones, cable television and
S satellite television bills.
Ad valorem taxes, which are
Only 8.8 percent of the total
General fund, come from
property owners. The $66,000
brought in comes when city
Property owners pay their
annual property tax bill. Tillis
noted it was interesting that


only 8.8 percent of the total
. general fund came from this'
area.


S The Alachua County
Organization for Rural Needs
(ACORN) Clinic offers free
mammograms and annual pap
smears to %omen 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.


The last, and smallest,
revenue generator for the
general is local fees and
interest. Only 5.2 percent or
$38,900 comes form this area.
The revenue is generated from
zoning fees, licenses, the fintal
of the Lake Butler Community
Center and interest the city
earns from money in the bank.

How the money goes
out
Just as the money comes into
the general fund in seven
categories, it comes out in
seven; administration and
finance, police and fire
services, streets and roads,
health programs, parks and
recreation, planing and legal
services and contingency
funds.
Administration and finance
takes up the second largest
portion of the general fund. It's
31 percent share of revenue
takes $231,919. The money is
used to pay the commissioners
salaries, a portion of Tillis'
salary and the care of Dekle
Cemetery among other
expenses.
Police and fire services take
12.2 percent or $91,305 from
the general fund. This area
pays $40,000 each year to the
Union County Sheriffs Office
to provide law enforcement for,
the city. This is the second
year the budget includes
$13,000 for code enforcement.
The fire department budget,
salaries for school crossing
guards and money for
emergency preparedness come
from this area as well.
The streets and roads area is
just what it sounds like. At
36.9 percent, it uses the largest
portion of the general fund.
More than $276,000 will be
used to keep the city's streets


General Fund Expense Distribution


_... ., ,. ,.
Contingency
Pas & Recoeavoon. 1
Streeis & Roads :' .0..
Planning & Legal Services
Police & Fire Services2 ix. $ .
Health Programs .. -
Admirnistrailon & Finance ,
s. 0,00000 $s100,0000 1o0000 $200,00000 $250.00.00 $M000000.0
Total Dollars
Administration Health Pgras Police & Fire Planning & Legalt & Roads Parks & contingency
Finance services services tt Recreation
:Senes2I 1.8% 12.o0% 1.8% 37.1% 14.5% 1.7%
"Seriesi $231,984.00 $13,760.00 $89,305.00 $13,056.00 $276,003.00 $108,278.00 $12.507.60


maintained. According to
Tillis, this is the largest part of
because of material costs.
Health programs are only 1.8
percent of the fund. It uses
$13,760, to pay for animal
control services and mosquito
spraying. According to Tillis,
he dropped the budget $2,000
over last year because supply
costs were down and the lack
of rain in the area.
The parks and recreation
portion uses $109,478, or 14.6
percent of the funds.
Maintenance and repair of. the
city's three parks and the Lake
Butler Community Center all
fall under this category. The
city's $8,000 contribution to
help with expenses at the O.J.
Phillips Recreational Complex
is also included in this area.
Planning and legal services
takes up 1.8 percent or $13,375
of the general fund. Legal
expenses, such as the salary of
City Attorney John Maines,
planning and zoning issues and
expenses to advertise such
issues are taken from this area.
According to Tillis, the only
change is this area. is a $22
raise every tw6 weeks in
. Maines' pay.
The contingency area is set
aside for events the city has
not planned for. This
comprises the smallest portion
of the general fund at 1.7
percent. The $13,052 could be
used to help the city pay for
expenses during hurricanes or
other unforseen events.

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


The graphs above show how the general fund is distributed in percentages and
dollars. This year's general fund will top $748,000.


Health Start of North Central
Florida Coalition is seeking a
%olu nteer board member. Healthy
Start provides services for high-risk
women and children up to 3 years
old. The coalition is seeking a
volunteer to serve on the board who
either has been pregnant and
accessed prenatal care or who has
small children and has accessed
health care for his or her children.
The member will attend once-a-
month board meetings in
Gainesville. Contact Celia Paynter,
(352) 313-6500. ext. 118. for
additional information.


Residents from all over Union County came to
experience the bountiful harvset of the Union County
Farmers' Market during it's spring season.


UC Farmers' Market

has successful season


BY JACQUE BREMAN
UC Extension Director

The 2006 season has been
one of the best for the Union
County Farmers' Market.
The market averaged six to.
nine farmers selling produce
each week.' Customer numbers
on Saturday ranged from 100
to 150.



New Jerusalem
hosts revival
New Jerusalem Full Gospel
Church of Worthington
Springs will host a revival July
25-30. The July 25 ser ice w ill
begin at 6 p.m. All other
services 'begin at 7 p.m.
Evangelist Larry Richards will
be the guest pastor. The church
is located at the corner of S.R.
121 and C.R. 18.
For more information,
contact Annette Seay at (386)
496-3383 or Roseanna Barnet(
at (386)496-1461..
Ever caln isgetwe retyprud


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The Union County Farmers'
Market Board of Directors Art
and Janice Petersen, Ricky
Jenkins, Mary Brown, Doyal
Godwin and Manager Dton
Hicks would like to thank all
farmers and customers who
supported the 2006 season. ,
This Saturday, July 29, the
Union County Farmers' Market
will close for the season.





UCHS Class of

1981 plans
reunion
The Union County High
School Class of 1981 is
planning a 25 year class
reunion. Class members are
asked to contact Mary Page
McGill at (386) 496-2667 or
Karen Thompson Slwealy at
(386) 496-0083 after 6 p.m. for
more information.


Every calling is great When greatly pursued.
S-Oliver Wendell Holmes



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available upon request. Volunteer
visitors who are breast cancer
survivors are available before and
after breast surgery to provide
information and support. Call (904
758-3074 or (352) 376-6866 for
information.


Do you have any concerns about
your child's development? Free
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available for ages birth to 5 years.
To schedule an appointment, call
Child Find at 1800) 227-6036 or go
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July 27, 2006 UNION COUNTY TIMES Page 3A


RACE
Continued from p. 1A


County High School graduate
and has four children in the
school system. His opponent is
familiar with the school system
as well.
George Green Jr. is a native
of Union County and
graduated'from UCHS. He is
employed full time with the
Florida Department of
Corrections as a corrections
officer at the Reception and
Medical Center. He also is a
part time deputy at the Union
County Sheriffs Office. He is
part of the mentoring program
in the school system and his
children attend Union County
schools.
Because there are only two
opponents for each seat, who
'will sit in them will be decided
on Sept. 5. Supervisor of
Elections, Barbara "Babs"
Montpetit said the first primary
is the only vote needed to
decide the race.
"If there were three
candidates and two were from
the same party, we would need
a second vote," Montpetit said,
"but because there are only
two, and each is from a
separate parts, or e\ en the
same party, the race can be
decided with just one election."
SMontpetit also %%anted to
remind voters the books for
registering for the Sept. 5 vote
close very soon The last day
to register to \ote in the
primary will be Aug. ". This is
29 days prior to the election
and when the state mandates
Montpetit to close registration.
Early voting %\ill be another
way voters can make their
voices heard. Montpetit said
early voting will open on Aug.
21 and voters can come b\ her
office to cast their ballots.
Early voting will end on Sept.
3. Montpetit said her office
will be open on the ti\o
Saturday's prior to the election
for early voting.
She asked that otherss know
that if they have any questions
as to where to \ ote or ho%% the)
can vote, the\ can call her
office for more information.
The elections office can be
reached by calling (386) 496-
2236.
While Ahere are two races
that will be contested, three
seats went unopposed: school
board District I seat, no\\ held
by Allen Parrish, school board
District 3 seat,- held by Marsan
Carr, and counts commission
seat District 2. held Morris
Dobbs. No opposition means
the politicians automatically
keep their positions for four
more years.

James Redmond can be
reached at (386) 496-2261 or
njfimM V(Sa)lItalI not -


Bean visits Lake Butler and brings money


On July 25, Florida State Representative Aaron Bean
paid a visit to the city of Lake Butler. Bean was in town
to present a check for $200,000 to the city for a new
trailhead park that will be built nbxt to city hall. The
park will connect Lake Butler with a trail that runs 23
miles to Palatka. The park and trail are part of the
national Rails to Trails system that is converting old
railroad beds into user-friendly trails for hikers and
bikers. While in Lake Butler, Bean took a tour of the
city's new facility. City Manager Richard Tillis explained
to Bean how the city managed to build the facility for
$56 per square foot when most commercial buildings
are twice that amount. Bean ended his visit with a stop
at the Lake Butler Rotary Club. While there he explained
how much money the legislature had approved for the
county and city during the last legislative session.


Top: Aaron Bean (middle) presents city, of Lake Butler
officials with the $200,000 check to build the new
trailhead park. Pictured with Bean from I-r are: City
Manager Richard Tillis, Commissioners Ray Crawford,
,,:,Jimmy Beasley, Fletcher Myers and LeRoy Stalvey:.-

Left middle: Bean (middle) look over the city's new
commission chambers. Fletcher Myers and Richard
Tillis give him the grand tour.

Right middle: Bean talks to the Lake Butler Rotary Club
about the funding that has been sent the county's way.
Superintendent of Schools Carlton Faulk looks on.

Left bottom: Aaron Bean gets a tour of city hall's new
payment windows. Pictured are, from I-r, Richard Tillis,
Bean, Fletcher Myers, Larry Myers (Bean's assistant)
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Lake Butler Fire Rescue puts t all on the line


On July 20, members of
Lake Butler Volunteer Fire
Rescue worked on their
rope rescue skills. The
group used a 30-foot
tower at the site of the
city's former waste-water
treatment plant to
simulate a victim being
trapped on a tower. In the
simulation, the victim had
passed out and gotten
their leg caught in the
tower. The group used
specialized equipment,
including rescue rope and
harnesses, to retrieve the
victim for the tower. Chief
Mike Banks said while the
group could not practice
for every situation, any
practice the group could
get helped sharpen its
skills. "Every situation is
going to be different,"
Banks said, "but
something they learned
from this drill could one
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Dennis Whaley ensures he has all the equipment
necessary for the task.


Jerry Bryan prepares a safety,line that will be used in
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SCHOOL
Continued from p. 1A

Lake Butler will be serviced as
follows:
o Routes 3, 10 and 19
(Cypress Trailer Park, behind
Union County emergency
medical services, across from
NAPA, Hidden Oaks Trailer
Park and the Shaw
subdivision) will pick up
children in both the morning
and afternoon.
o Route 4 (behind Spires
IGA) will pick up both middle
school and elementary school
students in the morning. Route
4 will drop off middle school
students in the afternoon while
route 6 will drop off
elementary school students.
o Route 18 (behind S and S
Food Store and Family Dollar)
will pick up both elementary
and middle school students in
the morning. That same route
will bring home middle school
students. Route 8 will bring
elementary school students to
the same area in the afternoon.
:If you have questions about
any of these routes, contact the
transportation department at
(386) 496-2182. A list of bus
drivers and their routes is also
being published in this week's
edition.
Though it has not changed
from last year, Faulk wanted
all parents to be aware of the
district's school dress code. It
states all students shall be
properly groomed and attired
when on school property or
participating in school
activities. It states the
following guidelines must: be
followed:
Clothing must be worn as
designed. Pants and shorts will
bev Worn at the waistline and in
good taste.
o Attire which exposes the
midriff (back or front, even
while seated), halter tops, tube
tops, see-through clothing
without appropriate
undergarments, sundresses
without straps, tank tops and
backless dresses are not
acceptable. Sleeyeless shirts
must be three fingers in width.
No "spaghetti straps" will be
allowed. All straps must be
three fingers in width.
Clothing with bodies that.
expose cleavage are
prohibited.
O Clothing with words,
phrases, symbols, pictures,
patches or insignias which are
obscene, profane, suggestive or
drug, tobacco or alcohol-
related, or that could be
offensive in any way are
prohibited.
:.Shoes must be worn at all
times. Bedroom slippers are
not allowed.
o Clothing which does not
meet cleanliness requirements
and is offensive to others is not
tolerated. .
o Shorts, skirts and dresses
that are more than six inches
above the top of the kneecap or
are less than fingertip length
are inappropriate. No spandex
shorts or jogging shorts are
permitted.
Hats caps, scarves, curlers,
combs, bandanas, sunglasses,
pajamas, slesping pants and the
like are prohibited. Students
may be exempted through a
medical note from a doctor.
As with any dress code,
those who violate it will be,
sactioned. The first offense
will cause the student to have
to call home and have someone,
bring them clothes that meet
the dress code. The school has
the option to loan the student
clothes that meet the dress
code. A second violation of the
dress code will result in
disciplinary action' such as
detention or in-school
suspension.
If a student must leave
campus to change in clothes
that meet the code, they will.
receive an unexcused absence
for all classes missed. while
changing clothes. The final
decision on what is appropriate
clothing will be left up to
school staff.
: .While students return to'
" school Aug. 3, teachers will
hive to be there a week earlier.
On July 27, teachers will. begin
getting ready for the'onslaught
of' students. On Aug. 1, the
Lake Butler Rotary Clubwill
Shot a luncheon for new


teachers to the system. That
event will take place at First,
Christian Church in Lake.
Butler.

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


Davison
announces
candidacy for
school board
My name is Jason Davison,
and I would like to announce
my candidacy for Union
County school board member
for District 5.
I have lived in the fifth
district of Union County all of
my life, attended all three
schools in the school district
and graduated from Union
County High ,School. I
received an Associate of Arts
degree from Santa Fe
Community College. My wife,
Andrea and I have chosen to
raise our four girls, Kiersten,
Alyssa, Mackenzie and Emily,
in Union County because of
the values that this community
represents and exhibits in
everyday life.
These values are what make
our school district one of the
best in the state. In the past,
District 5 has been represented
on the school board by people
of the community who strive
to make our children's
educational experience the
best. I am committed to
making sure that the
community's values and
traditions continue to be
represented in our school
system and that we continue to
put the needs of our children
first.




Poker run to

benefit ill

teacher
A benefit poker run has been
planned' for Sally Groves, a
Bradford Middle School teacher
recently diagnosed with breast
cancer.
The event, which will take
place on Saturday, July 29,
will include a poker run,
chicken dinners, raffles, 50/50
drawings, a baked goods
auction and fun for the whole
family.
Registration fot the poker
run, which will start and end at
Knuckle Draggers on U.S. 301
South in Starke, will be from
8-8:45 a.m. with first bike out
at 9 a.m. ,
The chicken dinners and
other activities, which will
also be held at Knuckle
Draggers, will begin around
noon.
Family, friends, parents and
past and current students of
Groves are encouraged to
attend.
Donations. can also be made
at Bradford Middle School.
Call (904) 964-9634 for
information.



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, nodt
increased. The cost for parking
decals and locker rentals are $5
each. ..
Sophomores may come July
17-20, and freshman, July
24-Jul) 27.
To purchase a parking
permit, students will need
proof of insurance, driver's
license and vehicle registration
along with their $5,


Old Providence
Baptist hosts
revival
Old Providence Baptist
Church will hold a revival
Aug. 6-9 at the church located
at 9316 N.W. C.R. 245 in
Providence.
There will be two services
on Aug. 6, The morning
service will begin at 11 a.m.
the evening service at 7 p.m.
All other nights will begin at 6
p.m. with dinner followed by
services at 7 p.m.
Pastor Andy Cook of
Bronson Road Baptist Church
will be the guest pastor.
Everyone is invited. For more
information, call (396) 754-
0862.


LEGALS

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
FLORIDA, EIGHTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR UNION
COUNTY
CASE NO. 63-2006-CA-0020
IN RE* Estate of
SEYMONNE COLLETTE GREEN
ROSIER,
Deceased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
The administration of the estate of
SEYMONNE COLLETTE GREEN
ROSIER, deceased, Case' No. 63-
2006-CP-0020, is pending in- the
Circuit Court for Union County,
Florida, Probate 'Division, the
address of which is Union County
Courthouse, 55 West Main Street,
Lake Butler, Florida. The names and
addresses of the Personal
Representative and the Personal
Representative's attorney are set
forth below.
All interested persons are required to
file with the court, WITHIN THREE
MONTHS OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE:
1) all claims against the estate and
2) any objection by an interested
person on whom this notice is served
that challenges the validity of the Last
Will and Testament, the
qualifications of, the Personal
Representative, venue, or jurisdiction
of the court.
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS
NOT SO FILED WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED.
Publication of this Notice has begun
on July 20,2006.
WILLIAM THOMAS ROSIER
4351 W. Foxridge Avenue
Greenwood, IN 46143
Personal Representative
JONATHAN F.
WERSHOW, Esquire
P.O. Box 1260
Gainesville, Florida 32602
(352) 378-2541
Florida Bar No. 144630
Attorney for Personal
S Representative
S7/20 2tcng. 7/27
NOTICE OF PROPOSED
S APPROVAL OF AN
APPLICATION.FOR A
SUBDIVISION BY THE


, 27, 2006 UNION COUNTY TIMES Page 5A,


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BOARD OF COUNTY
COMMISSIONERS OF
UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA
ACTING AS THE PLANNING
AND ZONING BOARD
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on
August 3, 2006 at 11:30 a.m., the
Board of County Commissioners of
Union County, Florida, will meet as
the Planning and Zoning Board in a
Public Hearing to be held in Room
101 of the Union County Courthouse,
Lake Butler, F'orida, for preliminary
approval of subdivisions to be known
as Black Hawk by Dennis Dotson.
Said proposed application 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 subdivision.
7/20 2tchg. 7/27
AUCTION SALE
THE LAKE BUTLER MINI
STORAGE will have an Auction Sale
Saturday, July 29, at 11:00 a.m.,
located at 1170 S.W. 6th St., Hwy.
121, Lake Butler, telephone (386)
496-2264.
Units for sale are:
James Cribs, Unit #30, $145.24
Chris Curtis, Unit #35, $124.00
Christie Forsyth, Unit #34, $395.79
George Green, Unit #36, $226.00
Terry Holton, Unit #7, 11, $420.00
Debra Powel, Unit #1,2, $409.00
Rogers Rita, Unit #38, $315.26 and
Regina Randolph, Unit #35, $220.71
7/20 2tchg. 7/27
ORDINANCE 06-1
AN ORDINANCE
ESTABLISHING THE LEVY
OF AN AD VALOREM TAX
NOT TO EXCEED ONE
HALF (1/2) MILL TO BE
USED FOR THE FUNDING
OF THE UNION COUNTY
SPECIAL LIBRARY DISTRICT
WHEREAS, the Board of County
Commissioners of Union County,
Florida has created a Union County
Special Library District by Ordinance
88-03, and
WHEREAS, it is necessary to fund
the Union County Special Library
District by a levy of up to and not
exceeding one-half (1/2) mill of ad
valorem taxes,
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT
ORDAINED by the Board of County
Commissioners of Union County,
Florida as follows:
SECTION 1. FUNDING
A. The Board of County
Commissioners herein directs the
Union County Supervisor of
Elections to place upon the First
Primary Election Ballot, to be held
September 5,2006, the following:
For the continued funding of
the Union County Special Library
District of taxation of up to one-half
(1/2) mill of ad valorem taxes.
Against the continued funding
of the Union County Special.Library
District by taxation of up to one-half
(1/2) mill of ad valorem taxes.
B. The Clerk of the Board of Count
Commissioners is hereby directed to
forward a certified true copy of this
Ordinance to the Union County
Supervisor of Elections upon its final
'adoption. .
C. If the majority of the qualified
electors voting in the referendum
election, called for and provided in
Section 2(A) above vote in favor of
the funding of the Union County
Special District, then, in that event,
the funding of the Union County
Special Library District for fiscal


years October 1, 2007 through
September 30, 2009 will be taxation
of up to one-half (1/2) mill of ad
valorem taxes, and all property
subject to assessment of ad valorem
taxes shall be taxed accordingly.
D. If the majority of qualified electors
voting in the referendum election,
provided for in Section 2(A) above,
vote against the funding of the Union
County Special Library District, then,
in that event, this Ordinance shall be
automatically repealed.
SECTION 3,
DISPOSITION OF PROCEEDS
Those funds obtained from the levy of,
the ad valorem taxes on all real and
tangible taxable property within the
boundaries of the Union County
Special Library District shall be used
solely for the purpose of construction,
operating and maintaining library
facilities to the citizens of Union
County, Florida and for no other
purpose
SECTION 4. COLLECTION OF AD
VALOREM TAXES FOR THE
UNION COUNTY SPECIAL
LIBRARY DISTRICT.
The herein provided for ad valorem
tax shall be levied and collected in the
manner provided for'the levy and
collection of County ad valorem taxes.
The Union County Board of County
Commissioner shall certify annually
to the Property Appraiser of Union
County, Florida the millage to be
levied for the Union County Special
Library District. Taxes collected shall
be remitted by the Union County Tax
Collector to the Clerk of the Courts in
and for Union County, Florida, who
shall be the Ex-Officio Clerk and
Treasurer for the Union County
Special Library District.
SECTION 5. REIMBURSEMENT
FOR FUNDS. FOR
ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANCE
BY COUNTY OFFICERS.
All cost and expenses incurred by
Constitutional Officer of Union
County, Florida in performing any of
the provision of this ordinance may be
reimbursed by the Union County
Special Library District to said
Constitutional Officer; said
reimbursements however, shall not
collectively exceed ten percent (10%)
of the revenues collected within the
Union County Special Library District
in any budget year.
SECTION 6. CONSTRUCTION
This Ordinance shall be liberally
construed in order to effectuate the
legislative intent of the Board of
County Commissioners, Union
County, Florida.
SECTION 7. SEVERABIUTY
It is declared to be the intent of the
Board County Commissioners, Union
County, Florida, that if any section,
subsection, sentence, clause, phrase
or provision of the Ordinance is held
invalid or unconstitutional, such
invalidity or unconstitutionality shall
not be so construed as to render
invalid or unconstitutional the
remaining provisions of this
Ordinance.
SECTION 8. EFFECTIVE DATE
This Ordinance shall become
effective as provided by law.
ADOPTED and APPROVED BY THE
Board of County Commissioners,
Union County, Florida this 17th day of
July, 2006. ATTEST:
Regina H. Parish
Clerk and Auditor to the Board
Union County.:Florida:
M. Wayne Smith, Chairman .
Board of Co'hnty'Cormmiisioners--
Union County Florida
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DEVELOPMENT BLOCK
GRANT APPLICATION FIRST
PUBLIC HEARING
The Town of Worthington Springs is
considering applying to the Florida
Department of Community
Development Block Grant of up to
$600,000. These funds must be used
for one of the following purposes:
1. To benefit low- and moderate-
income persons; or
2. To aid in the prevention or
elimination of slums or blight; or
3. To meet other community
development needs having a
particular urgency because existing
conditions pose a serious and
immediate threat to the health or
welfare of the community and where
other financial resources are not
available to meet such needs.
The category of activities for which
these funds may be used are in the
areas of housing, neighborhood
revitalization, commercial
revitalization, or economic
development and include such
improvement activities as acquisition
of real property, rehabilitation of
houses and commercial buildings,
code improvement activities, and
construction of infrastructure,
including water and sewer
improvement, and drainage and
neighborhood facilities. Additional
information concerning the range of
activities that may be undertaken will
be provided at the public hearing.
At least 70% of the funds must be
proposed to be spent on activities that
benefit low- and moderate-income
persons.
In developing an application for
submission to the Department, the
applying local government must plan
to minimize displacement of persons
as a result of planned Community
Development Block Grant activities.
In addition, the applying local
government is required to develop a
plan to assist displaced persons.
A public hearing to receive citizen
views concerning housing,
community development and
economic development needs will be
"held at the Fire Station located at
3646 S.W. State Road 121,
Worthington Springs, Florida on
August 1, 2006 at 7:30 p.m., or as
soon thereafter as the matter can be
heard. To obtain additional
information concerning the public
hearing contact John Rimes, Town
Council President, at (386) 496-0053.
The public hearing is being
conducted in a handicapped
accessible location. Any handicapped
person requiring an interpreter for the
hearing impaired or the visually
impaired should contact John Rimes-
at least five calendar days prior to tile
meeting and an interpreter will be
provided. Any non-English speaking
person wishing to attend the public
hearing should also contact John
Rimes at least five calendar days
prior to public hearing and a language
interpreter will be provided. Any-
handicapped person requiring special
Saccommfodation at this meeting
should contact John Rimes at least
five calendar days prior to the public
hearing.
A FAIR HOUSING/EQUAL
OPPORTUN ITY/HANDICAPPEO-
ACCESSIBLE JURISDICTION
7/27 ltchg.
PUBLIC NOTICE
CFR-?239A in Union. County will be
closed to all through traffic between
S.W. C.R. 796 and S.W. C.R. 239
starring Monday, July 31., for a period
of approximately four weeks due to
bridge replacement.
7/27 ltchg:


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MILS
Continued from p. 1A

back in 1997. Union, Bradford
and Baker counties all agreed
to become part of what is now
known as the New River
Public Library Cooperative. It
has enhanced library services
by allowing patrons to access
materials from all three
counties. The cooperative also
allowed them to have a
bookmobile for those.- who
cold not make it to the main
library.
The library also serves as an
outlet for teenagers in Union
County. The library's Junior
Friends of the Library (JFOL)-.
allows young people to get
together and helps. .the
community as well. The JFOL
takes part in many volunteer
projects throughout the
community.
The library staff, has had a
significant change as well.
When the library opened in
1990, it had one employee.
Today the staff has grown to
seven. Brown said she is proud
of the growth of the library
over the last 16 years.
"The growth of the library
has been astonishing," Brown
.said. "We- constantly'ffive-to
provide quality library services
to the residents of Union
County."
Even with all this growth,
the library has plans to expand
even more.' This year, the
Florida Library System has
awarded Union County a
$500,000 grant to build a new
facility on Southwest Fifth
Avenue. According to Brown,
the facility will be four times
as big as the current one. She
said it is needed. hecause.4he--.
current' facility does not meet
the county's needs.
"We are supposed to have
0.06-square feet of space for
every resident in the county,"
Brown said. "Our- current
facility is too small to meet
that requirement, and we do
not have the room to expand
for it to do so. The new facility
will meet the requirement and
give us room to grow."
The requirement Brown is
referring to comes from FLS.
According to its guidelines,
there should .be 0.06. square
feet of library facility for every
resident in the county. During
the. 2000 census, more than
14,000 residents lived in Union
County.
Most of the. library's funding
Comes from a half-mill adl
valorem tax that voters must
approve every two years. On
Tuesday,'Sept. 5, voters will
once:again be asked to approve
this financing of the library.
The tax, first approved by
voters back in 1998, has
allowed the library to grow to
what it is today. Voters are not
being asked to approve a new
tax, rather just reapprove an
existing one.
The half-mill tax, while
raising thousands for the
library, costs property owners
very little. A property owner
with a tax assessment of
$50,000 pays $25 a year to
support the library.
To find out more about what
the library has to offer, stop by
the library located at 1-75 N.
Main Street or call (386) 496-
3432. You can also find them
.on the Internet at
www.union.newriver.lib.fl.us.

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


mowing, conditioning, baling,
and haylage equipment.
Sponsors had new product
displays related to hay
production. They ranged from
new fertilizer technology to
herbicides and mark 'ting
through hay associations.
Sponsors also had new
equipment to demonstrate on
the research center hay fields
and summer annual forages.
Fresh haylage was made with
sponsor equipment. Clay
peas, forage soybean, corn,
-millet, sorghum X sudangrass,
and brown-top millet was
made into fresh haylage in the
afternoon and bagged with
new sponsor equipment.
Sponsors this year included:
A-ac-hua Tractor and
Equipment, Carribean Cargo
Co., Dow Agrosciences, Green
Technologies, Haystack
Farms, Kelly Manufacturing,
Live Oak Tractor Marden
Industries, the National Hay,
Association, Southern Silage
Supply, Southern States
Cooperative, Lake Butler Farm
Center and Suwannee
Equipment.
A limited number of the
printed Ninth Annual Hay
Field Day proceedings are
available at the Union County
........Extension -Office- on-a first
come, first serve basis. For
more information about hay
production, contact the Union
County Extension Office at
(386) 496-2321.


Library hosts a taste:of the world


Thursday, July 20,
Union County Public
Librarywas host to a
multitude of nations or
their foods at least.
More than 120 children
got to sample dishes from
Germany, Mexico, Greece,
Vietnam, Italy and other
world cultures. The
experience had everyone
hoping around the library.
The library's end of the
summer party will be held
Thursday, July 27, from
10 a.m.- 1 p.m. at the
Union County Riding Club
located near the
Srecreatibri6omplex on
S.R. 121, south of Lake
Butler. Join the library
for games, crafts, food
and fun.


Top: More than 120
people sampled foods
from all ove r the globe.
Right: Allison Selbe
sneaks a snack of


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Three Wishes Inc. makes available American popcorn.
power (electric) wheelchairs to
senior citizens and the permanently
disabled at no cost to the recipient,
if they qualify. The power
wheelchairs are provided to those ....
who cannot walkanLd-cannot.-self--
"propel amranual wheelchair in their
home, and who meet the additional
guidelines of the program. No
deposit is required. Call toll free,
(800) 817-1871, to see if you
qualify.


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Extension Hay
Field Day
successful

BY JACQUE BREMAN
SUC Errension Director

On July 19, more than 75
farmers attended the Ninth
Annual Hay Field Day, held at
the North Florida Research
and Education Center-
Suwannee Valley, outside of
Live Oak.
S The-field day is organized by
the North Florida Beef and
Forage Group of Extension
Agents and hosted on a
rotation through out Northeast
Florida.
Educational sessions 'this
year included:
Freeze-tolerant grass
research and bahiagrass
breeding plots.
'How to stack and store hay.
"Summer annual forage
demonstration plots.
Mole cricket- -control
options.
'Pesticide application
considerations.
Demonstration sessions in
the afternoon included new


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Bradford County, Union County and the Lake Region area


Jerry Smith is pictured with the car that started it all-a 1964 SS
Chevy Nova. Smith bought the car in 1972 and has since built 28
street rods, with a 29th on the way.


Building the


seemingly impossible


Jerry Smith looks for
unique features
when building street
rods

BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff.Writer
Most people will look at a
Ford Taurus station wagon and
view it as a family
car-perfect for hauling kids
around and loading up with
groceries.
Jerry Smith. on the other
hand, views that particular
vehicle as a "surf wagon." at
least when he's done with it.
Smith, one half of the Smith
Brothers Body Shop team.
builds street rods in his spare
time and his current project is
a Taurus station wagon. The
point of building a street rod is
to come up %\ith something
that's unique. Smith said, and
he feels he's got that with the
Taurus he's working on. The


car will not resemble its usual.
4- or 6-cylinder, front-wheel-
drive self. Smith is modifying
the body to give it a retro look
and has installed a Chevrolet
502 crate niotor.
When he's done with it, the
car could be one of the top
ones in the Southeast, Smith
said. However, he also said he
could be laughed off the road
as he realizes he's taking a
chance with an unlikely
candidate for street-rod status.
"There's a lot of risk
involved because it's not going
to be a desirable car b\ an\
means," Smith said. "It's not a
'32 Ford, a '57 CheoN or a '57
Thunderbird This is a Taurus
station w agon.
"You've got to take a chance
and do something different.
This car is definitely that."
The Taurus, once completed.
will be the 30"' street rod-and
43' car overall-Smith has
built. The car that got it all
started for Smith kkas a 1964
SS Che%) Noka. That car is


still in his possession and will
remain so. He said it's a very
rare car. In fact, Smith's father,
Harold "Smitty" Smith, said
there is a man in California
who has. offered to pay
anything just to get the car.
"That one's staying with me
a while," Smith said.
He bought it in 1972 from a
man in Miami. The car, was
wrecked and the roof caved in,
so it was a total restoration.
It did not take Smith too
long to do that, however. Since
it was his first car. he was, as
he put it, "hot to go."
"It probably only took me
snx months to do that car from
top to bottom," Smith said.
"Now it takes me four to five
years because I'm getting old."
One such car that took Smith
a while was a 1961 Chey Bel
Air. That project took him four
\ears, but the car, which is still
in his possession, is quite an
attention getter and has done

See CARS, p. 9B


This 1961 Chevy Bel Air is an eye-catcher at car shows for more than
-.--. its orange color. Jerry Smith put four years of work into the car,
adding modernized features and utilizing the parts of several different
vehicles, including using the hood of a Dodge Ram pickup truck for
the dash.




Unexpected home has


treated Smiths well


Illinois family finds
its niche in Starke
with body shop

BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Bradford County was not
their intended destination, but
it has become home for
members of the family that
have been running Smith
Brothers-Body Shop for 30
years.
Brothers Tom and Jerry
Smith, and their father, Harold
"Smitty" Smith, admitted they
were fish out of water when
they moved from Orion, Ill.
Jerry said they didn't know
---an) body and they didn't fit in
very %ell.
"We were Yankees, too, on
top of that," Smitty.said.
Yet that-did not stop the
family from gaining a foothold
.-.n the cnty and creating a
"lasting buses s--- ..
"People took us in pretty
good for being Yankees," Tom


said.
The Smiths were originally
trying to get to Daytona. It was
Smitty's desire to buy land
there, but on the way there, his
brother-in-law came down
with pneumonia. The nearest
hospital was the one in Starke.
While in Starke, the Smiths
met a man selling land and
they wound up buying.
"It's just by chance," Jerry
said. "Our roots are with cars
and racing. That's why we
were heading for Daytona. We
wanted to be in that area. We
just fell 90 miles short."
Tom and Jerry both talked of
how they were starving to
death their first year living in
Starke-they would pick up
soft drink bottles, along the
highway to get money for gas.
The brothers called their
parents and told them they
couldn't make it. Smitty's
response was that they better
make it because he had just
sold the family home in
Illinois and he and his wife,
Mary, were heading south.
It was an interesting move.


Tom said he and his brother
brought their cars down first,
towing one behind the other.
Both cars were filled with
family possessions. Tom then
flew back to Illinois and drove
a 1955 Cadillac hearse-that
Jerry used for transporting the
instruments for the band he
played in-from their home to
Starke. The family's johnboat
was packed with clothes and
flipped upside down on top of
the car. The car was so loaded
down that all the tires blew
before the car made it out of
Illinois.
"I drove that (hearse) 1,100
miles down here," Tom said.
"It took 18 quarts of oil to get
down here."
Smitty laughed at the
recollection, saying the hearse
must have been quite a sight.
"We looked like gypsies,"
he said.

Gypsies travel from place to
place, but there was no more
moving for the Smiths once

See SMITH, p. 7B


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Page 2B TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR--B-SECTION July 27, 2006


OBITUARIES


Benny Wilkison

Benny Wilkison
'LAWTEY Benny Louis
_Wilkison Jr., 81, of Lawley died
'"Thursday, July 20, 2006, at his
:residence following an extended
:,illness.
Born in Plant City, Mr.
Wilkison moved to Lawtey in
.,1949. He served in the U.S. Navy
'during World War II. He was a
'5witch'man for Seaboard Coast
(Line, retiring after 32 years of
,er% ice. He was a member of the
'Sevenah-Day Adventist church in
take. .
Mr. Wilkison is survived by:
!his wife, Lorraine Wilkison of
,Lawtey; a son, Bennett "Benny"
!Wilkison Ill of Lawtey; three'
.-da-ughters, Carolyn McCullers.of
TLawtey, Tammy McCarley of
P aytona Beach and. Geneva
,jWilkison of Lawtey; two sisters,
iAnnette Ford of Perry and Eunice
Idwa.rds of Jacksonville; a
;brother, Donald Wilkison of
..Jacksonville; 10 grandchildren
pand eight greal-grandchildren.
Funeral services for Mr.
I Wilkison ,were July: 24,. 2006, in
the ch-apl of" Archie 'Tanner
"Funeral Home with pastor David
Swinvar officiating and pastor
'Andre Van Heerden assisting.
-Cremation followed under the
care of Archie Tanner Funeral
... ome of Starke.

;Nathan Berry
MELROSE Nathan Edward
: Berry, 30, of Melrose died
4Sunday, July 23, 2006, at Haven
o:-ospice in Gainesville.
Born in Miami on Dec. 31,
..'1975, Mr. Berry moved to
,Keystone Heights four years ago
from Miami. He was a grader for
:-Gilman Building Products in
zJacksonville.
SMr. Berrnv is survived by: his
parents, Edward and Debra Berry
.of Melrose; a brother. Adam
1Berrv of Washington. D.C.: his
,maternal grandparents. John and
5Sarah Johnson of Melrose: and
'.his paternal grandmother.
America "Mary" Berry of
SBranford.
-Funeral services lor Mr. Berry
.%%ill be held at 10 a.m. on
,Saturday, .July 29, 2006, in the
'peWill C. Jones Chapel in
,Keystone Heights \ith pastor
,pon Corbil conducting ihe
services. Intermeni will iollo\w
'in Keysione Heights Cemeiter
SMci..irial conitriulions may
Ihe made to Haten. Hospice of
vNorth Central Florida. 4200
".N.W. 90ih Blvd.. Gainestille,
-FL 32606.

IWillie Searcy
$ STARKE Willie Searcy, 83.
Spf Starke died Frida), July 21.
-2006, at his residence following.
p an extended illness.
Born in Mauk. Ga. on Sept.
16, 1922, Mr. Searcy moved to
Sltarke from New York. He was a
: .lctired police oflicer for the city
pf Starke and member of Greater
Bethlehem Free Will Baptist
Church in Slarke, where he
served as a deacon.
.-:Fun.eral services for Mr. Searcy
4ill be announced al a later date.
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Janice Bridgman
LAKE BUTLER Janice Faye
"Pug" Bridgman, 54, of Lake
Buller died Satuiday, July 22,
2006, at Shands Syrkc
following a brief illness.
Born iii Jacksonville, Miss
Bridgman lived in Lake Butler
most of her life. She was disabled
and was of the Baptist faith.
Miss Bridgman is survived by:
her mot.er. Mildred Bridgman of
Lake 'B tftr: six sisters, Judic
Davis of Saraland, Ala., Linda
Morton. Shirlcy Bridgman, June
Turrill, Diane Saunders and
Jennifer Williams, all of Lake
Butler; two brothers, Johnny
Bridgman and David Bridgman,
both of Lake Butler. She was
preceded in death by her father,
Joseph Bridgman, and a sister,
Joann Manning.
Funeral services for Miss
Bridgman were July 25, 2006, in
Elzey ,Chapel Cemetery in
Worthington Springs with
pastor Kirk Bogard officiating.
Burial followed under the care of
Archer Funeral Home of Lake
Butler.

Altemease Chandler
YORK COUNTY, VA. -
Altemease Tutson Chandler of
York County, Va: died Tuesday,
July 11, 2006, alt Riverside
Regional Convalescent Center in
Newport News, Va. where she had
lived since January 2002.
Born July 25, 1913, in
Hawthorne to the late Nathan and
Cora Tutson, Mrs. Chandler lived
in Starke most of her adult life.
She was a school teacher for
more than 35 years. She was a
member of Bethel Temple
Assembly. of God Church in
Hamipion, Va.
Mrs. Chandler is survived by:
a daughter, Gloria J. McFadden of
- Yorktown., Va.-; si-x
grandchildren, 16 great-
grandchildren and seven great-
great-grandchildren. She was
preceded in death by her husband,
Harrington Chandler, four
brothers and two sisters.
Funeral services for Mrs.
Chandler were July 18, 2006, at
Cooke Bros. Funeral Chapel in
Newport News with the Rev.
Willie R. Strong, and chaplain
Ronald Strong cudui iiiLg the
services. Interment followed in
Peninsula Memorial Park in
Newport News.

Terrell Jones
STARKE Terrell Lee "Terry"
Jones, 59, of Starke died
Wednesday, July 19, 2006, at his
residence l'ollo~ ing an extended
illness. .
.Born. in Daytona Beach, Mr.
"Jones inioVedtid St"iat 'i'reaf"'
age and graduated'from Bradford
High School. He served in the
U.S. Army during the Korean War
and was a superintendent with
J.B. Coxwell Construction
Company. He attended Grace
Baptist Church.
Mr. Jones is survived by: his
wife, Bqnnie Hastings Jones of
Starke; a son, Tommy Jones of
Keysione Heights; a
stepdaiughter, Julia R'owsey of
Melbourne; a stepson, Ron
LaMarre of Melbourne; a brother,
Robert E. Jones of, Slarke. two


sisters, Bobbie LilMtcll and Ann
Curry, both of Melbourne; and
six grandchildren.
Funeral services for Mr. Jones
were July 22, 2006, at Grace
Baptist Church with the Rev.
Dick Dixon officiating and the
Rev. Melvin Shemer assisting.
Burial followed in Crosby Lake
Cemetery under the care of Archic
Tanner Funeral Home of Starke.
Memorial contributions may
be made to a favorite charity.

Bonnie Ghee
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Bonnie
Jean Ghee, 79, of Keystone
Heights died Friday, July 21,
2006, at Shands UF.
Born in Cooksville, Ohio, on
March 16, 1927, Mrs. Ghee was
sell-employd as a reweaver-.
Mrs. Ghee is survived by: a
daughter, Julie Akey of Keystone
Heights; sister, Beulah
Shirtzinger; and a grandson,
James H. Akey of Keystone
Heights.
Memorial services for Mrs.
Ghee will be held at a later date.
Jones Funeral Home of Keystone
Heights is in charge of
arrangements.

W.L. Griffis
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS W.L.
Griffis, 66, of Keystone Heights
died Monday, July 24, 2006, at
Shands UF in Gainesville.
Born in Jacksonville on Sept.
9, 1939, Mr. Griffis moved to
Keystone Heights in 1992 from
Neptune Beach. He was owner/
operator of Southern Plate Glass.
He was a member of Trinity
SBaptist church in Keystone
Heights.
Mr. Griffis is survived by: his
wife of 16 years, Lea Leepher
Griffis of Keystone Heights; two
daughters. Vicky Baker of
Jacksonville and Theresa Hact ol-"
Ft. White: a son, Steve Griffis of
Jacksonville. and live
grandchildren.
Funeral services, for Mr. Griffis
will be held at I1 a.m. on
Thursday, July 27, 2006, in
Trinity Baptist Church with
pastor James Peoples
officiating. Burial will follow in
Keystone Heights Cemetery
under the care of Jones Funeral
Home of Keystone Heights.



David Crumpton
GAINESVILLE David Alan
Crumpton, 43, of Gainesville
died Sunday, July 23, 2006.
Mr. Crumpton is survived by:
a daughter, Marie Nicole
Crumplon of Gaines ilk: a son,
.,, Danny Brown ol. Gaines\ ille. i
brother, Norman Crumpton of
.Keystone Heights; four sisters,
Billie Ann Sommer of:
Gainesville, Marsha Davis of
Bell, Susan Sanchez of Trenton
and Deborah Key of
Jacksonville.
Memorial services for Mr.
Crumpton will be held at 2 p.m.
on' Saturday, July 29, 2006, at
Abundant Life Church, 6865 S.R.
21 N. in Keystone Heights.
Arrangements are under the care
of Moring Funeral Home of
Melrose.


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STARKE Clara S Ramey, 94,
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23, 2006.
Born on July 9, 1912, in,
Sarrucca, Pa.,v Mrs. Ramey lived
most of her life in Kirkwood,
N.Y. She moved to Starke in
2000 from Grand Island. She
lived at Windsor Manor for the
past six months and attended
Harmony Baptist Church.
Mrs. Ramey is survived by:
two daughters, Beverly Twining
of Norge, Va., and Bertha
Magnus of Starke; 14
grandchildren and several great-
and great-great-grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by her
husband, Elmer Ramey. a son,
Clinton Rameyv. iiitu i uaugiiter.
Bellyttv Kochcr.
Funeral services for Mrs.
Ramey will be held at II a.m. on
Thursday, July 27, 2006, at
Harmony Baptist Church with
the Rev. Joe Henkle Jr.
officiating. Cremation will
follow tinder the care of Archie
Tanner Funeral Home of Starke.

Christopher Young
LAKE BUTLER Christopher
Joseph Young, 30, of Lake
Butler died suddenly on
Wednesday. July 19. 2006, at his
residence.
Btmi ii Lima. hulio. Mr.,'
Young lived in Slarke and Lake'
Butler most of his lil'c. He was a
shipping clerk with Sikorski
Inc. in Jacksonville and was a
member of Lake Butler Church of
Christ.
Mr. Young is survived by: his
wife, Amy l-art Young of Lake
Butler; two daughters, Mallory
Taylor Young and Lily Tess
Young, both of Lake Butler; a
son, Michael Young of Lake
Butler; his mother, Sandra J.
Young of Lake Butler; a brother, "
Timothy Young of..Jacksonville;
and a sister, Nicole Manning of
Ponte Vedra..
Funeral services for Mr. Young
were July 22, 2006, in the
Chapel of Archer Funeral Home
of Lake Butler with Brother Scott
Fisher officiating. Burial
followed in Mid-Way Cemetery,
between Lake Butler and
Providence.

Robert Wilkinson
STARKE Robert Edward
Wilkinson, 86, of Starke died
Saturday, July 15, 2006, at
Bradford Terrace nursing home
following an extended illness.
Born in Badin, N.C., on May
15, 1920, Mr. Wilkinson moved
to Starke rrcc nil,', ,from-
Inirlactien. He was ''of' the


Christian faith and was a retired
assembly worker for General
Motors. He served in the United
States Coast Guard.
Mr. Wilkinson is survived by:
two daughters, Barbara Bingus of
Dundalk, Md., and Betty Martin
of Conway. S.C.; and a sister,
Virginia Eudy of New London,
N.C.
Memorial services for Mr.'
Wilkinson will be held at a later
date in Conway. Local
arrangements were under the care
of Jones Funeral Home of Starke.

Mary Schwertseger
LAKE CITY Mary Harriett
Schwertseger, 79, of Lake City
died Wednesday, July 12, 2006,
following an extended illness.
Born in While Springs, the
daughter of Loah Heath and Leola
Milling. Healh, Mrs.
Schwertseger lived most of her
life on Los Angeles. She returned
to Florida 25 years ago. She was
a LPN until she retired and
attended the Full Gospel Church.
Mrs. Schwertseger is survived
by: two sons, James Douglass of
Enid, Okla., and Robert Douglass
of Sinton, Texas; .a brother,
David Hedges of Lake City; three
sisters, Ruth Douglass of
Rosendal, Calif., Naomi G.
Parrish of Lake City and Mattie
Shannon of Doyile, Tenn.; and
several grandchildren.

In Memory

In Loving Memory of
Mary F "Fannie" Silcox
Dec. 9, 1915-July 28, 2004
Those we love don't go away, they
walk beside us everyday, unseen,
iuiiheard. but alwaysnear, still.
-loved, still missed and very dear.
Our thoughts are with you though '*
you have passed away. -
And those who love you dearly are
thinking of yopqtoaay.
We love you,
Edna and Family

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2006, in New Jerusalem Church
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officiating.




On behalf of the Wilkison Family,
we would like to take this
opportunity to thank all of those
who provided prayer, support, love,
food, and words of encouragement
during the recent illness and loss of
Bennett "Benny" Wilkison Jr
A special thanks goes to the
Seventh Day Adventist Church of
Starke, Hospice Haven of
Gainesville, Dr Carl Eason and his
staff, Madison Street Pharmacy,
Archie Tanner Funeral Home, Bill
Wilson ofWilson's Etc., and the
family members who gave
countless hours of care and
compassion that will never be
forgotten. It brings joy to our hearts
to know that so many of you cared
for such a wonderful husband,
father, grandfather, uncle and
brother.
We are forever grateful.
Sincerely,
Lorraine Wilkison & Family


In Memory

In Loving Memory of
Zurny M. Ford

Oct. 11, 1950-July 22, 1996
It's now 10 years since you went to
live with the Lord. We miss you so
very much, but know you are in a
wonderful place.
You now have three grands. Rest
on, Mackey, we all shall see each
other one glorious day.
S. Love always,
Shirlev. Shan n,Jermnnaine and
All of Your Family


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Blanding lakes will

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A fire, thought to be electrical, caused an Victory Chapel Christian Fellowship Ministries
estimated $15,000-$20,000 damage at the building around 8:15 p.m. Tuesday night.


Area church damaged Tuesday by fire


BY CAROLYN EAVES
AND
LINDSEY KIRKLAND
Telegraph Staff Writers
A Starke couple walking
with their dog on East Call
Street thought they smelled
smoke Tuesday night.
As they continued walking
by what was formerly Roy's
Grocery, now Victory Chapel
Christian Fellowship
Ministries, they thought they
saw smoke coming from the
roof. A call to 91.1 at
approximately 8:15 p.m.
brought two units from Starke
Fire Department. Because
members of the Lawtey
Volunteer Fire Department,
along with Chief Mike Brown,
were training in Starke, two of
its units arrived minutes later.
Starke Fire Department
Chief Dwayne Hardee said the
cause of the fire was still under
investigation as of press time,
but it appeared to be electrical
in nature, either from lightning
or a wiring malfunction.
Apparently striking wiring
in the attic, the building soon
filled with smoke. Water hoses
to the attic brought the fire


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Nuthouse.
In addition to archery, black
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and a lottery hunt for hog, as
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Small game,, raccoon and
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under control.
Fans at the front door
quickly drew the smoke out,
and firefighters carried the
church's sound equipment
from the building to outside
safety.
The building suffered
approximately $15,000-
$20,000 in damage caused by a
combination of smoke, water,
and structural damage to
rafters, drywall and wiring.
The building, belonging to
Timmy Norman, was recently
renovated and now houses the
church.
Kevin B'aker, pastor of
Victory Chapel, said, "I think
it's demonic."
He said the work of the
devil, such as the lightning and
recent hate mail the church had
received, was not enough to
hold back his congregation.
Baker said Wednesday
services were relocated, and no
plans were yet in place for the
two Sunday services.
A total of 15 members of
Station 5 (Lawtey VFD),
Station 1 (Starke) and Station
6 rescue responded quickly to
put out the fire, Hardee said.


Magnolia and Lowry lakes
on Camp Blanding open for
public fishing access beginning
July 28.
Since Sept. 11, 2001, lake
access has been closed because
of security reasons.
The public may access the
lakes from 7 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
Friday and Saturdays, and any
day hunting is allowed and a
check station operated.
"Anglers must check in and
out at the Treat Road gate
check station off S.R. 21 near
Keystone Heights," said Jerry


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Wildlife Conservation
Commission (FWC) regional
freshwater fish biologist.
"Because of military security,
we must monitor access to the
post."
Military training days occur,
at times, on weekends, closing
the area to anglers. Anglers
should call the Camp Blanding
Lake information line at (904)
682-3318 for a recorded
See LAKES, p. 9B


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A Rookie at MacDill Field
A series on World War II


I was watching a TV show recently
that depicted the new Predator Drones
over Iraq. They were being controlled
by men and women thousands of
miles away, somewhere in the United
States, gathering information about
enemy movements, gun
emplac mete-and-othert-data in the
war zone.
Unmanned, the drones preclude the
loss of pilots and other personnel
while gathering information in a war
zone. Some versions of the Predator
have been equipped to fire laser-
guided, anti-armor Hellfire missiles in
addition to collecting intelligence.
The drones have served well
enough to justify the Air Force's
purchase of Predators. to equip 15
squadrons.
The aircraft in use today, including
helicopters, jets and drones, is a far
cry from the planes used in World
War II, which were propeller driven.
Choppers, jet engines and unmanned
drones may have been envisioned by
engineers and designers, but none had
made there way onto the battle field
by the end of 1945.
The TV show brought to mind the
military aircraft with which I was
familiar in the long ago days of
WWII.- Men and women who fought
and won that war are now in their
eighties and exiting this life rapidly.
However, servicemen and women
from subsequent wars are filling their
ranks, and the government continues
to provide health services to
.thousands. The Veteran's Memorial.
Cemetery at Bushnell is rapidly being
--filled, -and-the-toatioiffTor another
veteran's cemetery near Fort Meyers
has bofen approved,
While this series isn't biographical,
my experiences will be used as a
vehicle tp relate some incidents
relative. to times and places in the
period 1941-45.
People of my generation remember
where they were and what they were
doing on that warm December day in
North Florida, Sunday, Dec. 7,1941.-
- It wa& the -day" prominent
businessman in Union County was
buried because the medical
community couldn't successfully
combat a penicillin reaction.
Penicillin was a new wonder drug, but
there was still much to learn.
It was also the day .the Japanese
caught the U.S. military a forces
napping and destroyed the American
Pacific Fleet at Pearl Harbor in an
aerial attack. President Franklin D.
Roosevelt, in his request for. a
declaration of war, called it a day that
would "live in infamy."
Those of us at the cemetery heard
the news on car radios as services
ended and we were returning home. It


was a moment in time, seared in
memory of all Americans living at the
time. Nothing really changed at that
moment, but then again, nothing,
would ever be the same again.-
Although I was single, tall and
slender, weighing 115 pounds, I was a
prime subject for military
conscription, but my draft number
was high enough that I wouldn't have
been called for many months. My best
friends were already in uniform, and
after Pearl Harbor, I couldn't wait to
"join up." The next week I went to
Jacksonville to enlist, but a health
problem intervened and I returned
home. In early January I returned to
the same recruiting station, and a
different doctor accepted me. The
date was Jan. 14, 1942.
Aside from feeling conspicuous in
civilian clothes at the time, enlisting
enabled me to choose my branch of
service. I chose the Army Air Corp, a
decision I never regretted.
The group that enlisted that day,
some 15-20 strong, was bused to
Camp Blanding to pick up clothing
and ship out to various military
installations. The choice of locations
for Air Corp enlistees was limited, so
I requested shipment to Jefferson
Barracks, Mo. The Army obliged by
sending the Air Corp recruits
(including me) to MacDill Field at
Tampa.
We were assigned to "Boomtown,"
a name that described the hutments
(four walls with a_ canvas tent
stretched over it) and white beach
sand everywhere. The cook shack and
orderly room were the only buildings,
and the dining room was under the
stars, with sea gutls-drifting in and
out, doing their thing. The,
temperature caught up with the
calendar, and it was cold. This was to
be our home for about four weeks,
and our time was spent mostly
loafing.
We moved into two-story barracks-
with bunk beds, "-entral heat and
adjacent bathrooms. The mess hall
was nearby, and meals were served on
white dishes, rather than in mess kits
and aluminum cups. After
Boomtown, the barracks compared
favorably with the Paris Hilton, or so
I thought.
In those days, military personnel in
uniform could travel far and fast
while hitch-hiking, so I "rode my
thumb" to Worthington Springs
,several times while stationed at the
"Big Mac."
I was a buck private in the Army Air
Corp. Next week the private gets into
trouble.
By Buster Rahn,
Telegraph Editorialist


LETTERS TO THEEDITOR


FFGC says
'thanks' to all
who helped
honor vets
Dear Editor:
As chairman of the Veterans
Memorial Pathway and
president ofthe Garden Club of
the Lakes, FFGC, I would like
to take this opportunity to:
thank everyone wbo -
-parrticiTared in the July 4,
ceremony. Also, thanks to the
folks who came by to honor
and salute the veterans of all
-wars.
The weather was hot, but
everyone got bottled water
which 'was.' donated by
Hitchcock's supermarket.
Many thanks to David Kuntz
S and his reenactment group who
really shook things up, to both
commanders of the American
I Legion Post 202 and Amvets
Post 86. also members of both
auxiliaries.
S lhank you to pastor J.G.
Broome of Dedan Baptist
.


Church in Brooker, GaN le
Plant, who sang patriotic
songs, and our t\wo speakers,
Keystone Heights Ma.or MarN
Lou Hildreth and Tech. Sgt.
John Tully from Jacksonville.
Wreath bearer Sgt. Maj. Ray
Wingate and both of our
aircraft pilots, retired Capt.
Bob Oehl USAF with the
World War II L4J aircraft and,
Ejlon Krugman-Kadi, an


aviation attorney from
Gaines ille in the L39 jet,
provided quite a finale to our
ceremony. Thanks to Lt. Susan
King for the use of her aircraft.
Finally, I want to thank all
of the ladies from the Garden
Club of the Lakes who helped
make the. day the success that it
was.
Joan Jones
Keystone Heights


Former mayor
questions city
spending
Dear Editor:
I trust the residents of the
greater Keystone Heights area
paid close attention to your
front page story on the city
council's recent "revenue
enhancement workshop" for we
are about to be hit in the
wallets again.
Yes, actions within the city
can affect those of us who are
fortunate enough to live
outside the city as well.
My steadfast goal while
mayor was to revitalize the
community and to do so while
reducing taxes and other city
expenses. -
During my administration,
1994-1995, I succeeded in
eliminating the tax on heating
oil and gas and I proposed the


UC sheriff
speaks out
Dear Editor:
This letter is in response to
the recent letter to the editor
regarding an incident occurring
just outside of Lake Butler two
weeks ago.
The letter suggested that
residents "exercise your right to
protect yourself."
Our constitution provides all
Americans the right to bear
arms and protect ourselves.
Remember, though, we are a
civilized nation and community
and this is why we have a law
enforcement system to
administer, protect and seek
justice to those who commit
crimes against us.
As the sheriff of Union
County, I take exception to the
letter written suggesting we are
not prepared to handle our job.
This is a community made of
hard-working law abiding
citizens along with the men
and women of law enforcement
and corrections -that pull
together in a team spirit every
day to see that our citizens
remain safe and that the law is
administered fairly\ and just)
-for all- .
It is important before
'"strikiflt '"out-' 'those ht?'
perform this job that you. ha\e
facts pertinent to each
situation. Certainly, when \ou
feel that you are the victim in
any incident, minutes seem
like hours and you expect that
the resolution of your incident
--is solved or handled the way'
you see that it should be. I
agree. However, our men and
women of law enforcement and
corrections daily, nightly and,
while the rest of-fus_-are-
sleeping are out there and
having to make split-second
life decisions, often times -
under stress and with, limited
information such as this
particular incident. As Sheriff,
I am responsible to the people
of Union County to' assure that
you get the bestpossible law
enforcement action and -that
professionalism is maintained.,
Union County is over 245
square miles with over 10,000
residents and 4,000 inmates and
growing., I feel that our law
enforcement efforts in our
community solidifies that our
county, although being the
smallest enjoys a ,very low
crime rate and a quality of life
that many newcomers have
realized. .1 would say that this
would not be the case without
the efforts of our community
and the law enforcement and
correctional officers who live
and work here.
Before passing judgment,
'you must have facts on what a
routine day or night is like for
a deputy sheriff and specifically
the facts surrounding this
event:
Fact: Deputies respond to an
average of 34 calls per shift in
Union County.
Fact: As court officers,
deputies handle all civil and
criminal process for not only
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boundaries.
Fact: 911 dispatchers handle
on average of 75-100 calls for
emergencies and information
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On the evening the writer is
speaking of, a call was placed
to the sheriffs dispatch center
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Fact: The dispatch center
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responding deputy who arrived
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Fact; The caller called back
and reported that the subject
had left the area in a vehicle.
Fact: The deputy was advised
of this information while caller
was on the telephone with the
dispatcher, and the deputy
attempted to gain more
information from the caller


who decided to pursue the
subject. The caller could not
provide which direction that
either herself or the subject was
traveling, or any ample
description of the vehicle, only
that it was on C.R. 796.
The responding deputy
maintained a perimeter within
the shortest route from the
caller's residerlce in an attempt
to locate and intercept. After
several minutes, the deputy
reported that no vehicles were
observed and that a patrol
would be maintained until any
further information came in.
Fact: Caller again called and
asked if a deputy was coming
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reduction of taxes on utilities. I
also spearheaded a successful
$500,000 free grant for street
paving.
My wife, Laura, serving as
director of community
development, a nonpaid
position, met with State Rep.
Kelley Smith. That meeting
ultimately led to a $42,000 free
grant for Keystone Beach.
Unfortunately, city
government has since gone
wild. It is as though Dracula
slipped into the blood bank and
nobody noticed or cares.
An employee retires and is
replaced by two. New positions
are added and salaries rise
beyond reasonable levels.
Expensive paving projects are
being done without grants. The
sewer-plant has decimated the
value of nearby properties.
Opposition to restoration of
the historic Keystone Inn
prevailed, and the city lost a
wonderful landmark and nearly


$4,000 a year in taxes.
Now there is excitement over
taxing our electric co-op to the
tune of $60,000 a year, a
burden that every user would
ultimately have to bear.
And if the tax on heating oil
and gas is restored, why would
anyone buy propane for their
grill or motor home at our
local hardware store when they
could drive outside the city and
save 10 percent.
Yes, state law does require
the city have a balanced budget,
but why not fix the expenditure
side of the ledger? I would
encourage the city council to
hold a "budget reduction
workshop."
Since this is unlikely to
happen, perhaps some city
resident could demand the
matter be placed on the agenda
for an upcoming council
meeting.
W. E. Thrasher
Keystone Heights







July 27, 2006 TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR--B-SECTION Page 5B


CRIME


One arrest
in weekend
burglaries
A 27-year-old Starke man was
arrested July 18 on charges of
burglary, theft and criminal
mischief.
Michael Edward Sutton II was
charged with breaking into the
lobby of the Bradford High
School gym, where he
attempted to cut the hinges on
the* drink machines, according
to Sgt. Richard Crews. Sutton
was also charged with breaking
into the main building at the
Bradford County Fairgrounds
where he stole TV and DVD
equipment belonging to the
Starke Recreation Department,
valued at $700, according to
Patrolman William Murray.
During the same weekend, July
14-17, Sutton entered a trailer
at a local campground where he
removed cigarettes and Lotto
scratch-off tickets.
During his arrest, the officer
found a metal crack pipe with
steel wool and residue, Sgt.
Crews said. Sutton was
additionally charged with
possession of drug
paraphernalia.
Total bond on the charges was
set at $45,000.

Starke man
charged with
assault on
officer
A 33-year-old Starke man was
arrested July 22 after he
allegedly tried to, run over a
Starke police officer.
James D. Dean was driving
his vehicle in a reckless manner
at 11 p.m. in the 400 block of
Center Street, according to
Patrolman Paul King. When an
officer stepped into the roadway
in an attempt to stop the
vehicle, Dean first slowed
down, then accelerated and drove
at the officer, Patrolman King
said.
The officer dove out of the
path of the vehicle but was
brushed by the front bumper as
it passed, Patrolman King said.
Dean then fled the scene
without stopping.
: Dean was located the
following day and identified as
the driver of the vehicle.
Dean was charged with
aggravated assault on a law
enforcement officer with a
motor vehicle. Bond on- the
charge was set at $75,000.

Lake City man
arrested in
Starke
A 26-year-old Lake City man
was arrested July 18 for stealing
from a Starke business.
Michael J. Terry was charged.
with committing grand theft
while he was employed at Auto
Zone, according to Patrolman
David Bukowski. TerIy looked
up customer names on the store
computer and created a refund
receipt under, the customer's
name.
Terry signed the customer's
name and then pocketed the
refund amount.
Approximately $1,100 was
taken in May, Patrolman
Bukowski said. No recovery -
was made.
Terry was released from
custody after a ,$10,000 surety
bond was posted. ...

Starke teens
arrested for
shoplifting
Two 18-year-old males from
Starke were arrested July 19 for
shoplifting at Belks Depaftment
Store in the Orange Park Mall.
Christopher Plemins and
Robert Thomas were caught by
store security who contacted the
Clay County Sheriff. They
were charged with petit/retail
theft.
This is Plemins' first arrest in
Clay but Thomas has a long
juvenile criminal history,
according to records.
Woman .
charged with
fraud, forgery


A 27-year-old Starke oman
was arrested July 19 on charges
of forgery and fraud.
Jodiesha -Dawn Clem was
charged with depositing a check
in the amount of .$150 into the
victim's account, according to
Sgt. William Brown. Clem
knew the check was no good,
Sgt: Brown said.
Clem then forged and cashed a
- check for $20 on the victim's
account. ,She later attempted to
cash a secofldforged -check in
the amount of $ 100 at the same


bank, Sgt. Brown said.
Clem was charged with
deposit with intent to defraud,
two counts forgeiy. two counts
ut rieng ;i t .l l IIIl i nI ent,
petit theft and additionally with
possession of drug
paraphernalia when a crack pipe
was found in her purse at the
time of her arrest, Sgt. Brown
said.
Total bond on the charges was
set at $20,000.

Recent
arrests
in Bradford,
Clay or Union
The following individuals
were arrested recently by local
law enforcement officers in
Bradford, Clay (Keystone
Heights area) or Union County:
Vickie T. LeBlanc, 39, of
Jacksonville was arrested July
21 by Starke Patrolman
William Murray for possession
of cannabis and possession of
prescription medication without
prescription. LeBlanc, during a
traffic stop, was found to have
marijuana, rolling papers and
Loritab pills. She does not have
a prescription for the Loritab,
Patrolman Murray said. She
was released from custody after
a $20,000 surety bond was
posted.


Ryan Dale Degeus, 22, of
Brooker was arrested July 21 by
Bradford Sgt. Daniel Wolfe for
cultivation and manufacturing
cannabis. Degeus was found
growing marijuana from seeds
on S.R. 18 near Brooker. Four
plants and two recently
harvested root bases were
recovered, Sgt. Wolfe said.
Degeus was released on his own
recognizance by Judge Johnny
Hobbs.
Robin M. Swain, 52, of
Jacksonville was arrested July
24 by Bradford Deputy Stephen
Bivins for disorderly
intoxication. Swain was
charged with causing a
disturbance in Starke on U.S.
301 north just after midnight.
She was very intoxicated and
refused too give her name or
where she lived, Deputy Bivins
said.
Fredricka Elizabeth Anderson,
25, of Jacksonville was arrested
July 20 by Bradford Deputy
Lori Jestes for introduction of
contraband. Anderson is charged
with sliding a box of cigarettes
tl rotign the bonding boothi
window in an attempt to give
them to an inmate housed at the
jail, Deputy Jestes said. A
$5,000 surety bond was posted
for her release from custody.
Rebecca L. Owens, 25, of
Lake Butler was arrested July
18 by Starke Patrolman M.D.



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While speaking with Owens
about an active warrant, she
began to yell profanities and
would not cease, creating a
disturbance, Patrolman Watson
said. She was charged on the
warrant with dealing in stolen
property and transported to
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set at $11,000.
Sara Mae Todd, 21, of
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also arrested for breach of peace
when she continued to yell
profanities at the officer,
Patrolman Watson said. She
was released from custody after
a $1,000 surety bond was
posted.
Levan Wesley Easley, 34, of
Starke was arrested July 21 by
Patrolman Watson for resisting
arrest without violence. While
trying to identify the subject he
became very hostile and took an
aggressive stance with clinched
fists, yelling profanities at the
officer, Patrolman Watson said.
A $500 surety bond was posted
for his release from custody.
Stephanie Elaine Starling, 35,
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the Winn Dixie parking lot at
11:30 p.m. Starling smelled
strongly of alcohol and had two
open alcoholic containers. She
was belligerent and evasive
with her answers, drawing
attention of other people,
Patrolman Bukowski said. Bond
was set at $1,000. Starling was
also charged failure to appear
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Union County with bond set at
$2,500.
Timothy Adam Norman, 28,
of Middleburg was arrested July
22 by Lawtey Patrolman K.
McRae for possession of
marijuana. Norman's vehicle
was stopped on U.S. 301 for
travelling 57mph in a 45mph
zone. A strong odor of
marijuana was noticed coming
from the vehicle by the officer.
Ten small joints containing a
green leafy substance were
found. in a tin in the truck's
dash compartment. A $1,000
surety bond was posted for
Norman's release from custody.
Christopher John Kalogiros,
22, and Emory Lee Crews, 23,
both inmates at the Bradford


County Jail, were arrested July
19 by Bradford Deputy Joseph
Jones for theft. The two, while
part of a work squad, stole
approximately $114 from a
filing cabinet located in the
office at Bradford Middle
School. They placed the money
on the work squad trailer where
it was recovered at the jail,
Deputy Jones said.
Joshua Richards, 19, of
Starke was arrested July 17 by
Bradford Sgt. Ray White for
domestic battery. Richards is
charged with hitting the victim
in the face during an argument.
A $1,000 surety bond was
posted for his release from
custody.
Garrett Culverson, 17, of
Starke was arrested July 17 by
Bradford Deputy R. Watkins for
domestic battery. A verbal
disagreement led to Culverson
striking the victim, Deputy
Watkins said. He was released
from custody after a $1,000
surety bond was posted.

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CRIME


Recent arrests
in Bradford,
Clay or Union
The following individuals
were arrested recently by local
law enforcement officers in
Bradford, Clay (Keystone
Heights area) or Union
County:

Sirtonio David Ethridge, 26,
of Orange Park was arrested
July 22 by Patrolman Murray
for obstruction by disguised
person. Ethridge is charged with
giving the officer a false name
and date of birth during an
investigation of a suspicious
person call, Patrolman Murray
said. A $500 surety bond was
posted for his release from
custody.
Ellen Denise Plumley, 49, of
Middleburg was arrested July 21
by Starke Patrolman Michelle
Tarrant for possession of drug
paraphernalia. The officer found
a crack pipe in Plumley's
possession during a traffic stop
on Old Lawtey Road. A $1,000
surety bond was posted for her
release from custody.
James Otis Campbell, 33, of
Tuskegee, Ala. was arrested
July 22 by Union Deputy
Donnie Jones as a fugitive from
justice. Campbell was picked
up from Department of
Corrections custody and
transported to Union with no
bond set on the warrant from
Macon County, Ala.
Dawnya Mosley, 19, of
Starke was arrested July 17 by
,Patrolman Tarrant for violation
of probation petit theft. A
$5,000 surety bond was posted
for her release from custody.
Connie Marie Gosche, 43, of
Jacksonville was arrested July
18 by Jacksonville deputies on
a Bradford warrant for failure to
appear violation of probation
petit theft. Bond was set at
$4,000.
Lautara Slocum, 27, of Starke
was arrested July 19 by
Patrolman Tarrant on a
Hillsborough County warrant
for, failureto appear obstruction
of officer. A $500 surety bond
was posted for her release from
custody.
Jamie Coakley, 25, of Starke
was arrested July 19 by Bradford
Sgt. E.J. Kiser for failure to
appear battery. Bond was set at
$5,000.'-
Wendell Chastain, 22. of
Hampton was arrested July .19
Sby Bradford Sgt. : Hershell
Johnsori for .violation : of
probation.
Manuel Rodriguez, 44, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
July 18, by Clay deputies on a
warrant for confinement of
animals.
David Carl Bishop, 45, of
Interlachen was arrested July 19
by Putnam deputies on a
Bradford warrant for failure to
appear issuing worthless check.
A $2,000 surety bond was
posted for, his release from
custody.
Jerry Greg Barnett Jr., 24, of
Lake Butler was arrested July
19 by Union Deputy Robert T.
Manning on a Bradford warrant
for. violation of probation. He
was released on his own
recognizance.
Nicole Danielle Shaw, 25, of
Lake Butler was arrested July
20 by Union Deputy Mac
Johns on warrants for sale and
possession of cocaine and
marijuana and sale*' and
possession 6f cocaine within
1,000 feet of a church. Total
bond was set at $50.000.

Lashanda Felicia Myers, 35,
of Gainesville was arrested July
18 by Union Lt. H.M.
Tomlinson on a capias for
failure to appear. Bond was set
at $5,000.
Luis Alfredo Chavarria, 19, of
Lake Butler was -arrested July
15 by Deputy Manning on. a
.warrant for failure to appear
S/ from Collier County. Bond was
'" set at $513. -.


SMichael Deangelo Brown, 19,
of Lake Butlet was arrested July
24 by Lt. Tomlinson for
violation of probation (two
Countss.

Traffic
Vanpssa Ann Crawford, 38, of
Starke was arrested July 18 by
Union Deputy Mindy Goodwin
for driving under the influence
(DU1 %. Crawiora s venicle was
stopped on S.R. 121 at 11:07


p.m. after weaving and almost
striking other vehicles, Deputy
Goodwin said. She failed the
field sobriety testing and was
placed under arrest. Her bood-
alcohol level was .26 percent.
Crawford was found earlier in
the evening asleep in her
vehicle, with the motor
running, in the driveway of a
friend. She gave her keys to the
friend and agreed at that time to
stay with the friend until she
was sober, Deputy Goodwin
said. She apparently had another
key to -the vehicle and left the
residence, Deputy Goodwin
said.
Parvielle L. Lee, 22, of
Starke was arrested July 20 by
Patrolman Bukowski for
driving while license suspended
or revoked (DWLS). A $1,000
surety bond was posted for his
release from custody.
Robert Demps, 52, of Starke
was arrested July 17 by
Patrolman King for DWLS
habitual, aggravated
fleeing/eluding and resisting
arrest without violence. Bond
was set at $20,000.
Blaine Rivera, 41, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
July 18 by Clay deputies for
DWLS.
Jorge Cruz, 45, of Miami was
arrested July 17 by Dade
County deputies on a Bradford
warrant for violation of


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probation DWLS/DUI. Bond
was set at $20,000.
Sherri Carlton, 27, of
Middleburg was arrested July 18
by Bradford Deputy Thomas
Sapp for failure to appear
DWLS. A $2,502 surety bond
was posted for her release from
custody.
Kenneth Thomas, 47, of
Melrose was arrested July 24 by
Clay deputies for violation of
probation tag attached not
assigned.
Letroy Guion. 37, of Starke
was arreceu july Z.4 oy Clay
deputies for failure to appear
DWLS.
David Curtis Moody, 28, of
Orange Park was arrested July
18 by Jacksonville deputies on
a Bradford warrant for failure to
appear violation of probation
DWLS. Bond was set at
$4,000.

Anita Cornelio, 51, of
Florahome was arrested July 19
by Clay deputies for violation
of probation DUI and attaching
tag not assigned.
Terry Barnett, 28, of Trenton
was arrested July 21 by Alachua
deputies on a Bradford warrant
for failure to appear violation of
probation no valid driver's
license (NVDL). Bond was set
at $4,000.


Kassandra Lee Tate, 21, of
Gainesville was arrested July 21
by Deputy Jestes on a warrant
from Flagler County for
violation of probation NVDL.
A $750 surety bond was posted
for her release from custody.
Steven Lloyd Ward, 44, of
Middleburg was arrested July 23
by Deputy Sapp for failure to
appear DWLS. He was released
after a $2,000 surety bond was
posted.

FHP
checkpoint
locations
for August
The Florida Highway Patrol
will be conducting driver
license and vehicle inspection
checkpoints during this month
in Bradford and Union
counties.
The patrol has found the
checkpoints to be an effective
means of enforcing the
equipment and driver license
laws of Florida while ensuring
the protection of all motorists.
Union County
C.R. 238 and S.R. 238 west
of Lake Butler, S.R. 121 in
Rajford, north of Raiford and
in Worthington Springs, C.R.
16 west of Starke, C.R. 18 west
of Worthington Springs, S.R.
231 south of Lake Butler, C.R.
229 north of S.R. 121,'C.R.
231 Bradford/Union line.


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Scholarship Fund




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Bradford County
S.R. 230 east of Starke, C.R.
100A east of Starke, C.R. 231
in Brooker, C.R. 225 west of
Lawtey, C.R. .225 at C.R. 227,
C.R. 229 north of Starke,
Speedville Road, C.R. 221 in


Hampton. SW 75th Ave. west
of Starke. C.R. 18 at C.R. 221,
C.R. 18 in Hampton, C.R. 225
east of Lawtey, C.R. 225 at
C.R. 229, S.R. 16 west of
Starke, Market Road north of
Starke, C.R. 18 west of
Hampton, S.R. 227.


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Brothers Tom and Jerry Smith are pictured with a Tom and Jerry sign that was
given to them by their father, Harold "Smitty" Smith, during their 25th year in
business. Smith Brothers Body Shop has been in business for 30 years.,


SMITH
Continued from p. 1B

they settled in Starke. Smitty,
--who got ajob at the Chevrolet
dealership-4iQGainesville, said
he, was making more money
than he ever did in Illinois.
Then. the Smiths opened their
body shop on June 1, 1976.
Tom said he worked at the
body shop by himself for the
first month while Jerry and
Siaitty continued working in
their other jobs.
."We had;to have some kind
ot' income in case this place
didn't make it," Tom said.
JIerry and Smitty eventually
qgfit their jobs and joined
Tom-there was so much
business he couldn't handle it
by himself.
;"It was unreal," Tom said.
thirty years later the Smiths
are still going at it, but their.
history with cars goes back
much-fuither.

Born in the fast lane
Smitt.y raced for
approximately 17 years and his
family was right there with
hi.f. Tom and Jerry, as infants,
would -be there at the track,
underneath the bleachers in
their baby buggies. Jerry said
he., must have been just three
days old when he attended his
first race.
i'I think I was literally
almost bmrn on the race track,"
Jerry said.
T om and -Jerry spent. so


much time at the race track
that Jerry was surprised to hear
the National Anthem playing
prior to a baseball game close
to home. He followed the
sound of music, expecting to
see a race of some sort.
"We thought (the song) was
for stock cars only," Tom said.
. Smitty said he lost a lot of
races-between his first and his
last, but he' started off with a
win and capped his 'career with
a win. Tom followed in his
footsteps as a racer, placing
second in his first race and
winning his last race.
Jerry was not a racer. Music
was his interest. He was in a
band in Illinois and played
with Tom Petty once in Petty's
first band, Mudcrutch.
"Just for one night," Jerry
said, "He fired me."
Jerry did not compete on the
track, but he was interested in
cars nonetheless. If his work at
the body shop isn't enough to
prove that, how about the fact
that he is still working on cars
once the business day is done?
Jerry builds street rods in his
spare time. .
"I like fixing cars," he said.
Being at the race track at
such a youpg age.-may.ha,..
helped Tom and'Jerry de"Vef6l1
theirinterest, in cars, much the
same as maybe frequent trips
to the dump as youngsters
fostered a love for, as Jerry
puts it, old "junk."

Is it a body shop or a
museum?
A look around Smith


Brothers Body Shop reveals an
assortment of items
representing a bygone era. The
business is home to two
antique gas pumps, for
example, while the walls are
covered with signs advertising
car products and other items.
One wall is adorned with a row
of old padlocks, including one
which Smitty built a working
key for himself.
"We could probably open a
museum," Jerry said.
Tom and Jerry fondly
recalled accompanying their
grandfather (Smitty's father) to
the dump as children.
"Man, he'd go through there
and pull out bicycle parts,"
Tom said. "He was there every
day."
Smitty said his dad would
take those parts and build
bikes, which he would then
give to children for Christmas.
Smitty still has one of those
bikes-an all-aluminum
model.
"I'll never part with that,"
Smitty said. "That's staying in
the family."
The same could be same
about every item in the
Smiths' collection, which
"extends to their homes as well.
Smitty has three sheds at home
full of stuff-old motorcycles,
old race cars and old oil cans
he said would probably fetch
$200-$300 each if he chose to
sell them.
"You can't find them," he
said. "There aren't any. of them
around anymore. People like
me bought them all up and


Harold "Smitty" Smith works on an old windmill he had shipped from Illinois. He's
been working on it for six months (the blades and various pieces were run over at
:a trucking terminal). He said it will stand 65 feet tall when it is erected.




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won't sell them."
Not everything hanging on
-the walls at Smith Brothers
-Body Shop is an antique.
There is the sign in the office
Sof the famous cartoon cat and
mouse with whom the brothers
^ share their names.

Tom and lerry-an
inseparable pair
Denise Smith, Jerry's wife
who works at the business,
said people can't help but
respond with a laugh when
they ask who the owners are
and are told Tom and Jerry.
The family is well aware of
the joke as is evidenced by a
"Tom and Jerry" sign on one
of the walls in the office that
features the famous cat and
mouse. The sign was a gift to
the brothers from their father
in recognition of 25 years in
business.
Jerry joked about what it
would be like if there was a
third brother in the business.
"We probably would've
been Moe, Larry and Curley
then," he said.
Just as Tom and Jerry the
cartoon characters are an
inseparable pair, so are the
Smith brothers. They plan to
remain in business together as
long as their health allows.
"I don't think Tom can do it
without me and I can't do it
without him," Jerry said.


"I don't want to (do it
without Jerry)," Tom said.
Besides good health, several
things have helped carry the
family business this far,
Tom and Jerry said they
have been blessed by having
good employees in the past
and two good employees now
in Shawn Davis and Edward
Roberts.
"They're not just help,"
Jerry said. "They're family.
They don't work for us. They
work with us."
Nothing, though, may have
contributed more to the
Smiths' success than the good
work they do.
"We don't advertise or
anything," Smitty said. "It's all
word of mouth. It's been that
way all along."
As Jerry puts it, they will do
everything an insurance
company will allow them to do
when it comes to repairing a
vehicle. In fact, he may spend
late nights working on
someone's car to meet a
deadline.
"We try to fix the car as if
we owned it," Jerry said.
As good a work as the
Smiths try to do, the family
realizes :the business would be
nothing without the support of
its customers. Every family
member is appreciative of that.
"We've been real fortunate,"
Tom said. "People have been
good to us here."


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Fall 2006


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Child Care
Class Instructo Hr Date Day Hours PM Fee Lab/BK Bldg/Rm
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Child Growth/Developmenr Harmon 6-2 8/8,10,(15) T,R 6:20-9:30 $9.60 TBA 9/14
BOS Harmon 6-2 8/17.22(24) T.R 6:20-9:30 $9.60 TBA 9/14
Health, Safety, Nutrition Hariton 8-3 8/29,31,9/5 T,R 6:20-9:30 $12.80 TBA 9/14
Child Abuse, Neglect Harmon 4-2 9/7,12(14) T,R 6:20-9:30 $6.40 TBA 9/14
Child Care Facility Rules/Regs Harmon 6-2 10/26,31(11/2) T.R 5:50-9:30 $9.60 TBA 9/14
Child Care Family Rules/Regs Harmon 6-2 11/7.9(14) T.R. 5:50-9:30 $9.60 TBA 9/14
Special Needs Detaleno 10-3 9'19 21 26 T.R 5 30-945 51600 TBA 9/14
Preschool Child DeLaleno 10-3 928 10.'3.5 T.R 5 50-900 $1600 TBA 9/14
CDA Equinalen, Norman 9/ll-/21/07 and NI and.. 5.5i-9 00 ,600 hrs@$l 75/hr +$25/sem. 9/14
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Administrative Office Assistant Harrington 8/7 12/15 M-F School Day $1.75 $25/varies 4/3
Accounting Operations Harrington 8/7 12/15 M-F School Day $1.75 $25/varip 4/3
Microsoft Office Harrington 8/7-12/15 M-F School Day $1.75 $25/varies 4/3
Administrative Office Assistant Harrington 8/7 12/15 T.R 5:50 9:00 $1.75 $25/varies 4/3

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Class Instructor Date Day Hours PM Fee Lab/BK IBldg/Rm
General Ed for 11 & 12 Grade Don/Craw 8/15-12/15 T-R 3:00-6:10 3Free .A 3/1

Health Care
Class Instructor Date Day Hours PM Fee :LaBK B3dg/Rum
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CNA (75) (S1) TBA 8/16-10/11 M,W 4:50-9:00 $1,200.006otal 3/2
HHA (50) (Sl) Jackson 4:50-9:00 $600.00 per smester 3/2
$1.75 per sem. Hour
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AHA(Phl&EKG)(75 &75) TBA
AAHA(100)PCT(60) TBA

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Class Time August Sept Oct. Now. Dee. BgfRm
Evening TABE Locator 5:30 PM 22,29 5,12,19,26 10,17,24 7,14,2A 12 7/
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GED Registration All Day 7/31-8/9 18-27 16-25 14-29 IA Frot
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Adult and High School Nighlt PrdMm
Class Instructor Date "Day H Be "Lb/BK 'U1g/RTm
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Adult Basic Ed., Adults Nichols 8/16 M.T,R 6:50-900 'Free 'NA 3/5
Ad. Basic Ed & GED Day Class Rudoi 8/7 M-F SchDay Flee NA 3/11
GED Prep. Adults Nichols 8/16 M.TR 6:50-9:00 'Free NA 3/5
GED Prep. Underage Nichols 8/16 M,T,W,R 4:50-7:00 'Fee NA 3/5
Bradford County Jail Harrington 8/16 M,W.F 4:00-700 'F=e NA BCJ
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Class Instructor Date Day H ;m a ee Lb/BK ,Bldg/Rm
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Commercial Vehicle Driving Pate 8/7-12/15 M-F Sch. Day $1,675.00 NA Range
Bus Driver Tiaining Smith TBA TBA Sch. Day 1.75 per hr $25.00 Range
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Computer Technology Ledger 8/7-12/15 M-F Sch. Day 1.75 perhr $25/129 9/24
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Class Instructor Date Day Hours PM Fee Lab/BK Bldg/Rm
Beginning Quilting (16hr) Redding 8/28-10/30 M 4:20-6:30 $28.00 NA FSC
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Contracted Classes
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Hunter Safety 11,13,18,20 9-20
BDI (SMART) 6:00-10:00 PM 14 11 16 13 4 9-20
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This gas pump dates
back to
approximately 1928.
The Smiths have
several such pumps
at their body shop,
including two that
date back to the
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said Southeast 21st Avenue (Forsyth
Road), 75.00 feet; thence North
8831'24" East 300.00 feet to the
Westerly right-of-way line of said
Southeast 21st Avenue (Forsyth


NOTICE OF PUBLIC Road); thence South 01 28'36"East,
HEARINGS CONCERNING along the Westerly right-of-way line
AMENDMENTS TO THE "of-said Southeast 21st Avenue
BRADFORD COUNTY LAND (Forsyth Road), 75.00 feet to the
DEVELOPMENT Point of Beginning,.
REGULATIONS Containing 0.52 acre, more or less.
BY THE PLANNING AND ZONING The public hearings may. be
BOARD OF BRADFORD COUNTY, continued to one or moree dates.
FLORIDA, SERVING ALSO AS THE Any interested party shall be advised
BLOCAL PLANNING AGENCY OF tt he date, time and place of any
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA, continuation of the public hearings
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that, shall be announced during the public
pursuant to Sections 163.3161" hearings and that no further notices
through 163.3215, Florida Statutes, as concerning the matters will be
amended, and the Bradford County published, unless said continuations
Land Development Regulations, as exceeds six calendar weeks from the
amended, hereinafter referred to as date of the above referenced public
the Land Development Regulations, hearings.
objections, recommendations and At the aforementioned public
corhments concerning amendments, hearings, all interested parties may
as described below, will be heard by appear to be heard with respect to the
the Planning and Zoning Board of amendments.
Bradford County, Florida, serving Copies of the amendments are
also as the Local Planning Agency of available for public inspection at the
Bradford County, Florida, at public. Office of the Director of Zoning,
hearings on August 7, 2006, at 6:00 County Courthouse located at 945
p.m., or as soon thereafter as the North Temple Avenue, North Wing,
matters can be heard, in the County Starke, Florida, during regular
Commission Meeting Room, County business hours.
Courthouse located at 945 North All persons are advised that if they
Temple Avenue, Starke, Florida. decide to appeal any decisions made
(1) Z 06-6, an application by Patricia at the above referenced public
A. Shackleford and Paul A. Kendall, hearings, they will need a record of
as agents for Midway Learning the proceedings, and that, for such
Center, Inc., to amend the Official purpose, they may need to ensure
Zoning Atlas of the Land that a verbatim record of the
Development Regulations by proceedings is made, which record
changing the zoning district from includes the testimony and evidence
RESIDENTIAL ESTATE (RE) to upon which the appeal is to be based.
COMMERCIAL, GENERAL (CG) on 7/27 ltchg.
property described, as follows:
Lot 11 of an unrecorded map ot NOTICE OF PUBLIC
Seminole Ridge Unit No. 6. Being HEARINGS CONCERNING
more particularly described, as AMENDMENTS TO THE
follows: ,.. ., BRADFORD COUNTY
A parcel of land lying within Section COMPREHENSIVE PLAN
7, 'township 9 South, Ran e 23 East, BY THE PLANNING AND ZONING
Clay County, Florida and Section 12, BOARD OF BRADFORD COUNTY,
Township 9 South, Range 22: East, FLORIDA, SERVING ALSO AS THE
Bradford County, Florida. Said parcel LOCAL PLANNING AGENCY OF
being Lot 11,of an unrecorded map of BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIPA,
Seminole Ridge Unit no. 6, as NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that,
surveyed by Joseph G. Knapp, pursuant to Sections 163.3161
Surveyor, dated January 29, 1974. through 163.3215, Florida Statutes, as
Being more particularly described, as amended, and the Bradford County
follows: Commence at the Southwest Land Development' Regulations, as
comer of said Section 7; thence North amended, hereinafter referred to as
06=22'43" East, along the West line of the Land Development Regulations,
said Section 7, a distance of 2,485.45 objections, recommendations and
feet to the Northerly nght-of-way line comments concerning amendments,
of Grove Road; thence North as described below, will be heard by
89055'00" East, along the Northerly the Planning and Zoning Board of.
right-of-way line of said Grove Road Bradford County, Florida, serving
498.77 feet to the Westerly right-of- also as the Local Planning Agency of
way line of State Road 21; thence Bradford County, Florida, at public
North 1102'57" West, along the hearings on August 7, 2006 at 6:00
Westerly right-of-way line ofsaid p.m., or as.soon thereafter as the
Stale Road 21, a distance of 1,224.34 matters can be heard, in the County
feet t tthe Point of Beginning'thence Commission Meeting Room, County
North 11 o02,57 West along the Courthouse located at 945 North
Westerly right-of-way line of said Temple Avenue, Starke, Florida.
State Road 21. a distance of 124.34 (1)R 060629 A, an application by
fee; thence Nrth 890931West Alvin and Tonda Elixson, to amend
185.00: thence South 0050 29 West the Future Land Use Plan Map of the
.115.00 feet; thence South 87020'40" Comprehensive Plan by changing the
'East 210.73 feet to the Point of future land use classification from
Beginning. AGRICULTURE-1 (less than or
Said lands containing .51 acre; more equal to 1 dwelling unit per 15 acres)
or less to AGRICULTURE-2 (less man or
LESS AND EXCEPT equal to 1 dwelling unit per 5 acres)
That portion of the above described on property described, as follows:
property lying in Section 7. Township A parcel of land lying within Section
9 South, Range 23 East, Clay County, 12, Township 7/South, Range 19
Flonda East, Bradford County. Florida. Being
rSaid.la qrgtaig.34acr;. or more paJtcularJ,-.described, as'
or less. .. I- .--.- .-, follows; Commence-at the Southeast
'.All-ZIndescoRtining-.17 acre, more or -corner of- the Southwest 1/4- ot the'-
less. Northwest 1/4 of said Section 12;
AND thence North 02015'00" West, along
A parcel of land lying within Section the East line of said Southwest 1/4 of
12, township 9 South, Range 22 East, the Northwest 1/4 of said Section 12,
Bradford County, Florida and Section a distance of 103.80 feet to the
7, Township 9 South, Range 23 East, intersection with the North right-of-
Clay County, Florida. Being more way line of County Road 237: thence
particularly described as follows: South 86005'43 West. along the
Commence at the Southeast comer North right-of-way line of said County
of said Section 12; thence North Road 237, a distance of 325.51 feet to
06=22'43" East, along the East line of the Point of Beginning; thence
said Section 12, a distance of 882.65 continue South 86005'43" West,
feet to the Northerly right-of-way line continuing along the North right-of-
of Lakeview Drive; thence North way line of said County Road 237, a
89055'00" East, along the Northerly distance of 1.029.18 feet to the
right-of-way line of said Lakeview intersection with the West line of the
Drive 987.86 feet to the Westerly Southwest 1/4 of the Northwest 1/4 of
right-of-way line of State Road 21; said Section 12; thence North
thence North 11002'57" West, along 02018'51" West, along the West line
the Westerly right-of-way line of of the Southwest 1/4 of the Northwest
State Road 21, a distance of 2,970.92 1/4 of said Section 12, a distance of
feet to the Point of Beginning; thence 1,276.77 feet to the Northwest comer
continue North 11 02'57' West, along of the Southwest 1/4 of the Northwest
the Westerly right-of-way line of 1/4 of said Section 12. thence North
State Road 21, a distance of 196.90 87002'08" East, along the North line of
feet; thence South 78047'17" West the Southwest 1/4 of the Northwest
242.24 feet; thence South 00050'29" 1/4 of said Section 12, a distance of
West 142.09 feet; thence South 1,029.89 feet; thence South 0216'00-
89009'31" East 277.47 feet to the Point East 1,259.89 feet to said Point of
of Beginning. Beginning.
Said lands containing .94 acre, more Containing 29.97 acres, more or less.
or less. (2) R 060630 A, an application by
LESS AND EXCEPT BWD Land Trust. to amend the
That portion of the above described Future Land Use Plan Map of
property lying in Section 7, Township the Comprehensive Plan by changing
9 South, Range 23 East. Clay County, the future land use classification from
Florida. AGRICULTURE-1 (less than or
Said lands containing .26 acre, more equal to 1 dwelling unit per 15 acres)
or less. to AGRICULTURE-2 (less than or
All said lands containing .68 acre, equal to 1 dwelling unit per 5 acres)
more or less. on property described, as follows:
Total all said lands containing .85 A parcel of land lying within Sections
acre, more or less. 8 and 9, Township 7 South, Range 20
(2) Z 06-7 an application by Hinton L. East, Bradford County, Florida. Being
Jackson and Clifford M. Jackson, to more particularly described, as
amend the Official Zoning Atlas of the follows: Commence at the Southeast
Land Development Regulations by comer of said Section 8, thence North
changing the zoning district from 033317 West, along the East line of
AGRICULTURAL-2 (A-2) to said Section 8, a distance of
COMMERCIAL, NEIGHBORHOOD 1,574.40 feet to the intersection with
CN) on property described, as the Northerly right-of-way line of the
ollows: CSX Railroad and the Point of
A parcel of land lying within Section Beginning, thence South 87053'37'
9, township 7 South, Range 22 East, West, along the Northerly right-of-
Bradford County, Florida. Being more ..
particularly described, as follows: .
Commence at the Southeast comer $ "..'LA.
of the Northeast 1/4 of Southeast 1/4 .A
of said Section 9; thence South iK A'....
8731'13" West, along the Southerly
boundary of the Northeast 1/4 of the
Southeast 1/4 of said Section 9, a (?'
distance of 8.86 feet to the Westerly o
right-of-way of Southeast 21st 01 /j
Avenue (Forsyth Road), being on a
curve concave to the East and having '
a radius of 1,992.13 feet; thence
Northwesterly along the Westerly
right-of-way line of said Southeast
21st Avenue (Forsyth Road), along
the arc of said curve, 368.43 feet as 4.
measured along a chord having a .
bearing of North 06047'02" West, to
the end of said curve; thence North


01 28'36" West, along the Westerly
right-of-way line of said Southeast
21st Avenue (Forsyth Road), 210.00'
feet to the Point of Beginning; thence
South 88031'24" West 300.00 feet;
thence North 0128'36" West, parallel
with the Westerly riaht-of-wav line of .IT


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way line of said CSX Railroad
1,574.00 feet to the point of curvature
of a curve to the left; thence
Southwesterly, continuing along the
Northerly right-of-way line of said
CSX Railroad, a distance of
685.13 feet as measured along the
arc of a curve concave Southeasterly
and having a radius of 1,532.39 feet,
said arc being subtended by a chord
having a bearing of South 75005'07"
West and a distance of 679.43 feet, to
the point of tangency; thence South
6216'37" West, continuing along the
Southerly right-of-way line of said
CSX Railroad, a distance of
92.35 feet; thence South 88045'38"
West 224.52 feet; thence South
62016'37" West 40.40 feet; thence
North 26058'24" West 20.00 feet;
thence North 09059'23" West
350.31 feet; thence South 72006'33"
West 133.20 feet to the intersection
with the East right-of-way line of
Bloxham Street; thence North
0311 '04" West, along the East right-
of-way line of said Bloxham Street
1,072.79 feet to the intersection with
the Easterly right-of-way line of State
Road 231; thence North 3418'54"
East, along the Easterly right-of-way
line of said State Road 231, a
distance of 210.78 feet to the point of
curvature of a curve to the left; thence
Northeasterly, continuing along the
Easterl right-of-way line of said
State Road 231, a distance of
1,192.89 feet as measured along the
arc of a curve concave Northwesterly
and having a radius of 3,879.72 feet,
said arc being subtended by a chord
having a bearing of North 25030'24"
East and a distance of 1,188e20 feet,
to the point of tangency; thence North
16041'54" East, continuing along the
Easterly right-of-way line of said
State Road 231, a distance of
1,494.73 feet to the intersection with
the North line of said Section 8;
thence North 88025 33" East, along
the North line of said Section 8, a
distance of 1,530.97 feet' to the
Northeast corner of said Seotibn 8;
thence North 88046'57 East, along
the North line of Section 9, a distance
of 63.99 feet; thence South 04049'36"
East 110.37 feet; thence South
02050'44" East 1,225.30 feet; thence
South 02032'39" East 1,339.59 feet;
thence South 03021'24" East
1,144.38 feet to the intersection with
the Northerly right-of-way line of said
CSX Railroad; thence South
87053'37" West, along the Northerly
right-of-way line of said CSX
Railroad 23.28 feet to the Point of
Be ~nning.
AND
A parcel of land lying within Sections
8 and 9, Township 7 South, Range 20
East, Bradford County, Florida. Being
more particularly described, as
follows: Lots 7, 8, 9 and 10, Block 3,
Ward City Subdivision, as recorded
in the Public Records of Bradford
County, Florida. -
All said lands containing 73.80 acres.
more or less.
(3) R 060721 A. an application by the
Board of County Commissioners, to
amend the Future Land Use Plan
Map of the Comprehensive Plan
reducing the Lawtey Designated
Urban Development Area to delete
the following sections:
The North 1/2 of Section 14.
Township 5 South, Range 22 East,
Bradford County, Florida
and. by changing the land use
cJassificatio.Jmprn RESIDENTIAL,
LOW DENSITY (less than or equal to
-2 dwelling.' units per acre) to
AGRICULTURE-2 (less than or
equal to 1 dwelling unit per 5 acres)
on the property described, as follows:
The North 1/2 of Section 14,
Township 5 South, Range 22 East,
Bradford County Florida.
Containing 320.00 acres, more or
less.
AND
R 060721 A, an application by the
Board of County Commissioners, to
amend the Future Land Use Plan
Map of the Comprehensive Plan
reducing the Hampton Designated
Uroan Development Area to delete
the following sections:
The South 1/2 of Section 29,
Township 7 South, Range 22 East,
Bradford County, Florida.
and by changing the land use
classification from RESIDENTIAL,
LOW DENSITY (less than or equal to
2 dwelling units per acre) to
AGRICULTURE-2 (less than or
equal to I dwelling unit per 5 acres)
on the property described, as follows:
The South 1/2 of Section 29,
Township 5 South. Range 22 East,
Bradford County, Florida.
Containing 320.00 acres, more or
less.
AND
R 060721 A, an application by the
Board of County Commissioners, to
amend the Future Land Use Plan
Map of the Comprehensive Plap by
expanding the Starke Designated
Urban Development Area to Include
the following sections:
The West 112 of Section 10, the West
1/2 of Section 25. Township 6 South,
Range 22 East Bradford County,
Florida; the North 1/2 of Section 4,
and the Northeast 1/4 of Section 5,
Township 7 South, Range 22 East,
Bradford County. Flonrida
and by changing the land use
classification from AGRICULTURE-
2 (less than or equal to 1 dwelling unit
per 5 acres) to RESIDENTIAL, LOW
DENSITY (less than or equal to
2 dwelling units per acre) on the
property described, as follows:
The West 1/2 of Section 10, the West


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1/2 of Section 25, Township 6 South,
Range 22 East Bradford County,
Florida; and the North 1/2 of
Section 4, and the Northeast 1/4 of
Section 5, Township 7 South,
Range 22 East, Bradford County,
Florida.
Containing 1,120.00 acres, more Or
less.
AND
R 060721 A, an application by the
Board of County Commissioners, to
amend the Fe Land Use Plan
Map of the Comprehensive Plan by
expanding the Keystone Heights
Designated Urban Development Area
to include the following sections:
The South 1/2 of Section 14; the
Northeast 1/4 of the Southeast 1/4 of
Section 15; the SoUth 1/2 of the
Southeast 1/4 of Section 15; the East
1/2 of Section 22, lying Northerly of
Little Santa Fe Lake; the Southeast
1/4 of the Northwest 1/4 of Section 22;
the Southwest 1/4 of Section 22, lying,
Northerly of Little Sante Fe Lake; the
North 1/2 of Section 23; the
Southwest 1/4 of Section 23, lying
Northeasterly of Little Santa Fe Lake;
the Southwest 1/4 of Section 25; the
Southeast 1/4 of Section 26; the West
1/2 of Section 26, lying Northerly of
Sante Fe Lake and Easterly of Little
Santa Fe Lake; the Northeast 1/4 of
Section 35, lying Northeasterly of
Santa Fe Lake; the Southeast 1/4 of
Section 36; and the West 1/2 of
Section 36, lying Northerly of and'
Easterly of Santa Fe Lake, in
Township 8 South, Range 22 East, of
Bradford County, Florida.
Section 1, lying Northerly and
Easterly of Sante Fe Lake; and the
East 1/2 of Section 12, lying Easterly
of Santa Fe Lake in Township 9
South, Range 22 East, Bradford
County, Florida.
Containing 3,633.00 acres, more or
less.
AND
R 060721 A, an application by the
Board of County Commissioners, to
amend the Future Land Use Plan
Map of the Comprehensive Plan by
changing the land use classification
from AGRICULTURE-2 (less than or
equal to 1 dwelling unit per 5 acres)
to RESIDENTIAL, LOW DENSITY
(less than or ecLual to. 2 dwelling units
per acre) on the property described,
as follows;
The South 1/2 of Section 14; the
Northeast 1/4 of the Southeast 1/4 of
Section 15; the South 1/2 of the
Southeast 1/4 of Section 15; the East
1/2 of Section 22, lying Northerly of a:
line 800.00 feet landward of the
shoreline of Little Sante Fe Lake; the
Southeast 1/4 of the Northwest 1/4 of
Section 22; the Southwest 1/4 of
Section 22, lying Northerly of a line
800.00 feet landward of the shoreline
of Little Santa Fe Lake; the North 1/2
of Section 23; the Southwest 1/4 of
Section 23, lying Northeasterly of a
line 800.00 feet landward of Little
Santa Fe Lake; the Southeast 1/4 of
Section 26; .the West 1/2 of
Section 26, 1yiog Northerly of a line
800.00 feet landward of Santa Fe
Lake and Easterly of Little Sante Fe
Lake; the Northeast 1/4 of Section 35,
lying Northeasterly of a line
800.00 feet landward of the Santa Fe
Lake; the West 1/2 of Section 36,
lying Northerly and Easterly of a line
800.00 feet landward of Santa Fe
Lake; the Southeast 1/4 of Section 36,
lying Easterly of a line 800.00 feet
l ndward, of Sapta,--.,, LakerJin;
.-Township 8.South, Rarge22 East...
Bradford County, Florida. "- -
The East 1/2 of'Section 1, lying
Northerly and Easterly of a line
800.00 feet landward of Santa Fe
Lake; the East 1/2 of Section 12, lying
Easterly of a line 800.00 feet
landward of Santa Fe Lake; and the
Southwest 1/4 of Section 25 in
Township 9 South, Range 22 East,
Bradford County, Florida.
Containing 2,918.00 acres, more or
less.
AND
R 060721 A, an application by the
Board of County Commissioners to
amend the Future Land Use Plan
Map of the Comprehensive Plan by
changing the land use classification
from RESIDENTIAL ESTATE (less
than or equal to 1 dwelling unit per
acre) to RESIDENTIAL, LOW
DENSITY (less than or equal to
2 dwelling units per acre) on property
described as follows:
Thai portion of Sections 22, 23, 26,
27, 34, 35, 36, Township 8 South,
Range 22 East, Bradford County.
Flonrida lying within an area bounded
on the South and West by the
shoreline of Santa Fe Lake and Little
Santa Fe Lake; and on the North and
East by a line 800.00 feet landward of
the shoreline of Santa Fe Lake and
Little Santa Fe Lake.
That portion of Sections 1 and 12,
Township 9 South, Range 22 East,
Bradford County, Florida, lying within
an area bounded on the West by the
shoreline of Santa Fe Lake; and on
the East by a line 800.00 feet
landward of the shoreline of Santa Fe


Containing 694.00 acres, more or
less.
(4) R 060721 B, an application by the
Board of County Commissioners, to
amend the Future Land Use Plan
Map of the Comprehensive Plan by
changing the future land use
declassification from
AGRICULTURAL-1 (less than or
equal to 1 dwelling unit per 15 acres)
to AGRICULTURAL-2 (less than or
equal to 1 dwelling unit per 5 acres)
on property described, as follows:
A parcel of land lying within
Section 35, Township 4 South,
Range 21 East, Bradford County,
Florida. Being more particularly
described, as follows: The Southeast
1/4 of the Southeast 1/4 of said
Section 35, lying Southeasterly of
New River.
Containing 12.00 acres, more or less.
A parcel of land lying within
Section 36, Township 4 South,
Range 21 East, Bradford County,
Florida. Being more particularly
described, as follows: The East 1/2 of
the Southeast 1/4 of the of said
Section 36; the Southwest 1/4, the
Southeast 1/4 of said Section 36; and
the South 1/2 of the Southwest 1/4 of
said Section 36 lying Southeasterly of
New River. .
Containing 195.00 acres, more or
less.
A parcel of land lying within
Section 31, Township 4 South,
Range 22 East, Bradford County,
Florida. Being more particularly
described, as follows: The Northwest
1/4'of the Southeast 1/4 of said
Section 31; and the Northeast 1/4 of
the Southwest 1/4 of said Section 31.
Containing 80.00 acres, more or less.
A parcel of land lying within
Section 1, Township 5 South,
Range 21 East, Bradford County,
Florida. Being more particularly
described, as follows: The East 1/2 of
the"Northeast 1/4 of said Sectioh 1;
the Northwest 1/4 of said Section 1;
the Northwest 1/4 of the Southeast. 1/4
of said Section 1; and the Southeast
1/4 of the Southwest 1/4 of said
Section 1.
Containing 320.00 acres, more or
less.
A parcel of land lying within
Section 2, Township 5 South,
Range 21 East, Bradford County,
Florida. Being more particularly
described, as follows: The Northeast
1/4 of the Northeast 1/4 of said
Section 2 lying East of New River..
Containing 31.00 acres, more or less.
A parcel of land lying within
Section 12, Township 5 South,
Range 21 East, Bradford County,
Florida; Being more particularly
described, as follows: The Northeast


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1/4 of the Northwest 1/4 of said
Section 12.
Containing 40.00 acres, more or lets.
All said lands containing
678.00 acres, more or less.
(5) S 060721 A, an application by the
Board of County Commissioners-, to
amend the Future Land Use Plan
Map of the Comprehensive Plan by
changing the future land use
classification from RESIDENTIAL,
LOW DENSITY (less than or equal to
2 dwelling units per acre) to
INDUSTRIAL on property described,
as follows:
A parcel of land lying within
Section 5, Township 7 South,
Range 22 East, Bradford County,
Florida. Being 'more particularly
described, as follows: Commence at
the Northeast comer of the Northwest
1/4 of the Southeast 1/4 of said
Section 5; thence West 142.70 feet to
Westerly boundary of SAL Railroad
and the Point of Beginning; thence
continue West 448.77 feet to the
Easterly right-of-way line of State
.Road 100A; thence South 08002'00"
West 750.00 feet; thence South
73000'00" East 318.06 feet to the
Westerly boundary of said SAL
Railroad; thence North 16031'00"
East 874.04 feet to the Point of
Beginning..
Containing 7.00 acres, more or less.
The public hearings may ..e
continued to one or more future dates.
Any interested party shall be adviedf
that the date, time and place of any
continuation of the public hearings
shall be announced during:the public
hearings and that no further notice
concerning the matters. will.ibe
published, unless said continuatiipn
exceeds six calendar weeks from the
date of the above referenced public
hearings.
At the aforementioned public
hearings, all interested parties may
appear to be heardwith respect to the
amendments. "
Copies of the amendments ae.
available for public inspection at.te
Office of the Director of ZonriQg
located at 945 North Temple AverIn,
Courthouse North Wing, Staike,.
Florida, during regular business
hours. -,
All persons are advised that it they
decide to appeal any decision made
at the above referenced puB5c
hearings, they will need a recordief
the proceedings, and that, for such
purpose, they may need to ensure
that a verbatim record of the
proceedings is made, which record
includes the testimony and evidefide
upon which the appeal is to be based.
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LAKES
Continued from p. 3B

message about possible
closures, or the Lake City
Region. -"sh and Wildlife
Commission office at (386)
758-0525.
"Camp Blanding military
staff and FWC personnel have
worked together to get the
access to the lakes reopened to
:the public. Anglers need to be
aware of some additional
restrictions when using
Magnolia and Lowry lakes,"
Krummrich said.
"Anglers need to abide by the
1:30 p.m. closure of the
lakes," Krummrich said.
"Access to these lakes should
"be considered a privilege.



LETTER
-Continued from p. 4B

We are fortunate to live by a
system that allows us the
'ability to vent our frustrations
through the power of free
speech. In the same token, we
all expect that if we as law
enforcement or corrections
-,must act quickly, we have to
have the facts. It is gratifying
-to know in this day of
technology that all of our radio
iAd emergency calls as well as
administrative calls are
:recorded. As sheriff, I routinely
review these calls to assure that
T continue to provide the best
'irvice possible to our people
-here in Union County.
As the sheriff, I also look at
- crime trends in specific areas of
. tdhe county and make sure that
.swift action is taken. I am
proud of the job our officers do
anid when a crime trend rears its
S'head, our team immediately
goes after it and tirelessly
works to solve and bring forth
Those who commit the crime.
The writer suggested that the
area where she lives has
suffered "multiple break-ins and
incidents of vandalism in my
neighborhood, all within the
last few weeks."
Although records
management and our call center
i do not reflect this, I answer to
Sthe people. Although the writer


Always do right. This will
astonish
-Marl


Responsible use will hopefully
result in long-term availability
of these lakes."
Use of the lakes is restricted
to fishing, according to
Department of Military Affairs
and FWC officials. Anglers
must carry out trash from the
lake area because garbagi~cans
are not available.
"The Florida National Guard
and Florida Department of
Military Affairs are pleased to
reopen the lakes as an added
service to our responsible
Florida citizens," said Maj,
Gen. Douglas Burnett,
Adjutant General of Florida.
"Many of them have fished
these lakes for years and we
disliked not being able to
.provide this privilege after
Sept. 11. Now, we can restore
some of these opportunities."


may not feel that her specific
situation was solved to her
satisfaction, she did not-
research her facts. The concern
of her safety still remains
paramount to me and increased
patrols in this area have been
implemented.
.Additionally,. the writer..
named a subject whom she felt
might be the person whom she
encountered.
The writer questioned
whether or not the subject was
interviewed. I assigned
deputies to make contact with
the person of whom she felt
might be the subject, but
learned that this was not the
subject. The fact that the
person may have been invited
to the residence on previous
occasions rests with the writer.
That portion is not a law.
enforcement issue. The person
in question was warned about
being at the residence in an
effort to assist the writer.
Rest assured, I want to
maintain the highest degree of
confidence and responsibility
to the citizens here in Union
County and I am always
available around the clock to
address your concerns.
Please feel free to stop by
and discuss any issues you feel
important. Myself, and the
men and women of our
sheriffs office, are here to
work for you.
Jerry Whitehead, Sheriff
Union County

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Surprise some people and
h the rest.
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This Taurus station wagon is Jerry Smith's latest project. The finished product
will resemble a "surf wagon," Smith said.


CARS
Continued from p. 1B

well in several car shows.
Smith obtained the car from
a junkyard in South Carolina.
Like the Taurus station wagon
he's currently working on, the'
Bel Air consists of junkyard
parts from other vehicles. The
grilles are made from" a Dodge
Neon, the front bumper
incorporates a 1969 Mustang
unit in the center with the outer
ends coming from a 1972
Corvette and the dash is a hood


from a 1998 Dodge Ram
pickup truck.
* "Being in the business we're
in, I'm very fortunate to be
able to go out in the junkyard
and dig out what I want,"
Smith said.
The feature of the car that
seems to draw the most
comments from people is the
glass. The original side glass
pieces were replaced with a
two-piece window unit
consisting of arched, tempered
gfass "Smith had 'to split the
front, inner windshield post
and widen it by I inch-all
without changing the original
windshield opening.


The glass work turned out to
be quite a feat, iSmiti said, but
it seems to be iust the kind of
challenge he enjoys when he's
building a car.
"I like to make things look
like they would be impossible
to do, but somehow pull it
off," he said.
Smith has said the Taurus
will be: the last car he does,
citing escalating costs as the
main reason. However, he
admitted he would still like to
tackle any car made in 1953,
the year he Was born.
Why. Smith even builds
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working on cars as part of his
job. His wife, Denise, said she
doesn't understand how he can
return to his business at night
and keep working on cars, but
she added that it's therapy for
him.
Smith seems to agree with
that assessment, saying he has
no other hobbies such as
bowling or golfing.
"This is all I do to keep me
sane, I guess," he said.


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Jerry Smith is a candidate
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Center at
SFCC is
accredited
CARF announced the Work
Exploration Center at Santa Fe
Community College has been
accredited for a period of three
years for its employment
services, comprehensive
vocational evaluation and
community employment.
This accreditation outcome
represents the highest level of
accreditation that an be awarded
to an organization and shows
the organization's substantial


conformance to the standards
established by CARF.
An organization receiving a
three-year accreditation
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a rigorous peer review process
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of surveyors during an os-site
visit that is programs and
services are of the highest
quality, measurable and
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It has been providing
employment services:


comprehensive vocational-
evaluation and community
employment throughout
Alachua and Bradford counties
since 1968.
For additional information,
contact Patsy Frenchman,
associate vice president, at
(352) 395-5507.


SFCC will
offer
recruitment

fair July 27
Santa Fe Community
College is looking for


professionals, current and
retired teachers, graduate
students and others to join the
college as adjunct faculty in
many program areas.
Learn more at the Adjunct
Faculty Recruitment Fair,
6:30-8:30 p.m. Thursday, July
27, at the northwest campus,
3000 NE 83rd St., Building S,
rooms 326-327.
Representatives from many
program areas will be present
to discuss- teaching
opportunities and conduct on-
site interviews.
You should attend this fair if
you:
Have a master's degree with
18 graduate hours in your
teaching field;


sum-
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I.


Have an associate's or
bachelor's degree in a technical
area;
Have a bachelor's degree in
math, English or elementary
education and are interested in
teaching developmental math,
reading or writing;
Have a certificate and/or
work experience to teach in a
technical program;
Would be interested in
teaching non credit continuing -
education courses or acting as a
substitute teacher for the high
school program.
Those attending the fair
should bring copies of resumes
and transcripts and a completed
faculty application (available
online at www.sfcc.edu).


For more information, call
Kris Williams at (352) 395-
5195.

NCF planning

council to
meet July 27
The North Central Florida
Regional Planning Council
will meet Thursday, July 27, at
The Gathering .-Cafe in
Branford.
Dinner will begin at 7 p.m.
and the meeting will start at
7:30.
The public is invited.
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Section C: Thursday, July 27, 2006 Telegraph Times Monitor


Rogers already working as new Woman


's


Club president


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
The Woman's Club of
Starke does not hold meetings
during June, July and August,--
but that has not stopped new
president Joan Rogers fro6fi
trying to make the most of
those few months.
Rogers, as the president,
said she is expected to.have
things "rocking and rolling" by


September, so she is getting a
bit of a head start on the year.
She has been hosting informal
work sessions that involve this
year's incoming officers as


well as the past year's officers. --brains of other members and "One of the things we've
No board action can be finr, out what kinds of things been discussing in our work
taken at these sessions, but vould like the club to do sessions is a tea," Rogers said.
-Rogers said they provide her iis year. So far, the results, "We want to have a tea and
the opportunity to pick the she said, have been wonderful, invite a lot of prospective


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Children interested in
playing football in the
Bradford County Pop Warner
Association, are encouraged to
show up Saturday, July 29, 'at
the Bradford County
Fairgrounds from 10 a.m.-12
p.m.
Also, the associationr-is in
need of coaches" foi both
football and cheerleading.
If you are interested in being
a coach or would like to learn
more about Pop Warner,
please call (904) 368-0273 for
more information.


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exemption
available for
ag producers
Florida Agriculture and
Consumer Services
Commissioner Charles H.
Bronson recently announced
that a new state law that takes
effect this month exempts
electricity used for agricultural
production from the ,state's
sales tax.
"We are grateful that the
Legislature enacted this
meaningful relief measure,
which will assist our
agricultural producers in
helping them hold down their
production costs," Bronson
said.
Under terms of the -aw, _
which took effect ,July 1, the
exemption requires that those
requesting it separately meter
electricity used in production
activities from the electricity
used for other purposes. If the.
electricity is centrally metered
and is used for both tax-exempt
and taxable purposes, the
purchase of the electricity is
subject to tax.
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including the preparation,
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All-black school alumni unite i


n Bradford County


BY LINDSEY KIRKLAND
Telegraph Staff Writer
When the alumni of
'Robinson Jenkins Ellerson
High School reunite in Starke,
their purple and gold tiger
shirts bare the phrase, "Lest
We Forget."
It was the hard work of
former teachers and students of
the area's historically all-black
schools that brought together a
vision that would not allow
people to forget.
On Saturday, approximately
450 alumni of nine all-black
schools got together at the
-Bradford County Fairgrounds
to share their memories in the,
first Historic Black High
School Alliance Round-Up.


These were Alachua County
Training School (Alachua),
Consolidated High School
(Lake Butler), Douglass High
School (High Springs), Dubar
High School (Green Cove
Springs), Feseden Academy
(Orange Lake), Lincoln High
School (Gainesville), A.L.
Mebane High School
(Alacha).i. Richardson High
School(1Loi.e City) and RJE
High School (Starke).
RJE Alumni Association
President .Valara Jenkins
Petteway said the event had a
better turnout than people
expected ....
"Ir'mi surprised people were
surprised," she said. "I knew
people would come."
The program started with the


singing of "Lift Every Voice
and Sing."
The lines by James Weldon
Johnson and R. Rosamond
Johnson described the mood of
the event: "Out from the
gloomy past, till now we stand
at last where the white gleam
of our bright star is cast."
Several speakers said that
black people have come a long
way, and a legacy has been left
behind that still needs to be
remembered.
At the beginning of the
program, City of Starke
Commissioner Carolyn
Spooner welcomed, the crowd
to Starke.
"Today, it says what we can
do if we are together," she
said.
Sulmarie Duncan, frorfi the
Lincoln High School Alumni
Association, told the history
behind the occasion.
She said the idea of the
round-up came in 1998 frorfi
John Dukes Jr, who was a
former principal/instructor of
Lincoln High and served as
assistant superintendent of the
Alachua County School Board.
Almost eight years later,
Duncan said the idea was not
lost, but someone needed to
make it a reality.
"The time came in Februiry


RJE High School graduate JoAnn Jackson (right) discusses school
memorabilia with Alice Mills (left). Jackson was in the class of 1969.


2006 when Valara Jenkins
Petteway of RJE ran with the
vision," Duncan said.
"This (proclamation) will be
placed in the archive so.


anyone who reads it can run
with it," she said.
Alumni of each school were
recognized by a roll call. When
a schools named was called, all
alumni could come to the front


of the room any way they
wanted.
Some did their .school
cheers. Others sang their alma
See UNITE, p. 6C


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July 27, 2006 TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR--C-SECTION Page 3C


Bradford County students return to school Aug.


7


BY LINDSEY KIRKLAND
Telegraph Staff Writer
The summer has come to an
end, and school will soon start
for Bradford County.
Pre-planning for teachers is
set for Aug. 1-4, and students
return the next week on
Monday, Aug. 7.
According to the school's
transportation department, all
bus pick-up times, drop-off
times and routes will stay the
same as last year.
If parents have any
questions regarding routes,
drives or their child's bus, call
the transportation department
at (904) 966-6735.
Teachers, parents and-
students will be met with
changes within the school
system.
Breakfast and lunch prices
have increased this year for the
county.
Pre-K through 12th grade
will pay $1 for breakfast,
increasing from 1$0.75 last
year. An adult breakfast will
increase to $1.25 from $1.
Students in pre-K to fifth
grade will pay $1.55 for lunch
(was $1.45). Sixth through 12'h
rades will pay $1.85 (was
1.75). Adult lunches will be.
$3.50 (was $3).
By school, changes in,
administration, upcoming
events and other important.
information is below.

Brooker
Elementary School
Lynn Melvin will return as
principal.
School times will be the.
same, from 7:25 a.m.-l:30"
p.m.
For kindergarteners, letters
have been sent to parents on
the beginning of the year
procedures.
Classroom supply lists are
available at the school.
A date for open house has.-
not been set yet, but keep
checking the Telegraph for'
updates.once school starts.

Hampton
Elementary School
Rick Stephens will be
returning as the principal.
Kindergarten orientation
will be Thursday, Aug. 3, at 7
u p .i n .
Parents and guardians are
"invited' td'" come to this
important meeting. If you are
planning for your child to
attend kindergarten this year at
Hampton, the meeting will be
a great way to receive much
needed information about the
upcoming school year.
Teachers will also be
available to answer questions
or concerns..
For more information,
contact the school at (904)
S966-6884 or (352) 468-3288.


Lawtey
Community
School
Lawtey will welcome a new
administrator this year. David
Tew,. formerly the BHS
assistant principal, will be
principal "With Jason Jennings
continitn his role as assistant
principal.
For kindergarteners, the
school will have staggered
start dates based on a student's
last name.,
Last names beginning with
A-D will start on Monday,
Aug.7.
Last names beginning with
E-P will start on Tuesday,
Aug. 8.
Last names beginning with
Q-T will start on Wednesday,
Aug. 9.
Last names beginning with
U-Z will start on Thursday,
Aug. 10.
All kindergarteners will go
to school on Friday, Aug. 11.

Starke Elementary
School
Starke Elementary -will
welcome new uAdii.;,,. ors
this year.
Christy Reddish, who was
the school's assistant prince pal,
will now be serving as
principal; This position was
held by Randy t ,,,cll.
Mickey Agner will serve as
assistant principal.
Staggered start for
kindergarteners is based on last


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names.
Last names beginning with
A-G will start on Monday,
Aug. 7.
Last names beginning with
H-O will start on Tuesday,
Aug. 8.
Last names beginning with
P-Z will start on Wednesday,
Aug. 9;
Students who registered
after July 24 will start on
Thursday, Aug. 10.
All kindergarteners will go
to school on Friday, Aug. 11.
A list of which teacher all
students have been placed with
will be available after 3 p.m.
on Aug. 4. on tables outside
the front office.
Reddish would like to
remind students the first bell
rings at 7:40 a.m. Anyone not
in class by the 7:45 a.m. bell
will be counted tardy.
Open house, has been
scheduled for Tuesday,
Aug. 15.
For more information, call
the school at (904) 966-6045.

Southside
Elementary School
Bill McRae will continue as
principal this year, with Donna
Hartley serving as the assistant
principal.
Hartley will .take the
position, formerly held by
Steve Hoard.
The school will be posting
teacher lists on the outside
wall of the front office on the
morning of Monday, July 31.


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returning students who
registered before July 24.
Individu l teacher supply
lists are available at Wal-Mart
or in the school's front office.
They are also posted by grade
on the outside wall of the front
office.
Staggered start for
kindergarteners is based on last
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Last names beginning with
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Aug. 7.
Last names beginning with
H-O will start on Tuesday,
Aug. 8.
Last names beginning with
P-Z will start on Wednesday,
Aug. 9.
Students who registered
after July 24 will start on
Thursday, Aug. 10.
All kindergarteners will go
to school on Friday, Aug. 11.
For more information, call
the school at (904) 966-6061.

Bradford Middle
School.
Jeff Cable will be returning
for his second year as school
principal.
Assistant principals will be
Debbie Parmenter and Earnest
Williams.
Parmenter held this position
last year, and Williams is
moving from his position as
Bradford High School assistant
principal.
The school's open house in
Thursday, Aug. 3, at 6 p.m. in


the BMS gymnasium.
At 6:30 p.m., everyone will
go to an assigned location for
registration and schedule pick-
up. Sixth-graders will meet in
Building 7. Seventh-graders
will meet in the media center.
Eighth-graders will go to the
cafeteria.
Information on athletics,
health and parent organizations
will be available in the
cafeteria.
New students may register
in the front office. Forms can
be picked up and completed in
advance or at the open house.
Prescription medication
forms and other health
information will be available.
Parents may pay in advance
for yearbooks and order
physical education uniforms.
Uniforms may be .purchased
on your own, but must meet
the following requirements:
6th grade white T-
shirt, black shorts.
7th grade red T-shirt,
gray shorts.
8t" grade gray T-shirt,
red shorts.
Must be solid colors and
meet dress code
requirements.
Band Boosters, school
volunteers and the Parent
Teacher Organization will be
on hand to talk to parents
about becoming involved at
BMS.


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Bradford High
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Randy Whytsell, formerly
the principal of Starke
Elementary School, will be
principal for the 2006-2007
school year.
Steve Hoard will leave his
position as assistant principal
of Southside Elementary to be
an assistant principal at BHS.
Uylsses Woods, formerly
the ESE director, is also
starting as assistant principal.
Woods and Hoard will be
joined by assistant principal
Lisa Prevatt, who was the
principal of Lawtey
Community School.
Whytsell said there may be
changes in parking this year,
but the specific details had not
been worked out yet.
Check future issues of the
Telegraph for more
information.
All parents and students
should remember the changes
in dress code, as well.
Approved in the June 29
school board meeting, there
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Roberts and Crawford are wed


Amber Roberts and Brian
Crawford were married at
sunrise on June 17, 2006, in St.
Thomas, Virgin. Islands.
The ceremony was
performed by Art Peterson of
First Christian Church of Lake
Butler.
The maid of honor was
Lindsey Moredock.
Best man was Jud Tanner.
The, bride is the daughter of
Avery and Twyla Roberts. She
graduated from the University


of Florida with a business
degree in May 2006 and is a
Realtor with Re/Max
Professionals Inc.
The groom is the son of
Stanley and Mary Ann
Crawford. His company,
Concept Construction of North
Florida Inc., is located in Lake
City.
Following a honeymoon in
Europe, the couple will reside
in Gainesville.


Lily Festo
Chris and Heather Festo of
Archer announce the birth of
their daughter, Lily Marie
Festo, on June 10, 2006, in
Gainesville.
Maternal grandparents are
Elizabeth Dampier of
Hawthorne and Steve and Lisa
Dampier of Brooker.
Paternal grandparents are
Walt and Sheila Short of
Newberry and Joe and Beth
Festo of Gainesville.


Wilsons mark 65th anniversary


Muriel and retired Col. Bill
Wilson will celebrate their
65th wedding anniversary on
July 27, 2006. They were
married in Wachula, on July
27, 1941. They both attended
Landon High School in
Jacksonville, where Bill
graduated in 1939 and then
attended the University of
Florida.
enlisted in the Army Air
-Corps and became a pilot. He
flew P38s during World War
II in India and Burma.
After .the war Bill and
Muriel traveled around the
world for the next 30 years
with the United States Air
Force. %%ith tours in Japan aid
Spain.' While in Japan. Bill-
fle" troops into Korea during
the Korean War.
In 1967, Bill was sent to
Vietnam where he flew AC47
gunships. When he returned,
they moved to Patrick Air
Force Base in Satellite Beach.
Bill retired as the base
commander in August 1973 to
their home in Lawtey.
Bill and Muriel have seven
children, Del, Wendie, Jackie.


Gracie Durrance


Bill and Muriel Wilson

Doreen, Bill Jr., Ray and Tim.
They / have 14
. grandchildren. Courtney.
Chlris, Pait "5and Pefr
Dougherti. El,izbt-h young, ....
Bailey Crommelin, Lisa
White, Jacqueline Lines,
Michael Sullivan. John,
Penny, Dust) Bloom, Sarah
and Matthew Wilson, and
eight great grandchildren,
Ryan, McKenzie, and Deklan
Dougherty, Preston and
Wilson Young, Elizabeth and
Mathew White, and Havana
Villaverde.


BHS Class of WORTH NOTING


1966 p
reunion
The Brad ford
Class of 1966
40th class reuni
Sept. 16. ai Ham
and Breakfast.
Graduates in
have not -rece
should: contact ]
at (904) 966-60(
O'Briani at (904
Mary Redding
2140.


1 a Starke and Lake Butler Head
an- Start i- no% enrolling students.
The free federal) funded program
S -is now taking applications for the
2006-2007 school year.
High School The program is open to preschool.
will have its children who turn 3 years old on or
on on Saturday, before Sept. 1. Head Start offers
npton Lake Bed educational activities. health and
pton Laami services. To apply in Starke,
call Kyle Bonesteel at (904)964-, ;
this class who 8280 to set up an appointment.
lived a letter Parents ma\ also stop b) the Starke
Marion Sellers Center, located at 1080 N. Pine St.,
23, Bobbie Sue or contact ECS Resource and
0) 964-7717, or Referral at (904) 964-1543. To
at (904) 966-, apply in Lake Butler, call Alberta
Hampton at (386) 496-2160 or visit
495 Southeast-5th St. Bring the
child's Birth Certificateand proof of
income when applying.


Grade
Durrance
Wendell "Bubba" Durrance '
and Donna Knight of Brooker
announce the birth of their
daughter, Gracie Jade-
Durrance, on June 27, 2006, in
Gainesville.
Maternal grandparents are
John Knight and Dianne
Ellington of Graham.
Maternal great-grandmother
is, Geraldine Knight of
Brooker.
*..Paternal grand parents are
Wendell and Paitt Durrance ot
Waldo and Carla O'Neal of
Maxville.
Paternal great-grandparents
are Aline and Billy 1Mosle\ of
Lawtey and Howard Durrance
of Waldo.


New
cosmetology

class to begin
Aug. 7
A new cosmetology class
will begin Monday, Aug. 7, at
Bradford-Union Area Career
and Technical Center 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
financial aid.
Call (904) 966-6764 to
schedule a TABE test or check
on financial aid eligibility.


LeeAnn
Bushey
Jennifer Burns and Sean
Bushey of Lake City announce
the birth of their daughter,
LeeAnn Elizabeth Bushey, on
Feb. 24, 2006, in Lake city.
Maternal grandparents are
Ray Burns of Keystone
Heights and Brenda and James
Matthew of Callahan.
Paternal grandparents are
Debbie Armendariz of Havre
De Grace, Md.


Ashlyn
Waters
Rudy and Michelle Waters
of Lawtey- announce the birth
of their daughter, Ashlyn
Danielle Waters, on May 27,
2006, in Gainesville.
Ashlyn weighed 7 pounds,
10 ounces. She joins two
sisters, Samantha, 10, and
Hailey, 5.
Maternal grandparents are
Ronnie and. Wanda Sapp of
Lawtey.
Maternal great-grandmothers
are Hazel Sapp of Lawtey and
Willie Hayes of Starke.
Paternal grandparents are
Danny and Beth Waters of.
Lawtey.
' Paternal great-grandfather is
C.R. Scoggins of Starke.


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Giebeig and Powell to wed


Jefferson and Smith are engaged to marry in 2007


Tim and Pam qGeuhei 'o't
1,,ake Butler jnnounc: the
upcoming marriage ot their
daughter. Megan Nicole
Gicheil. t10 Daid Stephl:n
Ponwell. son of Car.I and
Stephen Preston of Brooker
and Jel and Rose Poell ol
Gainesville.
The bride-eleci graduated
from Union County High
School in 2004. She is
currently attending ihe Baptist
College ot' Florida.
The groom-elect graduated
from Bradford High School in


2004. He is also a student at
the Baptist College of Florida.
The wedding will he held at
the Giebeig home, 9217 S.W.
113th Ave. in Lake Butler on
Friday, Aug. 4, 2006, a'" 7
p.m.
A reception will follow the
ceremony at the Lake Butler
Community Center.
In case of inclement
weather, the ceremony will be
held at First Baptist Church of
Lake Butler.
Family and friends are
invited.


Sylvia Jefferson of Starke
announces the engagement of
her daughter, Maria Jefferson.
to Anthony Smith, son of
Donald and Gwendolyn Smith
Sr. of Hyatteville, Md.
The bride-elect is also the
daughter of the late William
S. Jefferson Sr. She is a
graduate of Bradford High
School and Santa Fe >
Community College. She is
currently attending Ashford


University.
The groom-elect is a
graduate of Bemapha Catholic
High School and Strayer
University in Hyatteville. He
is currently working towards a
master's degree in business
and is employed as a property
manager.
The wedding is planned for
2007.
Anthony Smith and
Maria Jefferson


Megan Nicole Giebeig and
David Stephen Powell


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Shelby D. Holt of Forest,
Va., announces the engagement
of her daughter, Ellen
Elizabeth Holt,- to -Charles.
SJason -Pardee, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Marshall Pardee of
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.. of Central Virginia Community
College and is employed by
.Fleet Laboratories in
Lynchburg, Va. She is also the
daughter of the late Larry K.
Holt. She is the granddaughter
9- f John T. Drewry of Madison
-Heights, Va.. the late Frances
C. Drewry and .he late Mr. and
Mrs. Jessie J. Holt of
Brooknoal, Va.
The groom-elect is
-epiployed by Marketing
Support Solutions in Forest.
He is the.grandson of the late
Mr. and Mrs. Charles A.
Parde=--of Keystone Heights
and'the late Mr. and Mrs.
-Daniel L. Raley of Starke.
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.2006'at Chestnut Hill Baptist
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Consolidated High School alumni from Lake Butler
Webster (1965), Joann Warren (1964) and Charles
from 1959-1967, CHS had a blue devil mascot, and
and blue.


UNITE
SCntinued from p. 2C

'maters. adorned in their school
Sco6irs.
1Atteway said, "Whatever
age they were, they still had
school spirit."
There were large groups
from many of the schools, but
a fev had only a.handful of
members present.
:.Regardless of numbers,
Herb Jones-an A.L. Mebafie
HIigh' School alumnus--said
;the reason for the occasion was
to.reglaim the heritage of those
1'.\h6' amended the all-black
. schools.
"If you don't restore our
heritage. it will be.lost," he
said.
Eddie Jackson. a 1960
:'Consolidated High School
alumnus, agreed with this
statement.
Each year, Jackson helps
organize the CHS Reunion at
Lake Butler Elementary
School, which used to be the
high school.
"Back,. where we were
coming along things were
different," Jackson said.


shorter year, he said, but the
,alues they learned were very
important.
"We're trying to establish
our morals with younger
people," he said.


Shands
Auxiliary
sponsoring
handbag sale
this Friday
The Shands Starke Auxiliary
will be sponsoring
"'Pbrseonality," a sale of
designer handbags and other
items on Friday. July 28, 7
a.m.-4:30 p.m. at the Shands
Starke atrium.
This sale, which will help
raise money for the Auxiliary.
will also include wallets,
watches, briefcases and
luggage.
Money 'raised by the
Auxiliary. is used to purchase
equipment for the hospital.
The Auxiliary has raised more
than $24.000 this year.

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And while some of the black
schools were scattered
throughout the various
counties, Jackson said black
people as a whole community
cannot be divided.
-"It's not going to take one
community, it's .going to take
all," he said.

Continuing the
alliance
Petteway said it is the hope
of the alliance committee that
these types of events continue
in different areas.
"We're rotating from city to
city," she said.
A conference % ill be held in
November in Gaines' ille that
will be used to establish
guidelines and actii ities for the
alliance.
Another annual event the.
group hopes to hold is a
festival in Februar% of each
year that will include recruiters
from historic black
universities, a job fair and an
opportunity for high schoolers
to apply for scholarships.
Petteway said they also want
to continue gathering.
information and memorabilia
from the black schools and
alumni.
,,krpprt.lat.a, l1 that stuff has
"aisappearedW'Tes ",,ffico o".s,
were closed)." she said.
"Memorabilia is lost."
Even if the physical
reminders cannot be found. she
wants people to know, "'This
organization does exist."
Petteway said she was proud
of the people who took notice
of the event, such as U.S
Representative Ed Jennings.
Commissioner Todd Chestnut
II of Gainestille, Bradford
School Board member Jesse
Moore and numerous other
county, city and school


included (I-r) Nancy
Warren (1962). Open
the colors were white


officials.
"We (RJE Alumni
Association) were very happy,
to have hosted the first historic
black alliance," she said.
For further information
about the alliance or if you
have school memorabilia,
contact Petteway at (904) 964-
3809.


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Golfers can register at the
country club, Bradford High
School or the law offices of
John Cooper. Deadline for
preregistration is Tuesday,
Aug. 1.
Registration forms and
checks (made out to Bradford
High School Golf Team) may
also be mailed to Greg
Marshall, 6518 S.W. C.R.
100A, Starke., FL 32091.
Golf attire is required. No


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course
For additional information.
call Marshall at 1904) 966-
71.-"1 or Sandi Tomlinson at
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'Three batters had three hits
each to help lead the Mets to a
10-8 win over the Tigers in a
small fry game on June 28.
The Mets got nine hits from
Christin Hopkins, Andre
Hampton and Macey Fulgham.
One of Hampton's three hits
was a home run and one of
Hopkins' hits was a double.
Hopkins scored two runs, as
did Michael Wright and Ty
Johnson. Hampton, Fulgham,
Stacey Thornton and Dalton
Page each scored one.
Thornton hit a double and
finished with two hits. Wright,
Johnson, Madison Welch and
Amanda Young- also had two
hits each.


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the Tigers, including ah
run, and scored one riitii.
Wilkins, Adam WVil
Tristen Tyre. Kass
Perkinson and Joli
Daugherty each had 1t-
and one run scored. TviL
Perkinson each lhit
doubles, while Wilkin,s
Wils6,4"t' each had o
Daugherty hit a triple.
Sunshine Shealey, whox
a double, and Gin
McDonald also scored runs.
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10 of the Reds' runs in H
11-8 win over the Tigers
small fry game on July 5.
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Tristen Lariscey, Jordan Daugherty, Nolan
Freeman, Shelby Parrish, Kristin Canida, (middle)
Jacob Hake, Johnnie Daugherty, Billy Sanford,
Markayla Sanford, (back) coach Tonya Sanford and
coach Tara Hildebran. Not pictured: Dylan
Whittemore, Tristen Whittemore, Drew Hildebran,
Kearsten Cruce and Camryn Gaskins.


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Huiggins each scored three runs
in li e Tigers' 13-4 wvin over
the A's in a m.,ill fry game on
July 1.
Ginger McDoonad and Tyler
Wainwrightl each scored two
tins ior iU.- Tier;, wtile
Xassady P rt, i. so i Randa
ll ,i and )Dustin I aI ndore
each scored one.
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scored by Johnnie Daugherty,
Jordan Daugherty, Camryn
Gaskins and Shelby Pairish.
Meg Whitten and Kurt
Willis each scored ihree runs
for the Re'ds in their 12-7 win
over the Mets in a small fry
game on July .11.


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(front, from left) Lyfe Coleman, John Wesley Gillenwaters, Courtney Stanton,
Stephen McDonald, Delon Harper, (back) Taquandra Diggs, David Young, Tierney
Tyre, Keith Baker, coach Tonya Wilkinson, Quarmaine Smith and Matthew
Wilkinson. Not pictured: Montrez Ellerson and Darlan Hill.


Tavien Young, Shianne
Cassels and Seth Nicol each
scored two runs for the Reds.
SThe Mets got three runs
from Dalton Page. Other runs
were scored by Michael
Wright, Amanda Young, Ty
Johnson and Amberlyn
Pilcher.

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Joshua Hill, Harley Mercer, Garrett Huggins, McKenzie Crawford, Randa Wilson
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"We have a wonderful club.
and a group of wonderfully
ladies who I love," she said.
"However, I would say that 80
percent of the Woman's C('lub
is retirement age and over. We'
need to enouLragce younlgeir
ladies to get involved. The
future of any club is the young
people who yon bring in and
nurture along to take the reigns
one day."
Some other projects the club
may consider are establishing
ballroom dancing and etiquette
classes. The ballroom dancing
classes would be open to those
of all ages, but the etiquette
classes would be for the
benefit of the county's youth
(third-eighth graders).
"They don't get the proper
instruction they need in


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i, king ol youth, Rogers
,.,1 .he club will open its
I.,i.Ilig as a children's area
1.... i the Santa Fe
Comunmiity College Starke
Fall Festival.
Whatever projects the
executive board approves,
Rogers said she does not want
to just tell club members,
"lThis is what we're going to
do." She wants the club's first
meeting of thle new year to be
tmuch like the summer work
sessions.
"Very informal, very
casual." Rogers said. "We
want the members' input on
these things."
Rogers was a member of the
Woman's Club in the past and
rejoined three years ago upon
retirement. She said she first
got involved with the club
because of the camaraderie it
offers with other women.
"It's a great way to really
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get to know other ladies,"
Rogers said.
It's also a way to be of
service to the community. That
is why Rogers is excited about
working with the presidents of
the local Altrusa, Kiwanis,
Rotary and, possibly, the Lions
Club in a community project
that involves all of those clubs.
"It's wonderful because
we're all friends and we work
together well," Rogers said. "I
think it will be great."
Rogers admitted she was
shocked when asked to be the
club's president after being
back in the club for just three
years, but she is excited about
the opportunity.
"I'm just excited about
getting other people excited,"
she said.
If you would like more
information about the
Woman's Club of Starke,
please call Rogers at (904)
964-7515 or Vicki Teal at
(904) 964-7423.


SCHOOL
Continued from p. 3C

of the knees.
Middle and high school
students can no longer wear
sleeveless shirts. Cap-style -
sleeves are allowed. A shirt -
neckkine cannot be lower-than
the top of the armpit.
Pants, shorts- and dresses
cannot have holes or be see- ,-
through. No slits are -allowef
above the knee. Sheer shirts
can be worn with another shirt
meeting dress code underneath
it. I -


'slippers at-any time for safety
reasons during physical
activities.
Another important issue is
student medication. All
-4medications must be taken to
and distributed by the school
nurse unless the student needs
an inhaler at all times for
-asthma or an EpiPen for insect
stings: D.octors notes must be
provided to the schools'
offices for coch of these case.
Student medication must
"h4ae- a note detailing the
reason the student takes the
medication and instructions on


d>:,sJge '
This includes oer-the-'
L..iiui ir iiedicainon. sucb a.
he.dai.e ticniedies. Students
lound with these'.-yt)es. of'-
medicauons on them.at 0hool .
,iFl be in violation of the
student. code, of" conduct.
Check the'code for specific
consequences'bccaliseit varies.
by gradeJevl,.
For moree: information ,
contact the BradfoEd 4.st.iq...
administration, office at
)66-6800"o.r theek te'Wl,^ '
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Elementary school students : -
have the same requirements,
but they cannot wear hats at
any time. Middle and high
school students may Wear hats r
for prolonged, outdoor .-...
activities or classes. The pretzel was first made by monktjiiuji. .
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high-soled, sho s r bedroom. ..child praying.
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100 LINCOLNS IN STOCK
some good, some
rebuildable, some sal-
vage. Also several other
brands. Need to sell
them all. George Ricks
Salvage, US 301N
Starke, 904-964-5184.
1997 NISSAN FRONTIER,
$3000 OBO. Call 352-
213-4563.
1995 MAZDA B2300, 5sp,
cold ac, dings, runs good
$1795. 1992 Lexus,
LS400, reduced $4500
firm. Also 94 Chevy Lu-
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$V595-iraris prcilem:.
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904.964-6492.
1994 ACURALEGEND 3-
2, V-6 engine, leather in-
terior, needs a head gas-
ket. $2500, call 386-916-
6585.


1989 FORD BRONCO II
Ranger, XLT, V6, auto,
CD Player, PW, PDL,
original paint, interior
clean, & excellent condi-
tion, cold AC, $2,900.
Call 352-475-3468 or
904-707-6251.
1980 CHEVYTRUCK350
engine, with 4 barrel
carbuator, runs good,
$1,100. Call 904-964-
7107.
1995 MERCURY
MISTIQUE auto, am/fm
cassette, power: win-
dows, locks, antennna..
76,000 miles, runs good,
great gas mileage, AC
leaks, $2000 OBO. Call
904-364-7152.
1996 FORD CONVER-
SION VAN with extended
top, TV, VCR, front and
rear AC, electric con-
trolled back seat makes
a full sized bed. $3700.
Call 904-964-6863.
2003 DODGE TRUCK
2500, 4 door, white,
heavy duty Hemi engine,
A.T.C.D. player, bedliner,
diamond plate, bedrails,
toolbox, running board,
towpackage, like new,
only 20K miles. Still un-
,der full warranty, until
Sept, 16th. Selling due to
illness, $21,900. Also
available 30 foot travel
trailer. Call 352-475-
3468 or 904-707-6251.


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All colors,
very cute.
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196' BOWRIDER 18 105
HP engine runs good.
Depir, inder & inooard
pump & Irailer. $2000
Call 352-473-7425 or
904 -226.4346
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3 Acres in
Keystone Heights.
High & Dry. Horses
OK. Owner finance
w/30 percent down
& good credit.
$36k OBO
Call
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New deed reslncied, sub-
aivision in Keystone
Heights, Clay County
Paved Roads, Side-
walks Underground Utili-
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Less tan 3 miles to Lake
Geneva. schools and
downtown A great place
to build your dream
home 1,2 to 1 acre lots
standing at 40K Reserve
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7.19 ACRES for sale in
Hampton. cleared. -
$77.000 Call 904-219-
3714
3 ACRES FOR SALE on
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County Asking $24,000.
Outside city limits. Call
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2:5 ACRES WITH 99
TWMH well & septic., like
new, in Union County, fi-
Warehouse for sale
or lease in KeystMe-
Heights on
Commercial Circle.
4600 sq. ft.
Warehouse & 1300-
sq. ft. MH Office on
approx. 1.5 acres.
City Water & Sewer.
Call
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16ocation 2 paicelsl 2800
SOFT building wim ol-
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5 acres, off of Soutn 301.
Also 8 acres. partially
cleared Both lots 3/10th
of a mile from new
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3827 Ior more informa-
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More provided Cal 904-
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praised over 200K. price
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schools. Horses OK.
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near Keystone Heights.
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lease discount. Call Vir-
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One available. Call Joan
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3BR/2BA DW, refrigerator,
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HOUSE IN COUNTRY
2BR/1BA, laundry room,'
office, covered porch,
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352-468-1093 or 904-
571-6561.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
SWMH very large 2BR/
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goQcjrrental history, utili-
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235-0506.
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per month, no pets, first
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and reference required.
Starke area. Senior dis-
count.
MELROSE SR21 3BR/2BA
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fireplace, sunk in tub,
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month & $600 deposit.
No pets. Call 352-475-
S6285.
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' W/D, CH/A, porch, $575
per month plus deposit.
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Call 352-475-2256.
1201 DELL STREET,
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sq ft, brick hbme plus


garage. Excellent condi-
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Waters Realty, Inc, call
352-473-7777.
MOBILE HOME for rent
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3301.
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Pets
HORSES FOR SALE 3
year old registered
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MARE 14 HANDS, 19
years old, gentle, calm,
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or 904-707-6251.
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17/2006. The Canova
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Yard Sales
CARPORT SALE Sat, July
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clothes, tools, furniture,
rocking chairs, Etc. 417
East Call Street.
MULTI FAMILY yard sale.
Womens clothes and
scrubs sizes 3 to plus
size, children clothing
and toys, household
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day, red brick house be-
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VFW POST 1016 and La-
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Saturday ontyl From
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2006, 8am til ? 2525 NE
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WE OFFER A COMPETITIVE PAY
AND BENEFITS PACKAGE
INCLUDING MEDICAL, DENTAL
AND VISION PLAN, 401K,
PAID VACATION AND
QUARTERLY SAFETY BONUS


DRIVERS WORK A 4 DAY WORK
WEEK
AND ARE HOME DAILY
WITH WEEKENDS OFF


ANYONE INTERESTED IN APPLYING
SHOULD APPLY IN PERSON AT:
PERFORMANCE FOOD GROUP
4041 NE 54TH AVENUE
GAINESVILLE, FL
PH. (352) 378-8844 ext. 338


I 04 RM" Performance
y Food Group


yard, close to schools,
and town. Call Susan at
904-964-7787. 408
North Westmoreland St.
65 Help
Wanted
AVON REPS needed in all
ra Start i in andt earn


COMPANY SPECIALIZ-7-
ING in Erosion control'
now hiring the following
positions: Crew leaders,


$100. Call 352-372-
8588.
SOLID GLASS TOP di-
vnette with 4 chairs, 4
tires & rims, R-15,6 lugs,
microwave & stand,
turbo oven, solid oak
glass top coffee table &
end tables. Call 904-
964-8851, 5397 SE
125th Street in Starke.
FREEZER 16 cubic foot,
up right, works perfectly,
$60. Call 386-496-4709.
METAL UTILITY SHED 8
x 10 feet, 2 tone, imita-
tion wood. No rust, no'
dents, $150. Call 386-
496-4709.
WHIRLPOOL ELECTRIC
range with coil type burn-
ers. Purchased with Mo-
bile home, $250. Call af-
ter 5pm, 386-496-9623.
1989 PROWLER 21' fifth
wheel mobile home,
$4800. 2 glass show-
cases, one 8' tall, one 5'
tall. $200 each. Call 386-
496-2540.
PIANO FOR SALE Lester,
at least 50 years old,
excellent condition, ask-
ing $1000 OBO. Call
904-964-9449 or cell at
904-966-1221.
SECTIONAL COACH with.
Queen size pull out bed,
brown, $500 OBO. Good
condition. Call 352-494-
9501.
59 Personel
Services
LAWN CARE unmatched
quality in lawn service
Call 386-496-4492.
LAWN MOWNG no job to
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)-


> Resdonumal /Commrcl /erci
- New Roofing I oreIfIng
> Shingles I Metal Ril Overs
>- Rof Cleaning "We do it right
SFREE Estimates the first tim!"
Lic #:.
RC29027159 386-754-2877
www.rsiroofingsystems.co 866*4176673



Driveways Sidewalks
Slabs Footings
Decorative Concrete
Coaling irnnany colors
Pumping & Finishing
FREE ESTIMATES
Bus: (904) 964-3827
Mobile: (904) 364-7153


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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 following:

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.


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284-2333 or 1-800-288-
0633.
PRESSURE WASHING,
CLC home exterior
cleaning. Roofs, siding,
decks, driveways, side-
walks. Free estimates,
call Curtis, 904-964-
4940.
FLORIDA CREDIT UNION,
has money to 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.
CLEANING SERVICE
Homes, small busi-
nesses, excellent work,
reliable, trustworthy, ref-
erences. Call Christine
at 352-473-7126.
COLE FAMILY DAYCARE
Lic# F04CL0087 open
for enrollment. Low
rates, transportation,
food program, exciting
curriculum, CDA creden-
tial, 6 years experience,
70+ hours training. Call
Katie at 352-473-0220,
open 24 hours, Monday
Saturday.
HOME CLEANING as you
like it. Will do in home
cleaning. 20 years expe-
rience, references on
request. Call 352-473-
51"33
BABYSITTING CHILD
CARE in my home. Mon-
day through Friday, nice
neighborhood, fenced

Join the Florida Coca-
Cola Bottling Team!
We're hiring for the
Gainesville area:


DELIVERY

DRIVERS

Class A CDL req,d
$1000'
Driver Sign On Bonusl
($500 after 6 months + $500
after 1 year)

Delivery Drivers must,
have clean driving record.
We offer a competitive
salary and great benefits.

Candidates should
apply online at
wwwvamkwc ml/cn


areas. >-a> p i redin
50%, total investment LAKC l CITY
$10. Start today, local ININUI cTCLtr "
training. Call Sherry at
904-964-8851. PART-TIME REFERENCE
DISCOVER HOW ANY- LIBRARIAN
ONE can earn $25, $50, Temporary position providing
even $100 or more in as reference service and Library
little as 2-3 minutes per onentation to evening and
Saturday students. Master's in
day taking easy "No- Library Science from ALA
Brainer" surveys Start accredited program.
today http:// Salary: 517.00 per hour
c I i c k b a n k n e t / College application and
?countrymom/sponline. transcripts required.
SHOP HELP NEEDED, fi- Applications available at
berglass manufacturing www.lakecitycc.edu.
and trimming will train. Contact JimMorris
Full time 40 hour week. 149 SE College Place
Apply in person at U S LakeClty, FL 3225
Body Source, 1.5 miles Phone: (386) 754-4337
South of Hampton on Fax:.(386) 754-4837
CR 325. E-mail: morrisj@lakecitycc.edu
CARE GIVER 2 years LCCC is accredited by the
experience working with Southern Association
, elderly or disabled cll- of Colleges and Schools
*ents. 2 or 3 days per VP/ADA/EA/EOCollege in
week. Su-EI's Retire- Education &Employment
ment Home, Hampton.
Phone 352-468-2619.
NURSERY HELP UNIT
NEEDED, weed pulling, "
fertilizing etc. Full time EXECUTIVE
40 hour week. Apply in DIRECTOR
person at U S Body DIRECTOR
Source, 1.5 miles South Join the American Cancer
of Hampton on CR 325. Society as a UnitrExecutive
Director forth High Five
A. (Union, Bradford, Suwanee,
Hamilton and-Columbia
a.%JKM c "-Y counties) and the Tri-County
.... ~Unit (Lafayette Dixie, Levy
OFFSET.PRESSMAN/ and Gilchrist counties).
DUPLICATOR Utilize your experience and
leadership skills to promote
Operate and maintain all ourmission, as you hire, train
print shop equipment. andmanage a staff of two
Knowledge of high-end
Duplicating machines, employees. You and your staff
Ability to operate an will be responsible for -
ABDICK press desirable, identifying, recruiting and
Responsible for quality training volunteers to
printing and bindery work implement and accomplish our
such as, collating, saddle outreach efforts within the
stitching, binding communityfor programs
publications, numbering prog
-. machines, etc. Ability to advocacy and annual gv;rg .
prioritize projects and work Proven community knowledge
in a fast paced print shop. and networking at.iity
High school diploma/GED, essential; '. -
plus five years experience Bachielors degree plus 3-5
in print operations and years of tundracsing, i
computer literate required m
Associates degree preferred. manag t ndomi
organization experience
Salary: $26,269.00 required. Non-profit
plus benefits management andlor sales
Deadline for applications: management expenence
August 2, 2006 strongly preferred Moderale
Position details and' travel necessary within
applications available on assigned area. '
our Web site as
www.lakecitycc.edu E periencelEducaton-Based
Inquiries: Human Resource Salaries .
Development E-.eptonal Benells
149 SE College Place Ofiernngs
Lake Ci). FL 32025 HealntsDenalvisonlLife
Phone: (386)1754-4314 Generous Pa.a Time Off
Fau: (386) 754-4594 Career Advancement
Email; Oporunitli5
boettcherg@lakecitycc.edu Relbrement Plan.
LCCC is accredited b) the Team Onenied Wor place
Southern Associalion sid r1 9 orteBalqqiatovid)o l i
or Colleges and Schools. I Please applyonline ai -
VP/ADA/EA/EO College www acscareera org
in Education &
Employment WE HIRE NON-SMOKERS ONLY.
NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE. EOE

WAREHOUSE ASSOCIATES !

PERFORMANCE FOOD GROUP,
GAINESVILLE, FL IS NOW
HIRING HIGHLY MOTIVATED.
WAREHOUSE ASSOCIATES FOR
OUR SHIPPING CREW.

ASSOCIATES WILL WORK
SUNDAY THROUGH THURSDAY
IN A DISTRIBUTION WAREHOUSE.

PFG OFFERS A COMPETITIVE'
PAY AND BENEFITS
PACKAGE INCLUDING A MEDICAL,
DENTAL AND VISION PLAN,
401K AND PAID VACATION

ANYONE INTERESTED IN APPLYING
SHOULD APPLY IN PERSON AT:
PERFORMANCE FOOD GROUP -
4041 NE 54T AVENUE
GAINESVILLE, FL'
PH. (352) 378-8844 ext. 338


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Classified Ads


Read our Classifieds on the

World Wide Web
www.BCTelearaDh.com


Wher on call


Where one call
i does it all/
964-6305 473-2210*496-2261


equipment operators, la-
borers, Class A CDL
.drivers, mechanics-.valid
SDrivers license a Must
SFax resume to 904-275-
3292 or call 904-275-
A 4960, EOE.
CONSTRUCTION WORK-
ERS needed, Crew
leader & helper positions
available, full time and
part time available, ben-
efits. Apply in person at
Authorized Construction
SServices, 7200 SE US
3 HWY 301, Hawthorne.
S352-481-0008.
ASSEMBLY AMERICAN
Access Technologies,
located in Keystone
SHeights is accepting ap-
plications for assembly
positions. Will train.
Hours are Monday thru
:Thursday from 7am to
S3:30pm, and Friday from
6:30am to 3:30pm. Start-
ing salary is $7.25 per
-'hour. DWFP, good ben-
efits. Call 352-473-4984.
2ND SHIFT Will train, with
great potential for ad-
vancement. Hours are
Monday thru Friday
from 3:00pm to
11:30pm. Starting salary
is $7.25 per hour. Ameri-
can Access Technolo-
gies is located in Key-
stone Heights. DWFP,
good benefits. Call 352-
473-4984.
COME JOIN THE FAMILY-
like atmosphere and
work atWindsor Manor.
Open positions for
CNA's, cooks and di-
etary aids. Fill out appli-
cations at 602 E Laura
St., Starke 32091 or fax
resume to 904-964-
6621. Call 904-964-
3383 for appointment.
EEOC/DFWP.
BUY OR SELL TUPPER
WARE Call Mamie at
904-964-3030 or 904-
364-7790, little time,, lot
of money.
COMMERCIAL FLOOR-
ING company seeks in-
staller, min 12 months
experience, must have
own hand tools, valid
Florida Drivers License.



CINNLA ITY CatY
CdNIY easCHICt
INSTRUCTOR/
COORDINATOR PATIENT
CARE ASSISTANT
PROGRAM
S198 Duty Days, Tnure Track
Instruct students, coordinate
classroom activities, clinical
rotations and clinical skills.
Prepare students to pass State
exam. Must have AA or AS in
SNursing, Florida RN license,
and two years experience in long
ternn or acute care
Salary: Based on, degree and,
experience plusibe-iefits.'-
Re,.e, .if appliCationi to bein
Immediately
College application required.
Position details and application
available on the web at:
www.lakecitycc.edu
Inquiries: Human Resource
S Development
Lake City Community College
149 SE College Place
Lake City, FL 32025
Phone: (386) 754-4314
Fax: (386) 754-4594
E-mail:
- boettcherg@lakecitycc.edu
LCCC is accredited by the
Southern Association
of Colleges and Schools
VP/ADA/EA/EO College in
Education & Employment


UI,_


Pay based on experi-
ence, please call 904-
769-2417,. eave a.mes-
sage.
MECHANIC NEEDED at
Lazenby. Drug Free
Work Place. Call 904-
964-4238.
CLASS A Mechanic for 3rd
shift maintenance crew.
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.
HELPER NEEDED for
home repair work. Call
352-475-1596, leave a
message.
LOVING & LEARNING
childcare center in
Brooker is accepting ap-
plications for 3 year old
preschool teacher. Must
have CDA. Call Denise
at 352-485-1550.
DO YOU LIKE $$ Do you
want to travel to new and
exciting places? We are
hiring18-24 girls and
guys for a youth incen-
tive program. Work &
travel, all major cities &
resort areasI No experi-
ence needed, paid train-
ing. Transportation &
lodging provided. $400-
$800 per week. Are you
sharp? 18 and over and
ready to go? Casual
dress, group travel, bo-
nuses, paid vacations!
Call 1-800-701-1422.


1501 Pickettville Road, Jacksonville, FL


WANTED
Full or part-time.
Outside Pest Control Tech.
Sales experience helpful.
Pest Control experience not
necessary. Perfect for 2nd.
Career or Retired individual.
"encouraged to apply".
Call Brian'for appt.
(904) 814-7014


CAREGIVER In my home,
for elderly lady. Please
call-904-364-6022,.Ref-
erences will be required.
PUBLIC WORKS POSI-
TION for the City of
Starke. Nature of work:
Manual work in connec-
tion with various public
works programs. Per-
forms a variety of routine
and repetitive tasks,
continuous physical ef-
fort demand in walking,
bending, standing and
lifting or carrying equip-
ment, tools and material
while performing duties
under varying weather
conditions.Examples of
work: Performs manual
work in digging and
backfilling excavations.
Handle heavy material
on construction, mainte-
nance and repair project.
Install pipe,- lay bricks


and blocks. Operate
equipment such as trac-
tors, mowers, dump
trucks, chain sawsand
various hand tools.
Knowledge, Skills and
Abilities: Ability to lift
heavy objects and work
continuously under
varying weather condi-
tions. Ability to under-
stand and follow written
and oral instructions.
Graduation from High
School or GED. Must
have a valid State of
Florida Commercial
Drivers License, Class
B. Mustpas a pre-em-
ptbyment physical and
drug screen. Applica-
tions can be picked up at
the Bradford Career
Center located at 609
North Orange Street,
Starke Florida and re-
turned to the same. Ap-


plications will be ac-
cepted through the close
f business on Friday
August 11, 2006. The
City of Starke is an EOE.
SENIOR SERVICES Case
Manager Bradford
County. Responsible for
client case records,
home visits, client
assisments, case plans
and case management.
Desirable qualifica-
tions:4 year college de-
gree with course work in
Social Work, Sociology,
Psychology, Nursing,
Gerontology, and or re-
Slated fields. Two years
" experience in Gerontol-
ogy and or relatedfields.
Experience may be sub-
stituted for the college
required. Submit resume
to SREC, Inc. PO Box
70, Live Oak, FL 32064.
Deadline: August 7,
2006-(386)362-4115


Parents welcome at In-
terview.
CONCRETE FINISHEBS.
form carpenters & labor-
ers needed. Call 904-
364-9135 ask for David.
HIRING DAY SHIFT
McDonalds of Alachua.
Thursday July 27th, 8am
til 7pm. Full or part time,
flexible schedules, com-
petitive wages, ad-
vancement opportuni-
ties, guaranteed inter-
views.
CYCLE COUNTING Daily,
month end, & quarterly,
cycle counts for a manu-
facturing company. Must
posess good communi-
cation skills, good math
skills and good computer
spreadsheet skills. Must
be detail oriented & self
motivated. Individual will
be trained to read blue-
prints, drive a forklift, In-
ventory control and pur-
chasing. DFWP. Good
benefits. Call 352-473-.
4984.
OFFICE ASSISTANT
needed part tlme/30
hours a week, must
know MS Word and
must have great phone/
people skills. Fax. re-
sume to 904-964-5977.
THE CITY OF LAWTEY
has an open position for
school crossing guard.
Must pass pre-employ-
ment physical and drug
screen, a back ground
check will be conducted.
Job pays $8.00 per hour,
Applications can be
picked up at Lawtey City
Hall between the hours
of 7am and 4pm. City
Hall is closed for lunch
from noon until 1pm.


WHITEHEAD BROS., INC.ILAKE CITY LOGISTICS, INC.
n. n RivpRsmpm plRERW


EOE


voice/TDD Affirmative
Action Employer.
BRADFORD COUNTY is
*seeking a full time
Branch Director for the
Watson Center in Key-
stone Heights. Com-
puter skills and valid
Florida driver license are
required. Must pass typ-
ing test, drug test, back-
ground check and credit
check. Supervisory ex-
perience is helpful. Ap-


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plicants should apply at
the Alachua Bradford
Career Center, 609
North Orange Street,
Starke, 904-964-8092.
Applications will be ac-
cepted until August 7,
2006.
WHAT'S IN YOUR WAL-
LET? Is it enough??
Don't you deserve: su-
per pay and benefits,
home every weekend,
80% drop & hook, run


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bonus, health &dental,
paid vacation, rider
program(lmmediate).
Call today to get yours.
CDL/A 2 yrs OTR.
Shoreline Transporta-
tion. Call 877-208-9176.
DAIRY FARM LABOR-
ERS, hardworking, de-
pendable transportation,
shift work, holidays &
weekends. For more in-
formation call 386-462-
1016.


The Southeast's Fastest Growing
Convenience Store Chain is now
Interviewing for MANA gR TRAINEES

in the Starke, Lake Butler, Brooker,
LaCrosse and Keystone Heights areas.

Do you have prior Retail Management
experience? If so, please contact Russell
@ 352-258-8324 or e-mail resume to
rhowell@thepantry.com

We offer:
Paid Training / Vacation Pay / Immediate Benefits
EXCELLENT Starting Pay / Direct Deposit
Career Opportunities / Weekly Pay
*Qualifying employees

Please visit our website at www.thepantry.com
F. M/F/V


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Property Manager


Established, progressive management company seeks confident, experienced real estate
management candidate to oversee small apartment community in Starke. Subsidy experience
helpful; basic computer knowledge, strong communication skills and the ability to follow-
through, mandatory! :.*


FREE two bedroom apartment
FREE Utilities


* Life, health and dental insurance
* 401k, Paid sick days, vacation and holidays
* 35 hour work week
* NO weekends


Please forward resume to: L. Page, lpage@hallmarkco.com or FAX to (352) 333-1993.


Driver Dedicated Regional
GUAR~ ANTEIDMEN m


Apply in person 7 days a week from 9 am 5 pm at
Ul 2540 Commercial Drive,'Starke, FL 32091in front 6f Walmart.
WHATABURCER. Contact # 904-742-0524, Ask for Lee







Large Westside trucking company. Heavy truck tire maintenance.

Must have valid driver's license and transportation.


COMPETITIVE PAY, BENEFITS PAID. DFWP

12 YEARS EXPERIENCE REQUIRED I

Apply in Person at:


PAT SALMON & SONS OF FLORIDA


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Retirement Program


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at

(904) 964-7500



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*EXPERIENCED CLS A -DRIVERS NEEDED

CHIP & LIVEBOTTOM VANS

-$1000 Sign on Bonus, Home Nights

Local Runs $650 $750+

HealthlLife Ins Avail, 401kr

Paid Vacation, WklY Performance Bonus
$500 Quarterly Safetv/Perf Bonus

DOT Insp & Driver Referral Bonus

FLATBED DRIVERS

$700 $1000 WKLY

HOME 1-2 NIGHTS & EVERY WIE


CALL

PRITCHElT TRUCKING, INC.

1-800-808-3052




CRYSTAL. -

582 N. Temple Avenue (Hwy 301)
Starke, FL




NOW HIRING

Assistant Managers, Shift Managers

and Crew AT PREMIUM PAY


Apply in person at our Starke location
Interviews between
1:30 pm and 4:00 pm
MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY

NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE








IMMEDIATE OPENING
NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY

Are you tired of being locked into your present job, and
earnings? This is your opportunity to make a change and
take charge of how much you earn each month!


WE OFFER
Salary (NOT A DRAW)
Commissions
Monthly Bonuses
Paid Vacation
Retirement Program
Medical Plan


Call Tom Adams, General Manager

Today!

(904) 964-7500


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'05 CHEVROLET IMPALA..................................................... 13,988"
'05 CHEVROLET MALIBU, 6-disc CD Changer, 5,600 mi............ $13,888"
'05 FORD FOCUS .................................................................$11,999""
'05 DODGE NEON SXT...................................................... $11,977""
'06 NISSAN SENTRA, 1.8S, Automatic, 6,000 mi.................... $13,877"
'03 CHRYSLER PT CRUISER GT..........................................$12,990"
'02 SATURN L300.................................................................. $9,988""
'04 TOYOTA CAMRY XLE ..................................................... $15,990"
: '05 NISSAN ALTIMA S ....................................................... $17,988
' '06 FORD MUSTANG, 5,200 mi ........................................... $18,988"
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'06 PONTIAC G.............................................$17,488"
'03 CADILLAC CTS............................................................ $20,788"
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'03 CHEVROLET 1500 X-CAB...'UDOWN '245/MO Sale-Price $12,990"
,01 JEEP CHEROKEE 4X4............................................................ $11,988"
'05 NISSAN TITAN KING CAB 4X4 LE, 2,500 miles..............................$26,988"
'02 JEEP GRAND CHEROKEE........................................................$13,888"
'03 CADILLAC ESCALADE...................................... ....$23,888"
'05 CHEVROLET 1500, Reg Cab, 9,000 mi.......................................$17,990-
'05 CHEVY TAHOE LT, Leather, Bose Radio, 3rd seat..........................28,888"
'06 FORD F-150 CREW 4X4, Extremely Nice, 4,400 mi ..........$28,877"
'02 NISSAN FRONTIER CREW, Super Charged...........................:......$17,990"
'03 DODGE RAM 1500, 30,000 mi.................. ............................. $11,988"
'03 CHEVY 2500 HD EXT 4X4 LT, Diesel, Leather, 31k mi...................$28,990"
'04 CHEVY TRAILBLAZER .......................................................... $16,888W"
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